Symmetra PX 20 kW
InfrastruXure 208 V
Installation
01/2016
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Table of Contents
Important Safety Information .....................................................................5
Safety Precautions .....................................................................................6
Electrical Safety....................................................................................8
Battery Safety.......................................................................................9
Specifications ............................................................................................ 11
AC Input Specifications ............................................................................. 11
AC Bypass Specifications ......................................................................... 11
AC Output Specifications .......................................................................... 11
Battery Specifications ...............................................................................12
Heat Dissipation .......................................................................................12
Fuses and Breakers..................................................................................12
Protection Type and Rating..................................................................12
System DC Input Protection.................................................................13
Wiring ................................................................................................13
Wraparound Bypass Configuration / Rating...........................................13
Distribution .........................................................................................13
Recommended Cable Sizes ......................................................................14
Torque Specifications ..........................................................................14
Mechanical Assembly ..............................................................................15
Product Overview .....................................................................................15
Clearance ................................................................................................18
Level the Cabinets ....................................................................................19
Prepare Modular Battery Cabinet for Installation (Option)..................21
Rearrange Side Panels for Line-Up and Match Modular Battery
Cabinets ..................................................................................................21
Prepare for Cables in a Bottom Cable Entry System ....................................22
Prepare for Cables in a Rear Cable Entry System .......................................23
Connect the Input Power Cables ............................................................25
Connect the Output Power Cables in the PDU.....................................29
Connect Battery Cables in the UPS (Option)........................................32
Connect Emergency Power Off (EPO) ..................................................33
Connect Communication Cables ............................................................36
Install Modular Battery Cabinet (Option) ...............................................39
Connect Battery Cables in Modular Battery Cabinet ....................................39
Connect the Battery Cables between the Modular Battery Cabinets..............39
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Important Safety Information
Read these instructions carefully and look at the equipment to become familiar with
it before trying to install, operate, service or maintain it. The following safety
messages may appear throughout this manual or on the equipment to warn of
potential hazards or to call attention to information that clarifies or simplifies a
procedure.
The addition of this symbol to a “Danger” or “Warning” safety
message indicates that an electrical hazard exists which will result in
personal injury if the instructions are not followed.
This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to potential
personal injury hazards. Obey all safety messages with this symbol
to avoid possible injury or death.
DANGER
DANGER indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in
death or serious injury.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
WARNING
WARNING indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in
death or serious injury.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or
equipment damage.
CAUTION
CAUTION indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in
minor or moderate injury.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in injury or equipment
damage.
NOTICE
NOTICE is used to address practices not related to physical injury. The safety
alert symbol shall not be used with this type of safety message.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in equipment damage.
Please Note
Electrical equipment should only be installed, operated, serviced, and maintained
by qualified personnel. No responsibility is assumed by Schneider Electric for any
consequences arising out of the use of this material.
A qualified person is one who has skills and knowledge related to the construction,
installation, and operation of electrical equipment and has received safety training
to recognize and avoid the hazards involved.
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Safety Precautions
DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION, OR ARC FLASH
All safety instructions in this document must be read, understood and followed.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION, OR ARC FLASH
Read all instructions in the Installation Manual before installing or working on this
UPS system.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION, OR ARC FLASH
Do not install the UPS system until all construction work has been completed
and the installation room has been cleaned.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION, OR ARC FLASH
•
The product must be installed according to the specifications and
requirements as defined by Schneider Electric. It concerns in particular the
external and internal protections (upstream breakers, battery breakers,
cabling, etc.) and environmental requirements. No responsibility is assumed
by Schneider Electric if these requirements are not respected.
•
After the UPS system has been electrically wired, do not start up the system.
Startup must only be performed by Schneider Electric.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION, OR ARC FLASH
The UPS System must be installed according to local and national regulations.
