Rittal – Systematic, modular UPS
Focus on availability.
Faster – better – worldwide.
Ensure availability
Readers of “Funkschau”
magazine award the
Rittal UPS the accolade
“ITC Product of the Year
2009”.
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Rittal UPS Power Modular Concept
Sensitive electronics are not confined to the data centre. In industry, too, systems need to be protected against
power failures and malfunctions. No problem for an uninterruptible power supply, provided it is tailored to that
industry’s specific requirements. Super-efficient UPS systems from Rittal have transformed the pricing structure in
these application areas. We offer rack-mounted, modular and scalable UPS systems with maximum efficiency,
combined with climate control and power distribution systems.
Protecting IT
infrastructures
Modern IT infrastructures
demand optimum MTBF, high
redundancy, and maximum
scalability – all with a high
degree of energy efficiency.
Protecting process
operations
Even a power failure of just
a few seconds can create
massive disruption in the
production process. These
areas also have exacting
demands in terms of filter
properties and a high level
of resistance and flexibility
in case of overvoltage.
Renewable energies
Wind turbines must be capable
of withstanding the toughest
conditions. Rittal UPS systems
ensure safe, reliable control,
monitoring and navigation
lighting of the turbines.
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Modular scaling
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Rittal UPS Power Modular Concept
Modular rack-mounting, energy-efficient, high-MTBF – these three attributes of Rittal UPS technology help to
ensure low costs. Easily adapted to suit your specific requirements, its space requirements are minimal, and
maintenance work can be carried out quickly with the system operational. That’s how efficient it is to ensure
almost 100% availability.
97
96
Operating ratio (%)
96
95.5
95
95
94
94
93
92
91
90
25
50
75
100
Loading (%)
Operating ratio
Particularly in the lower load range, a high efficiency really
comes into its own, and also ensures significantly lower heat
loss dissipation.
-0.90
1.00
0.80
Output (%)
100
75
50
25
0
-0.80
-0.90
1.00
0.90
0.80
0.70
Power factor
Capacitive load
The capacitive load is increasing. The UPS must be
designed accordingly. The PMC 200 can emit constant and
full active power from 0.9 kW capacitive to 0.8 kW inductive.
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Category
UPS classification to EN 620 40-3
Rittal UPS
1
VFI: UPS output independent of network
voltage and frequency changes within
the limits to IEC 61 000-2-2
(Voltage and Frequency Independent)
PMC 800
PMC 200
PMC 40
PMC 12
2
VI: UPS output frequency independent
of network frequency, voltage stabilised
(electronic/passive) within the limits for
normal operation (Voltage Independent)
3
VFD: UPS output dependent on voltage
and frequency changes in the network
(Voltage and Frequency Dependent)
5
Systematic operating ratio
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Rittal UPS Power Modular Concept
Complete power distribution from a single source. From the interchange point of the power supply, via
redundant UPS systems, to the socket in the server rack. All power supply components are adapted to
suit the requirements and perfectly coordinated with one another.
Low-voltage main
distributor
● Individually configurable
busbar systems up to 5500 A
● Individual outputs
(compartments) individually
configurable
● Integration of measurement
systems for the various
works (cooling/IT load/infrastructure)
● Combination with switchgear e.g. for emergency
generators (diesel
generators)
Tailor-made UPS
climate control
concepts
● UPS cooling via air/water
heat exchangers (LCP)
● No pressure on the room
air-conditioning by the UPS
● Minimal noise generation
thanks to the sealed and
efficient cooling system
IT power distributor
for data centres
● Configured and optimised to
the respective requirements
● Modular rack-mounting
thanks to pre-configured
power modules, extendible
with the system operational
● Integration of measurement
and consumption meters
Power distribution
in the server rack
● Modular configuration,
convertible and extendible
with the system operational
(Rittal PSM system)
● Monitoring and control
of each individual slot via
Ethernet (SNMP) is
supported
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Rittal UPS systems
Power Module Concept
The best UPS concept for you is
an individual concept.
In your company, UPS protection
of all processes whose availability
is crucial is more than just a
question of kilowatts, autonomy
and UPS redundancy.
With this in mind, we discuss your
individual requirements of a UPS
at length.
The key here is to protect the
critical load with a high UPS
operating ratio.
Our aim is to ensure maximum
availability of the connected
infrastructure, maximum energy
efficiency, and exceptional
protection for your investment.
Rittal – The System.
