Compact Power Line
PRODUCT OVERVIEW
Compact Power Line
48V DC Critical Power Solution
Benefits
• Compact 48V DC
distributed power system
Reliability
– Proven field performance
– Advanced alarming
• Efficiency approaching 97%
– N+1 modularity
• Maximum power in minimal space
Intelligence
• Scalable to 80 kW
– Industry leading controller features
• Powering enterprise and
telecommunications networks
– Ethernet interface for remote access
– Centralized network management
Investment Protection
1RU CPL Power System
– Minimal space requirements
– Versatile configurations
– Efficient operation
Overview
Rectifier Options
The Compact Power Line platform is designed
to provide highly reliable DC power for 48V
distributed power architectures. A single
shelf configuration provides up to 11kW of
48V output power in 1U high and mounts
in 19-inch or 23-inch wide frames. The CPL
product platform is easily expandable for
future growth. CPL is a reliable DC power
solution for mission-critical enterprise and
telecommunications network equipment.
CP2000 and CP2725 rectifiers are single
phase, constant power rectifiers that provide
2000 Watts and 2725 Watts (respectively) of
highly reliable DC power. The constant output
power characteristics, extended temperature
range, universal AC input, and compact size
are key attributes that make this rectifier the
right choice for your
power needs.
On Time Delivery
Pulsar Edge Controller
Total Efficiency
CPL features the Pulsar Edge controller
delivering large system intelligence in a small
system form factor. Ethernet connectivity
with SNMP facilitates remote network
management.
The GE Energy Total Efficiency™ (TE)
architecture reduces energy loss and lowers
cooling costs by 50-70%. TE products will
prioritize sustainable energy sources like solar,
wind, water and fuel cells over traditional
utility grid or diesel generator sources – and
they will intelligently respond to smart grid
information to reduce consumption during
peak demand periods. Active Rectifier
Management (ARM) and Battery Charging
Optimization (BCO) features increase efficiency
on current and legacy power infrastructures.
The Total Efficiency architecture addresses
issues end-to-end based on our proven
experience and expertise in batteries, power
distribution, DC energy systems, AC-DC
power supplies, and DC-DC board mounted
power to deliver a solution that is more safe,
reliable and energy efficient than competitive
alternatives.
Shelf Options
The CP product line provides several shelf
options with common or split DC output
configurations. J85480S1 shelves have four
slots for rectifiers or converters (PEMs). CPL
shelves are primarily used without a controller
or with a customer’s controller using I2C
communications. J2007001 shelves have
four slots with space for a full-feature Pulsar
Edge Controller. The Pulsar Edge controller
has Ethernet connectivity to facilitate remote
network management to monitor and control
rectifiers, batteries, and distribution. CPL
is ideal for a broad range of applications
requiring highly efficient 48V DC power.
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TECHN I CAL SP ECI FI CATI ON S – R ECTIFIER
CP2000 and CP2725 Total Efficiency™ Rectifiers
The CP2000 TEZ and CP2725 TEZ high efficiency rectifiers provide significantly improved
operational efficiency and are fully backwards compatible with currently deployed CPL energy
systems. These high-density front-to-back airflow rectifiers are designed for minimal space
utilization and are highly expandable for future growth.
The power module is available with many features including PoE isolation, RS485
communications bus for use with GE Energy battery-plant controllers in forming an energy
reserve system and redundant I2C communications bus for use with a customer’s controller. This
flexible and sophisticated feature set makes this front-end power supply an excellent choice for
power in a variety of application spaces.
Applications
• Enterprise networks
• Power over Ethernet
• SAN/NAS/iSCSI applications
• Indoor wireless
• Telecom equipment
• VoIP/soft switches
• LAN/WAN/MAN applications
• Routers and switches
• Compact 1RU form factor
• Front panel LED indicators
• CE marked
• PMBus compliant dual
I2C and RS485 serial bus
communications
• Internal variable-speed
fan control
• Programmable output voltage;
44 – 58 Vdc
• Universal AC input
• Hot pluggable
Key Features
• Constant power; 52 – 58 Vdc
• RoHS 6 compliant
• PoE compliant
Specifications
Input
CP2000 TEZ
CP2725 TEZ
Voltage Range
- Low-Line
- High-Line
90 - 185 Vac (1200W)
185 - 305 Vac (2000W)
Input Frequency
47 - 66 Hz
47 – 66 Hz
Input Current
8.3 Amps @ 110Vac
9.7 Amps @ 240Vac
11.2 Amps @ 110Vac
13.1 Amps @ 240Vac
Inrush Transient
30 Apk max
Measured at 25°C for all line conditions;
does not include X-capacitors charging.
30 Apk max
Measured at 25°C for all line conditions;
does not include X-capacitors charging.
Input Leakage Current
2.5 mA typical
3.5 mA max
Measured at 265 Vac, 60Hz
2.5 mA typical
3.5 mA max
Measured at 265 Vac, 60Hz
Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)
< 5%
< 5%
Power Factor
0.98 typical from 50% TO 100% load
0.98 typical from 50% TO 100% load
Holdup Time
25 ms
20 ms @ full power
30 ms (loads below 1200W)
Power Fail Warning
5 ms, Alarm issued via PFW signal going LO 5 ms prior to the
main ouput decaying below 40 Vdc.
5 ms, Alarm issued via PFW signal going LO 5 ms prior to the
main ouput decaying below 40 Vdc.
EMC Conducted
FCC and CISPR22
(EN55022) Class A
FCC and CISPR22
(EN55022) Class A
90 - 185 Vac (1200W)
185 - 305 Vac (2725W)
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Output
CP2000 TEZ
CP2725 TEZ
Voltage Default
54 Vdc
54 Vdc
Voltage Adjust Range
- Hardware set via margin pin
- I2C or RS485 set
44 – 58 Vdc
42 – 58 Vdc
Output Current
- Low-Line
- High-Line
25 Adc, 54V
37 Adc, 54V
38.4 Adc, 52V
Output Power
- Low-Line
- High-Line
1200 Watts
2000 Watts
Psophometric Noise
4 mVrms max
Ripple (5Hz to 20MHz)
- RMS
- Peak-to-Peak
150 mVrms
250 mVpk-pk
Overvoltage Protection
- Delayed
- Immediate
60 Vdc (200 ms delayed shutdown)
65 Vdc (Instantaneous shutdown above this point.)
Over Temperature
- Warning
- Shutdown
- Auto-recoverable
5°C
20°C Temperature hysteresis of approximately 10°C provided
between shutdown and restart.
