ABB Technology Day, Cape Town, May 21st & 22nd 2014
ABB UPS
Pioneers of True Modular &
Transformerless UPS
Milestones 1993–2012
From Newave to ABB
2012 march
Newave
becomes part of ABB
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April 2014
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ABB Ups Operations Today
Full Surface:
Production Area:
12’000 m2
7’800 m2
Production Capacity:12’000 3 Phase UPS / Year
Expansion Capability : 7’800 m2
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Business Unit Power Electronics
UPS as a new product group
Power
Electronics

Advanced power electronics
Converter products
Excitation systems
High power rectifiers
Power quality products

Service
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

Traction
Converters
Wind & Solar

Solar Inveters

Wind Tower generators

Control Systems

Mass Transit and Auxiliary
Converters
 Propulsion Converters
 Auxiliary Power
Converters
 Battery Chargers

High Power Propulsion
for Locomotives and
High-Speed Trains

Service
Service
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EV Charging
(Epyon)
Power
Protection
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
DC Fast Chargers and
Systems
AC Chargers (Systems)
On-line UPS systems
1-phase 1.0 - 20kVA
3-phase 7.5 - 5000kVA

Service

Industrial UPS Systems

Services

Our Group
Newave SA Switzerland
Product Group HQ
Quartino
Sales (Partners)
Marketing
R&D
Engineering
Production
Administration
Quality, Safety
Europe (35)
Africa ( 6 )
M.East (12)
Asia (9)
Oceania (3)
Latin America (13)
N. America (1)
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ABB UPS
Companies
Switzerland
Germany
Netherland
Spain
Finland
Austria
Italy
India
China
Brazil
Mexico
Academy
The Newave Academy’s primary purpose is to
develop excellence by consistently training
sales and service teams. Our dedicated
instructors teach basic and advanced
competences (courses on all important topics)
which allow sales and service professionals to
make the right decisions, propose the right
solutions and ensure excellent quality of service
regardless of the application.
The Newave Academy offers training courses
on all aspects of the sales, service and system
engineering to guarantee the availability of
installed Newave UPS systems, the protection
of critical loads and the safety of service
engineers.
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April 2014
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Power Protection – Product range
Commercial
Double Conversion
Double Conversion
Standalone
Double Conversion
Modular UPS
UPS
Product
Major Market
Segments
Industrial
Static Switch and
Power Distribution
Single Conversion
UPS
Industrial UPS
Power Conditioning
& Chargers
PowerValue
DPA Upscale
Superswitch
Cyberwave
PowerScale
Conceptpower DPA
Cyberex ZF
RBE II
PowerWave 33
DPA 500
PDUs, FaultGuard

I.T

Computer Rooms

Data Centers

Data Center

Health

Finance

Finance

Health

Telecom

Infrastructure

Infrastructure

Telecom

Industry

Security

Data Center

General Industry
PCS100 AVC
PCS100 UPS-I
PCS100 RPC
PCS100 SFC
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Process Automation
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Data Center

General Industry
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Oil & Gas

General Industry

Process Automation

Power Generation

Process Automation

Water Processing
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Water Processing
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Water Processing

