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Technical Pages
8
UPS Standard
16
Modular UPS
54
Rectifier-Battery Charger
66
Battery Monitoring
78
Technical Assistance
79
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Who we are - LEVER in brief
LEVER is a global leader in power solutions and
conversion technologies. Based in Verona, Italy, the
company employs 50 people and operates worldwide.
LEVER’s business is comprised of three divisions that
are in turn organized in relation to the customers and
industries we serve, IT Business, Oil&Gas and Utilities.
The company in its current form was created in
1989, but its history begin in 1973. LEVER’s success
has been driven particularly by a strong focus on
research and development. The company maintains
one research centers in Verona and has continued to
invest in R&D through all market conditions.
The result has been a long track record of innovation.
Many of the technologies that underlie our modern
society, from UPS to DC rectifiers battery chargers,
were developed or commercialized by LEVER. Today,
LEVER stands as the largest supplier of UPS and
Rectifies, the largest provider of power solutions
worldwide.
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Our strategy
Mission
LEVER’s strategy is focused on the customer, with an
LEVER’s mission has four components that underpin our
eye toward our staff that build our capability and global
strategy and continue to drive the company’s success.
footprint within our core business of power solution.
• Improve performance in productivity, reliability and
As one of the world’s premier engineering companies,
efficiency
LEVER historically has also placed a strong emphasis on
• Drive innovation with a sustained commitment to R&D
research and development. This continues to drive our
• Attract talent with a diverse global workforce and
business today.
opportunities for advancement
• Act responsibly in terms of environmental stewardship,
social responsibility and business ethics
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Sustainability
Vision
As one of the world’s leading engineering companies,
For LEVER, sustainability is about balancing economic
we help our customers to optimize the choices of design
success, environmental stewardship and social progress
according to the actual needs of the system of final the
to benefit all our stakeholders.
customer, to optimize the costs and performance and
Sustainability considerations cover how we design
to lower environmental impact in a sustainable way.
and manufacture products, what we offer customers,
Reliability and performance for a better solution.
how we engage suppliers, how we assess risks and
opportunities, and how we behave in the communities
where we operate and towards one another, while
striving to ensure the health, safety and security of our
employees, contractors and others affected by our
activities.
Environment
LEVER’s products, systems, solutions and services are designed to improve our customers’ businesses - centered around
improving reliability and increasing industrial productivity - while lowering environmental impact.
We seek to minimize the environmental impact of our technologies and products, passing on this expertise to customers and
suppliers, at the same time as trying to ensure that our manufacturing processes are safe and energy-efficient.
In our own operations, LEVER strives to reduce the use of energy and materials, streamline the means of transporting goods,
reduce the impact of business travel, phase out hazardous materials, design eco-efficient and recyclable products, and enhance
suppliers’ performance. Much can be achieved through sharing best practice.
Improving performance also includes the design phase of new products and processes. Design engineers receive training and
tools to carry out Life Cycle Assessments to evaluate a product’s environmental impact throughout its life cycle. LEVER ensures
that the manufacturing facilities comply with ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 international standards on the management of
environmental and health and safety risks. Close collaboration with external sustainability organizations and universities also
helps LEVER to establish effective programs to support its improvement initiatives.
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Power problems
Why an Uninterruptible Power Supply?
Data centres, servers, LAN nodes and telecommunication systems must always be protected against possible problems with power
supply. Sudden blackouts and variations in the mains supply may lead to system malfunctions and severe data losses. But even
other types of electrical equipment can be damaged or in turn cause damage or inconvenience if there is a fault in the mains supply.
You only need to think about the checkouts in supermarkets, lighting systems and industrial production units, not to mention safety
systems, medical equipment, pumping installations and automatic devices in general. The simplest and most effective way of coping
with these disturbances in the electricity network is to install a UPS unit (UPS stands for Uninterruptible Power Supply). Acting as an
interface between the mains and the loads, a UPS guarantees the continuity and the quality of the electricity supplied to the loads,
regardless of the condition of the mains. In fact these machines stabilise the voltage perfectly, eliminating all disturbances and when
the mains supply fails, they even supply voltage via a series of batteries which provide power long enough to guarantee the safety of
persons and the system. In order to select the type of appliance that is best suited to ensure the required level of protection, you need
to be aware of the types of problems with the mains supply that may disturb your appliances.
Most blackouts are caused by incorrect operations during plant maintenance operations or,
more trivially, due to improper use of equipment leading to overloads or short circuits.
Reference technical standards Safety
EN 62040-1-1 is the reference standard regulating
the basic safety requirements for UPSs used in areas
accessible to operators. EN 62040-1-2 is the reference
standard regulating UPS used in restricted access
locations (control panels, electricity cabinets etc.).
Electromagnetic compatibility
UPSs are designed to operate in situations where
disturbances can occur but, at the same time, to emit
the lowest possible number of disturbances so as not to
cause inconvenience with other appliances in the system.
The immunity and emission limits as well as the test
methods are defined in the IEC EN 62040-2 standard.
Performance
The reference document is “Method of specifying the
performance and test requirements” EN 62040-3; this
standard is a guide to achieving better understanding
between manufacturers and users, as it defines the
performance levels that must be declared and the test
methods for this. All Levers UPS are designed and
constructed in compliance with the above standards and
thus they bear the CE marking.
CEI, CENELEC and IEC are the recognized
standardization bodies respectively at
Italian, European and international level.
The following internationally-recognized
European standards on UPS, ensure
compliance with EC Directives.
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Power problems
ECO ENERGY LEVELS
Lever UPS uninterruptible power supplies power some of the most critical data centres and
servers in use today. Within these environments, energy management is critical. Running
costs must be minimized without compromising resilience, i.e. the ability to adapt to adverse
external conditions whilst ensuring complete availability of the services provided. Equipment
must operate at the highest possible levels of efficiency to reduce the strain on critical power supplies
and minimise the effect on the installation area. Lever UPS models have always been compliant with the highest levels of efficiency
in terms of energy protection and are classified according to a scale with 6 levels, corresponding with the efficiency value of the UPS
with respect to the European Code of Conduct; this is known as the Eco Energy Level. The ECO Energy Level is a tool implemented
by Lever UPS to help customers to identify the products with the highest levels of efficiency in terms of energy protection; the 6 levels
have recently been updated to comply with the stringent new efficiency levels required by the CoC. In addition to this, the availability
of Smart Mode provides a further method for improving efficiency by furthering Eco Energy Levels assessment. Lever UPS ‘s Eco
Energy Level is more than just a concept; it is a system that demonstrates how the UPS that get the highest marks (levels 4, 5 and
6) are more efficient, and therefore more beneficial economically and environmentally. The Eco Energy Level system demonstrates
both how the most efficient UPS provide energy savings that allow the cost of their purchase to be recovered quickly with respect
to standard efficiency UPS, as well as how their use leads to significant reductions in carbon emissions into the atmosphere.
THE HUMAN FACTOR, ADDED VALUE
The concepts of product quality and
excellence are central to Lever UPS’s
corporate philosophy, but this is combined
with a further concept: the value of people,
whether they are customers, users or
colleagues. At every staff level in Lever UPS,
the sense of belonging to the company and
respect for others has created an excellent
working environment, which has been
instrumental in achieving the great results
enjoyed by Lever UPS. The team work that
leads everyone to give their best every day,
coordinating with colleagues to achieve the
set results is the result of the careful selection, management and training of staff, but also and above all thanks to a healthy attitude
of sharing targets at all levels and an ethical belief in added value. One of the secrets of Lever UPS’s success as a company is the
reciprocal respect for each person’s contributions and the shared effort to ensure the best levels of service and highest levels of
customer satisfaction.
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UPS smart grid ready
UPS SMART GRID READY
The evolution of electrical power grids is a key element for achieving greater sustainability; particularly fundamental are the
power management systems for balancing supply and demand, for using energy in the most sustainable and efficient way:
smart grids. Smart grids are nothing more than power grids that efficiently integrate and manage the behaviour and actions of all
the connected consumers (generators, output points, etc.), with the aim of ensuring the economically efficient operation of
the electrical system, with a high level of safety, continuity and quality of supply. Smart grids not only introduce new concepts
to power grids but also new business opportunities with regards to installations with UPS: batteries of uninterruptible power
supplies represent significant investments, but they are only partially used. Using these distributed power accumulators and
generating business in power accumulation scenarios will become fundamentally important.
PHOTOVOLTAIC CENTRAL
ENERGY MANAGER SYSTEM
POWER DISTRIBUTION GRID
BATTERY SET
UPS SMART GRID READY
SERVER ROOM
Smart grids also mean the integration of different energy sources, two-way flow, information exchange grids and centralised
management. In this new scenario installations with UPS can take on new roles, becoming virtual power plants, decentralised
power accumulation systems, variable power generators and above all they can be combined with renewable energy sources.
In order to be “smart grid ready”, UPS must allow for the implementation of power accumulation solutions, and at the same
time ensure extremely high levels of efficiency. They must also be able to independently select the most efficient operating
method based on the status of the grid. They must be able to electronically interface with the energy manager using the smart
grid communication network. Always open to technological innovation, Lever UPS has invested in research and technology to
develop smart grid ready products, creating the Vega HP, Vega and Electa, the first smart grid ready UPS on the market.
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Types of UPS
Classification of UPS according to the CEI EN 62040-3 standard (method of specifying performance and test requirements).
VFD
TYPE
UPS VFD
Off-line (VFD)
In normal operating mode, the load is powered directly
from the mains through the UPS static switch. When the
mains voltage is not within the UPS preset tolerances, the
load is transferred to the inverter in about 2-4 ms using
battery power. The voltage generated by the inverter is
typically step-wave or square-wave.
VI
TYPE
LINE
INTERACTIVE
Line Interactive (VI)
In normal operating mode, the load is powered from the mains
through an AVR (Auto Voltage Regulator) circuit. This device
corrects voltage variation within its capacity for regulation,
returning the voltage to its default values. When the variations
in the power supply are not within the capacity for regulation of
the AVR circuit, the inverter intervenes and through the stored
energy in its batteries it ensures the continuity and quality
of the power supply. The transition from stabilised mains to
inverter supply takes place in about 2-4 ms and the voltage
generated by the inverter can be of a sinusoidal type or
stepwave (square-wave) type depending on the UPS model.
VFI
TYPE
ONLINE
Double Conversion (VFI)
In normal operating mode, the load is powered by the
combination of rectifier/ inverter. When the AC input supply
is not within the voltage and frequency tolerances, the
unit enters into battery mode operation where the battery/
inverter combination continues to power the load for as
long as its power lasts, or until the AC input power returns
within the required tolerances. The intervention time for
battery operation is instantaneous (0 ms). If the rectifier/
inverter fails or in the event of an overload, either in the
permanent or transition mode, the unit goes into bypass
mode (0 ms), where the load is temporarily supplied via
the reserve line.
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UPS connected in parallel
Introduction
UPS can be connected in parallel in order to increase reliability in the
PARALLEL CONFIGURATION OF UP TO & UPS UNITS WITH DISTRIBUTED BYPASS
Bypass mains
supply of power to the load and the power available on output. Up to 8
Mains
Mains
Mains
units can be connected in parallel. Our recommendation is to connect
units of the same power. It is necessary, therefore, to install an electronic
Battery
Battery
UPS connected in parallel together with the mains supply, in order to
Battery
card (on each UPS) which guarantees the frequency synchronicity of the
avoid exchanges of current among the UPS in parallel and between the
UPS in parallel and the mains supply (only in inverter/mains and/or mains/
inverter switching). The load that can be applied to a system with multiple
machines in parallel can be higher than the load that can be sustained
Maintenance Bypass Cabinet (optional)
Load
by each unit thanks to automatic powersharing. Increased reliability is
DINAMIC DUAL BUS CONFIGURATION
only achieved on condition that the total system power, with one unit
Bypass 1
System A
deactivated, remains higher than the demand. This condition is always
Mains
Bypass 2
System B
Mains
Mains
Mains
achieved by adding a redundant unit. A redundant unit is obtained with
a UPS that is additional to the minimum number of elements required
Battery
Battery
Battery
the power supply can continue in a correct manner. The UPS connected
Battery
to power the load, so that after the automatic exclusion of a faulty unit,
in parallel are coordinated by a board, which controls the exchanges
UGS
Sinchroniser
of information. The information is exchanged between the UPS via a
cable that connects them in a ring circuit. The ring connection provides a
Static Transfer
SWITCH
redundancy in the connection cable (communication by cable between
Load 3
Load 1
the single units). This is the most reliable way to connect the UPS with
Load 2
Static Transfer
SWITCH
Load 4
each other. It also allows the connection and hot disconnection of a UPS.
PARALLEL CONFIGURATION OF UP TO & UPS UNITS WITH DISTRIBUTED BYPASS
Baypass mains
Each UPS has its own controller that continuously communicates with
Mains
Mains
Mains
the entire system so as to ensure correct operation. The cable transmits
signals from a “Master” UPS to the other “Slaves” with an optoisolated
activated, to become “Master” and to take control of the other “Slaves”.
Battery
Battery
each other. The operating logic provides for one unit, the first one that is
Battery
system so as to maintain the control systems electrically isolated from
In the event of failure of the “Master” unit, there will be an immediate
transfer of control to a “Slave” who in turn will become “Master”. The
parallel systems may work with one battery on each UPS module or one
battery for the whole system. The exact connection in parallel provides
Load
for the connection from a single mains node to the input terminals of
the various UPS, and the connection from their output terminals to a
DUAL BUS SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
System A
single node for the power supply to the load, with the cables having the
System B
Bypass 1
Mains
Mains
Bypass 2
Mains
Mains
same section and total length. This recommendation is necessary to
ensure the distribution of power during operation on the by-pass line:
Battery
Battery
Battery
centralized parallel system (increasingly less used) has a single static
Battery
UPS in distributed parallel have a static switch for each UPS, while the
switch (with by-pass function) external to the UPS and is dimensioned
for the entire power of the parallel system. The distribution of the load
PSJ
in normal operation is automatic. Normally parallel systems are available
for UPS with power exceeding 6kVA; further details about the types of
configurations can be found in the description of the individual products.
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SWITCH
Load 1
Load 2
Mains Disturbances
Undervoltage
An undervoltage is a reduction in the amplitude of the voltage for a time ranging from 10ms
to 1s. The voltage variation is expressed as a percentage of the nominal voltage between 10
and 100%. A voltage drop of 100% is called an opening or is normally known as blackout.
Microinterruptions or micro-openings, can be induced by transient faults (between 10ms
and 1s). Short openings can be induced, on the other hand, by the operation of protection
devices (1s to 1 min.). Long openings are usually induced by problems that occur on the
highvoltage grid (≥ to 1min).
Consequences:
- Computer Applications: system blackouts with corruption or loss of data, overheating
and ageing of electronic components resulting in operational paralysis.
- Industrial applications: Instability of asynchronous motors and loss of synchronization of
synchronous motors, opening of contactors (undervoltage> 30%), power-off of discharge
lamps with undervoltage >50% for 20-40ms, with subsequent return of power that only
occurs after several minutes, resulting in operational paralysis.
Overvoltages
An overvoltage is an increase in voltage for a time of over 10ms. Overvoltages can be
induced by the disconnection of heavy loads (interruption of production processes in
industries: the reduction in speed of electric motors, arc furnaces, rolling mills etc.) or by
natural events such as lightning.
Consequences:
- Faults with all electrical/electronic equipment (100% <overvoltage<150%): e.g. damage to
circuit boards, power packs, computers/servers, faults with lighting systems etc.
Flicker effect
The flicker effect is a flickering of lights induced by rapid variations in voltage. These voltage
variations are caused by loads in which the power absorption varies very quickly: arc
furnaces, welding machines, rolling machines, laser cutters.
