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PowerCube 1000
V300R005C15
Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell,
ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1,
ESU-H)
Issue 01
Date 2015-04-29
HUA...
Issue 01 (2015-04-29)
Huawei Proprietary and Confidential
Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
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Copyright © Huawei T...
PowerCube 1000
Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1,
ESC500-A1, ESU-H) About This Document
Issue 01 (2015-04-29...
PowerCube 1000
Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1,
ESC500-A1, ESU-H) About This Document
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PowerCube 1000
Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1,
ESC500-A1, ESU-H) Contents
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PowerCube 1000 V300R005C15 Installation Guide 01 (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H)
PowerCube 1000 V300R005C15 Installation Guide 01 (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H)
PowerCube 1000 V300R005C15 Installation Guide 01 (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H)
PowerCube 1000 V300R005C15 Installation Guide 01 (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H)
PowerCube 1000 V300R005C15 Installation Guide 01 (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H)
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  1. 1. PowerCube 1000 V300R005C15 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) Issue 01 Date 2015-04-29 HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.
  2. 2. Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. i Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 2015. All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means without prior written consent of Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. Trademarks and Permissions and other Huawei trademarks are trademarks of Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All other trademarks and trade names mentioned in this document are the property of their respective holders. Notice The purchased products, services and features are stipulated by the contract made between Huawei and the customer. All or part of the products, services and features described in this document may not be within the purchase scope or the usage scope. Unless otherwise specified in the contract, all statements, information, and recommendations in this document are provided "AS IS" without warranties, guarantees or representations of any kind, either express or implied. The information in this document is subject to change without notice. Every effort has been made in the preparation of this document to ensure accuracy of the contents, but all statements, information, and recommendations in this document do not constitute a warranty of any kind, express or implied. Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. Address: Huawei Industrial Base Bantian, Longgang Shenzhen 518129 People's Republic of China Website: http://www.huawei.com Email: support@huawei.com
  3. 3. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) About This Document Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. ii About This Document Purpose This document describes how to install the cabinet, boards, modules and cables, and provides installation checklists for reference. The figures provided in this document are for reference only. Intended Audience This document is intended for:  Hardware installation engineers  Installation and commissioning engineers  Network management administrator Symbol Conventions The symbols that may be found in this document are defined as follows. Symbol Description Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury. Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury. Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in equipment damage, data loss, performance deterioration, or unanticipated results. NOTICE is used to address practices not related to personal injury.
  4. 4. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) About This Document Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. iii Symbol Description Calls attention to important information, best practices and tips. NOTE is used to address information not related to personal injury, equipment damage, and environment deterioration. Change History Changes between document issues are cumulative. The latest document issue contains all the changes made in earlier issues. Issue 01 (2015-04-29) This issue is the first official release.
  5. 5. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) Contents Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. iv Contents About This Document.................................................................................................................... ii 1 Safety Precautions.........................................................................................................................1 1.1 General Safety Precautions...........................................................................................................................................1 1.2 Electrical Safety............................................................................................................................................................1 1.3 Battery Safety ...............................................................................................................................................................2 1.4 DG Safety .....................................................................................................................................................................4 1.5 Cable Layout.................................................................................................................................................................5 1.6 Mechanical Safety ........................................................................................................................................................5 2 Overview.........................................................................................................................................8 2.1 System Composition.....................................................................................................................................................8 2.2 Components..................................................................................................................................................................9 2.2.1 ICC310-H1H-C1........................................................................................................................................................9 2.2.2 ESC500-A1..............................................................................................................................................................12 2.2.3 ACDU-63A1............................................................................................................................................................15 2.2.4 DCDU-400AD.........................................................................................................................................................18 2.2.5 DCDB-01B..............................................................................................................................................................21 2.2.6 DTS-200A1 .............................................................................................................................................................23 2.2.7 R4850G2..................................................................................................................................................................26 2.2.8 GPRS Board (MUC01A).........................................................................................................................................28 2.2.9 FCB-A .....................................................................................................................................................................31 2.2.10 ESM-A01...............................................................................................................................................................32 2.2.11 ESMU-01A............................................................................................................................................................33 2.2.12 ESU-A600Wh/C....................................................................................................................................................36 2.3 Space Planning ...........................................................................................................................................................37 2.4 Installation Position Reference ...................................................................................................................................39 2.5 Cabinet Cabling Holes (ICC310 and ESC500)...........................................................................................................41 2.6 Requirements for Laying Out Cables .........................................................................................................................41 3 Installation Preparations ...........................................................................................................44 3.1 Obtaining Tools...........................................................................................................................................................44 3.2 Unpacking and Acceptance.........................................................................................................................................45 3.3 Obtaining an ESN.......................................................................................................................................................46
  6. 6. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) Contents Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. v 4 Installing the ICC........................................................................................................................48 4.1 Installing the ICC310..................................................................................................................................................48 4.2 Installing the PSU.......................................................................................................................................................51 4.3 Installing the MUC01A ..............................................................................................................................................53 5 Installing the Battery Cabinet...................................................................................................55 5.1 Installing the ESC500.................................................................................................................................................55 5.2 Installing Batteries and Battery Cables.......................................................................................................................60 5.2.1 Installing an ESM ....................................................................................................................................................61 5.2.2 Installing FCBs........................................................................................................................................................66 6 Installing Cables .........................................................................................................................70 6.1 Installing Dry Contact Signal Cables..........................................................................................................................70 6.2 Installing ECC500 Communications Cables...............................................................................................................71 6.2.1 Installing ECC500 Communications Cables (IP Networking).................................................................................71 6.2.2 GPRS Networking ...................................................................................................................................................71 6.3 Installing CAN communications cables......................................................................................................................72 6.4 Installing Monitoring Signal Cables and Power Cables Between the ESC500 and the ICC310 ................................75 6.5 Installing a Power Cable Between the Battery Busbar Inside the ESC500 and the ICC310 ......................................77 6.6 Installing DC Output Power Cables (DCDB-01B).....................................................................................................78 6.7 Installing AC Input Power Cables ..............................................................................................................................79 7 Installation Verification ............................................................................................................81 8 Power-on and Commissioning.................................................................................................83 8.1 Connecting the Mains Supply.....................................................................................................................................83 8.2 Parameter Settings ......................................................................................................................................................84 8.3 Connecting the Battery Supply (Lithium-ion Battery)................................................................................................88 8.4 Connecting the Load Supply.......................................................................................................................................89 9 Checking Equipment..................................................................................................................90 A Appendix .....................................................................................................................................91 A.1 ECC500 Port Description ..........................................................................................................................................91 A.2 Preparing Terminals...................................................................................................................................................93 A.3 Installing Floating Nuts .............................................................................................................................................94 A.4 Acronyms and Abbreviations.....................................................................................................................................96
  7. 7. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 1 Safety Precautions Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 1 1 Safety Precautions 1.1 General Safety Precautions  This product should be used in the environment that meets design specifications. Otherwise, the product may be damaged, and the resulting product exceptions or component damage are beyond the warranty scope.  Only trained and qualified personnel are allowed to install, operate, and maintain Huawei equipment.  Comply with local laws and regulations. The safety instructions in this document are only supplements to the local laws and regulations.  Do not operate the device or cables during lightning strikes.  When maintaining outdoor devices after raining, gently open the cabinet door and clear water around door seams to prevent sprays from splashing into the cabinet.  Remove metal objects such as the watch, bracelet, or ring during operations.  Use insulated tools during operations.  During installation and maintenance, follow the specified procedure.  Before you touch any conductor surface or terminal, use an electric meter to measure the contact point voltage. Ensure that the contact point has no voltage or the voltage is within the specified range.  If the power system is not connected to batteries or the battery capacity is insufficient, the load may power off during maintenance or fault locating.  Before laying out cables which have been stored in a temperature lower than 0ºC, move the cables to an environment of the ambient temperature and store them at the ambient temperature for at least 24 hours.  After device installation, perform routine check and maintenance according to the user manual and replace faulty components in a timely manner to ensure secure device running. 1.2 Electrical Safety Grounding Requirements  When installing a device, install the ground cable first. When removing a device, remove the ground cable last.
  8. 8. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 1 Safety Precautions Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 2  Before operating a device, ensure that the device is properly grounded. AC and DC Operation Requirements  The power system is powered by high-voltage power sources. Direct or indirect contact (through damp objects) with high-voltage power sources may result in serious danger.  Non-standard and improper operations may result in fire and electric shocks.  Before electrical connections, turn off the upstream protection switch for the device.  Before connecting the AC power supply, ensure that electrical connections are complete.  Before you connect cables to loads or battery cables, check cable and terminal polarities, preventing reverse connections. ESD Requirements  To prevent electrostatic-sensitive components from being damaged by the static on human bodies, wear a well-grounded ESD wrist strap or gloves when touching circuit boards.  When holding a board, hold its edge without components. Do not touch chips.  Removed boards must be packaged with ESD packaging materials before storage and transportation. Liquid Prevention Requirements  Place this product far away from areas with liquid. Do not place the product under positions prone to leakage, such as air conditioner vents, ventilation vents, and feeder windows of the equipment room. Prevent liquid from entering the inside of the device to avoid short circuits, and ensure that there is no condensation inside the equipment room or device.  If detecting any liquid inside the device, immediately disconnect the power supply and contact the administrator. 1.3 Battery Safety Before installing, operating, and maintaining batteries, read the instructions provided by the battery vendor. The safety precautions specified in this document are highly important precautions that require special attention. For additional safety precautions, see the instructions provided by the battery vendor. Basic Requirements  Before performing installation or maintenance, put on goggles, rubber gloves, and protective clothing to prevent injury caused by electrolyte overflow.  When moving batteries, do not turn them upside down or tilt them.  Keep the battery loop disconnected during installation and maintenance.
