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eSight V300R009C00 Operation Guide 09

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Power Distribution System

Power Distribution System

About Power Distribution

This section describes the basic functions of a power distribution system.

Context

The Power Distribution function option is not displayed in the main menu by default. To display it in the main menu, you need to enable the function in the eSight Infrastructure Management Maintenance Tool. For details, see eSight Infrastructure Manager Menu Settings in the eSight Product Documentation.

Function Description

A power distribution system includes high volt. distribution, power transformer, and UPS & battery room power distribution. You can design a logical topology for a power distribution system to achieve visualized operation and management and even function- and domain-specific management of the power distribution system.

  • Obtains data, such as the status, alarms, and properties, related to objects and counters included in the design based on specified relationships to manage the power distribution.
  • Manages power and running status and alarms related to power distribution devices to ensure continuous power supply for the equipment room.
  • Collects detector data to monitor the running status and alarms related to the power distribution system.
Interface
Figure 21-36 Power distribution system view for a park

Figure 21-37 Power distribution system view for a building

Figure 21-38 Power distribution system view for an equipment room

Buttons on the Toolbar
Table 21-12 Buttons on the toolbar
Button Description Function
Zoom In Used for zooming in the view.
Zoom Out Used for zooming out the view.
Zoom Reset Used for restoring the view.
Auto Fit Zoom Used for automatically adjusting the view to a proper size based on the screen size. The size ratio of objects in the view may be changed. However, the coordinates and shapes of the objects remain unchanged.
Export Image Used for exporting the view for the current management domain as an image to a PC.
Set Background Used for specifying a background for the view.
Save Used for saving the result of the current operation.
Export XML File Used for exporting a power distribution system design.
Import XML File Used for importing a power distribution system design.
Select XML File Used for selecting a standard power distribution single-line diagram in an equipment room or modular.
NOTE:
  • 2N: 2 same circuits
  • N+1: N undecided circuits and 1 standby circuit
Create Links Used for automatically creating the cable connections between switches and the bus bar after you select one bus bar and more than two switches in the design area.
Query View Used for switching the view to an editable state.

Creating a Power Distribution System

You can create a power distribution system for a park, building, room, container, modular or NetecoSite. The method of creating a power distribution system for a container box, modular, or NetecoSite is the same as that for a room.

Creating a Power Distribution System for a Park

Prerequisites

  • You have logged in to the eSight Infrastructure Manager client by web browser.
  • You are authorized to use View Infrastructure Right.
    The operation right consist of all operation rights for the following function menus:
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Monitor
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Alarm
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Business
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Analysis
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Configuration > Configuration Management > Access Control Management
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Configuration > Configuration Management > Device Software Management
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Configuration > Autocontrol > Autocontrol Strategy
    • Resource > Infrastructure > System
  • You have obtained the drawings of the actual single line diagram for the park.
  • On the Data Center Planning page, you have added buildings, high volt. distribution plants, and DG plants to management domains for parks, and have added power distribution devices to management domains for rooms.

Context

You can select a switch and transducer, high-voltage breaker cabinet, text or conducting wire and press Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V to add the switch and transducer, high-voltage breaker cabinet, text or conducting wire.

Procedure

  1. Choose Resource > Infrastructure > Monitor > Topo > Power Distribution System from the main menu. The Power Distribution System window is displayed.
  2. Choose a park, for which you want to create a power distribution system, under Root.

    The toolbar becomes visual.

    NOTE:
    • None of root node, container, and subnet supports teamwork control of the cooling system.
    • In the upper left corner of the current page, click to search for devices by management domain or device name.
    • In the upper left corner of the current page, click . In the displayed Hide Domain dialog box, select management domains and click OK not to display the selected management domains. Alternatively, you can deselect management domains to display them.

  3. Click on the toolbar.

    The edit area in the middle of the page becomes editable.

  4. Design a power distribution system for the park according to the actual power distribution drawings of the park.
    1. In the lower left area of the page, drag controls under Power Grid Node, Switch and Transducer or High-Voltage Switch Cabinet into the edit area according to the power distribution drawings of the park.

    2. In the Properties area, set Rated input current and Location for each power grid node.

    3. Unfold the conducting Wire and Connector, and click the conducting wire. Select two nodes in sequence in the design area to connect the nodes. Connect components based on the power distribution drawing.

      NOTE:
      • The power bus control and arrow controls need to be dragged into the edit area. Arrow controls are used for establishing links to other management domains.

      • To adjust the location of a power bus, you need to select the power bus and then click on the power bus.

