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Overview
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Safety instructions
SITOP power supplies
Description, device design,
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dimension drawing
Engineering and remote
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Manual
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Troubleshooting
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Mounting/removing
Mounting position, mounting
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clearances
SITOP UPS1600 10 A
6EP4134-3AB00-0AY0
6EP4134-3AB00-1AY0
6EP4134-3AB00-2AY0
SITOP UPS1600 20 A
6EP4136-3AB00-0AY0
6EP4136-3AB00-1AY0
6EP4136-3AB00-2AY0
SITOP UPS1600 40 A
6EP4137-3AB00-0AY0
6EP4137-3AB00-1AY0
6EP4137-3AB00-2AY0
SITOP UPS1100
Battery module 1.2 Ah
6EP4131-0GB00-0AY0
Battery module 2.5 Ah
6EP4132-0GB00-0AY0
Battery module 3.2 Ah
6EP4133-0GB00-0AY0
Battery module 5 Ah
6EP4133-0JB00-0AY0
Battery module 7 Ah
6EP4134-0GB00-0AY0
Battery module 12 Ah
6EP4135-0GB00-0AY0
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Installation
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Technical data
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Safety, approvals, EMC
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Environmental conditions
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Environment
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Service & Support
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Overview
Description
The DC-UPS modules augment the SITOP 24 V power supply units for uninterruptible rated
currents up to 40 A from the UPS1100 battery modules based on maintenance-free lead or
LiFePo batteries. SITOP UPS1600 with its integrated electronics automatically detects the
battery type that it charges with the optimum temperature-controlled charging characteristic
curve. The intelligent battery management monitors all relevant data, also for parallelconnected battery modules. The Ethernet/PROFINET interface is used to output the battery
status and various actual values, such as voltage and current. Thanks to the integrated web
server, remote diagnosis is also possible.
The low profile SITOP UPS1600 DC-UPS module provides a dynamic overload behavior, for
example, to switch on industrial PCs. The high charging current quickly restores the buffer
readiness after a supply system failure. And for the deployment in stand-alone operation, the
UPS can be activated from the battery for missing supply system voltage, e.g. to start the
generators.
The key benefits of the product include:
● Compact SITOP UPS1600 24 V/10 A, 20 A and 40 A DC-UPS modules with digital
inputs/outputs, optional with USB or two Ethernet/PROFINET interfaces
● SITOP UPS1100 24 V/1.2 Ah, 2.5 Ah, 3.2 Ah, 7 Ah and 12 Ah battery modules with
maintenance-free lead-gel batteries or 5 Ah with LiFePo batteries and integrated
electronics; intelligent battery management with automatic detection of the battery
modules and selection of the optimum, temperature-controlled charging characteristic
curve; monitoring of the operating readiness, battery supply cable, aging and charging
state.
● All diagnostic data and alarm messages are available via USB and Ethernet/PROFINET
● High dynamic overload capability: 3-fold rated current for 30 ms and 1.5-fold rated current
for 5 seconds per minute
● High charging currents
● Start from battery modules for missing supply system voltage
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● Remote monitoring with integrated web server
● SITOP UPS Manager (free software download) supports the configuration and monitoring
for PC-based systems
● Complete integration in TIA: User-friendly engineering in the TIA Portal, S7 function
blocks for integration in user programs and WinCC faceplates
Ordering data
The following device options are available:
SITOP UPS1600 uninterruptible power supply
Type
Order number
Input 24 V DC
6EP4134-3AB00-0AY0
Output 24 V DC / 10 A
Input 24 V DC
6EP4134-3AB00-1AY0
Output 24 V DC / 10 A
With USB interface
Input 24 V DC
6EP4134-3AB00-2AY0
Output 24 V DC / 10 A
With PROFINET (PN) interface
Input 24 V DC
6EP4136-3AB00-0AY0
Output 24 V DC / 20 A
Input 24 V DC
6EP4136-3AB00-1AY0
Output 24 V DC / 20 A
With USB interface
Input 24 V DC
6EP4136-3AB00-2AY0
Output 24 V DC / 20 A
With PROFINET (PN) interface
Input 24 V DC,
6EP4137-3AB00-0AY0
Output 24 V DC / 40 A
Input 24 V DC,
6EP4137-3AB00-1AY0
Output 24 V DC / 40 A
With USB interface
Input 24 V DC,
6EP4137-3AB00-2AY0
Output 24 V DC / 40 A
With PROFINET (PN) interface
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SITOP UPS1100 battery module
Type
Order number
Battery module 1.2 Ah
6EP4131-0GB00-0AY0
Battery module 2.5 Ah
6EP4132-0GB00-0AY0
Battery module 3.2 Ah
6EP4133-0GB00-0AY0
Battery module 5 Ah
6EP4133-0JB00-0AY0
Battery module 7 Ah
6EP4134-0GB00-0AY0
Battery module 12 Ah
6EP4135-0GB00-0AY0
Accessories
Type
Order number
Device identification labels 20 mm × 7 mm, pastel 3RT1900-1SB20
turquoise
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Overview................................................................................................................................................. 3
1
Safety instructions ................................................................................................................................. 11
2
Description, device design, dimension drawing...................................................................................... 13
3
2.1
2.1.1
2.1.2
Device description...................................................................................................................13
SITOP UPS1600 .....................................................................................................................13
SITOP UPS1100 .....................................................................................................................16
2.2
2.2.1
2.2.1.1
2.2.1.2
2.2.1.3
2.2.1.4
2.2.2
2.2.2.1
Connections and terminal designation....................................................................................17
SITOP UPS1600 .....................................................................................................................17
Power terminals ......................................................................................................................17
Signal terminal ........................................................................................................................18
USB port .................................................................................................................................19
PROFINET/Ethernet connection .............................................................................................19
SITOP UPS1100 .....................................................................................................................21
Power terminals ......................................................................................................................21
2.3
2.3.1
2.3.1.1
2.3.1.2
2.3.1.3
2.3.2
2.3.2.1
Operator controls ....................................................................................................................22
SITOP UPS1600 .....................................................................................................................22
Rotary coding switch, switch-in threshold ...............................................................................22
Rotary coding switch, backup time .........................................................................................22
Jumper variants ......................................................................................................................23
SITOP UPS1100 .....................................................................................................................26
Buttons for battery replacement ..............................................................................................26
2.4
2.4.1
2.4.1.1
2.4.1.2
2.4.2
2.4.2.1
Operating displays and signaling ............................................................................................27
SITOP UPS1600 .....................................................................................................................27
LEDs .......................................................................................................................................27
Relay outputs ..........................................................................................................................30
SITOP UPS1100 .....................................................................................................................31
LEDs ....................................................................................................................................... 31
2.5
2.5.1
2.5.2
Block diagram .........................................................................................................................32
SITOP UPS1600 .....................................................................................................................32
SITOP UPS1100 .....................................................................................................................33
2.6
2.6.1
2.6.2
Dimensions and weight ...........................................................................................................34
SITOP UPS1600 .....................................................................................................................34
SITOP UPS1100 .....................................................................................................................36
Engineering and remote access ............................................................................................................ 41
3.1
General ...................................................................................................................................41
3.2
Overview of application examples ..........................................................................................42
3.3
3.3.1
3.3.2
3.3.3
SIMATIC STEP 7 in the TIA Portal .........................................................................................43
Introduction .............................................................................................................................43
Installing the Hardware Support Package (HSP) ...................................................................43
Installing the generic station description file (GSD) ................................................................45
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3.3.4
3.3.5
3.3.6
3.3.7
3.3.8
3.3.9
3.3.10
3.3.11
Inserting SITOP UPS1600 into a project ............................................................................... 45
Assigning the SITOP UPS1600 to a controller ...................................................................... 47
Assigning a battery module SITOP UPS1100 to the basic device SITOP UPS1600 ............ 48
Parameterizing the UPS1600 ................................................................................................ 51
Loading the configuration (commissioning) ........................................................................... 55
Diagnostics ............................................................................................................................. 60
Firmware update .................................................................................................................... 62
Restore factory settings ......................................................................................................... 65
3.4
3.4.1
3.4.2
3.4.3
3.4.4
3.4.4.1
3.4.4.2
3.4.5
3.4.6
3.4.7
3.4.8
SIMATIC STEP 7 ................................................................................................................... 66
Introduction ............................................................................................................................ 66
Installing the generic station description file (GSD) ............................................................... 66
Inserting SITOP UPS1600 into a project ............................................................................... 67
Parameter assignment ........................................................................................................... 70
Parameters of the basic device and battery module.............................................................. 70
Parameterizing SITOP UPS1600........................................................................................... 70
Loading the configuration to the SITOP UPS1600 (commissioning) ..................................... 75
Diagnostics ............................................................................................................................. 77
Firmware update .................................................................................................................... 78
Restore factory settings ......................................................................................................... 80
3.5
3.5.1
3.5.2
3.5.3
3.5.4
3.5.5
3.5.6
3.5.7
3.5.8
3.5.8.1
3.5.8.2
3.5.9
3.5.10
3.5.11
3.5.12
SITOP UPS Manager ............................................................................................................. 82
Functions of the SITOP UPS Manager .................................................................................. 82
OPC UA server ...................................................................................................................... 83
The user interface of the SITOP UPS Manager .................................................................... 91
Installation/uninstallation ........................................................................................................ 92
Options of establishing a connection to the SITOP UPS1600 ............................................... 94
Establishing a connection via Ethernet .................................................................................. 94
Establishing a connection via USB ........................................................................................ 99
Configuration in the SITOP UPS Manager .......................................................................... 100
General settings ................................................................................................................... 100
Configuring the SITOP UPS1600 ........................................................................................ 101
Behavior of the SITOP UPS Manager ................................................................................. 103
Display and visualization ...................................................................................................... 106
Determining the firmware version ........................................................................................ 110
Firmware update .................................................................................................................. 111
3.6
3.6.1
3.6.2
3.6.3
3.6.4
3.6.5
3.6.6
3.6.7
3.6.8
Web server ........................................................................................................................... 113
Accessing the web server .................................................................................................... 113
The web server user interface ............................................................................................. 114
Functions of the web server ................................................................................................. 115
View the data of the SITOP UPS1600 (basic device).......................................................... 115
Viewing the energy storage data ......................................................................................... 116
Alarm monitoring .................................................................................................................. 116
Determining the firmware version ........................................................................................ 118
Web server settings / user administration ............................................................................ 119
3.7
3.7.1
3.7.2
3.7.2.1
Cyclic and acyclic data ......................................................................................................... 122
Input and output data ........................................................................................................... 122
Reading and writing data sets.............................................................................................. 123
Data sets .............................................................................................................................. 124
Troubleshooting ...................................................................................................................................135
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Mounting/removing ............................................................................................................................. 139
5.1
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.1.3
SITOP UPS1600 ...................................................................................................................139
Signal connector ...................................................................................................................140
USB connector ......................................................................................................................140
PROFINET/Ethernet connector ............................................................................................141
5.2
SITOP UPS1100 ...................................................................................................................142
Mounting position, mounting clearances .............................................................................................. 145
6.1
6.1.1
6.1.2
SITOP UPS1600 ...................................................................................................................145
Standard mounting position ..................................................................................................145
Other mounting positions ......................................................................................................146
6.2
6.2.1
6.2.2
SITOP UPS1100 ...................................................................................................................147
Standard mounting position ..................................................................................................147
Other mounting positions ......................................................................................................147
6.3
Altitude derating ....................................................................................................................148
Installation .......................................................................................................................................... 149
7.1
Connecting the SITOP UPS1600 at its input ........................................................................150
7.2
Connecting the SITOP UPS1600 at its output ......................................................................151
7.3
Connecting the BAT SITOP UPS1600 .................................................................................151
7.4
USB interface ........................................................................................................................152
7.5
PROFINET/Ethernet connection ...........................................................................................152
7.6
SITOP UPS1100 connections ..............................................................................................152
7.7
7.7.1
7.7.2
Maintenance .........................................................................................................................153
Battery ...................................................................................................................................153
Battery replacement ..............................................................................................................153
Technical data .................................................................................................................................... 155
8.1
8.1.1
8.1.2
Input ......................................................................................................................................155
SITOP UPS1600 ...................................................................................................................155
SITOP UPS1100 ...................................................................................................................156
8.2
8.2.1
8.2.2
Output ...................................................................................................................................157
SITOP UPS1600 ...................................................................................................................157
SITOP UPS1100 ...................................................................................................................158
8.3
Backup times ........................................................................................................................158
8.4
Efficiency ...............................................................................................................................159
8.5
Protection and monitoring .....................................................................................................159
8.6
MTBF ....................................................................................................................................160
8.7
8.7.1
8.7.2
Mechanical system ...............................................................................................................160
SITOP UPS1600 ...................................................................................................................160
SITOP UPS1100 ...................................................................................................................162
8.8
Dimension drawing ...............................................................................................................164
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9.1
Safety ................................................................................................................................... 165
9.2
Test voltage.......................................................................................................................... 166
9.3
Approvals ............................................................................................................................. 167
9.4
EMC ..................................................................................................................................... 168
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Environmental conditions .....................................................................................................................169
11
Environment ........................................................................................................................................173
12
Service & Support ................................................................................................................................175
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WARNING
Correct handling of the devices
When operating electrical devices, it is inevitable that certain components will carry
dangerous voltages.
Therefore, failure to handle the units properly can result in death or serious physical injury
as well as extensive property damage.
Only appropriately qualified personnel may work on or in the vicinity of this equipment.
Perfect, safe, and reliable operation of this equipment is dependent on proper
transportation, storage, installation and mounting.
Before installation or maintenance work can begin, the system's main switch must be
switched off and measures taken to prevent it being switched on again.
If this instruction is not observed, touching live parts can result in death or serious injury.
Siemens provides products and solutions with industrial security functions that support the
secure operation of plants, solutions, machines, equipment and/or networks. They are
important components in a holistic industrial security concept. With this in mind, Siemens’
products and solutions undergo continuous development. Siemens recommends strongly
that you regularly check for product updates.
For the secure operation of Siemens products and solutions, it is necessary to take suitable
preventive action (e.g. cell protection concept) and integrate each component into a holistic,
state-of-the-art industrial security concept. Third-party products that may be in use should
also be considered. You can find more information about industrial security under:
http://www.siemens.com/industrialsecurity
To stay informed about product updates as they occur, sign up for a product-specific
newsletter. You can find additional information on this at:
http://support.automation.siemens.com.
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Description, device design, dimension drawing
2.1
Device description
2.1.1
SITOP UPS1600
2
The SITOP UPS1600 10 A, 20 A and 40 A are built-in devices of the SITOP series for
mounting on TH35-15/7.5 standard mounting rails (EN 60715). When installing the
SITOP UPS1600 devices and SITOP UPS1100 battery modules, the relevant DIN/VDE
regulations or country-specific regulations (e.g. VDE 0510 Teil 2 / EN 50272-2) must be
carefully complied with.
See Section Installation (Page 149)
In combination with the SITOP UPS1100 battery modules, they are used to buffer the load
current from the 24 V load power supplies of the SITOP series.
With their high dynamic overload capability up to the 300% rated current for 30 ms or up to
the 150% rated current for 5 seconds per minute, they are suitable for applications with
programmable logic controllers (PLCs) and industrial PCs, because they permit high switchon currents even in buffer operation.
The input of the SITOP UPS1600 DC-UPS module must be connected with the output of the
supplying 24 V DC power supply unit. The UPS1100 battery module is connected to the BAT
terminals. The loads to be buffered are supplied via the output of the SITOP UPS1600 DCUPS module with the voltage connected at the input.
The Energy Storage Link is new. This is an additional two-wire connection between the
SITOP UPS1600 base device and the coded SITOP UPS1100 battery modules.
Furthermore, the base device detects and manages as many as six battery modules and
selects the optimum, temperature-controlled charging characteristic curve. The latter
provides the basis for a long service life of the battery modules. The Energy Storage Link
also monitors the operational readiness as well as the supply cables (wire breakage) and the
charge state (voltage, current) of the rechargeable batteries.
The connection to the SITOP UPS1100 battery module is checked every 20 seconds (for
voltage, reverse polarity protection). A test with a defined load of the lead or LiFePo batteries
is also performed automatically every four hours (basic setting).
Battery modules of other type series and manufacturers can also be used, although with
limited diagnostic functions, such as the display of the charging current or the end-of-charge
voltage and without the possibility of temperature-controlled charging.
In the event of failure of the 24 V DC supply voltage or voltage dip below the set switch-in
threshold, the loads are supplied by switching over to the battery module. Buffering is
realized until the line supply returns or until the buffer time, set using the rotary coding
switch, has expired. If the buffer time has been set to MAX, then shutdown is realized when
the exhaustive discharge threshold is reached.
Using the output voltage interrupt function you can select as to whether the output voltage is
interrupted once the set buffer time expires if, in the meantime, the input voltage returns.
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(Delivery state: the output voltage is not interrupted). For devices without interface, the
interruption lasts 5 s. For devices with interface, the interruption duration can be adjusted.
For the "Maximum buffer time" setting, the output voltage is only interrupted by the UPS
Manager. In this case, the rotary coding switch "Connection threshold" must be set to REN.
Rotary switches can be used to set the battery module switch-in threshold and the buffer
time. The charging current for the battery modules is set automatically, and can be changed
using the interface (only for types -1AY0 and -2AY0), as well as via the signal connector.
Eight LEDs, two potential-free changeover contacts and one floating NO contact indicate the
SITOP UPS1600 status.
The USB interface (only -1AY0) or PROFINET/Ethernet interface (only -2AY0) handles the
communication to the PC/controllers.
For details, see Sections Connections and terminal designation (Page 17) and Operator
controls (Page 22).
Operating data and diagnostic data can be transferred using two integrated Industrial
Ethernet/PROFINET ports and visualized or further processed externally as an alternative to
the proven USB connection. An integrated web server allows authorized users to export
relevant data remotely via a web browser without requiring any additional software to be
installed on the remote system. When delivered, the web server is not active (applies from
version V2.1 and higher). Using the two rotary coding switches, the web server can be
activated, and a temporary Internet address assigned, see SITOP UPS1600 (Page 22).
The free-of-charge SITOP UPS Manager, which runs on Windows XP and Windows 7
systems (32 and 64 bit), allows full access. This allows the overall DC-UPS installation to be
configured and monitored easily using a PC. The software tool provides many possibilities
for the visualization of operating and diagnostic information, such as in the form of alarm lists
or easily understandable trend diagrams which, for example, provide a view of the
chronological change of the charging current or load current of the DC-UPS at a glance.
The SITOP UPS1600 is fully integrated in Totally Integrated Automation (TIA), the Siemens
open system architecture for integrated automation solutions. The engineering is performed
in the TIA Portal and reduces to just a few clicks for the user. The UPS modules can be
selected directly in the hardware catalog and transferred into the graphic network
representation.
For applications without network connection, the SITOP UPS1600 is available in the variants
with USB interface or digital inputs/outputs.
For stand-alone operation, the DC-UPS can be activated without input voltage from the
battery, for example, to start a generator via a directly supplied controller. (see Chapter
Jumper variants (Page 23))
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2.1 Device description
①
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
⑦
⑧
⑨
⑩
⑪
⑫
DC input X1
DC output X1
BAT X1
Signal connector X2
PROFINET (Ethernet) interface X3 (only for ... - 2AY0)
USB interface X3 (only for ... - 1AY0)
Rotary coding switch, switch-in threshold
Rotary coding switch, buffer time
Signaling (LEDs)
DIN rail slider
Convection
Clearance above/below
Image 2-1
SITOP UPS1600 design (example 6EP4136-3AB00-2AY0)
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2.1.2
SITOP UPS1100
The SITOP UPS1100 battery modules consist of a battery holder with two maintenance-free,
closed lead or LiFePO batteries with terminals for the connection cables to the
SITOP UPS1600 uninterruptible power supply. The UPS1100 contains a printed-circuit
board for monitoring the battery functions and the communication with the SITOP UPS1600.
A green LED lights continually to indicate that there is a communication connection to the
SITOP UPS1600. The LED flashes when the batteries are being replaced or for faults and
alarms.
Up to 6 SITOP UPS1100 of the same type can be connected in parallel with a
SITOP UPS1600.
When replacing a battery, see Chapter Battery replacement (Page 153).
①
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
⑦
DC input X1
Signal terminal X2
Fuses F1/F2 (F2 only for 7 Ah and 12 Ah)
Signaling (LED)
Mounting rail holder (not for the 7 Ah and 12 Ah versions)
Natural convection
Clearance above
Image 2-2
SITOP UPS1100 design (example 6EP4133-0GB00-0AY0)
Note
For the UPS1100, clearance is required above it in order to open the cover. Clearance below
is not required for thermal reasons - however, space is required to feed in the cable.
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2.2 Connections and terminal designation
2.2
Connections and terminal designation
2.2.1
SITOP UPS1600
2.2.1.1
Power terminals
The input terminals ① can be used to establish the connection to the supply voltage. The
output terminals ② are used to connect to the supplied loads.
Cables must be used that are suitable for at least 90° C (only when UL508 must be complied
with).
The UPS1100 battery modules are connected via BAT ③.
(see also Chapter Installation (Page 149))
Connections and terminal designations (see Image 2-1 SITOP UPS1600 design (example 6EP41363AB00-2AY0) (Page 15))
① DC input IN+, IN-
One screw terminal each
② DC output OUT+, OUT-
One screw terminal each
③ BAT+, BAT-
One screw terminal each
④ Signal connector
Connector with 14 screw terminals
⑤ PROFINET (Ethernet) connection
RJ45 plug-in contact (only for ...-2AY0)
⑥ USB connection
USB-B plug-in contact (only for...-1AY0)
Image 2-3
Terminal data SITOP UPS1600 10 A, 20 A
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Image 2-4
2.2.1.2
Pin
Terminal data SITOP UPS1600 40 A
Signal terminal
Image 2-5
Signal connector
Image 2-6
Signal connector connection schematic
Terminal designation
Function
1
BAT.
24 V DC OK / BAT
2
-
3
OK
REL1 (changeover contact):
Energized state: Normal operation
Quiescent state: Buffer mode or off
4
ALARM
Ready for buffer operation / alarm
5
-
6
RDY TO BUFFER
REL2 (changeover contact):
Energized state: Buffer mode is possible
Quiescent state: Not ready for buffering
Cycle 0.25 Hz: Defective battery
7
BAT. > 85 %
Battery > 85%
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Pin
Terminal designation
Function
8
-
REL3 (NO contact):
Energized state: Buffering of the selected buffer time is possible, or charge state
>85%
9
ON/OFF
On/Off (buffer operation permitted/prevented)
10
-
-
11
BAT. X2.1
Battery communication or charging current setting
12
BAT. X2.2
Battery supply or charging current setting
13
INTERRUPT
Interrupt (interruption of the output voltage)
14
START
Start from the battery
Relay contact: Maximum contact rating 30 V DC / 1 A or 125 V AC / 0.3 A
The jumper (4a) (see Image 2-5 Signal connector (Page 18)) between pin 9 and 10 is
necessary to operate the device in buffer mode.
Delivery state: Jumper between pin 9 and 10
2.2.1.3
USB port
Image 2-7
USB port
The USB interface (type B) ⑥ fully conforms to the USB 2.0 standard (12 MBd). Strain relief
(see Section USB connector (Page 140)) is implemented using a defined cable/connector
(Y-Con USB - Yamaichi).
2.2.1.4
PROFINET/Ethernet connection
Image 2-8
PROFINET/Ethernet connection
Ethernet interface ⑤ corresponds to the standard full duplex with up to 100 Mbit/s electrical
(100BASE-TX) according to IEEE 802.3..
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Properties of the Ethernet interface:
● Transfer rate 10/100 Mbit/s
● Two RJ45 sockets, i.e. integrated switch, for RJ45 connector
● Cable type 100Base-TX (CAT5)
● Auto negotiation
● Auto crossover communication via TCP/IP and PROFINET
The strain relief (see Section PROFINET/Ethernet connector (Page 141)) is implemented
using a Siemens IE FastConnect RJ45.
The physics of the Ethernet interface is implemented so that PROFINET IO according to
standards IEC 61158 and IEC 61784-2 is possible. For PROFINET, conformance class B
must be maintained as a minimum.
The Ethernet/PROFINET interface permits:
● Configuration and monitoring using the SITOP UPS Manager
● Monitoring via the Web server
● Integration and communication of the DC-UPS with other automation components from
Siemens and the open environment, e.g. IPC, PLC, HMI
● Firmware update of the device via UPS Manager, web server or STEP 7
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2.2.2
SITOP UPS1100
2.2.2.1
Power terminals
Input terminals ① and signal terminal ② can be used to establish the connection to
SITOP UPS1600. (also see Chapter Installation (Page 149)).