  9. 9. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 1 Safety Precautions Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 3  Secure battery cables to a torque specified in the battery documentation. Loose connections will result in excessive voltage drops or cause batteries to burn out when the current is high.  Do not tamper with the explosion-proof valve or vent valve. Otherwise, electrolyte may leak out.  Ensure that batteries are from the same manufacturer, of the same model, and in the same batch. Do not mix old and new batteries together.  Dispose of waste batteries in strict accordance with local laws and regulations.  Avoid ingestion of battery components.  Protect batteries from mechanical vibration, collision, punctures, and strong impact. Otherwise, the batteries may short-circuit inside, leading to high temperatures and potential ignition.  Do not throw batteries in fire or expose batteries to high temperatures for long periods of time, because this may cause batteries to ignite.  Do not immerse batteries in water or expose them to rain.  There is a risk of explosion if a battery is replaced with an incorrect model. Preventing Battery Short Circuits Short circuit inside a battery or on the battery loop must be prevented to avoid fire and prevent personal injury. If conditions permit, disconnect the batteries in use before performing any other operations on them. Preventing Flammable Gas  Do not use unsealed batteries.  Lead-acid batteries emit flammable gas when used. Therefore, store these batteries in well-ventilated areas, and implement fire-prevention measures. Preventing Battery Leakage
  10. 10. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 1 Safety Precautions Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 4 High temperatures may result in battery distortion, damage, or electrolyte overflow. If the temperature of a lead-acid battery exceeds 60°C, check the battery for electrolyte overflow. If electrolyte overflow occurs, handle the situation immediately. Avoid moving batteries with electrolyte leakage to prevent possible injury. Neutralize and absorb the leakage with sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3) or sodium carbonate (Na2CO3) before moving the batteries. Protect your skin and eyes from lithium battery electrolyte leakage. If your body comes in contact with electrolyte leakage, wash with clean water immediately and visit a doctor if the situation is serious. Preventing Battery Overdischarge After you connect batteries, ensure that the battery loop is disconnected before powering on the power system. This prevents battery overdischarge, which may damage batteries. Charge batteries that have not been used for a long time to avoid battery overdischarge. Preventing Battery Overcharge Do not use battery chargers not approved by Huawei to charge batteries. Otherwise, batteries may overcharge, which may result in battery overheating or even fire. 1.4 DG Safety Before installing, operating, and maintaining a diesel generator (DG), read the instructions provided by the DG vendor. The safety precautions specified in this document are highly important precautions that require special attention. For additional safety precautions, see the instructions provided by the DG vendor.
  11. 11. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 1 Safety Precautions Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 5  Do not operate the DG before reading and understanding the instructions and warnings provided by the DG vendor. Otherwise, personal injury may occur.  Before performing installation or maintenance, put on a safety helmet, goggles, and other protective equipment to avoid personal injury.  During installation and maintenance, strictly follow the instructions provided by the DG vendor to avoid burns, explosions, and fire.  Remove all your jewelry and employee cards before installation and maintenance. Tie your hair back and place it under your helmet to avoid entanglement with any rotating components (such as a fan or drive bearing) to prevent personal injury or death.  Keep sparks, open flame, and any other flammable objects away from the DG. Dispose of harmful waste, such as engine oil, diesel, and coolant, in accordance with local laws and regulations. 1.5 Cable Layout  When cables are used in a high temperature environment, the insulation layer may age and be damaged. Ensure that a sufficient distance exists between the cables and the DC busbar, shunt, and fuse.  Signal cables must be bound separately from strong-current cables and high-voltage cables.  Cables prepared by the customer must have the fire resistance capability.  Cables must not pass behind the air exhaust vents of rectifiers in the cabinet. 1.6 Mechanical Safety Hoisting Devices Do not walk under cantilevers or raised objects.  Only trained and qualified personnel are allowed to perform hoisting operations.  Before hoisting objects, check that all hoisting tools are available and in good condition.  Before hoisting objects, ensure that hoisting tools are firmly fixed onto a weight-bearing object or wall.  Ensure that the angle formed by two cables is less than 90 degrees.
  12. 12. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 1 Safety Precautions Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 6 Using a Ladder  Use only ladders that are in good condition. Find out and do not exceed the maximum weight capacity.  The recommended angle for a ladder against another object is 75 degrees. Measure the gradient with a right angle or your arms, as shown in Figure 1-1. Ensure that the wider end of the frame is at the bottom, the base cannot slide, and that the ladder is securely positioned. Figure 1-1 Correct angle for ladders  When climbing a ladder: − Ensure that your body's center of gravity does not shift outside the legs of the ladder. − To minimize the risk of falling, steady your balance on the ladder before performing any operation. − Do not climb higher than the fourth rung from the top. To climb onto a roof, ensure that the ladder top is at least one meter higher than the roofline, as shown in Figure 1-2. Figure 1-2 One meter higher than the roofline
  13. 13. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 1 Safety Precautions Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 7 Drilling Holes Do not drill holes into a cabinet without permission. Non-standard drilling may affect the electromagnetic shielding of the cabinet and damage interior cables. Metal shards generated during drilling may short-circuit circuit boards if they get into the cabinet.  Before drilling holes into a cabinet, remove interior cables.  Wear goggles and protective gloves when drilling holes.  After drilling, clean up metal shards immediately. Moving Heavy Objects  Be cautious to prevent injury when moving heavy objects.  Wear protective gloves when moving heavy objects.
  14. 14. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 2 Overview Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 8 2 Overview 2.1 System Composition Figure 2-1 System composition
  15. 15. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 2 Overview Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 9 2.2 Components 2.2.1 ICC310-H1H-C1 Appearance Figure 2-2 ICC310-H1-C2 appearance
  16. 16. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 2 Overview Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 10 Interior Figure 2-3 ICC310-H1H-C1 interior (1) ACDU-63A1 (2) DCDU-400AD (3) DTS-200A1 (4) DCDB-01B
  17. 17. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 2 Overview Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 11 Configurations Table 2-1 ICC310-H1H-C1 configurations Configurations Description Outdoor cabinet Temperature control: heat exchange; heat dissipation capability: 1800 W at 15°C temperature rise External dimensions (H x W x D): 1825 mm x 700 mm x 830 mm (including the base: 100 mm x 700 mm x 650 mm) Weight: about 220 kg Installation mode: on a floor Maintenance mode: maintained from the front Cabling mode: routed from the bottom Operating temperature –20ºC to +50ºC (with solar radiation) Transport temperature –40ºC to +70ºC Storage temperature –40ºC to +70ºC Operating humidity 5%–95% RH (non-condensing) Altitude 0–4000 m When the altitude ranges from 2000 to 4000 m, the operating temperature is derated by 1ºC for each additional 200 m. Noise level GR487 acoustic pressure level: ≤ 65 dBA at 1.5 m Protection level and operating environment IP55, Class C environments
  18. 18. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 2 Overview Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 12 2.2.2 ESC500-A1 Appearance Figure 2-4 ESC500-A1 appearance (front and rear views)
  19. 19. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 2 Overview Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 13 Interior Figure 2-5 ESC500-A1 interior (front and rear views) (1) Space for ESM (2) Space for FCB-A
  20. 20. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 2 Overview Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 14 Configurations Table 2-2 ESC500-A1 configurations Configurations Description Outdoor cabinet Temperature control: 1000 W DC air conditioner External dimensions (H x W x D): 1825 mm x 770 mm x 950 mm (including the base: 100 mm x 770 mm x 895 mm) Weight: about 250 kg Installation mode: on a floor Maintenance mode: maintained from the front and rear Cabling mode: routed from the bottom Operating temperature –10°C to +50°C (with solar radiation) Transport temperature –40ºC to +70ºC Storage temperature –40ºC to +70ºC Operating humidity 5%–95% RH (non-condensing) Altitude 0–4000 m Noise level GR487 acoustic pressure level: ≤ 65 dBA at 1.5 m Protection level and operating environment IP55, Class C environments
  21. 21. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 2 Overview Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 15 2.2.3 ACDU-63A1 Appearance Figure 2-6 ACDU exterior Figure 2-7 ACDU panel Figure 2-8 ACDU interior (1) Three-phase AC output terminals (2) Dry contact terminal (3) AC SPD
  22. 22. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 2 Overview Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 16 (4) Three-phase AC input circuit breaker and terminals (5) AC output N line terminals (6) Three-phase AC output circuit breaker (7) Single-phase AC output circuit breaker (8) RCD circuit breaker (9) Ground screw (10) Maintenance socket Functions The ACDU is an AC power distribution unit that supports one three-phase AC power input and multiple AC power outputs. Table 2-3 ACDU function description Function Description Rated input power 200 V–240 V/346 V–415 V; 3-phase; 50 Hz/60 Hz; max. 54 A Rated output power 200 V–240 V/346 V–415 V; 3-phase; 50 Hz/60 Hz; max. 54 A Input Provides one 3-pole 63 A AC circuit breaker for one three-phase 380 V AC input Output (Optional) One 10 A European-standard maintenance socket with a residual current operated circuit breaker Provides one 3-pole 63 A AC circuit breaker for one three-phase 380 V AC output Provides four UT16 wiring terminals for one three-phase 380 V AC output to the DCDU Provides one 1-pole 16 A AC circuit breaker for one single-phase 220 V AC output port AC surge protection ACDU-63A1: nominal discharge current In: 20 kA (8/20 μs); maximum discharge current Imax: 40 kA (8/20 μs); reports AC surge protection alarms through a dry contact. Technical Specifications The following table lists the ACDU technical specifications. Table 2-4 ACDU technical specifications Item Specifications Dimensions (H x W x D) ACDU-63A1: 177.8 mm x 482.6 mm x 82 mm (including mounting ears) Weight ACDU-63A1: 5 kg
  23. 23. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 2 Overview Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 17 Working Principles The following figure shows the power distribution conceptual diagram for the ACDU. Figure 2-9 Power distribution conceptual diagram for the ACDU  One three-phase 380 V AC input port is provided to enable two three-phase 380 V AC power outputs, one single-phase 220 V AC power output, and one 10 A European-standard maintenance socket output.  AC surge protection is supported.
