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UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SYSTEM (UPS)
G8000 SERIES
INSTALLATION and
OPERATION MANUAL
480/480 V 80/100/125/150/225/300/500 kW
Document: 61001-002
April 2013
© Copyright 2013 Toshiba International Corporation
All rights reserved.
UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SYSTEM (UPS)
G8000 SERIES
INSTALLATION and OPERATION MANUAL
480/480 V 80/100/125/150/225/300/500 kW
Document: 61001-002
April 2013
© Copyright 2013 Toshiba International Corporation
All rights reserved.
G8000 Series Installation and Operation Manual
The Toshiba products listed in this document are intended for usage in general electronics applications
(computer, personal equipment, office equipment, measuring equipment, industrial robotics, domestic
appliances, etc.). These Toshiba products are neither intended nor warranted for usage in equipment that
requires extraordinarily high quality and/or reliability; nor are they intended to be used in equipment that, if
a malfunction or failure occurs, may result in loss of human life or bodily injury (collectively referred to as
“Unintended Usage”). Unintended Usage includes atomic energy control instruments, airplane or spaceship
instruments, transportation instruments, traffic signal instruments, combustion control instruments, life
support equipment, all types of safety devices, etc. Unintended Usage of Toshiba products listed in this
document shall be made at the customer’s own risk.
NOTICE
PLEASE INFORM TOSHIBA INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION OR AUTHORIZED
REPRESENTATIVE IN CASE OF INCONSISTENCIES, OMISSIONS, OR QUESTIONS.
The instructions contained in this manual are not intended to cover all of the details or variations in equipment,
nor to provide for every possible contingency concerning installation, operation, or maintenance. Should
further information be required or if problems arise which are not covered sufficiently contact your Toshiba
sales office.
The contents of this instruction manual shall not become a part of or modify any prior or existing agreement,
commitment, or relationship. The sales contract contains the entire obligation of Toshiba International
Corporation’s UPS Division. The warranty contained in the contract between the parties is the sole warranty
of Toshiba International Corporation’s UPS Division and any statements contained herein DO NOT create
new warranties or modify the existing warranty.
Any electrical or mechanical modifications to this equipment without prior written consent of Toshiba
International Corporation will void all warranties and may void the UL/CUL listing. Unauthorized modifications
can also result in personal injury, death, or destruction of the equipment.
QUALIFIED PERSONNEL ONLY
Qualified Personnel is one that has the skills and knowledge relating to the construction, installation,
operation, and maintenance of the electrical equipment and has received safety training on the
hazards involved (Refer to the latest edition of NFPA 70E for additional safety requirements).
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UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SYSTEM (UPS)
Please complete the following information and retain for your records.
Unless otherwise specified, the warranty period for the UPS or UPS part is 12 months from the shipment
date (see Toshiba International Corporation bill of lading).
Unless otherwise specified, the warranty period for a UPS battery is 36 months from the shipment date (see
Toshiba International Corporation Bill of Lading for shipping date).
JOB NUMBER
MODEL NUMBER
SERIAL NUMBER
APPLICATION
SHIPMENT DATE
INSTALLATION DATE
INSPECTED BY
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Purpose
This manual provides information on how to safely install and operate your Toshiba International Corporation
power electronics product. This manual includes a section of general safety instructions that describes the
warning labels and symbols that are used throughout the manual. Read the manual completely before
installing, operating, or performing maintenance on this equipment.
This manual and the accompanying drawings should be considered a permanent part of the equipment and
should be readily available for reference and review. Dimensions shown in the manual are in metric and/or
the English customary equivalent.
Toshiba International Corporation reserves the right, without prior notice, to update information, make
product changes, or discontinue any product or service identified in this publication.
Toshiba is a registered trademark of the Toshiba Corporation. All other product or trade references appearing
in this manual are registered trademarks of their respective owners.
Toshiba International Corporation shall not be liable for direct, indirect, special, or consequential damages
resulting from the use of the information contained within this manual.
This manual is copyrighted. No part of this manual may be photocopied or reproduced in any form without
the prior written consent of Toshiba International Corporation.
© Copyright 2013 Toshiba International Corporation
All rights reserved.
Printed in the U.S.A.
Toshiba’s Customer Support Center
Contact the Toshiba Customer Support Center for assistance with application information or for any
problems that you may experience with your Uninterruptible Power System (UPS).
Toshiba Customer Support Center
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (CST) - Monday through Friday
USA Toll Free (877) 867-8773
Tel (713) 466-0277
Fax (713) 896-5212
You may also contact Toshiba by writing to:
Toshiba International Corporation
13131 West Little York Road
Houston, Texas 77041-9990
Attn: UPS Product Manager
For further information on Toshiba’s products and services, please visit our website at:
www.toshiba.com/ind
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Table of Contents
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Introduction...........................................................................................................................1
2
General Safety Instructions.................................................................................................2
2.1
Symbols........................................................................................................................2
2.2
Signal Words.................................................................................................................3
2.3
Qualified Personnel.......................................................................................................3
2.4
Factory Authorized Personnel.......................................................................................4
3
Important Safety Instructions..............................................................................................4
4
Safety Precautions...............................................................................................................5
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4.1
Disclaimer.....................................................................................................................5
4.2
General Maintenance....................................................................................................6
4.3
Transporting/Unpacking................................................................................................6
4.4
Inspection/Storage........................................................................................................8
Installation Precautions.......................................................................................................9
5.1
6
Wiring/Connection.........................................................................................................13
Warning Labels.....................................................................................................................14
6.1
Warning Label Locations...............................................................................................15
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Weight and Dimensions ......................................................................................................18
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Transporting..........................................................................................................................19
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8.1
Transporting By Crane..................................................................................................20
8.2
Transporting By Forklift.................................................................................................21
Storage/Operating Environment.........................................................................................23
9.1
Operating Precautions..................................................................................................23
9.2
Maintenance Precautions.............................................................................................25
9.3
Disposal........................................................................................................................26
Installation..........................................................................................................................27
10.1
Unpacking...................................................................................................................28
10.2
UPS Clearance...........................................................................................................28
10.3
Anchor Bolts................................................................................................................29
UPS Wiring..........................................................................................................................30
11.1 80/100/125 kVA Terminal Blocks and Power Cables....................................................32
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11.2
150, 225, 300, and 500 kVA Buss Strip Terminals and Power Cables........................34
11.3
UPS Power Cable Conduit Landing Plates.................................................................39
11.4
External Breakers........................................................................................................42
11.5
Grounding Wire...........................................................................................................42
11.6
Control Wires..............................................................................................................44
11.7
Grounding Configuration.............................................................................................45
UPS Specifications.............................................................................................................49
12.1
Specification Table......................................................................................................49
12.2
Typical Efficiency vs. Load..........................................................................................52
Operator Interface..............................................................................................................53
13.1
Key-Switch and Buttons..............................................................................................54
13.2
LCD/LED Indicators....................................................................................................55
13.3
LCD Indicators............................................................................................................56
13.4
Normal Display............................................................................................................57
13.5
Fault Display...............................................................................................................59
13.6
LCD Scroll...................................................................................................................60
Operating the UPS..............................................................................................................61
14.1
Operation Types..........................................................................................................62
14.2
Pre-operational Check................................................................................................62
14.3
Startup Procedures.....................................................................................................63
14.4
Switch Power Supply (UPS to Bypass).......................................................................65
14.5
Stop.............................................................................................................................66
14.6
Complete Shutdown....................................................................................................67
14.7
Changing Between Float Charge and Equalize Charge.............................................68
14.8
Changing to Float Charge from Protection Charge (If applicable)..............................69
14.9
Emergency Power Off (EPO)......................................................................................70
Troubleshooting.................................................................................................................70
15.1
Types of Errors............................................................................................................70
15.2
Faults and Warnings Data Screen..............................................................................71
15.3
LCD Fault & Warning Displays....................................................................................72
15.4
Fault Messages...........................................................................................................73
15.5
LCD Scroll (w/ faults or warnings)...............................................................................75
15.6
Restoring UPS Operation...........................................................................................76
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Periodic Maintenance/Parts Replacement.......................................................................77
16.1
Scheduled Maintenance.............................................................................................77
16.2
Parts Replacement.....................................................................................................77
Appendix A - Installation Planning Guides..............................................................................79
80kVA IPG..............................................................................................................................79
100kVA IPG............................................................................................................................82
125kVA IPG............................................................................................................................85
150kVA IPG............................................................................................................................88
225kVA IPG............................................................................................................................91
300kVA IPG............................................................................................................................94
500kVA IPG............................................................................................................................97
Appendix B - Outline Drawings.................................................................................................101
Appendix C - 500kVA Input- and Output- Cabinet Joining Instructions................................105
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Introduction
This manual provides information on how to safely operate your G8000 Series Uninterruptible Power
System (UPS). This manual includes a section of general safety instructions that describes the warning
labels and symbols that are used throughout the manual. Read the manual completely before installing,
operating, or performing maintenance on this equipment.
Qualified personnel should read this manual carefully before transporting, installing and wiring the UPS. In
addition have a thorough understanding of the information provided in the chapters titled:
• General Safety Instructions
• Important Safety Instructions
• Safety Precautions
• Installation Precautions
Please read the G8000 Series Operation Manual for important instructions on operating the UPS. This
manual and the accompanying drawings should be considered a permanent part of the equipment and
should be readily available for reference and review. Dimensions shown in the manual are in metric and/or
the English customary equivalent.
Keep the Installation Manual and the Operation Manual near the UPS for necessary reference.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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General Safety Instructions
DO NOT attempt to transport, install, operate, maintain or dispose of this equipment until you have read and
understood all of the product safety information provided in this manual.
2.1
Symbols
The symbols listed below are used throughout this manual. When symbols are used in this manual they will
include important safety information that must be carefully followed.
Safety Alert Symbol indicates that a potential
personal injury hazard exists.
Prohibited Symbol indicates DO NOT take action.
Mandatory Symbol indicates that the following
instruction is required.
Ground Symbol indicates the location of the
equipment grounding conductor.
Electrical - Voltage & Shock Hazard Symbol
indicates parts inside may cause electric shock.
Explosion Hazard Symbol indicates parts may
explode.
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2.2
Signal Words
The signal words listed below are used throughout this manual. When the words DANGER, WARNING,
CAUTION and ATTENTION are used in this manual they will include important safety information that
must be carefully followed.
2.3
DANGER
The word DANGER in capital letters preceded by
the safety alert symbol indicates that an imminently
hazardous situation exists, and if not avoided
will result in loss of life or serious injury to
personnel.
WARNING
The word WARNING in capital letters preceded by
the safety alert symbol indicates that a potentially
hazardous situation exists, and if not avoided
may result in loss of life or serious injury to
personnel.
CAUTION
The word CAUTION in capital letters preceded by
the safety alert symbol indicates that a potentially
hazardous situation exists, and if not avoided may
result in minor or moderate injury.
NOTICE
The word NOTICE in capital letters without the safety
alert symbol indicates a potentially hazardous
situation exists, and if not avoided may result in
equipment and property damage.
Qualified Personnel
Installation, operation, and maintenance shall be performed by Qualified Personnel Only. A Qualified
Person is one that has the skills and knowledge relating to the construction, installation, operation, and
maintenance of the electrical equipment and has received safety training on the hazards involved (Refer
to the latest edition of NFPA 70E for additional safety requirements).
Qualified Personnel shall:
• Have read the entire operation manual.
• Be familiar with the construction and function of the UPS, the equipment being driven, and the
hazards involved.
• Be trained and authorized to safely energize, de-energize, ground, lockout/tagout circuits and
equipment, and clear faults in accordance with established safety practices.
• Be trained in the proper care and use of protective equipment such as safety shoes, rubber gloves,
hard hats, safety glasses, face shields, flash clothing, etc., in accordance with established safety
practices.
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• Be trained in rendering first aid.
For further information on workplace safety visit www.osha.gov.
2.4
Factory Authorized Personnel
Factory authorized personnel have been factory trained and certified to install, service, and repair the
UPS. Contact the Toshiba Customer Support Center for assistance in locating the factory authorized
personnel nearest you.
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Important Safety Instructions
The following contains important instructions that should be followed during the installation, operation, and
maintenance of the G8000 Series UPS.
Please refer to the battery manufacturer’s instructions for details on operating, maintaining and/or replacing
the batteries for each system. Keep unauthorized personnel from batteries. Only a certified service
representative with battery experience should perform service on batteries.
CAUTION
Misuse of this equipment could result in personal injury and/or equipment damage.
In no event will Toshiba Corporation be responsible or liable for either indirect or
consequential damage or injury that may come from the use of this equipment.
The UPS system input and output is NOT equipped with an over-current protection device, or an
output disconnection at the AC output. The user should provide circuit breakers between the UPS AC
input (or Bypass input) and the power sources and between the UPS output and the critical load input. The
minimum device ratings are listed in Table 3.1.
TABLE 3.1 UPS MINIMUM DEVICE RATINGS
Capacity
Rated Output
Input Breaker Rating
Output Breaker Rating
80 kVA
480 V/277 V
480 V – 150 A
480 V – 125 A
100 kVA
480 V/277 V
480 V – 200 A
480 V – 150 A
125 kVA
480 V/277 V
480 V – 200 A
480 V – 200 A
150 kVA
480 V/277 V
480 V – 300 A
480 V – 250 A
225 kVA
480 V/277 V
480 V – 400 A
480 V – 350 A
300 kVA
480 V/277 V
480 V – 600 A
480 V – 500 A
500 kVA
480 V/277 V
480 V – 800 A
480 V – 800 A
80/100/150/225/300 kVA Temperature restrictions: The maximum operating ambient temperature is 86 °F
(30 °C) at 1.0 PF, and 104 °F (40 °C) at 0.8 PF. If the UPS is exposed to the same ambient temperature as
the battery system, the maximum operating ambient temperature is 86 °F (30 °C) at 1.0 PF, 90 °F (32 °C)
at 0.8 PF. Table 3.2 lists the nominal battery voltage.
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TABLE 3.2 UPS NOMINAL BATTERY VOLTAGE
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Capacity
Nominal Voltage
Float Voltage
80 kVA
360 Vdc
405 V
100 kVA
360 Vdc
405 V
125 kVA
360 Vdc
405 V
150 kVA
360 Vdc
405 V
225 kVA
360 Vdc
405 V
300 kVA
360 Vdc
405 V
500 kVA
480 Vdc
540 V
Safety Precautions
The Toshiba products listed in this document are intended for usage in general electronics applications
(computer, personal equipment, office equipment, measuring equipment, industrial robotics, domestic
appliances, etc.). These Toshiba products are neither intended nor warranted for use in equipment that, if
a malfunction or failure occurs, may result in loss of human life or bodily injury (collectively referred to as
“Unintended Usage”). Unintended Usage includes atomic energy control instruments, airplane or spaceship
instruments, transportation instruments, traffic signal instruments, combustion control instruments, medical
operating room or life support equipment, all types of safety devices, etc. Unintended Usage of Toshiba
products listed in this document shall be made at the customer’s own risk.
The application of the UPS without special consideration for equipment that supports human safety and/or
maintain public services may cause serious accidents.
4.1
Disclaimer
IN NO EVENT WILL TOSHIBA CORPORATION BE RESPONSIBLE OR LIABLE FOR EITHER INDIRECT
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGE OR INJURY THAT MAY COME FROM THE MISUSE OF THIS
EQUIPMENT. ANY MODIFICATIONS WITHOUT AUTHORIZATION BY TOSHIBA COULD RESULT IN
PERSONAL INJURIES, DEATH OR DESTRUCTION OF THE UPS.
TOSHIBA RESERVES THE RIGHT TO MAKE CHANGES WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE TO ANY
PRODUCTS HEREIN TO IMPROVE RELIABILITY, FUNCTION OR DESIGN. TOSHIBA DOES NOT
ASSUME ANY LIABILITY ARISING OUT OF THE APPLICATION OR USE OF ANY PRODUCT OR UPS
DESCRIBED HEREIN; NEITHER DOES IT CONVEY ANY LICENSE UNDER ITS PATENT RIGHTS, NOR
THE RIGHTS OF OTHERS.
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4.2
General Maintenance
WARNING
DO NOT remove the rear/side panels, or any sheet metla not
designed to be removed.
Removing rear/side panels may result in electric shock, burns,
personal injuries or UPS failure.
Keep the area arround the UPS clean.
Use a vacuum cleaner to clean the UPS.
Only factory authorized personnel sould perform internal general
maintenance on the UPS.
Contact the authorized Toshiba Customer Support Center or
an authorized Toshiba representative for informaton on proper
disposal of UPS components.
It is illegal to dispose of certain components without conforming to
environmental regulations for indusrial/commercial waste.
4.3
Transporting/Unpacking
WARNING
When transporting the UPS by crane, follow the SPECIFIED WORK PROCEDURE.
The suspension wire angle should be less than 60°.
The UPS falling or overturning may cause crushing, trapping or other personal
injuries.
See Installation Manual: Chapter 8 - Transporting
DO NOT tilt the UPS more than 10° from upright position.
Tilting the UPS more than 10° may cause crushing, trapping or other
personal injuries.
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CAUTION
DO NOT transport, move, store, or place the UPS on its side.
Forces due to heavy components inside may damage the UPS.
Avoid vibration or shock exceeding 0.5G.
Failing to observe this precaution may cause damage to the UPS.
DO NOT allow the UPS to suffer shock or impact when
unpacking.
Tools used to remove packaging materials may cause damage to the
UPS.
DO NOT push or pull on the sides of the packaging.or the
UPS to move it. Always use a crane, forklift, or pallet jack for
transporting and positioning the UPS.
Pushing/pulling on the sides of the unit to move it may result in damage
to the UPS. See Figure 4.1 Exterior Handling label.
Do not push or
pull from sides
BACK SIDE
Fig. 4.1 Exterior Handling label
BY CRANE:
- Cables should have sufficient rating
and equal length.
- Keep UPS leveled when lifting/lowering
and avoid impacts.
Do not push or
pull from sides
BY FORKLIFT:
- Verify forklift maximum load capacity.
- Ensure that the forks are long enough
to support the UPS and are inserted
properly.
- Do not swing or tilt the UPS when
lifting and/or transporting.
See manual for complete details.
FORKS (4 Ft. Minimum length)
WARNING:
Risk of tipping. For safe handling, lift UPS from back and sides only (as shown above)
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4.4
Inspection/Storage
Inspection
Upon receipt of the UPS, an inspection for shipping damage should be performed. Use caution when
removing the unit from the pallet. Refer to labels or documentation attached to packing material.
Unpacking
Check the unit for loose, broken, bent or otherwise damaged parts. If damage has occurred during shipping,
keep all original crating and packing materials for return to the shipping agent.
NOTE: The factory warranty does not apply to damage incurred during shipping!
Ensure that the rated capacity and the model number specified on the nameplate conform to the order
specifications.
Storage
During periods of non-use, the following guidelines are recommended for storage.
Storage Preparation
1) Power up the UPS and allow it to operate with no load for 24 hours to fully charge
the batteries.
2) Stop the unit.
3) Place the Main Circuit Breaker switch in the “OFF” position.
Storage Conditions
• For best results, store the UPS in the original shipping container and place on a wood
or metal pallet
• Storage temperature range: -4 to 104 °F (-20 to 40 °C)
• The optimum storage temperature is 70 °F (21 °C). A higher ambient temperature will
require recharging more frequently during storage
Avoid the following storage locations:
• Locations that are subject to extreme temperature changes or high humidity
• Locations that are subject to high levels of dust or metal particles
• Locations that are subject to excessive vibration
• Inclined floor surfaces
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Installation Precautions
CAUTION
Install the UPS in a controlled environment.
Improper storage and installation environment may deteriorate
insulation, shorten component life and cause malfunctions.
See Table 5.1 - UPS Installation Environment Standards
DO NOT tilt the UPS more than 10° from upright position.
Tilting the UPS more than 10° may cause crushing, trapping or other
personal injuries and cause physical damage to internal components.
WARNING
Keep the SPECIFIED CLEARANCE around the UPS.
Inadequate space around the UPS makes it difficult to perform
maintenance/inspections, will lead to insufficient ventilation, and/or
cause malfunctions.
Install anchor bolts to secure the UPS to the installation floor.
The UPS may fall during an earthquake if the anchor bolts are not
installed and secured.
Only factory authorized personnel should relocate, modify, or
replace parts in the UPS after initial installation.
Electrical shock, injury or UPS failure may occur if non-authorized
technicians attempt to modify or relocate the UPS.
Please contact Toshiba Customer Support Center if you plan to move
or make modifications to the UPS
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DO NOT block air vents.
