Emerson SmartCabinet User Manual

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1. Reserve this manual for the entire service lifetime of the product.
2. Read this manual carefully before carrying out any operation on the product.
3. 'Note, Warning' in this manual don't represent the entire safety points to be observed, and are only the
supplements.
4. This product is the professional equipment used in industrial, commercial or other professional occasions. It
should not be sold to the general person.
5. This product is used only for the purpose of its design, the manufacturers doesn't assume any responsibility
for the incorrect use.
6. The key to the product must be kept by the personnel responsible for maintenance.
Electrical Safety
1. You must use insulated tools when carrying out the electrical connection.
2. To avoid the more serious faults and damages, you should find the reason causing the alarm immediately and
handle the faults after the alarm occurs through the monitoring platform.
3. The backfeed protection unit is external. For its using method, refer to UF-BFP-63A Backfeed Protection Unit
User Manual.
Before operating on the circuit, first isolate the UPS, and then check whether dangerous voltage exists between the ports as well
as between the port and the ground.
Potential Risk
1. Only after all power is disconnected can you operate the inner components of the product.
2. Before operating on the inner components for any maintenance, you must switch off the mains breaker and all
UPS power.
Risk of Electric Shock
Electric shock can cause personnel injury or death, you should pay attention to:
1. Disconnect the control box and the remote power supplies before working in the product.
2. Before proceeding with installation, read all instructions, verify that all the parts are included and check the
nameplate to be sure the voltage matches available mains.
3. Follow all local codes.
1. Before connecting input power (including AC mains and battery), please ensure reliable grounding.
2. The leakage current to earth is larger than 3.5mA and lower than 5% of the input current.
SmartCabinet™
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Safety Precautions

Warning: Backfeed Protection
Warning: Large Leakage Current

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  • Page 1: Safety Precautions

    SmartCabinet™ User Manual Safety Precautions 1. Reserve this manual for the entire service lifetime of the product. 2. Read this manual carefully before carrying out any operation on the product. 3. ‘Note, Warning’ in this manual don’t represent the entire safety points to be observed, and are only the supplements.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Chapter 1 Overview ................................1 1.1 Model Description ..............................1 1.2 Product Name And Model ............................. 1 1.3 Specifications ................................ 1 1.4 Features ................................2 1.5 Appearance And Components ..........................2 1.6 Functional Components ............................3 1.7 Ambient Requirements ............................4 1.7.1 Operation Environment ..........................
  • Page 3 5.1 License Page ..............................38 5.2 Startup Page ............................... 38 5.3 SmartCabinet Homepage ........................... 39 5.4 Menu Items ................................. 40 5.4.1 Main Information of SmartCabinet ......................40 5.4.2 Environment ............................40 5.4.3 Power ..............................43 5.4.4 Thermal ..............................45 5.4.5 Setting ..............................46 5.4.6 Log ................................
  • Page 4 6.4.2 Safe Shutdown ............................63 6.4.3 Alarm Management ..........................65 6.4.4 Data & History ............................71 6.4.5 Device Options ............................73 6.4.6 System Options ............................78 6.4.7 Help ................................. 86 Chapter 7 Maintenance ..............................87 7.1 Safety Instructions .............................. 87 7.2 Maintenance Of The Main Components ......................
  • Page 5: Chapter 1 Overview

    SmartCabinet integrated solution (SmartCabinet for short) is a datacenter solution produced by Emerson Network Power Co., Ltd.; it is applicable to the indoor environment such as miniature datacenter or office area. SmartCabinet is used to store the 19’’ rack mount hardware equipment which complies with the industry-standard (EIA-310-D) such as server, voice, data, Internet network equipment, it contains power supply and distribution system, air conditioning system, rack supporting system and monitoring and management system.
  • Page 6: Features

    / alarm / safety information. Through the monitoring card embedded in the cabinet, you can realize all day remote monitoring on the mini computer room, to satisfy different occasion application. Quick delivery and secure brand: settled at one go, built in one hour, started up during one day, all in Emerson, brand trust with no worry.
  • Page 7: Functional Components