Connections and terminal designations (see Image 2-2 SITOP UPS1100 design (example 6EP41330GB00-0AY0) (Page 16))
① DC input +, -
One screw terminal each
② Signal terminal 1, 2
One screw terminal each
Image 2-9
Terminal data for 6EP4131-0GB00-0AY0, 6EP4132-0GB00-0AY0, 6EP4133-0GB00
and 6EP4133-0JB00-0AY0
Image 2-10
Terminal data for 6EP4134-0GB00-0AY0 and 6EP4135-0GB00-0AY0
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2.3
Operator controls
2.3.1
SITOP UPS1600
2.3.1.1
Rotary coding switch, switch-in threshold
The switch-in threshold can be set using the rotary coding switch ⑦ on the device front
between 21.0 V and 25.0 V (21 - 21.5 - 22 - 22.5 - 23 - 24 - 25 volt). The delivery state is
22.5 V
For devices with an interface (…-1AY0, …-2AY0), the coding switch has an additional REN
position. If this is selected, the software settings (for the switch-in threshold and the backup
time) apply rather than the hardware settings. In the switch position REN, the connection
X2.13 (INTERRUPT - reset after buffer operation) of the signal terminal (see Section Signal
terminal (Page 18)) has no effect.
Image 2-11
Rotary coding switch, switch-in threshold
Note
It is only permissible to operate the rotary switch using an insulated screwdriver.
For notes on actuating the rotary coding switch (screwdriver, torque), see Image 2-3
Terminal data SITOP UPS1600 10 A, 20 A (Page 17).
2.3.1.2
Rotary coding switch, backup time
The buffer time is set using the rotary coding switch ⑧ on the device front between 30
seconds and MAX in steps of 0.5 minute (30 s), 1 minute, 2 minutes, 5 minutes, 10 minutes,
20 minutes and MAX. The MAX setting means that buffering is realized for as long as
possible. The device only shuts down when the battery has discharged down to the stop
buffering voltage (factory setting, 18.5 V). Delivery state is MAX.
The rotary coding switch has an additional setting OFF (see following diagram). If this is
selected and the additional threshold rotary coding switch is not set to REN, then buffering is
deactivated.
If the buffer time is to be set using the software (only for devices with an interface (…-1AY0,
…-2AY0)) (possible setting range, see Section Parameterizing SITOP UPS1600 (Page 70)),
the rotary coding switch for the connection threshold (see Section Rotary coding switch,
switch-in threshold (Page 22)) must be set to REN.
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Image 2-12
Rotary coding switch, buffer time
Note
It is only permissible to operate the rotary switch using an insulated screwdriver.
For notes on actuating the rotary coding switch (screwdriver, torque), see Image 2-3
Terminal data SITOP UPS1600 10 A, 20 A (Page 17).
2.3.1.3
Jumper variants
On/Off (pin 9)
The wire jumper on the signal connector ④ between pin 9 and pin 10 (see Image 2-5 Signal
connector (Page 18)) is used to enable/disable the buffer mode.
Buffer operation is only possible if the ON/OFF wire jumper is connected. The ON/OFF wire
jumper has priority over the position of the switch-in threshold rotary coding switch. Delivery
state: Wire jumper is connected between pin 9 and 10
As a consequence, buffer operation can be enabled or prevented using a floating contact
(e.g. a contact in the plant or system). The contact is switched instead of the ON/OFF wire
jumper. (Note: The contact in the switched-on state must have a resistance of < 10 Ohm,
contact load must be a minimum of 15 V / 5 mA)
Note
The external circuit must meet the requirements relating to SELV circuits according to
EN60950-1.
Changes are also effective in the buffer mode.
Table 2- 1
With interface (up to firmware release less than V1.20)
Rotary coding
switch,
buffer time
Rotary coding
switch,
connection threshold
Wire jumper
ON/OFF with respect to -
Result
OFF
21 - 25
Yes
Buffering not permitted
0,5 - MAX
21 - 25
Yes
Buffer mode permitted
(buffer time corresponding
to the settings or maximum buffer time)
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Rotary coding
switch,
buffer time
Rotary coding
switch,
connection threshold
Wire jumper
ON/OFF with respect to -
OFF, 0,5 - MAX
21 - 25
No
OFF, 0,5 - MAX
REN
Not relevant
Table 2- 2
Result
Buffering not permitted
The software settings
apply
With interface (from firmware release V1.20 and higher)
Rotary coding
switch,
buffer time
Rotary coding
switch,
connection threshold
Wire jumper
ON/OFF with respect to -
OFF
21 - 25
Yes
Buffering not permitted
0,5 - MAX
21 - 25
Yes
Buffer mode permitted
(buffer time corresponding
to the settings or maximum buffer time)
OFF, 0,5 - MAX
21 - 25, REN
No
Buffering not permitted
OFF, 0,5 - MAX
REN
Yes
The software settings
apply
Table 2- 3
Result
With interface (from firmware release V2.1)
Rotary coding
switch
buffer time
Rotary coding
switch
switch-in threshold
Wire jumper
ON/OFF with respect to -
Result
OFF
21 - 25
Yes
Buffering permitted
0,5 - MAX
21 - 25
Yes
Buffer mode permitted
(buffer time corresponding
to the settings or maximum buffer time)
OFF,
0,5 - MAX
21 - 25 REN
No
Buffering not permitted
0,5 - MAX
REN
Yes
The software settings
apply
OFF
REN
Not relevant
The web server can be
activated, and a temporary
Internet address assigned
(precondition: IP address
is 0.0.0.0 (when delivered))
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Table 2- 4
Without interface
Rotary coding
switch,
buffer time
Rotary coding
switch,
connection threshold
Wire jumper ON/OFF with
respect to -
Result
OFF
21 - 25
Not relevant
0,5 - MAX
21 - 25
Yes
Buffering not permitted
Buffer mode permitted
(buffer time corresponding
to the settings or maximum buffer time)
0,5 - MAX
21 - 25
No
Buffering not permitted
Interruption of the output voltage (pin 13)
A wire jumper on the signal connector ④ between pin 13 and pin 10 is used to
enable/disable the interruption of the output voltage, after the set buffer time expires, for the
parameterized time (default value 5 seconds) when the line supply returns during the buffer
time. The default value can only be changed for devices with USB or Ethernet/PROFINET
interface.
To prevent data losses, PCs must be shut down in time before the buffer time ends. If the
input voltage returns after the shutdown has already started, the SITOP UPS1600 terminates
the buffer mode and transitions into normal operation. The PC will be shut down, however, it
is not switched off. PCs, which do not have an on/off switch, can only be rebooted by
switching off the power and switching on again. When the "Interrupt output voltage" jumper is
inserted, the UPS generates this pulse.
Start from the battery (pin 14)
The start from the battery is initiated by connecting pin 14 to pin 10. This jumper must not
provide a permanent connection, but must be controlled using a button. The input is
designed so that a single lamp with a permissible supply voltage of between 12 and 30 V
and 8 to 15 mA can be switched in series to the switching contact. If the button is actuated
when the input voltage is not available, and if buffering is permitted, then the UPS goes into
the buffer mode. The UPS1600 shuts down if, at the end of the selected buffer time, an input
voltage is still not available.
The SITOP UPS1600 starts in normal operation if the input voltage is available.
This can occur if the UPS was remotely shut down via the interface.
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Charge current setting (pin 10 / 11 / 12)
For uncoded batteries, the size of the charge current can be changed by placing jumpers
between terminals X2.10 (-) and X2.11 or X2.12. These settings are only effective if the
"Connection threshold" rotary coding switch is not set to REN.
Table 2- 5
Charge current
SITOP UPS1600
10 A
SITOP UPS1600
20 A and 40 A
Terminal X2.11
Terminal X2.12
0.3 A
0.8 A
open
open
0.8 A
1.75 A
open
connected with X2.10
Max.
Max.
connected with X2.10
open
Remark
The charge current can be automatically reduced if the charge current plus the load current
at the UPS1600 results in an overload of the feeding power supply. The charge current can
also be reduced if the ambient temperature of the UPS1600 is higher than 40 °C - or if the
input voltage at the UPS1600 is less than 24 V.
Derating:
10 A: 3 A-->2 A
20 A: 4 A-->3 A
40 A: 5 A-->3 A
2.3.2
SITOP UPS1100
2.3.2.1
Buttons for battery replacement
For the SITOP UPS1100, below the cover there is a button ⑧ for battery replacement.
Battery change, see Battery replacement (Page 153)
Image 2-13
Buttons for battery replacement
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2.4
Operating displays and signaling
2.4.1
SITOP UPS1600
2.4.1.1
LEDs
6EP4134-3AB00- ...
6EP4136-3AB00- ...
6EP4137-3AB00- ...
Status display
•
LED 1: Operating mode DC-UPS
LED 2: Charge state
LED 3: Buffer readiness
LED 4: Battery test
LED 5: for PROFINET-specific diagnostic displays
LED 6: for PROFINET-specific diagnostic displays
LED 7: Connection status Ethernet port 1
LED 8: Connection status Ethernet port 2
Remark
LEDs 7 and 8 are only active for... -2AY0
LEDs
Labeling, just the same as at the housing
Description
LED 1
O.K./BAT.
Operating mode DC-UPS
LED 2
BAT. > 85 %
Charge state
LED 3
ALARM
Ready for buffering
LED 4
BAT. FAULT
Battery test
LED 5
SF
for PROFINET-specific diagnostic displays
LED 6
RUN
for PROFINET-specific diagnostic displays
LED 7
P2
Connection status Ethernet port 1
LED 8
P1
Connection status Ethernet port 2
Image 2-14
Operating displays
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Legend:
LED off
LED lights up
0.5/3
LED flashes in the interval: 0.5 s on - 3 s off
LED 1 (O.K./BAT)
Signaling
6EP4134-3AB00- ...
6EP4136-3AB00- ...
6EP4137-3AB00- ...
Off
DC-UPS off
Red
DC-UPS defect (severe hardware fault)
Flashing red (0.5/0.5)
Firmware update
Flashing red (1/1)
Software corrupted
Flashing yellow
(0.5/0.5)
Critical temperature reached, overtemperature or overvoltage at the input.
Flashing yellow (0.5/3)
Buffer mode, output off
Yellow
Buffer mode, output on
Flashing green (0.5/3)
DC-UPS OK, output off
Green
DC-UPS OK, output on
LED 2 (BAT>85 %)
Signaling
6EP4134-3AB00- ...
6EP4136-3AB00- ...
6EP4137-3AB00- ...
Flashing green
(0.5/0.5)
Firmware update
Off
Battery charge state <85 %
Green
Battery charge state >85 %
LED 3 (alarm)
Signaling
6EP4134-3AB00- ...
6EP4136-3AB00- ...
6EP4137-3AB00- ...
Red
Output off for 45 seconds because of overcurrent, overtemperature or buffer operation not
possible
Off
Buffer operation possible
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LED 4 (battery/BAT.Fault)
Signaling
6EP4134-3AB00- ...
6EP4136-3AB00- ...
6EP4137-3AB00- ...
Off
Battery O.K. or uncoded battery modules connected or buffer time rotary coding switch at
position MAX
Flashing yellow
(0.5/0.5)
Battery outside the permitted temperature range
Red
Battery defective
Yellow
Selected buffer time cannot be attained
LED 5 and LED 6 (PROFINET LEDs)
Signaling
6EP4134-3AB00-2AY0
6EP4136-3AB00-2AY0
6EP4137-3AB00-2AY0
LED 5 (SF)
LED 6 (RUN)
Off
Off
No connection to a PROFINET IO controller
Off
Flashing green
(0.5/0.5)
Configuration by the PROFINET IO controller
Off
Green
Application started successfully, module O.K.
Red
Green
Application started successfully, module not O.K.
Flashing red (0,1/0,1)
Green
Application in progress, diagnosis can be called
Flashing red (0.5/0.5)
Flashing green
(0.5/0.5)
Self-test running (flashing alternately every 3 s)
Flashing red (0.5/0.5)
Off
DCP requires device identification (LED flashes for
3 seconds)
Flashing red (0.5/0.5)
Flashing green
(0.5/0.5)
Firmware update
LEDs 5 and 6 are active only for ... -2AY0.
LED 7 (Ethernet LED / P2)
Signaling
6EP4134-3AB00-2AY0
6EP4136-3AB00-2AY0
6EP4137-3AB00-2AY0
Off
Device not connected with controller
Green
Device connected with controller, no activity
Green/orange alternately
Device connected with controller, send/receive data (RX/TX)
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LED 7 is active only for ... -2AY0
LED 8 (Ethernet LED / P1)
Signaling
6EP4134-3AB00-2AY0
6EP4136-3AB00-2AY0
6EP4137-3AB00-2AY0
Off
Device not connected with controller
Green
Device connected with controller, no activity
Green/orange alternately
Device connected with controller, send/receive data (RX/TX)
LED 8 is active only for ... -2AY0
2.4.1.2
Relay outputs
Image 2-15
Signal connector connection schematic
REL1 (changeover contact):
Energized state: Normal operation (X2.2 - X2.3)
Deenergized state: Buffer mode or off
REL2 (changeover contact):
Energized state: Buffer operation is possible (X2.5 - X2.6)
Deenergized state: Not ready for buffering
Cycle 0.25 Hz: Battery defective or set buffer time is not reached.
REL3 (NO contact):
Energized state: Buffering of the selected buffer time is possible, or charge state > 85 %.
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2.4.2
SITOP UPS1100
2.4.2.1
LEDs
6EP4131-0GB00-0AY0 (1.2 Ah)
6EP4132-0GB00-0AY0 (2.5 Ah)
6EP4133-0GB00-0AY0 (3.2 Ah)
6EP4133-0JB00-0AY0 (5 Ah)
6EP4134-0GB00-0AY0 (7 Ah)
6EP4135-0GB00-0AY0 (12 Ah)
Status display
LED battery
Image 2-16
Table 2- 6
6EP4131-0GB00-0AY0 example
LED ④ battery
Signaling
6EP4131-0GB00-0AY0 (1.2 Ah)
6EP4132-0GB00-0AY0 (2.5 Ah)
6EP4133-0GB00-0AY0 (3.2 Ah)
6EP4133-0JB00-0AY0 (5 Ah)
6EP4134-0GB00-0AY0 (7 Ah)
6EP4135-0GB00-0AY0 (12 Ah)
Flashing green
(0.5/0.5)
Error or alarm, battery replacement initiated
Off
Battery off, no communication
Green
Battery OK
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2.5 Block diagram
2.5
Block diagram
2.5.1
SITOP UPS1600
Image 2-17
Block diagram SITOP UPS1600
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2.5.2
SITOP UPS1100
Image 2-18
Block diagram SITOP UPS1100
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2.6
Dimensions and weight
2.6.1
SITOP UPS1600
Image 2-19
6EP4134-3AB00-0AY0, 6EP4134-3AB00-1AY0, 6EP4136-3AB00-0AY0,6EP41363AB00-1AY0 dimensioned drawing
Image 2-20
6EP4134-3AB00-2AY0, 6EP4136-3AB00-2AY0 dimensioned drawing
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Image 2-21
Dimension drawing 6EP4137-3AB00-0AY0, 6EP4137-3AB00-1AY0
Image 2-22
Dimension drawing 6EP4137-3AB00-2AY0
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6EP4134-3AB00-0AY0
6EP4134-3AB00-1AY0
6EP4134-3AB00-2AY0
Dimensions (W × H × D) in
mm
50 × 138.7 × 125
50 × 138.7 × 125
50 × 138.7 × 125
Weight
Approx. 0.38 kg
Approx. 0.4 kg
Approx. 0.45 kg
6EP4136-3AB00-0AY0
6EP4136-3AB00-1AY0
6EP4136-3AB00-2AY0
Dimensions (W × H × D) in
mm
50 × 138.7 × 125
50 × 138.7 × 125
50 × 138.7 × 125
Weight
Approx. 0.39 kg
Approx. 0.41 kg
Approx. 0.45 kg
6EP4137-3AB00-0AY0
6EP4137-3AB00-1AY0
6EP4137-3AB00-2AY0
Dimensions (W × H × D) in
mm
70 × 138.7 × 150
70 × 138.7 × 150
70 × 138.7 × 150
Weight
Approx. 0.65 kg
Approx. 0.65 kg
Approx. 0.7 kg
2.6.2
Image 2-23
SITOP UPS1100
6EP4131-0GB00-0AY0 dimensioned drawing
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Image 2-24
Dimension drawing 6EP4132-0GB00-0AY0
Image 2-25
6EP4133-0GB00-0AY0 dimensioned drawing
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Image 2-26
Dimension drawing 6EP4133-0JB00-0AY0
Image 2-27
6EP4134-0GB00-0AY0 dimensioned drawing
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Image 2-28
Dimension drawing 6EP4135-0GB00-0AY0
6EP4131-0GB00-0AY0
(1.2 Ah)
6EP4132-0GB00-0AY0
(2.5 Ah)
6EP4133-0GB00-0AY0
(3.2 Ah)
Dimensions (W × H × D) in
mm
89 × 130.3 × 106.7
265 × 115 × 76
190 × 169.3 × 78.7
Weight
Approx. 1.9 kg
Approx. 3.7 kg
Approx. 3.8 kg
6EP4133-0JB00-0AY0
(5 Ah)
6EP4134-0GB00-0AY0
(7 Ah)
6EP4135-0GB00-0AY0
(12 Ah)
Dimensions (W × H × D) in
mm
189 × 185.5 × 112.7
186 × 186 × 110.3
253 × 186 × 110
Weight
Approx. 3.4 kg
Approx. 6.1 kg
Approx. 9.8 kg
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3.1
3
General
This section describes the software tools offered by Siemens that are compatible with
SITOP UPS1600 . The software tools are introduced with their functions, the associated
requirements and the operation. The software products are:
● SIMATIC STEP 7 in the TIA Portal
● SIMATIC STEP 7
● SITOP UPS Manager
● Web server
Functions of the individual software products
● SIMATIC STEP 7 in the TIA Portal
The SITOP UPS1600 can be used with STEP 7 in the TIA portal 12 with service pack 1
(SP1).
From SW version V2.1, STEP 7 can be used in the TIA Portal from Version 13.
After SITOP UPS1600 has been saved in the hardware catalog of STEP 7 in the TIA
Portal it can be integrated in the project, parameterized and diagnosed.
● SIMATIC STEP 7
SITOP UPS1600 can be used with STEP 7 from Version 5.4.
After SITOP UPS1600 has been integrated in the hardware catalog of STEP 7 it can be
integrated in projects, parameterized and diagnosed.
● SITOP UPS Manager
Using the SITOP UPS Manager , the SITOP UPS1600 can be parameterized. In addition,
the protection of individual computers or computer networks can be determined by
shutdown conditions after the failure of the supply voltage.
● Web server
The web server is used to monitor the SITOP UPS1600. It operates independently of the
UPS Manager and the PROFINET access.
Note
SIMATIC STEP 7 and the SITOP UPS Manager cannot simultaneously access the
SITOP UPS1600.
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3.2 Overview of application examples
3.2
Overview of application examples
At our support web site you can find the following application example to parameterize the
SITOP UPS1600 uninterruptible power supply:
● "SITOP UPS1600: Graphic blocks and STEP 7 communication blocks" to integrate
SITOP UPS1600 into an automation system :
(https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/view/78817848)
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3.3 SIMATIC STEP 7 in the TIA Portal
3.3
SIMATIC STEP 7 in the TIA Portal
3.3.1
Introduction
The uninterruptible power supply SITOP UPS1600 can be used with SIMATIC STEP 7 in the
TIA Portal from Version 12 with service pack 1 (SP1). From SW version V2.1, STEP 7 can
be used in the TIA Portal from Version 13.
In SIMATIC STEP 7 in the TIA Portal , the basic device SITOP UPS1600 and its battery
modules SITOP UPS1100 can be integrated in projects, parameterized and diagnosed.
Note
In order to use SITOP UPS1600 with SIMATIC STEP 7 in the TIA Portal, then you must
install the corresponding Hardware Support Package (HSP) or the corresponding generic
station description file (GSD). Using UPS1600 with HSP is only possible from TIA Version
V13. In TIA Version V12, only using GSD.
You can find additional information at Installing the Hardware Support Package (HSP)
(Page 43) or Installing the generic station description file (GSD) (Page 45).
Note
TIA and SITOP UPS Manager cannot simultaneously access SITOP UPS1600. The service
of the SITOP UPS Managers may not run while the system is accessed via TIA.
3.3.2
Installing the Hardware Support Package (HSP)
To use SITOP UPS1600, you must install the corresponding Hardware Support Package
(HSP) in the TIA Portal . This HSP is available at our SITOP-homepage
(http://www.siemens.com/sitop-ups1600) or directly under
(https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/view/75854606).
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Procedure
To install the Hardware Support Package, proceed as follows:
1. Start STEP 7 in the TIA Portal.
2. In the "Options" menu, click on "Support Packages".
Dialog "Detailed information" opens.
All Support Packages from the directory that you specified as storage location for Support
Packages in the settings are listed in a table.
3. You have the following possibilities to install the Hardware Support Package:
– If the Support Package is already present on your computer or on the supplied DVD,
you can add it to the list from the "Add from the file system".
– If you want to add a Support Package from the "Service & Support" page in the
Internet, download it with "Load from the Internet".
You can then add it to the file system.
4. Select the support package that you want to install.
5. Click on "Install", and follow the instructions of the installation program. During the
installation you will be prompted to close all TIA Portal instances.
6. Close all TIA Portal instances and click on "Continue".
7. After the Support Package has been installed, the TIA Portal is reinitialized by clicking on
"Restart".
The installed devices are imported into the module catalog and can then be integrated in
the project.
You can find the SITOP UPS1600 in the hardware catalog under "Power Supplies\SITOP
UPS\UPS1600".
Note
You can find additional information on installing hardware support packages in the manual of
your STEP 7 software.
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3.3.3
Installing the generic station description file (GSD)
As an alternative to installing the hardware support package (HSP), in the TIA Portal you can
also install the generic station description file (GSD) in order to be able to use the UPS1600.
The GSD is available at our SITOP-homepage (http://www.siemens.com/sitop-ups1600) or
directly at (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/view/75854605).
Preconditions
● You know where the GSD file is saved.
Procedure
To install the generic station description file, proceed as follows:
1. Download the GSD file from the Internet.
2. Start STEP 7.
3. In the project view, click in the menu "Options" on "Install general station description file
(GSD)" or "Manage general station description file (GSD)".
The "Manage general station description file (GSD)" dialog is opened.
4. Select the source path under which you locally saved the GSD file that you downloaded.
5. Select the GSD file.
6. Click on "Install", and follow the instructions of the installation program.
The installed devices are imported into the module catalog and can then be integrated in the
project. You can find the UPS1600 in the hardware catalog at "Other field
devices\PROFINET IO\I/O\Siemens AG\UPS1600".
3.3.4
Inserting SITOP UPS1600 into a project
To be able to use the SITOP UPS1600, you must assign it as IO device to an IO controller
(SIMATIC S7 control). Further, SITOP UPS1600 can be equipped in the project with one or
several SITOP UPS1100 battery modules.
The main views used to configure the SITOP UPS1600 are the Network view and the Device
view.
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Note
Additional information on the Network view and Device view, as well as the Topology view is
available in the manual for your STEP 7 software.
Preconditions
● The hardware support package or the general station description file of the
SITOP UPS1600 has been installed.
● STEP 7 in the TIA Portal has been opened, and a project with an IO controller (SIMATIC
S7 control) has been created.
Inserting SITOP UPS1600 from the hardware catalog
1. Open the network view.
2. Open the "Hardware catalog" task card.
3. If you use the SITOP UPS1600 with the hardware support package:
In the "Catalog" palette navigate to SITOP UPS1600 under Power Supplies\SITOP
UPS\UPS1600.
4. If you use the SITOP UPS1600 with the general station description file:
In the "Catalog" palette, navigate to the SITOP UPS1600 under "Other
devices\PROFINET IO\I/O\Siemens AG\UPS1600".
5. Select the required SITOP UPS1600 using a mouse click.
In the "Information" area you can see information about the selected SITOP UPS1600,
and if necessary change the preselected version.
6. Drag the SITOP UPS1600 and drop it into the Network view.
Alternatively, you can add the module to the Network view by double-clicking on the entry
in the hardware catalog.
You have now inserted the SITOP UPS1600 into the project. The rectangle displayed in
the network view symbolizes the SITOP UPS1600.
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3.3.5
Assigning the SITOP UPS1600 to a controller
To be able to use the SITOP UPS1600 you must assign an IO controller as IO device.
1. Click in the network view on the blue lettering "Not assigned" at the left next to the symbol
of the SITOP UPS1600.
A menu opens with the available controllers.
2. Select a controller in the menu.
3. Select the connection between the controller and SITOP UPS1600.
4. Make the required settings in the "Network data".
5. Double-click on SITOP UPS1600 to display it in the device view.
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6. Select the PROFINET-interface.
7. Under "Ethernet addresses" in the inspector window enter the IP address of the
SITOP UPS1600, which was already assigned in theTIA Portal.
You have assigned a controller to the SITOP UPS1600.
3.3.6
Assigning a battery module SITOP UPS1100 to the basic device SITOP
UPS1600
The basic functions of the uninterruptible power supply are available with all of the battery
modules that are compatible with the SITOP UPS1600. The SITOP UPS100 5 Ah LiFePo
battery is first supported by the UPS1600 with SW version V2.1.
Additional functions are available with the SITOP UPS1100 battery module:
● Automatic detection of the battery module rated values
● Automatic management of up to six battery modules
● Temperature-controlled charging
● Battery fast test
● Diagnostics using the SITOP UPS Manager and the web server
Using an example, in the following steps, it is shown how the SITOP UPS1600 is assigned a
SITOP UPS1100 battery module.
