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Configuration Guide - Device Management

S1720, S2700, S5700, and S6720 V200R011C10

This document describes the principles and configurations of the Device Management features, and provides configuration examples of these features.
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Configuring the Battery

Configuring the Battery

Context

To prevent service interruption caused by mains power outage, core and aggregation devices are often deployed in equipment rooms with uninterruptible power supplies (UPSs). However, deploying UPSs for access devices is costly because a large number of access devices are located in a wide range, for example, on different floors. A traditional method is to use external batteries for backup, but external batteries are difficult to manage and deploy. To solve this problem, the S5700-28P-LI-BAT and S5700-28P-LI-24S-BAT provide a battery slot to install the following batteries and power modules.

For details about the batteries and battery charger module, see Batteries in "Battery LAN Switches Overview" in the Hardware Installation and Maintenance Guide.

You can perform the following operations on the S5700-28P-LI-BAT and S5700-28P-LI-24S-BAT to manage batteries:
  • View the battery status: Check the real-time status of batteries to determine whether the batteries are working normally. Upon a power outage, batteries can supply power to the device.
  • Set the lifetime expiration alarm threshold for a lithium battery: If a lithium battery discharges too fast and cannot work normally, its lifetime will expire soon. During a discharge, if the time taken to consume 10% of the total power is shorter than the alarm threshold, the lifetime of the lithium battery is about to expire. When this occurs, the device generates an alarm. You can then replace the lithium battery to ensure normal operation of the device in the case of a mains power outage.
  • Turn off a lithium battery: When the device has a lithium battery installed, the lithium battery can supply power to the device when the power supply is turned off. To power off the device, turn off the lithium battery after turning off the power supply.
NOTE:

You can set the lifetime expiration alarm threshold and turn off the lithium battery only when the device has a lithium battery installed.

In addition to using a display command, you can also check the battery working status by observing the battery indicator (BAT) on the device panel and the STATUS indicator on the lithium battery or lead-acid battery charger module. Table 3-3 and Table 3-4 describe the meaning of the BAT and STATUS indicators in each state.
Table 3-3  Description of the BAT indicator
Indicator Color Description
Lithium Battery Lead-Acid Battery Power Module
BAT Off No lithium battery is present. No lead-acid battery is present. No power module is available.
Green
  • Steady on: The battery is working normally.
  • Fast blinking (4 times every second): The battery is discharging.
  • Slow blinking (1 times every two seconds): The battery is charging.

Steady on: The battery is working normally.

Steady on: The power module is working normally.

Yellow

The lithium battery does not work normally.

  • The lead-acid battery does not work normally.
  • A lead-acid battery board is installed but no lead-acid battery is connected to it.

The power module does not work normally.

Table 3-4  Description of the STATUS indicator
Indicator Color Description
Lithium Battery Lead-Acid Battery
STATUS Off
  • No lithium battery is available.
  • The lithium battery does not work normally.
  • No lead-acid battery charger module is available.
  • A lead-acid battery charger module is installed but no lead-acid battery is connected to it.
  • The lead-acid battery does not work normally.
Green
  • Steady on: The battery is in full power state.
  • Fast blinking (4 times every second): The battery is discharging.
  • Slow blinking (1 times every two seconds): The battery is charging.

Steady on: The lead-acid battery is working normally.

Procedure

  • Check the battery status.

    • Run display device battery

      The working status of the battery is displayed.

  • Set the lifetime expiration alarm threshold for the lithium battery.
    1. Run system-view

      The system view is displayed.

    2. Run set device battery lifetime threshold threshold [ slot slot-id ]

      The lifetime expiration alarm threshold is set for the lithium battery.

      By default, the lifetime expiration alarm threshold for a lithium battery is 20 minutes.

      After configuring the alarm threshold, you can run the display device battery lifetime threshold [ slot slot-id ] command to verify the configuration.

  • Turn off the lithium battery.
    1. Run system-view

      The system view is displayed.

    2. Run set device battery off [ slot slot-id ]

      The lithium battery is turned off and no longer supplies power to the device.

      NOTE:

      You can turn off the lithium battery only after the power supply of the device is turned off.

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