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Always play it safe
IT solutions are increasingly the heart of the company. As such, it is becoming more important to use
high-quality, scalable solutions which cover all requirements in the IT environment as well as in the
industrial environment to optimum effect, and which are perfectly coordinated with one another. Rittal
offers a complete range, from TS IT, the global standard in network and server enclosures, through to
transparent monitoring, which reliably oversees the functioning and efficiency of all components.
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TS IT network/server enclosures
The intelligent modular system with flexible
network and server enclosures is in use around
the globe. The ideal racks for data centres of
any size.
Aisle containment
Door and roof components separate hot and
cold air in the data centre, for improved energy
efficiency.
Chiller for IT cooling
Supplies the cold water for IT cooling units
in the data centre, such as Liquid Cooling
Packages (LCP) or Computer Room Air
Conditioning (CRAC).
Liquid Cooling Package
For efficient rack and suite cooling, available
as a CW and DX variant.
Ri4Power
The heart: Low-voltage switchgear manages
the various infeed sources (A, B and emergency power) and ensures their subsequent
distribution.
Power Distribution Rack
For sub-distribution among the individual
enclosure suites in the data centre.
IT power
UPS systems ensure an uninterruptible power
supply in the data centre.
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Modular for perfect solutions
Critical loads need to be protected with the best possible UPS design. The UPS design from ABB
optimises availability and total cost of ownership (TCO), and is based on a complete redundancy
concept. In the modular UPS series, each UPS module has all the hardware and software needed for
autonomous operation. All critical components are available in each individual module, thereby eliminating weak points altogether. ABB calls this modular approach “decentralised parallel architecture
(DPA™)”.
“Only a genuinely redundant architecture
like DPA allows switched modules to be
replaced whilst the system is operational”.
Decentralised parallel architecture
With DPA, each UPS module has all the hardware and software
needed for autonomous operation.
Rectifier input
Bypass input
UPS module
Control logic display
Output to critical load
Optimised investments and energy savings
The UPS capacity can be modified to accommodate changing loads.
This reduces the need for overdimensioning.
Standalone solution
1 × 120 kW until year 1
2 × 120 kW overdimensioned
Modular solution
20 kW UPS modules may be added or
removed at any time
Typical 4-year load curve for a mediumsized EDP centre
Year 1
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High availability and low total cost
of ownership (TCO)
High availability
Low total cost of ownership
For all critical applications, availability is the key parameter of
any UPS. The following approaches are best for optimising
power availability:
The modular UPS approach from ABB ensures optimum
performance for maintenance, scalability and flexibility.
Together, these features make a decisive contribution to
the low total cost of ownership (TCO).
The best way to minimise TCO:
◾ Add redundancy
The safest way of improving power availability is by ensuring redundancy in the UPS system. In a redundant system
(DPA), all modules are active, and the load is distributed
evenly among the modules. If one of the modules should
fail, the remaining modules seamlessly take over its load.
◾ Choose high-quality equipment
Quality and reliability are the defining features of the
Swiss-made DPA uninterruptible power supplies from
ABB. They are designed with the utmost care and subjected to stringent testing. Each product is tested individually before it leaves the factory. All modules are individually tested to 100 percent, and all modular and standalone
uninterruptible power supplies undergo sign-off testing.
◾ Use the best topology
With DPA UPSs from ABB, the incoming AC current is first
converted into DC current. This DC current in turn generates the outgoing AC current with a pure sine wave voltage. The term “double conversion” is derived from these
two conversion stages. They protect the wave form of the
outgoing voltage from all interference on the AC input side.
◾ Minimise waiting times
Because the UPS modules are independent of one another
in a DPA system, they may be replaced whilst the system
is operational without the risk of a critical load, and without the need to shut down or switch to mains power. This
means that engineers can work on the UPS without interrupting operation.
Replacement with the system operational minimises the
amount of time needed for maintenance and repair. The
procedure is quick and easy, and does not pose a threat
to system operation.
◾ Optimise investments
If the UPS output requirements change, for example if an
EDP centre is expanded, the modular structure means that
additional modules are easily added to increase the electricity supply.
◾ Optimise battery performance
The autonomy and battery size may be tailored to your
system’s precise requirements. A separate battery makes it
possible to upgrade and preserve the system’s autonomy
without limiting availability.