Install the UPS according to:
•
IEC 60364 (including 60364–4–41- protection against electric shock, 60364–
4–42 - protection against thermal effect, and 60364–4–43 - protection against
overcurrent), or
•
NEC NFPA 70, or
•
Canadian Electrical Code (C22.1, Part 1)
depending on which one of the standards apply in your local area.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
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DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION, OR ARC FLASH
•
Install the UPS system in a temperature controlled indoor environment free of
conductive contaminants and humidity.
•
Install the UPS system on a non-flammable, level and solid surface (e.g.
concrete) that can support the weight of the system.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION, OR ARC FLASH
The UPS is not designed for and must therefore not be installed in the following
unusual operating environments:
•
Damaging fumes
•
Explosive mixtures of dust or gases, corrosive gases, or conductive or radiant
heat from other sources
•
Moisture, abrasive dust, steam or in an excessively damp environment
•
Fungus, insects, vermin
•
Salt-laden air or contaminated cooling refrigerant
•
Pollution degree higher than 2 according to IEC 60664-1
•
Exposure to abnormal vibrations, shocks, and tilting
•
Exposure to direct sunlight, heat sources, or strong electromagnetic fields
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION, OR ARC FLASH
Do not drill or cut holes for cables or conduits with the gland plates installed and
do not drill or cut holes in close proximity to the UPS.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
WARNING
HAZARD OF ARC FLASH
Do not make mechanical changes to the product (including removal of cabinet
parts or drilling/cutting of holes) that are not described in the Installation Manual.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or
equipment damage.
WARNING
HAZARD OF OVERHEATING
Respect the space requirements around the UPS system and do not cover the
product’s ventilation openings when the UPS system is in operation.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or
equipment damage.
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WARNING
HAZARD OF EQUIPMENT DAMAGE
Do not connect the UPS output to regenerative load systems including
photovoltaic systems and speed drives.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or
equipment damage.
Electrical Safety
DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION OR ARC FLASH
•
Electrical equipment must be installed, operated, serviced, and maintained
only by qualified personnel.
•
The UPS system must be installed in a room with restricted access (qualified
personnel only).
•
Apply appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) and follow safe
electrical work practices.
•
Turn off all power supplying the UPS system before working on or inside the
equipment.
•
Before working on the UPS system, check for hazardous voltage between all
terminals including the protective earth.
•
The UPS contains an internal energy source. Hazardous voltage can be
present even when disconnected from the utility/mains supply. Before
installing or servicing the UPS system, ensure that the units are OFF and that
utility/mains and batteries are disconnected. Wait five minutes before
opening the UPS to allow the capacitors to discharge.
•
A disconnection device (e.g. disconnection circuit breaker or switch) must be
installed to enable isolation of the system from upstream power sources in
accordance with local regulations. This disconnection device must be easily
accessible and visible.
•
The UPS must be properly earthed/grounded and due to a high leakage
current, the earthing/grounding conductor must be connected first.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION, OR ARC FLASH
In systems where backfeed protection is not part of the standard design, an
automatic isolation device (backfeed protection option or other device meeting
the requirements of IEC/EN 62040–1 or UL1778 4th Edition – depending on
which of the two standards apply to your local area) must be installed to prevent
hazardous voltage or energy at the input terminals of the isolation device. The
device must open within 15 seconds after the upstream power supply fails and
must be rated according to the specifications.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
When the UPS input is connected through external isolators that, when opened,
isolate the neutral or when the automatic backfeed isolation is provided external to
the equipment or is connected to an IT power distribution system, a label must be
fitted at the UPS input terminals, and on all primary power isolators installed
remote from the UPS area and on external access points between such isolators
and the UPS, by the user, displaying the following text (or equivalent in a language
which is acceptable in the country in which the UPS system is installed):
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DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION, OR ARC FLASH
Risk of Voltage Backfeed. Before working on this circuit: Isolate the UPS and
check for hazardous voltage between all terminals including the protective earth.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
Battery Safety
DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION, OR ARC FLASH
•
Battery circuit breakers must be installed according to the specifications and
requirements as defined by Schneider Electric.