Food & Beverage

Aluminium Plants

Food & Beverage

Military
Pictures
Power Range
Compliancy
1 kVA to 500 kW
10 kw to 500 kw
Parallel to 5 MW
Parallel to 3 MW
IEC
IEC
UPS (CH - Quartino)
Up to 4000A STS,
600 KW PDM
UL - IEC
Up to 150kVA
150 kVA to 3 MVA
(parallel)
125 kVA – 20 MVA
(parallel)
UL - IEC
IEC - UL
IEC - UL
Power Solutions (US - Richmond)
Power Conditioning (NZ - Napier)
Creating Trends
Trend N°1*
Transformerless UPS
Trend N°2**
Modularity
“For the first time in the threephase UPS market, revenues for
transformerless three-phase UPS
were greater than those for
transformer-based three-phase in
2008. This shift in product topology
was decisive, and is anticipated to
continue to grow in coming years
as the efficiency, size and
manufacturing cost benefits of
transformerless technology win
over customers...”
“The financial crisis has given
IT executives who are willing
to make tough decisions
a platform to significantly rationalize
their data centre and IT infrastructure,
and cut up
to 50% of current costs, which they
can potentially leverage into new
investments to make their
organization more efficient or
competitive.”
*Source: IMS Research June 2010
** Source: Steve Sams, VP Global Site
and Facilities, IBM
Steve Sams, VP
Global Site and Facilities, IBM
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April 2014
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ABB UPS Concepts
Transformer UPS Design
Maintenance Bypass
Line 1
Bypass
400 Vac
Line 2
~
340 Vdc
=
Battery
April 2014
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200 Vac
~
Inverter
Rectifier
© ABB Group
=
400 Vac
Load
Output Transformer (1:2)
ABB UPS Concepts
Transformerless UPS Design
Maintenance Bypass
Line 1
Bypass
400 Vac
Line 2
~
340 Vdc
=
Rectifier
=
700 Vdc
=
Booster
=
=
400 Vac
~
Inverter
= Battery
Charger
Battery
• Variation in number of blocks (40-50) allowed in order to adjust autonomy times
• Separate battery chargers provide improved rippleless charging
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April 2014
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Load
ABB UPS Concepts
Transformerless UPS Design
Efficiency (%)
Transformer vs. Transformeless
97
96
95
94
93
92
91
90
89
88
Transformerless
Transformer based
25%
50%
75%
Load (%)
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April 2014
20 settembre 2012
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100%
ABB UPS Concepts
Transformerless UPS Design
No transformer = Less noises, less filters, less hardware, smaller size
= Less Cooling, higher efficiency, lower weight, less space
• Efficiency > 95% - no or little additional cooling necessary
• Small physical size; Light weight: 500 kVA = 1000 kg
• Small footprint – no additional cabinet for 12 pulse or battery cabinet needed
• Variation of number of battery blocks allowed
• Separate battery charger ensures correct ripple free
• Input current distortion < 3% - no additional input filters
• High input power factor (0.99)
© ABB Group
April 2014
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ABB UPS Concepts
Modularity
MAINS 1
MAINS 2
CRITICAL LOAD
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April 2014
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ABB UPS Concepts
True Modularity
MAINS 1
MAINS 2
DPA
CONTROL
PANNEL
DPA CENTRAL
PROCESSING
UNIT
DPA
POWER
DPA
CONTROL
PANNEL
DPA CENTRAL
PROCESSING
UNIT
DPA
POWER
DPA
CONTROL
PANNEL
DPA CENTRAL
PROCESSING
UNIT
DPA
POWER
UNIT
UNIT
UNIT
DPA STATIC
BP SWITCH
DPA STATIC
BP SWITCH
DPA STATIC
BP SWITCH
CRITICAL LOAD
Each Module is a complete UPS!
© ABB Group
April 2014
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DPA
BATTERY
PACKS
DPA
BATTERY
PACKS
DPA
BATTERY
PACKS
Contents
© ABB Group
April 2014
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Company Profile

UPS Design Evolution

Modular System Design

Parallel Architectures

Value Proposition

Product line
Modular Technology
What is your definition of Modular?
© ABB Group
April 2014
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Modular Architectures
Parallel System Architectures are designed to increase Power
Protection Availability, which cannot be achieved by single UPS’s.
Parallel Architectures available today:
• Central Parallel Architecture
(CPA)
• Decentralized Parallel Architecture (DPA)TM
These 2 architectures differ by the level of decentralization of their
building blocks
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April 2014
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Modular Architectures
Centralized Parallel Architecture (CPA)
In a Centralized Parallel Architectures
the system is composed of common
system building blocks:
•
•
•
•
CPU
Control Panel
Static Bypass Switch
Battery
MAINS 1
CENTRAL
PROCESSING
UNIT
MAINS 2
CENTRAL
CONTROL
PANNEL
Redundant
POWER
UNIT
CENTRAL
Redundant
POWER
BATTERY
PACKS
UNIT
The only Decentralized Parts are
the Power Units.
Redundant
POWER
UNIT
CENTRAL
STATIC BP
SWITCH
CRITICAL LOAD
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April 2014
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ABB UPS Concepts
True Modularity
Decentralized Parallel
Architecture (DPA)TM
distributes the entire UPS
Hardware and Software
into each module.
A DPA systems includes
distributed/decentralized:
•
•
•
•
•
CPU;
Control Panel;
Static Bypass Switch;
Power Unit and
Separate Battery
MAINS 1
MAINS 2
DPA
CONTROL
PANNEL
DPA CENTRAL
PROCESSING
UNIT
DPA
POWER
DPA
CONTROL
PANNEL
DPA CENTRAL
PROCESSING
UNIT
DPA
POWER
DPA
CONTROL
PANNEL
DPA CENTRAL
PROCESSING
UNIT
DPA
POWER
UNIT
UNIT
UNIT
CRITICAL LOAD
© ABB Group
April 2014
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DPA STATIC
BP SWITCH
DPA STATIC
BP SWITCH
DPA STATIC
BP SWITCH
DPA
BATTERY
PACKS
DPA
BATTERY
PACKS
DPA
BATTERY
PACKS
Modular Technology
© ABB Group
April 2014
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Modular Technology
Added Value
Safe Swap
• Easy maintenance (MTTR)
• No risks for the load
• No dangers for the technician
• Increase number of modules
with no supply interruptions
© ABB Group
April 2014
20 settembre 2012
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Newave Energy AG
21
Newave UPS Concepts
DPA - Decentralized Parallel Architecture
• True system redundancy
• No single point of failure
(increased availability)
• Enhanced serviceability
• High level of flexibility
• Reduced Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
• Low weight of modules
• Low footprint
• Multi Master-Slave Technology through a
simplified BUS Communication
• Back Feed protection integrated
• Safe swap
© ABB Group
April 2014
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Contents
© ABB Group
April 2014
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
Company Profile

