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Section Description
Pages
9
Power Monitoring & Control
64 - 69
2
Power Plants
20 - 21
10
Low Voltage Disconnects
70 - 72
3
Rectifiers/Power Supplies
22 - 32
11
DC UPS & Power Control
73 - 81
4
DC Converters
33 - 39
12
Rack Mount Accessories
82 - 86
5
Inverters
40 - 46
13
Communication Accessories
87 - 90
6
Batteries
47 - 49
14
Installation Accessories
91 - 94
7
Battery Chargers
50 - 56
15
Index
95 - 96
8
DC Power Distribution
57 - 63
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DC Power Systems
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Section Description
Microwave • Broadband • Cellular • Land Mobile
Distributed By:
• Remote Site Monitoring
• Mobile DC UPS
• Battery Chargers
• DC Power Systems
• Power Supplies
• Distribution Panels
• DC Converters
• Rectifiers
• Inverter-Chargers
• Batteries & Accessories
2013 - 2014
Powering The Network
Solutions
Microwave Backbone
SCADA
Hot Swap Rectifiers
AC-DC
Utility Telecom
Smart Grid
Voltage/Power Range:
120/240 VAC Input 12, 24, 48, or 110 VDC Output 150 Watts - 14 kW
WIFI
Components: Rectifiers, Battery Chargers, Power Modules, Power
Supplies, Power Management, Rack Mount, Wall Mount, Desktop
Transportation
Power Modules
Systems: Hot Swap Rectifiers Shelves with
Distribution and Monitoring
Dispatch
Power Plants: Rack Mount Systems with Batteries
911 Call Center
DC-DC
Voltage/Power Range:
Wireless PBX
Power Management
12, 24, 48, 72, 110 VDC Input 12, 24, 48 VDC Output
Configurations:
Repeaters
Isolated/Non-Isolated, Step-Up, Step-Down,
Cellular
Stabilizers, Battery Charger, Rack Mount, Mobile,
Wall Mount, Desktop
Data Centers
DC-DC Converters
DC-AC
Public Safety
Voltage/Power Range:
12, 24, or 48 VDC Input 120/240 VAC
Output 1000 - 5000 Watts
Trunking Systems
Power Plants
Configurations: Rack Mount, Wall Mount, Mobile
Security
DC Power Distribution
Voltage/Power Range:
12, 24, or 48 VDC Input 200 - 900 Amp VDC
Wireless ISP
Inverter-Chargers
Microwave Backhaul
Inverters
Output Configurations: Rack Mount
Broadband
DC UPS
Voltage/Power Range
12,24 VDC Input / Output 5-20 amps
Positive Train Control
DC Distribution Panels
Private Networks
Configurations: Mobile Mount
Oil and Gas
Battery Chargers
Voltage/Power Range
LAN
120/240 VAC Input, 12,24,110 VDC Output
Configurations: Wall Mount, Mobile Mount
Specialty Vehicles
Monitoring/Control
Meter Reading
DC UPS
Remote and Local Monitoring; DC Voltage, AC Voltage, Alarms,
Base Stations
Batteries, Security, Cameras
Remote Control of DC and AC Equipment
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NETWORK
Battery Chargers
DC UPS
Solar
Site Monitor & Control
Mesh Radio Networks
Table of Contents
Section
Description
Pages
1
DC Power Systems
2 - 19
2
Power Plants
20 - 21
3
Rectifiers/Power Supplies
22 - 32
4
DC Converters
33 - 39
5
Inverters
40 - 46
6
Batteries
47 - 49
7
Battery Chargers
50 - 56
8
DC Power Distribution
57- 63
9
Power Monitoring & Control
64 - 69
10
Low Voltage Disconnects
70 - 72
11
DC UPS & Power Control
73 - 81
12
Rack Mount Accessories
82 - 86
13
Communication Accessories
87 - 90
14
Installation Accessories
91 - 94
15
Index
95 - 96
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DC Power Systems
Section 1: DC Power Systems
AC-DC
Voltage/Power Range: 120/240 VAC Input
12, 24, 48, or 110 VDC Output
150 Watts - 14 kW
Components: Rectifiers, Battery Chargers, Power Modules, Power Supplies, Rack Mount,
Wall Mount
Systems: Hot Swap Rectifiers Shelves with Distribution and Monitoring
Integrated Assemblies: Rack Mount Systems with atteries
Rack Mount Hot Swap Rectifiers
Unity
Input: 115/230 VAC
Output: 24 or 48 VDC,
150 - 450 Watts
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Centurion II
Input: 115/230 VAC
Output: 24 or 48 VDC,
1 kW - 6 kW
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Guardian
Input: 115/230 VAC
Output: 110 VDC,
3 kW - 6 kW
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Sentinel
Input: 115/230 VAC
Output: 48 VDC,
600 - 1800 Watts
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Commander
Input: 115/230 VAC
Output: 48 VDC,
6kW - 14kW
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Gladiator
Input: 115/230 VAC
Output: 110 VDC,
3 kW - 12 kW
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DC Power Systems
PM System
Input: 115/230 VAC
Output: 12, 24, or 48 VDC,
560 - 2200 Watts
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Power Plants
Self Contained
Power System
Section 1: DC Power Systems
Modular Power
System
Integrated Power System
with Internal Batteries
Input: 115/230 VAC
Output: 12, 24, or 48V,
500 Watts
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Wall Mount System
Site Power System
Input: 115/230 VAC
Output: 12, 24, or 48V,
250 - 500 Watts
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RPS System
Input: 115/230 VAC
Output: 12, 24, or 48VDC,
500 - 3,000W
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DC Power Systems
Sentinel Power System
Incredible Functionality in a 1 RU DC Power System, 600 to 1800 Watts
• 19”, 1U rackmount shelf with integrated power distribution and SNMP digital controller
• Master disconnect breaker for two battery banks, with tripped breaker alarm
• 90-250 VAC input, power factor corrected, no derating at 120V input
• Controller with digital display of system parameters with TCP/IP interface and SNMP monitoring
and logging
• 3 power bays accept 600 watt modular rectifiers, -48V
• Alarm contacts monitor system functions
• 33 amp, 1800 watt total output capacity
• Low voltage disconnect built-in
• Output temperature compensated for precise battery charging
• Easily configures to meet site power requirments
• 4 DC circuit breaker distribution capacity, with tripped breaker alarm
Complete system design and assembly to your application parameters: Rectifier configuration, distribution
circuit breaker installation, and programming of alarms and monitors. Installation in a relay rack with
batteries and wiring also available.
System Power Configurations @ 48V, 90 - 300 VAC Input
Watts Per Rectifier
600
# of Rectifiers Installed
1
2
3
11A (600W)
22A (1200W)
33A (1800W)
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Specifications
General System
AC Input
Protection:
Nominal: 115 or 230V
Current Limit: Adjustable to 50-100% of maximum
rated current.
Voltage Range: 90-300V
DC Power Systems
Sentinel Power System
Over Temperature: Automatic current reduction,
backup shutdown protection.
Frequency Range: 45-65 Hz
Power Factor: >0.99
Efficiency: >92% (from 50% output power)
DC Output
Polarity Reversal: Output fuse with crowbar diode
Over Voltage: Adjustable limit.
Voltage: -48 volt
Input Voltage: Auto shutdown, auto restart when
correct voltage restored.
Output Ratings: Constant power output from
54V to 58V
Input Inrush: <2x maximum input current.
Input Fuses: In phase and neutral.
Nominal Voltage: 48V
Technical Characteristics:
Rated Voltage: 58V
Noise: Ripple <100Hz: <1mV rms unweighted
Power:
Voice band 100Hz-5KHz: <2mV rms psophometric
Rated maximum System Output Power: 1800W @ 54V
Wide band 5kHz-1MHz: <5mV rms unweighted
Individual Rectifier Power: (48 volt) 600 watt
Amperage @155 or 230 vac in 4.2
Peak to Peak 0-20MHz: <50mV peak to peak
Isolation: Input to Output: 4000V DC.
Input to Chassis: 3500V DC (VDR to chassis removed)
DC Distribution:
Output to Chassis: 2100V DC
Load: 4 breaker positon capacity, available
amperages (specify) 6A, 10A, 20A,
Battery: 30A, with tripped breaker alarm 2 x 30A
battery circuit breakers.
Regulation: Line = ±0.1%, Load = ±0.5%
(no load to full load)
Breaker Fail Detection: Electronic fail detection on
both load and battery. Breakers
Shelf: Dimensions 19” W x 1.75” H x 10.2” D
Low Voltage Battery Disconnect: 80A battery LVD
installed standard, with disconnect alarm
Rectifers: Dimensions 2.2” W x 1.7” W x 9.25” D
Monitoring & Control:
Cooling: Forced cooled.
Monitors all power system conditions including DC
voltage, rectifier current, battery current, battery
temperature, and distribution failure. Visual
notification of alarm conditions by LED’s and a 4 line
x 16 character alpha numeric display mounted on the
front panel, with remote notification being enabled
by relay contacts, RS232 or TCP/IP (using SNMP). It
has a built-in web based configurator allowing setup
of system parameters using a web browser and
utilizes a USB communications port which allows
for local monitoring of system operations as well as
easy downloading of configuration files for multiple
site installations.
Environmental
Mechanical
Weight: 19.84 Lbs. (excluding rectifier modules)
Weight: 1.7 Lbs
Ambient Temperature: Range: -20° to +70° C,
Derating above 50° C
Range: -20º C to +70º C (maximum output power is
derated above +50º C)
Storage: -20º C to +70º C
Humidity: 0-98% RH (non-condensing)
Altitude: <8,202 ft., De-rate max. ambient
temperature by 4º C per 3,280 ft. above sea level.
Compliances
Safety: EN60950
Electrostatic Discharge: CISPR24
Radiated Radio Freq: CISPR22
AC Harmonics: EN61000-3-2
AC Flicker & Fluctuation: EN61000-3-3
Other: CE & RoHS compliant
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DC Power Systems
Centurion II Power System
Incredible Functionality, Flexibility, and Scalability in a 2 RU DC Power System, 1.0 to 6.0 Kw
• 19”, 2U rackmount shelf with integrated power
distribution
• Master disconnect breakers for two battery banks, with tripped breaker alarm
• 90-250 VAC input, Power Factor Corrected
• Controller with digital display of system parameters with TCP/IP interface and SNMP monitoring/
logging
• 3 power bays accept 1000 or 2000 watt
modular rectifiers
• Alarm contacts monitor major system functions
• 111 amp, 6000 watt total max. output capacity,
(74 Amp, 4000 Watt, N+1) @ -48 or 24 VDC
• Low voltage disconnect built in
• Easily configures to meet site power requirements
• Output temperature compensated for precise
battery charging
• 16 DC circuit breaker distribution capacity, with tripped breaker alarm
Complete system design and assembly to your application parameters: Rectifier configuration,
distribution circuit breaker installation, and programming of alarms and monitors. Installation
in a relay rack with batteries and wiring also available.
System Power Configurations @ 48V* (220 VAC Input)
# of Rectifiers Installed
Watts Per Rectifier
1
2
3
2000
37A (2000W)
74A (4000W)
111A (6000W)
1000
18A (1000W)
36A (2000W)
54A (3000W)
37A (2000W)
74A (4000W)
111A (6000W)
System Power Configurations @ 24V*
2000 †
* @ 120 VAC: Derate 2 kW rectifiers 41%; 1 kW rectifiers 33%
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Specifications
General System
AC Input
Protection:
Nominal: 230V
Current Limit: Adjustable to 50-100% of maximum
rated current.