Note
Only SITOP UPS1100 battery modules of the same type can be inserted into the slots of a
SITOP UPS1600.
The number of battery modules that can be configured is limited to six. The description is
only applicable to devices that were linked to via the HSP.
Preconditions
● STEP 7 in the TIA Portal has been opened and a project has been created.
● A SITOP UPS1600 has been integrated in the project.
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Procedure
The procedure is only applicable for devices integrated via HSP.
For GSD devices, values can be manually specified for a (third-party) battery module;
however, it is not necessary to add a battery module to the configuration.
1. In the device view, select the SITOP UPS1600 basic device.
2. In the Hardware catalog , navigate to the SITOP UPS1100 battery module under Power
Supplies\SITOP UPS\UPS1100.
3. Select the required battery module in the hardware catalog.
In the "Information" area you can see information about the expansion module, and when
necessary you can change the preselected (default) version.
4. Drag the battery module and drop it into the Device view.
Alternatively, the battery module can be added by double-clicking on the entry in the
hardware catalog.
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5. Drag the battery module and drop at the first free slot to the right next to the
SITOP UPS1600.
The battery module is inserted at the selected slot.
6. Save the hardware configuration.
You have assigned a battery module to the basic device SITOP UPS1600.
How you change the number and type of SITOP UPS1100 battery modules used is
described under Parameterizing UPS1600 with STEP 7 in the TIA Portal (Page 51).
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3.3.7
Parameterizing the UPS1600
The adjustable parameters of the SITOP UPS1600 can be found in STEP 7 in the TIA Portal
in the inspector window under Properties when the appropriate device was selected.
For parameterization, in the area navigation, the settings under "Base Unit", "Energy
storage" and "Webserver" are relevant.
Navigation area
Description
Base Unit
Buffering
All parameters, which involve the behavior of SITOP UPS1600 when
buffering
Signaling
Setting of the alarm signaling and the wait time for stable input voltage.
Energy storage
–
Parameters for the battery modules used
Web server
General information
Define as to whether the SITOP UPS1600 may be accessed via web
server (yes / no)
Activate web server on this module Automatic logoff / Active access only
via HTTPS
Automatic update
Activate automatic update / Activation interval
A detailed description of the individual parameters of the subgroups is contained in the
associated section under Parameterizing the UPS in STEP 7 in the TIA Portal (Page 51).
The procedure is the same for all parameters. This section describes the general procedure
to reach the configuration dialog, using as example the parameters for buffering. The
individual parameters and their possible values are described in the following subsections.
Each parameter has a start value. A click on "Reset to initial values" resets all parameters of
a subgroup to the associated start value.
Preconditions
● The SITOP UPS1600 was integrated in the opened project.
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Proceed as follows
1. Select the SITOP UPS1600 in the Device view.
2. In the Inspector window, select "Properties " > "General > Device configuration".
Entries for parameterization are provided in the navigation area.
"Buffering" parameters
Parameter
Value range
Initial value
Buffering allowed
Yes / No
Yes
Connection threshold
21 - 25 V
22.5 V
Buffer time
1 - 32767 s
60 s
Maximum buffer time 1)
Yes / No
No
Additional buffer time after PC shutdown.
1 - 300 s
10 s
Expected buffer current
0 - 40 A
0A
Stop buffering voltage
18 - 23 V
18.5 V
Enable reset
Yes / No
No
Reset time
1 - 120 s
5s
Battery test interval 2)
1 - 65535 h
4h
1)
1)
Parameter only available from SW version V2.0 and higher
2)
Parameter only available from SW version V2.1 and higher
● Buffering permitted
When the connection threshold is fallen below, selects whether the system is buffered or
the output is shut down.
● Switch-in threshold
Setting the switch-in threshold.
● Buffer time
Length of time during which the system should be buffered by the SITOP UPS1600.
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● Maximum buffer time
The setting means that buffering is realized for as long as possible. The device only shuts
down when the battery has discharged down to the defined stop buffering voltage. The
value entered for the "Buffer time" parameter is not relevant in this case.
● Additional buffer time after PC shutdown
Time during which the system should be buffered by the SITOP UPS1600 after the PC
was shut down.
● Expected buffer current
Load current, which is expected at the device output during buffer operation. If a value of
0 A is entered, then for this parameter, the average value of the actual load current
measured at the output over the last 10 min is assumed. The value of this parameter is
used when calculating the remaining buffer time. The entered value may not exceed the
rated device current.
● Stop buffering voltage
The voltage at which battery discharge is terminated. The stop buffering voltage defined
for this type is always used for a coded battery (UPS1100).
● Enable reset
If the value is set to "Yes" then the output voltage is interrupted after the selected buffer
time expires if, in the meantime, the input voltage returns. This option is useful, when, for
example, computer networks are protected by the UPS that can be activated by a reset
when the power supply is restored. For buffer time "MAX", the output voltage is not
interrupted.
● Reset time
Here, you define the interrupt duration.
"Signaling" parameter
Parameter
Value range
Default setting
Downtime alarm
0 - 20,000 ms
125 ms
Wait time for stable input voltage
0.2 - 65 s
0.5 s
● Downtime alarm
The time in which no alarm is issued to the system although it is buffered.
● Wait time for a stable input voltage
Time where the input voltage must continually lie above the connection threshold so that
buffering is exited and a transition is made into normal operation.
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"Energy storage" parameter
The "energy storage" has two different areas that depend on the battery type being used.
First select whether you are using a SITOP UPS1100 battery module or some other energy
storage device.
Possible parameters when using a SITOP UPS1100 battery module
Parameter
Value range
Module
Drop-down menu with the SITOP UPS1100 battery modules saved by the HSP
Number of modules
0-6
Total capacity
0 - 42 Ah
● Module
Type of SITOP UPS1100 battery module.
● Number of modules
Number of the installed modules.
● Total capacity
Total capacity of the installed battery modules.
Possible parameters for the deployment of a different battery module
Parameter
Value range
Default setting
Total capacity
0.1 - 3,200 Ah
10 Ah
End-of-charge voltage
24 - 30 V
26 V
Charge current
0.001 - 4 A
0.8 A
Faulty battery voltage
1 - 18 V
6V
● Total capacity
Total capacity of the installed batteries.
● End of charge voltage
Maximum voltage up to which the battery may be charged.
● Charge current
The battery is not charged with more than the selected charge current. The
manufacturer's details for the permitted battery charge current must be observed.
Further, the following, device-dependent values apply:
– SITOP UPS1600 10 A: Maximum permissible charge current 3,000 mA
Derating for Tu > 40 °C or Uin < 24 V: 2,000 mA
– SITOP UPS1600 20 A: Maximum permissible charge current 4,000 mA
Derating for Tu > 40 °C or Uin < 24 V: 3,000 mA
– SITOP UPS1600 40 A: Maximum permissible charge current 5,000 mA
Derating for Tu > 40 °C or Uin < 24 V: 3,000 mA
Faulty battery voltage
If the battery voltage undershoots this value, it is considered as being faulty by the
SITOP UPS1600 and is not charged.
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"Web server" parameters
Parameter
Value range
Default setting
Activate web server on this module
Yes / No
Yes (up to V2.0)
No (from V2.1)
Permit access only with HTTPS
Yes / No
Yes
Log off automatically after 15 minutes
Yes / No
No
Update interval
0 / 5 s / 10 s / 20 s / 30 s / 60 s
10 s
Set here whether access to the UPS via web server is permitted.
● Activate web server on this module
Define whether this device can be accessed via the web server.
● Permit access only with HTTPS
Define whether access is only permissible via HTTPS.
● Download certificate
By pressing the "Download certificate" button, you can download the certificate for
encrypted connection via HTTPS.
● Log off automatically after 15 minutes
You define whether a user should be automatically logged off after closing the web
server.
● Update interval
You define in which intervals the actual values are sent to the web server.
3.3.8
Loading the configuration (commissioning)
In the delivered state, the SITOP UPS1600 has not yet been assigned an IP address and the
DHCP protocol is deactivated.
When the SITOP UPS1600 is first connected with a controller (SIMATIC S7- control system),
it must be assigned a device name and an IP address by the controller. A new configuration
can be loaded to the device using STEP 7 in the TIA Portal .
Identifying a SITOP UPS1600 in the network
From the STEP 7 in the TIA Portal , you can get the LED "SF" at the SITOP UPS1600 to
flash. This means that you can clearly identify a module in the network, e.g. if several
SITOP UPS1600 are installed in the network.
Preconditions
● The SITOP UPS1600 has been correctly connected and linked with the network.
● PG/PC with STEP 7 in the TIA Portal is connected with the network.
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Proceed as follows
1. Open the "Online > Accessible nodes" menu.
2. As type of PG/PC interface, select "PN/IE".
3. Select the PG/PC interface connected with the system.
4. Select the connection with the subnet, in which the SITOP UPS1600 is located.
All of the available SITOP UPS1600 devices in the selected subnet are displayed.
5. Select the required SITOP UPS1600.
6. Activate the "Flash LED" checkbox.
7. Check at which SITOP UPS1600 in the network the "SF" LED flashes.
By checking the flashing LEDs, you can uniquely identify all SITOP UPS1600 in a network.
Note the device name and the IP address of the required SITOP UPS1600 in order to load a
configuration.
Changing the device name of the SITOP UPS1600
1. In STEP 7 , in the tabular area of the Network view, select the "Network overview" table.
2. Overwrite the name in the "Device" column in the row of the PROFINET device involved.
You have changed the name of the SITOP UPS1600 device.
The name is adapted in the graphical area of the network view.
Changing the PROFINET device name of the SITOP UPS1600 via the properties of the PROFINET
interface
You can change the PROFINET device name using the properties of the PROFINET
interface.
1. In the Network or Device of view of the hardware and network editor from STEP 7, select
the PROFINET interface of a PROFINET device.
2. In the Inspector window navigate to "Ethernet addresses" in the "PROFINET" area.
3. Deactivate the "Generate automatically the PROFINET device name" checkbox.
4. Enter the new PROFINET device name in the appropriate field.
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Changing the IP address of a SITOP UPS1600
1. In the Network or Device view of the hardware and network editor from STEP 7 in the TIA
Portal , select PROFINET interface of a PROFINET device.
2. In the Inspector window navigate to "Ethernet addresses" in the "IP protocol" area.
3. Check whether the "Set IP address in the project" option is activated.
4. Enter the new IP address in the appropriate field.
Loading the configuration to the SITOP UPS1600
To commission the UPS, you must load the project data that you created offline into the
connected SITOP UPS1600. This project data results from the configuration of the hardware,
networks and connections in STEP 7.
Initially, the complete project data is loaded. Only the changes are loaded for subsequent
load actions.
Preconditions
● The project data is consistent.
● The device name must be identical offline and online.
● The SITOP UPS1600 is accessible online.
● The SITOP UPS1600 is located in the PROFINET IO system of an IO controller.
● The PG/PC is connected to the same network to which the SITOP UPS1600 and the
controller are connected. The interface of the PG/PC must be set to TCP/IP.
Note
Ensure that the article number of the SITOP UPS1600 configured offline matches the article
number of the device connected online. The following response is obtained after loading the
configuration into the device:
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Image 3-1
Online / offline
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Procedure
1. In the "Project tree", right-click on the SITOP UPS1600 controller.
The shortcut menu opens.
2. In the shortcut menu, in submenu "Download to device", select option "Hardware
configuration".
The project data are compiled. The "Load" button is activated as soon as loading is
possible.
3. Click on "Load".
Data is loaded. The "Result of the load operation" dialog window is then opened. In this
dialog, you can check whether the load task was successful and select any further
actions.
4. Click on the "Finish" button.
Result
The set parameters have been loaded to the SITOP UPS1600 via the controller.
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3.3.9
Diagnostics
The following data can be retrieved using the online and diagnostics function:
Navigation area
General
Value
Module
Short designation
Article number
Hardware
Firmware
Module information
Device name
Module name
Plant designation
Location ID
Manufacturer information
Description of manufacturer
Serial number
Copyright entry
Profile
Profile details
PROFINET interface
Ethernet address / network connection
MAC address
Ethernet address / IP parameter
IP address
Subnet mask
Default router
IP settings
IP setting time
Functions
Ports
List of ports
Assign an IP address
MAC address
IP address
Subnet mask
Router address
Firmware update / UPS1600
Article number
Firmware
Name
Rack
Slot
Firmware file
Firmware version
Suitable for modules with
Status
Activate firmware after update
Assign name
PROFINET device name
Type
Reset to factory settings
MAC address
IP address
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Navigation area
Value
PROFINET device name
Retrieve the online and diagnostics data of SITOP UPS1600
Proceed as follows to start the online and diagnostics view of the particular module:
Project tree:
1. Open the device folder of the SITOP UPS1600 in the Project tree. Is located (after the
assignment to the control system) in the folder of the control system under "Distributed
I/O " > [name of the PROFINET connection]
2. Double-click on "Online & diagnostics".
Alternatively:
3. Select the device folder of the SITOP UPS1600 in the Project tree.
4. In the shortcut menu or in the "Online" main menu, select the "Online & diagnostics" .
Device view:
1. Open the device view of the device configuration.
2. Select the SITOP UPS1600.
3. In the shortcut menu or in the "Online" main menu, select the "Online & diagnostics" .
Network view:
1. Open the network view of the device configuration.
2. Select the SITOP UPS1600.
3. In the shortcut menu or in the "Online" main menu, select the "Online & diagnostics" .
4. Click on "Connect online".
The information is displayed under "Diagnostics / General".
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3.3.10
Firmware update
WARNING
The SITOP UPS1600 is reset while updating the firmware. For safety reasons, the output is
switched off.
Ensure that no damage is caused to the plant or system.
Ensure that the PG/PC and/or all switches, routers and gateways that are used have an
independent power supply during the firmware update.
Note
Do not switch-off the devices during the firmware update.
The files for updating the firmware (firmware updates) are available online under
(http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/79207181). Different firmware updates
are offered depending on the amp rating of the SITOP UPS1600.
Note
Observe the compatibility of the firmware!
Other firmware updates are not compatible.
Determine the amp rating of your SITOP UPS1600 and download the appropriate firmware
update.
Note
It is not possible to downgrade the device firmware to a release with a version number lower
than the firmware installed in the device itself. Information on how to read out the firmware
release from the device is provided in Section Diagnostics (Page 60).
Note
"Reset to factory" function:
Everything is reset, also the IP address. A new IP address must then be assigned, as
otherwise there is no connection to the UPS Manager or TIA.
Preconditions
● The SITOP UPS1600 has been correctly connected and linked with the system.
● PG/PC with STEP 7 in the TIA Portal is connected with the system.
● Online connection is established.
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Procedure
The firmware update consists of several files, which are combined in a zip file.
1. Download the firmware update.
2. Unpack the ZIP file into a temporary directory.
3. In the network view, select the components whose firmware is to be updated.
4. Change to the device view.
5. Click on "Go online".
6. In the shortcut menu of the SITOP UPS1600, select "Online & Diagnostics".
The "Online access" menu opens.
7. In the "Functions" folder, select the "Firmware update" group.
8. Click on the "Browse" button in the "Firmware loader" area to select the path to the
directory with the unzipped files.
9. Select file "ups10a.upd", "ups20a.upd", "ups40a.upd". All SITOP UPS1600 are displayed
in the table, for which an update is possible with the selected firmware file.
10.Click on the "Start update" button. If the selected file can be interpreted by the module, it
will be loaded into the module. For version V2.1 - depending on the UPS1600 type - the
firmware file is called "ups20a.upd", for example. If this requires changing the operating
state of the CPU, you will be prompted to do this with dialogs.
11.Confirm the notes that are displayed.
The firmware is sent from the controller to the component . While sending, LED 4 ("SF")
and LED 6 ("RUN") flash at the SITOP UPS1600.
12.Confirm the message from the TIA Portal that the data was successfully sent by pressing
"OK".
The firmware is saved in the internal component memory. The following LEDs flash while
saving:
– LED 1 ("OK/Bat")
– LED 2 (">85%")
Note
It can take several minutes to save the firmware in the component. Do not switch-off the
devices.
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13.The device is automatically restarted after the LEDs no longer flash.
Note
During the firmware update, if the power supply of the SITOP UPS1600, or PG/PC or
intermediate switches, routers or gateways is interrupted, then under certain
circumstances, a fallback firmware is activated. If the SITOP UPS1600 can then no
longer be accessed remotely, you must assign the a new IP address, or under the menu
item "Assign name" you must enter a new name in the field "PROFINET device names"
(see the manual for the particular unit).
14.The firmware has been updated. Only now is it permissible to switch off the
SITOP UPS1600.
Note
After updating the firmware, in the hardware configuration of your project, you must replace
the SITOP UPS1600 involved by SITOP UPS1600 with the current firmware version. The
configured configuration then matches the actual configuration again.
Note
For GSD, the SITOP UPS1600 must be deleted, and newly integrated; this means that
parameters, addresses and names must be newly set - and it is also possible that a new
GSD file must first be installed.
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3.3.11
Restore factory settings
A reset to the factory settings deletes all configurations of the PROFINET interface saved in
the SITOP UPS1600 and restores the factory settings. This affects, for example:
● IP address
● Device name
The parameter values for SITOP UPS1600 and the energy storage device are kept.
Proceed as follows to reset the SITOP UPS1600 factory settings:
1. Select SITOP UPS1600 in the Network view and change to the Device view.
2. Click on "Go online".
3. In the SITOP UPS1600 shortcut menu, select "Online & diagnostics".
4. In the "Functions" folder, select the "Reset to factory settings" group.
5. Click on the "Reset" button.
6. Respond to the confirmation prompt with "OK".
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3.4
SIMATIC STEP 7
3.4.1
Introduction
The uninterruptible power supply SITOP UPS1600 can be used with SIMATIC STEP 7 from
Version 5.4 and higher.
In SIMATIC STEP 7 , the basic device SITOP UPS1600 and its SITOP UPS1100 battery
modules can be integrated in the project, parameterized and diagnosed.
Note
SIMATIC STEP 7 and the SITOP UPS Manager cannot simultaneously access the
SITOP UPS1600. It is not permissible that the SITOP UPS Manager service runs while the
system is being accessed via SIMATIC STEP 7.
3.4.2
Installing the generic station description file (GSD)
To use the SITOP UPS1600 and the SITOP UPS1100 battery modules in SIMATIC STEP 7,
you must install the corresponding generic station description file (GSD). The GSD file is
available at our SITOP-homepage (http://www.siemens.com/sitop-ups1600) or directly at
(https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/view/75854605).
Preconditions
● SIMATIC STEP 7 has been opened and a project has been created.
● At least one station has been added.
● You know where the GSD data have been saved.
Procedure
1. Download the GSD file from the Internet.
2. Close all stations in HW Config.
3. Click on "Browse ...", and select the folder in which the GSD file is located.
4. Select the GSD file and click on "Install".
Note
If the file was not able to be installed, or if errors occurred during installation, then
SIMATIC STEP 7 creates a report file. You can open this log file by clicking on the
"Display log" button.
5. In the "Options" menu, click on "Update Catalog".
The installed devices are imported into the module catalog and can then be integrated in the
project. You can find SITOP UPS1600 in the hardware catalog under
"PROFINET IO\I/O\UPS1600".
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3.4.3
Inserting SITOP UPS1600 into a project
To be able to use the SITOP UPS1600, it must be assigned as IO device to an IO controller
(SIMATIC S7 control system) .
Preconditions
● The GSD file of the SITOP UPS1600 has been correctly installed.
● SIMATIC STEP 7 has been opened, and a project with an IO controller (SIMATIC S7
control) has been created.
Creating a subnet
1. Open the Hardware view "HW Config".
2. Call the shortcut menu of line "PN-IO"
3. Select "Insert PROFINET IO system".
4. In dialog field "Properties - Ethernet interface PN-IO", select the "Parameters" tab.
5. Set the IP address of the PROFINET interface.
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6. Create a new subnet.
7. Confirm the properties of the new subnet.
8. Close the "Properties - Ethernet interface PN-IO" dialog box.
The subnet is displayed as a horizontal line in the hardware view.
Inserting SITOP UPS1600 from the hardware catalog
1. Select the subnet.
2. Open the "Catalog" window using the "View > Catalog" menu command.
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3. In the hardware catalog, navigate to the SITOP UPS1600 under "PROFINET IO \ I/O \
UPS1600".
4. Click the desired SITOP UPS1600; keep the left mouse button pressed and drag the
SITOP UPS1600 to the subnet.
5. Double-click on "SITOP UPS1600".
6. In the open dialog Device name, enter the device number and IP address in the Ethernet.
7. Save the hardware configuration.
You have now inserted the SITOP UPS1600 into the project. The rectangle displayed in
the editor symbolizes the SITOP UPS1600.
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3.4.4
Parameter assignment
3.4.4.1
Parameters of the basic device and battery module
The adjustable parameters of the basic device SITOP UPS1600 and the SITOP UPS1100
battery modules are structured according to subgroups in SIMATIC STEP 7. These
subgroups are shown in the table below.
Subgroup
Description
Buffer parameters
All parameters, which involve the behavior of SITOP UPS1600 when buffering.
Battery parameters
Parameterizing the battery being used.
Charging parameters
Parameters for the charging behavior:
•
End-of-charge voltage
•
Charge current
Reset parameters
Activate interruption of the output voltage for supply system restoration.
Buffering parameters
Load current that is expected at the device output during buffer operation.
Maintenance
R test - the battery state is determined by subjecting it to a load.
Identification
Definition of the location and contact data to be able to identify the
SITOP UPS1600.
Web server
Definition as to whether the SITOP UPS1600 may be accessed via web server
(yes / no).
A detailed description of the individual parameters of the subgroups is contained in the
associated section under Parameterizing SITOP UPS1600 (Page 70).
3.4.4.2
Parameterizing SITOP UPS1600
The procedure is the same for all parameters. This section describes the general procedure
to reach the configuration dialog. The individual parameters and their possible values are
described in the following subsections.
Each parameter has a start value. A click on "Reset to initial values" resets all parameters of
a subgroup to the associated start value.
Preconditions
● The SITOP UPS1600 has been integrated in the opened project and networked.
Proceed as follows
1. Open Network view "NetPro" ("Tools > Configure network").
The controller and the networked SITOP UPS1600 are displayed.
2. In the Network view click on SITOP UPS1600. The hardware configuration opens.
3. Double click in the hardware configuration on the SITOP UPS1600 entry in the station
window for slot 0.1.
4. In the configuration dialog click on the "Parameters" tab.
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5. Click the desired subgroup.
The subgroup opens.
6. Enter the values.
7. Confirm your entry by clicking on "OK".
The parameters are stored in the project.
Buffer parameters
Parameter
Value range
Default setting
Buffer time
1 … 32767 s
60 s
Additional buffer time after PC shutdown
1 … 300 s
10 s
Connection threshold
21 … 25 V
22.5 V
Stop buffering voltage
18 ... 23 V
18.5 V
Wait time for stable input voltage
200 … 65,000 ms
500 ms
Downtime alarm
0 … 20.000 ms
125 ms
Buffering allowed
Yes / No
Yes
Enable reset after buffering
Yes / No
No
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● Buffer time
Time where the system is to be buffered by SITOP UPS1600. The "Buffering allowed"
parameter is used to specify whether buffering should be performed. If a value of 32767
is entered, then the SITOP UPS1600 interprets this as MAX, and only shuts down the
buffering when the stop buffering voltage is reached.
● Additional backup time after the PC has been shutdown
The time to be buffered by the SITOP UPS1600 once the PC has been shut down.
● Connection threshold
If the connection threshold value is fallen below, the SITOP UPS1600 starts buffering. If
the value of the connection threshold is subsequently exceeded again, then the
SITOP UPS1600 stops buffering.
● Stop buffering voltage
The voltage at which battery discharge is terminated.
● Wait time for a stable input voltage
Time where the input voltage must continually lie above the connection threshold so that
buffering is exited and a transition is made into normal operation.
● Downtime alarm
The time in which no alarm is issued to the system although it is buffered.
● Buffering allowed
Select between buffers with the specified values or passive measurement of the power
supply by the SITOP UPS1600.
● Activate reset after buffering
If the value is set to "yes", then, in the meantime, if the input voltage returns after the
buffer time has expired, the SITOP UPS1600 shuts down the output for the selected
interrupt time.
Battery parameters
Parameter
Value range
Default setting
Faulty battery voltage
1 … 18 V
6V
Battery capacity
0.1 … 3,200 Ah
10 Ah:
Ignore data of coded battery
Yes / No
No
● Battery defective voltage
If the battery voltage undershoots this value, it is considered as being defective by the
SITOP UPS1600 and is not charged.
● Battery capacity
If no UPS1100 battery modules are being used: Enter the total capacity of the installed
batteries.
● Ignore data of coded battery
Set the value to "Yes" if you define the parameters for the UPS1100 yourself.
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Charging parameters
Parameter
Value range
Default setting
End-of-charge voltage
24 … 30 V
26 V
Charge current
1 … 4,000 mA
800 mA
● End-of-charge voltage
The end-of-charge voltage is the maximum voltage up to which the battery is charged.
● Charge current
The battery is not charged with more than the selected charge current. The
manufacturer's details for the permitted charge current of the battery must be observed.