    Cooling and emergency system Figure 1-3 Appearance and components 1.6 Functional Components The SmartCabinet mainly contains rack supporting system, power supply and distribution system, air conditioning system, monitoring and management system, as given in Table 1-3. SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 8: Ambient Requirements

    Chapter 1 Overview Table 1-3 SmartCabinet system function System type Component Main function Feature Used to store the 19’’ rack mount hardware equipment which complies with the The whole cabinet system is totally enclosed when Rack supporting industry-standard operating, to keep the system clean without dust,...
  • Page 9: Storage Environment

    1.7.2 Storage Environment The storage environment requirements are listed in Table 1-5. Table 1-5 Operation environment requirements Item Requirement Storage environment Indoor, clean without dust Ambient humiduty 5%RH ~ 95%RH (Non-condensing) Ambient temperature -30°C ~ + 70°C SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 10: Chapter 2 Preliminary Before Installation

    1. The components of SmartCabinet are large and heavy. Therefore, the risk of collapse exists, improper operation may cause physical injury or death, and damage to the equipment. 2. The center of gravity of SmartCabinet is forward-inclined, during conveying process, note to adjust the bearing position of the forklift or the hand pallet truck.
  • Page 11: Fittings

    Use together with M6 pan head screw, used to install the L fastener Adhesive tape Used to seal the gap between the connected frames Cable tie fixture kit Used to fix and bind the cables 2.3 Accessories See Table 2-3 for the accessories. SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 12: Conveying, Unpacking And Inspection

    Cabinet component with package 2150 1400 < 300kg There are two accessory boxes (placed in the cabinet for delivery) of the same structure and dimensions, as shown in Figure 2-7. See Table 2-5 for the dimensions and weight. SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 13 Figure 2-9. Figure 2-9 Forklift direction When carrying the components, maintain the obliquity in range of 80° ~ 100°. Excess inclination is forbidden, as shown in Figure 2-10. SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 14 Use a sleeve or a moveable wrench to remove the fixing screws on the pallet, and remove the pressure plate, as shown in Figure 2-11. Fixing screw (2 pcs) Pressure plate Figure 2-11 Removing the feet pressure plate 3. Remove the pallet SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 15 If any component is absent or damaged, report to the carrier immediately. If any covert damage is found, report to the carrier and the local service center of the supplier. SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 16: Installation Safety Instructions

    2.6 Requirements On Datacenter Or Computer Room Environment The installation site of the SmartCabinet should be far away from any source of heat and sparkle. Avoid direct sunlight. The computer room should be free of corrosive gas and organic solvent.
  • Page 17: Chapter 3 Installation

    Chapter 3 Installation Chapter 3 Installation This chapter introduces the installation and commissioning of the SmartCabinet. Ensure that all the installation tools and fittings are at hand before installation, and perform operation according to the content in this chapter. The flow chart of installation is shown in Figure 3-1.
  • Page 18: Removing And Placing Outdoor Unit

    1. In Figure 3-3, the two metal press strips on top of the outdoor unit can be used as horizontal cable organizers at back end of the cabinet. 2. In Figure 3-4, the two 1U-height supporting part of AC outdoor unit at lower part of the outdoor unit can be used as dummy plates in cold aisle of the cabinet. SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 19: Installing Ac Outdoor Unit

    Figure 3-6 Outdoor unit installed lower than indoor unit 1. Regular installation of outdoor unit 1) Place the outdoor unit on the base, as shown in Figure 3-7. 2) Use expansion bolts to fix the outdoor unit on the base. SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 20 Figure 3-8. Outflow direction Front door of the fan Screw (4 pcs) Metal press piece (4 pcs) A amplified Figure 3-8 Installing outdoor unit on top of the cabinet SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 21: Connecting Copper Pipes