  24. 24. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 2 Overview Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 18 2.2.4 DCDU-400AD Appearance Figure 2-10 DCDU-400AD exterior Figure 2-11 DCDU-400AD panel (1) DCDU (2) ECC500 (3) Space for modules Figure 2-12 DCDU interior (1) AC input terminals (2) Battery fuses
  25. 25. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 2 Overview Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 19 (3) Signal ports (4) RTN+ busbar Functions Table 2-5 DCDU-400AD function description Function Description Signal collection and detection  Collects battery current signals, load current signals, and the input current signals from –48 V DC power sources by using an internal signal interface board.  Detects battery and load loop disconnection signals. Protection Integrates an SPD to provide reliable protection for DC power ports, monitoring ports, and communications ports. Communication, control, and alarm reporting The ECC500 supports remote management and online upgrade, monitors and controls the operating status of the power system through communication, and reports alarms in a timely manner. Battery management The ECC500 manages batteries effectively to ensure their proper operation. Electronic label Stores labels in the DCDU as electronic data. Hot swap The PSU, BCU, and ECC500 are hot-swappable. Technical Specifications Table 2-6 DCDU-400AD technical specifications Item Specifications Dimensions (H x W x D) 222 mm x 482.6 mm x 310 mm (including mounting ears) Weight ≤ 25 kg (without PSUs) ECC500 configuration Main control board, basic IO board, expansion IO board, and expansion DO board Input specifications AC input: 200 V–240 V/346 V–415 V, 3-phase, 50/60 Hz; max. 54 A Output specifications DC output: –48 V; max. 400 A The DCDU-400AD provides no circuit breakers and needs to work with the DCDB. Fuse Two 250 A fuses Installation mode Installed in a standard 19-inch rack Cable routing Left in and right out, or right in and left out
  26. 26. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 2 Overview Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 20 Item Specifications Maintenance mode Maintained from the front Working Principle Figure 2-13 Power distribution conceptual diagram for the DCDU-400AD The DCDU working principles are as follows:  The ECC500, as the main control module in the DCDU, monitors and schedules the DCDU.  The PSU converts AC power into DC power to two independent busbars.  BAT1- corresponds to the ESU-A route, and BAT2- corresponds to the FCB-A route.  If the voltages of the ESU-A route of batteries drops to the low voltage disconnection voltage, the BAT1- route disconnects. If the voltages of the FCB-A route of batteries drops to the low voltage disconnection voltage, the BAT2- route disconnects. After the busbar voltage is restored, the power supply to the BAT1- or BAT2- routes is reconnected.  The DTS chooses either of the two independent busbars to connect to the DCDB.
  27. 27. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 2 Overview Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 21 2.2.5 DCDB-01B Appearance Figure 2-14 DCDB-01B exterior Figure 2-15 DCDB-01B panel (1) BLVD output circuit breakers (2) LLVD output circuit breakers
  28. 28. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 2 Overview Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 22 Figure 2-16 DCDB-01B interior (1) RTN(+) (2) NEG(–) (3) BLVD output circuit breakers (4) LLVD output circuit breakers (5) Signal wiring terminal Functions  Distributes the output from the DCDU to multiple loads, facilitating cable connection.  Performs surge protection on load circuit breakers for DC outputs. Technical Specifications The following table lists the DCDB-01B technical specifications. Table 2-7 DCDB-01B technical specifications. Item Specifications Dimensions (H x W x D) 177.8 mm x 482.6 mm x 182 mm (including mounting ears) Weight 10 kg DC surge protection Differential mode: 10 kA (8/20 μs); common mode: 20 kA (8/20 μs) Output DC output:  BLVD: one 10 A circuit breaker, two 16 A circuit breakers, and four 32 A circuit breakers  LLVD: two 63 A circuit breakers and two 80 A circuit breakers Cable routing Connected from the front, routed from the left and right parts in the front
  29. 29. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 2 Overview Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 23 2.2.6 DTS-200A1 Appearance The following figure shows a DTS-200A1. Figure 2-17 DTS-200A1 The following figure shows a DTS-200A1 panel. Figure 2-18 DTS-200A1 panel (1) Output wiring terminal (2) –48 V1 fuse (3) –48 V2 fuse (4) Automatic switching status indicator (5) Working mode switching button (6) Manual switching status indicator (7) Main battery status indicator (8) Current load battery switching button (9) Back battery status indicator (10) Main and back battery input wiring terminal (11) Power, RUN, and ALM indicators (12) CAN&RS485 input port (13) CAN&RS485 output port (14) Dual in-line package (DIP) switch (15) RS232 port (16) Dry contacts (17) -48 V1 and -48 V2 output ports (18) RTN port (19) Ground terminal Functions Switches between two DC power supplies seamlessly.
  30. 30. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 2 Overview Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 24 Silk Screen The following table describes the input indicators on the DTS-200A1 panel. Table 2-8 Indicator description Silk Screen Indicator Status Meaning RUN Steady green Power is supplied but the DTS-200A1 is faulty. Off Power is not supplied or the DTS-200A1 is faulty. Blinking at 0.5 Hz (on for 1s and then off for 1s) The DTS-200A1 is running properly. Blinking at 2 Hz (on for 0.25s and then off for 0.25s) The DTS-200A1 is not registered or the communication fails. ALM Off No alarm is generated. Steady red An alarm is generated. Note: If switching fails, the ALM indicator (red) is steady on. AUTO Steady green The DTS-200A1 is in automatic mode. Off There is no power input or the DTS-200A1 is in manual mode. Manual Steady green The DTS-200A1 is in manual mode. Off There is no power input or the DTS-200A1 is in automatic mode. Main battery Steady green The active battery contactor is closed. Off There is no power input or the standby battery contactor is closed. Back battery Steady green The standby battery contactor is closed. Off There is no power input or the active battery contactor is closed. The following table describes the CAN&RS485 input and output ports and the RS232 port. Table 2-9 RJ45 pin definition Pin Definition Pin 1 TX+ Pin 2 TX–
  31. 31. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 2 Overview Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 25 Pin Definition Pin 3 NC (Rx232) Pin 4 RX+ Pin 5 RX– Pin 6 NC (GND232) Pin 7 CAN H Pin 8 CAN L Technical Specifications The following table lists the DTS-200A1 technical specifications. Table 2-10 DTS-200A1 technical specifications Item Specifications Dimensions (H x W x D) 86.1 mm x 482.6 mm x 310 mm (including mounting ears) Weight < 20 kg Input  DC 1 and 2 input voltage: –40 V DC to –60 V DC  Input current: 0–200 A Output  Output voltage: –40 V DC to –60 V DC  Output current: 0–100 A Protection level IP20 Installation mode Installed in a standard 19-inch rack Cable routing Left in and right out, or right in and left out Maintenance mode All external ports and connected cables can be maintained from the front. Working Modes The DTS-200A1 can be operated automatically or manually. It provides the following buttons:  Working Model: automatic/manual switch  Current Load Battery: active/standby battery switch
  32. 32. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 2 Overview Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 26 2.2.7 R4850G2 Appearance The R4850G2 is a high-efficiency PSU. Figure 2-19 PSU Figure 2-20 PSU panel (1) Power indicator (2) Alarm indicator (3) Fault indicator (4) Air intake vent (5) Handle Functions Converts AC power into 48 V DC power. PSU works reliably with high efficiency. The following table lists the PSU functions. Table 2-11 PSU functions Item Specifications hot swap Hot-swappable Input protection  Input overvoltage and undervoltage protection  Input overcurrent protection
  33. 33. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 2 Overview Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 27 Item Specifications Output protection  Output overvoltage protection  Output short-circuit protection  Output current limiting protection Overtemperature protection Overtemperature protection Technical Specifications The following table lists the PSU technical specifications. Table 2-12 PSU technical specifications Item Specifications Dimensions (H x W x D) 40.8 mm x 105 mm x 281 mm Weight ≤ 2 kg Input operating voltage 85–300 V AC Output voltage 42–58 V DC Rated voltage: 53.5 V DC Maximum output power 3000 W Highest efficiency ≥ 96% Indicators Table 2-13 PSU indicators Indicator Color Status Description Power indicator Green Steady on The PSU has an AC power input. Off The PSU has no AC power input. The PSU is faulty. Blinking at 0.5 Hz The PSU is being queried. Blinking at 4 Hz The PSU is loading an application program. Alarm indicator Yellow Off No alarm is generated.