Blocking the vents will increase the internal temperatures and may
result in UPS failure or fire.
DO NOT install the UPS where water may fall on it.
Water may cause electrical shock, personal injury or UPS failure.
DO NOT use floor wax that contains silicon in the UPS storage
area and/or nearby rooms.
Floor wax that contains silicon may cause static electricity.
WARNING
The UPS should be installed per local and/or national electric codes
by qualified personnel.
Faults or improper operation may occur if the UPS is not installed
properly.
When an external maintenance bypass is installed for the UPS,
before switching to external bypass, ensure that the UPS unit is
switched to AC Bypass mode and the UPS control panel display
verifies the unit is Bypass mode.
Switching to the external bypass while the unit is in UPS mode may
damage the UPS.
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TABLE 5.1 - UPS INSTALLATION ENVIRONMENT STANDARDS
Item
Environment standard
Installation Location Indoors
Minimum operating temperature: 32 °F (0 °C).
Maximum operating temperature: 86 °F (30 °C) at 1.0 PF (UPS with/without
battery system).
Ambient
Temperature
Maximum operating temperature: 90 °F (32 °C) at 0.8 PF (UPS with battery
system).
Maximum operating temperature: 104 °F (40 °C) at 0.8 PF (UPS only).
Average 24-hour operating temperature: 86 °F (30 °C) at 1.0 PF and 41 – 95 °F
(5 – 35 °C) at 0.8 PF.
Relative Humidity
The relative humidity must be between 30 and 90% noncondensing due to
temperature changes.
Altitude
These specifications are for altitudes up to 3240 ft. (1000 m) above sea level.
Consult with the factory to determine the derating factor for installations above
3240 ft. (1000 m).
Installation environment must not have vibration frequencies 10 Hz – 20 Hz.
Vibration and
Mechanical Shock
The acceleration due to vibrations less than 10 Hz must not exceed 0.5 G.
The acceleration due to vibrations 20 Hz – 50 Hz must not exceed 0.5 G.
The total amplitude due to vibrations 50 Hz – 100 Hz must not exceed 0.1 mm.
Dust
Dust must not exceed normal atmospheric levels and must not include conductive
particles, silicone or oils.
No flammable and/or explosive gas.
Flammable Gas
Hydrogen sulfide (H2S)
Less than or equal to 0.0001 PPM
Sulfurous acid gas (SO2)
Less than or equal to 0.05 PPM
Chlorine gas (Cl2)
Less than or equal to 0.002 PPM
Ammonia gas (NH3)
Less than or equal to 0.1 PPM
Nitrous acid gas (NO2)
Less than or equal to 0.02 PPM
Nitrous oxides (NOx)
Less than or equal to 0.02 PPM
Ozone (O3)
Less than or equal to 0.002 PPM
Hydrochloric acid mist (HCl)
Less than or equal to 0.1 mg/m3
Installation Precautions
1) Install the unit in a stable, level and upright position that is free of excessive
vibration.
2) Install the unit where the ambient temperature is within the specified range.
3) DO NOT install the UPS in areas that are subject to high humidity.
4) DO NOT install the UPS in areas that allow exposure to direct sunlight.
5) DO NOT install the UPS in areas that allow exposure to high levels of airborne dust,
metal particles, or flammable gases.
6) DO NOT install the UPS in areas near sources of electrical noise. Ensuring a proper
earth ground will reduce the effects of electrical noise and will reduce the potential for
electrical shock.
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7) The UPS generates and can radiate radio-frequency energy during operation. Although
RFI noise filters are installed inside of the unit, there is no guarantee that the UPS will
not influence some sensitive devices that are operating near by. If such interference
is experienced, the UPS should be installed further away from the affected equipment
and/or powered from a different source than that of the installed equipment.
8) The user should provide over-current protection for hardwired UPS systems between
the UPS output and the load input.
9) After ensuring that all power sources are turned “OFF” and isolated in accordance with
established lockout/tagout procedures, connect the power source wiring of the correct
voltage to the input terminals of the UPS.
NOTE: Ensure the input phasing is connected in clockwise rotation (CW). UPS internal
circuitry is designed to disable further UPS operation if the input phasing is
installed in counter-clockwise rotation (CCW).
10) Connect the output terminals of the UPS to the load (refer to NEC Article 300 - Wiring
Methods and Article 310 - Conductors For General Wiring). Size the branch circuit
conductors in accordance with NEC Table 310.16 as published 9/2007.
WARNING
METAL CONDUIT IS NOT AN ACCEPTABLE GROUND.
Conductor Routing and Grounding
1) Use separate metal conduits for routing the input power, output power, and control
circuits.
2) Follow the wire size and tightening torque specifications.
3) Always ground the unit to reduce the potential for electrical shock and to help reduce
electrical noise.
4) A separate ground cable should be run inside the conduit with the input power, output
power, and control circuits.
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Wiring/Connection
WARNING
Perform wiring and connections with correct polarity.
Be careful when connecting the UPS to the battery system. A wrong
connection may cause damage to the UPS, battery, or charger.
Connect ONLY one (1) ground wire to the earth ground terminal.
A missing ground wire may cause an electrical shock hazard.
Connecting to more than one ground may cause a ground loop.
See Chapter 8 - UPS Wiring
DO NOT force, bend, or pull wires.
DO NOT damage wire insulation.
DO NOT place heavy objects on top of UPS.
Observe the above precautions when making wire connections or
handling the wires. Failing to observe these precautions may damage
the insulation of the wires or may cause a fire or an electric shock
hazard.
NOTICE
Follow the torque criteria for tightening screws.
Loose connections may cause fire due to heating.
See Chapter 11 - UPS Wiring
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Warning Labels
Below are representative warning labels and their location on the UPS. Exterior Handling labels shown in
section 4.3, Transporting/Unpacking, are in the manual packet, and attached to the UPS shipping covering and shipping pallet.
NOTICE
Make sure all the warning labels are installed in the appropriate locations.
If a label is missing or illegible, contact Toshiba Customer Support Center or an
authorized representative.
(A) 48082
(B) 40308
DANGER
DANGER
HAZARDOUS VOLTAGES
AC VOLTAGE
This UPS receives power from more
than one source. Disconnect all AC
sources before performing any service
or testing inside this unit
48082
100,
150,
225 KVA
(C) 56875
56875 FOR
FOR80,
100,
150,
225KVA
Hazardous voltages are used in the operation
of this equipment and could cause severe personal
injury or loss of life.
The following precautions should be observed to
reduce the risk of injury or death.
Only qualified technicians familiar with this equipment and the
information supplied with it should be permitted to install and
operate this equipment.
Installation of electrical equipment must be done in
accordance with National Electrical Code and any other state
or local codes. Proper grounding and conductor sizing must
be installed for safe operation.
During operation, keep all covers in place and cabinet
doors shut.
When performing visual inspections and maintenance, if
possible, be sure the UPS is turned off and the incoming
AC feed is turned off and locked out.
The UPS and Battery Cabinet will have hazardous
voltages present even after the AC feed is turned off.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
If it is necessary to make measurements with the power
on, do not touch any electrical connection points. Remove
all jewelry from wrists and fingers. Make sure test equipment
is in good, safe operating condition.
U
V
W
U
V
W
N
U
V
W
N
-
+
While servicing, stand on some type of insulation, and be
sure not to be grounded.
USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY!
REFER TO INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR WIRE SIZE AND TIGHTENING TORQUE
480 V
480 V
480V
400 V
A C INPUT
BYPA SS INPUT
AC OUTPUT
BATTERY
Follow the safety instructions given in the equipment manual
carefully and observe all danger, warning and caution notices.
40308
(D) 40830
(C) 58708 FOR 300KVA
USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY !
REFER TO INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR WIRE SIZE AND TIGHTENING TORQUE
1
58708
U
2
3
4
V
W
-
5
6
7
+
U
V
8
9
10
W
N
U
11
12
V
W
480 V
400 V
480 V
480 V
A C INPUT
BATTERY
BYPASS INPUT
AC OUTPUT
WA R N I N G
CRITICAL FUSE SIZING
Incorrect fuse replacement size
may result in fire or inadequate
equipment protection.
Replace only with same type
and rating of fuse.
PN 40830
(E) 39561
14
DANGER
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
Capacitors stay c harged after power
has been s hut off.
Accidental contact with liv e parts can
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Operation Manual
(F) 58705 SERIAL LABEL
(G)and57055
UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SUPPLY
GND
(D) 40830
(C) 58708 FOR 300KVA
USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY !
REFER TO INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR WIRE SIZE AND TIGHTENING TORQUE
1
58708
U
2
3
4
V
W
-
5
6
7
+
U
V
8
9
10
W
N
U
11
12
V
W
480 V
400 V
480 V
480 V
A C INPUT
BATTERY
BYPASS INPUT
AC OUTPUT
WA R N I N G
CRITICAL FUSE SIZING
Incorrect fuse replacement size
may result in fire or inadequate
equipment protection.
Replace only with same type
and rating of fuse.
PN 40830
(E) 39561
(F) 58705 SERIAL LABEL
(G) 57055
UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SUPPLY
DANGER
GND
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
Capacitors stay c harged after power
has been s hut off.
Accidental contact with liv e parts can
cause personal injury and death.
Turn off and lock out all power sources.
Wait at least five (5) minutes for power
to dissipate then check voltage before
servicing.
39561
58705
MFD. IN U.S .A. FR OM FOREIGN AND DOMES TIC C OMP ON ENTS
HOUS TON , TE XAS
(I) 40831
LISTED
27E5
®
(J) 57053
CAUTION
CAUTION
8A
Heat sink not grounded.
(control power source switch)
Risk of electrical shock.
Disconnect UPS and electrically
test heat sink before touching.
6.1
®
Do not turn off while operating.
PN 40831
Warning Label Locations
FIGURE 6.2 – 80/100/125 KVA UPS WARNING LABELS
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FIGURE 6.3 – 150/225 KVA UPS WARNING LABELS
FIGURE 6.4 - 300 KVA UPS WARNING LABELS
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FINAL LAYOUT NOT AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME:
CONTACT THE FACTORY FOR ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
FIGURE 6.3 – 500 KVA UPS WARNING LABELS
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7
Weight and Dimensions
Table 7.1 lists the unit and shipping weights for G8000 UPS models. See Appendix B for detailed outline
and dimensioins of all models.
TABLE 7.1 G8000 UPS UNIT AND SHIPPING WEIGHTS
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Model
Unit
Shipping
80 kVA
1390 lb. (630 kg)
1440 lb. (652 kg)
100 kVA
1740 lb. (789 kg)
1790 lb. (812 kg)
125 kVA
1740 lb. (789 kg)
1790 lb. (812 kg)
150 kVA
2467 lb. (1119 kg)
2556 lb. (1159 kg)
225 kVA
2980 lb. (1352 kg)
3069 lb. (1392 kg)
300 kVA
4575 lb. (2075 kg)
4725 lb. (2143 kg)
500 kVA (Input Cabinet)
1570 lb. (712 kg)
~1620 lb. (735 kg)1
500 kVA (Output Cabinet)
4950 lb. (2245 kg)1
1 - Weights are approximate.
1
~5100 lb. (2313 kg)1
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Transporting
WARNING
When transporting the UPS by crane, follow the SPECIFIED WORK PROCEDURE.
The suspension wire angle should be less than 60°.
The UPS falling or overturning may cause crushing, trapping or other personal
injuries.
DO NOT tilt the UPS more than 10° from upright position.
Tilting the UPS more than 10° may cause crushing, trapping or other
personal injuries.
CAUTION
DO NOT transport, move, store, or place the UPS on its side.
Excessive force applied from heavy components inside may damage
the UPS.
Avoid vibration or shock exceeding 0.5G.
Failing to observe this precaution may cause damage to the UPS.
DO NOT allow the UPS to suffer shock or impact when
unpacking.
Tools used to remove packaging materials may cause damage to the
UPS.
DO NOT install the UPS where water may fall on it.
Water may cause electrical shock, personal injury or UPS failure.
DO NOT push or pull on the sides of the packaging.or the
UPS to move it. Always use a crane, forklift, or pallet jack for
transporting and positioning the UPS.
Pushing/pulling on the sides of the unit to move it may result in damage
to the UPS. (See Figure 4.1 Exterior Handling label.)
The UPS may be packed in a crate for extra protection during transportation. Avoid impact or vibration
against the UPS during transportation. DO NOT expose the UPS directly to water.
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8.1 8.1Transporting
ByBy
Crane
Transporting
Crane
Cables should have sufficient ratings and be of the same length. Make sure the suspension cables are
Cables
should
have sufficient
ratings
andthe
beangle
of the
same
length.
Make
sure the suspension cables are
hooked
at eyebolts.
See Figure
8.1. Keep
less
than 60°
between
cables.
hooked at eyebolts. See Figure 8.1. Keep the angle less than 60° between cables.
Refer to Chapter 7 - Weight and Dimension for UPS cabinet weight.
Refer to Chapter 7 - Weight and Dimension for UPS cabinet weight.
leveled when lifting. DO NOT swing or tilt the UPS. Minimize the impact when lowering the
KeepKeep
UPSUPS
leveled
when lifting. DO NOT swing or tilt the UPS. Minimize the impact when lowering the UPS
UPS to the floor. Figure 8.2 and 8.3 indicate unacceptable lifting.
to the floor. Figure 8.2 and 8.3 indicate unacceptable lifting.
Figure 8.4 and 8.5 show examples of acceptable and unacceptable operations.
Figure
8.4 and 8.5 show examples of acceptable and unacceptable operations.
Less than 60°
FIGURE 8.1 - CABLES AND EYEBOLTS TO LIFT THE UPS
FIGURE 8.1 - CABLES AND EYEBOLTS TO LIFT THE UPS
More than 60°
FIGURE 8.2 - ANGLE MORE THAN 60°
FIGURE 8.2 - ANGLE MORE THAN 60° FIGURE 8.4 - ACCEPTABLE OPERATION
FIGURE 8.4 - ACCEPTABLE OPERATION
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Uneven Cables
FIGURE 8.3 - UNEVEN CABLES
FIGURE 8.3 - UNEVEN CABLES
FIGURE 8.5 - UNACCEPTABLE OPERATION
FIGURE 8.5 - UNACCEPTABLE OPERATION
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8.2
Transporting By Forklift
Refer to Chapter 7 - Weight and Dimensions.
Verify forklift maximum load capacity and ensure that the forks are long enough to properly support the
UPS. Insert the forks into the space shown in Figure 8.6. Spaces for the forks are provided underneath
the UPS.
DO NOT swing or tilt UPS when lifting and/or transporting. Minimize the impact when lowering the UPS to
the floor.
80 - 225 kVA
Base
Insert the forks here
Secure the forks against the base then lift
300 kVA
Base
Insert the forks here
Secure the forks against the base then lift
FIGURE 8.6 -TRANSPORTING 80-300 KVA UPS BY FORKLIFT
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500 kVA
(Ships in two parts, Input
and Output Cabinets)
Input Cabinet
Output Cabinet
Insert the forks here.
Insert the forks here.
Secure forks against
the base and then lift.
Secure forks against
the base and then lift.
FIGURE 8.7 -TRANSPORTING 500 KVA UPS BY FORKLIFT
(See Appendix C for cabinet mating insturctions)
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Storage/Operating Environment
Observe the following when storing the UPS.
• Store UPS indoors.
• Maximum storage time for the UPS between powered operation cycles is three years. If the UPS
has been stored for a period exceeding 36 months, contact your factory authorized represnetative
of guidance in starting the unit.
Temperature fluctuations should be minimized.
The optimal storage temperature range is 68 – 77 °F (20 – 25° C).
A maximum temperature range of 32 – 104 °F (0 – 40 °C) should be observed.
The optimal relative humidity at the storage location should be between 50 – 60%.
Humidity must not exceed 90%.
Avoid locations where UPS may be exposed to corrosive gas.
Avoid locations with dirt and/or dust.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
TABLE 9.1 - UPS STORAGE/OPERATING ENVIRONMENT STANDARDS
Item
Environment standard
Storage Location
Indoors
Ambient Temperature
Minimum storage temperature: 32 °F (0 °C)
Maximum storage temperature: 104 °F (40 °C)
Relative Humidity
The relative humidity must be between 30 and 90% and without condensation
due to temperature changes.
Altitude
This equipment is rated for installations up to 3240 ft. (1000m) above
sea level. Consult with the factory to determine the derating factor for
installations above 3240 ft. (1000m).
Dust
Dust must not exceed normal atmospheric levels and must not include
conductive particles, silicone or oils.
No flammable and/or explosive gas.
Flammable Gas
9.1
Hydrogen sulfide (H2S)
Less than or equal to 0.0001 PPM
Sulfurous acid gas (SO2)
Less than or equal to 0.05 PPM
Chlorine gas (Cl2)
Less than or equal to 0.002 PPM
Ammonia gas (NH3)
Less than or equal to 0.1 PPM
Nitrous acid gas (NO2)
Less than or equal to 0.02 PPM
Nitrous oxides (NOx)
Less than or equal to 0.02 PPM
Ozone (O3)
Less than or equal to 0.002 PPM
Hydrochloric acid mist (HCl)
Less than or equal to 0.1 mg/m3
Operating Precautions
Initial startup/comisioning of the UPS should be performed by factory authorized personnel.
1) The UPS should not be powered up until the entire operation manual has been read.
2) The voltage of the input power source must be within the rated input voltage range. The
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input frequency range must be within the rated input frequency range.
3) The UPS should not be used with a load that has a rated input that is greater than the
rated output of the UPS.
4) If using the UPS to provide power to motors that require high starting current or with
motors that require a long starting time, call Toshiba support for guidance in over sizing
the UPS for lock rotor current.
5) DO NOT insert metal objects or combustible materials in the ventilation slots of the UPS.
6) DO NOT place, hang, or paste any objects on the exterior surfaces of the UPS.
7) The capacitors in the UPS maintain a residual charge for a while after turning the UPS
off. The required discharge time for each UPS typeform is provided via a cabinet label
and a CHARGE LED. Wait for at least the minimum time indicated on the label and
ensure that the CHARGE LED has gone out before opening the door of the UPS once
the UPS power has been turned off.
8) DO NOT attempt to disassemble, modify, or repair the UPS. Call your Toshiba sales
representative for repair information.
9) Turn the power on only after installing ALL of the covers.
10) DO NOT remove any covers of the UPS when power is on.
11) If the UPS should emit smoke or an unusual odor or sound, turn the power off immediately.
12) Warning signs should be placed on or near the load as a notification that the load is
being powered by the UPS.
13) Additional warnings and notifications shall be posted at the equipment installation
location as deemed required by Qualified Personnel.
WARNING
While operating in the inverter mode, placing the input breaker
in the “OFF” position will switch the UPS to the battery backup
mode.
The output of the UPS will continue uninterrupted to the load. The unit
must be in the bypass mode at the time that the breaker is placed in
the “OFF” position for the UPS to shutdown power to the load.
CAUTION
After an Emergency Power Off (EPO), DO NOT reset the breaker
until the UPS internal circuits have been fully discharged.
The UPS could be damaged if the unit is not fully discharged before
the breaker is reset.
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9.2
Maintenance Precautions
All internal maintenance sould be performed by factory authorized personnel.
1) Turn off, lockout, and tagout ALL power sources before connecting the power wiring to
the equipment or when performing maintenance.
2) Hardwire type UPS units are not equipped with an over-current protection device, nor do
they have an output disconnect for the AC output. A user-installed circuit breaker should
be provided between the UPS output and the load input.
3) The maximum ambient operating temperature is 86 °F (30 °C) at 1.0 PF, and 104 °F (40
°C) at 0.8 PF.
4) Only factory authorized personnel should service the UPS. Contact Toshiba for the the
nearest authorized service center.
5) Battery servicing should be performed by factory authorized personnel only. Contact
your nearest factory authorized service center for battery replacement.
Qualified Personnel ONLY!
Qualified Personnel have the skills and knowledge relating to the construction, installation, operation, and
maintenance of the electrical equipment and has received safety training on the hazards involved (Refer to
the latest edition of NFPA 70E for additional safety requirements).
Qualified Personnel shall:
1) Have read the entire operation manual.
2) Be trained and authorized to safely energize, de-energize, ground, lockout and tag
circuits and equipment, and clear faults in accordance with established safety practices.
3) Be trained in the proper use and care of protective equipment such as safety shoes,
rubber gloves, hard hats, safety glasses, face shields, flash clothing, etc., in accordance
with established safety practices.
4) Be trained in rendering first aid.
5) Be knowledgeable of batteries and the required handling and maintenance
precautions.
For further information on workplace safety visit www.osha.gov.