    2. Installation notes of connector Top piping and bottom piping are both OK for the AC of the SmartCabinet system (For bottom piping, loosen the connectors that connect the pre-installed pipes in the cabinet and the indoor unit). The connectors of the unit are located on the AC indoor unit and outdoor unit and on top of the cabinet.
  • Page 22: Connecting Drain Pipe Of Indoor Unit

    3. Required Pipe Connections Refrigerant pipe between the indoor unit and the outdoor unit (discharge pipe and liquid pipe) 1) The copper pipes provided by the factory are 5m. If longer pipes are required, contact Emerson or your sale agency.
  • Page 23: Installing Ups Power Supply System

    1. The AC refrigerant is R410A. The low quality or counterfeit refrigerant will damage the system severely. Please use the refrigerant approved by Emerson Network Power Co., Ltd. For the system abnormity or damage caused by using other brands of refrigerant, the warranty will be invalid.
  • Page 24: Installing Ups

    2. Place the UPS on the cabinet bracket (pre-installed), push the UPS in to make the hangers align with the vertical poles. Use four M6 × 16 screws to fix the UPS on the rack through the hangers, as shown in Figure 3-13. Bracket M6 16 screw (4 pcs) Figure 3-13 Installing UPS SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 25: Installing Fire-Fighting Subrack (Option)

    UPS, to facilitate cable connection and operation. 2. For domestic-version SmartCabinet, you need to install the UPS and the battery in field; for Asia-Pacific version, the UPS and the battery have already been installed before delivery, so you do not need to install them in field.
  • Page 26: Installing Smartcabniet Monitoring System

    MSC-C card also enables you to set operating parameters and view device states through the embedded Web HMI, moreover, it can send the states of the monitored intelligent devices to the network management software (NMS) through SNMP protocol mode. SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 27: Notes

    Make sure that the jumpers of MSC-C card are set to correct position. The jumper locations are shown in Figure 3-17. See Table 3-7 for the jumper setting of the MSC-C card. J18 jumper location J20 jumper location Figure 3-17 Jumper locations of the MSC-C card SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 28: Installing Sensors

    1) Stick an IRM-S01T temperature sensor installed with magnet onto the middle part (an indication label is pasted) of the front right vertical pole of the cabinet, as shown in Figure 3-19. Temperature sensor Figure 3-19 Installing temperature sensor of front door SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 29 2) Connect the water leakage detective belt, lead and fasten the detective belt properly with the provided cable tie fixture kits. 3) Lay the detective belt at the bottom of the cabinet, as shown in Figure 3-21. Water leakage sensor SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 30: Installing Wireless Modem (Option)

    There are micro switches on the upper right corner of the front and rear doorframes. To prevent the micro switch from being pressed and damaged by the door during transportation, before delivery, the micro switch retracts back to the SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 31: Cable Connection

    1. You need to prepare external total input cable by yourself. Please use the cable that complies with local regulations as the power cable of the SmartCabinet. 2. Bind the power cable and the communication cable separately on the cable organizers on both sides in the rear space of cabinet.
  • Page 32 Figure 3-24 Terminals layout of the I/O terminal block Power distribution mode The UPS power distribution mode in the SmartCabinet is 1-in 1-out (factory default), and the detailed connection procedures are as follows: 1. Make sure that all the external I/O MCBs of the UPS are open.
  • Page 33: Connecting Battery Cable

    3.7.4 Connecting Total Input Cable Of System You need to self-prepare total input cable according to the installation position of the SmartCabinet in field. When connecting the cable, comply with local regulations of cable connection, consider the environment and refer to IEC60950-1 Table 3B.
  • Page 34: Connecting Cables Of Indoor And Outdoor Units

    Figure 3-29. 2. Restore the cover plate. Outdoor connecting terminal Connecting cable between indoor unit and outdoor unit Indoor terminal block Figure 3-29 Connecting power cable of outdoor unit SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 35: Connecting Earth Cable

    When fixing the M6 screw on the earth hole of the cabinet, a wrench is recommended. 3. If there is no earth block in the building where the SmartCabinet is placed, you can use a yellow-green earth cable of no less than 6mm to connect the earth terminal of cabinet with that of PMU total input, to ensure reliable earthing of the cabinet.
  • Page 36: Cable Management And Installation Accessories

