Quick Guide - Solar with Huawei

SmartLogger2000
Quick Guide
Issue: 01
Part number: 31507740
Date: 2016-08-25
HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.
NOTICE
1. The information in this document is subject to change without notice. Every effort has been
made in the preparation of this document to ensure accuracy of the contents. However, all
statements, information, and recommendations in this document do not constitute a warranty of
any kind, express or implied.
2. Before installing the device, carefully read the SmartLogger2000 User Manual to get familiar
with the product information and precautions. SmartLogger is short for SmartLogger2000 in the
following text.
3. Install and use the device according to this document and the user manual. Otherwise, the
device may be damaged. Use insulated tools when installing the device.
4. This section describes the installation and cable connection operations using the SmartLogger
applied in the non-SmartACU2000 smart array controller (smart array controller for short)
scenario as an example.
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Overview
1.1 Model Description
Model
PLC Module
Configured?
Remarks
SmartLogger2000-10
Yes
The built-in Bluetooth
module supports only
Android APP.
SmartLogger2000-10-B
Yes
SmartLogger2000-11-B
No
The built-in Bluetooth
module supports both
Android APP and IOS APP.
1.2 Port Description
No.
Port (Silk
Screen)
Function
Description
1
RF1, RF2
Reserved
Reserved.
2
12V OUT
12 V DC output
Provides 12 V DC power supply with a maximum
current of 100 mA.
3
12V IN
12 V DC input
Connects to the power adapter.
4
USB
USB port
Connects a USB flash drive.
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No.
Port (Silk
Screen)
Function
Description
5
SFP1, SFP2
Ethernet optical
port
Connects to an ATB or another cascaded
SmartLogger.
6
ETH1, ETH2
Ethernet electrical
port
Connects to an Ethernet LAN switch, router, POE or
PC device.
7
DO
Digital output (DO)
Relay output.
8
COM1–COM6
RS485
communications
Six RS485 ports that can be connected to devices
such as the inverter, box-type transformer, electricity
meter, or EMI.
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Default
Default key
Resets and restarts the Bluetooth module or resets
the SmartLogger IP address to the default IP address
(valid within 5 minutes).
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AC1, AC2
AC power cable
ports
Connects to A, B, and C three-phase inputs, and used
for power line communication (PLC) with the inverter.
External
grounding
N/A
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•
SmartLogger2000-10: AI1–AI4: 4–20 mA and 0–20
mA input current (passive); AI5–AI8: 4–20mA and
0–20 mA input current (active)
Other models: AI1: 0–10 V input voltage (passive);
AI2–AI4: 4–20 mA and 0–20 mA input current
(passive); AI5–AI8: 4–20 mA and 0–20 mA input
current (active)
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AI1–AI8
Analog input (AI)
•
13
AO1–AO6
Analog output
(AO)
4–20 mA, 0–20 mA current output.
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DI1–DI8
Digital input (DI)
Connects to a dry contact input.
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Typical Cable Connection Scenarios
2.1 Smart Array Controller Scenario
NOTICE
1. The general input power cable for the smart array controller needs to be prepared by the
customer. Recommended cable: four-core armor cable with the operating voltage to the ground
greater than or equal to 600 V and the cross-sectional area of a single core being 4 mm2
2. The cable from the busbar to the knife switch needs to be prepared by the customer.
Recommended cable: three-core armor cable with the operating voltage to the ground greater
than or equal to 600 V and the cross-sectional area of a single core being 4 mm 2.
3. The SmartLogger and the three RS485 signal surge protective devices (SPDs) used by the
SmartLogger have been installed before delivery.
4. The SmartLogger PGND cable, AC power cable, power adapter and its power cable, and the
communications cable between the SmartLogger and the RS485 signal SPD have been
installed before delivery.
5. The PID module and inductor are configured only in the smart array controller (with a PID
module) and have been installed before delivery.
