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AROS
PARTNER
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20032 Cormano (MI) - ITALY
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E-mail: [email protected]
www.aros.it
Uninterruptible
Power Supply
from 8 kVA to 6400kVA
THE SCIENCE OF CONTINUITY
AROS, a history of research
and continuity.
THE COMPANY
The company
Continuous operation is the key word for AROS. It is the
company’s field of activity, a sophisticated technology upon
which the efficiency of every electrical system depends.
AROS has over 70 years of experience in this highly
specialized sector and is currently a leading company in the
field. But continuity is also AROS “trademark” as
acknowledged by design and installation engineers: the will to
strive constantly to achieve the highest production standards
and to anticipate market demands. Thinking in this way
brought AROS to set up the Research and Development team
of about forty persons to better respond to the market
requirements. The result is that today whoever thinks about
emergency power supplies thinks AROS.
AROS was set up in 1935 and after just a few years established itself as
the leading Italian manufacturer of voltage regulators, transformers and
power supplies. In the fifties AROS was the first company in Italy to
manufacture ballasts for fluorescent neon lamps and became the Italian
leader in the field of components for lighting. In the eighties it designed,
developed and produced switching power supplies for IBM computers.
The company thus acquired know-how in PWM (Pulse-WidthModulation) technology that enabled it to enter the UPS sector. This is
now the most important field of activity for AROS, which has maintained
its leadership in voltage regulators and components.
Steps to success
1935
Manufacture of radio loudspeakers
1940
Production of transformers for radios and electrical power supplies
1945
Entry on the market of the first power supplies (ballasts) for fluorescent neon lamps
1950-1959
Manufacture of magnetic reactors for fluorescent and discharge lamps
1960-1969
First suppliers of components for IBM - Manufacture of ferro-resonant regulators
1970-1979
Production of electronic components for regulators
1980-1989
Manufacture of uninterruptible power supplies (UPS), switching power supplies and electronic reactors
1990-1999
Expansion of the range of UPS for various applications (IT, industrial)
2000-2005
Growth and consolidation in the European UPS market
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Entering the Research
and Development
department is like
entering the heart of
AROS. Here users’ real
problems are "filtered"
by means of the latest
technologies and
transformed into
successful products.
2
Highly trained personnel and state of the art
technologies lie behind every project.
RESEARCH
and development
Entering the Research and Development department means
entering the heart of AROS. Here users’ real problems are
“filtered” by means of the latest technologies and
transformed into successful products. Environmental
simulators, sophisticated analysis tools, CAD systems: super
specialized devices for super specialized design engineers to
predict tomorrow’s needs today, needs arising from
developments in electronics and market trends. AROS
dedicates its greatest resources to this team and has
recently boosted the power area. This both consolidates the
strength of its core business of Uninterruptible Power
Supplies (UPS), components and voltage regulators, while
mapping out its future course.
To understand the work carried out by the research team, just think of
the technological “nodes” that are hidden behind the apparent functional
linearity of a UPS system. To provide a high level of efficiency, withstand
strong line interference, interact with surrounding systems that may not
be homogeneous, comply with complex international safety standards,
minimize the level of interference emitted towards the mains and towards
the environment and finally, offer a degree of reliability that is increasingly
demanded by new electronic systems.
3
AROS products are
intended for
sophisticated devices
– delicate electronic
systems needing
protection – and
sophisticated devices
are required to
design, develop and
produce them.
4
Intelligent devices.
Intelligent men.
technology NEW
AROS products are intended for sophisticated devices delicate electronic systems needing protection - and
sophisticated devices are required to design, develop and
produce them. AROS Research Centre is at the cutting edge
when it comes to the synthesis and analysis of cooling
systems through the use of software for thermal analysis
based on computational fluid dynamics and infrared cameras.
This is just one example of how AROS engineers and
technicians use state of the art computer-aided technologies
to make AROS solutions increasingly competitive, not only in
terms of performance and respect for the environment, but
also as regards reducing operational costs.
AROS uses thermal analysis to study how the cooling properties inside a
device change by modifying parameters such as the size and footprint of
heat dissipators, the type and position of the fans, deflectors and
ventilation grids, and by eliminating the critical areas (caused by the
recirculation or stagnation of air at high temperatures within the UPS). All
this to achieve uniform ventilation, significantly increasing the safety and
performance of the system while retaining its compact size.
5
Quality not only as an
objective but also as
an indispensable
condition for every
product: this is AROS.
6
Millions of users believe in AROS
because AROS believes in excellence.
quality
QUALITY
Quality not only as an objective but also as an indispensable
condition for every product: this is the creed that AROS
abides by and which is centred around the certification of its
quality system. AROS is certified UNI EN ISO 9001:2000 for
the design and development, manufacture, sales and aftersales service of its products. This certification guarantees
stringent and constant control of its corporate processes.
The result is not just higher product quality and reliability but
also a philosophy focused on understanding customers’
present and future requirements, complying with their
requests and aiming to exceed their expectations.
With so much trade taking place across borders, conformity assessment
has become an important component of the world economy. Before they
are put on the market, all AROS products are subjected to testing for
conformance with specifications complying with ISO 9001:2000
standards.
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For AROS, a product
is not technologically
complete unless it
“incorporates” a level
of support that
resolves users’
problems.
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The service rendered to customers
every day makes AROS a partner.
service
SERVICE
For AROS, a product is not technologically complete unless it
“incorporates” a level of support that resolves users’
problems. High resolution capacity, low intervention times:
this formula has been one of the keys to its success on the
domestic and European markets. A formula that finds
concrete application in services such as Teleguard, the
remote support service that remotely manages and controls
the UPS 24 hours a day. Choosing AROS means being able
to connect on-line with the Control centre, being informed in
real time on the status of the UPS and obtaining immediate
action in emergencies. AROS combines this advanced
service for its users with training activities for technical and
commercial operators, on its own premises or at the
customer’s site.
AROS offers a technical consultancy and pre-sales service and provides
end users, installers and design engineers with on-line support to
determine the best AROS product for the required application.
An excellent way to find out what it means to AROS to be its customers’
partner.
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Index
Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS)
Power problems
p. 12
Technical standards
p. 13
Types of Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
p. 14
Evaluation parameters
p. 16
Power quality and mains disturbance
p. 17
Software and accessories for total reliability
in controls and communication
p. 18
Communications Options
p. 20
UPS range summary
p. 22
UPS Options
p. 24
Sentry Multistandard
p. 26
Sentry HPS
p. 36
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Power problems
BLACKOUT,
VOLTAGE DISTURBANCES
Blackout, voltage disturbances 45%
Why an Uninterruptible Power Supply?
Data centres, servers, LAN nodes and telecommunication systems
must always be protected against possible problems in the power
supply. Sudden blackouts and variations in the mains supply may lead
to system malfunctions and severe data losses. But even other
electrical equipment can cause damage or inconvenience if there is a
breakdown in the mains. Just think of the check-out systems in a
supermarket, lighting systems and industrial production units, not to
mention safety systems, pumping systems and automatic devices in
general.
Other 55%
Power problems are caused
by various sources such as
distribution network faults,
system switching, weather
and environmental
conditions, heavy equipment
or simply just faulty
maintenance.
The simplest and most effective way of coping with these
disturbances is to install a UPS unit (UPS stands for Uninterruptible
Power Supply). Acting as an interface between the mains and the
loads, the UPS guarantees the continuity and the quality of the
electrical power supplied to the loads, whatever the condition of the
mains may be. In fact these systems stabilise the voltage perfectly,
eliminating all disturbances.
They even supply voltage when the mains fails, by means of a series
of batteries which give a back up time that is generally sufficient to
guarantee the safety of persons and of the system.
In order to decide which type of appliance is able to guarantee the
best level of protection, you must know the types of mains problems
that can disturb your systems.
TYPE OF MAINS DISTURBANCES
Peaks
Overvoltage
+15%
Nominal
voltage
-15%
Undervoltage 85%
Undervoltage
Peaks 8%
Blackout 6%
0V
Blackout
Overvoltage 1%
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CEI, CENELEC and IEC are
the recognized
standardization bodies
respectively at national,
European and international
level. Such standardization
guarantees the compliance
with CE Directives.
Technical Standards
Safety
EN IEC 62040-1-1, EN 50091-1-1 are the reference standards
regulating the basic safety requirements which UPS equipment must
fulfil to grant users safety in restricted areas.
EN IEC 62040-1-2, EN 50091-1-2 are the reference standards
regulating general and safety requirements for UPS used in locations
with limited access.
Electromagnetic Compatibility
This is the capacity of equipment to work without being disturbed
(immunity) and without disturbing (emisssion) other equipment due to
electromagnetic disturbances on electric wires and irradiated.
EN 50091-2 is the reference standard which also defines the testing
procedures.
Performances
The reference document is the Performance Requirements
EN 62040-3. It is a guide for a better understanding between
manufacturer and user since it defines which performance must be
declared as well as the relevant testing methods.
All AROS UPS’s have been designed and built in accordance with all
the above standards and therefore bear the
mark.
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Types of Uninterruptible Power Supply
(UPS)
On-Line Uninterruptible
Power Supply (VFI)
On this type of UPS, also known as
a double conversion UPS, the
inverter draws its power continuously
from the rectifier (converter). The
current is completely regenerated by
its transformation from AC to DC and
back to AC, guaranteeing a constant
level of quality, regardless of
disturbance on the mains power
source.
By carrying out continuous double
conversion, an On-Line UPS
significantly attenuates electrical
noise, which might otherwise
damage a computer. When the AC
input supply is not within the voltage
and frequency tolerances, the battery
is used to power the inverter. The
inverter continually supplies the
critical load with a true sinewave
current.
If a converter/inverter failure occurs,
the continuity of the load power can
be improved by activating the bypass
source using a transfer switch.
Static switch
Bypass
A.C. input
Inverter
Rectifier
A.C. output
A.C. input
Battery
normal mode
battery mode
by pass mode
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Types of Uninterruptible Power Supply
(UPS)
Line Interactive
Uninterruptible
Power Supply (VI)
On this type of UPS the inverter is
connected in parallel to the AC input
and also charges the battery (interactive
operation in reversible mode).
When the AC input supply is not within
strict amplitude and frequency
tolerances, the load is powered by the
inverter through the battery.
The normal inverter output waveform is
a stepwave or squarewave.
This technique is rarely used for high
power ratings as frequency regulation is
not possible. Active Standby (or Line
Interactive) technology is a recent
development made possible by the
advent of microprocessors. The UPS is
fully controlled by a microprocessor
which monitors the quality of the mains
power supply and reacts to any
variations. In the event of a power
problem, the UPS transfers the load to
the batteries to supply stabilised power.
It is increasingly frequent to add a
voltage compensation circuit, called a
“booster”, that is enabled in the event of
prolonged voltage drops.