WARNING
Misuse of equipment could result in injury and equipment damage.
In no event will Toshiba Corporation be responsible or liable for either
indirect or consequential damage or injury that may result from the
misuse of this equipment.
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CAUTION
DO NOT dispose of the batteries in a fire.
The batteries may explode.
DO NOT open or mutilate the batteries.
Released electrolyte is harmful to the eyes and skin and could also
be toxic.
DANGER
A battery can present a risk of electrical shock and high short
circuit current.
9.3
Disposal
Please contact your local or state environmental agency for details on disposal of electrical components
and packaging in your particular area.
It is illegal to dump lead-acid batteries in landfills or dispose of them improperly.
Please help protect the Earth by contacting the environmental protection agencies in your area, the
battery manufacturer, or call Toshiba toll-free at (877) 867-8773 for more information about recycling
batteries.
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Installation
WARNING
Keep the SPECIFIED CLEARANCE around the UPS.
Inadequate space around the UPS makes it difficult to perform
maintenance/inspections, lead to insufficient ventilation, and/or will
cause malfunctions.
See Figure 10.1 - UPS Clearance
DO NOT tilt the UPS more than 10° from upright position.
Tilting the UPS more than 10° may cause crushing, trapping or other
personal injuries.
Install anchor bolts to secure the UPS to the installation floor.
The UPS may fall during an earthquake if the anchor bolts are not
installed and secured.
DO NOT transport, move, store, or place the UPS on its side.
Forces due to heavy components inside may damage the UPS.
DO NOT allow the UPS to suffer shock or impact when
unpacking.
Tools used to remove packaging materials may cause damage to the
UPS.
DO NOT push or pull on the sides of the packaging.or the
UPS to move it. Always use a crane, forklift, or pallet jack for
transporting and positioning the UPS.
Pushing/pulling on the sides of the unit to move it may result in damage
to the UPS. See Figure 4.1 Exterior Handling label.
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10.1
Unpacking
Unpack the UPS indoors on a paved floor. The UPS should be as close as possible to its final storage
location. Overhead traveling cranes should be used to unpack any G8000 Series UPS. If an overhead
traveling crane is not available, allow enough space for forklift operations to unpack the UPS crate. Then
remove the crate.
Points to observe
•
•
•
•
•
Retain all small articles during unpacking and installation.
Make sure that exterior paint is not scratched and that the UPS cabinet is not damaged.
DO NOT damage the UPS when using tools to remove packaging materials.
If provided, DO NOT remove the plastic sheet cover, until installation.
Do not remove the fan covers until UPS start up. The fan covers should be removed by factory
authorized personnel. Packing materials should be disposed by the appropriate means.
• Immediately report any abnormalities to Toshiba Customer Support Center or an authorized
representative.
10.2
UPS Clearance
Maintain the indicated clearance during installation. See Figure 10.1. Ensure that the front and top air vents
are NOT blocked.
Top 16 in. (400 mm)
Front
44 in.
(1100 mm)
Back 0 in. (0 mm)
Side 0 in. (0 mm)
FIGURE 10.1 - UPS CLEARANCE
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10.3
Anchor Bolts
Install the anchor bolts to secure the UPS on the floor. See Figure 10.2 for anchor bolt installation detail.
Use 12mm (1/2”) diameter anchor bolts. There are 16mm (5/8”) diameter holes provided in the UPS base.
See Figure 10.3 for the hole locations and dimensions for the specified UPS models.
150/225 kVA
(See Appendix B)
Back
4 x 0.5 in. - Dia. (12 mm)
4 x 5/16 in. (16 mm)
diameter screw holes
21.7 in.
(551 mm)
Front
4 screw holes
(Side View)
46.1 in. (1171 mm)
300 kVA
(See Appendix B)
Anchor Bolt
Back
8 x 0.5 in. - Dia. (12 mm)
FIGURE 10.2
ANCHOR BOLT INSTALLATION DETAIL
25.6 in.
(650 mm)
Front
22.5 in.
(571 mm)
80/100/125 kVA
22.5 in.
(571 mm)
22.5 in.
(571 mm)
500 kVA
(See Appendix B)
(See Appendix B)
3.0 in. (76 mm)
Back
4 x 0.5 in. - Dia. (12 mm)
Back
21.7 in.
(551 mm)
Input Section
Front
30.0 in.
(762 mm)
Output Section
Front
29.7 in. (755 mm)
33.9 in.
(862 mm)
20.0 in.
(508 mm)
22.4 in.
(568 mm)
20.0 in.
(508 mm)
12 x 0.5 in. - Dia. (12 mm)
FIGURE 10.3
HOLE LOCATIONS/DIMENSIONS
ON BOTTOM OF UPS
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11 UPS Wiring
11 Figure
UPS
Wiring
11.1 illustrates the external wiring of the G8000 UPS. See corresponding section to each wiring
term.
Note:
Always consult your local and NEC electrical codes for wiring, cabling, and circuit protection device
requirements.
Power cable connection at terminal blocks/buses and external breaker provision for the AC
input/output, Bypass Input and DC input.
Figure 11.1 illustrates the external wiring of the single-input G8000 UPS. See corresponding section to each
• Earth ground wire at grounding terminal.
wiring term.
• Control wire terminal TB1 (battery cabinet and bypass breaker).
•
• Power cable connection at terminal blocks/buses and external breaker provision for the AC
input/output, Bypass Input and DC input.
• Earth ground wire at grounding terminal.
• Control wire terminal TB1 (battery cabinet and bypass breaker)
< UPS >
Bypass
3φ4W
Contactor + Thyristor
Bypass
Breaker
Bypass
Contactor
Input
Contactor
AC Input
3φ3W
Input
Breaker
Output
3φ4W
Rectifier
Inverter
Inverter
Contactor
Output
Breaker
Chopper
Charger
TB1
DC input
Battery
Breaker
Ground
Wire
< Battery Cabinet >
FIGURE 11.1 - SINGLE INPUT EXTERNAL WIRING DIAGRAM
FIGURE 11.1 - EXTERNAL WIRING DIAGRAM
An external maintenance bypass may be installed in parallel with the UPS to allow servicing of the G8000
while maintaining power to the UPS load. Contact the Toshiba Customer Service for further information.
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11 UPS Wiring
Figure 11.1 illustrates the external wiring of the G8000 UPS. See corresponding section to each wiring
term.
• Power
cablethe
connection
terminal
blocks/buses
external
breaker
provision for thesection
AC
Figure 11.2
illustrates
external at
wiring
of the
dual-inputand
G8000
UPS.
See corresponding
to each
wiring term.input/output, Bypass Input and DC input.
•• Power
Earth cable
groundconnection
wire at grounding
terminal.
at terminal
blocks/buses and external breaker provision for the AC
• input/output,
Control wire terminal
TB1
(battery
cabinet
Bypass Input and DC
input.and bypass breaker).
• Earth ground wire at grounding terminal.
• Control wire terminal TB1 (battery cabinet and bypass breaker)
< UPS >
Bypass
3φ4W
Contactor + Thyristor
Bypass
Breaker
Bypass
Contactor
Input
Contactor
AC Input
3φ3W
Input
Breaker
Output
3φ4W
Rectifier
Inverter
Inverter
Contactor
Output
Breaker
Chopper
Charger
TB1
DC input
Battery
Breaker
Ground
Wire
< Battery Cabinet >
FIGURE 11.2 - DUAL INPUT EXTERNAL WIRING DIAGRAM
FIGURE
11.1
- EXTERNAL
WIRING
An external maintenance bypass
may be
installed
in parallel
with DIAGRAM
the UPS to allow servicing of the G8000
while maintaining power to the UPS load. Contact the Toshiba Customer Service for further information.
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11.1 80/100/125 kVA Terminal Blocks and Power Cables
Note: Always consult your site specific, local, state, and NEC electrical codes for wiring, cabling, and circuit
protection device requirements.
The terminal blocks for the 80/100/125 kVA UPS are shown in Figure 11.3.
Recommended external cable sizes for both 75 °C and 90 °C copper wire for a single battery string are
listed in Table 11.1–11.2. For two or more battery strings consult with Toshiba Technical Support. Ensure
that your installation adheres to local and NEC electrical codes.
Use only copper wires for external cables.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12 13
+
U
V
W
AC INPUT
U
V
W
N
BYPASS INPUT
U
V
W
N
Note: Contact the
factory if using
more than one
battery string.
–
BATTERY
AC OUTPUT
Cable Capacity of Terminal Blocks 1-11: 2 x #6 AWG to 2/0
Cable Capacity of Terminal Blocks 12-13: 2 x #6 AWG to 350 kcmil
FIGURE 11.3 - TERMINAL BLOCKS FOR 80/100/125 KVA UPS
TABLE 11.1 RECOMMENDED CABLE SIZE & TIGHTENING TORQUE FOR 80 KVA UPS
Block Number
Cable Size (Min-Max)2
75 °C Copper Wire
90 °C Copper Wire
Tightening Torque
1
1/0 – (2) 2/0 AWG
#1 – (2) 2/0 AWG
50 in.-lb. (5.6 N•m)
2
1/0 – (2) 2/0 AWG
#1 – (2) 2/0 AWG
50 in.-lb. (5.6 N•m)
3
1/0 – (2) 2/0 AWG
#1 – (2) 2/0 AWG
50 in.-lb. (5.6 N•m)
4
1/0 – (2) 2/0 AWG
#1 – (2) 2/0 AWG
50 in.-lb. (5.6 N•m)
5
1/0 – (2) 2/0 AWG
#1 – (2) 2/0 AWG
50 in.-lb. (5.6 N•m)
6
1/0 – (2) 2/0 AWG
#1 – (2) 2/0 AWG
50 in.-lb. (5.6 N•m)
7
(2) 1/0 – (2 ) 2/0 AWG
(2) #1 – (2 ) 2/0 AWG
50 in.-lb. (5.6 N•m)
8
1/0 – (2) 2/0 AWG
#1 – (2) 2/0 AWG
50 in.-lb. (5.6 N•m)
9
1/0 – (2) 2/0 AWG
#1 – (2) 2/0 AWG
50 in.-lb. (5.6 N•m)
10
1/0 – (2) 2/0 AWG
#1 – (2) 2/0 AWG
50 in.-lb. (5.6 N•m)
11
3
(2) 1/0 – (2 )2/0 AWG
(2) #1 – (2 ) 2/0 AWG
50 in.-lb. (5.6 N•m)
121,2
(2) 1/0 - (2) 3/0 AWG
(2) 2/0 - (2) 3/0 AWG
325 in.-lb. (36.7 N•m)
131,2
(2) 1/0 - (2) 3/0 AWG
(2) 2/0 - (2) 3/0 AWG
325 in.-lb. (36.7 N•m)
3
One battery string. (Consult factory if using more than one battery string.)
Maximum cable size for terminal lugs 1-11: (2) x #6 to #2 AWG; Battery Terminals 12-13: (2) x#6 AWG to 350 kcmil.
3
Cable sized for neutral current=1.7Xphase current. Size cable appropriate to actual load type: balanced, unbalanced, non-linear.
1
2
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TABLE 11.2 RECOMMENDED CABLE SIZE & TIGHTENING TORQUE FOR 100 KVA UPS
Block Number
Cable Size (Min-Max) 2
75 °C Copper Wire
90 °C Copper Wire
Tightening Torque
1
(2) #3 – (2) 2/0 AWG
2/0 – (2) 2/0 AWG
50 in.-lb. (5.6 N•m)
2
(2) #3 – (2) 2/0 AWG
2/0 – (2) 2/0 AWG
50 in.-lb. (5.6 N•m)
3
(2) #3 – (2) 2/0 AWG
2/0 – (2) 2/0 AWG
50 in.-lb. (5.6 N•m)
4
(2) #1 – (2) 2/0 AWG
2/0 – (2) 2/0 AWG
50 in.-lb. (5.6 N•m)
5
(2) #1 – (2) 2/0 AWG
2/0 – (2) 2/0 AWG
50 in.-lb. (5.6 N•m)
6
(2) #1 – (2) 2/0 AWG
2/0 – (2) 2/0 AWG
50 in.-lb. (5.6 N•m)
(2) 2/0 AWG
(2) 2/0 AWG
50 in.-lb. (5.6 N•m)
8
(2) #1 – (2) 2/0 AWG
2/0 – (2) 2/0 AWG
50 in.-lb. (5.6 N•m)
9
(2) #1 – (2) 2/0 AWG
2/0 – (2) 2/0 AWG
50 in.-lb. (5.6 N•m)
7
3
10
(2) #1 – (2) 2/0 AWG
2/0 – (2) 2/0 AWG
50 in.-lb. (5.6 N•m)
3
(2) 2/0 AWG
(2) 2/0 AWG
50 in.-lb. (5.6 N•m)
12
1,2
(2) 3/0 - (2) 4/0 AWG
(2) 2/0 - (2) 3/0 AWG
325 in.-lb. (36.7 N•m)
13
1,2
(2) 3/0 - (2) 4/0 AWG
(2) 2/0 - (2) 3/0 AWG
325 in.-lb. (36.7 N•m)
11
One battery string. (Consult factory if using more than one battery string.)
2
Maximum cable size for terminal lugs 1-11: 2 x 6 to 2/0 AWG; Battery Terminals 12-13: 2 x 6 AWG to 350 kcmil.
3
Cable sized for neutral current=1.7Xphase current. Size cable appropriate to actual load type: balanced, unbalanced, non-linear.
1
TABLE 11.2 RECOMMENDED CABLE SIZE & TIGHTENING TORQUE FOR 125 KVA UPS
Block Number
Cable Size (Min-Max) 2
75 °C Copper Wire
90 °C Copper Wire
Tightening Torque
1
(2) #3 – (2) 2/0 AWG
2/0 – (2) 2/0 AWG
50 in.-lb. (5.6 N•m)
2
(2) #3 – (2) 2/0 AWG
2/0 – (2) 2/0 AWG
50 in.-lb. (5.6 N•m)
3
(2) #3 – (2) 2/0 AWG
2/0 – (2) 2/0 AWG
50 in.-lb. (5.6 N•m)
4
(2) #3 – (2) 2/0 AWG
2/0 – (2) 2/0 AWG
50 in.-lb. (5.6 N•m)
5
(2) #3 – (2) 2/0 AWG
2/0 – (2) 2/0 AWG
50 in.-lb. (5.6 N•m)
6
(2) #3 – (2) 2/0 AWG
2/0 – (2) 2/0 AWG
50 in.-lb. (5.6 N•m)
(2) 2/0 AWG
(2) 2/0 AWG
50 in.-lb. (5.6 N•m)
8
(2) #3 – (2) 2/0 AWG
2/0 – (2) 2/0 AWG
50 in.-lb. (5.6 N•m)
9
(2) #3 – (2) 2/0 AWG
2/0 – (2) 2/0 AWG
50 in.-lb. (5.6 N•m)
10
(2) #3 – (2) 2/0 AWG
2/0 – (2) 2/0 AWG
50 in.-lb. (5.6 N•m)
11 3
(2) 2/0 AWG
(2) 2/0 AWG
50 in.-lb. (5.6 N•m)
12
1,2
(2) 3/0 - (2) 4/0 AWG
(2) 2/0 - (2) 3/0 AWG
325 in.-lb. (36.7 N•m)
13
1,2
(2) 3/0 - (2) 4/0 AWG
(2) 2/0 - (2) 3/0 AWG
325 in.-lb. (36.7 N•m)
7
3
One battery string. (Consult factory if using more than one battery string.)
Maximum cable size for terminal lugs 1-11: 2 x 6 to 2/0 AWG; Battery Terminals 12-13: 2 x 6 AWG to 350 kcmil.
3
Cable sized for neutral current=1.7Xphase current. Size cable appropriate to actual load type: balanced, unbalanced, non-linear.
1
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11.2
150, 225, 300, and 500 kVA Buss Strip Terminals and Power Cables
Note: Always consult your site specific, local, state, and NEC electrical codes for wiring, cabling, and circuit
protection device requirements.
The 150, 225, 300 and 500 kVA UPS units have buss strip power terminals.
1.75 in.
(45 mm)
Figure 11.4 is a typical buss strip for a 150/225 kVA UPS.
Figure 11.5 shows the arrangement of the terminal buss
strips for the 150 and 225 kVA UPS units. The terminal
buss strips are located inside, at the bottom of the UPS.
The dashed line on terminals 1–13 indicates the side view
of the bolt holes. Use 1/2 inch bolts to attach the lugs.
3 in.
(77 mm)
0.5 in. Dia.
(1.27 mm)
1.97 in.
(50 mm)
Figure 11.6 shows the arrangement of the terminal buss
strips for the 300 kVA UPS. The buss strips are located
inside at the top of the unit.
1.77 in.
(45 mm)
5.3 in. (135 mm)
FIGURE 11.4 - TERMINAL BUS DETAIL
1
U
2
4
3
V
5
U
W
6
V
AC INPUT
W
7
8
N
U
9
V
10
W
11
12
–
N
AC OUTPUT
BYPASS INPUT
13
Flywheel Input (+)
(Optional Flywheel
Input fuse. Flywheel (-)
connects to Battery (-))
+
BATTERY
Note: Contact the factory if using more than one battery string,
flywheel, or combination battery and flywheel.
FIGURE 11.5 - TERMINAL BUSS ARRANGEMENT FOR 150 AND 225 KVA UPS
(Optional Flywheel Input fuse.
Flywheel (-) connects to Battery (-))
Flywheel Input (+)
Note: Contact the factory if using more than one battery string,
flywheel, or combination battery and flywheel.
1
2
3
U
V
W
AC INPUT
3-phase 3-wire
4
5
–
+
BATTERY
6
7
8
U
V
W
BYPASS INPUT
3-phase 4-wire
9
N
10
11
12
U
V
W
AC OUTPUT
3-phase 4-wire
FIGURE 11.6 - TERMINAL BUSS ARRANGEMENT FOR 300 KVA UPS
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Figure 11.7 shows the terminal mounting hole arrangement for the terminal buss strips for the 500 kVA
UPS units.
Figure 11.8 shows the arrangement of the terminal buss strips for the 500 kVA UPS. The buss strips are
located inside at the top of the unit. The dashed line on terminals 1–13 indicates the side view of the bolt
holes. Use 1/2 inch bolts to attach the lugs.
3-Phase AC Power Lugs
3-Phase Neutral and
Battery (DC) Power Lugs
6 x 0.5625 in. Dia.
(14.3 mm)
6 x 0.5625 in. Dia.
(14.3 mm)
0.875 in.
(22 mm)
0.875 in.
(22 mm)
1.75 in.
(44.5 mm)
1.75 in.
(44.5 mm)
0.875 in.
(22 mm)
0.875 in.
(22 mm)
0.75 in.
(19 mm)
0.75 in.
(19 mm)
1.75 in.
(44.5 mm)
1.75 in.
(44.5 mm)
1.75 in.
(44.5 mm)
5.5 in. (140 mm)
4 in. (102 mm)
FIGURE 11.7 - TERMINAL BUSS DETAILS FOR 500KVA UPS
G8000 500KVA - INPUT SECTION
1
2
3
4
G8000 500KVA - OUTPUT SECTION
5
8
6
9
10
11
7
U
V
W
U
V
GND
W
U
V
12
13
14
N
–
+
W
AC INPUT
N
BYPASS INPUT
AC OUTPUT
BATTERY
FIGURE 11.8 - TERMINAL BUSS ARRANGEMENT FOR 500 KVA UPS
For UPS’ equipped with buss strip terminals for the A/C INPUT, BYPASS INPUT, A/C OUTPUT and
BATTERY connections, Toshiba recommends using the compression lugs listed in Table 11.3, or their
equivalent, for cable terminations to be mounted on the bus strips.
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See Table 11.5 – Table 11.6 for recommended cable sizes for the 150, 225, 300 and 500 kVA UPS.
TABLE 11.3 RECOMMENDED CRIMP TYPE COMPRESSION LUGS FOR BUS STRIP TERMINALS
Wire Size
Wire
Strand
Class
Recommendation
Crimp tool Required
Burndy type Y35 or Y46
Vendor
Cat. No.