•
Servicing of batteries must only be performed or supervised by qualified
personnel knowledgeable of batteries and the required precautions. Keep
unqualified personnel away from batteries.
•
Disconnect charging source prior to connecting or disconnecting battery
terminals.
•
Do not dispose of batteries in a fire as they can explode.
•
Do not open, alter, or mutilate batteries. Released electrolyte is harmful to the
skin and eyes. It may be toxic.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION, OR ARC FLASH
Batteries can present a risk of electric shock and high short-circuit current. The
following precautions must be observed when working on batteries
•
Remove watches, rings, or other metal objects.
•
Use tools with insulated handles.
•
Wear protective glasses, gloves and boots.
•
Do not lay tools or metal parts on top of batteries.
•
Disconnect the charging source prior to connecting or disconnecting battery
terminals.
•
Determine if the battery is inadvertently grounded. If inadvertently grounded,
remove source from ground. Contact with any part of a grounded battery can
result in electric shock. The likelihood of such shock can be reduced if such
grounds are removed during installation and maintenance (applicable to
equipment and remote battery supplies not having a grounded supply circuit).
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION, OR ARC FLASH
When replacing batteries, always replace with the same type and number of
batteries or battery packs.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
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CAUTION
RISK OF EQUIPMENT DAMAGE
•
Wait until the system is ready to be powered up before installing batteries in
the system. The time duration from battery installation until the UPS system
is powered up must not exceed 72 hours or 3 days.
•
Batteries must not be stored more than six months due to the requirement of
recharging. If the UPS system remains de-energized for a long period, we
recommend that you energize the UPS system for a period of 24 hours at
least once every month. This charges the batteries, thus avoiding irreversible
damage.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in injury or equipment
damage.
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Specifications
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Specifications
AC Input Specifications
Connection type
Nominal input
current1
3PH + N + PE
(A)
61.3
Maximum input current2 (A)
70.9
Input current limitation3 (A)
89.4
Overload (A)
115.0 A for 30 seconds (based on 150% overload on output)
Walk-in duration
15 seconds (On retransfer from input to battery, RMS current will
linearly ramp in for 10 seconds)
Input power factor
0.99 at full load
Total harmonic distortion (THDI)
< 6% at full load
Nominal input voltage (V)
208
Input voltage range (V)
1664–2405
Input frequency (Hz)
40–70 (Outside of this range, the UPS will operate from battery
power)
Maximum short-circuit withstand (kA)
30
AC Bypass Specifications
Connection type
3PH + N + PE
Input frequency (Hz)
40 – 70
Nominal input current (A)
55.5
Input voltage range (V)
183–233
Output current at overload (A)
69.4 A at 125% load
555.1 A 1000% load for 500 ms
AC Output Specifications
Output voltage
208 V
Connection type
3PH + N + PE
or
3PH + PE
Overload capacity
150% for 30 seconds (normal operation)
150% continuously for 30 seconds (battery operation)
100% continuously (bypass operation)
1000% for 500 milliseconds (bypass operation)
Crest factor
2.76
Load power factor
0.5 to 1.0
Output voltage – dynamic load response
+/-5 % (For load step 0% to 100% or 100% to 0%. Recovery back to
steady state: < 60ms)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Current that flows at nominal mains with batteries fully charged
Current that flows at nominal mains with charging batteries
The maximum continuous input current limit that can be drawn at low mains with charging batteries
At less than full load, the UPS will operate from mains/utility power to lower voltages
Above 240 V, the UPS will operate from battery power
No limit on applied crest factor, but the UPS regulates it down to 2.7
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Specifications