UPS Design Evolution

Modular System Design

Parallel Architectures

Value Proposition

Product line
Our Value
1) High Availability
• Highest classification (IEC 62040-3 class: VFI-SS-111)
UPS topology: double-conversion – designed to handle all types of power failures
• Latest IGBT technology with DSP controls  High MTBF
• Parallel redundant configurations with Distributed Parallel Architecture (DPA)  Very High MTBF
• Fast and efficient repair due to modularity with safe swap feature  Low MTTR
2) Low TCO
• Low initial investment, top of the line performance allows smaller upstream sizing, less cooling
capacity, smallest foot print
• Low operating costs, efficiency in double conversion mode 96%, in ECO mode >99%, savings
in electricity costs, less cooling costs
• Modularity allow for cost efficient scalability and concurrent maintenance
3) Sustainability and green values
• Efficiency  lower carbon emissions
• Green (energy saving) manufacturing, recycling, (ISO 14001)  low carbon footprint, no
waste/pollution
• Swiss quality  long life cycle with minimum waste
• Low size and weight  savings in footprint
© ABB Group
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Our Value
Meeting customers needs
© ABB Group
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•
Minimize interruptions (Availability)
•
Respect requirements of an enterprise in expansion
(Flexibility)
•
Continuous growth of energy consumption lowering
the costs (Efficiency)
•
Reliability respecting the performance (Service)
How to increase mains availability
Availability
Redundancy
UPS
Single UPS configuration
MTBF = 50’000 to 200’000 hrs
Years = 6 to 23
UPS
UPS
Parallel redundant configuration
(N+1 redundancy degree)
MTBF = 150’000 to 500’000 hrs
Years = 17 to 57
© ABB Group
April 2014
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Availability
Modularity
UPS
UPS
 =

 + 
Non Modular (1+1)
Redundant
Configuration
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April 2014
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Modular (3+1)
Redundant
Configuration
MTBF
600’000
500’000
MTTR
6h
0.5h
Availability
0,999990 (5 nines)
0,9999990 (6 nines)
Availability
New service concept
UPS
UPS
Standalone
Spares
Kit
1 Hr,2Hr, 3Hr…?
Modular
Spare Module
© ABB Group
April 2014
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15-30 minutes
Contents
© ABB Group
April 2014
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
Company Profile

UPS Design Evolution

Modular System Design

Parallel Architectures

Value Proposition

Product line
The Product Line
Contents

Newave product strategy

Rack-mountable Modular UPS

Standalone UPS

Connectivity & Management Systems

Common Features & Benefits
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Product Development Strategy

Newave Products are developed around 5 main criteria

High availability and reduced downtime / MTTR

Flexibility and Scalability – pay as you grow

Highest efficiency at operating conditions
(50% - 75% load) – lowest TCO

Minimal space requirements – Compact design

Reduced environmental impact
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April 2014
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The Product Line
Contents

