Smart-UPS™ VT
10–30 kVA 208/220 V
Single and Parallel Installation
With Batteries
11/2016
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Table of Contents
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INSTRUCTIONS .........................................................................................5
Safety Precautions .....................................................................................6
Specifications ............................................................................................ 11
AC Input Specifications ............................................................................. 11
AC Bypass Specifications ......................................................................... 11
AC Output Specifications .......................................................................... 11
Battery Specifications ...............................................................................12
Recommended Cable Sizes ......................................................................12
Fuses and Breakers..................................................................................13
Single Utility/Mains System..................................................................14
Dual Utility/Mains System ....................................................................14
Parallel System...................................................................................15
Mechanical Assembly ..............................................................................17
Clearance ................................................................................................17
Level the Cabinets ....................................................................................17
Remove the Front Panel ...........................................................................18
Floor Anchoring ........................................................................................19
Connect Floor Anchoring Brackets to the UPS and Modular Battery
Cabinet for Stability .............................................................................19
Remove the Modular Batteries from the UPS Cabinet(s) ........................21
Install the Baying Kit for Interconnection of Cabinets and Seismic
Anchoring (Option)..............................................................................23
Install Modular Battery Cabinets (Option) .............................................26
Remove the Cable Landing Cover and Bottom Plates..................................26
Connect Battery Power in Installations with Busbars....................................27
Isolator Installation Principle ................................................................27
Install Busbars in 523 mm (20.59 in) UPS System with the UPS
Placed to the Left ................................................................................28
Install Busbars in 523 mm (20.59 in) UPS System with the UPS
Placed to the Right..............................................................................29
Install Busbars in 352 mm (13.85 in) UPS System with the UPS
Placed to the Right..............................................................................30
Install Busbars in 352 mm (13.85 in) UPS System with the UPS
Placed to the Left ................................................................................32
Connect Battery Power in Installations with Cables .....................................33
Connect Battery Cables Between the UPS and the Modular Battery
Cabinet ..............................................................................................33
Connect Battery Cables Between Two Modular Battery Cabinets............35
Connect the Power Cables to the UPS..................................................37
Single Feed without MBP ..........................................................................37
Dual Feed without MBP.............................................................................39
Prepare for Cables ...................................................................................41
Bottom Cable Entry .............................................................................41
Connect the Input, Bypass, and Output Cables ...........................................42
Connect the Communication Cables .....................................................45
Prepare for Communication Cables ...........................................................45
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Overview of the Pin Connections ...............................................................46
J106 ..................................................................................................46
Connect EPO in Single Systems ................................................................46
Connect EPO in Parallel Systems ..............................................................47
Connect Communication Cables between UPS and Modular Battery
Cabinet....................................................................................................49
Connect Schneider Electric Communication Options ...................................50
Connect Communication Cables in Parallel System ....................................51
Final Mechanical Installation ...................................................................57
Install Batteries and Connect Battery Securing Brackets..............................57
Reinstall the Top Plate and the Front Panel.................................................58
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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.
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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.
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.
Start-up 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.
NOTICE
RISK 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 equipment damage.
NOTICE
RISK 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 equipment damage.
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Electrical Safety
DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION OR ARC FLASH
•
Electrical equipment must be installed, operated, serviced, and maintained
only by qualified personnel.
•
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):
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.
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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.
NOTICE
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,
Schneider Electric recommends 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 equipment damage.
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Product Specific Safety Information
NOTE: The system is designed for connection to an IT power distribution system.
NOTE: The parallel cables must be run by the electrician but not attached. The
field service engineer from Schneider Electric will install the parallel
communication box and attach all cables to the UPS units.
NOTE: Battery and utility power must not be connected until all other wiring has
been completed.
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Specifications
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Specifications
DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION OR ARC FLASH
The UPS must be supplied from a 208/120 V or 220/127 V 4W + GND 60 HZ
source.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
AC Input Specifications
10 kVA
208 V
15 kVA
220 V
208 V
20 kVA
30 kVA
220 V
208 V
220 V
208 V
220 V
Connection type
4-wire (3PH + N + G)
Voltage range (V)
160–Vnom + 15% at 100% load
100–Vnom + 15% at < 50% load
Input frequency (Hz)
40-70
THDI
< 5% at full load
Nominal input
current (A)
24.3
23.0
36.6
34.6
48.6
45.8
73.2
69.0
Maximum input
current (A)
26.7
25.2
40.2
38.0
53.0
50.1
80.1
75.8
Input current
limitation (A)
32.8
32.8
49.5
49.5
65.2
65.2
98.8
98.8
Input power factor
correction
> 0.98 at load > 50%
Maximum input short
circuit withstand (kA)
Icc
Rated conditional short–circuit current Icc: 30 kA
Rated peak withstand current Ipk: Icc x 1.7
Device: Refer to Required Upstream Breaker Sizes in Single Systems, page 15.
