DPA UPSCALE RI (Rack-Indipendent) Technical Specifications

DPA UPSCALETM RI
(Rack-Indipendent)
Technical Specifications
DPA UPScale™ highlights at a glance
 DPA UPScale™ with Safe-Swap
Modules (SSM)
For premium power protection availability
 Low total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
Cost saving during entire life-cycle
 Flexibility/Scalability
Ease of power upgrade, pay as you grow
 Enhanced Serviceability
Rapid fault recovery
Safe-Swap modular
power protection
Power range: 10-80kW per rack
Specifications are subject to change without notice
Edition 29.09.2011
Section-10
TABLE OF CONTENTS
10.1
DPA UPScale RI SYSTEM DESCRIPTION ...............................................................................................3
10.2
TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS DPA UPScale RI ...............................................................................4
10.2.1 MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS DPA UPScale RI (Rack Independent) Subracks ........................4
10.3
INPUT CHARACTERISTICS ......................................................................................................................6
10.3.1 GRAPH: INPUT PF VERSUS % LOAD..................................................................................................6
10.3.2 GRAPH: INPUT DISTORTION THDI VERSUS % LOAD.......................................................................7
10.4
BATTERY CHARACTERISTICS................................................................................................................7
10.5
OUTPUT CHARACTERISTICS ..................................................................................................................8
10.5.1 GRAPH: AC – AC EFFICIENCY with Linier load @ cosphi 1 ................................................................8
10.5.2 GRAPH: Output Power in KW and KVA VERSUS cosphi.....................................................................9
10.6
ENVIRONMENTAL CHARACTERISTICS ...............................................................................................10
10.7
STANDARDS............................................................................................................................................10
10.8
COMMUNICATION ...................................................................................................................................11
10.8.1 POWER MANAGEMENT DISPLAY (PMD)..........................................................................................11
10.8.2 MIMIC DIAGRAM..................................................................................................................................11
10.8.3 DISPLAY ...............................................................................................................................................11
10.8.4 CUSTOMER INTERFACES Terminals X1…X2 ..................................................................................12
10.8.5 CUSTOMER INPUTS DRY PORTs: Terminal block X2.......................................................................12
10.8.6 CUSTOMER OUTPUTS DRY PORTs : Terminal blocks X1...............................................................12
10.9
OPTIONS ..................................................................................................................................................13
10.9.1 SNMP card / WaveMon Management Software ..................................................................................13
10.10 BATTERY AUTONOMIES........................................................................................................................13
10.10.1
Examples of Internal Battery Autonomy of DPA UPScale RI 11, RI 12, RI 22 , RI 24.....................13
10.11 INSTALLATION PLANNING ....................................................................................................................14
10.11.1
HEAT DISSIPATION PER MODULE WITH NON-LINEAR LOAD...................................................14
10.12 WIRING AND BLOCK DIAGRAMS FOR ALL FRAMES AND MODULES.............................................15
10.12.1
TERMINAL CONNECTIONS OVERVIEW .......................................................................................15
10.12.2
SINGLE FEED INPUT ......................................................................................................................16
10.12.3
SINGLE FEED INPUT / Cable Sections...........................................................................................16
10.12.4
DUAL FEED INPUT..........................................................................................................................17
10.12.5
Dual FEED INPUT / Cable Sections.................................................................................................17
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10.1 DPA UPScale RI SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
In environments that demand zero downtime, continuous power protection availability is essential. In order to
respond to today’s dynamic IT and process-related environments that experience daily change through new server
technologies, migration and centralization, resilient and easily adaptable power protection concepts are required.
DPA UPScale is the foundation for continuous power protection availability of network-critical infrastructures in
enterprise data centers where business continuity has paramount importance and in process control environment
where manufacturing continuity is essential.
NEWAVE DPA UPScale’s is a third generation high-power-density (HPD), leading-edge double-conversion power
protection technology that has standardized on a modular component approach which helps speed deployment,
improve adaptability and increase system availability while reducing total cost of ownership.
DPA UPScale’s is a unique on-demand architecture that integrates the power rack, power distribution unit, back-up
battery rack and monitoring and management solutions to allow easy selection of optimized configurations.
DPA UPScale’s (Distributed Parallel Architecture) provides highest availability, unmatched flexibility and at the
same time lowest cost of ownership in IT environments.
