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ECC500
V600R001C01
User Manual
Issue
03
Date
2020-01-06
HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.

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  • Page 1 ECC500 V600R001C01 User Manual Issue Date 2020-01-06 HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.
  • Page 2 Notice The purchased products, services and features are stipulated by the contract made between Huawei and the customer. All or part of the products, services and features described in this document may not be within the purchase scope or the usage scope. Unless otherwise specified in the contract, all statements, information, and recommendations in this document are provided "AS IS"...
  • Page 3: About This Document

    About This Document About This Document Purpose This document describes the ECC500 data center controller (ECC500 for short) in terms of its overview, configurations, ports, installation, commissioning, user interfaces, maintenance, and troubleshooting, providing guidelines for onsite installation personnel and technical support engineers.
  • Page 4 Updated the safety information. Issue 02 (2019-03-07)  Updated the air conditioner name to smart cooling product.  Updated some MDU screenshots. Issue 01 (2015-04-26) This issue is the first official release. Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    4 Installation and Commissioning....................29 4.1 Installation and Commissioning Flowchart ........................ 29 4.2 Installing Devices ............................... 29 4.2.1 Installing a Rack-mounted ECC500 ........................29 4.2.2 Installing a Wall-mounted ECC500 ......................... 31 4.2.3 (Optional) Installing a Rack-mounted AI/DI Module ....................32 4.2.4 (Optional) Installing a Wall-mounted AI/DI Module ....................
  • Page 6 6.2.2.6 MUE05A_AIDI_1 Voltage Low Alarm ........................ 75 6.2.2.7 MUE05A_AIDI_1 Sensor Connection Error Alarm ..................... 76 6.2.3 Alarm Reference for the GPRS Expansion Card ..................... 77 6.2.3.1 MUC01A Board Not Detected ..........................77 6.2.3.2 MUC01A_DI_1 Alarm ............................77 Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 7 7.13 How Can I Set Temperature and Humidity Alarm Thresholds for a T/H Sensor? ............ 99 7.14 How Can I Change Fan Alarm Thresholds and Reset a Fan? ................. 100 7.15 How Can I Delete a Device Failing in Communication or Restart the ECC500? ........... 102 7.16 How Can I View Performance Data? ........................103 7.17 How Can I View Operation Logs? ..........................
  • Page 8: Safety Information

    The "NOTICE", "WARNING", and "DANGER" statements in this document do not cover all the safety instructions. They are only supplements to the safety instructions. Huawei will not be liable for any consequence caused by the violation of general safety requirements or design, production, and usage safety standards.
  • Page 9  Keep irrelevant people away from the equipment. Only operators are allowed to access the equipment.  Use insulated tools or tools with insulated handles, as shown in the following figure. Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 10  To avoid electric shock, do not connect safety extra-low voltage (SELV) circuits to telecommunication network voltage (TNV) circuits. Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 11: Personnel Requirements

    Do not power on the equipment before it is installed or confirmed by professionals. 1.2 Personnel Requirements  Personnel who plan to install or maintain Huawei equipment must receive thorough training, understand all necessary safety precautions, and be able to correctly perform all operations.
  • Page 12 When selecting, connecting, and routing cables, follow local safety regulations and rules. The static electricity generated by human bodies may damage the electrostatic-sensitive components on boards, for example, the large-scale integrated (LSI) circuits. Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 13: Installation Environment Requirements

     Ensure that the equipment room provides good heat insulation, and the walls and floor are dampproof.  Install a rat guard at the door of the equipment room. Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 14: Mechanical Safety

    Before hoisting objects, ensure that hoisting tools are firmly secured onto a load-bearing object or wall.  Ensure that the angle formed by two hoisting cables is no more than 90 degrees, as shown in the following figure. Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 15 Do not climb higher than the fourth rung of the ladder from the top.  Ensure that your body's center of gravity does not shift outside the legs of the ladder. Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 16: Others

    Metal shavings from drilling may short-circuit boards inside the equipment.  Obtain the consent from the customer, subcontractor, and Huawei before drilling.  Wear goggles and protective gloves when drilling holes. ...
  • Page 17 UPS output voltage level or frequency. Doing so may affect the power supply to equipment.  Exercise caution when setting battery parameters. Incorrect settings will affect the power supply and battery lifespan. Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 18: Overview