Newave product strategy

Rack-mountable Modular UPS

Standalone UPS

Connectivity & Management Systems

Common Features & Benefits
© ABB Group
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Rack-mountable Modular UPS
Conceptpower DPA
DPA UPScale
Conceptpower DPA
Upgrade 250
DPA UPScale ST
10kVA – 1.5 MVA
up to 30 Modules
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ST 10 – 200 kW
up to 10 Modules
DPA UPScale RI
RI 10-80 kW
up to 4 Modules
Conceptpower DPA
Technical Specifications
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April 2014
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Cabinet Type
Safe-Swap modular / rack
Power Range
30kVA – 1.5MVA
Individual power range per module
24/32/40kW
Maximum power per frame
50/150/250kVA
Maximum power (n+1 Redundancy)
1200kW
Parallelable up to
30 Modules
Rated output voltages
380/220;400/230,415/240V three phase
Input current distortion THDI
<3%
Input power factor (PF)
0.99
Output power factory
0.8
Classification acc. IEC/EN 62040-3
VFI-SS-111
Working mode
on-line double conversion
Efficiency
up to 95.5%
Power density per m²
up to 342kW/m²
Maximal weight w/out batteries
from 224kg up to 490kg
Battery compartment
Internal or external matching cabinets
Maintenance bypass
standard
Scalability (n+1) capable
Yes (horizontal + vertical)
Conceptpower DPA
Modularity Design
Control
Logic
100%
continuous duty
static switch
Redundant
Power supplies
Power
Board
Integration power
components
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High Frequency
IGBT/PWM Inverter
Conceptpower DPA
Power Range 30 – 1500 kVA
730x800x1650
7x40 x 7/9Ah
Total 280 Blocks
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730x800x1975
3x2x40x7/9Ah
Total 240 blocks
UPGRADE FRAME 250kVA
TRIPLE FRAME 150kVA
CLASSIC FRAME 50kVA
Safe-Swap DPA Models
730x800x1975
External battery
Only
Wide DPA-Module
24kW/30kVA
32kW/40kVA
40kW/50kVA
663x225x720
44 up to 56 kg
DPA UPScale ST
Technical Specifications
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Cabinet Type
Safe-Swap modular (rack)
Working mode
on-line double conversion
Output power factory
1.0
Individual power range per module
10/20kW
Maximum power per frame
40/60/80/120/200kW
System Power Range
10 - 200kVA
Parallelable up to
10 Modules in the same frame
Maximum power (n+1 Redundancy)
180kW
Efficiency
up to 95.5%
Parallelable up to
10 Modules
Maximal weight w/out batteries
from 115kg up to 263kg
Module weight
21.5kg (20kW)
Rated output voltages
380/220;400/230,415/240V three phase
Input current distortion THDI
<3%
Input power factor (PF)
0.99
Classification acc. IEC/EN 62040-3
VFI-SS-111
Power density per m²
up to 472kW/m²
Battery compartment
internal or external matching cabinets
Maintenance bypass
standard in each modules
DPA UPScaleTM
Power Range 10-120 kW
UPScale ST 60
UPScale ST200
19” UPScale Modules :
UPScale M10
UPScale M20
10kW / 10kVA
UPScale ST 40
20kW / 20kVA
UPScale ST 80
HU = 3
WxHxD 488x132x488
18.3 kg and 21.5 kg
WxHxD 550x1135x767
WxHxD 550x1975x757
2 x 40 x 7.2/9Ah
Total 80 blocks
3 x (2x40) x 7.2/9Ah
Total 240 blocks
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WxHxD 550x1135x767
External Batt. ONLY
WxHxD 550x1975x767
External Batt. ONLY
DPA UPScale RI
Technical Specifications
© ABB Group
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Enclosure Type
19’’ rack-mountable
Working mode
on-line double conversion
Output power factory
1.0
Individual power range per module
10/20kW
Maximum power per frame
20/40/80kW
System Power Range
10kW – 80kW
Maximum power (n+1 Redundancy)
60kW
Efficiency
up to 95.5%
Parallelable up to
4 Modules (single frame)
Maximal weight w/out batteries
from 59kg up to 136kg
Module weight
21.5kg (20kW)
Rated output voltages
380/220;400/230,415/240V three phase
Input current distortion THDI
<3%
Input power factor (PF)
0.99
Classification acc. IEC/EN 62040-3
VFI-SS-111
Power density per m²
up to 122kW/m²
Battery compartment
Internal or external
Maintenance bypass
standard
DPA UPScale RI 10-80 kW
Rack-Independent Models
19” UPScale Modules :
UPScale M10
UPScale M20
UPScale RI 12
10kW / 10kVA
20kW / 20kVA
UPScale RI 11
UPScale RI 10
WxHxD 488x132x488
18.3 kg and 21.5 kg
WxHxD 488x487x732
(11Hu)
No internal Batteries
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WxHxD 488x487x732
(11Hu)
1 x 40 x 7.2/9Ah
Total 40 blocks
WxHxD 488x665x732
(15HU)
2x40 x 7.2/9Ah
Total 80 blocks
DPA UPScale RI 10-80 kW
Rack-Independent Models
UPScale RI 24
UPScale RI 22
UPScale RI 40
10kW / 10kVA
UPScale RI 20
20kW / 20kVA
HU = 3
WxHxD 488x132x488
18.3 kg and 21.5 kg
WxHxD 488x665x732
(15HU)
No internal Battery
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WxHxD 488x798x732
(18HU)
2x40 x 7.2/9Ah
Total 80 blocks
WxHxD 488x1153x732
(26HU)
4x40 x 7.2/9Ah
Total 160 blocks
WxHxD 488x798x732
(18HU)
No internal Battery
Conceptpower DPA 500
Best-in-class modular UPS
Conceptpower DPA 500
True modularity with fault tolerant DPA architecture