AC Bypass Specifications
10 kVA
208 V
15 kVA
220 V
20 kVA
30 kVA
208 V
220 V
208 V
220 V
208 V
220 V
41.6
39.4
55.5
52.5
83.3
78.7
Connection type
4-wire (3PH + N + G)
Voltage range (V)
± 10%
Input frequency (Hz)
50 ± 10 or 60 ± 10
Nominal input
current (A)
27.8
Maximum input short
circuit withstand (kA)
Icc
Rated conditional short–circuit current Icc: 30 kA
Rated peak withstand current Ipk: Icc x 1.7
Device: Refer to Required Upstream Breaker Sizes in Single Systems, page 15.
26.2
AC Output Specifications
10 kVA
208 V
Connection type
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220 V
208 V
20 kVA
220 V
208 V
30 kVA
220 V
208 V
220 V
4-wire (3PH + N + G)
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Specifications
10 kVA
208 V
15 kVA
220 V
208 V
Overload capacity
150% for 1 minute (normal operation)
125% for 10 minutes (normal operation)
150% for 1 minute (battery operation)
125% for 10 minutes (battery operation)
110% continuous (bypass operation)
800% for 500 ms (bypass operation)
Nominal output
current (A)
27.8
Output frequency
(sync to mains)
50 Hz ±0.1 Hz, ±3 Hz, ±10 Hz
60 Hz ±0.1 Hz, ±3 Hz, ±10 Hz
Slew rate (Hz/Sec)
0.25-1
THDU
< 1.5% linear
< 3.5% non-linear
Load power factor
0.5 leading to 0.5 lagging
Dynamic load
response
± 5%
Output voltage
regulation
± 1%
26.2
41.6
20 kVA
30 kVA
220 V
208 V
220 V
208 V
220 V
39.4
55.5
52.5
83.3
78.7
Battery Specifications
Type
VRLA
Nominal voltage (VDC)
+/- 192
Float voltage (VDC)
+/- 219
End of discharge voltage (VDC)
+/- 154
Battery current (at full load)
66.5 A at +/-192 V
Maximal current (at end of discharge)
83.2 A at + 154 V
Maximal charging power
10 kVA: 1600 W
15 kVA: 2400 W
20 kVA: 3200 W
30 kVA: 3200 W
Typical recharge time
5 hours
End voltage
1.6-1.75 V/cell (automatic, depending on load)
Recommended Cable Sizes
DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION, OR ARC FLASH
At 100% switch mode load, the neutral must be rated for 200% phase current.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION, OR ARC FLASH
All wiring must comply with all applicable national and/or electrical code.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
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NOTE: The recommended cable sizes are based on an environment with an
ambient temperature of 30° C (86° F). Use stranded copper cables.
10 kVA
15 kVA
20 kVA
30 kVA
Utility/mains input
8 AWG
6 AWG
4 AWG
1 AWG
Static bypass input
8 AWG
6 AWG
4 AWG
1 AWG
DC input
1 AWG
1 AWG
1 AWG
1 AWG
Output
8 AWG
6 AWG
4 AWG
1 AWG
Connection Terminals
Cable size (AWG)
Cable lug type
Crimping tool
Die
Terminal bolt diameter
12
YA12CL2TC38
MD7-34R
W12CVT
6 mm (0.2 in)
8
YA8CL2TC38
MD7-34R
W8CVT
6 mm (0.2 in)
6
YA6CL2TC38
MD7-34R
W6CVT
6 mm (0.2 in)
4
YA4CL2TC38
MD7-34R
W4CVT
6 mm (0.2 in)
1
YA1CL2TC38
MD7-34R
W1CVT
6 mm (0.2 in)
Torque Specifications
The power wiring should be torqued to 7 Nm (45 lbf-in).
Fuses and Breakers
NOTE: For installations with a Schneider Electric maintenance bypass panel, refer
to the installation manual provided with the maintenance bypass panel for wiring
diagrams.
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Specifications
Single Utility/Mains System
•
Q1: Utility/mains input
•
Q2: UPS output
•
Q3: Manual bypass
•
MBS: Mechanical bypass switch
Dual Utility/Mains System
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Q1: Utility/mains input
•
Q2: UPS output
•
Q3: Manual bypass
•
Q5: Static bypass input
•
MBS: Mechanical bypass switch
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Parallel System
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Q1: Utility/mains input
•
Q2: UPS output
•
Q3: Manual bypass
•
Q4: System output
•
Q5: Static bypass input
Required Upstream Breaker Sizes in Single Systems
NOTE: The specified upstream breakers below are required to obtain the
conditional short circuit current rating, Icc at 30 kA symmetrical rms.
