CYB-2770 CyberwaveUPS (Page 1) - United Engineering Company
CyberWave UPS, the world’s first digitally controlled UPS for
custom industrial applications, combines Cyberex’s hallmark
rugged electrical design with the versatility of digital signal
processors, field-programmable gate arrays and EPROM’s to
set a new standard in UPS performance and reliability.
CyberWave UPS has standard features no other UPS manufacturer
can match, including modbus Communications and advanced
battery management capabilities and the world’s first VGA, fullcolor touch-screen 8"x11" control panel (PowerPad). In addition,
every CyberWave UPS incorporates Cyberex’s patented Digital
Static Transfer Switch design for increased system redundancy
and reliability.
Hardware Configuration Summary
INPUT
BATTERY
INVERTER
BYPASS
SYSTEM
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RECTIFIER
M1
x
x
o
x
x
x
x
o
x
x
x
x
M2
x
x
o
x
x
x
x
o
x
x
x
x
M3
x
x
o
x
x
x
x
o
x
x
x
x
x = Standard Feature
Normal
Source
x
o = Optional Feature
Inverter
Charger
Output CB
Inverter
Input CB
Bypass Isolation
Transformer (Optional)*
x
x
o
x
x
x
x
o
o
x
x
x
Inverter
Output CB
Output Isolation
Transformer
Static Switch
Battery
Disconnect
Alternate
Source
x
o
o
Shaded Blocks = Not Available
Rectifier/
Charger
Input Isolation
Transformer
x
o
x
Bypass
Input CB
System
Output CB
To Load
Maintenance
Bypass
Switch
*When alternate line transformer is needed, Cyberex recommends an M2 or M3 configuration.
User Interface Configuration Summary
The fully-digital architecture of the CyberWave UPS
system allows the user to monitor key system parameters
and to digitally control system setpoints through the Power
Pad – an 8"x11" VGA full-color, touch screen front panel.
Three pre-configured information and control platforms are
available: Basic (PowerPad 1), Advanced (PowerPad 2) and
Comprehensive (PowerPad 3).
X - Standard Feature
O - Optional Feature
Metering
Metering Value
Rectifier
Input Voltage (A, B, C)
Input Current (A, B, C)
Input Frequency
Output Voltage DC
Output Current DC
Voltage DC
Current DC
Temperature
Runtime
Time Remaining
Power
Cycles
Total Cycles
Test Cycles
Voltage RMS
Current RMS
Frequency
Inverter Input DC Bus Volts
Output Voltage RMS
Output Current RMS
Output Frequency
Output Real Power (Watts)
Output Apparent Power (VA)
% Loading
Crest Factor
UPS Peak Current
Power Factor
Input Voltage
Input Frequency
Number of Meters
Battery
PowerPad 1 (P1) – Basic
PowerPad 2 (P2) – Advanced
PowerPad 3 (P3) – Comprehensive
Standard System Setpoints & Controls
General
UPS Start
UPS Stop
Modbus Communications
Transfer to Bypass
Preferred/Alternate Control
Date,Time & Time Zone Set
Audible Alarm Enable/Disable
Audible Keys Enable/Disable
Default Screen Options
Password Protection
• User Level
• Service Level
• Fatory Level
Inverter
Output
Alt Line
Rectifier
Rectifier Output DC Voltage Window
Rectifier Output DC Voltage: High Alarm Setpoint
Rectifier Output DC Voltage: Low Alarm Setpoint
Rectifier Start-up Only
Battery
Battery Voltage Low Alarm Setpoint
Battery Test: Programmable/Manual (120VDC Only w/P3 software)
Battery Test: Interval Setpoint (120VDC Only w/P3 software)
Battery Test: Current Setpoint (120VDC Only w/P3 software)
Battery Test: Duration Setpoint (120VDC Only w/P3 software)
Battery Test: Start/Stop Control (Manual)(120VDC Only w/P3 software)
Battery Equalization Mode: Auto/Manual
Battery Equalization Start/Stop Control (Manual)
Battery Equalization Duration Setpoint
Inverter
Inverter Output Voltage Window
Inverter Output Voltage: High Alarm Setpoint
Inverter Output Voltage: Low Alarm Setpoint
Inverter Saturation Trip Restart: Enable/Disable