Passive Standby
Uninterruptible
Power Supply
(Off-line) (VFD)
This type of UPS, also called Off-line
UPS, is connected in parallel to the
normal AC source. The current is filtered
in order to attenuate the most frequent
forms of disturbance. In the event of a
power problem the UPS transfers the
load to the batteries to supply stabilised
power: the inverter only switches on
when the mains fails or fluctuates
outside the input voltage tolerances of
the EMI filter or if it is fitted with
Automatic Voltage Stabiliser (AVS).
Static switch
Bypass
A.C. input
Automatic Voltage Regulator
A.C. output
AVR
A.C. input
Inverter
Battery
normal mode
battery mode
by pass mode
Static switch
Bypass
A.C. input
A.C. output
Inverter
Battery charger
A.C. input
Battery
normal mode
battery mode
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Evaluation parameters
Apparent power (in VA or kVA)
It is defined as:
PAPP =VX I
for single-phase load
Crest Factor
A linear load absorbs a sinewave
current that shows an effective value
(IEFF usually measured and declared)
and a peak value (IPK). The Crest
Factor value is defined as:
PAPP = V x I x √3
for three-phase loads
where V is the load voltage supply
and I is the current absorbed by the
load in normal load conditions.
This information is normally shown on
documents and/or load nameplates
though it may be shown as an
oversized value.
Active power (in W or kW)
It is defined as:
kW = kVA x cosϕ
(where cosϕ means power factor PF).
The cosϕ value of loads is very
seldom indicated, therefore a correct
UPS sizing requires measurements
of kVA absorbed by loads.
Experience, anyway, shows that
typical loads of computer feature a
PF between 0,65 and 0,8.
Considerations on the
misleading concept of
“computer power”
In the definition of the UPS rated
power, the parameter values, defined
as “computer power”, “switching
power”, “actual power”, power a
particular temperature value, etc. are
sometimes indicated.
Such arbitrary parameter values have
no relation with apparent power and
active power; they can be neither
quantified nor defined and therefore
must not be used for the correct
sizing of the UPS.
CF =
IPK
IEFF
The nominal value for a linear load is
CF = 1,41. Most loads applied to
UPS’s are non- linear load: they
absorb distorted current with a CF
value greater than 1,41 and require
therefore higher peak currents thus
resulting in an increased distortion of
the output voltage than equivalent
linear loads. Directive EN62040-3,
indicates a typical non-linear load as
CF=3, used for UPS testing, which
may be used in the absence of other
data.
Overload
Overloads are temporary requests
from electrical equipment which
exceed regular operation absorption.
They are caused by current peaks
which may occur when one or more
users are switched on. In case the
overload exceeds the admissible
limits the UPS guarantees the energy
supply via the automatic bypass line.
For “On line” UPS’s the transfer is
effected without any break in power
(transfer time = 0 ms). The “bypass”
is a safety device with independent
protection and auxiliary supply able
to supply the load independently
from the UPS also when the UPS is
switched off or broken.
The harmonics level of AROS UPS's
complies with the present directive.
Howerver, in order to further reduce the
presence of these harmonics variuos
solutions are available such as the
installation of Active Filetrs (Power
Factor Controlled) or different Rectifier
designs.
Runtime
The batteries supplied with the UPS’s
are valve regulated batteries (VRLA)
known as sealed batteries with no
electrolyte top-up, very low gas
emission, suitable for installations in
offices and public places with no need
for special precautions. Batteries are
normally supplied with the UPS and
can either be installed in the same
cabinet or in additional ones. AROS
guarantees the power supply runtimes
specifying the apparent load power and
the power factor.
Remarks about the misleading
concept of “typycal autonomy”
In defing the runtime it is often used the
concept “typical autonomy (or runtime)”
which has nothing to do with the real
runtime based on the 100% load value
expressed in W or kW (active power).
The runtime that AROS shows on all its
documentation have been calculaterd
at 100% of the load.
Input current harmonics
The UPS battery charger rectifier
absorbs a distorted current containing
harmonics that are multiples to the
reference 50Hz frequency. These
harmonics may cause voltage distortion
which may affect the normal operation
of non privileged user’s.
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Power quality and mains disturbance
Electronic equipment functions
properly as long as the utility is
available and with high quality.
Unfortunately not always this is
possible because most of the power
quality events are caused by factors
beyond the control of the Distribution
Company. These factors may occur
either externally (in the network
distribution system) or internally (in
the facility when the system is
located). External causes may be for
example storm, lightning, high wind,
tree limb contact, construction
activities etc, while the internal
causes may be switching of the
machine, capacitor banks, fault or
maintenance activities.
Depending on the events the power
quality disturbances may vary in
type, duration and intensity.
Typical power supply disturbances
that cause major bad effects on your
load are listen below.
Power outage
Power interruption for a time of more
than 3s is called an outage or
commonly “blackout”. This is
normally caused by atmospheric
accidents to the high voltage
distribution network or a failure in the
power supply equipment.
Blackout
Consequences:
- Computer applications
Complete system shutdown with
loss of data, possible hardware
damage and long periods of
employee inactivity.
- Industrial applications
Huge impact in the production
activity with consequent
production loss and/or unexpected
safety consequence.
Undervoltage
It is a voltage reduction in amplitude
for a time between 10 ms to 1 s.
expressed as a percentage from 10
and 100% of the rated voltage. This
is caused for example by short
circuits in the resident distribution
systems or the large inrush current of
the transformers.
Sag and Swell
Any short term voltage decrease
(sags) or increase (swell) for a time
from half cycle to 3 seconds. It is
normally caused by the equipment
shutdown, circuit breaker operations,
high peak current absorbed by the
equipments, or short-circuit.
Undervoltage
Consequences:
- Computer applications
Overheating of the electronic
components with consequent
operational breakdown.
- Industrial applications
Instability of asynchronous motors
and loss of synchronization of
synchronous motors, opening of
contactors (voltage drop > 30%),
power-off discharge lamps (voltage
drop > 50% for 20-40 ms) with
subsequent return of power after
several minutes and consequent
operational breakdown.
Overvoltages
Overvoltage is an increase in voltage
for a time of more than 10 ms.
Overvoltages may be caused by the
disconnection of major loads
(interruption in manufacturing
processes of industrial companies,
reduction in the speed of electric
motors, arc furnaces, rolling mills,
etc.) or natural events such as
lightning.
Consequences:
The major effects may be the loss of
data or the lights flicker, very
unpleasant for the people exposed to
these effects.
Transients
Transients are rapid, very high
overvoltages of up to 20 kV. They
are caused mainly by lightning (which
is random in its location, duration
and amplitude) but also by faults on
the high-voltage network, the
switching of inductive loads or the
powering of highly capacitive loads.
Consequences:
Transients destroy inadequately
protected equipment (melting of
wires, perforation of isolation in
motors, badly-timed release of
protection devices, etc.).
Consequences:
Faults in all electric/electronic
equipment (100%<overvoltage<150%);
e.g. damage to boards, power
supplies, computers/servers, faults in
lighting systems, etc.
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Software and accessories for total reliability
in controls and communication
Always attentive to the market requests, AROS offers the ideal solution for an
efficient and intuitive remote UPS management.
Monitoring and control systems today require real-time performance, remote
internet access and the use of mobile technology for anywhere, anytime fault
and alarm notification. Watch&Save has been designed to all that.
Watch&Save
Watch&Save provides detailed graphical displays.
Watch&Save software ensures effective and intuitive management of the UPS.
Important real time information such as the input and output voltage, the load
applied, the battery status, is displayed in the form of bar graphs. The software
is able to provide information even in the event of a fault, and can also
programme the UPS for automatic weekly start-up and shutdown.
Watch& Save is available in two versions:
Standard - for the monitoring and management of a single UPS through serial
port or LAN network;
Professional - for the monitoring and management of up to 16 UPS units
through serial port or LAN network.
Features
A standard screen displays information on the
load, batteries status, alarms etc.
All information can be displayed in block format.
Automatic and sequential shutdown
Watch&Save can perform scheduled, unattended and orderly shutdown of single
and networked PCs, saving any active work and the most widely used
applications Windows.
Multi-platform compatibility
Watch&Save uses the TCP/IP communication protocol to achieve standardized
management and monitoring across the widest possible range of platforms. This
makes it possible to monitor computers with different operating systems from a
single console, for example monitoring a UNIX server from a PC with Windows
and also connecting to UPS units located in different geographical areas using
dedicated networks (intranet) or Internet.
Event scheduling
Watch&Save captures and stores all the events that take place detailing
power-off and power-up scenarios, thus increasing system safety and power
economy.
All changes in UPS operating statuses are
logged and displayed in a graphical format.
Messages management
Watch&Save interacts with any equipment or appliance to provide alerting
messages concerning the status of the UPS via e-mail, fax or SMS to a predefined list of persons.
Wap server integrated
Watch&Save allows the UPS monitoring through WAP mobile phone.
Multi-lingual support
Watch&Save supports 12 languages.
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Software and accessories for total reliability
in controls and communication
PowerNETGuard
PowerNETGuard software centralizes Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
management using network interface (SNMP) communications. Ideal for Data
Centre managers and medium-to- large sized networks, PoweNETGuard uses
the RFC1628 standard Management Information Base (MIB) and ensures
standardised UPS management wherever they are located.
Features
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•
•
•
•
•
•
Centralised control of remote UPS via Ethernet with SNMP protocol,
Multiple-level display of geographical areas, building plans, maps, etc.,
Multi-user access with various levels of security,
Compatible with NetMan and RFC1628 standard network interface (SNMP),
Graphs of physical input and output values stored and backed up to file,
Alarm notification via e-mail and SMS,
Operating systems supported Windows (98, ME, NT, 2000 and XP),
Linux, MacOSX, Solaris 8 and 9.
Operating systems supported
(Standard version)
• Windows 95-0SR2
• Windows 95,98, Me, NT 4.0 and 2000, XP
• Linux
• Novell Netware 3.x, 4.x, 5.x, IntraNetWare
• Mac OS X, 9.x
Operating systems supported
(Professional version)
• Windows 95-0SR2
• Windows 95,98, Me, NT 4.0 and 2000, XP
• Linux
• Novell Netware 3.x, 4.x, 5.x, IntraNetWare
• Mac OS X, 9.x
• IBM OS/2 Warp and Server,
• The most common operating systems
such as:
IBM AIX, HP UNIX, SUN Solaris INTEL
and SPARC, SCO Unix and UnixWare,
Silicon Graphic IRIX, Compaq True64
UNIX and DEC UNIX, BSD UNIX
and FreeBSD UNIX, NCR
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Communication Options
NetMan 101/102 - Network adapter
NetMan allows UPS monitoring and management across a LAN using the
following network communication protocols: TCP/IP, HTTP and network interface
(SNMP). NetMan is available in two different models:
• NetMan 101, (box version),
• NetMan 102, (slot version).