100 kW rated power module

Each module can operate fully independently, thanks to
ABB’s Decentralized Paralleling Architecture (DPA)

5 modules in a single DPA 500 frame

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
Amazing 500kW secured power in only 1.5 m²

All modules are fully redundant with each other
DPA 500 frame completes the system:

Bypass input breaker, battery fuse and output
isolation switch for each module, dedicated.

System maintenance bypass switch included

System cabling supports both, single and dual input
feed

Battery can be managed as separate for each module
– or as common to system
Conceptpower DPA 500
Ultimate scalability

6 frames can be further connected in parallel to achieve amazing 3 MW system total
power

Multiple benefits follow from the advanced scalability:
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Adding capacity to system is easy

Adding redundancy to increase availability and reliability becomes easy

Standardizing UPS system to serve load segments of different sizes is reality
Conceptpower DPA 500
Highest availability – lowest cost of ownership
Highest availability – Zero down time
• True redundancy with fault tolerant DPA
architecture
•
Modular architecture: Minimized initial
investment – Pay as you grow
•
Compact size and small footprint
•
Fast and easy maintenance without downtime
with On-line swappable modules
•
•
True scalability; flexible power upgrades and
downgrades
Reduced electricity consumption with high
double conversion efficiency, 96% (Eco-Mode
>99%)
•
Concurrent, easy and fast maintenance
Lowest total cost of ownership (TCO)
© ABB Group
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Conceptpower DPA 500
Highlights
Serviceability:
• Online Swap Modularity (OSM)
•
Online serviceability
•
Top or bottom cable entry (standard)
Human Machine Interface
•
Graphical display on system level
•
DPA displays in each module
© ABB Group
April 2014
Conceptpower DPA 500
Scalability example
3000kW + 3000kW system
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Conceptpower DPA 500
Standardization of power protection
Modular scalability enables the users with various
types and sizes of data centers to:
 Optimize the solution according to the needs
of each data center or each load segment
 Gain savings due to simple and standardized
power protection concept - And service
concept
All this at the same time!!
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April 2014
The Product Line
Contents