      • To place a power bus vertically, you need to perform the following operations:
        1. Move the cursor to one end of the power bus.
        2. When the cursor turns cross-shaped, hold down the left mouse button to drag the end towards the other end of the power bus until the power bus becomes a point.
        3. Continue holding down the left mouse button, and then drag the point upwards or downwards.

    4. Modify the following properties of the wire: Line width, Dotted line, Flow direction, and Output arrow offset. You can set only the width and color for the bus bar.

      The width of the conducting wire ranges from 2 to 5 and that of the bus bar ranges from 5 to 10.

    5. Drag the text control under Tool into the edit area to enter text descriptions.

      NOTE:
      • The text control is used for entering text descriptions. In the Properties area, you can set properties, such as Text style, Font and Text background, for the text control.

      • The group control is used for grouping basic devices.

      • Measurement control is used for binding measurement counter to measurement control table, and display these measurement counter to user. You are allowed to install a maximum of 15 Measurement counters.

        Measurement counters of the following devices will be automatically bound. You can modify the bound counters as required.
        • GEN: output voltage and output frequency
        • Transformer: three-phase output voltage and operating temperature
        • PDU and HVDC: three-phase input voltage, three-phase input current, and frequency
        • UPS: three-phase output voltage, three-phase output current, and three-phase output load percentage
        • RPDU: three-phase input voltage and three-phase output current
        • Battery string: voltage, current, and temperature
      • Measurement: used for binding device counters in the management domain and displaying them in the unit of one counter control. You can bind only one counter. When you check the view, device running status is displayed by bound measurement counter.

    6. Repeat the preceding operations to complete the design.

      NOTE:

      To delete a control from the edit area, you need to click the control, click , and then choose Delete.

      To delete multiple controls in batches from the edit area, you need to hold down the left mouse button to select the controls at a time, click , and then choose Delete.

    7. After the power distribution diagram is drawn, bind the components in the figure with the corresponding devices and measurement counters through Properties.

      NOTE:
      • To configure properties for the switch and transducer controls, see Table 21-13.
      • To configure properties for the high-voltage breaker cabinet control, see Table 21-14.


      Select the component to be bound with the measurement counter and click on the right of Measurement counter. In the displayed Select Data dialog box, select the device and device measurement counter to be bound.



      Table 21-13 Properties of a switch or transducer

      Parameter

      Description

      Control name

      Indicates the name of the device.

      Rated current

      Indicates the rated current of the device.

      Measurement object

      Indicates the device to be measured. You can select any device among all management domains.
      • QF switch and Handcart Switch: bound to the coulometer in the power distribution cabinet.
      • UPS: bound to the uninterruptible power system (UPS).
      • PDU: bound to the power distribution unit (PDU).
      • ATS: bound to the AC transfer switch (ATS).
      • GEN: D.G.
      • T: transformer.
      • SPD: surge protective device (SPD).
      • CABLE: cable.
      • PE: protective earthing.
      • ACC and AP: bound to the power distribution frame (PDF) and coulometer.
      The eSight Infrastructure Manager binds certain measurement counters to each measurement object by default. You can configure these counters on the Template Configuration page. For details, see Template Configuration. After you bind measurement counters to a switch or transducer, you can move the cursor to the switch or transducer to check the values of all the measurement counters bound to the switch or transducer.
      NOTE:
      Switch cabinets include:
      • Switch cabinet I: This cabinet is deployed with the SPD.
      • Switch cabinet II: This cabinet provides the electrical parameter detection function.
      • Switch cabinet III: This is a common switch cabinet.

      Click on the right of the Measurement counter text box. In the displayed Select Data dialog box, select a measurement object in the left area and measurement counters in the right area, and then click OK.

      You can bind a maximum of 15 measurement counters to a measurement object.

      Measurement counter

      Bound alarm

      Bind alarm counters of the counter object to the power controller. So that the real time alarms of the counter object can be displayed through the power controller.
      NOTE:

      Click on the right of the Bound alarm text box. In the displayed Select Data dialog box, select alarms and click OK.

      You can bind a maximum of 20 alarms to a measurement object.

      You can bind alarms to a measurement object only after you bind measurement counters to the measurement object. When an alarm is reported, the icon for the device is displayed in the color corresponding to the severity of the alarm.

      Attribution cabinets

      Bind the QF-I or QF-III switch control and cabinets in the management domain.

      NOTE:

      Click on the right of Attribution cabinets. In the displayed Select Data dialog box, select cabinets and click OK.

