UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SUPPLY (UPS) Modules 25

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Modules 25-300 kVA III/III

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General index

1. INTRODUCTION.

1.1. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT LETTER.

2. INFORMATION FOR SAFETY.

2.1. USING THIS MANUAL.

2.1.1. Conventions and used symbols.

3. QUALITY AND STANDARD GUARANTEE.

3.1. DECLARATION OF THE MANAGEMENT.

3.2. STANDARD.

3.2.1. First and second environment.

3.2.1.1. First environment.

3.2.1.2. Second environment.

3.3. ENVIRONMENT.

4. OPRESENTATION.

4.1. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION

4.2. POWER MODULE

4.3. OPERATION MODE

4.3.1. Normal Mode

4.3.2. Battery Mode

4.3.3. Bypass Mode

4.3.4. Maintenance Mode (Manual Bypass)

4.3.5. ECO Mode

4.3.6. Auto-restart Mode

4.3.7. Frequency Converter Mode

4.3.8. UPS Configuration

4.3.9. UPS Outlook

5. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION

5.1. LOCATION

5.1.1. Installation Environment

5.1.2. Site Selection

5.1.3. Size and Weight

5.2. UNLOADING AND UNPACKING

5.2.1. Moving and Unpacking of the Cabinet

5.2.2. Unpacking Power Module

6. POSITIONING

6.1. POSITIONING CABINET

6.2. INSTALLING POWER MODULE

6.3. BATTERY

6.4. CABLE ENTRY

6.5. POWER CABLES

6.5.1. Specifications

6.5.2. Power switch

6.5.3. Connecting Power Cables

6.6. CONTROL AND COMMUNICATION CABLES

6.6.1. Communication Interface

7. LCD PANEL

7.1. INTRODUCTION

7.2. OPERATIONS OF LCD PANEL

7.3. LCD PANEL FOR POWER MODULE

7.3.1. LED Indicator

7.3.2. Control and Operation Keys

7.3.3. LCD Display

7.4. LCD PANEL FOR CBINET

7.4.1. LED Indicator

7.4.2. Control and Operation Keys

7.4.3. LCD touch Screen

7.5. MAIN MENU

7.5.1. Cabinet

7.5.2. Module

7.5.3. Setting

7.5.4. Log

7.5.5. Operate

7.5.6. Scope

8. OPERATIONS

8.1. UPS START-UP

8.1.1. Start from Normal Mode

8.1.2. Start from Battery Mode

8.2. PROCEDURE FOR SWITCHING BETWEEN OPERATION

MODES

8.2.1. Switching the UPS into Battery Mode from Normal Mode

8.2.2. Switching the UPS into Bypass Mode from Normal Mode

8.2.3. Switching the UPS into Normal Mode from Bypass Mode

8.2.4. Switching the UPS into Maintenance Bypass Mode from

Normal Mode

8.2.5. Switching the UPS into Normal Mode from Maintenance

Bypass Mode

8.3. BATTERY MAINTENANCE

8.4. EPO

8.5. INSTALLATION OF PARALLEL OPERATION SYSTEM

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9. MAINTENANCE

9.1. PRECAUTIONS

9.2. INSTRUCTION FOR MAINTAINING POWER MODULE

9.3. INSTRUCTION FOR MAINTAINING BYPASS MODULE

9.4. REPLACING DUST FILTER (OPTIONAL)

10. . PRODUCT SPECIFICATION

10.1. APPLICABLE STANDARDS

10.2. ENVIRONMENTAL CHARACTERISTICS

10.3. MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTIC

10.4. ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS

10.4.1. Electrical Characteristics (Input Rectifier)

10.4.2. Electrical Characteristics (Intermediate DC Link)

10.4.3. Electrical Characteristics (Inverter Output)

10.4.4. Electrical Characteristics (Bypass Mains Input)

10.5. EFFICIENCY

10.6. DISPLAY AND INTERFACE

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1. INTRODUCTION.

1.1. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT LETTER.

We would like to thank you in advance for the trust you have placed in us by purchasing this product. Read this instruction manual carefully in order to be familiarized with its contents, because, as much as you know and understand the equipment the highest will be your satisfaction and safety levels and their features will be optimized too.

We remain at you entire disposal for any further information or any query you should wish to make.

Yours sincerely.

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The equipment here described can cause important

physical damages due to wrong handling. This is why, the installation, maintenance and/or fixing of itself must be done by our staff or qualified personnel exclusively.

Although we have made every effort to guarantee a complete and accurate information in this user's manual, we are not responsible for any errors or omissions that may exist.

The images included in this document are mere illustrations and they could not represent the part of the equipment exactly, therefore they are not contractual. Nevertheless, differences that could exist will be alleviated or solved with the correct labelling of the equipment.

According to our policy of constant evolution, we reserve

the right to modify the specifications, operating or described actions in this document without fore-

warning.

Any reproduction, copy or third party concession,

modification or partial or in whole translations of this manual or document, in any format or media, is prohib-

ited without the previous written authorization of our

firm, being reserved the full and exclusive ownership right over it.

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2. INFORMATION FOR SAFETY.

2.1. USING THIS MANUAL.

The generic information of the equipment is supplied in digital format in a CD-ROM, and it includes among other documents the own user's manual of the system and the EK266*08 document concerning to «Safety instructions». Before doing any action over the equipment regarding installation or commissioning, change of location, setting or handling, read them carefully.

This user's manual is intended to provide information regarding the safety and to give explanations about the procedures for the installation and operating of the equipment. Read them carefully and follow the stated steps in the established order.

Compliance as regards to “Safety instructions“ is

mandatory, being the user the legal responsible regarding to its observance and application.

The equipments are delivered duly labelled for the correct identification of any their parts, which combined with the instructions described in this user's manual, allows the end-user to make any operating of both installation and commissioning, in an easy and ordered way without doubt. When an equipment differs from the one shown in figures of section 4, additional annexes will be edited if they were deemed appropriate or necessary. Generally, they will be delivered in hardcopy.

Finally, once the equipment is installed and operative, for future requests or doubts that could arise, it is recommended to keep the CD-ROM documentation in a safe place with easy access.

The following terms are used in the document indistinctly to be referred to:

«ADAPT, unit or UPS».- Uninterruptible Power Supply.

Depending on the context of the sentence, it can be referred either to the own equipment or to the equipment with batteries, although all is assembled in one cabinet or metallic enclosure.

«T.S.S.».- Technical Service and Support.

«client, fitter, operator or end-user».- are used indistinctly and by extension, to be referred to the fitter and/or operator which will make the corresponding actions, being responsible the same person about the actions to take on behalf of himself.

In case of installations with IT neutral regime, the switches, circuit breakers must break the NEUTRAL a part from the three lines.

2.1.1. Conventions and used symbols.

Some symbols can be used and shown in the equipment and/or in the description of this user's manual.

For more information, see section 1.1.1 of EK266*08 document as regards to «Safety instructions».

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3. QUALITY AND STANDARD GUARANTEE.

3.1. DECLARATION OF THE MANAGEMENT.

Our target is the client’s satisfaction, therefore this Management has decided to establish a Quality and Environmental policy, by means of installation a Quality and Environmental Management

System that becomes us capable to comply the requirements demanded by the standard ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 and by our

Clients and concerned parts too.

Likewise, the enterprise Management is committed with the development and improvement of the Quality and Environmental Management System, by means of:

The communication to all the company about the importance of satisfaction both in the client’s requirements and in the legal and regulations.

The Quality and Environmental Policy diffusion and the fixation of the Quality and Environment targets.

To carry out revisions by the Management.

To provide the needed resources.

Pay attention to those systems used in vital signs maintenance, medical applications, commercial transport, nuclear power stations, as well as other applications or loads where a failure in the product can cause serious personal injuries or material damages.

Declaration of conformity CE of the product is at the client disposal under previous request to our headquarters offices.

3.2.1. First and second environment.

The following examples of environment cover the majority of

UPS installations.

3.2.1.1. First environment.

Environment that includes residential, commercial and light industrial premises directly connected without intermediate transformers to a public low-voltage mains supply.

3.2.1.2. Second environment.

Second environment: Environment that includes all commercial, light industry and industrial establishments other than those directly connected to a low-voltage mains that supplies buildings used for residential purposes.

3.2. STANDARD.

The SLC ADAPT product is designed, manufactured and commercialized in accordance with the standard EN ISO 9001 of

Quality Management Systems and certified by SGS body. The

marking shows the conformity to the EEC Directive by means of the application of the following standards:

2014/35/EU. - Low Voltage Directive (LVD).

2014/30/EU. - Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC).

2011/65/EU. - Restriction of Hazardous Substances in electrical and electronic equipment (RoHS).

In accordance with the specifications of the harmonized standards. Standards as reference:

IEC/EN 62103. - Electronic equipments for use in power installations.

IEC/EN 61000-6-4. - Electromagnetic compatibility. Generic norm of emission. Industrial environment.

IEC/EN 61000-6-2. - Electromagnetic compatibility. Generic norm of immunity. Industrial environment.

In case of any modification or intervention over the equipment by the end-user, the manufacturer is not responsible.

