Emerson Liebert Static Transfer Switch User manual

Network Power Switch
Single Pole 110V
Liebert NPS
Network Power Switch
HOT
SWAP
User Manual
(07/04)
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USER MANUAL
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ENGLISH
This manual describes installation and operation procedures for the
Network Power Switch.
All relevant parts of the manual should be read prior to commencing installation.
If you encounter any problems with the procedures contained in this manual
you should seek immediate assistance from the Liebert Sales Office
from whom the equipment was purchased.
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REGISTERED HEAD OFFICE
EMERSON NETWORK POWER (India) Pvt. Ltd.
Plot no. C-20, Road no. 19
Wagle Industrial Estate
Thane – 400 604 Maharashtra, India
TELEPHONE: (00 91 22) 5807000, 5828405
FAX: (00 91 22) 5800829 / 5828358
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Branch Offices:
BARODA
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Safety Precautions
WARNING
Personnel operating on any apparatus referred in this manual must know extensively the product.
The Network Power Switch must be commissioned and serviced by an engineer approved by the manufacturer (or his
agent).
Failure to do so could result in personnel safety risk, equipment malfunction and invalidation of warranty.
CONFORMITY AND STANDARDS
The optional device complies with the requirements of the standards identified at the beginning of the User’s
Manual supplied with the Network Power Switch
Continued compliance requires installation in accordance with these instructions and the use of manufacturer
approved accessories only.
General
The unit must be grounded in accordance with current electrical regulations.
General
As with other types of power equipment, dangerous voltages are present within the Network Power Switch
enclosure. The risk of contact with these voltages is minimized as the live component parts are housed behind a
hinged, lockable door.
No risk exists to any personnel when operating the equipment in the normal manner, following the recommended
operating procedures.
All equipment maintenance and servicing procedures involve internal access and should be carried out only by
trained personnel.
Guide to the Instructions
The warning triangle indicates all the personal safety instructions.
Follow these instructions carefully to avoid injury.
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Table of Contents
1
Chapter 1 – General description ............................................................................................................................... 1-1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
2
Introduction.......................................................................................................................................................... 1-1
Design Concept.................................................................................................................................................... 1-2
Mechanical Design Description .......................................................................................................................... 1-3
Mimic Indications ................................................................................................................................................ 1-4
Manual Bypass Switch Operation ....................................................................................................................... 1-5
Potential free contacts.......................................................................................................................................... 1-6
Chapter 2 – Operating Instructions........................................................................................................................... 2-1
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
3
Introduction.......................................................................................................................................................... 2-1
General Notes....................................................................................................................................................... 2-1
Procedure for Switching the Network Power Switch to power the load from a Power Off condition.............. 2-1
Switching the Load to Manual Bypass condition ............................................................................................... 2-2
Procedure for switching the Network Power Switch from Manual Bypass condition to Normal Operation.... 2-2
Chapter 3 – Installation Procedure ........................................................................................................................... 3-1
3.1
Introduction.......................................................................................................................................................... 3-1
3.2
Equipment positioning and environmental considerations................................................................................. 3-1
3.3
Connecting cables to Network Power Switch..................................................................................................... 3-2
3.3.1
Cable entry ....................................................................................................................................................... 3-2
3.3.2
Cable Rating..................................................................................................................................................... 3-2
3.3.3
Cable connections ............................................................................................................................................ 3-3
3.3.4
Safety earth....................................................................................................................................................... 3-3
3.3.5
Protective devices............................................................................................................................................. 3-3
3.3.6
Cabling Procedure............................................................................................................................................ 3-3
4
Chapter 4 - Specifications......................................................................................................................................... 4-1
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
General Specifications ......................................................................................................................................... 4-1
Electrical Specifications ...................................................................................................................................... 4-1
Mechanical specifications.................................................................................................................................... 4-2
Environmental specifications .............................................................................................................................. 4-2
Installation Drawings ................................................................................................................................................ 5-1
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.1.3
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.1.3
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Power Circuit Diagram .................................................................................................................................... 5-1
External Power cable connections ................................................................................................................... 5-1
Overall general arrangement............................................................................................................................ 5-1
Power Circuit Diagram .................................................................................................................................... 5-2
External Power cable connections ................................................................................................................... 5-3
Overall general arrangement............................................................................................................................ 5-4
USER MANUAL
Network Power Switch
This manual describes the following equipment:
EQUIPMENT
3kVA, 110V, 25A, 1 Pole Network Power Switch (Rev00)
PART NUMBER
492100399001
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1 Chapter 1 – General description
1.1 Introduction
The Network Power Switch is an automatic static transfer switch designed to provide fast automatic transfers between
two independent, synchronous AC power sources to provide continuity of AC power to critical equipment, such as
information technology equipment.