    Installation hole (4 pcs) 2U Cable Tool-less installation mode; management arranging the cables panel with horizontally or from front to cable entry back holes Installation hole (4 pcs) Cable entry hole (4 pcs) SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 37 Installation adjusted to satisfy different hole (8 pcs) installation depth Installation 1U dummy hole (2 pcs) Tool-less installation mode plate Dummy plate Installation hole (4 pcs) 2U dummy Tool-less installation mode plate SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 38 Tool-less installation mode plate Dummy plate Installation hole (4 pcs) 6U dummy Tool-less installation mode plate 1U dummy Non-tool installation mode; Installation plate with selected for front cabling of hole (2 pcs) brush the cabinet SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 39: Chapter 4 Operation Instructions

    6. Check and confirm that the remained unoccupied U height space is covered by the dummy plate. Warning 1. Before startup of the SmartCabinet, ensure that the maintenance bypass air breaker on the MSC-PMU is off and locked by a metal latch.
  • Page 40: System Commissioning (Web Page)

    For the precautions in the process of UPS start, refer to Liebert® ITA 5kVA UPS Installation And Commissioning Manual. Warning Only the trained and authorized professional can start up the SmartCabinet. The personnel from the Emerson Service Center are recommended.
  • Page 41: Power Off

    5. Open the UPS input and output air breakers. 6. Open the total input air breaker on the PMU. 7. Check that all the equipment is powered off, and close all the doors of the cabinet. SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 42: Chapter 5 Operation On Display Panel

    Chapter 5 Operation On Display Panel Chapter 5 Operation On Display Panel This chapter introduces operation on the display panel of the SmartCabinet, including license page, startup page, system homepage and menu items of the SmartCabinet. 5.1 License Page 1. Upon initial startup, the WEB page has not been authorized, the license page will pop up, as shown in Figure 5-1.
  • Page 43: Smartcabinet Homepage

    The SmartCabinet homepage is shown in Figure 5-3. Figure 5-3 SmartCabinet homepage On the SmartCabinet homepage, the menu items include System, Environment, Power, Thermal, Setting and Log. The system menu structure of the display panel is shown in Figure 5-4.
  • Page 44: Menu Items

    Figure 5-5 System page The system page is divided into four parts, the left part displays air flow cycle mode of SmartCabinet, front door temperature and rear door temperature; the upper right part displays thermal management mode inside the system, including AC on/off status and emergency fan on/off status.
  • Page 45 Figure 5-7. Figure 5-7 Login dialog box Use admin to log in the system, the page will jump to the setting page automatically, as shown in Figure 5-8. If login fails, the page will not jump. SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 46 The alarm upper limit of front door temperature sensor is 35°C, and the alarm lower limit is 0°C; the alarm upper limit of rear door temperature sensor is 45°C, and the alarm lower limit is 0°C; the temperature alarm hysteresis is 1°C. Figure 5-9 Example of setting valve SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 47: Power

    You can realize on/off control over each place of the PDU through clicking the OFF/ON icon. When the icon is green and displaying ON status, it indicates that the PDU output status is ON; when the icon is grey and displaying OFF status, it indicates that the PDU output status is OFF. SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 48 Click the Control submenu, the confirmation dialog box shown in Figure 5-13 pops up to require your second-time confirmation about the control operation. Click OK to execute the control operation, as shown in Figure 5-14. Figure 5-13 Second-time confirmation about the power control SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 49: Thermal

    Click the Thermal submenu at the left part, the thermal page will appear, as shown in Figure 5-16. You can click the OFF/ON icon in the Power On/Off field, to realize AC on/off control in the SmartCabinet. The control and operation mode of AC on/off is the same as that of power control; the setting operation of Temperature Setting and Temperature Accuracy is the same as that of environment temperature.
  • Page 50: Setting