Voltage Range: 90-300V (derate @ 115 input)
DC Power Systems
Centurion II Power System
Over Temperature: Automatic current reduction,
backup shutdown protection.
Frequency: Range: 45-65 Hz
Power Factor: >0.99
Efficiency: >94% (from 30-95% output power)
DC Output
Voltage
-48 volt
Constant power
Output Ratings:
48V to 58V
Nominal Voltage: 48V
Rated Voltage:
58V
+24 volt
Constant power
24V to 29V
24V
29V
Polarity Reversal: Output fuse with crowbar diode
Over Voltage: Adjustable limit.
Input Voltage: Auto shutdown, auto restart when
correct voltage restored.
Input Inrush: <2x maximum input current.
Input Fuses: In phase and neutral.
Technical Characteristics:
Power:
Noise: Ripple <100Hz: <1mV rms unweighted
Rated maximum System Output Power:
Voice band 100Hz-5KHz: <1mV rms psophometric
6000W @ -48V, 3000 watts @ 24 volts
Wide band 5kHz-1MHz: <5mV rms unweighted
Individual Rectifier Power: (24 and 48 volt)
Peak to Peak 0-20MHz: <100mV peak to peak
Isolation: Input to Output: 4000V DC.
1000 watt 2000 watt †
Amperage @ 230 vac in
18 37
Amperage @ 115 vac in
12 21
† Model C2R-2000 is rated for 1,000W or 37 amps at 24 volts
DC Distribution:
Load: 16 breaker positon capacity, available amperages 6A, 10A, 15A, 20A, 30A, with alarm
Battery: 2 x 100A battery circuit breakers.
Breaker Fail Detection: Electronic fail detection on
both load and battery breakers
Low Voltage Battery Disconnect:125A battery LVD
installed standard, with disconnect alarm
Input to Chassis: 3500V DC
(VDR to chassis removed)
Output to Chassis: 2100V DC
Regulation: Line = ±0.1%, Load = ±0.5%
(no load to full load)
Mechanical
Shelf: Dimensions 19” W x 3.5” H x 15.35” D
Weight: 19.84 Lbs. (excluding rectifier modules)
Rectifers: Dimensions 4.25” W x 2.75” W x 11.1” D
Weight: 3.15 Lbs
Cooling: Forced cooled.
Compliances
Monitoring & Control:
Monitors all power system conditions including DC
voltage, rectifier current, battery current, battery temperature, and distribution failure. Visual notification of
alarm conditions by LED’s and a 4 line x 16 character
alpha numeric display mounted on the front panel,
with remote notification being enabled by relay contacts, RS232 or TCP/IP (using SNMP). It has a built-in
web based configurator allowing setup of system
parameters using a web browser and utilizes a USB
communications port which allows for local monitoring of system operations as well as easy downloading
of configuration files for multiple site installations.
Safety: EN60950
Electrostatic Discharge: CISPR24
Radiated Radio Freq: CISPR22
AC Harmonics: EN61000-3-2
AC Flicker & Fluctuation: EN61000-3-3
Other: CE & RoHS compliant
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DC Power Systems
Commander Power System
Incredible Functionality, Flexibility, and Scalability in a 5 RU DC Power System, 1.0 to 14.0 Kw
• Distribution breaker rating up to 63 amps
• 19”, 5U rackmount shelf with integrated
power distribution
• Master disconnect breakers for four battery banks, with tripped breaker alarm
• 90-250 VAC input, Power Factor Corrected
• Controller with digital display of system
parameters with TCP/IP interface and SNMP
monitoring/logging
• 7 power bays accept 1000 or 2000 watt
modular rectifiers
• 259 amp, 14,000 watt total max. output capacity, (222 Amp, 2,000 Watt, N+1) @ - 54 VDC
• Alarm contacts monitor major system functions
• Low voltage disconnect built in
• Output temperature compensated for precise
battery charging
• Easily configures to meet site power requirements
• 18 DC circuit breaker distribution capacity,
with tripped breaker alarm
Complete system design and integration by Newmar to your application parameters: Rectifier configuration,
distribution circuit breakers installation, and configuration of alarms and monitors. Assembly in a relay rack
with batteries and wiring also available. Let us submit a proposal on your next project.
System Power Configurations @ 48V* (220 VAC Input)
Watts Per
Rectifier
2000
# of Rectifiers Installed
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
37A
(2,000W)
74A
(4,000W)
111A
(6,000W)
148A
(8,000W)
185A
(10,000W)
222A
(12,000W)
259A
(14,000W)
* @ 120 VAC: Derate 2 kW rectifiers 41%; 1 kW rectifiers 33%
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Specifications
General System
AC Input
Protection:
Nominal: 230V
Current Limit: Adjustable to 50-100% of maximum
rated current.
Voltage Range: 90-300V (derate @ 115 input)
Wiring Options: 1) Single 208-240VAC, 3 phase,
4 wire WYE (‘Y’) input or 2) 3 x separate 208-240VAC,
2 wire inputs
Frequency Range: 45-65 Hz
Power Factor: >0.99
Efficiency: >94% (from 30-95% output power)
Over Temperature: Automatic current reduction,
backup shutdown protection.
Polarity Reversal: Output fuse with crowbar diode
Over Voltage: Adjustable limit.
Input Voltage: Auto shutdown, auto restart when
correct voltage restored.
Input Inrush: <2x maximum input current.
DC Output
Input Fuses: In phase and neutral.
Voltage: -48 volt
Technical Characteristics:
Output Ratings: Constant power output from
54V to 58V
Nominal Voltage: 48V
DC Power Systems
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Noise: Ripple <100Hz: <1mV rms unweighted
Voice band 100Hz-5KHz: <1mV rms psophometric
Wide band 5kHz-1MHz: <5mV rms unweighted
Rated Voltage: 58V
Peak to Peak 0-20MHz: <100mV peak to peak
Power:
Isolation: Input to Output: 4000V DC.
Rated maximum System Output Power:
14,000W @ -48V
Input to Chassis: 3500V DC (VDR to chassis removed)
Individual Rectifier Power: (48 volt) 2000 watt
Amperage @ 230 VAC in 37
Amperage @ 115 VAC in 21
Regulation: Line = ±0.1%, Load = ±0.5% (no load to
full load)
Output to Chassis: 2100V DC
Mechanical
DC Distribution:
Load: 18 breaker positon capacity, available amperages (specify) 6A, 10A, 16A, 20A, 25A, 32A, 40A, 50A,
63A with tripped breaker alarm
Shelf: Dimensions: 19” W x 8.75” H x 15.35” D
Battery: 4 x 100A battery circuit breakers.
Weight: 3.15 Lbs
Breaker Fail Detection: Electronic fail detection on
both load and battery breakers
Weight: 35.15 Lbs. (excluding rectifier modules)
Rectifers: Dimensions: 4.25” W x 2.75” W x 11.1” D
Cooling: Forced cooled.
Low Voltage Battery Disconnect:300A battery LVD
installed standard, with disconnect alarm
Environmental
Monitoring & Control:
Range: -10º C to +70º C (maximum output power is
derated above +50º C)
Monitors all power system conditions including DC
voltage, rectifier current, battery current, battery
temperature, and distribution failure. Visual notification of alarm conditions by LED’s and a 4 line x 16
character alpha numeric display mounted on the
front panel, with remote notification being enabled
by relay contacts, RS232 or TCP/IP (using SNMP). It
has a built-in web based configurator allowing setup
of system parameters using a web browser and utilizes a USB communications port which allows for
local monitoring of system operations as well as easy
downloading of configuration files for multiple site
installations.
Ambient Temperature: Nominal: 25+/-5º C
Humidity: -5-95% RH (non-condensing)
Altitude: <8,202 ft., De-rate max. ambient
temperature by 4º C per 3,280 ft. above sea level.
Compliances
Safety: EN60950
Electrostatic Discharge: CISPR24
Radiated Radio Freq: CISPR22
AC Harmonics: EN61000-3-2
AC Flicker & Fluctuation: EN61000-3-3
Other: CE & RoHS compliant
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DC Power Systems
Unity Rectifier System
The Unity Rectifier System comprises a low profile 1.75" (1 RU) shelf which accommodates up to
three 150 watt, -48 or +24 volt hot-swap rectifiers, plus an optional GMT fuse distribution panel.
The system is scalable/adaptable for N, N+1 or N+2 configurations. Form C status contacts enable
remote alarms for the rectifiers and fuse distribution circuits. Front panel OK/FAIL LED's allow
monitoring status of each rectifier individually. An optional monitor panel with LVD and battery
disconnect breaker provides system status and control.
Features
• 150 watt rectifier units - 48 or 24 volt, slide and lock into the Unity Shelf
• Individual or summary rectifier alarm
contacts; Form C
• Shelf accommodates up to three rectifiers - 450 watts total - plus an optional five-position GMT fuse panel
• Summary fuse panel alarm contacts; Form C
• 115/230 VAC shelf/rectifier input
• Optional GMT fuse panel: Five positions, easy rear panel wiring to loads, fuse access at front
• Scalable/adaptable hot swap configuration: N, N+1, N+2
• Optional voltage monitor and LVD panel
• Front panel status indicators, output voltage test points and adjustment potentiometers
Unity Rectifier System
Shelf
Input
Capacity
Size
Weight
URS
115/230 VAC Nom.
3 Unity Rectifiers (-48 or +24 V),
1 GMT fuse panel
19/23” Rackmount,
1 RU
6.7 lbs.
Rectifier
Input Amps
@ Full Load 115/230V
Output Voltage
Output
Amps Cont.
Watts
Size
Weight
UR48-3
2.2/1.1
-54.4 VDC, adjustable 42-56 VDC
3
150
1 RU
1.9 lbs.
UR24-6
2.2/1.1
+27.2 VDC, adjustable 21-28 VDC
6
150
1 RU
1.9 lbs.
GMT Panel
UFP-5
Nominal Input/Output
Total Fuse
Fuse Capacity
Total Current Capacity
Size
Weight
-48 or +24 VDC
5
20A
1 RU
1 lbs.
Optional System Component
Unity Low Voltage Disconnect & Monitor
Digital battery monitor and alarm panel with
Low Voltage Disconnect integrates with the
Unity rack mount shelf into a highly functional
power system. Built-in features include: LVD,
digital monitor of voltage and amperage,
battery disconnect breaker and alarm contacts.
The digital display monitors bus voltage,
battery voltage, system output current and
low voltage connect/disconnect set points. See
model ULM-100, page 71 for complete specs.
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Unity Rectifiers
Models: UR48-3, UR24-6
Design Standards: EN55022 Class B, EN61000-42,3,4,5,6,8,11, EN61000-3-2,3, UL 1950
Approvals: UL Recognized 60950
Input Voltage/Frequency/PF: 85-264 VAC* / 47-63 Hz.
