(Module 20 kVA) USER`S MANUAL
USER'S MANUAL
Equipment II/II 10-20 kVA (Module 10 kVA)
Equipment III/II 20-40 kVA (Module 20 kVA)
ADAPT
General index
6.4. POWER CABLES
6.4.1.Specifications
1.INTRODUCTION.
1.1.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT LETTER.
2. INFORMATION FOR SAFETY.
2.1. USING THIS MANUAL.
2.1.1.
Conventions and used symbols.
3. QUALITY AND STANDARD GUARANTEE.
3.1. DECLARATION OF THE MANAGEMENT.
3.2.STANDARD.
3.2.1. First and second environment.
3.2.1.1. First environment.
3.2.1.2. Second environment.
3.3.ENVIRONMENT.
4.PRESENTATION.
4.1. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
4.2. MÓDULO DE POTENCIA.
4.3. OPERATION MODE
4.3.1. Normal Mode
6.4.2. Circuit Breaker
6.4.3. Conexión de los cables de potencia
6.5. CONTROL AND COMMUNICATION CABLES
6.5.1.
Battery Warning Output Dry Contact Interface
6.5.2. Communication Interface
7. LCD PANEL
7.1.INTRODUCTION
7.2. LED INDICATOR
7.3. CONTROL AND OPERATION KEYS
7.4. PANTALLA TÁCTIL LCD
7.5. SYSTEM INFORMATION WINDOW
7.6. MENU WINDOW
7.7. EVENT LIST
8.OPERATIONS
8.1. UPS START-UP
8.1.1. Start from Normal Mode
8.1.2. Puesta en marcha a partir de las baterías.
4.3.2. Battery Mode
8.2. PROCEDURE FOR SWITCHING BETWEEN OPERATION
MODES
4.3.3. Bypass Mode
8.2.1. Switching the UPS into Battery Mode from Normal Mode
4.3.4. Maintenance Mode (Manual Bypass)
8.2.2. Switching the UPS into Normal Mode from Bypass Mode
4.3.5. ECO Mode
8.2.3. Switching the UPS into Normal Mode from Bypass Mode
4.3.6. Auto-restart Mode
8.2.4. Switching the UPS into Maintenance Bypass Mode from
Normal Mode
4.3.7. Frequency Converter Mode
4.4. UPS STRUCTURE
4.4.1. UPS Configuration
4.4.2. UPS Outlook
5.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION
5.1.LOCATION
5.1.1.
Installation Environment
5.1.2. Site Selection
5.1.3. Size and Weight
8.2.5. Switching the UPS into Normal Mode from Maintenance
Bypass Mode
8.3. BATTERY MAINTENANCE
8.4.EPO
8.5. INSTALLATION OF PARALLEL OPERATION SYSTEM
9.MAINTENANCE
9.1.PRECAUTIONS
9.2. INSTRUCTION FOR MAINTAINING POWER MODULE
5.2. UNLOADING AND UNPACKING
5.2.1. Moving and Unpacking of the Cabinet
5.2.2. Desembalaje del módulo de potencia
6. POSICIONAMIENTO A LA UBICACIÓN FINAL
6.1.ARMARIO
6.2.BATTERY
6.3. CABLE ENTRY
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10. PRODUCT SPECIFICATION
10.1. APPLICABLE STANDARDS
10.2. ENVIRONMENTAL CHARACTERISTICS
10.3. MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTIC
10.4. ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS (INPUT RECTIFIER)
10.5. CARACTERÍSTICAS ELÉCTRICAS (BUS DE CONTINUA DC)
10.6. ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS (INVERTER OUTPUT)
10.7. ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS (BYPASS MAINS INPUT)
10.8.EFFICIENCY
10.9. DISPLAY AND INTERFACE
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1. INTRODUCTION.
1.1. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT LETTER.
We would like to thank you in advance for the trust you have
placed in us by purchasing this product. Read this instruction
manual carefully in order to be familiarized with its contents,
because, as much as you know and understand the equipment
the highest will be your satisfaction and safety levels and their
features will be optimized too.
We remain at you entire disposal for any further information or
any query you should wish to make.
Yours sincerely.
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•• The equipment here described can cause important
physical damages due to wrong handling. This is why,
the installation, maintenance and/or fixing of itself must
be done by our staff or qualified personnel exclusively.
•• Although we have made every effort to guarantee a com-
plete and accurate information in this user's manual, we
are not responsible for any errors or omissions that may
exist.
The images included in this document are mere illustrations
and they could not represent the part of the equipment exactly, therefore they are not contractual. Nevertheless, differences that could exist will be alleviated or solved with
the correct labelling of the equipment.
•• According to our policy of constant evolution, we reserve
the right to modify the specifications, operating or
described actions in this document without forewarning.
•• Any reproduction, copy or third party concession,
modification or partial or in whole translations of this
manual or document, in any format or media, is prohibited without the previous written authorization of our
firm, being reserved the full and exclusive ownership right
over it.
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2. INFORMATION FOR SAFETY.
2.1.1. Conventions and used symbols.
2.1. USING THIS MANUAL.
Some symbols can be used and shown in the equipment and/or
in the description of this user's manual.
The generic information of the equipment is supplied in digital
format in a CD-ROM, and it includes among other documents
the own user's manual of the system and the EK266*08 document concerning to «Safety instructions». Before doing any
action over the equipment regarding installation or commissioning, change of location, setting or handling, read them
carefully.
For more information, see section 1.1.1 of EK266*08 document
as regards to «Safety instructions».
This user's manual is intended to provide information regarding
the safety and to give explanations about the procedures for
the installation and operating of the equipment. Read them
carefully and follow the stated steps in the established order.
Compliance as regards to “Safety instructions“ is
mandatory, being the user the legal responsible
regarding to its observance and application.
The equipments are delivered duly labelled for the correct identification of any their parts, which combined with the instructions described in this user's manual, allows the end-user to
make any operating of both installation and commissioning, in
an easy and ordered way without doubt. When an equipment
differs from the one shown in figures of section 4, additional
annexes will be edited if they were deemed appropriate or necessary. Generally, they will be delivered in hardcopy.
Finally, once the equipment is installed and operative, for future
requests or doubts that could arise, it is recommended to keep
the CD-ROM documentation in a safe place with easy access.
The following terms are used in the document indistinctly to
be referred to:
•• «ADAPT, unit or UPS».- Uninterruptible Power Supply.
Depending on the context of the sentence, it can be referred either to the own equipment or to the equipment
with batteries, although all is assembled in one cabinet or
metallic enclosure.
••
•• «T.S.S.».- Technical Service and Support.
•• «client, fitter, operator or end-user».- are used indis-
tinctly and by extension, to be referred to the fitter and/or
operator which will make the corresponding actions, being
responsible the same person about the actions to take on
behalf of himself.
•• In case of installations with IT neutral regime, the switches,
circuit breakers must break the NEUTRAL a part from the
three lines.
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3. QUALITY AND STANDARD GUARANTEE.
additional measures may be needed to prevent disturbances.
3.1. DECLARATION OF THE MANAGEMENT.
Pay attention to those systems used in vital signs maintenance, medical applications, commercial transport,
nuclear power stations, as well as other applications or
loads where a failure in the product can cause serious
personal injuries or material damages.