Color Key
Die Index
1/0
B
I
B
Burndy
Ilsco
Burndy
YA25
CRA-1/OL
YA25-LB
Pink
Pink
Black
12 / 348
12 / 348
13
2/0
B
I
B
Burndy
Ilsco
Burndy
YA26
CRA-2/OL
YA27-LB
Black
Black
Orange
13
13
14 / 101
3/0
B
I
B
Burndy
Ilsco
Burndy
YA-27
CRB-3/OL
YA28-LB
Orange
Orange
Purple
14 / 101
14 / 101
15
4/0
B
I
B
Burndy
Ilsco
Burndy
YA28
CRB-4/OL
YA29-LB
Purple
Purple
Yellow
15
15
16
300 MCM
B
I
B
Burndy
Ilsco
Burndy
YA30
CRA-30OL
YA32-LB
White
White
Red
17 / 298
17 / 298
18 / 324
350 MCM
B
I
Burndy
Ilsco
YA31L
CRA-350
Red
Red
18
18
600 MCM
B
I
Burndy
Ilsco
YA36L
CRA-600
Green
Green
22
22
TABLE 11.4 RECOMMENDED CABLE SIZE AND FASTENER TORQUE FOR 150 KVA UNIT
(USE 75 °C Copper Wire)
Recommended external cable sizes for both 75 °C and 90 °C copper wire for minimum battery configurations
are listed in Table 11.4–11.7. For extended runtime battery strings configurations consult with Toshiba
Technical Support. Ensure that your installation adheres to local and NEC electrical codes.
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TABLE 11.4 RECOMMENDED CABLE SIZE AND FASTENER TORQUE FOR 150 KVA UNIT
(USE 75 °C Copper Wire)
Block Number
Cable Size (Min-Max)
75 °C Copper Wire
90 °C Copper Wire
Tightening Torque2
1
300 kcmil – (2) #1 AWG
250 kcmil – (2) #1 AWG
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
2
300 kcmil – (2) #1 AWG
250 kcmil – (2) #1 AWG
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
3
300 kcmil – (2) #1 AWG
250 kcmil – (2) #1 AWG
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
4
300 kcmil – (2) #1 AWG
250 kcmil – (2) #1 AWG
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
5
300 kcmil – (2) #1 AWG
250 kcmil – (2) #1 AWG
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
6
300 kcmil – (2) #1 AWG
250 kcmil – (2) #1 AWG
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
7
(2) 300 kcmil – (6) #1 AWG
(2) 250 kcmil – (6) #1 AWG
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
8
300 kcmil – (2) #1 AWG
250 kcmil – (2) #1 AWG
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
9
300 kcmil – (2) #1 AWG
250 kcmil – (2) #1 AWG
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
4
10
300 kcmil – (2) #1 AWG
250 kcmil – (2) #1 AWG
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
114
(2) 300 kcmil – (6) #1 AWG
(2) 250 kcmil – (6) #1 AWG
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
12
1
(2) 300 kcmil– (2) 350 kcmil
(2) 250 kcmil – (2) 350 kcmil
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
13
1
(2) 300 kcmil– (2) 350 kcmil
(2) 250 kcmil – (2) 350 kcmil
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
(2) AWG 2/0
(2) AWG 2/0
300 in.-lb. (33.9 N•m)
Flywheel Input
(+)3
One battery string. (Consult factory if using more than one battery string.)
Fastener torque specified for: 1/2 in. diameter grade 5 steel bolt.
3
Per flywheel unit
4
Cable sized for neutral current=1.7Xphase current. Size cable appropriate to actual load type: balanced, unbalanced, non-linear.
1
2
TABLE 11.5 RECOMMENDED CABLE SIZE AND FASTENER TORQUE FOR 225 KVA UNIT
(USE 75 °C Copper Wire)
Block Number
Cable Size (Min-Max)
75 °C Copper Wire
90 °C Copper Wire
Tightening Torque2
1
(2) 3/0– (2) 4/0 AWG
(2) 2/0– (2) 3/0 AWG
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
2
(2) 3/0– (2) 4/0 AWG
(2) 2/0– (2) 3/0 AWG
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
3
(2) 3/0– (2) 4/0 AWG
(2) 2/0– (2) 3/0 AWG
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
4
(2) 4/0– (2) 250 kcmil
(2) 3/0– (2) 4/0 AWG
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
5
(2) 4/0– (2) 250 kcmil
(2) 3/0– (2) 4/0 AWG
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
6
(2) 4/0– (2) 250 kcmil
(2) 3/0– (2) 4/0 AWG
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
7
4
(4) 4/0– (4) 250 kcmil
(4) 3/0 – (4) 4/0 AWG
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
8
(2) 4/0– (2) 250 kcmil
(2) 3/0– (2) 4/0 AWG
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
9
(2) 4/0– (2) 250 kcmil
(2) 3/0– (2) 4/0 AWG
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
10
(2) 4/0– (2) 250 kcmil
(2) 3/0– (2) 4/0 AWG
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
114
(4) 4/0– (4) 250 kcmil
(4) 3/0 – (4) 4/0 AWG
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
12
1
(4) 4/0 – (4) 250 kcmil
(3) 250 kcmil – (4) 3/0
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
13
1
(4) 4/0 – (4) 250 kcmil
(3) 250 kcmil – (4) 3/0
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
(2) AWG 2/0
(2) AWG 2/0
300 in.-lb. (33.9 N•m)
Flywheel Input (+)
3
One battery string. (Consult factory if using more than one battery string.)
2
Fastener torque specified for: 1/2 in. diameter grade 5 steel bolt.
3
Per flywheel unit
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4
Cable sized for neutral current=1.7Xphase current. Size cable appropriate to actual load type: balanced, unbalanced, non-linear.
TABLE 11.6 RECOMMENDED CABLE SIZE AND FASTENER TORQUE FOR 300 KVA UPS
Bus Number
Cable Size (Min-Max)
75 °C Copper Wire
90 °C Copper Wire
Tightening
Torque2
1
(2) 250 kcmil – (3) 2/0
(2) 4/0 – (3) 1/0
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
2
(2) 250 kcmil – (3) 2/0
(2) 4/0 – (3) 1/0
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
3
(2) 250 kcmil – (3) 2/0
(2) 4/0 – (3) 1/0
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
4
1
(4) 300 kcmil – (4) 350 kcmil
(4) 300 kcmil – (4) 350 kcmil
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
51
(4) 300 kcmil – (4) 350 kcmil
(4) 300 kcmil – (4) 350 kcmil
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
6
(2) 300 kcmil – (3) 2/0
(2) 250 kcmil – (3) 1/0
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
7
(2) 300 kcmil – (3) 2/0
(2) 250 kcmil – (3) 1/0
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
8
(2) 300 kcmil – (3) 2/0
(2) 250 kcmil – (3) 1/0
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
9
4
(2) 300 kcmil – (3) 2/0
(2) 250 kcmil – (3) 1/0
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
10
(2) 300 kcmil – (3) 2/0
(2) 250 kcmil – (3) 1/0
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
11
(4) 300 kcmil – (4) 350 kcmil
(4) 250 kcmil – (4) 300 kcmil
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
(4) 300 kcmil – (4) 350 kcmil
(4) 250 kcmil – (4) 300 kcmil
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
(2) AWG 2/0
(2) AWG 2/0
300 in.-lb. (33.9 N•m)
12
Flywheel Input (+)
3
One battery string. (Consult factory if using more than one battery string.)
Fastener torque specified for: 1/2 in. diameter grade 5 steel bolt.
3
Per flywheel unit
4
Cable sized for neutral current=1.7Xphase current. Size cable appropriate to actual load type: balanced, unbalanced, non-linear.
1
2
TABLE 11.7 RECOMMENDED CABLE SIZE AND FASTENER TORQUE FOR 500 KVA UPS
Bus Number
Cable Size (Min-Max)
75 °C Copper Wire
90 °C Copper Wire
Tightening
Torque1
1
(3) 250 kcmil – (3) 400 kcmil
(3) 4/0 kcmil – (3) 250 kcmil
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
2
(3) 250 kcmil – (3) 400 kcmil
(3) 4/0 kcmil – (3) 250 kcmil
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
3
(3) 250 kcmil – (3) 400 kcmil
(3) 4/0 kcmil – (3) 250 kcmil
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
4
(3) 400 kcmil – (3) 500 kcmil
(4) 400 kcmil – (4) 500 kcmil
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
5
(3) 400 kcmil – (3) 500 kcmil
(4) 400 kcmil – (4) 500 kcmil
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
6
(3) 400 kcmil – (3) 500 kcmil
(3) 400 kcmil – (3) 500 kcmil
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
7
2
(6) 400 kcmil – (6) 500 kcmil
(3) 400 kcmil – (3) 500 kcmil
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
8
3
1/0
1/0
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
9
(3) 400 kcmil – (3) 500 kcmil
(3) 400 kcmil – (3) 500 kcmil
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
10
(3) 400 kcmil – (3) 500 kcmil
(3) 400 kcmil – (3) 500 kcmil
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
11
(3) 400 kcmil – (3) 500 kcmil
(3) 400 kcmil – (3) 500 kcmil
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
12
2
(6) 400 kcmil – (6) 500 kcmil
(3) 400 kcmil – (3) 500 kcmil
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
13
(3) 400 kcmil – (3) 500 kcmil
(3) 400 kcmil – (3) 500 kcmil
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
14
(3) 400 kcmil – (3) 500 kcmil
(3) 400 kcmil – (3) 500 kcmil
540 in.-lb. (61 N•m)
Fastener torque specified for: 1/2 in. diameter grade 5 steel bolt.
2
Cable sized for neutral current=1.7Xphase current. Size cable appropriate to actual load type: balanced, unbalanced, non-linear.
3
Ground cables
1
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11.3
UPS Power Cable Conduit Landing Plates
Cable conduit landing plates are provided at the bottom of the 80 kVA and100 kVA UPS, at the top and
bottom of the 150/225 kVA UPS (Older models of the G8000 150/225 kVA UPS do not come equipped with
an upper conduit landing plate.), and at the top only of the 300/500kVA. The recommended conduit landing
arrangements are illustrated in Figure 11.9 thru 11.13.
The five (5) holes must be punched during installation. The dashed rectangle indicates the UPS opening
behind the conduit landing plates.
0.78 in.
7.48 in.
Recommended
Conduit Placement
Order in Top Conduit
Landing Plate
AC
INPUT
AC OUTPUT
BYPASS
BATTERY
0.78 in.
4.74 in.
3.37 in.
21.85 in.
CONTROL
WIRES
23.74 in.
BASE PLATES - DIMENSIONS
23.11 in.
UPS BASE
BOTTOM ENTRY DIMENSIONS
5.9 in.
FRONT OF UPS
5.9 in.
23.73 in.
FIGURE 11.9 - BOTTOM CONDUIT LANDING PLATES FOR 80/100/125 KVA
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3.35 in.
17.72 in.
AC OUTPUT
BYPASS
Recommended
Conduit Placement
Order in Top Conduit
Landing Plate
BATTERY
4.74 in.
AC
INPUT
0.7 in.
0.7 in.
7.48 in.
21.85 in.
CONTROL
WIRES
42.126 in.
BASE PLATES - DIMENSIONS
23.11 in.
UPS BASE
BOTTOM ENTRY DIMENSIONS
5.9 in.
FRONT OF UPS
21.5 in.
4.36 in.
FIGURE 11.10 - BOTTOM CONDUIT LANDING PLATES 100 KVA (T80S3K10KK6XSNH); 150/225 KVA
4.74 in.
CONTROL
WIRES
Recommended
Conduit Placement
Order in Top Conduit
Landing Plate
4.27 in.
TOP ENTRY DIMENSIONS
21.5 in.
31.5 in.
AC OUTPUT
21.5 in.
FRONT OF UPS
BATTERY
BYPASS
0.7 in.
4.36 in.
AC
INPUT
FRONT OF UPS
0.7 in.
FIGURE 11.11 - TOP ACCESS CONDUIT LANDING PLATE (150 AND 225 KVA ONLY)
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Figure 11.12 shows the four (4) cable landing plates provided at the top of the 300 kVA UPS. Seven (7)
holes must be punched during installation. The dashed rectangle indicates the UPS opening behind the
conduit landing plates.
AC
INPUT
37.4 in.
BATTERY
BATTERY
AC OUTPUT
BYPASS
7.09 in.
0.76 in.
GROUND
WIRE
8.66 in.
21.26 in.
7.09 in.
8.66 in.
3.15 in.
7.09 in.
8.66 in.
3.93 in.
CONTROL
WIRES
0.76 in.
Recommended
Conduit Placement
Order in Top Conduit
Landing Plates
56.70 in.
CONDUIT LANDING PLATES - DIMENSIONS
FIGURE 11.12 - TOP ACCESS CONDUIT LANDING PLATES (300 KVA)
Figure 11.13 shows the three (3) conduit landing plates provided at the top of the 500 kVA UPS. The
dashed rectangle indicates the UPS opening behind the conduit landing plates.
Ensure that your installation adheres to local and NEC electrical codes.
CABLE ENTRY PLATE
(AC INPUT, BYPASS INPUT)
28.0” X 6.3” (711 MM X 161 MM)
CABLE ENTRY PLATE
AC OUTPUT, DC INPUT
28.0” X 6.3” (711 MM X 161 MM)
CABLE ENTRY PLATE
(CONTROL)
28.0” X 6.3” (711 MM X 161 MM)
FIGURE 11.13 - TOP CONDUIT LANDING PLATES FOR THE 500 KVA UPS
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11.4
External Breakers
The G8000 UPS units are not equipped with circuit breakers. Qualified personnel should provide the
external breakers for the AC input/output, bypass input and DC input.
See Figure 11.1 – External Wiring Diagram, for the circuit position of the breakers.
Table 11.7 shows the G8000 UPS minimum external breaker rating for each capacity. The Bypass, AC
Input, and AC Output require 3-pole breakers.
TABLE 11.7 UPS MINIMUM DEVICE RATINGS
Capacity
11.5
Rated
Output
Input Breaker
Rating
Output Breaker
Rating
DC Input
Breaker Rating
80 kVA
480 V/277 V
480 V – 150 A
480 V – 125 A
500 VDC – 300A
100 kVA
480 V/277 V
480 V – 200 A
480 V – 150 A
500 VDC – 350A
125 kVA
480 V/277 V
480 V – 200 A
480 V – 200 A
500 VDC – 400A
150 kVA
480 V/277 V
480 V – 300 A
480 V – 250 A
500 VDC – 600A
225 kVA
480 V/277 V
480 V – 400 A
480 V – 350 A
500 VDC – 900A
300 kVA
480 V/277 V
480 V – 600 A
480 V – 500 A
500 VDC – 1200A
500 kVA
480 V/277 V
480 V – 800 A
480 V – 800 A
600 VDC – 1200A
Grounding Wire
WARNING
Be sure to ground the UPS as specified.
Using the UPS without a proper ground will deteriorate the insulation,
cause leakage of currents and electric shock.The resistance to ground
should be less than or equal to 10 ohms.
The 80/100/150/225kVA earth grounding bus’ are located inside, at the bottom-front of the unit.
The 300 kVA earth grounding bus is located inside, at the top-left of the unit.
The 500 kVA earth grounding bus is located inside, at the bottom front of the units.
Use a AWG 2 (or 38 mm2) or larger cable for the grounding wire. Run the grounding wire through the
opening at the bottom, or through a hole in the top conduit landing plate (if available). See Figure 11.12.
Connect either the top or bottom earth ground bus, but not both, to the grounding wire.
The ground wire must have a crimp terminal with a 1/2 in. (12 mm) diameter bolt hole. The ground bus has
33/64 in. (13 mm) bolt hole. The connect the crimp terminal and ground bus together using a 7/16 in. (10
mm) diameter bolt.
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G8000 - 300 kVA
Facility earth ground.
Ground wire routing through
top conduit landing plate.
Ground bus
10 mm or
7/16 in. Bolt
10 mm or
7/16 in. Bolt
12 mm or 1/2 in.
Terminal
AWG 2
(38 mm2)
ground
wire
Through conduit landing
plate on top (recommended)
Note: Use either the top or
the bottom grounding point,
but not both. Doing so may
degrade the performance of
the unit.
Feed-through opening
Ground bus
To facility
earth ground
Alternate ground
wire location
G8000 - 150/225 kVA
Facility earth ground.
Alternate ground wire routing
through top conduit landing
plate.
Note: Use either the top
or the bottom access for
the ground wire to connect
to the ground buss, but
use only one ground wire.
Ground bus
10 mm or
7/16 in. Bolt
12 mm or 1/2 in.
Terminal
AWG 2 (38 mm2)
ground wire
G8000 - 500 kVA
Ground
bus
AWG 1/0 (50 mm2)
ground wire
Feed-through opening
To facility
earth ground
10 mm or
7/16 in. Bolt
12 mm or 1/2 in.
Terminal
FIGURE 11.14 - EARTH GROUND WIRE CONNECTIONS
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11.6
Control Wires
The control wires terminal layouts at TB1 (terminal bus 1) are shown below in Table 11.8.
TABLE 11.8 EXTERNAL CONNECTIONS
No.
I/O
Signal Name
Operation
1
Output
Low Battery
Closed at Low Battery
2
Output
Backup Operation
Closed during Backup Operation
3
Output
Fault
Closed if Faults present
4
Output
Inverter Supply
Closed during Normal Operation
5
Output
Warning
Closed if Warnings present
6
Input
7
Input
8
Input
}
}
P24
Remote Run
Close to run UPS
P24
9
Input
Remote Stop
Close to stop UPS
10
Output
Bypass Supply
Close during Bypass Operation
11
Output
Output Signal Ground
(Ground for pin #1 – 5 & #10)
12
Input
P24
Battery’s
13
Input
Battery Overheat
Overheat B-contact
14
Output
15
Output
16
Output
17
Output
18
Output
19
Output
20
21
Output
22
Output
}
}
}
}
}
52C Trip Signal
72B Trip Signal
Bypass Breaker
Shunt Trip Signal by EPO
Battery Breaker shunt trip
by EPO or Battery shutdown
Battery breaker’s
72B Aux. Contact
Auxiliary A-contact
External EPO
Ext EPO (Customer) N.O. Contacts
External EPO
Ext EPO (Customer) N.O. Contacts
Note: All control wiring should be #18 AWG (0.823 mm2) or larger.
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The UPS battery cabinet and bypass breaker should be wired as shown below in Figure 11.15.
Power Source
Jumper wire if battery
OH is not applied
TC
To Bypass
Input
Bypass Breaker
10
11
12
13
Power Source
for trip coil
14
15
16
17
Overheat
B-Contact
18
19
To DC
Input
20
21
22
Auxillary Acontact
TB1
UPS Cabinet
Ext. EPO (Customer) N.O. Contacts
Battery Cabinet
FIGURE 11.15 - CONNECTION BETWEEN UPS, BATTERY CABINET & BYPASS BREAKER
11.7
Grounding Configuration
This section describes the grounding configuration to be used with various AC service entrance configurations.
Inadequate grounding will cause problems at start-up. Connections for the ground line and the neutral line
must be made appropriately according to the system configuration.
11.7.1 Recommended configuration (for 4 wire input with Input Neutral
grounded)
Figure 11.16 shows recommended grounding configuration when the input neutral is grounded.
The neutral line at the input source is usually grounded. The neutral terminal in the UPS cabinet should be
disconnected from the ground bus. The neutral connection for the UPS bypass input should be grounded.
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Input Source
< UPS Cabinet >
3φ
3φ
N
N
3φ
3φ
G
3φ
3φ
G
N
N
G
G
To the
Load
Remove
Jumper Cable
FIGURE 11.16 - GROUNDING CONFIGURATION WITH INPUT NEUTRAL GROUNDED
Input Source
< UPS Cabinet >
φ
A 2 AWG (or 38 mm ) jumper3cable
is provided between the neutral terminal and ground bus in the UPS
cabinet. The qualified personnel should remove the jumper cable in this configuration. The jumper cable
N
location is illustrated
below.
N
2
3φ
3φ
3φ
3φ
3φ
80-225
G
To the
Load
N
N
kVAG
500 kVA
G
G
Jumper Cable
Remains in Place
Input Source
Ground
Bus
Neutral
Terminals
Ground
Bus
Neutral
Terminal
3φ
Ground
Bus
< UPS Cabinet >
3φ
Remove
JumperN
Cable
3φ
3φ
G
G
3φ
3φ
300 kVA
N
N
G
G
Remove
Jumper Cable
Jumper
Remains in Place
Cable
To the
Load
Neutral
Terminal
Ground
Input Source Bus
3φ
< UPS Cabinet >
3φ
N
Bφ
3φ
3φ
Output Distribution
Remove
Jumper
Cable
3φ
3φ
N
3φ
N
FIGURE
CABLE BETWEEN THE NEUTRAL
G 11.17 - JUMPER
G
G TERMINAL & GROUND BUS
G
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Jumper Cable
To the
Load
Input Source
11.7.2
Cabinet >
Grounding< UPS
Configuration
(without input neutral)
3φ
3φ
When the input source
is wye-connected, the neutral line out to the bypass input should be left open. The
N
N
UPS
is grounded by connecting the neutral terminal to the ground bus with the internal jumper cable. See
3φ
3φ
φ
3φ
Figure311.18.