Overload Current Limit
- Low Line
26 Adc Hi-Cap
Overload Current Limit
- High Line
39 Adc Hi-Cap
Overload Current Limit > 41.5Vo
- High Line
39.2 - 42.9 Adc Fold_down current limit (FL = 38.5A @ 52V)
Hiccup mode with a 10% duty cycle enabled below 39Vdc.
Latched mode current limit optional. Above 275V input the
voltage level at which current limit changes states is 45V.
There is a 30 second delay prior to shifting to the lower limit.
Overload System Power Up
Units should be able to be plugged in one at a time and
guarantee system start up. Units should stay in current limit
for approximately 20 seconds to guarantee restart.
Units should be able to be plugged in one at a time and
guarantee system start up. Units should stay in current limit
for approximately 20 seconds to guarantee restart.
Overall Regulation
-2% to +2% includes all variations due to specified load
range, drift, and environmental conditions.
-2% to +2% includes all variations due to specified load
range, drift, and environmental conditions.
Current Share
-5%FL to +5%FL compared to the average output current
delivered by a set of rectifiers. Loads > 50% FL
-5%FL to +5%FL compared to the average output current
delivered by a set of rectifiers. Loads > 50% FL
Proportional Current Share
<7%FL among rectifiers of different output capacities
<7%FL among rectifiers of different output capacities
External Bulk Load Capacitance
5,000μF max External capacitance can be increased but the
power supply will not meet its turn-ON rise time requirement
5,000μF max External capacitance can be increased but the
power supply will not meet its turn-ON rise time requirement
Turn-ON Delay
5 seconds
Monotonic Turn_ON from 30% to 100% of Vnom
above -5°C operation.
Monotonic Turn_On from 60% to 100% of Vnom
below -5°C operation.
5 seconds
Monotonic Turn_ON from 30% to 100% of Vnom
above -5°C operation.
Monotonic Turn_On from 60% to 100% of Vnom
below -5°C operation.
Turn-ON Rise Time
100 ms standard (PMBus)
8 s telecom (RS-485)
100 ms standard (PMBus)
8 s telecom (RS-485)
Turn-ON Overshoot
2%
2%
Load Step Response
ΔI/Δt slew rate 1A/μs
ΔI/Δt slew rate 1A/μs
Load Step Response ΔI
50%FL Setting time to within regulation requirements
50%FL Setting time to within regulation requirements
Load Step Response ΔV
2.0Vdc Minimum load of 2.5A required
2.0Vdc Minimum load of 2.5A required
Load Step Response Time
2 ms
2 ms
44 – 58 Vdc
42 – 58 Vdc
25 Adc, 54V
50.5 Adc, 54V
53.4 Adc, 52V
1200 Watts
2725 Watts
4 mVrms max
150 mVrms
250 mVpk-pk
60 Vdc (200 ms delayed shutdown)
65 Vdc (Instantaneous shutdown above this point.)
5°C
20°C
Temperature hysteresis of approximately 10°C provided
between shutdown and restart.
26 Adc Hi-Cap
53 Adc Hi-Cap
53-58 Adc Fold_down current limit (FL = 52.4A @ 52V) Hiccup
mode with a 10% duty cycle enabled below 39Vdc. Latched
mode current limit optional. Above 275V input the voltage
level at which current limit changes states is 45V. There is a
30 second delay prior to shifting to the lower limit.
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Auxiliary Output
CP2000 TEZ
CP2725 TEZ
Output Voltage Setpoint
5 Vdc
5 Vdc
Output Current
0.005A min
0.75A max
0.005A min
0.75A max
Overall Regulation
-10% to +5% within ±5% when load is < 0.5A.
-10% to +5% within ±5% when load is < 0.5A.
Ripple and Noise
50 mVpk-pk typical
100 mVpk-pk max
20 Mhz bandwidth
50 mVpk-pk typical
100 mVpk-pk max
20 Mhz bandwidth
Over-voltage Clamp
7 Vdc
7 Vdc
Over-current Limit
110 %FL min
175 %FL max
110 %FL min
175 %FL max
General
Cooling
Internal variable-speed fan cooled
Efficiency
96.5%
Heat Dissipation
42 W / 143 BTU @ 50% power
143 W / 487 BTU @ full power
30.9 W / 105 BTU @ 50% power
94.2 W / 321 BTU @ full power
Mechanical
Length (in./mm)
13.85 / 351.8
Width (in./mm)
4 / 101.6
Height (in./mm)
1.63 / 41.4
Weight (lb / kg)
5 / 2.27
Environmental
Operating Temperature
-40ºC1 to +75ºC (-40 to 167 °F)
2ºC max ambient derating per 1,000 ft elevation above 5,000 ft.
2% per ºC power derating above 55ºC.
Storage Temperature
-40°C to +85°C (-40 to 185 °F)
Power De-Rating
> +55°C (derates @ 2% per ° C)
Relative Humidity
95% max, non-condensing
Altitude
4,000m max (13,000 ft)
Audible Noise
55dBA, typical
Noise proportional to fan speed, load and ambient temperature.
1. Designed to start at an ambient as low as -40°C but may not meet operational limits until above -5°C.
2. Derating initiates @ 45°C for Vac greater than 285Vac
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Safety and Standards Compliance
Earthquake
Zone 4
Per Telcordia GR-63-CORE, all floors when installed in CPL shelf
Shock and Vibration
IPC9592 Sections 5.2.8-5.2.13
Harmonic Emissions
Per EN/IEC61000-3-2
Conducted Emissions
Exceeds FCC and CISPR22 (EN55022) Class A
Telcordia GR-1089-CORE - Class A by a 6dB margin
Conducted Immunity
Error free per EN/IEC 61000-4-6 Level 3 (10Vrms).
Radiated Immunity
Electrical Fast Transient Burst
Electrical Fast Transient Burst
EN/IEC 61000-4-4 Level 3 (2 kV, 5 kHz repetition rate)
Lightning Surge (Error Free)
EN/IEC61000-4-5 Level 4 (4 kV common mode, 2 kV differential mode).