10 kVA
15 kVA
20 kVA
30 kVA
Input Q1
80% rated circuit breaker,
HGL36035, rating 35 A
80% rated circuit breaker,
HGL36060, rating 60 A
80% rated circuit breaker,
HGL36080, rating 80 A
80% rated circuit breaker,
HGL360110, rating 110 A
Bypass Q5
80% rated circuit breaker,
HGL36035, rating 35 A
80% rated circuit breaker,
HGL36060, rating 60 A
80% rated circuit breaker,
HGL36080, rating 80 A
80% rated circuit breaker,
HGL360110, rating 110 A
Output Q2 (A)
35
60
80
110
Manual bypass Q3
(A)
35
60
80
110
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Fuse and Breaker Sizes in Parallel Systems
Q3 and Q4 in Parallel Capacity Systems
Units in parallel
10 kVA
15 kVA
20 kVA
30 kVA
2 (A)
70
110
150
225
3 (A)
110
175
225
350
4 (A)
150
225
300
450
Q3 and Q4 in Redundant Parallel Systems (n+1)
Units in parallel
10 kVA
15 kVA
20 kVA
30 kVA
2 (A)
35
60
80
110
3 (A)
70
110
150
225
4 (A)
110
175
225
350
Minimum Breaker Settings 208 V
10 kVA
15 kVA
20 kVA
30 kVA
1.
16
800% overload
bypass operation
150% overload
normal/battery
operation
125% overload
normal/battery
operation
Continuously
Duration
500 ms
60 s
10 min
Input (A)
-1
-
-
34
Bypass (A)
223
-
-
31
Output (A)
223
42
35
31
Input (A)
-1
-
-
51
Bypass (A)
333
-
-
46
Output (A)
333
63 A
52
46
Input (A)
-1
-
-
68
Bypass (A)
444
-
-
62
Output (A)
444
84
70
62
Input (A)
-1
-
-
99
Bypass (A)
667
-
-
92
Output (A)
667
125
105
92
For single mains systems, use the higher value of input and static bypass
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Mechanical Assembly
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.
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.
Remove the Front Panel
1. Turn the screw to the right to the unlocked position.
2. Pull the top of the front panel away from the UPS.
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3. Lift the front panel free of the two slots at the bottom of the cabinet.
4. Lift the battery compartment cover free of the two slots at the bottom of the
cabinet (only applicable in Japanese configurations).
Floor Anchoring
Two floor anchoring options are available depending on the requirements in the
installation area:
•
For stability: Reuse the L-shaped brackets that held the cabinet to the pallet
during shipment for a stand-alone UPS.
•
For seismic anchoring: Use a baying kit that includes U-shaped seismic
anchoring brackets.
NOTE: Allow for enough working space behind the cabinet for electrical work to be
carried out (e.g. if you want to install a modular battery cabinet at a later stage).
NOTE: Hole positions are guidelines only.
Connect Floor Anchoring Brackets to the UPS and Modular Battery Cabinet for Stability
NOTE: Floor anchoring bolts are not provided with the UPS. Purchase the bolts
locally (minimum size: M8). Follow the specifications given by the manufacturer of
the floor anchoring system when bolting the UPS system to the floor.
NOTE: Recommended minimum number of screws per cabinet for the L-shaped
brackets is four; one in each corner. Recommended floor bolt size: M8.
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Hole Positions for a Stand-alone UPS Cabinet with L-Shaped Anchoring Brackets – Narrow UPS 352 mm
(13.85 in) and Wide UPS 523 mm (20.59 in)
1. Install the L-shaped floor anchoring brackets (reuse the two transport brackets)
and secure with the M6 screws and nuts (provided).
2. Drill two to six holes in the floor for each bracket and attach these with bolts.
Side view
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Remove the Modular Batteries from the UPS Cabinet(s)
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.
CAUTION
HAZARD OF PERSONAL INJURY
Two persons are required for lifting a modular battery module.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in injury or equipment
damage.
NOTE: When you remove modular batteries, start from the highest row and work
your way down.
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2
3
1
1. Remove all battery securing brackets (used to secure the batteries during
transport) by removing the M6 Torx screws.
2. Remove the blind plate.
3. To release the battery from its lock mechanism, gently push the modular battery
upwards and then pull it out while supporting the modular battery with your
other hand.
Hole Positions for Up to Four UPS Units in Parallel with U-Shaped Anchoring Brackets
NOTE: Recommended minimum number of floor screws for the two configurations
below is 10.
Narrow UPS 352 mm (13.85 in)
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Wide UPS 523 mm (20.59 in)
Install the Baying Kit for Interconnection of Cabinets and Seismic Anchoring (Option)
WARNING
HAZARD OF TILTING
Baying kits are required in seismic areas to prevent the cabinets from tilting
during seismic events.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or
equipment damage.