NetMan 101
Features
• Compatible with Watch&Save and PowerNETGuard software,
• Settable via TELNET and a serial terminal,
• Supports the network interface (SNMP) standard communication protocol with
proprietary RFC 1628 and MIB,
• Integrated Web server for browser-based display,
• TeleGuard modem compatible,
• Firmware upgradable option through serial port.
NetMan 102
MultiCom 301/302 - (MODBUS/JBUS)
MultiCom 301/302 protocol converter may be used to monitor the UPS using
the MODBUS/JBUS protocol on RS485 or RS232 serial lines. It will also manage
a second, independent RS232 serial line that can be used to connect other
devices such as Netman 101 or a PC that uses the Watch&Save software.
MultiCom 301
MultiCom 302
Features
• Configuration of the port for MODBUS/JBUS as RS232 or RS485,
• Management of two independent serial lines,
• Suitable for integration with Building Management Systems (BMS),
• LED signalling the communication flow,
• Firmware upgradeable through the serial port.
MultiCom 351/352 - Serial duplexer
MultiCom 351/352 is a serial duplexer that allows two devices to be connected
to a single serial port on a UPS. It can be used where numerous serial
connections and multiple polling of UPS are required, and is ideal for LAN
networks with a firewall.
MultiCom 351
MultiCom 352
Features
• Cascading configuration giving a maximum of 4 serial ports,
• LED signalling of the communication flow,
• Firmware upgradeable through the serial port.
MultiCom 362
MultiCOM 362 provides a UPS with an additional RS232 serial interface or USB
port. The USB port allows the UPS to communicate with Apple Macintosh
computers as well as Windows and Linux operating systems.
MultiCom 362
Features
• Compatible with USB 1 or 2,
• Compatible with Watch&Save.
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Communication Options
MultiCom 372
MultiCOM 372 provides a UPS with an additional RS232 serial interface port.
The card has Emergency Power Off (EPO) and Remote Shut Down (RSD) inputs
with terminal connections.
MultiCom 372
Features
• EPO and UPS shutdown interface,
• 12Vdc 80mA contact option.
MultiCom 382
MultiCOM 382 provides a set of relay contacts to provide UPS alarm and status
indication. The contacts are connected through terminal connections. Signal
contacts include Emergency Power Off (EPO), Remote Shut Down (RSD), On
Battery, On Bypass, Alarm and Low battery. The contacts are changed
over or normally open.
MultiCom 382
Features
• Max. 3A current at 250Vac,
• Signal contact customisation.
Modbus/Profibus converter box
This box is connected to the MultiCom 301 or 302 output and converts the
Modbus in Profibus communication protocol.
Features
• Allows AROS UPSs to be compatible with BMS systems using the Profibus
fieldbus,
• Applicable to all UPS range (except Rapido).
USB Converter
RS232-USB converter enables UPS units without a USB port to connect to
Macintosh, Windows and Linux PCs with this type of port.
USB Converter
Features
• Compatible with USB 1.2,
• Compatible with Watch&Save.
MULTI I/O
Multi I/O, slot version
Multi I/O, box version
The Multi I/O device integrates the UPS communication with Environmental
Communication devices. Complete configurability of the input and output
signals.
Features
• 8 analogue or digital Inputs,
• UPS communication via RS232 link,
• 8 relay outputs configurable using the UPS RS232 input and/or the input
coming signals from the site devices,
• RS232 output port with configurable messages,
• RS485 output port MDBUS /JUBUS with configurable messages.
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UPS range Summary
RAPIDO
PC PLANET
SYNCRO
E-SENTINEL
SENTINEL 6
350-550VA
400-550-650VA
800-1000-1500
2000VA
500-750-1000
1500-2000VA
700-1000-1500
2000-3000VA
Line Interactive
Line Interactive
Line Interactive
Line Interactive
On line
Double conversion
Input Voltage
230V single-phase
230V single-phase
230V single-phase
230V single-phase
230V single-phase
Output Voltage
230V single-phase
230V single-phase
230V single-phase
230V single-phase
230V single-phase
Inveter Output transformer
–
–
–
–
–
Automatic bypass
–
–
–
–
●
Maintenace Internal bypass
–
–
–
–
–
Battery test
–
●
●
●
●
Deep Battery Discharge
protection
–
●
●
●
●
ECO mode operation
–
–
–
–
–
SMART ACTIVE operation
–
–
–
–
–
STAND BY - OFF
(Emergency ligthing - EN 50171)
–
–
–
–
–
Frequency Converter
–
–
–
–
●
Multimodule Configuration
–
–
–
–
–
Active filter
–
–
–
–
–
12- Pulse Rectifier
–
–
–
–
–
Input Current Harmonic
Reduction filter (< 5 %)
–
–
–
–
–
Backfeed protection
●
●
●
●
●
downloading from internet
●
●
●
●
RS 232 port
-
●
●
●
●
USB port
●
–
–
●
–
Dry Contact
–
(1) ●
(1) ●
(1) ●
(1) ●
Power Rating
Topology
Base Monitoring Software
(Watch & Save)
● Standard
❍ Optional
(1) Available only when the RS 232 port is not used for other functions
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SENTINEL XR
SENTINEL 5 PLUS
3300-4000
5000-6000VA
SENTRY MULTISTANDARD SENTRY MULTISTANDARD
SENTRY HPS
SENTRY HPS
SENTRY HPS
3/1
3/3
3/1
3/3
3/3
6-6,5-8-10kVA
10-15-20 kVA
10-15-20-30
40-60-80 kVA
8-10-15-20-30-40
60-80-100 kVA
10-15-20-30-40
60-80-100-120
160-200 kVA
250-300-400
500-600-800 kVA
On line
Double conversion
On line
Double conversion
On line
Double conversion
On line
Double conversion
On line
Double conversion
On line
Double conversion
On line
Double conversion
230V single-phase
230V single-phase
400V three-phase*
230V single-phase
400V three-phase
400V three-phase
400V three-phase
400V three-phase
400V three-phase
230V single-phase
230V single-phase
230V single-phase
400V three-phase
230V single-phase
400V three-phase
400V three-phase
–
–
–
–
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
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–
●
●
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●
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●
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●
●
●
●
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●
only from 30 to 100kVA
only from 100 to 200kVA
●
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●
–
–
–
●
●
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●
–
–
–
●
●
●
●
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–
–
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
–
–
❍
❍
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
❍ only from 60 to 200kVA
●
–
–
–
❍
❍
❍
●
●
●
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❍
–
–
–
–
–
(1) ●
●
●
●
●
●
●
–
● Standard
❍ Optional
(*) Not available for 6kVA
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UPS Options
RAPIDO
PC PLANET
(except PC Planet 400)
SYNCRO
SOFTWARE PACKAGES
Watch & Save Professional
▲
▲
PowerNETGuard
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
Modbus/Profibus converter box
▲
▲
MultiCom 351 - Box (serial duplexer)
▲
▲
Multi I/O (Site Monitoring and Alarm configuration)
▲
▲
USB converter
▲
▲
AS400 Interface
▲
▲
COMMUNICATION OPTIONS
Netman 101 - Box (TCP/IP, SNMP, HTTP)
Netman 102 - Slot (TCP/IP, SNMP, HTTP)
MultiCom 301 - Box (MODBUS/JBUS)
MultiCom 302 - Slot (MODBUS/JBUS)
MultiCom 352 - Slot (serial duplexer)
MultiCom 362 (RS232 + USB)
MultiCom 372 (additional RS232 port and EPO)
Multicom 382 (Dry contact extension + EPO)
Modem GSM
OTHER OPTIONS
External Battery temperature sensor
Display Remote Monitor panel
▲
Maintenance Bypass cabinet
IRMS
Input isolation transformer
▲
▲
▲
on request
on request
on request
▲ Option available
24
E-SENTINEL
SENTINEL 6
SENTINEL XR
SENTINEL 5 PLUS
SENTRY MULTISTANDARD
SENTRY HPS
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
Only 2000VA
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
Only 2000VA
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
Only 2000VA
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
on request
on request
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
up to 4kVA
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
on request
on request
on request
on request
on request
on request
▲ Option available
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Sentry Multistandard
Quality power supply
LE FORTING
B
A
T
I
U
H
S
CY LIGONS
N
E
G
R
E
EM
ATI
APPLIC
ON-LINE double conversion VFI
technology guarantees a filtered,
stabilized and reliable voltage that is free
from all mains interference
(overvoltages, frequency variations,
voltage drops).
Low consumption
As well as the on-line operating mode,
Sentry Multistandard can operate in:
• Economy Mode
The UPS uses Line Interactive
technology: the load is powered from
the mains; the energy consumption is
reduced with a subsequent
improvement in efficiency (98%).
• Smart Active Mode
The UPS automatically selects On
Line or Line Interactive operating
mode according to the quality of the
mains supply, by monitoring the
number, frequency and type of
disturbances at the mains power
input.
10/30 kVA
• Stand-by-Off (back-up unit)
With the mains available the UPS is
normally not powered and
consequently the power consumption
is almost zero. Only when the mains
fails or falls outside a preset range,
does the inverter take over in 200 ms
using power from the batteries. This
operating mode is suitable for
Emergency Escape Lighting (CPSS Central Power Supply System) as per
standard EN 50171. These modes
can be programmed to suit the
requirements of the user and the load
to be powered.
10/30 kVA
Battery cabinet
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Fig. 1 – Block diagram UPS in parallel up to 8 units
Expandability
High reliability
Operating flexibility
The units can be connected in parallel
up to 8 units to increase power
availability or redundancy.
The single module or the system can
be expanded at any time following the
power demand without any influence
on the initial investment.
Thanks to the peculiarity of the “Hot
System Expansion” feature, the
additional unit can be connected in
parallel while the other units are on-line
and supplying regular power to the
load. The new UPS is on-line and will
receive the updated information
automatically.
The digital control of the appliance
considerably improves its reliability,
since a reduction in electronic
components lowers the likelihood of
breakdowns. The parallel connection of
the UPS up to 8 units exponentially
increases the reliability of the system.
The parallel connection system has 2
levels of redundancy: in the event both
redundant cables are lost only the
relevant module will be disconnected
from the output bus bar, while the other
modules supply power to the load.
Sentry Multistandard is a UPS with OnLine double conversion technology that
can also operate in Line Interactive
mode (Economy Mode). It can handle
the two architectures autonomously
through the Smart Active function.
The Stand-By-Off function can be used
to transform the UPS into a back-up
unit to supply power for emergency
lighting.
Sentry Multistandard can also be used
as a Frequency Converter, 50/60Hz or
vice versa.
