SmartLogger1000 User Manual Issue Date 2019-01-15 HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.
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About This Document About This Document Purpose This document introduces the SmartLogger1000 (SmartLogger for short) in terms of installation, cable connections, system operation and maintenance, and troubleshooting. Readers should understand the SmartLogger features, functions, and safety precautions provided in this document before installing and operating the SmartLogger.
Operation personnel should understand the composition and working principles of the PV grid-tied power generating system and local regulations. Read this document thoroughly before operations. Huawei shall not be liable for any consequence caused by violation of the storage, transportation, installation, and operation regulations specified in this document.
Modbus protocol or provide RS485 ports. It can simultaneously connect to the Huawei and third-party network management systems by using the Modbus-TCP and IEC104 protocols. It can connect to a multi-functional power meter over DLT645.
Remote maintenance − Supports connection to both Huawei NMS and a third-party NMS using Modbus-TCP and IEC104 protocol to remotely manage all devices. − Allows users to access a third-party NMS over the File Transfer Protocol (FTP).
Devices. The Huawei PLC supports auto-negotiation of baud rate 9600 bps/115200 bps. If the PLC networking is used, you are advised to set Baud rate to 115200 bps for the RS485 ports of the SmartLogger to achieve better communication performance.
Use the delivered 12 V power adapter when starting the SmartLogger. Confirm with the local Huawei engineers if using other types of power adapters. Log in to the SmartLogger on the monitoring panel. When you log in to the Settings page or Maintenance page, an identity authentication is required.
Server: Fill in the IP address of the NMS server. Port number: When the SmartLogger connects to the Huawei NMS, the port number is 16100 by default. When the SmartLogger connects to a third-party NMS, set Port number according to the server port enabled in the third-party NMS.
SmartLogger1000 User Manual 6 User Interface You have obtained the upgrade package with the help of the supplier or Huawei engineers. Save the package under the root directory and do not extract the package. When upgrading the firmware for the SUN2000, change the file name of the package to sun2000_usb.zip.
6 User Interface If Data Clear is performed on Huawei devices such as the inverter and PID module, Alarm Reset must be performed on the SmartLogger and NMS. Otherwise, the SmartLogger cannot collect alarm information generated by the devices after Data Clear is performed.
Choose Over View > Plant Running Info. and query information on the displayed page. Figure 7-8 Plant running information The PV plant running information contains only the information about all the Huawei SUN2000s connected to the SmartLogger. 7.7.2 Active Alarm Choose Over View >...
Modbus-RTU protocol, such as the box-type transformer and environmental monitoring instrument (EMI). Since the protocol information points vary depending on vendors, you need to obtain a protocol information file in .cfg format from Huawei and import the file into the SmartLogger for successfully connecting to a third-party device.
Set Server to the IP address or domain name of the management system server. If the SmartLogger connects to the Huawei management system, retain the default value 16100 for Port number. If it connects to a third-party management system, set Port number based on the server port enabled in the third-party management system.
The SmartLogger can read the information about such third-party devices and upload the information to the NMS, enhancing the PV plant solution. As Huawei inverter devices (such as SUN2000s) support protocols different from third-party devices that use standard IEC103 (such as box-type transformers, combiner boxes, and inverters), they cannot be connected in series on the same RS485 bus.
Figure 7-50 Setting IEC103 parameters Third-party devices and Huawei devices must be connected to different ports of the SmartLogger. Otherwise, the communication will be abnormal. The value of IEC103 IP must be consistent with the IP address of the NMS.
The FTP function is used to access a third-party NMS. The SmartLogger can report the configuration information and running data of the managed plant system through the FTP. A third-party NMS can access Huawei devices with proper configurations. Because of permission restriction, log in as Advanced User. Choose Settings > FTP to access the target page.
Maintenance > Connect Device to access the target page. Figure 7-77 Connecting devices Huawei devices can be automatically detected or manually added. The EMI, power meter, slave SmartLogger, and third-party devices cannot be automatically detected. You need to add them manually.
SmartLogger alarms by performing the operation. If Clear Alarm is performed for the Huawei devices such as the inverter and PID, Alarm Reset must be performed on the NMS. Otherwise the SmartLogger cannot collect alarm data from the devices after alarms are cleared.
AC power port. power port. 3. Replace the power adapter. 3. Power adapter is faulty. 4. Contact the supplier or Huawei 4. The SmartLogger is faulty. Customer Service Dept. 1. The LCD is faulty. The LCD is Contact the supplier or Huawei Customer off.
SmartLogger1000 User Manual 9 Maintenance Symptom Possible Cause Measures 1. The button is faulty. The LCD Contact the supplier or Huawei Customer does not 2. The SmartLogger is faulty. Service Dept. respond when a button is pressed. 1. The COM ports are not connected to 1.