Instruction Sheet 657-525 [English, 2 MB, 4/6/2015]

Instruction Sheet 657-525 [English, 2 MB, 4/6/2015]
S&C PureWave® SMS-250 Storage Management System
Power Conversion System
263 kW/263 kVA, 380 V
Installation
Table of Contents
Section
Page
Introduction
Document Purpose. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Qualified Persons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Read this Instruction Sheet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Retain this Instruction Sheet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Proper Application. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Warranty. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Warranty Qualifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Page
Installation, Assembly, and Setup
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2
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2
2
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Safety Information
Understanding Safety-Alert Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Following Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replacement Instructions and Labels. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Location of Safety Labels. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Annual Inspections. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Section
3
3
3
4
4
System Design. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Concrete Pad Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Pad Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Installation Steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Anchor Brackets. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Base Covers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Conductor Terminations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Power Connections. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Control and Grounding Connections. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Connection Checks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Torques. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Prior to Completing the Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Pre-Startup Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Safety Precautions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Shipping and Handling
Power Conversion System Enclosure . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Location of Mounting Hardware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Inspection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Lifting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
April 6, 2015
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Instruction Sheet 657-525
Introduction
Document Purpose
This instruction sheet provides information necessary to install a PureWave® SMS-250
Storage Management System-Power Conversion System (PCS). The PureWave SMS-250 is
used to interface with, and to control, distributed energy storage systems.
Qualified Persons
WARNING
The equipment covered by this publication must be installed, operated, and maintained by
qualified persons who are knowledgeable in the installation, operation, and maintenance
of electric power distribution equipment along with the associated hazards. A qualified
person is one who is trained and competent in:
• The skills and techniques necessary to distinguish exposed live parts from non-live parts
of electrical equipment.
• The skills and techniques necessary to determine the proper approach distances corresponding to the voltages and arc flash levels to which the qualified person will be exposed.
• The proper use of the special precautionary techniques, per­sonal protective equipment,
insulating and shielding materials, and insulated tools for working on or near exposed
energized parts of electrical equipment.
These instructions are intended only for such qualified persons. They are not intended to
be a substitute for adequate training and experience in safety procedures for this type of
equipment.
Read this
Instruction Sheet
Thoroughly and carefully read this entire instruction sheet before operating and maintaining the PCS. Familiarize yourself with the Safety Information and Safety Precautions
on pages 3 through 5. The latest version of this instruction sheet is available online in PDF
format at sandc.com/Support/Product-Literature.asp
Retain this
Instruction Sheet
This instruction sheet is a permanent part of your PCS. It does not include instruction
sheets from the original battery manufacturer. Information sheets such as this one can be
placed inside a compartment in the PCS enclosure, where it can be easily retrieved for
future use.
Proper Application
CAUTION The equipment in this publication must be selected for a specific application. The application must be within the ratings furnished for the equipment. Refer to S&C Information
Sheet 657-450 for the PureWave SMS-250 guide specification. Failure to do so can result
in damage to equipment.
Warranty
The warranty and/or obligations described in S&C’s standard conditions of sale, as set
forth in Price Sheet 150, plus any special warranty provisions, as set forth in the applicable product-line specification bulletin, are exclusive. The remedies provided in the
former for breach of these warranties shall constitute immediate purchaser’s or end
user’s exclusive remedy and a fulfillment of all seller’s liability. In no event shall seller’s
liability to immediate purchaser or end user exceed the price of the specific product that
gives rise to immediate purchaser’s or end user’s claim. All other warranties, whether
express or implied or arising by operation of law, course of dealing, usage of trade or
otherwise, are excluded. The only warranties are those stated in Price Sheet 150, and
THERE ARE NO EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. ANY EXPRESS WARRANTY OR OTHER
OBLIGATION PROVIDED IN PRICE SHEET 150 IS GRANTED ONLY TO THE IMMEDIATE PURCHASER AND END USER, AS DEFINED THEREIN. OTHER THAN AN END
USER, NO REMOTE PURCHASER MAY RELY ON ANY AFFIRMATION OF FACT OR
PROMISE THAT RELATES TO THE GOODS DESCRIBED HEREIN, ANY DESCRIPTION
THAT RELATES TO THE GOODS, OR ANY REMEDIAL PROMISE INCLUDED IN PRICE
SHEET 150.
