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OSN 500 550 580 V100R008C50 Commissioning and Configuration Guide 02

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Controlling Outdoor Cabinets

Controlling Outdoor Cabinets

You can monitor and control the temperature, humidity, and power supply in outdoor cabinets by using the NMS.

NOTE:
  • APM30 (Ver.B) supports the configuration and query of the temperature, fans, and power system, the query of ambient temperature and humidity, and the configuration of PUM temperature and humidity.
  • APM30 (Ver.D) and TMC11H support only the configuration and query of temperature and door access control.

Setting the Type of an Outdoor Cabinet

After setting the type of an outdoor cabinet, you can set the parameters of logical boards for the outdoor cabinet.

Prerequisites

You are an NM user with Operator Group rights or higher.
Impact on System

You can control and monitor an outdoor cabinet on the NMS only after you set the type of the outdoor cabinet.

Tools, Instruments, and Materials

U2000

Procedure

  1. Select the required NE in NE Explorer. Choose Configuration > NE Attribute from Function Tree.
  2. Click the Advance Attribute tab and choose the type of the outdoor cabinet from the drop-down list of Outdoor Rack.

    • Outdoor Rack set for an OptiX OSN NE must be the same as the actual type of the outdoor cabinet housing the OptiX OSN NE.
    • To change the value of Outdoor Rack, set Outdoor Rack to Unconfigured and then set Outdoor Rack to the desired type.

Querying and Setting the Temperature and Fan Information of an Outdoor Cabinet

By performing this task, you can not only query the temperature and fan information of an outdoor cabinet, but also set the temperature alarm thresholds, fan speed adjustment modes, and TCU alarm level.

Prerequisites

  • The logical board of TCU is already added to NE Panel on the U2000.
  • You are an NM user with Operator Group rights or higher.
Impact on System

None.

Tools, Instruments, and Materials

U2000

Procedure

  1. Select TCU in NE Explorer. Choose Configuration > Environment Monitor Configuration > Environment Monitor Interface from Function Tree.
  2. Choose Outdoor cabinet interface from the drop-down list of Environment Monitor Interface.
  3. Click Query to query the temperature and the fan rotating speed.
  4. Set the fan speed adjustment modes.
    1. Set the speed adjustment parameters according to the value of Work mode.

      • If Work mode is set to Temperature control speed adjustment, you need not set other parameters.
      • If Work mode is set to Master control fan speed grade, set Fan speed grade Attribute to Fixation high speed or Fixation low speed. If Work mode is set to Master control fan speed percent, you can set Speed of internal circulation fan(RPM) and Speed of external circulation fan(RPM).

    2. Click Apply.
  5. Set temperature alarm thresholds.
    1. Set High temperature threshold(°C) and Low temperature threshold(°C).
    2. Click Apply.
  6. Set the levels of smoke alarm, water alarm, door status alarm, and lightning alarm.
    1. Choose High signal level or Low signal level from the drop-down lists of Smoke Alarm Level, Water Alarm Level, Door Status Alarm Level, and Lightning Alarm Level.
    2. Click Apply.

Querying and Setting the Power System Information of an Outdoor Cabinet

By performing this task, you can query and set the power module of an outdoor cabinet and the information about the battery managed by the PSU.

Prerequisites

  • The logical board of PMU is already added to NE Panel on the U2000.
  • You are an NM user with Operator Group rights or higher.
Impact on System

None.

Tools, Instruments, and Materials

U2000

Procedure

  1. Select PMU in NE Explorer. Choose Configuration > Environment Monitor Configuration > Environment Monitor Interface from Function Tree.
  2. Choose Outdoor cabinet interface from the drop-down list of Environment Monitor Interface.
  3. Click Query to query the power system information of the outdoor cabinet.
  4. Set the power system information.
  5. Click Apply.
  6. Choose Outdoor cabinet electrical source system attribute from the drop-down list of Environment Monitor Interface.
  7. Set the power system information.
  8. Click Apply.

Querying the Ambient Temperature and Humidity of an Outdoor Cabinet

The PMU can monitor the ambient temperature and humidity of an outdoor cabinet.

Prerequisites

  • The logical board of PMU is already added to NE Panel on the U2000.
  • You are an NM user with Operator Group rights or higher.
Impact on System

None.

Tools, Instruments, and Materials

U2000

Procedure

  1. Query the ambient humidity.
    1. Select PMU in NE Explorer. Choose Configuration > Environment Monitor Configuration > Environment Monitor Interface from Function Tree.
    2. Choose Outdoor cabinet interface from the drop-down list of Environment Monitor Interface.
    3. Click Query to query the ambient humidity.
  2. Query the ambient temperature.
    1. Choose Outdoor cabinet Ambient temperature from the drop-down list of Environment Monitor Interface.
    2. Click Query to query the ambient temperature.

Setting the Temperature and Humidity Alarm Thresholds for the PMU

If the temperature or humidity of an outdoor cabinet exceeds the threshold, the PUM reports the ODC_TEMP_ABN or ODC_HUMI_ABN alarm.

Prerequisites

  • The logical board of the PUM must be added to NE Panel on the U2000.
  • You are an NM user with Operator Group rights or higher.
Impact on System

None.

Tools, Instruments, and Materials

U2000

Procedure

  1. In NE Explorer, select PMU. Choose Configuration > Environment Monitor Configuration > Environment Monitor Interface from the Function Tree.
  2. Select Outdoor cabinet alarm threshold from the drop-down list of Environment Monitor Interface.
  3. Select Operation Object. Set Upper Alarm Threshold for Ambient Temperature(°C), Lower Alarm Threshold for Ambient Temperature(°C), Upper Alarm Threshold for Ambient Humidity(RH%), and Lower Alarm Threshold for Ambient Humidity(RH%).
  4. Click Apply.
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Updated: 2019-01-21

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