One of the two AC inputs is designed as the “preferred” source to which the Network Power Switch will connect the
load as long as the designated input source is within the acceptable limits, the Network Power Switch is designed to
transfer the output load to the “alternate “input source, as long as the alternate source is within the acceptable voltage
limits.
The Network Power Switch provides fast, break-before-make transfers to prevent interconnection of the two sources,
even under faulted source conditions.
The maximum sense and transfer times are within the tolerance of IEEE Standard 446 susceptibility curve for
information technology equipment to allow uninterrupted load equipment operation.
In case of overload, Network Power Switch gives the alarm. Under Short-circuit condition a fast acting semi conductor
fuse protects condition of the load.
Manual Bypass Switch
The entire power static switch module is hot swappable. Before removing this module the load is transferred, without
break to any one of the source directly by using the Manual bypass switch. After replacing the static switch module, the
load is restored on static switch module, using the Manual bypass switch.
Block Diagram
L1 BYP.
MAN. BYP. SW
L1
STATIC
SWITCH
L
L2
L2 BYP.
N1
OUTPUT
NEUTRAL
N
N2
NETWORK POWER SWITCH
Fig 1.1 – Block Diagram of Network Power Switch
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1.2 Design Concept
Fig 1.2 - Power Circuit Diagram for Network Power Switch
Figure 1.2 shows the Power circuit diagram for Network Power Switch. Source 1 & Source 2 are the two
synchronized power sources with fuse switches FS1 & FS2 & pair of SCR’s TA & TB in series with each path.
Logic dictates that at any time only one pair of back-to-back connected SCR’s in the line path should conduct. This
routes the input power to the output load. Should the load feeding source fail due to any reason; the other source takes
over automatically in less than 6 ms.
This ensures that the critical load always receives the power & changeover time is less than the tolerance limit set by
IEEE 446 (CBEMA curve) for information technology equipments. The change over is always with break, which
ensures that in no case two sources get paralleled.
Priority source can be selected through front panel switch. The live mimic on front panel indicates which source is on
priority & which is feeding the load. Figure 1.4 shows the details of live mimic panel.
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1.3 Mechanical Design Description
FIXED UNIT
HOT SWAPPABLE UNIT
Fig 1.3 – Hot swappable and Fixed Unit
The Network Power Switch consists of two modules.
Fixed module consists of the input and output connections and manual bypass transfer control switch.
Second module is hot swappable plug-in type with removable electronics & static switching module.
The bypass / transfer control switch is located on right side of the cabinet with a key lock to restrict access to qualified
or designated operators. The plug in module likewise contains locked latches to prevent unauthorized removal of the
module. The Network Power Switch is designed to allow replacement of the removable electronics switching module
without having to de-energize the load equipment.
Entire power static switch module is hot swappable. Before removing this module the load is transferred without break
to any one of the source directly. After replacing the static switch module, the load is again transferred back to Network
Power Switch without break.
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1.4 Mimic Indications
S1 Healthy
S1 Priority
S1 Feeding
Load on S1
Priority
Selection
Switch
Load on Super Switch
Load on S2
Unsynchronised transfer
S2 Healthy
S2 Priority
S2 Feeding
Fig 1.4 – Mimic and LED Indications
LED INDICATION
Mimic indications: Ten LEDs are mounted on the mimic plate;
Glowing LED’s indicate the status of the Network Power Switch.
S1 Healthy:
Source –1 is a healthy source and is well above the 10% under voltage setting.
S2 Healthy:
Source –2 is a healthy source and is well above the 10% under voltage setting.
S1 Priority:
The priority selector switch is on S1 priority position.
S2 Priority:
The priority selector switch is on S2 priority position.
S1 Feeding:
The load is fed through source –1.
S2 Feeding:
The load is fed through source -2.
Overload:
Overload has occurred i.e. current level crossed 110% of full load.
Unsynchronized: The sources are out of phase-synchronized window.
Load on S1:
Source –1 is feeding the load.