Note
When UPS1100 battery modules are used, both parameters are automatically set, and do
not have to be defined.
The following, device-dependent maximum values apply:
– SITOP UPS1600 10 A: Maximum permissible charge current 3,000 mA
Derating for Tu > 40 °C or Uin < 24 V: 2,000 mA
– SITOP UPS1600 20 A: Maximum permissible charge current 4,000 mA
Derating for Tu > 40 °C or Uin < 24 V: 3,000 mA
– SITOP UPS1600 40 A: Maximum permissible charge current 5,000 mA
Derating for Tu > 40 °C or Uin < 24 V: 3,000 mA
Reset parameters
Parameter
Value range
Default setting
Reset time
1 … 120 s
5s
Here, you define the interrupt duration for the "Interrupt output voltage" function (reset after
buffering)
Buffering parameters (2)
Parameter
Value range
Default setting
Expected buffer current
0 ... 40 A
0A
Load current, which is expected at the device output during buffer operation. If a value of 0 A
is entered, then for this parameter, the average value of the actual load current measured at
the output over the last 10 min is assumed. The value of this parameter is used when
calculating the remaining buffer time. The entered value may not exceed the rated device
current.
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Maintenance
Parameter
Value range
Default setting
R test interval
1 ... 65535 h
4h
R test: The battery state is determined by subjecting it to a cyclic load.
Identification
Parameter
Value range
Contact
Free text
Location
Free text
● Contact
Enter, for example, a contact address or the name of a staff member.
● Location
Enter a description of the location that can be used to locate the SITOP UPS1600.
Web server
Parameter
Value range
Default setting
Activate web server
Yes / No
No
Activate web server on this module
Yes / No
No
Permit access only with HTTPS
Yes / No
Yes
Log off automatically after 15 minutes
Yes / No
No
Set here whether access to the SITOP UPS1600 via web server is permitted.
Update interval: 0 / 5 s / 10 s / 20 s / 30 s / 60 s 10 s
● Activate web server on this module
Define whether this device can be accessed via the web server.
● Permit access only with HTTPS
Define whether access is only permissible via HTTPS.
● Download certificate
By pressing the "Download certificate" button, you can download the certificate for
encrypted connection via HTTPS.
● Log off automatically after 15 minutes
You define whether a user should be automatically logged off after closing the web
server.
● Update interval
You define in which intervals the actual values are sent to the web server.
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3.4.5
Loading the configuration to the SITOP UPS1600 (commissioning)
In the delivered state, the SITOP UPS1600 has not yet been assigned any IP address and
the DHCP protocol is deactivated.
When the SITOP UPS1600 is first connected with an IO controller (SIMATIC S7 control
system), it must be assigned a device name and an IP address by the IO controller. STEP 7
can be used to load a new configuration to the device.
Preconditions
● The SITOP UPS1600 has been correctly connected and linked with the system.
● PG/PC with SIMATIC STEP 7 is connected with the network.
Displaying accessible nodes
Note
If nodes can only be accessed via interposed switches or routers (with protocol conversion),
they are not displayed in the list of the accessible nodes.
1. Click in the "Target system" menu on "Display accessible nodes"
The "Accessible nodes" window is opened with the following displays:
– The station
– The SITOP UPS1600
The following table shows which information is displayed in the "Object name" column.
Accessible nodes
Object name
Description
S7-CPU, PC station
Name of the station
The "Details" view also shows the operating state, module
type and, if available, information from the associated STEP
7 project (station name, CPU name, system identification).
Loading the IO controller for the first time
Once you have configured the SITOP UPS1600 and the station, you must load this
configuration to the IO controller (SIMATIC S7 control system). This is the way that the IO
controller is assigned its configured IP addresses.
Before loading, carry out a consistency test to check the configuration for duplicate
addresses, identical names, etc.
Inform yourself whether the IO controller to be loaded can also be initially loaded via the
PROFINET interface. If not, you must first load the hardware configuration via the MPI
interface .
1. Select in the "Target system > Load" menu.
2. Select the module to be loaded.
3. In the "Select node address" dialog, if necessary, click the "Display" button to display the
actual accessible modules (these include the IO controller to be loaded with its current IP
address or its MAC address, if no IP address is yet available).
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4. Select the IO controller to be loaded from the accessible modules.
This module is displayed in the "Enter connection to target station" dialog box.
5. Start loading by clicking on the "OK" button.
The IO controller is assigned the configured IP address.
Note
Ensure that the article number of the SITOP UPS1600 configured offline matches the article
number of the device connected online. The following response is obtained after loading the
configuration into the device:
Image 3-2
Online / offline
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Allocating the SITOP UPS1600 a device name (online)
In order that the configured IO controller can address the SITOP UPS1600, you must assign
each individual IO device (including SITOP UPS1600) the configured device name.
For the procedure described below, the SITOP UPS1600 and the station for the PG/PC must
be accessible online on the Ethernet.
1. Open HW Config.
2. In the "Target system > Ethernet" menu, click on "Assign device name".
3. In the "Assign device name" dialog, in the "Device name" field, select SITOP UPS1600.
4. In the "Available devices" select the SITOP UPS1600. Using the "Flash" button, you can
flash the LED on the SITOP UPS1600 so that the device can be uniquely identified.
5. Click on the "Assign name" button.
After the name assignment, you can bring the IO controller into the RUN operating state.
When powering up, the IO controller distributes the configuration information to the
SITOP UPS1600 and then goes into cyclic operation.
3.4.6
Diagnostics
The following data can be fetched using the Diagnostics function:
Group
Value
SITOP UPS1600 general
Article number
Serial number
Fetching diagnostics data
You can use the "Station > Open online" menu command in "HW Config" to select the
SITOP UPS1600 and view the diagnostics data.
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3.4.7
Firmware update
WARNING
The SITOP UPS1600 is reset while updating the firmware. For safety reasons, the output is
switched off.
Ensure that no damage is caused to the plant or system.
Ensure that the PG/PC and/or all switches, routers and gateways that are used have an
independent power supply during the firmware update.
Note
Do not switch-off the devices during the firmware update.
The files for updating the firmware (firmware updates) are available online under
(http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/79207181). Different firmware updates
are offered depending on the amp rating of the SITOP UPS1600.
Note
Observe the compatibility of the firmware!
Other firmware updates are not compatible.
Determine the amp rating of your SITOP UPS1600 and download the appropriate firmware
update.
Note
It is not possible to downgrade the device firmware to a release with a version number lower
than the firmware installed in the device itself. Information on how to read out the firmware
release from the device is provided in Section Diagnostics (Page 77).
Note
"Reset to factory" function:
Everything is reset, also the IP address. A new IP address must then be assigned, as
otherwise there is no connection to the UPS Manager or TIA.
Preconditions
● The SITOP UPS1600 has been correctly connected and linked with the PROFINET IO
system.
● PG/PC with STEP 7 is connected with the network.
Procedure
The firmware update consists of several files, which are combined in a zip file.
1. Download the firmware update.
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1. Unpack the ZIP file into a temporary directory.
2. Open the "Accessible nodes" window with the "Target system > Display accessible
nodes" menu command.
Note
For an online connection via the "Accessible nodes" window, PG/PC and "Accessible
nodes" must be connected to the same physical Ethernet subnet.
3. Select the "Target system > Update firmware" menu command.
4. Select the SITOP UPS1600 whose firmware is to be updated.
5. In the open "Update firmware" dialog, press the "Browse" button to select the path to the
directory with the unzipped files.
In this directory, select the "ups10a.upd", "ups20a.upd", "ups40a.upd" files.
6. After you have selected a file, the information in the bottom fields of the "Update
firmware" dialog box indicate the components for which the file is suitable and from which
firmware version.
7. Click the "Run" button.
8. STEP 7 verifies that the selected file can be interpreted by the module and then
downloads the file to the module.
9. If this requires changing the operating state of the IO controller, then you will be prompted
to do this in the relevant dialog boxes.
10.The module then automatically updates the firmware.
Note
A separate connection is established to the CPU for the firmware update, if available. In
this case, the task can be interrupted. If no resources are available for another
connection, an existing connection will be used automatically. In this case, the task
cannot be interrupted; the "Cancel" button in the transfer dialog is grayed-out and cannot
be operated.
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11.Confirm the notes that are displayed.
The firmware is sent from the IO controller to the component, and saved in the internal
component memory. The following LEDs flash while saving:
– LED 1 ("OK/Bat")
– LED 2 (">85%")
Note
It can take several minutes to save the firmware in the component. Do not switch-off the
devices.
Note
During the firmware update, if the power supply of the SITOP UPS1600, or PG/PC or
intermediate switches, routers or gateways is interrupted, then under certain
circumstances, a fallback firmware is activated. If the SITOP UPS1600 can then no
longer be accessed remotely, you must assign the SITOP UPS1600 a new IP address, or
under the menu item "Assign name" you must enter a new name in the field "PROFINET
device names" (see the manual for the particular device).
12.The SITOP UPS1600 automatically updates the firmware.
13.The firmware has been updated. Only now is it permissible to switch off the
SITOP UPS1600.
14.Using STEP 7 (read out the diagnostics buffer of the IO controller), check whether
SITOP UPS1600 successfully starts with the new firmware.
Note
After updating the firmware, in the hardware configuration of your project, you must replace
the SITOP UPS1600 involved by the SITOP UPS1600 with the current firmware version. The
configured configuration then matches the actual configuration again.
3.4.8
Restore factory settings
With STEP 7 Version 5.5, it is possible to restore the factory setting of modules using the
"Target system -> Edit Ethernet node".
1. To select the MAC address of the SITOP UPS1600, which should be reset to the factory
setting, click in dialog "Edit Ethernet node" on "Browse".
2. Click on the "Reset" button.
This deletes the IP address and the device name from the module. The parameter values
for SITOP UPS1600 and the energy storage device are kept.
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3.5
SITOP UPS Manager
Note
Ensure that only the UPS Manager accesses the SITOP UPS1600.
Note
Install the current version of the SITOP UPS Manager so that you can use the full functional
scope of the SITOP UPS1600.
The installation file for the SITOP UPS Manager is available at no charge on the SITOP
home page (http://www.siemens.com/sitop-ups1600) or directly
(https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/view/75854607).
3.5.1
Functions of the SITOP UPS Manager
You can execute the following tasks with the SITOP UPS Manager:
● Configure the SITOP UPS1600 uninterruptible power supply and the battery modules
● Protect a computer or a computer network provided by the uninterruptible power supply
with the master-slave technique
● Data backup by controlled shutdown
● Alarm-driven starting of any application (SMS, email)
New functions from V4.71:
OPC UA server as non-proprietary software interface.
Setting IP address and names in the UPS1600
Identifying the UPS1600 as a result of the flashing LED SF
● OPC UA server as non-proprietary software interface.
By specifying additional applications and alarms, you define a comprehensive protection of
your computer or computer network.
The applications can be started depending on the following events:
● Supply voltage failure
● Restoration of the supply voltage
● State of the buffer readiness by the UPS:
– General buffer readiness
– Remaining buffer time
● Status of the UPS battery:
– Battery replacement required
– Battery charge
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3.5.2
OPC UA server
System overview
The "DC-UPS software" component is essential for integrating the OPC server. It comprises
two subcomponents:
1. SitopUPSManagerService: Responsible for communication with the DC UPS main board
and data management.
2. SitopUPSManager: Interface between the user and the DC UPS system.
The SitopUPSManagerService component is suitable for two reasons when it comes to
integrating the OPC server:
1. As the component is responsible for data management, the OPC server does not require
any external interface in order to access data.
2. The component is executed as Windows service, and is therefore run independently of
users logged on to the system.
The structure of the DC-UPS software component - and the expansion to include the OPC
server component (in green) are shown in the following diagram:
Image 3-3
DC-UPS software component
This results in the following system overview:
● The DC-UPS software at the PC communicates via USB and the USB board - or via
Ethernet and the ProfiNet board with the DC UPS main board.
● OPC clients can connect with the OPC server in the DC-UPS software via Ethernet and a
binary protocol or SOAP.
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Image 3-4
DC-UPS system overview
Available data
The "Path" column specifies the path to the particular parameter. An "x" in column
"SitopUPSManagerService" signals, that parameters of the current version (4.60) of the
SitopUPSManagerService are interrogated.
Parameter
Path
SitopUPSManagerService
input voltage ok
GetCyclicData.STAT.Bit0
x (cyclic)
buffer mode active
GetCyclicData.STAT.Bit2
x (cyclic)
ready for buffering
GetCyclicData.STAT.Bit3
x (cyclic)
charge sufficient
GetCyclicData.STAT.Bit4
x (cyclic)
battery change recommended
GetCyclicData.STAT.Bit5
x (cyclic)
battery connection fault
GetCyclicData.STAT.Bit6
x (cyclic)
new alarms pending
GetCyclicData.STAT.Bit7
x (cyclic)
battery charge level
GetCyclicData.CHRG
x (cyclic)
buffer time
GetDataObject.1
x (only at beginning)
buffer threshold
GetDataObject.2
x (only at beginning)
buffering allowed
GetDataObject.3
battery information
GetDataObject.4
Mlfb
GetDataObject.4.1
x (cyclic)
serial number
GetDataObject.4.2
x (cyclic)
type
GetDataObject.4.3
manufacturing date
GetDataObject.4.4
EOCV
GetDataObject.4.5
charge current
GetDataObject.4.6
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stop buffering voltage (SBV)
GetDataObject.4.7
capacity
GetDataObject.4.8
standby time
GetDataObject.4.9
buffer time
GetDataObject.4.10
total charging current
GetDataObject.4.11
total culled current
GetDataObject.4.12
min temp
GetDataObject.4.13
max temp
GetDataObject.4.14
software version
GetDataObject.4.15
x (cyclic)
hardware version
GetDataObject.4.16
x (cyclic)
batterie cell volt 1
GetDataObject.4.17
batterie cell volt 2
GetDataObject.4.18
batterie voltage
GetDataObject.4.19
device information
x (cyclic)
GetDataObject.5.
Mlfb
GetDataObject.5.1
x (cyclic)
serial number
GetDataObject.5.2
x (cyclic)
hardware version
GetDataObject.5.3
x (cyclic)
software version
GetDataObject.5.4
x (cyclic)
max current
GetDataObject.5.5
x (cyclic)
communication
GetDataObject.5.6
x (cyclic)
software version (BTLDR)
GetDataObject.5.7
x (cyclic)
DPS
GetDataObject.5.8
x (cyclic)
SWD
GetDataObject.5.9
x (cyclic)
SSN
GetDataObject.5.10
x (cyclic)
end of charge voltage
GetDataObject.6
x (only at beginning)
charge current
GetDataObject.7
x (only at beginning)
enable reset
GetDataObject.8
x (only at beginning)
reset time
GetDataObject.9
x (only at beginning)
stop buffering voltage
GetDataObject.10
x (only at beginning)
input voltage ok time
GetDataObject.11
x (only at beginning)
battery defect voltage
GetDataObject.12
x (only at beginning)
ignore battery coding
GetDataObject.13
x (only at beginning)
hardware settings
GetDataObject.14
buffer time
GetDataObject.14.1
buffer threshold
GetDataObject.14.2
buffering allowed
GetDataObject.14.3
enable reset
GetDataObject.14.4
start from battery
GetDataObject.14.5
sel. bat. profile
GetDataObject.14.6
downtime alarm
GetDataObject.15
x (only at beginning)
battery capacity
GetDataObject.16
x (only at beginning)
buffer time 2
GetDataObject.17
x (only at beginning)
expected buffer current
GetDataObject.18
x (only at beginning)
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battery inspection time
GetDataObject.19
x (only at beginning)
resistor test interval
GetDataObject.20
x (only at beginning)
input voltage ok
GetDataObject.401
buffer mode
GetDataObject.402
x (cyclic)
battery charge
GetDataObject.403
x (cyclic)
charge sufficient
GetDataObject.404
remaining buffer time
GetDataObject.405
x (cyclic)
battery temperature
GetDataObject.406
x (cyclic)
device temperature
GetDataObject.407
x (cyclic)
input voltage
GetDataObject.408
x (cyclic)
input current
GetDataObject.409
x (cyclic)
output voltage
GetDataObject.410
x (cyclic)
load current
GetDataObject.411
x (cyclic)
mesured charge current
GetDataObject.412
x (cyclic)
battery voltage
GetDataObject.413
x (cyclic)
battery change recommended
GetDataObject.414
x (cyclic)
total operating time
GetDataObject.415
sw settings valid
GetDataObject.416
calculated battery capacity
GetDataObject.417
number of batteries
GetDataObject.418
x (cyclic)
ouput current
GetDataObject.419
x (cyclic)
calculated battery health
GetDataObject.420
x (cyclic)
charge voltage
GetDataObject.421
x (cyclic)
led pattern
GetDataObject.422
x (cyclic)
extended led pattern
GetDataObject.423
battery connection fault
GetDataObject.424
x (cyclic)
OPC server
The OPC server is implemented based on the "ANSI C stack source code"
(https://opcfoundation.org/developer-tools/developer-kits-unified-architecture/ansi-c-stacksource-code/) of the OPC Foundation. The OPC server provides the data listed in "Available
data" in the following hierarchical structure:
Parameter
Path
SitopUPSManagerService
Mainboard
state information
input voltage ok
GetCyclicData.STAT.Bit0
x
buffer mode active
GetCyclicData.STAT.Bit2
x
ready for buffering
GetCyclicData.STAT.Bit3
x
charge sufficient
GetCyclicData.STAT.Bit4
x
battery change recommended
GetCyclicData.STAT.Bit5
x
battery connection fault
GetCyclicData.STAT.Bit6
x
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GetCyclicData.STAT.Bit7
x
battery charge level
GetCyclicData.CHRG
x
remaining buffer time
GetDataObject.405
x
total operating time
GetDataObject.415
input voltage
GetDataObject.408
x
input current
GetDataObject.409
x
output voltage
GetDataObject.410
x
load current
GetDataObject.411
x
mesured charge current
GetDataObject.412
x
battery voltage
GetDataObject.413
x
ouput current
GetDataObject.419
x
charge voltage
GetDataObject.421
x
sw settings valid
GetDataObject.416
device temperature
GetDataObject.407
x
led pattern
GetDataObject.422
x
extended led pattern
GetDataObject.423
buffer time
GetDataObject.1
x
buffer time 2
GetDataObject.17
x
buffer threshold
GetDataObject.2
x
stop buffering voltage
GetDataObject.10
x
input voltage ok time
GetDataObject.11
x
downtime alarm
GetDataObject.15
x
buffering allowed
GetDataObject.3
enable reset
GetDataObject.8
x
expected buffer current
GetDataObject.18
x
battery defect voltage
GetDataObject.12
x
battery capacity
GetDataObject.16
x
ignore battery coding
GetDataObject.13
x
battery inspection time
GetDataObject.19
x
number of batteries
GetDataObject.418
x
total calculated battery capacity
GetDataObject.417.0
total calculated battery health
GetDataObject.420.0
x
total battery change recommended
GetDataObject.414.0
x
total battery connection fault
GetDataObject.424.0
buffering
battery
battery #0
calculated battery
capacity
GetDataObject.417.1
calculated battery
health
GetDataObject.420.1
x
battery change
recommended
GetDataObject.414.2
x
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battery connection
fault
GetDataObject.424.1
battery temperature
GetDataObject.406.1
standby time
GetDataObject.4.9.1
buffer time
GetDataObject.4.10.1
total charging current
GetDataObject.4.11.1
total culled current
GetDataObject.4.12.1
EOCV
GetDataObject.4.5.1
charge current
GetDataObject.4.6.1
capacity
GetDataObject.4.8.1
stop buffering
voltage (SBV)
GetDataObject.4.7.1
type
GetDataObject.4.3.1
min temp
GetDataObject.4.13.1
max temp
GetDataObject.4.14.1
Mlfb
GetDataObject.4.1.1
x
serial number
GetDataObject.4.2.1
x
x
x
manufacturing date GetDataObject.4.4.1
software version
GetDataObject.4.15.1
x
hardware version
GetDataObject.4.16.1
x
isAvailable
battery #n
calculated battery
capacity
GetDataObject.417.n
calculated battery
health
GetDataObject.420.n
x
battery change
recommended
GetDataObject.414.n
x
battery connection
fault
GetDataObject.424.n
battery temperature
GetDataObject.406.n
standby time
GetDataObject.4.9.n
buffer time
GetDataObject.4.10.n
total charging current
GetDataObject.4.11.n
total culled current
GetDataObject.4.12.n
EOCV
GetDataObject.4.5.n
charge current
GetDataObject.4.6.n
capacity
GetDataObject.4.8.n
stop buffering
voltage (SBV)
GetDataObject.4.7.n
type
GetDataObject.4.3.n
min temp
GetDataObject.4.13.n
x
x
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max temp
GetDataObject.4.14.n
Mlfb
GetDataObject.4.1.n
x
serial number
GetDataObject.4.2.n
x
manufacturing date GetDataObject.4.4.n
software version
GetDataObject.4.15.n
x
hardware version
GetDataObject.4.16.n
x
hardware version
GetDataObject.5.3
x
software version
GetDataObject.5.4
x
software version
(BTLDR)
GetDataObject.5.7
x
max current
GetDataObject.5.5
x
Mlfb
GetDataObject.5.1
x
serial number
GetDataObject.5.2
x
DPS
GetDataObject.5.8
x
SWD
GetDataObject.5.9
x
SSN
GetDataObject.5.10
x
communication
GetDataObject.5.6
x
hardware version
GetDataObject.5.3
x
software version
GetDataObject.5.4
x
software version
(BTLDR)
GetDataObject.5.7
x
SSN
GetDataObject.5.10
x
hardware version
GetDataObject.5.3
x
software version
GetDataObject.5.4
x
software version
(BTLDR)
GetDataObject.5.7
x
SSN
GetDataObject.5.10
x
end of charge voltage
GetDataObject.6
x
charge current
GetDataObject.7
x
reset time
GetDataObject.9
x
buffer time
GetDataObject.14.1
buffer threshold
GetDataObject.14.2
buffering allowed
GetDataObject.14.3
enable reset
GetDataObject.14.4
start from battery
GetDataObject.14.5
sel. bat. profile
GetDataObject.14.6
isAvailable
device information
mainboard
USB-board
PN-board
charging
reset
hardware settings
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Parameter
Alarm #
Mainboard
alarms
Buffer mode not possible
1
Battery defect
2
Battery deep discharge, no charging possible
3
Insufficient charge
4
Battery deep discharge
5
Device temperature critical (to high)
8
Device temperature critical (to low)
9
Connection to Battery high resistive
10
Connection to Battery broken
11
Wrong battery polarity
12
Device failure
13
Unknown Battery
14
Over current
15
Reset executed
20
Battery test
21
Input voltage too high
24
Surplus battery
26
DC-UPS parameters corrupt
28
Device overtemperature
30
Battery SOH test
34
Low Voltage Mode
35
Buffering
36
Fuse broken
39
battery
battery #0
alarms
battery defect
2
Battery deep discharge, no
charging possible
3
Battery temperature high
6
Battery temperature low
7
Communication to battery fault
23
Wrong battery configuration
27
Battery parameters corrupt
29
Fuse broken
39
battery #n
alarms
battery defect
2
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Battery deep discharge, no
charging possible
3
Battery temperature high
6
Battery temperature low
7
Communication to battery fault
23
Wrong battery configuration
27
Battery parameters corrupt
29
Fuse broken
39
Alarms defined in Chapter Troubleshooting (Page 135) are also incorporated in the
previously defined hierarchic structure. OPC clients can subscribe to these alarms. All
subscribers are informed if an alarm changes its status. The previous table lists all of the
alarms.
3.5.3
①
②
③
④
The user interface of the SITOP UPS Manager
Tabs for selecting the submenus
Language selection
Save bar
Connection lamps
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Use the tab ① to reach the individual submenus.
The language selection ② is used to select the user interface language of the SITOP UPS
Manager. The German, English, French, Italian, Spanish, and Chinese languages are
available.
The functions of the save bar ③ are used to load the configuration into or from the
SITOP UPS1600 and open or save the configurations on a data medium.
The colored representations of the connection lamps ④ indicate the status of the incoming
and outgoing connection. Both lamps must light green.
Left-hand connection lamp: Connection status SITOP UPS Manager application - SITOP
UPS Manager service
Right-hand connection lamp: Connection status SITOP UPS Manager service - SITOP
UPS1600
3.5.4
Installation/uninstallation
The installation file for the SITOP UPS Manager is available at no charge on the SITOP
home page (http://www.siemens.com/sitop-ups1600) or directly
(https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/view/75854607).
Operational requirements
Operating systems
The Windows XP and Windows 7 (32 bit and 64 bit) operating systems are supported.
Ethernet or USB interface
To install and use the SITOP UPS Manager in conjunction with the SITOP UPS1600, the
computer must be connected with the SITOP UPS1600 via Ethernet or USB port.
Windows user group
Users of the SITOP UPS Manager must be members of the Windows user group "power
users".
Installation preconditions
Administration rights
You require administrator rights to install the SITOP UPS Manager.
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Installation paths without blanks
Note
Paths must not contain any blanks!
The path names of the directories for SITOP UPS Manager and batch files must not contain
any blanks.