This Technical Specification provides detailed technical information on the mechanical, electrical and
environmental performance of the DPA UPScale model types that can support to give answers to tender and enduser requirements. The DPA UPScale family was designed to respond to the most stringent safety, EMC and other
important UPS standards. DPA UPScale family is offered in two types of solutions:
DPA UPScale RI is a rack independent modular design offering 7-types of Rack Independent Subracks. Those can
accommodate DPA UPScale Rack based Modules for a wide range of power requirements:
DPA UPScale RI (rack independent) Subracks:
 DPA UPScale RI 10 (20kW)
 DPA UPScale RI 11 (20kW)
 DPA UPScale RI 12 (20kW)
 DPA UPScale RI 20 (40kW)
 DPA UPScale RI 22 (40kW)
 DPA UPScale RI 24 (40kW)
 DPA UPScale RI 40 (80kW)
DPA UPScale Modules types:
UPScale M 10 (kW)
UPScale M 20 (kW)
Key Features of DPA UPScale RI:

Highest Availability
Modular, Decentralized Parallel Architecture (DPA)
Near-zero down time

High Power Density (up to 122kW / m2),
Small Footprint
Space-saving of expensive floor space

Unity Output Power Factor
Full power for loads with unity PF
No de-rating for loads with Unity PF

Highest Efficiency even with partial loads
Efficiency = 94.5 - 95.5% for loads 25-100%
Energy cost saving during UPS-life-cycle
(depending on Module power and type of load)

Very low input current distortion THDi
THDi = < 3@ 100 % load
Gen-set power and installation cost saving
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10.2 TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS DPA UPScale RI
10.2.1 MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS DPA UPScale RI (Rack Independent) Subracks
DPA UPScale RI
UPScale RI 10
UPScale RI 11
UPScale RI 12
1 module (10 or 20kW)
with 40 x 7/9Ah batteries
1 module (10 or 20kW)
With 80 x 7/9Ah batteries
DPA UPScale RI Subrack
Configuration
accommodates:
Max.
1 module (10 or 20kW)
Max. Subrack connection
kW
20
20
20
Dimensions (WxHxD)
mm
448x310x565 (7 HU)
448x487x735 (11 HU)
448x665x735 (15 HU)
kg
20
40
56
kg
39 up to 42
(with 1 Module)
59 up to 62
(with 1 Module)
75 up to 78
(with 1 Module)
UPScale RI 20
UPScale RI 22
UPScale RI 24
2 modules (10 or 20kW)
2 modules (10 or 20kW)
with 80 x 7/9Ah batteries
2 modules (10 or 20kW)
with 160 x 7/9Ah batteries
kW
40
40
40
mm
448x440x565 (10 HU)
448x798x735 (18 HU)
448x1153x735 (26 HU)
kg
25
66
93
kg
44 up to 47
(with 2 Modules)
104 up to 110
(with 2 Modules)
131 up to 137
(with 2 Modules)
Weight of Empty Frame
w/o modules and
w/o batteries
Weight of Frame with
modules and w/o batteries
DPA UPScale RI
DPA UPScale RI Subrack
Configuration
accommodates:
Max. Subrack connection
Dimensions (WxHxD)
Weight of Empty Frame
w/o modules and
w/o batteries
Weight of Frame with
modules and w/o batteries
Max.
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UPScale RI 40
DPA UPScale RI
DPA UPScale RI Subrack
Configuration
accommodates:
Max. Subrack connection
Dimensions (WxHxD)
Weight of Empty Frame
w/o modules and
w/o batteries
Weight of Frame with
modules and w/o batteries
Max.
4 modules (10 or 20kW)
kW
80
mm
448x798x735 (18 HU)
kg
50
kg
124 up to 136
(with 4 Modules)
MODULES
UPScale M 10
UPScale M 20
Output Active Rated Power
KW
10
20
Variable Number of 12V
Battery Blocks
No.