Our target is the client’s satisfaction, therefore this Management
has decided to establish a Quality and Environmental policy, by
means of installation a Quality and Environmental Management
System that becomes us capable to comply the requirements
demanded by the standard ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 and by our
Clients and concerned parts too.
Likewise, the enterprise Management is committed with the
development and improvement of the Quality and Environmental Management System, by means of:
•• The communication to all the company about the impor-
tance of satisfaction both in the client’s requirements and
in the legal and regulations.
•• The Quality and Environmental Policy diffusion and the fixa-
Declaration of conformity CE of the product is at the
client disposal under previous request to our headquarters offices.
3.2.1. First and second environment.
The following examples of environment cover the majority of
UPS installations.
3.2.1.1. First environment.
•• To carry out revisions by the Management.
Environment that includes residential, commercial and light
industrial premises directly connected without intermediate
transformers to a public low-voltage mains supply.
•• To provide the needed resources.
3.2.1.2. Second environment.
tion of the Quality and Environment targets.
3.2. STANDARD.
The SLC ADAPTproduct is designed, manufactured and commercialized in accordance with the standard EN ISO 9001 of
Quality Management Systems and certified by SGS body. The
marking shows the conformity to the EEC Directive by
means of the application of the following standards:
•• 2014/35/EU. - Low Voltage Directive (LVD).
•• 2014/30/EU. - Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC).
•• 2011/65/EU. - Restriction of Hazardous Substances in elec-
trical and electronic equipment (RoHS).
In accordance with the specifications of the harmonized standards. Standards as reference:
•• IEC/EN 62103. - Electronic equipments for use in power
installations.
•• IEC/EN 61000-6-4. - Electromagnetic compatibility. Ge-
neric norm of emission. Industrial environment.
•• IEC/EN 61000-6-2. - Electromagnetic compatibility. Ge-
neric norm of immunity. Industrial environment.
In case of any modification or intervention over the equipment by the end-user, the manufacturer is not responsible.
Second environment: Environment that includes all commercial,
light industry and industrial establishments other than those directly connected to a low-voltage mains that supplies buildings
used for residential purposes.
3.3. ENVIRONMENT.
This product has been designed to respect the Environment and
manufactured in accordance with the ISO 14001 norm.
Equipment recycling at the end of its useful life:
Our company commits to use the services of authorised societies and according to the regulations, in order to treat the whole
recovered product at the end of its useful life (contact your distributor).
Packaging:
To recycle the packaging, follow the legal regulations in force,
in accordance with the particular norm of the country where the
equipment is installed.
Batteries:
The batteries mean a serious danger for health and environment. The disposal of them must be done in accordance with
the regulations in force.
WARNING!:
SLC ADAPT This is a category C3 UPS product. This is
a product for commercial and industrial application in
the second environment - installation restrictions or
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4. PRESENTATION.
4.1. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
The Tower UPS is configured by the following part: Power
modules, Bypass & Monitoring module, and cabinet with
manual Bypass switch. One or several battery strings should
be installed to provide backup energy once the utility fails. The
UPS structure is shown in Fig. 1.
4.3.1. Normal Mode
The inverter of power modules continuously supply the critical
AC load. The rectifier/charger derives power from the AC mains
input source and supplies DC power to the inverter while simultaneously FLOAT or BOOST charging its associated backup
battery.
Fig. 3. Normal mode operation diagram
Fig. 1. UPS Configuration
4.2. MÓDULO DE POTENCIA.
The power module structure is shown as Fig.2. The power
module contains a rectifier, an inverter, and a DC/DC converter
for charge and discharge of the external batteries.
4.3.2. Battery Mode
Upon failure of the AC mains input power, the inverter of
power modules, which obtain power from the battery, supply
the critical AC load. There is no interruption in power to the
critical load upon failure. After restoration of the AC mains
input power, the” Normal mode” operation will continue
automatically without the necessity of user intervention.
Fig. 2. Power module structure
4.3. OPERATION MODE
Fig. 4. Battery mode operation diagram
•• The Modular UPS is an on-line, double-conversion UPS that
permits operation in the following modes:
•• Normal mode
NOTE:
With the function of Battery cold start, the UPS may start
without utility.
•• Battery mode
•• Bypass mode
•• Maintenance mode (manual bypass)
•• ECO mode
•• Auto-restart mode
•• Frequency Converter mode
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4.3.3. Bypass Mode
4.3.5. ECO Mode
If the inverter overload capacity is exceeded under Normal
mode, or if the inverter becomes unavailable for any reason, the
static transfer switch will perform a transfer of the load from
the inverter to the bypass source, with no interruption in power
to the critical AC load. Should the inverter be asynchronous
with the bypass, the static switch will perform a transfer of the
load from the inverter to the bypass with power interruption
to the load. This is to avoid large cross currents due to the
paralleling of unsynchronized AC sources. This interruption
is programmable but typically set to be less than 3/4 of an
electrical cycle, e.g., less than 15ms (50Hz) or less than 12.5ms
(60Hz). The action of transfer/re-transfer can also be done by
the command through monitor.
To improve system efficiency, UPS rack system works in Bypass
mode at normal time, and inverter is standby. When the utility
fails, the UPS transfers to Battery Mode and the inverter
powers the loads.
Fig. 7. ECO Mode operation diagram
NOTE:
Fig. 5. Bypass mode operation diagram
4.3.4. Maintenance Mode (Manual Bypass)
A manual bypass switch is available to ensure continuity of
supply to the critical load
when the UPS becomes unavailable e.g. during a maintenance
procedure. (See Fig.6).
There is a short interruption time (less than 10ms) when
transfer from ECO mode to battery mode, it must be sure that
the interruption has no effect on loads.
4.3.6. Auto-restart Mode
The battery may become exhausted following an extended
AC mains failure. The inverter shuts down when the battery
reaches the End of Discharge Voltage (EOD).
The UPS may be programmed to “System Auto Start Mode after
EOD”. The system starts after a delay time when the AC mains
recovers. The mode and the delay time are programmed by the
commissioning engineer.
4.3.7. Frequency Converter Mode
By setting the UPS to Frequency Converter mode, the UPS could
present a stable output of fixed frequency (50 or 60Hz), and the
bypass static switch is not available.
Fig. 6. Maintenance mode operation diagram
DANGER: During Maintenance mode, dangerous
voltages are present on the terminal of input, output and
neutral, even with all the modules and the LCD turned off.
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4.4. UPS STRUCTURE
4.4.1. UPS Configuration
The UPS configuration is provided in Table 1
ITEM
Cabinet
COMPONENTS
QUANT.
REMARK
Circuit Breaker
4
Requisite, factory
installed
Bypass &
Monitoring module
1
Requisite, factory
installed
Dust filter
1
Optional.
Table 1. UPS Configuration
4.4.2. UPS Outlook
The UPS outlook is shown as Fig.8
Fig. 8. UPS System outlook
(1) For 1SLC-20-ADAPT/2NB B1 CC
(1) + (2) For 2SLC-20-ADAPT/2NB B1 CC
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5. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION
5.1. LOCATION
As each site has its requirements, the installation instructions in
this section are to act as a guide for the general procedures and
practices that should be observed by the installing engineer.