/ .96-.98
Unity Rectifier Shelf
Input Amperage: 2.2 amps @ 115V, 1.1 amps @ 230V
Model: URS
Output Voltage/Amperage*:
UR48-3: -54.4 VDC, adjustable 42-56 VDC,
3 amps continuous
UR24-6: +27.2 VDC, adjustable 21-28 VDC,
6 amps continuous
Input: 115/230 VAC nominal
DC Power Systems
Unity Rectifier System
Capacity: Up to Three Unity Rectifiers, -48 or +24 volt
and one GMT Fuse Panel (UFP-5)
Mounting: 19” or 23” rack; center or flush mount
100 % output power available from 105 to 264 VAC;
Derate output linearly from 100% @ 105 VAC to
80% @ 85 VAC
Efficiency: 83% per rectifier
Regulation/Ripple: +/-2% / UR24-6: 150 mV, UR48-3:
230 mV
Protection: Over-voltage, current limiting, over-temp,
forced air cooling
Alarms/Indicators: Output failure contacts; Form C
Front panel LED indications: "DC OK/DC FAIL" Front
panel voltage test points and adjustment
Operating Temperature: -10°C to +60°C; 100 % load to
+50°C; Derate linearly to 80% load @ 60°C
Unity Fuse Distribution Panel
Model: UFP-5
Voltage: -48 VDC or +24 VDC nominal
(selectable by jumper)
Current: 20 amps max. total
Capacity: Five GMT fuses, 10 amps max. per
individual fuse
Available Amperages: 1, 3, 5, 7.5, 10, 15 Amps
Alarms/Indicators: Output failure summary alarm
contacts; Form C Front panel blown fuse
summary LED indicator
Unity Shelf Rear Panel Diagram
Output Battery Terminals
Optional Fuse Panel
Output/Battery and
Output and Alarm
Terminals
Rectifier Alarm Terminals Fuse Panel Terminals
Chassis Grounding
Stud
Unity Low Voltage Disconnect & Monitor Rear Panel Diagram (see Model ULM-100 page 71)
Battery
Terminals
Output/Load
Terminals
Input
Terminals
From Rectifier Output(s) - 100 Amps Max.
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DC Power Systems
RPS Power Systems
RPS Rack Power Systems feature
PM Series rectifiers and PFM Controller.
Our engineering team offers comprehensive
system integration services, including consultation,
configuration, manufacturiing, assembly, test, and
delivery of fully integrated and functional power
plants. We provide rapid delivery of complete systems,
precisely tailored to meet your site requirements. See
opposite page for basic menu of components offered in
configuring your system.
Project Consultation
The process begins with a comprehensive analysis
of your project’s power requirements, offering
comprehensive solutions based on all relevant
factors, including:
• Load requirements and tolerances
• Site AC power considerations
• Hot swap and hot standby configuration
• Co-location compatibility
• Fault tolerance/redundancy
• Back-up battery run time calculations
• Power distribution requirements
• Remote monitoring and alarming
Engineering and Configuration
Documentation
A comprehensive project proposal with a detailed
diagram of the proposed custom power system is submitted to you for approval.
Custom user manuals are provided with each system,
consisting of detailed operation and troubleshooting
instructions for each system component, complete
schematic diagrams.
Rack Assembly
All necessary components are installed and wired
in racks or cabinets according to the particular site
requirements. These components are typically manufactured and stocked by NEWMAR, thus assuring high
reliability and short lead times for system delivery.
Testing
Each rack component undergoes rigorous “burn-in”
testing individually, then the assembled rack system
is again fully tested under simulated site load and
function conditions to ensure maximum reliability.
Shipment
Each rack system is rigidly secured to a custom-built
shipping skid and air ride trucked directly to your
installation site.
Aftersale Support
A duplicate system file, including detailed photo of
the assembled power plant, is maintained at the
factory in order to provide ongoing technical support
of the system, as needed.
Contact Jeff Wright at [email protected] to discuss your requirements.
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DC Power Systems
RPS Power System Components
Select from the following components to configure your system.
Power Modules
Quantity
Installed
Total Amps
N+1 Amps
PM-12-80
Total Amps
N+1 Amps
Installed
12 Volt
PM-12-40
Quantity
24 Volt
PM-24-20
2
40
40
2
22
20
3
72
40
3
36
20
4
108
40
4
54
20
5
180
40
5
72
20
6
216
40
6
90
20
2
80
80
2
35
35
35
PM-24-35
3
144
80
3
63
4
288
80
4
94.5
35
5
360
80
5
126
35
6
432
80
6
157.5
35
2
20
20
3
36
20
4
54
20
5
72
20
6
90
20
2
50
50
3
90
50
4
135
50
48 Volt
PM-48-20
PM-24-50
Power Module
See page 24 for specifications
Power Function Manager - PFM-400
Provided Functions:
• Low Voltage Disconnect
• Metering
• Rectifiers and Battery Tie Points
See page 26 for specifications
• Distribution circuit breakers
Options
Additional Distribution Panel:
• DST-10A
• DST-20A
Power Distribution
See page 58, 60 for specifications
• DST-FB
Batteries & Accessories
• Front Terminals Batteries - page 49
• Battery Disconnect Panels - page 83
• Battery Trays - page 84
Remote Monitoring
• Site Power Monitor
Remote Monitoring
See page 65
for specifications
• Site Monitor and Control
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DC Power Systems
Integrated Power Systems
The Integrated Power System (IPS) is a unique multifunction power supply which incorporates
built-in battery back-up and numerous power accessories within a single 2RU (3.5”) chassis, thus
eliminating time-consuming system integration, component sourcing and installation, while
saving precious rack space--ideal for any low-to-medium power application requiring AC fault
tolerant operation.
A precision regulated power supply/charger, back-up battery, low voltage battery disconnect,
output metering, LED status and Form C alarm contacts are all pre-wired and calibrated within the
unit for plug-and-play operation. Plug-in terminals are provided for easy wiring of an additional
parallel rectifier input, or external batteries for increased back-up capacity.
The batteries are always in-line with the load, thus there is no interruption from relays or transfer
switches in the event of AC loss. Batteries are recharged when AC is restored. A manual battery
disconnect switch allows internal or external battery service or replacement while the system is
running. Models available for -48, +24 and +12 volt applications.
Features
• Precision regulated power supply simultaneously maintains batteries at peak charge and
supplies system load
•
Built-in, sealed, maintenance free, lead acid
batteries instantly power load during AC failure--no switch-over delay. 3-5 year average life. Terminals provided for additional external batteries for increased back-up capacity
• Terminals provided for easy addition of parallel rectifier. (48V and 24V models only)
• Low voltage battery disconnect, automatic or
manual setting
Input Amps
@ Full Load
115 / 230
Output
Adjustment
Range
• Numerous front panel monitors--L.E.D. status
indicators and digital ammeter/voltmeter
•
Form C summary failure alarm contacts; loss of internal rectifier output, loss of external rectifier output, LVBD contactor open. AC input failure alarm contacts optional
•
Numerous protection features--AC input breaker, internal battery breaker, auto thermal shutdown/
recovery, current-limiting, short-circuit and over-
voltage protection
• 19” rack, 6” forward rackmount brackets provided
Internal
Battery
Capacity
IPS 48-11
11 / 5.5
54.4
40-60 VDC
11
40 Amps
5 A-H
Ground
Reference
Positive
IPS 24-22
11 / 5.5
27.2
20-30 VDC
22
40 Amps
10 A-H
Negative
IPS 12-40
11 / 5.5
13.6
10-15 VDC
40
N/A
20 A-H
Negative
Model
VDC
Amps
Continuous
Supplemental
Input Port*
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Specifications
Mechanical
Input Range (switch selectable):
115V = 92-130 VAC
230V = 184-260 VAC
Frequency: 47-63 Hz
Rack Size: 19" or 23", 2 RU (3.5")
Cooling: Forced Air
Indicators and Alarms
Dimensions: 3.5"H x 17"W x 18"D
System "Nominal" indicator lights:
• Auto Thermal Shutdown/
Recovery
• AC OK
• External Rectifier ON/OK*
*Except IPS-12-40
• Internal Rectifier On/OK
• Battery Contactor Closed System "Warning" indicator lights:
• Check System
• Battery Disconnect
Form C Alarm Contacts:
• Input Fuse and Circuit Breaker
• Summary Failure
• Circuit Breaker For Internal Battery
• AC Input Failure (Optional)
Weight: 33 Lbs. (with batteries)
17 Lbs. (without batteries)
DC Output
Protection
Voltage/Amperage: See model
matrix
• Current Limit, Short Circuit
Maximum Load with External
Rectifier and Battery Inputs: 40A
Regulation: Line: ± 1 %,
Load: ± 2 %
Ripple: ± 1 %
Power Scaling via Back Panel
Quick Connects
External Rectifier Input: 24V, 48V
only; 560 or 1,000 watt (see PM
Series page 6)
External Battery Bank:
12V/24V/48V
Temperature Rating: -10° to + 60°
C; Derate linearly from 100%
load @ 50° C to 75% @ 60° C
Form C: Summary Alarm
Output Contacts
Power Supply/Battery
Charger Module
• Over Voltage
• Low Voltage Battery Disconnect (Adjustable)
Internal Batteries
Type: 12 Volt, 5 A-H Sealed LeadAcid Maintenance-Free
Amp-Hour Capacity:
See Matrix below
Environmental
Form C: AC Input Failure
Alarm (Optional)
Approvals: UL Recognized, DOT
and IATA approved for shipment
by air
Chassis: Aluminum
AC Input
DC Power Systems
Integrated Power Systems
Options
AC Input Fail Contacts:
Specify 115 or 230 VAC
Rectifier/Battery Input Cable
Assembly: (Model CA-24)
Rear Support Bracket for Flush
Mounting Models: RSB-19
Distribution Panel Models:
DST-10 (UL), DST-20A (UL)
Weight: 4 Lbs. each;
4 Batteries per Unit
Unit Supplied Without Batteries
Top View with Cover Off
System Output Quick Connect
External Battery
Quick Connect
External Rectifier*
Quick Connect
Internal Battery Bank
19” Rack Mount
Ears Provided
Low Voltage Disconnect
Circuit
Battery On-Line/Off-Line
Control Circuit Breaker
Front Panel
System Status/Digital
Battery Condtion Meter (V&A)
Front Panel
Output Voltage Adjust
Front Panel
Manual Battery
Disconnect Switch - Front Panel
System Status LED’s - Front Panel
Internal Battery
Constat Current Performance (Amps) to 1.75 VPC
Model
5 Min.
15 Min.
30 Min.
1 Hr.
2 Hrs.
IPS 48-11
15.0
8.0
5.0
3.0
2.0
IPS 24-22
30.0
16.0
10.0
6.0
4.0
IPS 12-40
40.0
32.0
20.0
12.0
8.0
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DC Power Systems
Site Power System
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The Site Power System (SPS) series provides a
complete DC power solution that integrates
quickly with batteries, loads, and monitors.
Available in 12, 24 and -48 volt, 300 and 475
watt configurations, the compact assembly
contains: power supply with temperature
compensated, automatic boost/float battery
charge cycle; low voltage disconnect; and
programmable alarm contacts. High operating
temperature rating with convection cooling
make the unit ideal for remote site shelters,
railroad wayside bungalows, and pole mount
enclosure applications, as well as private
network base stations and microwave sites.