Load on S2:
Source –2 is feeding the load.
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1.5 Manual Bypass Switch Operation
BYPASS ON S1 SOURCE
YELLOW LED
(LOAD ON S1)
OUTPUT
YELLOW LED
(LOAD ON S2)
BYPASS ON S2 SOURCE
Fig 1.5 – Manual Bypass Switch Operation
Manual Bypass switch is used only when a fault occurs in the Network Power Switch and the control circuitry of the
Network Power Switch is to be checked. For doing this operation the load is connected to the bypass. For Normal
Operation, the position of the switch should be at Network Power Switch output position (i.e. horizontal)
If the load is to be fed through the source 1 Bypass, first it is to be unlocked and the knob should be rotated
upwards. To feed through source 2 bypass the knob is to be rotated downward.
A mechanical interlocking arrangement is provided on this Bypass switch, by which the Hot swappable unit can be
removed only when load is connected to bypass. In normal operation when the load is connected to Network Power
Switch, the Hot swappable unit cannot be removed.
Operating Network Power Switch in Normal Mode (load connected to Network Power Switch output)
•
Unlock the Manual Bypass Switch with the key provided.
•
Depending upon the available healthy source (i.e. either Source-1 or Source-2 ) select it by changing the
Manual Bypass Switch position.
•
Unlock the sliding module
•
Pull out the Hot swappable sliding module out of the Network Power Switch, which contains (SCR
assembly, control circuitry).
Operating Network Power Switch in Bypass mode
•
Insert the Hot swappable module into the Network Power Switch unit
•
Lock the sliding module for preventing its accidental opening.
•
Unlock the Manual Bypass Switch with the key provided
•
Connect the Load output to Network Power Switch by changing the switch position to Network Power
Switch output.
•
Depending on the priority switch, Load will get transferred to source-1, if the priority switch is on source1.
•
The Static Switch output position LED will glow
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1.6 Potential free contacts
The Network Power Switch status can be checked with the 37-pin D-type connector, located on the rear end. This is a
potential free contact, and gives following indications as shown in Table 1-1 –
Table 1-1
Status
Termination available of 37 pin D-type connector
NC
NO
Common
NC
NO
Common
Overload
20
1
2
3
21
19
Priority
23
4
5
6
24
19
S1 Feed
7
25
26
27
8
19
S1 Healthy
28
9
10
11
29
19
S2 Healthy
12
30
31
32
13
19
S2 Feed
33
14
15
16
34
19
Unsynch
17
35
36
37
18
19
The pin details for this connector is shown in fig 1.6
Two potential free contacts indicating Source 1 and Source 2 Healthy conditions are taken from this 37 pin D type
connector and terminated at rear terminal connectors, as shown in figure 1.7.
19 18
17 16
15 14 13
37 36 35 34 33
52
12 11 10
32 31 30
50
29 28
9
8
7
6
27 26 25 24
5
4
3
2
1
23 22 21 20
51
Fig 1.6 – Pin details for 37 pin D-type Connector
O/p Line
Neutral - 2
Neutral - 1
I/p Line - 2
I/p Line - 1
Common
S2 Healthy
S1 Healthy
52 50 51
POTENTIAL
FREE CONTACTS
Input Fuse 2
Input Fuse 1
Rear View
Fig 1.7 – Potential free contacts Connectors
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50 – S2 Healthy
51 – S1 Healthy
52 - Common
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2 Chapter 2 – Operating Instructions
2.1 Introduction
The Network Power Switch can be considered to be in one of the three operating conditions:
•
Normal Operation - All relevant power switches and fuses closed and the Load is connected to Network
Power Switch output
•
Manual Bypass – The load is connected to the input supply directly.
•
Shut down - All power switches are off and load is not operational.
2.2 General Notes
NOTE: All users controls and indicators mentioned in these procedures are identified in chapter1
External Cable
S1 He althy
Common
S2 He althy
O/p Line
Neutral - 2
Neutral - 1
I/p Line - 2
I/p Line - 1
Input Fuse 2
External Cables Potential
Free Contacts
Input Fuse 1
Snap-on
Connector
Earthing
Rear View
Fig 2.1 - Power Connection details for Network Power Switch
2.3 Procedure for Switching the Network Power Switch to power the load from a Power Off
condition
This procedure should be followed when turning on the Network Power Switch from a fully powered down condition
-i.e. when the load is not being initially supplied at all. It is assumed that the installation is complete; the authorized
personnel have commissioned the system.
