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TP48200A-HT15D3 Outdoor Power System User Manual (Russia, Megafon)

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Table 2-1 describes the TP48200A-HT15D3 configurations.

Table 2-1  Configurations



Application environment

Class C




A maximum of four R4850G2s or R4850N2s

Maximum output current

200 A

Temperature control capacity

Equipment compartment: heat exchanger ≥ 85 W/k

Battery compartment: TEC (200 W cooling capacity and 400 W heating capacity), 500 W heater

Heat dissipation

  • Equipment compartment: heat exchanger
  • Battery compartment: TEC






  • Mandatory: battery temperature sensor, door status sensor, smoke sensor, and equipment compartment temperature sensor
  • Optional: temperature and humidity sensor and water sensor




One string of 12 V, 150 Ah batteries

  • Class A environments refer to indoor environments where temperature and humidity is controllable, including rooms where human beings live.
  • Class B environments refer to indoor environments in which the ambient temperature and humidity are not controlled and outdoor environments (with simple shielding measures) where humidity can reach 100%.
  • Class C environments refer to sea environments or outdoor land environments (with simple shielding measures) near pollution sources. If a site is near a pollution source, it is at most 3.7 km away from salt water, such as the sea and salt lakes, 3 km away from heavy pollution sources, such as smelteries, coal mines, and thermal power plants, 2 km away from medium pollution sources, such as chemical, rubber, and galvanization industries, and 1 km away from light pollution sources, such as packing houses, tanneries, and boiler rooms.
  • Class D environments refer to areas about 500 m away from the seashore. Class D environments are special Class C environments.
Updated: 2019-03-05

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