◾ Save on space
The modular design keeps space requirements for the
UPS system to a minimum. This is ideal, particularly if the
available space is limited and expensive. A modular UPS
rack does not take up too much space, and if additional
modules are added, extra space is not usually required.
◾ Cut installation and maintenance costs
The modular layout makes installation and commissioning
simple. Standardised modules mean that fewer spare parts
need to be kept in stock, and system upgrades are simplified.
◾ Save energy
The modularity and scalability of the UPS system contribute to low overall operating costs, but the exceptionally
energy-efficient design also helps to cut costs. For example, the UPS system Conceptpower DPA 500 from ABB
boasts an operating ratio of up to 96 percent. The operating ratio curve is very flat, meaning minimal losses at any
load.
◾ Standardised maintenance concept
The DPA modules are standardised, helping to keep costs
low. The stocking of spare parts is reduced, and data
processing centres can be assembled with the same preconfigured, tested sub-systems in block form.
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Overview of modular UPS systems
The rack-independent DPA UPScale RI is one of the most compact
UPS systems on the market, and is particularly well-suited to customised solutions. The modular, rack-independent system is ideal for
creating flexible solutions, both technically and commercially. The
DPA UPScale RI is suitable for applications in the lower and medium
output range in controlled environments.
DPA UPScale RI
Output range kW
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Output kW
10/20/40/80
Output per module kW
10/20
Max. number of system enclosures connected in parallel
1 subrack
Max. number of modules connected in parallel, per enclosure
4 modules
Rated input voltage V AC
220/380, 230/400, 240/415
Rated output voltage V AC
220/380, 230/400, 240/415
User interface
Module level LCD + mimic diagram
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Overview of modular UPS systems
The DPA UPScale ST TS 8 series from ABB is a UPS system developed for applications in the low to medium output range. The flexible
design permits a scalable output system in increments of 10 or 20 kW
and a range of enclosure sizes. The redundant N+x design ensures
absolute operational continuity with no weak points. Additionally, the
system is suitable for the installation of internal battery modules,
depending on the output requirements. The DPA UPScale ST is the
ideal solution for medium-sized infrastructures which are constantly
expanding.
DPA UPScale ST TS 8
Conceptpower DPA TS 8
ST60/up to 3 modules
10 kW
The Conceptpower DPA TS 8 enclosure is a genuine double conversion UPS system developed for applications in the medium to high output range. The modular architecture of the Conceptpower DPA allows
a very flexible output configuration with 30/40/50 kVA rack-mounted
modules, which may be retrofitted if the power demand rises. This
helps to avoid excessive up-front investment. You pay as you grow. The
Conceptpower DPA serves a range of different market segments, such
as medium to large EDP centres and telecommunications, transport
and production infrastructures in a clean, controlled environment.
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DPA 150/up to 3 modules
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60/120
80/120/200
10/20
24/32/40
1 enclosure
Up to 6 enclosures
6 modules
30 modules
220/380, 230/400, 240/415
220/380, 230/400, 240/415
220/380, 230/400, 240/415
220/380, 230/400, 240/415
Module level LCD + mimic diagram
Module level LCD + mimic diagram
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Modular UPS systems
Network cards Page 15
Highlights:
◾ Genuine double-conversion
UPS with an operating ratio of
up to 96%
◾ 482.6 mm (19”) rack-mountable, modular UPS system
◾ Compact, lightweight design
for configuring customised
solutions
◾ Online swap modularity (OSM)
for replacement with the system operational
◾ N+x redundancy supported
◾ Adapted battery configuration
Basic configuration
of the system:
The UPS system DPA UPScale RI
is accommodated in seven subracks of varying sizes, and comprises the following:
– Up to four genuine double conversion UPS modules, each
with mimic diagram and LCD
display, showing information in
five languages
– Slow fuses for input, bypass
and battery
– Manual bypass switch
– Rectifier and bypass terminals
(available with single or double
mains power connection) and
terminals at the UPS output
– Free space for the installation of
internal battery modules (only
for UPScale RI11/12/22/24)
– COM ports: RS-232 port, five
floating contacts at the input/
output (including EPO and GEN
On)
Options:
– Built-in backfeed protection
– Internal battery modules
– Temperature sensor battery
– Connectivity (Modbus RS-485,
Modbus TCP/IP, SNMP)
– Software for monitoring and
shutdown
Conformity and certifications:
Certifications and third-party test
reports for the following standards:
– IEC/EN 62040-1
– IEC/EN 62040-2
– IEC/EN 62040-3
DPA UPScale RI, 1 module
Subrack type
Dimensions (W x H x D) mm
Internal battery output
RI10
RI11
RI12
448 × 310 (7 U) × 565
448 × 487 (11 U) × 735
448 × 665 (15 U) × 735
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Up to 40 blocks 7 Ah
Up to 80 blocks 7 Ah
04-0780
04-0410
04-0411
Output per subrack kW
10/20
10/20
10/20
Output per module kW
10/20
10/20
10/20
1.0
1.0
1.0
1 subrack
1 subrack
1 subrack
Model No.
