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ETSI - ES 202 336-9

Environmental Engineering (EE); Monitoring and Control Interface for Infrastructure Equipment (Power, Cooling and Building Environment Systems used in Telecommunication Networks); Part 9: Alternative Power Systems

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Organization: ETSI
Publication Date: 1 September 2012
Status: active
Page Count: 52
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The present document applies to monitoring and control of alternative power supply systems for telecommunication equipment. The alternative power systems may include solar power system, wind power system, fuel cell system, external heat engine generator system, etc.

This multi-part deliverable defines:

• The monitored and controlled alternative power supply system architectures.

• The minimum set of exchanged information required at the interface, described in "natural language" in text tables.

• The XML files with tags and variables corresponding to the data in the tables.

Document History

ES 202 336-9
September 1, 2012
Environmental Engineering (EE); Monitoring and Control Interface for Infrastructure Equipment (Power, Cooling and Building Environment Systems used in Telecommunication Networks); Part 9: Alternative Power Systems
The present document applies to monitoring and control of alternative power supply systems for telecommunication equipment. The alternative power systems may include solar power system, wind power...
July 1, 2012
Environmental Engineering (EE); Monitoring and Control Interface for Infrastructure Equipment (Power, Cooling and Building Environment Systems used in Telecommunication Networks); Part 9: Alternative Power Systems
The present document applies to monitoring and control of alternative power supply systems for telecommunication equipment. The alternative power systems may include solar power system, wind power...

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