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Components of an EPU05A

An EPU05A consists of an EPU05A subrack, a PMU 11A, and PSUs (R4850G2).

) PMU (2) PSU (R4850G2) (3) Filler panel (4) EPU05A-03 or EPU05A-05 Subrack
11A

Description for components of the EPU05A


The following table describes the components of the EPU05A.

Table 1 Components of the EPU05A

Description
Module

PMU 11A It is installed in slot 0.

PSU (R4850G2) A minimum of two PSUs must be configured.


The PSUs must be installed in adjacent slots
sequentially from slot 1 to slot 5.

Filler panel A maximum of five PSUs can be configured.


Filler panels must be installed in vacant slots.

EPU05A subrack Figure 2 shows how slots are numbered in the


EPU05A-03 or EPU05A-05 subrack.
EPU05A-03 or EPU05A-05 Subrack
An EPU05A-03 or EPU05A-05 subrack houses the PMU 11A and PSUs (R4850G2). It also
distributes AC and DC power. The EPU05A-03 and EPU05A-05 subrack applies to a distributed
base station in different AC input scenarios.
Applications of an EPU05A-03 or EPU05A-05 Subrack
The following table describes the applications of an EPU05A-03 or EPU05A-05 subrack.

Table 1 Applications of the EPU05A-03 or EPU05A-05 subrack

Application Description
Type

Distributed base station supplied


EPU05A-03 It is a 5 U subrack and houses a
with 220 V AC power
maximum of five PSUs (R4850G2)
and one PMU 11A. It distributes
Distributed base station supplied
EPU05A-05 large- and small-capacity DC power.
with 110 V AC power

Exteriors
Figure 1 and Figure 2 show the exteriors of the EPU05A-03 and EPU05A-05 subracks,
respectively.
Figure 1 Exterior of the EPU05A-03 subrack
(1) AC surge (2) PSU1/4 circuit breaker, PSU2/5 (3) AC (4) BAT circuit
protector circuit breaker, and PSU3 circuit OUTPUT breaker
breaker circuit
breaker

(5) Circuit breaker (6) Output terminal for storage (7) Output (8) Output terminals
for RFC 1 batteries terminal for for LOAD 0 to
RFC 1 LOAD 8

(9) Output (10) Spare fuse box (11) Short- (12) AC INPUT
terminals for RRU circuiting bara
0 to RRU 5

(13) AC OUTPUT - - -

NOTE:
a: When a short-circuiting bar is installed on the AC INPUT wiring terminal to connect the L1,
L2, and L3 terminals, the EPU subrack supports 220 V AC single-phase power. When the EPU
subrack supports 220 V AC three-phase power, the short-circuiting bar needs to be removed.

Function
An EPU05A-03 or EPU05A-05 distributes AC and DC power.
 An EPU05A-03 or EPU05A-05 subrack performs the following AC power distribution
functions:
 Provides two AC outputs. One is used for the service outlet unit (SOU). The other
one is connected to the junction box on the left side of the cabinet interior, and
divided into four AC power outputs, which are then provided to the heater or
heating film.
 Reports AC input surge protection alarms.
 An EPU05A-03 or EPU05A-05 subrack provides 17 DC outputs for a distributed base
station.
Terminals
The following figure shows the power input and output terminals on the EPU05A-03 or
EPU05A-05 subrack, as shown in Table 2, Table 3.

Figure 3 Power input and output terminals on the EPU05A-03 or EPU05A-05 subrack

Table 2 AC input and output terminals on the EPU05A-03 or EPU05A-05 subrack

Wiring Terminal Connector


AC Input/Output Terminal

AC INPUT (EPU05A-03) L1, L2, L3, N OT terminal (M6)


AC INPUT (EPU05A-05) L1, L2, N, PE

AC OUTPUT L1, N1, L2, N2

Table 3 DC input and output terminals on the EPU05A-03 or EPU05A-05 subrack

DC Power Supply Protector Protector Connector


DC Output Unit Specification
Terminal

LOAD 0 and BBU Fusec 15x30 A EPC 4


LOAD 1

LOAD 2 FAN

LOAD 3 TM_0a

LOAD 4 TM_1

LOAD 5 TM_2 or EMUA or


EMUB

LOAD 6 TM_3 or BBU

LOAD 7 TMC

LOAD 8 IBBSb

RRU 0 to RRU RRU EPC 5


5

RFC 1 RFC Breaker 1x125 A OT terminal (M6)

BAT BAT 1x250 A OT terminal (M8)

NOTE:
a: TM is the customer transmission equipment. LOAD3, LOAD4, LOAD5, and LOAD6 are DC
output terminals for the transmission equipment, supporting four DC outputs.
b: When the IBBS200D is configured, LOAD8 is the DC output terminal connecting to the
IBBS200D fan power cable. When IBBS200T is configured, LOAD8 is the DC output terminal
connecting to the IBBS200T TEC power cable.
c: The spare fuse box can provide five 5 A fuses and three 30 A fuses, which can be used to
replace broken ones onsite.
Circuit Breakers
There are several circuit breakers on the EPU05A-03 or EPU05A-05 subrack panel to control the
DC outputs. The following figure shows the positions of the circuit breakers and the following
table describes the specifications of the circuit breakers.