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Maximum battery care
Advanced communication
Temperature is the greatest threat to
batteries; for this reason, Sentry
Multistandard monitors the temperature
of the battery and thereby controls the
battery charging voltage.
An automatic battery test periodically
checks the efficiency of the batteries.
The batteries are not used during
micro-interruptions (40 ms), since the
required energy is drawn from a group
of capacitors (BATTERY SAVING).
This system extends the life of the
batteries.
The Sentry Multistandard range also
includes deep discharge protection
feature.
The unit comes with Aros Watch &
Save software as a standard feature.
The software displays the most
important information such as the input
and output voltage, the load applied,
the remaining back-up time, etc., in the
form of bar graphs. It is able to provide
information even in the event of a
failure, to support the fault diagnostics.
Watch & Save software can be used to
program the automatic shutdown of all
open systems in the event of a
prolonged black out.
The UPS also contains the following
hardware interfaces:
• RS232 serial port,
• Dry contacts,
• EPO (Emergency Power Off) contact
for UPS shutdown using the remote
emergency button.
Maximum safety for personnel
The back feed protection device
prevents any voltage back feed in the
upstream distribution board, thus
ensuring the safety of the maintenance
personnel.
40/80kVA
Mimic panel
The mimic panel allows easy and
intuitive operation of the UPS. It gives
access to the most important
parameters: status and alarms, control
commands, input, output, battery
measurements (power, current, voltage,
frequency and temperature) and
settings. The Sentry Multistandard
diagnostics system includes up to 128
alarms or messages allowing precise
and detailed identification of any event.
Operating status, alarms, applied load,
battery charging.
Controls and settings menu.
Language selection menu.
Battery voltages, internal operating
temperatures.
Applications
Servers, Local Area Network (LAN),
Data centers, telecommunications,
industrial equipment, electro-medical
equipment, emergency lighting
applications.
40/80kVA
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Low Input Harmonic Distortion
The Power Factor Correction (PFC),
standard on all models, guarantees the
input power factor level to 0,95 for any
load percentages so that it is ideal in
conjunction with Motor Generator or in
installations with other sensitive loads.
Sentry Multistandard is also available
with built-in Active Filter designed to
reduce the level of THDi to less than
4% and to increase the input power
factor up to 0,99.
Other benefits
• Advanced technologies: Active Filter
is based on the IGBT’s Technologies
controlled by the Digital Signal
Processor (DSP). DSP instantly
monitors and controls the input
current absorbed by the UPS in
order to eliminate the unlike
harmonics and maintain the THDi
less than 4 %.
UPS input current with optional Active Filter
• Maximum efficiency: thanks to the
Active Filter, Multistandard has low
input harmonics even at low loads
connected at the output.
• Compact size: no addition footprint is
required because the Active Filter is
fitted inside the base Multistandard
unit.
• Reduction of the neutral current: less
harmonics at the Multistandard input
reduces the neutral cable size and
consequently the installation costs.
• Maximum reliability: thanks to this
design solution any failure of the
optional Active Filter has no influence
on the power supplied to the load;
the only consequence is the increase
of current harmonics level rejected to
the mains. MAXIMUM RELIABILTY
FOR THE LOAD.
Sentry Multistandard with Active Filter
(internal view)
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Sentry Multistandard
Technical data
Three- / Single-phase input
Single-phase output
Input
SM10
Nominal voltage
Voltage range
45÷65 Hz
Power factor
By-pass line
0,95
<7 % single-phase input, < 5% three-phase input with Active Filter
SM10
Nominal voltage
0 ms
Permitted voltage range
±1 5% (selectable from ±5% to ±25%)
Nominal frequency
50/60 Hz
Permitted frequency range
±2% (selectable up to ±6% )
SM10
SM15
SM20
32/12
48/12
48/12
Type
Output
SM20
1
Transfer time
Batteries
SM15
230 V
No. of phases
Batteries no./V
SM20
±20% (up to -40% with UPS derating)
Frequency
Current distortion
SM15
230 V single-phase or 400 V+N three-phase (selectable)
maintenance-free sealed lead-acid
SM10
SM15
SM20
Nominal power (kVA)
10
15
20
Active power (kW) (single-phase input)
8
10.5
12
Active power (kW) (three-phase input)
8
12
16
No. of phases
1
Nominal voltage
220-230-240 V (selectable)
Voltage stability
±1 % static, ±5% dynamic
Frequency
Frequency stability
50/60 Hz (selectable)
±0,05 % in battery operation, ±1 % in synchronism with mains (±5 % selectable)
Crest factor (EN 60040-3)
3:1
Overload (kVA)
110% for 5h, 125% for 10’, 150% for 1’
Inverter short-circuit current
System
AC-AC efficiency
Operating altitude without derating
Noise at 1 m depending on load and temperature
Operating temperature
300 % for 0,5 seconds
SM10
SM15
93% On-line, 98% Eco-mode
1000 m a.s.l.
50÷56 dBA
0÷40 °C
Relative humidity
95% (non condensing)
Remote signalling
volt free contacts
Communication ports
Remote control
Protection degree
Colour
Standards
SM20
nos.2 RS232/C, slot for Netman 102 or Multicom 302, Multicom 352, Profibus
E.P.O. and by-pass
IP20
RAL 7024 (dark grey)
safety EN 62040-1, EMC IEC 62040-2 and EN 50091-2 lev. A, Directives 73/23, 93/68, 89/336 EEC, EN 62040-3
30
Sentry Multistandard
Three- / Single-phase input
Single-phase output
Power
(kVA)
Model
Back-up
(min)
Batteries
Dimensions
WxDxH (mm)
Weight
(kg)
10
SM 10 00
0
-
450x750x1200
112
10
SM 10 A7
10
Internal
450x750x1200
204
10
SM 10 A12
15
Internal
450x750x1200
250
10
SM 10 A14
20
Internal
450x750x1200
243
10
SM 10 A14+A14*
50
Internal
450x750x1200
381
15
SM 15 00
0
-
450x750x1200
122
15
SM 15 A7
10
Internal
450x750x1200
260
15
SM 15 A12
15
Internal
450x750x1200
328
15
SM 15 A14
20
Internal
450x750x1200
330
20
SM 20 00
0
-
450x750x1200
123
20
SM 20 A9
6
Internal
450x750x1200
276
20
SM 20 A12
10
Internal
450x750x1200
329
20
SM 20 A14
15
Internal
450x750x1200
345
* Configuration without active filter.
Battery cabinets for longer autonomy
Power
(kVA)
Model
Batteries
Dimensions
WxDxH (mm)
Weight
(kg)
10
Exp. 32xA12
32x12Ah
450x750x1200
160
10
Exp. 32xA38
32x38Ah
555x720x1200
563
10
Exp. 32xA65
32x65Ah
860x720x1200
875
15-20
Exp. 48xA12
48x12Ah
450x750x1200
275
15-20
Exp. 48xA14
48x14Ah
450x750x1200
275
15-20
Exp. 48xA38
48x38Ah
860x720x1200
822
Back-up time UPS plus additional Battery Cabinets
UPS Model
Battery Cabinet
SM 10 00
+
Back-up (min)
Exp. 32xA38
70
SM 10 0
+
Exp. 32xA65
130
SM 15 A7
+
Exp. 48xA12
30
SM 15 A12
+
Exp. 48xA12
40
SM 15 A14
+
Exp. 48xA14
60
SM 15 00
+
Exp. 48xA38
70
SM 20 A9
+
Exp. 48xA12
20
SM 20 A12
+
Exp. 48xA12
30
SM 20 A14
+
Exp. 48xA14
40
SM 20 00
+
Exp. 48xA38
60
Isolation transformers for SM series
Power
(kVA)
Dimensions
WxDxH (mm)
Weight
(kg)
10
555x720x1200
140
15
555x720x1200
160
20
555x720x1200
188
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Sentry Multistandard
Technical data
Three-phase input
Three-phase output
Input
ST10
ST15
Nominal voltage
ST20
Voltage range
±20% (up to -40% with UPS derating)
Frequency
45÷65 Hz
Power factor
0,99 with Active Filter
Current distortion
< 5 % with Active Filter
By-pass line
ST10
ST15
Nominal voltage
ST30
3+N
By-pass
static and manual for maintenance
Transfer time
0 ms
Permitted voltage range
±15% (selectable from ±5% to ±25%)
Nominal frequency
50/60 Hz
Permitted frequency range
Batteries
ST20
400 V+N
No. of phases
Batteries no./V
ST30
400 V+N three-phase
±2% (selectable up to ±6%)
ST10
32/12
Type
ST15
ST20
48/12
48/12
ST30
48/12
maintenance-free sealed lead-acid
Output
ST10
ST15
ST20
ST30
Nominal power (kVA)
10
15
20
30
Active power (kW)
8
12
16
24
No. of phases
3+N
Nominal voltage
380-400-415 V (selectable)
Voltage stability
±1 % static, ±5% dynamic
Frequency
Frequency stability
50/60 Hz (selectable)
±0,05 %in battery operation, ±1 % in synchronism with mains (±5 % selectable)
Crest factor (EN 60040-3)
3:1
Overload (kVA)
110 % for 5 h, 125% for 10’, 150% for 1’
Inverter short-circuit current
System
AC-AC efficiency
Operating altitude without derating
Noise at 1 m depending on load and temperature
Operating temperature
Relative humidity
Remote signalling
Communication ports
Remote control
Protection degree
Colour
Standards
300% for 0,5 seconds
ST10
ST15
ST20
ST30
92% On-line, 98% Eco-mode/Smart active mode/Emergency mode
1000 m a.s.l.
50÷56 dBA
0÷40 °C
95% (non condensing)
volt free contacts
Nos.2 RS232/C, slot for Netman 102 or Multicom 302 and Multicom 352, Profibus
E.P.O. and by-pass
IP20
RAL 7024 (dark grey)
safety EN 62040-1, EMC IEC 62040-2 and EN 50091-2 lev. A, Directives 73/23, 93/68, 89/336 EEC, EN 62040-3
32
Sentry Multistandard
Three-phase input
Three-phase output
Power
(kVA)
Model
Back-up
(min)
Batteries
Dimensions
WxDxH (mm)
Weight
(kg)
10
ST 10 00
0
-
450x750x1200
114
10
ST 10 A7
10
Internal
450x750x1200
206
10
ST 10 A12
15
Internal
450x750x1200
251
10
ST 10 A14
20
Internal
450x750x1200
258
10
ST 10 A14+A14*
50
Internal
450x750x1200
406
15
ST 15 00
0
-
450x750x1200
122
15
ST 15 A7
10
Internal
450x750x1200
261
15
ST 15 A12
15
Internal
450x750x1200
328
15
ST 15 A14
20
Internal
450x750x1200
335
20
ST 20 00
0
-
450x750x1200
124
20
ST 20 A9
6
Internal
450x750x1200
277
20
ST 20 A12
10
Internal
450x750x1200
330
20
ST 20 A14
15
Internal
450x750x1200
350
30
ST 30 00
0
-
450x750x1200
144
30
ST 30 A14
8
Internal
450x750x1200
370
* Configuration without active filter.