      Switch status

      The status includes Open status and Close status. When selecting the QF switch, ATS, ACC, AP, or Handcart Switch control, you can set Switch status.

      NOTE:

      Click on the right of Switch status. In the displayed Select Data dialog box, select measurement objects and counters and click OK.

      You can bind only one counter.

      Display name Select Display name. The control name is displayed under the control.

      After selecting Display name, you can set Border, Font, Text background, Transparency, and Offset of the control name.

      Rotation angle You can rotate a control by 0, 90, 180, or 270 degrees.
      Table 21-14 Properties of a high-voltage switch cabinet

      Parameter

      Description

      Control name

      Indicates the name of the device. The names of high-voltage switch cabinets follow the design drawings.

      Rated current

      Indicates the rated current of the device.

      Measurement object

      Indicates the device to be measured. You can select any device among all management domains.
      • AH-I: bound to power meters that are used for measuring the high-voltage PDU devices.
      • AH-II: bound to power meters that are used for measuring the high-voltage PDU devices.
      • AH-III/AH-IV: bound to power meters that are used for measuring the high-voltage PDU devices.
      • AJ-I/AJ-II: bound to power meters that are used for measuring the high-voltage PDU devices.
      • AM: bound to power meters that are used for measuring the high-voltage PDU devices.
      • PE: bound to power meters that are used for measuring the high-voltage PDU devices.
      • TM: bound to transformers.
      • PT-I: bound to power meters that are used for measuring the high-voltage PDU devices.
      • PT: bound to power meters that are used for measuring the high-voltage PDU devices.
      • BT-I: bound to power meters that are used for measuring the high-voltage PDU devices.
      • BT-II: bound to power meters that are used for measuring the high-voltage PDU devices.
      The eSight Infrastructure Manager binds certain measurement counters to each measurement object by default. You can configure these counters on the Template Configuration page. For details, see Template Configuration. After you bind measurement counters to a high-voltage switch cabinet, you can move the cursor to the cabinet to check the values of all the measurement counters bound to the cabinet.
      NOTE:

      Click on the right of the Measurement counter text box. In the displayed Select Data dialog box, select a measurement object in the left area and measurement counters in the right area, and then click OK.

      You can bind a maximum of 15 measurement counters to a measurement object.

      Measurement counter

      Bound alarm

      Bind alarm counters of the counter object to the power controller. So that the real time alarms of the counter object can be displayed through the power controller.
      NOTE:

      Click on the right of the Bound alarm text box. In the displayed Select Data dialog box, select alarms and click OK.

      You can bind a maximum of 20 alarms to a measurement object.

      You can bind alarms to a measurement object only after you bind measurement counters to the measurement object. When an alarm is reported, the icon for the device is displayed in the color corresponding to the severity of the alarm.

      Switch status

      The status includes Open status and Close status. When selecting the AJ-I, E-SW, TM, or PT control, you cannot set Switch status.

      NOTE:

      Click on the right of Switch status. In the displayed Select Data dialog box, select measurement objects and counters and click OK.

      You can bind only one counter.

      Display name Select Display name. The control name is displayed under the control.

      After selecting Display name, you can set Border, Font, Text background, Transparency, and Offset of the control name.

      Rotation angle You can rotate a control by 0, 90, 180, or 270 degrees.

    8. Click on the toolbar.
    9. Click on the toolbar to lock the view.

    When checking status on the view, you can click a GEN, T, AH-II, UPS, PDU, rPDU, ATS, HVDC or BATTERY string to switch to the Overview tab page corresponding to the device in the Data Center View window.

    The following figure shows power distribution system design for a park:

    Figure 21-39 Power distribution system design for a park

Follow-up Procedure

The view supports the export function in a viewing state, and supports the import and export functions in an editable state.

Operation Description
Export data
  1. Click on the toolbar.
  2. In the displayed dialog box, specify a save path and click Save.
Import data
  1. Click on the toolbar.
  2. In the displayed dialog box, select the power distribution system file in XML format you want to import, and click OK.
  3. Modify the properties of controls.
  4. Click on the toolbar.
Creating a Power Distribution System for a Building

Prerequisites

  • You have logged in to the eSight Infrastructure Manager client by web browser.
  • You are authorized to use View Infrastructure Right.
    The operation right consist of all operation rights for the following function menus:
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Monitor
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Alarm
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Business
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Analysis
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Configuration > Configuration Management > Access Control Management
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Configuration > Configuration Management > Device Software Management
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Configuration > Autocontrol > Autocontrol Strategy
    • Resource > Infrastructure > System
  • You have obtained the drawings of the actual single line diagram for the building.
  • On the Data Center Planning page, you have added power transformer plants and UPS & battery rooms to management domains for buildings, and have added power distribution devices to management domains for rooms.