  34. 34. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 2 Overview Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 28 Indicator Color Status Description Steady on  The PSU generates an alarm for power limiting due to ambient overtemperature.  The PSU generates an alarm for shutdown due to ambient overtemperature or undertemperature. The PSU protects against AC input overvoltage or undervoltage. The PSU is hibernating. Blinking at 0.5 Hz The communication between the PSU and the SMU is interrupted. Fault indicator Red Off The PSU is running properly. Steady on The PSU locks out due to output overvoltage. The PSU has no output due to an internal fault. 2.2.8 GPRS Board (MUC01A) Figure 2-21 shows the front panel of the GPRS board.
  35. 35. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 2 Overview Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 29 Figure 2-21 Front panel of the GPRS board (1) DO_1 (2) DO_2 (3) DI_1 (4) DI_2 (5) DI_3 (6) DI_4 (7) DI_5 (8) DI_6 (9) ANT (10) Indicators (11) SIM card Frequency Band  Upstream (board to BTS): 880-915MHz/1710-1785MHz  Downstream (BTS to board): 925-960MHz/1805-1880MHz Indicators Table 2-14 shows the indicator description of the GPRS board.
  36. 36. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 2 Overview Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 30 Table 2-14 Indicator description Silk Screen Color Status Description PWR1 Yellow Steady on The power supply is normal. Off The power supply is faulty or has no DC input. PWR2 Yellow Steady on The GPRS board is normal. Off The GPRS board is faulty or has no DC input. GPRS Green Off The GPRS board is not powered on. Steady on A call is being set up over GPRS. Blinking (on for 0.1s and then off for 0.025s) Data is being transmitted over GPRS. Blinking (on for 0.1s and then off for 2.9s) The ECC500 is registered with the network, but no data is being transmitted. Blinking (on for 0.1s and then off for 0.9s)  The ECC500 is searching for a network.  The absence of a subscriber identity module (SIM) card.  No access PIN code. Ports Table 2-15 describes the ports of the GPRS board. Table 2-15 GPRS board port description Silk Screen Type Default Associated Alarm Default Status DO_1 Dry contact output. Reserved Reserved DO_2 Dry contact output. DI_1 Dry contact input. AC SPD fault If an AC SPD is connected, set MUC01A_DI_1 Set to Normal Close. For details, see Figure 2-22.  If the dry contact is open, no alarm is generated.  If the dry contact is closed, an alarm is generated.
  37. 37. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 2 Overview Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 31 Silk Screen Type Default Associated Alarm Default Status DI_2 Dry contact input. Natural-ventilation unit fault. DI_3 Dry contact input. Hex fault If a heat exchanger is connected, set MUC01A_DI_3 Set to Normal Close. DI_4 Dry contact input. Aircon fault. DI_5 Dry contact input. Inverter fault. DI_6 Dry contact input. Navigation light fault. Note: The default associated alarms and default status are user-defined. Figure 2-22 Viewing dry contact status 2.2.9 FCB-A The FCB-A is a fast charge battery. It belongs to the AGM battery family. Appearance Figure 2-23 FCB-A series
  38. 38. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 2 Overview Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 32 Functions An FCB-A applies to an unstable power grid. If mains is available, an FCB-A allows a high charge current. If mains is unavailable, an FCB-A supplies power to communications equipment by relying on its consistent cycle performance (charged and discharged 1500 times at 25°C when the DOD is 50%). Technical Specifications Table 2-16 FCB-A series technical specifications Item Specifications Dimensions (L x W x H) FCB-200A: 181 mm x 90 mm x 365 mm FCB-300A: 181 mm x 124 mm x 365 mm FCB-400A: 181 mm x 158 mm x 365 mm FCB-500A: 181 mm x 191 mm x 365 mm FCB-650A: 181 mm x 225 mm x 365 mm Weight FCB-200A: 13 kg FCB-300A: 18.5 kg FCB-400A: 24 kg FCB-500A: 30 kg FCB-650A: 35 kg Rated voltage 2 V Maximum charge current FCB-200A: 60A FCB-300A: 90 A FCB-400A: 120 A FCB-500A: 150 A FCB-650A: 195 A 2.2.10 ESM-A01 Appearance The following figure shows an ESM-A01 front panel. The ESM-A01 consists of one ESMU-01A and four ESU-A600Wh/Cs.
  39. 39. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 2 Overview Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 33 Figure 2-24 ESM-A01 front panel Functions The ESM-A01 controls and manages ESUs over the ESMU-01A to ensure that all ESUs have the same float voltage and charge level and depth. This helps to increase the security and lifespan of ESUs. Technical Specifications The following table describes the technical specifications for the ESM-A01. Table 2-17 ESM-A01 technical specifications Item Specifications Dimensions (H x W x D) 175 mm x 482.6 mm x 437 mm (including mounting ears) Weight 50 kg 2.2.11 ESMU-01A Appearance The following figure shows an ESMU. Figure 2-25 ESMU
  40. 40. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 2 Overview Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 34 The following figure shows an ESMU panel. Figure 2-26 ESMU panel (1) COM_OUT port (2) COM_ELU port (3) Resistance DIP switch corresponding to the CAN port (4) Resistance DIP switch (reserved) (5) Address DIP switch (ADDRESS) (6) ESU-A sampling port (7) Power switch (8) Power port (9) Battery– port (10) –48V BUS port (11) Status indicator (12) CONSOLE port (13) COM_IN port Functions The following table describes the ESMU functions. Table 2-18 ESMU function description Function Description Status monitoring Monitors the voltage and temperature of each electrochemical cell, and voltage and current of the ESU string. Alarm detection and reporting Detects alarms for hardware faults, overvoltage, undervoltage, overcurrent, high temperatures, and low temperatures, and reports alarms to the host over a CAN port. ESU connection control Disconnects ESUs when an alarm is generated and connects ESUs after exceptions are eliminated. Cascading A maximum of 12 ESMUs can be cascaded.
  41. 41. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 2 Overview Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 35 Function Description Equalization Supports real-time equalization and adaptive equalization:  Real-time equalization: Equalizes cell capacities to delay electrochemical cell deterioration and prolong the service life of cells. Such cell capacity imbalance is caused by the increase of charge/discharge cycles.  Adaptive equalization: Equalizes cell capacities to facilitate ESU maintenance and replacement in the mixture of different electrochemical cells, which improves ESU adaptability. Such cell capacity imbalance is caused by ESU maintenance and replacement.  The controller identifies the electrochemical cell with the lowest voltage and adjusts its output current. SOH Monitors the ESU health status and reports the information to the host over a CAN port. Electronic label Identifies ESUs by displaying their models, bar codes, and production dates. Technical Specifications The following table describes the ESMU technical specifications. Table 2-19 ESMU technical specifications Item Specifications Dimensions (H x W x D) 44.5 mm x 444 mm x 310 mm Weight ≤ 5 kg Disconnection protection voltage 44–46 V  Typical value: 45 V  Forcible disconnection voltage: 44 V Busbar activation voltage 46–48V  Typical value: 47 V  Forcible activation voltage: 48 V Maximum charge/discharge current ESMU-01A: 40 A Operating conditions  Ambient temperature: –20°C to +55°C  Humidity: 5%–95% RH  Atmospheric pressure: 70–106 kPa  Altitude: ≤ 4 km Reliability Mean time between failures (MTBF) ≥ 30,000 hours; annual repair ratio < 1%
  42. 42. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 2 Overview Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 36 2.2.12 ESU-A600Wh/C Appearance The following figure shows an ESU-A600Wh/C panel. Figure 2-27 ESU-A600Wh/C panel (1) Positive wiring terminal (2) Sampling wiring terminal (3) Negative wiring terminal (4) Handle (5) COM_ELU OUT port (6) COM_ELU IN port Features An ESU-A600Wh/C is made of a new type of material and features safety, long lifespan, small size, light weight, and has good performance at high temperatures. It can be charged or discharged with large power and does not pollute the environment. Technical Specifications The following table lists the ESU-A600Wh/C technical specifications.
