MAP Power Supply 28V/150W (ICP-MAP0005-2)

MAP Power Supply 28V/150W (ICP-MAP0005-2)
Intrusion Alarm Systems | MAP Power Supply 28V/150W (ICP-MAP0005-2)
MAP Power Supply 28V/150W (ICPMAP0005-2)
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This power supply and battery charger unit converts
230 VAC input into 24 VDC nominal and 28 VDC fixed
outputs.
Input
Mains Power
230 VAC
-15%, +10%
47 Hz to 63 Hz AC
Converted Output
• Two regulated and supervised
28 VDC ±1 VDC fixed outputs
• 24 VDC nominal switched output
• Dedicated 24 VDC nominal panel
output
Battery Power
24 VDC nominal
The unit independently maintains and supervises two
24 VDC batteries1 for a combined rating of 80 Ah.
The power supply is designed to work locally and
remotely. In remote applications, the installer can
place MAP Power Enclosure Kits (ICP‑MAP0115) or
MAP Expansion Enclosure Kits (ICP‑MAP0120)
containing power supply units anywhere on the Bosch
Data Bus.
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Or four 12 VDC batteries, with each pair connected in
series.
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Provides two independent power ports with fixed
28 VDC regulated output
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Provides 150 W for battery charging and system
power
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Provides controlled 500 mA, 24 VDC nominal
auxiliary output
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Provides color‑coded terminal for easy installation
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Provides two dry relay contacts for AC and DC
trouble signaling
Functions
Firmware Upgrades
The firmware of all devices in the MAP system can be
upgraded or updated with the Bosch Remote
Programming Software (RPS). This allows for on‑site
or off‑site (IP through Ethernet) upgrades or updates.
Ground Fault Detection
The power supply detects ground faults of 25 kΩ or
less in the system wiring, and reports the faults to the
main panel over the Bosch Data Bus.
Supervision Monitoring
The software monitors and communicates status
information over the Bosch Data Bus for the following:
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AC input power
Battery power
Battery charger
28 VDC outputs (Output A, Output B)
24 VDC nominal switched auxiliary output
Indicators
Yellow and green light‑emitting diodes (LEDs) and
signal outputs indicate AC, battery, and BDB
communication status.
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Battery Charging Circuit
The battery charger provides 4.85 A nominal (5 A
maximum) for all the outputs. The current available for
recharging the batteries is this 4.85 A nominal current
minus the current being supplied to all the other
outputs (A and B outputs, Switched Auxiliary Output,
and Panel Output).
If the AC power fails, the batteries must supply
sufficient power to maintain operation for a specified
period of time. The time for the delayed indication of
AC power failure must be considered. With respect to
24VDC battery voltage the battery current is factor 1.3
higher than the load current. When AC power is
restored, the batteries must be recharged within a
specified period of time to 80% respective 100% of
nominal capacity. The following table indicates the
maximum available current for panel + consumers in
consideration of the used battery configuration and
recharge time:
Europe
EN
EN 50131-1:2006 + A1:2009
EN 50131-3:2009
EN 50131-6:2008
Switzerland
SES
Association of Swiss installers of
security systems
Edition V3/ 01.01.2011-d
Region
Certification
Germany
VdS-S
S 112016 C MAP 5000
VdS
G111040 C MAP 5000
CE
2004/108/EC EMC Directive (EMC),
2006/95/EC Low-voltage Directive
(LVD)
Europe
Installation/configuration notes
Terminals and Connectors
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Recharge time in
100%
24 hrs to
80%
24 hrs to
100%
48 hrs to
100%
24V / 18 Ah
3A
3A
3A
24V / 36 Ah
3A
2.7 A
3A
24V / 40 Ah
2.9
2.5 A
3A
24V / 72 Ah
1.5 A
1.2 A
2.4 A
24V / 80 Ah
1.2 A
0.8 A
1.5 A
Load‑shed, Overvoltage Protection and Recovery
All connected batteries are permanently monitored for
under voltage (<25VDC). Following an extended AC
power failure, the power supply hardware and
software disconnects a battery from all outputs if the
battery voltage falls below 20 VDC. The load‑shed
eliminates the possibility of permanent degradation in
the batteries. After AC power is restored to an
appropriate operating voltage, the battery charger
recharges the batteries.
The overvoltage protection prevents the output voltage
from rising above the value of >30 VDC. Connected
consumers are thereby protected against damage by
overvoltage.
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Battery Circuit 2
2.
Battery Circuit 1
3.
Thermal Compensation Circuit
4.
Power connection to main panel (Panel Output)
5.
Tamper switch input
Temperature Compensation
The power supply adjusts the battery charge voltage to
compensate for the air temperature around the
batteries.
6.
Switched Auxiliary Power Output
7.
Bosch Data Bus connector (Output A)
8.
Bosch Data Bus connector (Output B)
Certifications and approvals
9.
Trouble outputs – AC Main Fail and Power Supply Summary
Trouble (optional)
The power supply is designed to comply with the certifications and
standards listed here.