Context

You can select a switch and transducer, high-voltage breaker cabinet, text or conducting wire and press Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V to add the switch and transducer, high-voltage breaker cabinet, text or conducting wire.

Procedure

  1. Choose Resource > Infrastructure > Monitor > Topo > Power Distribution System from the main menu. The Power Distribution System window is displayed.
  2. Choose a building, for which you want to create a power distribution system, under Root.

    The toolbar becomes visual.

    NOTE:
    • None of root node, container, and subnet supports teamwork control of the cooling system.
    • In the upper left corner of the current page, click to search for devices by management domain or device name.
    • In the upper left corner of the current page, click . In the displayed Hide Domain dialog box, select management domains and click OK not to display the selected management domains. Alternatively, you can deselect management domains to display them.

  3. Click on the toolbar.

    The edit area in the middle of the page becomes editable.

  4. Design a power distribution system for the building according to the actual power distribution drawings of the building.
    1. In the lower left area of the page, drag controls under Power Grid Node, Switch and Transducer or High-Voltage Switch Cabinet into the edit area according to the power distribution drawings of the building.

    2. In the Properties area, set Rated input current and Location for each power grid node.

    3. Unfold the conducting Wire and Connector, and click the conducting wire. Select two nodes in sequence in the design area to connect the nodes. Connect components based on the power distribution drawing.

      NOTE:
      • The power bus control and arrow controls need to be dragged into the edit area. Arrow controls are used for establishing links to other management domains.

      • To adjust the location of a power bus, you need to select the power bus and then click on the power bus.

      • To place a power bus vertically, you need to perform the following operations:
        1. Move the cursor to one end of the power bus.
        2. When the cursor turns cross-shaped, hold down the left mouse button to drag the end towards the other end of the power bus until the power bus becomes a point.
        3. Continue holding down the left mouse button, and then drag the point upwards or downwards.

    4. Modify the following properties of the wire: Line width, Dotted line, Flow direction, and Output arrow offset.

    5. Drag the text control under Tool into the edit area to enter text descriptions.

      NOTE:
      • The text control is used for entering text descriptions. In the Properties area, you can set properties, such as Text style, Font and Text background, for the text control.

      • The group control is used for grouping basic devices.

      • Measurement control is used for binding measurement counter to measurement control table, and display these measurement counter to user. You are allowed to install a maximum of 15 Measurement counters.

        Measurement counters of the following devices will be automatically bound. You can modify the bound counters as required.
        • GEN: output voltage and output frequency
        • Transformer: three-phase output voltage and operating temperature
        • PDU and HVDC: three-phase input voltage, three-phase input current, and frequency
        • UPS: three-phase output voltage, three-phase output current, and three-phase output load percentage
        • RPDU: three-phase input voltage and three-phase output current
        • Battery string: voltage, current, and temperature
      • Measurement: used for binding device counters in the management domain and displaying them in the unit of one counter control. You can bind only one counter. When you check the view, device running status is displayed by bound measurement counter.

    6. Repeat the preceding operations to complete the design.

      NOTE:

      To delete a control from the edit area, you need to click the control, click , and then choose Delete.

      To delete multiple controls in batches from the edit area, you need to hold down the left mouse button to select the controls at a time, click , and then choose Delete.

    7. After the power distribution diagram is drawn, bind the components in the figure with the corresponding devices and measurement counters through Properties.

      NOTE:
      • To configure properties for the switch and transducer controls, see Table 21-15.
      • To configure properties for the high-voltage breaker cabinet control, see Table 21-16.


      Select the component to be bound with the measurement counter and click on the right of Measurement counter. In the displayed Select Data dialog box, select the device and device measurement counter to be bound.



      Table 21-15 Properties of a switch or transducer

      Parameter

      Description

      Control name

      Indicates the name of the device.

      Rated current

      Indicates the rated current of the device.