Return to Inverter: Enable/Disable
Auto Start: Enable/Disable
Transfer to Bypass on InverterFail: Enable/Disable
Synchronization Fail Transfer: Enable/Disable
STS Test Control
(1% Accuracy)
P1 P2 P3
x x
x x
x
x
x
x x
x x
o o
x
x
x
o
x
x
x
x
x
x
o
x
x
x
x
x
x
x x
x x
11 23
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
o
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
o
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
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CyberWave System Options
Cascaded Redundant Configuration
Split Redundant Configuration
Temperature Compensated Battery Charging
All Alarms latched
Special Paint Specifications
Conformal Coated PC Boards
Redundant Cooling for Cabinet Fans
Separate Maintenance Bypass Cabinet
DC Blocking Diode*
Breaker Position Indicator Package
Blown Fuse Indicator Package
Remote Alarm Panel
Additional Remote Alarm Contacts (4 Standard)
10% Input Filter
Seismic Bracing
Drip Shield
Vermin Shield
Bottom Cable Entry
SIS Wire
Wire Markers
*Battery Test Not Available with this Option
Version 1.3
User Interface Configuration Summary
Events/Alarms Parameter
Rectifier
DC Bus
Battery
Inverter
Rectifier Input Available
Rectifier Input Failure
On Rectifier
Rectifier OK
Rectifier Fail
RCB Communications Failure
Rectifier Equalize Mode
Rectifier Output Voltage High
Rectifier Output Voltage Low
Rectifier Output Current High
Rectifier Input Voltage High
Rectifier Input Voltage Low
Rectifier Input Frequency Low
Rectifier Input Frequency High
Rectifier Input CB Open
Rectifier Output Fuse Blown
Rectifier Output CB Open
DC Bus OK
DC Ground Fault
DC Bus High Voltage
DC Ground Fault Positive
DC Ground Fault Negative
DC Caps Due for Maintenance
DC Bus CB Open
DC Bus Fuse Blown
On Battery
Low Battery
Battery Equalize Initiated
Battery Equalize Aborted
Battery Equalize Complete
Battery Available (Disk Closed)
Battery Not Available (Disk Open)
Battery End Voltage
Battery Test
Battery Test Initiated
Battery Test Failed
Battery Test Terminated by User
Battery Test Incomplete
Battery Due for Maintenance
Battery Equalize in 30 minutes
Battery Equalize Terminated by User
Battery CB Shunt Trip
Battery Blown Fuse
Temp.Compensated BatteryCharging
Battery CB Open
Inverter OK
Inverter Failure
Inverter Overload
Inverter Current Limit
Inverter Sat Trip
Inverter Temperature OK
Inverter Overtemp
Inverter Output Voltage High
Inverter Output Voltage Low
Inverter Output Frequency High
Inverter Output Frequency Low
Inverter Input CB Open
Inverter Output CB Open
Inverter Input Fuse Blown
P1 P2 P3
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
o
o
o
x
o
o
o
x
x
o o
x
x
o
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x
x
x
x
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x
x
x
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o
o
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
o
o
o
o
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
o o
o o
o o
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
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x
x
x
o
o
o
x
x
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x
x
x
o
o
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
o
o
o
o
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
o
o
o
Events/Alarms Parameter
Bypass
Output
General
Other
Alt Line Available
Alt Line Fail
Sync Loss
STS on Inverter
Manual Transfer Enable
Alt Line CB Open
Load on Inverter
Load on Bypass
MBS in Normal Position
MBS in Bypass
MBS in Bypass Isolate
STS Active Short
STS Inactive Short
STS Open SCR
STS Receive Error
STS Timeout Error
STS on Alternate
Output Failure
Output to Ground Fault
STS Output CB Open
Emergency Power OFF