Features
• Well regulated noise free output - no interference with sensitive electronic loads
• Output current indicator LEDs
• Separate Battery Charger output with remote temperature compensation sensor • Wide temperature operating range
(-40 to +70° C), convection cooled, meets AREMA standards
• Automatic Boost voltage output after AC power failure quickly recovers battery
• Alarm contacts interface with remote
monitor systems
• Low voltage disconnect protects batteries from over discharge
Models
Voltage Range
Voltage Adjustment
Range
Output Amps
SPS 12-20
13.6V
11-15V
20
SPS 12-35*
13.6V
11-15V
35
SPS 24-10
27.2V
22-30V
10
SPS 24-20*
27.2V
22-30V
20
SPS 48-6
54V
44-60V
6
SPS 24-12*
54V
44-60V
12
* New models, contact factory for availability
Specifications: SPS Series
AC Input
Protection
Nominal: 110/220V, 50/60Hz
Input Voltage: Automatic shutdown, restarts automatically when correct voltage restored.
Voltage Range: 100-275V AC (full power output),
85-100V AC (reduced power output)
Frequency Range: 45-66Hz
Power Factor/Efficiency: >0.99 (full load)/87%
Input Fuses: Fuses in phase & neutral
Maximum Input Current: 300W Models: 4A
475W Models: 6A
Input Rush: <2x maximum input current.
Mechanical
Size: 12.25” W x 5.75” H x 2.45” D,
(311mm x 146mm x 62mm)
Weight: 3.4 Lbs./1.5 Kg.
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Specifications cont.
Protection
Redundancy/Scalability: Ok to
wire in parallel, active
load sharing
Temperature Compensation:
Output voltage slope adjustable 0.1 to 0.2%/°C; 3’ cable
with battery lug sensor provided
Safeguards: Reverts to default
voltage if sensor wire becomes
short or open. High voltage
limit under extreme low
temperature conditions
Regulation Line/Load:
±0.1%/±0.5% (no load to full load)
Hold-up Time: >15ms for 20% output voltage drop.
Start-up Time: Walk-in delay 2
seconds (depends on AC input
voltage)
Protection
Current Limit: Adjustable to
50-100% of maximum rated current
Over Temp: Automatic current
turndown, backup shutdown
protection
Polarity Reversal: Output fuse with
crowbar diode
Over Voltage: Adjustable limit
Noise: (under nominal conditions)
Ripple: <100Hz: <5mV rms
Voice Band 100Hz to 5KHz:
<1mV rms psophometric
Wide Band 5kHz to 1 MHz:
<5mV rms
Peak to Peak 0 to 20MHz:
<50mV p-p
Isolation
Input to Output: 4,200V DC
Input to Chassis: 3,500V DC (VDR
to chassis removed.)
Output to Chassis: 2,100V DC
Environmental
Cooling: Convection cooled
Range: -40° to +70°C operating
range; -10° to +60° @ 100% load
rating. derate to 20% load below
-10° C and above +60° C
Humidity: 5-95% RH (noncondensing)
Altitude: <7500m de-rate
maximum ambient temperature
by +4˚ C per 3000m above sea
level
Mechanical
Case: Painted Aluminum
Mounting: Wall or enclosure back
plane, vertical orientation
Dimensions: 12.25” W x 6.40” H
x 2.45” D; (311mm x 163mm x
62mm)
Weight: 3.4 lbs.;1.5kg
Connections:
AC: IEC 320 universal connection,
3 foot power cord provided, NEMA
5-15
Output to Load & Batteries: 4 way
lumberg macromodule, screw style
Temperature Sensor: 2 way
lumberg macromodule, (preinstalled on 6 foot cable)
Monitor Connection: RJ45
Standard Features
DC Power Systems
Site Power System
Internal Alarm Card: 4x N.O or
N.C (selectable) relay contacts with
single common for rectifier fail,
off normal, float low, float high.
1x VF changeover relay contact
for mains fail. Relay contacts rated
at 100V DC 1A. Connections via
“mini combicon” connector accepts
16 AWG (1.5mm diameter) wire.
LED Indicators:
Green - AC on. (primary converter
operating) Green - Temperature
probe connected and within
normal limits.
Red - Rectifier ‘failed’.
Green - Rectifier in ‘float’ mode.
Yellow - Rectifier in ‘boost’ mode.
Yellow - Rectifier in ‘current’ limit.
Red - Rectifier ‘off normal’.
Internal Adjustments:
Float voltage, Boost voltage, Over
voltage shut down, Current limit,
Temperature compensation slope,
Auto boost to float threshold limit,
Load disconnect voltage, Load
disconnect hysteresis voltage
Design Standards
Output Current Indicator: Ten
segment red LED “dot” display
EN60950,
Auto Float/Boost: Rectifier
enters boost mode at power up.
When battery current reduces to
float threshold limit (adjustable
from 0.1A to 40% MRC), unit
reverts to float voltage. When
in boost but out of current limit,
rectifier automatically switches
to float after four hours. If battery
current exceeds float threshold
when rectifier in float mode, it
automatically switches to boost
mode.
Electrostatic Discharge: CISPR24,
Radiated Radio Frequency:
CISPR22, AC
Harmonics: EN61000-3-2, AC
Flicker and Fluctuation:
EN61000-3-3, CE MTBF
358,540 Hours, calculated to
Telcordia Standards
* New models, contact factory for
availability.
Alarm and Indicator Controls:
Positive V out, Load share signal
(in/out), External shutdown,
Open collector ‘off normal’ alarm
(OSVD, over temp. limit), LVD
synchronisation signal (in/out)
Temperature compensation input
signal, Open collector rectifier fail
(via 4k7 resistor), Open collector
mains fail, Negative V out.
Low Voltage Disconnect:
Voltage Adjustment Range:
SPS 12-XX
SPS 24-XX
SPS 48-XX
10-12V
19-24V
39-48V
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DC Power Systems
Guardian: 110VDC, 3 - 6 kW
NEW
The Guardian is a high voltage industrial power system with power output to 6.0 kW (50 amps)
@ 120 VDC and is an ideal battery charging solution for utility protection and control equipment.
Featuring high frequency switch mode rectifier modules, intelligent network capable controllers,
load and battery distribution breakers and, AC input isolation and surge suppression, all in a
compact 2U, 19” rack mountable power shelf.
Features
• Hot swappable rectifiers provide
N+1 redundancy
• Fully featured industrial rectifiers
• Network monitoring available
• Easily customized and configured to suit
site requirements
• Earth leakage detection
• Built-in AC surge suppression
• Modular 19” design for ease of installation
• Battery and load breakers
# of Rectifiers Installed
Watts Per Rectifier
3000
1
2
25A (3000W)
50A (6000W)
Specifications
Electrical
Monitoring and Control
AC Input: Single phase, 90 - 300 VAC, 45 - 66 Hz.
Rated Voltage: 80 - 155V
Various monitoring options are available via the
supervisory modules. Standard features include full
temperature compensation, automated and manual
battery testing/equalization and three voltage-free
relay alarm outputs.
Rated System Output Power: 6.0kW max. @ 121.5
VDC (50A)
Mechanical
DC Distribution:
Dimensions: 19” W x 3.5” (2U) W x 16.3” D
Load: 1x 63A, 2 pole load breakers
Weight: 16.5 Lbs. (excluding rectifier modules)
Power Factor: .0.99 (full load)
DC Output: 120V
Battery: 1x 125A, 2 pole battery breaker
Breaker Trip Detection: Auxiliary alarms on both load
and battery breakers
Preliminary product announcement,
contact factory or see website for
more information.
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DC Power Systems
Gladiator: 110VDC, 3 - 12 Kw
NEW
The Gladiator high voltage industrial power system with power output of up to 12.0 kW (100 amps)
@ 120 VDC is an ideal battery charging solution for utility protection and control equipment.
Featuring high frequency switch mode rectifier modules, intelligent network capable controllers,
load and battery distribution breakers, and AC input isolation and surge suppression, all in a
compact 5U, 19” rack mountable power shelf.
Features
• Fully featured industrial rectifiers
• Hot swappable rectifiers provide N+1 redundancy
• Network monitoring available
• Easily customized and configured to suit
site requirements
• Earth leakage detection
• Modular 19” design for ease of installation
• Built-in AC surge suppression
• Battery and load breakers
# of Rectifiers Installed
Watts Per
Rectifier
1
2
3
4
3000
25A (3000W)
50A (6000W)
75A (9000W)
100A (12000W)
Specifications
Electrical
Monitoring and Control
AC Input: Three phase or single phase
90 - 300 VAC, 45 - 63 Hz.
Interface Display: 4 line x 16 character
multi-lingual, alpha-numeric
Max. Input Current: 76A
Controls: 3x push buttons for parameter setting or
viewing on front panel
Protection:
Input Voltage: Auto Shutdown, auto restart when
correct voltage restored
Input Inrush: 2x maximum input current
DC Output:
Communications:
Serial: 1x USB port on front panel for local
PC interface
Relay: 3x alarm and control relays
TCP/IP: Ethernet interface for communication using
SNMP protocol
Nominal Voltage: 120V
Voltage Range: 80 - 155V
Maximum Current: 100A (25A per module)
DC Distribution:
Mechanical
Dimensions: 19” W x 8.75” (5U) W x 12.6” D
Load: 3 x 63A, 2 pole load breakers
Weight: 20 Lbs. without rectifiers
Battery: 1 x 125A, 2 pole battery breaker
Preliminary product announcement, contact factory or see website for more information.
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Power Plants
Power
Plants
NEWMAR manufactures a broad range of high quality power products for communication
applications and has earned a reputation for producing high reliability DC components and systems
for powering the wireless network.
Our engineering team offers comprehensive system integration services, including consultation,
configuration, manufacturiing, assembly, test, and delivery of fully integrated and functional
power plants. We provide rapid delivery of complete systems, precisely tailored to meet your site
requirements. See opposite page for basic menu of components offered in configuring your system.
Section 2: Power Plants
Project Consultation
The process begins with a comprehensive analysis of your project’s power
requirements, offering comprehensive solutions based on all relevant
factors, including:
• Load requirements and tolerances
• Fault tolerance/redundancy
• Site AC power considerations
• Back-up battery run time calculation
• Hot swap and hot standby configuration
• Power distribution requirements
• Co-location compatibility
• Remote monitoring and alarming
Engineering and Configuration
A comprehensive project proposal with a detailed diagram of the
proposed custom power system is submitted to you for approval.
Rack Assembly
All necessary components are installed and wired in racks or cabinets
according to the particular site requirements. These components are
typically manufactured and stocked by NEWMAR, thus assuring high
reliability and short lead times for system delivery.
Testing
Each rack component undergoes rigorous “burn-in” testing individually,
then the assembled rack system is again fully tested under simulated site
load and function conditions to ensure maximum reliability.
Documentation
Custom user manuals are provided with each system, consisting of
detailed operation and troubleshooting instructions for each system
component, complete schematic diagrams.
Shipment
Each rack system is rigidly secured to a custom-built shipping skid and air
ride trucked directly to your installation site.
Aftersale Support
A duplicate system file, including detailed photo of the assembled power
plant, is maintained at the factory in order to provide ongoing technical
support of the system, as needed.
Contact Jeff Wright at [email protected] to discuss your requirements.