To the
Load
N
The jumper cable should stay in place. See Figure N11.17 for the jumper cable location.
G
G
G
G
If a ground fault interrupter is installed, the UPS is likely to trip the interrupter during transferring to/from
the bypass circuit. It is recommended that the ground faultRemove
interrupter be set to a minimum delay of 0.5
Input Source
Jumper Cable
seconds.
< UPS Cabinet >
3φ
3φ
N Input Source
3φ 3φ
G
N
N
< UPS Cabinet >
3φ
N
G
3φ
3φ
G
G
N
N
G
G
To the
Load
3φ
3φ
Remove
N Jumper Cable
To the
Load
N
G
Input Source
3φ
3φ
3φ
3φ
G
Jumper Cable
Remains in Place
< UPS Cabinet >
3φ
FIGURE 11.18 - GROUNDING CONFIGURATION WITHOUT INPUT NEUTRAL
N
N
Input Source
11.7.3
3φ
3φ
3Recommended
φ
3φ
G
G
3φ
3φ
< UPS Cabinet >
N
N
Configuration (for delta-input)
G
G
N
To the
Load
Jumper Cable
If the input source is a delta-connection (3-phase 3-wire) withoutRemains
ground,
the neutral terminal in the UPS
in Place
3φ
3φ
φ
3
3
φ
cabinet must be connected to the ground bus with the internal jumper cable as shown
in Figure 11.19.
To the
Load
N
The jumper cable should stay in place. See Figure 11.17
for the jumper cable location.N
G
G
G
Input Source
G
Jumper Cable
Remains in Place
< UPS Cabinet >
3φ
3φ
N
3φ
Input Source
G 3φ
3φ
< UPS Cabinet >
G3φ
N
G
N
Bφ
3φ
3φ
3φ
Output Distribution
N
3φ
G
3φ
Jumper Cable
Remains in Place
3φ
3φ
N
N
G
FIGURE 11.19 - GROUNDING CONFIGURATION FOR NON-GROUNDED DELTA-INPUT
G
G
Input Source
< UPS Cabinet >
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3φ
Bφ
N
To the
Load
To the
Load
G
Remove
Jumper Cable
3φ
Output Distribution
3φ
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Remains in Place
Input Source
< UPS Cabinet >
3φ
11.7.4
3φ
N
Grounding
Configuration (with corner-grounded delta-input)
3φ
3φ
3φ
3φ
N
N
To the
If one phase
of delta-input
source is grounded (B-phase for example), the ground bus in the UPSLoad
cabinet
G
G
G
G
should NOT be connected to the neutral terminal of UPS output.
Jumper Cable
The jumper cable should be removed see Figure 11.17 for the jumper
cable
Remains in
Place location.
During normal operation the UPS output is floating relative to the ground. An isolation transformer is
recommended at output distribution as shown in Figure 11.20.
Input Source
3φ
< UPS Cabinet >
Output Distribution
3φ
3φ
3φ
N
Bφ
3φ
3φ
G
G
N
3φ
N
G
To the
Load
G
Remove
Jumper Cable
FIGURE 11.20 - GROUNDING CONFIGURATION WITH CORNER-GROUNDED DELTA-INPUT.
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UPS Specifications
12.1
Specification Table
G8000 Specifications
Model Number
Input
Rated Output
Capacity
T80S3K08
KK6XSxx
T80S3K10
KK6XSxx
T80S3K12
KK6XSxx
T80S3K15
KK6Xxx
T80S3K22
KK6XSxx
T80S3K30
KK6XSxx
T80S3K50
KK6XSxx
80 kVA /
80 kW
100 kVA /
100 kW
125 kVA /
100 kW
150 kVA /
150 kW
225 kVA /
225 kW
300 kVA /
300 kW
500 kVA /
450 kW
329 kVA
(340 kVA)
484 kVA
(505 kVA)
396 A
(409 A)
582 A
(608 A)
Voltage
480 VAC (+10% to -15%)
Frequency
60 Hz (+/-5%)
Configuration
Input kVA
Normal (Charging)
3 Phase; 3 Wire + GND
89 kVA
(100 kVA)
111 kVA
(122 kVA)
112 kVA
(123 kVA)
Power Factor
Bypass
EEPROM Upgrade
107 A
(120 A)
134 A
(147 A)
135 A
(148 A)
196 A
(209 A)
297 A
(311 A)
Reflected THD
< 5% @ 100% Load
< 6% @ 25% Load
Configuration
3-Phase; 4-Wire + Gnd
Voltage
480/277V (±10%)
Frequency
60 Hz (+/-5%)
Bypass Overload
Capacity
Battery
247 kVA
(258 kVA)
> 0.99 PF Lagging
Walk-in Function
Maximum Input
Current
Normal (Charging)
163 kVA
(174 kVA)
1000% for 1 Cycle, 500% for 2 Cycle
Number of Cells
180
Type
240
Lead Acid (Contact factory for alternative options)
DC Nominal
360V
480V
DC Minimum
288V
408V
405V
540V
Float Charge
Ripple Current
(without batteries)
AC Ripple on DC Bus: < 0.2% of DC Voltage
Back-up Time
Max DC Charging
Current
Max Discharge
Battery Capacity
Required for Full
Load Output
Application Specific
30 A
30 A
30 A
30 A
30 A
30 A
45 A
292 A
359 A
365 A
533 A
805 A
1073 A
1193 A
88 kWB
108 kWB
110 kWB
160 kWB
242 kWB
323 kWB
478 kWB
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G8000 Specifications
Model Number
Output
T80S3K08
KK6XSxx
T80S3K10
KK6XSxx
T80S3K12
KK6XSxx
Voltage
T80S3K22
KK6XSxx
±1% for 0-100%Balanced and Unbalanced Loads
Voltage Adjustment Range
±3% for 100% Linear Loads
Crest Factor
±5% for 100% Non-Linear Loads
2
Transient Voltage
Response
±2% Max with a 100% Step Loads (without utilizing batteries)
±1.5% Max with Loss/Return AC input
±2% Max when load transfers To/From Bypass
Transient
Recovery Time
<50 ms
Frequency
60 Hz
Frequency Synchronous Range
±0.5 Hz, ±1 Hz, + 1.5Hz (Selectable)
Frequency Slew
Rate
1 Hz/Sec
Frequency Regulation
± 0.01% in free running mode
Overload
Capacity
±2% for
0-100%
Balanced
and Unbalanced Loads
±5% (in increments of 1V)
Voltage
Unbalance
Power Factor
T80S3K50
KK6XSxx
3-Phase; 4-Wire + Gnd
Voltage
Regulation
Current
T80S3K30
KK6XSxx
480Y/277V
Configuration
96 A
120 A
150 A
1.0 PF Lag: 32 - 86 °F (0
- 30 °C)
0.8 PF Lag: 86 - 104 °F
(30 - 40 °C)
0.8 PF Lag:
32 - 104 °F
(0 - 40 °C)
125% for 10 Minutes,
150% for 60 Seconds
110% for
5 Minutes,
120% for
60 Seconds
180 A
271 A
361 A
601 A
1.0 PF Lag: 32 - 86 °F (0 - 30 °C)
0.8 PF Lag: 86 - 104 °F (30 - 40 °C)
0.9 PF
Lag
32 - 104 °F
(0 - 40 °C)
125% for 10 Minutes, 150% for 60 Seconds
Voltage THD
<3% Max with 100% Linear Load / 5% Max with 100% Non-Linear Load
Withstanding
Rating
65 kA (with optional fuse)
Reliability
MTBF
Environment
Cooling
Module only - 200,000 Hrs. / 3,000,000 Hrs. in Bypass
Forced Air
Paint Color
Sherwin Williams HHT2-7055, 079 Beige Texture
Weight
1740 lb.
(789 kg)
1740 lb.
(789 kg)
2467 lb.
(1119kg)
2980 lb.
(1352 kg)
4575 lb.
(2075 kg)
6520 lb.
(2957 kg)
Weight (Shipping)
1790 lb.
(812 kg)
1790 lb.
(812 kg)
2556 lb.
(1159 kg)
3069 lb.
(1392 kg)
4725 lb.
(2143 kg)
-TBD-
210 Lbs/ft²
(1023 kg/m2)
210 Lbs/ft²
(1023 kg/m2)
203 Lbs/
ft² (990 kg/
m2)
245 Lbs/ft²
(1196 kg/
m2)
240 Lbs/ft²
(1173 kg/
m²)
247 Lbs/ft²
(1204 kg/m²)
Floor Loading
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Model Number
Environment
(cont.)
T80S3K08
KK6XSxx
T80S3K10
KK6XSxx
T80S3K12
KK6XSxx
T80S3K15
KK6Xxx
T80S3K22
KK6XSxx
T80S3K30
KK6XSxx
T80S3K50
KK6XSxx
Dimension - Width
36.8 in. (935 mm)
55.1 in. (1400 mm)
76.8 in.
1951 mm)
101.8 in.
(2586 mm)
Depth
32.5 in. (826 mm)
31.8 in. (808 mm)
35.7 in.
(907 mm)
37.4 in.
(945 mm)
79.4 in.
(2017 mm)
79.7 in.
(2024 mm)
Height
79.2 in. (2012 mm)
Cable Access
Bottom Access
Minimum
Clearance
Top or Bottom Access
Top:
Top Access
15.75” (400 mm)
Front: 43 7/16” (1100 mm)
37 in.
(940 mm)
Back/Left/Right Sides: Zero
Enclosure
Heat Loss to be
Removed @ Full
Load
Audible Noise
Operating Temperature
NEMA 1
28,321
BTUs/hr
33,746
BTUs/hr
65 dBA @ 1m Typical
68 dBA @ 1m Typical
89,011
BTUs/hr
110,262
BTUs/hr
72 dBA @
1m Typical
78 dBA @
1m Typical
30% to 90% Non-Condensing
Operating Altitude
3200 ft. (1000 m)
UL 1778; UL 17025, cUL 22.2, No. 107.1; ANSI C62.41 (IEEE 587 Cat B) NFPA 70; OSHA; ISO
9001; IEC298 IP20
Warranty
3 Years Parts and Labor
Dry Contacts
Included
Yes, for input and output signals
RS232 Port
Display
Included
SNMP; Modbus RTU; Modbus TCP; BACNET, METASYS
LCD Touch Panel for Local Monitoring, Operation and control
Emergency Power
Off
Configuration
67,667
BTUs/hr
Listings/Standards
Intelligent Monitoring (Optional)
EPO
38,524
BTUs/hr
32˚F to 86˚F (0˚C to 30˚C) for 1.0PF 32˚F to 104˚F (0˚C to 40˚C) for 0.8 PF
Operating Humidity
Monitoring
37,281
BTUs/hr
Included
Input Conv.
6-diode Bridge Rectifier
Battery Cct
IGBT Chopper
Out. Inv.
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12.2
Typical Efficiency vs. Load
UPS
Efficiency at Percent Full Load*
25%
50%
75%
100%
80 kVA
83.9%
85.3%
90.0%
90.6%
100 kVA
86.4%
90.1%
91.2%
91.0%
125 kVA
88.5%
90.9%
90.9%
90.2%
150 kVA
86.9%
91.7%
92.3%
93.3%
225 kVA
87.9%
91.9%
92.3%
91.9%
300 kVA
88.8%
91.6%
92.2%
92.8%
500 kVA
91.6%
91.1%
90.2%
93.3%
* Actual efficiency may differ due to manufacturing variations and input power quality.
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Operator Interface
Table 13.1 shows the functions of the operating buttons on the graphic display panel.
NOTICE
Press an operating button for at least 0.5 seconds to change UPS modes. Press
the reset button for at least 5 seconds to reset the UPS.
The UPS may not respond if the button press is too short.
TABLE 13.1 BUTTON AND INDICATOR FUNCTIONS (See fig. 13.1 and 13.2)
#
Name
Function
1
OPERATION LOCK
Enables/disables the buttons RUN, STOP, UPS, BYPASS, FLOAT/EQUAL, and RESET.
2
STOP BUTTON
Stops the UPS. Transfers to bypass power if available.
3
RUN BUTTON
Starts the UPS. Transfers the unit from bypass to UPS power.
4
FLOAT/EQUAL BUTTON
Changes recharge mode between float charge and equalize charge.
5
SCROLL UP BUTTON
Scrolls the LCD screens up.
6
SCROLL DOWN BUTTON
Scrolls the LCD screens down.
7
RESET BUTTON
Reset UPS faults and warnings shown on the LCD. (See Section 13.5)
8
UPS BUTTON
Transfers from bypass operation to normal operation.
9
BYPASS BUTTON
Transfers from normal operation to bypass operation.
10
EPO BUTTON
“ON” during Bypass Supply.
11
LCD DISPLAY
Displays the operational, status, and warning/fault messages.
12
UPS SUPPLY LED
“FLASHES” during START or STOP sequence “ON” when operating in inverter mode.
13
CONVERTER LED
“ON” after DC bus capacitors are fully charged through the converter.
14
AC INPUT LED
“ON” with nominal AC input. “FLASHES” with AC input under-voltage (85%).
15
FLOAT CHARGE LED
“ON” during float charge.
16
EQUALIZE CHARGE LED
“ON” during equalize charge or protection charge while battery OH contact open.
17
BATTERY LED
“ON” when battery is connected. (aux-contact on)
18
DISCHARGE LED
“ON” during battery discharge.
19
BYPASS INPUT LED
“ON” with nominal bypass input. “FLASHES” when bypass is under-voltage (85%).
20
WARNING LED
Normally “OFF”. “ON” when warning displayed on LCD. “FLASHES” when AC input is abnormal.
21
FAULT LED
Normally “OFF”. “ON” when faults occur.
22
INVERTER LED
Lamp “FLASHES” during START or STOP sequence. “ON” when inverter is operating.
23
UPS LED
“ON” when the inverter output is connected to the UPS output.
24
AC OUTPUT LED
“ON” with AC output connected to the bypass/inverter sources.
25
BYPASS LED
“ON” when the bypass power supplies the load
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13.1
Key-Switch and Buttons
The key-switch and operating buttons on the graphic display panel are shown in Figure 13.1. See the
sections titled “Key-switch” and “Operating buttons” for each function.
5
6
1
2
3
4
9
7
8
EPO
10
FIGURE 13.1 – GRAPHIC DISPLAY PANEL KEY-SWITCH/OPERATING BUTTONS
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13.2
LCD/LED Indicators
11
20
12
21
13
14
22
23
15
16
24
17
25
19
18
FIGURE 13.2 – GRAPHIC DISPLAY PANEL LCD/LED INDICATORS
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13.3
LCD Indicators
The operator can scroll through the following LCD display screens using the scroll buttons.
TABLE 13.2 - LCD DISPLAY SCREENS
Name
Description
Normal Display
Displays operational status, operational guidance, and measured
data.
Fault Display
Displays detailed data when a fault occurs.
Warning Display
Displays detailed data when a warning occurs.
NORMAL DISPLAY
SCROLL UP
FAULT DISPLAY
SCROLL DOWN
WARNIG DISPLAY
FIGURE 13.3 - CHANGING SCREENS WITH SCROLL BUTTONS
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13.4
Normal Display
The Normal Display screen indicates the UPS operational status and provides various screens: an operation
guidance screens, mode screens and measured data screens. Table 13.3 shows these screens page by
page and illustrates the UPS Normal Display operational status screens.
TABLE 13.3 - NORMAL DISPLAY SCREEN EXAMPLES
OPERATIONAL STATUS SCREENS
BYPASS
Shows the UPS status at the top and guidance
message or measured data underneath.
PRESS ‘RUN’ SWITCH
UPS SUPPLY
Shows a guidance message at start up.
Shows the output voltage and current after start up.
AC-VO 480[V]
AC- I O 50[%]
OPERATION MODE
Shows the UPS Operation mode.
NORMAL OPERATION MODE
SYNC.
MEASUREMENT SCREENS
O/P VOLTAGE
Output Voltage: Shows the output line-to-line
output voltage.
VOLT. 480[V]
FREQ. 60.0[Hz]
O/P CURRENT (R.M.S.)
U 50[%]
V 50[%]
W 50[%]
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(%) for each phase..
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TABLE 13.3 - CONTINUED
MEASUREMENT SCREENS
O/P CURRENT (PEAK)
U
V
W
50[%]
50[%]
50[%]
AC INPUT
Shows the peak output current peak (%) for each phase.
Peak value of output current
RMS value for rated current x 1.41
x 100 [%]
Shows the AC Input Voltage (line-to-line) and frequency.
AC I/P-V 480[V]
FREQ. 60.0[Hz]
Shows the Bypass Input Voltage (line-to-line voltage) and
frequency.
BYPASS INPUT
BYP I/P-V 480[V]
FREQ. 60.0[Hz]
DC INPUT
DC-V 632[V]
BATT-V 400[V]
BATT- I 0[A]
Shows the internal DC bus voltage, battery voltage and
battery current.
MODE COUNT
UPS
BATTERY
Shows the cumulative UPS operation time, the
cumulative battery backup time and the number of battery
backup operations.
35[H]
56[MIN]
32[TIM]
CLOCK
TIME 03-24-06 13:58
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The battery current value displayed is negative during
recharge and positive during discharge.
The current time is displayed if there are no faults
recorded, or after the reset button is pressed.
Date is displayed in the mm-ddyyy format. The unit does
not calculate daylight savings time.
Time is displayed in the 24-hour format (e.g. 1:58 P.M. =
1358 Hrs.)
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Fault Display
The Fault Display screen displays the fault records until they are reset. The Warning Display screen displays
the warning records until they are reset. The fault records will remain in the memory until the reset button
is pressed for at least 5 seconds, even after the actual cause of the fault has been resolved. Note that the
fault records are not deleted when the UPS is turned off.
If the UPS is RESET while the system is in normal or bypass mode, the fault history is cleared and operation
continues.
If the UPS is RESET while the system is on backup mode, the system will power down, re-initialize, and
restart.
TABLE 13.4 FAULT & WARNING DISPLAY SCREEN EXAMPLES
FAULTS & WARNINGS
1 FUSE BLOWN
09-09-06 08:05:30
↓ANOTHER ITEM
A fault record is shown with time stamp.
FAULTS & WARNINGS
1 UPS OVERLOAD
09-09-06 08:05:30
↓ANOTHER ITEM
A warning record is shown with time stamp.
FAULTS & WARNINGS
This screen is displayed if there are no
warnings recorded, or after the reset button is
pressed.
NO ALARM
NO WARNING
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An arrow indicates that another record can be
displayed by pressing the up/down buttons.
An arrow indicates that another record can be
displayed by pressing the up/down buttons.
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13.6
LCD Scroll
Scroll through the LCD display screens (see Figure 13.5), in sequence, using the “SCROLL UP” and
“SCROLL DOWN” buttons on the graphic display panel.
• SCROLL UP - Moves back to the previous screen
• SCROLL DOWN - Moves forward to the next screen
TABLE 13.5 DISPLAY SCREEN SCROLL SEQUENCE
UPS SUPPLY
FAULTS & WARNINGS
AC-VO 480[V]
AC- I O 50[%]
NO FAULT
NO WARNING
OPERATION MODE
NORMAL OPERATION
MODE SYNC.
(The LCD displays a
diagram of the electrical
power flow.)
AC
–
Alternating
Current
DC
–
Direct Current
IO
–
Current
Output
I/P
–
Input
O/P
–
Output
VO
–
Voltage
Output
O/P VOLTAGE
VOLT.
FREQ.
U
V
W
60
UPS
BATTERY
35[H]
56[MIN]
32[TIM]
BATTERY
50[%]
50[%]
50[%]
50[%]
50[%]
50[%]
MODE COUNT
DC-V 632[V]
BATT-V 400[V]
BATT- I 0[A]
480[V]
60.0[HZ]
O/P CURRENT (PEAK)
TIME 03-24-06 13:58
DC INPUT
O/P CURRENT (R.M.S.)
U
V
W
CLOCK
Abbreveations
BACK-UP RATING 10[MIN]
DISCHARGING
15[MIN]
AC INPUT
AC I/P-V 480[V]
FREQ. 60.0[HZ]
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Operating the UPS
This section describes the basic procedures to operate the UPS. Figure 14.1 shows the location and
functions of the operating switches to operate the UPS.
WARNING
If the UPS produces smoke or smells strange, immediately turn
off all AC and DC input circuit breakers.
Continued operation may result in fire. Contact Toshiba or Authorized
representatives.
DO NOT turn off the control power supply switch (8A) during UPS
operation.