Lightning Surge (Damage Free)
ANSI C62.41 Level A3 (6 kV common and differential mode)
Isolation Input - Chassis/Signals
1500 Vrms per EN60950
Isolation Input - Output
3000 Vrms (Consult factory)
Isolation Output - Chassis
500 Vdc per GE Energy standard GR_947
Reliability
900,000 hour MTBF (calculated) at 25°C ambient at full load per Telcordia SR-332, issue 2, Reliability Prediction for Electronic
Equipment, Method I Case III
Service Life
10 years at 25°C ambient, full load excluding fans
Safety
CE mark to Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC
UL 60950-1 Recognized
CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1-03 Certified
VDE 0805-1 Licensed to IEC60950-1
RoHS
Compliant to RoHS EU Directive 2002/95/EC
EMC
FCC and CISPR22 (EN 55022) Class A (6dB margin)
Radiated emissions compliance was met using a GE Energy shelf. This shelf includes output common and differential mode
capacitors that assist in meeting compliance.
ESD
EN/IEC 61000-4-2 Level 4 (8 kV contact discharge, 15 kV air discharge).
* UL is a registered trademark of Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.
† CSA is a registered trademark of Canadian Standards Association.
‡ VDE is a trademark of Verband Deutscher Elektrotechniker e.V.
§ This product is intended for integration into end-user equipment. All the required procedures for CE marking of end-user equipment should be followed. (The CE mark is placed on selected
products.)
** ISO is a registered trademark of the International Organization of Standards.
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Front Panel LEDs
Symbol
Analog Mode
I2C Mode
RS485 Mode
On: Input OK
Blinking: Input out of limits
On: Output OK
Blinking: Overload
On: Over-temperature warning
On: Over-temperature warning
Blinking: Service
On: Fault
On: Over-temperature warning
On: Output OK
Blinking: Overload
Dimensions
Outline Drawing
Status and Control
The rectifier provides three means for monitor/control: Analog, PMBus
compliant I2C, or RS485 for interfacing to GE Energy controllers or
battery plants.
Details of analog controls are provided in this data sheet under Signal
Definitions. GE Energy will provide separate application notes on the
PMBus compliant I2C or the RS485 protocol. Contact your local GE
Energy representative for details.
Input Signals
Margining: Set point of the rectifier can be changed via this input pin.
Programming can be either a voltage source or a resistance divider.
The margining pin is connected to 3.3Vdc via a 10kΩ resistor inside the
rectifier. See graphs below.
Hot Plug
When rapidly extracting and reinserting modules care should be taken
to allow for discharging the internal bias supply so that a predictable
restart could be achieved. To ensure that the circuit sufficiently
discharges, observe the spinning of the fan after an extraction. The unit
should not be reinserted until the fan stop spinning.
Control Definitions
All signals are referenced to Logic GRD unless otherwise noted. See
the Signal Definitions Table at the end of this document for further
description of all the signals.
An open circuit on this pin reverts the voltage level back to the factory
default setting.
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Module Present Signal: This signal has dual functionality. It can be
used to alert the system when a module is inserted. A 500Ω resistor is
present in series between this signal and Logic_GRD. An external pullup should not raise the voltage on the pin above 0.25Vdc. Above 1Vdc,
the write_protect feature of the EEPROM isenabled.
Output Signals
Protocol Select: Establishes the communications mode of the power
supply. No connect for analog/I2C. For RS485, connect 10kΩ pull-down
resistor to 54_OUT(-DC).
• Fan failure
Enable: On/Off control when PMBus communications are utilized as
configured by the Protocol pin. This pin must be pulled low to turn ON
the power supply. The power supply will turn OFF if either the Enable or
the ON/OFF pin is released. The Enable function does not exist for the
RS485 protocol. This signal is referenced to Logic_GRD.
• Over-voltage shutdown
ON/OFF: This is a short pin utilized for hot-plug applications to ensure
that the power supply turns OFF before the power pins are disengaged.
It also ensures that the power supply turns ON only after the power pins
have been engaged. Must be connected to Vout ( - ).
Alert #: PMBus interrupt signal.
Fault: This signal goes LO for any failure that requires rectifier
replacement. Some of these faults may be due to:
• Over-temperature condition
• Over-temperature shutdown
• Internal Rectifier Fault
Power Capacity: A HI on this pin indicates that the rectifier delivers
high power (2725W @ ≤240V, 2000W @ 277V) operation; a LO indicates
rectifier configured for 1200W operation.
Alarm Table
Monitoring Signals
(Referenced to Logic_GRD)
Power Supply LED State
AC OK
Green
Condition
DC OK
Green
Service
Amber
Fault
Red
Fault
OTW
PFW
Module
Present
OK
1
1
0
0
HI
HI
HI
LO
Thermal Alarm
(5C before shutdown)
1
1
1
0
HI
LO
HI
LO
Thermal Shutdown
1
0
1
1
LO
LO
LO
LO
Defective Fan
1
0
0
1
LO
HI
LO
LO
Blown AC Fuse in Unit
1
0
0
1
LO
HI
LO
LO
No AC <15mS (single unit)
0
1
0
0
HI
HI
LO3
LO
Blinks
0
0
0
HI
HI
LO
LO
AC not present1
0
0
0
0
HI
HI
LO
LO
Boost Stage Failure
1
0
0
1
LO
HI
LO
LO
Over Voltage Latched Shutdown
1
0
0
1
LO
HI
LO
LO
Over Current
1
Blinks
0
0
HI
HI
LO
LO
1
1
0
1
LO
HI
HI
AC Present but not within limits
Non-catastrophic Internal Failure
2
LO
HI4
1 Missing Module
Standby (remote)
1
0
0
0
HI
HI
LO
LO
Service Request (PMBus mode)
1
1
Blinks
0
HI
HI
HI
LO
Communications Fault
(RS485 mode)
1
1
0
Blinks
HI
HI
HI
LO
1
This signal is correct if the rectifier is back biased from other rectifiers in the shelf .
2
Any detectable fault condition that does not result in the power supply shutting down. For example, ORing FET failure, boost section out of regulation, etc.