Installation steps
Procedure when installing for the first time
1. Close all applications before you start the installation.
2. Double-click on the "Setup_SITOP-UPSManager_x.xx.x" file.
3. Follow the installation instructions. Enter the requested information in the dialogs:
– Installer language, English or German
– Agreement declaration with the license conditions
– Installation scope:
Activate option "USB driver" if your SITOP UPS1600 has a USB interface. You can
select between application and service.
– Installation path:
Use the recommended target directory "C:\Program Files (x68\SITOPUPSManager" or
select another one. If you select another target directory, please note that spaces are
not permissible in the path name (to be taken into consideration up to version 4.61).
– Start menu folder
Select the folder structure under which the SITOP UPS Manager should appear in the
start menu.
4. If you are using a SITOP UPS1600 with USB interface, then connect the
SITOP UPS1600 to the computer using this interface.
5. Click "Finish" to complete the installation.
Procedure for an already existing installation
Note
The procedure described below is only necessary if a SITOP UPS Manager with version
number less than 4.50 is to be installed. These steps are automatically executed for versions
from V4.50 and higher.
1. Back up the file "dcups.ini", which is located in directory "ini" in the installation directory of
the SITOP UPS Managers.
2. Carry out steps 1 to 5 of the procedure described above when installing for the first time.
3. Replace file "dcups.ini", which is located in directory "ini" in the installation directory of the
SITOP UPS Managers, as a result of the file backed up in Step 1.
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Result
After the successful installation, the SITOP "UPS Manager" is contained in the start menu
under the selected start menu folder.
No further installations are required to operate the SITOP UPS Manager.
Uninstallation
The UPS Manager can be uninstalled using "Start → All programs → SITOPUPS Manager →
Uninstall".
3.5.5
Options of establishing a connection to the SITOP UPS1600
Depending on the type, the SITOP UPS1600 provides either a USB interface or an Ethernet
interface.
Depending on the type, the SITOP UPS1600 communicates via USB or Ethernet with the
SITOP UPS Manager.
The SITOP UPS Manager supports the master-slave operation only for an existing Ethernet
connection. This permits, for example, a controlled shutdown of the computers in the
network by the applications started with the SITOP UPS Manager.
3.5.6
Establishing a connection via Ethernet
The SITOP UPS1600 requires an IP address for communication with the UPS Manager. This
is assigned by the network administrator. Use the Primary Setup Tool to configure the
SITOP SITOP UPS1600 interface.
Configuring the SITOP UPS1600 with the Primary Setup Tool
The Primary Setup Tool is a Siemens product that is free of charge, and which is used to
identify and configure network-capable devices. You can download the Primary Setup Tool
at (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/19440762).
From SW Version V2.1.0, the Primary Setup Tool is already integrated in the UPS Manager
(from Version V4.71.x).
Additional information is contained in the Primary Setup Tool manual. This manual and
further links can be found at
(http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/19440762).
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Preconditions
● The SITOP UPS1600 is connected with the client (PG/PC) via the Ethernet interface.
● The Primary Setup Tool is installed on the client.
● Firewall settings that are necessary:
– Communication via 5000 is permitted.
– Echo request (ping) is permitted.
Procedure
1. Start the Primary Setup Tool.
2. Select the "Settings > Select interface" menu command.
The "Set PG/PC interface" dialog opens.
3. Select the interface with which the client is connected with the SITOP UPS1600.
Click "OK" to close the "Set PG/PC interface" dialog.
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4. Select the menu command "Network > Search".
SITOP UPS1600 appears in the tree view as "DC-UPS :" with its MAC address and its IP
address.
5. Open the SITOP UPS1600 entry and select "Ind. Ethernet interface".
In the right-hand section, the configuration menu for the Ethernet interface of the SITOP
UPS1600 opens.
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6. Configure the Ethernet interface as specified by the network administrator.
7. Select the SITOP UPS1600 in the Tree view.
Loading to the device is not possible while an interface is selected.
8. Select menu command "Module > Download", to load the configuration to the device.
Alternatively, you can start loading using the "Load" button in the toolbar.
Configuring the connection in the SITOP UPS Manager
A basic setting is the configuration of the client (PC/PG) as master or slave. The
consideration of possible application situations can help here:
● The local computer is the only computer at the SITOP UPS1600.
Local computer = master PC
● The local computer is one of several computers and performs the master function.
Local computer = master PC
● The local computer is one of several computers at the SITOP UPS1600 and operates as
slave.
Local computer = slave PC
In the master-slave configuration, the SITOP UPS1600, the master PC and the slave PC are
connected at the same physical Ethernet. Only the master PC communicates directly with
the SITOP UPS1600. The slave PC receives the control signals from the SITOP UPS
Manager of the master PC.
Note
Up to SITOP UPS Manager Version 4.12, the master PC can only manage 1 slave PC. From
version 4.12.5 and higher, up to 8 slaves can be managed.
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Configuring the local computer as master PC
1. Select "General settings > Device configuration".
2. Activate the "Ethernet" checkbox and the "Master-PC" checkbox.
3. If you are prompted as to whether you want to restart the SITOP UPS Manager, confirm
this with "Yes".
The SITOP UPS Manager is restarted.
4. Select "Hardware configuration > Ethernet configuration".
5. Enter the IP address of the master PC in the field "IP address of the master PC". A
selection box is displayed next to field "IP address of the master PC", which lists all of the
available IP addresses of the client (PC/PG). Selecting an IP address automatically
inserts this address in field "IP address of the master PC".
Note
Also at the local computer, the IP address of the master PC must be specified in the
SITOP UPS Manager if a master-slave configuration is to be used.
6. Enter the IP address of the SITOP UPS1600 in the "IP address of the DC-UPS" field.
7. If you are prompted as to whether you want to restart the SITOP UPS Manager, confirm
this with "Yes".
The SITOP UPS Manager is restarted.
The connection lamps light up green, the connection as master PC to the SITOP UPS1600
is established, if the (local) PC is connected as master PC to the SITOP UPS1600.
Configuring the client as slave PC
1. Select "General settings > Device configuration".
2. Activate the "Ethernet" checkbox and the "Slave PC" checkbox.
3. If you are prompted as to whether you want to restart the SITOP UPS Manager, confirm
this with "Yes".
The SITOP UPS Manager is restarted.
4. Select "Hardware configuration > Ethernet configuration".
5. Enter the IP address of the master PC in the field "IP address of the master PC".
6. If you are prompted as to whether you want to restart the SITOP UPS Manager, confirm
this with "Yes".
The SITOP UPS Manager is restarted.
The connection lamps light up green, the connection as slave PC to the master PC is
established, if the (local) PC is connected as master PC to the SITOP UPS1600.
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3.5.7
Establishing a connection via USB
1. Connect the SITOP UPS1600 using a USB cable with the client (PC/PG).
2. Select "General settings > Device configuration".
3. Activate the "USB (UPS1600)" checkbox.
4. If, in the lower area, a blue bar with the message "Configuration changed, restart
application now." appears, click on the bar to restart the UPS. Clicking on "x" only
minimizes the UPS Manager. You can maximize the UPS Manager again by clicking on
the associated symbol in the task bar.
The SITOP UPS Manager is restarted.
5. Check that the connection lamps light green.
The connection lamps light green, the connection to the SITOP UPS1600 via USB has
been established, if the (local) PC is connected as master PC to the SITOP UPS1600.
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3.5.8
Configuration in the SITOP UPS Manager
Once you have connected the SITOP UPS1600 and the SITOP UPS Manager, you have the
following configuration options:
● Create a new configuration.
● Load a configuration from a data medium or from a device.
● Change a configuration.
● Store a configuration on a data medium or load it into a device.
Procedure
1. Make the required hardware configuration in the SITOP UPS Manager.
Alternatively, you can load a saved hardware configuration to the UPS Manager using
command "Open file" in the storage bar "Configurations".
2. Click in the storage bar "Configurations" on the "Download" button.
The configuration is loaded to the SITOP UPS1600.
Note
When storing or loading a HW configuration, the entry in "Base unit > Location" is not
accepted/changed.
3.5.8.1
General settings
Under "Software configuration > General settings", specify the maximum size of the log file in
Kbytes and where it is saved.
From SITOP UPS Manager V4.12.5 and higher, under "Software configuration > General
settings" you can also specify as to whether the window of the SITOP UPS Manager should
always be in the foreground.
Log file
1. Select "Software configuration > General settings".
2. Enter the maximum file size in kbytes in the "Size of log file" dialog box.
3. Click on "Browse"
4. Select the directory in which the log file should be stored.
5. Confirm with "Select folder".
The maximum size and the storage location of the log file has been saved.
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Configuring the SITOP UPS1600
Using the SITOP UPS Manager, you can configure the SITOP UPS1600 and its energy
storage device, and then load to the device (if it is an uncoded battery - for UPS1100, the
values are automatically identified). To change the charge parameters switch-in threshold or
buffer time, you must set the corresponding rotary coding switch to the "REN" position.
1. To do this, select "Hardware configuration > Base device" or "Hardware configuration
> Energy storage".
2. Enter the desired values.
3. Click on "Download"
Configuring the basic device (base unit)
The following parameters are available under "Hardware configuration> Base unit".
Parameter
Value range
Default setting
Location
Free text
–
Connection threshold
21 - 25 V
22.5 V
1 - 32767 s
60 s
Buffer time
Maximum buffer time
Yes / No
No
Additional buffer time after PC shutdown
1 - 300 s
10 s
Expected buffer current
0 - 40 A
0A
Reset time
1 - 120 s
5s
Enable reset time after buffering:
Yes / No
No
Downtime alarm
0 - 20000 ms
125 ms
Wait time for stable input voltage
0.2 - 65 s
0.5 s
Variable time for battery test
1 - 65535 h
4h
1)
1)
2)
1)
Parameter only available from V2.0.0 and higher
2)
Parameter only available from V2.1 and higher
● Location: Details of the location identification where the SITOP UPS1600 is installed.
● Connection threshold: If the connection threshold value is fallen below, the
SITOP UPS1600 starts buffering. If the value of the connection threshold is reached or
undershot again later, the SITOP UPS1600 stops buffering.
● Buffer time: Length of time during which the system should be buffered by the
SITOP UPS1600.
● Maximum buffer time: The MAX setting means that buffering is realized for as long as
possible. The device only shuts down when the battery has discharged down to the
defined stop buffering voltage. The value entered for the "Buffer time" parameter is not
relevant in this case.
● Additional buffer time after PC shutdown: The time in which the system is buffered by the
SITOP UPS1600 once the PC has been shut down.
● Expected buffer current: Load current, which is expected at the device output during
buffer operation. If a value of 0 A is entered, then for this parameter, the average value of
the actual load current measured at the output over the last 10 min is assumed. The
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value of this parameter is used when calculating the remaining buffer time. The entered
value may not exceed the rated device current.
● Reset time: Time, in which the output voltage of the SITOP UPS1600 is switched off,
although in the meantime the input voltage has returned. This function allows IPCs to
automatically restart.
● Enable reset time after buffering: If the value is set to "Yes", the SITOP UPS1600 shuts
down the output for the selected interrupt time if, in the meantime, the input voltage
returns after the buffer time has expired. Using this function, after the SITOP UPS1600
has been powered down, an IPC can be switched on again, for example.
● Downtime alarm: The time in which no alarm is issued to the system although it is
buffered.
● Time of the pending input voltage: The time in which no alarm is issued to the system
although the connection threshold has been undershot.
● Variable time for battery test: The time interval between battery tests can be set using the
parameter.
To reset the parameters to their initial value, click the "Reset to initial values" button. All
parameters for the base device will be reset to their initial value.
Configuring the energy storage
The characteristic values of a SITOP UPS1100 battery module are automatically read by the
coding. If a SITOP UPS1100 battery module is used, activate the "SITOP UPS1100 battery"
checkbox.
If you are using a different battery, activate the "Use third-party battery" checkbox. Enter the
rated values of the other battery. The following parameters are available under "Hardware
configuration> Energy storage".
Parameter
Value range
Battery capacity
0.1 - 3,200 Ah
End-of-charge voltage
24 - 30 V
Charge current
0.001 - 5 A
Faulty battery voltage
1 - 18 V
● Battery capacity: Total capacity of the installed batteries.
● End-of-charge voltage: The charging completes when the selected end-of-charge voltage
is reached.
● Charge current: The battery is not charged with more than the selected charge current.
The manufacturer's details for the permitted charge current of the battery must be
observed. If several batteries are connected, the smallest permitted charge current
applies.
● Faulty battery voltage: If the battery voltage falls below this value, it will be considered as
being defective by the SITOP UPS1600 and is not charged.
To reset the parameters to their initial value, click the "Reset to initial values" button. All
parameters for the energy storage will be reset to their initial value.
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3.5.9
Behavior of the SITOP UPS Manager
The monitoring of the uninterruptible power supply by the SITOP UPS Manager permits
other applications to be started event driven.
In the event of a power failure, the SITOP UPS Manager can use the network to perform a
controlled shutdown of the devices connected to the uninterruptible power supply in the
specified order, or place them in a defined standby state.
The sending of alarms and notifications to the system or to users is also possible (SMS, email).
The applications can be started depending on the following events and factors:
● Power failure
● Power return
● State of the buffer readiness by the SITOP UPS1600:
– General buffer readiness
– Remaining buffer time
● State of the SITOP UPS1600 battery:
– Battery charge
– for recommended battery replacement
● State of the communication interface:
– Connection established/interrupted
● System alarm status
– At least one alarm is active/no longer active
Storing an application
In the various submenus, you can store applications that will be started depending on the
above-mentioned events and factors. Examples of such applications are:
● Batch scripts, for example, to shut down a computer in the network.
● Applications that inform the user about the state of the power supply.
● Applications that protect licenses assigned to computers (floating licenses) from being
lost because of power failure.
Procedure
1. Open the appropriate submenu under "Software configuration".
2. Activate the checkbox to start the application for the desired event.
3. Click on "Browse" to select an application.
4. Select the required application in a directory.
The application path is displayed.
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5. To check whether the application will performed correctly, click the "Start" button.
6. Enter the time in minutes and seconds after which the application should be started.
Note
Only those applications that do not open any Windows screen can be started.
Behavior during buffer mode
Make the settings under "Software configuration > Buffer operation" vor.
The following options are available:
● Start application on power failure.
● Start application after power return.
● Show SITOP UPS Manager on power failure.
● Show SITOP UPS Manager after power return.
● Shut down PC on power failure after xx minutes.
Note
NOTICE: If the buffer time (see Section Configuring the SITOP UPS1600 (Page 101)) is set
shorter than this time, the SITOP UPS1600 switches off before the PC has been shut down.
The PC is then no longer protected.
Behavior for missing buffer readiness
Make the settings under "Software configuration > Not ready for buffering".
The following options are available:
● Start the application if buffer mode is not possible.
● Start the application when buffer readiness returns
● Open the SITOP UPS Manager if buffer mode is not possible
● Open the SITOP UPS Manager when buffer readiness returns.
Behavior when battery replacement required
Make the settings under "Software configuration > Battery replacement".
The following options are available:
● Start the application if battery replacement is recommended (from SITOP UPS Manager
V4.12.5 and higher).
● Start the application once the battery has been replaced.
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● Open the SITOP UPS Manager if battery replacement is recommended (from SITOP
UPS Manager V4.12.5 and higher).
● Open the SITOP UPS Manager once the battery has been replaced.
Behavior depending on the battery charge
Make the settings under "Software configuration > Battery charge".
The following options are available:
● Start the application when the battery charge is > 85 % of the maximum.
● Start the application when the battery charge is < 85 % of the maximum.
● Open SITOP UPS Manager when the battery charge is > 85 % of the maximum.
● Open SITOP UPS Manager when the battery charge is < 85 % of the maximum.
Note
From UPS Manager Version V4.71, a percentage value of the battery charge can be
programmed where an action should be initiated.
Behavior depending on the remaining buffer time
Make the settings under "Software configuration > Remaining buffer time". Specify the
minimum buffer time under "Hardware configuration > Base Unit" in entry "Buffer time".
The following options exist in the "Remaining buffer time" submenu:
● Start the application if the desired buffer time cannot be achieved.
● Start the application if the desired buffer time can be achieved again.
● Display the SITOP UPS Manager if the desired buffer time cannot be achieved.
● Display the SITOP UPS Manager if the desired buffer time can be achieved again.
Response when communication to the SITOP UPS1600 is interrupted
Make the settings under "Software configuration > Communication interface".
The following options are available:
● Start the application if there is a connection to the SITOP UPS1600.
● Start the application if the connection to the SITOP UPS1600 is interrupted.
● Open the SITOP UPS Manager if there is a connection to the SITOP UPS1600.
● Open the SITOP UPS Manager if the connection to the SITOP UPS1600 was interrupted.
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Behavior for pending system alarms
Make the settings under "Software configuration > System alarms". Reasons for a system
alarm are contained in the alarms list (see Section Troubleshooting (Page 135)).
The following options exist in the "System alarms" submenu:
● Start the application if at least one system alarm is active.
● Start the application if no system alarm is active.
● Open the SITOP UPS Manager if at least one system alarm is active.
● Open the SITOP UPS Manager if no system alarm is active.
3.5.10
Display and visualization
The "Display" menu item shows information about the device data and parameters as well as
the state of the power supply.
The following display options exist:
● Active alarms
● Alarm history
● Operating data: Data and parameters of the basic device and the energy storage device
● Trend charts:
– Load current over time
– Input voltage over time
– Remaining buffer time over time
– Battery temperature over time
– Battery charge over time
– Charge current over time
● Online functions:
– Updating the firmware
Displaying pending alarms
1. Select "Display > Pending alarms".
The pending alarms are displayed in a tabular form.
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The individual columns contain the following information:
● Name: A descriptive name of the alarm
● Time: The time and date of the alarm arrival
● Help: Description of the alarm
Displaying the alarm history
1. Select "Display > Alarm history".
The alarm history is displayed in a tabular form.
The individual columns contain the following information:
● Name: A descriptive name of the alarm
● Time: The time and date when the alarm comes and goes
● Alarm:
– incoming: Occurrence of the alarm event
– outgoing: Rectification of the alarm event
Data and parameters SITOP UPS1600
1. Select "Display > Operating data".
2. Under "Base Unit" you can find data and parameters of the SITOP UPS1600.
The following data are displayed:
● Order number
● Serial number
● SW version
● HW product version
The following parameters are displayed:
● Buffer mode
● Remaining buffer time
● Input voltage
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● Load current
● Ready for buffering
Energy storage data and parameters
1. Select "Display > Operating data".
2. The data and parameters of the energy storage device can be found under "Energy
storage".
The following data are displayed:
● Order number
● Serial number
● SW version
The following parameters are displayed:
● Battery capacity
● Battery charge level
● Battery temperature
● Measured charge current
Trend charts
You have the possibility of graphically displaying values about the power supply under
"Display> Trend chart", for instance the load current over time:
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The following trend charts can be selected:
● Load current over time
● Input voltage over time
● Remaining buffer time
● Battery temperature over time
● Battery charge over time
● Charge current over time
Procedure
1. Select "Display > Trend diagram".
2. Select "Base Unit" to display trend diagrams for SITOP UPS1600 values
or
select "Energy storage" to display trend diagrams for the energy storage device values.
3 diagrams are available below both points.
3. Click the appropriate button to display the required trend diagram.
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3.5.11
Determining the firmware version
The firmware version of the SITOP UPS1600 can be determined as follows using the UPS
Manager:
Precondition
The SITOP UPS1600 is connected to your PC via USB.
Also possible for a connection via Ethernet with software version> V2.0 - and manager
version > 4.60.1
Procedure
1. Start the UPS Manager.
2. Using the menu command "Display > Operating data > Base unit" the firmware version of
the SITOP UPS1600 is displayed.
In the example shown, firmware version V2.0.1 is installed on the SITOP UPS1600.
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3.5.12
Firmware update
WARNING
The SITOP UPS1600 is reset while updating the firmware. For safety reasons, the output is
switched off.
Ensure that no damage is caused to the plant or system.
Ensure that the PG/PC and/or all switches, routers and gateways that are used have an
independent power supply during the firmware update.
Note
Do not switch-off the devices during the firmware update.
The files for updating the firmware (firmware updates) are available online under
(http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/79207181). Different firmware updates
are offered depending on the amp rating of the SITOP UPS1600.
Note
Observe the compatibility of the firmware!
Other firmware updates are not compatible.
Determine the amp rating of your SITOP UPS1600 and download the appropriate firmware
update.
Note
It is not possible to downgrade the device firmware to a release with a version number lower
than the firmware installed in the device itself. Information on how to read out the firmware
release from the device is provided in Section Display and visualization (Page 106).
Note
"Reset to factory" function:
Everything is reset, also the IP address. A new IP address must then be assigned, as
otherwise there is no connection to the UPS Manager or TIA.
Preconditions
● The SITOP UPS1600 has been correctly connected and linked with the system.
● PG/PC with SITOP UPS Manager is connected with the system.
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Note
Install the current version of the SITOP UPS Managers, before you start the update. It is
possible that an older version (less than 4.5X) of the SITOP UPS Managers does not
support this update. The installation file for the SITOP UPS Manager is available at no
charge on the SITOP home page (http://www.siemens.com/sitop-ups1600) or directly
(https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/view/75854607).
Procedure
1. Select "Display > Online functions".
2. Select "Update firmware".
3. To select the path to the directory with the unzipped files, click on the "Browse" button.
In this directory, select the "ups10a.upd", "ups20a.upd" or "ups40a.upd" file.
4. Click on the "Start" button.
The firmware is updated.
5. A message appears in the window area after the successful update.
6. Manually restart the STIOP UPS1600 by interrupting the STIOP UPS1600 power supply.
Restore the power supply to the SITOP UPS1600.
The firmware update has been performed successfully.
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3.6
Web server
The web server is used to monitor the SITOP UPS1600. It operates independently of
UPS Manager and PROFINET access. It is not possible to write access the
SITOP UPS1600.
New functions of the web server from V2.1 and higher:
● Write access
● User management
● Access via https
3.6.1
Accessing the web server
A Web browser is used for the access and operation.
The following Web browsers are suitable:
● Internet Explorer V8 (on MS Windows XP)
● Internet Explorer V10 (on MS Windows 7)
● Internet Explorer V11 (on MS Windows 7)
● Mozilla Firefox V40 (on MS Windows 7)
● Google Chrome V44 (on MS Windows 7)
Preconditions
● The computer with installed web browser is connected with the SITOP UPS1600 via
Ethernet.
● The Web browser can display SVG graphics. From version V2.1 and higher, it is no
longer necessary that SVG graphics are supported.
If your web browser cannot display SVG graphics, then "Please install the SVG viewer for
a correct display" message appears on the start screen. To permit the correct display,
perform the following steps:
– Download the SVG update at (http://www.savarese.com/software/svgplugin).
– Install the SVG update.
– If required, restart your computer.
● The SITOP UPS1600 has an IP address that you know.
● Web server access is activated.
The following sections explain how to activate access to the web server:
– For SIMATIC STEP 7 in the TIA Portal at Parameterizing the UPS1600 (Page 51).
– For SIMATIC STEP 7 at Parameter assignment (Page 70).
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Procedure
1. Connect the client (PG, PC) via the PROFINET interface with the CPU.
2. Open the web browser.
In the address dialog box of the web browser, enter the IP address of the
SITOP UPS1600 in the form http://ww.xx.yy.zz (input example: http://192.168.0.14).
The start page of SITOP UPS1600 is opened. You can navigate to further menus from the
start page.
3.6.2
①
②
③
④
⑤
The web server user interface
Language selection
"Configurations" save bar
Editor area
Submenus
Menu
Menu selection ⑤ allows you to access the "HW configuration" and "Display" menus and
their associated submenus. The functions of the menus are described in the following
sections.
In this area, you can find the submenus dependent on the selected menu item. The function
of the individual submenu items is presented in the following sections ④.
The settings (for the submenu items) are made in the Editor area ③.
The functions of the save bar ② are used to load the actual configuration to the
SITOP UPS1600 and open or save the configurations to a data medium.
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The language selection ① is used to select the user interface language of the web server.
The German, English, French, Italian, Spanish, and Chinese languages are available.
Grayed out menus
If the SITOP UPS1600 was assigned a SIMATIC S7 control as I/O device, or the
SITOP UPS Manager is connected to the SITOP UPS1600, then the web server is in the
read-only mode. The following applies in the read-only mode:
● No write access is possible; the parameter settings can only be read (input values shown
in gray, valid for software version up to V2.0)
● Firmware cannot be updated, the item is hidden.
3.6.3
Functions of the web server
Display
The following functions are available:
● View the data of the SITOP UPS1600 (basic device), see View the data of the SITOP
UPS1600 (basic device) (Page 115)
● View the energy storage data, see Viewing the energy storage data (Page 116)
● Alarm monitoring (pending alarms, alarm history), see Alarm monitoring (Page 116)
3.6.4
View the data of the SITOP UPS1600 (basic device)
1. Select the "Display" menu
2. Select the "Base unit" entry under "Operating data" in the navigation.
The "Base unit" entry provides the following information:
● Data of the SITOP UPS1600:
– Order number
– Serial number
– SW version
– HW product version
● Operating mode (normal or buffer mode)
● Ready for buffering
● Remaining buffer time
● Input voltage
● Load current
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3.6.5
Viewing the energy storage data
1. Select the "Display" menu
2. Select the "Energy storage" entry under "Operating data" in the navigation.
3. Select the desired battery (example: battery 1) with a click.
The "Battery" entry provides the following information:
● Data of the battery module:
– Order number
– Serial number
– SW version
– HW product version
● Capacity
● Battery charge
● Battery temperature
● Load current
3.6.6
Alarm monitoring
You can use the web server to obtain information about active alarms and the history of the
alarms. Every alarm that concerns the SITOP UPS1600 and the connected battery modules
is recorded. You can display pending alarms via "Pending alarms".