This may result in UPS faults.
EPO Switch
(Emergency Power Off Switch)
See Section 14.9
Control Power Supply Switch
FIGURE 14.1 - EPO AND CONTROL POWER SUPPLY OPERATING SWITCHES
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14.1
Operation Types
The operation types are summarized below.
TABLE 14.1 OPERATION TYPES
14.2
Operation
Description
Complete Shutdown
Turn off the control power supply. Shut down the UPS
completely.
Float / Equalize Charge
Changing the battery recharge mode between float charge and
equalize charge.
Protection Charge
Automatic recharge mode transition from protection charge to
float charge.
Startup
Starting up and operating the UPS.
Stop
Stop the inverter and chopper/charger.
Switch Power Supply
Switching power supply source between UPS and Bypass.
Pre-operational Check
CAUTION
Perform the pre-operational check before operating the UPS.
Before operating the UPS:
1.
2.
3.
4.
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Make sure all covers/panels are in place and secured.
Make sure the temperature in the UPS/Battery room is within specified limits.
Before starting the UPS, check the power source to make sure AC input power is on.
Make sure battery breaker’s auxiliary A-contact is connected to the terminal block TB1.
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Startup Procedures
The procedure to start the UPS is shown in Steps 1-5.
STEP 1
LED Key
- LED Off
- LED On
- LED Flash
SYSTEM INITIALIZE
Turn on the control power supply switch.
(Figure 14.1) and ensure the operation lock is
set to OPERATION. (Figure 13.1 - 1)
UPS
AC INPUT
CONVERTER
INVERTER
FLOAT CHARGE
AC
SWITCH
EQUAL CHARGE
BATTERIES
DISCHARGE
AC OUTPUT
BYPASS
BYPASS INPUT
STEP 2
BYPASS
Wait for a few seconds.
PRESS ‘RUN’ SWITCH
UPS
AC INPUT
CONVERTER
INVERTER
FLOAT CHARGE
AC
SWITCH
EQUAL CHARGE
BATTERIES
DISCHARGE
BYPASS
BYPASS INPUT
STEP 3
AC OUTPUT
BYPASS
Press the “RUN” button for at least 0.5
seconds.
UPS STARTING
WAIT FOR A WHILE
CONVERTER LED is “ON” and INVERTER
LED flashes.
UPS
AC INPUT
CONVERTER
FLOAT CHARGE
EQUAL CHARGE
BATTERIES
BYPASS INPUT
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INVERTER
AC
SWITCH
AC OUTPUT
BYPASS
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Step 4-5 continues the procedure to start the UPS.
LED Key
- LED Off
- LED On
- LED Flash
STEP 4
BYPASS
Turn on the DC Input Breaker (72B) on the
external battery cabinet.
MOVE 72B TO ‘ON’ POSITION
BATTERIES LED is “ON”.
UPS
AC INPUT
INVERTER
CONVERTER
FLOAT CHARGE
AC
SWITCH
EQUAL CHARGE
BATTERIES
DISCHARGE
AC OUTPUT
BYPASS
BYPASS INPUT
UPS SUPPLY
STEP 5
AC - Vo 480 V
AC - Io 50%
*Press the “UPS” button for at least 0.5
seconds. This completes UPS startup
procedure
BYPASS LED is “OFF”.
UPS
AC INPUT
CONVERTER
FLOAT CHARGE
EQUAL CHARGE
BATTERIES
BYPASS INPUT
DISCHARGE
INVERTER
UPS LED is “ON”.
AC
SWITCH
AC OUTPUT
BYPASS
NOTE
*If the AC switch does not function, contact
Toshiba or authorized representatives.
If the bypass power source is out of
specification, this operation will be inhibited.
In order to switch manually, press the “UPS”
button for 5 seconds or more.
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14.4
Switch Power Supply (UPS to Bypass)
The procedure to transfer between the UPS supply and the bypass supply is shown in Steps 1-3
LED Key
- LED Off
- LED On
- LED Flash
STEP 1
UPS SUPPLY
Check AC INPUT LED and BYPASS LED are
on to make sure power is being delivered to
the UPS.
AC - Vo 480 v
AC - Io 50%
UPS
AC INPUT
CONVERTER
INVERTER
FLOAT CHARGE
AC
SWITCH
EQUAL CHARGE
BATTERIES
DISCHARGE
BYPASS
BYPASS INPUT
STEP 2
AC OUTPUT
BYPASS
Press the “BYPASS” button for at least 0.5
seconds.
UPS LED is “OFF”.
BYPASS LED is “ON”.
UPS
AC INPUT
CONVERTER
INVERTER
FLOAT CHARGE
AC
SWITCH
EQUAL CHARGE
BATTERIES
DISCHARGE
BYPASS
BYPASS INPUT
STEP 3
AC OUTPUT
BYPASS
Please wait until procedure is completed.
AC - Vo 480 V
AC - Io 50%
PRESS ‘UPS’ SWITCH
UPS
NOTE
To change from Bypass to UPS supply, follow
the Startup Procedures - STEP 5.
If the AC switch does not function, contact
Toshiba or authorized representatives.
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AC INPUT
CONVERTER
FLOAT CHARGE
EQUAL CHARGE
BATTERIES
BYPASS INPUT
DISCHARGE
INVERTER
AC
SWITCH
AC OUTPUT
BYPASS
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14.5
Stop
The procedure to stop the UPS is shown in Steps 1-3.
LED Key
- LED Off
- LED On
- LED Flash
BYPASS
STEP 1
AC - Vo 480 V
AC - Io 50%
PRESS ‘UPS’ SWITCH
Transfer to Bypass supply as described in
Switch Power Supply.
UPS LED is “OFF”.
BYPASS LED is “ON”.
UPS
AC INPUT
CONVERTER
INVERTER
FLOAT CHARGE
AC
SWITCH
EQUAL CHARGE
BATTERIES
DISCHARGE
AC OUTPUT
BYPASS
BYPASS INPUT
BYPASS
STEP 2
Turn off the DC Input Breaker (72B) on
the external battery cabinet, and, press
the G8000 “STOP” button for at least 0.5
seconds.
MOVE #72B TO ‘OFF’ POSITION
UPS
AC INPUT
CONVERTER
FLOAT CHARGE
AC
SWITCH
EQUAL CHARGE
BATTERIES
BATTERIES LED is “OFF”.
INVERTER
DISCHARGE
INVERTER LED flashes then “OFF”.
AC OUTPUT
FLOAT CHARGE LED and CONVERTER
LED are “OFF”.
BYPASS
BYPASS INPUT
STEP 3
BYPASS
Wait until procedure is completed.
PRESS ‘RUN’ SWITCH
UPS
AC INPUT
CONVERTER
FLOAT CHARGE
EQUAL CHARGE
BATTERIES
BYPASS INPUT
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DISCHARGE
INVERTER
AC
SWITCH
AC OUTPUT
BYPASS
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14.6
Complete Shutdown
The procedure to turn off the control power and shut down the UPS completely is shown in Steps 1-6.
STEP 1
Transfer to Bypass supply as described in
Switch Power Supply.
UPS LED is “OFF”.
BYPASS LED is “ON”.
BYPASS
DC-V 0 [V]
BATT-V 0 [V]
BATT-I 0 [A]
STEP 2
Turn off the DC input breaker, and, press the
“STOP” button for at least 0.5 sec.
BATTERIES LED is “OFF”.
INVERTER LED flashes then “OFF”.
FLOAT CHARGE LED and CONVERTER LED
are “OFF”.
STEP 3
Please wait until procedure is completed.
STEP 4
Scroll the LCD screen to see the DC INPUT
and make sure DC bus voltage is 0V.
STEP 5
*Turn off the control power supply switch (8A).
Nothing is displayed on the LCD.
NOTICE
All LED’s are “OFF”.
*STEP 5 - This operation is different from
the instructions displayed on the screen.
STEP 6
Be sure to perform the procedure as
specified in this manual.
Turn off all breakers at AC Input, Bypass Input,
and AC Output.
Shutdown is completed and UPS is isolated.
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14.7
Changing Between Float Charge and Equalize Charge
The procedure to change the recharge mode between float charge and equalize charge is shown in Steps
1-3.
See the Note below for an explanation of Float and Equalize charge modes.
LED Key
- LED Off
- LED On
- LED Flash
STEP 1
UPS SUPPLY
Make sure that the FLOAT CHARGE LED is
“ON”.
AC - Vo 480 V
AC - Io 50%
UPS
AC INPUT
INVERTER
CONVERTER
FLOAT CHARGE
AC
SWITCH
EQUAL CHARGE
BATTERIES
DISCHARGE
AC OUTPUT
BYPASS
BYPASS INPUT
STEP 2
UPS SUPPLY
Press FLOAT/EQUAL button for at least 0.5
sec.
AC - Vo 480 V
AC - Io 50%
Change completed.
EQUAL CHARGE LED is “ON”.
UPS
AC INPUT
CONVERTER
FLOAT CHARGE
EQUAL CHARGE
BATTERIES
BYPASS INPUT
DISCHARGE
INVERTER
FLOAT CHARGE LED is “OFF”
AC
SWITCH
BYPASS
AC OUTPUT
STEP 3
Please wait until procedure is completed.
NOTE
In equalize charge mode, the battery is
charged for a programmed period at a
specified voltage (depending on the battery
spec), rather than the float charge, in order
to prevent voltage deviations among battery
cells. This should be done once every six
months if possible.
The G8000 UPS will automatically perform
the equalize recharge after battery backup
operation.
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14.8
Changing to Float Charge from Protection Charge (If applicable)
The manual procedure to change from protection charge to float charge is shown in Step 1-3.This operation
applies to batteries after they have experienced over temperature condition.
See the Note below for an explanation of float charge and protection charge.
STEP 1
LED Key
- LED Off
- LED On
- LED Flash
UPS SUPPLY
Make sure that the EQUAL CHARGE LED is
“ON”.
AC - Vo 480 V
AC - Io 50%
UPS
AC INPUT
INVERTER
CONVERTER
FLOAT CHARGE
AC
SWITCH
EQUAL CHARGE
BATTERIES
DISCHARGE
AC OUTPUT
BYPASS
BYPASS INPUT
STEP 2
Make sure that the “BATT FAULT1” warning
goes away.
UPS SUPPLY
AC - Vo 480 V
AC - Io 50%
STEP 3
Press “FLOAT/EQUAL” button for at least 0.5
seconds.
UPS
AC INPUT
Procedure completed.
CONVERTER
FLOAT CHARGE
EQUAL CHARGE
BATTERIES
DISCHARGE
INVERTER
AC
SWITCH
AC OUTPUT
NOTE
The battery is normally being charged at float
charge mode. To prevent thermal runaway of
the battery, this mode will automatically be
changed to protection charge when a “BATT
FAULT1” (Battery over temperature) warning
occurs.
BYPASS INPUT
BYPASS
In protection charge mode, the battery is
automatically charged at a voltage about 5%
lower than float charge.
If the “BATT FAULT1” warning message goes
away and a programmed duration is elapsed
(about 24 hours), this mode will automatically
be changed back to float charge. Thus, it is not
usually required to change the recharge mode
manually back to the float charge.
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14.9
Emergency Power Off (EPO)
Press the EPO switch for immediate shutdown of all power through the UPS. The signal from the EPO
is processed as a “hard fault” by the UPS and results in gate-blocks on the transistors and opens all the
internal contactors.
To Reset the UPS after triggering the EPO, do the following:
1. Shut Down the UPS as described in section 14.6.
2. Restart the UPS as described in section 14.3.
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Troubleshooting
When an error occurs in the UPS, error data is displayed on the LCD screen. This section will describe the
types of errors, the error messages displayed on the LCD screen and the procedures to correct the errors.
15.1
Types of Errors
The following types of errors may occur in the UPS:
TABLE 15.1 OPERATION TYPES
Name
Fault
Description
Fault (Trip)
The UPS has been tripped and has stopped operating.
The UPS is in Bypass mode.
Warning-1 (Input Power Failure)
Power is supplied from the battery. When the warning is
corrected, power will automatically be supplied from the
AC input.
Warning-2 (Stop and Restart)
The UPS transfers to Bypass supply and the UPS stops
operating. When the warning is corrected, the UPS will
automatically be restarted and revert to UPS supply.
Warning (Operation Control)
An error or a phenomena related to an error occurred.
Since this problem does not directly affect operation, the
system switches to synchronized mode.
(Guidance)
An error or indication of an error has occurred, but
operation was not affected.
Warning
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15.2
Faults and Warnings Data Screen
This screen appears when a trip error is detected. Up to 10 screens of fault data can be displayed. Figure
15.1 and Table 15.2 show a sample screen and describe the data shown in the screen.
FAULTS & WARNINGS
1 UPS OVERLOAD
09-09-06 08:05:30
↓ANOTHER ITEM
1
2
3
4
FIGURE 15.1 - SAMPLE FAULT DATA SCREEN
TABLE 15.2 - FAULT AND WARNING DATA SCREEN DESCRIPTIONS
#
Name
Description
1
Number
The number of the message in the order that it was detected (1 - 10).
(Up to 10 screens of fault data can be displayed.)
2
Message
Shows the type of the fault or warning message.
3
Time
The date (mm-dd-yy) and time (in 24-hour format) the fault was
detected.
Indicates whether there is a fault screen before or after this screen.
4
Scroll Indicator
Indicates there is a fault screen before this screen.
↓ Indicates there is a fault screen after this screen.
↓ Indicates there are fault screens before and after this screen.
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15.3
LCD Fault & Warning Displays
When a fault occurs, a screen is shown as in Figure 15.2. When a warning occurs, a screen is shown as in
Figure 15.3. Select the desired fault or warning data to be displayed using the scroll buttons.
BYPASS
FAULT STOP
FAULTS & WARNINGS
1 FUSE BLOWN
09-09-06 08:05:30
FIGURE 15.2 - FAULT DISPLAY
UPS SUPPLY
AC-VO 480[V]
AC- I O 50[%]
FAULTS & WARNINGS
1 UPS OVERLOAD
09-09-06 08:05:30
FIGURE 15.3 - WARNING DISPLAY
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15.4
Fault Messages
Figure 15.4 show the locations for fault detection. Tables 15.3 through 15.7 gives details for the fault and
warning messages referred to in section “Fault Data Screen.” The “item” code associated with each fault
or warning message may be used to determine the physical location of the fault or warning by referring to
Figure 15.4. The UPS unit may be shipped with different protective configurations from the standard shown
in Figure 15.4, if specified by the customer. See the protective configuration indicated on the single line
diagram for each UPS.
47S
95S
27S
59S
45
52R
76C
80B1
59I
271
49
83MC1
83MC
Battery
Chopper
5E
80PS
30ST
48
Inverter
51I
76
30U
26
80B2
71F
26B
95C
59C
47C
27C
83BF
FIGURE 15.4 - PROTECTIVE DETECTOR LOCATIONS
TABLE 15.3 - FAULT (TRIP)
ITEM
LCD MESSAGE INDICATION
DESCRIPTION
26
OVER HEAT
HIGH TEMP IN THE CABINET.
30ST
(NO INDICATION)
AN ERROR OCCURRED IN THE MAIN CONTROL MICROPROCESSOR (CPU).
48
STARTUP ERR
STARTUP WAS NOT COMPLETED WITHIN THE NORMAL TIME FRAME.
5E
EMG.STOP
AN EMERGENCY STOP WAS ACTIVATED VIA THE EXTERNAL CONTACT.
71F
FUSE BLOWN
RECTIFIER, DC, OR INVERTER MAIN CIRCUIT FUSE BLOWN.
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DC OC
DC OVER-CURRENT - EXCESSIVE CURRENT IN DC CIRCUIT.
80B2
BATT. UV
BATTERY VOLTAGE IS BELOW CUTOFF VOLTAGE.
80PS
CONT. PS. ERR
THE CONTROL POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGE FAILED.
TABLE 15.4 - WARNING – 1 (CONVERTER STOP/INPUT POWER ERROR)
ITEM
LCD MESSAGE INDICATION
DESCRIPTION
27S
AC I/P UV
AC INPUT UNDERVOLTAGE - AC INPUT VOLTAGE IS TOO LOW.
47S
AC PHASE ERR
AC INPUT PHASE ROTATION ERROR.
59S
AC I/P OV
AC INPUT OVERVOLTAGE - AC INPUT VOLTAGE IS TOO HIGH.
95S
I/P FREQ. ERR
AC INPUT FREQUENCY ERROR.
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TABLE 15.5 - WARNING - 2 (STOP AND RESTART)
Item
LCD Message Indication
Description
27I
AC O/P UV
AC output voltage is low.
30U
UNIT FAULT
IGBT Stack Failure.
45
DC OV
Over-voltage in DC circuit.
49
AC O/P OL
Output overload
51I
INV. OC
Inverter over-current.
59I
AC O/P OV
AC output voltage is high.
76C
BATT. OC
Over-current in Battery section.
TABLE 15.6 - WARNING (OPERATION CONTROL)
Item
LCD Message Indication
Description
27C
BYPASS UV
Bypass input voltage is low.
47C
BYPASS ERR.
Bypass input phase rotation error.
59C
BYPASS OV
Bypass input voltage is high.
95C
BYPASS ASY.
Bypass input frequency error.
TABLE 15.7 - WARNING (GUIDANCE)
Item
LCD Message Indication
Description
26B
BATT. OVER HEAT
Battery temperature is too high.
80B1
BATT. UV (ALM)
Battery voltage is near cutoff voltage.
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15.5
LCD Scroll (w/ faults or warnings)
This section describes how to scroll through the LCD screens when a fault has occurred (when Fault Data
screens exist).
Figure 15.5 shows the locations of the buttons to scroll the LCD screens. See Table 15.8 for details of the
scroll buttons and how they are used for screen scrolling.
5
6
7
FIGURE 15.5 - POSITION OF SCROLL AND RESET BUTTONS
TABLE 15.8 - BUTTON FUNCTIONS
#
Name
Function
5
SCROLL UP
Scrolls to the previous screen.
6
SCROLL DOWN
Scrolls to the following screen.
7
RESET
Resets the UPS faults and warnings shown on the LCD and deletes fault history data stored in
memory.
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15.6
Restoring UPS Operation
WARNING
Contact Toshiba in the event of malfunction or fault.
This UPS should be repaired only by factory authorized personnel.
Servicing by untrained personnel may extend the fault or result in
electric shock or personal injury.
Do NOT attempt to modify or relocate the UPS.
Electric shock, personal injury or fault may result if unauthorized
personnel attempt to modify or relocate the UPS. Be sure to contact
toshiba customer service if you need to modify or relocate the UPS.
Do not open the front and/or rear panels.
The parts inside carry energy-high current. Touching them may result
in electric shock, burns or fault.
The procedure to restore UPS operation is shown in Steps 1-2. The example shows the UPS restored
after a trip fault occurred on inverter over current with the message “INV. OC.”
STEP 1
LED Key
- LED Off
- LED On
Check the LCD screen.
Also check other fault data screens with
scroll buttons graphic panel.
BYPASS
1 INV. OC
07-15-07 08:05:30
↓ ANOTHER ITEM
STEP 2
Contact Toshiba Customer Support and
follow the directions given by the service
personnel.
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AC INPUT
CONVERTER
FLOAT CHARGE
EQUAL CHARGE
BATTERIES
BYPASS INPUT
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DISCHARGE
INVERTER
AC
SWITCH
AC OUTPUT
BYPASS
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Periodic Maintenance/Parts Replacement
The G8000 is designed to provide long-term trouble-free power conditioning and backup. Optimum
performance can be best maintained by regular, periodic, preventive maintenance.
16.1
Scheduled Maintenance
The G8000 UPS should have scheduled maintenance performed on it annually by a factory-authorized
service provider. The preventive maintenance should include at minimum:
•
•
•
•
•
Clean UPS exterior
Clean UPS interior
Verify power supply voltages
Check for loose/overheated connections
Scan error log and correct potential UPS-related issues
16.2
Parts Replacement
The following list shows the recommended intervals for periodic replacement of certain UPS parts.
•
•
•
•
Aluminum electrolytic capacitors: Replace once every 7-10 years.
Fuses: Replace once every 7-10 years
Cooling fan: Replace once every 7-10 years
Batteries (If applicable): See the Backup Battery Cabinet manual for specific test, maintenance and
replacement instructions.
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Appendix A - Installation Planning Guides
TOSHIBA G8000 Series UPS
80kVA IPG
Installation Planning Guide for 80kVA UPS
Standard System: 480V Input, 480Y/277V Output (P/N T80S3K08KK6XSxx)
General Mechanical Information
Dimensions
(W x D x H)
Inches
Floor
Loading
Lbs./ft. 2
Weight
Lbs.