  43. 43. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 2 Overview Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 37 Table 2-20 ESU-A600Wh/C technical specifications Item Specifications Dimensions (H x W x D) 125 mm x 105 mm x 420 mm Weight About 12 kg Voltage 12 V DC Capacity 600 Wh Cycle life Can be charged and discharged 4500 times at 35°C when the depth of discharge (DOD) is 85%. 2.3 Space Planning Figure 2-28 Space for the ICC310 (unit: mm)
  44. 44. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 2 Overview Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 38 Figure 2-29 Space for the ESC500 (unit: mm)
  45. 45. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 2 Overview Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 39 2.4 Installation Position Reference Figure 2-30 Installation positions for internal components of the ICC310 cabinet (1) Space for PSU
  46. 46. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 2 Overview Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 40 Figure 2-31 Installation positions for internal components of the ESC500 cabinet (1) ESM battery (2) FCB-A battery
  47. 47. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 2 Overview Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 41 2.5 Cabinet Cabling Holes (ICC310 and ESC500) Figure 2-32 Cable holes at the bottom of the ICC310 (top view) (1) For signal cables (2) For DC power cables and ground cables (3) For AC power cables (4) For DC power cables (5) For signal cables Figure 2-33 Cable holes at the bottom of the ESC500 (top view) (1) For DC power cables (2) Reserved (3) For signal cables (4) For DC power cables (5) For signal cables (6) For DC power cables (7) For DC power cables (8) For ground cables 2.6 Requirements for Laying Out Cables Lay out cables according to the following requirements to avoid signal interference.
  48. 48. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 2 Overview Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 42 If some of the cables described below do not need to be installed onsite, ignore the requirements for laying out such cables. General Requirements for Laying Out Cables Bending Radius Requirements  The bending radius of a power cable or a ground cable should be greater than or equal to five times its diameter.  The bending radius of a signal cable should be greater than or equal to five times its diameter. Cable Binding Requirements  Cables of the same type should be bound together.  Cables of different types must keep a minimum distance of 30 mm from each other. Cables must not be tangled or twisted.  Cables that are bound together should be close to each other, neat, and free from damage.  Cable ties are bound neatly in the same direction. Cable ties at the same horizontal line must be in a straight line.  The extra part of each indoor cable tie must be cut off. A slack of 5 mm is reserved for each outdoor cable tie. All cut surfaces have no sharp edges.  After cables are installed, labels or nameplates must be attached to both ends, joints, or turns of the cables. Safety Requirements  Cables should be placed away from sharp objects or wall burrs. If inevitable, protect the cables with protection pipes.  Cables should be routed away from heat sources, or heat-insulation materials should be added between cables and heat sources.  Sufficient slack (about 0.1 mm recommended) should be provided in cables at turns or the position close to a device, facilitating cable and device maintenance. Indoor Cable Layout Requirements  Cables are routed indoors through feeder windows.  Trap the cable part outside the feeder window according to requirements for the minimum bending radius.  When routing a cable into the room, ensure that a person is assisting you in the room.  Feeder windows must be waterproofed. Requirements for Laying Out Cables Outdoors  Outdoor cables must be routed through a pipe to protect them from being damaged.  AC power cables, transmission cables, and cables buried in the ground must be protected.  If cables at the cabinet bottom need to be routed through a pipe along the ground, the pipe should be routed into the cabinet base for about 30 mm to 50 mm, but not into the cabinet. The pipe end should be sealed with waterproof tape or silicon gel, and the pipe should be secured to the cable hole at the cabinet bottom using sheet metal.
  49. 49. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 2 Overview Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 43  If cables at the cabinet bottom need to be routed through a pipe along a metal cable trough, the pipe should not be routed into the cabinet base. The cable trough should be sealed and routed through the cable hole at the cabinet bottom.  Arrange the cables in order in the routing direction, and install cable clips. Special Requirements for Laying Out Cables Power Cable Routing Requirements  The positions for laying out power cables should be in accordance with the design drawing.  If the cable length is insufficient, use another power cable with a sufficient length. No joint or weld is allowed on a power cable.  Power cables must be routed by only qualified and trained personnel after all preparations are made.  Power cables are straightly routed and not twisted or winded. Ground Cable Routing Requirements  Ground cables in a base station should be connected to the same ground bar.  Ground cables must not be routed in from the overhead. They must be routed underground or indoors.  Both ends of the external conductor of a coaxial cable and the shield layer of a shielded cable should have good electrical contact with the metal shell of the device they connect to.  Ground cables and signal cables should be bound separately with a proper distance in between to avoid interference.  Circuit breakers or fuses are not allowed on ground cables.  No devices can be used as a part of ground cables.  All conductive metal components in the shell should properly connect to protection ground terminals.
  50. 50. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 3 Installation Preparations Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 44 3 Installation Preparations 3.1 Obtaining Tools This topic lists the tools and instruments that you need to prepare for the installation.
  51. 51. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 3 Installation Preparations Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 45 3.2 Unpacking and Acceptance Context When transporting, carrying, and installing equipment:  Ensure that components do not collide with doors, walls, or shelves.  Wear clean gloves. Do not touch components with bare hands or wet or dirty gloves. Procedure Step 1 Check the total number of goods against the packing list attached to each packing case.
  52. 52. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 3 Installation Preparations Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 46 If... Then... The total number of goods is consistent with that on the packing list. Go to Step 2. The total number of goods is inconsistent with that on the packing list. Find the cause and contact the local Huawei office. Step 2 Check each packing case. If... Then... The packing case is intact. Go to Step 3. The packing case is severely damaged or water intrudes into the packing case. Find the cause and contact the local Huawei office. Step 3 Check the number and types of devices in each packing case against the packing list. If... Then... The number and types of devices are consistent with that on the packing list. Sign on the Packing List with the customer. Any device is missing, damaged, or of a wrong type. Contact the local Huawei office. To protect devices and facilitate future problem diagnosis, store unpacked devices and packing materials indoors. Take photos of the storage site, any rusty or corroded devices, and the packing cases and materials. Keep the photos for future reference. ----End 3.3 Obtaining an ESN An electronic serial number (ESN) identifies a unique network element (NE). Before installation, record the ESN for base station commissioning. Procedure Step 1 Tear down the ESN label from the ECC500, as shown in the following figure, and write site information on the label.
  53. 53. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 3 Installation Preparations Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 47 Figure 3-1 Position of an ESN label Step 2 Send the ESN and site information to network management administrator. ----End
  54. 54. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 4 Installing the ICC Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 48 4 Installing the ICC 4.1 Installing the ICC310 Procedure Step 1 Take the marking-off template out of the cabinet and mark hole positions based on the marking-off template, as shown in the following figure. Figure 4-1 Marking hole positions (1) Marker (2) Marking-off template (3) Mounting hole (4) Concrete floor Step 2 Drill holes and install expansion tubes. 1. Drill a hole on the concrete floor with a depth range of 52 mm to 60 mm using a hammer drill. 2. Partially tighten the expansion bolt and vertically insert it into the hole. Then knock the expansion bolt completely into the hole using a rubber mallet. 3. Partially tighten the expansion tube. 4. Remove the bolt, spring washer, and flat washer.
  55. 55. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 4 Installing the ICC Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 49 Figure 4-2 Drilling holes and installing expansion tubes (1) M12 bolt (2) Spring washer (3) Flat washer (4) Expansion tube (5) Expansion nut (6) Concrete floor Step 3 Hoist the cabinet. 1. Use a flat-head screwdriver to remove the four M12x20 plastic screws from the top of the cabinet, and then install the lifting eyes in the corresponding holes, as shown in the following figure. Reserve the plastic screws for later use. 2. Route lifting slings through the lifting eyes, and then hoist the cabinet, as shown in the following figure. 3. Place the cabinet onto the concrete floor and align the mounting holes on the cabinet with those on the concrete floor. 4. Remove the lifting ropes and lifting eyes. Reinstall the four M12x20 plastic screws on the top of the cabinet using a flat-head screwdriver.
  56. 56. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 4 Installing the ICC Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 50 Figure 4-3 Hoisting a cabinet Step 4 Secure the cabinet. 1. Place the cabinet onto the concrete floor and align the mounting holes on the cabinet with those on the concrete floor. 2. Place flat washers, spring washers, and expansion bolts into the mounting holes for the cabinet. 3. Tighten bolts to secure the cabinet. Figure 4-4 Securing a cabinet Step 5 Install a ground cable. 1. Prepare a suitable length cable based on site requirements. Install an OT terminal on each end of the cable. For details, see A.2 Preparing Terminals. 2. Connect the ground cable to the ground bar, as shown in the following figure.