    Chapter 5 Operation On Display Panel Figure 5-16 Thermal page 5.4.5 Setting On the SmartCabinet display panel, click the Setting menu on top of the page, four submenus appear, including Password, IP Setting, Language and Information. Password Click the Password submenu under the Setting menu, the page shown in Figure 5-17 pops up.
  • Page 51 Figure 5-18 Password page (after login) When you forget the original password, you can log in the SmartCabinet WEB page through IE browser, on the System Options -> Restore System page, click the Restore LCD Password button, the LCD will display the page shown in Figure 5-19, click the Restore Default button, the password of the LCD display panel will be restored to default: 1234.
  • Page 52 After modifying the IP address, if you want to visit the MSC-C through network mode, please use the new IP address for login. Language Click the Language submenu under the Setting menu, the page shown in Figure 5-22 pops up. You can click the English button to select English display. SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 53: Log

    1. Display an alarm On any page, if the current system has an alarm, in the lower part of the page, an alarm rolling bar will appear to display the current alarm, as shown in Figure 5-24. SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 54 Figure 5-25 Real-time alarm page 2. History alarm Click the His Alarm submenu under the Log menu to view the historical alarms, as shown in Figure 5-26. You can query the historical alarms within a week. SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 55 Click the Ctrl Info submenu under the Log menu to view the historical control records, as shown in Figure 5-27. You can query the historical control information within a week. Figure 5-27 Control information page SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 56: Chapter 6 Web Page Of Msc-C

    Checking IE proxy setting 1. Double-click the icon of IE to run the software, click the menus of Tools -> Internet Options and then choose the Connections tab to pop up the window shown in Figure 6-2. SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 57 Checking IE security setting 1. Double-click the icon of IE to run the software, click the menus of Tools -> Internet Options and then choose the Security tab to pop up the window shown in Figure 6-4. SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 58 3. In the window shown in Figure 6-5, set ‘Medium-low’ for the security level. Click the Reset button to finish Reset custom settings, at last, click OK. 4. In the window shown in Figure 6-6, set Enable for File download. SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 59 5. In the window shown in Figure 6-7, set Enable for Initialize and script ActiveX controls not marked as safe for scripting. Figure 6-7 Enabling ActiveX controls 6. In the window shown in Figure 6-8, add the IP address of the MSC-C into the trusted site list. SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 60: Log In Msc-C

    Q5 in FAQ in 7.2.1 MSC-C Maintenance. Figure 6-9 Authorizing boot-strap page 2. Call the customer service hotline of Emerson Network Power Co., Ltd.: 400-887-6510, tell the code to the customer service personnel, and you will get the password.
  • Page 61: Login Page

    Figure 6-10. 3. Type the username and password (default username: ‘admin’, default password: ‘emerson’), and click the Login button, the homepage will appear, as shown in Figure 6-12. If you cannot visit the homepage after entering correct username and password, refer to 6.1.3 Checking Browser Setting and set the IE browser again.
  • Page 62: Setting Homepage

    6.3.1 Setting Homepage Clicking the Setting button shown in Figure 6-12 enters setting status of the homepage, as shown in Figure 6-13. SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 63 2. Save Click the Save button, all configuration will be saved and the page returns to view status. 3. Back Click the Back button, the homepage will return to view status from setting status. SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 64: Time Calibrating Link

    2. If you click the Back button directly after configuration, all configuring information will be lost. 6.3.2 Time Calibrating Link The lower left part displays the system time of SmartCabinet. Clicking the SmartCabinet system time will jump to the time calibrating page. For detailed operation, refer to Date/Time Setting in 6.4.6 System Options.
  • Page 65: Menu Items

    2. Certain types of devices (such as air conditioner, UPS) have special status charts, which cannot be deleted or configured. However, the locations of these status charts can be changed. Sampling Clicking the Sampling tab can enter the sampling page, which displays sampling signals of selected device, as shown in Figure 6-19. SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 66 You can set several signals at the same time, and at most 16 signals can be set at the same time for each time. Note The TDI device only displays effective setting signals, however, other devices displays all setting signals. SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 67: Safe Shutdown