Figure 4 Circuit breakers on the EPU05A-03 subrack

Table 4 Specifications of the circuit breakers on the EPU05A-03 or EPU05A-05 subrack

Silkscreen Requirement for the Circuit


Circuit Breaker Breaker

PSU circuit breakers PSU1/4 1x40 A/1 P


(EPU05A-03)
PSU2/5 1x40 A/1 P

PSU3 1x25 A/1 P

PSU circuit breaker PSU 1x100 A/2 P


(EPU05A-05)

AC output circuit breaker AC OUTPUT 1x16 A/2 P


(EPU05A-03)

AC output circuit breakers AC OUTPUT1 and AC 2x16 A/1 P


(EPU05A-05) OUTPUT2

Circuit breaker for storage BAT 1x125 A/2 P


batteries

RFC circuit breaker RFC1 1x125 A/1 P


Technical Specifications
The following table describes the technical specifications of the EPU05A-03 or EPU05A-05
subrack.

Table 5 Technical specifications of the EPU05A-03 or EPU05A-05 subrack

Specifications
Component

Output voltage -44 V DC to -58 V DC

Rated voltage -53.5 V DC

Output current 0 A to 250 A

PMU 11A
A power monitoring unit 11A (PMU 11A) manages the power system and battery, monitors
power distribution, and reports alarms. It can be used in BTS3900(Ver.D), BTS3900L(Ver.D),
BTS3900AL(Ver.A), OMB(Ver.C), BTS3900(Ver.D_A), BTS3900(Ver.D_B),
APM30H(Ver.D), APM30H(Ver.D_A1), APM30H(Ver.D_A2), APM30H(Ver.D_B),
BTS3012(Ver.D_Z), BTS3012AE(Ver.D_Z) cabinets and IMS06 subrack.
Exterior
The following figure shows the exterior of a PMU 11A.

Function
A PMU 11A performs the following functions:
 Communicates with the upper-level device through an RS485 port.
 Manages the power system and the charge and discharge of storage batteries.
 Monitors the door status and the temperature of storage batteries.
 Monitors power distribution and reports alarms.
 Communicates with the battery cabinet through an RS485 port.
Port
The following figure shows the ports on a PMU 11A.

The following table describes the ports on a PMU 11A.

Table 1 Ports on a PMU 11A

Silkscreen Connector Description


No.

1 GATE 2-pin connector Connects to a door status sensor.

2 TEM_BAT 2-pin connector Connects to a battery temperature sensor.

3 COM_IN RJ45 connector Connects to the BBU or communicates


with the upper-level monitoring board.

4 COM_OUT RJ45 connector Communicates with the lower-level


monitoring board.

5 COM_485 RJ45 connector Connects to the monitoring board in the


battery cabinet, and receives monitoring
signals from the battery cabinet.

Indicator
The following table describes the indicators on a PMU 11A.

Table 2 Indicators on a PMU 11A

Meaning Color State Description


Silkscre
en

RUN Running Green Steady on The module is performing startup, self-check,


indicator loading, and activation.

Blinking (on for The PMU 11A is functional and


1s and off for 1s) communicating with the main control board
in the BBU properly. (This status does not
necessarily mean that the PMU 11A has been
configured.)

Blinking (on for The PMU 11A is functional but unable to


0.125s and off for communicate properly.
0.125s)

Steady off The module is faulty or there is no DC power


supply.

ALM Alarm Red Steady on Alarms are generated, and the module must
indicator be replaced.

Steady off No alarm is generated.

Blinking (on for An alarm is generated and you need to locate


1s and off for 1s) the fault before determining whether to
replace the module.

DIP Switch
There is a DIP switch on the left panel of the PMU 11A. The DIP switch has eight bits, where
the four least significant bits 1, 2, 3, and 4 define the monitoring address of the PMU 11A, and
the four most significant bits 5, 6, 7, and 8 are not defined but reserved for future use.
ON is indicated by 1, and OFF is indicated by 0. The monitoring address of the PMU 11A is set
to 3 by default before delivery, as shown in the following figure.
NOTE:
At a site configured with two or more APM30Hs, if two PMU units are connected to one RS485
bus for the BBU, the monitoring address of the other PMU is set to 4. That is, the lower four bits
of the DIP switch are set to 0010.

PSU (R4850G2)
A power supply unit (PSU) (R4850G2) converts 110 V AC or 220 V AC power into -48 V DC.
It can be used in BTS3900(Ver.D), BTS3900L(Ver.D), BTS3900AL(Ver.A), OMB(Ver.C),
BTS3900(Ver.D_A), BTS3900(Ver.D_B), APM30H(Ver.D), APM30H(Ver.D_A1),
APM30H(Ver.D_A2), APM30H(Ver.D_B), BTS3012(Ver.D_Z), BTS3012AE(Ver.D_Z)
cabinets and IMS06 subrack.
Exterior
The following figure shows the exterior of a PSU (R4850G2).

Function
A PSU (R4850G2) performs the following functions:
 Converts 110 V AC or 220 V AC power into -48 V DC and adjusts the output voltage.
 Provides protection against overcurrent, overvoltage, and overtemperature for its DC
outputs.
 Dissipates heat using its built-in fans.
Indicator
The following figure shows the indicators on a PSU (R4850G2).
The following table describes the indicators on a PSU (R4850G2).

Table 1 Indicators on a PSU (R4850G2)

Color State Description


Silkscreen

(1) Power Green Steady on The board is functional.


indicator
Blinking (on for 0.125s The PSU is loading software online.
and off for 0.125s)

Steady off The mains supply or the module is faulty.

(2) Yellow Steady off Normal


Protection
indicator Steady on An alarm triggered by an external factor is
generated.

Blinking (on for 1s and The communication between the module and
off for 1s) the PMU is interrupted.

(3) Fault Red Steady off Normal


indicator
Steady on The module is faulty or is shut down in an
emergency. Locate the fault and replace the
module.