20-50 *1)
30-50 *1)
Dimensions (WxHxD)
Weight UPS Module
Colors
mm
kg
448 (488) x 132 x 540
(3 HU)
18.6
21.5
Front : RAL 9005
Note : * 1) Depending of the effective load in kW used by the module (see chapter 10.5 Battery characteristics)
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10.3 INPUT CHARACTERISTICS
Module Range
UPScale M 10 or M 20
Module Type
UPScale M 10
UPScale M 20
10
10
20
20
kVA
KW
Output Rated Power per Module cosφ 0.8
Output Rated Power per Module cosφ 1.0
Nominal Input Voltage
V
Input Voltage Tolerance
(ref to 3x400/230V) for Loads in %:
V
Input Frequency
Hz
3x380/220V+N, 3x400V/230V+N, 3x415/240V+N
(-23%/+15%) 3x308/177 V to 3x460/264 V for <100 % load
(-30%/+15%) 3x280/161 V to 3x460/264 V for < 80 % load
(-40%/+15%) 3x240/138 V to 3x460/264 V for < 60 % load
35 – 70
PF=0.99 @ 100 % load
Input Power Factor
A
Inrush Current
max. In
Sine-wave THDi = < 3 % @ 100% load
Input Distortion THDI
Max. Input Power with rated output
power and charged battery per Module
kW
10.5
21
A
15.2
30.4
kW
11.5
23
A
16.6
33.3
(output Cosφ = 1.0)
Max. Input Current with rated output
power and charged battery per Module
(output Cosφ = 1.0)
Max. Input Power with rated output power
and discharged battery per Module
(output Cosφ = 1.0)
Max. Input Current with rated output power
and discharged battery per Module
(output Cosφ = 1.0)
10.3.1 GRAPH:
INPUT PF VERSUS % LOAD
Input power factor versus load (Leading)
Input power factor
1
0.96
0.8
0.985
0.99
0.99
0.6
0.4
0.2
0
25
50
75
100
load %
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10.3.2 GRAPH:
INPUT DISTORTION THDI VERSUS % LOAD
Input Current Distortion THDi
6.0
5.5
%
4.5
Input THDi
5.0
4.0
4.0
3.7
3.5
3.4
3.0
3.0
2.5
2.0
1.5
25
50
75
100
Load %
10.4 BATTERY CHARACTERISTICS
Module Range
UPScale M 10 or M 20
Module Type
Variable Number of 12V Battery Blocks
Maximum Battery Charger Current
Battery Charging Curve
UPScale M 10
UPScale M 20
No.
20-50 *1)
30-50 *1)
A
4A
(optional 6 A)
4A
(optional 6 A)
Ripple free ; IU (DIN 41773)
Temperature compensation
Standard (temp. sensor optional)
Battery Test
Automatic and periodically (adjustable)
Battery Type
Maintenance free VRLA or NiCd
Note : * 1) Depending of the effective load in kW used by the module (see table below)
Description
Number of battery blocks
Max. Power in KW
Max. autonomy (min.)
20
6
5
UPScale Module M 10
24
28
30
34-50
8
8
10
10
5
5
5
999
30
12
5
UPScale Module M 20
34
36
40
40
48-50
12
16
20
16
20
999
5
5
999
999
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10.5 OUTPUT CHARACTERISTICS
Module Range
UPScale
Module Type
M 10 or M 20
UPScale M 10
Output Rated Power per Module cosphi 0.8
Output Rated Power per Module cosphi 1.0
Output Current In @ cosphi 1.0 (400 V)
Output Rated Voltage
kVA
KW
A
V
Output Voltage Stability
%
Output Voltage Distortion
%
Output Frequency
Hz
Output Frequency Tolerance
%
Bypass operation
Permissible Unbalanced Load
%
(All 3 phases regulated independently)
Phase Angle Tolerance
Deg.
(With 100 % Unbalanced load)
UPScale M 20
10
20
10
20
14.5
29
3x380/220V or 3x400/230V or 3x415/240V
Static:
< +/- 1%
Dynamic (Step load 0%-100% or 100%-0%)
< +/- 4%
With Linear Load
< 1.5%
With Non-linear Load (EN62040-3:2001)
< 3%
50 Hz or 60 Hz
Synchronized with mains
< +/- 2 %
(selectable for bypass operation)
or < +/- 4 %
Free running
+/- 0.1 %
At Nominal Input voltage of 3x400 V
+/- 15%
or 190 V to 264 V ph-N
100%
+/- 0 deg.
Overload Capability on Inverter
%
125 % load
150 % load
Output short capability (RMS)
A
Inverter :
Bypass :
10 min.
60 sec.