Power factor
Max. number of system enclosures connected in parallel
Max. power output kW
20
20
20
Network topology (I/O)
3 ph + N + PE
3 ph + N + PE
3 ph + N + PE
220/380, 230/400, 240/415
220/380, 230/400, 240/415
220/380, 230/400, 240/415
150/204 – 264/460
150/204 – 264/460
150/204 – 264/460
35 – 70
35 – 70
35 – 70
Distortion factor at 100% load
< 3%
< 3%
< 3%
Power factor 100% load
≥ 0.99
≥ 0.99
≥ 0.99
220/380, 230/400, 240/415
220/380, 230/400, 240/415
220/380, 230/400, 240/415
< 1.5%
< 1.5%
< 1.5%
Output frequency Hz (selectable)
50/60
50/60
50/60
Eco-mode
98%
98%
98%
Rated input voltage V AC
Input voltage range V AC (load-dependent)
Frequency range Hz
Rated output voltage V AC
Total harmonic distortion THD (with linear load)
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Modular UPS systems
DPA UPScale RI, 2 modules
Subrack type
Dimensions (W x H x D) mm
Internal battery output
RI20
RI22
RI24
448 × 440 (10 U) × 565
448 × 798 (18 U) × 735
448 × 1153 (26 U) × 735
Up to 160 blocks 7 Ah
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Up to 80 blocks 7 Ah
Model No.
04-0781
04-0412
04-0413
Output per subrack kW
10/20/40
10/20/40
10/20/40
Output per module kW
10/20
10/20
10/20
1.0
1.0
1.0
1 subrack
1 subrack
1 subrack
Power factor
Max. number of system enclosures connected in parallel
Max. power output kW
40
40
40
Network topology (I/O)
3 ph + N + PE
3 ph + N + PE
3 ph + N + PE
220/380, 230/400, 240/415
220/380, 230/400, 240/415
220/380, 230/400, 240/415
150/204 – 264/460
150/204 – 264/460
150/204 – 264/460
35 – 70
35 – 70
35 – 70
Distortion factor at 100% load
< 3%
< 3%
< 3%
Power factor 100% load
≥ 0.99
≥ 0.99
≥ 0.99
220/380, 230/400, 240/415
220/380, 230/400, 240/415
220/380, 230/400, 240/415
< 1.5%
< 1.5%
< 1.5%
Output frequency Hz (selectable)
50/60
50/60
50/60
Eco-mode
98%
98%
98%
Rated input voltage V AC
Input voltage range V AC (load-dependent)
Frequency range Hz
Rated output voltage V AC
Total harmonic distortion THD (with linear load)
DPA UPScale RI, 4 modules
Subrack type
Dimensions (W x H x D) mm
Internal battery output
Model No.