WARNING!:

SLC ADAPT. This is a category C3 UPS product. This is a product for commercial and industrial application in the second environment - installation restrictions or additional measures may be needed to prevent disturbances.

3.3. ENVIRONMENT.

This product has been designed to respect the Environment and manufactured in accordance with the ISO 14001 norm.

Equipment recycling at the end of its useful life:

Our company commits to use the services of authorised societies and according to the regulations, in order to treat the whole recovered product at the end of its useful life (contact your distributor).

Packaging:

To recycle the packaging, follow the legal regulations in force, in accordance with the particular norm of the country where the equipment is installed.

Batteries:

The batteries mean a serious danger for health and environment. The disposal of them must be done in accordance with the regulations in force.

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4. OPRESENTATION.

4.1. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION

The Modular UPS is configured by the following part: Power modules, Bypass & Monitoring module, and cabinet with manual Bypass switch. One or several battery strings should be installed to provide backup energy once the utility fails. The

UPS structure is shown in Fig. 1.

Manual Bypass

Static Bypass

Bypass

Main

Output

Rectifier

AC/DC

Inverter

DC/AC

.

Battery

Charge/

Discharge

Fig. 1. UPS Configuration

4.2. POWER MODULE

The power module structure is shown as Fig. 2. The power module contains a rectifier, an inverter, and a DC/DC converter for charge and discharge of the external batteries.

Input

Battery

Rectifier

AC/DC

DC/DC

Inverter

DC/AC

Fig. 2. Power module structure

Output

4.3. OPERATION MODE

The Modular UPS is an on-line, double-conversion UPS that permits operation in the following modes:

Normal mode

Battery mode

Bypass mode

Maintenance mode (manual bypass)

ECO mode

Auto-restart mode

Frequency Converter mode

4.3.1. Normal Mode

The inverter of power modules continuously supply the critical

AC load. The rectifier/charger derives power from the AC mains input source and supplies DC power to the inverter while simultaneously FLOAT or BOOST charging its associated backup battery.

Manual Bypass

Static Bypass

Bypass

Main

Output

Rectifier

AC/DC

Inverter

DC/AC

Battery

Charger

DC/DC

Fig. 3. Normal mode operation diagram

4.3.2. Battery Mode

Upon failure of the AC mains input power, the inverter of power modules, which obtain power from the battery, supply the critical AC load. There is no interruption in power to the critical load upon failure. After restoration of the AC mains input power, the” Normal mode” operation will continue automatically without the necessity of user intervention.

Manual Bypass

Static Bypass

Bypass

Main

Output

Rectifier

AC/DC

Inverter

DC/AC

Battery

Discharge

DC/DC

Fig. 4. Battery mode operation diagram

Note:

With the function of Battery cold start, the UPS may start without utility. See more detail in section 8.1.2.

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4.3.3. Bypass Mode

If the inverter overload capacity is exceeded under Normal mode, or if the inverter becomes unavailable for any reason, the static transfer switch will perform a transfer of the load from the inverter to the bypass source, with no interruption in power to the critical

AC load. Should the inverter be asynchronous with the bypass, the static switch will perform a transfer of the load from the inverter to the bypass with power interruption to the load. This is to avoid large cross currents due to the paralleling of unsynchronized AC sources. This interruption is programmable but typically set to be less than 3/4 of an electrical cycle, e.g., less than 15ms (50Hz) or less than 12.5ms (60Hz). The action of transfer/re-transfer can also be done by the command through monitor.

Manual Bypass

Static Bypass

Bypass

Main

Output

Rectifier

AC/DC

Inverter

DC/AC

Battery

Charger

DC/DC

Fig. 5. Bypass mode operation diagram

4.3.4. Maintenance Mode (Manual Bypass)

A manual bypass switch is available to ensure continuity of supply to the critical load when the UPS becomes unavailable e.g. during a maintenance procedure. (See Fig. 6).

Manual Bypass

Static Bypass

Bypass

Main

Output

Rectifier

AC/DC

Inverter

DC/AC

Battery

Charger

DC/DC

Fig. 6. Maintenance mode operation diagram

Danger:

During Maintenance mode, dangerous voltages are present on the terminal of input, output and neutral, even with all the modules and the LCD turned off.

4.3.5. ECO Mode

To improve system efficiency, UPS rack system works in Bypass mode at normal time, and inverter is standby. When the utility fails, the UPS transfers to Battery Mode and the inverter powers the loads.

Manual Bypass

Static Bypass

Bypass

Main

Rectifier

AC/DC

Inverter

DC/AC

Output

Battery

Charger

DC/DC

Fig. 7. ECO Mode operation diagram

Note:

There is a short interruption time (less than 10ms) when transfer from ECO mode to battery mode, it must be sure that the interruption has no effect on loads.

4.3.6. Auto-restart Mode

The battery may become exhausted following an extended

AC mains failure. The inverter shuts down when the battery reaches the End of Discharge Voltage (EOD). The UPS may be programmed to “System Auto Start Mode after EOD”. The system starts after a delay time when the AC mains recovers.

The mode and the delay time are programmed by the commissioning engineer.

4.3.7. Frequency Converter Mode

By setting the UPS to Frequency Converter mode, the UPS could present a stable output of fixed frequency (50 or 60Hz), and the bypass static switch is not available. UPS Structure

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4.3.8. UPS Configuration

The UPS configuration is provided in Table 1

Item

Cabinet

Components

Manual Bypass

Quantity/ pcs

1

Power module

System display

Bypass & Monitoring module

Dust filter

Power module

1

1

1

1-10

Remark

Requisite, factory installed

Requisite, factory installed

Requisite, factory installed

Optional.

Requisite, installed on site.

Table 1. UPS Configuration.

4.3.9. UPS Outlook

The UPS outlook is shown as Fig. 8 to Fig. 10.

1- SPD (Optional)

2- LCD

3- Bypass & Monitoring Module

4- Manual Bypass

5- Battery Cold star

6- Dry Contact

7- Communication interface

8- Power module

Fig. 9. System outlook-Front view.

1- Front Door

2- Dust Filter

3- Back Door

4- Foot Print

Fig. 8.

System outlook of UPS.

1- System Connectors

2- Power module connector

Fig. 10. System outlook-Rears View.

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5. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION

5.1. LOCATION

As each site has its requirements, the installation instructions in this section are to act as a guide for the general procedures and practices that should be observed by the installing engineer.

5.1.1. Installation Environment

The UPS is intended for indoor installation and uses forced convection cooling by internal fans. Please make sure there is enough space for the UPS ventilation and cooling.

Keep the UPS far away from water, heat and inflammable and explosive, corrosive material. Avoid installing the UPS in the environment with direct sunlight, dust, volatile gases, corrosive material and high salinity.

Avoid installing the UPS in the environment with conductive dirt.

The operating environment temperature for battery is 20ºC-

25ºC. Operating above 25ºC will reduce the battery life, and operation below 20ºC will reduce the battery capacity.

The battery will generate a little amount of hydrogen and oxygen at the end of charging; ensure the fresh air volume of the battery installation environment must meet EN50272-2001 requirements.

If external batteries are to be used, the battery circuit breakers

(or fuses) must be mounted as close as possible to the batteries, and the connecting cables should be as short as possible.

5.1.2. Site Selection

Ensure the ground or installation platform can bear the weight of the UPS cabinet ,batteries and battery rack.

No vibration and less than 5 degree inclination horizontally.

The equipment should be stored in a room so as to protect it against excessive humidity and heat sources.

The battery needs to be stored in dry and cool place with good ventilation. The most suitable storage temperature is 20 ºC to

25ºC.

5.1.3. Size and Weight

The size of three views for the UPS cabinet is shown in Fig. 11.

Fig. 11. Size of the UPS cabinet (Unit : mm)

Attention:

Ensure there is at least 0.8m before the front of the cabinet so as to easily maintain the power module with the front door fully open and at least 0.5m behind for ventilation and cooling. The room reserved for the cabinet is shown in Fig. 12.

≥500

≥800

≥500

Fig. 12. Room reserved for the cabinet (Unit: mm)

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The weight for the UPS cabinet is shown in Table 2.

Configuration

UPS Cabinet

UPS 300KVA

UPS 150KVA

Weight

220Kg

560Kg

390kg

Table 2. Weight for the UPS.

5.2. UNLOADING AND UNPACKING

5.2.1. Moving and Unpacking of the Cabinet

The steps to move and unpack the cabinet are as follows:

1.

Check if any damages to the packing. (If any, contact to the carrier)

2.

Transport the equipment to the designated site by forklift, as shown in Fig. 13.

4.

Remove the protective foam around the cabinet

3.

Fig. 13. Transport to the designated site

Open the top plate of the steel-edged wooden case with slotted awl and pier, followed by side boards (see Fig. 14).

Fig. 15. Remove the protective foam

5.

Check the UPS.

a.

Visually examine if there are any damages to UPS during transportation. If any, contact to the carrier.

b.

Check the UPS with the list of the goods. If any items are not included in the list, contact to our company or the local office.

6.

Dismantle the bolt that connects the cabinet and wooden pallet after disassembly.

7.

Move the cabinet to the installation position.

Attention:

Be careful while removing to avoid scratching the equipment.