5.1.1. Installation Environment
The UPS is intended for indoor installation and uses forced
convection cooling by internal fans. Please make sure there is
enough space for the UPS ventilation and cooling.
5.1.3. Size and Weight
The size of three views for the UPS cabinet is shown in Fig. 9
CONFIGURATION
POWER
WEIGHT
(Kva)
(kg)
II/II (Mono. / Mono.)
20 kVA
200 Kg
III/II (Tri. / Mono.)
40 kVA
200 Kg
Table 2. Weight for the cabinet
Keep the UPS far away from water, heat and inflammable and
explosive, corrosive material. Avoid installing the UPS in the
environment with direct sunlight, dust, volatile gases, corrosive
material and high salinity.
Avoid installing the UPS in the environment with conductive
dirt.
The operating environment temperature for battery is 20ºC25ºC. Operating above 25ºC will reduce the battery life, and
operation below 20ºC will reduce the battery capacity.
The battery will generate a little amount of hydrogen and
oxygen at the end of charging; ensure the fresh air volume of
the battery installation environment must meet EN50272-2001
requirements.
If external batteries are to be used, the battery circuit breakers
(or fuses) must be mounted as close as possible to the batteries,
and the connecting cables should be as short as possible.
5.1.2. Site Selection
Ensure the ground or installation platform can bear the weight
of the UPS cabinet ,batteries and battery rack.
No vibration and less than 5 degree inclination horizontally.
The equipment should be stored in a room so as to protect it
against excessive humidity and heat sources.
Fig. 9. Size of the UPS (Unit : mm)
ATTENTION: Ensure there is at least 0.8m before the
front of the cabinet so as to easily maintain the power
module with the front door fully open and at least 0.5m behind
for ventilation and cooling. The room reserved for the cabinet is
shown in Fig. 10.
The battery needs to be stored in dry and cool place with good
ventilation. The most suitable storage temperature is 20 ºC to
25ºC.
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3. .Open the top plate of the steel-edged wooden case with
slotted awl and pier, followed by side boards (see Fig.12).
500
800
500
Fig. 12.Disassemble the case
Fig. 10.Room reserved for the cabinet (Unit mm)
4. Remove the protective foam around the cabinet (See
5.2. UNLOADING AND UNPACKING
Fig.13).
5.2.1. Moving and Unpacking of the Cabinet
The steps to move and unpack the cabinet are as follows:
1. Check if any damages to the packing. (If any, contact to the
carrier)
2. Transport the equipment to the designated site by forklift,
as shown in Fig.11
Fig. 13.Remove the protective foam
Fig. 11. Transport to the designated site
5. Check the UPS.
(a) Visually examine if there are any damages to UPS during
transportation. If any, contact to the carrier.
(b) Check the UPS with the list of the goods. If any items are not
included in the list, contact to our company or the local office.
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6. Dismantle the bolt that connects the cabinet and wooden
pallet after disassembly.
3. Remove the foam cover (See Fig. 16)
7. Move the cabinet to the installation position.
ATTENTION: Be careful while removing to avoid
scratching the equipment.
5.2.2. Desembalaje del módulo de potencia
The steps to move and unpack the power module are as follows:
Los pasos van a ser los siguientes:
1. The packing case must be placed on the platform
smoothly, as is shown in Fig. 14
Fig. 16.Retirar espuma protectora
4. Take out the UPS with plastic package and dismantle the
packaging materials
ATTENTION: The waste materials of unpacking
should be disposed to meet the demand for
environmental protection.
Fig. 14.Place on platform smoothly
2. Cut the plastic packing belt and scotch tape to open the
carton. see Fig. 15
1
2
1- Carton
2- Foam packing
Fig. 15.Open the carton
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6. POSICIONAMIENTO A LA UBICACIÓN FINAL
6.2. BATTERY
6.1. CABINET
Three terminals (positive, neutral, negative) are drawn from the
battery unit and connected to UPS system. The neutral line is
drawn from the middle of the batteries in series (See Fig.18).
The UPS cabinet has two way of supporting itself: One is to
support itself temporarily by the four wheels at the bottom,
making it convenient to adjust the position of the cabinet; The
other is by anchor bolts to support the cabinet permanently
after adjusting the position of the cabinet. The supporting
structure is shown in(see figure 17).
Fig. 18.Battery string wiring diagram
DANGER: The battery terminal voltage is of more than
200Vdc, please follow the safety instructions to avoid
electric shock hazard.
Ensure the positive, negative, neutral electrode is correctly
connected from the battery unit terminals to the breaker and
from the breaker to the UPS system.
Fig. 17. Supporting structure (Bottom view)
The steps to position the cabinet are as follows:
1. Ensure the supporting structure is in good condition and the
mounting floor is smooth and strong.
6.3. CABLE ENTRY
Cables can enter the UPS cabinet from the bottom. Cable entry
is made possible through a blanking plate fitted at the bottom
of the equipment. The cable entry is shown in Fig. 19.
2. Retract the anchor bolts by turning them counterclockwise
using wrench, the cabinet is then supported by the four
wheels.
3. Adjust the cabinet to the right position by the supporting
wheels.
4. Put down the anchor bolts by turning them clockwise using
wrench, the cabinet is then supported by the four anchor
bolts.
5. Ensure the four anchor bolts are in the same height and the
cabinet is fixed and immovable.
6. Positioning done.
ATTENTION: Auxiliary equipment is needed when the
mounting floor is not solid enough to support the
cabinet, which helps distribute the weight over a larger area.
For instance, cover the floor with iron plate or increase the
supporting area of the anchor bolts.
Cable Entry
Cable Entry
Fig. 19.Cable entry
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6.4. POWER CABLES
6.4.1. Specifications
The «Recommended installation» information for each input and
output setting is available with the supplied documentation,
manual and/or CD. In that information is shown the circuit
diagram, as well as the protection size and minimum cross
section of the wires that are connected to the equipment, taking
into account the nominal operating voltage. All figures are
calculated for a maximum total cable length of 30 m between
the distribution panel board, equipment and loads.
For longer lengths correct the cross sections accordingly, in
order to avoid dropping voltages, by respecting the Regulations
or norms corresponding to the country.
In the own documentation and for each setting, it is available
the information for «N» units in parallel, as well as the features
of the own «Backfeed protection».
6.4.2. Circuit Breaker
The circuit breakers (CB) for the system are recommended in
Table 3.
CONFIG.
MAX NUM
INSTALLABLE
MODULE
POWER
PROTECTION
FEATURES
II/II
(Mono. /
Mono.)
1
10 kVA
II/II
(Mono. /
Mono.)
2
20 kVA
63 A 250 V DC
III/II (Tri.
/ Mono.)
1
20 kVA
63 A 250 V DC
III/II (Tri.
/ Mono.)
2
40 kVA
100 A 250 V DC
Fig. 20.Commom terminal monophasic /monophasic (II/II).
3. Connect the protective earth wire to protective earth
terminal (PE).
32 A 250 V DC
4. Connect the AC input supply cables to the Input terminal
and AC output supply cables to the Output terminal.
5. Connect the Battery cables to the Battery terminal.
6. Check to make sure there is no mistake and re-install all the
protective covers.
Table 3. Recommended CB
ATTENTION: Las operaciones de conexionado deben
ser realizadas únicamente por personal cualificado.
