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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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Figure 2-7 SmartLogger

(1) LED indicators

(2) SIM card slot

(3) Mounting ear

(4) Guide rail clamp

(5) MBUS port

(6) GE port (WAN)

(7) SFP ports

(8) 4G antenna port

(9) RST button

(10) USB port

(11) GE port (LAN)

(12) DI ports

(13) 12 V output power port

(14) AI ports

(15) DO ports

(16) COM ports

(17) 24 V input power port

(18) 12 V input power port

(19) Protective ground point

     

Indicators

Indicator

Status

Description

Running indicator (RUN)



Green off

The SmartLogger is not powered on.

Blinking green slowly (on for 1s and then off for 1s)

The communication with the management system is normal.

Blinking green fast (on for 0.125s and then off for 0.125s)

The communication with the management system is interrupted.

Alarm/Maintenance indicator (ALM)



Alarm status

Red off

No system alarm is raised.

Blinking red slowly (on for 1s and then off for 4s)

The system raises a warning alarm.

Blinking red fast (on for 0.5s and then off for 0.5s)

The system raises a minor alarm.

Steady red

The system raises a major alarm.

Maintenance status

Green off

No local maintenance is in progress.

Blinking green slowly (on for 1s and then off for 1s)

Local maintenance is in progress.

Blinking green fast (on for 0.125s and then off for 0.125s)

Local maintenance fails or the connection to the app is to be set up.

Steady green

Local maintenance succeeds.

4G indicator (4G)



Green off

The 4G/3G/2G networking function is not enabled.

Blinking green slowly (on for 1s and then off for 1s)

Dial-up through the 4G/3G/2G network is successful.

Blinking green fast (on for 0.125s and then off for 0.125s)

The 4G/3G/2G network is not connected or the communication is interrupted.

  • Local maintenance refers to the operations performed by connecting a USB flash drive to the SmartLogger USB port, such as full data import and export using a USB flash drive, and by connecting the SmartLogger to the FusionSolar app or SUN2000 app over the built-in WLAN hotspot.
  • If an alarm and local maintenance happen concurrently, the alarm/maintenance indicator shows the local maintenance state first. After local maintenance ends, the indicator shows the alarm state.

Communications Ports

  • GE ports: Ethernet ports, including one WAN port and one LAN port

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GE Port

Description



Pins

Pin 1

GE1+

Pin 2

GE1–

Pin 3

GE2+

Pin 4

GE3+

Pin 5

GE3–

Pin 6

GE2–

Pin 7

GE4+

Pin 8

GE4–

Indicators

Green indicator

If the indicator is steady green, the line is normal.

Yellow indicator

If the indicator blinks yellow, data communication is normal.

  • SFP ports: include two Ethernet optical ports (SFP1 and SFP2), support access of 100M/1000M SFP or eSFP optical modules, and implement ring networking using RSTP or STP.
  • If RSTP is used, fiber ring protection can be completed within 10 seconds. If STP is used, fiber ring protection can be completed within 60 seconds.
  • The SFP1 and SFP2 ports are Ethernet optical ports and work on the same network segment as the WAN port.

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SFP Port

Description



SFP1

TX1

Transmit port

RX1

Receive port

SFP2

RX2

Receive port

TX2

Transmit port

Indicators

Green indicator

If the indicator is steady green, the line is normal.

Yellow indicator

If the indicator blinks yellow, data communication is normal.

  • DI ports: digital input ports, which are used to connect to DI power grid scheduling commands or alarm signals.

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DI Port

Description



DI1

1

Can connect to four passive dry contact signals.

12V

DI2

2

12V

DI3

3

12V

DI4

4

12V

  • AI ports: analog input ports, which are used to connect to AI power grid scheduling commands or environment monitoring sensors.

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AI Port

Description



AI1

1

Supports one channel of voltage-type (0–10 V) AI signals.

GND

AI2

2

Support three channels of current-type (0–20 mA or 4–20 mA) AI signals.

GND

AI3

3

GND

AI4

4

GND

  • DO ports: digital output ports, supporting two relay outputs. A DO port supports a maximum of 12 V signal voltage.

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DO Port

Description



DO1

NC

  • The NC/COM is a normally closed contact.
  • The NO/COM is a normally open contact.

COM

NO

DO2

NC

COM

NO

  • USB port: supports USB2.0 for connecting to a USB flash drive.

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USB Port

Description



USB

After a USB flash drive is inserted into the USB port, you can perform local maintenance operations on the SmartLogger, such as firmware upgrade and data export.

  • COM ports: RS485 communications port, supporting three independent RS485 channels and the access of devices that comply with the Modbus-RTU, IEC103, or DL/T645 protocol.

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COM Port

Description



COM1, COM2, and COM3

+

RS485A, RS485 differential signal+

RS485B, RS485 differential signal–

Power Ports

  • Input power ports: There are two input power ports.

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Input Power Port

Description



12 V input power port

DC IN

12 V, 1 A

DC2.0 input port, which supports 12 V DC input and is used to connect to a power adapter.



24 V input power port

DC IN

24 V, 0.8 A

2-pin cord end terminal, which supports 24 V DC input.

When the device connects to the power supply through the 12 V input power port, this port can be used as the 12 V output power port.

  • 12 V output power port: There is one 12 V output power port. Its maximum output capability is 0.1 A. The port is used to drive the coil of the intermediate relay in the export limitation or audible and visual alarm scenario.

    Select the intermediate relay with a free-wheeling diode in the coil. Otherwise, the device may be damaged.

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Output Power Port

Description



12 V output power port

GND

Power supply–

12V

Power supply+

Button

Button

Operation

Function Description

RST button



Hold down the button for 1s to 3s.

When WLAN is set to OFF in idle state, hold down the RST button for 1s to 3s to power on the WLAN module. The alarm/maintenance indicator (ALM) then blinks green quickly for 2 minutes (other indicators are off) and the SmartLogger waits for connecting to the app. If the app is not connected, the WLAN module is automatically powered off after it is powered on for 4 hours.

Hold down the button for more than 60s.

Within 3 minutes after the SmartLogger is powered on, hold down the RST button for more than 60s to restart the SmartLogger and restore factory settings.

Dimensions

Figure 2-8 Dimensions
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