Displaying pending alarms
1. Select the "Display" menu
2. Select the "Pending alarms" entry under "Alarms" in the navigation.
The active alarms are displayed in a tabular format.
The individual columns contain the following information:
● Name: A descriptive name of the alarm
● Time: The time and date when the alarm came
● Help: Description of the alarm
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Displaying the alarm history
1. Select the "Display" menu
2. Select the "Alarm history" entry under "Alarms" in the navigation.
The alarm history is displayed in a tabular form.
The individual columns contain the following information:
● Name: A descriptive name of the alarm
● Time: The time and date when the alarm comes and goes
● Alarm:
– incoming: Occurrence of the alarm event
– outgoing: Rectification of the alarm event
Note
The alarm history is displayed only when no further communications relationships to the
SITOP UPS1600 have been established.
Examples for further communications relationships are communication relationships via
STEP 7 or the SITOP UPS Manager.
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3.6.7
Determining the firmware version
The firmware version of the SITOP UPS1600 can be determined as follows via Ethernet
using the web server:
Using the menu command "Display > Operating data > Base unit" the firmware version of the
SITOP UPS1600 is displayed.
In the example shown, firmware version V2.0.1 is installed on the SITOP UPS1600.
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3.6.8
Web server settings / user administration
Here, you can make general settings and define which actions should be automatically
executed. User administration is also located here.
Settings
Parameters
Value range
Default setting
Activate web server on this module
Yes/no
No
Permit access only with HTTPS
Yes/no
Yes
Log off automatically after 15 minutes
Yes/no
No
Update interval
0 / 5 s / 10 s / 20 s / 30
s / 60 s
10 s
● Activate web server on this module
Define as to whether the device may be accessed via the web server.
● Permit access only with HTTPS
Define whether access is only permissible via HTTPS.
● Download certificate
You can download the certificate for encrypted connection via HTTPS by pressing the
"Download certificate" button.
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● Log off automatically after 15 minutes
Define whether a user should be automatically logged off after closing the web server.
● Update interval
Define the interval in which the actual values are sent to the web server.
Procedure for changing the administrator password
1. Select the "Hardware configuration" menu.
2. Select submenu "General > Communication interface > Web server".
3. Select entry "Settings".
4. Make the required settings and carry out the appropriate actions in the editor area.
5. Load the data to the device.
User administration
Here, you can change the administrator password and set up the system so that guests can
access the system - and up to 14 additional user accounts with different authorization levels.
Procedure for changing the administrator password
1. Select the "Hardware configuration" menu.
2. Select submenu "General > Communication interface > Web server".
3. Select entry "User administration".
4. In the editor area, under "Administrator" enter the current administrator password.
5. In the editor area, under "Password" enter a new password.
6. Repeat the new password.
7. Load the data to the device.
Procedure for setting up a guest access
1. Select the "Hardware configuration" menu.
2. Select submenu "General > Communication interface > Web server".
3. Select entry "User administration".
4. In the editor area under "Add new user" enter the password and select the individual
access rights for a new user.
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Procedure for setting up a user account
1. Select the "Hardware configuration" menu.
2. Select submenu "General > Communication interface > Web server".
3. Select entry "User administration".
4. In the editor area under "Add new user" enter the password and select the individual
access rights for a new user.
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3.7
Cyclic and acyclic data
The data communicated between the SITOP UPS1600 and the PROFINET IO-Controller
can be viewed in STEP 7 or classic in the TIA Portal. Here, a distinction is made between
cyclic data (input/output data) and acyclic data (reading/writing data sets).
Input/output data
SITOP UPS1600 sends, in cyclic intervals (1 ms - 512 ms for IRT or 1 ms - 2048 ms for RT),
data about the actual operating states to the PROFINET IO-Controller. You will find more
information on this at Input and output data (Page 122).
Reading and writing data sets
Reading and writing data sets are sent acyclically from the SITOP UPS1600 to the
PROFINET IO-Controller or from the PROFINET IO-Controller to the SITOP UPS1600.
Additional information can be found at Reading and writing data sets (Page 123).
3.7.1
Input and output data
An overview of the input and output data, which is cyclically sent from the SITOP UPS1600
to the PROFINET IO controller is provided in the following tables.
Slot
Subslot
Data
Description
Data size
0
2
Input voltage
Input voltage is present:
Unsigned8
Buffer mode
Ready for buffering
Charge sufficient
•
0: NOT OK
•
255: OK
Buffer mode: The load connected
to the SITOP UPS1600 is supplied via the energy storage device connected to the
SITOP UPS1600:
•
0: inactive
•
255: active
Ready for buffer operation as the
energy storage device of the
buffer component has been sufficiently charged.
•
0: NOT OK
•
255: OK
Charge sufficient: The required
charge has been reached when
the flag is set:
•
0: NOT OK
•
255: OK
Unsigned8
Unsigned8
Unsigned8
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Slot
Subslot
Data
Description
Data size
Battery change
recommended
Battery replacement recommended: The battery capacity is not
sufficient for the defined buffer
time:
Unsigned8
New alarms pending
Battery charge level
Battery connection
maintenance
from V2.1
3.7.2
•
0: no
•
255: yes
New alarms pending:
•
0: no
•
255: yes
Battery charge level in %:
•
0-100: 0-100%
•
255: unknown battery
Connection to the battery interrupted: Check the connection and
fuse:
•
0: no maintenance required
•
255: maintenance required
Unsigned8
Unsigned8
Unsigned8
Reading and writing data sets
An overview of all data sets, which are communicated between the SITOP UPS1600 and the
PROFINET IO-Controller is provided in the following table. Here, a distinction is made
between the following data sets:
● Reading data sets: Data which is sent from the SITOP UPS1600 to the
PROFINET IO-Controller.
● Writing data sets: Data which is sent from the PROFINET IO-Controller to the
SITOP UPS1600.
Index
Subslot Data set
Type
Description
Data size
0x0001 0
Slot
1
Buffering parameters
Reading /
writing
Buffer parameters.
14 bytes
0x0002 0
1
Battery parameters
Reading /
writing
Parameters of the connected battery
modules.
5 bytes
0x0003 0
1
Charging parameters
Reading /
writing
Charge parameters of the connected
battery modules.
4 bytes
0x0004 0
1
Reset parameters
Reading /
writing
Reset parameters.
1 byte
0x0005 0
1
Battery information
parameters
Reading
Information about the connected battery 1024 bytes
modules SITOP UPS1100. This information is available via the link "Energy
Storage".
0x0006 0
1
Device information
Parameters
Reading
Information about the SITOP UPS1600. 148 bytes
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Index
Subslot Data set
Type
Description
Data size
0x0007 0
Slot
1
Hardware settings
parameters
Reading
Hardware settings of the
SITOP UPS1600 (settings that were
made at the front of the device).
8 bytes
0x0008 0
1
Buffering parameters
from V2.0
Reading /
writing
Buffer parameters of the
SITOP UPS1600
2 bytes
0x0009 0
1
Maintenance parameters from V2.1
Reading /
writing
Maintenance parameters of
SITOP UPS1600
2 bytes
0x0020 0
1
State information
Reading
Status information about
SITOP UPS1600 and the connected
battery modules SITOP UPS1100.
Information about the SITOP UPS1100
battery modules is available via the link
"Energy Storage".
64 bytes
70 bytes
(from V2.1)
0x0040 0
1
Identification value
parameters
Reading /
writing
Device identification parameters.
80 bytes
108 bytes
(from V2.1)
0x0041 0
1
Web server
parameters
Reading /
writing
Web server settings of the
SITOP UPS1600.
1 byte
6 bytes (from
V2.1)
You can find detailed information about the individual data sets in Section Data sets
(Page 124)
3.7.2.1
Data sets
In this section you can find detailed information about the individual data sets that are sent
from the PROFINET IO-Controller to the SITOP UPS1600 - and which can be read from the
SITOP UPS1600.
0x0001: Buffering parameters (reading/writing)
Data
Description
Data type
Buffer time [1 s]
Buffer time: After the selected buffer time has expired, the
SITOP UPS1600 switches off the load output. The actual buffer
time that can be achieved depends on the connected loads and
energy storage devices.
Unsigned16
Buffer time 2 [1 s]
Additional buffer time after PC shutdown. The specified value is 5
seconds (only valid in conjunction with the PC software
SITOP UPS Manager)
Unsigned16
Buffer threshold [0.01 V]
Connection threshold: Switching voltage for buffering. Buffering is
active below this value.
Unsigned16
Stop buffering voltage [0.01 V]
Stop buffering voltage: Buffer operation is exited if the battery
voltage is below this value.
Unsigned16
Input voltage OK time [1 ms]
Wait time for stable input voltage: Minimum time during which the
input voltage during buffer operation must be available at the
SITOP UPS1600 to exit buffer operation of the SITOP UPS1600
and to again supply the connected loads via the input voltage
(normal operation).
Unsigned16
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Data
Description
Data type
Downtime alarm [1 ms]
Downtime alarm: Alarm filter - alarm is only sent if it is active for
longer than the set time.
Unsigned16
Buffering allowed
Activate or deactivate buffer operation. The setting is only accepted in operating mode Remote Enable (REN) of the
SITOP UPS1600.
Unsigned8
Enable reset after buffering
Enable reset after buffering: If, during buffer operation, the input
voltage becomes available again, then the output is switched off
for a selectable time in order to reset the connected devices.
Unsigned8
0x0002: Battery parameters (reading/writing)
Data
Description
Data type
Battery defect voltage [0.01 V]
Battery defect voltage: If the battery voltage falls below the set
value, then the battery is identified to be defective.
Unsigned16
Battery capacity [0.1 Ah]
Battery capacity: Total battery capacity of all energy storage devices connected to the SITOP UPS1600.
Unsigned16
Ignore battery coding
Ignore data of the coded battery: When this parameter is set to
"1", then data of the coded battery is ignored. Instead, data is
taken from the parameterization ("Battery Parameters", "Charging
Parameters").
Unsigned8
0x0003: Charging parameters (reading/writing)
Data
Description
Data type
End of charge voltage [0.01 V]
End of charge voltage: Battery voltage when charging changes to
trickle charging. The connected energy storage device is then
charged up to 100 %.
Unsigned16
Charge current [1 mA]
Charge current: Current magnitude used to charge the connected
battery modules during the constant charging process.
Unsigned16
0x0004: Reset parameters (reading/writing)
Data
Description
Data type
Reset time [1 s]
Reset time: Time during which the SITOP UPS1600 output is
shutdown if the connected devices are reset.
Unsigned8
0x0005: Battery information parameters (reading)
Data
Description
Data type
Number of batteries
Number of connected battery modules. Here, only the
SITOP UPS1100 battery modules (coded batteries) are counted.
Unsigned8
Fill byte(s)
-
3xUnsigned8
Batt 1: Standby time [1 s]
Standby time.
Unsigned32
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Data
Description
Data type
Batt 1: Buffer time [1 s]
Required buffer time, after which the SITOP UPS1600 shuts down
in the buffer mode.
Unsigned32
Batt 1: Total charging current
[1 mA]
Total charge current (battery-specific data): Total charge within the Unsigned32
service lifetime of the SITOP UPS1600.
Batt 1: Total culled current [1 mAh]
Total charge level used (battery-specific data): Time, in which the
battery is connected to the SITOP UPS1600 and power was
drawn.
Unsigned32
Batt 1: EOCV [0.01 V]
"End-of-charge voltage": Battery voltage when charging changes
to trickle charging. The energy storage device is then charged up
to 100 %.
Unsigned16
Batt 1: Charge current [1 mA]
Charge current: Current magnitude used to charge the connected
battery modules during the constant charging process.
Unsigned16
Batt 1: Battery capacity [0.1 Ah]
Battery capacity: Total battery capacity of all energy storage devices connected to the SITOP UPS1600.
Unsigned16
Batt 1: Stop buffering voltage
[0.01 V]
Stop buffering voltage: Buffer operation is exited if the battery
voltage is below this value.
Unsigned16
Batt 1: Battery type
Battery type
Unsigned8
Batt 1: Minimal temperature [1 °C]
Lowest specified operating temperature of the battery module
being used SITOP UPS1100.
Signed8
Batt 1: Maximal temperature [1 °C]
Highest specified operating temperature of the battery module
being used SITOP UPS1100.
Signed8
Fill byte(s)
-
3xUnsigned8
Batt 1: Order number
Order number (Article number).
VisibleString(30)
Batt 1: Serial number
Serial number
VisibleString(30)
Batt 1: Manufacturing date
Manufacturing date
VisibleString(30)
Batt 1: Version number
Version number
VisibleString(50)
Batt 2: Standby time [1 s]
Standby time.
Unsigned32
Batt 2 Buffer time [1 s]
Required buffer time, after which the SITOP UPS1600 shuts down
in the buffer mode.
Unsigned32
Batt 2: Total charging current
[1 mA]
Total charge current (battery-specific data): Total charge within the Unsigned32
service lifetime of the SITOP UPS1600.
Batt 2: Total culled current [1 mAh]
Total charge level used (battery-specific data): Time, in which the
battery is connected to the SITOP UPS1600 and power was
drawn.
Unsigned32
Batt 2: EOCV [0.01 V]
"End-of-charge voltage": Battery voltage when charging changes
to trickle charging. The energy storage device is then charged up
to 100 %.
Unsigned16
Batt 2: Charge current [1 mA]
Charge current: Current magnitude used to charge the connected
battery modules during the constant charging process.
Unsigned16
Batt 2: Battery capacity [0.1 Ah]
Battery capacity: Total battery capacity of all energy storage devices connected to the SITOP UPS1600.
Unsigned16
Batt 2 Stop buffering voltage
[0.01 V]
Stop buffering voltage: Buffer operation is exited if the battery
voltage is below this value.
Unsigned16
Batt 2: Battery type
Battery type
Unsigned8
Batt 2: Minimal temperature [1 °C]
Lowest specified operating temperature of the battery module
being used SITOP UPS1100.
Signed8
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Data
Description
Data type
Batt 12 Maximal temperature [1 °C] Highest specified operating temperature of the battery module
being used SITOP UPS1100.
Signed8
Fill byte(s)
-
3xUnsigned8
Batt 2: Order number
Order number (Article number).
VisibleString(30)
Batt 2: Serial number
Serial number
VisibleString(30)
Batt 2: Manufacturing date
Manufacturing date
VisibleString(30)
Batt 2: Version number
Version number
VisibleString(50)
Batt 3: Standby time [1 s]
Standby time.
Unsigned32
Batt 3: Buffer time [1 s]
Required buffer time, after which the SITOP UPS1600 shuts down
in the buffer mode.
Unsigned32
Batt 3: Total charging current
[1 mA]
Total charge current (battery-specific data): Total charge within the Unsigned32
service lifetime of the SITOP UPS1600.
Batt 3: Total culled current [1 mAh]
Total charge level used (battery-specific data): Time, in which the
battery is connected to the SITOP UPS1600 and power was
drawn.
Unsigned32
Batt 3: EOCV [0.01 V]
"End-of-charge voltage": Battery voltage when charging changes
to trickle charging. The energy storage device is then charged up
to 100 %.
Unsigned16
Batt 3: Charge current [1 mA]
Charge current: Current magnitude used to charge the connected
battery modules during the constant charging process.
Unsigned16
Batt 3: Battery capacity [0.1 Ah]
Battery capacity: Total battery capacity of all energy storage devices connected to the SITOP UPS1600.
Unsigned16
Batt 3: Stop buffering voltage
[0.01 V]
Stop buffering voltage: Buffer operation is exited if the battery
voltage is below this value.
Unsigned16
Batt 3: Battery type
Battery type
Unsigned8
Batt 3: Minimal temperature [1 °C]
Lowest specified operating temperature of the battery module
being used SITOP UPS1100.
Signed8
Batt 3: Maximal temperature [1 °C]
Highest specified operating temperature of the battery module
being used SITOP UPS1100.
Signed8
Fill byte(s)
-
3xUnsigned8
Batt 3: Order number
Order number (Article number).
VisibleString(30)
Batt 3 Serial number
Serial number
VisibleString(30)
Batt 3: Manufacturing date
Manufacturing date
VisibleString(30)
Batt 3: Version number
Version number
VisibleString(50)
Batt 4: Standby time [1 s]
Standby time.
Unsigned32
Batt 4: Buffer time [1 s]
Required buffer time, after which the SITOP UPS1600 shuts down
in the buffer mode.
Unsigned32
Batt 4: Total charging current
[1 mA]
Total charge current (battery-specific data): Total charge within the Unsigned32
service lifetime of the SITOP UPS1600.
Batt 4: Total culled current [1 mAh]
Total charge level used (battery-specific data): Time, in which the
battery is connected to the SITOP UPS1600 and power was
drawn.
Unsigned32
Batt 4: EOCV [0.01 V]
"End-of-charge voltage": Battery voltage when charging changes
to trickle charging. The energy storage device is then charged up
to 100 %.
Unsigned16
Batt 4: Charge current [1 mA]
Charge current: Current magnitude used to charge the connected
battery modules during the constant charging process.
Unsigned16
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Description
Data type
Batt 4: Battery capacity [0.1 Ah]
Battery capacity: Total battery capacity of all energy storage devices connected to the SITOP UPS1600.
Unsigned16
Batt 4: Stop buffering voltage
[0.01 V]
Stop buffering voltage: Buffer operation is exited if the battery
voltage is below this value.
Unsigned16
Batt 4: Battery type
Battery type
Unsigned8
Batt 4: Minimal temperature [1 °C]
Lowest specified operating temperature of the battery module
being used SITOP UPS1100.
Signed8
Batt 4: Maximal temperature [1 °C]
Highest specified operating temperature of the battery module
being used SITOP UPS1100.
Signed8
Fill byte(s)
-
3xUnsigned8
Batt 4: Order number
Order number (Article number).
VisibleString(30)
Batt 4: Serial number
Serial number
VisibleString(30)
Batt 4: Manufacturing date
Manufacturing date
VisibleString(30)
Batt 4: Version number
Version number
VisibleString(50)
Batt 5: Standby time [1 s]
Standby time.
Unsigned32
Batt 5: Buffer time [1 s]
Required buffer time, after which the SITOP UPS1600 shuts down
in the buffer mode.
Unsigned32
Batt 5: Total charging current
[1 mA]
Total charge current (battery-specific data): Total charge within the Unsigned32
service lifetime of the SITOP UPS1600.
Batt 5: Total culled current [1 mAh]
Total charge level used (battery-specific data): Time, in which the
battery is connected to the SITOP UPS1600 and power was
drawn.
Unsigned32
Batt 5: EOCV [0.01 V]
"End-of-charge voltage": Battery voltage when charging changes
to trickle charging. The energy storage device is then charged up
to 100 %.
Unsigned16
Batt 5: Charge current [1 mA]
Charge current: Current magnitude used to charge the connected
battery modules during the constant charging process.
Unsigned16
Batt 5: Battery capacity [0.1 Ah]
Battery capacity: Total battery capacity of all energy storage devices connected to the SITOP UPS1600.
Unsigned16
Batt 5: Stop buffering voltage
[0.01 V]
Stop buffering voltage: Buffer operation is exited if the battery
voltage is below this value.
Unsigned16
Batt 5: Battery type
Battery type
Unsigned8
Batt 5: Minimal temperature [1 °C]
Lowest specified operating temperature of the battery module
being used SITOP UPS1100.
Signed8
Batt 5: Maximal temperature [1 °C]
Highest specified operating temperature of the battery module
being used SITOP UPS1100.
Signed8
Fill byte(s)
-
3xUnsigned8
Batt 5: Order number
Order number (Article number).
VisibleString(30)
Batt 5: Serial number
Serial number
VisibleString(30)
Batt 5: Manufacturing date
Manufacturing date
VisibleString(30)
Batt 5: Version number
Version number
VisibleString(50)
Batt 6: Standby time [1 s]
Standby time.
Unsigned32
Batt 6 Buffer time [1 s]
Required buffer time, after which the SITOP UPS1600 shuts down
in the buffer mode.
Unsigned32
Batt 6 Total charging current
[1 mA]
Total charge current (battery-specific data): Total charge within the Unsigned32
service lifetime of the SITOP UPS1600.
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Description
Data type
Batt 6: Total culled current [1 mAh]
Total charge level used (battery-specific data): Time, in which the
battery is connected to the SITOP UPS1600 and power was
drawn.
Unsigned32
Batt 6: EOCV [0.01 V]
"End-of-charge voltage": Battery voltage when charging changes
to trickle charging. The energy storage device is then charged up
to 100 %.
Unsigned16
Batt 6: Charge current [1 mA]
Charge current: Current magnitude used to charge the connected
battery modules during the constant charging process.
Unsigned16
Batt 6: Battery capacity [0.1 Ah]
Battery capacity: Total battery capacity of all energy storage devices connected to the SITOP UPS1600.
Unsigned16
Batt 6: Stop buffering voltage
[0.01 V]
Stop buffering voltage: Buffer operation is exited if the battery
voltage is below this value.
Unsigned16
Batt 6: Battery type
Battery type
Unsigned8
Batt 6: Minimal temperature [1 °C]
Lowest specified operating temperature of the battery module
being used SITOP UPS1100.
Signed8
Batt 6: Maximal temperature [1 °C]
Highest specified operating temperature of the battery module
being used SITOP UPS1100.
Signed8
Fill byte(s)
-
3xUnsigned8
Batt 6: Order number
Order number (Article number).
VisibleString(30)
Batt 6: Serial number
Serial number
VisibleString(30)
Batt 6: Manufacturing date
Manufacturing date
VisibleString(30)
Batt 6: Version number
Version number
VisibleString(50)
0x0006: Device information parameters (reading)
Data
Description
Data type
HW revision
Hardware version
Unsigned16
SW revision
Software release
Unsigned16
Boot loader version
Boot loader version
Unsigned16
Max output current [1 A]
Maximum output current
Unsigned8
Fill byte(s)
-
Unsigned8
MLFB/Order number
MLFB/order number (Article number)
VisibleString(30)
Serial number
Serial number
VisibleString(30)
Device name
Device name
VisibleString(30)
Version number
Version number
VisibleString(50)
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0x0007: Hardware setting parameters (reading)
Data
Description
Data type
Buffer time [1 s]
Buffer time: After the selected buffer time has expired, the
SITOP UPS1600 switches off the load output. The actual buffer
time that can be achieved depends on the connected loads and
energy storage devices.
Unsigned16
Buffer threshold [0.01 V]
Connection threshold: Switching voltage for buffering. Buffering is
active below this value.
Unsigned16
Buffering allowed
Activate or deactivate buffer operation. The setting is only accepted in operating mode Remote Enable (REN) of the
SITOP UPS1600.
Unsigned8
Enable reset
Enable reset: If, during buffer operation, the input voltage becomes available again, then the output of the SITOP UPS1600 is
switched off for a selectable time in order to reset connected
loads.
Unsigned8
Start from battery
Start from battery: Setting at the signal terminal for function "Start
from battery".
Unsigned8
Selected battery profile
Profile of the selected battery: The battery charging behavior is set Unsigned8
at the signal terminals. The setting is only used, if the
SITOP UPS1600 is not in the "Remote Enable" (REN) mode
0x0008: Buffering parameters (reading/writing)
Data
Description
Data type
Expected buffer current [0.1 Ah]
from V2.0 and higher
Expected buffer current: Estimated average load current during
buffer operation.
Unsigned16
0x0009: Maintenance parameters (reading/writing)
Data
Description
Data type
Resistor test interval [1 h] from
V2.1
R test interval
Unsigned16
0x0020: State information (reading)
Data
Description
Data type
Remaining buffer time [1 s]
Probable remaining buffer time. The remaining buffer time is calculated based on the present battery charge and the average
current over a 10 minute period.
Unsigned32
Total operating time [1 h]
Total operating time.
Unsigned32
Total calculated battery capacity
[0.1 Ah]
Total calculated battery capacity
Unsigned16
Calculated battery 1 capacity
[0.1 Ah]
Battery 1: Calculated battery capacity.
Unsigned16
Calculated battery 2 capacity
[0.1 Ah]
Battery 2: Calculated battery capacity.
Unsigned16
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Data
Description
Data type
Calculated battery 3 capacity
[0.1 Ah]
Battery 3: Calculated battery capacity.
Unsigned16
Calculated battery 4 capacity
[0.1 Ah]
Battery 4: Calculated battery capacity.
Unsigned16
Calculated battery 5 capacity
[0.1 Ah]
Battery 5: Calculated battery capacity.
Unsigned16
Calculated battery 6 capacity
[0.1 Ah]
Battery 6: Calculated battery capacity.
Unsigned16
Input voltage [0.01 V]
Input voltage: Measured rms value of the supply voltage at the
input of the SITOP UPS1600.
