2. Before you install the device, closely read the SmartLogger1000 User Manual to get familiar with product information and precautions. In the following text, SmartLogger1000 is abbreviated as SmartLogger.
Bottom view Port (Silk Screen) Function Description POWER Power supply 12 V DC Connects to a local area network (LAN) switch, router, Fast Ethernet power over Ethernet (PoE) or PC. RS232 RS232 Connects to an external RS232 device. Analog input 4–20 mA and 0–20 mA current input (active), reserved Digital input Connects to a dry contact input.
Recommended Model or Component Component Source Quantity Specifications SmartLogger SmartLogger1000 Can be purchased from Huawei 1 PCS RS485 signal surge PowerSA-5KA-15V Can be purchased from Huawei 2 PCS protective device (SPD) PLC CCO PLC CCO01A Can be purchased from Huawei 1 PCS...
RS485/PLC+LTE Recommended Model or Component Component Source Quantity Specifications SmartLogger SmartLogger1000 Can be purchased from Huawei 1 PCS RS485 signal PowerSA-5KA-15V Can be purchased from Huawei 2 PCS PLC CCO PLC CCO01A Can be purchased from Huawei 1 PCS PoE module...
Installing the SmartLogger Installation Space NOTE Chassis dimensions (W x H x D): 225 mm x 140 mm x 50 mm Installation Mode On a Wall NOTICE Install the SmartLogger on a wall that is flat and has the bearing capacity to securely hold the SmartLogger which weighs 500 g.
When wall-mounting the SmartLogger, ensure that the cable connection area faces downwards for ease of cable connection and maintenance. Along a Guide Rail Huawei does not provide the SmartLogger guide rail. If you choose this installation mode, prepare a 35 mm standard guide rail by yourself. Unit: mm NOTE 1.
Installing the RS485 Signal SPD NOTE 1. The SmartLogger provides three 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.
Port Definitions NOTICE For the definitions of the communications ports on the devices such as the EMI and power meter, 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.
RJ45 Network Port (SUN2000) Color Function White and orange RS485A, RS485 differential signal+ Orange RS485B, RS485 differential signal– White and green Blue RS485A, RS485 differential signal+ White and blue RS485B, RS485 differential signal– Green White and brown Brown RS485 Signal SPD RS485 Surge Protection Surge...
1. Remove an appropriate length of the steel armor and insulation layer from one end of the cable using a wire stripper. Unit: mm 2. Remove the terminal block from the SmartLogger COM port. 3. Connect the cable to the SmartLogger terminal block. (1) Wiring terminal (2) White contact plate NOTE...
Connecting the RS485 Communications Cable NOTE 1. Verify that the RS485 communications cable is not longer than 1000 meters. 2. A terminal block is recommended for connecting cables to the SUN2000. The following uses the SUN2000-33KTL/40KTL terminal block as an example to describe cable connection. 3.
NOTICE 1. The RS485 IN and RS485 OUT ports on the SUN2000 can both connect to the SmartLogger. This document uses the RS485 OUT port as an example to describe the connection between the SUN2000 and the SmartLogger. 2. 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–...
No. Port Definition Function Dry contact input common terminal 1, used for active power GND1 derating for DI1–DI4 DI_1 DI_2 DI_3 DI_4 Dry contact input common GND2 terminal 2, used for reactive power compensation for DI1–DI4 1. Prepare a cable with an appropriate length, strip a part of the insulation layer, and connect the stripped core wire to the ripple...
2. Insert the power cable plug into an AC socket. NOTE Log in to the liquid crystal display (LCD) or embedded web user interface (WebUI) of the SmartLogger to view its running status and device connections. For details, see the SmartLogger1000 User Manual.
1. Check that the power cable connects to the power adapter. 2. Check that the power cable connects to the AC socket. 3. Replace the power adapter. 4. Contact the vendor or Huawei technical support. 12.2 The SmartLogger cannot find devices.
12.3 How can I remove the RS485 signal SPD? Reshape the slot beside port 1,3, or 5 using a flat-head screwdriver, and pull the RS485 signal SPD outwards.
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, Longing, Shenzhen 518129 People's Republic of China www.huawei.com...