      Measurement object

      Indicates the device to be measured. You can select any device among all management domains.
      • QF switch and Handcart Switch: bound to the coulometer in the power distribution cabinet.
      • UPS: bound to the uninterruptible power system (UPS).
      • PDU: bound to the power distribution unit (PDU).
      • ATS: bound to the AC transfer switch (ATS).
      • GEN: D.G.
      • T: transformer.
      • SPD: surge protective device (SPD).
      • CABLE: cable.
      • PE: protective earthing.
      • ACC and AP: bound to the power distribution frame (PDF) and coulometer.
      The eSight Infrastructure Manager binds certain measurement counters to each measurement object by default. You can configure these counters on the Template Configuration page. For details, see Template Configuration. After you bind measurement counters to a switch or transducer, you can move the cursor to the switch or transducer to check the values of all the measurement counters bound to the switch or transducer.
      NOTE:
      Switch cabinets include:
      • Switch cabinet I: This cabinet is deployed with the SPD.
      • Switch cabinet II: This cabinet provides the electrical parameter detection function.
      • Switch cabinet III: This is a common switch cabinet.

      Click on the right of the Measurement counter text box. In the displayed Select Data dialog box, select a measurement object in the left area and measurement counters in the right area, and then click OK.

      You can bind a maximum of 15 measurement counters to a measurement object.

      Measurement counter

      Bound alarm

      Bind alarm counters of the counter object to the power controller. So that the real time alarms of the counter object can be displayed through the power controller.
      NOTE:

      Click on the right of the Bound alarm text box. In the displayed Select Data dialog box, select alarms and click OK.

      You can bind a maximum of 20 alarms to a measurement object.

      You can bind alarms to a measurement object only after you bind measurement counters to the measurement object. When an alarm is reported, the icon for the device is displayed in the color corresponding to the severity of the alarm.

      Attribution cabinets

      Bind the QF-I or QF-III switch control and cabinets in the management domain.

      NOTE:

      Click on the right of Attribution cabinets. In the displayed Select Data dialog box, select cabinets and click OK.

      Switch Status

      The status includes Open Status and Close Status. When selecting the QF switch, ATS, ACC, AP, or Handcart Switch control, you can set Switch Status.

      NOTE:

      Click on the right of Switch Status. In the displayed Select Data dialog box, select measurement objects and counters and click OK.

      You can bind only one counter.

      Display name Select Display name. The control name is displayed under the control.

      After selecting Display name, you can set Border, Font, Text background, Transparency, and Offset of the control name.

      Rotation angle You can rotate a control by 0, 90, 180, or 270 degrees.
      Table 21-16 Properties of a high-voltage switch cabinet

      Parameter

      Description

      Control name

      Indicates the name of the device. The names of high-voltage switch cabinets follow the design drawings.

      Rated current

      Indicates the rated current of the device.

      Measurement object

      Indicates the device to be measured. You can select any device among all management domains.
      • AH-I: bound to power meters that are used for measuring the high-voltage PDU devices.
      • AH-II: bound to power meters that are used for measuring the high-voltage PDU devices.
      • AH-III/AH-IV: bound to power meters that are used for measuring the high-voltage PDU devices.
      • AJ-I/AJ-II: bound to power meters that are used for measuring the high-voltage PDU devices.
      • AM: bound to power meters that are used for measuring the high-voltage PDU devices.
      • PE: bound to power meters that are used for measuring the high-voltage PDU devices.
      • TM: bound to transformers.
      • PT-I: bound to power meters that are used for measuring the high-voltage PDU devices.
      • PT: bound to power meters that are used for measuring the high-voltage PDU devices.
      • BT-I: bound to power meters that are used for measuring the high-voltage PDU devices.
      • BT-II: bound to power meters that are used for measuring the high-voltage PDU devices.
      The eSight Infrastructure Manager binds certain measurement counters to each measurement object by default. You can configure these counters on the Template Configuration page. For details, see Template Configuration. After you bind measurement counters to a high-voltage switch cabinet, you can move the cursor to the cabinet to check the values of all the measurement counters bound to the cabinet.
      NOTE:

      Click on the right of the Measurement counter text box. In the displayed Select Data dialog box, select a measurement object in the left area and measurement counters in the right area, and then click OK.

      You can bind a maximum of 15 measurement counters to a measurement object.

      Measurement counter

      Bound alarm

      Bind alarm counters of the counter object to the power controller. So that the real time alarms of the counter object can be displayed through the power controller.
      NOTE:

      Click on the right of the Bound alarm text box. In the displayed Select Data dialog box, select alarms and click OK.

      You can bind a maximum of 20 alarms to a measurement object.

      You can bind alarms to a measurement object only after you bind measurement counters to the measurement object. When an alarm is reported, the icon for the device is displayed in the color corresponding to the severity of the alarm.