PMC 12 and PMC 12 compact
PMC 40
A compact single-phase UPS with scalable
autonomy up to 55 minutes at 100% load
produces a broad application spectrum.
Installation in racks with two 482.6 mm (19˝) levels
from a depth of 800 mm.
Arguments at a glance
1 – 18 kW
Output range
(scalable)
10 – 40 kW
PMC 12
PMC 40
8 – 800 kW
PMC 200
64 – 960 kW
Modules/output range/phases
Redundancy
Modules with 1/2/3/4.5 and 6 kVA
single-phase
Modules with 10 and 20 kW
3-phase
n+1
n+1
Double-conversion technology
VFI-SS 111
VFI-SS 111
Installation, space requirements
482.6 mm (19˝), 2 U or floor standing enclosure
2 x 482.6 mm (19˝) level,
min. 800 mm enclosure depth
● With 90° swivellable LCD.
● Serial/USB interface and
Emergency Power Off (EPO) contact.
● Optional SNMP monitoring card.
● Batteries “hot swap” compatible, may be
replaced from the front.
● Integral batteries for 1 – 3 kVA,
external batteries for 4.5 kVA and 6 kVA.
Parallel switching of 4.5kVA and 6kVA UPS
modules up to 12kVA n+1 redundant.
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● Redundant system (decentralised
parallel architecture, DPA) for maximum
possible availability.
● “Safe swap” capability with redundancy:
Safe module exchange with the system
operational, no need to switch to
bypass mode.
● Mixed population (e.g. with servers) in
the same rack is also supported.
● Various IP protection classes supported
by the rack used.
Rittal UPS Power Modular Concept
PMC 200
PMC 800
Maximum availability, modularity and a compact
design ensure flexible, almost unlimited scalability
and redundancy.
The benefits: Low capital tie-up, cost-efficient expansion,
minimal space requirements.
Maximum availability and output in a modular design!
The separation of modules into a power module and a control
module is exemplary for UPS systems of this output category.
This separation ensures a high level of service-friendliness and
facilitates the precise planning of maintenance work.
PMC 800
Modules with 8/12/16/20/24/32/40 kW
3-phase
Modules with 64 and 80 kW
3-phase
n+1
n+1
VFI-SS 111
VFI-SS 111
Integrated into the rack
Integrated into the rack
● Scalability up to 20 modules This facilitates a maximum output of
up to 800 kW or 760 kW n+1.
● Decentralised parallel architecture, DPA (redundant protection
without “single point of failure”) offers optimum availability of
critical applications.
● The modular concept keeps the purchasing and operating costs
of redundant solutions (n+1) particularly low.
● Modular expansion of output and autonomy with the system
operational!
● Super-fast service with extremely short MTTR (Mean Time To
Repair).
● Rack plus UPS modules plus battery packs produce a
customised UPS.
● Absolute output density up to 200 kW (160 kW redundant) in one
rack translates into extremely minimal space requirements.
● Scalability up to 12 modules This facilitates a maximum output of up
to 960 kW or 880 kW n+1.
Higher outputs available on request.
● The transformerless double conversion architecture ensures a high
level of efficiency.
● Decentralised parallel architecture (DPA). No single point of failure
influences the availability of the UPS.
● The modular architecture allows energy-efficient configuration,
precisely tailored to requirements.
● The Safe Swap technology means that the UPS can be replaced (in
inverter mode) or extended with the system operational.
With a redundant configuration of the UPS, the load continues to be
supplied with current while a module is being replaced.
● Every UPS module has a separate static bypass and a display,
together with the control electronics and a processor.
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UPS PMC 12
Single-phase, output range 1 – 12 kVA n+1
The UPS is distinguished by the
use of double-conversion
technology.
Double-conversion technology
provides the basis for an
optimum supply voltage to all
connected loads. This makes
the Rittal PMC 12 UPS ideally
suited for all applications in the
IT environment and for other
requirements such as automation technology, system
control etc. A scalable autonomy
of up to 55 minutes at 100%
load produces a broad
application spectrum.
Autonomy (min.) at 100% load:
Supply includes:
DK 7857.430, DK 7857.431,
DK 7857.432
Single-phase UPS systems with
internal “hot-swap compatible”
batteries, assembly parts,
operating manual, software on
CD-ROM, USB, RS232 cable
and earthing-pin connection
cable.
Supply includes:
DK 7857.433, DK 7857.434
Single-phase UPS systems with
assembly parts, operating
manual, software on CD-ROM,
RS232 cable and connection
cable with open cable ends.