  57. 57. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 4 Installing the ICC Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 51  Ensure that the ground cable is installed securely. If devices are not properly grounded, damage to devices or human injuries may occur.  If a DG is configured, connect the DG and the ICC to the same site ground bar. Figure 4-5 Installing a ground cable (1) Cabinet ground bar (2) Ground cable (3) Site ground bar ----End 4.2 Installing the PSU Context
  58. 58. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 4 Installing the ICC Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 52  Do not put your hands into rectifier slots, avoiding electric shocks.  When a rectifier is running, a high temperature is generated around the air exhaust vent at the rear. Do not touch the vent or cover the vent with cables or other objects.  To ensure phase balance, install modules as shown in the following figure. Figure 4-6 Module layout Procedure Step 1 Put on an ESD wrist strap or a pair of ESD gloves. Step 2 Optional: Remove filler panels from the slots in which modules will be inserted. Figure 4-7 Removing a filler panel Step 3 Install a module, as shown in the following figure. 1. Push the locking latch towards the left. 2. Draw the handle downwards. 3. Put a module at the entry of the slot and push it into the slot until it is in good contact with the backplane. 4. Push the handle upwards and lock it. 5. Push the locking latch towards the right to secure the handle.
  59. 59. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 4 Installing the ICC Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 53 Figure 4-8 Installing a module Each module has a rated output of 50 A. Install modules based on the required capacity. Step 4 Check whether unused slots are covered with filler panels. If not, install filler panels, as shown in the following figure. To avoid personal injury, install filler panels in vacant subracks. Figure 4-9 Reinstalling a filler panel ----End 4.3 Installing the MUC01A If a site requires an MUC01A, perform the following steps to install an MUC01A. Procedure Step 1 Put on an ESD wrist strap or a pair of ESD gloves. Step 2 Install a subscriber identity module (SIM) card, as shown in the following figure. 1. Remove the module card from the board.
  60. 60. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 4 Installing the ICC Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 54 2. Install a SIM card on the board. Figure 4-10 Installing a SIM card (1) Module card (2) SIM card Step 3 Install the MUC01A. 1. Unscrew the filler panel and gently remove it. 2. Open the ejector lever on the MUC01A, put the MUC01A at the entry to the slot, and gently push it in. 3. Close the ejector lever. 4. Tighten the captive screws at both ends of the MUC01A panel to a torque of 0.6 N.m. Figure 4-11 Installing an MUC01A (1) Filler panel (2) MUC01A ----End
  61. 61. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 5 Installing the Battery Cabinet Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 55 5 Installing the Battery Cabinet If a site requires a battery cabinet, perform the following steps to install a battery cabinet. 5.1 Installing the ESC500 Procedure Step 1 Remove bolts from the cabinet mounting holes. Figure 5-1 Removing a cabinet pallet (1) Pallet The cabinet and pallets shown in the preceding figure are for reference only. The actual products prevail. Step 2 Take the marking-off template out of the cabinet and mark hole positions based on the marking-off template, as shown in the following figure.
  62. 62. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 5 Installing the Battery Cabinet Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 56 Figure 5-2 Marking mounting hole positions (1) Marker (2) Marking-off template (3) Mounting holes (4) Concrete floor Step 3 Drill holes and install expansion sleeves. 1. Drill a hole in the concrete floor using a hammer drill. The hole depth should be in the range from 52 mm to 60 mm. 2. Partially tighten the expansion bolt and vertically insert it into the hole. Knock the expansion bolt using a rubber mallet until the expansion sleeve is fully inserted into the hole. 3. Partially tighten the expansion bolt. 4. Remove the bolt, spring washer, and flat washer. Figure 5-3 Drilling a hole and installing an expansion sleeve (1) M12 bolt (2) Spring washer (3) Flat washer (4) Expansion sleeve (5) Expansion bolt (6) Concrete floor
  63. 63. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 5 Installing the Battery Cabinet Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 57 Step 4 Hoist the cabinet. 1. Remove the four M12x20 plastic screws from the top of the cabinet using a flat-head screwdriver, and install lifting eyes in the holes. Properly store the plastic screws for future use. 2. Bind lifting ropes to the lifting eyes and then hoist the cabinet. 3. Place the cabinet onto the concrete floor and align the mounting holes in the cabinet with those in the concrete floor. 4. Remove the lifting ropes and lifting eyes. Reinstall the four M12x20 plastic screws on the top of the cabinet using a flat-head screwdriver. Figure 5-4 Hoisting the cabinet Step 5 Put a level on the cabinet and check the position of the mercury. If the mercury is not in the middle, the cabinet is not well leveled. Put a spacer between the cabinet and the concrete floor to level the cabinet.
  64. 64. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 5 Installing the Battery Cabinet Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 58 Figure 5-5 Leveling the cabinet (1) Level (2) Concrete floor (3) Leveling spacer The cabinet shown in the preceding figure is for reference only. The actual product prevails. Step 6 Secure the cabinet. 1. Place flat washers, spring washers, and bolts into the cabinet mounting holes in sequence. 2. Tighten the bolts to secure the cabinet.
  65. 65. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 5 Installing the Battery Cabinet Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 59 Figure 5-6 Securing the cabinet Step 7 Install the cabinet ground cable. 1. Prepare a cable with a suitable length and install OT terminals on both ends of the cable. For details, see A.2 Preparing Terminals. 2. Route the ground cable and secure it to the ground bar, as shown in the following figure.
  66. 66. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 5 Installing the Battery Cabinet Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 60  Ensure that the ground cables are installed securely. If devices are not properly grounded, damage to devices or personal injury may occur.  Ground the battery cabinet and control cabinet to the same ground bar. Figure 5-7 Installing a ground cable (1) Cabinet ground bar (2) Site ground bar ----End 5.2 Installing Batteries and Battery Cables Prerequisites Ensure that batteries are from the same manufacturer, of the same model, and in the same batch. Do not mix old and new batteries together. Comply with regulations and warnings of the battery manufacturer. Before battery installation, ensure that the battery circuit breaker is OFF or that the battery fuse is disconnected. The rated battery string voltage must be 48 V, such as twenty-four 2 V batteries or four 12 V batteries.
  67. 67. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 5 Installing the Battery Cabinet Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 61  Smoking and sparks are prohibited near batteries.  Use tools with insulated handles, otherwise, batteries may be burnt out and personal injury may occur.  During battery operations, wear goggles, rubber gloves, and protective clothes. Remove conductive articles such as watches, bracelets, and rings.  If battery acid gets in the eyes, rinse with cold water for more than 15 minutes and seek media advice immediately. If battery acid contacts skin or clothing, wash with soap and water immediately.  Do not use a metal to simultaneously touch two or more battery terminals or simultaneously touch a battery terminal and a grounded object (such as the battery compartment). Otherwise, short circuits will occur, causing sparks or explosion.  Carry batteries by referring to local regulations. To avoid damages, handle with care when carrying batteries.  Place batteries in strict accordance with the figure in this chapter. Otherwise, the batteries may be short-circuited and damaged.  During battery installation, never reversely connect positive and negative battery terminals. Connect the negative battery cable first, and then the positive battery cable.  Before connecting a battery cable, remove the protective lids or protective covers from battery terminals, and reinstall them after connecting the cable.  Secure battery cables to the torque specified in this chapter. Loose battery bolt connections will cause batteries to be burnt. 5.2.1 Installing an ESM Prerequisites Partially tighten bolts first. After connecting all cables to ESMs, tighten the bolts on ESMs to a reference torque of 3.5–5.0 N.m. Procedure Step 1 Flip all ESM switches to OFF, as shown in the following figure.
  68. 68. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 5 Installing the Battery Cabinet Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 62 Figure 5-8 Flipping an ESM switch to OFF Step 2 Install ESMs from bottom to top, as shown in the following figure. Figure 5-9 Installing an ESM Step 3 Set the DIP switch address on the ESMs from bottom to top, as shown in the following figure.
  69. 69. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 5 Installing the Battery Cabinet Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 63 The ESM addresses must differ from each other. Figure 5-10 Setting an ESM address Figure 5-11 shows the mapping between DIP switches and settings. Figure 5-11 Mapping between DIP switches and settings Step 4 Untie the ESM ground cables on the left and install them, as shown in the following figure.
  70. 70. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 5 Installing the Battery Cabinet Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 64 Figure 5-12 Connecting a ground cable between the ESM and the cabinet Step 5 Install ESM signal cables, as shown in the following figure. 1. Connect electronic label communications cables between ESUs and the ESMU. 2. Connect electronic label communications cables between ESUs. 3. Connect sampling communications cables between ESUs and the ESMU. Figure 5-13 Installing ESM signal cables Step 6 Untie the ESMU power cables on the right and install them, as shown in the following figure.