Consequences:
the flickering of lights is very unpleasant for those who witness it.
Transient effect
Transient phenomena consist of very high and fast overvoltages that reach as much as
20kV. These transients are caused mainly by lightning (random phenomenon according
to location, duration and amplitude) but also by manoeuvres or faults on the high voltage
grid, by inductive load switching or by the powering of highly capacitive loads.
Consequences:
Transients destroy inadequately protected equipment (melting of wires, perforation of
insulation in motors, badly-timed releases of protection devices, etc.).
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Harmonics
Definition of harmonics
Given a sinusoidal (fundamental) magnitude, one can define as harmonic a sinusoidal multiple frequency magnitude. The order of the
harmonic is the relationship between its frequency and that of the fundamental: for example, if the fundamental is 50 Hz, the third-order
harmonic, or third harmonic has a frequency of 150 Hz. The sum of the fundamental and the harmonics gives rise to a function that is
periodic but not sinusoidal (distorted waveform). A distorted waveform is therefore equivalent to a presence of harmonics, and vice versa.
In general, any periodic function can be broken down into a series of sinusoidal functions (Fourier series).
Origin of harmonics
Devices that generate harmonics are present in the industrial sector, the service sector and also in the home. Harmonics are generated
by non-linear loads: a load is defined as non-linear when the current which it absorbs does not have the same form as the voltage that
supplies it. Power electronics such as rectifiers, inverters, electronic starters, variable frequency motor drives, switching power supplies,
discharge lamps are classic examples of non-linear loads. The powering of non-linear loads causes the appearance of THDIs (Total
Harmonic Distortion Currents) circulating in the system. In turn, harmonic currents that pass through the power supply circuit (lines and
transformers), cause the deformation of the mains voltage: the harmonic distortion in voltage THDU (Total Harmonic Distortion Voltage).
Consequences: the damage caused by harmonics can be summarized as follows:
- the electronic power regulation systems may be disturbed by the fact of having to work with voltages that are not perfectly sinusoidal.
- the electronic signal systems, designed to work with very low currents, can easily be “fooled” by the presence of disturbances induced
by high-frequency electromagnetic fields.
- the harmonic components of order 3 (150 Hz) in three-phase systems become homopolar, i.e. they converge on the neutral conductor
and overload it. In the absence of the neutral, circulating currents may occur inside the three-phase appliances, connected in triangular
form, generating dangerous overloads in this situation, too. In single-phase systems, personal computers are classic examples of heavilydistorted loads with a high content of 3rd order harmonics which, as described above, will have an effect on the neutral. The conductor
of the latter must therefore be sized appropriately, otherwise overheating will occur, thus reducing its life and quality.
- the magnetic fields generated by the high order harmonics are at high frequency and easily generate unwanted inductive couplings that
can produce malfunctions in the most sensitive components such as differentials.
In general, therefore, the economic effects of harmonics can be seen in terms of a shorter useful life of an installation, of a lower yield and
a high likelihood of reduced
performance. An Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) in a double conversion configuration is a possible solution to the problem of
harmonics generated by loads. Since the UPS is interposed between the loads and the mains, it absorbs all the harmonics of the loads
and only provides the mains with the harmonics originating from the operation of the UPS itself. These values are certain and defined in
the properties shown on the nameplate. Lever offers UPS with various technological solutions for the input stage ranging from six-pulse
or twelve-pulse rectifiers with optional anti-harmonic filters to the ultramodern IGBT rectifiers with PFC (Power Factor Control).
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Batteries
The battery is a delicate part of the UPS system. For this reason it is necessary to pay attention to the selection and to the installation
conditions. A low-quality battery or one not installed correctly can result in a loss of load.
Requirements on installing batteries
The internal gas recombination or VRLA batteries, can be installed in places normally
frequented by people; in fact, the necessary air exchange is negligible but should not
be overlooked, as prescribed in the European standard EN 50272-2. Although VRLA
batteries function within the specified temperature limits for UPS, they do have an
accelerated ageing if the temperature is higher than the nominal working temperature
(20°-25°C). For every 10°C over the nominal temperature the expected life of the
battery is halved. Example: battery with a nominal T of 25°C = 4-5 years of life;
operating at 35°C the life duration becomes 2-2.5 years. One normally provides for
the replacement of batteries during the life of a UPS. When positioning the batteries,
check the equipment manual to avoid making this operation difficult! The room where
the batteries are located should be maintained at temperatures between 20-25°C to
maximize the life expectancy of the batteries; in addition, the area must be at least
2 m high to facilitate installation. The floor must be able to withstand a load equal to
the weight of the batteries, which may reach a total of about 2,300-2,400 kg/ sq.m.
The doors of these rooms must open outwards. When the batteries are mounted
inside a cabinet, access must only be possible after the battery has been isolated
and a door has been opened using the special tool. The correct charging voltage
for the batteries varies according to the ambient temperature. Modern UPS are able
to regulate the charging voltage by means of temperature sensors. In the event of
batteries connected externally to the unit and if the room temperature is not stable,
it is advisable to mount a temperature sensor which will transmit information to the
battery-charger. If the batteries are open vase, they must be installed in a special
room following the EN 50272 standard on premises, in particular complying with the
air exchange calculation in accordance with the formula specified in paragraph 1.2 of
the standard. If forced air ventilation is used, any failure of this must be reported to
the UPS so that the batterycharger is stopped, thereby avoiding the possible build-up
of hydrogen inside the room. Batteries are an independent source of energy and so
it is absolutely necessary to install a protection device with adjustments appropriate
to their capacity and the discharge currents. It is advisable to have a protection
device for each battery branch if the batteries were installed with multiple branches in
parallel. Ventilation requirements for batteries according to the EN50272-2 standard.
The batteries shown in this catalogue, are all of the internal gas recombination or
VRLA type, also known as sealed Pb batteries. These batteries do not require any
particular devices, except in the event of large capacity installations (more than 100
Ah). With larger capacity facilities, it is necessary to provide adequate ventilation. The
purpose of ventilating the room where the batteries are installed is to maintain the
hydrogen concentration below the 4% threshold of the Lower Explosion Limit (LEL).
The rooms where the batteries are installed are considered safe from the point of
view of explosions when the concentration of hydrogen is kept below this safety limit,
with natural or forced (artificial) air ventilation. The minimum air flow for ventilating the
rooms where the batteries are installed must be calculated in accordance with local
specifications. In the absence of such specifications, one can use the European EN
50272 as the reference standard.
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EC 1000
UPS ONLINE
1 kVA - 20 kVA
• True double-conversion online UPS
• Wide input voltage range (110-300 VAC)
• Input power factor correction 0.99
• Output power factor 0.9
• 50/60 Hz Frequency Converter Mode
• Programmable power management outlets
• Emergency power off function (EPO)
• ECO mode operation for energy saving
• Generator compatible
• High overload capability and enhanced short circuit
Compact and Reliable Power Protection for:
- Servers, IT and network equipment
- Office telecommunication and security systems
- Medical, diagnostic and test devices
- Bank and Finance applications
- Chemical and Manufacturing process
- Auxiliary and Emergency care systems
protection
• SNMP/USB/RS-232 multiple communications
• 3-stage smart charging design
• Laser printer and ultrasound system load acceptable
Smart Charger and Intelligent Battery Care
EC1000 Series has a smart battery charger to optimize the battery performance
and to extend useful service life:
-1-3kVA UPS are equipped with 2-stage charger design to guarantee
battery discharge time. Besides, it will adjust charging voltage according to
outside temperature.
-6-20kVA UPS are equipped with 3-stage extendable charger. The
extendable charger design can be stacked in numbers for large-capacity
battery charging.
A deep battery discharge feature prevents the batteries damage. EC1000
6kVA and above have adjustable battery number to work in normal operation
even with 18 batteries.
Scalable runtime with battery pack
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Advanced Technology and Optimal Power
Performances
A true double conversion UPS will provide clean, high level
quality power to fully protect mission-critical devices. The DSP
controller provides an improved and cost-effective solution
with highest performance. Output power factor up to 0,9
offers more active power to modern IT equipment. The wide
input voltage range (110V-300V) assures power supply
to connected devices under extremely unstable network,
protecting the batteries life. EC1000 is input low impact with
almost unitary power factor and negligible harmonic distortion,
fully generator compatible without power oversizing. All
models have the back-feed protection and Emergency
Power Off (EPO) input to secure the personnel and
equipment in case of emergency cases. EC1000 from 6kVA
and above are equipped with maintenance rotary switch
to assure continuous power to critical devices during UPS
maintenance. With programmable power management
outlets, users can easily and independently control loads
segments. During power failure, this feature enables users
to extend battery time to mission-critical devices shutting
down the non-critical loads. EC1000 1-3kVA is fit out with
various outlets types (IEC, Schuko, NEMA, etc.). EC1000 is
as standard with internal battery and DC connector for
additional battery packs for scalable runtime; the version
EC1000SC without battery and integrated super charger for
long back time.
Flexible and Reliable Configurations for all needs
EC1000 Series has selectable operation modes: Single,
N+X Parallel Redundant for 6kVA and up models, Hot
Standby, Ecomode, 50/60 Hz Frequency Converter.
For genuinely redundant power protection, EC1000
6-20kVA can either be used in parallel operation up to 3
units or hot standby mode. Slave UPS will back up the
load in the event of critical component failure. It increase
power safety and availability only adding a auxiliary cable.
Setting the output frequency 50 or 60Hz as different the
input will feed equipments as frequency converter. ECO
mode operation offers efficiency as high as 97% to cut
energy usage & cost. UPS power application via static
bypass, timely returning to online double conversion when
the need arises.
Parallel operation up to 3 UPS
EC1000 with Built-in Isolation Transformer (Option)
Monitoring Software ViewPower - UPS Management
With built-in isolation transformer, the UPS will assure full isolation
and complete common mode noise rejection for connected
precious equipment. It becomes an ideal power source with 100%
protection against unexpected AC power problems.
All EC1000 units are endowed with CD ViewPower Software and
communication cable.
- Allows control and monitoring of multiple UPSs via local
PC, LAN or Internet
- User-friendly power analysis graphs
- Real-time dynamic graphs of UPS data
- Safely OS shutdown and protection from data loss during
power failure
- Warning notifications via audible alarm, broadcast, mobile
messenger and email
- Scheduled UPS on/off, battery test, programmable outlet
control and audible alarm
- Password security
- Supports multiple OS and local languages
LCD Display Panel
All EC1000 are CE certified and comply with standards:
IEC61000-4-2, IEC61000-4-3, IEC61000-4-4, IEC61000-4-5,
IEC62040-1, IEC61040-2 and IEC60950-1.
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EC1000 1 kVA / 2kVA / 3kVA Technical Guide
Model EC1101 (SC) EC1102 (SC) EC1103 (SC)
PHASE
Single phase with ground
CAPACITY
1000 VA/900 W
2000 VA/1800 W
3000 VA/2700 W
INPUT
Nominal Voltage 100/110/115/120/127 VAC or 200/208/220/230/240 VAC
Voltage Range
55 - 150 VAC ± 5 % or 110 - 300 VAC ± 5 % at 50% load
80 - 150 VAC ± 5 % or 160 - 300 VAC ± 5 % at 100% load
Frequency Range
40 Hz ~ 70 Hz
Power Factor ≧ 0.99 @ Nominal Voltage (100% Load)
THDi≦ 5% @100~130VAC or 205-245VAC
THDU
< 1.6% @ input and full linear load condition with battery fully charged
OUTPUT
Output Voltage
100/110/115/120/127 VAC or 200/208/220/230/240 VAC
AC Voltage Regulation (Batt. Mode)
± 1%
Frequency Range (Synchronized Range)
47~53 Hz or 57~63 Hz
Frequency Range (Batt. Mode)
50 Hz ± 0.1 Hz or 60Hz ± 0.1 Hz
Current Crest Ratio
3:1
Harmonic Distortion≦2 % THD (Linear Load)
4 % THD (Non-linear Load)
Transfer Time
AC Mode to Batt. Mode Zero
Inverter to Bypass
4 ms (Typical)
Waveform (Batt. Mode)
Pure Sinewave
EFFICIENCY
AC Mode
90% 91%
ECO Mode 97%
Battery Mode
89%
89%
90%
BATTERY
Battery Type
12 V / 7 Ah
12 V / 7 Ah
12 V / 9 Ah
Numbers
3
6
6
Typical Recharge Time
4 hours recover to 90% capacity
Charging Current (Max.) 1.5 A
Charging Voltage
41.0 VDC ± 1%
82.1 VDC ±1% 82.1 VDC ±1%
SC MODEL
Battery Type
Depending on the capacity of external batteries
Numbers
3
6
6
Charging Current (Max.) 1A/2A/4A/6A/8A (Selectable via LCD setting)
Charging Voltage
41.0 VDC ± 1%
82.1 VDC ±1%
82.1 VDC ±1%
INDICATORS
LCD Display
UPS status, Load level, Battery level, Input/Output voltage, Discharge timer, and Fault conditions
ALARM
Battery Mode Sounding every 5 seconds
Low Battery Sounding every 2 seconds
Overload Sounding every second
Fault
Continuously sounding
PHYSICAL
Dimension, DxWxH (mm)
397 x 145 x 220 421 x 190 x 318
Net Weight (kgs)
12,5
25,8
27
SC MODEL
Dimension, DxWxH (mm)
397 x 145 x 220 421 x 190 x 318
Net Weight (kgs)
5,8
12
13,8
ENVIRONMENT
Humidity 20-95 % RH @ 0- 40°C (Non-condensing)
Noise Level
Less than [email protected]
MANAGEMENT
Smart RS-232/USB
Supports Windows 2000/2003/XP/Vista/2008, Windows 7/8, Linux, Unix, and MAC
Optional SNMP
Power management from SNMP manager and web browser
*Derate to 80% of capacity in Frequency converter mode and to 80% when the output voltage is adjusted to 100VAC,200VAC or 208 VAC.
** L means long-run model Product specifications are subject to change without further notice
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EC1000 6 kVA / 10 kVA Technical Guide
MODEL
EC1106 EC1106SC EC1110EC1110SC
CAPACITY [VA/W]
6000/5400
10000/9000
INPUT
Nominal Voltage
200/208/220/230/240 Vac
Voltage Range
110–300 Vac @ 50% load or 176–300 Vac @ 100% load
Frequency Range
46 ÷ 64 Hz
Power Factor
≥ 0,99 @ Nominal Voltage (100% load)
OUTPUT
Selectable Voltage
200/208/220/230/240 Vac
AC Voltage Reg. (Batt. Mode)
± 1%
Freq. Range (Synch. Mode)
46÷54 Hz or 56÷64 Hz
Freq. Range (Batt. Mode)
50/60 ± 0.1 Hz
Current Crest Ratio
3:1 (max.)
Harmonic Distortion
≤ 3% THD (linear load); ≤ 6% (non-linear load)
Transfer Time AC to Batt. Mode
0 ms
Inverter to Bypass
0 ms
EFFICIENCY
AC Mode
89%
Battery Mode
88%
BATTERY
VRLA Type
12V / 7Ah
External
12V / 9Ah
External
Numbers
20 (selectable 18-20)
Charging Current (max.)
1A
4A
1A
4A
Charging Voltage
273 Vdc ± 1%
GENERAL
Dimensions (WxDxH)
250 x 592 x 576
Weight (kgs)
81
25
83
27
Noise level < 55dB @ 1m
< 58dB @ 1m
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EC1000 10 kVA / 20 kVA Technical Guide
MODEL
CAPACITY [VA/W]
Nominal Voltage
Voltage Range
Frequency Range
Power Factor
THDI%
Selectable Voltage
AC Voltage Reg. (Batt. Mode)
Freq. Range (Synch. Mode)
Freq. Range (Batt. Mode)
Current Crest Ratio
Harmonic Distortion
Transfer Time AC to Batt. Mode
Inverter to Bypass
AC Mode
Battery Mode
VRLA Type
Numbers
Charging Current (max.)