Newave product strategy

Rack-mountable Modular UPS

Standalone UPS

Connectivity & Management Systems

Common Features & Benefits
© ABB Group
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Standalone UPS
PowerScale
Powerwave 33
10kVA – 1MVA
60kW – 5MW
60/80/100kW
(up to 20 units in parallel)
(up to 10 units in parallel)
120/160/200kW
10/15/20/25/30/40/50kVA
250/300kW
400/500kW
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PowerScale
Technical Specifications
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Cabinet Type
Stand Alone
Working mode
on-line double conversion
Power Range
10/15/20/25/30/49/50 kVA
Output power factor (PF)
0.9
Efficiency
up to 95.5%
Parallelable up to
20 Systems
Maximum power (n+1 Redundancy)
1.0 MVA
Scalable (n+1) capable
Yes (horizontal)
Rated output voltages
380/220;400/230,415/240V three phase
Input current distortion THDI
<3,0%
Input power factor (PF)
0.99
Classification acc.IEC/EN 62040-3
VFI-SS-111
Power density per m²
33 up to 112 kW/m²
Maximal weight w/out batteries
from 60kg up to 155kg
Battery compartment
Internal or external
Maintenance bypass
standard
PowerScale – Internal Batteries
Type A
10kVA/9kW
max. 15 min
10kVA/9kW
max. 35 min
15kVA/13.5kW
max. 10 min.
15kVA/13.5kW
max. 20 min.
20kVA/18kW
max. 6 min.
20kVA/18kW
max. 15 min.
25kVA/22.5kW
max.
Battery configuration
Max. 1 x48 x 9Ah
8 min.
Battery configuration
Max. 2 x48 x 9Ah
Battery configuration
Max. 3 x48 x 9Ah
Or
Max. 1x48 x 28Ah
25kVA/22.5kW
max. 18 min
30kVA/27kW
max. 13 min.
40kVA/36kW
max. 10 min.
50kVA/45kW
max.
8 min.
345 x 720 x 710
345 x 1045 x 710
440 x 1400 x 910
60-62-64kg
88-90-92-94kg
135-145-150-155kg
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Type C
Type B
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Powerwave 33
Technical Specifications
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Cabinet Type
Stand-alone
Working mode
on-line double conversion
Power Range
60/80/100/120/160/200/250/300/400/500 kW
Output power factor (PF)
1.0
Efficiency
up to 96%
Parallelable up to
10 Systems
Maximum power (n+1 Redundancy)
5,0MVA
Scalable (n+1) capable
Yes (horizontal)
Rated output voltages
380/220;400/230,415/240V three phase
Input current distortion THDI
<3,5%
Input power factor (PF)
0.99
Classification acc.IEC/EN 62040-3
VFI-SS-111
Power density per m²
up to 363kW/m²
Maximal weight w/out batteries
from 230kg up to 1000kg
Battery compartment
Battery enclosures (60-100kW) and matching
external battery cabinets
Maintenance bypass
standard
The full range
Technology: On-Line, transformer less
Power range: 60 – 500 kVA/kW (3/3)
Rated at PF = 1.0
60-80-100kW
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120-160-200kW
250-300kW
400-500 kW
The compactness of PowerWave 33
FEATURES
60-80-100 kW
550 x 1820 x 750 mm
From 230 to 245kg
Compact size
Low weight
Front access only
60-80-100 kVA with BAT-ENC A
970 x 1820 x 750 mm
From 250 to 285 kg (w/o batt.)
BENEFITS
Space costs savings
60-80-100 kVA with BAT-ENC B
1180 x 1820 x 750 mm
From 270 to 305 kg (w/o batt.)
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Less transportation costs and no
need to reinforce the floor basement
The compactness of Powerwave 33
FEATURES
120-160-200 kW
850 x 1820 x 750 mm
From 280 to 310 kg
Compact size
Low weight
Front access only
250-300 kW
1100 x 1920 x 750 mm
From 390 to 410 kg
No rear access needed
400-500kVA can be placed against the wall
BENEFITS
Space costs savings
400-500 kW
1650 x 1994 x 850 mm
From 950 to 1000 kg
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Less transportation costs and no
need to reinforce the floor basement
Options - Powerwave 33
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Back feed protection
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Parallel-Kit (adapter + cable with various lengths)
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Synchronization-Kit (when using STS)
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Connectivity (SNMP, Multidrop, environ. sensors etc.)
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Elevation-Kit
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Top Cable Entry
Manual Bypass (only for 400-500kW, on all others it is
standard)
Powerwave 33 - Parallelability
Up to 10 units / up to 5MW
G
To the Load
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G
The Product Line
Contents
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Newave product strategy
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Rack-mountable Modular UPS
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Standalone UPS
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Connectivity & Management Systems
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Common Features & Benefits
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Management and Connectivity
Monitoring UPS systems
Extensive alarm/events management
Continuous information for service activities
Support functionalities for Building Management Systems
Safe shutdown of critical loads
Remotely shutdown units when strictly necessary
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Management and Connectivity
For monitoring and executing safe shutdowns, the UPS
and the control system communicate through :
Interface that is built into the UPS;
Newave’s optional products
Communication HW
Software
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Products
In-built interfaces
Eg. Powerwave 33
USB
RS232
Same functionalities
X1 Inputs
X2 Outputs / Dry contacts
Multidrop cable
Parallel cable
SNMP Card
Interchangeable
Modem Card
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Monitoring Products
Communication HW
Network Interface cards
Environmental sensors
HW that integrates data from the
UPS into the management system
Data logging
Alarming (email, sms, traps)
Aux I/O management
Web server
UPS shutdown
Highly programmable and stable
Software
SW for the cards above
(Wavemon)
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Enables shutdown of the servers
and remote scripting
The Product Line
Contents