5.2.2. Unpacking Power Module

1.

The steps to move and unpack the power module are as follows:

2.

The packing case must be placed on the platform smoothly, as is shown in Fig. 16.

Fig. 14. Disassemble the case

Fig. 16. Place on platform smoothly

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3.

Cut the plastic packing belt and scotch tape to open the carton. (See Fig. 17).

1 2

1- Carton

2- Foam packing

Fig. 17. Open the carton

4.

Remove the foam cover (See Fig. 18).

1- Carton

2- Foam packing

3- Power module

Fig. 18. Remove the foam cover.

5.

Take out the UPS with plastic package and dismantle the packaging materials.

Attention:

The waste materials of unpacking should be disposed to meet the demand for environmental protection.

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6. POSITIONING

6.1. POSITIONING CABINET

The UPS cabinet has two way of supporting itself: One is to support itself temporarily by the four wheels at the bottom, making it convenient to adjust the position of the cabinet; The other is by anchor bolts to support the cabinet permanently after adjusting the position of the cabinet. The supporting structure is shown in Fig. 19.

6.2. INSTALLING POWER MODULE

The installation position of power module is shown in Fig. 20.

Please install the power modules following the principle of from bottom to top to prevent inclination of the cabinet due to high center of gravity. The steps of installing power module are as follows:

1.

Ensure the cabinet is fixed and no damage to the body and inserting port of the power module.

2.

Hold the handler and the body of the power module by two persons at each side.

3.

Insert the module in the installation position, and push it into the cabinet smoothly.

4.

Fix the module to the cabinet though the mounting holes on two sides of the front plate of the module (See Fig. 20 right).

5.

Installing Power Module done.

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1- Anchor bolts

2- Wheels

Fig. 19. Supporting structure (Bottom view).

The steps to position the cabinet are as follows:

1.

Ensure the supporting structure is in good condition and the mounting floor is smooth and strong.

2.

Retract the anchor bolts by turning them counterclockwise using wrench, the cabinet is then supported by the four wheels.

3.

Adjust the cabinet to the right position by the supporting wheels.

4.

Put down the anchor bolts by turning them clockwise using wrench, the cabinet is then supported by the four anchor bolts.

5.

Ensure the four anchor bolts are in the same height and the cabinet is fixed and immovable.

6.

Positioning done.

Attention:

Auxiliary equipment is needed when the mounting floor is not solid enough to support the cabinet, which helps distribute the weight over a larger area. For instance, cover the floor with iron plate or increase the supporting area of the anchor bolts.

1-Bypass module

2- Power module

3-10# Power module

4- 2# Power module

5- 1# Power module

6- Mounting holes

Fig. 20. Installing power module

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Note:

The installing method of bypass module is the same as the power module.

6.3. BATTERY

The battery set can be based between 36 and 44 blocks connected in serial, but it will always be an even number due to the internal structure of the equipment, which needs a mid tap or central point (neutral) of them. At the same time, the back up time together with the required power to feed the loads establishes the needed capacity of the battery in Ah.

In Fig. 21, “N” means the total quantity of battery blocks connected in serial, being able to select it among the figures above stated.

6.4. CABLE ENTRY

Cables can enter the UPS cabinet from the top. Cable entry is made possible through a blanking plate fitted at the top of the equipment. The cable entry is shown in Fig.22.

Fig. 21. Battery string wiring diagram

Danger:

The battery terminal voltage is of more than 400Vdc, please follow the safety instructions to avoid electric shock hazard.

Ensure the positive, negative, neutral electrode is correctly connected from the battery unit terminals to the breaker and from the breaker to the UPS system.

1- Signal Cables

2- Power Cables

3- Blanking plate

Fig. 22. Cable entry

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6.5. POWER CABLES

6.5.1. Specifications

The «Recommended installation» information for each input and output setting is available with the supplied documentation, manual and/or CD. In that information is shown the circuit diagram, as well as the protection size and minimum cross section of the wires that are connected to the equipment, taking into account the nominal operating voltage. All figures are calculated for a maximum

total cable length of 30 m between the distribution panel board, equipment and loads.

For longer lengths correct the cross sections accordingly, in order to avoid dropping voltages, by respecting the Regulations or norms corresponding to the country.

In the own documentation and for each setting, it is available the information for «N» units in parallel, as well as the features of the own «Backfeed protection».

6.5.2. Power switch

From the initials CB in English (Circuit Breakers), the recommendations are the following:

POSITION

Input switch

Bypass input switch

Output switch

Batteries switch

150KVA

300A/3P

250A/3P

250A/3P

400A,250Vdc

Tabla 3. Recommendations

300KVA

600A/3P

500A/3P

500A/3P

800A,250Vdc

Attention:

The CB with RCD (Residual Current Device) is not suggested for the system.

6.5.3. Connecting Power Cables

The steps of connecting power cables are as follows:

1.

Verify that all the external input distribution switches of the

UPS are completely open and the UPS internal maintenance bypass switch is opened. Attach necessary warning signs to these switches to prevent unauthorized operation.

2.

Open the back door of the cabinet, remove the plastic cover.

The input and output terminal, battery terminal and protective earth terminal are shown in Fig. 23.

Fig. 23. Connections terminals.

3.

Connect the protective earth wire to protective earth terminal (PE).

4.

Connect the AC input supply cables to the Main Input terminal and AC output supply cables to the Output terminal.

5.

Connect the Battery cables to the Battery terminal.

6.

Check to make sure there is no mistake and re-install all the protective covers.

Attention :

The operations described in this section must be performed by authorized electricians or qualified technical personnel. If you have any difficulties, contact the manufacturer or agency.

Warning :

Tighten the connections terminals to enough torque moment, and please ensure correct phase rotation.

The grounding cable and neutral cable must be connected in accordance with local and national codes.

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6.6. CONTROL AND COMMUNICATION CABLES

The front panel of the bypass module provides dry contact interface (J2-J11) and communication interface (RS232, RS485, SNMP

,Intelligent card interface and USB port), as it is shown in Fig. 24.

1

2 3

Remote EPO Input Port

J4 is the input port for remote EPO. It requires shorting NC and

+24V and disconnecting NO and +24V during normal operation, and the EPO is triggered when opening NC and +24V or shorting the NO and +24V. The port diagram is shown in Fig. 26, and port description is shown in Table 5.

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4 5 6

1- Dry Contact Interface

2- SNMP card

3- Intelligent Slot

4- USB Port

5- RS-232

6- RS-485

Fig. 24. Dry contact &communication interface .

Battery Warning Output Dry Contact Interface

The input dry contact J2 and J3 can detect the temperature of batteries and environment respectively, which can be used in environment monitoring and battery temperature compensation.

Interfaces diagram for J2 and J3 are shown in Fig. 25, the description of interface is in Table 4.

Fig. 26. Diagram of input port for remote EPO

Port

J4-1

J4-2

J4-3

J4-4

Name

REMOTE_EPO_NC

+24V_DRY

+24V_DRY

REMOTE_EPO_NO

Function

Trigger EPO when disconnect with J4-2

+24V

+24V

Trigger EPO when connect with J4-3

Table 5. Description of input port for remote EPO.

Aux. contact external manual bypass Input Dry Contact

The default function of J5 is the interface for external manual bypass J5 Connect pin 2 of J5 with +24V power supply; it indicates that the external manual bypass MCB has been connected and the load are supplied the mains. The interface diagram is shown in Fig. 27, and interface description is shown in Table 6.

J2

J3

Fig. 25. J2 and J3 for temperature detecting

J2-1

Port

J2-2

J3-1

J3-2

Name

TEMP_BAT

TEMP_COM

ENV_TEMP

Function

Detection of battery temperature common terminal

Detection of environmental temperature common terminal TEMP_COM

Table 4. Description of J2 and J3.

+24V

J5

GEN

AUX-N.O.

AUX-N.O.

Generator

Fig. 27.

Diagram of aux. contact external manual bypass

MCB

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J5-1

J5-2

Port

J5-3

Name

+24V_DRY

EXTERNAL_MAINT_

BYPASS

GND_DRY

Function

+24V

Aux. contact –NO- external manual bypass

MCB

Power ground for +24V

Table 6. Description of status interface and connection of aux. contact external manual bypass MCB.

BCB Input Port

The default function of J6 and J7 are the ports of BCB. The port diagram is shown in Fig. 28, and description is shown in

Table 7.

Fig. 29. Bypass dry contact interface diagram

J8-1

J8-2

Port Name Function

BYPASS_ALARM_NC Bypass relay (normally closed). It will open during the bypass condition equipment.

BYPASS _ALARM_NO Bypass relay (normally open). It will closed during the bypass condition equipment.

BYPASS _ALARM_GND Common terminal

J8-3

Table 8. Bypass dry contact interface description.

General Alarm Output Dry Contact Interface

The default function of J9 is the general alarm output dry contact interface. When one or more warnings are triggered, an auxiliary dry contact signal will be active via the isolation of a relay.

Fig. 28. BCB Port.