3
Signal transition from HI to LO is output load dependent
4
Signal must be pulled HI external to the module
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A6
A1
P7
P1
Output Connector
Mating Connector: AMP 1450572-1
Signal Pins
A
Power Output
6
5
4
3
2
1
SCL_0
MOD_PRES
PFW
LOGIC_GRD
RS_485+
UNIT_ADDR
Power Input
P7
P8
P6
P4
P3
P2
P1
B
SCL_1
OTW
Alert#_0
Alert#_1
RS_485-
8V_INT
V_OUT
V_OUT
V_OUT
V_OUT
EARTH
LINE-2
LINE-1
C
SDA_0
Margin
Enable
Reset
Ishare
Protocol
(-)
(+)
(+)
(-)
(GND)
(Neutral)
(HOT)
D
SDA_1
Fault
5VA
Power_Cap
ON/OFF
SHELF_ADDR
Note: Connector is viewed from the rear positioned inside the rectifier
Last to make-first to break shortest pin
Signal pins columns 1 and 2 are referenced to V_OUT (–)
First make-last to break longest pin implemented in the mating connector
Signal pins columns 3 through 6 are referenced to Logic GRD
Signal Definitions
All hardware alarm signals (Fault, PFW, OTW, Power Capacity) are open drain FETs. These signals should be pulled HI to either 3.3V or 5V. Maximum
sink current 5mA. An active LO signal (< 0.4Vdc) state. All signals are referenced to Logic GRD unless otherwise stated. Contact your GE Energy
representative for more details.
Function
Label
Type
Description
Output Enable
Enable
Input
If shorted to LOGIC_GRD, the rectifier output is enabled when using I2C mode of operation. May also
be toggled to reset a latched OFF rectifier. Function not available in RS485 mode.
Power Fail Warning
PFW
Output
An open drain FET; normally HI, indicating output power is present. Changes to LO at least 5msec
before the output voltage decays below 40Vdc.
I2C Interrupt
Alert#_0
Output
Interrupt signal via I2C lines indicating that service is requested from the host controller. This signal
pin is pulled up to 3.3V via a 10kΩ resistor and switches to active LO when an interrupt occurs.
Alert#_1
Rectifier Fault
Fault
Output
Indicates that an internal fault exists. An open drain FET; normally HI, changes to LO.
Module Present
MOD_PRES
Output
Short pin, see Status and Control description for further information on this signal.
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
Input
Short pin, connects last and breaks first; used to activate and deactivate output during hot-insertion
and extraction, respectively. Ref: Vout ( - )
Protocol select
Protocol
Input
See Status and Control description for further information on this signal. Ref: Vout ( - ).
Margining
Margin
Input
Allows changing of output voltage through an analog voltage input or via resistor divider.
Over-Temperature Warning
OTW
Output
An open drain FET; normally HI, changes to LO approximately 5°C prior to thermal shutdown.
Power Capacity
POWER_CAP
Output
Open drain FET; Used to indicate rectifier operation mode; HI indicates 2725W operation and LO
indicates 1200W operation.
Rectifier address
Unit_addr
Input
Voltage level addressing of rectifiers within a single shelf. Ref: Vout ( - ).
Shelf Address
Shelf_addr
Input
Voltage level addressing of rectifiers within multiple shelves. Ref: Vout ( - ).
Back bias
8V_INT
Bi-direct
Diode OR’ed 8Vdc drain; used to back bias microprocessors and DSP of failed rectifier from
operating rectifiers. Ref: Vout ( - ).
Mux Reset
Reset
Input
Resets the I2C lines to I2C line 0.
Standby power
5VA
Output
5V at 0.75A provided for external use by either adjacent power supplies or the using system.
Current Share
Ishare
Bi-direct
A single wire interface between each of the power unit forces them to share the load current. Ref:
Vout ( - ).
I2C Line 0
SCL_0, SDA_0
Input
I2C line 0.
I2C Line 1
SCL_1, SDA_1
Input
I2C line 1.
I C Interrupt
Alert#
Output
Goes active LO
RS485 Line
RS_485+
RS_485-
Bi-direct
RS485 line.
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TECHN I CAL SP ECI FI CATI ON S – D C- D C CONVERT ER
CPL DC-DC Converter
The CPL DC to DC converter is specifically
designed to convert a wide range 48V input
voltage to a regulated 48V output voltage.
The high-density, front-to-back airflow power
entry module (PEM) is designed for minimal
space utilization and is highly expandable for
future growth.
The DC-DC converter is available with many
features including PoE isolation and dualredundant I2C communications bus for use
with a customer’s controller. This flexible and
sophisticated feature set makes this DC PEM
an excellent choice for power in a variety of
application spaces requiring modular DC-toDC bulk intermediate voltages.