UPS for 482.6 mm (19) racks or
as floor-standing enclosures
Battery packs
UPS type
In
supplied state
1
2
1 kVA
7 min.
28 min.
55 min.
–
2 kVA
7 min.
17 min.
29 min.
–
3 kVA
5 min.
12 min.
20 min.
–
4.5 kVA
–
9 min.
23 min.
39 min.
6 kVA
–
8 min.
20 min.
33 min.
Also required:
Country-specific connection
cables and slide rails are
required to operate the UPS
systems.
UPS with integral battery
Model No. DK PMC 12, 2 U
7857.430
3
7857.431
Width x height mm
UPS control unit
7857.432
7857.433
7857.434
440 (482.6 mm/19˝) x 88 (2 U)
Depth2) mm
405
650
650
680
680
Weight kg
15.7
26
29
24
24
–
7857.482
7857.483
–
–
–
Model No. DK PMC 12, 4 U
Width x height mm
440 (482.6 mm/19˝) x 176 (4 U)
Depth2) mm
–
420
420
–
Weight kg
–
26
27
–
–
VA
1000
2000
3000
4500
6000
Watts
800
1600
2400
3500
4800
Max. heat loss (W)
105
210
252
315
420
Power
Rated voltage
230 V (160 – 288 V)
Frequency
Input
50/60 Hz ±5%
Power factor
> 0.99 with linear load
230 V < ±1% (200/208/220/230/240 V adjustable)
Voltage
Output
Frequency, synchronised
Operating ratio, AC mode
± 1 Hz
88%
88%
Power factor
Battery
5 years EUROBAT
Autonomy at 100% load
> 7 min.
> 7 min.
> 5 min.
> 12 min.1)
> 8 min.1)
1 x RS232
Optional network monitoring card DK 7857.420/relay card 7857.410
Operating systems supported
Windows, Unix, Linux, OS/2, Novell, Apple; RCCMD shutdown licence DK 7857.421
䡲
Input connection 230 V
Output connection 230 V
10 A C14
16 A C20
Compact connector Compact connector
6 x 10 A, C13, 2 units switched
4 x 10 A, C13,
2 units switched,
1 x 16 A, C19
Compact connector Compact connector
Power
Standards and
certifications
90%
1 x USB, 1 x RS232
SNMP
Emergency Power Off (EPO)
Connection
90%
0.8
Interface
Communication
90%
IEC/EN 62 040-3
EMC
EN 50 091-2/EN 62 040-2 class A, EN 61 000-4-2/-3/-4/-6-8/-11, EN 61 000-3-2/-3
Labelling
CE, FCC
Accessories
Battery pack3) PMC 12
Battery pack PMC 12 compact
Connection cable at output end, UPS, single-phase,
for PSM busbar
1) With
10
an external battery pack
2)
7857.435
7857.437
7857.437
7857.442
7857.442
–
7857.488
7857.488
–
–
7856.027
7856.030
–
–
7856.027
Without an external battery pack
3)
Autonomy (min.) at 100% load – see table.
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UPS PMC 40
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Type 1
PMC 40 – compact, rackindependent UPS system
(up to 40 kW, 3-phase)
This uses “double conversion”
UPS technology according
to the highest classification
VFI-SS-111, which provides a
constant output irrespective of
the incoming voltage, coupled
with a high overall operating
ratio and minimal space
requirements.
The PMC 40 may be configured
as a redundant system. As a
general principle, it is important
to ensure adequate climate
control of the rack where the
PMC 40 is installed.
For installation purposes, the
rack must have two 482.6 mm
(19˝) mounting levels and a
minimum depth of 800 mm.
Depending on the configuration,
mixed population (e.g. with
servers) in the same rack is
also supported.
18 HE
15 HE
11 HE
19
˝
19
˝
Type 2
19
˝
Type 3
The PMC 40 (redundant design)
has “safe swap” capabilities.
This allows easy, safe module
exchange while the system is
operational, without having to
switch the UPS to bypass mode.
Installation, commissioning and
maintenance must only be
carried out by qualified
personnel who have been
authorised by Rittal.
26 HE
3-phase, output range scalable 10 – 40 kW
˝
Type 4
Supply includes:
A PMC 40 UPS system is
comprised of a basic unit for
482.6 mm (19˝) installation.
1 – 2 UPS modules and,
depending on the version,
a maximum of two battery
packs per UPS module may
be integrated into this basic
module. The configured
complete system comes
supplied with basic unit and
UPS module(s). The battery
packs are supplied separately.