3 x In during 40 ms
10 x In during 20 ms
Crest - Factor
3:1
10.5.1 GRAPH:
AC – AC EFFICIENCY with Linier load @ cosphi 1
Efficiency up to 1 % higher with output PF cosphi 0.8
Details refer to paragraph 10.7 Environmental Characteristics
%
100
Linear Load (cosphi=1)
95
90
94.5
85
80
95
95.5
95.5
UPS Module 10/20kW
75
70
25
50
75
100
Load %
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10.5.2 GRAPH:
Output Power in KW and KVA VERSUS cosphi
22.0
21.0
20.0
19.0
18.0
17.0
16.0
15.0
14.0
13.0
12.0
11.0
10.0
9.0
8.0
7.0
UPSCALE 10 (kW)
6.0
5.0
4.0
UPSCALE 10 (kVA)
UPSCALE 20 (kW)
UPSCALE 20 (kVA)
3.0
2.0
1.0
0.0
0.90
0.95
1.00
0.95
UPScale Module
M 10
Ind.
cosφ
0.9
0.95
unity 1
0.95
0.9
0.85
0.8
0.75
0.7
0.6
0.90
0.85
0.80
0.75
0.70
0.60
UPScale Module
M 20
kW
kVA
kW
9
9.5
10
10
9
8.5
8
7.5
7
6
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
18
19
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
12
kVA
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
X
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10.6 ENVIRONMENTAL CHARACTERISTICS
UPScale M 10or M 20
Module Range
Module Type
Audible Noise with 100% / 50% Load
UPScale M 10
UPScale M 20
55 / 49
57 / 49
dBA
Operation temperature
°C
0 – 40
Ambient Temperature for Batteries (recommended)
°C
20 – 25
Storage Temperature
°C
-25 - +70
Battery Storage Time at Ambient Temperature
Max. 6 months
Max. altitude (above sea level)
m
1000m (3300ft) without de-rating
Meter above sea level (m / ft)
De-Rating Factor for Power
1500 / 4850
2000 / 6600
2500 / 8250
3000 / 9900
0.95
0.91
0.86
0.82
De-rating factor for use at altitudes above 1000m sea
level according
( IEC 62040-3)
Max. 95% (non-condensing)
Relative Air-humidity
Accessibility
Totally front accessibility for service and
maintenance
Rear access is needed for cable connections
Positioning
Min. 900 mm rear space
Input and Output Power Cabling
From the rear
Efficiency AC-AC up to (at cosphi 1.0)
(depending on Module power)
%
Efficiency with Linear Load at cosφ =0.8ind
Efficiency Non-linear Load (EN 62040-1-1:2003)
Load
M 20
M 10
:
:
:
100 %
95.5%
95.5%
75 %
95.5%
95.5%
50%
95%
95%
25%
94.5%
94.5%
Typically up to 1 % higher of above values
Typically up to 1 % lower of above values
Eco-Mode efficiency at 100% load
%
98 %
10.7 STANDARDS
Safety
Electromagnetic Compatibility
EMC Classification for
EN 62040-1-1, EN 60950-1
EN 61000-6-4 Prod.standard: EN 62040-2
EN 61000-6-2 Prod.standard: EN 62040-2
EN 61000-4-2, EN 61000-4-3 - EN 61000-4-4 - EN 61000-4-5 - EN 61000-4-6
M 10
M 20
Emission Class
C2
C2
Immunity Class
C3
C3
Performance
EN62040-3
Product certification
CE
Degree of protection
IP 20
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10.8 COMMUNICATION
Power Management Display (PMD)
1 LCD display for each module
RJ45 Plug (Not used)
RJ45 Plug (for future options)
Customer Interfaces : Outputs
DRY PORT X 2
5 voltage free contacts
For remote signaling and automatic computer shutdown
Customer Interfaces : Inputs
DRY PORT X1
1 x Remote Shut down [EMERGENCY OFF (Normally closed)]
2 x Programmable Customer’s Inputs
(1st default as GEN-ON (Normally open)
(2nd free Programmable Customer’s Inputs (Normally open)
1 x Temp. Sensor for Battery Control
1 x 12 Vdc output (max. 200mA)
Serial ports RS232 on Sub-D9
1 x system frame
For monitoring and integration in network management
USB
1x For monitoring and software management
Slot for SNMP
SNMP card (optional)
For monitoring and integration in network management
Slot for Newavewatch TM
Newavewatch TM card (optional) for Premium Power Protection
10.8.1 POWER MANAGEMENT DISPLAY (PMD)
The user-friendly PMD consists of three parts the MIMIC DIAGRAM, CONTROL KEYS and LCD that provides the
necessary monitoring information about the UPS.