Charging Voltage
Dimensions (WxDxH)
Weight (kgs)
Noise level Environment
Interface port
EC1310EC1310SCEC1320EC1320SC
10000/9000
20000/18000
INPUT
3 x 380/400/415 Vac (3ph + N)
190-520 (3ph) Vac @ 50% load or 305-478 (3ph) Vac @ 100% load
46 ÷ 64 Hz
≥ 0,99 @ Nominal Voltage (100% load)
< 6% @ 100% load
OUTPUT
200/208/220/230/240 Vac
± 1%
46÷54 Hz or 56÷64 Hz
50/60 ± 0.1 Hz
3:1 (max.)
≤ 2% THD (linear load); ≤ 5% (non-linear load)
0 ms
0 ms
EFFICIENCY
89%
89%
89%
89%
89%
89%
89%
BATTERY
12V / 9Ah
12V / 9Ah
External
External
20 (sel. 18–20)
2x20 (sel. 18–20)
1 A
4 A
2 A
4A
273 Vdc ± 1%
GENERAL
250 x 592 x 576
250 x 815 x 826
250 x 592 x 576
83
28
164
40
< 60dB @ 1m
< 65dB @ 1m
Temperature 0÷40°C ; Humidity <90%
USB and RS232; Intellislot for optional SNMP, AS400, ModBus cards
EC1000 Battery Box
UPS Power [VA]
Part Number
N. Batt.
Type
Dimensions LxDxH [mm]
Weight [kgs]
1 kVA
BEC2030000
0
-
472 x 230 x 325
5
2 kVA / 3 kVA
BEC3060000
0
-
674 x 320 x 450
14
6 kVA / 10 kVA
BEC3200000
0
-
250 x 830 x 576
34
20 kVA
BEC4200000
0
-
250 x 815 x 826
46
Note: Further battery pack configuration are available. Contact: [email protected]
* Derate capacity to 60% of capacity in Frequency converter mode and to 80% when the output voltage is adjusted to 100VAC, 200VAC or 208VAC.
** Product specifications are subject to change without further notice.
All EC1000 are CE certified and comply with standards: IEC61000-4-2, IEC61000-4-3, IEC61000-4-4, IEC61000-4-5, IEC62040-1,
IEC61040-2 and IEC60950-1.
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EC3000
UPS ONLINE
10/20/30 kVA 3P/3P
Compact and Reliable Power Protection for:
- Servers, IT and network equipment
- Office telecommunication and security systems
- Medical, diagnostic and test devices
- Bank and Finance applications
- Chemical and Manufacturing process
- Auxiliary and Emergency care systems
Advanced Technology and Optimal Power Performances
A true double conversion UPS will provide clean, high level quality
power to fully protect mission-critical devices. The DSP controller
provides an improved and cost-effective solution with highest
performance.
Smart Charger and Intelligent Battery Care
EC3000 Series is equipped with 3-stage extendable charger. The
extendable charger design can be stacked in numbers for largecapacity battery charging. A deep battery discharge feature prevents
the batteries damage. EC3000 has adjustable battery number to
work in normal operation even with 18 batteries.
Flexible and Reliable Configurations for all needs
EC3000 Series has selectable operation modes: Single, N+X
Parallel Redundant, Hot Standby, Ecomode, 50/60 Hz Frequency
Converter.
ECO mode operation offers efficiency as high as 98% to cut energy
usage & cost. UPS power application via static bypass, timely
returning to online double conversion when the need arises.
Output power factor up to 0,9 offers more active power to modern
IT equipment.
The wide input voltage range (190V-520V) assures power
supply to connected devices under extremely unstable network,
protecting the batteries life. EC3000 is input low impact with
almost unitary power factor and negligible harmonic distortion,
fully generator compatible without power oversizing.
All models have the back-feed protection and Emergency Power
Off (EPO) input to secure the personnel and equipment in case of
emergency cases.
All EC3000 units are equipped with maintenance rotary switch
to assure continuous power to critical devices during UPS
maintenance. Dual inputs version with separated bypass is
available for 10-20kVA.
EC3000 is as standard with internal battery and DC terminals
for additional battery cabinet for scalable runtime; the version
EC3000SC without battery and integrated super charger for long
back time.
Monitoring Software ViewPower - UPS Management
All EC3000 units are endowed with CD ViewPower Software and communication cable.
- Allows control and monitoring of multiple UPSs via local PC, LAN or Internet
- User-friendly power analysis graphs
- Real-time dynamic graphs of UPS data
- Safely OS shutdown and protection from data loss during power failure
- Warning notifications via audible alarm, broadcast, mobile messenger and email
- Scheduled UPS on/off, battery test, programmable outlet control and audible alarm
- Password security
- Supports multiple OS and local languages
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EC3000/10000/20000/30000VA Technical Guide
MODEL
EC3310EC3310SCEC3320EC3320SCEC3330 EC3330SC
CAPACITY [VA/W]
10000/9000
20000/18000
30000/27000
INPUT
Nominal Voltage
3 x 400 Vac (3Ph+N)
Voltage Range
190–520 Vac @ 50% load or 305–478 Vac @ 100% load
Frequency Range
46 ÷ 64 Hz
Current THD% < 3%
Power Factor
≥ 0,99 @ Nominal Voltage (100% load)
OUTPUT
Selectable Voltage
3 x400 Vac (3Ph+N)
AC Voltage Reg. (Batt. Mode)
± 1%
Freq. Range (Synch. Mode)
46÷54 Hz or 56÷64 Hz
Freq. Range (Batt. Mode)
50/60 ± 0.1 Hz
Current Crest Ratio
3:1 (max.)
Harmonic Distortion
≤ 2% THD (linear load); ≤ 4% (non-linear load)
Transfer Time AC to Batt. Mode
0 ms
Inverter to Bypass
0 ms
EFFICIENCY
Efficiency
94,2
94,6
95,6
BATTERY
VRLA Type
12V / 9Ah
External
12V / 9Ah
External
12V/9Ah
External
Numbers per string
20 (selectable 18-20)
Internal batteries as standard 20
-
40
-
60
Standard backup time 10min
-
10min
-
10min
Charging Current (max.)
1 A
4 A
2 A
4 A
4 A
12 A
Charging Voltage
273 Vdc ± 1%
PHYSICAL AND GENERAL
Wide (mm)
250
300
250
Deep (mm)
815
592
815
592
815
Height (mm)
826
1000
826
Weight (kgs)
109
38
164
40
234
64
Noise level at 1m
< 60 dBA
< 65 dBA
Operating temperature
0 ÷ +40°C
Relative humidity
< 95% non-condensing
Altitude site
< 1000m without derating
Colour
Black Gray 7021
IP Rating
IP20
Remote signals
Dry contact (as option)
Remote Controls
EPO and Bypass (as standard)
Communications
USB and RS232 ports + slot for communications interface
Options for communication
SNMP Adapter, Centralized Monitoring Software, Thermal and Humidity sensors,
J-Bus/ModBus, ProfiBus, Additional programmable contacts
Standards
IEC 62040-3, IEC 62040-2, IEC 62040-1-1,
CE Mark; IEC 62040-1-1, EN 50091-2, EN 60950, EN 60529 and VFI 111
Classification as IEC 62040-3
(Voltage Frequency Independent) VFI-SS-111
Cable entrance
Bottom
Moving the UPS
Transpallet
Storage temperature
-25 ÷ +70°C
* Autonomy is calculated at the typical load.
** Product specifications are subject to change without further notice.
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ECR 1000
UPS ONLINE
1 kVA - 10 kVA
Rack/Tower Convertible
• True double-conversion online UPS
• Wide input voltage range (110-300 VAC)
• Input power factor correction 0.99
• Output power factor 0.9
• 50Hz/60Hz frequency converter mode
• Programmable power management outlets
• Emergency power off function (EPO)
• ECO mode operation for energy saving (ECO)
• SNMP+USB+RS-232 multiple communications
• Smart battery charger design for optimized
battery performance
Compact and Reliable Power Protection for:
• Selectable output voltage via LCD panel
- Servers, IT and network equipment
- Office telecommunication and security systems
- Medical, diagnostic and test devices
- Bank and Finance applications
- Chemical and Manufacturing process
- Auxiliary and Emergency care systems
Advanced Technology and Optimal Power Performances
A true double conversion UPS will provide clean, high level quality power to fully protect mission-critical devices. The DSP
controller provides an improved and cost-effective solution with highest performance. ECR1000 Series is designed in true
universal-mount case. It can be easily installed as floor-standing tower or in 19-inch rackmount bracket. All the accessories
for both fittings are supplied in the packaging. ECR1000 is a excellent density UPS with output power factor 0,9 to provide
higher performance and efficiency to critical applications. The wide input voltage range (110V-300V) assures power supply
to connected devices under extremely unstable network, protecting the batteries life. ECR1000 is input low impact with almost
unitary power factor and negligible harmonic distortion, fully generator compatible without power oversizing. All models have the
back-feed protection and Emergency Power Off (EPO) input to secure the personnel and equipment in case of emergency
cases. With programmable power management outlets, users can easily and independently control loads segments.
During power failure, this feature enables users to extend battery time to mission-critical devices shutting down the non-critical
loads. ECR1000 is fit out with various outlets types (IEC, Schuko, NEMA, etc.).
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Hot-Swappable Battery Design for all models
Flexible and Reliable Configurations for all needs
This design ensures easy operation, clean and uninterruptible
power to protected equipment during battery replacement.
ECR1000 Series has selectable operation modes: Single,
N+X Parallel Redundant for 6kVA and up models, Hot
Standby, Ecomode, 50/60 Hz Frequency Converter.
For genuinely redundant power protection, ECR1000
6-10kVA can either be used in parallel operation up to 3
units or hot standby mode. Slave UPS will back up the
load in the event of critical component failure. It increase
power safety and availability only adding an auxiliary cable.
Setting the output frequency 50 or 60Hz as different the
input will feed equipment as frequency converter. ECO
mode operation offers efficiency as high as 98% to cut
energy usage & cost. UPS power application via static
bypass, timely returning to online double conversion when
the need arises.
ECR1000 is as standard with internal battery and DC
connector for additional battery packs for scalable
runtime; the version ECR1000SC without battery and
integrated super charger for long back time.
ECR1000 models are equipped with programmable
output contact to drive remote control system.
Selectable Contact
EPO N.C. Contact
External Battery Connector
Programmable Outlet [P1] - connect to non-critical devices
Parallel operation up to 3 UPS
User-friendly and easy - shift LCD Display
Monitoring Software ViewPower - UPS Management
The front can be easily shifted through LCD setting to suit
the installation format, vertically stand or flat wall mount.
All ECR1000 units are endowed with CD ViewPower
Software and communication cable. - Allows control and
monitoring of multiple UPSs via local PC, LAN or Internet
- User-friendly power analysis graphs
- Real-time dynamic graphs of UPS data
- Safely OS shutdown and protection from data loss during
power failure
- Warning notifications via audible alarm, broadcast,
mobile messenger and email
- Scheduled UPS on/off, battery test, programmable outlet
control and audible alarm
- Password security
- Supports multiple OS and local languages
1-3kVA LCD
6-10kVA LCD
Self-Oriented Display Panel
All ECR1000 are CE and UL certified and comply with standards:
IEC61000-4-2, IEC61000-4-3, IEC61000-4-4, IEC61000-4-5,
IEC62040-1, IEC61040-2 and IEC60950-1; UL1778.
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ECR1000 1 kVA / 2 kVA / 3 kVA Technical Guide
MODEL
ECR1101ECR1101SCECR1102ECR1102SCECR1103ECR1103SC
CAPACITY [VA/W]
1000/900
1000/800 2000/1800 2000/1600 3000/2700 3000/2400
INPUT
Nominal Voltage
200/208/220/230/240 Vac
Voltage Range
110–300 Vac ± 5%
Frequency Range
40 ÷ 70 Hz
Power Factor
≥ 0,99 @ Nominal Voltage (100% load)
OUTPUT
Selectable Voltage
200/208/220/230/240 Vac
AC Voltage Reg. (Batt. Mode)
± 1%
Freq. Range (Synch. Mode)
47÷53 Hz or 57÷63 Hz
Freq. Range (Batt. Mode)
50±0.5 Hz or 60±0.5 Hz
Current Crest Ratio
5:1 (max)
Harmonic Distortion
≤ 2% THD (linear load); ≤ 8% (non-linear load)
Transfer Time AC to Batt. Mode
0 ms
Inverter to Bypass
< 4 ms (Typical)
EFFICIENCY
AC Mode
87%
90%
Battery Mode
83%
88%
BATTERY
VRLA Type
12V / 9Ah
12V / 9Ah
12V / 9Ah
External
External
External
Numbers
2
4
6
Charging Current (max.)
1 A
8 A
1 A
8 A
1 A
8A
Charging Voltage
27.4 Vdc ± 1%
54.7 Vdc ± 1%
82.1 Vdc ± 1%
INDICATORS
LCD Display
Load level, Battery level, AC mode, Battery mode, Bypass mode, Fault indicator
ALARMS
Battery Mode
Sounding every 4 seconds
Low Battery
Sounding every second
Overload
Sounding twice every second
Fault
Continuously sounding
GENERAL
Dimensions (WxDxH)
438 x 380 x 88 [2U]
438 x 480 x 88 [2U]
438 x 600 x 88 [2U]
Weight (kgs)
13
9
21
11
28
14
Noise level < 50dB @ 1m
Environment
Temperature 0÷40°C ; Humidity <90%
Interface port
USB and RS232; EPO; Intellislot for optional SNMP, AS400, ModBus cards
* Product specifications are subject to change without further notice.
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ECR1000 6 kVA / 10 kVA Technical Guide
MODEL
ECR1106 ECR1106SC ECR1110ECR1110SC
CAPACITY [VA/W]
6000/5400
10000/9000
INPUT
Nominal Voltage
200/208/220/230/240 Vac
Voltage Range
110–300 Vac @ 50% load or 176–300 Vac @ 100% load
Frequency Range
46 ÷ 64 Hz
Power Factor
≥ 0,99 @ Nominal Voltage (100% load)
OUTPUT
Selectable Voltage
200/208/220/230/240 Vac
AC Voltage Reg. (Batt. Mode)
± 1%
Freq. Range (Synch. Mode)
46÷54 Hz or 56÷64 Hz
Freq. Range (Batt. Mode)
50/60 ± 0.1 Hz
Current Crest Ratio
3:1 (max.)
Harmonic Distortion
≤ 3% THD (linear load); ≤ 6% (non-linear load)
Transfer Time AC to Batt. Mode
0 ms
Inverter to Bypass
0 ms
EFFICIENCY
AC Mode
90%
Battery Mode
88%
BATTERY
VRLA Type
External
Numbers
20 (selectable 18-20)
Charging Current (max.)
1A
4A
1A
4A
Charging Voltage
273 Vdc ± 1% (based on battery number at 20pcs)
GENERAL
ECR1106 unit: ECR1106SC unit: ECR1110 unit: ECR1110SC unit:
Dimensions (WxDxH)
438 x 580 x 133
438 x 580 x 133
438 x 668 x 133
438 x 668 x 133
20
20
24
24
Weight (kgs)
57
-
63
Noise level < 58dB @ 1m
< 60dB @ 1m
Environment
Temperature 0÷40°C ; Humidity <90%
Interface port
USB and RS232; Dry contact, EPO; Intellislot for optional SNMP, AS400, ModBus card
* Product specifications are subject to change without further notice.