Type 1
Type 2
Type 3
Type 4
Number of UPS modules
1
1
2
2
Number of battery packs
1
2
2
4
10
10/20
20
20/40
10/20
Maximum UPS output (with 10 kW/20 kW module)
kW
UPS output with 1+1 redundancy (with 10 kW/20 kW module)
kW
–
–
10
Approx. autonomies at 100% load (10 kW/20 kW modules)
min.
6/–
15/5
6/–
16/5
Approx. autonomies at 50% load (10 kW/20 kW modules)
min.
12/–
30/10
12/–
32/10
RS232 (D-Sub 9) and USB interface (configuration and shutdown)
Qty.
1/1
1/1
1/1
1/1
Fault signal contacts (floating)
Qty.
5
5
5
5
Clamping strip input (3L+N+PE) max. conductor cross-section
mm2
10/16
10/16
10/16
10/16
Clamping strip output (3L+N+PE) max. conductor cross-section
Width (B)
Dimensions
mm2
10/16
10/16
10/16
10/16
mm
485 (19˝)
485 (19˝)
485 (19˝)
485 (19˝)
Height (H)
U
11
15
18
26
Depth (T)
mm
735
735
735
735
Required distance between 482.6 mm (19˝) levels (min./max.)
mm
690 – 800
690 – 800
690 – 800
690 – 800
Weight (approx. incl. batteries and UPS modules)
kg
162
278
310
537
Model No. DK basic unit
7040.010
7040.020
7040.030
7040.040
Model No. DK
PMC 40 10 kW module (order quantity acc. to type)
1x
7040.110
1x
7040.110
2x
7040.110
2x
7040.110
Model No. DK
PMC 40 20 kW module (order quantity acc. to type)
–
1x
7040.120
–
2x
7040.120
Model No. DK
PMC 40 battery pack per n x 4 x 10 batteries (12 V/7 Ah) prewired
(service life 5 acc. to EUROBAT) n = 1, 2, 4
7040.211
7040.212
7040.212
7040.214
Model No. DK
PMC 40 battery preparation (for export or air freight )
Drawers and battery cabling (excluding battery, quantity
depending on type)
7040.201
7040.202
7040.203
7040.204
Accessories
SNMP monitoring card (Budget)
7857.420
RCCMD licence, bundle with 5 licences for selective shutdown of
5 computers (only available in conjunction with UPS hardware)
7857.423
RCCMD licence, bundle with 25 licences for selective shutdown of
25 computers (only available in conjunction with UPS hardware)
7857.424
Note: Only UPS modules with an identical output may be combined.
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UPS PMC 40
3-phase, output range scalable 10 – 40 kW
PMC 40 modules, rack-independent
n.
mi
0
80
The UPS system PMC
40 may be installed in
any 482.6 mm (19˝)
rack which is at least
800 mm deep.
Basic module ...
... plus UPS module ...
… plus battery pack
produce a complete
UPS system with an
output of 10 – 40 kW.
Note: When installing the PMC 40 in a sealed enclosure, it is important to ensure adequate climate
control.
IP protection categories of the PMC 40 UPS may be defined on a customer-specific basis via the rack
used.
Technical specifications1)
PMC 40 UPS module
Model No. DK
7040.110
PMC 40 UPS module type
Input voltage
7040.120
10 kW
20 kW
V
3 x 400/230 + N
Input voltage tolerance (at < 80% load)
%
–30/+15
Input frequency range
Hz
35 – 70
min.
PF = 0.99
THDI
%
Sine-wave THDI > 4
Output voltage
V
3 x 400/230
Voltage stability (output)
%
+/– 4
Distortions (output, non-linear load EN 62 040-3)
%
+/– 2
Output frequency (configurable)
Hz
50 or 60
Overload capacity on inverter (max. 600/60 sec.)
%
Input power factor (at 100% load)
Short-circuit resistance
125/150
Inverter: 2 x In via 250 ms bypass: 10 x in 10 ms
Environmental conditions
Ambient temperatures (operation)
°C
0 – 40
Recommended operating conditions (batteries)
°C
20 – 25
Operating ratio (AC – AC, approx. for at least 50% load)
%
94
Eco-mode operating ratio (AC – AC, at 100% load)
%
98
Interfaces (integrated into basic unit)
USB, RS232, floating contacts (5)
Optional management via extension slot (remote monitoring)
1 x network monitoring card (SNMP card)
Standards
Safety
EN 62 040-1.1, EN 60 950-1
Electromagnetic compatibility
EN 62 040-2, EN 61 000-3-2, EN 61 000-3-3, EN 61 000-6-2
Certifications
Protection category
1) We
CE
IP
20
reserve the right to make technical modifications.
