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ZXDU68 T601(V4

Product Type Technical Proposal

ZXDU58 H900(V4.5) Acceptance Test Record

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Revision HistoryProduct VersionDocument VersionSerial NumberReason for Revision

V4.5R1.0First published

AuthorDateDocument VersionPrepared byReviewed byApproved by

2010-12-23R1.0QinHaoZhang Zheng, Tang Yi, Cai Jie, Cai Xingcheng, Li DunShen Yunbao

Applicable Object: Power Supply System Commissioning PersonnelUsage Suggestion: Before reading this document, you are recommended to master the skills and knowledge listed below.

S/NKnowledge and SkillsReference Materials

1ZXDU58 H900(V4.5)Power Supply System ProductsZXDU58 H900(V4.5)Power Supply System User Manual

2ZXDU58 H900(V4.5) Power Supply System Product Commissioning and Debugging SkillsZXDU58 H900(V4.5)Power Supply System Installation Manual

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Follow-up Materials: After reading this document, you may need the following documents.No.Reference MaterialDocument Description

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About This DocumentSummaryChapterDescriptions

1 System Basic Functions TestTest items of the basic functions of the power supply system;

2 System Protection and Alarm Function TestTest items of the system protection and alarm function of the power supply system;

3 Analog Detection Accuracy TestTest items of the analog detection accuracy of the power supply system;

4 System Current Equalization Performance TestTest items of the system current equalization performance of the power supply system;

5 Acceptance ConclusionsAcceptance conclusions;

Appendix A RemarksPrecautions for using the test record.

TABLE OF CONTENTS11System Basic Functions Test

22System Protection and Alarm Function Test

33Analog Detection Accuracy Test

44System Current Equalization Performance Test

55Acceptance Conclusions

7Appendix A Remarks

TABLES1Table 11 System Basic Functions Test

2Table 21 System Protection and Alarm Functions Test

3Table 31 Analog Detection Accuracy Test

5Table 41 System Current Equalization Performance Test

5Table 51 Acceptance Conclusions

Data RecordsDC POWER SYSTEM

Attribute NameDescriptionExample ValuesActual Values

Rack TypeZXDU68 S301, ZXDU58 H900

AC PhaseThree phases / Single phase

AC VoltageUnit in Voltage (V)

Quantity of Rectifier2,3

Battery Groups1,2

DC VoltageUnit in Voltage (V)

Service Status

In Service Date

Civil

Attribute NameDescriptionExample ValuesActual Values

Input AC PhaseThree phases / Single phase

Input AC CapacityThe capacity of the input air-switch40A,63A

1 System Basic Functions Test

Table 11 System Basic Functions TestTest No.Test ContentsTest Criterion Test ResultsConclusionsRemarks

1.1.1To start all rectifiers properly, with the output voltage within the normal scope.All rectifiers should be able to be started properly, with the output voltage satisfying the system demands. Pass

Fail

1.2.1To switch on/off the rectifier through the monitoring unit.The rectifiers should be able to be switched on/off through the monitoring unit. Pass

FailPlease make sure the monitoring unit is working in the Free Mode, otherwise the rectifier cannot be switched off.

1.3.1To switch between the floating charge and the equalized charge through the monitoring unit.Floating charge and equalized charge of the power system should be able to control through the monitoring unit. Pass

Fail

1.4.1To set various parameters correctly through the monitoring unit, and save the parameters reliably.System parameter should be able to set though the monitoring unit and saved within the allowable scope. Pass

Fail

2 System Protection and Alarm Function Test

Table 21 System Protection and Alarm Functions TestTest No.Test ContentsTest CriterionTest ResultsConclusionsRemarks

2.1.1Alarms are issued automatically in the case of mains power failure, and the alarms disappear after mains are recovered.(If the power cabinet has connected battery groups)Automatic alarms should be issued after mains power down, which should disappear after the recovery of mains. Pass

FailCut off the switch in the AC distribution box to simulate AC power off alarm.

2.2.1Alarms are issued in case the surge arrestor fails, and the alarms disappear automatically after the surge arrestor return to normal.Automatic alarms should be issued in the case of surge arrestor failure, which should disappear automatically after the surge arrestor becomes normal. Pass

Fail

2.3.1Alarms are issued incase the rectifier fails, and the alarms disappear automatically after the rectifier returns to normal,Automatic alarms should be issued in the case of rectifier exception, which should disappear automatically after the rectifier return to normal. Pass

FailThis alarm can be simulated by cutting off the input switch of the single rectifier.

2.4.1Alarms are issued automatically in the case of load fuse/air-break switch failures, and the alarms disappear automatically after the load fuse/air-break switch returns to normal.Automatic alarms should be issued in case the load fuse/air-break switch fails, which should disappear automatically after the load fuse/air-break switch becomes normal. Pass

Fail

2.5.1Alarms are issued automatically in case the storage battery fuse fails, and the alarms disappear after the fuse becomes normal. .(If the power cabinet has connected battery groups)Automatic alarms should be issued in the case of battery fuse failure, which should disappear automatically after the fuse return to normal. Pass

Fail

2.6.1Alarms are issued when the DC output voltage exceeds the alarm threshold set in the monitoring unit, and the alarms disappear after the DC voltage return to normal.Automatic alarms should be issued in case the DC output voltage exceeds the alarm threshold set in the monitoring unit, which should disappear automatically after the DC voltage becomes normal. Pass

FailThis test may bring risks while the loads work.

3 Analog Detection Accuracy Test

Table 31 Analog Detection Accuracy TestTest No.Test Contents & CriterionTest ResultsConclusionsRemarks

Displayed ValueMeasured Value

3.1.1AC input voltage (with the error 1%) Phase A Pass

FailThe error calculation method: (actual-measured value-displayed value)/300

Phase B

Phase C

3.2.1Output voltage (with the error 0.5%) Pass

FailThe error calculation method: (actual-measured value-displayed value)/60

3.3.1Output current (with the error 1%) Battery1(if has) Pass

FailThe error calculation method: (actual-measured value-displayed value)/the full measurement range of the shunt(the full measurement range of the battery shunt is 300A, and the full measurement range of the load is 300A)

Battery2(if has)

Total load current

4 System Current Equalization Performance Test

Table 41 System Current Equalization Performance TestTest No,Test Contents and Test ResultsTest CriterionConclusionsRemarks

4.1.1Rectifier No.Rectifier Current (A)When the system load current exceeds 20% of the sum of rated output current of all the rectifiers, the difference between the current of any rectifier and the average current of all working rectifiers should not be larger than 2.5A. Pass

FailIf the load rate is less than 20% of the rectifier, this item should be ignored

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5 Acceptance Conclusions

Table 51 Acceptance ConclusionsCustomers RepresentativeSignature: Date:

ZTEs RepresentativeSignature: Date:

Representative of the Engineering SupervisorSignature: Date:

Representative of the Construction CompanySignature: Date:

Appendix A Remarks

Note:The items listed in this test record are the overall test items for all products concerned, and the specific items to be tested at site should be based on the functions of the contract equipment and the engineering type (expansion or reconstruction).

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