      Switch Status

      The status includes Open Status and Close Status. When selecting the AJ-I, E-SW, TM, or PT control, you cannot set Switch Status.

      NOTE:

      Click on the right of Switch Status. In the displayed Select Data dialog box, select measurement objects and counters and click OK.

      You can bind only one counter.

      Display name Select Display name. The control name is displayed under the control.

      After selecting Display name, you can set Border, Font, Text background, Transparency, and Offset of the control name.

      Rotation angle You can rotate a control by 0, 90, 180, or 270 degrees.

    8. Click on the toolbar.
    9. Click on the toolbar to lock the view.

    When checking status on the view, you can click a GEN, T, AH-II, UPS, PDU, rPDU, ATS, HVDC or BATTERY string to switch to the Overview tab page corresponding to the device in the Data Center View window.

    The following figure shows the power distribution system design for a building:

    Figure 21-40 Power distribution system design for a building

Follow-up Procedure

The view supports the export function in a viewing state, and supports the import and export functions in an editable state.

Operation Description
Export data
  1. Click on the toolbar.
  2. In the displayed dialog box, specify a save path and click Save.
Import data
  1. Click on the toolbar.
  2. In the displayed dialog box, select the power distribution system file in XML format you want to import, and click OK.
  3. Modify the properties of controls.
  4. Click on the toolbar.
Creating a Power Distribution System for a Room

Prerequisites

  • You have logged in to the eSight Infrastructure Manager client by web browser.
  • You are authorized to use View Infrastructure Right.
    The operation right consist of all operation rights for the following function menus:
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Monitor
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Alarm
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Business
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Analysis
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Configuration > Configuration Management > Access Control Management
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Configuration > Configuration Management > Device Software Management
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Configuration > Autocontrol > Autocontrol Strategy
    • Resource > Infrastructure > System
  • You have obtained the drawings of the actual single line diagram for the room.
  • You have added power distribution devices to management domains for rooms on the Data Center Planning page.

Context

You can select a switch and transducer, high-voltage breaker cabinet, text or conducting wire and press Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V to add the switch and transducer, high-voltage breaker cabinet, text or conducting wire.

Procedure

  1. Choose Resource > Infrastructure > Monitor > Topo > Power Distribution System from the main menu. The Power Distribution System window is displayed.
  2. Choose a room, for which you want to create a power distribution system, under Root.

    The toolbar becomes visual.

    NOTE:
    • None of root node, container, and subnet supports teamwork control of the cooling system.
    • In the upper left corner of the current page, click to search for devices by management domain or device name.
    • In the upper left corner of the current page, click . In the displayed Hide Domain dialog box, select management domains and click OK not to display the selected management domains. Alternatively, you can deselect management domains to display them.

  3. Click on the toolbar.

    The edit area in the middle of the page becomes editable.

  4. Design a power distribution system for the room according to the actual power distribution drawings of the room.
    1. In the lower left area of the page, drag controls under Switch and Transducer or High-Voltage Switch Cabinet into the edit area according to the power distribution drawings of the room.

    2. Unfold the conducting Wire and Connector, and click the conducting wire. Select two nodes in sequence in the design area to connect the nodes. Connect components based on the power distribution drawing.

      NOTE:
      • The power bus control and arrow controls need to be dragged into the edit area. Arrow controls are used for establishing links to other management domains.

      • To adjust the location of a power bus, you need to select the power bus and then click on the power bus.

      • To place a power bus vertically, you need to perform the following operations:
        1. Move the cursor to one end of the power bus.
        2. When the cursor turns cross-shaped, hold down the left mouse button to drag the end towards the other end of the power bus until the power bus becomes a point.
        3. Continue holding down the left mouse button, and then drag the point upwards or downwards.

    3. In the Properties area, set properties for the wire.

    4. Drag controls under Tool into the edit area.

      NOTE:
      • The text control is used for entering text descriptions. In the Properties area, you can set properties, such as Text style, Font and Text background, for the text control.

      • The group control is used for grouping basic devices.

      • Measurement control is used for binding measurement counter to measurement control table, and display these measurement counter to user. You are allowed to install a maximum of 15 Measurement counters.

        Measurement counters of the following devices will be automatically bound. You can modify the bound counters as required.
        • GEN: output voltage and output frequency
        • Transformer: three-phase output voltage and operating temperature
        • PDU and HVDC: three-phase input voltage, three-phase input current, and frequency
        • UPS: three-phase output voltage, three-phase output current, and three-phase output load percentage
        • RPDU: three-phase input voltage and three-phase output current
        • Battery string: voltage, current, and temperature
      • Measurement: used for binding device counters in the management domain and displaying them in the unit of one counter control. You can bind only one counter. When you check the view, device running status is displayed by bound measurement counter.