NOTE: Drill the floor holes according to your configuration as shown in Hole
Positions for Up to Four UPS Units in Parallel with U-Shaped Anchoring Brackets ,
page 22.
1. Remove the side panels from the cabinet(s) to get access to the holes in the
bottom frame.
UPS
UPS
NOTE: Make sure that the cabinets are level so that they can be anchored to
each other.
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2. Position two U-shaped floor anchoring brackets under one cabinet; one on each
side.
2
2
NOTE: The U-shaped anchoring brackets are 1-2 mm higher than the opening
below the cabinet to disengage the casters. Therefore, the cabinet must be
tilted when placing the U-shaped anchoring brackets under the cabinet.
3. On each side of the same cabinet insert a maximum of nine and a minimum of
two M8 screws (not provided) through holes in the bottom of the cabinet and
through holes in the U-shaped floor anchoring brackets, and into the predrilled
floor holes.
3
4. Fasten the screws.
4
5. Move the adjacent cabinet on its casters close to the cabinet with the U-shaped
floor anchoring brackets.
CAUTION
RISK OF EQUIPMENT DAMAGE
If the adjacent cabinet is on its leveling feet, use a forklift or pallet jack to
move it into position to avoid damaging the leveling feet.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in injury or equipment
damage.
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6. Insert the interconnection plates between the two cabinets. One is positioned
toward the front and the other toward the rear. Notice how the “wings” on the
interconnection plates rest in slots at the top of the inner panel.
UPS
UPS
6
7
7
7
7
7
7
10
5
8
7. Align the two cabinets and level the three marked rows of bolt holes in UPS 1
with the holes in UPS 2.
8. Push the two cabinets firmly together.
9. Bolt the two cabinets together using the six M6x25 mm screws and nuts
supplied in the kit; join one hole at the front and one hole at the rear of the
cabinets on three levels.
10.Position the third U-shaped floor anchoring bracket under the adjacent cabinet
(see previous graphics) and insert a minimum of two floor anchoring M8 screws
(not provided) through the holes in the bottom of the cabinet and through the
holes in the U-shaped floor anchoring bracket, and into the predrilled floor
holes, and then fasten the screws.
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Install Modular Battery Cabinets (Option)
Install Modular Battery Cabinets (Option)
Remove the Cable Landing Cover and Bottom Plates
DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION OR ARC FLASH
Before carrying out the steps below, the system must be in total power off and
the batteries must be removed.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
Modular battery
cabinet
UPS
1
1
4
4
3
3
2
2
1. Loosen the six M4 screws from the cable landing cover plate on the UPS and
the modular battery cabinet(s) and then remove the plates.
2. In installations with busbar connections, remove the screws from the bottom
plate on the UPS and the modular battery cabinet(s) and then remove the
plates.
3. Punch holes in the bottom of the conduit boxes to fit the size of the conduit
pipes.
4. Attach the bottom part of the conduit boxes to the back of the UPS and to the
back of the modular battery cabinet with four screws each (if applicable).
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Connect Battery Power in Installations with Busbars
DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION OR ARC FLASH
Before carrying out the steps below, the system must be in total power off and
the batteries must be removed.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
Isolator Installation Principle
The isolators separate the baying kit busbar from the six vertical busbars in each
modular battery cabinet, and the (+), N, and (-) busbars in the UPS.
1. Guide the busbar with isolator through the adjacent side panels.
2. Position the isolators across the vertical busbars (N in this example) and then
fasten the isolator busbar by using the provided M5 Torx screws.