RI40
448 × 798 (18 U) × 735
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04-1170
Output per subrack kW
10/20/40/80
Output per module kW
10/20
Power factor
Max. number of system enclosures connected in parallel
1.0
1 subrack
Max. power output kW
80
Network topology (I/O)
3 ph + N + PE
Rated input voltage V AC
Input voltage range V AC (load-dependent)
Frequency range Hz
220/380, 230/400, 240/415
150/204 – 264/460
35 – 70
Distortion factor at 100% load
< 3%
Power factor 100% load
≥ 0.99
Rated output voltage V AC
220/380, 230/400, 240/415
Total harmonic distortion THD (with linear load)
< 1.5%
Output frequency Hz (selectable)
50/60
Eco-mode
98%
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Modular UPS systems
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Highlights:
◾ Genuine double-conversion
UPS with an operating ratio of
up to 96%
◾ Highly flexible, scalable system
◾ Online swap modularity (OSM)
for replacement with the system operational
◾ N+x redundancy supported
◾ Adapted battery configuration
◾ Parallel connection of up to
four systems
Basic configuration
of the system:
The UPS system DPA UPScale
ST is accommodated in five
enclosures of varying sizes, and
comprises the following:
– Up to six genuine double conversion UPS modules, each
with mimic diagram and LCD
display, showing information in
five languages
– Slow fuses for input, bypass
and battery
– Manual bypass switch
– Rectifier and bypass terminals
(available with single or double
mains power connection) and
terminals at the UPS output
– Free space for the installation of
internal battery modules (only
for ST60)
– COM ports: RS-232 port, five
floating contacts at the input/
output (including EPO and GEN
On)
Options:
– Built-in backfeed protection
– Internal battery modules
– Temperature sensor battery
– Connectivity: Modbus RS-485,
Modbus TCP/IP, SNMP
– Software for monitoring and
shutdown
Conformity and certifications:
Certifications and third-party test
reports for the following standards:
– IEC/EN 62040-1
– IEC/EN 62040-2
– IEC/EN 62040-3
DPA UPScale ST TS 8
Enclosure type
Maximum no. of modules
Dimensions (W x H x D) mm
Internal battery output
Model No.
Output per system enclosure kW (min. – max.)
Output per module kW
Power factor
Max. number of system enclosures connected
in parallel
ST60
ST60
ST120
3
3
6
ST120
6
600 × 2000 × 800
600 × 2000 × 1000
600 × 2000 × 800
600 × 2000 × 1000
Up to 240 blocks 7 Ah
Up to 240 blocks 7 Ah
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TS84NWP100787R0002
TS84NWP100787R0001
TS84NWP100788R0002
TS84NWP100788R0001
10 – 60
10 – 60
10 – 120
10 – 120
10/20
10/20
10/20
10/20
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1 enclosure
1 enclosure
1 enclosure
1 enclosure
Max. power output kW
60
60
120
120
Network topology (I/O)
3 ph + N + PE
3 ph + N + PE
3 ph + N + PE
3 ph + N + PE
Rated input voltage V AC
Input voltage range V AC (load-dependent)
220/380, 230/400, 240/415 220/380, 230/400, 240/415 220/380, 230/400, 240/415 220/380, 230/400, 240/415
150/204 – 264/460
150/204 – 264/460
150/204 – 264/460
150/204 – 264/460
35 – 70
35 – 70
35 – 70
35 – 70
Distortion factor at 100% load
< 3%
< 3%
< 3%
< 3%
Power factor 100% load
≥ 0.99
≥ 0.99
≥ 0.99
≥ 0.99
Frequency range Hz
Rated output voltage V AC
Total harmonic distortion THD (with linear load)
220/380, 230/400, 240/415 220/380, 230/400, 240/415 220/380, 230/400, 240/415 220/380, 230/400, 240/415
< 1.5%
< 1.5%
< 1.5%
< 1.5%
Output frequency Hz (selectable)
50/60
50/60
50/60
50/60
Eco-mode
98%
98%
98%
98%
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Modular UPS systems
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Highlights:
◾ Vertical and horizontal scalability (up to 5 rack-mounted
modules in the enclosure and
6 enclosures in parallel, with a
total of 30 modules)
◾ Online swap modularity (OSM)
for replacement with the system operational
◾ Up to 96% operating ratio with
double conversion in a broad
load range
◾ High current density with up to
250 kW/m²
◾ Built-in backfeed protection
Basic configuration
of the system:
The Conceptpower DPA TS 8 is
based on three different module
sizes and two enclosure types.
The module comprises:
– Genuine double conversion
UPS module
– Slow fuses for input, bypass
and battery
– Built-in backfeed protection
– User interface with mimic
diagram and LCD display
showing information in five
languages.