J6-1

Port

J6-2

J7-1

J7-2

Name

BCB_DRIV

BCB_Status

GND_DRY

BCB_Online

Function

BCB contact drive, provides +24V voltage,

20mA drive signal

BCB contact status, connect with the normally open signal of BCB

Power ground for +24V

BCB on-line input

(normally open), BCB is on-line when the signal is connecting with J7-1

Table 7. Description of BCB port.

Bypass Output Dry Contact Interface .

The default function of J8 is the bypass output dry contact interface. The interface diagram is shown in Fig. 29, and description is shown in Table 8.

J9-1

J9-2

J9-3

Port Name Function

GENERAL_ALARM_NC Integrated warning relay

(normally closed) will be open during warning

GENERAL_ALARM_NO Integrated warning relay

(normally open) will be closed during warning

GENERAL_ALARM_

GND

Common terminal

Table 9.

General alarm dry contact interface description.

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Utility Fail Warning Output Dry Contact Interface

The default function of J10 is the output dry contact interface for utility failure warning, when the utility fails, the system will send a utility failure warning information, and provide an auxiliary dry contact signal via the isolation of a relay. The interface diagram is shown in Fig. 30, and description is shown in Table

10.

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Fig. 30. Utility failure warning dry contact interface diagram

J10-1

Port

J10-2

J10-3

Name

UTILITY_FAIL_NC

UTILITY_FAIL_NO

UTILITY_FAIL_GND

Function

Mains failure warning relay(normally closed) will be open during warning

Mains failure warning relay (normally open) will be closed during warning

Common terminal

Table 10. Utility failure warning dry contact interface description.

6.6.1. Communication Interface

RS232, RS485 and USB port: Provide serial data which can be used for commissioning and maintenance by authorized engineers or can be used for networking or integrated monitoring system in the service room.

SNMP: Used on site installation for communication (Optional).

Intelligent card interface: Extension dry contact interface

(Optional).

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7. LCD PANEL

7.1. INTRODUCTION

This chapter introduces the functions and operator instructions of the operator control and display panel in detail, and provides

LCD display information, including LCD display types, detailed menu information, prompt window information and UPS alarm information.

7.2. OPERATIONS OF LCD PANEL

This section presents the operations of LCD panels for the power module and cabinet.

7.3. LCD PANEL FOR POWER MODULE

The structure of LCD panels for power module is shown in

Fig.31.

2

2

3

3

1- Status indicator

2- LCD Display

3- OFF Key

4- Function Key

Fig. 31. Control and display panel for power module

The operator control panel is divided into three functional areas: Status indicator, control and operation keys and LCD display.

7.3.1. LED Indicator

The LED indicator has green and red colors to indicate the statuses and faults by combinations of different colors and the time it lasts. The combinations are listed in Table 11.

No.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

LED combinations

Green short-time flashing 1

(Green for 1S, Off for 2S)

Green short-time flashing 1

(Green for 1S, Off for 2S)

Green medium-time flashing

(Green for 1S, Off for 5S)

Green long-time flashing

(Green for 2S, Off for 10S)

Steady green

Red and Green Alternating

(Red for 1S,Green for 5S)

Steady red

Red medium-time flashing

(Red for 1S, Off for 5S)

Red short-time flashing

(Red for 1S, Off for 1S)

Description

Rectifier soft starting

Inverter soft starting

Power module inverter standby

Power module in deep sleep

(shutdown)

UPS is working normally

The load powered by inverter with warnings (No battery, battery discharging, overload etc.)

Power module shutdown by fault

Shutdown manually or by monitoring software

Situation except above

Table 11. Statues and faults of different combinations.

7.3.2. Control and Operation Keys

The control and operation keys include FUNC keys and OFF key that have different functions:

a.

The FUNC key is used for turning the display pages;

b.

The OFF key is mainly for turning off the power module:1)Enable.LCD panel -> Menu Operate

-> Enable Module “OFF” Key

;2)Press the “OFF” key for 3 seconds, the power module quits from the system.;

c.

Pressing the FUNC keys resets the LCD display.

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7.3.3. LCD Display

LCD is for displaying the information for the module and its structure is shown in Fig.32.

1 2 2 1

4

3

4

3

4

3

2 2 1

1- Select triangle

2- Enregy bar

3- Digit Display Area

4- Unit

Fig. 32. LCD display

Users can browse the information of each power module by pressing the FUNC key to turn the pages.

:flashing:

Indicating a fault occurs.

Energy bar of

:

a.

Flashing: Rectifier soft start;

b.

Highlighted: The rectifier is working normally;

c.

Off: Other situation.

Energy bar of

:

a.

Flashing: Inverter starting;

b.

Highlighted: Load on inverter;

c.

Off: Other situation.

Select triangle of :highlighted:

Input information is presented in the Digit Displays Area:

3-phase voltage and 3-phase current.

Energy bar of

:

a.

Flashing: low battery voltage;

b.

Highlighted: Charging normally;

c.

Off: battery not connected.

Select triangle of :highlighted:

Output information is presented in the Digit Displays Area:

3-phase voltage, 3-phase current and the 3-phase load percentage.

Select triangle of highlighted:

Battery information is presented in the Digit Displays Area:

Battery positive voltage, battery positive charge/discharge voltage and bus positive voltage; battery negative voltage, battery negative charge/discharge current and bus negative voltage.

Energy bar of :

a.

Lightened: Discharging mode;

b.

Off: battery not connected or charging.

Unit: Voltage (V), Current (A), Percentage (%).

When one power module is turning page, the other modules are turning delayed by 2 seconds.

Select triangle of highlighted:

Battery information is presented in the Digit Displays Area: battery negative voltage, battery negative charge/discharge current and bus negative voltage.

• highlighted:

Fault and warning codes are shown in Digit Displays Area in recycle (shown with short dash when less than 3).The meanings of the codes are listed in Table 12.

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Codes

69

71

74

81

83

85

93

53

55

57

59

61

65

67

32

34

38

41

47

49

51

16

18

20

28

30

95

97

109

111

113

115

117

119

121

127

Tabla 12. codes for faults and warnings

Description

Main abnormal

Bypass phase sequence fault

Bypass voltage abnormal

Bypass Over-track frequency

Over-transferring-time

Output shorted

EOD of battery

Battery test fail

Battery maintenance fail

Rectifier fail

Inverter fail

Rectifier over temperature

Fan fail

Output overload

Output overload time out

Inverter over temperature

UPS inverter Inhibited

Low battery

Battery phase reversed

Inverter protected

Neutral disconnected

Module shut down manual

Battery or charger fail

Lost N+X redundancy

EOD system inhibited

Inverter data CAN fail

Data CAN fail

Power share fail

Inverter bridge open

Temperature difference over limit

Input current unbalanced

DC bus over voltage

Rectifier soft start fail

Relay open

Relay shorted

Transfer to inverter manually

7.4. LCD PANEL FOR CBINET

The structure of operator control and display panel for cabinet is shown in Fig. 33.

1

5

7

6

9

BYP INV MUTE

8

10

11

12

2

3

4

1-LCD touch screen

2: EPO switch

3: Audible Alarm (Buzzer)

4: Status indicator

5: Bypass indicator

6: Rectifier indicator

7: Inverter indicator

8: Load indicator

9: Battery indicator

10: Bypass transfer

11: Inverter transfer

12: Mute

Fig. 33. Control and display panel for cabinet

The LCD panel for cabinet is divided into three functional areas:

LED indicator: control and operation keys and LCD touch screen.

7.4.1. LED Indicator

There are 6 LEDs on the panel to indicate the operating status and fault. The description of indicators is shown in Table 13.

Indicator

Rectifier indicator

Battery indicator

State Description

Steady green

Flashing green

Steady red

Flashing red Mains abnormal for at least one module

Off

Steady green

Flashing green

Rectifier not operating

Load supplied by inverter

Inverter on, start, synchronization or standby (ECO mode) for at least one module

Steady red

Rectifier normal for all modules

Rectifier normal for at least one module, mains normal

Rectifier fault

Flashing red

Off

System output not supplied by inverter, inverter fault for at least one module.

System output supplied by inverter, inverter fault for at least one module.

Battery and battery converter normal, battery not charging

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Indicator

Bypass indicator

Inverter indicator

State Description

Steady green Load supplied by bypass

Steady red Bypass abnormal or out of normal range, or static bypass switch fault

Flashing red

Off

Bypass voltage abnormal

Bypass normal

Load supplied by inverter Steady green

Flashing green

Steady red

Flashing red

Off

Inverter on, start, synchronization or standby (ECO mode) for at least one module

System output not supplied by inverter, inverter fault for at least one module.

System output supplied by inverter, inverter fault for at least one module.

Inverter not operating for all modules

Attention:

When bypass frequency is over track, there is interruption time(less than 10ms) for transferring from bypass to inverter.

7.4.3. LCD touch Screen

Users can easily browse the information, operate the UPS, and reset the parameters through the LCD touch screen, which is friendly for users.

After the monitoring system starts self-test, the system enters the home page, following the welcome window. The home page is shown in Fig. 34.

1

Load indicator

Status indicator

Steady green UPS output ON and normal

Steady red UPS overload time is out, or output short, or output no power supply

Flashing red Overload output of UPS

Off

Steady green

Steady red

No output of UPS

Normal operation

Failure

Tabla 13. Status description of indicator

There are two different types of audible alarm during UPS operation, as shown in Table 14.

