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SONAES
CHARGER AND MONITORING UNIT - EN 54-4
Main characteristics
The SONEAS series of battery chargers (24 Vdc) are intended for a Voice Alarm System. The battery chargers are
microprocessor based devices that have been designed to charge lead-acid batteries (back-up batteries connected
to the Voice Alarm System) and, simultaneously, to provide power to auxiliary devices such as the DIVA8 and IDA8
system controllers
Soneas 6/40
•
2U-rack-frame charger
•
3 Auxilairy outputs, max. 5 Amp combined load
•
2 Main outputs, max. 40 Amp combined load
•
Battery capacity: 85 AH to 225 AH
The SONEAS battery chargers, which are fully compliant with EN54-4, offers a maximum charge current of 6 or 12 A.
The battery charger is two rack units high, and has to be installed in a 19” rack. Maximum battery capacity: 225 AH.
Overview
Soneas 12/150
•
2U-rack-frame charger
•
3 Auxilairy outputs, max. 5 Amp combined load
•
6 Main outputs, max. 20A mp/ch
•
Battery capacity: 85 AH to 225 AH
To find the right power back-up system for your needs, you will need to determine the exact conditions under which
you will be utilizing a back-up system. Determining the amount of battery back-up you need for a system is not as
simple as some other applications. Public address systems do not draw a constant current. The standard defines
a standby time and an evacuation time. In this case, it is important to pick a battery back-up that can supply the
minimum amount of power needed for a set amount of time. ATEIS can provide you with a battery calculator program
to determine the exact capacity.
Regular procedure as follows:
Certifications and Approvals
1. Determine the standby current of the system. This information is available in
Region
Certifications
Europe
CE
CE – 0333 (AFNOR)
2. Multiply the standby current by the standby time that the local standards call
Immunity
according to EN50103-4
for. Typically this is 24 hours.
PAVA
EN54-4 certified 2010
3. Compare this value to the 24 hour discharge capacity of the battery.
the voice alarm system manual.
4. Determine the evacuation current of the system. This information is available
in the voice alarm system manual.
Parts Included
5. Multiply the evacuation current by the time that the local standards call for.
Components
Typically this is one hour or 30 minutes.
1
SONEAS 6/40A or SONEAS 12/150A
6. Compare this value to the 30 minute or 60 minute hour discharge capacity
1
Power cord
of the battery.
1
Set of connectors
Quantities
Ordering Information
SONEAS 6/40
Installation/configuration Notes
SONEAS 12/150
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Technical Specifications
SONAES
Electrical
CHARGER AND MONITORING UNIT - EN 54-4
Mains power supply
Voltage
115 or 230 VAC ±15%, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption
380W at Full load
Rear layout of SONAES 12/150
Battery power supply
Voltage
24 VDC
Maximum charging current
Soneas 6/40
6 Amp
Soneas 12/150
12 Amp
Ouputs
Main for amplifiers
Soneas 6/40
2x 20 A
Soneas 12/150
6 x 40 A
Auxiallairy
for controllers
3x
Maximum current
5 Amp
Batteries
4x 12 VDC, 85 to 225AH
Brands
Yuasa NPL series
Powersonic GB series
ABT TM series
Enersys VE series
Effekta BTL series
Long GB series
A.
Main power socket
B.
Auxiliary output terminals
C.
Temperature sensor
D.
Main output terminals
E.
Output contacts
F.
Battery terminal
Installation Notes for SONAES 6/40
Mechanical
Dimensions (H x W X d)
19” rack use,
with brackets
44 x 483 x 310 mm
Weight
SONEAS 6/40
4.9 kg (10.8 lb)
SONEAS 12/150
6 kg (13 lb)
Mounting
19”-rackmount
Color
RAL7016
Operating temperature
-5 ºC to +45 ºC
Storage temperature
-25 ºC to +85 ºC
Relative humidity
20% to 95%
Air pressure
600 to 1100 h Pa
ATEÏS reserve the right to change specifications without notice
HELPROD.COM - Product pictures, Robert Peek Fotografie
Environmental
Ordering Information
SONEAS 6/40
SONEAS 12/150
www.ateis-europe.com
ATEÏS Europe BV - Sydneystraat 42 - 3047BP ROTTERDAM - NETHERLANDS
Phone +31 (0)10 2088690 - Fax +31 (0)10 2088699
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