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RS485/PLC+Optical Fiber
Component
Recommended Model or
Specifications
Component Source
Quantity
PID module
PID01
Factory-installed
1 PCS
PID inductor (working with
the PID module)
EIFI50ohm
Factory-installed
1 PCS
SmartLogger
SmartLogger2000
Factory-installed
1 PCS
RS485 signal SPD
SPM01A
Factory-installed
3 PCS
ATB
CT-GZF2PJ-8 or CT-GPH-A-8
Purchased from
Huawei
1 PCS
Fuse
Rated voltage ≥ 500 V; rated
current: 6 A
Prepared by
customer
3 PCS
Knife switch
box
Rated voltage ≥ 500 V; rated
current ≥ 6 A; poles: 3P
Prepared by
customer
1 PCS
Knife switch
3
RS485/PLC+LTE
Component
Recommended Model or
Specifications
Component Source
Quantity
PID module
PID01
Factory-installed
1 PCS
PID inductor (working with
the PID module)
EIFI50ohm
Factory-installed
1 PCS
SmartLogger
SmartLogger2000
Factory-installed
1 PCS
RS485 signal SPD
SPM01A
Factory-installed
3 PCS
POE module
POE35-54A or POE85-56A
Purchased from Huawei
1 PCS
POE SPD
POE-2A
Purchased from Huawei
1PCS
CPE
EG860V2-C71
Purchased from Huawei
1 PCS
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Recommended Model or
Specifications
Component Source
Quantity
Fuse
Rated voltage ≥ 500 V; rated current: 6 A
Prepared by customer
3 PCS
Knife
switch box
Rated voltage ≥ 500 V; rated current ≥ 6
A; poles: 3P
Prepared by customer
1 PCS
Component
Knife
switch
2.2 Non-Smart Array Controller Scenario
NOTICE
1. If the SmartLogger communicates with an inverter over an AC power cable, an MCB and a knife
switch need to be installed to prevent device damage in the case of short circuits.
2. If the SmartLogger communicates with an inverter over an AC power cable, the cable from the
knife switch to the MCB and the cable from the busbar to the knife switch both need to be
prepared by the customer. Recommended cable: three-core armor cable with the operating
voltage to the ground greater than or equal to 600 V and the cross-sectional area of a single
core wire being 4 mm2.
3. The power cable delivered with the SmartLogger is 1 meter long, the power adapter cable is 1.5
meters long, the network cable is 2.2 meters long, and the AC power cable is 1.5 meters long.
Reserve the installation positions for components based on the cable lengths.
RS485/PLC+Optical Fiber
Component
Recommended Model or
Specifications
Component Source
Quantity
SmartLogger
SmartLogger2000
Purchased from Huawei
1 PCS
RS485 signal
SPD
X4B-05
Purchased from Huawei
3 PCS
5
Component
Recommended Model or Specifications
ATB
CT-GZF2PJ-8 or CT-GPH-A-8
Component
Source
Purchased
from Huawei
Quantity
1 PCS
Fuse
Rated voltage ≥ 500 V; rated current: 6 A
Prepared by
the customer
3 PCS
Knife switch
box
Rated voltage ≥ 500 V; rated current ≥ 6 A;
poles: 3P
Prepared by
the customer
1 PCS
MCB
Rated voltage ≥ 500 V; rated current ≥ 6 A
Prepared by
the customer
1 PCS
Socket
Connects to the power adapter
Prepared by
the customer
1 PCS
Knife
switch
RS485/PLC+LTE
Component
Source
Purchased
from Huawei
Component
Recommended Model or Specifications
SmartLogger
SmartLogger2000
POE module
POE35-54A or POE85-56A
Purchased
from Huawei
1 PCS
POE SPD
POE-2A
Purchased
from Huawei
1 PCS
RS485 signal SPD
X4B-05
Purchased
from Huawei
3 PCS
6
Quantity
1 PCS
Component
Recommended Model or Specifications
CPE
EG860V2-C71
Knife
switch
Fuse
Rated voltage ≥ 500 V; rated current: 6 A
Knife
switch
box
Rated voltage ≥ 500 V; rated current ≥ 6 A; poles:
3P
MCB
Rated voltage ≥ 500 V; rated current ≥ 6 A
Socket
Connects to the power adapter
3
Component
Source
Purchased
from Huawei
Prepared by
the customer
Prepared by
the customer
Prepared by
the customer
Prepared by
the customer
Quantity
1 PCS
3 PCS
1 PCS
1 PCS
1 PCS
Installing the SmartLogger
3.1 Installation Space (Unit: mm)
Wall-mounting
Chassis dimensions (including mounting ears)
Installation clearances
Guide rail-mounting
Chassis dimensions
(including the guide rail mounting brackets)
Installation clearances
3.2 Installation Mode
Wall-mounting
NOTICE
Install the SmartLogger on a wall that is flat and has the bearing capacity to securely hold the
SmartLogger which weighs 3800 g.