Alarm

Two short alarm with a long one

Continuous alarm

Description

when system has general alarm (for example: AC fault),

When system has serious faults (for example: fuse or hardware fault)

Table 14. Description of audible alarm

7.4.2. Control and Operation Keys

The central touch screen has keys with different functionalities.

See Table 15 for the description of each one.

Function Key

EPO

BYP

INV

MUTE

Description

Long press, cut off the load power (shut down the rectifier, inverter, static bypass and battery)

Long press, transfer to the bypass(Push the button up in the back of the door to enable ,see Fig.5.2)

Long press, transfer to the inverter

Long press to switch between turning off and on the buzzing

Table 15. Functions of Control and operation keys

2

1-Status bar

2: Warning Information

3: Information Display

4: Main Menu

Fig. 34. Home page

Status bar

The Status bar contains the model of the product, capacity, operational mode , and the number of the power module and the time of the system.

Warning Information

Display the warning information of the cabinet.

Information Display

Users can check the information of the cabinet in this area.

The bypass voltage, main input voltage, battery voltage, and output voltages are presented in the form of gauge.

The loads are displayed in the form of bar chart in percentage. The green area stands for a load of less than 60%, yellow area for a load of 60%-100% and red area for a load of more than 100%.

The energy flow mimics the flow of the power.

3

4

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Home

Cabinet

Bypass

Main

Output

Load

Battery

Module

Input

Output

Load

Info.

S-code

Setting

Date &Time

Language

Comm.

User

Battery

Service

Rate

Log

Configure

Fig. 35. Structure of menu tree

Operate

Mute

Fault clear

Transfer to

Bypass

Transfer to

Inverter

Battery

Test

Battery

Maintenance

Battery

Boost

Battery

Float

Scope

Output Voltage

Output Current

Bypass Voltage

7.5. MAIN MENU

The main menu includes Cabinet, Module, Setting, Log, Operate and Scope and it is described in details below.

7.5.1. Cabinet

Touch the icon , (At the bottom left of the screen), and the system enters the page of the Cabinet, as it is shown in Fig. 36.

3

1

2

USER'S MANUAL

1- Running status, 2- Version information, 3- Title, 4- Information display, 5- Submenu

Fig. 36. Cabinet

4

5

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The Cabinet comprises sectors of title, information display, version running status information display and submenu. The sectors are described as follows.

Title

Display the information of the selected submenu.

Running status

The squares shown on the mini current path represent the various UPS power paths and show the current UPS operating status. (The green square indicating the module working normally, the white indicating the absent of the module and red indicating the absence of the module or in fault).

Version Information

The version information for LCD of the power module and monitor.

Submenu

It includes the submenu of Bypass, Main, Output, load and battery.

Information display

Display information of each submenu.

The interface of each submenu is shown from Fig. 37 to Fig. 40.

Fig. 39. Submenu interface of Cabinet: Interface of Load

Fig. 40. Submenu interface of Cabinet: Interface of Battery

Fig. 37. Submenu interface of Cabinet: Interface of Main

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Fig. 38. Submenu interface of Cabinet: Interface of Output

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The submenu of Cabinet is described in details below in Table

16.

Submenu

Name

Main

Contents Meaning

Bypass

Output

Load

Battery

PF kVA.

kW kVAr

%

V

A

Hz

Hz

PF

V

A

Hz

PF

V

A

V

A

Capacity (%)

Remain T (Min)

Battery

Ambient

Total Work T

Total Discharge T

Phase voltage

Phase current

Input frequency

Power factor

Phase voltage

Phase voltage

Bypass frequency

Phase current

Phase voltage

Phase current

Output frequency

Power factor

Sout: Apparent Power

Pout: Active Power

Qout: Reactive power

Load (The percentage of the

UPS load)

Battery positive/negative

Voltage

Battery positive/negative

Current

The percentage compared with new battery capacity

Remaining battery backup time

Battery Temp

Environmental Temp

Total work time

Total discharging time

Table 16. Description of each submenu of Cabinet

7.5.2. Module

Touch the icon , (At the bottom left of the screen), and the system enters the page of the Module, as is shown in Fig. 41.

3

1

2

1- Power module information

2- Version information

3- Title

4- Information display

5- Submenu

Fig. 41. Module

4

5

The Cabinet comprises sectors of title, information display, power module information, version information and submenu.

The sectors are described as follows.

Title

Present the title of submenu of the selected power module.

Information display

Display information of each submenu.

Power module information

The users can choose the power module to browse the information in the “Information display” sector.

Colors of the square on the mimic current path represent the various power module paths and show the current operating status.

The green square indicating the module working normally,

The black indicating module in invalid

The red indicating the absence of the module or in fault

Take the 5#module for example. It indicates that UPS is in

Normal mode and the rectifier and inverter are working normally .The battery is not connected.

Version Information

The version information for rectifier and inverter of the selected module.

Submenu

The submenu includes Input, Output, Load, INFO. and S-CODE.

Users can enter the interface of each submenu by directly touching the icon .Each interface of the submenu is shown in Fig. 42.

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(a) Output (d) S-Code

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Fig. 42. Module menu: Interface of Output

(b) Load

Fig. 43. Module menu: Interface of Load

(c) Module information

Fig. 44. Module menu: Interface of Information

Fig. 45. Module menu: Interface of S-Code

The submenus of Module are described below in details in

Table 17.

Submenu

Name

Input

Contents

V

Meaning

Output

Load

Information

S-code

A

Hz

PF

V

A

Hz

PF

V

% kW kVA

BATT+(V)

BATT-(V)

BUS(V)

Charger(V)

Fan Time

Inlet Temperature(°C)

Outlet Temperature(°C)

Fault Code

Input phase voltage of selected module

Input phase current of selected module

Input frequency of selected module

Input power factor of selected module

Output phase voltage of selected module

Output phase current of selected module

Output frequency of selected module

Output power factor of selected module

Load voltage of selected module

Load (The percentage of the power module selected)

Pout: Active Power of each

Sout: Apparent Power

Battery Voltage (positive)

Battery Voltage (negative)

Bus Voltage(Positive &

Negative)

Charger Voltage(Positive &

Negative)

Total Running time of the selected power module

Inlet Temperature of the selected power module

Outlet Temperature of the selected power module

For the maintenance personne

Table 17. Description of each submenu of Module

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7.5.3. Setting

Touch the icon , (At the bottom of the screen), and the system enters the page of the Setting, as it is shown in

Fig. 46.

1

2

1- Submenus

2- Setting interface

Fig. 46. Setting menu

Note:

Users have various permissions to the configuration of the

Setting :( a) for the Date &Time, LANGUAGE and COMM, user can set on their own. (b)For the USER, a one-level password is needed and the setting must be done by commissioning engineer (c) For the Battery and SERVICE, a Twolevel password is needed and it is set by the after-service personal. (d)For the RATE and CONFIGURE, a Three-level password is needed and it is set only by the factory.

The “C” stands for Ampere number. For instance, if the battery is 100AH, then C=100A..

Warning:

Ensure the number of the battery set is completely in accord with the practice, otherwise, it will cause serious damage to the batteries or the equipment.

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The options for each of the submenus are detailed below:

Submenu Name

Submenu Name

Language

Contents

Date format setting

Time setting

Current language

Language selection

COMM

USER

BATTERY

SERVICE

RATE

CONFIGURE

Device Address

RS232 Protocol Selection

Baudrate

Modbus Mode

Modbus parity

Output voltage Adjustment

Bypass Voltage Up Limited

Bypass Voltage Down Limited

Bypass Frequency Limited

Dust Filter Maintenance Period

Battery Number

Battery Capacity

Float Charge Voltage/Cell

Boost Charge Voltage/Cell

EOD(End of charge) Voltage/Cell,@0.6C

Current

EOD(End of charge) Voltage/

Cell,@0.15C Current

Charge Current Percent Limit

Battery Temperature Compensate

Boost Charge Time Limit

Auto Boost Period

Auto Maintenance Discharge Period

System Mode

Configure the rated Parameter

Configure the system

Meaning

Three format: (a) year/month/day,(b) moth/date/year, (c) date/month/year

Setting time

Language in use

Simplified Chinese and English selectable (The setting taking action immediately after touching the language icon)

Setting the communication address

SNT Protocol, ModBus Protocol, YD/T Protocol and Dwin (For factory use)

Setting the baudrate of SNT, ModBus and YD/T

Setting mode for Modbus:ASCII and RTU selectable

Setting the parity for Modbus

Setting the Output Voltage

Up limited working Voltage for Bypass, settable:+10%, +15%, +20%, +25%

Down limited working Voltage for Bypass, settable:-10%, -15%, -20%, -30%, -40%

Permitted working Frequency for BypassSettable, +-1Hz, +-3Hz, +-5Hz

Setting Dust Filter Maintenance Period

Setting the number of the battery (12V)

Setting of the AH of the battery

Setting the floating Voltage for battery cell (2V)

Setting the boost Voltage for battery cell (2V)

EOD voltage for cell battery,@0.6C

EOD voltage for cell battery,@0.15C

Charge current (percentage of the rated current)

Coefficient for battery temperature compensation

Setting boost charging time

Setting the auto boost period

Setting the period for auto maintenance discharge

Setting the system mode: Single ,parallel, Single ECO, parallel ECO,LBS, parallel LBS

For the factory use

For the factory use

Table 18. Description of each submenu of Setting

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7.5.4. Log

Touch the icon , (At the bottom of the screen), and the system enters the interface of the Log, as it is shown in

Fig.47. The log is listed in reverse chronological order, which displays the events ,warnings and faults information and the time they occur and disappear.

