IDH4 for XM3 Datasheet

IDH4 for XM3 Datasheet
AlphaNet™ IDH4 Family
DOCSIS® Status Monitor for XM3-HP Series
†† Embedded network management for Alpha
broadband power supplies
†† Standard network interface Web access
and SNMP ANSI/SCTE HMS MIBs
†† Battery and power supply advanced
diagnostics reduces truck rolls and overall
operating expense of maintaining network
†† Integrated network diagnostics tools
†† Three models available:
1. IDH4 (standard)
2. IDH4x (advanced)
3. IDH4L (used with Smart AlphaGuard option)
The AlphaNet family of networking
products now includes the next generation
of DOCSIS® Status Monitor (IDH4, IDH4x,
IDH4L) for power supplies.
Network enable your power supply and access powerful
diagnostic tools using the IDH4 embedded Web
interface and standard SNMP. Poll power supply, battery
and generator data in real-time and receive alerts when
power system alarms indicate noteworthy events.
The IDH4 is completely configurable from the standard
cable modem configuration file and can be provisioned
using default cable modem settings. Customize your
monitored information with configurable settings that
are used to set alarm thresholds and power supply
operating parameters.
Alpha Technologies reserves the right to make changes to the products and information contained in this document without notice.
Copyright © 2011-2012 Alpha Technologies. All Rights Reserved. Alpha® is a registered trademark of Alpha Technologies.
AlphaNet IDH4 Family Specifications for XM3-HP Series
IDH4
IDH4x
IDH4L
Power Supply Models Supported:
XM3-HP
XM3-HP
XM3-HP
Battery Monitoring:
Up to two strings of 36 or 48V batteries
(6V batteries configurable up to two strings)
Up to four strings of 36 or 48V batteries
(6V batteries configurable up to four strings)
Up to four strings of 36 batteries with
Smart AlphaGuard Option (SAG)
Power System Management:
N/A
Up to five power supplies and an AlphaGen generator
are managed from a single IDH4X including coordinated
battery charging, system test and aggregated alarms
N/A
Management Protocol:
Standard ANSI/SCTE-HMS MIBs support basic power supply monitoring. Advanced diagnostics with battery and power module analytics available via secure SNMP
Advanced Diagnostics
Intelligent Power Supply Interface
Power supply user interface displays advanced diagnostics including: DOCSIS modem upstream and downstream RF levels, IP address assigned by network DHCP server, MAC
address and firmware levels.
Battery State of Health:
Power supply internal analytic diagnostics report when batteries should be serviced.
• Battery String Runtime Remaining
• Battery Life Remaining
(requires AlphaApps option)
Utility Status & Events:
(requires AlphaApps option)
AC Line Status:
• Utility Performance Status (outages, sags, surges, frequency)
• Utility Events (24-hour and lifetime number of events)
• Power Supply Event Log (events of daily power supply operation)
• Power Supply Configuration Log (events that occur infrequently)
• Battery Event Log (battery conductance measurements and battery manufactured dates)
History Log Reports
Hardware
RF Cable Interface:
F-connector, female, 75 Ohm, connector angle better accommodates coax bend radius when installed in some enclosures
Local Interface:
RJ-45, Ethernet, 10/100Mbps
LED Indicators:
Alarm/Ready, Upstream registration, Downstream lock, AlphaBus activity, RF level, Ethernet Link, CPE traffic, Battery Sense harness correctly connected
I/O Control (IDH4X and IDH4L Only):
6-pin Molex: Digital input, Digital output, 5V, Common
AlphaBus:
RJ-11 offset tab: Multiple power supply and AlphaGen communications
Battery Monitoring:
8-pin Molex battery string A/B
Tamper:
NO or NC, software configurable, reads enclosure door magnetic switch
8-pin Molex battery string A/B and
8-pin Molex battery string C/D.
Requires SAG Option
Environment
Operating Temperature:
-40°C to 65°C / -40°F to 149°F
Storage Temperature:
-40°C to 85°C / -40°F to 185°F
Humidity:
10 to 90% non-condensing
Regulatory Compliance:
FCC Part 15 Class A
EN 50083-2:2006 EMC requirements for CATV equipment
EN 62040-2:2006 Uninterruptable power supply EMC requirements, Category C2
Surge: IEEE 587, Category B3
RoHS: Directive 2002/95/EC
Network Communications
DOCSIS (RF) Port Protocols:
IP, UDP, TCP, DHCP, TFTP, SNMPv1,SNMPv2c, HTTP, SNTP
Ethernet Port:
Local Mode: HTTP Web interface for local on-site diagnosis
CPE Mode: DOCSIS Cable modem Ethernet CPE functionality
MIBs:
Power supply (ANSI/SCTE 38-4)
Other SCTE-HMS MIBs as defined by the SCTE for power supply and generator status monitoring
Alpha proprietary advanced UPS diagnostics
Alpha Technologies reserves the right to make changes to the products and information contained in this document without notice.
Copyright © 2011-2012 Alpha Technologies. All Rights Reserved. Alpha® is a registered trademark of Alpha Technologies.