1.
Select the priority to source1. Close the fuse FS1.
2.
Check for the LED S1 healthy, S1 priority, S1 feed and LED load on source1 to glow.
3.
Close the fuse FS2.
4.
Check for the LED S2 healthy to glow.
5.
Using priority switch transfer the load to source2, check this transfer does not affect the load.
6.
Transfer the load to source 1 again and check this transfer does not affect the load.
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2.4 Switching the Load to Manual Bypass condition
BYPASS ON S1 SOURCE
YELLOW LED
(LOAD ON S1)
OUTPUT
(NOT CONNECTED)
YELLOW LED
(LOAD ON S2)
‘ON’
BYPASS ON S2 SOURCE
(LOAD CONNECTED TO THIS BYPASS)
Fig 2.2 – Switching to Bypass
WARNING
This operation should be performed by Trained personnel only.
SWITCH TO YELLOW LED ‘ON’ POSITION ONLY.
1.
By seeing the LED indication check which source is feeding.
2.
Unlock the Bypass switch lock by the using the key provided.
3.
Rotate the Manual Bypass switch in the direction of the source feeding the load as per the warning given on the
mimic.
4.
Relock the Bypass switch, remove the key and keep it in original place.
2.5 Procedure for switching the Network Power Switch from Manual Bypass condition to
Normal Operation
1.
Unlock the Bypass switch using the key provided.
2.
Rotate the bypass switch knob to the Static switch output position, i.e. horizontal position.
3.
Lock the Bypass Switch, remove the key and keep it in original place.
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3 Chapter 3 – Installation Procedure
3.1 Introduction
WARNING
Do not apply electrical power to the Network Power Switch equipment before the arrival of the
commissioning engineer.
WARNING
The Network Power Switch equipment should be installed by a qualified engineer in accordance with the
information contained in this chapter and the drawing package shipped inside UPS cabinet.
This chapter contains information regarding the positioning and cabling of the Network Power Switch.
Because every site has its peculiarities, it is not the aim of this chapter to provide step-by-step installation
instructions, but to act as a guide to the general procedures and practices that should be observed by the
installing engineer.
3.2 Equipment positioning and environmental considerations
The Network Power Switch cabinets are designed to fit in standard 19-inch rack. In case of non-availability, it can be
kept on floor or as a tabletop item, with sufficient ground clearance.
The super switch module should be located in a cool, dry, clean environment with adequate ventilation to keep the
ambient temperature within the specified operating range.
WARNING
The Network Power Switch cabinet is connected with live voltages,
hence it should be located at safe place.
Before Installing, the ‘Transit Clamps’ are to be removed as shown in the figure 3.1. Without removing the clamps, the
Hotswap unit cannot be opened.
Fig 3.1 – Removal of Transit Clamps
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3.3 Connecting cables to Network Power Switch
WARNING
BEFORE CABLING-UP THE NETWORK POWER SWITCH, ENSURE THAT YOU ARE AWARE OF
THE LOCATION AND OPERATION OF THE EXTERNAL ISOLATORS THAT CONNECT THE
NETWORK POWER SWITCH INPUT SUPPLY TO THE MAINS DISTRIBUTION PANEL.
CHECK THAT THESE SUPPLIES ARE ELECTRICALLY ISOLATED, AND POST ANY NECESSARY
WARNING SIGNS TO PREVENT THEIR INADVERTENT OPERATION.
3.3.1
Cable entry
Cable enter the Network Power Switch cabinet, from the rear side as shown in figure 3.2. The cables are terminated on
the connectors and fuses.
3.3.2
Cable Rating
Following are the recommended cable size for 6kVA Network Power Switch –
Table 3-1
Description
Input Cables
Output Cables
Earthing
Max. Current rating (Amp)
25
25
-
PVC cable (sq.mm)
4
4
2.5
Note:
These recommendations are for guideline purposes only and may be superseded by local regulations and codes
of practices.