Applications
• Enterprise networks
• Power over Ethernet
• SAN/NAS/iSCSI applications
• Indoor wireless
• Telecom equipment
• VoIP/soft switches
• LAN/WAN/MAN applications
• Routers and switches
• Compact 1RU form factor
• Front panel LED indicators
• CE marked
• PMBus compliant dual I2C
serial bus communications
• Internal variable-speed
fan control
• Input current < 60A @
40Vdc input
• Programmable output voltage;
44 – 58 Vdc
• Hot pluggable
Key Features
Input
• RoHS 5 compliant
Output
Operating Voltage
-40 to -72 Vdc
Maximum Output Power
2000 Watts
Output Voltage Setpoint
54 Vdc
60 Adc @ input voltage >40Vdc
Output Voltage Range
44 – 58 Vdc
Cold Start Inrush Current
60 Adc
Output Current
37A max @ 54Vdc
Low Input Shutdown of Main Output
-39 Vdc typical
Active Current Share
-5 – 5% FL (single wire connection)
Input Turn-On of Both Outputs
-43.5 Vdc typical
Passive Current Share
Reverse Input Voltage
Module not damaged
-15 – +15% FL (without single wire
connection)
Idling Power
- Output OFF
- Output ON
35W (5Vdc output @ no load)
60W (Both outputs @ no load)
Input Current
Holdup Time
8 ms (min Vin = 48Vdc, output @ ½
full load)
Ride Through
8 ms (min Vin = 48Vdc, output @ ½
full load)
Input Capacitance
25 µF max
General
Cooling
Internal variable-speed fan cooled
Efficiency
90% typical, 75 – 100% of full load
84% typical, loads > 25% of full load
Heat Dissipation
222W / 758 BTU
Ripple (5Hz to 20MHz)
- RMS
- Peak-to-Peak
250 mVrms
500 mVpk-pk
External Bulk Load Capacitance
5000 µF max
Turn-On
- Delay
- Rise Time
- Overshoot
5 s typical
500 ms typical
5% max
Restart Shutdown Delay
20 s typical
Overload
- Current Limit
- Shutdown
38.9 – 43 Adc
39 Adc max
Overvoltage
- Delayed
- Instantaneous
60 Vdc
65 Vdc
Over Temperature
- Warning
- Shutdown
5°C typical
20°C minimum
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Mechanical
Safety and Standards Compliance
Length (in./mm)
13.85 / 351.2
Width (in./mm)
4 / 101.6
Height (in./mm)
1.63 / 41.42
Weight (lb / kg)
4.6 / 2.1
Zone 4
Per Telcordia GR-63-CORE, all floors when installed in
CPL shelf
Safety
CE mark to Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC
UL 60950¬1-1 Recognized
CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 60950-¬1
VDE 0805-1 Licensed to IEC60950-1
Environmental
Operating Temperature
-40°C1 to +75°C (-40 to 167 °F)
Storage Temperature
-40°C to +85°C (-40 to 185 °F)
Power Derating
> +55°C (derates @ 1% per ° C)
Relative Humidity
95% max, non-condensing
Altitude
4,000m max (13,000 ft)
Audible Noise
55dBA, typical
RoHS
Compliant to RoHS EU Directive 2002/95/EC
EMC
FCC and CISPR22 (EN 55022) Class A
ESD
EN/IEC 61000-4-2
1. Designed to start at an ambient as low as -40°C but may not meet operational limits until
above -5°C.
Front Panel LEDs
Symbol
Analog Mode
I2C Mode
RS485 Mode
On: Input OK
Blinking: Input out of limits
On: Output OK
Blinking: Overload
On: Over-temperature warning
On: Over-temperature warning
Blinking: Service
On: Fault
Dimensions
Outline Drawing
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Pulsar Edge Controller
The CPL Pulsar Edge controller delivers large system intelligence in a small system form factor. This family of
controllers functions asa network interface controller (NIC) and as a full-featured battery plant controller to the
Compact Power Line (CPL) platform. Its thin modular plug-in form factor minimizes shelf space consumption
allowing maximum power module and distribution capabilities yet provides nearly all the features found in
controllers used in much larger power systems.
The Pulsar Edge CP841A controller is utilized in bulk power applications in data centers and enterprise
applications. Ethernet connectivity with SNMP facilitates remote network management access through its frontaccessible RS232 or USB port and is aided by the EasyView2 graphical user interface.
As a battery plant controller, it provides a complete set of features to monitor and control rectifiers, batteries,
and distribution. A flexible set of configurable inputs allow the CP841A to monitor a wide variety of system equipment and incorporate appropriate
state information enabling a centralized point of management.
The controller utilizes standard network management protocols allowing for advanced network supervision. GE Energy Galaxy Manager™ software
is the centralized visibility and control component of a comprehensive power management system designed to meet engineering, operations, and
maintenance needs. The Galaxy Manager client-server architecture enables remote access to system controllers across the power network.
Applications
• Enterprise Networks - Voice, Data, PoE
• Fiber in the loop
• Data networks
• Telecommunications networks
• Routers/switches
• PBX
Remote Access and Features
Standard System Features
Standard Battery Management Features
• Integrated 10/100Base-T Ethernet Network
- TCP/IP
- SNMP V2c for management
- SMTP for email
- Telnet for command line interface
- DHCP for plug-n-play
- FTP for rapid backup and upgrades
- HTTP for standard web pages and
browsers
- Compatible with Galaxy Manager
and other management packages
- Shielded RJ-45 interface referenced
to chassis ground
• Password protected security levels: User,
Super-User, Administrator for all access
• Ground-referenced RS232 system port
• ANSI T1.317 command-line interface
• Modem access support
- Remote via external modem
- Callback security
• EasyView2, Windows-based GUI software for
local terminal or
Modem access
• Monitor and control of more than 40
connected devices
- Maximum of 32 rectifiers
- Maximum of 6 distribution control cards
- Robust RS485 system bus
• Standard and user defined system alarms
- Alarm test
- Assignable alarm severity: Critical,
Major, Minor, Warning, and
Record-only
• Rectifier management features
- Automatic rectifier restart
- Active Rectifier Management
(energy efficiency)
- Remote rectifier (on/off)
- Reserve Operation
- Automatic rectifier sequence control
- N + X redundancy check
• Multiple Low Voltage Load and Low Voltage
Battery Disconnect thresholds (4)
• Configuration, statistics, and history
- All stored in non-volatile memory
- Remote/local backup and restore of
configuration data
• Industry standard defaults
- Customer specific configurations
available
• Remote/ local software upgrade
• Basic, busy hour, and trend statistics
• Detailed event history
• User defined events and derived channels
• Float/boost mode control
- Manual boost
- Manual timed boost locally, T1.317,
and remotely initiated
- Auto boost terminated by time
or current
• Battery discharge testing
- Manual (local/remote)
- Periodic
- Plant Battery Test (PBT) input driven
- Configurable threshold or
20% algorithm
- Graphical discharge data
- Rectifiers on-line during test
• Slope thermal compensation
- High temperature
- Low temperature
- Step temperature
- STC Enable/Disable, low temperature
Enable/Disable
- Configurable mV/°C slopes
• State of charge indication
• High temperature disconnect setting
• Reserve-time prediction
• Recharge current limit
• Emergency Power-Off input
• Transmission equipment
Key Features
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Integrated Monitoring Inputs/Outputs
Galaxy Manager Compatible
• System plant voltage (accuracy ±0.5%, resolution 0.01V)
• Centralized web server and database with multiple user access to live
or managed data with drill down to problem details
• One system shunt (accuracy ±1% full scale, resolution 1A)
- Battery or load
- Mounted in the return side of DC bus
• Up to 15 binary inputs
- Six inputs close/open to battery
- 9 input close/open to return (number is dependent upon
number of output alarms)
- User assignable
• Up to 5 user assignable Form-C output alarms (50VDC @ .3A)
• 1-Wire™ bus devices
- Up to 16 temperature probes (QS873)
- Up to 6 mid-string monitors (ES771)
General
• Monitor and control of more than 40 connected devices
• Management information from polling or alarms received from alarm
traps from multiple sites are available on one screen via the inter/
intranet
• Trend user selected data over time
• Automatic or manual report generation
• Standard engineering tools like reserve time calculators and cable
voltage drop analyzer
Agency Certifications
Operating Voltage
±24 Vdc, ±48 Vdc
(Range: ±18 to ±60 Vdc)
Radiated Emissions
FCC, Class B; EN 55022, Class B
Input Power
Less than 7W
Safety
UL Listed Component as Part of CPL or SPS Power
System
Operating Temperature Range
-40°C to +75 °C (-40 to 167 °F)
RoHS
Compliant to RoHS EU Directive 2002/95/EC
Storage Temperature Range
-40°C to +85°C (-40 to 185 °F)
EMC
FCC/EN55022 Class B, CISPR22 Level B
Operating Relative Humidity
0 - 95% (non-condensing)
ESD
EN 61000-4-2 level 4
Physical Specifications
1.75 in. H, 0.75 in. W, 8.00 in. D; 0.5lb
45mm H, 20mm W, 204mm D; 227g
Display
8-line by 40-character backlit LCD
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Ordering Information – Compact Power Line
48V DC Critical Power Solution
The Compact Power Line platform is designed to provide highly reliable
DC power for 48V distributed power architectures. A single shelf
configuration provides up to 11kW of 48V output power in 1U high and
mounts in 19-inch or 23-inch wide frames. The CPL product platform
is easily expandable for future growth. CPL is a reliable DC power
solution for mission-critical enterprise and telecommunications network
equipment.