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Power Plants
Components
Hot Swap Rectifiers
Page 24
Pages 4 - 11
Site Power Monitor
Power Management System
Page 66
Pages 26, 71
Distribution Panels
Pages 58 - 61
DC-AC Inverters
Page 42
Battery Tray
Page 84
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Modular Rectifiers
DC-DC Converters
Page 34
Fuse Panel
Page 62
Batteries
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Rectifiers - Power Supplies
AC-DC
Voltage/Power
120/240 VAC Input
12, 24, 48 VDC Output
150-1000 Watts
Components:
Rectifiers
Battery Chargers
Power Modules
Power Management
Power Supplies
Configurations:
Rack Mount
Wall Mount
Desktop
Section 3: Rectifiers/Power Supplies
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Rectifiers - Power Supplies
Rack Mount Rectifiers and Management Components
Power Module
Input: 120/230 VAC
Output: 12, 24 or 48 VDC,
560 - 2200 Watts
Page 24
PFM-400
Input: 12, 24 or 48 VDC
Total Current Capacity: 400A
Page 26
Integrated Power System
with Internal Batteries
Input: 115/230 VAC
Output: 12, 24 or 48 VDC,
11 - 40 Amps with Internal Battery
Page 28
Mobile, Wall Mount, and Desktop Power Supplies
USAR Series
Input: 115/230 VAC
Output: 24 or 48 VDC
3 - 6 Amps, 150 Watts
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Section 3: Rectifiers/Power Supplies
Heavy Duty Power Series
Input: 115/230 VAC
Output: 12 ro 24 VDC,
5 - 35 Amps
Page 30
Power-Pac Series
Input: 115/230 VAC
Output: 12 VDC, 5 Amps
Battery Back-up: 7 - 14 A/H
Page 32
Site Power System
Input: 115/230 VAC
Output: 12, 24, or 48 VDC,
250 - 500 Watts
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Power Modules
These versatile Rectifier
Modules function as
either power supplies or
battery chargers for 12,
24 or 48 volt systems;
positive, negative or
floating ground. They
may be employed
singly or in combination,
enabling the installer
to scale the system
anywhere from 500 to 10,000 watts per rack. Units may be paralleled for N + 1 redundancy and
alarm contacts allow local or remote monitoring. An optional DC quick connect wiring kit allows
easy replacement of modules without system shutdown.
Power Modules may be used separately as a power source, or they may be integrated with the
Power Function Manager (see RPS System page 12 to greatly expand the system capability with
other functions such as digital output monitoring, powering multiple loads via circuit breaker
distribution and low voltage battery disconnect.
Features
• 12, 24 or 48 volts output; pos., neg. or floating ground
• 115 or 230 VAC, 50-60 Hz input 560 & 1000 watt models
• 230 VAC only 2200 watt model
• 560, 1000 or 2200 watts per module (approx.)
• Built-in oring diode for parallel or N + 1 configuration
• Power supply or battery charger operation (DC UPS system)
Rectifiers/Power Supplies
• Optional battery charging circuit: three-step charging, gel/lead-acid
switch, and temperature compensation
Power Modules integrated in
complete system,
see page 26 for details
• Form C alarm contacts
• 19" or 23”, 2 RU, flush or 6” forward rackmount
Input Amps
Output
@ Full Load
VDC
115/230V
VDC
Amps
Weight
V Out
V2
Cont.+
Watts
8.5/4.3
13.6
14.3
40
560
12.2
5.5
PM-12-80
16/8
13.6
—
80
1000
15.2
6.9
PM-24-20
8.5/4.3
27.2
27.9
20
560
12.2
5.5
PM-24-40
16/8
27.2
—
40
1000
15.2
6.9
PM-48-10
8.5/4.3
54.4
55.1
10
560
12.2
5.5
PM-48-20
16/8
54.4
—
20
1000
14.0
6.4
PM-48-50
*/22
54.4
—
50
2200
34
15
Model
PM-12-40A
Lbs
Kg.
VDC (V out) Measured at output terminal with oring diode
* 230 VAC input only
VDC (V2) Measured at direct output terminal
+ For parallel configuration/load sharing derate output 10%
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Power Modules
Performance Specifications
Options
Input:
• Three stage charger function with gel/
lead-acid selector Model: CFB (560 & 1000
watts only)
• 85 - 135/170-270 VAC (selectable),
47 - 63 Hz., 560 watt models
• Temperature compensation (for battery charging). All models.
• 90 - 265 VAC, 1000 watt models
• 207 - 253 VAC, 2200 watt model
Power Factor: 0.7, 560W & 2200W models
0.98, 1000W models
Regulation: ± 1% at direct output (V2);
± 2% through "oring" diode (V out)
Ripple: 1% (Typical)
Efficiency: 80-85% @ full load
Front panel Output Voltage Adjustment Pot Range: ±10%
Altitude Range: Full output to 5,000 feet. Derate output current 4% per 1,000 feet to 10,000
feet max.
•
DC Quick Connect Wiring Kit:
560 watt models: QCK-3 (for 2-3 unit PM system) & QCK-6 (for 4-6 unit PM system)
1000 watt models: QCK-3A (for 2-3 unit PM system) & QCK-6A (for 4-6 unit PM system)
2200 watt model: CCK-4
• “Universal” mounting bracket; Model: UMB-PM (500 & 1KW models only)
• Metering, alarms, LVD and distribution breakers (PFM-400 or ULM-100
module options)
Protection
Temperature Rating
• Output fuse for reverse polarity
560 watt models: -40° C to +60° C;
Derate linearly from 100% load @ 50° C to
75% @ 60° C
1000 watt models: -20° C to + 70° C;
Derate linearly from 100% load @ 50° C to
50% @ 70° C
2200 watt model: 0 - 50° C
• Current limit
• Automatic high temp. output
power reduction (560W & 2200W models)
• Forced air cooling with filter provided (560W models only)
Design Standards
• Vinyl laminated base and cover
• UL 1950 / EN 60950 (Safety)
• 19” Rackmount brackets provided
• EN 50082 (Immunity)
• Wallmount via optional brackets
Rectifiers/Power Supplies
Mechanical/General
• Powder coated aluminum front panel and cover
• Input circuit breaker
• EN 55014 (Conducted)
• AC Input wiring:
• 560 watt units: IEC AC entry, 6’ IEC cord with NEMA 5-15 plug provided
• 1000 watt units: IEC entry, 6’ IEC power cord with NEMA 20 plug provided
• 2200 watt unit: Hardwire junction box, no power cord provided
Case Size – All Models
H
D
• 1/4” -20 Output stud (560 watt models)
• Output bus bar (1,000 & 2200 watt models) with 1/4” - 20 bolts
W
Inches
• Output “OK” L.E.D.
• Multi color LED: Green = Ok, Red = Fail (1000W models only)
Centimeters
• Loss-of-output alarm contacts- Form C, plus loss of AC alarm contacts Form C (1000 & 2200 watt units only)
• Front panel voltage test points
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3.5
H
W
13.5
W* D 17
20.5
D
43.2
52.1
*19” mounting brackets provided
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Power Function Manager
The Power Function Manager (PFM-400) is a system integrating component which converts
ordinary power supplies (or Power Modules, shown on page 24) into a fully integrated and
multifunctional power system. The unit provides for control, monitoring, paralleling and protection
of 12, 24 or 48 VDC, positive negative or floating ground power sources.
The PFM has a heavy duty (400 amp) parallel tie point bus, digital output voltage and amperage
monitoring, system and battery status lights, load distribution circuits, low voltage battery
disconnect and summary alarm contacts, all combined in a compact, rackmount housing which
serves as a master DC power management and distribution center. A high amp rackmount
ground/return bus is provided.
The PFM may be used for integration, control, monitoring and protection of numerous different
types of power sources, such as AC-DC rectifiers, regulated power supplies or DC-DC converters.
Features/Benefits
Rectifiers/Power Supplies
• Provides parallel tie point for DC power
modules; simplifies wiring
• 12, 24 or 48 VDC input/output; can be used with virtually any DC system
• Manual battery disconnect switch allows
service/replacement of batteries without
system shutdown
• High current output bus for wiring main
• Use with positive, negative or floating ground; system load or for feeding an external
distribution panel
no need to stock multiple units to meet
different site requirements
• 800 amp ground bus provided
•
Digital meter displays system voltage or
current via selector switch, providing easy on-site monitoring of battery and power
module output
•
Up to five isolated distribution circuit breaker capacity with “TRIP” alarm contacts; easy
front panel plug-in installation. Breakers
sold separately
• Status lights indicate system and battery
connect/disconnect status, assisting
technicians in system troubleshooting
• Low voltage battery disconnect protects
batteries in the event of extended AC
power loss
• Summary alarm contacts (form C) allow remote indication of system status in the
event of extended AC power loss
• 19” or 23” rack mount, flush or 6” forward mounting
Model
Nominal
Input/Output VDC
Circuit Breaker
Capacity
Digital Meter
Display
Weight (lbs./kg.)
PFM-400
12, 24, or 48 pos. or neg. ground
5
Volts or Amps
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Power Function Manager
Specifications
Overall Performance
Mechanical/General
• Maximum Total Current Capacity: 400 amps
(max. 6 power supply/modules)
• Heavy duty plated copper bus bar
• Anodized aluminum front/side panels
• Digital meter accuracy: 1.6% +/- one digit
• 19”, 2 RU, flush or 6” forward rackmount
• Circuit breaker voltage rating: 80 VDC
(see Options for available amperages)
Temperature Rating
-40° C to +60° C
Protection
Circuit Breakers
• Low voltage battery disconnect
•
Indicators/Alarms
• System output “OK” L.E.D. indicator
• “BATTERY ONLINE” L.E.D. indicator
• LVBD “OPEN” L.E.D. indicator
• Form C summary alarm contacts: power module failure, LVBD activation, tripped
load breaker
Options
Low Voltage Battery Disconnect Specifications
Factory set actuation voltages:
Plug-in mid-trip circuit breakers with
auxiliary contacts that activate “CHECK SYSTEM” indicator and summary alarm
contacts. Available Amperages: 5, 10, 15, 20, 30, 40, 50, 75, 100 (specify model PBA-5, PBA-
10, etc.) when ordering
• Quick connect DC wiring harness for use with
Newmar 1 KW Power Modules; QCK-3, CCK-4 (page 86)
• Rear rack covers (page 86)
12 VDC
24 VDC
48 VDC
Connect
12.4
24.8
50.0
• Power Modules (page 24)
Disconnect
10.4
20.0
40.0
• Additional Distribution: Model DST-10 (UL) or DST-20A(UL) (page 58)
• Min/Max Connect/Disconnect Voltages,
user adjustable ± 15%
Rectifiers/Power Supplies
• Max continuous current: 400 amps
Rear Panel View
Chassis Ground
Return/Ground
Hot Switched Outputs
Status Contacts
Hot Power
Module Input
Summary Alarm
Hot Unswitched
Contacts
Output
Hot Battery Input/
Output
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Integrated Power Systems
The Integrated Power System (IPS) is a unique multifunction power supply which incorporates
built-in battery back-up and numerous power accessories within a single 2RU (3.5”) chassis, thus
eliminating time-consuming system integration, component sourcing and installation, while
saving precious rack space--ideal for any low-to-medium power application requiring AC fault
tolerant operation.
A precision regulated power supply/charger, back-up battery, low voltage battery disconnect,
output metering, LED status and Form C alarm contacts are all pre-wired and calibrated within the
unit for plug-and-play operation. Plug-in terminals are provided for easy wiring of an additional
parallel rectifier input, or external batteries for increased back-up capacity.
The batteries are always in-line with the load, thus there is no interruption from relays or transfer
switches in the event of AC loss. Batteries are recharged when AC is restored. A manual battery
disconnect switch allows internal or external battery service or replacement while the system is
running. Models available for -48, +24 and +12 volt applications.