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Screw assembly for wall-mounting:
(1) ST3.5 tapping screw
(2) Washer
(3) Expansion sleeve
1. Determine mounting holes based on the hole positions in the mounting ears, and mark
the mounting holes using a marker.
Unit: mm
NOTICE
If you need to use a ladder to install the device on a high position, take measures to protect
yourself from falling down.
2. Drill holes by using a hammer drill and install expansion sleeves, washers, and tapping screws.
Unit: mm
3. Put the tapping screws through the SmartLogger mounting ears and washers into the mounting
holes in the wall.
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4. Tighten the tapping screws to a torque of 0.3 N·m using a torque screwdriver.
Guide rail-mounting
Huawei does not provide the SmartLogger guide rail. If the customer chooses this installation mode,
the customer must prepare a 35 mm standard guide rail.
Unit: mm
NOTE
1. Secure the guide rail before mounting the
SmartLogger.
2. Verify that the length of the guide rail is
sufficient for securing the SmartLogger.
The recommended length is 450 mm or
greater.
1. Remove the mounting ears from the
SmartLogger using a Phillips screwdriver.
2. Secure the guide rail clamps using M4x8
screws removed from the mounting ears, and
tighten the screws to a torque of 1.2 N·m.
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3. Mount the SmartLogger onto the guide rail.
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4. Install the guide rails fastener using M4x12
screws, and tighten the screws to a torque
wrench of 1.2 N·m.
Installing the RS485 SPD
NOTE
1. The SmartLogger provides six COM ports. To connect a COM port on the SmartLogger to a
COM port on an outdoor device, you are recommended to connect an RS485 signal SPD to
strengthen the surge protection capability.
2. Each RS485 signal SPD can connect to two COM ports. Each SmartLogger can be configured
with a maximum of three RS485 signal SPDs.
3. When the RS485 signal SPD is to be installed in a non-smart array controller, you are
recommended to install it on a guide rail.
4. If the SmartLogger is installed on a guide rail, the RS485 SPD can share the guide rail with the
SmartLogger. In this case, the recommended guide rail length is 600 mm or greater.
5. Secure the guide rail before mounting the RS485 SPD.
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Installing Ground Cable
5.1 Installing the SmartLogger Ground Cable
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M6 (1 PCS)
1.4 N·m
OT-M6
NOTE
1. It is recommended that 4–6 mm2 or 12–10 AWG outdoor copper-core cables be used as ground
cables. Ground cables must be securely connected.
2. To enhance the corrosion resistance of the ground terminal, apply silica gel or paint on it after
connecting the PGND cable.
5.2 Installing the RS485 SPD Ground Cable
An outdoor copper-core cable with a cross-sectional area of 4 mm2 or 12 AWG is recommended.
1. Prepare a ground cable with an appropriate length, and strip 8 mm of the insulation layer from
one end.
2. Insert the stripped part into port 3 of the RS485 signal SPD.
3. Tighten the screw on port 3 using a flat-head screwdriver to secure the core wire.
NOTICE
Connect the other end of the ground cable to the ground bar.
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Connecting Cables to COM Ports
NOTE
1. The SmartLogger can connect to an inverter, an EMI, a power meter, a box-type transformer,
and a PID module through its COM ports.