      The following figure shows the power distribution diagram.



      NOTE:

      To delete a control from the edit area, you need to click the control, click , and then choose Delete.

      To delete multiple controls in batches from the edit area, you need to hold down the left mouse button to select the controls at a time, click , and then choose Delete.

    5. After the power distribution diagram is drawn, bind the components in the figure with the corresponding devices and measurement counters through Properties.

      NOTE:
      • To configure properties for the switch and transducer controls, see Table 21-17.
      • To configure properties for the high-voltage breaker cabinet control, see Table 21-18.

      For example, the switch in the distributing cabinet is bound with the coulometer. Therefore, you can bind the measurement counter of the coulometer in the Properties column. The ATS needs to be bound with the ATS controller, for example, 8D controller of the ABB.

      Select the component to be bound with the measurement counter and click on the right of Measurement counter. In the displayed Select Data dialog box, select the device and device measurement counter to be bound.



      Table 21-17 Properties of a switch or transducer

      Parameter

      Description

      Control name

      Indicates the name of the device.

      Rated current

      Indicates the rated current of the device.

      Measurement object

      Indicates the device to be measured. You can select any device among all management domains.
      • QF switch and Handcart Switch: bound to the coulometer in the power distribution cabinet.
      • UPS: bound to the uninterruptible power system (UPS).
      • RPDU: bound to the power distribution unit (PDU).
      • ATS: bound to the AC transfer switch (ATS).
      • GEN: D.G.
      • T: transformer.
      • SPD: surge protective device (SPD).
      • CABLE: cable.
      • PE: protective earthing.
      • HVDC or PDU: bound to the power distribution unit (PDU).
      • BATTERY: bound to the battery string.
      • ACC and AP: bound to the power distribution frame (PDF) and coulometer.
      The eSight Infrastructure Manager binds certain measurement counters to each measurement object by default. You can configure these counters on the Template Configuration page. For details, see Template Configuration. After you bind measurement counters to a switch or transducer, you can move the cursor to the switch or transducer to check the values of all the measurement counters bound to the switch or transducer.
      NOTE:
      Switch cabinets include:
      • Switch cabinet I: This cabinet is deployed with the SPD.
      • Switch cabinet II: This cabinet provides the electrical parameter detection function.
      • Switch cabinet III: This is a common switch cabinet.

      Click on the right of the Measurement counter text box. In the displayed Select Data dialog box, select a measurement object in the left area and measurement counters in the right area, and then click OK.

      You can bind a maximum of 15 measurement counters to a measurement object.

      Measurement counter

      Bound alarm

      Bind alarm counters of the counter object to the power controller. So that the real time alarms of the counter object can be displayed through the power controller.
      NOTE:

      Click on the right of the Bound alarm text box. In the displayed Select Data dialog box, select alarms and click OK.

      You can bind a maximum of 20 alarms to a measurement object.

      You can bind alarms to a measurement object only after you bind measurement counters to the measurement object. When an alarm is reported, the icon for the device is displayed in the color corresponding to the severity of the alarm.

      Attribution cabinets

      Bind the QF-I or QF-III switch control and cabinets in the management domain.

      NOTE:

      Click on the right of Attribution cabinets. In the displayed Select Data dialog box, select cabinets and click OK.

      Switch Status

      The status includes Open Status and Close Status. When selecting the QF switch, ATS, ACC, AP, or Handcart Switch control, you can set Switch Status.

      NOTE:

      Click on the right of Switch Status. In the displayed Select Data dialog box, select measurement objects and counters and click OK.

      You can bind only one counter.

      Display name Select Display name. The control name is displayed under the control.

      After selecting Display name, you can set Border, Font, Text background, Transparency, and Offset of the control name.

      Rotation angle You can rotate a control by 0, 90, 180, or 270 degrees.
      Table 21-18 Properties of a high-voltage switch cabinet

      Parameter

      Description

      Control name

      Indicates the name of the device. The names of high-voltage switch cabinets follow the design drawings.

      Rated current

      Indicates the rated current of the device.