Warranty
Qualifications
The seller’s warranties are contingent upon the installation and adjustment of the S&C
PureWave® SMS-250 Storage Management System in accordance with S&C’s applicable
instruction sheets, data sheets, and/or data bulletins.
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Safety Information
Understanding
Safety-Alert
Messages
There are several types of safety-alert messages that may appear throughout this instruction sheet as well as on labels attached to the power conversion system (PCS). Familiarize
yourself with these types of messages and the importance of the various signal words, as
explained below.
DANGER
“DANGER” identifies the most serious and immediate hazards that will likely result in
serious personal injury or death if instructions, including recommended precautions, are
not followed.
WARNING
“WARNING” identifies hazards or unsafe practices that can result in serious personal injury
or death if instructions, including recommended precautions, are not followed.
CAUTION
“CAUTION” identifies hazards or unsafe practices that can result in minor personal injury
or product or property damage if instructions, including recommended precautions, are
not followed.
NOTICE
“NOTICE” identifies important procedures or requirements that can result in product or
property damage if instructions are not followed.
Following
Safety Instructions
If you do not understand any portion of this instruction sheet and need assistance, contact
your nearest S&C Sales Office or S&C Authorized Distributor. Their telephone numbers
are listed on S&C’s website sandc.com. Or call S&C Headquarters at (773) 338-1000; in
Canada, call S&C Electric Canada Ltd. at (416) 249-9171.
NOTICE
Read this instruction sheet thoroughly and carefully before
installing or operat­ing your S&C PureWave SMS-250.
Replacement
Instructions
and Labels
If you need additional copies of this instruction sheet, contact your nearest S&C Sales
Office, S&C Authorized Distributor, S&C Headquarters, or S&C Electric Canada Ltd.
It is important that any missing, damaged, or faded labels on the equipment be replaced
immediately. Replacement labels are available by contacting your nearest S&C Sales Office,
S&C Authorized Distributor, S&C Headquarters, or S&C Electric Canada Ltd.
S&C Instruction Sheet 657-525 3
Safety Information
Location of Safety Labels
C
B
B
C
A
C
C
!
DANGER
NOTICE
!
Hazardous voltage inside . Can shock, burn, or cause
death .
Cabinet requires a
minimum 18″ rear
clearance.
This equipment is energized by batteries even when the
AC power input is disconnected .
Area behind cabinet must
remain clear .
Follow ALL requirements in NFPA 70E for safe work
practices and for Personal Protective Equipment.
Hazardous voltage inside. Can shock, burn, or cause
death.
This equipment is energized by batteries even when
the AC power input is disconnected.
This unit is to be serviced by trained personal only.
This unit is to be serviced by trained personnel only .
PE-70479-1
DANGER
ARC FLASH AND SHOCK HAZARD.
APPROPRIATE PPE REQUIRED.
KEEP OUT. RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
PE-70483-1 REV 000
PE-70482-1
Reorder Information for Safety Labels
Location
A
B★
C
Safety Alert Message
DANGER
NOTICE
DANGER
Description
Part Number
Keep out. Risk of electrical shock …
PE-70479-1
Rear clearance …
PE-70482-1
Arc flash and shock …
PE-70483-1
★ Label is on the left and right sides of the power conversion system (PCS) enclosure.
Annual Inspections
After the PureWave SMS-250 is commissioned and the unit is online, inspection and
maintenance should be scheduled for the power conversion system (PCS) on an annual
basis to ensure the proper operation of the system. Schedules for maintenance should
be reviewed by the customer based upon the given site conditions and, if required, the
frequency of the recommended maintenance should increase to ensure the reliability of
their PureWave SMS-250.