ECR1000 Battery Box
UPS Power [VA]
Part Number
N. Batt.
Type
Dimensions WxDxH [mm]
Weight [kgs]
1 kVA
BER2020000
0
-
438 x 380 x 88 [2U]
7
2 kVA
BER2040000
0
-
438 x 480 x 88 [2U]
9
3 kVA
BER2060000
0
-
438 x 600 x 88 [2U]
12
6 kVA / 10 kVA
BER1200000
0
-
438 x 580 x 133 [3U]
13
Note: Further battery pack configuration are available. Contact: [email protected]
All ECR1000 are CE and UL certified and comply with standards: IEC61000-4-2, IEC61000-4-3, IEC61000-4-4, IEC61000-4-5
and IEC60950-1; UL1778.
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Accessories EC1000/EC3000/ECR 1000
Accessories for Remote Control
SNMP Card
- Allows control and monitoring of multiple UPS through RJ-45 network connection
- Real-time dynamic graphs of UPS data (voltage, frequency, load and battery levels)
- Warning notifications via audible alarm, broadcast, mobile messenger
- Historical data log stored in centralized PC database
- Simple firmware upgrade with one click
- Password security protection and remote access management
- Supports optional environmental monitoring detector for temperature, humidity and smoke
AS400 card with dry-contact signals (9pins or RS232 interface)
PDU and Maintenance Bypass Switch
The Maintenance Bypass Switch MBSTR assures
continuous power to critical devices during UPS
maintenance.
MBSTR16 Box for 1-3kVA
MBSTR50 Box for 6-10kVA
ModBus Card
Automatic Transfer Switch (ATS) 16A single-phase
To ensure redundancy for very critical loads supplied by
ECR1000 1-3kVA, it’s possible hot-standby mode through an
external transfer switch unit (ATS). This product is designed with
two independent power inlets to supply power to the load from
a primary power source. Should primary power source fails, the
secondary will automatically back up the connected equipment
without any interruption. The transfer time from one line to another
is seamless to the connected equipment. After switching to a
secondary power source, the ATS can also switch power back
to the primary input when power to the primary input is restored.
Rackmount Slider
Simple installation for mounting ECR1000 in all
cabinet 19-inches for server rack or industrial
instruments.
ECR1000-RCS kit
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ECR1000-ATS16
The ATS has common and individual outlets, moreover has a
USB/RS232 ports for monitoring the status of the input sources
and output.
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HOMIV
INVERTER
1 kVA - 5 kVA Pure Sine Wave
• Pure sine wave inverter
• Configurable input voltage range for home appliances and personal computers via LCD setting
• Configurable battery charging current based on applications via LCD setting
• Configurable AC/Solar Charger priority via LCD setting
• Compatible to mains voltage or generator power
• Auto restart while AC is recovering
• Overload/ Over temperature/ Short-circuit protections
• Smart battery charger design for optimized battery performance
• Cold start function
• Parallel operation with up to 6 units, only available for HOMIV 4-5kVA
Compact and Flexible Inverter for long Emergency:
- Home appliances
- Office telecommunication and security systems
- Emergency lighting
- Stand-alone power supplies
- Isolated or unstable power network
- Auxiliary and Emergency care systems
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This is a multi-function inverter/charger, combining functions of inverter, solar charger and battery charger to offer uninterruptible
power support with portable size. Its comprehensive LCD display offers user-configurable and easy-accessible button operation
such as battery charging current, AC/solar charger priority, and acceptable input voltage based on different applications.
HOMIV Hybrid Power System
Basic System Architecture
The above illustration shows basic application for this
inverter/charger. It also includes following devices to have
a complete running system:
- Generator or Utility.
- PV modules (option)
Consult with your system integrator for other possible
system architectures depending on your requirements.
This inverter can power all kinds of appliances in home or
office environment, including motor-type appliances such
as tube light, fan, refrigerator and air conditioner.
HOMIV Inside Overlook
All HOMIV are CE certified and comply with standards: IEC61000-4-2, IEC61000-4-3, IEC61000-4-4, IEC61000-4-5 and IEC60950-1.
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HOMIV Inverter Technical Guide
MODEL
HOMIV-1KHOMIV-2KHOMIV-3K HOMIV-4KHOMIV-5K
CAPACITY [VA/W]
1000/800
2000/1600
3000/2400
4000/3200
5000/4000
INPUT
Nominal Voltage
230 Vac
170 - 280 Vac (For Personal Computers)
Selectable Voltage Range
90 - 280 Vac (For Home Appliances)
Frequency Range
50/60 Hz (Auto sensing)
OUTPUT
AC Voltage Reg. (Batt. Mode)
230 Vac ± 5%
Surge Power
2000
4000
6000
8000
10000
Efficiency (Peak)
90%
93%
Transfer Time Personal Comput.
10 ms
Home Appliances
20 ms
BATTERY
Battery Voltage
12 Vdc
24 Vdc
48 Vdc
Floating Charge Voltage
13.5 Vdc
27 Vdc
54 Vdc
Overcharge Protection
15 Vdc
30 Vdc
60 Vdc
Charging Current (max.)
10 A or 20 A
20 A or 30 A
SOLAR CHARGER (OPTION)
Charging Current
50 A
Max PV Array Open Circuit
30 Vdc
60 Vdc
90 Vdc
Standby Power Consumption
1 W
2W
GENERAL
Dimensions (WxDxH)
240 x 95 x 316
272 x 100 x 355
295 x 120 x 468
Weight (kgs)
5.0
6.4
6.9
9.8
9.8
Storage Temperature
-15÷+60°C
Operating Environment
Temperature 0÷55°C ; Humidity <95%
Communications
LCD Display and Remote Monitoring
* Typical transfer time for parallel operation 30ms.
** Product specifications are subject to change without further notice.
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Parallel Operation in Single phase
Two inverters in parallel:
Power connection
N
L
Communication connection
Load
N
L
Support 3-phase equipment
One inverter in each phase:
Power connection
Communication connection
Support 3-phase equipment
Two inverter in each phase:
Power connection
Communication connection
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ELECTA
UPS ONLINE
10 kVA - 20 kVA
• Large power size selection
10, 15, 20 kVA
• Small footprint
• Zero impact source
• Flexibility of use
• Advanced communications
The Electa series is ideal for protecting data centres and
telecommunications systems, IT networks and critical
systems in general, where the risks connected with poor
energy supply can compromise the continuity of activities
and services. The Electa series is available in 10-15-20 kVA
models with threephase/ single-phase input and singlephase output, and 10-15-20 kVA models with three-phase
input and output and on-line double conversion technology
in accordance with VFI-SS-111 classification (as set out in
standard IEC EN 62040-3). Electa is designed and built using
state-of-the-art technology and components. It is controlled
by a DSP (Digital Signal Processor) microprocessor, to
provide maximum protection to the powered loads with
no impact on downstream systems, and optimised energy
savings.
Zero impact source
Electa solves installation problems in systems where the power supply has limited power available, where the UPS is supported
by a generator or where there are compatibility problems with loads that generate harmonic currents; Electa has a zero impact
on its power source, whether this is the mains power supply or a generator:
• input current distortion < 3%
• input power factor 0,99
• power walk-in function that ensures progressive rectifier start up
• start-up delay function, to restart the rectifiers when mains power is restored if there are several UPS in the system. In addition,
Electa plays a filtering and power factor correction role in the power network upstream of the UPS, as it eliminates harmonic
components and reactive power generated by the power utilities.
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Installation flexibility
EM/ET 10,15,20 is available in two different cabinet frames:
• 1320mm high housing: batteries to for back up time up to
30 minutes on 20 kVA or Isolation transformer;
The single phase output (EM 10, 15, 20 kVA) thanks to Its
highly flexible design allows full compatibility with both threephase and single-phase power supplies, thus eliminating
problems in connecting the UPS to the system.
Battery care system
Proper battery care is critical to ensuring correct UPS
operation in emergency conditions. The Lever UPS battery
care system consists of a series of features and capabilities
to optimise battery management and obtain the best
performance and operating life possible. Battery recharging:
Electa is suitable for use with hermetically sealed leadacid (VRLA), AGM and GEL batteries and Open Vent and
Nickel Cadmium batteries. Depending on the battery type,
different charging methods are available:
• One-level voltage recharge, typically used for widely
available VRLA AGM batteries
• Two-level voltage recharge according to IU specification
• Charge blocking system to reduce electrolyte consumption
and lengthen the life of VRLA batteries.
Recharge voltage compensation based on temperature in
order to prevent excessive battery charges or overheating.
Battery tests to diagnose in advance any reduction in
performance or problems with the batteries. Deep discharge
protection: during extended low-load discharges, the endof-discharge voltage is increased - as recommended by
battery manufacturers - to prevent damage or reduced
battery performance. Ripple current: recharge ripple current
(residual AC component) is one of the main causes of
reduced reliability and battery life. Using a high frequency
battery charger, Electa reduces this value to negligible levels,
prolonging battery life and maintaining high performance
over a long period of time. Wide voltage range: the rectifier
is designed to operate within a wide input voltage range
(up to - 40% at half load), reducing the need for battery
discharge and thus helping to extend battery life.
Maximum reliability and availability
Distributed parallel configuration of up to 8 units per
redundant (N+1) or power parallel system. The UPS
continue to operate in parallel even if the connection cable
is interrupted (Closed Loop).
Advanced communications
Electa is equipped with a back-lit graphic display (240x128
pixels) providing UPS information, measurements, operating
states and alarms in different languages. It can also display
wave forms and voltage/ current forms. A wide range of
comunications options are available to ensure global and
comprehensive UPS monitoring. Please refer to option
table for details.
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BATTERY BOX
MODELS
DIMENSIONS (mm)
DETAILS
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BB12079S0
BB4040S0
BB40100B0
ELECTA Technical Guide
MODEL
EM10BAT
EM15BAT
EM20BAT
ET10BAT
ET15BAT
ET20BAT
INPUT
Nominal voltage
380-400-415 Vac three-phase + N / 220-230-240 Vac
380-400-415 Vac three-phase + N
single-phase + N
Nominal frequency
50/60 Hz
Frequency tolerance
40 - 72 Hz
Power factor at full load
0,99
Current distortion
THDI ≤ 3%
BYPASS
Nominal voltage
220-230-240 Vac single-phase + N
380-400-415 Vac three phase + N
Number of phases
1
3+N
Voltage tolerance (Ph-N)
180 - 264 V (selectable)
Nominal frequency
50 or 60 Hz (selectable)
Frequency tolerance
±5 (selectable)
Bypass overload
125% for 60 minutes, 150% for 10 minute
OUTPUT
Nominal power (kVA)
10
15
20
10
15
20
Active power (kW)
9
13,5
18
9
13,5
18
Power factor
0,9
Number of phases
1
3+N
Nominal voltage (V)
220-230-240 Vac single-phase + N (selectable)
380-400-415 Vac three-phase + N (selectable)
Static variation
± 1%
Dynamic variation
± 3%
Crest factor
3 : 1 Ipeak/Irms
Voltage distortion
≤ 1% with linear load / ≤ 3% with non-linear load
Frequency
50/60 Hz
Frequency stability during
0,01%
battery operation
BATTERIES
Type
VRLA AGM/GEL/NiCd/Li-ion/Supercaps
Recharge time
6 hours
INFO FOR INSTALLATION
Weight without batteries (kg)
105
115
120
105
115
120
Dimensions (WxDxH) (mm)
440 x 850 x 1320
Communications
3 slots for communications interface / USB / RS232
Operating temperature
0 °C / +40 °C
Relative humidity
90% non-condensing
Colour
Dark grey RAL 7016
Noise level at 1 m [dBA ±2]
< 40 dBA
Smart Active
IP rating
IP20
Smart Active efficiency up to 98%
up to 99%
Standards
European Directives: L V 2006/95/CE low voltage Directive
EMC 2004/108/CE electromagnetic compatibility Directive
Standards: Safety IEC EN 62040-1; EMC IEC EN 62040-2 C2
Classification in accordance with IEC 62040-3 (Voltage Frequency Independent) VFI - SS - 111
Moving the UPS
castors / transpallet (10 - 20 kVA)
BAT Also available with internal batteries
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ELECTA
UPS ONLINE
30 kVA - 200 kVA
• Complete range 30-200 kVA
• Small footprint
• High efficiency up to 96,5%
• Zero impact source
• Flexibility of use
• Advanced communications
The Electa series is ideal for protecting data centres and
telecommunications systems, IT networks and critical
systems in general, where the risks connected with poor
energy supply can compromise the continuity of activities
and services. The Electa series is available in 30-40-6080-100-125-160-200 kVA models with three-phase input
and output and on-line double conversion technology in
accordance with VFI-SS-111 classification (as set out in
standard IEC EN 62040-3). Electa is designed and built
using state-of-the-art technology and components. It has
a fully controlled IGBT rectifier to minimize the impact on
the grid. It is controlled by a DSP (Digital Signal Processor)
microprocessor, to provide maximum protection to the
powered loads with no impact on downstream systems,
and optimised energy savings.
Zero impact source
Electa solves installation problems in systems where the power supply has limited power available, where the UPS is supported
by a generator or where there are compatibility problems with loads that generate harmonic currents; Electa has a zero impact
on its power source, whether this is the mains power supply or a generator:
• input current distortion < 2,5%
• input power factor 0,99
• power walk-in function that ensures progressive rectifier start up
• start-up delay function, to restart the rectifiers when mains power is restored if there are several UPS in the system. In addition,
Electa plays a filtering and power factor correction role in the power network upstream of the UPS, as it eliminates harmonic
components and reactive power generated by the power utilities.
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Battery care system
Proper battery care is critical to ensuring correct UPS
operation in emergency conditions. The Lever UPS battery
care system consists of a series of features and capabilities
to optimise battery management and obtain the best
performance and operating life possible. Battery recharging:
Electa is suitable for use with hermetically sealed leadacid (VRLA), AGM and GEL batteries and Open Vent and
Nickel Cadmium batteries. Depending on the battery type,
different charging methods are available:
• One-level voltage recharge, typically used for widely
available VRLA AGM batteries
• Two-level voltage recharge according to IU specification
• Charge blocking system to reduce electrolyte consumption
and lengthen the life of VRLA batteries. Recharge voltage
compensation based on temperature in order to prevent
excessive battery charges or overheating. Battery tests
to diagnose in advance any reduction in performance or
problems with the batteries. Deep discharge protection:
during extended low-load discharges, the end-ofdischarge voltage is increased - as recommended by
battery manufacturers - to prevent damage or reduced
battery performance. Ripple current: recharge ripple current
(residual AC component) is one of the main causes of
reduced reliability and battery life. Using a high frequency
battery charger, Electa reduces this value to negligible levels,
prolonging battery life and maintaining high performance
over a long period of time. Wide voltage range: the rectifier
is designed to operate within a wide input voltage range
(up to - 40% at half load), reducing the need for battery
discharge and thus helping to extend battery life.
High efficiency
State-of-the-art three-level NPC inverters are used across
the power range (30÷200) to achieve an operating efficiency
of 96,5%. This technology halves (50%) the energy
dissipated in a year by traditional UPS, with an efficiency
level of 92%. Its exceptional performance makes it possible
to recover the capital investment cost in less than three
years of operation.
Maximum reliability and availability
Distributed parallel configuration of up to 6 units per redundant (N+1) or power parallel system. The UPS continue to operate in
parallel even if the connection cable is interrupted (Closed Loop).