Battery cabinets for longer autonomy
Power
(kVA)
Model
Batteries
Dimensions
WxDxH (mm)
Weight
(kg)
10
Exp. 32xA12
32x12Ah
450x750x1200
160
10
Exp. 32xA38
32x38Ah
555x720x1200
563
10
Exp. 32xA65
32x65Ah
860x720x1200
875
15-20-30
Exp. 48xA12
48x12Ah
450x750x1200
275
15-20-30
Exp. 48xA14
48x14Ah
450x750x1200
275
15-20-30
Exp. 48xA38
48x38Ah
860x720x1200
822
15-20-30
Exp. 48xA65*/A80*
48x65Ah/80Ah
900x750x1600
1300/1400
*Because of the high weight the batteries are delivered separately from the cabinet and installed on site.
Back-up time UPS plus additional Battery Cabinets
UPS Model
ST 10 00
+
Battery Cabinet
Back-up (min)
Exp. 32xA38
70
ST 10 00
+
Exp. 32xA65
130
ST 15 A7
+
Exp. 48xA12
30
ST 15 A12
+
Exp. 48xA12
40
ST 15 A14
+
Exp. 48xA14
60
ST 15 00
+
Exp. 48xA38
70
ST 20 A9
+
Exp. 48xA12
20
ST 20 A12
+
Exp. 48xA12
30
ST 20 A14
+
Exp. 48xA14
40
ST 20 00
+
Exp. 48xA38
60
ST 30 A14
+
Exp. 48xA12
15
ST 30 A14
+
Exp. 48xA14
20
ST 30 00
+
Exp. 48xA38
50
ST 30 00
+
Exp. 48xA65
60
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Sentry Multistandard
Technical data
Three-phase input
Three-phase output
Input
ST40
Nominal voltage
ST60
400 V + N three-phase
Voltage range
±20% (up to -40% with UPS derating)
Frequency
45÷65 Hz
Power factor
0,99 with Active Filter
Current distortion
< 4 % with Active Filter
By-pass line
ST40
Nominal voltage
ST80
3+N
By-pass
static and manual for maintenance
Transfer time
0 ms
Permitted voltage range
±15% (selectable from ±5% to ±25%)
Nominal frequency
50/60 Hz
Permitted frequency range
±2% (selectable up to ±5%)
ST40
Batteries no./V
ST60
ST80
48/12
Type
Output
ST60
400 V+N
No. of phases
Batteries
ST80
maintenance-free sealed lead-acid
ST40
ST60
ST80
Nominal power (kVA)
40
60
80
Active power (kW)
32
48
64
No. of phases
3+N
Nominal voltage
380-400-415 V (selectable)
Voltage stability
±1 % static, ±5% dynamic
Frequency
Frequency stability
50/60 Hz (selectable)
±0,05 % in battery operation, ±1 % in synchronism with mains (±5 % selectable)
Crest factor (EN 60040-3)
3:1
Overload (kVA)
110 % for 5 h, 125% for 10’, 150% for 1’
Inverter short-circuit current
System
AC-AC efficiency
Operating altitude without derating
Noise at 1 m depending on load and temperature
Operating temperature
Relative humidity
Remote signalling
Communication ports
Remote control
Protection degree
Colour
Standards
300% for 0,5 seconds
ST40
ST60
ST80
92% On-line, 98% Eco-mode/Smart active mode/Emergency mode
1000 m a.s.l.
50÷56 dBA
0÷40 °C
95% (non condensing)
volt free contacts
nos.2 RS232/C, slot for Netman 102 or Multicom 302 and Multicom 352, Profibus
E.P.O. and by-pass
IP20
RAL 7024 (dark grey)
safety EN 62040-1, EMC IEC 62040-2 and EN 50091-2 lev. A, Directives 73/23, 93/68, 89/336 EEC, EN 62040-3
34
Sentry Multistandard
Three-phase input
Three-phase output
Power
(kVA)
Model
Back-up
(min)
Batteries
Dimensions
WxDxH (mm)
Weight
(kg)
40
ST 40 00
0
-
500x740x1400
180
60
ST 60 00
0
-
500x740x1400
200
80
ST 80 00
0
-
500x740x1400
220
Battery cabinets for longer autonomy
Power
(kVA)
Model
Batteries
Dimensions
WxDxH (mm)
Weight
(kg)
40-60-80
Exp. 48xA26
48x26Ah
500x750x1400
500
40-60-80
Exp. 48xA38
48x38Ah
900x750x1400
650
40-60-80
Exp. 48xA65*
48x65Ah
900x750x1600
1300
40-60-80
Exp. 48xA80*
48x80Ah
900x750x1600
1400
*Because of the high weight the batteries are delivered separately from the cabinet and installed on site.
Back-up time UPS plus additional Battery Cabinets
UPS Model
Battery Cabinet
Back-up (min)
ST 40 00
+
48 Battery Blocks A26
10
ST 40 00
+
48 Battery Blocks A38
20
ST 40 00
+
48 Battery Blocks A65
40
ST 40 00
+
48 Battery Blocks A80
60
ST 60 00
+
48 Battery Blocks A26
6
ST 60 00
+
48 Battery Blocks A38
10
ST 60 00
+
48 Battery Blocks A65
20
ST 60 00
+
48 Battery Blocks A80
80
ST 80 00
+
48 Battery Blocks A38
8
ST 80 00
+
48 Battery Blocks A65
20
ST 80 00
+
48 Battery Blocks A80
25
Isolation transformers for ST series
Power
(kVA)
Dimensions
WxDxH (mm)
Weight
(kg)
10
555x720x1200
145
15
555x720x1200
165
20
555x720x1200
190
30
555x720x1200
215
40
555x720x1200
260
60
640x740x1400
380
80
640x740x1400
430
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Sentry HPS
Quality power supply
Sentry HPS is an On-Line double
conversion (VFI) UPS with filtered and
stabilized sinusoidal output voltage.
Sentry HPS is immune to the
interferences on the electric power
supply line as it has special input and
output filters.
Maximum reliability and power
availability
The digital control of the appliance
considerably improves reliability, since a
reduction in electronic components
lowers the likelihood of breakdowns.
Digital control is provided by the
microprocessor that, in the HPS series,
controls all the internal parameters, thus
increasing reliability and performance.
In parallel connections, digital control
ensures balance of the currents, which
generally change over time due to
phenomena such as vibrations and
temperature, between the UPS units
and the exchange of information with
no need for manual tuning.
Sentry HPS has been designed so that
it can be connected in parallel even
after the installation of the first unit.
The power availability can be increased
thanks to various configurations
available such as the parallel
configuration, the Dual Bus function
and the Dynamic Dual Bus system.
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High Efficiency
Maximum battery care
Advanced communication
If required, the unit can work in ECO
mode to increase efficiency up to 98%
and consequently reduce energy
dissipation and costs. In this operating
mode the mains is the priority source
and the load is switched over to the
Inverter only when the mains
characteristics exceed the preset limits.
Optimal battery management includes:
• periodic battery test,
• protection against deep discharge,
• recharge temperature compensated.
Aros Watch & Save software displays
the most important information such as
the input and output voltage, the load
applied, the remaining back-up time,
etc., in the form of bar graphs.
The software is able to provide
information even in the event of a
failure, in support of the fault
diagnostics.
The Watch & Save software can be
used to program the automatic
shutdown of all open systems in the
event of a prolonged black out. Sentry
HPS can also operate with a network
agent for applications on LAN or WAN
networks.
The UPS contains the following
hardware interfaces:
• RS232 serial port,
• Dry contacts,
• EPO (Emergency Power Off) contact
for UPS shutdown using the remote
emergency button.
UPS for Industrial loads
Sentry HPS with its strong overload
capability, output galvanic isolation and
low harmonic current distortion, is the
ideal solution for industrial applications.
Thanks to the high battery current, HPS
Series is suitable to work with large
battery banks as it can guarantee
recharging in 10 hours as
recommended by the battery
manufacturer.
Operating flexibility
Sentry HPS is an uninterruptible power
supply with On-Line double conversion
technology that can also operate in
Line Interactive mode (Economy mode
for units over 100 kVA). All power
ratings of the HPS series can also be
used as Frequency Converters 50 to
60 Hz and vice versa .
Mimic panel
The mimic panel allows easy and
intuitive operation of the UPS. It gives
access to the most important
parameters: status and alarms, control
commands, input, output, battery
measurements (power, current, voltage,
frequency and temperature) and
settings. The Sentry HPS diagnostics
system includes up to 128 alarms or
messages allowing precise and
detailed identification of any event.
Motor Generator friendly
Thanks to the range of different UPS
versions and to the input filter solutions,
Sentry HPS Series modules offer low
harmonic distortion and high power
factor at the input. This makes them
ideal for use in conjunction with the
Motor Generator at the input. On
request, the HPS Series is provided
with a “Motor Generator kit”
that will inhibit the battery recharging
and/or synchronization with bypass.
Maximum safety for personnel
The back feed protection device
prevents any voltage back feed in the
upstream distribution board, thus
ensuring the safety of the maintenance
personnel.
Remote Service Support
Front access
Sentry HPS has frontal access for all
power and electronic components,
even in those configurations with
internal batteries. This reduces the floor
space required and consequently
reduces the installation costs.
TELEGUARD is a remote troubleshooting system that can signal any
kind of unexpected event in real time.
Any fault is immediately signalled, 24
hours a day, 365 days a year, to the
service control centre, which can take
immediate action either remotely or on
site. Plus, a report is provided
periodically, detailing all the most
important events that have taken place
during the monitored period.
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Sentry HPS
Fig 1- Bock diagram UPS in parallel up to 8 units
Expandability
The units can be connected in parallel
up to 8 units to increase power
availability or redundancy.
The single module or the system can
be expanded any time to suit power
requirements without influencing the
initial investment.
Thanks to the peculiarity of the “Hot
System Expansion” feature, the
additional unit can be connected in
parallel while the other units are on-line
and supplying regular power to the
load. The new UPS is on-line and will
be set up automatically.
Applications
Servers, Local Area Network (LAN),
Data centers, telecommunications,
industrial equipment, electro-medical
equipment.
300 kVA
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Dual Bus System
The Dual Bus System powers the
priority loads from two independent
sources.
This configuration increases the
redundancy and availability level of a
multi-module configuration. Each bus
may consist of a single module or up to
8 modules in parallel, kept in synchro
by the UGS (UPS Group Synchroniser).
together at any time for system
expansion or maintenance.