5

6

7

8

9

10

1

2

3

4

0

0

0

4

0

4

0

4

0

0

Load On UPS-Set

Module Inserted-Set

Byp Freq Over Track-Set

Load On Bypass-Set

Bypass Volt Abnormal-Set

Load On Bypass-Set

No Load-Set

Load On Bypass-Set

Byp Freq Over Track-Set

Module-Exit-Set

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Fig. 47. Log menu

2014 2 14

2014 2 14

2014 2 14

2014 2 14

2014 2 14

2014 2 14

2014 2

2014 2

2014 2 14

2014 2 14

14

14

16 26 1

16 24 27

16 22 31

16 21 33

16 21 33

16 19 41

16 18 45

16 18 45

16 18 45

16 26 1

Every incident recorded in the table includes the sequence number, the content of the incident and the time when it occurs, as is marked in the red box.

Sequence number

The serial number for the incident.

Content of the incident

Display the information of events, warnings and faults. (0# means the event happens to the cabinet, n# means the information is sent by the nth power module.)

Time for the Event

The time the incident occurs.

Total Log Items

Display the total number of incidents. The system can record

895 incidents. If the number exceeds 895, the system will delete the earliest incidents.

Turn the list page up/down to check the information of the incidents.

The Table 19 below displays all the incidents and gives a brief explanation.

Sq.

1

2

3

4

LCD Display

Load On UPS-Set

Load On Bypass-Set

No Load-Set

Explanation

Load On UPS

Load On Bypass

No Load (Output Power Lost)

5

Battery Boost-Set

Battery Float-Set

Charger is Boosting Battery

Voltage

Charger is Floating Battery

Voltage

Battery is Discharging

6

7

Battery Discharge-Set

Battery Connected-Set Battery cables Connected

8

Battery Not Connected-Set Battery cables Disconnected.

9

Maintenance CB Closed-Set Maintenance CB is Closed

10

Maintenance CB Open-Set

11

EPO-Set

12

Module On Less-Set

Maintenance CB is Open

Emergency Power Off

Valid Inverter capacity is less then the load capacity

13

14

Module On Less-Clear

Generator Input-Set

Incident above disappears

Generator as the Ac Input

Source

Incident above disappears

15

16

Generator Input-Clear

Utility Abnormal-Set Utility (Grid) Abnormal

17

Utility Abnormal-Clear Incident above disappears

18

Bypass Sequence Error-Set Bypass voltage Sequence is reverse

19

Bypass Sequence Error-

Clear

Incident above disappears

20

Bypass Volt Abnormal-Set Bypass Voltage Abnormal

21

Bypass Volt Abnormal-Clear Incident above disappears

22

Bypass Module Fail-Set

23

Bypass Module Fail-Clear

24

25

Bypass Overload-Set

Bypass Overload-Clear

Bypass Module Fail

Incident above disappears

Bypass Over load

Incident above disappears

26

Bypass Overload Tout-Set Bypass Over Load Timeout

27

Byp Overload Tout-Clear Incident above disappears

28

Byp Freq Over Track-Set Bypass Frequency Over Track

Range

29

Byp Freq Over Track-Clear Incident above disappears

30

Exceed Tx Times Lmt-Set Transfer times (from inverter to bypass) in 1 hour exceed the limit.

31

Exceed Tx Times Lmt-Clear Incident above disappears

34

35

36

32

Output Short Circuit-Set

33

Output Short Circuit-Clear

Battery EOD-Set

Battery EOD-Clear

Battery Test-Set

37

38

Battery Test OK-Set

Battery Test Fail-Set

Output shorted Circuit

Incident above disappears

Battery End Of Discharge

Incident above disappears

Battery Test Starts

Battery Test OK

Battery Test fails

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Sq.

LCD Display Explanation

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Battery Maintenance-Set Battery Maintenance Starts

40

Batt Maintenance OK-Set Battery maintenance succeeds

41

42

Batt Maintenance Fail-Set

Module Inserted-Set

Battery maintenance fails

N# Power Module joins the system

43

Module Exit-Set N# Power Module quits the system.

44

Rectifier Fail-Set N# Power Module Rectifier

Fails

45

46

Rectifier Fail-Clear

Inverter Fail-Set

47

Inverter Fail-Clear

48

Rectifier Over Temp.-Set

Incident above disappears

N# Power Module Inverter Fail

Incident above disappears

49

Rectifier Over Temp.-Clear Incident above disappears

50

Fan Fail-Set N# Power Module Fan Fail

51

52

Fan Fail-Clear

Output Overload-Set

N# Power Module Rectifier

Over Temperature

Incident above disappears

N# Power Module Output Over

Load

53

Output Overload-Clear Incident above disappears

54

Inverter Overload Tout-Set N# Power Module Inverter

Over Load Timeout

55

56

INV Overload Tout-Clear

Inverter Over Temp.-Set

Incident above disappears

N# Power Module Inverter

Over Temperature

57

Inverter Over Temp.-Clear

58

59

On UPS Inhibited-Clear Incident above disappears

60

Manual Transfer Byp-Set Transfer to bypass manually

61

62

On UPS Inhibited-Set

Manual Transfer Byp-Set

Esc Manual Bypass-Set

Incident above disappears

Inhibit system transfer from bypass to UPS (inverter)

Cancel to bypass manually

Escape transfer to bypass manually command

63

64

65

Battery Volt Low-Set

Battery Volt Low-Clear

Battery Voltage Low

Incident above disappears

66

67

Battery Reverse-Set

Battery Reverse-Clear

Inverter Protect-Set

Battery pole (positive and negative are reverse)

Incident above disappears

N# Power Module Inverter

Protect ( Inverter Voltage

Abnormal or Power Back feed to DC Bus)

68

69

70

71

72

Inverter Protect-Clear

Input Neutral Lost-Set

Bypass Fan Fail-Set

Bypass Fan Fail-Clear

Incident above disappears

Input Grid Neutral Lost

Bypass Module Fan Fail

Incident above disappears

Manual Shutdown-Set N# Power Module Manually

Shutdown

73

Manual Boost Charge-Set Manually Battery Boost

Charge

74

Manual Float Charge-Set Manually Battery Float Charge

Sq.

LCD Display Explanation

75

76

UPS Locked-Set

Parallel Cable Error-Set

Inhibit to shut down the UPS

Parallel cable in error

77

Parallel Cable Error-Clear

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Lost N+X Redundant Lost N+X Redundant

79

N+X Redundant Lost-Clear Incident above disappears

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EOD Sys Inhibited

Incident above disappears

System is inhibited to supply after the battery is EOD (end of discharging)

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82

Power Share Fail-Set

Power Share Fail-Clear

Power share is not in balance

Incident above disappears

83

Input Volt Detect Fail-Set Input Voltage is abnormal

84

Input Volt Detect Fail-Clear Incident above disappears

87

88

89

85

Battery Volt Detect Fail-Set Battery Voltage is abnormal

86

Batt Volt Detect Fail-Clear Incident above disappears

Output Volt Fail-Set Output Voltage is abnormal

Output Volt Fail-Clear

Outlet Temp. Error-Set

Incident above disappears

Outlet Temperature is abnormal

90

Outlet Temp. Error-Clear Incident above disappears

91

Input Curr Unbalance-Set Input current is not balance

92

Input Curr Unbalance-Clear Incident above disappears

93

DC Bus Over Volt-Set DC bus over Voltage

Incident above disappears

94

DC Bus Over Volt-Clear

95

REC Soft Start Fail-Set

96

REC Soft Start Fail-Clear

Rectifier soft start fails

Incident above disappears

97

Relay Connect Fail-Set

98

Relay Connect Fail-Clear

99

Relay Short Circuit-Set

100

Relay Short Circuit-Clear

Relay in open circuit

Incident above disappears

Relay shorted

Incident above disappears

101

No Inlet Temp. Sensor-Set The inlet temperature sensor is not connected or abnormal

102

No Inlet Temp Sensor-Clear Incident above disappears

103

No Outlet Temp. Sensor-Set The Outlet temperature sensor is not connected or abnormal

104

No Outlet TmpSensor-Clear Incident above disappears

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106

Inlet Over Temp.-Set

Inlet Over Temp.-Clear

Inlet over temperature

Incident above disappears

Table 19. List for incidents

Note:

Different colors of the words represent different level of incidents: (a)Green, an event occurs: (b)Grey, the event occurs then clears: (c)Yellow, warning occurs: (d) Red, faults happen.

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7.5.5. Operate

Touch the icon , (At the bottom of the screen), and the system enters the page of the Operate, as it is shown in

Fig.48.

Fig. 48. Operate menu

The Operate menu includes function button and test command.