    2.2 Features Hardware Functions  The ECC500 supports AC inputs of 100 V to 240 V, 50 Hz or 60 Hz, and can be used worldwide.  Ports for sensors and intelligent equipment support only RJ45 terminals, minimizing cable types, simplifying delivery, and enabling fast deployment.
  • Page 19: Typical Application Scenarios

    The ECC500 supports the automatic assess of sensors such as water sensors and NTC resistor-based temperature sensors, simplifying delivery and deployment.  The ECC500 provides the 12 V DC power supply to devices such as sensors and audible and visual alarms. Additional power supply to these devices is not needed. ...
  • Page 20 Local Management If the ECC500 is used for local management, there is no need to configure the NMS and the ECC500 works as a data collector and manager. The ECC500 collects, analyzes, and processes device data, while users manage the devices on the ECC500 WebUI.
  • Page 21 ECC500 User Manual 2 Overview Figure 2-3 Networking for local management For the devices that can be connected to and managed by the ECC500 used for local management, see Devices Managed by the ECC500. Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 22: Configurations And Port

    3 Configurations and Port Configurations and Port 3.1 Configurations The ECC500 consists of a power module, a main control module, a GPRS expansion card, an RS485 expansion card, and an AI/DI expansion card. The detailed configuration rules are as follows: ...
  • Page 23 ECC500 User Manual 3 Configurations and Port Table 3-1 ECC500 component functions Hardware Silk Screen Configuration Function  Main control SMU03A Mandatory (1 Provides an LCD to query, set, module PCS) and control local parameters.  Provides an operating status indicator and alarm indicator.
  • Page 24: Port

    Figure 3-2 Front panel of the main control module (1) Indicators (2) LCD (3) Buttons (4) FE port (5) RS485/RS232 port (6) COM1 port (7) COM2 port (8) USB port Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 25 After a menu is displayed, the LCD screen becomes dark if no button is pressed within 30 seconds. Ports Table 3-4 describes ports on the front panel of the main control module. Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 26: Power Module

    Figure 3-3 shows the port on the front panel of the power module. Figure 3-3 Front panel of the power module Table 3-5 describes the performance specifications of the power module. Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 27: Rs485 Expansion Card

    53.5 V DC/15 V DC Structure The subrack of the power module is less than 1 U high and occupies two slots of the ECC500 subrack. 3.2.3 RS485 Expansion Card The RS485 expansion card provides five half-duplex RS485 communications ports that are compatible with two-wire and four-wire cables.
  • Page 28 400 mA to devices such as AI/DI modules and intelligent T/H sensors. Pin definition:  1: A  2: B  3: 12 V DC power  4: A  5: B  8: GND Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 29: Ai/Di Expansion Card

    The AI/DI expansion card provides four AI/DI input ports to connect monitoring sensors and provide the DO control function. Figure 3-6 shows ports on the front panel of the AI/DI expansion card. Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 30 Alarm No alarm is indicator generated. Steady on A board alarm is generated. Table 3-9 describes ports on the front panel of the AI/DI expansion card. Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 31: Gprs Expansion Card

    3.2.5 GPRS Expansion Card Figure 3-7 shows the front panel of the GPRS expansion card. Figure 3-7 Front panel of the GPRS expansion card (1) DO_1 (2) DO_2 (3) DI_1 (4) DI_2 Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 32 The GPRS expansion card in the GPRS board is not powered on. Steady on A GPRS call is in progress. Blinking (on for 0.1s, GPRS data transmission is in then off for 0.025s) progress. Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 33: Ai/Di Module

    Used to connect the GPRS antenna. 3.2.6 AI/DI Module When the AI/DI expansion card installed in the ECC500 has insufficient space for AI/DI data collection, you can connect an AI/DI module to the AI/DI expansion card using an RS485 bus.
  • Page 34 Alarm No alarm is indicator generated. Steady on A board alarm is generated. Table 3-13 describes ports on the front panel of the AI/DI module. Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 35 If the signal quality is poor due to signal reflection, set toggle switch 4 to ON for the farthermost AI/DI module. After the DIP switch settings are modified, power off and restart the AI/DI module for the new settings to take effect. Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 36: Installation And Commissioning