Total harmonic distortion (THDU)
< 2% (100% resistive load)
< 6% (Computer load as defined by EN50091-3/ IEC 62040-3)
Nominal output voltage (V)
208 V
Output voltage range (V)
205.9 V –1% to 210.1 V +1%
Output frequency (on line, in bypass)7
Synchronized to input over the range 57 Hz – 63 Hz
Output frequency – battery operation (Hz)
50/60
Slew rate (Hz/s)
Programmable to 0.25, 0.5, 1, 2, 4, and 6
Battery Specifications
Battery type
Maintenance-free, sealed, lead-acid battery with suspended
electrolyte – leakproof
Nominal voltage (VDC)
+/- 192
Float voltage (VDC)
+/- 219
End of discharge voltage (VDC)8
+/- 158 (96 cells at 1.65 V)
Temperature compensation
-320mV per °C (For temperatures greater than or equal to 20 °C)
0mV per °C (For temperatures less than 20 °C)
Battery charging9 (kW)
2 (N system – 2 power modules )
Maximum charging
power9
(kW)
3 (N+1 system – 3 power modules)
Recharge time
3 hours – to 90% capacity after full discharge
DC Ripple current10
<0.05 C
External battery input — Full load DC input current
55.4 A at +/-192 V
External battery input — Maximum DC input current
66.5 A at end of discharge +/-160 V
Heat Dissipation
Heat Dissipation
50% load
75% load
100% load
Batteries fully charged (BTU/hr)
2038
2946
4117
Batteries charging (BTU/hr)
4494
5402
6573
NOTE: Batteries fully charged is a continuous rating. Batteries charging is for 3
hours max.
Charging losses are based on 3000 W and 95% charger electronic efficiency and
80% battery charging efficiency.
Fuses and Breakers
NOTE: The UPS unit’s withstand rating is 30,000 symmetrical Amps RMS
Protection Type and Rating
Condition: The UPS plus the following options (external to the UPS):
7.
Hz
8.
9.
10.
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The following ranges can be selected: 40-60 Hz, 47-53 Hz, 49.9-50.1 Hz, 50-70 Hz, 57-63 Hz, and 59.9–60.1
May be higher at less than full load
May drop to lower values at low AC Mains
In normal operation at fully charged batteries
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Input Isolation Transformer
Protection Type
Notes
Present�
90 A 3–pole breaker (30k AIC)
If available fault current is less than 30 kA, a
lower AIC rated breaker may be used.
Isolation transformer contains 90 A Class J
fuse on primary.
Each power module contains 2 pieces of 30
A fuse in parallel on its input.
Not present�
90 A Class J current limiting fuse
Current limiting fuse is required to limit fault
current through static switch.
Each power module contains 2 pieces of 30
A fuse in parallel on its input.
System DC Input Protection
DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION, OR ARC FLASH
For third party external battery solutions, it is mandatory to install an external
MCCB supplied by Schneider Electric containing two 100 A DC breakers for
battery isolation.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
Wiring
Phase conductor size
Terminal lug diameter
Notes
Mains input
3 AWG THHN
Saddle clamp- not stud
Wire AWG is recommended,
copper, 194 °F (90 °C) per NEC
310-15 and 310-16 for 104 °F
(40 °C) temperature
environment and maximum of 3
current carrying conductors in a
raceway. Local electrical codes
must take precedence.
Neutral conductor to be sized
equal to phase current #2 AWG
recommended.
DC input
1/0 AWG
8 mm
Recommended PE conductor size is 4 AWG. The PE lug diameter is 0.250 in (8 mm).
Wraparound Bypass Configuration / Rating
Q1
3 Pole 100 A 80% rated breaker
Q2
3 Pole 100 A 80% rated breaker
Q3
3 Pole 100 A 80% rated breaker
Distribution
Square D QOB Panel 42 poles 3 Phase
Input via back feed 80A breaker mounted in panel
Capable of feeding 13 3–pole circuits
ATO configurable overhead whips
Internal Wiring #4AWG
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Specifications
Recommended Cable Sizes
Recommended cable sizes
4 AWG THHN
1–inch conduit
Torque Specifications
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Torque for main input terminals (in-lb)
24.6–26.1
PE lug (in-lb)
124
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Mechanical Assembly
1. In installations with modular battery cabinet(s): Prepare Modular Battery
Cabinet for Installation (Option), page 21 – Choose the appropriate procedure
for your installation.
