CE-P 2.5 12
Battery charger / Power Supply
Installation and User Guide
The CE-P 2.5 12 charger is designed to charge 12 volt batteries having a maximum capacity of 40 Ah or to
maintain the charge of batteries having greater capacity. It guarantees reliable operation and extends the
service life of the batteries connected. The voltage and current of the CE-P 2.5 12 is preset.
It can also be configured in a power supply mode, with an adjustable output voltage from 12 V to 15 V.
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INSTALLATION AND CONNECTION
Respect the
installation direction!
Mounting
possibilities
65 mm
112 mm
106 mm
CE-P
Omega rail
155 mm
or
LED
EC2
2 x M5
Center-to-center
distance
95 mm
EC3
SWITCH
or
EC1
4 x M4
Center-tocenter
distance
95 x 90 mm
F2
ADJUST
FS
Unclip to open
Do not open with open on!
For the specific output voltage settings, indicate the value
in the “SETTINGS” box
Connectors EC1 to EC3 are unpluggable
Capacity of connection terminals: 2.5 mm²
Minimum connection wire size of N-L-PE and+/- terminals: 1.5 mm²
Other terminals: min 0.8 mm²
Check the configuration before turning on power!
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START UP
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Power Supply mode
To use the CE-P as a power supply, use the "adjust" potentiometer to adjust the voltage between 12 and 15
volts. The setting can be written on the cover sticker as a reminder.
▪
Battery charger mode
Settings are pre-defined for Lead Acid Batteries (13.38V). To set for maintenance free lead batteries
(13.65V), turn power off, close the PbO/PbSE switch.
If the desired charging voltage is different from these values, or if a NiCd battery is used, the output voltage
can be set using the "adjust" potentiometer. The setting can be printed on the label. Note: For NickelCadmium (NiCd) batteries, the usual charging voltage is 1.42 V per cells.
CAUTION!
Before powering the unit:
▪ Respect mounting orientation of the product: vertically, connectors at the bottom.
▪ Verify that the vents are not obstructed. 50 mm required above and below unit.
▪ Check that the rated voltage corresponds to the application.
▪ If a specific output voltage is required, check the value on the sticker.
▪ Make sure cover is securely closed
▪ Before connecting the battery, verify polarity.
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ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
BOOST function
To charge the batteries, it may be useful to use the BOOST function to increase the charging voltage for a
few hours. The CE-P features a BOOST function that raises the charging voltage by 3.8 % (PbSE) and by
5.4 % (PbO).
This function is activated by connecting the “BOOST” terminals of connector EC3. The terminal connecting
cable shall not to exceed 2 meters. Normal mode returns when the strap is removed.
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DATA SHEET
Position of the switch
PbO :
PbSE :
Floating
Strap between "BOOST"
13,38V
14,10V
13,65V
14,16V
SPECIFICATIONS
INPUT
OUTPUT
MISCELLANEOUS
ENVIRONMENT
Mains voltages
Input voltage / frequency limits
Input fuse FS
Output fuse F2
Output current limiting
Dwell time on mains outage
Output voltage tolerance
Switching frequency
Ripple voltage peek to peek (< 30MHz)
RMS ripple voltage
Efficiency
Dielectric strength Input / Output
Dielectric strength Input / PE
Dielectric strength Output / PE
Weight
Protection index
Operating / storage temperature
Cooling
Relative humidity
Charger / Power Supply
DBT
STANDARDS
EMC
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208, 220, 230 and 277 Vac
187 Vac → 305 Vac, 47 Hz → 63 Hz
1A Time delay
5 A Time delay
2.5 A ± 5 %
10 ms
± 1%
100 kHz
< 250 mV
< 0.2%
85%
4200 Vdc / 1 min
2800 Vdc / 1 min
800 Vdc / 1 min
0.3 kg
IP 20
-20 °C to +50 °C / -45 °C to +85 °C
Natural convection
< 95 % at 20 °C
NF C 58-311 / EN 61204
NF EN60950-1 §2.10, §5.2, Safety LV
compliant
NF EN 55011 and 55022
NF EN 61000- 3-2
NF EN 61000- 4-2
NF EN 61000- 4-3, 4-4, 4-6
NF EN 61000- 4-5
NF EN 61000- 6-2, 6-4
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
Status
 Green led Mains on,
on
Normal operation
 Green Led No output voltage
off
Output voltage abnormally low,
Charger in operation
The battery is discharged :
Mains present
Charger in operation
Possible causes
Solution
Mains off
Fuse FS blown
Battery completely discharged,
The charger is in current limitation
Check mains and upstream protections.
Replace fuse FS
Charger
voltage
check
with
battery
disconnected (between 12 and 15V)
Wait for the battery full charging (the voltage
must increase progressively).
Check battery status
Check battery connections (+ / - polarities).
Replace fuse F2 (5A-T)
Fuse F2 blown
If the problem remains, call VERTIV maintenance services at +33 472 47 63 80.
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PRODUCT FAMILY
Vertiv Industrial Systems SAS design and manufacture a wide range of battery chargers and power supply
for numerous applications. Visit our web sites, www.vertivco.com, for more information about these products.
Do not hesitate to consult our sales representatives to determine the equipment best adapted for your
needs.
This is a short abstract of our range of products :
Single output
▪
CE-P : from 2.5 to 8 amps at 12 volts, 5 amps at 24 volts, and 2.5 amps at 30 and 48 volts
▪
DELTA : 10 or 20 amps at 12 volts, 10 or 20 amps at 24 volts and 5 or 10 amps at 48 volts
Dual output (battery and load)
▪
Alpha : 900 w and 1800 w at 24 volts, 48 volts, 110 volts, 125 volts and 220 volts
Various optionsare available such as display, remote alarms, batteries, metal housing…
VertivCo.com
30 avenue Montgolfier – BP90
69684 Chassieu
France
Tel: +33 (0)4 72 47 63 77
industrial.power@VertivCo.com
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Version : UK
Date : 02/05/17
Visa : ELA
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