    User Manual 4 Installation and Commissioning Installation and Commissioning 4.1 Installation and Commissioning Flowchart Figure 4-1 shows the flowchart for installing and commissioning the ECC500. Figure 4-1 ECC500 installation and commissioning flowchart 4.2 Installing Devices 4.2.1 Installing a Rack-mounted ECC500 Prerequisites ...
  • Page 37 Ensure that the floating nuts on both sides are on the same horizontal line. Step 2 Place the ECC500 on the correct guide rails in the cabinet. Step 3 Secure the ECC500 in the cabinet by tightening the M6 screws clockwise on the right and left mounting ears, as shown by (2) in Figure 4-3.
  • Page 38: Installing A Wall-Mounted Ecc500

    Step 3 Drill holes at the marked installation position (hole spacing: 52 mm x 472 mm) on the wall using a hammer drill, and install four M8 expansion bolts into the holes. Step 4 Install the ECC500 at the expansion bolts on the wall and ensure that the rear panel of the ECC500 is flush with the wall.
  • Page 39: Optional) Installing A Rack-Mounted Ai/Di Module

    Step 1 Use a floating nut mounting bar to install floating nuts (one on each site) into the mounting holes in the posts of the rack, as shown in Figure 4-5. Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 40: Optional) Installing A Wall-Mounted Ai/Di Module

    M8 expansion bolts into the holes. Step 4 Install the AI/DI module at the expansion bolts on the wall and ensure that the rear panel of the module is flush with the wall. Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 41: Connecting Cables

    ----End 4.3 Connecting Cables Connecting Ground Cables After an ECC500 or an AI/DI module is installed, connect a ground cable to it and connect the other end of the ground cable to the cabinet or site ground point. Figure 4-8 shows the ground cable connections for the ECC500 and AI/DI module.
  • Page 42 4 Installation and Commissioning Figure 4-9 Connecting to an IP network Connecting Monitoring Cables All AI/DI and RS485 ports on expansion cards of the ECC500 are connected to monitoring components using standard Ethernet cables with RJ45 connectors, as shown in Figure 4-10.
  • Page 43 4 Installation and Commissioning Figure 4-10 Connecting monitoring cables Connect an audible and visual alarm to the ECC500 using the delivered adapter. Connecting Cables to Intelligent Equipment and Sensors For details about how to connect cables to intelligent equipment through RS485 ports, see Table 3-7.
  • Page 44 User Manual 4 Installation and Commissioning Figure 4-11 Connecting cables to sensors Connecting Power Cables The power module of the ECC500 is connected to the external power supply using a power cable. Figure 4-12 shows the cable connection. Figure 4-12 Connecting a power cable...
  • Page 45: Connecting The T/H Sensor Monitoring Cable

    4-14. Figure 4-14 Preparing an RJ12 connector (unit: mm) Step 3 Plug the RJ45 connector to an RS485 port with 12 V power supply in the ECC500 and the RJ12 connector to the RS485 port in the T/H sensor. ----End Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright ©...
  • Page 46: Connecting The Ups2000G-A Monitoring Cable

    Step 1 Prepare RJ45 connectors on both ends of a network cable, as shown in Figure 4-13. Step 2 Plug one RJ45 connector to an RS485 port in the ECC500 and the other one to the RS485 port in the UPS2000G-A. ----End 4.3.3 Connecting the UPS2000G-B Monitoring Cable...
  • Page 47: Connecting The Fan Monitoring Cable

    Figure 4-17. Figure 4-17 Preparing a special RJ45 connector (unit: mm) Step 3 Plug the common RJ45 connector to an RS485 port in the ECC500 and the special one to the RS485 port in the UPS2000G-B. ----End 4.3.4 Connecting the Fan Monitoring Cable Context The fan can be connected only to the COM1 port of the main control module in the ECC500.
  • Page 48: Commissioning Devices