2. Connect the Input Power Cables, page 25 – Top or bottom cable entry.
3. Connect the Output Power Cables in the PDU, page 29
4. Connect Emergency Power Off (EPO), page 33.
5. In installations with modular battery cabinets: Connect Battery Cables in the
UPS (Option), page 32.
6. Connect Communication Cables, page 36.
7. In installations with modular battery cabinets: Install Modular Battery Cabinet
(Option), page 39.
8. Level all cabinets with the leveling feet and a bubble level.
Product Overview
Front View of the UPS Cabinet
A. Power cables
B. Main input gland plate
C. Wiring access cover
D. Display interface
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Mechanical Assembly
Front View of the UPS Cabinet
A. 42–position circuit breaker panel
B. Intelligence modules
C. Power modules
D. Modular batteries
E. Static switch module
F. DC Disconnect breaker
G. System enable switch
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Rear View of the UPS Cabinet
A. Maintenance bypass panel access
B. Input terminal access (for top cable entry)
C. PDU shielding troughs
D. Maintenance bypass breakers
E. Floor access cover to input terminals (for bottom cable entry – sold as an
option), battery terminals, and communication wiring routing (if applicable)
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Mechanical Assembly
Front View of the UPS Cabinet
A. DC disconnect breaker
B. System enable switch
C. Display/computer interface card
D. System power supply cards
E. Slots for accessory cards
F. Network management card
G. External switchgear monitoring card
H. Battery monitoring card
I. XR communications card (for external modular battery cabinets)
Clearance
NOTE: Clearance dimensions are published for airflow and service access only.
Consult with the local safety codes and standards for additional requirements in
your local area.
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Level the Cabinets
WARNING
TIP HAZARD
The system must be installed on a level floor. The leveling feet will stabilize the
cabinet, but will not compensate for a badly sloped floor.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or
equipment damage.
1. Use a screwdriver to lower the four leveling feet
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2. Use a wrench to adjust the four leveling feet and ensure that the cabinet is
level.
WARNING
TIP HAZARD
Do not move the cabinet after the leveling feet have been lowered.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or
equipment damage.
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Prepare Modular Battery Cabinet for Installation
(Option)
DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION, OR ARC FLASH
Before working on the modular battery cabinet:
•
Pull all modular battery units out to the red disconnect line (but not further
unless the modular battery units are removed completely from the cabinet).
•
Set all DC disconnect breakers or switches to the OFF position.
•
Set the utility/mains power to OFF or LOCKED OUT position – in dual mains
supply systems, ensure that both sources are in the OFF or LOCKED OUT
position.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
Rearrange Side Panels for Line-Up and Match Modular Battery
Cabinets
DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION OR ARC FLASH
Remove and reinstall the PE cable connected to the cabinet side panels when
rearranging the side panels. Use a 13 mm wrench.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
1. Remove the solid side panel on the UPS cabinet on the side facing towards the
line-up and match modular cabinet(s).
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2. Remove the side panel with knockouts on the modular battery cabinet facing
away from the UPS/other modular battery cabinet(s).
Removal of the Side Panel
3. Install the solid side panel on the modular battery cabinet.
4. Remove the needed knockouts on the side panel with knockouts and install the
cable routing hardware (chase nipple, locking nut and cable bushing) and install
it on the UPS cabinet.
5. Remove the side panels on the other modular battery cabinets, remove the
needed knockouts, install the cable routing hardware and reinstall the side
panels. Use the stabilizing feet to adjust for aligning the cabinets, if necessary
Communication cables and battery cables can now be routed through the
knockouts in the modular battery cabinets.
Prepare for Cables in a Bottom Cable Entry System
1. Loosen the screws to remove the plate.
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2. Punch holes as required and reinstall the plate before mounting the wiring
hardware.