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Safety Precautions
DANGER
The PureWave SMS-250 operates at high voltage. Failure to observe the precautions below will result in serious personal injury or death.
Some of these precautions may differ from your company’s operating procedures and
rules. Where a discrepancy exists, follow your company’s operating procedures
and rules.
1. QUALIFIED PERSONS. Access to the PureWave
SMS-250 must be restricted only to qualified persons.
See “Qualified Persons” on page 2.
2. SAFETY PROCEDURES. Always follow safe
operating procedures and rules.
3. PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT. Always use
suitable protective equipment, such as rubber gloves,
rubber mats, hard hats, safety glasses, and flame
retardant clothing, in accordance with safe operating
procedures and rules.
4. SAFETY LABELS. Do not remove or obscure any of
the “DANGER,” “WARNING,” “CAUTION,” or “NOTICE”
labels.
5. ENCLOSURE. Do not open access doors unless the
system is offline or otherwise authorized by S&C Electric
Company.
6. MAINTAINING PROPER CLEARANCE. Always
maintain proper clearance from energized components,
ensuring the dead-front access panels are in place after
maintenance or before operation.
7. HIGH VOLTAGES. High-voltage dc is present even
without utility power connected. Hazardous voltages
should also be expected in all interconnecting
components and lines.
To maintain safety, the user should use a padlock
on the door of the power conversion system (PCS)
enclosure. The door and the use of the padlock provide
protection to inadvertent contact with high-voltage
circuits.
8. GROUNDING. For grounding purposes, the proceeding
must be followed:
• The PCS base ground bar in the cable termination
area must be connected to a suitable earth ground
for testing before energizing the unit and at all times
when energized.
• The overall ground system should be sufficient to
limit the Ground Potential Rise (GPR), step voltage,
and touch voltage to acceptable limits as determined
by the utility’s practices and the National Electric
Safety Code.
9. ENERGIZED COMPONENTS. Always consider all parts
live until de-energized, locked open, and tested.
10. ADDITIONAL CONNECTIONS. The user should not
attempt to connect any additional logic controls or
power connections to the PureWave SMS-250 (beyond
the connections shown on the interconnect drawing)
without having received written approval from S&C
Electric Company.
11. INSULATED HAND TOOLS. To use insulated hand
tools, the proceeding must be followed:
• Insulated hand tools are required when working on or
around any energized equipment. Use only properly
rated tools for the energy present.
• Tool inventories should be kept to ensure that all tools
that enter the system enclosure are removed prior to
energizing the system.
12. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES AND EQUIPMENT. For
emergency procedures:
• The owner should develop policies and procedures
for handling emergency situations.
• It is the responsibility of the owner to develop sitespecific emergency action plans for response to such
situations.
13. ADDITIONAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS. Consult the
battery supplier for additional safety instructions and
procedures regarding the battery used in the PureWave
SMS-250.
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Shipping and Handling
Power Conversion
System Enclosure
The power conversion system (PCS) enclosure ships in one piece as seen in Figure 1
below.
Figure 1. Power Conversion System (PCS) enclosure.
NOTICE
The Human Machine Interface (HMI) computer and batteries for the PureWave SMS-250
are shipped separately.
Location of Mounting
Hardware
The mounting brackets and hardware can be found bagged and in the front lower lip of
the PCS enclosure between the bottom dead-front access panel and the bottom part of
the enclosure. See Figure 2.
Mounting brackets and
hardware location
Figure 2. Location of mounting brackets and hardware.
NOTICE
Find and install all mounting hardware prior to starting up the PureWave SMS-250.
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Shipping and Handling
Inspection
Examine the shipment for external evidence of damage as soon after receipt as possible, preferably before removal from the carrier’s conveyance. Check the bill of lading
to make sure that all shipping skids and containers listed thereon are present.
If there is visible loss and/or damage:
1. Notify the delivering carrier immediately.
2. Ask for a carrier inspection.
3. Note condition of shipment on all copies of the delivery receipt.
4. File a claim with the carrier.
If concealed damaged is discovered:
1. Notify the delivering carrier within 15 days of receipt of shipment.
2. Ask for a carrier inspection.
3. File a claim with the carrier.
Also notify S&C Electric Company in all instances of loss and/or damage.