Advanced communications
Advanced technology and use of high performance components, allows Electa to provide exceptional performance and efficiency,
with a compact size:
• the smallest overall footprint is only 0,37 sqm for Electa 40 kVA with batteries
• the type of input stage (IGBT rectifier) ensures an input power factor close to 1 with low current distortion, avoiding the need for
bulky and expensive filters
• unity output power factor for ET 160 – 200 make it suitable to any data centre application ensuring full power availability no matter
what the utilities power factor range (typically from 0,9 lagging to 0,9 leading)
• more active power than a traditional UPS, guaranteeing a greater margin when sizing UPS for potential future load increases.
• smart ventilation principle on ET 160-200 manages the number of operating fans and their speed according to room temperature
and load level. This preserves the life span of the fans and at the same time we reduce noise level and overall power consumption
for unnecessary UPS ventilation.
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Flexibility
With its flexible configuration, performance, accessories and
options, ELECTA is suitable for use in a wide range of applications:
• suitable for powering capacitive loads, such as blade servers,
without any reduction in active power from 0,9 lead to 0,9 lag
• On-line, Eco, Smart Active and Stand By Off operating modes
- compatible with centralised power systems (CSS) applications.
• frequency converter mode
• configurable EnergyShare sockets to preserve runtime for the
most critical loads or to be activated only when mains power fails
• Cold Start to switch on the UPS even when there is no mains
power present
• ET 30-40 version: cabinet (1320 x 440 x 850mm HxWxD) for
optimised solutions when medium to long-term runtimes are
required.
ET 60-100 with Socle box (h: 1850 mm)
• optional temperature sensor for external battery cabinets, to
assist recharge voltage compensation
• high power battery chargers to optimise charge time in the event
of long runtimes
• optional dual input mains power supply
• isolation transformers for modifying the neutral earthing (separate
power sources), or for galvanic isolation between the input and
output
• 220 V three-phase IN/OUT version and 50/60 Hz frequency for
10-40 kVA power ratings
• different sized battery cabinets and capacities, for extended
runtimes
• with the ET 60-100 the UPS can be raised up to 25 cm from the
ground to allow the cables to pass more freely to/
from the UPS terminal board
• eT 160-200 could be equipped with a side mounted top entry
cabinet to arrange UPS cabling from the top.
ELECTA ET 160-200 with top cable entry
Advanced communications
Electa is equipped with a back-lit graphic display (240x128
pixels)
providingUPS
information,
measurements,
operatingstates and alarms in different languages. It can
also display wave forms and voltage/current forms. The
default screen displays UPS status, graphically indicating
the status of the various assemblies (rectifier, batteries,
inverter, bypass).
• Advanced multi-platform communications for all operating
UPSmon5 monitoring and shutdown software included for
Windows operating systems 8, 7, Hyper-V, 2012, 2008,
and previous versions, Mac OS X, Linux, VMWare ESXi,
Citrix XenServer and other Unix operating systems
• RS232 serial and USB ports
• 3 slots for the installation of optional communications
accessories such as network adapters, potential free
contacts, etc.
• REPO Remote Emergency Power Off for switching off the
UPS via a remote emergency button
• Input for the connection of the auxiliary contact of an
external manual bypass
• Input for synchronisation from an external source
• Graphic display panel for remote connection.
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DETAILS
BATTERY BOX
MODELS
BB12079S0
BB4040S0
BB40100B0
DIMENSIONS (mm)
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ELECTA Technical Guide
MODEL
ET30BAT ET40BAT
ET60
ET80
ET100
ET125
ET160
ET200
INPUT
Nominal voltage
380-400-415 Vac three-phase + N
Nominal frequency
50/60 Hz
Frequency tolerance
40 - 72 Hz
Power factor at full load
0,99
Current distortion
THDI ≤ 3%
THDI ≤ 2,5%
BYPASS
Nominal voltage
380-400-415 Vac three-phase + N
Number of phases
3+N
Voltage tolerance (Ph-N)
180 - 264 V (selectable)
Nominal frequency
50 or 60 Hz (selectable)
Frequency tolerance
±5 (selectable)
Bypass overload
125% for 60 minutes, 150% for 10 minute
OUTPUT
Nominal power (kVA)
30
40
60
80
100
125
160
200
Active power (kW)
27
36
54
72
90
112,5
160
200
Power factor
0,9
1
Number of phases
3+N
Nominal voltage (V)
380-400-415 Vac three-phase + N (selectable)
Static variation
± 1%
Dynamic variation
± 3%
Crest factor
3 : 1 Ipeak/Irms
Voltage distortion
≤ 1% with linear load / ≤ 3% with non-linear load
Frequency
50/60 Hz
Frequency stability during
0,01%
battery operation
BATTERIES
Type
VRLA AGM/GEL/NiCd/Li-ion/Supercaps
Recharge time
6 hours
INFO FOR INSTALLATION
Weight without batteries (kg)
135
145
190
200
220
250
450
460
Dimensions (WxDxH) (mm)
440x850x1320
500x850x1600
650x840x1600
850x1050x1900
Communications
3 slots for communications interface / USB / RS232
Operating temperature
0 °C / +40 °C
Relative humidity
90% non-condensing
Colour
Dark grey RAL 7016
Noise level at 1 m [dBA ±2]
< 40 dBA
< 63 dBA
< 50 dBA
Smart Active
IP rating
IP20
Smart Active efficiency up to 99%
Standards
European Directives: L V 2006/95/CE low voltage Directive
EMC 2004/108/CE electromagnetic compatibility Directive
Standards: Safety IEC EN 62040-1; EMC IEC EN 62040-2 C2
Classification in accordance with IEC 62040-3 (Voltage Frequency Independent) VFI - SS - 111
Moving the UPS
castors / transpallet (10 - 20 kVA)
BAT Also available with internal batteries
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VEGA
UPS ONLINE
10 kVA - 100 kVA 3Ph/1Ph
10 kVA - 80 kVA 3Ph/3Ph
• Efficiency Control System (ECS)
• Robust and reliable
• Galvanic isolation
• High overload capacity
• Extensive parallel configurations
Total protection
Vega series UPS provide maximum protection and power
quality for mission critical loads, including data centres,
industrial processes, telecommunications, security and
electro-medical systems. Vega is an on-line double
conversion UPS (VFI SS 111 - IEC EN 62040-3) with a
transformer isolated inverter. The Vega range includes
three-phase input and single-phase output versions from
10 to 100 kVA, and three-phase input and output versions
from 10 to 800 kVA. All versions are provided with a 6-pulse
thyristor-based rectifier, with or without optional harmonic
filters. A 12-pulse thyristor-based rectifier is available on
request for the 60 and 80 kVA versions with or without
optional harmonic filters.
Easy source
Vega makes supplying the UPS from generator sets and MT/BT transformers simpler and more efficient, reducing power loss
in the system and coils, correcting the
power factor and eliminating current harmonics created by the loads supplied by the UPS. In addition to this, the progressive
rectifier start-up (power walk-in) and the option to reduce battery charging currents, allow for a reduction in the input current
uptake. This means less demand on the source, which is particularly useful when the source is a generator set.
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Flexibility
Vega is suitable for a wide range of applications including IT
and the most demanding industrial environments. The UPS
is suitable for power capacitive loads such as blade
servers, from 0,9 leading to 0,8 lagging. With a broad
range of accessories and options, complex configurations
and system architectures can be achieved to guarantee
maximum power availability and the option to add new UPS
without interruption to existing installation.
Battery care system: maximum battery care
Normally the batteries are kept charged by the rectifier;
when mains power fails, the UPS uses this energy
source to power the consumers. Proper battery care is
therefore critical to ensuring correct UPS operation under
emergency conditions. The Lever UPS battery care system
consists of a series of functions designed to optimise
battery management and achieve the best performance
and operating life possible. Vega is also compatible with
different battery technologies: vented open lead acid, VRLA
AGM, Gel, NiCd, Flywheels, Supercaps and Lithium.
• Efficiency Control System (ECS): a system to optimise
the operating efficiency of parallel systems, according
to the power required by the load. N +1 redundancy is
guaranteed, with every UPS working in parallel at the best
load level possible to achieve higher overall efficiency.
• Parallel Systems Joiner (PSJ)
Allows two groups of UPS to be connected in parallel whilst
operating, in the event of maintenance (with no interruption
to the output), using a power coupling switch. Should one of
the UPS in one of the parallel groups fail, it is automatically
excluded. The PSJ connects the remaining UPS, to the
other parallel group via an external bypass, in order to
continue to guarantee load redundancy.
Dimensions
Advanced communications
• Advanced multi-platform communications for all operating
systems and network environments: UPSmon5 monitoring
and shutdown software included for Windows operating
systems 8, 7, Hyper-V, 2012, 2008, and previous versions,
Mac OS X, Linux, VMWare ESXi, Citrix XenServer and other
Unix operating systems.
• RS232 serial and USB ports
• 3 slots for the installation of optional communications
accessories such as network adapters, potential free
contacts, etc.
• REPO Remote Emergency Power Off for switching off the
UPS via a remote emergency button
• Input for the connection of the auxiliary contact of an
external manual bypass
• Input for synchronisation from an external source
• Graphic display panel for remote connection. Maximum
reliability and availability
• Distributed or centralised parallel configuration of up to 8
units per redundant (N+1) or power parallel system. Parallel
configurations using models with different power ratings are
also possible.
• Hot System Expansion (HSE): allows the addition of a
further UPS into an existing system, without the need to
switch off the existing UPS or transfer them to bypass
mode. This guarantees maximum load protection, even
during maintenance and system expansion.
• Maximum levels of availability, even in the event of an
interruption to the parallel bus cable: the system is “FAULT
TOLERANT”. It is not affected by connection cable faults
and continues powering the load without disruption,
signalling an alarm condition.
HC= Version with filtering of 5th or 11th harmonics
D= Twelve-phase version
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DYNAMIC DUAL BUS CONFIGURATION
Solution to ensure redundancy up to the distribution of the power
supply to the loads and improved STS operation. + Downstream
fault discrimination
DINAMIC DUAL BUS CONFIGURATION
Bypass 1
Bypass 2
System B
Mains
Mains
Battery
Mains
Battery
Battery
Mains
Battery
System A
UGS
Sinchroniser
Static Transfer
SWITCH
Load 3
Load 1
Load 2
Static Transfer
SWITCH
Load 4
DUAL BUS SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
Solution to ensure redundancy of the power supply even during
maintenance. + High availability and redundancy
DUAL BUS SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
System B
Bypass 1
Bypass 2
Mains
Battery
Mains
Battery
Battery
Mains
Mains
Battery
System A
PSJ
SWITCH
Load 1
Load 2
BATTERY BOX
MODELS
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BB32100B1
BB32100B2
BB40100B0
VEGA Technical Guide
MODEL
VM10BAT VM15BAT VM20BAT
VM30
VM40
VM60
VM80
VM100
INPUT
Nominal voltage
380 - 400 - 415 Vac three-phase
Voltage tolerance
400 V + 20% /- 25%
Frequency
45 - 65 Hz
Soft start
0 - 100% in 120’’ (selectable)
Permitted frequency tolerance
± 2% (selectable from ± 1% to ± 5% from front panel)
Standard equipment provided
Back Feed protection; separable bypass line
BYPASS
Nominal voltage
220 - 230 - 240 Vac single-phase + N
Nominal frequency
50 or 60 Hz (selectable)
OUTPUT
Nominal power (kVA)
10
15
20
30
40
60
80
100
Active power (kW)
9
13,5
18
27
36
54
72
90
Number of phases
1
Nominal voltage
220 - 230 - 240 Vac single-phase + N (selectable)
Static stability
± 1%
Dynamic stability
± 5% in 10 ms
Voltage distortion
< 1% with linear load / < 3% with non-linear load
Crest factor
3:1 lpeack/lrms
Frequency stability on battery
0,05%
Frequency
50 or 60 Hz (selectable)
Overload
110% for 60’; 125% for 10’; 150% for 1’
BATTERIES
Type
VRLA AGM / GEL; NiCd; Supercaps; Li-ion; Flywheels
Residual ripple voltage
< 1%
Temperature compensation
-0,5 Vx°C
Typical charge current
0,2 x C10
INFO FOR INSTALLATION
Weight without batteries (kg)
200
220
230
270
302
440
500
580
Dimensions (WxDxH) (mm)
555x740x1400
800x740x1400 800x800x1900
Remote signals
dry contacts
Remote controls
ESD and bypass
Communications
Double RS232 + dry contacts + 2 slots for communications interface
Operating temperature
0 °C/ +40 °C
Relative humidity
<95% non-condensing
Colour
Dark grey RAL 7016
Noise level at 1 m (ECO Mode)
60 dBA
62 dBA
IP rating
IP20
Smart Active efficiency
up to 98%
Standards
Directives LV 2006/95/EC - 2004/108/EC; Safety IEC EN 62040-1;
EMC IEC EN 62040-2; Performance IEC EN 62040-3
Classification in accordance
(Voltage Frequency Independent) VFI - SS - 111
with IEC 62040-3
Moving the UPS transpallet
BAT Also available with internal batteries
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VEGA Technical Guide
MODEL
VT10BAT
VT15BAT
VT20BAT
VT30
VT40
VT60
VT80
INPUT
Nominal voltage
380 - 400 - 415 Vac three-phase
Voltage tolerance
400 V + 20% /- 25%
Frequency
45 - 65 Hz
Soft start
0 - 100% in 120’’ (selectable)
Permitted frequency tolerance
± 2% (selectable from ± 1% to ± 5% from front panel)
Standard equipment provided
Back Feed protection; separable bypass line
BYPASS
Nominal voltage
360 - 400 - 420 Vac single-phase + N
Nominal frequency
50 or 60 Hz (selectable)
OUTPUT
Nominal power (kVA)
10
15
20
30
40
60
80
Active power (kW)
9
13,5
18
27
36
54
72
Number of phases
1
Nominal voltage
380 - 400 - 415 Vac single-phase + N (selectable)
Static stability
± 1%
Dynamic stability
± 5% in 10 ms
Voltage distortion
< 1% with linear load / < 3% with non-linear load
Crest factor
3:1 lpeack/lrms
Frequency stability on battery
0,05%
Frequency
50 or 60 Hz (selectable)
Overload
110% for 60’; 125% for 10’; 150% for 1’
BATTERIES
Type
VRLA AGM / GEL; NiCd; Supercaps; Li-ion; Flywheels
Residual ripple voltage
< 1%
Temperature compensation
-0,5 Vx°C
Typical charge current
0,2 x C10
INFO FOR INSTALLATION
Weight without batteries (kg) 228
241
256
315
335
460
540
Dimensions (WxDxH) (mm)
555x740x1400
800x740x1400
Remote signals
dry contacts
Remote controls
ESD and bypass
Communications
Double RS232 + dry contacts + 2 slots for communications interface
Operating temperature
0 °C/ +40 °C
Relative humidity
<95% non-condensing
Colour
Dark grey RAL 7016
Noise level at 1 m (ECO Mode)
60 dBA
62 dBA
IP rating
IP20
Smart Active efficiency
up to 98%
Standards
Directives LV 2006/95/EC - 2004/108/EC; Safety IEC EN 62040-1;
EMC IEC EN 62040-2; Performance IEC EN 62040-3
Classification in accordance
(Voltage Frequency Independent) VFI - SS - 111
with IEC 62040-3
Moving the UPS transpallet
BAT Also available with internal batteries
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VEGA hp
UPS ONLINE
100 kVA - 600 kVA
• IGBT-based rectifier technology
• Compact and reliable
• Galvanic isolation
• High overload capacity
• LCD graphic display
The Vega HP series from 100 to 600 kVA is the Lever UPS
solution for installations requiring high energy efficiency and
maximum power availability. Vega HP Series provides
maximum protection and power quality for data centres and
industrial loads. The UPS has an IGBT-based rectifier, DSP
(Digital Signal Processors) technology and provides true
On-line, double conversion power protection, (VFI SS 11
- Voltage and Frequency Independent in accordance with
IEC EN 62040-3).