Detailed technical data as well as operating manuals and software updates for our UPS systems
may be found on the Internet at www.rittal.com (under the relevant Model No.)
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UPS PMC 200
3-phase, output range scalable 8 – 800 kW
Rittal PMC 200 ensures optimum availability for critical applications
by combining modularity (flexible, unlimited scalability and
redundancy, whereby up to 20 modules may be switched in parallel)
with decentralised parallel architecture or DPA (redundant protection
without a “single point of failure”). The UPS modules are transformerless, genuine online, double-conversion UPSs with static bypass and
classification code VFI-SS-111.
This modular concept keeps the purchasing and operating costs
of redundant solutions exceptionally low. As your performance
requirements grow, the UPS grows with you, thanks to its flexible
scalability – even in the most confined spaces, and with the system
operational. The benefits to you: Less capital tie-up, inexpensive
expansion, and minimal space requirements.
Module range (per rack)
Module power
Up to 100 kW
kW
8
12
Up to 200 kW
16
20
24
32
40
1. Rectifier data
Nominal input voltage
V
3 x 380/220 V+N, 3 x 400/230 V+N, 3 x 415/240 V+N
Input voltage tolerance
V
3 x 306/177 V to 3 x 464/264 V for < 100% load
3 x 280/161 V to 3 x 464/264 V for < 80% load
3 x 160/138 V to 3 x 464/264 V for < 60% load
Input frequency
Hz
35 – 70
PF = 0.99 噞 100% load
Power factor input
Sine-wave THDI = < 3% 噞 100% load
Distortion factor, THDI
2. Battery specifications (maintenance-free lead and NiCd)
No. of 12 V batteries
30 – 50
Battery charging curve
40 – 50
40 – 50
30 – 50
40 – 50
Ripple free; IU (DIN 41 773)
3. Output data
Power output per module
kVA
10
15
20
25
30
40
45
Output power per module
at cos phi 0.8 ind. to cos phi 0.9 cap.
kW
8
12
16
20
24
32
40
Output voltage
V
3 x 380/220 V or 3 x 400/230 V or 3 x 415/240 V
Static: < ± 1% /dynamic step load 0% – 100% or 100% – 0%: < ± 4%
Output voltage stability
With linear load: < ± 2% /with non-linear load (EN 62 040-3; 2001): < ± 4%
Output voltage distortion
Output frequency
50 Hz or 60 Hz
Overload capacity in inverter mode
125% load: 10 min./150% load: 60 sec.
Short-circuit capacity
A
2 x In via 250 ms/bypass: 10 x In via 10 ms
Operating ratio AC – AC
at 100%/75%/50%/25% load (cos phi 1.0)
%
96/95/95/95
Eco-mode operating ratio at 100% load
%
98
4. General technical specifications
Safety
EN 62 040-1-1: 2003, EN 60 950-1: 2006
2006, EN 61 000-3-2: 2000, EN 61 000-3-3: 2006,
EN 61 000-6-2: 2006, EN 61 000-6-4: 2002
EMC
Classification code VFI-SS-111
EN 62 040-3: 2002
Product conformity
CE
Protection category
IP 20
Noise level at 100%/50% load
dB (A)
Parallel configuration
Ambient temperature UPS/batteries (recommended)
55/49
57/49
57/49
57/49
°C
Siting
63/53
63/53
0 – 40/20 – 25
Min. 20 cm spacing from the wall (required for cooling)
Input and output wiring
From the front, below
Operating ratio AC – AC
at 100%/75%/50%/25% load (cos phi 1.0)
%
96/95/95/93.5
Eco-mode operating ratio at 100% load
%
98
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Up to 20 modules
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UPS PMC 200
3-phase, output range scalable 8 – 800 kW
20
20
20
20
20
20
UPS rack
UPS module
Minimum floor space is required
by a rack with three modules
(2+1 redundancy) and batteries
with autonomy integrated into a
single rack.
Battery packs
The Rittal PMC 200 allows the
integration of up to 5 modules
(4+1 redundancy) in one rack.
For this configuration, an additional battery rack is required.
PMC 200
The autonomy may be flexibly
adapted to suit your requirements.