Rear View
Prepare for Cables in a Rear Cable Entry System
1. Loosen the screws to remove the plate.
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2. Punch holes as required and reinstall the plate before mounting the wiring
hardware.
Rear View of UPS
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Connect the Input Power Cables
DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK, EXPLOSION, OR ARC FLASH
A 90 A circuit breaker with a shunt trip must be installed to protect the system
against over-current from the utility source.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
1. Install a 90 A input utility circuit breaker with a shunt trip upstream of the UPS.
2.
– Top access system: Remove the main input gland plate by loosening the
screws in the roof of the cabinet.
Top Front View of the UPS Cabinet
– Bottom access system: Remove the floor access cover in the rear of the
cabinet and through this remove the input gland plate in the floor of the
cabinet.
Bottom Rear View of the UPS Cabinet
3. Knock out the perforated hole in the gland plate for the conduit.
NOTE: In systems with remote modular battery cabinet(s), drill an extra hole for
a conduit for the battery cables in the bottom gland plate.
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4. Install a lock-nut and bushing to the conduit.
5. Reinstall the input gland plate and thread the conduit through the hole in the
gland plate.
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6.
– Top access system: Remove the main input access panel to get acces to
the input terminals.
Top Access – Rear View of the Cabinet
– Bottom access system: Access to the bottom input terminals is through
the floor access panel (already removed).
Bottom Access – Rear View of the Cabinet
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Connect the Input Power Cables
7. Run the input cables (L1, L2, L2 and N) and the PE cable from the main utility
source through the conduit to the input terminals (top or bottom of the cabinet)
and connect the cables according to the labels on the terminals.
Input Terminals – Access in the Top of the Cabinet
Input Terminals – Access in the Bottom of the Cabinet
NOTE: Torque L1, L2 and L3 terminal lugs to 24.6–26.1 in-lb and torque the PE
lug to 124 in-lb
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Connect the Output Power Cables in the PDU
1. Remove the circuit breaker panel cover by loosening the captive screws at
each corner of the cover and pull it off.
Rear View of the UPS Cabinet
2. On the circuit breaker panel, snap and bolt the breaker into a position on the
panel.
3. Remove the corresponding plastic blanking plate on the panel cover and
reattach the panel cover to the cabinet.
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4. Remove the wiring access cover on top of the cabinet.
5. Install a strain relief connector in any available knockout on the cabinet roof.
6. Slide enough of the output power cable through the strain relief connector to
reach the new circuit breaker.
7. Tighten the strain relief connector
8. Through the wiring access cover there is access to the rear side of the breaker
panel. Secure the output power cable here with the wire ties on the back of the
breaker panel.
9. Connect the neutral cable to the closest open termination point on the neutral
bar.
10.Connect the ground cable to the closest open termination point on the ground
bar.
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11. Route the output cables (L1, L2, L3) over (shown) or under the rear of the
panel.
12.At the front of the panel, connect the output cables (L1, L2, L3) to the circuit
breaker(s).
NOTE: In the illustration, three-pole breakers are shown, but single-pole
breakers can also be connected.
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(Option)
Connect Battery Cables in the UPS (Option)
NOTE: Up to four modular battery cabinets can be connected to the UPS.
1. Remove the floor access cover in the rear of the cabinet and route the battery
cables through the bottom gland plate for remote modular battery cabinet(s) or
through the knockout in the UPS side panel for line-up and match modular
battery cabinets(s).
2. Connect the battery cables (+, - and CT) to the DC input terminals in the UPS.
Power Terminals
NOTE: Torque L1, L2 and L3 terminal lugs to 24.6–26.1 in-lb and torque the PE
lug to 124 in-lb
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Connect Emergency Power Off (EPO)
NOTE: EPO wiring: CL2 or other extra-low voltage wiring in accordance with local
electrical codes.