Rectifiers/Power Supplies
Features
• Precision regulated power supply simultaneously maintains batteries at peak charge and
supplies system load.
•
Built-in batteries instantly power load during AC failure--no switch-over delay. 3-5 year
average life. Terminals provided for additional external batteries for increased back-up capacity.
• Terminals provided for easy addition of parallel rectifier. (48V and 24V models only)
• Automatic low voltage and manual battery
disconnect.
Input Amps
@ Full Load
Model
115 / 230
• Numerous front panel monitors--L.E.D. status
indicators and digital ammeter/voltmeter.
•
Form C summary failure alarm contacts; loss of internal rectifier output, loss of external rectifier output, LVBD contactor open. AC input failure alarm contacts optional.
•
Numerous protection features--AC input breaker, internal battery breaker, auto thermal
shutdown/recovery, current-limiting, short-circuit and over-voltage protection.
• 19” or 23”, 6” forward rackmount brackets provided
Output
Adjustment
Amps
Supplemental
Internal
Battery
Ground
VDC
Range
Continuous
Input Port*
Capacity
Reference
IPS 48-11
11 / 5.5
54.4
40-60 VDC
11
40 Amps
5 A-H
Positive
IPS 24-22
11 / 5.5
27.2
20-30 VDC
22
40 Amps
10 A-H
Negative
IPS 12-40
11 / 5.5
13.6
10-15 VDC
40
N/A
20 A-H
Negative
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Integrated Power Systems
Specifications
AC Input
Input Range (switch selectable):
115V = 92-130 VAC
230V = 184-260 VAC
Mechanical
Indicators and Alarms
Chassis: Aluminum
System "Nominal" indicator lights:
Rack Size: 19" or 23", 2 RU (3.5")
• AC OK
Cooling: Forced Air
• External Rectifier ON/OK*
Dimensions: 3.5"H x 17"W x 18"D
Frequency: 47-63 Hz
DC Output
*Except IPS-12-40
Weight: 33 Lbs. (with batteries)
• Internal Rectifier On/OK
• Battery Contactor Closed
17 Lbs. (without batteries)
Protection
System "Warning" indicator lights:
Voltage/Amperage:
See Matrix on page 28
• Current Limit, Short Circuit
• Check System
Maximum Load with External
Rectifier and Battery Inputs: 40A
• Over Voltage
• Battery Disconnected
• Auto Thermal Shutdown/
Recovery
Form C Alarm Contacts:
Regulation: Line: ± 1 %, Load: ± 2 %
Ripple: ± 1 %
• Input Fuse and Circuit Breaker
• Circuit Breaker For Internal Battery
Power Scaling via Back Panel
Quick Connects
External Rectifier Input: 24V, 48V
only; 560 or 1,000 watt
(see PM Series page 6)
• AC Input Failure (Optional)
Options
• Low Voltage Battery Disconnect (Adjustable)
AC Input Fail Contacts:
Specify 115 or 230 VAC
Internal Batteries
Rectifier/Battery Input Cable
Assembly: Model CA-24
External Battery Bank: 12V/24V/48V
Type: 12 Volt, 5 A-H Sealed LeadAcid Maintenance-Free
Environmental
Amp-Hour Capacity:
See Matrix below
Temperature Rating: -10° to + 60° C;
Derate linearly from 100%
load @ 50° C to 75% @ 60° C
• Summary Failure
Rear Support Bracket for Flush
Mounting: Model RSB-19
Distribution Panel: Models
DST-10 (UL) & DST-20A (UL)
Weight: 4 Lbs. each;
4 Batteries per Unit
Unit Supplied Without Batteries
Approvals: UL Recognized, DOT and
IATA approved for shipment by air
Top View with Cover Off
Rectifiers/Power Supplies
System Output, External
Battery & External Rectifier*
Quick Connect
Form C: AC Input Failure
Alarm (Optional)
Form C: Summary Alarm
Output Contacts
Internal Battery Bank
Power Supply/Battery
Charger Module
Low Voltage
Disconnect Circuit
19” Rack Mount
Ears Provided
System Status/Digital
Battery Condtion Meter
(V&A) Front Panel
Battery On-Line/Off-Line
Control Circuit Breaker
Front Panel
Manual Battery Disconnect
Switch - Front Panel
System Status LED’s - Front
Panel
Output Voltage Adjust
Front Panel
Internal Battery
Constat Current Performance (Amps) to 1.75 VPC
Model
IPS 48-11
5 Min.
15 Min.
30 Min.
1 Hr.
2 Hrs.
15.0
8.0
5.0
3.0
2.0
IPS 24-22
30.0
16.0
10.0
6.0
4.0
IPS 12-40
40.0
32.0
20.0
12.0
8.0
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Power Supplies - Heavy Duty Series
These super-rugged DC supplies are ideal for powering 12 and 24 volt communication equipment in
base stations, remote sites and mobile communication applications where reliability is essential. The
proven linear circuit design provides pure noise free output and long service life.
Features
Rectifiers/Power Supplies
• Excellent Regulation and Ripple Spec: Output voltage maintained within 1% under all rated line and load conditions
• Heat generated by semi-conductors is
extracted and dissipated by large heat sink fins for cool operation
•
• Protection: overvoltage, current limit; (set @ 105% of intermittent rating), thermal overload and input/output fusing
Polyurethane conformal coated PC board and corrosion resistant heavy duty aluminum case with integral shock mounts assures survival in hostile environments
Model
12 Volt Output
115-12-8
• Thermally activated cooling fan on “CD” units
Nominal
Output Amperage
Input/VAC Intermittent Continuous
115/230
8
5
Case Size
Ref.
P-2
Weight
Lbs. Kg.
10
4.5
115-12-20A
115/230
20
8
P-3
20
9.1
115-12-35CD
115/230
35
35
P-5
32
14.6
115/230
10
4
P-3
20
9.1
24 Volt Output
115-24-10
115-24-18CD
115/230
18
18
P-5
32
14.6
115-24-35CD
115/230
35
35
P-6
60
27.3
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Power Supplies - Heavy Duty Series
Specifications
Input Range
Options
105-125/210-250 VAC (selectable), 50-60 Hz; Derate to
50% output below 110 and 220 VAC
• Modify for use as a Battery Charger
Operating Temperature
• Output voltage adjust (see Output Voltage
for range)
• Transfer relay for back-up battery in event of power failure (ERC option)
Standard Units
0-50°C, Derate Linearly From 100% @ 40°C To 50% @
50°C Thermal shutdown @ 85°C Case temperature
Output Voltage
C.D. Units
0-65°C, Derate Linearly From 100% @ 50°C To 50% @
65°C Thermal Shutdown @ 85°C Case temperature
12 V Models:
13.6 VDC (Internally adjustable 12.6-14.5 VDC)
Ripple: 40mV P-P (@ 110-125 / 220-250 VAC input)
Duty Cycle
24 V Models:
24.5 VDC (Internally adjustable 21-27.5 VDC)
Ripple: 70mV P-P ( @ 110-125 / 220-250 VAC input)
Intermittent: 20 minutes max on time, 20% duty
Continuous: 24 Hours/Day 100% Duty
Regulation All Models:
1% Line and Load (@ 110-125 / 220-250 VAC input)
H
D
W
P-2
P-3
P-5
P-6
H
6.0
5.7
6.5
6.5
inches
W
D
4.6
4.8
9.5
13.0
8.5
16.3
14.0
18.75
Centimeters
H
W
D
15.2
14.5
16.5
16.5
11.7
12.2
24.1
33.0
21.6
41.4
35.6
47.6
Rectifiers/Power Supplies
Back in 1974, Newmar began
producing the Heavy Duty
Power Supply Series, the first
model designated 115-12-6A.
The unit pictured, serial number 133, came off the tug boat
“Hercules” in Galveston and
was in service for 15 years
powering a VHF radio. When
returned to Newmar as part
of our Reliability Certification
Program, it worked perfectly
and there were no records or
indications that the unit had
ever been repaired.
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Power-Pac, USAR & ERC
Power-Pac - 12 Volt
This 12 volt, 10 amp power supply features built-in back-up
batteries which are charged during normal operation and then
continue to power radios when AC power is lost. Choose 7 or
14 amp-hour battery capacity.
• Highly regulated, low ripple output for noise-free radio operation
• Battery automatically comes on-line if AC fails
• Low battery alarm and disconnect
• Terminals for wiring external battery bank for greater reserve capacity
Specifications
Input: 115/230 VAC, 50-60 Hz.; Output: 13.6 VDC @ 10A int., 5A cont.
Operating On Battery
7 A/h battery installed
14 A/H battery installed
7 amps for 40 min.
7 amps for 100 min.
10 amps for 20 min.
10 amps for 60 min.
15 amps for 10 min.
20 amps for 4 min
15 amps for 30 min.
20 amps for 15 min
Dimensions
(H x W x D) Inches
Weight
Model
Battery Capacity
Power-Pac 7
7 Amp/Hour
5.3
9.0
10.5
18
Power-Pac 14
14 Amp/Hour
5.3
9.0
10.5
24
Lbs.
Unity Stand Alone Rectifier - 24 & 48 Volt
For applications that do not require rack-mounting or
redundancy, the Unity is available as a stand-alone
rectifier. A versatile flange permits a myriad of mounting options,
such as on the side of rack rails, inside cabinets, on walls or under
shelves, maximizing use of restricted spaces.
Rectifiers/Power Supplies
A 6’ power cord and a rear-mounted terminal block for easy wiring.
Performance specifications are identical to single Unity Rectifiers
detailed on page 10.
Input
Output Voltage
(Adjustable)
Amp Cont.
Output
H
W
D
Weight
Lbs.
USAR48-3
115/230VAC, 50-60HZ
-54.4 VDC (42-56)
3
1.75
6.3
12.8
2.8
USAR24-6
115/230VAC, 50-60HZ
+27.2 VDC (21-28)
6
1.75
6.3
12.8
2.8
Model
Dimensions
Emergency Relay/Charger - E.R.C. 12 & 24 Volt
Allows emergency battery tie-in to a radio system normally operated by a
power supply. The radio connects through the ERC to the power supply and
the E.R.C. maintains the back-up battery via a trickle charge.
When AC power fails a relay automatically connects the radio to the backup battery, restoring the system within one second. When AC power is
restored the radio is automatically reconnected to the power supply and the
trickle charge resumes to the battery.
Specifications
Relay Switch Over Time: 1 sec.
Trickle Charge: 1.5 amp
Model
Amps
Dimensions (Inches)
Weight
Int.
Cont.
H
W
D
Lbs.
Kg.