A safe investment –
almost unlimited
scalability
Up to 20 PMC modules may be
gradually switched in parallel e.g.
in order to supply 800 kW without
redundancy or 760 kW n+1 (with
40 kW modules) uninterrupted.
May be upgraded with the system
operational; no need to switch
over to an unprotected network.
12
20
20
20
UPS racks:
Battery racks:
12
12
12
12
Examples of 12 and 20 kW module configurations
and autonomies
W 600 x H 2000 x D 1000 mm
W 600 x H 2000 x D 1000 mm
Redundancy
without
with
without
with
without
with
without
with
without
with
1/–
–
1/–
1/–
1/–
1/–
1/1
1/1
1/1
1/1
Number of UPS modules
1
–
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
PMC 12 module type, power in kW
12
–
24
12
36
24
48
36
60
48
24
UPS rack/battery rack
Battery autonomy1)
60
–
14
14
14
14
24
24
24
PMC 20 module type, power in kW
20
–
40
20
60
40
80
60
100
80
Battery autonomy1)
33
–
7
7
7
7
12
12
12
12
Note:
This table contains only sample configurations.
We would be pleased to configure your individual solution with you.
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UPS PMC 800
3-phase, output range scalable 64 – 960 kW
Rittal PMC 800 is the solution for data centres with a high power
consumption. The modular architecture allows optimum, tailored
configuration of the UPS.
The PMC 800 may be extended to accommodate up to 12 modules,
facilitating a maximum output of up to 960 kW or 880 kW (n+1),
redundant. If a UPS with a higher output is required, this can of
course be achieved with the PMC 800.
Rittal PMC 800 at a glance:
● Topology: On-line, double conversion, VFI
● Technology: transformerless
● Architecture: Modular, supports parallel connection
● Maximum output in standard configuration: 960 kW
(higher outputs available on request)
● Operating ratio at 25/50/75/100% load
(cos phi = 0.8): 92/93.5/95/95%
● Use of battery racks
1. PMC 800
Module type
Power output
kVA
Power output
kW
Nominal input voltage
V
64
80
80
100
64
80
3 x 380/220 V+N, 3 x 400/230 V+N, 3 x 415/240 V+N
Load < 100% (–23%, +15%)
< 80% (–30%, +15%)
< 60% (–40%, +15%)
Input voltage tolerance
(3 x 400 V)
Input frequency
Hz
35 – 70
Power factor, input
0.98
Distortion factor, THDI
7 – 9% at 100% load
2. Battery specifications (maintenance-free lead and NiCd)
Maximum charging current per module
A
16, ripple-free
Battery performance curve
IU (DIN 41 773)
Number of batteries (12 V)
40 – 50
3. Output data
Module type
Power output per module
kVA
Power output per module
kW
Output voltage
V
64
80
80
100
64
80
3 x 380/220 V, 3 x 400/230 V, 3 x 415/240 V
Output power factor
1
Output voltage tolerance, static
< ± 1%
Output voltage tolerance, dynamic
< ± 4%
Distortion factor with non-linear load (EN 62 040-3: 2001)
< ± 3%
Admissible load unbalance
100%
Output voltage form
Output frequency
Sinusoid
Hz
50 or 60
Overload capacity
125%: 10 min./150%: 1 min.
4. General technical specifications
Topology
On-line, double conversion, VFI
Parallel configuration
Ambient temperature
For redundancy or output increase up to 10 modules
°C
0 – 40
Cooling
Fan-assisted
1500 m3 at 25°C
Volume of cooling air required
Siting
Min. 20 cm distance from the wall
Cabling
Operating ratio cos phi = 0.8
Load: 100%, 75%, 50%, 25%
Heat loss at 100% load
cos phi = 0.8
Weight
Dimensions W x H x D
Standards
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From the front, from below
%
95/95/93.5/92
W
3400
4200
Active module
65 kg
65 kg
Passive module
70 kg
mm
85 kg
1400 x 1900 x 870
Safety
EN 62 040-1-1: 2003, EN 60 950-1: 2001/A11: 2004, EN 50 091-2: 1995
EMC
EN 61 000-3-2: 2000, EN 61 000-3-3: 1995/A1: 2001, EN 61 000-6-4: 2001
Power
EN 62 040-3: 2001
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Accessories
PMC 12
Mechanical
maintenance bypass, 2 U
1
for PMC 12
Facilitates uninterrupted removal/maintenance of
the UPS. Various designs are required depending
on the UPS output category.