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3.3.3
Cable connections
Following are the set of external power cables, which are connected to the Network Power Switch equipment –
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Input source 1 – Line
Input source 2 – Line
Input source 1 – Neutral
Input source 2 – Neutral
Output – Line
Output – Neutral
Earthing
These cables are connected to the terminals on rear side of the equipment as shown in fig 3.2
External Cable
S1 Healthy
Common
S2 Healthy
O/p Line
Neutral - 2
Neutral - 1
I/p Line - 2
I/p Line - 1
Input Fuse 2
External Cables Potential
Free Contacts
Input Fuse 1
Snap-on
Connector
Earthing
Fig 3.2 – External Power Cables
3.3.4
Safety earth
The safety earth busbar is provided on the rear side of equipment .The safety earth cable must be connected to this
busbar.
WARNING
FAILURE TO FOLLOW ADEQUATE EARTHING PROCEDURES CAN RESULT IN ELECTRIC
SHOCK HAZARD TO PERSONNEL, OR THE RISK OF FIRE, SHOULD AN EARTH FAULT OCCUR.
3.3.5
Protective devices
The input to Network Power Switch should be given through a 32 amp, 2pole ELCB for safe operation.
3.3.6
Cabling Procedure
The external power cables should be connected to the terminals as shown in fig 3.2. Proper termination labels are
provided near each connector for ease of cabling.
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4 Chapter 4 - Specifications
4.1 General Specifications
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Manual and Automatic Transfers
Sense and transfer time – less than 6 milliseconds
Break-Before make switching
Selectable preferred source
Selectable auto/manual retransfer
In-phase transfer window – adjustable from 5 ± 1°
Convection cooling
Hot swappable electronic static switching module
Live mimic on Hot swappable unit for indicating load supply status & alarms
Make before break manual bypass switch to transfer load from static switch to direct source 1 or source 2
4.2 Electrical Specifications
ELECTRICAL
CHARACTERISTICS
UNITS
DESCRIPTION
Nominal Input Voltage
Volts
Nominal Output current
Amps
110, 115 or 120 volts singe phase, 3W+G, 50 Hz. Solidly grounded
power sources
25
Frequency
Source unhealthy status
-
50 / 60
Guaranteed Transfer to alternate source within –15 % of Vnominal
Load Power factor range
-
0.5 to unity leading or lagging
Load Crest factor
-
upto 3.5
In-Phase transfer window
-
Adjustable from 5 ± 1º
Source voltage distortion
%
up to 10% THD
Overload capability
%
125% of continuous current for 2 hrs, 1000% for two cycles minimum.
Over current Protection
-
By semi conductor fuse
Short circuit withstand
capability
Amps
upto 20,000 symmetrical amps, protected by internal fusing.
Redundant Control Power
supplies
-
taken from available source 1 and source 2
Integral Maintenance Bypass
-
Make before break operation
Alarm contacts
-
Unsynchronised transfer
Hz
Eight Isolated Normally Open alarm & static switch Status contacts.
6 milllisec for synchronized transfer and 16 millisec for unsynchronized
transfer.
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4.3 Mechanical specifications
MECHANICAL
CHARACTERISTICS
UNITS
DESCRIPTION
Height
mm
88.0
Width
mm
431.0
Depth
mm
457.0
Weight
kg
8.0
Colour
Matt Black
Installation
Cable entry
19” Rack Mounted / floor / table top
-
Ingress Protection
Rear side
IP41
4.4 Environmental specifications
ENVIRONMENTAL
CHARACTERISTICS
UNITS
DESCRIPTION
Heat dissipation
W
75
Storage temp. range
°C
-40 to 60°C
Operating temp. range
°C
0 to 40°C
Relative humidity
%
0 to 95%
Operating altitude
m
Upto 1500m (5,000 ft)
Storage / Transport Altitude
m
Upto 12000m (40,000 ft)
Audible Noise
db
< 45 db at 1.5 m
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5
Installation Drawings
5.1.1
Power Circuit Diagram
5.1.2
External Power cable connections
5.1.3
Overall general arrangement
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Power Circuit Diagram
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External Power cable connections
External Cable
S1 He althy
Comm on
S2 He althy
Input Fuse 2
O/p Line
Neutral - 2
Neutral - 1
I/p Line - 2
I/p Line - 1
5.1.2
External Cables Potential
Free Contacts
Input Fuse 1
Snap-on
Connector
Earthing
Rear View
EXTERNAL POWER CABLE CONNECTIONS
NETWORK POWER SWITCH
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5.1.3
Overall general arrangement
76 mm
88 mm
457 mm
431 mm
Liebert NPS
HOT
SWAP
Networ k Power Switc h
465 mm
483 mm
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