2. The SmartLogger provides six COM ports. To connect a COM port on the SmartLogger to a
COM port on an outdoor device, you are recommended to connect an RS485 signal SPD to
strengthen the surge protection capability.
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6.1 Port Definitions
NOTICE
For the definitions of the communications ports on the devices such as the EMI, power meter, and
box-type transformer, see the documents delivered with the devices. When connecting cables,
ensure that RS485+ connects to the COM+ port on the SmartLogger and that RS485– connects to
the COM– port on the SmartLogger.
COM Port (SmartLogger)
No.
Port
1
COM1
2
3
4
5
6
Symbol
Function
+
RS485A, RS485 differential signal+
–
RS485B, RS485 differential signal–
+
RS485A, RS485 differential signal+
–
RS485B, RS485 differential signal–
+
RS485A, RS485 differential signal+
–
RS485B, RS485 differential signal–
+
RS485A, RS485 differential signal+
–
RS485B, RS485 differential signal–
+
RS485A, RS485 differential signal+
–
RS485B, RS485 differential signal–
+
RS485A, RS485 differential signal+
–
RS485B, RS485 differential signal–
COM2
COM3
COM4
COM5
COM6
Terminal Block (SUN2000-50KTL/50KTL-C1)
No.
Port
Definition
Function
1
RS485A IN
RS485A, RS485 differential signal+
2
RS485A OUT RS485A, RS485 differential signal+
3
RS485B IN
4
RS485B OUT RS485B, RS485 differential signal–
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RS485B, RS485 differential signal–
Terminal Block (Other Models of SUN2000)
No.
Port Definition Function
5
RS485A IN
RS485A, RS485
differential signal+
6
RS485A OUT
RS485A, RS485
differential signal+
7
RS485B IN
RS485B, RS485
differential signal–
8
RS485B OUT
RS485B, RS485
differential signal–
RJ45 Network Port (Inverter)
No.
Color
Function
1
White orange
RS485A, RS485 differential signal+
2
Orange
RS485B, RS485 differential signal–
3
White green
N/A
4
Blue
RS485A, RS485 differential signal+
5
White blue
RS485B, RS485 differential signal–
6
Green
N/A
7
White brown
N/A
8
Brown
N/A
RS485 Signal SPD
RS485
Prote Port
Surge
ction Definit
Protectio
Port ion
n Port
RS485
RS485
2
A IN
surge
protectio
RS485
6
n port 1
B IN
RS485
surge
protectio
n port 2
Function
Surge Port
Port
Definition
RS485A, RS485
differential signal+
1
RS485A
OUT
RS485A, RS485
differential signal+
RS485B, RS485
differential signal–
5
RS485B
OUT
RS485B, RS485
differential signal–
8
RS485 RS485A, RS485
A IN
differential signal+
7
RS485A
OUT
RS485A, RS485
differential signal+
12
RS485 RS485B, RS485
B IN
differential signal–
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RS485B
OUT
RS485B, RS485
differential signal–
Function
NOTE
1. Protection ports connect to the COM ports on the SmartLogger. Port 4 is not
connected.
2. Surge ports connect to RS485 ports on other devices. Port 3 is the ground port.
3. Protection ports and Surge ports must not be reversely connected.
4. One RS485 signal SPD can protect two COM ports.
5. Protection ports 2 and 6 and surge ports 1 and 5 form an RS485 signal SPD
port for protecting one COM port. Protection ports 8 and 12 and surge ports 7
and 11 form another RS485 signal SPD port for protecting one more COM port.
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6.2 Connecting an RS485 Signal SPD
NOTE
A two-core or multi-core cable with a cross-sectional area of 0.5–2.5 mm2 is recommended.
1. Remove an appropriate length of the steel armor and insulation layer from both ends of the
cable using a wire stripper.
Unit: mm
2. Remove the terminal block from the SmartLogger COM port.
NOTE
Remove the terminal block using a flat-head screwdriver.