Lifting
NOTICE
The PCS enclosure shall be lifted according to lifting drawing PEA-1610-4-IN. Lifting
equipment such as spreader bars and hoist sling straps are provided by others.
To avoid damaging the PCS enclosure when placing it at the desired location, observe
normal recommended procedures as well as the following general instructions.
CAUTION
The PCS installer must ensure ALL lifting equipment, beams, slings, chains, spreader
bars, and apparatus is properly rated for the identified load. Failure to do so can result in
equipment damage and personal injury.
NOTICE
Prior to lifting the PCS enclosure, ensure that all doors are closed and locked. The doors
contribute to the structural integrity of the system and, if left opened, increase the risk of
damage to the enclosure during lifting.
WARNING
When handling the PCS enclosure with an overhead hoist, observe standard lifting practices
as well as the following general instructions. Failure to follow these procedures can result
in serious personal injury or equipment damage.
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Shipping and Handling
1. If spreader bars are used for lifting, ensure that the spreader bar(s) are secured.
2. Arrange the hoist slings so that the lifting forces are distributed equally. See Figure 3
below for an illustration of lifting the PCS enclosure. The equipment must be lifted
with a crane or forklift.
This point should be at least
45 inches above the top of the
PCS enclosure
Figure 3. Proper lifting of the Power Conversion System (PCS) enclosure.
3. Avoid sudden starts and stops when lifting.
4. Properly place the PCS on the concrete pad. See Figure 4 for location of cable entry
conduit and mounting bracket installation areas. For further details, refer to drawing
PEA-1610-4-IN.
Figure 4. Conduit and bracket measurements for pad-mounting.
5. Remove the sling straps.
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Installation, Assembly, and Setup
System Design
The PureWave SMS-250 is a storage management system, which can be connected to
380 Vac directly (or to 400, 415, or 480 Vac using an auto transformer), 50/60 Hz threephase utility feeder.
The storage management system consists of a 263-kW/263-kVA power conversion
system (PCS) housed in a weatherproof enclosure suitable for outdoor or indoor mounting on a concrete or equivalent pad, applied with a user-furnished 618- to 850-Vdc,
lithium-ion battery pack.
The PureWave SMS-250 can utilize a modular design capable of parallel operation to
achieve a rating of up to 526 kW/526 kVA.
Concrete Pad
Specifications
NOTICE
The concrete pad is provided by others.
The concrete pad on which the PCS enclosure will be placed, should be sized to accommodate the unit and its external mounting brackets. The pad should be poured with a
maximum pitch of 1⁄2 degree and should have a flatness within 1⁄8 inch.
The pad should extend beyond the edge of the enclosure by an adequate amount to
prevent the pad from cracking or breaking when the Hilti Kwik Bolt TZ anchors bolts are
installed to bolt the PCS enclosure to the pad.
Pad Requirements
General Requirements
The concrete pad contractor shall provide and be responsible for determination and
execution of the methods of construction and for all safety precautions taken during
construction. Site visits by the structural engineer will not include inspection of the
means of construction. All construction shall be in accordance with local code requirements. Please contact S&C Electric Company for recommendations in accordance with
equipment requirements.
Pad Dimensions and Mounting Provisions
The concrete pad contractor is responsible for pad design and dimensions. Reference
separately supplied drawing for footprint dimensions and stub-up locations. Both ac and
dc cable boxes are required to be supplied and installed by the installer for the power
conductor connection compartment to aid in conductor terminations and connections.
Installation Steps
1. After placing the PCS enclosure at the desired location, check to see if there are any
gaps between the enclosure and the concrete pad.
2. If there are gaps, install shims until the enclosure is level.
3. Apply grout at the bottom of the enclosure as necessary to prevent entry of insects or
debris into the enclosure. The grout should be recessed sufficiently to permit a bead
of caulk between the enclosure base and concrete pad.
