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SmartLogger3000 User Manual

This document describes the SmartLogger3000 and SmartModule1000A01 in terms of installation, electrical connections, system operation, maintenance, and troubleshooting. BOM number: 02312SCU, 02312SCU-001, 02312SCU-002, 02312SCU-003, 02312SCU-004, 02312SCU-005, 02312SCU-006, 02312SCU-007, 02312SCU-008, 02312SCU-009, 02312SCU-010, 02312SGF, 02312SGG, 02312SGK and 02312SGJ.

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Setting Parameters for Connecting to the Management System

Setting Parameters for Connecting to the Management System

Procedure

  1. Set up a network connection.

    • Method 1: When the SmartLogger connects to the management system over the 4G/3G/2G network, set mobile data parameters and click Submit.
    Figure 6-7 Setting mobile data parameters

    Parameter

    Description

    Monthly traffic package

    Set this parameter based on the SIM card traffic package.

    Network mode

    Set this parameter based on the SIM card network mode.

    APN mode

    The default value is Automatic. Set this parameter to Manual if the dial-up connection cannot be set up in Automatic mode.

    Authentication type

    When APN mode is set to Manual, you need to set the parameters related to the SIM card. Obtain the information about the parameters from the SIM card operator.

    APN

    APN dialup number

    APN user name

    APN user password

    • Method 2: When the SmartLogger connects to the management system over a wired network, set the wired network parameters and click Submit.
    Figure 6-8 Setting wired network parameters

    Parameter

    Description

    IP Address

    Set this parameter based on the PV plant plan.

    NOTE:

    If the IP address is changed, use the new IP address to log in again.

    Subnet mask

    Set this parameter based on the actual subnet mask of the LAN where the SmartLogger is located.

    Default gateway

    Set this parameter based on the actual gateway of the LAN where the SmartLogger is located.

    Primary DNS server

    You can ignore this parameter if the SmartLogger connects to the LAN.

    Set this parameter to the IP address of the LAN router when the SmartLogger connects to the public network (for example, connecting to the hosting cloud server, email server, or third-party FTP server).

    Secondary DNS server

    In normal cases, you can ignore this parameter.

    If the primary DNS server cannot resolve the domain name, the secondary DNS server is used.

  2. Set management system parameters.

    • Method 1: When the SmartLogger connects to a Huawei or third-party management system using the encrypted Modbus TCP protocol, set management system parameters and click Submit.
    Figure 6-9 Setting management system parameters

    Parameter

    Description

    Server

    Set this parameter to the IP address or domain name of the management system.

    Port

    Set this parameter based on the connected management system.

    Address mode

    The value can be Comm. Address or Logical address.

    If the communications address of the device connected to the SmartLogger is unique, you are advised to select Comm. Address. In other cases, you must select Logical address.

    SSL encryption

    Retain the default value Enable.

    NOTE:

    If this parameter is set to Disable, data exchange between the SmartLogger and the management system will not be encrypted, which poses security risks.

    Second challenge authentication

    Set this parameter based on the connected management system.

    NOTE:

    If this parameter is set to Disable, the second challenge authentication result is not checked, and user data may be stolen. Therefore, exercise caution when setting this parameter.

    Security certificate

    Optional. Set this parameter only when the certificate has expired or the customer needs to use their own certificate.

    • Method 2: When the SmartLogger connects to a third-party management system using the unencrypted Modbus TCP protocol, set Modbus TCP parameters and click Submit.
    Figure 6-10 Setting Modbus TCP parameters

    Parameter

    Description

    Link setting

    Modbus TCP is a universal standard protocol used to connect to a third-party management system. Because there is no security authentication mechanism, data transmitted by Modbus TCP is not encrypted. To reduce network security risks, the function of connecting to a third-party management system using Modbus TCP is disabled by default. This protocol can transmit the running data and control commands of PV plants, which may cause user data breach and control permission theft. Therefore, exercise caution when using this protocol. Users are liable for any loss caused by the use of this protocol to connect to a third-party management system (non-secure protocol). Users are advised to take measures at the PV plant level to reduce security risks, or use Huawei management system to mitigate the risks.

    To use this function, set this parameter to Enable(Limited) or Enable(Unlimited).

    • If this parameter is set to Enable(Limited), the SmartLogger can connect to a maximum of five preset third-party management systems.
    • If this parameter is set to Enable(Unlimited), the SmartLogger can connect to a maximum of five third-party management systems with a valid IP address.

    Client N IP Address

    NOTE:

    N is 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5.

    If Link setting is set to Enable(Limited), set this parameter based on the IP address of the third-party management system.

    Address mode

    The value can be Comm. Address or Logical address.

    If the communications address of the device connected to the SmartLogger is unique, you are advised to select Comm. Address. In other cases, you must select Logical address.

    SmartLogger address

    Set this parameter to the communication address of the SmartLogger.

    • Method 3: When the SmartLogger connects to a third-party management system over IEC104, set IEC104 parameters and click Submit.
    Figure 6-11 Setting IEC104 parameters

    Tab

    Parameter

    Description

    Basic parameters

    Link setting

    IEC104 is a universal standard protocol used to connect to a third-party management system. Because there is no security authentication mechanism, data transmitted by IEC104 is not encrypted. To reduce network security risks, the function of connecting to a third-party management system using IEC104 is disabled by default. This protocol can transmit the running data and control commands of PV plants, which may cause user data breach and control permission theft. Therefore, exercise caution when using this protocol. Users are liable for any loss caused by the use of this protocol to connect to a third-party management system (non-secure protocol). Users are advised to take measures at the PV plant level to reduce security risks, or use Huawei management system to mitigate the risks.

    To use this function, set this parameter to Enable(Limited) or Enable(Unlimited).

    • If this parameter is set to Enable(Limited), the SmartLogger can connect to a maximum of five preset third-party management systems.
    • If this parameter is set to Enable(Unlimited), the SmartLogger can connect to a maximum of five third-party management systems with a valid IP address.

    Public IP address

    Set these parameters as required.

    IEC104-N

    NOTE:

    N is 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5.

    IEC104-N IP

    If Link setting is set to Enable(Limited), set this parameter based on the IP address of the third-party management system.

    Teleindication default segment

    Set these parameters as required.

    NOTE:

    After the IEC104 configuration file exported from the SmartLogger and the IEC104 information files delivered with devices are correctly configured in a third-party management system, the third-party management system will be able to monitor devices connected to the SmartLogger over the IEC104 protocol.

    Telemetry default segment

    Forwarding Tableconfiguration

    Common Configuration

    Teleindication default segment

    If Link setting is set to Enable(Unlimited), set these parameters as required.

    NOTE:

    After the IEC104 configuration file exported from the SmartLogger and the IEC104 information files delivered with devices are correctly configured in a third-party management system, the third-party management system will be able to monitor devices connected to the SmartLogger over the IEC104 protocol.

    Telemetry default segment

    Forwarding Tableconfiguration

    Choose Settings > Other Parameters, and set IEC104 Push Data Period to specify the interval for the SmartLogger to push data to a third-party management system over IEC104. If IEC104 Push Data Period is set to 0s, there is no limit on the interval at which the SmartLogger sends IEC104 data.

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Updated: 2020-02-21

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