The CPL product line provides several shelf options. J85480S1 shelves
have four slots for either rectifiers or converters (PEMs). These shelves
are primarily used without a controller or with a customer’s controller
using I2C communications. J2007001 shelves have four slots with
space for a full-feature Pulsar Edge Network Interface Controller
(NIC). The Pulsar Edge controller has Ethernet connectivity with SNMP
to facilitate remote network management to monitor and control
rectifiers, batteries, and distribution. These shelves are used with either
shelf mounted distribution or external distribution panels for small
battery plant applications.
Features – Model J85480S1
• Fits into a standard 19” rack
• Two DC Outputs may be common or split. Each output bus is rated
for 100A with two-hole lug landings for 2 AWG wire.
• Choose between IEC-320 C13 or C19 AC input connections.
• Analog or dual/redundant I2C communications.
• Adjustable mounting ears for either flush front or multiple set back
positions.
Features – Model J2007001
• Fits into a standard 19” rack
• Single DC output rated for 200A with two-hole lug landings for up to
2/0 AWG cable.
• Choose between IEC-320 or Molex Mini-Fit SR for AC input. Single,
dual or quad input feeds
• RS485 communications.
• Adjustable mounting ears with multiple set back positions.
• Up to 3 shelves may be interconnected with bus straps for DC outputs
for a 600A system
• Plug-N-Play CP841A controller with front access craft port, rear
access LAN and alarm connections
• Select Shelves include distribution modules
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Shelf Line Drawing – J85480S1Shelves
J85480S1 Shelf Options
List
Max Rectifer
Size
20
2725 Watts
21
2725 Watts
23
2000 Watts
27
2000 Watts
14
CC109124764
AC Input
DC Output
IEC-320,
C19 Cords
Common Bus
(Lugs)
Rear View of Shelf
Split Bus (Lugs)
IEC-320,
C13 Cords
Common Bus
(Lugs)
Split Bus (Lugs)
None
DC Input
Split Bus (Lugs)
Converter (PEM) Shelf
Notes:
1. CP2725 rectifiers not recommended for use with shelves having
C13 AC inputs.
6. In controller-less applications, shelves are fixed output to ±54Vdc. Contact your GE Energy
Sales Representative for shelf configurations with ±48Vdc fixed output.
2. J85480S1 shelves communication protocol - Analog (no controller), I2C (customer
supplied controller).
7. Other J85480S1 shelf configurations are available for use with GE Energy Pulsar Plus
controllers. Contact your GE Energy Sales Representative for additional information.
3. List 23 shelf is POE compliant.
4. Split bus shelves cannot be paralleled. Two common bus shelves may be connected
together.
5. Other J85480S1 shelves are stackable up to 8 shelves to accommodate 32 paralleled
power supplies. Contact your GE Energy Sales Representative for additional information.
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DC Output Types – J85480S1 Shelves
Description
Schematic
Common Output Bus for Terminal Lug Connection
• Each Lug Connection rated for 100A with 2 gage wire
(200A for shelf)
Split Output Bus for Terminal Lug Connection
• Vdc( - ) has Split buses Vdc( + ) is common to
both sections.
• Each bus may be independently controlled
• Multiple shelves may not be paralleled together.
• Each Lug Connection rated for 100A with 2 gage wire
(200A for shelf)
Communication Signals – J85480S1 Shelves
J2 CONNECTOR – Pin Out
J1 CONNECTOR – Pin Out
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
POWER_CAP_1
16
SDA_1
1
SCL_0
8
Alert#_1
2
POWER_CAP_2
17
Fault
2
SCL_1
9
Isolation n/c
3
POWER_CAP_3
18
Alert#_0
3
SDA_0
10
Isolation n/c
SDA_1
11
Ishare - B
4
POWER_CAP_4
19
Enable side B
4
5
MOD_PRES_1
20
Logic_GRD
5
Alert#_0
12
Ishare - A
6
MOD_PRES_2
21
Enable Side A
6
5VA
13
8V_INT - B
7
MOD_PRES_3
22
Logic_GRD
7
Logic_GRD
14
8V_INT - A
8
MOD_PRES_4
23
Alert#_1
9
PFW_1
24
5VA
10
PFW_2
25
OTW
11
PFW_3
26
Reset
12
PFW_4
27
Iso. barrier n/c
13
SCL_0
28
Iso. barrier n/c
14
SCL_1
29
Shelf_Addr_B
15
SDA_0
30
Shelf_Addr_A
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Shelf Line Drawing – J2007001 Shelves
J2007001 Shelf Options
List
Max Rectifer
Size
3
AC Input
DC Output
Rear View of Shelf
2725 Watts
Single AC feed
(terminal blocks
for 6ga wire and
¾” conduit fitting)
DC Output Bus
AC
Signal
4
2725 Watts
Individual feed
(Molex Mini-Fit SR)
DC output bus is
rated for 200A for
two 2ga or one
2/0 gage two-hole
lugs
(¼-20 studs on
5/8” centers).