This provides a lot of flexibility in your
installation in case of maintenance or
when it is necessary to change the
redundancy level of both systems.
Fig. 2 – Dual bus System
Dynamic Dual Bus System
Two independent systems set in Dual
Bus Configuration can be merged
Fig. 3 – Dynamic Dual Bus System
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Sentry HPS
Technical data
Three-phase input
Single-phase output
Input
HM 8
HM 10
Nominal voltage
45 ÷ 65 Hz
Current harmonic distortion (THDi)
≤ 8% with filter
Power Factor
0,9 with filter
Soft start
0-100% in 8-10 seconds
HM 8
HM 10
Nominal voltage
50 or 60 Hz
Permitted frequency range
±2% (selectable from ±1% to ±5% from front panel)
By-pass
static and manual for maintenance
Transfer time
0 ms
HM 8
HM 10
Number of battery cell (Pb)
sealed battery (Pb), open vented battery, Ni Cd
Maintenance voltage
variable according to the temperature (-0,5 Vx°C)
Ripple voltage
<1%
HM 8
HM 10
HM 15
8
10
15
20
8
12
16
220 - 230 - 240 V (selectable) single-phase
Voltage stability
± 1% static, ± 5% dynamic
35
43
65
Crest factor (EN 60040-3)
50 / 60 Hz
± 0,05% in battery operation, ± 2% in synchronism with mains (± 5% selectable)
Overload (kVA)
System
110 % for 300', 125% for 10', 150% for 1'
HM 8
HM 10
AC-AC efficiency
Operating temperature
Relative humidity
Standards
Back feed protection
Protection degree
Colour
HM 15
HM 20
> 91%
Operating altitude without derating
Noise at 1 m depending on load and temperature
87
3:1
Frequency
Frequency stability
HM 20
6,4
Nominal voltage
Nominal current (A)
HM 20
430 V
Type of battery
Active power (kW) at cosϕ 0,8
HM 15
192
Nominal battery voltage
Nominal power (kVA)
HM 20
±15% (selectable from ±10% to ±25% from front panel)
Nominal frequency
Output
HM 15
230 V
Permitted voltage range
DC links
HM 20
400 V +N ±20 %
Frequency
By-pass line
HM 15
1000 m a.s.l.
48÷ 54 dBA
53÷60 dBA
0 ÷ 40°C
95% (non-condensing)
safety EN 62040-1, EMC IEC 62040-2 and EN 50091-2, Directives 73/23, 93/68, 89/336 EEC, EN 62040-3
standard
IP20
RAL 7035
40
Sentry HPS
Three-phase input
Single-phase output
Power
(kVA)
Model
Back-up
(min)
Batteries
Dimensions
WxDxH (mm)
Weight
(kg)
0
-
555x720x1200
190
8
HM8 00
8
HM8 A7
10
Internal
555x720x1200
280
8
HM8 A12
20
Internal
555x720x1200
325
8
HM8 A12 + A7
35
Internal
555x720x1200
415
8
HM8 A12 + A12
50
Internal
555x720x1200
460
10
HM10 00
0
-
555x720x1200
200
10
HM10 A7
6
Internal
555x720x1200
290
10
HM10 A12
15
Internal
555x720x1200
345
10
HM10 A12 + A7
30
Internal
555x720x1200
425
10
HM10 A12 + A12
40
Internal
555x720x1200
470
15
HM15 00
0
-
555x720x1200
220
15
HM15 A12
10
Internal
555x720x1200
335
15
HM15 A12 + A7
15
Internal
555x720x1200
425
15
HM15 A12 + A12
20
Internal
555x720x1200
470
20
HM20 00
0
-
555x720x1200
240
20
HM20 A12+A7
10
Internal
555x720x1200
470
20
HM20 A12+A12
15
Internal
555x720x1200
505
Back-up
(min)
Batteries
Dimensions
WxDxH (mm)
Weight
(kg)
Battery cabinets for longer autonomy
Power
(kVA)
Model
10
Exp.32 Batt.A38
65
A38
555x720x1200
563
15
Exp.32 Batt.A38
40
A38
555x720x1200
563
15
Exp.32 Batt.A65
75
A65
860x720x1200
875
20
Exp.32 Batt.A38
30
A38
555x720x1200
563
20
Exp.32 Batt.A65
60
A65
860x720x1200
875
Note:
The backup time relates to the UPS without internal batteries.
Isolation transformers for HM series
Power
(kVA)
Dimensions
WxDxH (mm)
Weight
(kg)
8-10
555x720x1200
140
15
555x720x1200
160
20
555x720x1200
188
Note:
The isolation transformers for units above 20kVA are available on request.
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Sentry HPS
Technical data
Three-phase input
Single-phase output
Input
HM 30
HM 40
HM 60
Nominal voltage
Frequency
8%
Power factor with filter
0,92
0-100% in 8-10 seconds
HM 30
HM 40
HM 60
Nominal voltage
50 or 60 Hz
Permitted frequency range
±2% (selectable from ±1% to ±5% from front panel)
By-pass
static and manual for maintenance
Transfer time
0 ms
HM 30
HM 40
Number of battery cell (Pb)
Nominal battery voltage
Type of battery
HM 30
30
Active power (kW) at cosϕ 0,8
24
Nominal voltage
HM 80
HM 100
60
80
100
32
48
64
80
220 - 230 - 240 V (selectable) single-phase
± 1% static, ± 5% dynamic
130
174
Standards
Back feed protection
Protection degree
Colour
261
348
434
3:1
50 / 60 Hz
± 0,05% in battery operation, ± 2% in synchronism with mains (± 5% selectable)
Overload (kVA)
Relative humidity
530 V
HM 60
Frequency
Operating temperature
430 V
40
Crest factor (EN 60040-3)
Noise at 1 m depending on load and temperature
240
HM 40
Voltage stability
Operating altitude without derating
HM 100
<1%
Nominal power (kVA)
AC-AC efficiency
HM 80
variable according to the temperature (-0,5 Vx°C)
Ripple voltage
System
HM 60
192
sealed battery (Pb), open vented battery, Ni Cd
Maintenance voltage
Frequency stability
HM 100
±15% (selectable from ±10% to ±25% from front panel)
Nominal frequency
Nominal current (A)
HM 80
230 V
Permitted voltage range
Output
5%
0,9
Soft start
DC links
HM 100
45 ÷ 65 Hz
Current harmonic distortion with filter (THDi)
By-pass line
HM 80
400 V+N ±20 %
110 % for 300', 125% for 10', 150% for 1'
HM 30
HM 40
HM 60
HM 80
HM 100
> 91%
1000 m a.s.l.
65 dBA
0 ÷ 40°C
95% (non-condensing)
safety EN 62040-1, EMC IEC 62040-2 and EN 50091-2, Directives 73/23, 93/68, 89/336 EEC, EN 62040-3
standard
IP20
RAL 7035
42
Sentry HPS
Three-phase input
Single-phase output
Power
(kVA)
Model
Back-up
(min)
Batteries
Dimensions
WxDxH (mm)
Weight
(kg)
30
HM30 00
0
-
555x720x1200
290
40
HM40 00
0
-
555x720x1200
340
60
HM60 00
0
-
800x740x1400
440
80
HM80 00
0
-
800x740x1400
520
100
HM100 00
0
-
1070x740x1400
650
Note:
The input harmonic filter is fitted in base unit with additional matching cabinet 270mm length.
Battery cabinets for longer autonomy
Power
(kVA)
Model
Back-up
(min)
Batteries
Dimensions
WxDxH (mm)
Weight
(kg)
30
32 Battery Blocks A38
15
A38
555x720x1200
563
30
32 Battery Blocks A65
35
A65
860x720x1200
875
30
32 Battery Blocks A80
45
A80
860x720x1200
1100
30
32 Battery Blocks A100
60
A100
860x720x1200
1200
40
32 Battery Blocks A38
10
A38
555x720x1200
563
40
32 Battery Blocks A65
25
A65
860x720x1200
875
40
32 Battery Blocks A80
30
A80
860x720x1200
1100
40
32 Battery Blocks A100
40
A100
860x720x1200
1200
40
32 Battery Blocks A120
50
A120
860x720x1200
1200
60
32 Battery Blocks A38
8
A38
555x740x1400
578
60
32 Battery Blocks A65
15
A65
800x740x1400
890
60
32 Battery Blocks A80
20
A80
860x740x1400
920
60
32 Battery Blocks A100
30
A100
860x740x1400
1200
60
32 Battery Blocks A120
40
A120
860x740x1400
1200
80
32 Battery Blocks A65
10
A65
860x740x1400
890
80
32 Battery Blocks A80
15
A80
860x740x1400
920
80
32 Battery Blocks A100
20
A100
860x740x1400
1200
80
32 Battery Blocks A120
25
A120
860x740x1400
1200
100
40 Battery Blocks A65
7
A65
860x740x1800
1120
100
40 Battery Blocks A80
10
A80
860x740x1800
1150
100
40 Battery Blocks A100
15
A100
860x740x1800
1470
100
40 Battery Blocks A120
20
A120
860x740x1800
1470
43
Sentry HPS
Technical data
Three-phase input
Three-phase output
Input
HT 10
HT15
Nominal voltage
HT20
Frequency
0,9 with input filter
Current harmonic distortion (THDi)
8% with input filter
Soft start
HT 10
HT15
HT20
HT40
400 V three-phase +N
Permitted voltage range
±15% (selectable from ±10% to ±25% from front panel)
Nominal frequency
50 or 60 Hz
Permitted frequency range
±2% (selectable from ±1% to ±5% from front panel)
Overload capacity
approx 200% for 1 minute (depending on the power rating)
By-pass
static and manual for maintenance
Transfer time
0 ms
HT 10
HT15
Number of battery cell (Pb)
HT20
HT30
HT40
192
Nominal battery voltage
430 V
Type
Sealed Lead Acid, Vented Lead Acid, Nickel Cadmium
Maximum recharge current (A)
0,2xC10
Recharging voltage
variable according to the temperature (-0,5 Vx°C)
Ripple voltage
Output
HT30
0-100% in 10 seconds
Nominal voltage
Batteries
HT40
45 ÷ 65 Hz
Power factor
By-pass line
HT30
400 V three-phase +N ±20 %
<1%
HT 10
HT15
HT20
HT30
HT40
Nominal power (kVA)
10
15
20
30
40
Active power (kW) at cosϕ 0,8
8
12
16
24
32
Nominal voltage
380-400-415 V (selectable) three-phase +N
Voltage stability
Nominal current (A)
± 1% static, ± 5% dynamic
14
22
Frequency
Frequency stability
3:1
110% for 300', 125% for 10', 150% for 1'
HT 10
HT15
AC-AC efficiency
Relative humidity
Standards
Back feed protection
Protection degree
Colour
HT20
HT30
HT40
> 91%
Operating altitude without derating
Operating temperature
58
50 or 60 Hz
Overload (kVA)
Noise in dBA at 1 m depending on load and temperature
43
± 0,05% in battery operation, ± 2% in synchronism with mains (± 5% selectable)
Crest factor (EN 60040-3)
System
29
1000 m a.s.l.