ERC 12-15
15
10
2.25
2.875
4
1
.5
ERC 24-15
15
10
2.25
2.875
4
1
.5
ERC 12-35
35
30
3.875
2.875
4
2
.9
ERC 24-35*
35
30
3.875
2.875
4
2
.9
* Built to order
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DC-DC Converters
Section 4: DC Converters
DC-DC
Voltage/Power Range: 12, 24, 48, 72, 110 VDC Input, 12 or 24 VDC Output,
3 - 50 Amps
Configurations: Isolated/Non-Isolated, Step-Up, Step-Down, Stabilizers, Battery
Charger, Rack Mount, Mobile, Wall Mount, Desktop
Mobile Mount
Rack Mount
Rackmount DC Converter
Input: 24 or 48 VDC
Output: 12, 24, or 48 VDC,
15 - 30 Amps
Page 34
Standard Series
Input: 24 or 48 VDC,
Negative Ground
Output: 12 or 24 VDC,
3 - 50 Amps
Page 36
Isolated & Spike Protected Series
Input: 24, 36, 48, 72 or 110 VDC,
Positive or Negative Ground
Output: 12 or 24 VDC,
6 - 35 Amps
Page 38
Voltage Stabilizers, Mobile Mount
Stabilizer Series
Input: 12 or 24
Positive or Negative Ground
Input Output
12
12
24
24
3 - 35 Amps
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Input: 12, 24 or 48 VDC,
Positive or Negative Ground
Output: 12 or 24 VDC,
3 - 35 Amps
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Rackmount DC Converters
DC Converters
Communication sites require isolated DC Converters to provide excellent voltage regulation, low
noise, and high efficiency voltage conversion. Reliability is vital under continuous duty operation
and high ambient temperatures.
These units accept a wide input range at 24 or 48 VDC nominal, positive or negative ground, and
produce pure 12, 24, or 48 volt power. The solid state circuitry is conservatively designed and semiconductors are selected and tested to withstand 200% of normal operating power.
Output voltage is maintained within 1% for all line and load conditions and the output is well
filtered, allowing use with sensitive transceivers and telecom equipment.
Features
• 48, 24 volt inputs; 12, 24 and 48 volt outputs; positive, negative or floating ground
• High temperature rating to + 50° C with forced air cooling
• Input/Output-chassis isolation – 250 VDC
• Easily adapts to both 19" and 23" racks, flush or 6” forward mount
• 400 watt output • Output volt and ammeter
• Rated for continuous duty at full load
• Excellent regulation under all line/load
conditions
• Output voltage adjustment on front panel
• Input/output circuit breakers
• Low profile – occupies two RU (one RU space above and below recommended for cooling)
• Low ripple provides noise free output
• High efficiency – 87% typical
Input
Output
Dimensions
Model
Voltage
(VDC)
Max
Amps
Votlage
(VDC)
Adjustment
Range
Amperage
(Continuous)
Weight
(Lbs.)
Inches
H
W
D
48-12-30RM
40-60
12
13.6
12.6-14.5
30
10
3.5
19
14
48-24-15RM
40-60
12
27.2
25.2-29.0
15
10
3.5
19
14
24-48-8RM
20-30
24
54.4
12.6-14.5
8
10
3.5
19
14
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Rackmount DC Converters
Protection
• Regulation: 1% line/load
• Input and Output circuit breaker
• Ripple: +/– 1/2% peak-peak max.
• Current limited/short circuit proof
• Idle Current: 48V: <100 mA, 24V: 300 mA
• High/low input voltage shutdown
• Efficiency: 85% typical @ 50% load.
• Fail-safe components guard against output over-voltage condition.
• Operating Temperature: -20° to 50° C
• Isolation: 250 volts input-output-chassis
• Automatic high temperature power reduction starting at 65° C heat sink temp.
Mechanical
• Automatic thermal shut down and recovery @ 80° C heat sink temp. (automatic
reset @ 55° C heat sink temp.)
• Powder coated aluminum front panel, vinyl
coated aluminum case
• Mounting brackets provided for 19" or 23" rackmount, center or front
• Easy access terminal blocks on back of unit, with protective cover
• Front panel switch guard provided
• Output voltage adjustment potentiometer recessed in front panel
DC Converters
Performance
• Reverse polarity protection.
Options
•
Operation as battery charger and /or
parallel redundant operation. (Heat sink mounted oring diode installed in series with the output)
• Output Failure Alarm Contacts; Form C
Rear Panel View
DC Output Failure Contacts
Terminals
Input/Output Terminals
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DC-DC Converters - Standard Series
DC Converters
32-12-15
32-12-6
32-12-10
32-12-50
32-12-35
32-12-25
Convert 20-50 VDC input to 12 or 24 VDC negative ground output for powering communication/
navigation equipment, on negative ground systems. (see Isolated series, page 39 for positive ground
applications.) Ideal for powering voice and data transceivers in mobile applications.
Features
• Polyurethane conformal coating on PC boards and corrosion-resistant anodized aluminum case with heavy duty shock mounts assure survival in hostile environments.
• Excellent Regulation: Output voltage maintained within 1% under all line and load conditions within rating.
•
Heat generated by semi-conductors is extracted and dissipated by large heat sink fins that
maximize air contact for cool operation and
long life of components.
Model
Input voltage
Output voltage
•
Numerous converter and load protection circuits: Current limiting; automatic thermal shutdown; short circuit proof; reverse polarity and
overvoltage protection.
Output Amps
Intermittent
Continuous
Case Size
Weight
(Lbs)
(Kg.)
24-12-3
17-32
13.6
3
3
C-11
1
.45
32-12-6
20-50
13.6
6
6
C-10
2.5
1.1
32-24-6
32-50
24.5
6
6
C-10
2.5
1.1
32-12-10
20-50
13.6
10
10
C-2
4
1.8
32-24-10
32-50
24.5
10
10
C-2
4
1.8
32-12-15
20-50
13.6
15
15
C-2
5
2.3
32-24-15
32-50
24.5
15
15
C-2
5
2.3
32-12-25
20-50
13.6
25
20
C-3
7.5
3.4
32-24-25
32-50
24.5
25
20
C-3
7.5
3.4
32-12-35
20-50
13.6
35
30
C-4
12
5.5
32-24-35
32-50
24.5
35
30
C-4
12
5.5
32-12-50
20-50
13.6
50
40
C-5
16
7.3
32-24-50
32-50
24.5
50
40
C-5
16
7.3
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DC-DC Converters - Standard Series
DC Converters
Specifications
Output: 13.6 VDC (internally adjustable 12.6-14.5) or
24.5 VDC (or specify)
Ripple: 150 mV P-P maximum
Regulation: 1% Line/Load
Duty Cycle Ratings*: Intermittent - 20 minutes max on
time, 20% duty. current limit set at
approx.105% of intermittent rating. Continuous 24 hours, 100% duty *24-12-3: 2 minute max.
on time
Idle Current: Less than 100 mA (including power
“ON” light )
Operating Temp: 0-50° C, Derate Linearly From100%
@ 40° C To 50% @ 50° C. Thermal shutdown @ 70° C
Case Temperature (all models except 24-12-3)
Mechanical
• Anodized aluminum heat sink case
• Front panel terminal block
• Heavy duty mounting flange
• Conformal coated PC board
Options
• Operation as battery charger or parallel redundant operation* – derate to continuous duty rating (contact factory)
• Extreme vibration mounting kit. (Information below) * Except Model: 24-12-3
Model 24-12-3: Full output -25° to +30° C; Derate
lineraly from 100% @ +30° C to 45% @ +50° C
Switching Frequency: 40 Khz
Efficiency: 85% - Typical.
Isolation – Output/Chassis; Input/chassis: 250 VDC
Case Size
Case
H
Option: Extreme Vibration Mounting Kit
inches
W
D
6.0
Centimeters
H
W
D
C-1
2.7 4.5
6.9
11.4 15.2
C-2
4.5 5.9 11.0
11.4 15.0 27.9
C-3
6.0 4.7 14.0
15.2 11.9 35.6
C-4
6.0 4.7 16.0
15.2 11.9 40.6
C-5
6.2 6.8 18.1
15.7 17.3 46.0
C-10
2.8 4.2 10.4
7.1
10.7 26.4
C-11
3.5 3.5 1.75
8.9
8.9
The Extreme Vibration
Mounting Kit is available to
protect NEWMAR power
UNIT
converters from the extreme
stresses of shock and vibration
when mounted on high
MOUNTING SURFACE
vibration vehicles.
NUT
LOCK WASHER
FLAT WASHER
SPACER
SHOCK ISO MOUNT
The kit (pictured here) replaces
the standard vibration kit provided with the unit
and fits into the unit's mounting flange to act as a
"super shock absorber" for electronics in high vibration applications. It is available to fit all NEWMAR
units from 2 to 70 lbs. Specify KIT–L for units which
weigh 2–15 lbs. and Kit–H for units which weigh
16-70 lbs.
4.5
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DC-DC Converters - ISP Series
DC Converters
Isolated and Spike protected series converters offer the benefits of an isolated converter plus
protection against line transients and voltage spikes typically caused by large DC motors and
switching transients often encountered on fork lifts, locomotives and light rail applications. A
transient energy circuit clamps input spikes to a safe level, protecting both the converter and the
powered equipment. Rugged case construction and internal components designed for severe
vibration applications.
Features
• Wide range of input voltage
• Current limiting, short circuit proof output
• Precise output voltage
• Automatic re-setting thermal shutdown
• Reverse polarity protection
• Input transient protection
• Input fuse/Output fuse
• High/low input voltage shutdown
Specifications
Output: 13.6 VDC (internally adjustable
12.6-14.5) or 24.5 VDC (or specify)
Ripple: 150 mV P-P Regulation: +/- 2%
Line/Load
Duty Cycle Ratings*: Intermittent
- 20 minutes, max on time, 20% duty,
Continuous - 24 x .7
ISP Surge Protection
36 VDC Input:
140 joules (Watt-Seconds)
Peak Current, 2,000 Amps
72 & 110 VDC Input: 100 Joules
(Watt-Seconds) Peak Current, 12,000 Amps
Options
Operating Temp: -40° C to +80°C
Thermal shutdown @ 85° C
Efficiency: 85% - typical.
DC Isolation: 1,400 VDC Input/Output,
Input/Chassis, Output/Chassis
• Operation as a battery charger or parallel/redundant operation
(contact factory)
• High vibration mounting kit
(see page 37)
Output Amps
Case
Case Size/Dimensions
Weight
Model
Input voltage
Output voltage
Inter
Cont
Size
Lbs
Kg
36-12-6ISP†
18-65
13.6
6
6
C-7
5
2.3
36-24-3ISP
18-65
24.5
3
3
C-7
5
2.3
36-12-18ISP
20-65
13.6
18
10
C-6
8
3.6
inches/Centimeters
36-24-9ISP
20-65
24.5
9
5
C-6
8
3.6
C-6
36-12-35ISP*
20-65
13.6
35
20
C-9
12
5.5
72-12-6ISP
42-90
13.6
6
6
C-7
5
2.3
72-24-3ISP
42-90
24.5
3
3
C-7
5
2.3
72-12-18ISP
42-90
13.6
18
10
C-6
8
3.6
72-24-9ISP
42-90
24.5
9
5
C-6
8
3.6
110-12-18ISP
80-140
13.6
18
10
C-6
8
3.6
110-24-9ISP
80-140
24.5
9
5
C-6
8
3.6
C-7
C-9
H
W
D
6.0
4.6
13.7
15.2 11.7
34.8
4.25 5.9
7.7
10.8 15.0
19.6
6.0
16.5
6.8
15.2 17.3
41.9
† This model EMC and safety CE certified for sales within the European Union.
*Build to order only – 10 unit minimum
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DC-DC Converters - Isolated Series
DC Converters
This series provides voltage conversion as well as input/output isolation, allowing use of negative
ground electronics on off-highway vehicles which typically employ positive ground battery
systems. May also be used as a voltage stabilizer and filter for sensitive equipment.