Cuando existan discrepancias entre el etiquetado y las
instruc¬ciones de este manual, prevalecerá siempre el
etiquetado en el equipo.
ATTENTION: The CB with RCD (Residual Current
Device) is not suggested for the system.
6.4.3. Conexión de los cables de potencia
The steps of connecting power cables are as follows:
1. Verify that all the switches of the UPS are completely
open and the UPS internal maintenance bypass switch is
opened. Attach necessary warning signs to these switches
to prevent unauthorized operation.
2. Open the back door of the cabinet, remove the plastic
cover. The input and output terminal, battery terminal and
protective earth terminal are shown in Fig. 20.
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Neutral for Input, Bypass, Battery and output.
Fig. 21. connections terminals
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ATTENTION: The operations described in this section
must be performed by authorized electricians or
qualified technical personnel. If you have any difficulties,
contact the manufacturer or agency.
ATTENTION: Tighten the connections terminals to
enough torque moment, and please ensure correct
phase rotation.
The grounding cable and neutral cable must be connected in
accordance with local and national codes.
6.5. CONTROL AND COMMUNICATION CABLES
The front panel of the bypass module provides dry contact
interface (J2-J11) and communication interface (RS232, RS485,
SNMP ,Intelligent card interface and USB port), as it is shown
in Fig. 22.
NAME
FUNCTION
J2-1
PORT
TEMP_BAT
Detection of battery
temperature
J2-2
TEMP_COM
common terminal
J3-1
ENV_TEMP
Detection of
environmental
temperature
J3-2
TEMP_COM
common terminal
Table 4. Description J2 y J3.
NOTE:
Specified temperature sensor is required for temperature
detection (R25=5Kohm, B25/50=3275), please confirm with
the manufacturer, or contact the local maintenance engineers
when placing an order.
•• Remote EPO Input Port
J4 is the input port for remote EPO. It requires shorting NC and
+24V and disconnecting NO and +24V during normal operation,
and the EPO is triggered when opening NC and +24V or shorting
the NO and +24V. The port diagram is shown in Fig.24, and port
description is shown in Table 5.
Fig. 22.Dry contact &communication interface.
6.5.1. Battery Warning Output Dry Contact Interface
The input dry contact J2 and J3 can detect the temperature of
batteries and environment respectively, which can be used in
environment monitoring and battery temperature compensation.
TEMP_ENV
TEMP_BAT
Interfaces diagram for J2 and J3 are shown in Fig.23, the
description of interface is in Table 4.
Fig. 24.Diagram of input port for remote EPO
PORT
NAME
FUNCTION
J4-1
EPO_NC
Trigger EPO when
disconnect with J4-2
J4-2
+24V
+24V
J4-3
+24V
+24V
J4-4
EPO_NC
Trigger EPO when
connect with J4-3
Table 5. Description J4.
J2and J3 for temperature
J3 detecting
Fig. 23.J2
•• Generator Input Dry Contact
The default function of J5 is the interface for generator J5
Connect pin 2 of J5 with +24V power supply; it indicates
that the generator has been connected with the system. The
interface diagram is shown in Fig.25, and interface description
is shown in Table 6.
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PORT
+24V
J5
GEN
AUX-N.O.
NAME
FUNCTION
J6-1
BCB_DRIV
BCB contact drive,
provides +24V voltage,
20mA
drive signal
J6-2
BCB_Status
BCB contact status,
connect with the
normally open
signal of BCB
J7-1
GND
Power ground for +24V
J7-2
BCB_Online
BCB on-line input
(normally open) , BCB is
on-line when the signal
is connecting with J7-1
AUX-N.O.
Table 7. Description J7.
Generator
•• Bypass Warning Output Dry Contact Interface
Fig. 25.Diagrama de conexión
PORT
NAME
FUNCTION
J5-1
+24V_DRY
+24V
J5-2
EXTERNAL_MAINT_
BYPASS
Auxiliary contact -NOexternal manual bypass
J5-3
GND_DRY
Power ground for +24V
Bypass Warning Output Dry Contact Interface J8 is the output
dry contact interface, which outputs the bypass warnings,
when the loads connected to the output is supplied through it,
an auxiliary dry contact signal will be provided via the isolation
of a relay. The interface diagram is shown in Fig.27, and
description is shown in Table 8
Table 6. Description J5.
•• BCB Input Port
Fig. 27.Bypass warning dry contact interface diagram
PORT
NAME
FUNCTION
J8-1
BYPASS_ALARM_NC
Bypass warning relay
(normally closed) will be
open during warning
J8-2
BYPASS _ALARM_NO
Bypass warning relay
(normally open) will be
closed during warning
J8-3
BYPASS _ALARM_GND
Common terminal
Fig. 26. BCB Port
Table 8. Description J8.
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•• General Alarm Output Dry Contact Interface
The default function of J9 is the general alarm output dry
contact interface. When one or more warnings are triggered, an
auxiliary dry contact signal will be active via the isolation of a
relay. The interface diagram is shown in Fig.28, and description
is shown in Table 9
Fig. 29.utility failure warning dry contact interface diagram
PORT
Fig. 28.Integrated warning dry contact interface diagram
PORT
J9-1
NAME
FUNCTION
GENERAL_ALARM_NC
Integrated warning
relay (normally closed)
will be
open during warning
J9-2
GENERAL_ALARM_NO
Integrated warning relay
(normally open) will be
closed during warning
J9-3
GENERAL_ALARM_
GND
Common terminal
Table 9. Description J9.
•• Utility Fail Warning Output Dry Contact Interface
The default function of J10 is the output dry contact interface
for utility failure warning, when the utility fails, the system
will send a utility failure warning information, and provide an
auxiliary dry contact signal via the isolation of a relay.
NAME
FUNCTION
J10-1
UTILITY_FAIL_NC
Mains failure warning
relay(normally closed)
will
be open during warning
J10-2
UTILITY_FAIL_NO
Mains failure warning
relay (normally open)
will be closed during
warning
J10-3
UTILITY_FAIL_GND
Common terminal
Table 10. Description J10.
6.5.2. Communication Interface
RS232, RS485 and USB port: Provide serial data which can
be used for commissioning and maintenance by authorized
engineers or can be used for networking or integrated
monitoring system in the service room.
SNMP: Used on site installation for communication (Optional).
Intelligent card interface: Extension dry contact interface
(Optional).
The interface diagram is shown in Fig.29, and description is
shown in Table 10.
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7. LCD PANEL
7.2. LED INDICATOR
7.1. INTRODUCTION
INDICATOR
STATE
DESCRIPTION
Rectifier
indicator
Steady green
Rectifier normal for all modules
Flashing
green
Rectifier normal for at least one
module, mains normal
This chapter introduces the functions and operator instructions
of the operator control and display panel in detail, and provides
LCD display information, including LCD display types, detailed
menu information, prompt window information and UPS alarm
information.
Battery
indicator
Fig. 30.Control and display panel for cabinet.