36.8” x 32.5” x 79.2”
1,740
Approximate Full-Load
Heat Rejection
Btu/Hr
210
Mechanical Clearance (Inches)from UPS
for Ventilation and Maintenance Access
Top
Front
Bottom
Sides
Back
28,321
15.75”
43.5”
0”
0”
0”
Primary AC Input (480V 3-Phase / 3-Wire)
Maximum Input Power Demand
Normal Mode (Recharge Mode)
Suggested External
Overcurrent Protection
External Feeder Wire Size: Min. – Max. Per Phase
kVA
PF
Amps
Amps
AWG or kcmil at 75º C Temp. Rating
89(100)
>0.99
107 (120)
150 A
1/0 – (2) x 2/0
Alternate (Bypass) AC Input (480V 3-Phase / 4-Wire)
Maximum Input Power
Demand
Suggested External
Overcurrent Protection
External Feeder Wire Size:
Min. – Max. Per Phase // Min. – Max. for Neutral
kVA
PF
Amps
Amps
AWG or kcmil at 75º C Temp. Rating
80
1.0
96
125 AT
1/0 – (2) x 2/0 // (2) x 1/0 – (2) x 2/0
DC Backup Input (Battery - 360VDC Nom./Flywheel 550VDC Nom.)
Backup System
DC Capacity for Full
Load Output
Maximum Discharge
at Full Load Output
kWB
88
88
Battery
Flywheel
Suggested External
Overcurrent Protection*
External Feeder Wire Size:
Min. – Max.
Amps DC
Amps
AWG or kcmil at 75º C Temp. Rating
292
158
300 A
175 A
(2) x 1/0 – (2) x 3/0
2/0
* If required. Most Battery and Flywheel Cabinets are equipped with built-in breakers.
AC Output (480/277V 3-Phase / 4-Wire)
Rated Output Power
Suggested External
Overcurrent Protection
kVA
PF
Amps
Amps
80
1.0
96
125 A
External Feeder Wire Size:
Min. – Max. Per Phase // Min. – Max. for Neutral
AWG or kcmil at 75º C Temp. Rating
1/0 – (2) x 2/0 // (2) x 1/0 – (2) x 2/0
Important Notes:
1. CABLE ACCESS – Bottom only.
2. Maximum Current required at Primary AC Input based on full
load output and maximum battery charging current.
3. Output load conductors are to be installed in separate
conduit from input conductors.
4. Control wires and power wires are to be installed in separate
conduits.
5. Recommended AC input and output overcurrent protection
based on continuous full load current per NEC.
12. Cable sizing calculations based on the following assumptions:
- Minimum size is smallest size based on ampacity at 30 °C.
- Maximum size cable is based on cable bend radius
limitations at the UPS terminals.
- Neutral sized for 2X phase current.
- Not more than 3 current-carrying conductors installed in
conduit in ambient temperature of 30 °C.
- Temperature rating of copper conductors/terminals: 75 °C.
- Reference: 2005 NEC Handbook, Table 310.16.
NOTE: Consult latest edition of applicable
national and local codes for possible
variations.
6. Wiring shall comply with all applicable national and local
electrical codes.
7. Grounding conductors to be sized per NEC Article 250-122.
Neutral conductors to be sized per NEC Article 310.15.
- Primary AC Input: 3φ, 3-wire + ground.
- Alternate AC Input: 3φ, 4-wire + ground.
- AC Output: 3φ, 4-wire + ground.
- DC Input: 2-wire (Positive/Negative) + ground.
8. Nominal battery voltage based on the use of VRLA type
batteries (2.0 volts/cell nominal).
9. Maximum battery discharge current based on lowest
permissible discharge voltage of 1.67 VPC.
10. DC wires should be sized to allow not more than a 2-volt
drop at maximum discharge current.
11. Weights do not include batteries or other auxiliary equipment
external to the UPS.
Rev. 2.2
G8000 Series Installation and Operation Manual
13. Ratings of wires and overcurrent devices are suggested
minimums. Consult with a registered Professional Engineer
within your local area for proper size selections.
TOSHIBA INTERNATIONALCORPORATION
13131 West Little York Road
Houston, TX 77041
Telephone: (877) 867-8773
Fax: (713) 896-5212
Web Site: www.toshiba.com/ind
Page 1 of 3
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79
TOSHIBA G8000 Series UPS
Installation Planning Guide for 80kVA UPS
Top
Front
Right Side
Bottom Access Only
Power Terminals: Two 2/0 AWG max. per terminal
Standard System: 480V Input, 480Y/277V Output (P/N T80S3K08KK6XSxx)
G8000 80KVA OUTLINE DRAWING
G8000 80kVA UPS Cabling Connection Dimensions
Rev. 2.2
80
Page 2 of 3
G8000-IPG-80kVA
G8000 Series Installation and Operation Manual
TOSHIBA G8000 Series UPS
Installation Planning Guide for 80kVA UPS
Standard System: 480V Input, 480Y/277V Output (P/N T80S3K08KK6XSxx)
Anchorage pattern:
Install anchor bolts to secure the UPS to the floor.
Use 1/2” (12mm) diameter anchor bolts. The UPS base has four pre-drilled 5/8” (16 mm)
holes provided. See the figure below for dimensions and locations.
Anchorage Pattern for G8000 80kVA UPS
Rev. 2.2
G8000 Series Installation and Operation Manual
Page 3 of 3
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81
100kVA IPG
TOSHIBA G8000 Series UPS
Installation Planning Guide for 100kVA UPS
Standard System: 480V Input, 480Y/277V Output (P/N T80S3K10KK6XSxx)
General Mechanical Information
Dimensions
(W x D x H)
Inches
Floor
Loading
Lbs./ft. 2
Weight
Lbs.
36.8” x 32.5” x 79.2”
1,740
Approximate Full-Load
Heat Rejection
Btu/Hr
210
Mechanical Clearance (Inches)from UPS
for Ventilation and Maintenance Access
Top
Front
Bottom
Sides
Back
33,746
15.75”
43.5”
0”
0”
0”
Primary AC Input (480V 3-Phase / 3-Wire)
Maximum Input Power Demand
Normal Mode (Recharge Mode)
Suggested External
Overcurrent Protection
External Feeder Wire Size: Min. – Max. Per Phase
kVA
PF
Amps
Amps
AWG or kcmil at 75º C Temp. Rating
110 (122)
>0.99
134 (147)
200 AT
(2) x #3 – (2) x 2/0
Alternate (Bypass) AC Input (480V 3-Phase / 4-Wire)
Maximum Input Power
Demand
Suggested External
Overcurrent Protection
External Feeder Wire Size:
Min. – Max. Per Phase // Min. – Max. for Neutral
kVA
PF
Amps
Amps
AWG or kcmil at 75º C Temp. Rating
100
1.0
120
150 AT
(2) x #3 – (2) x 2/0 // (2) 2/0
DC Backup Input (Battery - 360VDC Nominal)
Backup System
DC Capacity for Full
Load Output
Maximum Discharge
at Full Load Output
Suggested External
Overcurrent Protection*
External Feeder Wire Size:
Min. – Max.
kWB
Battery
108
Amps DC
Amps
AWG or kcmil at 75º C Temp. Rating
359
350 A
(2) x 3/0 – (2) x 4/0
* If required. Most Battery Cabinets are equipped with built-in breakers.
AC Output (480/277V 3-Phase / 4-Wire)
Rated Output Power
Suggested External
Overcurrent Protection
kVA
PF
Amps
Amps
100
1.0
120
150 AT
External Feeder Wire Size:
Min. – Max. Per Phase // Min. – Max. for Neutral
AWG or kcmil at 75º C Temp. Rating
(2) x #3 – (2) x 2/0 // (2) 2/0
Important Notes:
1. CABLE ACCESS – Bottom only.
2. Maximum Current required at Primary AC Input based on full
load output and maximum battery charging current.
3. Output load conductors are to be installed in separate
conduit from input conductors.
4. Control wires and power wires are to be installed in separate
conduits.
5. Recommended AC input and output overcurrent protection
based on continuous full load current per NEC.
12. Cable sizing calculations based on the following assumptions:
- Minimum size is smallest size based on ampacity at 30 °C.
- Maximum size cable is based on cable bend radius
limitations at the UPS terminals.
- Neutral sized for 2X phase current.
- Not more than 3 current-carrying conductors installed in
conduit in ambient temperature of 30 °C.
- Temperature rating of copper conductors/terminals: 75 °C.
- Reference: 2005 NEC Handbook, Table 310.16.
NOTE: Consult latest edition of applicable
national and local codes for possible
variations.
6. Wiring shall comply with all applicable national and local
electrical codes.
7. Grounding conductors to be sized per NEC Article 250-122.
Neutral conductors to be sized per NEC Article 310.15.
- Primary AC Input: 3φ, 3-wire + ground.
- Alternate AC Input: 3φ, 4-wire + ground.
- AC Output: 3φ, 4-wire + ground.
- DC Input: 2-wire (Positive/Negative) + ground.
8. Nominal battery voltage based on the use of VRLA type
batteries (2.0 volts/cell nominal).
9. Maximum battery discharge current based on lowest
permissible discharge voltage of 1.67 VPC.
10. DC wires should be sized to allow not more than a 2-volt
drop at maximum discharge current.
11. Weights do not include batteries or other auxiliary equipment
external to the UPS.
Rev. 2.2
82
13. Ratings of wires and overcurrent devices are suggested
minimums. Consult with a registered Professional Engineer
within your local area for proper size selections.
TOSHIBA INTERNATIONALCORPORATION
13131 West Little York Road
Houston, TX 77041
Telephone: (877) 867-8773
Fax: (713) 896-5212
Web Site: www.toshiba.com/ind
Page 1 of 3
G8000-IPG-100kVA
G8000 Series Installation and Operation Manual
TOSHIBA G8000 Series UPS
Installation Planning Guide for 100kVA UPS
Top
Front
Right Side
Bottom Access Only
Power Terminals: Two 2/0 AWG max. per terminal
Standard System: 480V Input, 480Y/277V Output (P/N T80S3K10KK6XSxx)
G8000 100kVA UPS Cabling Connection Dimensions
G8000 100KVA OUTLINE DRAWING
Rev. 2.2
G8000 Series Installation and Operation Manual
Page 2 of 3
G8000-IPG-100kVA
83
TOSHIBA G8000 Series UPS
Installation Planning Guide for 100kVA UPS
Standard System: 480V Input, 480Y/277V Output (P/N T80S3K10KK6XSxx)
Anchorage pattern:
Install anchor bolts to secure the UPS to the floor.
Use 1/2” (12mm) diameter anchor bolts. The UPS base has four pre-drilled 5/8” (16 mm)
holes provided. See the figure below for dimensions and locations.
Anchorage Pattern for G8000 100kVA UPS
Rev. 2.2
84
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G8000-IPG-100kVA
G8000 Series Installation and Operation Manual
125kVA IPG
TOSHIBA G8000 Series UPS
Installation Planning Guide for 125kVA UPS
Standard System: 480V Input, 480Y/277V Output (P/N T80S3K12KK6XS2xx)
General Mechanical Information
Dimensions
(W x D x H)
Inches
Floor
Loading
Lbs./ft. 2
Weight
Lbs.
36.8” x 32.5” x 79.2”
1,740
Approximate Full-Load
Heat Rejection
Btu/Hr
210
Mechanical Clearance (Inches)from UPS
for Ventilation and Maintenance Access
Top
Front
Bottom
Sides
Back
33,746
15.75”
43.5”
0”
0”
0”
Primary AC Input (480V 3-Phase / 3-Wire)
Maximum Input Power Demand
Normal Mode (Recharge Mode)
Suggested External
Overcurrent Protection
External Feeder Wire Size: Min. – Max. Per Phase
kVA
PF
Amps
Amps
AWG or kcmil at 75º C Temp. Rating
112 (123)
>0.99
135 (148)
200 AT
(2) x #3 – (2) x 2/0
Alternate (Bypass) AC Input (480V 3-Phase / 4-Wire)
Maximum Input Power
Demand
Suggested External
Overcurrent Protection
External Feeder Wire Size:
Min. – Max. Per Phase // Min. – Max. for Neutral
kVA
PF
Amps
Amps
AWG or kcmil at 75º C Temp. Rating
125
0.8
150
200 AT
(2) x #1 – (2) x 2/0 // (2) 2/0
DC Backup Input (Battery - 360VDC Nominal)
Backup System
DC Capacity for Full
Load Output
Maximum Discharge
at Full Load Output
Suggested External
Overcurrent Protection*
External Feeder Wire Size:
Min. – Max.
kWB
Battery
110
Amps DC
Amps
AWG or kcmil at 75º C Temp. Rating
365
400 A
(2) x 3/0 – (2) x 4 /0
* If required. Most Battery Cabinets are equipped with built-in breakers.
AC Output (480/277V 3-Phase / 4-Wire)
Rated Output Power
Suggested External
Overcurrent Protection
kVA
PF
Amps
Amps
125
0.8
150
200 AT
External Feeder Wire Size:
Min. – Max. Per Phase // Min. – Max. for Neutral
AWG or kcmil at 75º C Temp. Rating
(2) x #1 – (2) x 2/0 // (2) 2/0
Important Notes:
1. CABLE ACCESS – Bottom only.
2. Maximum Current required at Primary AC Input based on full
load output and maximum battery charging current.
3. Output load conductors are to be installed in separate
conduit from input conductors.
4. Control wires and power wires are to be installed in separate
conduits.
5. Recommended AC input and output overcurrent protection
based on continuous full load current per NEC.
12. Cable sizing calculations based on the following assumptions:
- Minimum size is smallest size based on ampacity at 30 °C.
- Maximum size cable is based on cable bend radius
limitations at the UPS terminals.
- Neutral sized for 2X phase current.
- Not more than 3 current-carrying conductors installed in
conduit in ambient temperature of 30 °C.
- Temperature rating of copper conductors/terminals: 75 °C.
- Reference: 2005 NEC Handbook, Table 310.16.
NOTE: Consult latest edition of applicable
national and local codes for possible
variations.
6. Wiring shall comply with all applicable national and local
electrical codes.
7. Grounding conductors to be sized per NEC Article 250-122.
Neutral conductors to be sized per NEC Article 310.15.
- Primary AC Input: 3φ, 3-wire + ground.
- Alternate AC Input: 3φ, 4-wire + ground.
- AC Output: 3φ, 4-wire + ground.
- DC Input: 2-wire (Positive/Negative) + ground.
8. Nominal battery voltage based on the use of VRLA type
batteries (2.0 volts/cell nominal).
9. Maximum battery discharge current based on lowest
permissible discharge voltage of 1.67 VPC.
10. DC wires should be sized to allow not more than a 2-volt
drop at maximum discharge current.
11. Weights do not include batteries or other auxiliary equipment
external to the UPS.
Rev. 0
G8000 Series Installation and Operation Manual
13. Ratings of wires and overcurrent devices are suggested
minimums. Consult with a registered Professional Engineer
within your local area for proper size selections.
TOSHIBA INTERNATIONALCORPORATION
13131 West Little York Road
Houston, TX 77041
Telephone: (877) 867-8773
Fax: (713) 896-5212
Web Site: www.toshiba.com/ind
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85
TOSHIBA G8000 Series UPS
Installation Planning Guide for 125kVA UPS
Top
Front
Right Side
Bottom Access Only
Power Terminals: Two 2/0 AWG max. per terminal
Standard System: 480V Input, 480Y/277V Output (P/N T80S3K12KK6XS2xx)
G8000 UPS
125KVA
OUTLINE
DRAWING
G8000 100kVA
Cabling
Connection
Dimensions
Rev. 0
86
Page 2 of 3
G8000-IPG-125kVA 0.8PF
G8000 Series Installation and Operation Manual
TOSHIBA G8000 Series UPS
Installation Planning Guide for 125kVA UPS
Standard System: 480V Input, 480Y/277V Output (P/N T80S3K12KK6XS2xx)
Anchorage pattern:
Install anchor bolts to secure the UPS to the floor.
Use 1/2” (12mm) diameter anchor bolts. The UPS base has four pre-drilled 5/8” (16 mm)
holes provided. See the figure below for dimensions and locations.
Anchorage Pattern for G8000 100kVA UPS
Rev. 0
G8000 Series Installation and Operation Manual
Page 3 of 3
G8000-IPG-125kVA 0.8PF
87
150kVA IPG
TOSHIBA G8000 Series UPS
Installation Planning Guide for 150kVA UPS
Standard System: 480V Input, 480Y/277V Output (P/N T80S3K15KK6XSxx)
General Mechanical Information
Dimensions
(W x D x H)
Inches
Floor
Loading
Lbs./ft. 2
Weight
Lbs.
55.1” x 31.8” x 79.2”
2,467
Approximate Full-Load
Heat Rejection
Btu/Hr
203
38,754
Mechanical Clearance (Inches)from UPS
for Ventilation and Maintenance Access
Top
Front
Bottom
Sides
Back
15.75”
43.5”
0”
0”
0”
Primary AC Input (480V 3-Phase / 3-Wire)
Maximum Input Power Demand
Normal Mode (Recharge Mode)
Suggested External
Overcurrent Protection
External Feeder Wire Size: Min. – Max. Per Phase
kVA
PF
Amps
Amps
AWG or kcmil at 75º C Temp. Rating
167 (183)
>0.99
196 (209)
300 AT
300 kcmil - (2) x #1
Alternate (Bypass) AC Input (480V 3-Phase / 4-Wire)
Maximum Input Power
Demand
Suggested External
Overcurrent Protection
External Feeder Wire Size:
Min. – Max. Per Phase // Min. – Max. for Neutral
kVA
PF
Amps
Amps
AWG or kcmil at 75º C Temp. Rating
150
1.0
180
250 AT
300 kcmil - (2) x #1 // (2) x 300 kcmil - (4) x #1
DC Backup Input (Battery - 360VDC Nom./Flywheel 550VDC Nom.)
Backup System
DC Capacity for Full
Load Output
Maximum Discharge
at Full Load Output
Suggested External
Overcurrent Protection*
kWB
Amps DC
Amps
AWG or kcmil at 75º C Temp. Rating
Battery
160
533
600 A
(2) x 300 kcmil – (2) x 350 kcmil
* If required. Most Battery and Flywheel Cabinets are equipped with built-in breakers.
External Feeder Wire Size:
Min. – Max.
AC Output (480/277V 3-Phase / 4-Wire)
Rated Output Power
kVA
PF
Amps
150
1.0
180
Suggested External
Overcurrent Protection
External Feeder Wire Size:
Min. – Max. Per Phase // Min. – Max. for Neutral
Amps
AWG or kcmil at 75º C Temp. Rating
225 AT
300 kcmil - (2) x #1 // (2) x 300 kcmil - (4) x #1
Important Notes:
1. CABLE ACCESS – Top and Bottom.
2. Maximum Current required at Primary AC Input based on full
load output and maximum battery charging current.
3. Output load conductors are to be installed in separate
conduit from input conductors.
4. Control wires and power wires are to be installed in separate
conduits.
5. Recommended AC input and output overcurrent protection
based on continuous full load current per NEC.
12. Cable sizing calculations based on the following assumptions:
- Minimum size is smallest size based on ampacity at 30 °C.
- Maximum size cable is based on cable bend radius
limitations at the UPS terminals.
- Neutral sized for 2X phase current.
- Not more than 3 current-carrying conductors installed in
conduit in ambient temperature of 30 °C.
- Temperature rating of copper conductors/terminals: 75 °C.
- Reference: 2005 NEC Handbook, Table 310.16.
NOTE: Consult latest edition of applicable
national and local codes for possible
variations.
6. Wiring shall comply with all applicable national and local
electrical codes.
7. Grounding conductors to be sized per NEC Article 250-122.
Neutral conductors to be sized per NEC Article 310.15.
- Primary AC Input: 3φ, 3-wire + ground.
- Alternate AC Input: 3φ, 4-wire + ground.
- AC Output: 3φ, 4-wire + ground.
- DC Input: 2-wire (Positive/Negative) + ground.
8. Nominal battery voltage based on the use of VRLA type
batteries (2.0 volts/cell nominal).
9. Maximum battery discharge current based on lowest
permissible discharge voltage of 1.67 VPC.
10. DC wires should be sized to allow not more than a 2-volt
drop at maximum discharge current.
11. Weights do not include batteries or other auxiliary
equipment external to the UPS.
Rev. 2.2
88
13. Ratings of wires and overcurrent devices are suggested
minimums. Consult with a registered Professional Engineer
within your local area for proper size selections.