      Measurement object

      Indicates the device to be measured. You can select any device among all management domains.
      • AH-I: bound to power meters that are used for measuring the high-voltage PDU devices.
      • AH-II: bound to power meters that are used for measuring the high-voltage PDU devices.
      • AH-III/AH-IV: bound to power meters that are used for measuring the high-voltage PDU devices.
      • AJ-I/AJ-II: bound to power meters that are used for measuring the high-voltage PDU devices.
      • AM: bound to power meters that are used for measuring the high-voltage PDU devices.
      • PE: bound to power meters that are used for measuring the high-voltage PDU devices.
      • TM: bound to transformers.
      • PT-I: bound to power meters that are used for measuring the high-voltage PDU devices.
      • PT: bound to power meters that are used for measuring the high-voltage PDU devices.
      • BT-I: bound to power meters that are used for measuring the high-voltage PDU devices.
      • BT-II: bound to power meters that are used for measuring the high-voltage PDU devices.
      The eSight Infrastructure Manager binds certain measurement counters to each measurement object by default. You can configure these counters on the Template Configuration page. For details, see Template Configuration. After you bind measurement counters to a high-voltage switch cabinet, you can move the cursor to the cabinet to check the values of all the measurement counters bound to the cabinet.
      NOTE:

      Click on the right of the Measurement counter text box. In the displayed Select Data dialog box, select a measurement object in the left area and measurement counters in the right area, and then click OK.

      You can bind a maximum of 15 measurement counters to a measurement object.

      Measurement counter

      Bound alarm

      Bind alarm counters of the counter object to the power controller. So that the real time alarms of the counter object can be displayed through the power controller.
      NOTE:

      Click on the right of the Bound alarm text box. In the displayed Select Data dialog box, select alarms and click OK.

      You can bind a maximum of 20 alarms to a measurement object.

      You can bind alarms to a measurement object only after you bind measurement counters to the measurement object. When an alarm is reported, the icon for the device is displayed in the color corresponding to the severity of the alarm.

      Switch Status

      The status includes Open Status and Close Status. When selecting the AJ-I, E-SW, TM, or PT control, you cannot set Switch Status.

      NOTE:

      Click on the right of Switch Status. In the displayed Select Data dialog box, select measurement objects and counters and click OK.

      You can bind only one counter.

      Display name Select Display name. The control name is displayed under the control.

      After selecting Display name, you can set Border, Font, Text background, Transparency, and Offset of the control name.

      Rotation angle You can rotate a control by 0, 90, 180, or 270 degrees.

    6. Drag the detector to the power distribution component.

      NOTE:

      Detectors can be bound to devices, such as switches (1P, 2P, and 3P), RPDUs, UPSs, diesel engines, and transformers.

      • Select a detector in the Detector column, and drag the detector to the component that has bound with the measurement counter. The detectors include Current(A), Voltage(V), Energy(Wh), and Power(W).
        NOTE:
        • Current(A) Detector can be dragged to the component bound with the current counter.
        • Voltage(V) Detector can be dragged to the component bound with the voltage counter.
        • Energy(Wh) Detector can be dragged to the component bound with the energy counter.
        • Power(W) Detector can be dragged to the component bound with the power counter.
      • Name a detector in the Properties column.
      • Select the energy(Wh) detector. In the Properties column, click on the right of Measurement point type. In the displayed Select Measurement Point Type dialog box, classify the electric quantity. The measurement point types include Total Energy, IT Equipment, and Infrastructure.

        NOTE:
        Only power detectors support setting the measurement point type.

    7. Group the electric quantity counters to calculate the total electric quantity in different configuration scenarios.

      • The primary line has no electric quantity measurement point. You need to calculate the total electric quantity through the branch line.
      • When you need to calculate the PUE, configure the total electric quantity. For example, when you need to calculate the PUE of a modular in a room, select electric quantity counters and calculate the total electric quantity.

      For details about the configurations of electric quantity counters, see Configuring PUE Counters.

    8. Click on the toolbar.
    9. Click on the toolbar to lock the view.

    When checking status on the view, you can click a GEN, T, AH-II, UPS, PDU, rPDU, ATS, HVDC or BATTERY string to switch to the Overview tab page corresponding to the device in the Data Center View window.

    The following figure shows the power distribution system design for a room:

    Figure 21-41 Power distribution system design for a room

    The view supports the export function in a viewing state, and supports the import and export functions in an editable state.

    Operation Description
    Export data
    1. Click on the toolbar.
    2. In the displayed dialog box, specify a save path and click Save.
    Import data
    1. Click on the toolbar.
    2. In the displayed dialog box, select the power distribution system file in XML format you want to import, and click OK.
    3. Modify the properties of controls.
    4. Click on the toolbar.

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