3. Connect one end of the cable to the SmartLogger terminal block.
4. Insert the terminal block into the SmartLogger COM port.
5. Connect the other end of the cable to the SPD port of the RS485 signal SPD.
NOTICE
Verify that the COM+ port on the
SmartLogger connects to protection port 2
or 8 on the RS485 signal SPD, and that the
COM– port on the SmartLogger connects to
protection port 6 or 12 on the RS485 signal
SPD.
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6.3 Connecting an RS485 Communications Cable
NOTE
1. If the SmartLogger connects to an outdoor device over a COM port, you are advised to connect
an RS485 signal SPD to strengthen the surge protection capability. If the SmartLogger
connects to an indoor device, no RS485 signal SPD is required.
2. Ensure that the RS485 communication distance is within 1000 meters.
3. The SmartLogger cable terminal block can connect to a cable with the maximum cross-sectional
area of 2.5 mm2.
4. A terminal block is recommended for connecting to the SUN2000. The following uses the
SUN2000-50KTL terminal block as an example to describe cable connection.
5. When you connect a terminal block to the SUN2000, you are recommended to use a computer
cable (DJYP2VP2-22 2x2x1) or a communications cable with the cross-sectional area of the
conductor being 1 mm2 and the cable outer diameter in the range of 14 mm to 18 mm.
6. When you connect the RJ45 network port to the SUN2000, you are recommended to use the
CAT 5E outdoor shielded network cable.
1. Remove an appropriate length of the steel armor and insulation layer from both ends of the
cable using a wire stripper.
Unit: mm
2. Connect the cable to the surge port on the RS485 signal SPD.
NOTICE
1. Verify that the RS485A (IN) port on the
inverter connects to surge port 1 or 7
on the RS485 signal SPD, and that the
RS485B (IN) port on the inverter
connects to surge port 5 or 11 on the
RS485 signal SPD.
2. After connecting cables, wrap the part
without insulation layer using insulation
tape.
3. Strip an appropriate length from the other end of the cable and connect the end to the
SUN2000 terminal block.
Terminal definition:
(1) RS485A IN (2) RS485A OUT
(3) RS485B IN (4) RS485B OUT
RS485 signal SPD
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NOTICE
1. Verify that the COM+ (RS485A) port on the SmartLogger connects to protection port 2 (or 8) on
the RS485 signal SPD, and that the COM– (RS485B) port on the SmartLogger connects to
protection port 6 (or 12) on the RS485 signal SPD.
2. Verify that surge port 1 (or 7) on the RS485 signal SPD connects to terminal 1 (RS485A IN) on
the SUN2000 terminal block, and that surge port 5 (or 11) on the RS485 signal SPD connects to
terminal 3 (RS485B IN) on the SUN2000 terminal block.
6.4 Connecting Multiple Devices
NOTICE
1. A maximum of 200 devices can be connected to one SmartLogger. You are advised to connect
fewer than 30 devices to each RS485 route. Each SmartLogger can be connected to a maximum
of 80 inverters.
2. Verify that devices using the same protocol are connected to the same COM port. Devices using
different protocols (for example, the box-type transformer which uses the IEC103 protocol and the
electricity meter which uses the DL/T645 protocol) need to be connected to separate COM ports.
Recommended Connection Mode
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Connecting Cables to AC Ports
NOTE
1. If the SUN2000 is equipped with a PLC device, the SmartLogger can communicate with the
SUN2000 through an AC power cable.
2. If the SmartLogger uses an AC power cable for communication, an MCB or a knife switch needs
to be installed to prevent device damage in the case of short circuits.
3. Each SmartLogger can be connected to a maximum of 80 SUN2000 inverters.
4. If the SmartLogger is connected to the SUN2000 through an AC power cable, no RS485
communications cable needs to be connected.
WARNING
Before connecting the AC power cable, ensure that the upstream switch of the AC power cable is
turned off.
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1. Connect one end of the delivered AC power cable to an MCB.
2. Connect the AC1 and AC2 terminals at the other end of the cable to the AC1 and AC2 ports on
the SmartLogger respectively.