    AI/DI module in the manner specified in 4.3 Connecting Cables. Connect the external power supply to the power module to power on the ECC500. Checking Indicator Status Check the indicators on the main control module, RS485 expansion card, AI/DI expansion card, and AI/DI module.
  • Page 49 Figure 4-19 Viewing active alarms Basic Settings (LCD) For details about how to set the language, date, and time over the LCD, see 5.1.2 LCD Operations. Figure 4-20 shows how to set the LCD contrast. Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 50 Figure 4-21 Changing the password Figure 4-22 shows how to restore ECC500 factory settings over the LCD. Restoring factory settings will restore the ECC500 parameters to their factory settings. Perform this operation with caution. Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 51: Setting The T/H Sensor Device Address

    Switch 5 Switch 6 Switch 7 Switch 8 ----End 4.4.2 Setting the UPS2000G-A Device Address Context UPS2000G-A V100R001 is used and equipped with an LCD screen, as shown in Figure 4-23. Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 52: Setting The Ups2000G-B Device Address

    Switch 5 Switch 6 Switch 7 Switch 8 ----End 4.4.3 Setting the UPS2000G-B Device Address Context UPS2000G-B V200R001 is used and equipped with an LCD screen, as shown in Figure 4-24. Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 53 Table 4-5 Mapping between device addresses and Modbus card DIP switch settings Device Toggle Toggle Toggle Toggle Toggle Toggle Toggle Toggle Address Switch 1 Switch 2 Switch 3 Switch 4 Switch 5 Switch 6 Switch 7 Switch 8 ----End Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 54: Ui Description

    ECC500 User Manual 5 UI Description UI Description 5.1 LCD The LCD of the ECC500 is located on the front panel of the main control module. It allows you to:  View active alarms.  View the running status of the system.
  • Page 55: Lcd Operations

    LCD. For details about buttons on the front panel of the main control module, see LCD/Buttons.  The figure is for reference only. Selecting a Language After powering on the ECC500, select English by pressing on the LCD, as shown Figure 5-2. Then press to enter the default system information screen.
  • Page 56: Webui

    LCD. Figure 5-5 Viewing information 5.2 WebUI To ensure secure data transmission, the ECC500 transmits encrypted data over the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol to the WebUI, which allows you to:  View system status and current alarm information.
  • Page 57: Commissioning Preparations

    ECC500 IP address 192.168.1.168 IP address upon first login. For details, see 7.3 How Can I Change the ECC500 IP Address on the LUI? 7.4 How Can I Change the ECC500 IP Address on the WebUI?. User name Preset value:...
  • Page 58: Adding A Ups2000G

    User Manual 5 UI Description To log in to the ECC500 WebUI, use a browser of Internet Explorer 8.0 or later, FireFox, or Chrome. Internet Explorer 8.0, FireFox32.0, and Chrome37.0.2062.103 m are recommended. If the GPRS function (SMS alarm notification) of the ECC500 is used, pull out the GPRS expansion card, insert a SIM card, and reinstall the GPRS expansion card.
  • Page 59 Figure 5-8 Adding a UPS2000G The setting example indicates that the UPS2000G is connected to the COM2 port of the RS485 card in slot 3 of the ECC500. If the UPS2000G is connected to another port, set the slot number for the connected port.
  • Page 60: Adding A T/H Sensor

    You have obtained the ECC500 IP address as well as the user name and password for WebUI login.  You have prepared a PC which is in the same IP address segment as the ECC500 and connected the PC to the ECC500 over a switch. Context After connecting a T/H sensor to the ECC500, add the T/H sensor on the ECC500 WebUI.
  • Page 61 The setting example indicates that the T/H sensor is connected to the COM5 port of the RS485 card in slot 3 of the ECC500. If the T/H sensor is connected to another port, set the slot number for the connected port.
  • Page 62: Adding Dry Contact Devices

    You have obtained the ECC500 IP address as well as the user name and password for WebUI login.  You have prepared a PC which is in the same IP address segment as the ECC500 and connected the PC to the ECC500 over a switch. Context ...
  • Page 63: Adding An Spd

    You have obtained the ECC500 IP address as well as the user name and password for WebUI login.  You have prepared a PC which is in the same IP address segment as the ECC500 and connected the PC to the ECC500 over a switch. Context ...
  • Page 64: Adding A Door Status Sensor