The enclosure comprises:
– Free space for the installation of
internal battery modules (only
DPA – 150 kVA enclosure)
– Manual bypass switch
– Rectifier and bypass terminals
(available with single or double
mains power connection) and
terminals at the UPS output
– COM ports: RS-232 port, five
floating contacts at the input/
output (including EPO and GEN
On)
– Lockable door
Options:
– Synchronisation kit
– System configuration as standalone or parallel
– Temperature sensor battery
– Internal battery modules
– Software for monitoring and
shutdown
Conformity and certifications:
Certifications and third-party test
reports for the following standards:
– IEC/EN 62040-1
– IEC/EN 62040-2
– IEC/EN 62040-3
Conceptpower DPA TS 8
Enclosure type
Dimensions (W x H x D) mm
DPA – 150 kVA enclosure
DPA – 250 kVA enclosure
800 × 2000 × 1000
800 × 2000 × 1000
Capacity
max. 3 modules and up to 240 batteries 7Ah
max. 5 modules and no batteries
Weight kg
379 (with modules, without batteries)
439 (with modules, without batteries)
Model No.
TS84NWP100785R0001
TS84NWP100786R0001
Output per system enclosure kW (min. – max.)
24 – 120
24 – 200
Output per module kW
24/32/40
24/32/40
Power factor
Max. number of system enclosures connected in parallel
0.8
0.8
6 enclosures
6 enclosures
Max. power output kW
1200
1200
Network topology (I/O)
3 ph + N + PE
3 ph + N + PE
220/380, 230/400, 240/415
220/380, 230/400, 240/415
150/204 – 264/460
150/204 – 264/460
35 – 70
35 – 70
Rated input voltage V AC
Input voltage range V AC (load-dependent)
Frequency range Hz
Distortion factor at 100% load
< 3%
< 3%
Power factor 100% load
≥ 0.99
≥ 0.99
220/380, 230/400, 240/415
220/380, 230/400, 240/415
< 1.5%
< 1.5%
Output frequency Hz (selectable)
50/60
50/60
Eco-mode
98%
98%
Rated output voltage V AC
Total harmonic distortion THD (with linear load)
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Battery cases
Network cards Page 15
ABB offers a complete series of
battery cases for the modular
UPS range in the Rittal TS 8
enclosure. This series of cases
is ideal for a broad spectrum of
battery configurations and has
been optimised to accommodate
varying autonomy requirements.
Colour:
– RAL 7035
Battery case type
Dimensions (W x H x D) mm
Compatible UPS (only without internal battery)
Battery output
Battery arrangement
Model No.
CBAT-120 C TS 8
CBAT-120 S TS 8
CBAT-150 C TS 8
CBAT-150 S TS 8
600 × 2000 × 1000
600 × 2000 × 1000
800 × 2000 × 1000
800 × 2000 × 1000
DPA UPScale ST 60 TS 8, 1000 mm deep/DPA UPScale ST 120 TS 8, 1000 mm deep
Conceptpower Triple DPA-150 TS 8/Conceptpower Upgrade DPA-250 TS 8
up to 120 VRLA 24 or 28 Ah
up to 150 VRLA 24 or 28 Ah
together1)
separate2)
together1)
separate2)
TS800-7610
TS800-8588
TS800-6363
TS800-6578
Battery case type
CBAT-150 C TS 8
CBAT-150 S TS8
Dimensions (W x H x D) mm
800 × 2000 × 800
800 × 2000 × 800
Compatible UPS (only without internal battery)
DPA UPScale ST 60 TS 8, 800 mm deep/DPA UPScale ST 120 TS 8, 800 mm deep
Battery output
up to 150 VRLA 24 or 28 Ah
up to 150 VRLA 24 or 28 Ah
together1)
separate2)
TS804-1717
TS804-1718
Battery arrangement
Model No.
1)
2)
together: Battery system for complete rack
separate: Battery system for each module
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Connectivity solutions
Intelligent monitoring of the power supply
ABB offers intelligent solutions for monitoring the functioning of the UPS system and ensuring a clean, reliable power supply to the
IT infrastructure in the event of a power failure. The control devices provide an overview of the UPS status in real time, helping to
avoid problems before they become critical.
Power and environment monitoring
Network cards connect the ABB UPS systems to the network. These
cards also offer the option of connecting various ambient sensors to the
UPS. This combination allows the UPS system and its environment to
be clearly depicted on a Web interface.
Control software
The network cards are equipped with an extensively configurable software package providing access to the measurement values and status
information of the UPS system. The status of each UPS, of each UPS
module or of the system as a whole can be displayed on a separate
mimic diagram. These diagrams provide the user with clear information
in real time. During normal operation, all events are stored in a LOG file.