No.
Material
Model/Specifications
Quantity
1
Busbar A/B/C
N/A
1 PCS
2
Fuse
Rated voltage ≥ 500 V; rated current: 6 A
3 PCS
3
Knife switch
Rated voltage ≥ 500 V; rated current ≥ 6 A; poles: 3P
1 PCS
4
MCB
Rated voltage ≥ 500 V; rated current ≥ 6 A
1 PCS
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Connecting a Cable to the DI Port
NOTE
1. In Germany and some other European areas, a ripple control receiver is used to convert a
power grid scheduling signal to a dry contact signal, in which a dry contact is needed.
2. Two-core or multiple-core cables with a cross sectional area of 1.5 mm 2 are recommended.
No. Port
17
Function
1
GND1
2
DI1
Dry contact input common
terminal 1, used for active power
derating for DI1–DI4
DI_1
3
DI2
DI_2
4
DI3
DI_3
5
DI4
DI_4
6
DI5
DI_5
7
DI6
DI_6
8
DI7
DI_7
9
DI8
DI_8
10
GND2
Dry contact input common
terminal 2, used for reactive
power compensation for DI5–DI8
1. Prepare a cable with an appropriate length, strip a part of the insulation layer, and connect the
stripped cable core to the ripple control receiver.
2. Strip 8 mm of the insulation layer at the other 4. Connect the stripped cable core to the
end.
terminal block of the DI port on the
SmartLogger.
3. Remove the terminal block from the
SmartLogger DI port.
5. Insert the terminal block into the
SmartLogger DI port.
NOTE
Remove the terminal block using a flat-head
screwdriver.
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Connecting Network Cables to the Ethernet Electrical Port
NOTE
1. The SmartLogger provides two Ethernet electrical ports, through which the SmartLogger can
connect to a third-party device.
2. The SmartLogger can be connected to an Ethernet LAN switch, router, or POE device, and then
connected to a PC. It can also be directly connected to a PC. Select the connection device
based on the actual networking scenario.
3. If the cable between the SmartLogger and the PC over the devices such as a POE is routed
outdoors, connect a POE SPD to the POE to enhance the surge protection function. Connect
the POE port on the POE to the PROTECT port on the POE SPD.
4. Verify that the Ethernet communications cable is no longer than 100 m.
1. Connect one end of the delivered network cable to the Ethernet electrical port of a device.
2. Connect the other end of the network cable to the ETH1 or ETH2 port of the SmartLogger.
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10 Connecting Optical Fibers to the Ethernet Optical Port
NOTE
The SmartLogger can be connected to devices such as an ATB through optical fibers. You can
select the devices to be connected based on the actual networking scenario.
1. Insert the optical module into the SFP1 or SFP2 port of the SmartLogger.
2. Connect the two cables delivered with the optical module to the ports on the optical module.
3. Connect the other ends of the cables to the ports of the device on the other side (such as an
ATB).
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Verifying the Installation
No.
Check Item
Check Result
1
The SmartLogger is properly installed.
□ Passed □ Failed
2
All cables are properly connected, without open circuits or short
circuits.
□ Passed □ Failed
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No.
Check Item
Check Result
3
Unused ports (such as RF1, RF2, Ethernet optical port, and
Ethernet electrical port) are protected by dustproof plugs.
□ Passed □ Failed
4
Routing for the power cable and signal cable meets the
requirements for routing strong-current and weak-current cables
and complies with the cable routing plan.
□ Passed □ Failed
5
Cables are bound neatly, and cable ties are secured evenly and
properly in the same direction.
□ Passed □ Failed
6
There is no unnecessary adhesive tape or cable tie on cables.
□ Passed □ Failed
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Powering On the System
12.1 Power-on Procedure
1. Insert the output terminal of the power adapter into the 12V IN port of the SmartLogger.
2. Insert the power cable into the power adapter.
3. Insert the power cable plug into an AC socket.
NOTE
1. The rated input of the power adapter is 100–240 V AC, 50 Hz or 60 Hz.
2. Select an AC socket that matches the power adapter.
4. Switch on the circuit breaker of the AC socket.
5. Switch on the upstream circuit breaker of the AC power cable.
NOTE
1. Step 5 needs to be performed only in the PLC networking scenario.
2. In a scenario without a smart array controller, place the power adapter on the top of the
SmartLogger and secure the power adapter using a cable tie.