10.8.2 MIMIC DIAGRAM
The mimic diagram serves to give the general status of the UPS. The LED-indicators show the power flow status
and in the event of mains failure or load transfer from inverter to bypass and vice-versa the corresponding LEDindicators will change color from green (normal) to red (warning). The LED’s LINE 1 (rectifier) and LINE 2 (bypass)
indicate the availability of the mains power supply. The LED’s INVERTER and BYPASS if green indicate which of
the two are supplying power to the critical load. When the LED-indicator BATTERY is lit it means that the battery
due to mains failure is supplying the load. The LED-indicator ALARM is a visual indication of any internal or
external alarm condition. At the same time the audible alarm will be activated.
10.8.3 DISPLAY
The 2 x 20 character LCD simplifies the communication with the UPS. The menu driven LCD enables the access to
the EVENT REGISTER, or to monitor the input and output U, I, f, P, Autonomy Time and other Measurement’s, to
perform commands like start-up and shut-down of INVERTER or load transfer from INVERTER to BYPASS and
vice-versa and finally it serves for the DIAGNOSIS (SERVICE MODE) for adjustments and testing (for more details
see the USER MANUAL of DPA UPScaleTM).
Power Management Display (PMD)
of DPA UPScale™
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10.8.4 CUSTOMER INTERFACES
Terminals X1…X2
10.8.5 CUSTOMER INPUTS DRY PORTs:
Terminal block X2
Connection of Remote Shut down facilities, Generator Operation, Customers specials
(see UM Section 9 / OPTIONS)
10.8.6 CUSTOMER OUTPUTS DRY PORTs : Terminal blocks X1
Provision of signals for the automatic and orderly shutdown of servers, AS400 or Automation building systems
All voltage free contacts are rated 60 VAC max. and 500 mA max.:
All the interfaces are connected to Phoenix Spring terminals with wires : 0.5 mm2
Block Terminal Contact
X2
X1
X2 / 1
NO
X2 / 2
NC
X2 / 3
C
X2 / 4
NO
X2 / 5
NC
X2 / 6
C
X2 / 7
NO
X2 / 8
NC
X2 / 9
C
X2 / 10
NO
X2 / 11
NC
X2 / 12
C
X2 / 13
NO
X2 / 14
NC
X2 / 15
C
Signal
On Display
Function
MAINS_OK
Mains Present
ALARM
Mains Failure
Common
LOAD_ON_INV
Message
Load on Inverter
(Load on Mains bypass)
Common
BATT_LOW
ALARM
Battery Low
Battery OK
Common
LOAD_ON_MAINS
Message
Load on bypass (Mains)
(Load on Inverter)
Common
COMMON_ALARM
ALARM
Common Alarm (System)
NO Alarm Condition
Common
X1 / 1
IN
X1 / 2
GND
X1 / 3
IN
X1 / 4
GND
X1 / 5
IN
X1 / 6
GND
X1 / 7
IN
X1 / 8
GND
X1 / 9
IN
X1 / 10
GND
+ 12Vdc
Customer IN 1 (default as Generator Operation )
GND
(NC = Generator ON)
+ 12Vdc
Customer IN 2
GND
(Function on request, to be defined)
+ 3.3Vdc
Temperature Battery
(If connected , the battery charger current if depending of the battery
GND
temp.)
+ 12Vdc
Remote Shut down
(Do not remove the factory mounted bridge until external Remote Shut
GND
down is connected)
+ 12Vdc
12 Vdc sourse
GND
(max. 200 mA load)
Phoenix Spring Terminals (X1…X2) Connection
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10.9 OPTIONS
- Modem/Ethernet card or Modem/GSM card for NewavewatchTM Management Software
- SNMP card and WaveMon Management Software , Modbus Protocol
- External Battery Cabinets
- In/Output Transformator for special voltages on request
- Temp. sensor for battery temp. control
10.9.1 SNMP card / WaveMon Management Software
The Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is a worldwide-standardized communication-protocol. It is used
to monitor any device in the network via simple control language. The UPS-Management Software WaveMon also
provides its data in this SNMP format with its internal software agent. The operating system you are using must
support the SNMP protocol. We offer our WaveMon software with SNMP functionality for Novell, OS/2, all Windows
running on INTEL and ALPHA, DEC VMS, Apple.
Two types of SNMP interfaces with identical functionality are available: an external SNMP-Adapter (Box) and an
internal SNMP-Card. Both can manage a parallel system (N modules) and return either global values - which are
consistent for the whole parallel system - or specific values from the single modules.