Connection of the bypass for 1 – 3 kVA UPS
models is via a connector (Plug & Play), while the
4.5 and 6 kVA UPS variant must be installed by a
qualified electrician. It is important to ensure the
correct prefuse of the UPS bypass depending on
the UPS output used.
Model No. DK
1
1 – 3 kVA
(incl. UPS fuse 16 A)
7857.440
2
4.5 – 6 kVA
(incl. UPS fuse 32 A)
7857.441
Dimensions:
W x H x D (mm):
465 x 88 x 80 (DK 7857.440)
465 x 88 x 350 (DK 7857.441)
2
Sub-distribution
482.6 mm (19˝) sub-distribution for PMC 12
Outlets 4 x C19 and 2 x 32 A CEE-conforming
Single-phase, individually fused. Allows the direct
connection of up to 6 pieces of equipment.
A qualified electrician must carry out the
installation.
Packs of
Model No. DK
1
7857.445
Packs of
Model No. DK
1
7857.448
Dimensions:
W x H x D (mm): 482.6 (19˝) x 131 (3 U) x 300
Technical specifications:
Ambient conditions:
Temperature:
5 – 40°C, humidity: 5 – 90% rel. hum.
(non-condensing)
Input (open ends with wire end ferrules):
3 x 6 mm² (2 m)
Output:
4 x C19 jack, 2 x CEE 32 A coupling
Fuses:
4 x 16 AC, 2 x 32 A C type C
PMC 12 Plug & Play
Sub-distribution
for PMC 12, 4.5 and 6 kVA
This sub-distribution facilitates simple installation
and commissioning of the PMC 12 UPS, 4.5 and
6 kVA. All that is needed is a single-phase 32 A
connection to DIN/EN 60 309.
Dimensions:
W x H x D (mm): 482.6 (19˝) x 88 (2 U) x 300
Technical specifications:
Ambient conditions:
Temperature:
5 – 40°C, humidity: 5 – 90% rel. hum.
(non-condensing)
UPS connection PMC 12:
Via connection cable with fitted Harting connector
(1.5 m)
Input (connection cable):
3 x 6 mm² (3 m) with 32 CEE connector
single-phase
Output:
2 x C19 jack, 4 x C13 jack
Fuses:
2 x 16 AC, 4 x 10 A C type C
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PMC 12/40
Parallel hot swap chassis
1
for PMC 12, 4.5 and 6 kVA
Facilitates parallel switching of 2 (or 3) PMC UPS
systems to increase the output or redundancy of
the UPS. A mechanical maintenance bypass is
also integrated.
Parallel connection is only possible with the 4.5
and 6 kVA PMC 12 version. The two UPS systems
to be connected in parallel must have identical
battery configurations (number/type of battery
packs). The autonomy of the system will not be
increased as a result of parallel connection.
Installation must be carried out by a qualified
electrician.
for UPS systems
Packs of
Model No. DK
1
2
1
7857.443
2
3
1
7857.444
Note:
Commissioning of a PMC 12 UPS connected in
parallel must only be carried out by a member of
the Rittal Service team, because the UPS may be
destroyed if wrongly configured.
Additionally, we recommend the use of the
PMC 12 sub-distribution (DK 7857.445).
Dimensions:
W x H x D (mm): 482.6 (19˝) x 88 (2 U) x 300
2
Technical specifications:
Ambient conditions:
Temperature:
5 – 40°C, humidity: 5 – 90% rel. hum.
(non-condensing)
UPS connection PMC 12:
Via connection cable with fitted Harting connector
(1 m)
Input (connection cable):
3 x 10/16 mm² (2 m) with open cable end and wire
end ferrules
Output (connection cable):
3 x 10/16 mm² (2 m) with open cable end and wire
end ferrules
Fuses (UPS input):
2 x 2 x 32 A type C (for DK 7857.443)
3 x 2 x 32 A type C (for DK 7857.444)
Sub-distribution
482.6 mm (19˝) sub-distribution for
PMC 40 UPS
Allows the directly fused connection of single and
3-phase equipment. In this way, up to 4 PSM
busbars may be connected directly to the
PMC 40 UPS via the relevant connection cables.
Additionally, there are six single-phase outlets
(16 A) available via C19 jacks.
Connection to the PMC 40 UPS must be carried
out by a qualified electrician.
UPS monitoring card
(SNMP card)
This optional monitoring card facilitates monitoring
of the UPS via web browsers. In this way, various
monitoring states of the UPS (e.g. input voltage,
output currents/power per phase, battery
charging status, autonomies etc.) may be
remotely monitored.