TOSHIBA INTERNATIONALCORPORATION
13131 West Little York Road
Houston, TX 77041
Telephone: (877) 867-8773
Fax: (713) 896-5212
Web Site: www.toshiba.com/ind
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G8000-IPG-150kVA
G8000 Series Installation and Operation Manual
TOSHIBA G8000 Series UPS
Installation Planning Guide for 150kVA UPS
G8000 150KVA OUTLINE DRAWING
Top
Front
Top/Bottom Access
Right Side
Standard System: 480V Input, 480Y/277V Output (P/N T80S3K15KK6XSxx)
G8000 150kVA UPS Cabling Connection Dimensions
Rev. 2.2
G8000 Series Installation and Operation Manual
Page 2 of 3
G8000-IPG-150kVA
89
TOSHIBA G8000 Series UPS
Installation Planning Guide for 150kVA UPS
Standard System: 480V Input, 480Y/277V Output (P/N T80S3K15KK6XSxx)
Anchorage pattern:
Install anchor bolts to secure the UPS to the floor.
Use 1/2” (12mm) diameter anchor bolts. The UPS base has four pre-drilled 5/8” (16 mm)
holes provided. See the figure below for dimensions and locations.
Anchorage Pattern for G8000 150kVA UPS
Rev. 2.2
90
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G8000-IPG-150kVA
G8000 Series Installation and Operation Manual
225kVA IPG
TOSHIBA G8000 Series UPS
Installation Planning Guide for 225kVA UPS
Standard System: 480V Input, 480Y/277V Output (P/N T80S3K22KK6XSxx)
General Mechanical Information
Dimensions
(W x D x H)
Inches
Weight
Lbs.
55.1” x 31.8” x. 79.2”
2,980
Floor
Loading
Lbs./ft. 2
Approximate Full-Load
Heat Rejection
Btu/Hr
245
Mechanical Clearance (Inches)from UPS
for Ventilation and Maintenance Access
Top
Front
Bottom
Sides
Back
67,667
15.75”
43.5”
0”
0”
0”
Primary AC Input (480V 3-Phase / 3-Wire)
Maximum Input Power Demand
Normal Mode (Recharge Mode)
Suggested External
Overcurrent Protection
External Feeder Wire Size: Min. – Max. Per Phase
kVA
PF
Amps
Amps
AWG or kcmil at 75º C Temp. Rating
247 (258)
>0.99
297 (311)
400 AT
(2) x 3/0 – (2) x 4/0
Alternate (Bypass) AC Input (480V 3-Phase / 4-Wire)
Maximum Input Power
Demand
Suggested External
Overcurrent Protection
External Feeder Wire Size:
Min. – Max. Per Phase // Min. – Max. for Neutral
kVA
PF
Amps
Amps
AWG or kcmil at 75º C Temp. Rating
225
1.0
271
350 AT
(2) x 4/0 – (2) x 250 kcmil // (4) x 4/0 – (4) x 250 kcmil
DC Backup Input (Battery - 360VDC Nom./Flywheel 550VDC Nom.)
Backup System
DC Capacity for Full
Load Output
Maximum Discharge
at Full Load Output
Suggested External
Overcurrent Protection*
kWB
Amps DC
Amps
AWG or kcmil at 75º C Temp. Rating
Battery
242
805
900 A
(4) x 4/0 – (4) x 250 kcmil
* If required. Most Battery and Flywheel Cabinets are equipped with built-in breakers.
External Feeder Wire Size:
Min. – Max.
AC Output (480/277V 3-Phase / 4-Wire)
Rated Output Power
Suggested External
Overcurrent Protection
External Feeder Wire Size:
Min. – Max. Per Phase // Min. – Max. for Neutral
kVA
PF
Amps
Amps
AWG or kcmil at 75º C Temp. Rating
225
1.0
271
350 AT
(2) x 4/0 – (2) x 250 kcmil // (4) x 4/0 – (4) x 250 kcmil
Important Notes:
1. CABLE ACCESS – Top and Bottom.
2. Maximum Current required at Primary AC Input based on full
load output and maximum battery charging current.
3. Output load conductors are to be installed in separate
conduit from input conductors.
4. Control wires and power wires are to be installed in separate
conduits.
5. Recommended AC input and output overcurrent protection
based on continuous full load current per NEC.
12. Cable sizing calculations based on the following assumptions:
- Minimum size is smallest size based on ampacity at 30 °C.
- Maximum size cable is based on cable bend radius
limitations at the UPS terminals.
- Neutral sized for 2X phase current.
- Not more than 3 current-carrying conductors installed in
conduit in ambient temperature of 30 °C.
- Temperature rating of copper conductors/terminals: 75 °C.
- Reference: 2005 NEC Handbook, Table 310.16.
NOTE: Consult latest edition of applicable
national and local codes for possible
variations.
6. Wiring shall comply with all applicable national and local
electrical codes.
7. Grounding conductors to be sized per NEC Article 250-122.
Neutral conductors to be sized per NEC Article 310.15.
- Primary AC Input: 3φ, 3-wire + ground.
- Alternate AC Input: 3φ, 4-wire + ground.
- AC Output: 3φ, 4-wire + ground.
- DC Input: 2-wire (Positive/Negative) + ground.
8. Nominal battery voltage based on the use of VRLA type
batteries (2.0 volts/cell nominal).
9. Maximum battery discharge current based on lowest
permissible discharge voltage of 1.67 VPC.
10. DC wires should be sized to allow not more than a 2-volt
drop at maximum discharge current.
11. Weights do not include batteries or other auxiliary equipment
external to the UPS.
Rev. 2.3
G8000 Series Installation and Operation Manual
13. Ratings of wires and overcurrent devices are suggested
minimums. Consult with a registered Professional Engineer
within your local area for proper size selections.
TOSHIBA INTERNATIONALCORPORATION
13131 West Little York Road
Houston, TX 77041
Telephone: (877) 867-8773
Fax: (713) 896-5212
Web Site: www.toshiba.com/ind
Page 1 of 3
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91
TOSHIBA G8000 Series UPS
Installation Planning Guide for 225kVA UPS
Top
Front G8000 225 KVA OUTLINE DRAWING
Top/Bottom Access
Right Side
Standard System: 480V Input, 480Y/277V Output (P/N T80S3K22KK6XSxx)
G8000 225kVA UPS Cabling Connection Dimensions
92
Rev. 2.3
Page 2 of 3
G8000-IPG-225kVA
G8000 Series Installation and Operation Manual
TOSHIBA G8000 Series UPS
Installation Planning Guide for 225kVA UPS
Standard System: 480V Input, 480Y/277V Output (P/N T80S3K22KK6XSxx)
Anchorage pattern:
Install anchor bolts to secure the UPS to the floor.
Use 1/2” (12mm) diameter anchor bolts. The UPS base has four pre-drilled 5/8” (16 mm)
holes provided. See the figure below for dimensions and locations.
Anchorage Pattern for G8000 225kVA UPS
Rev. 2.3
G8000 Series Installation and Operation Manual
Page 3 of 3
G8000-IPG-225kVA
93
300kVA IPG
TOSHIBA G8000 Series UPS
Installation Planning Guide for 300kVA UPS
Standard System: 480V Input, 480Y/277V Output (P/N T80S3K30KK6XSxx)
General Mechanical Information
Dimensions
(W x D x H)
Inches
Floor
Loading
Lbs./ft. 2
Weight
76.8” x 35.7” x 79.2”
Lbs.
4,575
240
Approximate Full-Load
Heat Rejection
Btu/Hr
89,011
Mechanical Clearance (Inches)from UPS
for Ventilation and Maintenance Access
Top
Front
Bottom
Sides
Back
15.75”
43.5”
0”
0”
0”
Primary AC Input (480V 3-Phase / 3-Wire)
Maximum Input Power Demand
Normal Mode (Recharge Mode)
Suggested External
Overcurrent Protection
External Feeder Wire Size: Min. – Max. Per Phase
kVA
PF
Amps
Amps
AWG or kcmil at 75º C Temp. Rating
326 (329)
>0.99
396 (409)
600 AT
(2) 250 kcmil – (3) x 2/0
Maximum Input Power
Demand
Alternate (Bypass) AC Input (480V 3-Phase / 4-Wire)
Suggested External
Overcurrent Protection
External Feeder Wire Size:
Min. – Max. Per Phase // Min. – Max. for Neutral
kVA
PF
Amps
Amps
AWG or kcmil at 75º C Temp. Rating
300
1.0
361
500 AT
(2) 300 kcmil – (3) x 2/0 (2) 300 kcmil // (4) x 300 kcmil – (6) x 2/0
DC Backup Input (Battery - 360VDC Nom.)
Backup System
DC Capacity for Full
Load Output
Maximum Discharge
at Full Load Output
Suggested External
Overcurrent Protection*
kWB
Amps DC
Amps
AWG or kcmil at 75º C Temp. Rating
Battery
323
1073
1200 A
(4) x 300 kcmil – (4) x 350 kcmil
* If required. Most Battery Cabinets are equipped with built-in breakers.
External Feeder Wire Size:
Min. – Max.
AC Output (480/277V 3-Phase / 4-Wire)
Rated Output Power
Suggested External
Overcurrent Protection
kVA
PF
Amps
Amps
300
1.0
361
450 AT
External Feeder Wire Size:
Min. – Max. Per Phase // Min. – Max. for Neutral
AWG or kcmil at 75º C Temp. Rating
(2) 300 kcmil – (3) x 2/0 (2) 300 kcmil // (4) x 300 kcmil – (6) x 2/0
Important Notes:
1. CABLE ACCESS – Top only.
2. Maximum Current required at Primary AC Input based on full
load output and maximum battery charging current.
3. Output load conductors are to be installed in separate
conduit from input conductors.
4. Control wires and power wires are to be installed in separate
conduits.
5. Recommended AC input and output overcurrent protection
based on continuous full load current per NEC.
12. Cable sizing calculations based on the following assumptions:
- Minimum size is smallest size based on ampacity at 30 °C.
- Maximum size cable is based on cable bend radius
limitations at the UPS terminals.
- Neutral sized for 2X phase current.
- Not more than 3 current-carrying conductors installed in
conduit in ambient temperature of 30 °C.
- Temperature rating of copper conductors/terminals: 75 °C.
- Reference: 2005 NEC Handbook, Table 310.16.
NOTE: Consult latest edition of applicable
national and local codes for possible
variations.
6. Wiring shall comply with all applicable national and local
electrical codes.
7. Grounding conductors to be sized per NEC Article 250-122.
Neutral conductors to be sized per NEC Article 310.15.
- Primary AC Input: 3φ, 3-wire + ground.
- Alternate AC Input: 3φ, 4-wire + ground.
- AC Output: 3φ, 4-wire + ground.
- DC Input: 2-wire (Positive/Negative) + ground.
8. Nominal battery voltage based on the use of VRLA type
batteries (2.0 volts/cell nominal).
9. Maximum battery discharge current based on lowest
permissible discharge voltage of 1.67 VPC.
10. DC wires should be sized to allow not more than a 2-volt
drop at maximum discharge current.
11. Weights do not include batteries or other auxiliary equipment
external to the UPS.
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13. Ratings of wires and overcurrent devices are suggested
minimums. Consult with a registered Professional Engineer
within your local area for proper size selections.
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TOSHIBA G8000 Series UPS
Installation Planning Guide for 300kVA UPS
G8000 Series Installation and Operation Manual
G8000 300kVA UPS Cabling Connection Dimensions
Front
Top
Cable Entry: Top Only
Right Side
Standard System: 480V Input, 480Y/277V Output (P/N T80S3K30KK6XSxx)
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Standard System: 480V Input, 480Y/277V Output (P/N T80S3K30KK6XSxx)
Anchorage pattern:
Install anchor bolts to secure the UPS to the floor.
Use 1/2” (12mm) diameter anchor bolts. TheUPS base has eight pre-drilled 5/8” (16 mm)
holes provided. See the figure below for dimensions and locations.
Anchorage Pattern for G8000 300kVA UPS
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500kVA IPG
TOSHIBA G8000 Series UPS
Installation Planning Guide for 500kVA UPS
Standard System: 480V Input, 480Y/277V Output (P/N T80S3K50KK6XSxx)
General Mechanical Information
Dimensions
(W x D x H)
Inches
Floor
Loading
Lbs./ft. 2
Weight
101.8” x 37.4” x 79.7”
Lbs.
6520
247
Approximate Full-Load
Heat Rejection
Btu/Hr
101,490
Mechanical Clearance (Inches)from UPS
for Ventilation and Maintenance Access
Top
Front
Bottom
Sides
Back
15.75”
37”
0”
0”
0”
Primary AC Input (480V 3-Phase / 3-Wire)
Maximum Input Power Demand
Normal Mode (Recharge Mode)
Suggested External
Overcurrent Protection
External Feeder Wire Size: Min. – Max. Per Phase
kVA
PF
Amps
Amps
AWG or kcmil at 75º C Temp. Rating
484 (505)
>0.99
582 (608)
800 AT
(3) x 250 kcmil – (3) x 300 kcmil
Maximum Input Power
Demand
Alternate (Bypass) AC Input (480V 3-Phase / 4-Wire)
Suggested External
Overcurrent Protection
External Feeder Wire Size:
Min. – Max. Per Phase // Min. – Max. for Neutral
kVA
PF
Amps
Amps
AWG or kcmil at 75º C Temp. Rating
500
0.9
601
800 AT
(3) x 400 kcmil – (3) x 500 kcmil // (6) x 400 kcmil – (6) x 500 kcmil
DC Backup Input (Battery - 480VDC Nom.)
Backup System
DC Capacity for Full
Load Output
Maximum Discharge
at Full Load Output
Suggested External
Overcurrent Protection*
kWB
Amps DC
Amps
AWG or kcmil at 75º C Temp. Rating
Battery
478
1193
1200 A
(3) x 400 kcmil – (3) x 500 kcmil
* If required. Most Battery and Flywheel Cabinets are equipped with built-in breakers.
External Feeder Wire Size/pole:
Min. – Max.
AC Output (480/277V 3-Phase / 4-Wire)
Rated Output Power
Suggested External
Overcurrent Protection
External Feeder Wire Size:
Min. – Max. Per Phase // Min. – Max. for Neutral
kVA
PF
Amps
Amps
AWG or kcmil at 75º C Temp. Rating
500
0.9
601
800 AT
(3) x 400 kcmil – (3) x 500 kcmil // (6) x 400 kcmil – (6) x 500 kcmil
Important Notes:
1. CABLE ACCESS – Top only.
2. Maximum Current required at Primary AC Input based on full
load output and maximum battery charging current.
3. Output load conductors are to be installed in separate
conduit from input conductors.
4. Control wires and power wires are to be installed in separate
conduits.
5. Recommended AC input and output overcurrent protection
based on continuous full load current per NEC.
12. Cable sizing calculations based on the following assumptions:
- Minimum size is smallest size based on ampacity at 30 °C.
- Maximum size cable is based on cable bend radius limitations at
the UPS terminals.
- Neutral sized for 1.7X phase current.
- Not more than 3 current-carrying conductors installed in conduit
in ambient temperature of 30 °C.
- Temperature rating of copper conductors/terminals: 75 °C.
- Reference: 2005 NEC Handbook, Table 310.16.
NOTE: Consult latest edition of applicable
national and local codes for possible
variations.
6. Wiring shall comply with all applicable national and local
electrical codes.
7. Grounding conductors to be sized per NEC Article 250-122.
Neutral conductors to be sized per NEC Article 310.15.
- Primary AC Input: 3φ, 3-wire + ground.
- Alternate AC Input: 3φ, 4-wire + ground.
- AC Output: 3φ, 4-wire + ground.
- DC Input: 2-wire (Positive/Negative) + ground.
8. Nominal battery voltage based on the use of VRLA type
batteries (2.0 volts/cell nominal).
9. Maximum battery discharge current based on lowest
permissible discharge voltage of 1.67 VPC.
10. DC wires should be sized to allow not more than a 2-volt
drop at maximum discharge current.
11. Weights do not include batteries or other auxiliary equipment
external to the UPS.
Rev. 0.0
G8000 Series Installation and Operation Manual
13. Ratings of wires and overcurrent devices are suggested
minimums. Consult with a registered Professional Engineer within
your local area for proper size selections.
TOSHIBA INTERNATIONALCORPORATION
13131 West Little York Road
Houston, TX 77041
Telephone: (877) 867-8773
Fax: (713) 896-5212
Web Site: www.toshiba.com/ind
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TOSHIBA G8000 Series UPS
Installation Planning Guide for 500kVA UPS
Top
Front
Cable Entry: Top Only
Standard System: 480V Input, 480Y/277V Output (P/N T80S3K50KK6XSxx)
G8000 300kVA UPS Cabling Connection Dimensions
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TOSHIBA G8000 Series UPS
Installation Planning Guide for 500kVA UPS
Standard System: 480V Input, 480Y/277V Output (P/N T80S3K50KK6XSxx)
Anchorage pattern:
Install anchor bolts to secure the UPS to the floor.
Use 1/2” (12mm) diameter anchor bolts. The UPS base has eight pre-drilled 5/8” (16 mm)
holes provided. See the figure below for dimensions and locations.
Anchorage Pattern for G8000 500kVA UPS
Rev. 0.0
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FIGURE B.1 - G8000 80/100/125 KVA OUTLINE DRAWING
Appendix B - Outline Drawings
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FIGURE B.2 - G8000 150/225 KVA OUTLINE DRAWING
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FIGURE B.3 - G8000 300 KVA OUTLINE DRAWING
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FIGURE B.4 - G8000 500 KVA OUTLINE DRAWING
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Appendix C - 500kVA Input- and Output- Cabinet Joining
Instructions
Joining the G8000 500kVA Sections
1. Remove Shipping Material (Retain Connection Kit Box and Manual).
2. On a leveled floor bring the two cabinets together. Input cabinet on the left side. See
FIG. 1. Leave a gap of 0.25”-0.30” between the cabinets. See FIG. 2.
”-0.30”
AP OF 0.25
LEAVE A G ABINETS
C
BETWEEN
ET
INPUT CABIN
NET
OUTPUT CABI
FIG. 1
FIG. 2
3.
4. On Input cabinet: Open the door, remove back panel (retain hardware). See FIG. 3.
Insert 1/2-13X1.75” bolt, flat & lock washer assembly (supplied); two in the front and
two in the back. See FIG. 4 & FIG. 5.
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BACK
REMOVE
PANEL
,
BOLT
NCH AT
I
F
L
R, FL
RT HA
INSE K WASHE
C
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LO
WASH
OPEN
R
DOO
FIG. 3
INS
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LOC T HAL
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A
WA SHER, BOLT
SHE
,
FLA
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FIG. 4
5. On Output cabinet: Open the door. Insert Neutral bus between the cabinets as
shown in FIG. 5 & FIG. 6 and connect on corresponding output and input cabinet
neutral bus using 3/8-16X1.25” bolt, flat, belleville washer and nut (supplied).
Insert Belleville washer between flat washer and nut.
6. Insert AC Bus (qty. 3) between the cabinets as shown in FIG. 5 & FIG. 6 and connect
on corresponding output and input cabinet AC bus using 1/2-13X1.25” bolt, flat, belleville washer and nut (supplied).
Insert Belleville washer between flat washer and nut.
7. Insert DC Bus (qty. 2) between the cabinets as shown in FIG. 5 & FIG. 6 and connect on corresponding output and input cabinet DC bus using 1/2-13X1.25” bolt, flat,
belleville washer and nut (supplied).
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Insert Belleville washer between flat washer and nut.
NEU
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DC BUS
FIG. 5
AC B
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R
CONTROL CONNECTO
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ET
BIN
CA
UT
(FROM INP
8. Connect the Control plug/connector (male) located in input cabinet to the mating
connector (female) in the output cabinet thru conduit plate in the side panels. See
FIG. 5 & FIG. 6.
9. Connect the Ground cable located in input cabinet to the Ground Bus located in the
output cabinet thru the grommet hole in the side panels.
NOTE: SEE MANUAL PAGE 38 FOR CONNECTING POWER CABLES & ANCHORING THE CABINETS TO THE FLOOR. AFTER CONNECTING THE CABLES.
ENSURE NO LOOSE HARDWARE, METAL SHAVINGS, TOOLS, ETC. ARE LEFT BEHIND INSIDE THE CABINET.
CLOSE THE CABINETS FRONT AND BACK. RECOMMENDED TORQUE VALUES OF
3/8” STEEL BOLT IS 220 IN-LBS, 1/2” STEEL BOLT IS 390 IN-LBS.
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FIG. 6
US
DC B
AC B
NE
US
US
AL B
UTR
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