NOTE: If you choose to use a 24 VAC, 24 VDC or contact closure connection to
the EPO, use one of the following UL-listed wire types:
For installations in the US:
•
CL2 Class 2 cable for general purpose use
•
CL2P Plenum cable for use in ducts, plenums, and other space used for
environmental air
•
CL2R Riser cable for use in vertical run shaft from floor to floor
•
CL2X Limited Use cable for use in dwellings and raceways
For installation in Canada:
•
CSA-certified, type ELC (Extra-Low-Voltage Control Cable)
NOTE: If you do not use a CL2 cable, route the EPO wiring in conduit that does not
contain any branch curcuit wiring.
1. Route the EPO cable separately from the power cables through a separate
conduit through an available cable exit point depending on your installation.
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2. Connect a normally open (NO) or a normally closed (NC) EPO switch to the
board in the UPS.
Rear View of UPS Cabinet
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EPO Wiring Options
A. Dry Normally Open contacts
B. +24V Normally Open (remove jumper)
C. Dry Normally Closed contacts (remove jumper)
D. +24V Normally Closed (remove jumper)
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Connect Communication Cables
Connect Communication Cables
DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION OR ARC FLASH
Ensure total power off before removing the side panel.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
NOTE: Use 20–foot standard Cat data cable (supplied). If the cable length is
inadequate, a longer Cat 5 cable, or couplers, can be used (not supplied).
NOTE: If bottom cable entry is required, follow steps 1 to 5 below to gain access to
the communication cables. If not, proceed to step 6.
Front View of UPS
1. Unlock the right-side panel using the key.
2. Depress the latches.
3. Pull out the panel.
4. Lift the panel at an angle away from the cabinet.
5. Route the communication cables through the front holes of the cabinets. Exit
the cabinets from the bottom or top as required.
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6. Connect the network communication cable.
Front View of UPS
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7. Only in installations with modular battery cabinets: Route the
communication cable from XR Communications port 2 in the first modular
battery cabinet to the UPS XR Communications port 1 (for remote modular
battery cabinets the length of the signal must not exceed 50 m). The side panel
of the modular battery cabinet is removed for cable wiring as in steps 1–5.
Front View of Modular Battery Cabinet
8. Only in installations with modular battery cabinets: Route the
communication cable from XR Communications port 1 in each modular battery
cabinet to XR Communications port 2 in the next modular battery cabinet.
Remove the terminator when necessary. Insert the terminator from the cable
into the unused communication port on the last modular battery cabinet.
9. Reinstall and lock the side panels on the cabinets after finishing cable routing.
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Install Modular Battery Cabinet (Option)
Connect Battery Cables in Modular Battery Cabinet
NOTE: Power terminal lug diameter: 8 mm. Torque power terminal lugs to 53 lb-in
(6 Nm).
NOTE: PE and power cables provided with the modular battery cabinet are only for
internal cable routing through the side panels — not for cable routing through
external conduits.
1. Connect the modular battery cabinet to the PE stud in the UPS cabinet.
2. Connect the battery cables (+, - and CT) from the UPS to the DC output
terminals in the modular battery cabinet.
Modular Battery Cabinet
Connect the Battery Cables between the Modular Battery Cabinets
NOTE: For remote modular battery cabinets, the length of the signal and power
cables must not exceed 50 m for the cable that connects the modular battery
cabinet to the UPS.
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1. Connect the battery cables from the DC output terminals in modular battery
cabinet 2 to the DC input terminals in modular battery cabinet 1.
Modular Battery Cabinet 1
2. Repeat for modular battery cabinet 3 and 4, if applicable.
3. Connect the PE cable from the UPS to the modular battery cabinet (closest to
the UPS).
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4. Route the PE cable from modular battery cabinet to modular battery cabinet
through the bottom, rear or side depending on chosen cable entry.
Fuse rating
125 A Class J
Breaker rating
320 A with thermal and magnetic trip-unit
5. Place the cabinet address on the front of each modular battery cabinet (1 for
modular battery cabinet 1, 2 for modular battery cabinet number 2 etc.).
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