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Issue: 03
Part number: 31507917
Date: 2019-06-30


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  • Page 1 SmartLogger2000-10-B-JP Quick Guide (Japan) Issue: 03 Part number: 31507917 Date: 2019-06-30 HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.
  • Page 2: Model Description

    Connects to an ATB or another cascaded SFP1, SFP2 port SmartLogger. Ethernet electrical Connects to an Ethernet LAN switch, router or ETH1, ETH2 port PC device. Digital output (DO) Relay output. Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 2019. All rights reserved.
  • Page 3: Typical Cable Connection Scenarios

    Port (Silk Function Description Screen) RS485 Six RS485 ports that can be connected to devices COM1–COM6 communications such as the inverter, cubicle, electricity meter, or EMI. Resets and restarts the Bluetooth module or resets the SmartLogger IP address to the default IP address Default Default key (valid within 5 minutes).
  • Page 4 RS485/PLC (MBUS) +Optical Fiber Typical Cable Connection Scenarios Recommended Model or Component Component Source Quantity Specifications SmartLogger SmartLogger2000 Purchased from Huawei 1 PCS RS485 signal X4B-05 Purchased from Huawei 3 PCS CT-GZF2PJ-8 or CT-GPH-A-8 Purchased from Huawei 1 PCS Prepared by the Rated voltage ≥...
  • Page 5 1. The general input power cable for the smart array controller needs to be prepared by the customer. Recommended cable: four-core armor cable with the operating voltage to the ground greater than or equal to 600 V and the cross-sectional area of a single core being 4 mm 2.
  • Page 6: Installing The Smartlogger

    1 PCS RS485 signal SPD SPM01A Factory-installed 3 PCS Purchased from CT-GZF2PJ-8 or CT-GPH-A-8 1 PCS Huawei Rated voltage ≥ 500 V; rated Prepared by Fuse 3 PCS current: 6 A customer The switch has a rated insulation voltage of...
  • Page 7: Installation Mode

    Installation Mode Wall-mounting Install the SmartLogger on a wall that is flat and has the bearing capacity to securely hold the SmartLogger which weighs 3800 g. Screw assembly for wall-mounting: (1) ST3.5 tapping screw (2) Washer (3) Expansion sleeve 1. Determine mounting holes based on the hole positions in the mounting ears, and mark the mounting holes...
  • Page 8 4. Tighten the tapping screws to a torque of 0.3 N· m using a torque screwdriver. Guide rail-mounting Huawei does not provide the SmartLogger guide rail. If the customer chooses this installation mode, the customer must prepare a 35 mm standard guide rail.
  • Page 9 4. Install the guide rails fastener using M4x12 3. Mount the SmartLogger onto the guide rail. screws, and tighten the screws to a torque wrench of 1.2 N· m. Installing the RS485 SPD 1. The SmartLogger provides six 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.
  • Page 10 M6 (1 PCS) 1.4 N· m OT-M6 1. It is recommended that 4–6 mm or 12–10 AWG outdoor copper-core cables be used as ground cables. Ground cables must be securely connected. 2. To enhance the corrosion resistance of the ground terminal, apply silica gel or paint on it after connecting the PGND cable.
  • Page 11: Port Definitions

    Port Definitions For the definitions of the communications ports on the devices such as the EMI, power meter, and cubicle, 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.
  • Page 12 RJ45 Network Port (SUN2000-24.5KTL/28KTL) Color Function White orange RS485A, RS485 differential signal+ Orange RS485B, RS485 differential signal– White green Blue RS485A, RS485 differential signal+ White blue RS485B, RS485 differential signal– Green White brown Brown RS485 Signal SPD RS485 Prote Port Surge Surge Port...
  • Page 13 Connecting an RS485 Signal SPD A two-core or multi-core cable with a cross-sectional area of 0.5–2.5 mm is recommended. 1. Remove an appropriate length of the steel armor and insulation layer from both ends of the cable using a wire stripper. Unit: mm 2.
  • Page 14 Connecting an RS485 Communications Cable NOTE 1. If the SmartLogger connects to an outdoor device over a COM port, you are advised to connect an RS485 signal SPD to strengthen the surge protection capability. If the SmartLogger connects to an indoor device, no RS485 signal SPD is required. 2.
  • Page 15: Connecting Multiple Devices

    1. 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– (RS485B) port on the SmartLogger connects to protection port 6 (or 12) on the RS485 signal SPD. 2.
  • Page 16 1. Connect one end of the delivered AC power cable to the 3P3E switch. 2. Connect the AC1 and AC2 terminals at the other end of the cable to the AC1 and AC2 ports on the SmartLogger respectively. Material Model/Specifications Quantity Busbar A/B/C 1 PCS...
  • Page 17 1. Prepare a cable with an appropriate length, strip a part of the insulation layer, and connect the stripped cable core to the OVGR. 2. Strip 8 mm of the insulation layer at the other end. 3. Remove the terminal block from the SmartLogger DI port. Remove the terminal block using a flat-head screwdriver.
  • Page 18: Verifying The Installation

    Connecting Optical Fibers to the Ethernet Optical Port The SmartLogger can be connected to devices such as an ATB through optical fibers. You can select the devices to be connected based on the actual networking scenario. 1. Insert the optical module into the SFP1 or SFP2 port of the SmartLogger. 2.
  • Page 19: Powering On The System

    Check Item Check Result Unused ports (such as RF1, RF2, Ethernet optical port, and □ Passed □ Failed Ethernet electrical port) are protected by dustproof plugs. Routing for the power cable and signal cable meets the □ Passed □ Failed requirements for routing strong-current and weak-current cables and complies with the cable routing plan.
  • Page 20 12.2 LED Indicators (from Left to Right) Indicator (Silk Status Meaning Screen) Green off The SmartLogger is not powered on. The SmartLogger and the NMS (the NetEco Blinking green quickly (on for 0.125s and or a third-party NMS) are not connected or Running then off for 0.125s) indicator...
  • Page 21: System Commissioning

    The app name is displayed as SUN2000. 2. Mobile phone operating system: Android 4.0 or later, or iOS 7.0 or later. 3. To download the SUN2000 app software package available for Android, access Huawei app store ( or Google Play (, and search for SUN2000.
  • Page 22 Select Bluetooth Switching Login screen connection Connecting Bluetooth between users 1. The SmartLogger Bluetooth is named as LOG+the last eight figures of the SN of the Main menu Quick settings SmartLogger. 2. The login password is the same as that for the SmartLogger connected to the APP and is used only when the SmartLogger connects to the APP.
  • Page 23 13.2 Setting Currency Factor Querying the SmartLogger IP 13.3 Address At the bottom of the main menu, choose More > Settings > User Param > Income. Then set Select Monitor at the bottom of the main Currency factor according to the actual situation. menu and tap SmartLogger.
  • Page 24 1. Check whether the power cable is connected to the power adapter. 2. Check whether the power cable is inserted into an AC socket. 3. Replace the power adapter. 4. Contact the supplier or Huawei technical support. 14.2 The SmartLogger cannot communicate with devices through RS485.
  • Page 25 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. Huawei Industrial Base, Bantian, Longgang Shenzhen 518129 People's Republic of China

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