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12.2 LED Indicators (from Left to Right)
Indicator
(Silk
Screen)
Running
indicator
(RUN)
Status
Meaning
Green off
The SmartLogger is not powered on.
Blinking green quickly (on for 0.125s and
then off for 0.125s)
The SmartLogger and the NMS (the NetEco
or a third-party NMS) are not connected or
the communication between them is
interrupted.
Blinking green slowly (on for 1s and then
off for 1s)
The SmartLogger properly communicates
with the NMS (NetEco or a third-party NMS).
Alarm
status
Alarm/ma
intenance
indicator
(ALM)
Mainte
nance
status
3G/4G
indicator
Bluetooth
indicator
(BLE)
Red off
The SmartLogger and the devices connected
to it do not generate any alarm.
Blinking red at long intervals (on
for 1s and then off for 4s)
The SmartLogger or the devices connected
to it generate warnings.
Blinking red at short intervals (on The SmartLogger or the devices connected
for 0.5s and then off for 0.5s)
to it generate minor alarms.
Steady red
The SmartLogger or the devices connected
to it generate major alarms.
Green off
No near-end maintenance.
Blinking green slowly (on for 1s
and then off for 1s)
Near-end maintenance is in progress.
Steady green
The near-end maintenance is successful.
Blinking green quickly (on for
0.125s and then off for 0.125s)
The near-end maintenance failed.
N/A
Reserved.
Green off
You have not logged in to the APP or login
failed. The SmartLogger is not connected to
the APP or the communication has been
interrupted.
Blinking green slowly (on for 1s and then
off for 1s)
You have successfully logged in to the APP.
NOTE
Log in to the built-in WebUI or APP of the SmartLogger to view its running status and device
connections. For details, see the SmartLogger2000 User Manual or SUN2000 APP User Manual.
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12.3 Optical Port Indicators
Indicator
(1) Upper
optical port
(2) Lower
optical port
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Status
Meaning
Green off
The SmartLogger is not
powered on, and no
optical module is inserted
into the Ethernet optical
port.
Green steady on and
yellow blinking quickly
(0.1s on and 0.1s off)
An optical module has
been inserted into the
Ethernet optical port.
Green steady on and
yellow off
An optical fiber link has
been successfully
established.
Green steady on and
yellow blinking slowly
(0.1s on and 1.9s off)
Optical fiber
communication is in
progress.
System Commissioning
NOTE
You can connect the SmartLogger to the SUN2000 APP, embedded WebUI, or NetEco to
commission the SmartLogger and the devices connected to it. This document describes how to
perform commissioning by connecting the SmartLogger to the SUN2000 APP.
13.1 Connecting the SUN2000 APP
NOTE
1. The SUN2000 app is a convenient maintenance platform that communicates with the
monitoring system for you to query alarms, configure parameters, and perform routine
maintenance. The app name is displayed as SUN2000.
2. Mobile phone operating system: Android 4.0 or later, or iOS 7.0 or later.
3. To download the SUN2000 app software package available for Android, access Huawei app
store (http://appstore.huawei.com) or Google Play ( https://play.google.com), and search for
SUN2000.
4. To download the SUN2000 app software package available for iOS, access App Store and
searches for SUN2000.
5. The Android-oriented app connects to the monitoring system over Bluetooth or USB data cable.
The iOS-oriented app connects to the monitoring system over Bluetooth. The app connects to
the SmartLogger only over Bluetooth.
6. This document uses the WebUIs of Android-oriented SUN2000 app V200R001C00SPC020 as
an example.
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Login screen
Quick settings
Select Bluetooth
connection
Connecting Bluetooth
Switching
between users
NOTICE
Main menu
1. The SmartLogger Bluetooth is named as
LOG+the last eight figures of the SN of the
SmartLogger.