Maximised cost savings
The Vega HP has the ability to monitor the mains input quality and to select the best operating mode based on the interference
present (Smart Active mode) or circular redundancy (Parallel Energy Saving mode, which allows the UPS to regulate available
capacity based on the immediate demands of the load, automatically switching to standby in the event of excess capacity), the
Vega HP also offers high levels of efficiency for partial loads, resulting in reduced operating costs.
Power continuity
For years, Lever UPS has developed and supplied solutions for dealing with the different requirements and problems that
inevitably arise in critical applications. Lever UPS offers flexible, high-availability solutions that are able to adapt to different
system structures and critical levels. Lever UPS creates UPS systems that can tolerate a number of component or subsystem
failures, while continuing to operate normally, providing power without interruption. This is achieved by careful design, installing
redundant elements, eliminating common failure points, scheduling maintenance activities and controlling and supervising the
system operating parameters and environment. The TEC service team is ready to provide guidance and advice on projects.
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Main features
High efficiency (up to 98,5%)
• Compact size: e.g.: only 0,85 m2 for the Vega HP 250 kVA
• Reduced weight
• Double load protection, both electronic and galvanic, towards the battery.
The entire Vega HP range is suitable for use in a wide range of applications. Thanks to the flexibility of configuration, available options
and accessories, it is suitable for supplying any type of load, e.g. capacitive loads such as blade servers etc. Power supply reliability and
availability are ensured for critical applications by distributed or centralised parallel configurations.
Zero impact source
Vega HP has a zero impact on connected power sources - grid networks or generators:
• ≤ 3% input current distortion
• Input power factor 0,99
• power walk-in function - to ensure a progressive rectifier start-up
• start-up delay function - to restart the rectifier when the mains power supply is restored.
Battery care system
Vega HP series UPS include a range of features designed to prolong battery life and reduce their usage.
Output isolation transformer
• Better load protection from DC/Battery problems
• The UPS can be supplied from 2 independent lines
• Fault on DC bus will not affect the by-pass availability
• High Short circuit current
• Higher immunity to harmonics or energy backfeed generated by the load.
Advanced supervision
Vega HP series UPS have a front panel mounted graphic display providing UPS information, measurements, status updates and alarms
in different languages, with wave form displays including voltage/current and providing a kWh reading that can be used to measure IT
loads and calculate a datacentre PUE (power usage effectiveness) ratio.
Smart Grid Ready
Being smart grid ready, Vega HP allows for the implementation of power accumulation solutions, and at the same time ensures extremely
high levels of efficiency. It is also able to independently select the most efficient operating method based on the status of the grid. Vega
HP UPS are also able to electronically interface with the energy manager using the smart grid communication network.
Dimensions
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DETAILS
BATTERY BOX
MODELS
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BB40100BO
VEGA Technical Guide
MODEL
VT100HP VT120HP VT160HP VT200HP VT250HP VT300HP VT400HP VT500HP VT600hp
INPUT
Nominal voltage
380 - 400 - 415 Vac three-phase
Frequency
45 - 65 Hz
Power factor
> 0,99
Harmonic current distortion
<3% THDi
Soft start
0 - 100% in 120’’ (selectable)
Frequency tolerance
± 2% (selectable from ± 1% to ± 5% from front panel)
Standard equipment provided
Back Feed protection; separable bypass line
BYPASS
Nominal voltage
360-400-420 Vac three-phase + N
Nominal frequency
50 or 60 Hz (selectable)
OUTPUT
Nominal power (kVA)
100
120
160
200
250
300
400
500
600
Active power (kW)
90
108
144
180
225
270
360
450
540
Number of phases
3+N
Nominal voltage
380 - 400 - 415 Vac three-phase + N (selectable)
Static stability
± 1%
Dynamic stability
± 5% in 10 ms
Voltage distortion
< 1% with linear load / < 3% with non-linear load
Crest factor
3:1 lpeack/lrms
Frequency stability on battery
0,05%
Frequency
50 or 60 Hz (selectable)
Overload
110% for 60’; 125% for 10’; 150% for 1’
BATTERIES
TType
VRLA AGM / GEL; NiCd; Supercaps; Li-ion; Flywheels
Ripple current
Zero
Recharge voltage
-0,5 Vx°C
compensation
INFO FOR INSTALLATION
Weight (kg)
656
700
800
910
1000
1400
1700
2100
2400
Dimensions (WxDxH) (mm)
800x850x1900
1000x850x1900
1500x1000x1900 2100x1000x1900
Remote signals
dry contacts (configurable)
Remote controls
ESD and bypass (configurable)
Communications
Double RS232 + dry contacts + 2 slots for communications interface
Operating temperature
0 °C / +40 °C
Relative humidity
<90% non-condensing
Colour
Dark grey RAL 7016
Noise level at 1 m
63 - 68 dBA
70 - 72 dBA
IP rating
IP20 (others on request)
Smart Active efficiency
up to 98,5%
Standards
Safety: EN 62040-1-1 (Directive 2006/95/EC); EMC: EN 62040-2 (Directive 2004/108/EC)
Classification in accordance
(Voltage Frequency Independent) VFI - SS - 111
with IEC 62040-3
Moving the UP
transpallet
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CELATE PRO
UPS ONLINE
1-28 X 42 kW
up to 1 MW + redundancy
• Utmost Availability
• Ultimate Scalability
• Unmatching Power Density
• Efficiency > 96,5%
• Multi Control
• Multi Flexible
• Multi Communication
The Lever CELATE PRO is the ultimate modular UPS for
DATA CENTERS and other CRITICAL LOADs. The CELATE
PRO is designed to protect any critical high-density
computer and IT environment, whilst achieving maximum
availability. The CT PRO grows along with the demands of
the business without oversizing the UPS - optimizing both
the initial investment and the Total Cost of Ownership. As
soon as demand increases, the Lever CELATE PRO modular
solution can expand its power capability, maintaining the
highest levels of power protection, availability, redundancy
and investment savings. Digital technology has an
increasingly strong influence on day-to-day activities in
almost all sectors and applications such as healthcare,
power generation, social networking, telecommunications,
commerce and education. Subsequently, any activities
and equipment related to data storage, processing and
transfer should be supplied from the most reliable power
source. CELATE PRO ensures that a scalable, secure, high
quality power supply is available for a variety of critical load
applications. The new CT PRO Power Modules feature the
very latest in UPS technology. With its three level Neutral
Point Clamped (NPC) inverter and Power Factor Corrected
(PFC) input control, the CT PRO ensures the highest level
of performance in terms of overall efficiency, input power
factor and harmonic impact on the supply source.
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Advanced Technology
To ensure the highest levels of power availability, only the
most reliable, cutting edge power components and innovative
control technologies have been used in the development of
the CT PRO power modules and other major aspects of the
system. The major power components and assemblies within
the CT PRO have been specifically designed and tailor made
in conjunction with the respective component manufacturers.
This design work ensures that the CT PRO achieves the
highest levels of power and performance. In order to optimize
the overall performance of the finished product, Lever’s R&D
team made the decision to specifically design certain power
components, including the IGBT modules and associated
packages. Rather than using standard components that are
readily available in the marketplace, the CELATE PRO hosts
one single optimised and reliable power assembly which
guarantees the best availability and overall efficiency. The Power
Module itself utilizes a “wireless power principle” meaning
that the power interconnection distances between the cards,
power components and connectors are shorter. In this way we
reduce any risk related to connection problems between the
assemblies and also minimize the overall power losses.
Outstanding Performances
• The advanced technologies deployed within the CT PRO
guarantees full rated power even with unity power factor loads
(kVA=kW) without any power downgrading even when operating at
temperatures up to 40°C.
• High system efficiency whilst operating in on-line doubleconversion mode greater than 96,5%. Even when loaded at only
20%, the CT PRO still achieves an outstanding performance greater
than 95%. This superior performance ensures extremely low losses
at any load level whilst maintaining a true modular solution for any
changing UPS environment in terms power demands.
• Low input harmonic pollution, with near unity input power factor
and an extremely wide input voltage operating range (+20/- 40%),
requiring only a minimum upstream power source rating and
subsequent reduced investment costs.
Scalability
CELATE PRO provides a comprehensive, easyto- integrate
power protection solution for data centers and any critical IT
application matching the evolving demands of a networked
environment. The end user can easily increase power,
redundancy level and battery autonomy by simply adding
additional UPS Power Modules and Battery Units. Two
different cabinet frames are available to build the system: The
Power Cabinet and the Battery Cabinet. The available UPS
power and redundancy level can expand vertically from 42 to
294kW in one single Power cabinet (1 to 7 Power Modules
including redundancy). Similarly up to four Power Cabinets can
be connected in parallel, increasing the capacity from 294kW
up to 1176kW. The Battery cabinet accommodates multiples
of 4 battery units, with up to 36 units within a single frame
with a maximum of 10 Battery cabinets connected in parallel.
In addition, the CT PRO is available as an optimized solution
providing a CELATE PRO/ Battery combination with 3 UPS
Power Module slots and five battery shelves. This solution can
be utilized within extremely compact areas requiring a small
footprint with maximum power density. This modular and
reliable solution is perfect for any small to medium business
applications.
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Multiple Controls
The entire CELATE PRO solution was developed with particular care to ensure operational reliability and prevent any possible failures due to
miscommunication between the component parts of the system. The Power Modules are not controlled by one unique microprocessor, but by
three - each having different and specific duties. Likewise, the Power cabinet features two separate microprocessors; one to regulate the overall
UPS operations and a separate one to manage communication with the user. In addition, three dedicated communications bus manage and
transmit the data. In terms of the monitoring and control of the overall system, all major components are continually temperature monitored
within each of the Power Modules. In addition, up to four-temperature sensors are embedded within the Power cabinet to ensure constant and
efficient operation. The UPS module is equipped with three speed controlled fans to ensure tthere is no energy wasted as the load level applied
to the system increases or decreases. At the same time each fan features a so-called third wire (the controller) which immediately warns the
microprocessor in the event of a fault; in which case the microprocessor will increase the speed of the remaining operational fans in order to
compensate for the cooling deficiency. The Battery unit also contains dedicated internal protection and a sophisticated control system to monitor
the status of each module. This makes it possible to check the voltage/current supplied by each single battery module and therefore identify and
warn the user if one of them is defective or beginning to fail. This significantly reduces the risk of a battery pack failure causing a problem to the
system by immediately warning the user of the impending issue in order for the appropriate preventive actions to be taken before it is too late.
Flexible Modularity
CELATE PRO grows both horizontally and vertically from 1 to 28 Power Modules increasing from 42 to 1176kW (including redundancy) as
well as battery units (from 1 cabinet up to 10), therefore the system is completely scalable in accordance with any business requirements.
The Plug & Play modular concept simplifies any power or battery autonomy expansion process, rather than a complete Power Module
or Battery unit replacement. The modular hot-swappable principle is further extended to all major elements of the system, resulting in
convenient replacement of parts such as fans from within individual Power Modules rather than accessing major components within the
cabinet. Furthermore, all power modules and critical components are easily accessible from the front of the unit as standard. The system
is equipped with a Manual bypass change over switch and Backfeed control with a mechanical interlock contactor inbuilt, eliminating
any maintenance-related downtime. Combination systems (Power cabinet with Battery cabinet) are supplied with a battery switch
and shunt trip to enable remote battery switch operation. All these features ensure easy UPS expansion, operation and maintenance;
minimizing downtime, decreasing the Mean Time to Repair (MTTR) and removing any possible risk to power continuity, when carried
out by authorized service personnel. Flexibility is measured by the ease of both on site installation and the operations undertaken by the
user. Input/Output/ battery terminal bars are deployed enabling authorized installers to easily terminate the cables either from the top or
the bottom of the system. Mechanical supports and cable glands as well as the terminal bar positioning (in the centre of the cabinet) are
purposely positioned to reduce the installation time and costs.
Advanced Communications
Users can benefit from the different communication systems developed specifically for IT personnel, facilities managers and service
engineers. The 7”LCD touch screen, communication slots, relay cards along with the dedicated service ports, all ensure that the UPS
setup, control and monitoring is easy, along with the intergration into any building management system and data center infrastructure
management (DCIM). CELATE PRO is compatible with the very latest operating systems including
• Windows 7, 8
• Hyper-V
• Windows Server 2012, 2008, and previous versions
• Mac OS X
• Linux
• VMWare ESXi
• Citrix XenServer and many other Unix operating systems.
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MODELS
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CABINET CT PRO
BB40100BO
DETAILS
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CELATE PRO Technical Guide
MODEL
ct pro - from 42 to 294 kw1
INPUT
Voltage [V]
380-400-415 Vac Three-Phase plus neutral
Voltage tolerance
[V] 240 to 480 2
Frequency tolerance
[Hz] 40 to 72
Power factor
1
THDI [%]
< 3,5
BYPASS
Nominal power [kW]
252 (Power Cabinet) / 126 (Combo cabinet)
Nominal voltage [V]
380-400-415 Vac Three-Phase plus neutral
Voltage tolerance [V]
from 180 (adjustable 180-200) to 264 (adjustable 250-264) referring to Neutral
Nominal frequency [Hz]
50 or 60
Overload
125% for 10 minutes; 150% for 1 minute
BATTERIES
Layout
Modular type made up by Battery Unit (named BU) or Free Standing Battery Box / Shelf
Battery Unit features
VRLA batteries lined up Constant voltage and current measuring
Battery status monitoring via CT PRO LCD display
OUTPUT
Nominal voltage [V]
380/400/415 Vac Three-Phase plus neutral
Nominal frequency [Hz]
50 or 60
Voltage stability [%]
± 0,5
Dynamic stability
EN62040-3 class performance 1 distorting load
OVERALL SPECIFICATION
Power Module nominal power
42
[kW] (Named PM)
Output power factor [pf]
1
Eco Mode Efficiency
Up to 99%
Cabinet type
Power Cabinet
Combo Cabinet Battery
Cabinet
Nominal Power [kW]
294
126
N.A.
Parallelable (up to)
4
4
N.A.
Cabinet lay out description
7 x PM3
3 x PM3
5 x Battery shelves
9 x Battery shelves
Dimensions [WxDxH]
600x1050x2000
600x1050x2000
600x1050x2000
Weight [kg]
(without PM3/BU4)
320
360
280
System Noise Level at 1 m
[dBA±2] (Smart Active)
< 68
<65
N.A.
Cabinet IP rating
IP20 finger proof (either with cabinet doors open or close)
Cable input
Rear side either top or bottom
Color
RAL 9005
Standards
Safety: IEC EN62040-1 EMC: IEC EN 62040-2-category C3
Moving cabinet types UPS
Castors (any cabinet type is shipped without PM and BU)
1 Including Redundancy
2 Contitions applied
3 PM = Power Module (42 kW)
4 BU = Battery Unit
NOTE: All performances quoted in a single row refer to any UPS system configuration from one to seven modules running in parallel unless specified differently.
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Accessories ELECTA, VEGA, VEGA HP, CELATE PRO
Nmsl NETMAN 204
CARD - ETHERNET - SNMP
The NMSL netman204 network agent allows
UPS directly connected over LAN 10/100
Mb connections to be managed using the
main network communication protocols
(TCP/ IP, HTTP and SNMP). It is the ideal
solution for the integration of UPS over
Ethernet networks with MODBUS/TCP or
BACNET/ IP protocols. It was developed to
integrate UPS into medium-sized and large
networks, to provide a high level of reliability
in communication between the UPS and
associated management systems.