UPS Normal
System Reset
Overload Timer Started
Overload Timer Ended
EPROM Write Error
Lost Communication to Master
Summary Alarm
Summary Overtemp
Cabinet Overtemperature
Fan Failure
STS Power Supply Failure
System Logic Power Supply
Air Filter Needs Cleaning
Fans Due for Maintenance
Cascaded Redundent Configuration
Split Redundent Configuration
UPS Trouble
UPS Shutdown
Event Log
STS Test
Mimic Panel
X - Standard Feature
O - Optional Feature
P1 P2 P3
x
x
x
x
x
o
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
o
x
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x
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x
x
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x
x
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x
o
o
o
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
o
o
o
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x
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x
x
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x
o
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o
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o
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x
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x
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o
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x
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o
o
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x
x
PowerPad 1 (P1) – Basic
PowerPad 2 (P2) – Advanced
PowerPad 3 (P3) – Comprehensive
Version 1.3
CyberWave UPS Selection Guide
UPS Model
kVA
Input
Input Voltage
Number of Phases
Number of Wires
Input Frequency
Input Power Factor
Maximum Input Current @ 480V, 100% Load, 240 VDC
Input Breaker @ 480V
Bypass
Input Voltage
Nominal Bypass Current @ 120V
Maintenance Bypass Switch
Bypass Switch
DC Bus
Voltage
Battery Switch
Maximum Battery Current @ 240VDC , 100% Load
Maximum Rectifier/Charger Current @ 240VDC , 100% Load
Output
Output Voltage
Output Frequency
Number of Phases
Number of Wires
Output Isolation Switch/Breaker
UPS Output Current @ 120VAC, 100% Load
15 Minute Overload Current
@ 120VAC Unity PF, 150% KW Rating
Overload: Static Bypass (One Loop)
Inverter Efficiency
100% Load
75% Load
50% Load
25% Land
Full Load Heat Rejection (BTU/Hr)
General
Module Dimensions W"xD"x H"
Base Unit (M1)
Module Weights (lbs)
(M1)
CW-10
10
21A
35A
83A
51A
44A
CW-15
15
31A
50A
125A
76A
61A
CW-20
20
CW-25
25
CW-30
30
CW-40
40
CW-50
50
208, 480, or 600 Volts for 60 Hz Systems and 220/240, 380, or 415/440 Volts for 50 Hz Systems
3 Phases
Standard: 3 wire + Ground, Optional: 4 Wire + Ground
Standard: 60 Hz, Optional: 50Hz
0.75 pf at rated output and load
41A
51A
62A
82A
103A
60A
80A
90A
125A
150A
Same as Output of the UPS
167A
208A
250A
333A
Rotary 3 Position Switch
Standard for M2 & M3; Bypass Line Input Disconnect Switch,
102A
78A
127A
95A
Standard: 240 VDC, Optional: 120 VDC
Standard: Battery Disconnect Switch,
152A
203A
112A
146A
Standard: 120VAC for 60 Hz Output,
Standard: 60 Hz, Optional: 50 Hz
Single Phase
Standard: 2 Wire, Optional: 3 Wire
Standard in M2 & M3 Configurations
250A
333A
83A
125A
167A
208A
100A
1400%
150A
950%
200A
700%
250A
700%
300A
600%
417A
CW-60
60
CW-75
75
CW-112
112
124A
175A
154A
200A
231A
300A
500A
625A
933A
Optional for M2 & M3; Automatic Battery Disconnect Breaker
254A
180A
240 VDC Only
Optional: Automatic Battery Disconnect Breaker
263A
381A
569A
214A
265A
391A
Optional: 110/120 VDC for 50 Hz Output
417A
500A
625A
933A
400A
1600%
500A
1300%
600A
1050%
750A
850%
1120A
19320
24196
28918
38000
56000
4200
5600
7460
12050
88%
89%
88%
85%
14460
77x38x34
77x38x34
77x38x34
77x38x34
77x56x34
77x56x34
