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UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SUPPLY UNITS - Item No.
Special Provision No. 682S28
1.
November 2013
SCOPE
This Special Provision covers the requirements for the installation and testing of uninterruptible power supply
units (UPS).
2.
REFERENCES
This Special Provision refers to the following standards, specifications, or publications:
Canadian Standards Association:
CSA C22.2 No. 107.1-01
General Use Power Supplies
Electronic Industries Alliance / Telecommunications Industry Association:
EIA/TIA-232-E
Interface Between Data Terminal Equipment and Data Circuit-Terminating
Equipment Employing Binary Data Interchange
EIA-RS-310-D
Cabinets, Racks, Panels and Associated Equipment
American National Standards Institute (ANSI):
ANSI C62.41-1991
Guide on Surge Voltages in AC Power Circuits Rated up to 600V (formerly known
as IEEE 587)
Other:
Canadian Electrical Code (CEC) Section 10
Grounding and Bonding
3.
DEFINITIONS – Not Used
4.
DESIGN AND SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS
4.1
Submission Requirements
Specification sheets for the uninterruptible power supply units shall be supplied to the Contract Administrator
for review prior to ordering.
5.
MATERIALS
5.1
Functional Requirements
5.1.1
The UPS shall provide uninterruptible power and conditioning of the utility power required for
operation of sensitive electronic equipment in the event of main utility power supply failure and
voltage or frequency fluctuations. In the event of power failure, transfer time shall not exceed 4 ms.
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5.1.2
The UPS unit shall be an “online” type with automatic voltage regulation, 120 VAC, 60 Hz, single
phase.
5.1.3
The UPS shall include the wiring necessary to interconnect UPS unit to the power source.
5.1.4
The UPS unit shall be EIA 480 mm rack mountable or be supplied with rack shelf suited for the EIA
RS-310-D standard.
5.1.5
The UPS shall include a communication module to provide remote management and monitoring
capabilities including alarm contacts, inverter contacts, remote shutdown, remote rebooting of UPS
protected devices, and battery status monitoring. This communication module shall have an RJ-45
port to connect directly to an Ethernet network and support HTTP, SNMP, and Telnet protocols. The
UPS shall support standard web browser and UPS MIB. The remote monitoring software shall be
included.
5.2
Batteries
5.2.1
The UPS unit shall include self-contained, sealed, maintenance-free, hot-swappable batteries with a
minimum lifetime of 5 years.
5.2.2
The UPS unit shall have a minimum reserve time of 10 minutes at an ambient temperature of 25 °C
with the typical load connected. Typical load shall be an ATC and all connected communications
equipment or 50% of the rated VA capacity of the entire cabinet load, whichever is greater.
5.2.3
The UPS unit shall include automatic restart option. Upon restoration of utility AC power and
complete battery discharge, the UPS shall automatically restart and assume function. The battery
shall automatically recharge.
5.3
Environmental
The UPS unit shall be fully operational in external ambient temperatures ranging from 0 to 40 °C and relative
humidity of 10 to 95% non-condensing.
5.4
Electrical
5.4.1
The UPS unit shall provide voltage regulation at 120 VAC ± 3% under any line, load or battery
conditions and frequency regulation of ± 5% synchronized to utility main.
5.4.2
The UPS unit shall accept AC input voltage range of 0 to 138 VAC, single phase, 2-wire plus ground.
5.4.3
The UPS unit shall have a minimum power rating of 1200 VA.
5.4.4
The UPS unit shall provide sine-wave, computer-grade power compatible with all computer loads,
power factor corrected. It shall meet or exceed CSA C22.2 No. 107.1 for total harmonic distortion
(THD).
5.4.5
The UPS unit shall include full-time protection from sudden voltage increase with inrush protection,
battery back up, and AC line filtering including filtering of EMI and RFI.
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5.4.6
The UPS unit shall have a minimum of four (4) CSA 5-15 R receptacles. Power bars supplied shall
include integrated surge protection. Any receptacle splitters required to connect the equipment shall
be provided.
5.4.7
The UPS unit shall provide complete isolation from the line operating as a separately derived power
source under Canadian Electrical Code (CEC) Section 10.
5.4.8
The UPS unit shall provide an overload alarm and circuit breaker designed to operate at an overload
of 150% surge.
5.4.9
Nominal voltage frequency shall be 60 Hz and include tracking of output voltage frequency to input
frequency within adjustable limits.
5.4.10 UPS shall meet safety compliance with CSA (C-UL), and CEC.
5.4.11 UPS shall meet EMC compliance with Standards Council of Canada (SCC).
5.4.12 UPS shall be tested and approved to ANSI C62.41-1991.
6.
EQUIPMENT – Not Used
7.
CONSTRUCTION
7.1
Installation
7.1.1
UPS units shall be installed typically immediately above or adjacent to power distribution assembly.
In 401 cabinets type D and R the UPS units shall be installed in top section of the cabinet.
7.1.2
UPS units shall be installed as per the manufacturer recommended installation procedure.
7.1.3
For UPS units installed in controller cabinets, the input side of the UPS shall be connected to the
cabinet power distribution assembly supply power via one of the receptacles.
7.1.4
For UPS units installed in the head-end facilities, the input side of the UPS shall be connected to the
rack power distribution assembly power via one of the receptacles.
7.1.5
Communications equipment components shall be connected to the UPS output receptacles.
7.1.6
An IP address for the UPS unit shall be configured based on the information provided by the Contract
Administrator.
7.1.7
The UPS unit shall be activated according to the manufacturer’s recommendations. The RJ-45 port
and remote management and monitoring shall also be activated. The remote monitoring software and
documentation shall be delivered to the Contract Administrator upon activation of the UPS unit.
7.1.8
All cables shall be neatly trained and organized.
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7.2
Quality Control
The Contractor is responsible for all testing and documentation required to establish approval and acceptance
of installation and operation of this equipment. The framework of the approval process shall be as specified
elsewhere in the Contract Documents.
The following table details the clauses within this Special Provision, which are to be validated through the
PIT, POP, and SIT processes as indicated:
CLAUSE
PIT
POP
5.1.5

5.2.2
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
5.2.3


5.4.1

SIT

7.1.7
8.
QUALITY ASSURANCE – Not Used
9.
MEASUREMENT FOR PAYMENT
Measurement of the number of uninterruptible power supply units is by Plan Quantity.
The unit of measurement is each.
10.
BASIS OF PAYMENT
Payment at the Contract price for the above tender item shall be full compensation for all labour, Equipment
and Material required to do the work.
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