Features
• 32bit RISC processor • Compatible with 10/100 Mbps Ethernet and IPv4/6
networks • wifi ready • Compatible with UPS5com • SNMP v1 and v3 with
RFC1628 for PowerNetGuard and NMS connection • SNMP v1, v2 and v3
with RFC3433 for the management of environmental sensors • HTTP for
UPS control via web browser • SMTP for alarm notifications and UPS status
updates via email • MODBUS/TCP • BACNET/IP • Maximum expandability •
USB host for Pendrive USB connection • Events log and data management
• Wake-on-LAN management for starting computers via TCP/IP network •
Other standards: DHCP, DNS, RARP, FTP, NTP, ICMP, IGMP • Management
of environmental sensors • Configurable via Telnet or SSH sessions, and web
• Firmware upgradeable via USB port, FTP and HTTP.
ENVIRONMENTAL Sensors
FOR NMSL
The NMSL netman204 environmental sensors are able monitor and record environmental conditions as well as activities in
protected areas and the area where the UPS is installed. The environmental sensors allow management and control to be
extended to cover the area around the UPS, monitoring the temperature and humidity and driving cooling fans or locks. Values
are provided via Internet, SNMP and via UPSmon5 software. UPSmon5 can be used to manage sensor operating states in
order to send messages. Refer to UPSmon5 software documentation for further information. NetMan can manage up to 6
separate sensors. Environmental sensors are quick to install thanks to their small footprint, and they do not require a separate
external power supply. Thanks to the self-learning sensors, configuration is also rapid and intuitive.
The following sensors are available:
- -55 +125 °C Temperature Sensor
- -55 +125 °C Temperature and 0-100% humidity Sensor
- -55 +125 °C Temperature and I/O digital 0-12 Vdc In, 1A max Out at 48 Vdc Sensor.
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COM3 MULTI302
CARD - MODBUS/JBUS INTERFACE
The COM3 protocol converter allows UPS
monitoring using the MODBUS/JBUS
protocol over RS232 or RS485 serial lines.
In addition, it also manages a second
independent RS232 serial line that can be
used to connect to other devices such as the
PLC or a PC running UPS5com software.
Features
• Port configuration for MODBUS/JBUS as RS232 or RS485 • Management
of two independent serial lines • Suitable for integration with the main BMS
management programs.
SPDT230 multi 382
CARD - RELAY I/O INTERFACE
The SPDT230 MULTI 382 provides a set of relay
contacts for managing UPS alarm notifications
and operating states. The board has two
removable terminal boards. One of these terminal
boards includes the ESD (UPS Emergency Shut
Down) and RSD (Remote Shut Down) signals. The
board also provides the possibility of associating
Battery Working, Bypass, Alarm and Battery
Low warnings with potential free changeover or
normally open contacts.
Features
• Max. current 3A at 250Vac • Signal-contact customisation.
SPDT6 I/O
EXPANSION BOARD
The SPDT6 I/O expansion board is equipped with: • 6 outputs with NC/NO potential-free contacts (250 V/5 A), electrically isolated
from each other and from other circuits • 2 self-powered inputs. Each output or input can be configured with different meanings,
using the associated menu.
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SPDT BOX MULTI I/O
BOX - RELAY I/O CARD & MODBUS/JBUS INTERFACE
The SPDT BOX Multi I/O is a device that
integrates UPS into a control system using
fully configurable input and output relay
signals. It can be used to connect two
devices to a single UPS serial communication
port. It can be used anywhere where several
serial connections are required for multiple
polling of the UPS. It can also communicate
on RS485 lines using the MODBUS/JBUS
protocol.
Features
• 8 analogue/digital inputs • 8 relay outputs (3A at 250Vac) that can be
configured using UPS and input operating states • Can communicate with
UPS via RS232 • It can control two independent RS232/ RS485 serial lines to
monitor the UPS and its operating states using the MODBUS/ JBUS protocol
• Firmware upgradeable via serial port.
Multi Panel
REMOTE DISPLAY INTERFACE
The Multi Panel is a remote monitoring device that can provide a detailed
UPS status overview in real time. This device is able to display mains
power, output and battery readings as well as UPS operating states.
The high visibility graphic display supports English, Italian, German,
French, Spanish, Russian, Chinese and many other languages. It has 3
independent serial ports, one of which allows for UPS monitoring via the
MODBUS/JBUS protocol (on either an RS485 or RS232 serial line). The
other independent serial lines can be used to connect devices such as
the NMSL or a PC running UPSmon5 software.
Features
• High visibility LCD with graphic functions • Management
of three independent serial lines • Port configuration
for MODBUS/JBUS as RS232 or RS485 • Suitable for
integration with the main BMS management programs •
Firmware upgradeable via serial port.
MULTI 401
BOX - PROFIBUS DP INTERFACE
The Multi 401 serial duplicator is an accessory
that allows two devices to be connected to a
single communication serial port on the UPS.
It can be used anywhere where several serial
connections are required for multiple polling
of the UPS. It is ideal for LAN networks with
firewalls, where a high level of security is
required, or for the management of separate
LAN networks supplied by a single UPS.
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Features
• Profibus DP-V1 protocol • Configurable addresses from 0 to 99 • Data
format: Profidrive V2 PP05 • Communication speed configurable from 9,6
kBit/s to 12 MBit/s • LED displaying the communication flow.
mULTI 352
CARD - INTERFACE DUPLEXER
The Multi 352 serial duplicator is an accessory that
allows two devices to be connected to a single
communication serial port on the UPS. It can be
used anywhere where several serial connections are
required for multiple polling of the UPS. It is ideal
for LAN networks with firewalls, where a high level
of security is required, or for the management of
separate LAN networks supplied by a single UPS.
Features
• Cascading configuration giving a maximum of 4 serial communication ports
• LED communication flow indicator • Firmware upgradeable via serial port.
MULTI 372
CARD - MODBUS/JBUS INTERFACE
The Multi 372 allows an additional communication
port to be added to the UPS to control and
monitor the UPS via the RS232 serial line. The
board is supplied with an ESD (UPS Emergency
Shutdown) input and an RSD (Remote Shutdown)
input, both available on a removable terminal
board and directly connectible to emergency
buttons or other buttons.
Features
• Management of ESD input and UPS Shutdown • Ability to supply devices
at 12 V 80 mA max.
Modem GSM
MODEM
The GSM modem is able to send SMS messages detailing operating states and alarm warnings for devices monitored by UPS5com
control software and PowerNetGuard supervision software.
RTG 100
GPRS MODEM
The GPRS RTG 100 terminal is able to
manage UPS connected directly to the GSM
mobile telephone network. The RTG 100 is
able to communicate constantly with UPS to
provide the UPS5com software with a valid
alternative to connection systems employing
communication cables.
Features
• Ability to send SMS messages detailing UPS operating states and
alarms • Compatible with UPS5com • Events log management • Firmware
upgradeable via GSM
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Software
UPSmon5
SHUTDOWN SOFTWARE
GRAPHIC MONITORING OF UPS AND
ENVIRONMENTAL SENSOR STATUS
UPSmon5 is a simple but powerful UPS management tool. A
graphic version is available for all operating systems.
DETAILED DISPLAY OF ALL UPS AND
ENVIRONMENTAL SENSOR PARAMETERS
UPSmon5 provides all the information required for first level
diagnostics.
EVENTS LOG AND GRAPHIC DISPLAY OF MAIN
PARAMETERS
All changes in UPS operating states are logged, as well as
the main physical values and parameters. These constantly
recorded values are displayed in graphic format.
UPS CONTROL PROGRAMMING
This allows you to automate all the actions normally carried
out by the user: turning the server on and off, UPS battery
test, etc.
BLOCK DIAGRAM OF OPERATION
A display of UPS operation in the form of a block diagram
makes the analysis of UPS operating states more intuitive.
UPSmon5 provides efficient, userfriendly UPS
management, displaying all major operational
information such as input voltage, applied load and
battery charge. The software also provides detailed
information on fault conditions and UPS operating
states. Developed with a client/ server architecture, it
is the ideal tool for managing multi-platform network
systems.
Features
• UPSmon5 free version: supports a single UPS for the
operating systems highlighted in green.
• UPSmon5 full version: supports up to maximum of 32
UPS for all operating systems.
• With sequential and priority-based shutdown,
UPSmon5 provides unattended shut-down of all
networked
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UPSmon5 is available for download at www.ups-technet.com
PCs, saving any active work on the mostwidely used applications.
Users can definethe shutdown priorities for the variouscomputers
in the network and can alsocustomise the procedure.
• With multi-platform compatibility, UPSmon5 uses the
TCP/IPcommunications protocol to achievestandardised
management and monitoringacross the widest possible range
of platforms. This makes it possible to monitor computers with
different operating systems from a single console, for example
monitoring a UNIX server from a PC running Windows and also
connecting to UPS located in different geographical areas using
dedicated networks (intranets) or the Internet.
• With event scheduling, UPSmon5 users can program their
own shutdown procedures, detailing power-off and power-up
scenarios to increase system security and save energy.
• With messages management, UPSmon5 keeps users
constantly informed about the status of UPS and environmental
sensors, either locally or via network messages. A list can also
be defined of users who should receive e-mails, faxes, voice
messages and SMS messages when faults or sudden mains
power supply failures occur.
• Integrated SNMP agent: UPSmon5 features an integrated
SNMP agent for UPS management which can send all the
information required and generate traps using the RFC1628
standard, and environmental sensors.
• Secure, easy to use and connect; communication is now
password protected to ensure UPS system security. Using
the new discovery/ browsing function, all UPS connected to a
protected computer and/or LAN can be displayed in a list format
for monitoring. In the absence of a LAN connection, support is
provided for modem-based communication.
Developed for virtualized systems
UPSmon5 permits to initiate live migration of virtual machines
(VM) to automatically and transparently migrate VMs during
power disturbance to protected devices by UPS with migration
systems such as VMware vMotion™ and Microsoft Live Migration.
UPSmon5 can monitor and manage UPS either inside or outside
the data centre. Can also measure power consumption to help
calculate power usage effectiveness (PUE), a the standard metric
utilized for gauging data centre power efficiency.
Supported operating systems
• Windows 2000, 2003 Server, XP, Vista, 2008 Server, 7, 8, on X86,
X86_64 and IA 64 processors • Microsoft Hyper-V • Microsoft SCVMM™
• Linux on X86, X86_64 and IA64 processors • Novell Netware 3.x, 4.x,
5.x, 6 • Mac OS X • VMWare ESX, ESXi. • Citrix® XenServer, • Xen®
open source platforms • The most common UNIX operating systems
such as: IBM AIX, HP, SUN Solaris INTEL and SPARC, SCO Unixware and
Open Server, Silicon Graphics IRIX, Compaq Tru64 UNIX and DEC UNIX,
Open BSD UNIX and FreeBSD UNIX, NCR UNIX • HP OPEN VMS.
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AMS
Rectifier - Battery charger
VRLA batteries with output voltage from 24, 48, 110, 220 Vdc up to 30A
Industrial applications:
• Oil&Gas (Petrochemicals Offshore, Onshore, Pipelines);
• Energy & Power Generation (Transmission, Distribution);
• Transportations (Rail, Airport, Shipping);
• Water (Desalination, Treatment);
• Instrumentation & Process control (Chemical, Mining, Steel, Paper);
• All industrial applications;
OPTIONS
Max n°14 MCB distribution + aux
Protection degree max up to IP42
OPEN FRAME SOLUTIONS
AMS series is a single branch rectifier LEVER supplies
continuous DC loads.
AMS rectifiers are composed with an open frame solution
rectifier totally independent installed inside in a cabinet.
Customer can choose cabinet solution or open frame.
Quality and performance are the best in the market. AC/DC
converter is realized in swap module. This solution greatly
improves MTTR in a few minutes. AMS rectifiers can charge
VRLA batteries. Ripple in output is <1% for safeguard of
the batteries. AMS rectifiers include some optional like drop
cells, diode for parallel, MCCB input, batteries, output. AMS
series include power transformer install directly on the AC/
DC converter module. Technology of the converter module
is hight-frequency, chopper with power transformer, natural
cooling. Transportation of the cabinet is facilitated thanks
the width enough for get in Lifter manual trucks.
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Key features:
• Standard system - cost effective, short lead time;
• Digital instrumentations cl. 0,5;
• Electronic management with analog control, trimmer
for setting characteristics;
• LEDs and control parameters locally or remotely;
• Advance Battery Management;
• Parallel operation;
• Simplified maintenance:
• High MTBF and low MTTR;
• International Service support;
SWAP MODULAR converter
IGBT chopper rectifiers.
High performance totally independent module;
can be changed very easily in case of failure
(very short time MTTR)
Single line diagram
Display interface
An human machine interface (HMI) ensure the access to all the important parameters; the main panel accessible from the
front side. A large display 3 digits and ½ for battery voltage and current gives the perfect overview of the charge quality.
The display is powered by output batteries, thanks an embedded DC/DC converter, to ensure measurements also without AC
supply. LEDs indicate the operation of the system.
Front Pannel Signals (LEDs)
Environment characteristics
• Main regular;
• Output DC;
• Min. battery voltage;
•Fault;
• Acoustic Noise dBA
< 60 to 1 mt
• Cabinet Cooling NATURAL
• Environment temperature
°C 0 … +50
• Storage temperature
°C -20 a +70
• Relative humidity
≤ 95% without condensing
• Altitude 1000 mt Above Sea Level
SPDT Contacts
Measuring
• Main Fault
•Fault
• Min. battery voltage
(The display it is powered by battery thanks an DC/DC converter)
Battery Voltage
Battery current
digital, 3 digits and 1/2
digital, 3 digits and 1/2
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Standard system
The AMS rectifiers have been pre-configured with the most commonly requested features built-in as standards. These systems
are available off-the-shelf with standard drawings and standard user documentation. Standard AMS rectifier, without additional
options, provides a very cost effective and short lead time solution.
Standard electrical /
electronic components
• Input terminals blocks;
• Internal imput power switch (MCB or MCCB depending power);
• High DC voltage trip;
• Fast fuse internal rectifiers bridge;
Options:
The standard system can be enhanced by
the additional of some basic and engineering
options. System specific drawing packages
and user documentation will be automatically
generated to reflect the actual options
configuration.
• Input isolation power transformer;
• IGBT Chopper rectifier bridge;
• Analog Control card;
To provide exact solutions for each application,
Lever offer a wide range of options:
• Output filter L1- C1 ripple < 1% RMS without battery;
• Rectifier shunt;
• Common fault remote alarm;
• DIGIDUE display (made by Lever);
Standard mechanical components
Input, battery load options:
• Box without panel, only door to access inside
• Input MCCB with high short circuit current;
• Floor mounted cabinet;
• Blocking diode for parallel redundancy;
• Cabinet protection degree up to IP42;
• Battery temperature compensation;
• Colour RAL 7035 - powdered textured painting;
• Load current and voltage measurement;
• Cabinet with natural cooling;
• Mains current and voltage measurement;
• Bottom side cable entry;
• End of discharge contactor;
• Standard labelling nameplate;
• Battery fuse box;
• Standard PVC cable flame retardant;
• DC distribution max n°14 MCB;
• Standard cable marking;
• Advance battery monitoring system
• copper earth bar;
(FALCON);
• Degree protection up to IP42
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BOARD / TERMINAL BLOCKS
D.C. SYSTEM TERMINAL BLOCKS
ALARMS BOARD
TERM. BLOCKS
RECTIFIER
MAINS BREAKER
MAINS A.C.