77x56x34
77x56x34
77x92x34
77x92x34
1600
1600
1600
1900
2590
2590
3200
3700
5400
5400
Standard Specifications
IGBT-Based PWM Inverter
Modbus Communications
Full Digital Controls with DSP’s
Full Isolation Input/Output Transformers
Full Color Touch Screen Monitor Panel
RS 232 Communications Port
Bidirectional Fully Rated Static Switch
Maintenance Bypass Switch
Fiber Optic Datapaths
Advanced Battery Monitoring & Management
AC Input Rating
Input Voltage
Frequency
Input Power Factor
Input Inrush Current
Current Walk-In Ramp
Surge Withstand
Transient Energy
Current Limit
Input Current THD
DC Bus Rating
DC Voltage
DC Regulation
DC Voltage Ripple
AC Output Rating
Inverter Power
Voltage
Voltage Adjustability
Voltage Regulation
Transient Response
Voltage Recovery
Voltage Distortion
Overload: Inverter
Overload: Static Bypass
Frequency
Frequency Stability
Frequency Slew Rate
Environmental Specifications
Accoustical Noise Level Less Than 60dBA at 3 Feet
Operating Temperature
0-40°C
Relative Humidity
0-95% Non-Condensing
Access
No Rear or Side Access Required
for Operations or Maintenance
Cooling
Forced Air; Optional Redundant
Fan Assemblies for Cabinet
Operating Altitude
Up to 1000 m at 40°C; Derate by 9%
for Every 1000m Altitude Increase
Nominal Voltage +10% and –20%
Nominal Frequency ± 5%
[email protected] Full Load and Nominal Input
400% of Nominal Input Current
Up To Full Load in 15 Seconds
Meets IEEE 587/ANSI C62.41
160 Joules (Max Ratings at 85° C,
10/1000msec & Combination Wave Tests)
125% of Rated 0.8pf Current
30% Typical, 10% with Optional Filters
Standard 240VDC, 120VDC Optional
±.25% from No Load to Full Load
<2% RMS Ripple @ Full Load,
without Battery Connected
SuperSource ™ Short-Circuit Protection
Cyberex SuperSource™ Short-Circuit Protection (optional) provides an additional internal
power source to the UPS controls which
allows the inverter to deliver 110% of its rated
current into a downstream bolted AC fault for
up to two minutes.
This optional module is recommended in
those cases when AC faults must be cleared
even if the alternate AC line has been lost.
SuperSource allows the inverter itself to clear
very large fault protection devices in the AC
distribution system.The module is powered
directly from the DC battery bus.
Dimensions (W"xH”)
– One Control Module, 16x6.25
Rated at 0.8 Power Factor
120V, 240V Optional (International Voltages Available)
± 5% of Nominal
<± .5% Steady State for 0-100% Load Change
<± 5% for a 100% Load Step
<± 1% for Loss or Return of AC Input Power
<± 5% for Manual Transfer to Bypass and Back @100% Load
Return to Within ± 2.5% of Nominal Value Within 16 Milliseconds (One Cycle)
Linear Loads: <3.5% at Full Load
Non Linear Loads (Crest Factor = 3:1): Max 5% at Full Load
Up to 150% of Rated Output Power for 15 Minutes at Min DC Bus and Input Voltage at 40°C
Up to 150% of Rated Output Power for 5 Minutes at 50°C
10 to 20kVA: 1193A RMS Symmetrical with XL/R=15 for One Loop
25 to 30kVA: 1491A RMS Symmetrical with XL/R=15 for One Loop
40 to 75kVA: 5321A RMS Symmetrical with XL/R=15 for One Loop
60Hz Nominal, 50Hz Optional
± .1% Free Running
1.0 Hz/Sec Maximum
Product Standards
In Accordance with NEMA and UL 1778/ETL Field Labeling Option
Year 2000 Compliant
CSA Compliant
©Copyrght 1999, Cyberex. CyberWave UPS and Cyberex are trademarks of Cyberex.
All other brand and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
Danaher Power Solutions
5900 Eastport Boulevard
Richmond,VA 23231-4453
Tel: 800-238-5000
Fax: 804-236-4841
www.cyberex.com
E-mail: [email protected]
Version 1.3 Bulletin 94-58-99004 (PDF/8.05) CYB-2770
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