    You have obtained the ECC500 IP address as well as the user name and password for WebUI login.  You have prepared a PC which is in the same IP address segment as the ECC500 and connected the PC to the ECC500 over a switch. Context A door status sensor should be connected to the AI/DI_3 port on the MUE05A4 of the ECC500 by default.
  • Page 65: Adding A Water Sensor

    You have obtained the ECC500 IP address as well as the user name and password for WebUI login.  You have prepared a PC which is in the same IP address segment as the ECC500 and connected the PC to the ECC500 over a switch. Context ...
  • Page 66: Adding A Device Connected To A Di Port On The Gprs Expansion Card

    You have obtained the ECC500 IP address as well as the user name and password for WebUI login.  You have prepared a PC which is in the same IP address segment as the ECC500 and connected the PC to the ECC500 over a switch. Context ...
  • Page 67 Step 11 Set DI_2 DI Level to NO. Step 12 Set DI_2 Sensor Name, for example, to Mains_power_supply. Step 13 Click Submit. Figure 5-15 shows the configured page. Figure 5-15 Adding a mains status monitoring device Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 68: Adding A Networked Device

    You have obtained the ECC500 IP address as well as the user name and password for WebUI login.  You have prepared a PC which is in the same IP address segment as the ECC500 and connected the PC to the ECC500 over a switch. Context Networked devices, such as ATMs, are devices with the same IP attributes in an equipment room or site.
  • Page 69: Setting Sms Parameters

    You have obtained the ECC500 IP address as well as the user name and password for WebUI login.  You have prepared a PC which is in the same IP address segment as the ECC500 and connected the PC to the ECC500 over a switch. Issue 03 (2020-01-06)
  • Page 70 User Manual 5 UI Description Context  After SMS parameters are set, if an alarm is reported, the ECC500 will send a notification short message based on the parameter settings to the specified mobile phone number.  Take the MUC01A expansion card settings for example, if connect to MUC02A expansion card, replace the MUC01A1 to MUC02A1.
  • Page 71: Optional) Setting Snmp Monitoring Parameters

    You have obtained the ECC500 IP address as well as the user name and password for WebUI login.  You have prepared a PC which is in the same IP address segment as the ECC500 and connected the PC to the ECC500 over a switch. Context ...
  • Page 72 SHA, and set Privacy protocol to AES. The following operations use the recommended settings as an example. Keep the passwords you entered in mind. Step 7 After setting the parameters, click Confirm. Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 73 Step 10 Set Trap Target Address to the NetEco server IP address, Trap Port to the user-defined port number, and SNMP Version to the required version. Step 11 After setting the parameters, click Confirm. Step 12 Click Submit, as shown in Figure 5-23. Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 74: Optional) Exporting And Importing A Configuration File

    You have obtained the ECC500 IP address as well as the user name and password for WebUI login.  You have prepared a PC which is in the same IP address segment as the ECC500 and connected the PC to the ECC500 over a switch. Context You can export parameter configurations for ECC500 A to a PC.
  • Page 75 Save the current configuration file to the PC. Step 4 Import a configuration file. Log in to the WebUI of the ECC500 to which a configuration file is to be imported. Choose Maintenance > Configuration File. Click Browse, specify the path where the configuration file is stored in the PC, and click Upload.
  • Page 76: Maintenance And Troubleshooting

    The ALM indicator is off. 6.2 Alarm Reference This section describes the alarm reference and handling methods for the ECC500 in the NetEco.  All alarm IDs mentioned in this document are assigned by the NetEco.  For the methods of handling alarms generated by devices, see the manuals delivered with the devices.
  • Page 77: Alarm Reference For The Rs485 Expansion Card

    ----End Clearing This alarm is cleared when the board is securely inserted into the subrack and the communication between the board and the ECC500 resumes. 6.2.1.2 MUS02A_COM4 Voltage Low Alarm Description This alarm is generated when the output voltage of the COM4 port is below the alarm threshold.
  • Page 78: Alarm Reference For The Ai/Di Expansion Card

    AI/DI_1 port on the AI/DI expansion card. 6.2.2.1 MUE05A_Board Not Exist Description This alarm is generated when the board is not securely inserted or is faulty. Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 79: Mue05A_Aidi_1 Di Alarm