The contents are described in details below.

FUNTION BUTTON

Clear/Restore Buzzing

Clear or Restore buzzing of the system by touching the icon

Fault Clear

or .

Clear the faults by touching the icon .

Transfer to \ESC Bypass

Transfer to or ESC bypass mode by touching the icon

or .

Transfer to Inverter

Transfer the bypass mode to Inverter Mode by touching the icon .

Enable Module “OFF” Button

Enable the switch for powering off the Power Module by touching the icon .

Reset Battery History Data

Reset the battery history data by touching the icon

, the history data includes the times of discharge, days for running and hours of discharging.

Reset Dust filter Using Time

Reset the time of dust filter using by touching the icon nance period.

, it includes the days of using and mainte-

TEST COMMAND

Battery Test

By touching the icon , the system transfer to the Battery mode to test the condition of the battery. Ensure the bypass is working normally and the capacity of the battery is no less than 25%.

Battery Maintenance

By touching the icon , the system transfers to the Battery mode. This function is used for maintaining the battery, which requires the normality of the bypass and minimum capacity of 25% for the battery.

Battery Boost

By touching the icon charging.

Battery Float

, the system starts boost

By touching the icon float charging.

Stop Test

, the system starts

By touching the icon tery test or battery maintenance.

7.5.6. Scope

, the system stops bat-

Touch the icon , (At the bottom right of the screen), and the system enters the page of the Operate, as it is shown in Fig.49.

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220.2

220.0

220.1

Fig. 49. Scope Menu

Users can view the waves for output voltage, output current and bypass voltage by touching the corresponding icon in the left side of the interface.The waves can be zoomed in and zoom out.

Touch the icon to display the 3 phase output voltage.

Touch the icon to display the 3 phase output current.

Touch the icon to display the 3 phase bypass voltage.

Touch the icon to zoom in the wave.

Touch the icon to zoom out wave.

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8. OPERATIONS

8.1. UPS START-UP

8.1.1. Start from Normal Mode

The UPS must be started up by commissioning engineer after the completeness of installation. The steps below must be followed:

1.

Ensure all the external circuit breakers are open.

2.

Close the input external circuit breakers and the system starts initializing. If the system has dual inputs close both of the breakers.

3.

The LCD in front of the cabinet is lit up. The system enters the home page, as shown in Fig. 36.

4.

Notice the energy bar in the home page, and pay attention to the LED indicators. The rectifier flashes indicating the rectifier is starting up. The LED indicators are listed below in Table 20.

Indicator

Rectifier

Battery

Bypass

Status

green flashing red off

Indicator

Inverter

Load

Status

Status

off off red

Table 20. Rectifier starting up

5.

After 30S, the rectifier indicator goes steady green, presenting the finishing of rectification and bypass static switch closes then the inverter is starting up. The LED indicators are listed below in Table. 21.

Indicator

Rectifier

Battery

Bypass

Status

green red green

Indicator

Inverter

Load

Status

Status

green flashing green red

Table 21. Inverter starting up

6.

The UPS transfers from the bypass to inverter after the inverter goes normal. The LED indicators are listed below in

Table 22.

Indicator

Rectifier

Battery

Bypass

Status

green red off

Indicator

Inverter

Load

Status

Status

green green red

Table 22. Supplying the load

7.

The UPS is in Normal Mode. Close the battery circuit breakers and the UPS starts charging the battery. The LED indicators are listed below in Table 23.

Indicator

Rectifier

Battery

Bypass

Status

green green off

Indicator

Inverter

Load

Status

Status

green green green

Table 23. Normal mode

8.

Close the output circuit breaker for the load and it finishes the starting up for the UPS.

Note:

When the system starts, the stored setting will be loaded.

Users can browse all incidents during the process of the starting up by checking the menu Log.

Information of each power module can be viewed by the keys in the front of it.

8.1.2. Start from Battery Mode

The start for battery model is referring to battery cold start. The steps for the start-up are as follows:

1.

Confirm the battery is correctly connected; close the external battery circuit breakers.

2.

Press the red button for the battery cold start (See Fig. 50).

The system is than powered by the battery.

1

2

1- Manual Bypass

2- Battery Cold Start

Fig. 50. The position of the battery cold start button.

3.

After that, the system is starting up following steps 3 in section 8.1.1 and the system transfers to battery mode in

30S.

4.

Close the external output power supply isolation to supply the load, and the system is working on battery model.

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8.2. PROCEDURE FOR SWITCHING BETWEEN

OPERATION MODES

8.2.1. Switching the UPS into Battery Mode from Normal

Mode

The UPS transfers to Battery model immediately after input circuit breaker disconnects from the Utility.

8.2.2. Switching the UPS into Bypass Mode from Normal

Mode

Two ways to transfer the UPS into Bypass mode from Normal mode; (a) Enter the menu Operate, touch the icon “transfer to bypass” and the system transfers to bypass mode

;( b) Press and hold the BYP key on the operator control panel for longer than two seconds and the system transfers to bypass mode. This needs to enable the switch behind the front door.

See Fig. 51.

Warning:

Zoom in A area:

Fig. 51. Enable the switch

Ensure the bypass is working normally before transferring to bypass mode. Or it may cause failure.

8.2.3. Switching the UPS into Normal Mode from Bypass

Mode

Two ways to transfer the UPS into Normal mode from Bypass

Mode: (a) Enter the menu Operate, touch the icon transfer to inverter and the system transfers to bypass mode

(b) Press and hold the INV key on the operator control panel for longer than two seconds and the system transfers to Normal mode.

Note:

Normally, the system will transfer to the Normal mode automatically. This function is used when the frequency of the bypass is over track and when the system needs to transfer to

Normal mode by manual.

8.2.4. Switching the UPS into Maintenance Bypass Mode from Normal Mode

These following procedures can transfer the load from the UPS inverter output to the maintenance bypass supply, which is used for maintaining the bypass module.

1.

Transfer the UPS into Bypass mode following section 8.2.2.

2.

Open the battery breaker and close the maintenance bypass. And the load is powered through maintenance bypass and static bypass.

3.

Pull out the bypass module and the load is powered through maintenance bypass.

Warning:

Before making this operation, read messages on LCD display to be sure that bypass supply is regular and the inverter is synchronous with it, so as not to risk a short interruption in powering the load.

Danger:

If you need to maintain the power module, wait for 10 minutes to let the DC bus capacitor fully discharge before removing the cover.

8.2.5. Switching the UPS into Normal Mode from

Maintenance Bypass Mode

These following procedures can transfer the load from the

Maintenance Bypass mode to inverter output.

1.

The bypass turns on 30S after the LED touch screen goes on, the bypass indicator goes green and the load is powered through maintenance bypass and static bypass.

2.

Turn off the maintenance bypass switch and the load is powered through bypass. The rectifier starts followed by the inverter.

3.

After 60S, the system transfers to Normal mode.

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8.3. BATTERY MAINTENANCE

If the battery is not in use for a long time, it is necessary to test the condition of the battery. Two methods are provided:

1.

Discharging by manual. Enter the menu Operate, as is shown in Fig.52 and touch the icon “Battery maintenance”

, the system transfers into the Battery mode for discharging. The system will stop charging when the battery is 20% in capacity or in low voltage. Users can stop the discharging by touching the “Stop Test” icon .

Fig. 52. Battery maintenance

2.

Auto discharging. The system can maintenance the battery automatically when the setting is done. The setting procedures are as follows.

(a) Enable battery auto discharge. Enter the “CONFIGURE” page of the menu Setting, tick the “Battery Auto Discharge” and confirm (This needs to be done by factory).

(b) Setting period for battery auto discharge. Enter the

“BATTERY “page of the Setting (See Fig.54), Set the period time in the item “Auto Maintenance Discharge Period” and confirm.

6480

Fig. 53. Setting period for battery auto discharge

Warning:

The load for the auto maintenance discharge should be 20%-

100%, if not, the system will not start the process automatically.

8.4. EPO

The EPO button located in the operator control and display panel (with cover to avoid disoperation, see Fig.55) is designed to switch off the UPS in emergency conditions (e.g., fire, flood, etc.).To achieve this, just press the EPO button, and the system will turn off the rectifier, inverter and stop powering the load immediately (including the inverter and bypass output), and the battery stops charging or discharging.

If the input utility is present, the UPS control circuit will remain active; however, the output will be turned off. To completely isolate the UPS, users need to open the external mains input supply to the UPS

Warning:

When the EPO is triggered, the load is not powered by the UPS.

Be careful to use the EPO function.

1

1- EPO BUTTON

Fig. 54. EPO

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8.5. INSTALLATION OF PARALLEL OPERATION SYSTEM

The system can have three UPS cabinets in parallel, which can extend to a capacity of total 900KVA.

Two UPS cabinets are connected as is shown in Fig. 55.

Power Supply

UPS1 UPS2

Output Power Supply

Load Connected

Fig. 55. Parallel diagram

The parallel board is located at the back of the UPS cabinet, whose name is PS1203-TF4 as is shown in Fig. 56.

Zoom A AREA

Parallel board

PS1203-TF4

Fig. 56. Location of the Parallel board

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Fig. 57.