In the event of a system power failure, the battery autonomy is monitored and the disconnection of protected devices from the mains is
initialised.
Data privacy
The software for remote disconnection controls a specific PC, a group
of PCs or all computers in the network. Shutdowns and reboots may
be carried out safely. The data remains protected in the event of a weak
battery charge or power failure.
Additionally, text messages, e-mails or pop-up windows and mobile
messages may be sent or displayed before the devices are shut down.
This allows the user to respond flexibly and manage or abort the operation.
Highlights
◾ Remote monitoring via the Web
◾ Monitoring of the environment
◾ Extended alarm management and sending of information
◾ Monitoring of redundant UPS
◾ Integration into the network or building management system
◾ Integration into multi-vendor and multi-platform environments
◾ Modbus interface
◾ Supports various standard protocols
Applications
◾ PCs
◾ Server and network devices
◾ EDP centres
◾ Warehousing systems
◾ Industrial automation
◾ Power supply systems
Connectivity components
Network card and software
Ambient sensors
E-mails,
various
protocols
LAN
Data privacy client
Shutdown
service
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Data monitoring
and data management
Web browser,
remote viewer,
BMS
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Connectivity and sensor options
for CS cards and enclosures
Basic
Modbus
LAN
Modbus
RS485
LAN
SNMP
Modbus TCP
Other
0101
1100
SNMP
Modbus TCP
Other
CS121 Modbus
CS121 Basic
No peripheral devices
1
4
Peripheral options
Relay
card
04-0593
Buzzer
04-0592
Advanced
LAN
SNMP
Modbus TCP
Other
CS121 Advanced
1
1
4
Peripheral options
Sensor manager
Relay card
04-0593
Temperature
00-6944
Buzzer
04-0592
Temperature
+ humidity
04-3880
00-5915
Profibus
converter
04-0594
0101
1100
Modbus
RS485
8
SMIO
00-6947
1
Temperature
+ humidity
00-6948
Temperature
00-5916
Temperature
+ humidity
00-6948
SMIO
00-6947
Buzzer
00-6945
Temperature
00-5916
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UPS accessories
Network cards/software
CS121 Basic
For connecting the UPS to the network without
the need for additional sensors or interfaces.
Available as a slide-in card or with an enclosure.
Power supply to the slide-in cards is guaranteed
by the UPS. Cards with enclosures require an
additional power source.
Version
Packs of
Model No.
Slide-in card
1 pc(s).
04-3866
With enclosure
1 pc(s).
04-3865
Supported protocols:
– HTTP
– SNMP
– SMTP (e-mail)
– Modbus TCP
– Telnet FPT
CS121 Advanced
For connecting the UPS to the network with the
option of connecting additional sensors and I/O
options, either directly on the card or via a sensor
manager. Available as a slide-in card or with an
enclosure. Power supply to the slide-in cards is
guaranteed by the UPS. Cards with enclosures
require an additional power source.
Version
Packs of
Model No.
Slide-in card
1 pc(s).
04-3862
With enclosure
1 pc(s).
04-3861
Supported protocols:
– HTTP
– SNMP
– SMTP (e-mail)
– Telnet FPT
– Modbus RS232
– Modbus TCP
CS121 Modbus
For connecting the UPS to the network and the
Modbus RS485 interface with the option of connecting alarm buzzers or an additional relay card.
Available as a slide-in card or with an enclosure.
Power supply to the slide-in cards is guaranteed
by the UPS. Cards with enclosures require an
additional power source.
Version
Packs of
Model No.
Slide-in card
1 pc(s).
04-3864
With enclosure
1 pc(s).
04-3863
Supported protocols:
– HTTP
– SNMP
– SMTP (e-mail)
– Telnet FPT
– Modbus RS485
– Modbus TCP
RCCMD software
Client software to control server shutdowns via the
UPS. The software supports all common operating
systems and versions (e.g. Windows 10, 8, 7,
VISTA, XP, Server 2003/2008, UNIX/LINUX and
VMWARE Sphere/ESX Server, CITRIX XEN etc).
One licence is required for each server to be shut
down on an event-controlled basis.
IT infrastructure/Modular UPS systems
Licences
Model No.
Single licence
04-3869
Licence bundle (10 servers)
8500000151
Note:
– Software updates and a complete list of currently
supported operating systems may be found at
www.rittal.com.
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