Unsigned16
Input current [5 mA]
Current measured at the input of the SITOP UPS1600.
Unsigned16
Output voltage [0.01 V]
Voltage measured at the output of the SITOP UPS1600.
Unsigned16
Load current [5 mA]
Load current measured at the output of the SITOP UPS1600.
Unsigned16
Measured charge current [1 mA]
Measured battery charge current of the SITOP UPS1600.
Unsigned16
Battery voltage [0.01 V]
Measured battery voltage of the connected battery modules.
Unsigned16
Output current [5 mA]
Load current measured at the output of the SITOP UPS1600.
Unsigned16
Charge voltage [0.01 V]
Voltage used to charge the batteries during the constant charging
process.
Unsigned16
Fill byte(s)
-
3 x Unsigned8
Valid configuration
Valid configuration: Indicates whether the software parameters or Unsigned8
the parameters at the rotary switches are used. The corresponding
setting should be made at the rotary switch for the buffer threshold.
Number of batteries
Number of connected battery modules. Here, only the
SITOP UPS1100 battery modules (coded batteries) are counted.
Unsigned8
Fill byte(s)
-
7 x Unsigned8
Battery 1 change recommended
Battery 1: Battery replacement recommended: The battery capaci- Unsigned8
ty is not sufficient for the defined buffer time.
Battery 2 change recommended
Battery 2: Battery replacement recommended: The battery capaci- Unsigned8
ty is not sufficient for the defined buffer time.
Battery 3 change recommended
Battery 3: Battery replacement recommended: The battery capaci- Unsigned8
ty is not sufficient for the defined buffer time.
Battery 4 change recommended
Battery 4: Battery replacement recommended: The battery capaci- Unsigned8
ty is not sufficient for the defined buffer time.
Battery 5 change recommended
Battery 5: Battery replacement recommended: The battery capaci- Unsigned8
ty is not sufficient for the defined buffer time.
Battery 6 change recommended
Battery 6: Battery replacement recommended: The battery capaci- Unsigned8
ty is not sufficient for the defined buffer time.
Battery 1 Connection Fault
Battery1: Connection fault
Unsigned8
Battery 2 Connection Fault
Battery2: Connection fault
Unsigned8
Battery 3 Connection Fault
Battery3: Connection fault
Unsigned8
Battery 4 Connection Fault
Battery4: Connection fault
Unsigned8
Battery 5 Connection Fault
Battery5: Connection fault
Unsigned8
Battery 6 Connection Fault
Battery6: Connection fault
Unsigned8
Battery 1 temperature [1 °C]
Battery 1: Battery temperature
Integer8
Battery 2 temperature [1 °C]
Battery 2: Battery temperature
Integer8
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Data
Description
Data type
Battery 3 temperature [1 °C]
Battery 3: Battery temperature
Integer8
Battery 4 temperature [1 °C]
Battery 4: Battery temperature
Integer8
Battery 5 temperature [1 °C]
Battery 5: Battery temperature
Integer8
Battery 6 temperature [1 °C]
Battery 6: Battery temperature
Integer8
Device temperature [1 °C]
Temperature in the housing
Integer8
Device temperature
Status of LEDs 1 to 4 for the SITOP UPS1600
Unsigned8
0x0040: Identification value parameters (reading/writing)
Data
Description
Data type
Contact
Name of the contact person. You can change the name to suit
your requirements (maximum 22 characters).
VisibleString(40)
VisibleString(64)
from V2.1
Location
Location designation: Indicates the unique location of the
SITOP UPS1600 (max. 22 characters).
VisibleString(40)
VisibleString(44)
from V2.1
0x0041: Web server parameters (reading/writing)
Data
Description
Data type
WebserverEnabled
Enable/disable the web server of the SITOP UPS1600:
Unsigned8
AutoReloadEnabled from V2.1
ReloadTime from V2.1
AutoLogout from V2.1
•
0: disable
•
255. enable
Enable/disable automatic update:
•
0: disable
•
255. enable
Unsigned8
Update interval:
•
0: Off
•
5: 5s
•
10: 10s
•
20: 20s
•
30: 30s
•
60: 60s
Unsigned8
Enable/disable automatic logoff:
•
Unsigned8
0: disable
• 255. enable
When automatic logoff is activated, the logged on user ("Guest" or
"Admin") is automatically logged off when the SITOP UPS1600
web server is inactive for 15 minutes.
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Data
Description
Data type
HttpAccessEnable from V2.1
Enable/disable HTTP access:
Unsigned8
Fill byte(s) from V2.1
•
0: disable
•
255: enable
-
Unsigned8
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Troubleshooting
The help text provides further information about a pending alarm.
The Extended Error Type helps to interpret the alarms in self-programmed S7 function
blocks.
The maintenance specifies the severity of the alarm:
D = Diagnostics
MD = Maintenance Demanded
MR = Maintenance Required
Error
Type
Extended
Error Type
Maintenance
Alarm Text
Help Text
256
1
D
Software corrupted
Software has been corrupted - attempt to update the
software.
256
2
MR
Wrong checksum
Internal error: Communication disrupted
256
3
MR
Parameter corrupt
Attempting to write to an unknown or read-only
object.
256
4
MR
Unknown parameter
Attempting to set a parameter that is not known by
DC UPS.
256
5
MR
Wrong message length
Internal error: Communication disrupted
256
6
MR
Wrong parameter
Parameter value lies outside the valid range.
256
7
MR
Command not accepted
An incorrect command was sent to the DC UPS
256
8
MR
Communication error: Wrong Syntax error in command
length field
256
9
MR
Wrong request
Error in sent message: Unknown request sent.
256
10
MR
Cannot write to object
Attempting to write a parameter that is "read-only"
256
11
MR
Object pending
DC UPS cannot provide data for the requested
object.
256
12
MR
Battery not available
Attempting to access a battery that is not available.
Either the battery with the requested number was
never connected or communication with this battery
was interrupted.
256
13
MR
EEPROM write error
Saving DC UPS parameters failed. Device is defective.
256
14
MR
Unknown alarm
Internal error: Wrong parameter at execution of test
command.
256
15
MR
Command outside range
An incorrect command was sent to the DC-UPS.
256
16
MR
Software update is being
performed.
The command sent cannot be executed as long as
the program is running.
256
17
MR
No software update
Cannot execute the sent command because no
software update has been started.
256
18
MR
Wrong battery number
Attempting to retrieve data about a battery which
does not exist or is not connected.
256
19
MR
Wrong address
Wrong Flash address in software update - software
update file is corrupt.
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Error
Type
Extended
Error Type
Maintenance
Alarm Text
Help Text
256
20
MR
Write error
Cannot write to flash - hardware may be defective.
256
21
MR
Read error
Unable to read EEPROM. Device is defective.
256
22
MR
Wrong device ID
An attempt was made to update the software with
an update file that is not suitable for the DC PS.
256
23
MR
Corrupt data record
Error during software update - try to update the
software again.
256
24
MR
Wrong update
An attempt was made to update the software with
an invalid update file. The update file is probably too
old.
256
25
MR
Too much data
An entry in the software update cannot contain more
than 32 bytes of reference data.
256
26
D
Device failure
Device failure
257
1
MD
Buffer mode not possible.
Buffer mode is not possible - check settings, cabling, fuse, and battery voltages
257
2
MD
Device temperature critical
(too high)
Device temperature is very high! Ensure adequate
cooling or disconnect unnecessary loads.
257
3
MD
Device temperature critical
(too low)
Device temperature is very low! Ensure a higher
ambient temperature.
257
4
D
High-resistance connection
to battery.
High-resistance connection to battery - check the
battery power cables.
257
5
D
Connection to battery interrupted.
Connection to battery interrupted - check connection
and fuse.
257
6
MD
Unknown battery
Data from the battery cannot be read correctly.
Battery is defective or not supported by SIEMENS.
257
7
MR
Overcurrent
Output current of DC UPS is too high. Output is
switched off for 20 s The output is switched on
again after 20 s.
257
12
MR
Reset executed.
Input voltage at DC UPS was OK again before the
buffer time expired. Connected devices are reset by
switching off the DC UPS outputs for the configured
time.
257
13
MR
Battery test
Battery "State of Health" tests (SoH) are performed.
The output of the DC UPS is connected to the battery in order to determine the actual battery capacity.
257
15
MR
Input voltage is too high
Input voltage exceeds 30 V. DC UPS is not operational.
257
16
MD
Surplus battery
More than 6 batteries are connected. Connect a
maximum of 6 batteries to the Energy Storage Link.
257
17
D
DC UPS parameters corrupt. DC UPS parameters corrupt - attempt to update the
software.
257
18
D
Device overtemperature
Output and battery charging is switched off to prevent damage to the device.
257
19
MR
Battery SoH test
Battery "State of Health" tests (SoH) are performed.
257
20
MR
Low voltage mode
Input voltage of DC UPS is too low. DC UPS is not
ready for buffering.
257
21
MR
Buffering
Device is in the buffer mode.
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Error
Type
Extended
Error Type
Maintenance
Alarm Text
Help Text
257
24
F
Wrong battery polarity
Wrong battery polarity - check battery connections.
257
25
MD
Reserve
257
26
MR
Insufficient charge level
257
27
MR
Deep discharge battery
Battery is deep discharged - no buffering possible.
258
1
D
Battery defective (battery
index: x)
Battery defective - check the fuse and the battery
voltages.
258
2
D
Battery deep discharged,
charging not possible (battery index: {1:d}).
Battery is deep discharged - replace battery.
258
3
MD
Battery temperature high
(battery index: {1:d}).
Battery temperature too high - battery life will be
shortened.
258
4
MD
Battery temperature low
(battery index: {1:d}).
Battery temperature too low - reduced output current
258
5
D
Communication error to
battery (battery index: {1:d}).
Communication with formerly known battery is no
longer possible - check communication.
258
7
D
Wrong battery configuration
(battery index: x).
Different battery types connected. Only batteries of
the same type can be operated together.
258
8
MD
Battery parameters corrupt
(battery index: {1:d}).
Battery defective - replace battery.
258
12
D
Fuse is defective (battery
index: x).
Fuse is defective.
Battery charge level presently too low to reach the
set buffer capacity.
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5.1
5
SITOP UPS1600
WARNING
Installing the device in a housing or a control cabinet
The SITOP UPS1600s are built-in units. They must be installed in a housing or control
cabinet where only qualified personnel have access.
The device can be mounted in a control cabinet on standard TH35×7.5/15 mounting rails
(according to EN 60715).
Mounting
To mount the device, position it with the mounting rail guide at the upper edge of the
standard mounting rail and press down to lock it into place. If this is too difficult, press slider
⑩ at the same time, as described under "Removal".
Removal
To remove, carefully open the slider ⑩ using a screwdriver or by hand (see Image 5-1
Removal (example 6EP4136-3AB00-2AY0) (Page 139)) and disengage the device at the
bottom edge of the standard mounting rail. Then you can remove the device from the upper
edge of the standard mounting rail.
Image 5-1
Removal (example 6EP4136-3AB00-2AY0)
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5.1.1
Signal connector
Mounting
Push connector on socket ④ in the housing.
Removal
To remove the signal connector, press the release lever (4b) (see Image 5-2
Mounting/removal: Signal connector (Page 140)) and then remove the connector.
Image 5-2
5.1.2
Mounting/removal: Signal connector
USB connector
For deployment in an explosion-endangered environment, a USB connector with strain relief
must be used.
Mounting
Push the connector onto the socket in the housing until the strain relief (6b) snaps into the
housing (6a).
Removal
To remove the USB connector, press to release the strain relief (6b) (see Image 5-3
Mounting/removal: USB connector (Page 140)) and then remove the connector.
Image 5-3
Mounting/removal: USB connector
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5.1.3
PROFINET/Ethernet connector
For use in a hazardous zone, a PROFINET/Ethernet connector with strain relief must be
used.
Mounting
Push the connector onto the socket in the housing until the strain relief (5b) snaps into the
housing (5a).
Removal
To remove the PROFINET/Ethernet connector, press to release the strain relief (5b) (see
Image 5-4 Mounting/removal: Ethernet (Page 141)) and then remove the connector.
Image 5-4
Mounting/removal: Ethernet
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5.2
SITOP UPS1100
WARNING
Mounting the device in a housing or a control cabinet
The SITOP UPS1100 battery modules are built-in units. They must be mounted in a
housing or control cabinet where only qualified personnel have access.
All devices are suitable for direct wall mounting.
Devices 6EP4131-0GB00-0AY0 (1.2 Ah), 6EP4132-0GB00-0AY0 (2.5 Ah), 6EP41330GB00-0AY0 (3.2 Ah) and 6EP4133-0JB00-0AY0 (5 Ah) can also be snapped onto a
standard mounting rail TH35×15 (EN 60715), and device 6EP4131-0GB00-0AY0 (1.2 Ah)
also onto a standard mounting rail TH35×7.5 (EN 60715).
The lower part of the control cabinet or the coolest location in the control cabinet should be
chosen as mounting location.
Mounting
See Chapter Dimensions and weight for the holes for wall mounting SITOP UPS1100
(Page 36).
To mount the device on a standard mounting rail, place it with the standard mounting rail
guide at the upper edge of the standard mounting rail and snap it in downwards. If this is too
difficult, push the device downwards while pressing on the rail as described for "Removal".
Note
The fuses should be inserted in the fuse holder only when commissioning the device
(charged batteries).
Removal
To remove the device, pull it forcibly downwards while removing it from the lower edge of the
standard mounting rail (see Image 5-5 Removal (example 6EP4133-0GB00-0AY0 (3,2 Ah))
(Page 143)). Then you can remove the device from the upper edge of the standard mounting
rail.
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Image 5-5
Removal (example 6EP4133-0GB00-0AY0 (3,2 Ah))
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6.1
SITOP UPS1600
6.1.1
Standard mounting position
6
The device is designed for mounting on standard EN 60715 35×7.5/15 mounting rails. The
device must be mounted vertically to ensure proper cooling, and with the input terminals and
output terminals at the bottom.
A clearance of at least 50 mm should be maintained above and below the device.
No clearance is required at the side.
Output current as a function of the ambient temperature
Image 6-1
6EP4134-3AB00-... : Output current in the standard mounting position
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6.1 SITOP UPS1600
6.1.2
Image 6-2
6EP4136-3AB00-... : Output current in the standard mounting position
Image 6-3
6EP4137-3AB00-... : Output current in the standard mounting position
Other mounting positions
Not released.
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6.2 SITOP UPS1100
6.2
SITOP UPS1100
6.2.1
Standard mounting position
The device is suitable for the direct wall mounting. Devices 6EP4131-0GB00-0AY0 (1.2 Ah),
6EP4132-0GB00-0AY0 (2.5 Ah), 6EP4133-0GB00-0AY0 (3.2 Ah) and 6EP4133-0JB000AY0 (5 Ah) can also be snapped onto a standard mounting rail TH35×15 (EN 60715), and
device 6EP4131-0GB00-0AY0 (1.2 Ah), also onto a standard mounting rail TH35×7.5
(EN 60715). It should also be mounted at the coolest point in the control cabinet (e.g. in the
lower part of the control cabinet). The device must be mounted vertically in such a way that
the terminals are at the bottom.
No clearance is required at the side.
6.2.2
Other mounting positions
Note
In the case of mounting positions that deviate from the standard mounting position, reduced
mechanical resistance of the devices against vibration and shock must be expected.
Particularly when installing on a vertically fastened standard mounting rail, additional
measures may be required, e.g. to prevent the device from slipping on the rail.
All mounting positions have been released, except the following:
For UPS1100 1.2 Ah: Mounting position (2) (see the following diagram)
all other UPS1100: Mounting position (5) (see the following diagram)
Image 6-4
Mounting positions forbidden for the UPS1100
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6.3 Altitude derating
6.3
Altitude derating
Output current as a function of the altitude derating
Image 6-5
Altitude derating
Details see chapter Environmental conditions (Page 169)
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Note
When installing the devices, the relevant country-specific regulations must be complied with.
The 24 V supply voltage must be SELV in accordance with EN60950-1 and EN50178.
Only qualified personnel are allowed to install the device/system and set it into operation.
The connections must not be attached or detached during operation.
Note
for SITOP UPS1100
The self-discharge rate of the batteries is approx. 3%/month for a temperature of 20° C. This
value is temperature dependent and becomes more unfavorable for an increasing
temperature, and more favorable for a decreasing temperature.
The fuses should only be inserted in the fuse holder when commissioning the device.
SITOP UPS1100 1.2 Ah is only recommended in conjunction with SITOP UPS1600 10 A.
SITOP UPS1100 2.5 Ah, 3.2 Ah and 5 Ah are only recommended in conjunction with
SITOP UPS1600 10 A and 20 A.
When using battery modules without Energy Storage Link, it must be ensured that the
selected batteries match the data of the UPS1600 (static and dynamic load current, charge
current).
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7.1 Connecting the SITOP UPS1600 at its input
Image 7-1
7.1
Wiring
Connecting the SITOP UPS1600 at its input
SITOP UPS1600 is designed to be connected to a 24 V DC supply. The 24 V supply voltage
must be SELV in accordance with EN60950-1 and EN50178.
Image 7-2
Input side connection
The 24 V power supply is connected at the "IN+", and "IN-" ① terminals (see Image 7-2
Input side connection (Page 150)).
Cables must be used that are suitable for at least 90 °C (only for applications for UL508).
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7.2
Connecting the SITOP UPS1600 at its output
The output of the SITOP UPS1600 is no-load, overload and short-circuit proof. If an overload
occurs, the electronic current limiting function limits the output current to a maximum value
(see Section Technical data (Page 155)).
Image 7-3
Output-side connection
The output voltage is connected at the "OUT+" and "OUT–" ② terminals (see Image 7-3
Output-side connection (Page 151)). Ensure that the output cables are dimensioned
correctly for the maximum output current rms value and fused accordingly.
The deployed cables must be suitable for temperatures of at least 90° C. (only for
applications for UL508)
7.3
Connecting the BAT SITOP UPS1600
Image 7-4
BAT connection
The "BAT+" and "BAT-" ③ connections (see Image 7-4 BAT connection (Page 151)) are
used to connect the SITOP UPS1600 with one or more SITOP UPS1100 battery modules.
Ensure that the cables are dimensioned correctly for the maximum output current rms value
of the SITOP UPS1600.
For wiring, see Image 7-1 Wiring (Page 150).
Cables must be used that are suitable for at least 90 °C (only for applications for UL508).
Maximum cable length 3 m
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7.4 USB interface
7.4
USB interface
Maximum USB cable length 5 m
7.5
PROFINET/Ethernet connection
Maximum length of the PROFINET/Ethernet cable 100 m (90 m BASIC- Link plus 2 x 5 m
CHANNEL- Link)
7.6
SITOP UPS1100 connections
Connections 1.2 Ah/2.5 Ah/3.2 Ah/5 Ah
Connections 7/12 Ah
Connection X1 ①
The connections "X1+" and "X1-" are used to transfer power between the SITOP UPS1600
and the SITOP UPS1100.
1. Ensure that the cables are dimensioned corresponding to the fuses in the
SITOP UPS1100 and the impedances between SITOP UPS1600 and SITOP UPS1100
are the same.
2. Only connect charged batteries with one another.
Connection X2 ②
Connections "X2-1" and "X2-2" serve to transfer data between SITOP UPS1600 and
SITOP UPS1100 (see Image 7-1 Wiring (Page 150)).
When several battery modules are used, note the following:
● Up to 6 battery modules of the same type can be connected together in parallel.
● If different battery modules are connected in parallel, relay 2 flashes (battery defective).
No calculations with regard to charge and remaining buffer time are performed. The
battery modules are not charged, but buffering is possible.
● If more than six battery modules are connected in parallel, relay 2 flashes (battery
defective). No calculations with regard to charge and remaining buffer time are
performed. Charging and buffering, however, is possible.
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7.7 Maintenance
7.7
Maintenance
7.7.1
Battery
SITOP UPS1100 devices contain 2 maintenance-free batteries.
Device type
Battery type
6EP4131-0GB00-0AY0 (1.2 Ah)
YUASA NP1,2-12
6EP4132-0GB00-0AY0 (2.5 Ah)
Hawker Energy CYCLON 0810-0075 2.5-12
6EP4133-0GB00-0AY0 (3.2 Ah)
YUASA NP3,2-12 or B.B.Battery BP3,6-12
6EP4133-0JB00-0AY0 (5 Ah)
NEC ALM12V7s
6EP4134-0GB00-0AY0 (7 Ah)
YUASA NP7-12 or B.B.Battery BP7-12
6EP4135-0GB00-0AY0 (12 Ah)
YUASA NP12-12 or B.B.Battery BP12-12
When replacing the batteries, always use batteries with the same batch number
(approximately the same charge state).
The rechargeable batteries must be disposed of, discharged according to the applicable
regulations.
When storing, installing and operating the buffer batteries, the regulations of VDE 0510 Part
2 / EN 50272-2 or the applicable national regulations must be observed.
The self-discharge rate of the batteries is approx. 3%/month for a temperature of 20° C. This
value is temperature dependent and becomes more unfavorable for an increasing
temperature, and more favorable for a decreasing temperature.
7.7.2
Battery replacement
See Image 7-5 Maintenance (Page 154) and Image 7-6 Wiring schematic (Page 154)
1. Remove the screws ⑨ using a Torx T10 screwdriver.
2. Open the cover.
3. Press button ⑧ for at least 2 s.
LED ④ flashes
4. Remove fuse ③
5. Replace the batteries.
6. Press the button for at least 2 s
LED ④ stops flashing and lights continuously.
7. Insert the fuse.
8. Close the cover (screw).
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Pressing the button resets the following functions:
● Operating hours counter
● Buffer time counter
● Summed charge current
● Summed load current
● Calculated capacity
Note
Replace the battery only in normal operation, not in backup operation.
Image 7-5
Maintenance
Image 7-6
Wiring schematic
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Technical data
Note
Technical data apply for a rated input voltage, rated load and 25 °C ambient temperature if
nothing else is specified.
8.1
Input
8.1.1
SITOP UPS1600
6EP4134-3AB00- ... (10 A)
Input voltage Uin rated/
range
6EP4136-3AB00- ... (20 A)
6EP4137-3AB00- ... (40 A)
24 V DC/21 - 29 V
Connection threshold for 22.5 V DC ± 3% (factory setting),
buffering
setting range: 21 V DC , 21.5 V DC , 22 V DC, 22.5 V DC, 23 V DC, 24 V DC, 25 V DC or via
software.
• Remark
The connection threshold must be at least 0.5 V lower than the input voltage
(measured at the input terminal under load).
After reaching the minimum input voltage at the DC UPS module, the module cannot buffer for
a maximum of 1.5 seconds.
Input current Iin rated
Approx. 14 A
at the maximum charge current (3 A)
Reverse polarity protection
Yes
Approx. 25 A
at the maximum charge current (4 A)
Approx. 46 A
at the maximum charge current (5 A)
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8.1 Input
8.1.2
SITOP UPS1100
Charge current: For one connected battery module the max. charge current is 0.3C A, for
several battery modules connected in parallel, the charge current is 0.3C A multiplied by the
number of batteries connected in parallel, however, limited by the maximum permissible
charge current of the UPS1600 (see Chapter 8.2.1).
Recommended end-of-charge voltage (standby use), dependent on the battery temperature
6EP4131-0GB00- ... (1.2 Ah)
6EP4133-0GB00- ... (3.2 Ah)
6EP4134-0GB00- ... (7 Ah)
6EP4135-0GB00- ... (12 Ah)
6EP4132-0GB00- ... (2.5 Ah)
6EP4133-0JB00- ... (5 Ah)
at -10 C
-
29.0 V
29.28 V
at 0 C
-
28.6 V
29.52 V
at 10 C
27.8 V
28.3 V
29.16 V
at 20 C
27.3 V
27.9 V
28.8 V
at 30 C
26.8 V
27.5 V
28.8 V
at 40 C
26.6 V
27.2 V
28.8 V
at 50 C
-
26.8 V
27.8 V
at 60 C
-
26.4 V
-
See also
SITOP UPS1600 (Page 157)
Output (Page 157)
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8.2 Output
8.2
Output
8.2.1
SITOP UPS1600
6EP4134-3AB00- ... (10 A)
6EP4136-3AB00- ... (20 A)
6EP4137-3AB00- ... (40 A)
Output voltage with normal
operation
Input voltage Uin approx. - 0.2 V
Output voltage for buffer
mode
27 V DC (no-load); 24 V (50 % rated battery current);
Power-up characteristics
Start delay < 1 s
Typical voltage increase: < 60 ms
Output +BAT/-BAT for normal operation
I-U charging characteristic (initially fast charge current, then charge retention).
•
Remark
22 V (100 % rated battery current); 18.5 V (deep discharge protection)
For one connected battery module the max. charge current is 0.3C A, for several battery
modules connected in parallel, the charge current is 0.3C A multiplied by the number of
batteries connected in parallel, however, limited by the maximum permissible charge current of the UPS1600.
End-of-charge voltage
Automatic temperature-controlled setting with the SITOP UPS1100 battery modules
Output current – rated value
10 A
20 A
40 A
Power boost for 30 ms
30 A
60 A
120 A
Extra power for 5 s/min
15 A
30 A
60 A
•
Remark
Charge current
•
Remark
When using the UPS1100 5 Ah, Extra Power is permissible for 1 s/min.