Fig. 57. Parallel connection

For more details of parallel operation, please refer to the “Instruction for Parallel Operation of Modular UPS”.

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9. MAINTENANCE

This chapter introduces UPS maintenance, including the maintenance instructions of power module and monitoring bypass module and the replacement method of dust filter.

9.1. PRECAUTIONS

Only maintaining engineers can maintain the power module and monitoring bypass module.

1.

The power module should be disassembled from top to bottom, so as to prevent any inclination from high gravity centre of the cabinet.

2.

To ensure the safety before maintaining power module and bypass module, use a multimeter to measure the voltage between operating parts and the earth to ensure the voltage is lower than hazardous voltage.

3.

Bypass module is not recommended to hot swap; only when

UPS is in Maintenance Bypass Mode or UPS is completely powered off, the bypass module can be disassembled.

4.

Wait 10 minutes before opening the cover of the power module or the bypass after pulling out from the Cabinet.

9.2. INSTRUCTION FOR MAINTAINING POWER MODULE

Confirm the UPS is operating in Normal Mode and the bypass is working normally before pulling out the power module needed to be repaired.

1.

Ensure the remaining power module will not be overloaded.

2.

Power off the module.1)Enable.LCD panel -> Menu Operate

-> Enable Module “OFF” Key ; 2)

Press the “OFF” key for 3 seconds, the power module quits from the system.

3.

Remove the mounting screw on the two front sides of the power module (See Fig.20) and pull out the module by two persons.

4.

Wait 10 mins before opening the cover for repairing.

5.

After the repairing is done, push the power module into the cabinet following the steps in section 6.2 and the power module will automatically join the system.

9.3. INSTRUCTION FOR MAINTAINING BYPASS MODULE

Confirm the UPS is operating in Normal mode and the bypass is working normally before pulling out the bypassing module needed to be repaired. Follow the steps below to maintain the bypass module.

1.

Transfer the system to bypass mode through the LCD control panel (see section 7.6.5).

2.

Close maintenance bypass switch, the UPS power will be supplied by maintenance bypass.

3.

Remove the mounting screw on the two front sides of the bypass module (See Fig. 20) and the front signal cable connects to the bypass module.

4.

Pull out the bypass module and the LCD touch screen goes off.

5.

Wait 10 mins before opening the cover for repairing.

6.

After the repairing is done, push the bypass module into the cabinet following the steps in section 6.2 and the LED touch screen goes on.

7.

The bypass turns on 30S after the LED touch screen goes on and the bypass indicator goes green and the load is powered through maintenance bypass and static bypass.

8.

Turn off the maintenance bypass switch and the load is powered through bypass. The rectifier starts followed by the inverter.

9.

After 60S, the system transfers to Normal mode.

9.4. REPLACING DUST FILTER (OPTIONAL)

As shown in Fig. 58, there are 3~4 dust filters on the back of

UPS’ front door, each filter is held in place by a bracket on either side of each filter. The procedure of replacing each filter is as follows:

1.

Open the front door and locate the filters on the back side of the front door.

2.

Remove one bracket.

3.

Remove the dust filter to be replaced and insert the clean one.

4.

Reinstall the bracket.

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2

1- Dust filter

2- Bracket

Fig. 58. Dust filter on the back side of front door

1

防尘网

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10. . PRODUCT SPECIFICATION

10.1. APPLICABLE STANDARDS

Item

General safety requirements for UPS used in operator access areas

Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) requirements for UPS

Method of specifying the performance and test requirements of UPS

Table 24. Compliance with European and International

Standards

10.2. ENVIRONMENTAL CHARACTERISTICS

Item

Acoustic noise level

at 1 meter

Altitude of Operation

Relative Humidity

Operating Temperature

UPS Storage Temperature

Table 25. Environmental Characteristics

Unit

dB dB m

%

Celsius

Celsius

10.3. MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTIC

Item

Mechanical Dimension

W×D×H

Weight

Color

Protection Level (IEC60529)

Unit

mm kg

N/A

N/A

Table 26. Mechanical Characteristics for Cabinet

Item

Mechanical Dimension, W×D×H

Weight

Table 27. Mechanical Characteristics for Power Module

Unit

mm kg

Normative reference

EN-IEC62040-1-1/AS 62040-1-1

EN-IEC62040-2/AS 62040-2 (C3)

EN-IEC62040-3/AS 62040-3 (VFI SS 111)

Requirements

65dB @ 100% carga, 62dB @ 45% carga

65dB @ 100% load, 62dB @ 45% load

≤1000,load derated 1% per 100m from 1000m and 2000m

0-95,non condensing

0-40,Battery life is halved for every 10°C increase above 20°C

-40-70

150/30

600*1100*2000

220

Black

IP20

300/30

Parameter

460×790×134

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10.4. ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS

10.4.1. Electrical Characteristics (Input Rectifier)

Item

Grid System

Rated AC Input Voltage

Rated Frequency

Input voltage range

Input Frequency range

Input Power factor

THDI

Hz

PF

THDI%

Unit

\

Vac

Vac

Vac

Table 28. Rectifier AC input Mains

10.4.2. Electrical Characteristics (Intermediate DC Link)

ÍTEM

Battery bus voltage

Quantity of lead-acid cells

Float charge voltage

UNIDADES

Vdc

V/cell (VRLA)

Temperature compensation

Ripple voltage

Ripple current

Equalized charge voltage

Final discharging voltage

mV/Celsius/cl

%

%

VRLA

V/cell(VRLA)

Battery Charge

V/ cell

Battery Charging Power Max Current

Table 29. Battery kW

Parameter

3 Phases + Neutral + Ground

380/400/415(three-phase and sharing neutral with the bypass input)

50/60Hz

304~478Vac (Line-Line),full load

228V~304Vac (Line-Line),load decrease linearly according to the min phase voltage

40~70

>0.99

<3% (full Linear Load)

PARÁMETROS

±192V (to 32 batteries).. ±264V (to 44 batteries)

32.. 44 (for the batteries of the 12V), 192.. 264 (for the batteries of the 2V)

2.25V/cell(selectable from 2.2V/cell-2.35V/cell)

Constant current and constant voltage charge mode

-3.0(selectable:0~5.0)

≤1

≤5

2.4V/cell(selectable from : 2.30V/cell~2.45V/cell)

Constant current and constant voltage charge mode

1.65V/cell(selectable from: 1.60V/cell~1.750V/cell) @0.6C discharge current

1.75V/cell (selectable from: 1.65V/cell~1.8V/cell) @0.15C discharge current

(EOD voltage changes linearly within the set range according to discharge current)

2.4V/cell(selectable from : 2.3V/cell~2.45V/cell)

Constant current and constant voltage charge mode

10%* UPS capacity (selectable from : 0~20% * UPS capacity)

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10.4.3. Electrical Characteristics (Inverter Output)

Item

Rated capacity

Rated AC voltage

Rated Frequency

Frequency Regulation

Voltage precision overload

Unit

kVA

Vac

Synchronized Range

Synchronized Slew Rate

Output Power Factor

Transient Response

Transient recovery

Output Voltage THDu

Table 30. Inverter Output (To critical load)

Hz

Hz

PF

%

10.4.4. Electrical Characteristics (Bypass Mains Input)

ÍTEM

Rated AC voltage

Unit

Vac

Rated AC Current

Overload

A

%

%

\

Hz

Hz

Value

30~300

380/400/415 (Line-Line)

50/60

50/60Hz±0.1%

±1.5(0~100% linear load)

110%, 60min;

125%,10min;

150%,1min;

>150%,200ms

Settable, ±0.5Hz ~ ±5Hz, default ±3Hz

Settable, 0.5Hz/S ~ 3Hz/S, default 0.5Hz/S

0.9

<5% for step load (20% - 80% -20%)

< 30ms for step load (0% - 100% -0%)

<1% from 0% to 100% linear load

<6% full non-linear load according to IEC/EN62040-3

Current rating of neutral cable

Rated frequency

Switch time (between bypass and inverter)

Bypass voltage range

Bypass frequency range

Synchronized Range

Table 31. Bypass Mains Input

A

Hz ms

%\

%Hz

Hz

Value

380/400/415

(three-phase four-wire and sharing neutral with the bypass)

455

110% Long term operation

110%~125% for 5min

125%~150% for 1min

150%~400% for 1s

>400% ,less than 200ms

1.7×In

50/60

Synchronized transfer: 0ms

Settable, default -20%~+15%

Up limited: +10%, +15%, +20%, +25%

Down limited: -10%, -15%, -20%, -30%, -40%

Settable, ±1Hz, ±3Hz, ±5Hz

Settable ±0.5Hz~±5Hz, default ±3Hz

10.5. EFFICIENCY

Item

Normal mode(dual conversion)

Unit

%

Value

>95

ECO Mode

% 99

Battery discharging efficiency (battery at nominal voltage 480Vdc and full-rated linear load) battery mode

% >95

Table 32. Efficiency

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10.6. DISPLAY AND INTERFACE

Item

Display

Interface

Table 33. Display and Interface

Value

LED + LCD +Color touch screen

Standard:RS232, RS485, USB, Dry Contact

Option: SNMP,AS/400

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