Newave product strategy

Rack-mountable Modular UPS

Standalone UPS

Connectivity & Management Systems

Common Features & Benefits
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Industrial Products
Key Market Segments
•
Key Industrial Market Applications
– Oil & Gas (platform or refinery)
– Petro-chemical & Chemical
– Power Generation
• Utility
• Power plants
• Sub-station etc…
– Pulp & Paper
– Metal & Mining
– Food & Beverages
– Transportation
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Industrial Definition
external components
Dust Filter IP54
DPA Module
Ventilation Fan
IP54 / IP42 Cubicle
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Robust Design
Upgradable for rack mount cubicles protection
(IP protection with IP54 and IP42 (RITTAL)
High compact and rigid cubicle with dust filter
Good ventilation circulation
Suitable for couple with input isolation transformer, bypass
transformer or output transformer, depend on load application
Integration timer control or tripping breaker with distribution
board
Interface with various type of DCS alarm signaling board,
MODBUS, remote communication
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Industrial Definition
internal components
Integration Power Pack ESIS
DPA Module
Urethane conformal PCB Coating
High Quality Components Swiss QTY
Flammable retardant cables
1.
2.
3.
4.
High quality semi conductor, compact, robust and rigid
integration board.
Urethane/Silicone conformal PCB Coating – A durable
protection coating for printed circuit boards. Provides
protection against offshore fungus, moisture, sandy, corrosion,
thermal shock and chemical environments
Flammable retardant cables or halogen free wiring
Integration power pack for power components and control
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Industrial Design Architecture
of DPA Module
DPA 3 x 40kVA Module
Two (2) Empty Slots For
Power Upgrade Demands
Charger 15A per Module
Inner charger 3x15A = 45A max
Two level charging (Float/Fast)
Two charging BAT & INV current
Load 80kVA
Sealed Lead 450AH
DPA 80kVA + 40kVA
N (80KVA) + 1 (40kVA)
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Paralleling with up to 4 cabinets 20
Modules Power Upgrade Demands
NiCad 450AH
Industrial Design Architecture
of DPA Module
DPA 5 x 40kVA Module
Charger Module Cabine Batt Charger 35A Module
Charger 15A per Module
Inner charger 5x15A = 75A max
Ext charger 3x35A = 105A max
Two level charging (Float/Fast)
Two charging BAT & INV current
NiCad 1, 500AH`
Load 160kVA
Sealed Lead 750AH
DPA 160kVA + 40kVA NiCad 750AH
N (160KVA)+ 1 (40kVA)
NiCad 10%CH= 150A
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Commercial bespoke UPS for use in Industrial &
Semi Industrial Environments
Dust Filter IP54
DPA Module
Ventilation Fan
IP54 / IP42 Cubicle
Robust Design
1.
2.
3.
4.
Upgradable for rack mount cubicles protection
(IP protection with IP54 and IP42 (RITTAL)
Highly compact and strong cubicle with dust filter
Enhanced Ventilation
Package with with Input isolation transformer, Bypass
transformer or Output transformer, depend on load applications in Matching
Cubicles
Overview of Power Solutions Business
Power Protection solutions provider to datacenter and
industrial markets sold under Cyberex brand name.
•
In business since 1968, acquired by ABB in 2012
•
Moved to Power Protection product group in 2014
•
Headquarters: Richmond, Virginia
•
100,000sqft of Manufacturing and Offices
•
•
410 Employees, all in US
2013 Global Revenue of $100M
•
Design / Manufacture / Service :
Datacenter
- Static Transfer Switches (STS)
- Power Distribution Modules (PDM)
- Remote Power Panels (RPP)
- Branch Circuit Monitoring (BCM)
Generators, Battery Maintenance
For more information go to:
www.tnbpowersolutions.com
Industrial
- Dual Conversion UPS
- DC Chargers and Inverter with Static Switch (ISS)
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Industrial UPS
20 Year Design Life
Fully rated STS Technology
Full Isolation Transformers
Input and output
High fault clearing capability
Interactive Monitoring, Diagnostics & Controls
Color Touch-Screen LCD Interface
Microprocessor Supervisor
DSP Feedback Controls (digital signal processor)
Fiber Optic Data Path
Available Range: 10 – 80 kVA, 1-Ph output
Configurable Input & Output Voltage
Remote monitoring
SNMP or Modbus
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Industrial Portfolio
UL / IEC Series 10-80kVA
Single Phase Output for
Industrial Installations
IEC/UL
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C2400 9-24kVA
Split Phase Output for
Retail & Commercial
Installations
100 A Single Ph /
1000A Three Ph
Battery Chargers
IEC/UL
UL 10-80kVA
Inverter Static
Switch
Industrial UPS
MAJOR COMPONENTS
Output Transformer
Input Transformer
Rectifier
/Charger
Inverter
Fully Rated
Static Switch
Mains Input
Battery
Bypass Input
Maintenance Bypass Switch
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Battery Chargers
Battery Chargers (single and three phase AC input)
•
Input: 120V-600V, 50-60Hz
•
Configurable Output:
• Voltage: 12, 24, 48 or 130 VDC
• Current: to 100A (1-Ph); to 1000A (3-ph)
•
Wall, rack or floor mounted
•
Battery Temperature Compensation
•
Voltage ripple filter
•
Fuse or breaker protection
•
AC surge suppression integrated
•
Parallel (load-sharing) option
Cyberex Rectifier/Battery Eliminator is ideal where
AC to DC conversion is required. Such applications
include:
Battery Charging
Power DC Switchgear
Opening Breakers
Closing Relays
Initiating Emergency Power Transfers
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PCS100 Power Conversion
Applications
DMPC Power Protection – LV PCS
Product and Channel Positioning
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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•
PCS100 AVC & UPS-I
PCS100 RPC
PCS100 SFC
Highly Critical Load Application
Industrial load applications
Grid interconnection
Semiconductor Factories
Electronic Manufacturing
Chemical & Pharmaceuticals
Laser and CNC machines
Plastic extrusion processes
Automotive
Space & Aviation manufacturing
Oil & Gas industry
Food & Beverage
Textile
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Cranes
Welders
Unbalanced loads
Saws & Presses
Heavy motor loads
Machine manufacturing
Oil & Gas industry
Mining industry
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Ports
Shipyards
Navy & Marine vessels
Oil & Gas industry
DMPC Power Protection – LV PCS
Product positioning
Product Type
Load Applications
PCS100 AVC
PCS100 UPS-I
Highly critical load applications
Semiconductor Fabs, Electronic Manufacturing, Chemical & Pharmaceuticals, Laser and
CNC machines, Plastic extrusion processes, Automotive, Space & Aviation manufacturing,
Oil & Gas industry, Food & Beverage, Textile, Data center & IT Applications
PCS100 RPC
Industrial load applications
Cranes, Welders, Unbalanced loads, Saws, Presses, Heavy motor loads, Automotive, Oil &
Gas industry, Mining
PCS100 SFC
Grid interconnection segment
Ports - Shipyards - Oil & Gas Industry - Navy & Marine vessels
April
2014
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Group
New Product – Coming Soon !
MV UPS-I
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PCS100 MV UPS
Introduction