LED INDICATOR
FUNCTION
REC
Rectifier indicator
BAT
battery indicator
BYP
Bypass indicator
INV
Inverter indicator
OUTPUT
Load indicator
STATUS
status indicator
Bypass
indicator
Inverter
indicator
Steady red
Rectifier fault
Flashing red
Mains abnormal for at least one
module
Off
Rectifier not operating
Steady green
Battery charging
Flashing
green
Battery discharging
Steady red
Battery abnormal (battery failure,
no battery or battery reversed)
or battery converter abnormal
(failure, over current or over
temperature) , EOD
Flashing red
Battery low voltage
Off
Battery and battery converter
normal, battery not charging
Steady green
Load supplied by bypass
Steady red
Bypass abnormal or out of normal
range, or static bypass switch
fault
Flashing red
Bypass voltage abnormal
Off
Bypass normal
Steady green
Load supplied by inverter
Flashing
green
Inverter on, start, synchronization
or standby (ECO mode) for at least
one module
Steady red
System output not supplied by
inverter, inverter fault for at least
one module.
Flashing red
System output supplied by
inverter, inverter fault for at least
one module.
Off
Inverter not operating for all
modules
Steady green
UPS output ON and normal
Steady red
UPS overload time is out, or output
short, or output no power supply
Flashing red
Overload output of UPS
Off
No output of UPS
Steady green
Normal operation
Steady red
Failure
Table 11. Led indicator
Load
indicator
Status
indicator
Table 12. Status description of indicators.
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ALARM
DESCRIPTION
Two short alarm
with a long one
when system has general alarm (for
example: AC fault),
Continuous alarm
When system has serious faults (for
example: fuse or hardware fault)
ICON
DESCRIPTION
Bypass parameter(voltage, current, PF, frequency)
Main input parameter(voltage, current, PF, frequency)
Table 13. Description of audible alarm
Module information
7.3. CONTROL AND OPERATION KEYS
History log, system information
Control and operation keys include four keys, which are used
together with LCD touch screen. The functions description is
shown in Table 14
BUTTON
Function setting (display calibration, password setting,
time setting, date
format, communication protocol and language setting),
system setting
(used only for manufacturer)
FUNCTION
EPO
Long press, cut off the load power
(shut down the rectifier, inverter,
static bypass and battery)
TAB
Transfer
ENTER
Confirm
ESC
Battery data, battery parameter setting (used for service
engineer)
Test (battery self-test, battery maintenance)
Quit
Table 14. Functions of Control and operation keys
Functional keys used by service staff (fault clear, history
log clear, mute
on or off, manual transfer to bypass or escape from
bypass), user
setting (system mode, machine number, system ID, output
voltage
adjustment, frequency slew rate, frequency range)
7.4. PANTALLA TÁCTIL LCD
After the monitoring system starts self-test, the system enters
the home page, following the welcome window. The home
page is shown in Fig.31.
Output parameter(voltage, current, PF, frequency)
Home page consists of System Information Window, Menu
Window and Current Command and Record Menu.
ARM I-I-20KVA
N=2 (S)
16:30
Load(Apparent load, active load, reactive load, load
percent)
System
Information
Window
1
Mute off, mute on
CB2
CB1
Page up/down
CB3
2
Menu
Window
1#Inverter abnormal
2#Fan Fail
Bypass Frequency abnormal
1- System information window
2- Menu Window.
3- Current command and record menu
11-11 11:12:25
11-11 11:12:25
11-11 11:12:25
Current
Command
and Record
Menu
Table 15. Description of LCD Icons
Touch the icon, system enters the corresponding page; take the
3
icon
(Main Input) for example, as shown in Fig. 32
Fig. 31.Home page
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N=2(S)
ARM I-I-20KVA
Phase Voltage(V)
12:00
Phase Current(A)
A
18.3
223.2
B
18.3
223.3
C
18.3
A
223.4
B
C
Frequency(Hz)
A
50.01
B
C
Main Input
Power Factor
A
0.99
50.01
B
0.99
50.01
C
0.99
Touch
, to view the data of the selected power module
S-code and software code;
Touch
, back to the upper page;
Touch
, back to home page.
NOTE:
The LCD will go to sleep in 2 minutes during which time if there
are no warnings or faults. Tap the screen of button to wake the
screen up
Fig. 32.Main input page
Touch the module
, the system enters the page of
modules. In the corresponding page 32 the LCD will display the
information on the module, as shown in Fig.33.
ARM I-I-20KVA
N=2 (S)
7.5. SYSTEM INFORMATION WINDOW
System Information Window displays the current time and UPS
model, as is shown in the following Table 16
16:30
Module 1
Det. Adj
No Battery
Bypass Voltage Abnormal
Bypass Frequency Over track
11- 11
11- 11
11- 11
11:12:25
11:12:25
11:12:25
Fig. 33.Module Page
20
Touch
Main Input ;
to view the data of the selected power module
Touch
Load;
,to view the data of the selected power module
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7.6. MENU WINDOW
The Menu Window displays the menu name of data window,
while the data window displays the related contents of selected
menu in menu window. Select UPS menu and data window to
browse related parameters of UPS and set related functions.
The details are given in Table 16.
MENU NAME
Main input
Bypass
input
Output
This UPS
module’s
load
Battery data
MENU ITEM
MEANING
V phase(V)
Voltage
I phase(A)
Current
Freq.(Hz)
Frequency
PF
Power factor
V phase(V)
Voltage
Freq. (Hz)
Frequency
I phase(A)
Current
PF
Power factor
V phase(V)
Voltage
I phase(A)
Current
Freq. (Hz)
Frequency
PF
Power factor
Sout (kVA)
Apparent Power
Pout (kW)
Active Power
Qout (kVAR)
Reactive Power
Load (%)
Load percent
Environmental Temp
Environmental Temp
Battery voltage(V)
Positive and negative battery voltage
Battery current A)
Positive and negative battery current
Battery Temp (ºC)
Battery Temperature
Remaining Time (Min.)
Remained battery backup time
Battery capacity (%)
Remained battery capacity
battery boost charging
Battery is working in boost charging mode
battery float charging
Battery is working in float charging mode
Battery disconnected
Battery is not connected
Current
alarm
Display all current alarm. The alarms are displayed on
LCD
History log
Settings
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Display all history logs.
Display calibration
Adjust the accuracy of LCD display
Date format set
MONTH-DATE-YEAR and YEAR-MONTH-DATE
formats can be selected
Date & Time
Date/Time set
Language set
User can set the language
Communication set
/
Control password 1 set
User can modify control password 1
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MENU NAME
Comando/orden
Información del
sistema SAI
MENU ITEM
MEANING
Battery maintenance test
This test will lead to the battery being partly
discharged to activate battery until battery voltage is
low. Bypass must be in normal condition, the battery
capacity should be above 25%.
Battery self-check test
UPS transfer to battery discharge mode to test if the
battery is normal. Bypass must be in normal condition,
the battery capacity should be above 25%.
Stop testing
Manually Stop the test including maintenance test,
capacity test
Monitoring software version
Monitoring software version
Rectified software version
Rectifier software version
Inverted software version
Inverter software version
Serial No.
The serial NO set when delivered from the factory
Rated information
System rated information
Module model
Module model
Table 16. Description of UPS Menu
7.7. EVENT LIST
The following Table 17 gives events of UPS History Log
STRING
LCD DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
SEQUENCE
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1
Load On UPS-Set
Load On UPS
2
Load On Bypass-Set
Load On Bypass
3
No Load-Set
No Load (Output Power Lost)
4
Battery Boost-Set
Charger is Boosting Battery Voltage
5
Battery Float-Set
Charger is Floating Battery Voltage
6
Battery Discharge-Set
Battery is Discharging
7
Battery Connected-Set
Battery cables Connected
8
Battery Not Connected-Set
Battery cables Disconnected.