AlphaNet IDH4 Family Specifications for XM3-HP Series
IDH4
IDH4x
IDH4L
Power Supply Monitored Parameters
Major Alarm:
Aggregate alarm consisting of : test fail, line isolation, output failure, output overload, output tripped, charger failure, inverter temperature, configuration error, inverter failure, no
batteries, battery failure
Minor Alarm:
Aggregate alarm consisting of: AC line loss, input over current/input current limit, surge MOV failure, inverter enable, charger enable, option board failure, battery temperature probe
Input Voltage:
Reported from power supply V(in) measurement
Output Voltage:
Reported from power supply V(out) measurement
Output Current:
0 to 25A standard on Port 1, Port 2 requires power supply option
Output Power:
Calculated, reported in AC Watts
Input Current:
Reported in Amps
Input Power:
Reported in AC Watts
UPS Status:
AC Line, Standby, Test in progress, Test alarm
Charger Current:
Reported in Amps
Battery Discharge Current:
Reported in Amps
Battery Voltage:
Individual battery voltage, up to two strings of 3 or 4
batteries (maximum 8 batteries), ±100mV per battery.
Battery Temperature:
Reported from power supply battery Remote Temperature Sensor (RTS)
Remote Test Control:
Start/Stop power supply test cycle
Enclosure Door:
Open or Closed
Individual battery voltage, up to four strings of 3 or 4
batteries (maximum 16 batteries), ±100mV per battery.
Individual battery voltage, up to four strings of 3 or 4
batteries (maximum 16 batteries), ±100mV per battery.
Requires SAG option
Generator Monitored Parameters (IDH4x Only)
Status:
Generator Off, Running, Alarm
Generator Alarm:
Aggregate alarm consisting of: low oil pressure, engine over-temp, engine over-speed, crank limit, over voltage, low fuel, water intrusion, pad shear, gas hazard, test fail
Gas Hazard:
OK, Alarm
Water Intrusion:
OK, Alarm
Pad Shear:
OK, Alarm
Enclosure Door:
OK, Alarm
Ignition Battery Voltage:
±100mV
Enclosure Temperature:
±2°C
Low Fuel:
OK, Alarm
Remote Test Control:
Start/Stop generator test cycle
Cable Modem for DOCSIS 1.1 and 2.0
Transmit Frequency Range:
5 to 42MHz
Receive Center Frequency Range:
91 to 857MHz
Output Power Range:
TDMA:
+8 to +54 dBmV (32QAM, 64QAM)
+8 to +55 dBmV (8QAM, 16QAM)
+8 to +58 dBmV (QPSK)
S-CDMA:
+8 to +53 dBmV (All modulations of S-CDMA)
Input Signal Range:
-15 to 15dBmV
Channel Bandwidth:
6MHz
Additional Equipment
874-842-21 (p/n):
Wire Kit, Battery Sense, 1x36V, 6’
874-842-20 (p/n):
Wire Kit, Battery Sense, 2x36V, 6’
874-841-21 (p/n):
Wire Kit, Battery Sense, 1x48V, 6’
874-841-20 (p/n):
Wire Kit, Battery Sense, 2x48V, 6’
162-028-10 (p/n):
Surge Protector: Female/Female connector configuration, “F” type connector with integral ground block. Required for all installations.
Alpha Technologies reserves the right to make changes to the products and information contained in this document without notice.
Copyright © 2011-2012 Alpha Technologies. All Rights Reserved. Alpha® is a registered trademark of Alpha Technologies.
AlphaNet IDH4 Family Specifications for XM3-HP Series
Major and Minor Alarms
Active Alarm
Type
Category
Type
Category
SELF TEST FAIL
Major
Power
NO BATTERIES
Major
Battery
LINE ISOLATION
Major
Power
LOW BATT VOLTS
Major
Battery
OUTPUT FAILURE
Major
Power
HIGH BATT VOLTS
Major
Battery
OUTPUT OVERLOAD
Major
Power
BATTERY EOD
Major
Battery
OUTPUT 1 TRIPPED
Major
Power
BATTERY FAIL
Major
Battery
OUTPUT 2 TRIPPED
Major
Power
BATT TEMP PROBE
Minor
Battery
CHARGER FAILURE
Major
Power
Minor
Battery
INVERTER TEMP
Major
Power
REFRESH/BATT
REFRESH ALARM
CONFIG ERROR
Major
Power
SAG OPTION
Minor
Battery
SAG DELTA MEAN
Minor
Battery
SAG RELAY STUCK
Minor
Battery
STR X MISWIRED
Minor
Battery
SAG NOT CALIBRAT
Minor
Battery
X BAL STAGE
Minor
Battery
INVERTER ALARM/
INVERTER FAILED
Major
Power
INPUT FAILURE
Minor
Power
INPUT OVER CURR/
INPUT CURRENT LIMIT
Minor
Power
SURGE MOV FAIL
Minor
Power
ALPHADOC OPTION
Minor
Power
INVERTER ENABLE
Minor
Power
CHARGER ENABLE
Minor
Power
APP OPTION
Minor
Power
INV EEPROM ERROR
Minor
Power
Active Alarm
09/2012
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