3. Secure the isolator to its busbar with cable ties.
2
2
2
3
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Install Busbars in 523 mm (20.59 in) UPS System with the UPS Placed to the Left
Front view
Modular battery
cabinet
Modular battery
cabinet
UPS
2
1
2
1
2
1
1. Install the following baying kit busbars between the UPS and modular battery
cabinet 1:
•
880-1607 between vertical busbar N on the UPS and busbar 4 on modular
battery cabinet 1
•
880-1606 between vertical busbar (+) on the UPS and busbar 1 on modular
battery cabinet 1
•
880-1605 between busbar (-) on the UPS and busbar 6 on modular battery
cabinet 1
2. Install the following baying kit busbars between the two modular battery
cabinets:
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•
880-0926 between vertical busbar 3 on modular battery cabinet 1 and
busbar 4 on modular battery cabinet 2
•
880-0940 between vertical busbar 2 on modular battery cabinet 1 and
busbar 1 on modular battery cabinet 2
•
880-0941 between vertical busbar 5 on modular battery cabinet 1 and
busbar 6 on modular battery cabinet 2
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Install Busbars in 523 mm (20.59 in) UPS System with the UPS Placed to the Right
Front view
UPS
Modular battery
cabinet
-
Modular battery
cabinet
1
2
1
2
1
2
1. Install the following baying kit busbars between the UPS and modular battery
cabinet 1:
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880-1607 between vertical busbar N on the UPS and busbar 3 on modular
battery cabinet 1
•
880-1605 between vertical busbar (+) on the UPS and busbar 1 on modular
battery cabinet 1
•
880-1606 between vertical busbar (-) on the UPS and busbar 6 on modular
battery cabinet 1
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2. Install the following baying kit busbars between the two modular battery
cabinets:
•
880-0926 between vertical busbar 4 on modular battery cabinet 1 and
vertical busbar 3 on modular battery cabinet 2
•
880-0941 between vertical busbar 2 on modular battery cabinet 1 and
vertical busbar 2 on modular battery cabinet 2
•
880-0940 between vertical busbar 5 on modular battery cabinet 1 and
vertical busbar 5 on modular battery cabinet 2
Install Busbars in 352 mm (13.85 in) UPS System with the UPS Placed to the Right
Front view
Modular battery
cabinet
Modular battery
cabinet
UPS
2
1
2
1
2
1
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1. Install the following baying kit busbars between the UPS and modular battery
cabinet 1:
•
880-1604 between vertical busbar N on the UPS and busbar 4 on modular
battery cabinet 1
•
880-0939 between vertical busbar (+) on the UPS and busbar 1 on modular
battery cabinet 1
•
880-1604 between vertical busbar (-) on the UPS and busbar 6 on modular
battery cabinet 1
2. Install the following baying kit busbars between two modular battery cabinets:
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880-0926 between vertical busbar 3 on modular battery cabinet 1 and
busbar 4 on modular battery cabinet 2
•
880-0940 between vertical busbar 2 on modular battery cabinet 1 and
busbar 1 on modular battery cabinet 2
•
880-0941 between vertical busbar 5 on modular battery cabinet 1 and
busbar 6 on modular battery cabinet 2
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Install Busbars in 352 mm (13.85 in) UPS System with the UPS Placed to the Left
Front view
Modular battery
cabinet
UPS
Modular battery
cabinet
1
2
1
2
1
2
1. Install the following baying kit busbars between the UPS and modular battery
cabinet 1:
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•
880-1604 between vertical busbar N on the UPS and busbar 3 on modular
battery cabinet 1
•
880-1604 between vertical busbar (+) on the UPS and busbar 1 on modular
battery cabinet 1
•
880-0939 between vertical busbar (-) on the UPS and busbar 6 on modular
battery cabinet 1
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2. Install the following baying kit busbars between two modular battery cabinets:
•
880-0926 between vertical busbar 4 on modular battery cabinet 1 and
vertical busbar 3 on modular battery cabinet 2
•
880-0941 between vertical busbar 2 on modular battery cabinet 1 and
vertical busbar 1 on modular battery cabinet 2
•
880-0940 between vertical busbar 5 on modular battery cabinet 1 and
vertical busbar 6 on modular battery cabinet 2
Connect Battery Power in Installations with Cables
Connect Battery Cables Between the UPS and the Modular Battery Cabinet
DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION OR ARC FLASH
Before carrying out the steps below, the system must be in total power off and
the batteries must be removed.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION OR ARC FLASH
Each stand-alone cabinet must be separately connected to the equipotential
bonding system (protective earthing).
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
NOTE: The terminals are only suitable for connection of copper cables (not
supplied).
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Modular battery
cabinet
UPS
2
6
6
6
7
3
6
5
4
1
4
To modula r ba tte ry
cabinet 2
1. In the UPS, feed the battery cables up through the conduit box or through the
transparent cable route bracket (not shown).
2. Connect the BAT+, BAT-, N, and ground cables to the outer part of the busbars
in the UPS as shown.
3. Fasten the battery cables to the perforated bracket with cable ties.
4. Equip the battery cables with conduits (if applicable).
5. In the modular battery cabinet, feed the battery cables up through the conduit
box (if applicable) to the cable landing area.
6. Connect the (+) cable to busbar number 1 (+), connect the N cable to busbar
number 4 (N), the (-) cable to busbar number 6 (-), and the ground cable to the
terminal in the top of the cabinet. Bundle the battery cables using the supplied
cable ties.
7. Fasten the battery cables to the perforated bracket with cable ties.
8. Attach the top part of the conduit box (if applicable).
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Connect Battery Cables Between Two Modular Battery Cabinets
DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION OR ARC FLASH
Before carrying out the steps below, the system must be in total power off and
the batteries must be removed.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION OR ARC FLASH
Each stand-alone cabinet must be separately connected to the equipotential
bonding system (protective earthing).
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
NOTE: The terminals are only suitable for connection of copper cables (not
supplied).
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Rear view
Modular battery
cabinet 2
Modular battery
cabinet 1
6
6
2
2
6
2
3
7
1
5
4
From UPS
1. Feed the battery cables up through the conduit box on modular battery cabinet
1 or through the transparent cable route bracket (not shown) to the cable
connection area.