5
2725 Watts
Dual feed (Molex
Mini-Fit SR)
6
2725 Watts
Individual feed
(IEC-320 C19
Cords)
7
2725 Watts
Single AC feed
(terminal blocks
for 6ga wire and
¾” conduit fitting)
Bat In DC Out
AC
Signal
7A
2725 Watts
Individual feed
(IEC-320 C19
cords)
2 battery input terminal blocks
for 8ga wire, 30A
breakers, LVBD.
Ten load output
– terminal blocks
for 12ga wire, 10
GMT fuses rated
10A each
Notes:
1. CP841A Pulsar Edge Controller ships separately.
2. Up to 3 shelves may be interconnected.
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J2007001 Shelves System Controller
Several versions of the CP841A Pulsar Edge controller are available. Each offers different alarm input/outputs on the
J1 connector of the shelf.
CP841A_9C0R
J1 has 9 alarm inputs with a common return and no output relays
CP841A_3C3R
J1 has 3 alarm inputs with a common return and 3 output relays; Power Major, Power Minor, 1 Selectable
CP841A_0I5R
J1 has 0 alarm inputs and 5 output relays; Power Major, Power Minor, 3 Selectable
Communication Signals for J2007001 Shelves
• J1 provides alarm outputs and inputs based on the controller installed (see table
below). Inputs are “Dry”, no voltage, contact Closures or Opens to a common
return on pin 6. Outputs are relay contacts. Both input and output alarms are
customer defined on the controller’s web pages.
• J2 provides alarm inputs (see table below). Alarm inputs are contact Closures or
Opens to the non-grounded side of the dc bus [-48V]. Pins 6, 7, 8 provide -48V for
these alarm inputs.
• J3 battery thermal probe (QS873A) or battery mid-string voltage monitor (ES771)
with battery thermal probe.
• J4 shelf to shelf communication connection
• J5 LAN/Ethernet.
• J7 provides distribution control for shelves with external distribution.
See table below.
J1 CONNECTOR – Pin Out
Pin
J2 CONNECTOR
J7 CONNECTOR
Signals for SPS841A_3C3R
Signals for SPS841A_0I5R
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
ALM1 Input
Alarm Relay 3 Rtn
1
ALM6 Input
1
FAJ
2
ALM2 Input
Alarm Relay 2 Rtn
2
-
2
Coil Rtn
ALM3 Input
3
LVD_NC
3
Alarm Relay 1 Rtn
Alarm Relay 1 Rtn
3
4
Power Minor Rtn
Power Minor Rtn
4
ALM4 Input
4
LVD_NO
5
Power Major Rtn
Power Major Rtn
5
ALM5 Input
5
Shunt-
6
ALM1, 2, 6C RTNS
Alarm Relay 3
6
-48V
6
OS
7
ALM6 Input
Alarm Relay 2
7
-48V
7
Coil1
8
-48V
8
Coil2
8
Alarm Relay 1
Alarm Relay 1
9
Power Minor
Power Minor
9
LVD Status Rtn
10
Power Major
Power Major
10
Shunt+
Battery Monitoring
Temperature/Voltage probes are needed for battery monitoring. They are
connected to each battery or battery string to provide slope thermal compensation,
temperature alarms and voltage imbalance alarms. Refer to ordering guide for
diagram and part numbers.
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AC Input, DC Output Cables
Communication Cables
J85480S1 Shelf
Ordering Guide
10’ Communication Cable (J1)
CC848854034
Shelf to shelf communication cable
(J2)
CC848848952
Mounting Brackets
1U bracket for 23”
frame mount
CC848844803
2U bracket for 23”
frame mount
848683009
CC848776105
C13 plug with L6-20P plug, 10’
CC848820317
C13 plug, unterminated, 10’
847861192
C19 plug, with 5-15P plug, 8’
CC848850792
C19 plug, with L6-20P plug, 8’
CC848850842
C19 plug, unterminated, 8’
CC848847368
DC output cable, 2gage, 10’
848748987
AC
Wall mount bracket
C13 plug with 5-15P plug, 10’
DC
CC848864504
Rectifier
Rectifier Shelf Options
List 20
CC109147344
List 21
CC109147328
List 23
CC109150447
List 27
CC109155743
J85480S1 Converter Shelf
Ordering Guide
Wall mount bracket
CC848864504
CC109139408
CP2725AC54Z
CC109142873
CP2725AC54TEZ
CC109149423
Central Office White
CC848822263
Raven Black
CC848781534
Graphite
CC848825233
DC Output Cables
DC Input Cables
CC848794908
Mounting Brackets
CC848844803
CC109158440
CP2000AC54PEZ
Rectifier Slot Filler
DC input cable,
10gage, 4’
1U bracket for 23”
frame mount
CP2000AC54TEZ
DC output cable, 2gage
10’
848748987
DC Bus for 1/4”
Faston Connections (2
required)
CC848886192
Converter (PEM) Options
Converter Shelf Options
CP2000DC54PE
List 14
Rectifier Slot Filler
CC109124764
CC109146692
Central Office White
CC848822263
Raven Black
CC848781534
Graphite
CC848825233
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Alarm and Communication Cables
J2007001 Shelf
Ordering Guide
Mounting Brackets
1U bracket for 23”
frame mount
CC848844803
2U bracket for 23”
frame mount
848683009
Wall mount bracket
CC848864504
AC Input, DC Output Cables
15’ Alarm or distribution cable (J1 or J7)
CC848865980
C19 plug, with 5-15P plug, 8’
CC848850792
50’ Alarm or distribution cable (J1 or J7)
CC848817651
C19 plug, with L6-20P plug, 8’
CC848850842
150’ Alarm or distribution cable (J1 or J7)
CC848817668
C19 plug, unterminated, 8’
CC848847368
15’ Alarm input cable (J2)
CC848853614
848710711
Shelf to shelf communication cable (J3,
J4)
CC848847780
Molex Mini-Fit SR, unterminated,
8awg, 10’ (2 cables provided)
DC output cable, 2ga, 10’
848748987
DC Bus Bar Strap (2 required)
CC848844324
AC
DC
Controller
Rectifier Shelf Options
CC109140068
Rectifier
List 3
CC109147542
CP841A_3C3R
CC109145331
CP2000AC54TEZ
CC109158440
List 4
CC109140043
CP841A_0I5R
CC109145356