However, the main application is a controlled
server shutdown via the network interface. To this
end, a UPS shutdown client (RCCMD software)
must be installed and configured on every server.
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Packs of
Model No. DK
1
7040.500
Dimensions
W x H x D: 482.6 (19˝) x 131 mm (3 U) x 300 mm
Technical specifications:
Ambient conditions:
Temperature:
5 – 40°C, humidity: 5 – 90% rel. hum.
(non-condensing)
Input (open ends with wire end ferrules):
5 x 16 mm² (2 m)
Output:
4 x GST18 (3-phase), 6 x C19 (single-phase)
Fuses:
18 x 16 AC
Version
Packs of
Model No. DK
SNMP card, budget version
1
7857.420
SNMP card CS121
with floating contacts
1
7857.366
Note:
Only one extension card may be installed per UPS
system.
Redundant monitoring solutions for UPS systems
available on request.
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Accessories
PMC 12/40
RCCMD software
Client software to control the server shutdown via
the PMC UPS. The software supports all common
operating systems and versions (e.g. Windows 7,
VISTA, XP, Server 2003/2008, UNIX/LINUX and
VMWARE Sphere/ESX Server, CITRIX XEN etc).
Software updates and a complete list of currently
supported operating systems are available at
www.rimatrix5.com (under Service/Downloads/
Power).
A separate licence is needed for every server to
be shut down on an event-controlled basis. The
supply of the Rittal PMC UPS includes both the
necessary software on CD and one licence (for
one server). If other servers are to be controlled
by the UPS, the following licence bundles may be
ordered.
Licences
Model No. DK
Single licence
7857.421
Licence bundle (5 servers)
7857.423
Licence bundle (25 servers)
7857.424
PMC 12 relay card
Packs of
Model No. DK
1
7857.410
for PMC 12
With this card the UPS alarm messages (5 UPS
alarms) may be forwarded to external indicator
devices (e.g. building services management) via
floating contacts.
The card is plugged into the extension slot on the
rear of the PMC 12 UPS.
Note:
Cannot be used together with the SNMP card.
Slide rails, depth-variable,
1U
for server and network enclosures
with two 482.6 mm (19˝) mounting levels and
L-shaped mounting angles
The slide rail is pulled out to the required length
and secured between the front and rear mounting
level.
Length
mm
Load
capacity
kg
Contact
surface
mm
590 – 930
80
50
Packs
Model No. DK
of
2
7063.883
Material:
Sheet steel, zinc plated, passivated.
Supply includes:
Assembly parts.
Power System Module PSM
Busbars and matching modules may be found
in Catalogue 32, from page 789.
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Service
Faster – better – worldwide.
Urbana
Herborn
Shanghai
Bangalore
São Paulo
With more than 200 locations worldwide
for a truly global service
Our Rittal global service comprises five strategic service hubs, more than 60 service
support points at our subsidiaries, and over
200 qualified and authorised service partners worldwide. Because when it comes
to service, nothing is more important to
us than customer proximity, safety and
reliability.
From Europe, to the USA and South America, through to China and India: Wherever
you are using a Rittal product, we will take
care of it. Rittal service engineers around the
world are all trained to the same high standards of performance and quality, and are at
your service 24 hours a day.
Rittal accompanies your UPS throughout
its entire lifecycle – with individual
services.
● Global stocking of spare parts, including
standard components and replacement
modules.
● On-site module replacement in < 1.0 hour,
for maximum availability.
● Minimal maintenance costs, thanks to
intelligent service concepts.
● Safe swap – which means no need to
switch to unprotected networks (bypass)
and compliance with Tier II and Tier IV,
depending on the customer infrastructure.
● Optimum plant availability thanks to
pretested systems.
Rittal service contracts – the ultimate back-up
Reachability
Response time
Spare parts availability
Maintenance
Warranty extension
BASIC
Business hours
Next working day
Standard
1 x/year
Optional
COMFORT
Business hours
Next day
Standard
1 x/year
Optional
ADVANCED
24 hours
365 days/year
Next day
24 hours
1 x/year
Yes
FULL
24 hours
365 days/year
8 hours
Individual concept
Individual
(at least 1 x/year)
Yes
As agreed
As agreed
As agreed
As agreed
As agreed
CUSTOMIZED
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savings. Rittal’s strategy says think in terms of
system solutions and provide a system for all
applications – from power distribution and
automation, to building installation, through
to the IT infrastructure.
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