9
Maintenance CB Closed-Set
Maintenance CB is Closed
10
Maintenance CB Open-Set
Maintenance CB is Open
11
EPO-Set
Emergency Power Off
12
Module On Less-Set
Valid Inverter capacity is less then the load capacity
13
Module On Less-Clear
Incident above disappears
14
Generator Input-Set
Generator as the Ac Input Source
15
Generator Input-Clear
Incident above disappears
16
Utility Abnormal-Set
Utility (Grid) Abnormal
17
Utility Abnormal-Clear
Incident above disappears
18
Bypass Sequence Error-Set
Bypass voltage Sequence is reverse
19
Bypass Sequence Error-Clear
Incident above disappears
20
Bypass Volt Abnormal-Set
Bypass Voltage Abnormal
21
Bypass Volt Abnormal-Clear
Incident above disappears
22
Bypass Module Fail-Set
Bypass Module Fail
23
Bypass Module Fail-Clear
Incident above disappears
24
Bypass Overload-Set
Bypass Over load
25
Bypass Overload-Clear
Incident above disappears
26
Bypass Overload Tout-Set
Bypass Over Load Timeout
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LCD DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
SEQUENCE
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Byp Overload Tout-Clear
Incident above disappears
28
Byp Freq Over Track-Set
Bypass Frequency Over Track Range
29
Byp Freq Over Track-Clear
Incident above disappears
30
Exceed Tx Times Lmt-Set
Transfer times (from inverter to bypass) in 1 hour exceed the limit.
31
Exceed Tx Times Lmt-Clear
Incident above disappears
32
Output Short Circuit-Set
Output shorted Circuit
33
Output Short Circuit-Clear
Incident above disappears
34
Battery EOD-Set
Battery End Of Discharge
35
Battery EOD-Clear
Incident above disappears
36
Battery Test-Set
Battery Test Starts
37
Battery Test OK-Set
Battery Test OK
38
Battery Test Fail-Set
Battery Test fails
39
Battery Maintenance-Set
Battery Maintenance Starts
40
Batt Maintenance OK-Set
Battery maintenance succeeds
41
Batt Maintenance Fail-Set
Battery maintenance fails
42
Module Inserted-Set
N# Power Module joins the system
43
Module Exit-Set
N# Power Module quits the system.
44
Rectifier Fail-Set
N# Power Module Rectifier Fails
45
Rectifier Fail-Clear
Incident above disappears
46
Inverter Fail-Set
N# Power Module Inverter Fail
47
Inverter Fail-Clear
Incident above disappears
48
Rectifier Over Temp.-Set
N# Power Module Rectifier Over Temperature
49
Rectifier Over Temp.-Clear
Incident above disappears
50
Fan Fail-Set
N# Power Module Fan Fail
51
Fan Fail-Clear
Incident above disappears
52
Output Overload-Set
N# Power Module Output Over Load
53
Output Overload-Clear
Incident above disappears
54
Inverter Overload Tout-Set
N# Power Module Inverter Over Load Timeout
55
INV Overload Tout-Clear
Incident above disappears
56
Inverter Over Temp.-Set
N# Power Module Inverter Over Temperature
57
Inverter Over Temp.-Clear
Incident above disappears
58
On UPS Inhibited-Set
Inhibit system transfer from bypass to UPS (inverter)
59
On UPS Inhibited-Clear
Incident above disappears
60
Manual Transfer Byp-Set
Transfer to bypass manually
61
Manual Transfer Byp-Set
Cancel to bypass manually
62
Esc Manual Bypass-Set
Escape transfer to bypass manually command
63
Battery Volt Low-Set
Battery Voltage Low
64
Battery Volt Low-Clear
Incident above disappears
65
Battery Reverse-Set
Battery pole (positive and negative are reverse)
66
Battery Reverse-Clear
Incident above disappears
67
Inverter Protect-Set
N# Power Module Inverter Protect ( Inverter Voltage Abnormal or Power Back feed to
DC Bus)
68
Inverter Protect-Clear
Incident above disappears
69
Input Neutral Lost-Set
Input Grid Neutral Lost
70
Bypass Fan Fail-Set
Bypass Module Fan Fail
71
Bypass Fan Fail-Clear
Incident above disappears
72
Manual Shutdown-Set
N# Power Module Manually Shutdown
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LCD DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
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Manual Boost Charge-Set
Manually Battery Boost Charge
74
Manual Float Charge-Set
Manually Battery Float Charge
75
UPS Locked-Set
Inhibit to shut down the UPS
76
Parallel Cable Error-Set
Parallel cable in error
77
Parallel Cable Error-Clear
Incident above disappears
SEQUENCE
78
Lost N+X Redundant
Lost N+X Redundant
79
N+X Redundant Lost-Clear
Incident above disappears
80
EOD Sys Inhibited
System is inhibited to supply after the battery is EOD (end of discharging)
81
Power Share Fail-Set
Power share is not in balance
82
Power Share Fail-Clear
Incident above disappears
83
Input Volt Detect Fail-Set
Input Voltage is abnormal
84
Input Volt Detect Fail-Clear
Incident above disappears
85
Battery Volt Detect Fail-Set
Battery Voltage is abnormal
86
Batt Volt Detect Fail-Clear
Incident above disappears
87
Output Volt Fail-Set
Output Voltage is abnormal
88
Output Volt Fail-Clear
Incident above disappears
89
Outlet Temp. Error-Set
Outlet Temperature is abnormal
90
Outlet Temp. Error-Clear
Incident above disappears
91
Input Curr Unbalance-Set
Input current is not balance
92
Input Curr Unbalance-Clear
Incident above disappears
93
DC Bus Over Volt-Set
DC bus over Voltage
94
DC Bus Over Volt-Clear
Incident above disappears
95
REC Soft Start Fail-Set
Rectifier soft start fails
96
REC Soft Start Fail-Clear
Incident above disappears
97
Relay Connect Fail-Set
Relay in open circuit
98
Relay Connect Fail-Clear
Incident above disappears
99
Relay Short Circuit-Set
Relay shorted
100
Relay Short Circuit-Clear
Incident above disappears
101
No Inlet Temp. Sensor-Set
The inlet temperature sensor is not connected or abnormal
102
No Inlet Temp Sensor-Clear
Incident above disappears
103
No Outlet Temp. Sensor-Set
The Outlet temperature sensor is not connected or abnormal
104
No Outlet TmpSensor-Clear
Incident above disappears
105
Inlet Over Temp.-Set
Inlet over temperature
106
Inlet Over Temp.-Clear
Incident above disappears
Table 17. List of History Log
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7. The UPS is in Normal Mode. Close the battery circuit
8. OPERATIONS
breakers and the UPS starts charging the battery. The LED
indicators are listed below in Table 21.