  71. 71. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 5 Installing the Battery Cabinet Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 65 Figure 5-14 Installing ESMU power cables Step 7 Install ESM power cables. 1. Remove protective lids from ESM terminals. 2. Untie negative power cables on the right and install them between negative ESM terminals and the DCDU, as shown in the following figure. Figure 5-15 Installing negative power cables between negative ESM terminals and the DCDU 3. Untie positive power cables on the left and install them between positive ESM terminals and the DCDU, as shown in the following figure.
  72. 72. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 5 Installing the Battery Cabinet Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 66 Figure 5-16 Installing positive power cables between the positive ESM terminal and the DCDU ----End 5.2.2 Installing FCBs Procedure Step 1 Remove baffle plates. Step 2 Install batteries from bottom to top by referring to the following figure. Step 3 Attach labels on batteries based on the following figure. Step 4 Reinstall the battery baffle plates.
  73. 73. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 5 Installing the Battery Cabinet Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 67 Figure 5-17 FCB layout (front and rear views) (1) Battery baffle plate Step 5 Install battery cables, as shown in the following figure. 1. Remove protective lids from battery terminals. 2. Install cables between batteries. 3. Install a negative power cable between the negative battery string terminal and the NEG (–) copper bar. 4. Install a positive power cable between the positive battery string terminal and the RTN (+) copper bar.
  74. 74. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 5 Installing the Battery Cabinet Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 68 Figure 5-18 Installing battery cables (front and rear views) Step 6 Install a signal cable for the battery temperature sensor, as shown in the following figure.
  75. 75. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 5 Installing the Battery Cabinet Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 69 Figure 5-19 Installing a signal cable for the battery temperature sensor (left: ICC310; right: ESC500) ----End
  76. 76. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 6 Installing Cables Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 70 6 Installing Cables 6.1 Installing Dry Contact Signal Cables If the site ECC500 requires dry contact signal cables, perform the following steps to install the cables. Procedure Step 1 Press the contact plate using a flat-head screwdriver to flip the metal spring inside a dry contact. Step 2 Connect a signal cable to the dry contact. Step 3 Check that the signal cable properly connects to the dry contact. Put aside the screwdriver. Figure 6-1 Installing a dry contact signal cable (1) Contact plate (2) Dry contact ----End
  77. 77. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 6 Installing Cables Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 71 6.2 Installing ECC500 Communications Cables 6.2.1 Installing ECC500 Communications Cables (IP Networking) Procedure Step 1 Connect one end of the communications cable to the FE port on the site monitoring unit 03A (SMU03A). Step 2 Route the other end to the network access device through the cable hole on the left side of the cabinet, as shown in the following figure. Figure 6-2 Installing a communications cable Step 3 Cover a PVC corrugated pipe over the cable parts outside the cabinet and secure the PVC corrugated pipe to the cable hole. ----End 6.2.2 GPRS Networking Procedure Step 1 Place the antenna on the top of the cabinet. Step 2 Connect the antenna cable to the ANT port on the MUC01A. Before installing an antenna, remove the plastic shell from the antenna installation base to ensure magnetic adherence.
  78. 78. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 6 Installing Cables Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 72 Figure 6-3 Installing a GPRS antenna (1) Antenna ----End 6.3 Installing CAN communications cables Procedure Step 1 Be sure the ESMU address using the DIP switch is correctly. Step 2 Set the control area network (CAN) DIP switch on the last ESMU.
  79. 79. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 6 Installing Cables Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 73 Figure 6-4 Setting the ESMU DIP switch Step 3 Connect a CAN communications cable between the ESMU and the DTS-200A1, as shown in the following figure.
  80. 80. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 6 Installing Cables Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 74 Figure 6-5 Installing CAN communications cables ----End
  81. 81. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 6 Installing Cables Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 75 6.4 Installing Monitoring Signal Cables and Power Cables Between the ESC500 and the ICC310 Context Figure 6-6 ESC500 transfer terminal block Procedure Step 1 Install a power cable between the DCDB-01B and the ESC500 transfer terminal block.
  82. 82. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 6 Installing Cables Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 76 Figure 6-7 Installing a power cable between the DCDB-01B and the ESC500 transfer terminal block Step 2 Install a signal cable between the MUE05A and the ESC500 transfer terminal block. Figure 6-8 Installing a signal cable between the MUE05A and the ESC500 transfer terminal block ----End
  83. 83. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 6 Installing Cables Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 77 6.5 Installing a Power Cable Between the Battery Busbar Inside the ESC500 and the ICC310 Procedure Step 1 Prepare a suitable length cable based on site requirements. Install a cord end terminal or an OT terminal on each end of the cable. For details, see A.2 Preparing Terminals. Step 2 Install a power cable between the battery busbar inside the ESC500 and the ICC310, as shown in the following figure. Figure 6-9 Installing a power cable between the battery busbar inside the ESC500 and the ICC310
  84. 84. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 6 Installing Cables Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 78 Step 3 Cover a PVC corrugated pipe over the cable parts outside the cabinet and secure the PVC corrugated pipe to the cable hole. ----End 6.6 Installing DC Output Power Cables (DCDB-01B) Prerequisites Switch off all circuit breakers before installing power cables. Procedure Step 1 Prepare a suitable length cable based on site requirements. Install a cord end terminal or an OT terminal on each end of the cable. For details, see A.2 Preparing Terminals. Step 2 Secure the negative DC output power cable to the corresponding DC output circuit breaker based on the actual load power. Step 3 Secure the positive DC output power cable to the corresponding screw on the RTN+ busbar. Figure 6-10 Installing DC output power cables (1) Primary load (2) Secondary load
  85. 85. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 6 Installing Cables Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 79 Connect DC power cables to the circuit breakers for controlling primary or secondary loads based on site requirements. The preceding figure is for reference only. Step 4 Cover a PVC corrugated pipe over the cable parts outside the cabinet and secure the PVC corrugated pipe to the cable hole. ----End 6.7 Installing AC Input Power Cables Prerequisites  Ensure that the upstream AC input circuit breaker is OFF, and attach labels such as "No operations allowed."  Switch off all circuit breakers before installing power cables. Context  For the colors and appearances of power cables, site cables prevail.  Consult Huawei engineers if any of the following conditions occurs: − You need to use the cables and connectors that you have prepared. − You need to cut short a power cable. Procedure Step 1 Prepare a suitable length cable based on site requirements. Install a cord end terminal or an OT terminal on each end of the cable. For details, see A.2 Preparing Terminals. Step 2 Install AC input power cables, as shown in the following figure.
  86. 86. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 6 Installing Cables Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 80 Figure 6-11 Installing AC input power cables Step 3 Cover a PVC corrugated pipe over the cable parts outside the cabinet and secure the PVC corrugated pipe to the cable hole. ----End
  87. 87. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 7 Installation Verification Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 81 7 Installation Verification After installing the cabinet and all equipment, check the installation items, installation environment, and cables. Checking the Cabinet Installation Table 7-1 provides the cabinet installation checklist. Table 7-1 Cabinet installation checklist No. Check That Result 1 The cabinet is placed in accordance with the design drawing. Yes No 2 The base is secured. Yes No 3 All bolts, especially the bolts used for electrical connections, are secured. Flat washers and spring washers are all installed in correct sequence. Yes No 4 The cabinet is clean, free of dust and dirt. Yes No 5 All labels are correct, clear, and complete. Yes No Checking the Environment Table 7-2 provides the environment checklist. Table 7-2 Environment checklist No. Check That Result 1 There are no unnecessary adhesive tape or cable ties on cables. Yes No 2 There are no adhesive tapes, cable ties, paper scraps, or packing materials around the cabinet. Yes No
  88. 88. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 7 Installation Verification Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 82 Checking Electrical Connections Table 7-3 provides the electrical connection checklist. Table 7-3 Electrical connection checklist No. Check That Result 1 All the ground cables prepared onsite contain copper core wires and have correct diameters. No switches or fuses are installed on the cables and no short-circuit occurs. Yes No 2 Ground cables, AC input power cables, and internal cables are connected in accordance with the circuit diagram and screws are secured. No short-circuit occurs on power inputs or outputs. Yes No 3 Power cables and ground cables are not coiled and extra parts are cut off. Yes No 4 Connectors for power cables and ground cables are soldered or crimped securely. Yes No 5 Bare cables and terminal handles are completely wrapped with heat-shrink tubings. Yes No 6 Flat washers and spring washers are securely installed for all OT terminals, and all OT terminals are intact and properly connected. Yes No Cable checklist Table 7-4 provides the cable checklist. Table 7-4 Cable checklist No. Check That Result 1 All cable joints are secured properly, especially signal cables and the cables to the bottom of the cabinet. Yes No 2 Cables are bound neatly, and cable ties are secured evenly and properly in the same direction. Yes No 3 Power cables, protection cables, and signal cables are bound separately. Yes No 4 Cables are routed in a way convenient for maintenance and capacity expansion. Yes No 5 The cable tie tails on indoor cables are cut smoothly from the root, and the cable tie tails on outdoor cables are cut with a margin of 3 mm to 5 mm. Yes No 6 Unused ports are protected. Yes No
  89. 89. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 8 Power-on and Commissioning Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 83 8 Power-on and Commissioning  The following commissioning procedure may result in power failure or alarm generation. Inform the alarm center before and after the procedure.  The commissioning involves various technologies. Only trained personnel are allowed to perform commissioning. Perform operations strictly in compliance with the manual.  The commissioning is performed with power-on. During commissioning, stand on dry insulating objects, and remove conductive articles such as watches and rings. Use insulated tools.  During operations, do not contact two electric bodies that have different currents.  During commissioning, check that the status of the related unit or component meets requirements before turning on any switch.  When you are performing operations and do not want others to operate, attach the label "Do not turn on the switch because operations are in process." to the power distribution device.  During commissioning, shut down the device immediately if any fault is detected. Rectify the fault and proceed with the commissioning. 8.1 Connecting the Mains Supply Prerequisites In this scenario, power on and commission the PowerCube 1000 only when the mains power is normal. If the mains power is unavailable, use a mobile DG to supply AC power.