10.
Main power connector
Region
Certification
Parts included
Quantity
Component
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IPP‑MAP0005-2 Map Power Supply 150W
3 | MAP Power Supply 28V/150W (ICP-MAP0005-2)
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Accessory pack, cables
• Two Bosch Data Bus (BDB) cables, long (with 4‑pin
terminal plug)
• One thermistor cable (with 2‑pin terminal plug)
• One battery cable (with ring terminal)
• One battery jumper cable (with ring terminal)
Accessory pack, hardware
• Two 2‑pin terminal plugs (dark blue)
• One 2‑pin terminal plug (white)
• One 3‑pin terminal plug (orange)
• One 4‑pin terminal plug (green)
• One 5‑pin terminal plug (black)
Literature, Installation Instructions
Rated Current: 0.5 A maximum
Ripple of all voltage
outputs:
< 250 mV
Supervision Outputs:
Two trouble signals:
• AC Main Fail
• Power Supply Summary Trouble
Trouble Output Dry
Contacts:
Maximum: 30 VDC
Continuous Current: 1 A
If supplied thermistor is not used, a leaded 10 kΩ, 1%, ¼ W resistor
must be placed across the trim terminals (does not comply with VdS).
Out of tolerance high condition of the battery voltage is an indication of a
missing trim resistor.
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Technical specifications
Mechanical
Electrical
Dimensions:
114.3 mm x 222.25 mm x 66.68 mm
(4.5 in. x 8.75 in. x 2.63 in.)
Weight:
0.59 kg (1.3 lb)
Indicators:
Green LEDs indicate:
• AC Good
• Operation Monitor
Yellow LEDs indicate:
• BAT1/2 (On = missing battery,
Blinking = low battery)
Ground Fault Detection:
25 kΩ or less
AC Primary Supply
Voltage:
230 VAC (-15%, +10 %)
AC Line Frequency:
47 Hz to 63 Hz
Current:
1.07 A at rated load and 230 VAC 50 Hz
100 mA no-load at 24 VDC
Battery Configuration:
Supports two pairs of 12 VDC batteries
with each pair connected in series.
Environmental
Battery type:
Lead battery, maintenance - free
Operating Temperature:
-10ºC to +55ºC (+14ºF to +131ºF)
Ampere Hour Rating:
18 Ah minimum, 80 Ah maximum
Storage Temperature:
-20ºC to +60ºC (-4ºF to +140ºF)
Temperature
Compensation (Trim):
-10ºC to +55ºC (+14ºF to +131ºF)
Relative Humidity:
5% to 95% (non‑condensing) at the
operating and storage temperatures.
IP Rating:
IP 30
Design type as per EN
50131:
Type A
Environmental Class II
EN50130‑5, VdS 2110
Use:
Intended for indoor use.
Battery Charger
Battery Charger Voltage:
27.6 VDC (thermal compensated)
Battery Charger Output:
4.85 A nominal, 5 A maximum
Inputs
Tamper Switch Input :
Input for tamper switch when power
supply is installed in the expansion
enclosure or power enclosure.
Thermal Compensation
Circuit2:
Plug-in thermistor (supplied) provides
input for temperature trim.
Outputs
Ordering information
Output (Field-accessible or
User-accessible) Power:
The sum of all outputs cannot exceed
109 W.
MAP Power Supply 150W
A and B Outputs:
Supervised (26VDC <> 30VDC),
independently short‑circuit protected.
28 VDC ±1 VDC fixed
Individual Rated Current (A or B): 2.0 A
Combined Rated Current Limit: (sum of
A and B): 3.0 A maximum in total
Order number ICP-MAP0005-2
Switched Auxiliary Output:
Supervised (24VDC <> 30VDC)
Voltage at no load: 24 VDC nominal,
max. 27,6 VDC
Rated Current: 0.5 A maximum
Panel Output:
Unsupervised.
Voltage at 0.5 A load: 24 VDC nominal,
max. 27,6 VDC
Power supply and battery charger unit for MAP 5000
converts 240 VAC input into 24 VDC and 28 VDC
output.
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Represented by:
Americas:
Bosch Security Systems, Inc.
130 Perinton Parkway
Fairport, New York, 14450, USA
Phone: +1 800 289 0096
Fax: +1 585 223 9180
security.sales@us.bosch.com
www.boschsecurity.us
Europe, Middle East, Africa:
Bosch Security Systems B.V.
P.O. Box 80002
5617 BA Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Phone: + 31 40 2577 284
Fax: +31 40 2577 330
emea.securitysystems@bosch.com
www.boschsecurity.com
© Bosch Security Systems 2014 | Data subject to change without notice
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Robert Bosch (SEA) Pte Ltd, Security
Systems
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Singapore 573943
Phone: +65 6571 2808
Fax: +65 6571 2699
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China:
America Latina:
Bosch (Shanghai) Security Systems Ltd. Robert Bosch Ltda Security Systems Division
201 Building, No. 333 Fuquan Road
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200335 China
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