    ----End Clearing This alarm is cleared when the board is securely inserted into the subrack and the communication between the board and the ECC500 resumes. 6.2.2.2 MUE05A_AIDI_1 DI Alarm Description This alarm is generated when the normally open (NO) dry contacts are closed or the normally closed (NC) dry contacts are open.
  • Page 80: Mue05A_Aidi_1 Sensor Fault

    The sensors are faulty. Procedure Step 1 Check whether onsite signal volumes exceed the allowed ranges. Step 2 Check that sensor cables are properly connected. Step 3 Replace the faulty sensors. ----End Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 81: Mue05A_Aidi_1 Over Alarm

    This alarm is cleared when the values reported by the sensors are within the allowed ranges. 6.2.2.5 MUE05A_AIDI_1 Lower Alarm Description This alarm is generated when the values reported by the sensors are below the lower alarm thresholds. Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 82: Mue05A_Aidi_1 Voltage Low Alarm

    Alarm ID Alarm Severity Alarm Type 22651 Set to Major by default. Equipment alarm Impact on the System After this alarm is generated, the equipment keeps running, but sensors may be affected. Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 83: Mue05A_Aidi_1 Sensor Connection Error Alarm

    Step 2 Check that the sensor types on the WebUI match the actual sensor types. ----End Clearing This alarm is cleared when the types of sensors detected by AIDI_1 match the specified types and sensor cables are correctly connected. Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 84: Alarm Reference For The Gprs Expansion Card

    This alarm is cleared when the board is securely inserted into the subrack and the communication resumes. 6.2.3.2 MUC01A_DI_1 Alarm Description This alarm is generated when the normally open (NO) dry contact is closed or the normally closed (NC) dry contact is open. Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 85: Alarm Reference For The Ai/Di Module

    This alarm is generated when cables are not securely connected, the power supply is abnormal, or the board is faulty. Attribute Alarm ID Alarm Severity Alarm Type 22656 Set to Major by default. Equipment alarm Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 86: Mue06A_Power Voltage Low Alarm

    ----End Clearing This alarm is cleared when the board is properly connected and the communication between the board and the ECC500 resumes. 6.2.4.2 MUE06A_Power Voltage Low Alarm Description This alarm is generated when the power voltage is below the alarm threshold.
  • Page 87: Comm Failed

     The ECC500 communications board is faulty.  The device is faulty. Procedure Step 1 Check whether the communications cable between the ECC500 and the device is disconnected.  If yes, reconnect the communications cable.  If no, go to Step Step 2 Check whether the ECC500 communications board is faulty.
  • Page 88: Network Device Connect Fail

     The network is unstable.  The networked device is faulty. Procedure Step 1 Check whether the communications cable between the ECC500 and the networked device is disconnected.  If yes, reconnect the communications cable.  If no, go to Step Step 2 Check whether the parameters are correctly set for the networked device.
  • Page 89: Ecc500 Network Fault

    Possible Causes  The communications cable is disconnected.  The ECC500 is faulty. Procedure Step 1 Check whether the communications cable between the ECC500 and the switch is disconnected.  If yes, reconnect the communications cable.  If no, go to Step Step 2 Check whether the ECC500 is faulty.
  • Page 90: Parts Replacement

    For details about how to view alarm information, see 7.10 How Can I Handle Alarms?. 6.4 Parts Replacement Context This section describes how to replace parts of the ECC500. Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 91 6-1. Figure 6-1 Removing an old module Step 4 Grasp the handle of the new module and put the module into the correct slot in the ECC500 subrack. Step 5 Push the new module into the subrack until their front panels are aligned with each other.
  • Page 92 ECC500 User Manual 6 Maintenance and Troubleshooting Figure 6-2 Installing a new module Step 8 Connect the cables to the module based on the labels on the cables. ----End Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 93: Faq

    You have obtained the ECC500 IP address as well as the user name and password for WebUI login.  You have prepared a PC which is in the same IP address segment as the ECC500 and connected the PC to the ECC500 over a switch. ...
  • Page 94: How Can I Change The Ecc500 Ip Address On The Lui