4. Apply a bead of caulk (S&C part number 6943-010, DAP Premium Polyurethane
Waterproof Concrete & Masonry Sealant 300ml Gray) around the outer edge of the
bottom flange (where it meets the concrete pad) to provide a seal around the base of
the PCS. The purpose of the caulk is to further prevent ingress of insects and debris
into the enclosure.
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Installation, Assembly, and Setup
Anchor Brackets
Anchor the PCS enclosure to the concrete pad. Utilize ⅜″ diameter × 2″ embed Hilti
Kwik Bolt TZ anchors for each bracket. The anchor brackets should be located at each
corner, as shown in Figure 5. Tighten the bolts again three to five days after initial
installation.
NOTICE
If seismic rating is required, ⅜″ diameter × 2″ embed Hilti Kwik Bolt TZ anchors must be
installed at each mounting bracket location.
Figure 5. Mounting points.
After pulling the cables, seal all conduit entrances on the outside with room temperature vulcanization silicone sealant and on the inside with duct seal foam to prevent water
from entering the PCS enclosure.
Base Covers
Install the base covers (if not already installed) at the front and back forklift entries
of the enclosure. They are typically stored on the inside of the enclosure door. See
Figure 6.
Base cover
storage
location
Base
covers
Figure 6. Location of base covers.
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Installation, Assembly, and Setup
Conductor
Terminations
NOTICE
For internal bus and cabling connections, refer to installation drawing PEA-1610-4-IN. See
Figure 7 for the location of the cable termination area.
Figure 7. Location of the cable termination area.
Power Connections
1. Terminate the dc cables to the dc inputs in the cable termination area.
2. Terminate the ac cables to the line inputs (L1, L2, and L3) in the cable termination area.
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Installation, Assembly, and Setup
Control and Grounding
Connections
1. Install control and communication cabling using the entry location in the cable
termination area.
2. Attach the ground bus of the PCS to the system ground in accordance with the
installation drawing.
3. Seal the conduits with duct sealing compound to prevent water from entering the
system through the conduits.
Connection Checks
Check all field-installed cables and wiring to the power conversion system (PCS) by
performing a “point-to-point” check on all of the wiring to verify that the system is
wired, labeled, and terminated per drawing PEA-1610-4-IN. Note any problems found
and corrective actions applied.
Torques
Check all factory and field-bolted electrical connections inside the PCS enclosure and
verify that they are torqued to the proper tightness. See Table 1 for torque requirements.
Table 1. Torque requirements.
ASSEMBLY
PART
HARDWARE
TOOL
TORQUE
[N-M]
TORQUE
[FT-LBS]
Dead-Front
Access Panels
Panels
M8 Serrated
Flange
13mm Socket
13.6
10
EMI Fasteners
M5x12 Screw
#2 Phillips
3.9
2.9
N/A
M10 Flange
Nut/Bolt
15mm Socket
54.2
40
Tray
M8 Serrated
Flange
13mm Socket
13.6
10
CT Terminal
Block
#10-32
Terminals
Slot Driver
2
1.5
Terminal
Blocks
M4 Terminals
Slot Driver
1.7
1.25
Programmable
Logic
Controller
M3 Mounting
#1 Phillips
1.1
0.8
Bus
Connections
Islanding Tray
Prior to Completing
the Installation
1. Replace and secure the dead-front access panels.
2. Close and lock the door of the power conversion system (PCS) enclosure(s).
3. Wipe down the exterior of the PCS enclosure(s) with a clean damp cloth. Refinish
any scratches or abrasions.
Upon receipt of the touch-up paint, the area to be touched up should be cleaned
to remove all oil and grease. Sand the area, removing any traces of rust that may be
present, and make sure that all edges are feathered before applying primer.
Pre-Startup Checklist
The pre-startup checklist will be provided and should be reviewed and filled out by
the installing contractor. The document must be signed and faxed to S&C Electric
Company at (414) 423-8766.
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