CP2000AC54PEZ
CC109139408
List 5
CC109140051
Slot Filler
CC848847871
CP2725AC54Z
CC109142873
List 6 (Shown)
CC109140027
CP2725AC54TEZ
CC109149423
Rectifier Shelves with distribution
CP841A_9C0R
Rectifier Slot Filler
Central Office White
CC848822263
Raven Black
CC848781534
Graphite
CC848825233
List 7 Rectifier/Distribution
CC109151775
List 7A Rectifier/Distribution
CC109151841
Battery Management Accessories
A: QS873A Thermal Probe
CC109142980
B: 10’ probe to controller wireset
CC848817024
C: 1’ probe to probe wireset
CC848822560
C: 5’ probe to probe wireset
848719803
C: 10’ probe to probe wireset
CC848822321
ES771A Voltage Monitor Card
108958422
D: 2 ½ ‘ ES771A to probe wireset
CC848791517
D: 6’ ES771A to probe wireset
CC848797290
D: 10’ ES771A to probe wireset
848719829
G: 4’ ES771A to ES771A or controller wireset
CC848791500
G: 10’ ES771A to ES771A or controller wireset
848652947
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Specifications
Rectifiers
Power Module
Output Power/Input Voltage
CP2000AC54TEZ
2000W / 200-277VAC
1200W / 100-120VAC
CP2000AC54PEZ
2000W / 200-240VAC
1200W / 100-120VAC
CP2725AC54Z
2725W / 200-240VAC
1200W / 100-120VAC
CP2725AC54TEZ
2725W / 200-277VAC
1200W / 100-120VAC
CP2000DC54-PE
2000W / 40-72VDC
Output Voltage
Protection
Physical
15A breaker, 14 gauge wire
Hardware set
44 - 58Vdc
Software set
42 – 58Vdc
20A breaker, 12 gauge wire
Length: 13.85”/351.8mm
Width: 4.00”/101.6mm
Height: 1.66”/42.2mm
Weight: 4.6lb/2.1kg
60A breaker, 8 gauge wire
NOTES: PE suffix denotes PoE compliance. Z suffix denotes RoHS 6 compliance. TE suffix denotes Total Efficiency™ architecture.
Shelves
Mechanical
J85480S-1
J2007001
Height
1.71inches/43.4mm
1.71 inches/43.4mm
Width (with mounting ears)
19 inches/483mm
19 inches/483mm
Depth
16.25 inches/413mm
17.06 inches/433mm
Weight (without rectifiers)
9.25lbs/4.2kg
8.75lbs/4.0kg
Environmental
J85480S-1
J2007001
Operating Temperature Range
List 14: -40°C to 75°C (-40 to 167 °F)
Lists 20, 21:
-40°C to 25°C (-40 to 77 °F)
[Commercial 60°C C19 AC cord]
-40°C to 55°C (-40 to 131 °F)
[High Temp C19 AC cord]
Lists 23, 27:
-40°C to 25°C (-40 to 77 °F)
[Commercial 60°C C13 AC cord]
-40°C to 55°C (-40 to 131 °F)
[High Temp C13 AC cord]
Lists 6, 7A:
-40°C to 25°C (-40 to 77 °F)
[Commercial 60°C C19 AC cord]
-40°C to 55°C (-40 to 131 °F)
[High Temp C19 AC cord]
Lists 3, 4, 5, 7: -40°C to 55°C (-40 to 131 °F)
Operating Relative Humidity
0 - 95% (non-condensing)
Storage Temperature Range
-40°C to 85°C (-40 to 185 °F)
EMC
FCC, EN 55022, CISPR22, Level A, conducted and radiated
Immunity
EN55024 (CISPR24) Class A, conducted and radiated
Safety/Standards Compliance
J85480S-1
Safety Standards
CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1-03, UL 60950-1, 1st Edition
VDE IEC 60950-1, 1st Edition
Certification Marks
Lists 14, 20, 21, 23 VDE
Lists 14 UL Recognized (Canada and U.S.)
Lists 20, 21, 23 UL Listed (Canada and U.S.)
J2007001
Lists 4, 5, 6 VDE
Lists 4, 5 UL Recognized (Canada and U.S.)
Lists 6 UL Listed (Canada and U.S.)
* All GE Energy CP AC cords are High Temperature cords.
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ORDERING INFORMATION – COMPACT P OWER LINE
Management Visibility
Service & Support
Galaxy Manager™ software is the centralized visibility and control
component of a comprehensive power management system designed
to meet engineering, operations and maintenance needs. The Galaxy
Manager client-server architecture enables remote access to system
controllers across the power network.
GE Energy field service and support personnel are trusted advisors
to our customers – always available to answer questions and help
with any project, large or small. Our certified professional services
team consists of experts in every aspect of power conversion with
the resources and experience to handle large turnkey projects along
with custom approaches to complex challenges. Proven systems
engineering and installation best practices are designed to safely
deliver results that exceed our customers’ expectations.
• Dashboard display with one-click access to management
information database
• Trend analysis
Warranty
• Scheduled or on demand reports
• Fault, configuration, asset, and performance management
Training
GE Energy offers on-site and classroom training options based on
certification curriculum. Technical training can be tailored to individual
customer needs. Training enables customers and partners to more
effectively manage and support the power infrastructure. We have built
our training program on practical learning objectives that are relevant
to specific technologies or infrastructure design objectives.
GE Energy is committed to providing quality products and solutions.
We have developed a comprehensive warranty that protects you and
provides a simple way to get your products repaired or replaced as
soon as possible.
For full warranty terms and conditions please go to
www.ge.com/powerelectronics.
Contact Us
For more information, call us toll free
at +1 877 546 3243, or +1 972 244 9288
and visit us on the web at
www.ge.com/powerelectronics
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