2. Connect the (-) cable to busbar number 5 (-), the N cable to busbar number 3
(N), the (+) cable to busbar number 2 (+) in modular battery cabinet 1, and the
ground cable to the terminal in the top of the cabinet.
3. Fasten the battery cables to the perforated bracket with cable ties.
4. Equip the battery cables with conduits (if applicable).
5. Feed the battery cables up into the conduit box on modular battery cabinet 2.
6. Connect the (-) cable to busbar number 6 (-), the N cable to busbar number 4
(N), and the (+) cable to busbar number 1 (+) in modular battery cabinet 2, and
the ground cable to the terminal in the top of the cabinet. Bundle the battery
cables using the supplied cable ties.
7. Fasten the battery cables to the perforated bracket with cable ties.
8. Attach the top part of the conduit box (if applicable).
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Single Feed without MBP
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Dual Feed without MBP
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Prepare for Cables
Bottom Cable Entry
DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION OR ARC FLASH
Before carrying out the steps below, the system must be in total power off and
the batteries must be removed.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
1. From the rear of the UPS and modular battery cabinets, loosen the six M4
screws from the upper cover plate (the cable landing area) on the UPS and the
modular battery cabinet, and remove. Save the screws for later use
2. In installations with busbar connections, remove the screws from the bottom
plate on the UPS and the modular battery cabinet(s) and then remove the
plates.
3. Punch holes in the bottom of the conduit boxes to fit the size of the conduit
pipes.
4. Attach the bottom part of the conduit boxes to the back of the UPS and the
modular battery cabinet with four M4 screws each (if applicable).
Modular battery
cabinet
UPS
1
1
4
4
3
3
2
2
5. Attach conduits to the conduit box.
6. Run the cables through the conduits, through the bottom of the conduit box, and
up into the cable landing area.
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7. Attach the conduit box tops to the conduit box bottoms (two or three M4 screws
depending on cabinet size) and to the cabinets (two M4 screws).
8. Fasten the cables with cable ties.
6
7
7
5
8
A B
C D
A. Bypass cables
B. Output cables
C. Battery cables
D. Input cables
Connect the Input, Bypass, and Output Cables
DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION AND ARC FLASH
Use ONLY compression type lugs. Do not loosen or add cables to any factory
preinstalled cables on busbars. Use the outer part of the busbar for connection
only.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
NOTE: The terminals are only suitable for connection of copper cables.
NOTE: If 3–wiring is required, do not connect the neutral to the input cable
landings and the output cable landings.
3:3 Single Mains
DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION, OR ARC FLASH
Connect only cables to the outer part of the busbars, never to the inner part of
the busbars, as shown on illustration.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
1. Connect the AC input cables and the neutral to the input cable landings.
2. Connect the AC output cables and the neutral to the output cable landings.
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3. Connect the ground cables to the studs (earth symbol beneath) using a screw.
Rear View of the UPS Cabinet
1
2
3
3:3 Dual Mains
DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION, OR ARC FLASH
Connect only cables to the outer part of the busbars, never to the inner part of
the busbars, as shown on illustration.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
1. Remove the three busbars A, B, and C by removing two M6 screws from each
busbar.
Rear View of the UPS Cabinet
C
A
B
1
A
2. Connect the AC input cables and the neutral to the input cable landings.
3. Connect the bypass cables and the neutral to the bypass cable landings.
4. Connect the output cables and the neutral to the output cable landings.
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5. Connect the ground cables to the studs (earth symbol beneath) using a screw.
Rear view
3
2
4
5
Connect the Battery Cables to Third Party Batteries (if Applicable)
DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION, OR ARC FLASH
Connect only cables to the outer part of the busbars, never to the inner part of
the busbars, as shown on illustration.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
1. Connect the battery cables BAT+, BAT-, and N to the battery cable landings.
Bundle the battery cables using the supplied cable ties.
Rear View of the UPS Cabinet
1
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Connect the Communication Cables
Prepare for Communication Cables
DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION OR ARC FLASH
Make sure that the UPS is completely OFF as the connectors are very close to
the power busbars.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
NOTE: Before connecting the communication cables, place the two supplied
ferrites over the communication cables. Run the cable three times through the
ferrite to reduce noise.
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Overview of the Pin Connections
J108 pin connections:
Rear view
1. Normally open EPO
2. Normally open EPO return
3. Normally closed EPO
4. Normaly closed EPO return
5. +24 V SELV supply
6. SELV ground
J106 pin connections:
1. Battery measurement return2
2. Max. battery temperature2
3. Battery unit quantity2
4. Battery measurement supply2
5. Q3 active
6. Q3 active return
7. External control of charging
8. Ext. charging control return
J106
Pins 1 to 4 are for battery measurement (only applicable to Galaxy 3500 modular
battery cabinets).