Max. 3 A
Automatic setting for
UPS1100; otherwise 0.3 A,
0.8 A or 3 A can be selected
(by software or jumper (see
Table 2-5 Charge current
(Page 26)))
Max. 4 A
Automatic setting for
UPS1100; otherwise 0.8 A,
1.75 A, 4 A can be selected
(by software or jumper (see
Table 2-5 Charge current
(Page 26)))
Max. 5 A
Automatic setting for
UPS1100; otherwise 0.8 A,
1.75 A, 4 A can be selected
(by software or jumper (see
Table 2-5 Charge current
(Page 26)))
The charge current can be automatically reduced if the charge current plus the load current
at the UPS1600 results in an overload of the feeding power supply.
The charge current can also be reduced if the ambient temperature of the UPS1600 is
higher than 40 °C - or if the input voltage at the UPS1600 is less than 24 V.
Derating:
10 A: 3 A→2 A
20 A: 4 A→3 A
40 A: 5 A→3 A
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8.3 Backup times
8.2.2
SITOP UPS1100
6EP41310GB00... (1.2 Ah)
6EP41320GB00... (2.5 Ah)
6EP41330GB00... (3.2 Ah)
6EP41330JB00... (5 Ah)
6EP41340GB00... (7 Ah)
6EP41350GB00... (12 Ah)
Output voltage
rated value
24 V DC
Output voltage
range
22 - 27 V DC
22 - 27 V DC
22 - 27 V DC
22 - 28.8 V DC
22 - 27 V DC
22 - 27 V DC
Output current
rated value
10 A
20 A
20 A
20 A
40 A
40 A
Power boost
for 30 ms
30 A
60 A
60 A
60 A
120 A
120 A
Extra Power for 15 A
5 s/min
30 A
30 A
-
60 A
60 A
Extra Power for 1 s/min
-
-
30 A
-
-
Battery fuse
(plug-in)
25 A / 32 V
25 A / 32 V
25 A/32 V
2 × 25 A/32 V
2 × 25 A/32 V
6EP41340GB00-
6EP41350GB00-
... (7 Ah)
... (12 Ah)
8.3
Output current
15 A / 32 V
Backup times
6EP41310GB00-
6EP41320GB00-
6EP41330GB00-
... (1.2 Ah)
... (2.5 Ah)
... (3.2 Ah)
6EP41330JB00... (5 Ah)
1A
34 minutes
1.7 h
2.5 h
5.2 h
5.4 h
10.3 h
2A
11 minutes
54.6 minutes
1h
2.5 h
2.6 h
4.8 h
3A
9 minutes
32.9 minutes
39 minutes
1.7 h
1.6 h
3h
4A
6 min
20.6 minutes
27 minutes
1.25 h
1.2 h
2.3 h
6A
3.5 minutes
14.3 minutes
17.5 minutes
50.6 minutes
41 minutes
1.4 h
8A
2 minutes
10.5 minutes
12 minutes
37.8 minutes
28 minutes
1h
10 A
1 minute
7.2 minutes
9 minutes
30.2 minutes
22 minutes
48.6 minutes
12 A
-
6 minutes
7 minutes
25.1 minutes
17 minutes
40.3 minutes
14 A
-
4.5 minutes
5 minutes
21.6 minutes
15 minutes
33.6 minutes
16 A
-
4.1 minutes
4 minutes
18.8 minutes
12.5 minutes
26 minutes
20 A
-
2.9 minutes
1 minute
12.9 minutes
9 minutes
19.6 minutes
30 A
-
-
-
-
4.6 min
12.1 min
40 A
-
--
-
-
2.8 min
8.5 min
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8.4 Efficiency
8.4
Table 8- 1
Efficiency
SITOP UPS1600
6EP4134-3AB00-0AY0 (10 A)
6EP4134-3AB00-2AY0 (10 A)
6EP4134-3AB00-1AY0 (10 A)
Efficiency at Uin rated, Iout rated, approx.
97.5 %
97.3 %
Power loss at Uin rated, Iout rated, approx.
6W
7W
6EP4136-3AB00-0AY0 (20 A)
6EP4136-3AB00-2AY0 (20 A)
6EP4136-3AB00-1AY0 (20 A)
Efficiency at Uin rated, Iout rated, approx.
97.7 %
97.5 %
Power loss at Uin rated, Iout rated, approx.
10 W
11 W
6EP4137-3AB00-0AY0 (40 A)
6EP4137-3AB00-2AY0 (40 A)
6EP4137-3AB00-1AY0 (40 A)
Efficiency at Uin rated, Iout rated, approx.
98.5 %
98.3 %
Power loss at Uin rated, Iout rated, approx.
15 W
17 W
8.5
Table 8- 2
Protection and monitoring
SITOP UPS1600
Current limitation
6EP4134-3AB00- ... (10 A)
6EP4136-3AB00- ... (20 A)
6EP4137-3AB00- ... (40 A)
30 A
60 A
120 A
Typ.
•
Remark
Power boost with 300 % Iout rated Power boost with 300 % Iout rated Power boost with 300 % Iout rated
for typ. 30 ms
for typ. 30 ms
for typ. 30 ms
Short-circuit protection
Shutdown after 30 ms
Reverse polarity
protection
With respect to the input voltage Uin and with respect to batteries
Overload/short-circuit Yes, restart in normal operation
indicator
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8.6 MTBF
Table 8- 3
SITOP UPS1100
6EP41310GB00... (1.2 Ah)
Short-circuit
protection
Yes, fuse
Reverse
polarity protection
Yes
8.6
6EP41320GB00... (2.5 Ah)
6EP41330GB00... (3.2 Ah)
6EP41330JB00... (5 Ah)
6EP41340GB00... (7 Ah)
6EP41350GB00... (12 Ah)
MTBF
6EP4134-3AB00-... (10 A)
6EP4136-3AB00-... (20 A)
6EP4137-3AB00-... (40 A)
Mean Time Between Failures
SN29500: >320000 hours at 40 °C, rated load, 24-h operation
8.7
Mechanical system
8.7.1
SITOP UPS1600
Table 8- 4
SITOP UPS1600 10 A / 20 A
6EP4134-3AB00- ... (10 A)
... -0AY0
... -1AY0
6EP4136-3AB00- ... (20 A)
... -2AY0
... -0AY0
... -1AY0
... -2AY0
Connection system
Screw-type terminal
Connections / DC input
IN+, IN-: 1 screw terminal each for 0.2 - 6 (4) mm² solid (finely stranded)
Connections / DC output
OUT+, OUT-: 1 screw terminal each for 0.2 - 6 (4) mm² solid (finely stranded)
Connections / BAT
BAT+, BAT-: 1 screw terminal each for 0.2 - 6 (4) mm² solid (finely stranded)
Connections / signal connector
X2 (1...14): 1 screw terminal each for 0.2 - 1.5 mm² solid/finely stranded
Width of the housing
50 mm
50 mm
50 mm
50 mm
50 mm
50 mm
Height of the housing
138.7 mm
138.7 mm
138.7 mm
138.7 mm
138.7 mm
138.7 mm
Depth of the housing
125 mm
125 mm
125 mm
125 mm
125 mm
125 mm
Installation width
50 mm
50 mm
50 mm
50 mm
50 mm
50 mm
Mounting height
238.7 mm
238.7 mm
238.7 mm
238.7 mm
238.7 mm
238.7 mm
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6EP4134-3AB00- ... (10 A)
6EP4136-3AB00- ... (20 A)
... -0AY0
... -1AY0
... -2AY0
... -0AY0
... -1AY0
... -2AY0
Weight, approx.
0.38 kg
0.4 kg
0.44 kg
0.39 kg
0.41 kg
0.45 kg
Product feature /
of the housing /
housing that can be lined
up next to one another
Yes
Type of mounting /
wall mounting
No
Type of mounting / rail
mounting
Yes
Type of mounting /
S7-300 rail mounting
No
Mounting
Can be snapped onto standard TH35x7,5/15 mounting rails (EN 60715)
Table 8- 5
SITOP UPS1600 40 A
6EP4137-3AB00- ... (40 A)
... -0AY0
... -1AY0
... -2AY0
Connection system
Screw-type terminal
Connections / DC input
IN+, IN-: 1 screw terminal each for 0.5 - 16 (4) mm² solid (finely stranded)
Connections / DC output
OUT+, OUT-: 1 screw terminal each for 0.5 - 16 (4) mm² solid (finely stranded)
Connections / BAT
BAT+, BAT-: 1 screw terminal each for 0.5 - 16 (4) mm² solid (finely stranded)
Connections / signal connector
X2 (1 - 14): 1 screw terminal each for 0.2 - 1.5 mm² solid/finely stranded
Width of the housing
70 mm
70 mm
70 mm
Height of the housing
138.7 mm
138.7 mm
138.7 mm
Depth of the housing
150 mm
150 mm
150 mm
Installation width
70 mm
70 mm
70 mm
Mounting height
238.7 mm
238.7 mm
238.7 mm
Weight, approx.
0.65 Kg
0.65 Kg
0.7 kg
Product feature /
of the housing /
housing that can be lined
up next to one another
Yes
Type of mounting /
wall mounting
No
Type of mounting /
rail mounting
Yes
Type of mounting /
S7-300 rail mounting
No
Mounting
Can be snapped onto standard TH35x7,5/15 mounting rails (EN 60715)
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8.7.2
Table 8- 6
SITOP UPS1100
SITOP UPS1100 1.2 Ah / 2.5 Ah / 3.2 Ah
6EP4131-0GB00... (1.2 Ah)
6EP4132-0GB00... (2.5 Ah)
6EP4133-0GB00... (3.2 Ah)
Connection system
Screw-type terminal
Connections / DC input
X1-1, X1-2: 1 screw terminal each for 0.2 - 6 (4) mm² solid (finely stranded)
Connections / signal terminal
X2-1, X2-2: 1 screw terminal each for 0.14 - 4 (2.5) mm² solid (finely stranded)
Width of the housing
89 mm
265 mm
190 mm
Height of the housing
130.3 mm
115 mm
169.3 mm
Depth of the housing
106.7 mm
76 mm
78.7 mm
Installation width
89 mm
265 mm
190 mm
Mounting height
145.3 mm
130 mm
184.3 mm
Weight, approx.
1.9 kg
3.7 kg
3.8 kg
Product feature /
of the housing /
housing that can be lined up
next to one another
Yes
Type of mounting /
wall mounting
Yes
Type of mounting / rail mount- Yes
ing
Type of mounting /
S7-300 rail mounting
No
Mounting
Wall mounting, can be
snapped onto standard
TH35x7,5/15 mounting rails
(EN 60715)
Table 8- 7
Wall mounting, can be snapped onto standard TH35x15
mounting rails (EN 60715)
SITOP UPS1100 7 Ah / 12 Ah
6EP4133-0JB00- ... (5 Ah)
6EP4134-0GB00- ... (7 Ah)
Connection system
Screw-type terminal
Screw-type terminal
6EP4135-0GB00- ... (12 Ah)
Connections / DC input
X1-1, X1-2: 1 screw terminal X1-1, X1-2: 1 screw terminal each for 0.2 - 16 mm² soleach for 0.2 - 6 (4) mm² solid id/finely stranded
(finely stranded)
Connections / signal terminal X2-1, X2-2: 1 screw terminal
each for 0.14 - 4 (2.5) mm²
solid (finely stranded)
X2-1, X2-2: 1 screw terminal each for 0.14 - 4 (2.5) mm²
solid (finely stranded)
Width of the housing
189 mm
186 mm
253 mm
Height of the housing
186 mm
186 mm
186 mm
Depth of the housing
112.7 mm
110.3 mm
110 mm
Installation width
189 mm
186 mm
253 mm
Mounting height
201 mm
201 mm
201 mm
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6EP4133-0JB00- ... (5 Ah)
6EP4134-0GB00- ... (7 Ah)
6EP4135-0GB00- ... (12 Ah)
Weight, approx.
3.4 kg
6.1 kg
9.3 kg
Product feature /
of the housing /
housing that can be lined up
next to one another
Yes
Yes
Type of mounting /
wall mounting
Yes
Yes
Type of mounting /
rail mounting
Yes
No
Type of mounting /
S7-300 rail mounting
No
No
Mounting
Wall mounting, can be
snapped onto standard
TH35x15 mounting rails
(EN 60715)
Wall mounting
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8.8 Dimension drawing
8.8
Dimension drawing
see Section Dimensions and weight (Page 34)
CAD data that can be downloaded from the Internet:
6EP4134-3AB00-0AY0
(http://www.automation.siemens.com/bilddb/index.aspx?objKey=G_KT01_XX_00813)
6EP4134-3AB00-1AY0
(http://www.automation.siemens.com/bilddb/index.aspx?objKey=G_KT01_XX_00816)
6EP4134-3AB00-2AY0
(http://www.automation.siemens.com/bilddb/index.aspx?objKey=G_KT01_XX_00819)
6EP4136-3AB00-0AY0
(http://www.automation.siemens.com/bilddb/index.aspx?objKey=G_KT01_XX_00810)
6EP4136-3AB00-1AY0
(http://www.automation.siemens.com/bilddb/index.aspx?objKey=G_KT01_XX_00807)
6EP4136-3AB00-2AY0
(http://www.automation.siemens.com/bilddb/index.aspx?objKey=G_KT01_XX_00804)
6EP4137-3AB00-0AY0
(http://www.automation.siemens.com/bilddb/index.aspx?objKey=G_KT01_XX_01019)
6EP4137-3AB00-1AY0
(http://www.automation.siemens.com/bilddb/index.aspx?objKey=G_KT01_XX_01022)
6EP4137-3AB00-2AY0
(http://www.automation.siemens.com/bilddb/index.aspx?objKey=G_KT01_XX_01025)
6EP4131-0GB00-0AY0
(http://www.automation.siemens.com/bilddb/index.aspx?objKey=G_KT01_XX_00829)
6EP4132-0GB00-0AY0
(http://www.automation.siemens.com/bilddb/index.aspx?objKey=G_KT01_XX_01013)
6EP4133-0GB00-0AY0
(http://www.automation.siemens.com/bilddb/index.aspx?objKey=G_KT01_XX_00832)
6EP4134-0GB00-0AY0
(http://www.automation.siemens.com/bilddb/index.aspx?objKey=G_KT01_XX_00835)
6EP4135-0GB00-0AY0
(http://www.automation.siemens.com/bilddb/index.aspx?objKey=G_KT01_XX_01016)
6EP4133-0JB00-0AY0
(http://www.automation.siemens.com/bilddb/index.aspx?objKey=G_KT01_XX_01105)
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9.1
9
Safety
6EP4134-3AB00- ..., 6EP4136-3AB00- ..., 6EP4137-3AB00- ...
6EP4131-0GB00- ..., 6EP4132-0GB00- ..., 6EP4133-0GB00- ..., 6EP4134-0GB00- ...,
6EP4135-0GB00- ..., 6EP4133-0JB00- ...
Protection class
Class III
Degree of protection
(EN 60529)
IP20
Test voltage
See Table 9-1 Test voltage (Page 166)
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9.2 Test voltage
9.2
Test voltage
Image 9-1
Test voltage diagram
Only applicable for UPS1600 with PROFINET (-2AY0).
Only the manufacturer can perform the type test and production test; users can also perform
the field test.
Preconditions for performing the field test:
Test (A)
● Connect the input, output, BAT and signaling contact with one another and measure with
respect to PE
Test (B)
● Connect all PROFINET cables and measure with respect to PE (input, output, BAT signal
connector and PE are connected with each other)
Table 9- 1
Test voltage
Type test
Production test
Field test
Test time
Input, output, BAT ↔ PE (A)
PROFINET ↔ PE (B)
60 s
700 V DC
2200 V DC
60 s
500 V AC
1500 V AC
1s
200 V DC
1s
140 V AC
1s
200 V DC
2200 V DC
1s
140 V AC
1500 V AC
Remark:
Tripping current for DC measurement: 0 mA
Tripping current for AC measurement: <100 mA
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9.3 Approvals
9.3
Approvals
6EP4134-3AB00- ...
6EP4131-0GB00-0AY0
6EP4136-3AB00- ...
6EP4132-0GB00-0AY0
6EP4137-3AB00- ...
6EP4133-0GB00-0AY0
6EP4133-0JB00-0AY0
6EP4134-0GB00-0AY0
6EP4135-0GB00-0AY0
CE marking
Yes, (2004/108/EG)
Yes, (2004/108/EG and 2006/66/EG)
UL/cUL approval
cULus-listed (UL 508, CSA 22.2 No. 107.1),
File E197259
cURus-Recognized (UL 1778, CSA C22.2 No.
107.1),
File E219627
Explosion protection
EPS 13 ATEX 1 607 X IECEx EPS 14.0063X II
3G Ex nA nC IIC T4 Gc cCSAus HazLoc Class
I, Div 2, Group A,B,C,D T4
EPS 13 ATEX 1 607 X IECEx EPS 14.0063X II
3G Ex nA IIC T4 Gc cCSAus HazLoc Class I,
Div 2, Group A,B,C,D T4 6EP4133-0JB000AY0: No explosion protection certification
CB certification
Yes, (IEC 60950-1)
Yes, (IEC 60950-1)
Marine approvals
GL
GL
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9.4
EMC
6EP4134-3AB00- ... (10 A)
6EP4133-0JB00-0AY0 (5 Ah)
6EP4136-3AB00- ... (20 A)
6EP4137-3AB00- ... (40 A)
6EP4131-0GB00-0AY0 (1.2 Ah)
6EP4132-0GB00-0AY0 (2.5 Ah)
6EP4133-0GB00-0AY0 (3.2 Ah)
6EP4134-0GB00-0AY0 (7 Ah)
6EP4135-0GB00-0AY0 (12 Ah)
Electrostatic discharge
EN 61000-4-2
6 kV contact, 8 kV air
Electromagnetic fields
EN 61000-4-3
80 - 1000 MHz 10 V/m
5 kV contact, 8 kV air
1400 - 2000 MHz 10 V/m
2000 - 2700 MHz 10 V/m
895 - 905 MHz and 1.89 GHz 10 V/m
High-speed transient disturbance
variables (burst)
EN 61000-4-4
2 kV at DC input/output
Surge voltages
EN 61000-4-5
500 V symmetrical/unsymmetrical at the DC input/output, 1 kV unsymmetrical at signal connections
High-frequency fields
EN 61000-4-6
10 V; 0.15 - 80 MHz
Magnetic fields
EN 61000-4-8
Not applicable
Emitted interference
EN 55022
Class B
Generic standards
EN 61000-6-2
Immunity for industrial environments
EN 61000-6-3
Emission for residential areas
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Environmental conditions
Table 10- 1
UPS1600
6EP4134-3AB00- ... (10 A)
Ambient temperature
6EP4136-3AB00- ... (20 A)
6EP4137-3AB00- ... (40 A)
-25 ... 70 °C for natural convec- -25 ... 60 °C for natural convec- -25 ... 60 °C for natural convection (self convection)
tion (self convection)
tion (self convection)
15 A (derating) at 60° ... 70° C
30 A (derating) at 60° ... 70° C
Tested according to:
•
EN 60068-2-1 cold
•
EN 60068-2-2 dry heat
•
EN 60068-2-78 humid heat, constant
•
EN 60068-2-14 temperature change
Remark: The service life of the UPS1100 battery modules (decrease to 50% of the original capacity) depends on the battery temperature, at approximately 20° C: 4 years, 30 °C: 2 years, 40 °C: 1
year
Transport and storage
temperature
-40 ... 85 °C
Tests (packed for shipping) according to:
•
EN 60068-2-1 cold
•
EN 60068-2-2 dry heat
•
EN 60068-2-30 humid heat, cyclic
Humidity class
Climatic class 3K3 according to EN 60721, 5 - 95 % no condensation
Degree of pollution
2
Mechanical
stress in operation
Tested according to:
Damaging gases
Air pressure
•
EN 60068-2-6 Vibration, test Fc:
3.5 mm deflection in the range 5 – 9 Hz
1 g acceleration in the range 9 – 150 Hz
•
EN 60068-2-27 shock, test Ea:
acceleration 150 m/s2 , test duration 11 ms
Tested according to:
•
EN 60068-2-42 sulfur dioxide
•
EN 60068-2-43 hydrogen sulfide
Operation:
•
1080 - 795 hPa (-1000 - 2000 m)
For operation at altitudes of 2000 m up to 6000 m above sea level:
output must be derated by -7.5% / 1000 m or
the ambient temperature must be reduced by 5 K / 1000 m
see Image 6-5 Altitude derating (Page 148)
Storage:
•
•
1080 - 660 hPa (-1000 - 3500 m)
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Table 10- 2
UPS1100
6EP4131-0GB00-0AY0
(1.2 Ah)
6EP4132-0GB00-0AY0
(2.5 Ah)
6EP4133-0JB00-0AY0
(5 Ah)
-40 ... 60 °C for natural convection
(self convection)
-20 ... 50 °C for natural convection
(self convection)
6EP4133-0GB00-0AY0
(3.2 Ah)
6EP4134-0GB00-0AY0
(7 Ah)
6EP4135-0GB00-0AY0
(12 Ah)
Ambient temperature
0 ... 40 °C for natural convection
(self convection)
1.2 / 3.2 / 7 Ah: From product version 3: -15 ... 50 °C
for natural convection
(self convection)
12 Ah: From product version
2: -15 ... 50 °C for natural
convection
(self convection)
Tested according to:
•
EN 60068-2-1 cold
•
EN 60068-2-2 dry heat
•
EN 60068-2-78 humid heat, constant
•
EN 60068-2-14 temperature change
Remark: The service life of the UPS1100 battery modules
(decrease to 50% of the original capacity) depends on the
battery temperature, at approximately 20° C: 4 years, 30 °C:
2 years, 40 °C: 1 year
Transport and storage temperature
-20 ... 50 °C
-40 ... 60 °C
-40 ... 60 °C
Tests (packed for shipping) according to:
•
EN 60068-2-1 cold
•
EN 60068-2-2 dry heat
•
EN 60068-2-30 humid heat, cyclic
Humidity class
Climatic class 3K3 according to EN 60721, without condensation
Degree of pollution
2
Mechanical stressing in
operation
Tested according to:
•
EN 60068-2-6 Vibration, test Fc:
3.5 mm deflection in the range 5 – 9 Hz
1 g acceleration in the range 9 – 150 Hz
•
EN 60068-2-27 shock, test Ea:
acceleration 150 m/s2 , test duration 11 ms
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6EP4131-0GB00-0AY0
(1.2 Ah)
6EP4132-0GB00-0AY0
(2.5 Ah)
6EP4133-0JB00-0AY0
(5 Ah)
6EP4133-0GB00-0AY0
(3.2 Ah)
6EP4134-0GB00-0AY0
(7 Ah)
6EP4135-0GB00-0AY0
(12 Ah)
Damaging gases
Air pressure
Tested according to:
•
EN 60068-2-42 sulfur dioxide
•
EN 60068-2-43 hydrogen sulfide
Operation:
•
1080 - 795 hPa (-1000 - 2000 m)
For operation at altitudes of 2000 m up to 6000 m above
sea level:
output must be derated by -7.5% / 1000 m or
the ambient temperature must be reduced by
5 K / 1000 m
see Image 6-5 Altitude derating (Page 148)
Storage:
•
•
1080 - 660 hPa (-1000 - 3500 m)
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11
The devices are in conformance with RoHS.
As a rule, only non-silicon precipitating materials are used.
Disposal guidelines
Packaging and packaging aids can and should always be recycled. The product itself may
not be disposed of as domestic refuse.
Note
The rechargeable batteries must be disposed of, discharged according to the applicable
regulations.
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Service & Support
12
Technical support
Technical support for all IA/DT products can be accessed through the following
communication channels:
● Phone: + 49 (0) 911 895 7222
● E-Mail (mailto:[email protected])
● Internet:
Online support request form (http://www.siemens.de/automation/support-request)
Technical documentation on the Internet
Operating instructions and manuals for SITOP are available in the Internet:
Operating instructions/manuals (http://www.siemens.de/sitop/manuals)
SITOP power supply homepage
General news about our power supplies is available in the Internet at the SITOP homepage:
SITOP (http://www.siemens.de/sitop)
Information material
SITOP information can be downloaded from the Internet:
Information and download center (http://www.siemens.de/sitop-infomaterial)
CAx data
2D/3D data and circuit diagram macros can be downloaded from the Internet:
Siemens image database (http://www.siemens.de/sitop-cax)
Request all CAx data via the CAx download manager:
CAx shopping cart (http://www.siemens.de/cax)
SITOP Selection Tool
Simply and quickly select the optimum the power supply or DC-UPS:
SITOP Selection Tool (http://www.siemens.de/sitop-selection-tool)
Online catalog and ordering system
The online catalog and the online ordering system are available through the Industry Mall
homepage:
Industry Mall (http://www.siemens.com/industrymall/de)
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Contact persons
If you have any questions regarding the use of our products, then contact the Siemens
contact person in your regional Siemens sales office.
You can find these addresses as follows:
● On the Internet (http://www.siemens.de/automation/partner)
● In Catalog CA 01
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