    As shown in Figure 6-23, type a task name of schedule shutdown in the field of Task Name, select a Target Equipment, select whether to enable the task in the Status field, select ShutDown Mode and Open Mode, and then add Open Time according to the corresponding prompt. SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 68 3. Click the Add button, the server shutdown task is added. Note If you want to use the server shutdown function, please install ‘Emerson network shutdown’ software in the server. The procedures for deleting a server shutdown task are as follows: Select the task to be deleted in the server shutdown task list, and click the Delete button to finish the operation.
  • Page 69: Alarm Management

    Index, Device Name, Signal Name, Alarm Level, Trigger valve, Start Date/Time, Confirmed by, Confirmed on Date/Time and End Date/Time, as shown in Figure 6-28. Click the Download button to download the query results. SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 70 2. When all devices are chosen, all devices will be configured with the same alarm level; 3. When low level alarm is chosen, the alarm level above this level will also be chosen; 4. When some device is chosen, the highest level Critical Alarm will be chosen by default. SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 71 Parameter automatically; 2) Choose SMS Modem (GPRS/CDMA) according to the SMS Modem type; 3) Set the communication parameter of the SMS Modem; 4) Click the Save button to save the configuration of current user’s SMS Modem. SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 72 2) On the Scheduled Notification Configuration page, set the Notification Enabled Period (setting range: 8:00 ~ 20:00), Notification Scheduled Cycle (default: Hour), Interval of Notification (default: 1) and Send Time Setting (default: start time). 3) Click the Save button to save the system notification configuration. SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 73 Signal Name; signal 1, 2, 3 can be any available signals of the MSC-C. Thirdly, when Register is chosen for the parameters, users need to type the register name in the textbox of the register, for instance, R(0), R(1) and so on, as shown in Figure 6-34. SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 74 When Sin1 [Rin1] < P1 - P2, Sout [Rout]=0 When Sin1 [Rin1] < P1, Sout [Rout]=1; Sin1 /Rin1 Sout/Rout When Sin1 [Rin1] > P1 + P2, Sout [Rout]=0 Sin1 /Rin1 Sout/Rout Sin1 [Rin1] DS P1 output to Sout [Rout] SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 75: Data & History

    3. The input signal value of arithmetic operator GT/LT can only be float, int or long int; 4. All output signals can only be control signals, and the output signal value must be enumerated type The alarm linkage information has already been configured before delivery of SmartCabinet, as shown in Figure 6-40: 6.4.4 Data & History The Data &...
  • Page 76 (for instance, from 2014-07-30 00:00:00 to 2014-07-30 23:59:59). Then click the Show Curve button, if history data are queried, a historical curve of the signal will be shown. SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 77: Device Options

    6.4.5 Device Options On the MSC-C homepage, click Device Options in the left part, three submenus will appear, including Device Management, Signal Setting and Batch Configuration. SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 78 8) Click the Save Configuration button, the page shown in Prompt information 2 in Figure 6-42 pops up; Prompt information 1 Prompt information 2 Figure 6-42 Prompt information SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 79 Save Configuration button to make the settings effective, the prompt information will pop up to remind you of saving the configuration, as shown in Figure 6-44. Figure 6-44 Prompt information 3 Note Clicking the Save Configuration button can save all the operations at one time. SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 80 2. If some device uses the device type, the Uninstall button becomes gray, displaying Using, and the device type cannot be uninstalled. 3. Asset Inventory Click the Device Management submenu under the Device Options menu, and then click the Asset Inventory tab, the page shown in Figure 6-47 pops up. SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 81 Note The characters of device name and signal name can be English letters, digits, space and underline. If other characters are typed, the prompt box shown in Figure 6-49 will pop up. SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 82: System Options