Pins 5 and 6 are for external maintenance bypass Q3 (auxiliary switch N/C type).
When Q3 is closed, signals are fed back to the UPS controller.
Pins 7 and 8 are for external charge control. When 7 and 8 are closed, the UPS
charges batteries with a predefined percentage (0–25–50–75–100%) of the
maximum charging power. To be used in generator applications, or if special codes
require control of charging. When Q3 is closed, signals are fed back to the UPS
controller.
Connect EPO in Single Systems
•
Use only 1-1½ mm² copper wire for the connection of the EPO (Emergency
Power Off) and other optional equipment.
•
The UPS must be connected to either a dry contact or a 24 VDC EPO switch.
The external EPO +24 VDC, 1500 mA circuit can be supplied through other
vendors.
2.
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Should be used with Schneider Electric modular battery cabinets
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1. Connect the EPO cable using one of the following four wiring configurations:
– Dry Contacts Normally Open: EPO is activated when pin 1 is connected to
pins 3 and 5. Connections: 2-4-6, 3-5, and 1 .
– +24 V Normally Open: EPO is activated when an isolated SELV 24 VDC
voltage is supplied on pin 1 with reference to pin 2. Connections: 3-5 and 46.
– Dry Contacts Normally Closed: EPO is activated when a connection from
pin 3 to 5 is opened. Connections: 4-6.
– +24 V Normally Closed: EPO is activated when a SELV 24 VDC voltage is
removed from pin 3 with reference to pin 4.
Connect EPO in Parallel Systems
In parallel systems each UPS unit must have a separate dry contact (voltage free)
external to the UPS connected to J108.
CAUTION
RISK OF ERRATIC UPS BEHAVIOR
For parallel and separate systems with common EPO, each UPS unit must be
connected to a separate dry contact external to the UPS, because parallel EPO
wiring between more UPS units can result in erratic UPS behavior.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in injury or equipment
damage.
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Schneider Electric recommends a Dry Contacts Normally Closed EPO
installation of the UPS units in parallel – shown in the illustration below for four
UPSs in parallel. Each UPS is connected to a separate dry contactor.
Dry Contacts Normally Closed EPO installation
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Connect Communication Cables between UPS and Modular
Battery Cabinet
Modular battery
cabinet
UPS
1
3
2
2
1
1. Feed the communication cable from pin connection J106 in the UPS down
through the conduit (if applicable).
2. Run the communication cable up into the modular battery cabinet conduit and
connect it to pin connection J200.
3. If you use a second modular battery cabinet, run the communication cable from
pin connection J204 in modular battery cabinet 1 to pin connection J200 in
modular battery cabinet 2.
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Connect Schneider Electric Communication Options
NOTE: The cable routing of the power chute software and the temperature sensor
is identical.
NOTE: The temperature sensor is provided in a plastic bag attached behind the
front panel in the UPS.
1. Remove the two screws from the cable inlet at the front and remove the cable
inlet plate.
2. Guide the communication cable through the hole in the bottom plate and up
through the cable inlet.
3. Guide the communication cable through the side panel hole and run the
communication cable upwards inside the panel.
4. Pull the communication cable out of the side panel through the hole closest to
the network management card area.
5. Plug the communication cable into the probe socket/PowerChute inlet.
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6. Reattach the cable inlet plate.
5
4
3
6
2
1
Connect Communication Cables in Parallel System
Overview of the PBus Cables
NOTE: The cables must be run by the electrician but not attached. The field
service engineer from Schneider Electric will attach all cables to the UPS unit(s)
and install the parallel communication box. The below is for overview only.
NOTE: The PBus cables are labelled PBus 1 and PBus 2.
NOTE: PBus 1 cables must be kept together, and PBus 2 cables must be kept
together. If you by mistake run a cable between a PBUS1 terminal and a PBUS2
terminal, you will be notified by the display.
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NOTE: All PBus cables must be installed with a ferrite (supplied).
NOTE: If the configuration consists of only two UPS units, the terminators must be
installed in UPS 1 and 2. With three UPS units, the terminators must be installed in
UPS 1 and 3.
Prepare for Cables
Remove the Batteries
NOTE: See Remove the Modular Batteries from the UPS Cabinet(s), page 21 for
information on how to remove the modular batteries.
Run the Communication Cables
NOTE: The cabinets in a parallel system can be stand-alone cabinets, or they can
be bayed together with interconnection plates. For stand-alone cabinets the
communication cables can be run in conduits (if applicable).