    7 FAQ  You need to apply to an organization authorized by the customer for a network security certificate and its key with the ECC500 IP address or domain name. This section describes how to import the certificate and key. Procedure Step 1 Log in to the ECC500 WebUI.
  • Page 95: How Can I Change The Ecc500 Ip Address On The Webui

    Reconfigure an IP address for the ECC500 as required to ensure normal communication with a server. Procedure Step 1 On a PC which is in the same IP address segment as the ECC500, enter https://192.168.1.168 in the address box, and press Enter on the keyboard. Issue 03 (2020-01-06)
  • Page 96 7-3. Figure 7-3 ECC500 login page Step 4 Choose System Settings > IP Address Settings. Change the IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway for the ECC500 based on the planned parameters, as shown in Figure 7-4. Issue 03 (2020-01-06)
  • Page 97: How Can I Change The Ecc500 Lui Password

    Step 4 Press to move the cursor to Change Password and press Remember the new password because it is necessary for ECC500 commissioning and maintenance. Step 5 Press to change the value and press to confirm.
  • Page 98: How Can I Change The Ecc500 Webui Password

    7.6 How Can I Change the ECC500 WebUI Password? Prerequisites  You have prepared a PC which is in the same IP address segment as the ECC500 and connected the PC to the ECC500 over a switch.  You have obtained the ECC500 IP address as well as the user name and password for WebUI login.
  • Page 99: How Can I Create A User

    You have obtained the ECC500 IP address as well as the user name and password for WebUI login.  You have prepared a PC which is in the same IP address segment as the ECC500 and connected the PC to the ECC500 over a switch. Context The Administrator, Engineer, and Operator user groups are optional on the user management page, and they have different operation rights.
  • Page 100 ECC500 User Manual 7 FAQ Procedure Step 1 Log in to the ECC500 WebUI as an administrator. Step 2 Choose Maintenance > User Management. Step 3 Click Add, as shown in Figure 7-7. Figure 7-7 Adding an ECC500 user _01...
  • Page 101: How Can I Set The Date And Time

    You have obtained the ECC500 IP address as well as the user name and password for WebUI login.  You have prepared a PC which is in the same IP address segment as the ECC500 and connected the PC to the ECC500 over a switch. Procedure Step 1 Log in to the ECC500 WebUI.
  • Page 102: How Can I Enable Or Disable An Alarm And Set The Alarm Severity

    You have obtained the ECC500 IP address as well as the user name and password for WebUI login.  You have prepared a PC which is in the same IP address segment as the ECC500 and connected the PC to the ECC500 over a switch. Context ...
  • Page 103: How Can I Handle Alarms

    You have obtained the ECC500 IP address as well as the user name and password for WebUI login.  You have prepared a PC which is in the same IP address segment as the ECC500 and connected the PC to the ECC500 over a switch. Procedure Step 1 Log in to the ECC500 WebUI.
  • Page 104: How Can I Change The System Site Name

    You have obtained the ECC500 IP address as well as the user name and password for WebUI login.  You have prepared a PC which is in the same IP address segment as the ECC500 and connected the PC to the ECC500 over a switch. Context Site network fault alarms are sent to the specified mobile phone numbers of maintenance engineers through SMS.
  • Page 105: How Can I Change The Ups2000G Name And T/H Sensor Name

    You have obtained the ECC500 IP address as well as the user name and password for WebUI login.  You have prepared a PC which is in the same IP address segment as the ECC500 and connected the PC to the ECC500 over a switch. Context After the name of the UPS2000G or T/H sensor is changed, an alarm reported by the device will contain the new device name.
  • Page 106: How Can I Set Temperature And Humidity Alarm Thresholds For A T/H Sensor

    You have obtained the ECC500 IP address as well as the user name and password for WebUI login.  You have prepared a PC which is in the same IP address segment as the ECC500 and connected the PC to the ECC500 over a switch. Procedure Step 1 Log in to the ECC500 WebUI.
  • Page 107: How Can I Change Fan Alarm Thresholds And Reset A Fan