48÷ 54
53÷60
0 ÷ 40° C
95% (non-condensing)
safety EN 62040-1, EMC IEC 62040-2 and EN 50091-2, Directives 73/23, 93/68, 89/336 EEC, EN 62040-3
standard
IP20
RAL 7035
44
Sentry HPS
Three-phase input
Three-phase output
Power
(kVA)
Model
Back-up
(min)
Batteries
Dimensions
WxDxH (mm)
Weight
(kg)
10
HT10 00
0
-
555x720x1200
210
10
HT10 A7
10
Internal
555x720x1200
300
10
HT10 A12
15
Internal
555x720x1200
345
10
HT10 A12+A7
30
Internal
555x720x1200
435
10
HT10 A12+A12
40
Internal
555x720x1200
480
15
HT15 00
0
-
555x720x1200
220
15
HT15 A12
10
Internal
555x720x1200
335
15
HT15 A12+A7
15
Internal
555x720x1200
425
15
HT15 A12+A12
20
Internal
555x720x1200
470
20
HT20 00
0
-
555x720x1200
240
20
HT20 A12+A7
10
Internal
555x720x1200
460
20
HT20 A12+A12
15
Internal
555x720x1200
500
30
HT30 00
0
-
555x720x1200
282
30
HT30 A12+A12
10
Internal
825x720x1200
610
40
HT40 00
0
-
555x720x1200
330
Back-up
(min)
Batteries
Dimensions
WxDxH (mm)
Weight
(kg)
Battery Cabinets
Power
(kVA)
Model
10
32 Battery Blocks A38
65
A38
555x720x1200
563
15
32 Battery Blocks A38
40
A38
555x720x1200
563
15
32 Battery Blocks A65
75
A65
860x720x1200
875
20
32 Battery Blocks A38
30
A38
555x720x1200
563
20
32 Battery Blocks A65
60
A65
860x720x1200
875
30
32 Battery Blocks A38
15
A38
555x720x1200
563
30
32 Battery Blocks A65
35
A65
860x720x1200
875
30
32 Battery Blocks A80
45
A80
860x720x1400
1100
30
32 Battery Blocks A100
60
A100
860x720x1400
1200
40
32 Battery Blocks A38
10
A38
555x720x1200
563
40
32 Battery Blocks A65
25
A65
860x720x1200
875
40
32 Battery Blocks A80
30
A80
860x720x1400
1100
40
32 Battery Blocks A100
40
A100
860x720x1400
1200
40
32 Battery Blocks A120
50
A120
860x720x1400
1200
40
2x32 Battery Blocks A65
60
A65+A65
2x(860x720x1400)
1750
Note:
The back-up time relates to the UPS without internal batteries.
Isolation transformers for HT series
Power
(kVA)
Dimensions
WxDxH (mm)
Weight
(kg)
10
555x720x1200
145
15
555x720x1200
165
20
555x720x1200
190
30
555x720x1200
215
40
555x720x1200
260
45
Sentry HPS
Technical data
Three-phase input
Three-phase output
Input
HT60
HT80
Nominal voltage
400 V three-phase +N ±20 %
Frequency
45 ÷ 65 Hz
Power factor
0,92 with input filter
Current harmonic distortion (THDi)
5% with input filter
Soft start
By-pass line
0-100% in 10 seconds
HT60
HT80
Nominal voltage
Permitted voltage range
400 V three-phase +N
±15% (selectable from ±10% to ±25% from front panel)
Nominal frequency
Permitted frequency range
Overload capacity
50 or 60 Hz
±2% (selectable from ±1% to ±5% from front panel)
approx 200% for 1 minute (depending on the power rating)
By-pass
static and manual for maintenance
Transfer time
Batteries
0 ms
HT60
Number of battery cell (Pb)
Nominal battery voltage
Type
430 V
Sealed Lead Acid, Vented Lead Acid, Nickel Cadmium
Max. recharge current (1)
35 A
Recharging voltage
variable according to the temperature (-0,5 Vx°C)
Ripple voltage
Output
HT80
192
<1%
HT60
HT80
Nominal power (kVA)
60
80
Active power (kW) at cosϕ 0,8
48
64
Nominal voltage
380-400-415 V (selectable) three-phase +N
Voltage stability
± 1% static, ± 5% dynamic
Rated current (A)
87
115
Frequency
Frequency stability
50 / 60 Hz
± 0,05% in battery operation, ± 2% in synchronism with mains (± 5% selectable)
Crest factor (EN 60040-3)
Overload (kVA)
System
AC-AC efficiency
Operating altitude without derating
Noise at 1 m depending on load and temperature
Operating temperature
Relative humidity
Standards
Back feed protection
Protection degree
Colour
3:1
110 % for 300', 125% for 10', 150% for 1'
HT60
HT80
92%
1000 m a.s.l.
53÷ 62 dBA
0 ÷ 40° C
95% (non-condensing)
safety EN 62040-1, EMC IEC 62040-2 and EN 50091-2, Directives 73/23, 93/68, 89/336 EEC, EN 62040-3
standard
IP20
RAL 7035
(1) With approx. 80% load
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Sentry HPS
Three-phase input
Three-phase output
Power
(kVA)
Model
Back-up
(min)
Batteries
Dimensions
WxDxH (mm)
Weight
(kg)
60
HT60 00 6Pulse
0
–
800x740x1400
450
60
HT60 00 12Pulse
0
–
1070x740x1400
600
80
HT80 00 6Pulse
0
–
800x740x1400
555
80
HT80 00 12Pulse
0
–
1070x740x1400
780
Batteries
Dimensions
WxDxH (mm)
Weight
(kg)
Note:
The input harmonic filter for 6pulse and 12pulse version is fitted internal in the base unit.
Battery Cabinets
Power
(kVA)
Model
Back-up
(min)
60
32 Battery Blocks A38
8
A38
555x720x1400
578
60
32 Battery Blocks A65
15
A65
860x740x1400
890
60
32 Battery Blocks A80
20
A80
860x740x1400
920
60
32 Battery Blocks A100
30
A100
860x740x1400
1200
60
32 Battery Blocks A120
40
A120
860x740x1400
1200
60
2x32 Battery Blocks A80
50
2xA80
2x(860x740x1400)
1840
60
2x32 Battery Blocks 2xA100
60
2xA100
2x(860x740x1400)
2400
80
32 Battery Blocks A65
10
A65
860x740x1400
890
80
32 Battery Blocks A80
15
A80
860x740x1400
920
80
32 Battery Blocks A100
20
A100
860x740x1400
1200
80
32 Battery Blocks A120
25
A120
860x740x1400
1200
80
2x32 Battery Blocks 2xA80
30
2xA80
2x(860x740x1400)
1840
80
2x32 Battery Blocks 2xA100
40
2xA100
2x(860x740x1400)
2400
80
2x32 Battery Blocks 2xA120
60
2xA120
2x(860x740x1400)
2400
Note:
The back-up time relates to the UPS without internal batteries.
Isolation transformers for HT series
Power
(kVA)
Dimensions
WxDxH (mm)
Weight
(kg)
60
640x740x1400
380
80
640x740x1400
430
47
Sentry HPS
Technical data
Three-phase input
Three-phase output
Input
HT100
Nominal voltage
Frequency (Hz)
45 ÷ 65 Hz
Power factor
0,92 with input filter
Current harmonic distortion (THDi)
5% with input filter
Soft start
By-pass line
0-100% in 10 seconds
HT100
Nominal voltage
Permitted voltage range
Overload capacity for 10 ms
HT120
400 V three-phase + N
±15% (selectable from ±10% to ±25% from front panel)
Nominal frequency
Permitted frequency range
HT120
400 V three-phase ±20 %
50 or 60 Hz
±2% (selectable from ±1% to ±5% from front panel)
1200%
1000%
By-pass
static and manual for maintenance
Transfer time
0 ms (2-4ms in Eco Mode)
Batteries
HT100
HT120
Number of battery cell (Pb)
216
240
480 V
530 V
Nominal battery voltage
Type
Sealed Lead Acid, Vented Lead Acid, Nickel Cadmium
Max. recharge current (1)
35 A
Recharging voltage
variable according to the temperature (-0,5 Vx°C)
Ripple voltage
<1%
Output
HT100
HT120
Nominal power (kVA)
100
120
Active power (kW) at cosϕ 0,8
80
96
Nominal voltage
380-400-415 V three-phase + N (selectable)
Voltage stability
± 1% static, ± 5% dynamic
Nominal current (A)
145
174
Frequency
Frequency stability
50 / 60 Hz
± 0,05% in battery operation, ± 2% in synchronism with mains (± 5% selectable)
Crest factor (EN 60040-3)
Overload (kVA)
System
AC-AC efficiency
Operating altitude without derating
Noise at 1 m depending on load and temperature
Operating temperature
Relative humidity
Standards
Back feed protection
Protection degree
Colour
3:1
110 % for 300', 125% for 10', 150% for 1'
HT100
HT120
93% On-line, 98% Eco-Mode
1000 m a.s.l.
60÷ 65 dBA
0 ÷ 40 °C
95% (non-condensing)
safety EN 62040-1, EMC IEC 62040-2 and EN 50091-2, Directives 73/23, 93/68, 89/336 EEC, EN 62040-3
standard
IP20
RAL 7035
(1) with approx 80 % load.
48
Sentry HPS
Three-phase input
Three-phase output
Power
(kVA)
Model
Back-up
(min)
Batteries
Dimensions
WxDxH (mm)
Weight
(kg)
100
HT100 00 6pulse
0
–
1070x740x1400
650
100
HT100 00 12pulse
0
–
1420x740x1400
800
120
HT120 00 6pulse
0
–
1070x740x1400
750
120
HT120 00 12pulse
0
–
1420x740x1400
900
Back-up
(min)
Batteries
Dimensions
WxDxH (mm)
Weight
(kg)
Battery Cabinets
Power
(kVA)
Model
100
36 Battery blocks A65
7
A65
860x740x1800
1030
100
36 Battery Blocks A80
10
A80
860x740x1800
1054
100
36 Battery Blocks A100
15
A100
860x740x1800
1342
100
36 Battery Blocks A120
20
A120
860X740X1800
1342
100
2x36 Battery Blocks A80
30
2xA80
2x(860x740x1800)
2108
100
2x36 Battery Blocks A100
40
2xA100
2x(860x740x1800)
2684
100
2x36 Battery Blocks A120
50
2xA120
2x(860x740x1800)
2684
100
3x36 Battery Blocks A100
60
3xA100
3x(860x740x1800)
4026
120
40 Battery Blocks A65
6
A65
860x740x1800
1120
120
40 Battery Blocks A80
10
A80
860x740x1800
1150
120
40 Battery Blocks A100
15
A100
860x740x1800
1470
120
40 Battery Blocks A120
20
A120
860X740X1800
1470
120
2x40 Battery Blocks A80
30
2xA80
2x(860x740x1800)
2300
120
2x40 Battery Blocks A100
40
2xA100
2x(860x740x1800)
2940
120
2x40 Battery Blocks A120
50
2xA120
2x(860x740x1800)
2940
120
3x40 Battery Blocks A100
60
3xA100
3x(860x740x1800)
4410
Note:
The back-up time relates to the UPS without internal batteries.