There are three different ways of routing the communication cables:
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Stand-alone UPS cabinets (without conduits and without interconnection
plates)
•
UPS cabinets bayed together (without conduits and with interconnection plates)
•
Stand-alone UPS cabinets and UPS cabinets bayed together (with conduits
and optional interconnection plates)
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Stand-Alone UPS Cabinets without Conduits and
Interconnection Plates
UPS 1
UPS 2
ABus
ABus
7
PBus
3 PBus
6
PBus
4
5
7
7
8
2
7
8
2
1. Remove the front panel (not shown).
2. Loosen the two screws from the cable inlet plates at the bottom plate of UPS 1
and UPS 2 and then remove the plates.
3. From UPS 1: Run the two PBus cables to the slots on the left side of the cabinet
and down inside the panel.
4. From the lowest slot, fish out the cables from the side panel and run these down
through the cable inlet and through the round hole at the bottom.
5. Run the PBus cables to UPS 2 and to the slots on the left side of the cabinet
and up inside the panel.
6. Take out the PBus cables and leave these unattached to the parallel box.
7. Run the ABus cable from the maintenance bypass panel to the slots on the left
side of the cabinet and up inside the panel the same way as for the PBus
cables.
8. Reattach the cable inlet covers.
9. Fasten the cables with cables ties.
10.If applicable: Route the PBus and ABus cables into UPS 3 and UPS 4 in the
same way.
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UPS Cabinets Bayed Together without Conduits
UPS 1
UPS 2
ABus
ABus
7
PBus
3
PBus
6
PBus
5
4
7
8
2
8
2
7
1. Remove the front panel and the top plate (not shown).
2. Loosen the two screws from the cable inlet plates at the bottom plate of UPS 1
and UPS 2 and then remove the plates.
3. From UPS 1: Run the two PBus cables to the slots on the left side of the cabinet
and down inside the panel.
4. From the lowest slot, take out the cables from the side panel, run the cables
across and through the cable inlets of the two side panels.
5. From the bottom of UPS 2, run the PBus cables to the slots on the left side of
the cabinet and up inside the panel.
6. Take out the PBus cables and leave these unattached.
7. Run the ABus cable from the maintenance bypass panel to the slots on the left
side of the cabinet and up inside the panel the same way as for the PBus
cables.
8. Reattach the cable inlet cover plates.
9. Fasten the cables with cable ties.
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10.If applicable: Route the PBus and ABus cables into UPS 3 and UPS 4 in the
same way.
Stand-Alone UPS Cabinets or UPS Cabinets Bayed Together
with Conduits
NOTE: When cabinets are assembled with interconnection plates and bolted
together, the PBus cables can be run inside the cabinets and then only the ABus
cable has to be run in a conduit (if applicable).
1. Remove the front panel (not shown).
2. Remove the top plate:
a. Loosen the six screws of the top plate (four in the front and two in the back).
b. Lift up from the back and push forward to free the plate.
c. Leave the plate unattached on top of the UPS.
Front and Rear View of the UPS
A
2
A
3. Remove the conduit plate at the back of the UPS top plate and drill holes
centered in the small predrilled holes. 20 mm (3/4 in) is recommended for
conduits.
Rear View of the Top Plate
4. Run the ABus and the PBus cables through the conduit holes into the inside of
the top plate on UPS 1. Leave the cables on top of the UPS.
5. Attach conduits with 20 mm (3/4 in) fittings (not supplied).
6. Run conduits with PBus cables to UPS 2. Pull the cables through the conduit
plate on the top plate and leave the cables on top of the UPS as shown.
7. Attach conduits to UPS 2 with 20 mm (3/4 in) fittings (not supplied).
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8. Run the ABus cables (in conduits if applicable) to the maintenance bypass
panel.
Rear View of the UPS Cabinets
UP S 2
UP S 1
6
4
7
5
8
8
9. Reinstall the top plate.
10.If applicable: Route the PBus and ABus cables into UPS 3 and UPS 4 in the
same way.
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Final Mechanical Installation
Install Batteries and Connect Battery Securing Brackets
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.
NOTE: The battery securing brackets are only used in non-seismic areas for
stability, and when seismic battery locks are not part of the installation.
Front view
1. Install the batteries by pushing them all the way into the cabinet.
2. Optional: Rotate the battery securing brackets (A) 180° from how they were
positioned on arrival and install them to hold the batteries firmly in place.
NOTE: Battery securing brackets are delivered with the UPS and modular
battery cabinet and installed in front of the batteries. Battery securing brackets
for additional batteries can be purchased. Refer to option SUVTOPT003: APC
Smart-UPS VT Battery Lock Kit for one Battery Module (two batteries).
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Reinstall the Top Plate and the Front Panel
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1. Reinstall the top plate by fastening the four screws at the front and the two
screws at the back.
2. Insert the two taps at the bottom of the front panel into the two slots at the
bottom of the cabinet.
3. Push the front panel forward until it engages the locking devices at the top of
the cabinet.
4. Use a screwdriver to set the lock mechanism to the locked position.
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