TERMINAL BLOCKS
INSIDE VIEW
FRONT PANEL DEPTH: 65 mm
PANEL DEPTH: 300 mm
HOLE 320 x 100 mm
TECHNICAL
CARATTERISTICS
AMSAMS AMSAMSAMSAMSAMSAMSAMS
24/25 24/40 24/60 48/10 48/30 110/5 110/15110/30T 220/8
Mains
Frequency
Input current (A)
Input switch, MCB “C”
Output voltage (Vdc)
Output current (A)
Stability
Ripple in output
Efficiency
Noise
Protection input
Cooling
Isulation test
Protection degree
Environmental
temperature
Storage temperature
Altitude
Humidity
SPDT allarms
4,8
6A
25
7,3
10A
27,2
40
1Ph 230Vca ± 10%
400 3Ph 220 1Ph
50-60 Hz
11
3,7
11,2
4,4
12,2
6,5 12,9
16A
6A
16A
6A
16A
16 A “D” 16A
54,5
122,5
249,7
60
10
30
5
15
30
8
1% (before diodo)
< 1%
> 90%
< 55 dB
Over voltage
Natural
In/Gnd 2800Vdc Out/Gnd 2800 Vdc (per 60 sec.)
IP20
(0, +50°C)
(-20, +70°C)
1000 mt asl
95% (without condensing)
Mains failure, minimum battery voltage, fault
CABINET Model
OPEN FRAME Model
INPUT Vac: 230 1Ph
Dimensions (WxDxH) mm 600x650x1600
INPUT Vac: 230 1Ph
Dimensions mm 800x518
OUTPUT System Branch
VdcA
OUTPUT System Branch
VdcA
AMS 24/252425
AMS 24/402440
AMS 24/602460
AMS 24/25/G24
AMS 24/40/G24
AMS 24/60/G24
25
40
60
AMS 48/104810
AMS 48/304830
AMS 48/10/G48
AMS 48/30/G48
10
30
AMS 110/5110 5
AMS 110/15110 15
AMS 110/30T110 30
(400 3Ph)
AMS 110/5/G110
AMS 110/15/G110
AMS 110/30T/G110
(400 3Ph)
5
15
30
AMS 220/8220 8
AMS 220/8/G220
8
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AME
Rectifier - Battery charger
VRLA batteries, flooded battery or Ni/Cd with output voltage from 24, 48, 110, 220 Vdc up to 150A
Industrial applications:
• Oil&Gas (Petrochemicals Offshore, Onshore, Pipelines);
• Energy & Power Generation (Transmission, Distribution);
• Transportations (Rail, Airport, Shipping);
• Water (Desalination, Treatment);
• Instrumentation & Process control (Chemical, Mining, Steel, Paper);
• All industrial applications;
OPTIONS
Max n°14 MCB distribution + aux
Protection degree max up to IP42
OPEN FRAME SOLUTIONS
AME series is a single branch rectifier LEVER supplies
continuous DC loads.
Key features:
AME rectifiers are composed with an open frame solution
rectifier totally independent installed inside in a cabinet.
Customer can choose cabinet solution or open frame.
Quality and performance are the best in the market. AC/DC
converter is realized in swap module. This solution greatly
improves MTTR in a few minutes. AME rectifiers can charge
all type of batteries lead or NiCd thanks 3 levels of charge.
Also is included equalizing charge. Ripple in output is <1%
for safeguard of the batteries. AME rectifiers include some
optional like drop cells, diode for parallel, MCCB input,
batteries, output. AME series include power transformer in
input with 6 pulse SCR rectifiers. Transportation is facilitated
thanks the width enough for get in Lifter manual trucks.
• Standard system - cost effective, short lead time;
• Digital instrumentations cl. 0,5;
• Electronic management with analog control, trimmer
for setting characteristics;
• LEDs and control parameters locally or remotely;
• Several types of batteries:
• Ni-Cd (vented or gas recombination);
• Lead acid (vented or gas recombination);
• Advance Battery Management;
• Parallel operation;
• Simplified maintenance:
• High MTBF and low MTTR;
• International Service support;
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SWAP MODULAR converter
6 Pulse total controlled thyristor rectifiers.
High performance totally independent module;
can be changed very easily in case of failure
(very short time MTTR).
Single line diagram
Display interface
An human machine interface (HMI) ensure the access to all the important parameters; the main panel accessible from the
front side. A large display 3 digits and ½ for battery voltage and current gives the perfect overview of the charge quality.
The display is powered by output batteries, thanks an embedded DC/DC converter, to ensure measurements also without AC
supply. LEDs indicate the operation of the system
Front Pannel Signals (LEDs)
• Mains status;
• Phases sequence;
• Rectifier ON;
•Fault;
• Output DC voltage over high threshold;
• Output DC voltage under low threshold;
• Fuses fault;
• Maximum temperature;
• Maximum charge time;
• Level 1 (Float charge voltage);
• Level 2 (Fast charge voltage);
• Level 3 (Manual charge voltage);
• Constant voltage
• Min. battery voltage;
• Battery in discharge;
• Pole +/- to earth (included for only 110 V )
Is included in the front panel one following button
• Fast charge test
• Button LED test
Environment characteristics
• Acoustic Noise dBA
< 60 to 1 mt
• Cabinet Cooling NATURAL
• Environment temperature
°C 0 … +50
• Storage temperature
°C -20 a +70
• Relative humidity
≤ 95% without condensing
• Altitude 1000 mt Above Sea Level
SPDT Contacts
•Mains
•Fault
• Min. battery voltage
• Pole +/- to earth (as above specified)
Measuring
(The display it is powered by battery thanks an DC/DC converter)
Battery Voltage
Battery current
digital, 3 digits and 1/2
digital, 3 digits and 1/2
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Standard system
The AME rectifiers have been pre-configured with the most commonly requested features built-in as standards. These systems
are available off-the-shelf with standard drawings and standard user documentation. Standard AME rectifier, without additional
options, provides a very cost effective and short lead time solution.
Standard electrical /
electronic components
• Input terminals blocks;
• Internal imput power switch (MCB or MCCB depending power);
• High DC voltage trip;
• Fast fuse internal rectifiers bridge;
Options:
The standard system can be enhanced by
the additional of some basic and engineering
options. System specific drawing packages
and user documentation will be automatically
generated to reflect the actual options
configuration.
• Input isolation power transformer;
• 6 pulse total controlled thyristor rectifier bridge;
• Analog Control card;
To provide exact solutions for each application,
Lever offer a wide range of options:
• Output filter L1- C1 ripple < 1% RMS without battery;
• Rectifiers bridge output no-automatic switch;
• Rectifier shunt;
• Common fault remote alarm;
• DIGIDUE display (made by Lever);
Standard mechanical components
Input, battery load options:
• Box without panel , only door to access inside
• Input MCCB with high short
• Floor mounted cabinet;
circuit current;
• Cabinet protection degree IP20;
• Blocking diode for parallel redundancy;
• Colour RAL 7035 – powdered textured painting;
• Battery temperature compensation;
• Cabinet with natural cooling;
• Load current and voltage measurement;
• Bottom side cable entry;
• Mains current and voltage measurement;
• Standard labelling nameplate;
• End of discharge contactor;
• Standard PVC cable flame retardant;
• Battery fuse box;
• Standard cable marking;
• DC distribution max n°14 MCB;
• copper earth bar;
• Advance battery monitoring system
(FALCON);
• Degree protection up to IP42
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ALARM BOARD-TERMINAL BLOCKS
D.C. SYSTEM TERMINAL BLOCKS
BATTERY TERMINAL BLOCKS
MAINS A.C.
TERMINAL BLOCKS
MAINS BREAKER
INSIDE VIEW
AUXILIARY
RECTIFIER
PLATE DATE
FRONT PANEL DEPTH: 65 mm
PANEL DEPTH: 300 mm
HOLE 320 x 100 mm
Mains
3Ph 400 Vac
High wide range of mains -15% / +15%
Frequency
50-60Hz ± 5%
Rated output voltage 24, 48, 110, 220 Vdc
Range of operating voltage Floating charge 75% to 125% of Vdc rated
High rate charge 75% to 135% of Vdc rated
Commissioning charge 75% to 140% of Vdc rated
Static voltage regulation ± 0,5% under the following conditions
at float charge ; 0-100% DC load variation;
input voltage ± 10%; input frequency ± 5%;
Dynamic voltage regulation Using standard filter and battery connected
(Capacity higher than 5 times In)
Load step Deviation
10-90% -5%
90-10% +5%
Current regulation 100% down to 50%
Long term stability 0,15% for 1000 hours
Temperature coefficient 0,18% per °C
Charging characteristics Constant current /constant voltage I/U as required
by IEC 478-1 during float charge
Noise level
< 50dB
Input/output isolation as required by
Isolation resistance
>2000 MΩ , 500Vdc
Outgoing protection
Short Circuit; high and low voltage
Cooling
Natural (forced just for rectifiers bridge)
CABINET Model
OPEN FRAME Model
INPUT Vac: 400 3Ph
Dimensions (WxDxH) mm 600x650x1600
INPUT Vac: 400 3Ph
Dimensions mm 800x518
AME 24/60 2460
AME 24/80 2480
AME 24/10024100
AME 24/12024120
AME 24/15024150
AME 48/60 4860
AME 48/80 4880
AME 48/10048100
AME 48/12048120
AME 48/15048150
AME 110/60110 60
AME 110/80110 80
AME 110/100110 100
AME 24/60/G24
AME 24/80/G24
AME 24/100/G24
AME 24/120/G24
AME 24/150/G24
AME 48/60/G48
AME 48/80/G48
AME 48/100/G48
AME 48/120/G48
AME 48/150/G48
AME 110/60/G110
AME 110/80/G110
AME 110/100/G110
AME 110/120/G110
AME 110/150/G110
AME 220/60/G220
AME 220/80/G220
AME 220/100/G220
AME 220/120/G220
AME 220/150/G220
OUTPUTA
Vdc
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OUTPUTA
Vdc
60
80
100
120
150
60
80
100
120
150
60
80
100
120
150
60
80
100
120
150
TECHNICAL
CARATTERISTICS
AMSAMS AMSAMSAMSAMSAMSAMSAMS
24/25 24/40 24/60 48/10 48/30 110/5 110/15110/30T 220/8
Mains
Frequency
Input current (A)
Input switch, MCB “C”
Output voltage (Vdc)
Output current (A)
Stability
Ripple in output
Efficiency
Noise
Protection input
Cooling
Isulation test
Protection degree
Environmental
temperature
Storage temperature
Altitude
Humidity
SPDT allarms
4,8
6A
25
7,3
10A
27,2
40
1Ph 230Vca ± 10%
400 3Ph 220 1Ph
50-60 Hz
11
3,7
11,2
4,4
12,2
6,5 12,9
16A
6A
16A
6A
16A
16 A “D” 16A
54,5
122,5
249,7
60
10
30
5
15
30
8
1% (before diodo)
< 1%
> 90%
< 55 dB
Over voltage
Natural
In/Gnd 2800Vdc Out/Gnd 2800 Vdc (per 60 sec.)
IP20
(0, +50°C)
(-20, +70°C)
1000 mt asl
95% (without condensing)
Mains failure, minimum battery voltage, fault
CABINET Model
OPEN FRAME Model
INPUT Vac: 230 1Ph
Dimensions (WxDxH) mm 600x650x1600
INPUT Vac: 230 1Ph
Dimensions mm 800x518
OUTPUT System Branch
VdcA
OUTPUT System Branch
VdcA
AMS 24/252425
AMS 24/402440
AMS 24/602460
AMS 24/25/G24
AMS 24/40/G24
AMS 24/60/G24
25
40
60
AMS 48/104810
AMS 48/304830
AMS 48/10/G48
AMS 48/30/G48
10
30
AMS 110/5110 5
AMS 110/15110 15
AMS 110/30T110 30
(400 3Ph)
AMS 110/5/G110
AMS 110/15/G110
AMS 110/30T/G110
(400 3Ph)
5
15
30
AMS 220/8220 8
AMS 220/8/G220
8
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FALCON series
Battery monitoring
The reliability and service continuity of the power supply system are
getting more and more critical for our daily life.
Any market and industry sector is governed and controlled by system whose
nzione e gestione della batteria
service continuity is essential. In case of emergency, the back-up power is
generally supplied by a battery of lead accumulators, and constant maintenance
and control ensure that the system will always be efficient and reliable. Lever,
always striving to meet the actual needs and requirements of its customers offers
a new and innovative monitoring system for lead electric accumulators.
Building on its experience and its high technological know-how, Lever has
manufactured a versatile equipment allowing to monitor the main functional
parameters of a battery, providing valuable support for preventive maintenance
operations and for the immediate identification on any faillures.
This system allows a new approach to battery monitoring and control: it can be
compared to a technician who on a daily basis checks the accumulators, pointing
out any faults, thus drastically reducing the maintenance voltage reading time.
With the new monitoring system, Lever has developed a truly innovative product,
reliable and featuring an interesting price/performance ratio.
Product pluses
mprese tra
e 480
Volt (d.c.
o a.c.)
• It 24
checks
the operating
parameters
attivi)
• It points out and signals any faults
ici
• It is an effective preventive maintenance system
• It helps ensuring that the battery is always in good
working order
• It reduces/eliminates the need for the normal maintenance processes
• It helps reducing the costs associated with battery
maintenance and management
It ensures trouble-free service
Technical specifications
• Power supply: from mains or battery, with three voltage
ranges between 24 and 480 Volt (d.c. or a.c.)
• Input power when in stand-by: 2.2 Watt (max 4 Watt with
alarms on)
• Operating temperature: -20 +50°C
• Number of channels for battery voltage detection: twelve
• Detection voltages for each channel: 2 to 40 Volt d.c.
• Temperature detection range: -40 to +80°C
• Interfacing devices: general alarm dry contact
n varie taglie fino a 1500A
5
Optional accessories
• Hall-effect sensor for 50A current detection,
available in various sizes up to 1500A
PT 100 temperature probes
ne visiva •tramite
il display, ed esterna
• Isolated interface for data transmission
uzione batteria, corto circuito elementi,
with RS 232 /422/485
nte, massima temperatura batteria.
Alarms
They can be programmed by the user and provide a
visual indication through the display; they can be linked
to external devices through a dry electrical contact.
In particular they detect: battery failure, component
short-circuit, minimum voltage, maximum voltage,
maximum environment temperature, maximum battery temperature.
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Viewable data
• Total battery voltage
• Voltage of each channel
• Charging and discharging current (if equipped with current probe)
• Deviation of each channel voltage from the average battery voltage
• Alarms, if any
• Date and time
• Environment temperature (if equipped with probe)
• Battery temperature (if equipped with probe)
TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
[email protected]
The Service team
Our technical assistance facility uses highly trained engineers to provide a reliable and competent technical support and
efficient after-sales service.
The services
Service can provide customers with:
• a dedicated call-centre for direct contact with the Service organisation. Service personnel are always available and ready to
provide advice and assistance regarding UPS installation and maintenance.
• The new free swap assistance service
• an on-site support service for larger UPS that cannot be transported, whether or not they are covered by the warranty. A fast
repair on site is guaranteed through the use of state-of-the-art UPS technology, the professionalism of the Service personnel
and Authorised Assistance Centres nationwide. Service guarantees that any spare parts used are original, tested and up-todate.
• Service can provide assistance during the installation and initial start-up of the products and train on-site personnel. Technical
Service engineers can also verify site suitability, analyse and advise on rental solutions and disconnect and relocate equipment
• Maintenance contracts can be provided by Service to minimise the risks and costs connected with UPS breakdowns. Many
types of maintenance contract are available, ranging from periodic inspections to comprehensive cover including labour and
materials.
• Service regularly organises technical training courses for technicians at the Lever UPS training centre.
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LEVER S.r.l. - Viale del Lavoro, 17 - 37024 Arbizzano (Verona) ITALY
Telephone: +39 045 602.01.62 - Telefax: +39 045 602.01.47
[email protected] · www.lever.it
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