INDICATOR
8.1. UPS START-UP
8.1.1. Start from Normal Mode
The UPS must be started up by commissioning engineer after
the completeness of installation. The steps below must be
followed:
STATUS
INDICATOR
STATUS
Rectifier
green
Inverter
green
Battery
green
Load
green
Bypass
off
Status
green
Table 21. Modo normal de trabajo del sistema.
1. Ensure all the circuit breakers are open.
8. Close the output circuit breaker for the load
2. Close the input circuit breakers and the system starts
9. it finishes the starting up for the UPS.
initializing. If the system has dual inputs close both of the
breakers.
3. The LCD in front of the cabinet is lit up. The system enters
the home page, as shown in Fig.31.
4. Notice the energy bar in the home page, and pay attention
to the LED indicators. The rectifier flashes indicating the
rectifier is starting up. The LED indicators are listed below
in Table 18.
INDICATOR
Rectifier
STATUS
INDICATOR
STATUS
green flashing
Inverter
off
Battery
red
Load
off
Bypass
off
Status
red
Table 18. Rectifier starting up
5. After 30S, the rectifier indicator goes steady green,
presenting the finishing of rectification and bypass static
switch closes then the inverter is starting up. The LED
indicators are listed below in Table.19.
INDICATOR
STATUS
INDICATOR
STATUS
green
Inverter
green flashing
Battery
red
Load
green
Bypass
green
Status
red
Rectifier
NOTE:
•• When the system starts, the stored setting will be loaded.
•• Users can browse all incidents during the process of the
starting up by checking the menu Log.
•• Information of each power module can be viewed by the
keys in the front of it.
8.1.2. Puesta en marcha a partir de las baterías.
The start for battery model is referring to battery cold start. The
steps for the start-up are as follows:
1. Confirm the battery is correctly connected; close the
external batterycircuit breakers.
2. Press the red button for the battery cold start (See Fig.34).
The system is than powered by the battery.
Table 19. Inverter starting up
6. The UPS transfers from the bypass to inverter after the
1Battery Cold start
inverter goes normal. The LED indicators are listed below
in Table 20.
INDICATOR
STATUS
INDICATOR
STATUS
green
Inverter
green
Battery
red
Load
green
Bypass
off
Status
red
Rectifier
Table 20. Supplying the load
1- Battery Cold start
Fig. 34.The position of the battery cold start button
3. After that, the system is starting up following steps 3 in
section 8.1.1 and the system transfers to battery mode in
30S.
4. Close the external output power supply isolation to supply
the load, and the system is working on battery model.
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8.2. P
ROCEDURE FOR SWITCHING BETWEEN
OPERATION MODES
8.2.1. Switching the UPS into Battery Mode from Normal
Mode
The UPS transfers to Battery model immediately after input
circuit breaker disconnects from the utility.
8.2.2. Switching the UPS into Normal Mode from Bypass
Mode
Follow the path by touching
, and then touch
Manual Byp
to transfer the system to Bypass Mode.
failure.
WARNING: Ensure the bypass is working normally
before transferring to bypass mode. Or it may cause
8.2.3. Switching the UPS into Normal Mode from Bypass
Mode
Follow the path by touching
Manual ESC
, and then touching
, the system transfer to Normal Mode
DANGER: If you need to maintain the power module,
wait for 10 minutes to let the DC bus capacitor fully
discharge before removing the cover.
8.2.5. Switching the UPS into Normal Mode from
Maintenance Bypass Mode
These following procedures can transfer the load from the
Maintenance Bypass mode to inverter output.
1. The bypass turns on 30S after the LED touch screen goes
on, the bypass indicator goes green and the load is powered
through maintenance bypass and static bypass.
2. Turn off the maintenance bypass switch and the load is
powered through bypass. The rectifier starts followed by
the inverter.
3. After 60S, the system transfers to Normal mode.
8.3. BATTERY MAINTENANCE
If the battery is not in use for a long time, it is necessary to test
the condition of the battery. Two methods are provided:
1. Discharging by manual. Enter the menu
, as is
shown in Fig.8.2 and touch the icon “Battery maintenance”,
the system transfers into the Battery mode for discharging.
The system will stop charging when the battery is 20% in
capacity or in low voltage. Users can stop the discharging
by touching the “Stop Test” icon
.
NOTE:
Normally, the system will transfer to the Normal mode
automatically. This function is used when the frequency of the
bypass is over track and when the system needs to transfer to
Normal mode by manual.
8.2.4. Switching the UPS into Maintenance Bypass Mode
from Normal Mode
These following procedures can transfer the load from the UPS
inverter output to the maintenance bypass supply, which is
used for maintaining the bypass module.
ARM I-I-20KVA
N=2 (S)
16:30
Test Cmd
BattTest
MaintTest
Batt Boost
StopTest
Cab. Adj
Batt Float
1. Transfer the UPS into Bypass mode.
2. Open the battery breaker and close the maintenance
bypass. And the load is powered through maintenance
bypass and static bypass.
3. Pull out the bypass module and the load is powered through
maintenance bypass.
WARNING: Before making this operation, read
messages on LCD display to be sure that bypass supply
is regular and the inverter is synchronous with it, so as not to
risk a short interruption in powering the load.
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Fig. 35.Battery maintenance
ATTENTION: The load for the auto maintenance
discharge should be 20%-100%.
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8.4. EPO
The EPO button located in the operator control and display
panel (with cover to avoid disoperation, see Fig.5-5) is designed
to switch off the UPS in emergency conditions (e.g., fire, flood,
etc.).To achieve this, just press the EPO button, and the system
will turn off the rectifier, inverter and stop powering the load
immediately (including the inverter and bypass output), and the
battery stops charging or discharging.
The parallel board is located at the back of the UPS
cabinet, whose name is PS1203-TF4 as is shown in Fig.38
If the input utility is present, the UPS control circuit will remain
active; however, the output will be turned off. To completely
isolate the UPS, users need to open the external mains input
supply to the UPS
A
ATTENTION: When the EPO is triggered, the load is
not powered by the UPS. Be careful to use the EPO
function.
E PO
Fig. 36. EPO Button
8.5. INSTALLATION OF PARALLEL OPERATION SYSTEM
The system can have three UPS cabinets in parallel, which can
extend to a capacity of total 120KVA.
Two UPS cabinets are connected as is shown in Fig.37
Fig. 38.Location of the Parallel board
The control cables for the parallel operation must be connected
with all single devices to form a closed loop, as is shown in
Fig.39.
Fig. 37.Parallel diagram
Fig. 39.Parallel connection
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For more details of parallel operation, please refer to the
“Instruction for Parallel Operation of Tower UPS”.
9. MAINTENANCE
This chapter introduces UPS maintenance, including the
maintenance instructions of power module and monitoring
bypass module and the replacement method of dust filter.
9.1. PRECAUTIONS
Only maintaining engineers can maintain the power module
and monitoring bypass module.
1. The power module should be disassembled from top to
bottom, so as to prevent any inclination from high gravity
centre of the cabinet.
2. To ensure the safety before maintaining power module and
bypass module, use a multimeter to measure the voltage
between operating parts and the earth to ensure the
voltage is lower than hazardous voltage, i.e. DC voltage is
lower than 60Vdc, and AC maximum voltage is lower than
42.4Vac.
3. Bypass module is not recommended to hot swap; only when
UPS is in Maintenance Bypass Mode or UPS is completely
powered off, the bypass module can be disassembled.