UPS
External SNMP-Adapter
9
Ethernet
Internal SNMP-Card
10.10 BATTERY AUTONOMIES
10.10.1 Examples of Internal Battery Autonomy of DPA UPScale RI 11, RI 12, RI 22 , RI 24
Module Type
Internal Separate Battery configuration
Frame Type
UPScale RI 11
max. 40 blocks
1 modules ONLY
UPScale RI 22
max. 80 blocks
1 modules ONLY
UPScale RI 22
max. 80 blocks
up to 2 modules
UPScale RI 22
With 2 Modules
Module need at least 48 blocks for full power
or minimum 40 blocks for 16kW
Battery Autonomy in (min.) per Module
Separate Battery / Module
8kW
10kW
12kW
(1x40)x7Ah / Module
8
6
5
(1x50)x7Ah / Module
11
8.
7
(1x40)x7Ah / Module
8
6
5
Internal Common Battery configuration
With 1 Module
UPScale M 20
UPScale M 10
16kW
20KW
4
Battery Autonomy in (min.) for Tot. System Power
1 x UPScale M 10
Module Type
1 x UPScale M 20
8kW
10kW
12kW
16kW
20KW
1x (2x40)x7Ah
21
15
12
8
5
Module Type
2 x UPScale M 10
Total System Power
2 x UPScale M 20
16kW
20kW
24kW
UPScale RI 22
1x (2x40)x7Ah
8
6
5
UPScale RI 24
2x (2x40)x7Ah
21
16
13
Total System Power
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40kW
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10.11 INSTALLATION PLANNING
Clearances
Minimum
X
X
Y
900mm
900 mm
Open
Doors
X
Battery
Cabinet
UPS
Frames
Open
Doors
Y
Open Doors
UPS
Frames
Y
Open Doors
Figure 1: UPS space recommendation
Figure 2 : : UPS + Battery space recommendation
Totally front accessibility for service and maintenance
Rear access is needed for cable connections
Accessibility
Input and Output Power Cabling
From the rear
10.11.1 HEAT DISSIPATION PER MODULE WITH NON-LINEAR LOAD
UPScale
Module Range
Module Type
M 10or M 20
UPScale M 10
UPScale M 20
Heat Dissipation with 100% Non-linear
Load per Module (EN 62040-1-1:2003)
W
550
1100
Heat Dissipation with 100% Non-linear
Load per Module (EN 62040-1-1:2003)
BTU/h
1887
3754
m3/h
150
150
W
120
150
Airflow (25° - 30°C) with Non-linear Load
per Module (EN 62040-1-1:2003)
Dissipation at no load
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10.12 WIRING AND BLOCK DIAGRAMS FOR ALL FRAMES AND MODULES
The customer has to supply the wiring to connect the UPS to the local power source. The installation inspection
and initial start up of the UPS and extra battery cabinet must be carried out by a qualified service personnel such
as a licensed service engineer from the manufacturer or from an agent authorized by the manufacturer.
More details and procedure are mentioned in the user manual.
10.12.1 TERMINAL CONNECTIONS OVERVIEW
FRAME TYPE
Terminals (T)
Connection Bar (B)
Battery Earth
PE
UPScale
RI10/11/12
16/25mm (T)
UPScale
RI20/22/24
16/25mm (T)
2
2
UPScale RI40
Separate. Battery
(+ / N / - )
Input
(+ / N / - )
2
Input Bypass
Input Rectifier
Output load
3+N
3+N+PE
3+N+PE
2
5 x 10/16 mm (T)
2
5 x 16/25 mm (T)
3 x 10/16mm (T)
-
4 x 10/16 mm (T)
2x
2
(3 x 10/16mm ) (T)
3 x M5 (B)
4 x 16/25 mm (T)
4x
2
(3 x 10/16mm ) (T)
3 x M6 (B)
3 x 50 mm (T)
2
+ N 70/95 mm
(T)
2
2
50 mm (T)
UPScale RI 10, RI 11, RI 12
(on rear site)
Batt.
Common
Battery
Output
2
2
5 x 10/16 mm (T)
2
5 x 16/25 mm (T)
3 x 50 mm (T)
2
+ N 70/95 mm (T)
2
+PE 50 mm (T)
2
2
2
3 x 50 mm (T)
2
+ N 70/95 mm (T)
2
+PE 50 mm (T)
UPScale RI 20, RI 22, RI 24
(on rear site)
Batt.