2. The login password is the same as that for
the SmartLogger connected to the APP and
is used only when the SmartLogger connects
to the APP.
3. The preset password for Common User,
Advanced User, and Special User is
00000a. Use the preset password upon initial
login. To ensure account security, change
the password immediately after login.
4. During the login, if an incorrect password is
entered for five consecutive times (the
interval between two consecutive invalid
password entries is less than 2 minutes), the
account will be locked for 10 minutes.
NOTE
1. If the SmartLogger is powered on for the first time or restores initialization, and parameter
configuration is not performed on the embedded WebUI, the Quick Settings screen is displayed
when the SmartLogger connects to the APP. You can set parameters based on site
requirements. After parameters are set, the main menu is displayed when the SmartLogger
connects to the APP again.
2. On the Quick Settings screen, tap
to return to the login screen. Then tap OK to confirm the
settings and enter the main menu.
3. Income: When Currency factor is 0 (default value), Income is --. You can set Currency factor
on the APP.
4. Grid scheduling: If there is no active power scheduling, P = NA is displayed; if there is no
power factor scheduling, PF = NA is displayed. For operations related to grid scheduling, see the
SmartLogger2000 User Manual.
5. You can modify the parameters based on site requirements. For details about parameter
configuration, see the SUN2000 APP User Manual.
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13.2 Setting Currency Factor
At the bottom of the main menu, choose More >
Settings > User Param > Income. Then set
Currency factor according to the actual situation.
13.3 Querying the SmartLogger IP
Address
Select Monitor at the bottom of the main
menu and tap SmartLogger.
NOTE
Because of the
permission restriction,
log in to APP as a
common user or an
advanced user to set
Currency factor.
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FAQ
14.1 The SmartLogger cannot be powered on.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Check whether the power cable is connected to the power adapter.
Check whether the power cable is inserted into an AC socket.
Replace the power adapter.
Contact the supplier or Huawei technical support.
14.2 The SmartLogger cannot communicate with devices through RS485.
1. RJ45 network port connection: Check whether the RJ45 connector is correctly crimped with
shielded cable wires of various colors connected to the correct pins.
2. Terminal block connection: Check whether the RS485 communications cable is connected to
the correct port of the terminal block.
3. Verify that the RS485 ports of other devices are connected to the correct ports on the
SmartLogger.
4. Check the RS485 communications cable connection. If any cable is loose, drops off, or is
reversely connected, rectify the connection.
5. Power on the SmartLogger and other devices.
6. Check the baud rate and communications address settings.
7. Contact the supplier or Huawei technical support.
The SmartLogger cannot communicate with the inverters through AC
14.3 power cables.
1. Verify whether the inverters are equipped with a PLC STA.
2. Verify that the power cable of the SmartLogger is properly connected. If the cable is loose or
drops off, reconnect the cable.
3. Check whether the upstream circuit breaker of the AC power cable to the SmartLogger is
switched on.
4. Check the built-in PLC and baud rate settings of the SmartLogger.
5. Contact the supplier or Huawei technical support.
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14.4 The SmartLogger cannot find devices.
1. Check the RS485 communications cable and power cable connections. If any cable is loose,
drops off, or is reversely connected, rectify the connection.
2. Check the settings of the RS485 communications parameters and built-in PLC. Verify that the
baud rate and communications addresses are set correctly.
3. Add devices such as the EMI and electricity meter manually.
4. Check the parameter settings for the EMI.
5. Set the address of the SmartLogger to an address within the search address segment set for
the Smart Logger.
6. Contact the supplier or Huawei technical support.
For more information, refer to the channels provided on the following page.
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Apple Store
Google Play
Huawei App Store
Scan here for more documents:
Support
WeChat
You can also log in to Huawei technical support website:
http://support.huawei.com
Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
Huawei Industrial Base, Bantian, Longgang
Shenzhen 518129 People's Republic of China
www.huawei.com
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