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ME60 V800R010C10SPC500 Hardware Description

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ME60-X3 Power Supply System

ME60-X3 Power Supply System

Architecture of the Power Supply System

The ME60-X3 supports either DC or AC power supply.

Power modules convert the input voltage into -48 V DC voltage to supply power for the entire system. The power supply system has the following features:

  • The power supply system consists of two AC power modules or two DC power modules working in 1+1 backup mode.

  • Both AC power modules and DC power modules support alarm functions. DC power modules support I2C communications and AC power modules support RS485 communications.

Two AC power modules or two DC power modules work in 1+1 backup mode to improve the reliability of power supply. Figure 8-1 shows the power supply system.

Figure 8-1 Diagram of the DC power supply system

PEM

The PEM is a 48V DC power entry module.

Overview

Table 8-1 Power attributes

Attribute

Description

Description

48V DC Power Entry Module

BOM

02120529

Model

CR52-PEMA

Table 8-2 Mapping products and versions

Product

Earliest Software Version

ME60-X3

V800R008C10

Appearance



Panel

Table 8-3 Indicators

Indicator

Color

Description

RUN

Green

Indicates normal power output. If the indicator is steady on, the power output is normal.

ALM

Red

Power failure indicator. If the indicator is steady on, it indicates the following:
  • The lightning protection link of the power module failed.

  • The power modules do not have input power.

Function

The PEM of the has one straight-through power input that provides the following functions:

  • Surge protection, filtering, and short circuit protection

  • Alarm function

Technical Specifications

Item

Specification

Dimensions (H x W x D)

60 mm x 220 mm x 90 mm(2.36 in. x 8.66 in. x 3.54 in.)

Weight

0.7 kg (1.54 lb)

Rated voltage

-48 V DC / -60 V DC

Voltage range

-38.4 V DC to -72 V DC

Maximum current

42 A

Typical power consumption

1.0 W

Typical heat dissipation

3.2 BTU/hour

AC Power Box

The AC power box converts AC power into regulated DC.

Overview

Table 8-4 Power attributes

Attribute

Description

Description

Fixed-configuration Module,AC power,548.9mm*217.6mm*41.2mm,sheet metal

BOM

02310MKG

Model

CR5MPWRBX070

Table 8-5 Mapping products and versions

Product

Earliest Software Version

ME60-X3

V800R008C10

Appearance

Figure 8-2 Appearance of the AC power box

Panel

Table 8-6 Indicators

Indicator

Color

Status

Description

Measures

Power indicator

Green

Steady on

The rectifier is supplied with alternating current (AC) input power.

The rectifier runs properly, and no measure is required.

Off

The rectifier is not supplied with AC input power.

Replace the rectifier if the AC input is normal.

The rectifier is faulty.

Replace the rectifier.

Blinking at 0.5 Hz

The rectifier is being queried.

No measure is required.

Blinking at 4 Hz

The rectifier is loading an application program.

The rectifier automatically recovers after loading, and no measure is required.

Alarm indicator

Yellow

Off

No alarm is generated.

The rectifier runs properly, and no measure is required.

Steady on

The rectifier generates a prewarning for power limiting due to overtemperature.

The rectifier generates an alarm for shutdown due to ambient overtemperature or undertemperature protection.

Check that the air vent is not blocked and the ambient temperature is within a normal range.

The rectifier generates an alarm due to AC input overvoltage or undervoltage protection.

Check that the electrical grid voltage is within a normal range.

The rectifier is hibernated.

No measure is required.

Blinking at 0.5 Hz

The rectifier communication is interrupted.

Replace the rectifier or monitoring module.

Fault indicator

Red

Off

The rectifier is not faulty.

No measure is required.

Steady on

The rectifier is locked due to output overvoltage.

Pull out the rectifier and reinsert it after 1 minute.

There is no output because the rectifier is faulty.

Replace the rectifier.

Function

The AC power box provides the following functions:

  • Protection against overvoltage of input power

  • Protection against undervoltage of input power

  • Protection against overvoltage of output power

  • Protection against current-limiting of output power

  • Protection against short circuit

  • Protection against overtemperature

Technical Specifications

Item

Specification

Dimensions (H x W x D)

AC power box: 41.2 mm x 217.6 mm x 548.9 mm(1.62 in. x 8.57 in. x 21.61 in.)

Power module: 40.8 mm x 105 mm x 281 mm (1.61 in. x 4.13 in. x 11.06 in.)

Weight

AC power box: 3.8 kg (8.38 lb)

Power module: 1.8 kg (3.97 lb)

Rated voltage

200 V AC to 240 V AC

Voltage range

180 V AC to 264 V AC

Maximum current

16 A

Typical power consumption

AC power box: 1.0 W

AC power box: 128.8 W

Typical heat dissipation

AC power box: 3.2 BTU/hour

AC power box: 417.9 BTU/hour

NOTE:

The AC power system supports 200-240 V AC power. It supports 110 V dual-live-wire inputs but not 110 V AC single-phase inputs. If 110 V dual-live-wire inputs are used, the voltage must range from 180 V to 264 V.

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