4. Wait 10 minutes before opening the cover of the power
module or the bypass after pulling out from the Cabinet.
9.2. INSTRUCTION FOR MAINTAINING POWER MODULE
Confirm the UPS is operating in Normal Mode and the bypass is
working normally before pulling out the power module needed
to be repaired.
1. Ensure the remaining power module will not be overloaded.
2. Power off the module.
3. Remove the mounting screw on the two front sides of the
power module and pull out the module by two persons.
4. Wait 10 mins before opening the cover for repairing.
5. After the repairing is done, push the power module into the
cabinet following the steps in section 3.3.2 and the power
module will automatically join the system.
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10. PRODUCT SPECIFICATION
10.3. MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTIC
MODULE
Un.
This chapter provides the specifications of the product,
including
environmental
characteristics
mechanical
characteristics and electrical characteristics.
Configuration
input-output
10.1. APPLICABLE STANDARDS
Dimension
W×D×H
mm
Weight
Kg.
The UPS has been designed to conform to the following
European and international standards:
ITEM
General safety
requirements for UPS
used in operator access
areas
Electromagnetic
compatibility (EMC)
requirements for UPS
EN-IEC62040-2/AS 62040-2(C3)
Method of specifying the
performance and test
requirements of UPS
EN-IEC62040-3/AS 62040-3 (VFI SS
111)
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Mon/Mon
Tri/Mon
460×790×134
34
34
Table 24. Mechanical Characteristics for Power Module
NORMATIVE
EN-IEC62040-1-1/AS 62040-1-1
10
ITEM
Un.
20/10 20/20 40/20 40/40
Dimension
W×D×H
mm
600×980×950
Weight
kg
166
200
166
200
Table 25. Mechanical Characteristics for Cabinet
10.4. ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS (INPUT RECTIFIER)
ITEM
Un.
PARAMETER
Grid
System
\
3 Phases + Neutral + Ground
Rated
AC Input
Voltage
Vac
380/400/415(three-phase
and sharing neutral with the
bypass input)
The above mentioned product standards incorporate relevant
compliance clauses with generic IEC and EN standards for
safety (IEC/EN/AS60950), electromagnetic emission and
immunity (IEC/EN/ AS61000 series) and construction (IEC/EN/
AS60146 series and 60950).
Rated
Frequency
Hz
50/60Hz
10.2. ENVIRONMENTAL CHARACTERISTICS
Input
Frequency
range
Hz
40~70
Input
Power
factor
PF
>0.99
THDI %
<3% (full Linear Load)
Table 22. Compliance with European and International
Standards
NOTE:
ITEM
Un.
NORMATIVE
Acoustic noise
level at 1 meter
dB
65dB @ 100% load, 62dB @ 45%
load
Altitude of
Operation
m
≤1000, load derated 1%. 100m from
1000m and 2000m
Relative Humidity
%
0-95,non condensing
Operating
Temperature
Cª
0-40,Battery life is halved for every
10°C increase above 20°C
UPS Storage
Temperature
Cª
-40 a 70 (UPS)
Input
voltage
range
THDI
304~478Vac (Line-Line),full
load 228V~304Vac (LineLine),load decrease linearly
according to the min phase
voltage
Table 26. Rectifier AC input Mains
Table 23. Environmental Characteristics
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10.5. C
ARACTERÍSTICAS ELÉCTRICAS (BUS DE
CONTINUA DC)
ÍTEM
Un.
PARÁMETROS
Battery bus
voltage
Vdc
Rated: ±120V
Quantity of
lead-acid
cells
Nominal
40=[1 battery(12V)] ,240=[1
battery(2V)]
Float charge
voltage
V/cell
(VRLA)
2,25V/ celda (seleccionable desde 2,22,35V/ celda).
Modo de carga, corriente constante y
tensión constante
Temperature
compensation
mV/< /cl
3.0 (selectable:0~5.0)
Ripple voltage
%
≤1
Ripple current
%
≤5
VRLA
2.4V/cell(selectable from : 2.30V/
cell~2.45V/cell)
Constant current and constant voltage
charge mode
Equalized
charge
voltage
Final
discharging
voltage
Battery
Charge
Battery
Charging
Power Max
Current
V/ celda
(VRLA)
V/ celda
1.65V/cell(selectablefrom:
1.60V/cell~1.750V/cell)
@0.6C discharge current
1.75V/cell (selectablefrom:
1.65V/cell~1.8V/cell)
@0.15C discharge current
(EOD voltage changes linearly
within the set range according to
discharge current)
2.4V/cell(selectable from : 2.3V/
cell~2.45V/cell)
10.6. E LECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS (INVERTER
OUTPUT)
ÍTEM
Un.
PARÁMETROS
Rated AC
voltage
Vac
220/230/240
Rated
Frequency
Hz
50/60
Frequency
Regulation
Hz
50/60Hz±0.1%
Voltage
precision
%
±1.5(0~100% linear load)
Overload
%
Synchronized
Range
Hz
Settable, ±0.5Hz ~ ±5Hz, default ±3Hz
Synchronized
Slew Rate
Hz
Settable, 0.5Hz/S ~ 3Hz/S, default 0.5Hz/S
Output Power
Factor
PF
0,8
Transient
Response
%
<5% for step load (20% - 80% -20%)
Transient
recovery
Output Voltage
THDu
kW
110%, 60min;
125%,10min;
150%,1min;
>150%,200ms
< 30ms for step load (0% - 100% -0%)
<1% from 0% to 100% linear load
<6% full non-linear load according to IEC/
EN62040-3
10%* UPS capacity (selectable from :
0~20% * UPS capacity)
Table 28. Inverter Output (To critical load)
Table 27. Battery
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10.7. E LECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS (BYPASS MAINS
INPUT)
ITEM
Un.
VALUE
Vac
220/230/240
(One phase)
Overload
%
110% Long term operation; 110%~125% for
5min; 125%~150% for 1min; 150%~400%
for 1s;
>400% ,less than 200ms
Current rating
of neutral
cable
A
1,7 x In
Rated
frequency
Hz
50/60
Switch time
(between
bypass and
inverter)
ms
Synchronized transfer: 0ms
Rated AC
voltage
Settable, default -20%~+15%
Up limited: +10%, +15%, +20%, +25%
Down limited: -10%, -15%, -20%, -30%,
-40%
Bypass
voltage range
%
Bypass
frequency
range
Hz
Settable, ±1 Hz, ±3 Hz, ±5 Hz
Synchronized
Range
Hz
Settable ±0.5Hz~±5Hz, default ±3Hz
Table 29. Bypass Mains Input
10.8. EFFICIENCY
ITEM
UNIT
VALUE
Normal
mode(dual
conversion)
%
94 (Mon./Mon.), 93
(Tri./Mon.)
ECO Mode
%
98
Battery discharging efficiency (battery at nominal
voltage 480Vdc and full-rated linear load)
Battery mode
%
93
Table 30. Efficiency
10.9. DISPLAY AND INTERFACE
TYPE
Display
Interface
DESCRIPTION
LED + LCD +Color touch screen
Standard:RS232, RS485, USB, Dry
Contact Option: SNMP,AS/400
Table 31. Pantalla e Interfaces
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