Input
Output
UPScale RI 40
(on rear site)
Batt.
Input
Output
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10.12.2 SINGLE FEED INPUT
Cable Sections and Fuse Ratings recommended. Alternatively, local standards to be respected
STANDARD VERSION (SINGLE FEED INPUT)
MAINS 3x400/230V
F1 F2
UPS module 1
F1 F2
Rectifier
Cable E
Fuse
E
Inverter
Rectifier
Inverter
Static Switch
Frame
UPS module 5
Fuse
Cable A
Static Switch
M1
M2
Maintenance Bypass IA1
Cable D
Load 3x400/230 V
10.12.3 SINGLE FEED INPUT / Cable Sections
Output 3x400V/230V
@ cosphi 1.0
Input 3x400V/230V
Enclosure
type
Upscale RI
Upscale RI
Upscale RI
Upscale RI
Upscale RI
Upscale RI
Upscale RI
10
11
12
20
22
24
40
Battery
2
Load
in KW
20
20
20
40
40
40
80
Fuse A
(Agl/CB)
3x40A
3x40A
3x40A
3x80A
3x80A
3x80A
3x160A
Cable A
2
(mm )
(IEC 609501:2001)
5x6
5x6
5x6
5x16
5x16
5x16
5x50
Max. Input Current
with battery
charging (A)
27
27
27
68
68
68
136 A
Cable D
2
(mm )
(IEC 609501:2001)
5x6
5x6
5x6
5x16
5x16
5x16
5x50
I nom
(A)
29 A
29 A
29 A
58 A
58 A
58 A
116 A
Fuse E
+/N/(Agl/CB)
3x63A
3x63A
3x63A
3x100A *1
3x100A *1
3x100A *1
3x224A*1
Cable E (mm )
Only for external Batteries
+/N/Com.
Battery
3x10
3x10
3x10
3x25 *1
3x25 *1
3x25 *1
3x95 *1
Sep. Battery
2x(3x10)
2x(3x10)
2x(3x10)
4x (3x10)
*1 only valid for common battery use
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10.12.4 DUAL FEED INPUT
Cable Sections and Fuse Ratings recommended. Alternatively, local standards to be respected
Fuse C
Cable C
Fuse B
Cable B
F1 F2
Inverter
UPS module 5
UPS module 1
F1 F2
Rectifier
Cable E
Fuse
E
VERSION (DUAL FEED INPUT)
MAINS 3x400/230V
Rectifier
Inverter
Static Switch
Static Switch
Frame
M2
M1
Maintenance Bypass IA1
Cable D
10.12.5 Dual FEED INPUT / Cable Sections
Enclosure
type
Upscale RI
Upscale RI
Upscale RI
Upscale RI
Upscale RI
Upscale RI
Upscale RI
10
11
12
20
22
24
40
Output
3x400V/230V
@ cosphi 1.0
Bypass
3x400V/230V
Input 3x400V/230V
Battery
2
Load
in KW
20
20
20
40
40
40
80
Fuse B
(Agl/CB)
3x40A
3x40A
3x40A
3x80A
3x80A
3x80A
3x160A
Cable B
2
(mm )
(IEC 609501:2001)
5x6
5x6
5x6
5x16
5x16
5x16
5x50
Max. Input
Current
with battery
charging
(A)
Fuse C
(Agl/CB)
27
27
27
68
68
68
136 A
3x40A
3x40A
3x40A
3x80A
3x80A
3x80A
3x160A
Cable C
2
(mm )
Cable D
2
(mm )
(IEC
609501:2001)
(IEC
609501:2001)
I nom
4x6
4x6
4x6
4x16
4x16
4x16
4x50
5x6
5x6
5x6
5x16
5x16
5x16
5x50
29 A
29 A
29 A
58 A
58 A
58 A
116 A
Fuse E
+/N/(Agl/CB)
3x63A
3x63A
3x63A
3x100A *1
3x100A *1
3x100A *1
3x224A*1
Cable E (mm )
Only for external
Batteries
+/N/Com.
Battery
Sep.
Battery
3x10
3x10
3x10
3x25 *1
3x25 *1
3x25 *1
3x95 *1
2x(3x10)
2x(3x10)
2x(3x10)
4x (3x10)
*1 only valid for common battery use
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