    Monitoring Unit, Network Setting, User Management, Date/Time Setting, Restore System, Site Setting, System Upgrade and System Title. Monitoring Unit The Monitoring Unit submenu is used to set the signals of MSC-C system, including Sampling, Setting and Alarm signals, the page is shown in Figure 6-51. SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 83 After modifying the IP address, the system will jump to the new IP address by default. You must use the new IP address to re-login the MSC-C. 2. Access Management Click the Network Setting submenu under the System Options menu, and then click the Access Management tab, the page shown in Figure 6-53 pops up. SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 84 1) Set NMS IP (host IP address of SNMP agent data receiving end); 2) Set the Trap Level: ‘Enable’ or ‘disable’; 3) Set the Name; 4) Set the User Type: ‘Authenticated & Encrypted’, ‘Authenticated & Not Encrypted’, ‘Not Authenticated & Not Encrypted’; SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 85 Figure 6-55 SNMP V3 setting 4. Remote Service Click the Network Setting submenu under the System Options menu, and then click the Remote Service tab, the page shown in Figure 6-56 pops up. Figure 6-56 Remote service setting SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 86 6. (Optional) Type the email address; 7. Click the Add button, the dialog box of Security authentication pops up, as shown in Figure 6-16. Type the login password of current user, and click OK to add a new user. SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 87 If users receive the test email, the test is successful; if not, the test fails, please check that the information above is correctly typed. Note When adding, modifying user, you must type the phone number or the email address, or the setting cannot be completed. SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 88 Click the Restore System submenu under the System Options menu, the page shown in Figure 6-60 pops up. Figure 6-60 Restore System Click the Reboot SmartCabinet button to reboot the system. Click the Restore System button to restore all the default settings.
  • Page 89 On the page shown in Figure 6-62, click the Browse… button to download configure pack (.rdu file format) from the local catalogue, and then click the Install button to upgrade the system. Note The MSC-C supports incremental upgrading function. SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 90: Help

    Figure 6-63 Title setting As shown in Figure 6-63, you can change the system title SmartCabinet at the top of the page. Type the customized title in the System Title textbox and click OK to make it effective. You can also replace the Logo picture in the upper right part by uploading system Logo picture.
  • Page 91: Chapter 7 Maintenance

    Chapter 7 Maintenance Chapter 7 Maintenance This chapter expounds the maintenance of SmartCabinet, including safety instructions, maintenance of the main components, disassembly and troubleshooting. 7.1 Safety Instructions Warning 1. Switch off the power input during the equipment maintenance. Switch off the equipment power unless the testing device needs power.
  • Page 92 Q5: After an alarm is generated, you do not receive any email or SMS notification; or when the alarm does not finish, the email or SMS notification is less than three times, how to deal with it? SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 93: Ac System Maintenance

    Q5: How to form a network of several SmartCabinet and perform centralized monitoring? A: The SmartCabinet supports connection to RDU-M centralized monitoring platform of Emerson. See Figure 7-4 for the networking mode of several SmartCabinet.
  • Page 94 Refrigerant must be recycled in accordance with state and local regulations. 4. Maintenance inspection checklist Note Regular inspections are necessary to ensure proper operation of the AC unit. SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 95: Ups Power Distribtuion System Maintenance

    Battery mode, find out the reason, such as mains failure, battery test, operator intervention, and so on. Note Refer to Liebert ITA 5kVA UPS User Manual for the detailed maintenance operation and replacing instructions. ® SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...
  • Page 96: Disassembly

    Chapter 7 Maintenance 7.3 Disassembly SmartCabinet has substance and components (electronic elements) harmful to environment. Only professional technicians are allowed to disassemble SmartCabinet after the product life is ended. SmartCabinet must be send to special harmful substance handling center. 7.4 Troubleshooting Judge possible causes for the fault through the run data and alarm information in the MSC-C monitoring system, and take measures against the faults, see Table 7-2.
  • Page 97: Appendix 1 Glossary

    Air conditioner Power distribution unit Power Management Unit Uninterruptable power supply Digital Input Internet Explorer, a Web browser developed by Microsoft@ Frequently Asked Questions Liquid Crystal Display Light Emitting Diode RCCB Residual Current operated Circuit Creaker SmartCabinet Integrated Solution User Manual...

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