  90. 90. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 8 Power-on and Commissioning Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 84 Procedure Step 1 Reconnect the cable disconnected from two batteries. Step 2 Check that the AC input circuit breaker on the ACDU is OFF, and turn on the upstream mains AC switch for the ACDU. Step 3 Check that the AC input phase voltage ranges from 85 V AC to 300 V AC using a clamp meter. Step 4 Check that the battery string voltage ranges from 44.5 V DC to 57.6 V DC using a clamp meter. Step 5 Reinstall battery fuses in the DCDU using a fuse extracting unit. Before reinstalling a fuse, switch the AC input circuit breaker on the ACDU to OFF. Otherwise, the fuse will produce sparks during operation. Step 6 Switch the AC input circuit breaker on the ACDU to ON. Step 7 Check that the busbar voltage ranges from 44.5 V DC to 57.6 V DC using a clamp meter. ----End 8.2 Parameter Settings Context The following figure shows an SMU03A panel. Figure 8-1 SMU03A panel (1) Indicators (2) Liquid crystal display (3) Buttons
  91. 91. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 8 Power-on and Commissioning Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 85 (LCD) (4) Fast Ethernet (FE) port (5) RS485/RS232 port (6) COM1 port (7) COM2 port (8) USB port (protected by a security mechanism) Table 8-1 describes the buttons on the panel. Table 8-1 Button description Button Name Description or Up or down Allows you to view and set menu items. Return Returns to the previous menu without saving the settings. Enter  Enters the main menu from the standby screen.  Enters a submenu from the main menu.  Saves menu settings on a submenu. Note:  The ECC500 takes 3 minutes to start.  After a menu is displayed, the standby screen is displayed and the LCD screen becomes dark if no button is pressed for 5 minutes.  The preset user name is admin, and the preset password is 000001. Procedure Step 1 Set the display language. After powering on the ECC500, select ENGLISH and press the Enter button to enter the standby screen. Step 2 Set battery parameters. Setting Rated Capacity is not required for ESU-As.
  92. 92. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 8 Power-on and Commissioning Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 86 Table 8-2 Battery parameter settings Main Menu Second-Level Menu Third-Level Menu Fourth-Level Menu Default Value Setting Quick Para Set Site Summary Battery Type - DCB-A ESU-Ha ESS2 Rated Capacity - 490 Actual total battery string capacityb Cable Length - 1 Actual battery cable lengthc Cable CSA - 35 Actual cross-sectional area of a battery cablec a: The ECC500 will restart after the battery type is set and the restarting takes about 2 minutes. b: Actual total capacity of battery strings = Capacity of a single battery string x Number of battery strings (For example, if a single battery capacity is 490 Ah, then the capacity of one battery string is 490 Ah, and the capacity of two battery strings is 980 Ah.) c:  When each battery string is connected to the RTN+ busbar over one cable, set Cable Length to half of the total length of cables between both ends of a battery string and positive and negative busbars, and set Cable CSA to the cross-sectional area of the cable.  When each battery string is connected to the RTN+ busbar over two cables, set Cable Length to half of the total length of a suite of cables between both ends of a battery string and positive and negative busbars, and set Cable CSA to the sum of cross-sectional areas of the two cables. Step 3 Set system parameters. Set the time zone first, and then date and time. Otherwise, the date and time will be incorrect. Table 8-3 System parameter settings Main Menu Second-Level Menu Third-Level Menu Fourth-Level Menu Default Value Setting Quick Para Set System Para Set Time Zone - - Actual time zone Set Date - - Actual date Set Time - - Actual time
  93. 93. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 8 Power-on and Commissioning Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 87 Main Menu Second-Level Menu Third-Level Menu Fourth-Level Menu Default Value Setting Site ID - SMU_SITE Same as the site number or name Step 4 Set the DG configuration mode. Table 8-4 DG configuration mode settings Main Menu Second-Level Menu Third-Level Menu Fourth-Level Menu Default Value Setting Quick Para Set Site Summary DG Cfg Mode - Single DG No DG Step 5 Set the door status alarms. Table 8-5 Dry contact alarm status settings Main Menu Second-Level Menu Third-Level Menu Fourth-Level Menu Default Value Setting Device Para Set MUE05A Board MUE05A_DI2 Set - Normal Open Normal Close Step 6 Set communications parameters.  Communication over Huawei communications equipment Table 8-6 Communications parameter settings Main Menu Second-Level Menu Third-Level Menu Fourth-Level Menu Default Value Setting Func Para Set Comm Para Host Para Host Type NetEco Set based on site requirements Host Addr 27 Set based on site requirements  Communication over General packet radio service a. Set communications parameters.
  94. 94. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 8 Power-on and Commissioning Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 88 Table 8-7 Communications parameter settings Main Menu Second-Level Menu Third-Level Menu Fourth-Level Menu Default Value Setting Quick Para Set NetWork Para Network Mode - IP GPRS APN Name - CMNET Obtained from the survey table APN Number - *99***1# Obtained from the survey table Server Para Active NMS IP - - Obtained from the NMC Backup NMS IP - - Obtained from the NMC b. Check that the communications parameters are set successfully. If Comm OK is displayed on the ECC500 LCD, the GPRS networking setting is complete. Table 8-8 Communications status check Main Menu Second-Level Menu Third-Level Menu Fourth-Level Menu Default Value Displayed Value Running Info GPRS Comm State - - Dialup succeeded ----End 8.3 Connecting the Battery Supply (Lithium-ion Battery) Procedure Step 1 Reinstall the fuses in the DCDU using a fuse extracting unit or switch the battery circuit breaker in the DCDU to ON. Step 2 Flip the power switches on all ESMUs to ON. Step 3 After the initial power-on, the system executes automatic initialization to balance the voltage difference between ESU-As. Check the following items after 30 minutes to see whether the initialization is complete. 1. The ECC500 operating information displays that the battery status changes from Firston to Boost Charge or Float Charge. 2. The RUN indicators on all ESMUs blink at long intervals, and the CHG or DCHG indicators are steady on. 3. The ECC500 displays that the ESS voltage ranges from 50 V DC to 57 V DC.
  95. 95. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 8 Power-on and Commissioning Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 89 4. Neither the ECC500 nor the ESMU generates an alarm.  Typically, the initialization is complete within 15 minutes. If the voltage difference between ESU-As is great, the initialization may require 3.5 hours.  You can leave the site only after the initialization is complete. Step 4 Perform an ESU-A check on the ECC500 and check that the check result represents the actual number of ESMUs. Path: System Check > ESU-A Check ----End 8.4 Connecting the Load Supply Procedure Step 1 Switch on all load circuit breakers one by one. During the process, measure the busbar voltage using a clamp meter after switching on each circuit breaker. Then continue to switch on another circuit breaker after ensuring that the busbar voltage is between 44.5 V DC and 57.6 V DC. ----End
  96. 96. PowerCube 1000 Installation Guide (Nepal, Ncell, ICC310-H1H-C1, ESC500-A1, ESU-H) 9 Checking Equipment Issue 01 (2015-04-29) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 90 9 Checking Equipment Table 9-1 Checking Equipment No. Operation Result 1 Set all the switches to the appropriate status based on site requirements. □ Yes □ No 2 Observe the power system for 1 hour and check that no alarm (excluding door status alarms) is displayed on the liquid crystal display (LCD) of the monitoring module and that the voltage and current for batteries and loads are normal. □ Yes □ No 3 After power-on and commissioning, if the site cannot be powered on, switch off the battery circuit breaker or disconnect the battery fuse. If the site cannot be powered on within two months, disconnect the battery loop. □ Yes □ No 4 Reinstall the removed panel (if there is). □ Yes □ No 5 Take out firestop putty from the fitting bag. Seal used cable holes using the firestop putty, and block empty cable holes using plugs or lids. □ Yes □ No 6 The paint on the cabinet exterior should be intact. If paint flakes off, repaint the area to avoid corrosion. □ Yes □ No 7 Lock the cabinet door and hand over the key to the person in charge. Clean the site and leave. □ Yes □ No

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