    You have obtained the ECC500 IP address as well as the user name and password for WebUI login.  You have prepared a PC which is in the same IP address segment as the ECC500 and connected the PC to the ECC500 over a switch. Context A fan can be automatically identified.
  • Page 108 The following describes how to modify parameters, using fan 1 as an example. Procedure Step 1 Log in to the ECC500 WebUI. Step 2 Choose Monitoring > FAN Group > FAN1 > Running Parameter. Modify High Temperature Alarm Thres and Low Temperature Alarm Thres.
  • Page 109: How Can I Delete A Device Failing In Communication Or Restart The Ecc500

    You have obtained the ECC500 IP address as well as the user name and password for WebUI login.  You have prepared a PC which is in the same IP address segment as the ECC500 and connected the PC to the ECC500 over a switch. Context ...
  • Page 110: How Can I View Performance Data

    You have obtained the ECC500 IP address as well as the user name and password for WebUI login.  You have prepared a PC which is in the same IP address segment as the ECC500 and connected the PC to the ECC500 over a switch. Procedure Step 1 Log in to the ECC500 WebUI.
  • Page 111: How Can I View Operation Logs

    You have obtained the ECC500 IP address as well as the user name and password for WebUI login.  You have prepared a PC which is in the same IP address segment as the ECC500 and connected the PC to the ECC500 over a switch. Procedure Step 1 Log in to the ECC500 WebUI.
  • Page 112: How Can I View The Ecc500 Version Information

    You have obtained the ECC500 IP address as well as the user name and password for WebUI login.  You have prepared a PC which is in the same IP address segment as the ECC500 and connected the PC to the ECC500 over a switch. Procedure Step 1 Log in to the ECC500 WebUI.
  • Page 113: How Can I Export Data

    You have obtained the ECC500 IP address as well as the user name and password for WebUI login.  You have prepared a PC which is in the same IP address segment as the ECC500 and connected the PC to the ECC500 over a switch. Procedure Step 1 Log in to the ECC500 WebUI.
  • Page 114: How Can I Export Fault Information

    You have obtained the ECC500 IP address as well as the user name and password for WebUI login.  You have prepared a PC which is in the same IP address segment as the ECC500 and connected the PC to the ECC500 over a switch. Procedure Step 1 Log in to the ECC500 WebUI.
  • Page 115: How Can I Restore Factory Settings

    You have obtained the ECC500 IP address as well as the user name and password for WebUI login.  You have prepared a PC which is in the same IP address segment as the ECC500 and connected the PC to the ECC500 over a switch. Context Restoring factory settings will restore parameters to their default factory values.
  • Page 116 ECC500 User Manual 7 FAQ Procedure Step 1 Log in to the ECC500 WebUI. Step 2 Choose Maintenance > Configuration File and click Restore Factory Settings, as shown in Figure 7-25. Figure 7-25 Restoring factory settings Step 3 Enter the password that you have logged in to the system, and click Submit.
  • Page 117: A Technical Specifications

    ECC500 User Manual A Technical Specifications Technical Specifications Table A-1 describes the technical specifications of the ECC500. Table A-1 Technical specifications of the ECC500 Category Item Specifications –20° C to +65° C Environmental Operating temperature requirements –40° C to +70° C...
  • Page 118 ≥ 100,000 hours Reliability MTBF Annual repair rate < 1% Service life > 10 years Mechanical Dimensions (H x W x D) 44.5 mm x 175 mm x 100 mm specifications Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 119: B Devices Managed By The Ecc500

    ECC500 User Manual B Devices Managed by the ECC500 Devices Managed by the ECC500 Table B-1 lists the devices managed on the ECC500 WebUI. Table B-1 Device list Device Type Port Type UPS2000G RS485 T/H sensor RS485 Smoke sensor Dry contact...
  • Page 120: C Acronyms And Abbreviations

    C Acronyms and Abbreviations Acronyms and Abbreviations analog input Automatic Transfer Switch digital input digital output Energy Control Center Fast Ethernet Internet Protocol Liquid Crystal Display LCD user interface Management Information Base Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 121 ECC500 User Manual C Acronyms and Abbreviations power distribution unit SNMP Simple Network Management Protocol uninterruptible power system Issue 03 (2020-01-06) Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.

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