Development project Kereru is currently underway to
develop a range of 6.6kV MV UPS products up to 6 MVA

After this development we will increase the voltage range to
11 kV and 13.2 kV. Dates TBD.

6.6kV Currently in design and prototyping stage where
technical specifications are being finalized.

The information in this presentation is still preliminary but
can be used for discussion with customers.
PCS100 MV UPS
Introduction
Voltage
15kV
6.6kV
PCS100 MV UPS
480V
PCS100 UPS-I
400V
Newave
220V
1MVA
3MVA
6MVA
Power
PCS100 MV UPS
Product Overview

Why Medium Voltage?

Complete plant protection for large critical manufacturing processes

Retrofit possibilities

Large Datacenters with power protection at MV and MV distribution
MV

Why build upon the UPS-I
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Single conversion topology is
a natural choice for MV.
Power electronics and energy
storage can remain at LV, with
transformer coupling to MV.
LV
PCS100 MV UPS
Product Details
Ratings
Nominal Voltage
(kV)
2MVA
4MVA
6MVA
6.6
6.6
6.6
600
600
600
> 99.5 %
> 99.5 %
> 99.5 %
2.2 x 6.0 x 2.0
2.2 x 9.6 x 2.0
2.2 x 13.2 x 2.0
Not including storage
Not including storage
Not including storage
2-3 sec
2-3 sec
2-3 sec
Up to 15min
Up to 15min
Up to 15min
1
2
3
Application range 4.16kV to 6.6kV
UD current rating
(A)
Efficiency
Dimensions
H,W,D (m)
Autonomy
(ultracapacitors)
Autonomy
(batteries)
Coupling
transformer qty
PCS100 MV UPS – SLD 6MVA
PCS100 MV UPS
Energy Storage Options
Technology
Ultracapacitors
Features
• Exceptional cycle life (>500,000)
• 15 yr life
• Very compact, 600 kW per 0.64m2
High Discharge Sealed Pb Acid • Cost effective 30-60 sec solution
• 10 yr design life
Lithium Ion
• Higher cycle life than PB (>3000 typ)
• 20 yr design life at 35oC
• Higher energy density than Pb
Flywheel
• Very high cycle life
• Long life with maintenance
• A no lead / no chemical solution
Quality & Recognitions
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