Isolation transformers for HT Series
Power
(kVA)
Dimensions
WxDxH (mm)
Weight
(Kg)
100
640x740x1400
480
120
640x740x1400
500
49
Sentry HPS
Technical data
Three-phase input
Three-phase output
Input
HT160
Nominal voltage
HT200
400 V three-phase +N ±20 %
Frequency
45 ÷ 65 Hz
Power factor
0,92 with input filter
Current harmonic distortion (THDi)
≤ 5% with input filter
Soft start
0-100% in 10 seconds
By-pass line
HT160
Nominal voltage
Permitted voltage range
±15% (selectable from ±10% to ±25% from front panel)
Nominal frequency
Permitted frequency range
Overload capacity for 10ms
50 or 60 Hz
±2% (selectable from ±1% to ±5% from front panel)
900%
1000%
By-pass
static and manual for maintenance
Transfer time
Batteries
HT200
400 V three-phase + N
0 ms (2-4ms in Eco Mode)
HT160
HT200
Number of battery cell (Pb)
240
Nominal battery voltage
530 V
Type
Sealed Lead Acid, Vented Lead Acid, Nickel Cadmium
Max. recharge current (A) (1)
80
Recharging voltage
100
variable according to the temperature (-0,5 Vx°C)
Ripple voltage
<1%
Output
HT160
HT200
Nominal power (kVA)
160
200
Active power (kW) at cosϕ 0,8
128
Nominal voltage
160
380-400-415 V three-phase + N (selectable)
Voltage stability
Nominal current (A)
± 1% static, ± 5% dynamic
232
290
Frequency
Frequency stability
50 or 60 Hz
± 0,05% in battery operation, ± 5% selectable, ± 2% in mains synchronism
Crest factor (EN 60040-3)
Overload (kVA)
System
AC-AC efficiency
Operating altitude without derating
Noise at 1 m depending on load and temperature
Operating temperature
Relative humidity
Standards
Back feed protection
Protection degree
Colour
3:1
110 % for 300'', 125% for 10', 150% for 1'
HT160
HT200
93% On-line, 98% Eco-Mode
1000 m a.s.l.
60÷ 65 dBA
0 ÷ 40° C
95% (non-condensing)
safety EN 62040-1, EMC IEC 62040-2 and EN 50091-2, Directives 73/23, 93/68, 89/336 EEC, EN 62040-3
standard
IP20
RAL 7035
(1) With approx 80 % load.
50
Sentry HPS
Three-phase input
Three-phase output
Power
(kVA)
Model
Back-up
(min)
Batteries
Dimensions
WxDxH (mm)
Weight
(kg)
160
HT160 00 6pulse
0
–
1070x740x1400
950
160
HT160 00 12pulse
0
–
1420x740x1400
1100
200
HT200 00 6pulse
0
–
1420x740x1800
1100
200
HT200 00 12pulse
0
–
1420x740x1800
1200
Back-up
(min)
Batteries
Dimensions
WxDxH (mm)
Weight
(kg)
Battery Cabinets
Power
(kVA)
Model
160
40 Battery Blocks A80
5
A80
860x740x1800
1150
160
40 Battery Blocks A100
10
A100
860x740x1800
1470
160
40 Battery Blocks A120
12
A120
860X740X1800
1470
160
2x80 Battery Blocks A80
15
2xA80
2x(860x740x1800)
2300
160
2x80 Battery Blocks A100
25
2xA100
2x(860x740x1800)
2940
160
2x80 Battery Blocks A120
30
2xA120
2x(860x740x1800)
2940
160
3x80 Battery Blocks A100
45
3xA100
3x860x740x1800
4410
200
40 Battery Blocks A100
5
A100
860x740x1800
1470
200
40 Battery Blocks A120
7
A120
860x740x1800
1470
200
2x80 Battery Blocks A80
12
A80
2x(860x740x1800)
2300
200
2x80 Battery Blocks A100
15
2xA100
2x(860x740x1800)
2940
200
2x80 Battery Blocks A120
20
2xA120
2x(860x740x1800)
2940
200
3x80 Battery Blocks A100
30
3xA100
3x860x740x1800
4410
200
3x80 Battery Blocks A120
40
3xA120
3x860x740x1800
4410
Note:
The back-up time relates to the UPS without internal batteries.
Isolation transformers for HT Series
Power
(kVA)
Dimensions
WxDxH (mm)
Weight
(Kg)
160
640x740x1400
550
200
800x740x1800
650
51
Sentry HPS
Technical data
Three-phase input
Three-phase output
Input
HT250
Nominal voltage
HT300
Frequency
45 ÷ 65 Hz
Power factor
0,83 (0,9 with input filter)
Current harmonic distortion (THDi)
8 % (4 % with input filter)
Soft start
By-pass line
0-100% in 10"
HT250
Nominal voltage
50 or 60 Hz
Permitted frequency range
±2% (selectable from ±1% to ±5% from front panel)
Overload capacity
1000% for 100 ms
By-pass
static and manual for maintenance
HT250
Number of battery cell (Pb)
HT300
HT400
240
Nominal battery voltage
530 V
Type
Sealed Lead Acid, Vented Lead Acid, Nickel Cadmium
120 A
Recharging voltage
140 A
140 A
variable according to the temperature (-0,5 Vx°C)
Ripple voltage
Output
HT400
±15% (selectable from ±10% to ±25% from front panel)
Nominal frequency
Max. recharge current (1)
HT300
400 V three-phase +N
Permitted voltage range
Batteries
HT400
400V three-phase ±20 %
<1%
HT250
HT300
HT400
Rated power (kVA)
250
300
400
Active power (kW) at cosϕ 0,8
200
240
320
Nominal voltage
380/400/415 V three-phase +N (selectable)
Voltage stability
Nominal current (A)
± 1% static, ± 5% dynamic
362
Frequency
Frequency stability
50 or 60 Hz
3:1
Overload (kVA)
System
Operating altitude without derating
Noise at 1 m
Operating temperature
Relative humidity
Standards
Back feed protection
Protection degree
Colour
579
± 0,05% in battery operation, ± 2% in synchronism with mains (± 5% selectable)
Crest factor (EN 60040-3)
AC-AC efficiency
434
110% for 60 ' , 125% for 10', 150% for 1'
HT250
HT300
HT400
93%
1000 m a.s.l.
70 dBA
0 ÷ 40 ° C
95% (non-condensing)
safety EN 62040-1, EMC IEC 62040-2 and EN 50091-2, Directives 73/23, 93/68, 89/336 EEC, EN 62040-3
standard
IP20
RAL 7035
(1) With approx. 80% load
52
Sentry HPS
Three-phase input
Three-phase output
Power
(kVA)
Model
Back-up
(min)
Dimensions
WxDxH (mm)
Weight
(kg)
250
HT250 12pulse
0
1630x850x1900
2068
250
HT250 12pulse with 11th harmonic filter
0
1630x850x1900
2163
300
HT300 12pulse
0
1630x850x1900
2175
300
HT300 12pulse with 11th harmonic filter
0
1630x850x1900
2270
400
HT400 12pulse
0
1630x1000x1900
2589
400
HT400 12pulse with 11th harmonic filter
0
1630x1000x1900
2752
53
Sentry HPS
Technical data
Three-phase input
Three-phase output
Input
HT500
HT600
Nominal voltage
Frequency
45 ÷ 65 Hz
Power factor
0,83 (0,9 with input filter)
Current harmonic distortion (THDi)
8 % (4 % with input filter)
Soft start
By-pass line
0-100% in 10 seconds
HT500
HT600
Nominal voltage
±15% (selectable from ±10% to ±25% from front panel)
Nominal frequency
50 or 60 Hz
Permitted frequency range
±2% (selectable from ±1% to ±5% from front panel)
Overload capacity
1000% for 100 ms
By-pass
static and manual for maintenance
HT500
HT600
Number of battery cell (Pb)
530 V
Type
Sealed Lead Acid, Vented Lead Acid, Nickel Cadmium
220
Recharging voltage
220
300
variable according to the temperature (-0,5 Vx°C)
Ripple voltage
Output
HT800
240
Nominal battery voltage
Max. recharge current (1) (A)
HT800
400V three-phase +N
Permitted voltage range
Batteries
HT800
400 V three-phase ±20 %
<1%
HT500
HT600
HT800
Nominal power
500
600
800
Active power (kW) at cosϕ 0,8
400
480
640
Nominal voltage
380-400-415 V three-phase +N (selectable)
Voltage stability
Nominal current (A)
± 1% static, ± 5% dynamic
724
869
Frequency
Frequency stability
50 or 60 Hz
± 0,05% in battery operation, ± 2% in synchronism with mains (± 5% selectable)
Crest factor (EN 60040-3)
3:1
Overload (kVA)
System
110 % for 60'', 125% for 10', 150% for 1'
HT500
HT600
AC-AC efficiency
Operating temperature
Relative humidity
Standards
Back feed protection
Protection degree
Colour
HT800
93%
Operating altitude without derating
Noise at 1 m depending on load and temperature
1159
1000 m a.s.l.
77 dBA
80 dBA
0 ÷ 40° C
95% (non-condensing)
safety EN 62040-1, EMC IEC 62040-2 and EN 50091-2, Directives 73/23, 93/68, 89/336 EEC, EN 62040-3
standard
IP20
RAL 7035
(1) With approx. 80% load.
54
Sentry HPS
Three-phase input
Three-phase output
Power
(kVA)
Model
Back-up
(min)
Dimensions
WxDxH (mm)
Weight
(kg)
500
HT500 12pulse
0
3200x1000x1900
3512
500
HT500 12pulse with 11th harmonic filter
0
3200x1000x1900
3575
600
HT600 12pulse
0
3200x1000x1900
4195
600
HT600 12pulse with 11th harmonic filter
0
3200x1000x1900
5245
800
HT800 12pulse
0
4400x1000x1900
5245
800
HT800 12pulse with 11 harmonic filter
0
4400x1000x1900
5408
th
55
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