Features
• Wide range of input voltage
• Automatic re-setting thermal shutdown
• Precise output voltage regulation
• High/low input voltage shutdown
• Reverse polarity protection
• Polyurethane conformal coating on PC board
• Input fuse/Output fuse
• Power “ON” light
• Total input/output isolation, pos. or neg. ground
• Rugged case designed for high vibration
applications
• Current limiting, short circuit proof output
Specifications
Efficiency: 85% - typical.
Output: 13.6 or 24.5 VDC (internally
adjustable +/- 7%)
DC Isolation: Input/Output, Input/Chassis,
Output/Chassis): 250 VDC
Ripple: 150 mV P-P Regulation: +/2% Line/Load Duty Cycle Ratings:
Intermittent - 20 minutes, max on time,
20% duty, Continuous - 24 hours,
100% duty
Case Size/Dimensions
Options
Operating Temp: 0-50° C; derate linearly
from 100% @ 40° C to 50% @ 50° C
Operation as battery charger, high
vibration mounting kit
Output Amps
Model
Input
voltage
Output
voltage
Intermittent
12-12-12I
12-24-6I
12-12-35I
12-24-18I
48-12-6I
48-24-3I
48-12-12I
48-24-6I
48-12-18I
48-24-9I
48-12-35I
48-24-18I
10-16**
10-16**
10-16**
10-16**
20-56
20-56
20-56
20-56
20-56
20-56
20-56
20-56
13.6
24.5
13.6
24.5
13.6
24.5
13.6
24.5
13.6
24.5
13.6
24.5
12
6
35
18
6
3
12
6
18
9
35
18
Weight
Continuous
Case
Size
Lbs
Kg
8
4
20
10
6
3
8
4
10
5
20
10
C-8
C-8
C-9
C-9
C-7
C-7
C-8
C-8
C-8
C-8
C-9
C-9
6
6
12
12
7
7
6
6
8
8
12
12
2.7
2.7
5.5
5.5
2.7
2.7
2.7
2.7
3.6
3.6
5.5
5.5
inches/Centimeters
H
W
D
C-6
4.6
13.7
15.2 11.7
34.8
4.25 5.9
7.7
C-7
6.0
10.8 15.0 19.6
C-8
4.25 5.9
14.0
10.8 15.0 35.6
C-9
6.0
6.8
16.5
15.2 17.3 41.9
**11.5 VDC minimum start-up voltage, then operates @ 10-16 VDC from 1 amp minimum to
full load
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Inverter-Chargers
Rack Mount Inverters
DC-AC
Voltage/Power Range:
12, 24, or 48 VDC Input
120/240 VAC Output
1000 - 5000 Watts
2U Series
Section 5: Inverter - Charger
Input: 24, 48 or 125 VDC
Output: 120 VAC, 800 - 1600 Watts
Page 42
Configurations: Rack
Mount, Wall Mount,
Mobile, Fixed
Systems: UPS,
Auxiliary AC Power
1U Series
Input: 48 VDC
Output: 120 VAC, 1000 Watts
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Mobile Mount
IC Series Inverter-Chargers
Input: 12 or 24 VDC
Output: 120 VAC, 1800 - 4800 Watts
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PS Series Inverters
Input: 12 VDC
Output: 120 VAC, 1000 - 2000 Watts
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Inverters - PS Series
The PS Series inverters produce high efficient, pure sine wave output from 12 volt battery input with
high surge power for motor start making it ideal for mobile applications. A power saving mode, with
user friendly adjustable set points, conserves batteries when not in use. A remote control/display
panel and front panel indicator lights allows for easy analysis and control.
Features
• 1000, 1500, 2000W models
• Pure sine wave 115V output
• 12V input
• High effiency ~ 90%
Inverter-Chargers
• Power saving mode conserves
battery when not in use, user adjust
able set points
• AC duplex outlet on front panel
• Status indicators lights on front panel:
• Input voltage
• Output power level
• Power Mode
• Fault status
• Remote control/display included
• Protection:
• Low input voltage
• Overload
• Short circuit
• Overtemp
• Rugged compact case, ideal for mobile and industrial applications
Remote Panel
Included
Description
Input
AC Out Continuous
AC Out Surge
Dimensions/Weight
H
W
D
Lbs.
12-1000 PS
12V
1000W @ 115V
2000W
3.46”
7.17”
15.08”
8.8
12-1500 PS
12V
1500W @ 115V
3000W
3.46”
7.52”
16.34”
10.5
12-2000 PS
12V
2000W @ 115V
4000W
6.53”
8.22”
14.5”
12.2
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Rackmount Inverters
Inverter-Chargers
These inverters provide seamless back-up power for AC powered communications equipment
from the site’s 48 or 24 VDC battery system. A fast-acting transfer switch ensures voice and data
transmissions remain uninterrupted in the event of a power grid failure or if the site utility power
is disconnected for maintenance and upgrade purposes. Built in a 2RU case adaptable for 19”
rack installations.
Features
• Pure sine wave AC output powers telecom equipment without performance degradation
• Remote Power Management optional via RS-232 port
• Continuous duty rated – full output wattage maintained even during extended
power outages
• Optional SNMP card for remote monitoring
•
1000 VA and 2000 VA models available –
easily cascaded for N+1 redundancy,
providing maximum reliability required
by data centers
• Numerous circuit and load protections:
over-current, over- temp, overload, reverse
polarity, high/low battery voltage
• Form C alarm contacts for monitoring AC “Fault” and “DC Abnormal” conditions
• Low EMI and RFI interference characteristics
• Adapts for 19” racks; occupies only
2 RU (3.5”)
• User-friendly Status and Diagnostic
LCD/LED displays
• UL and cUL listed
• Utility bypass function with fast load
transfer switch
Model
DC Input
Voltage
AC Output
Amps
KVA
Watts
Weight (Lbs.)
24-1000RM
20 - 30
50
1 KVA
800
15.4
48-1000RM
40 - 60
25
1 KVA
800
15.4
48-2000RM
40 - 60
50
2 KVA
1600
17.6
48-1000IRM*
40 - 60
25
1 KVA
800
15.4
48-2000IRM*
40 - 60
50
2 KVA
1600
17.6
125-1000RM
100 - 150
10
1 KVA
800
15.4
125-2000RM
100 - 150
20
2 KVA
1600
17.6
* I series models use IEC type AC output connector
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Rackmount Inverters
Specifications
AC Characteristics
Alarms
Voltage: 100/110/115/120 VAC (selectable using
RS-232 port and additional software); Factory set at
115 VAC
Form C (Dry Contact) terminals (two sets – “DC
ABNORMAL” and “FAULT”)
Frequency: 60 Hz. Standard, 50 Hz. Optional
Regulation: +/- 2%
Communication Interface
RS-232 port, serial cable included
Protection Features
Wave Form: Pure Sine
Outlets Rear Panel:
24-1000RM & 48-1000RM – (4 ea.) NEMA 5-15R
48-2000RM – (4 ea.) NEMA 5-20R
DC Input Fuse and Breaker, AC Input Breaker, Output
Breaker, Short Circuit, Overload, Over Temperature,
Over/Under Output Voltage, Over/Under Input
Voltage, Fan Failure Detection
Mechanical
Transfer Time: <4 ms.
Mounting: 19” Rack
Displays
Weight: 24-1000RM & 48-1000RM – 15.4 Lbs.,
48-2000RM – 17.6 Lbs.
LED: Inverter On, Overload, DC Abnormal, Fault
LCD: Inverter On, Output Voltage and Frequency,
Input Voltage, Load Percentage, DC Voltage, System
Model, Internal Environment Temperature, Utility
Status, Short Circuit, Over Temperature
Inverter-Chargers
Total Harmonic Distortion: 6% 120V/100% linear load
4% 120V/100% SPS load
Dimensions: 17.4”W x 3.5”H x 11.6”D
Options
Remote monitor via RS 232 port. SNMP card required.
Operating Temperature: 0° to 45° C
Cooling: Forced air, front-to-back
Humidity: 0-90% relative humidity
Acoustic Noise: 46 dBA @ 1 M
AC Input Breaker
AC Input
Terminal
RS-232
Optional
Card Slot
Dry Contact
Terminal
Fan
DC Input
Terminal
AC Output
Socket
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Rackmount Inverter - 48-1U-1000RM
Inverter-Chargers
This inverter provides seamless back-up power for AC powered communications equipment from
the site’s 48 VDC battery system. A fast-acting transfer switch ensures voice and data transmissions
remain uninterrupted in the event of a power grid failure or if the site utility power is disconnected
for maintenance and upgrade purposes. Built in a low profile case for 19” rack installations.
Features
• Pure sine wave AC output powers telecom equipment without performance degradation
• Continuous duty rated – full output wattage maintained even during extended power outages
• 1000 Watts – easily cascaded for N+1 redundancy, providing maximum reliability required by data centers
• Low EMI and RFI interference characteristics
• High efficiency: 88% (Full linear load at
120 VAC Output)
• Two NEMA 5-20R AC receptacles provided
• Fan aging, failure, disconnect and
blockage alarm
• All diagnostic Operation Controlled by
a microprocessor
• User-friendly Status and Diagnostic
LCD/LED displays
• Remote Power Management optional via remote control relay RS-232 port
• UL and cUL listed
• Numerous circuit and load protections:
over- temp, overload, reverse polarity,
high/low battery voltage, AC input breaker
48-1U-1000RM
• Form C alarm contacts for monitoring
Abnormal conditions
• Standard 19” 1U Rackmount
• Utility bypass, with fast load
transfer switch, <8mS
Model
• Load & temperature controlled cooling fan
See page 42 for 2000W units.
DC Input
AC Output
Voltage
Amps
Watts
36 - 60
25
1000
Weight (Lbs.)
12.7
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Rackmount Inverter - 48-1U-1000RM
AC Characteristics
Visual & Audio Alarms:
Voltage: 97-123 VAC (select using front panel
selection buttons or RS-232 port and additional
software); Factory set at 110 VAC
• Form C (Dry Contact) terminals
• Overload / Short Circuit Alarm
• Input UV / OV
Frequency: 60 Hz. Standard, 47-63 Hz. User
selectable
• Over Temperature
Wave Form: Pure Sine
• Fan Failure (Buzzer alarm)
Total Harmonic Distortion: THD < 2%
Transfer Time:
Communication Interface
From AC bypass mode: ≤ 20mS
RS-232 port, Remote control of inverter (on/off)
From Inverter mode: ≤ 8mS
Mechanical
Dimensions: 16.5”W x 1.713”H x 15.5”D
No Load Current: .75A
Over Voltage Protection: 60 VDC
Mounting: 19” or 23” Rack (Requires 19”-23”
adaptors)
Under Voltage Protection: 36-44 VDC
EMC & Safety Standards
Voltage Range:36-60 VDC
Inverter-Chargers
Input:
FCC CFR Title 47 Part 15 subpart B:2005 class B,
CISPR 22:2005 CE Marked
En55022:1998+A1:2000+A2:2003 Class B,
En55024:1997+A1:2001+A2:2003 Class B
En61000-3-2: 2006 Class A, EN 61000-33:1995+A1:2001
FCC Class B, UL60950-1, CAN/CSA-C22.2
No.60950-1 & TUV EN60950-1
Efficiency: 88 %( Full Load)
Output:
Voltage: 97-123 VAC
Transfer Switch: 15AMP/120VAC
Max Output power (3min): 1100W
Surge power: 2000W
Displays
LED: Inverter (On), AC Grid, Bypass and Alarm
LCD: 2 line LCD w/ Keypad for navigation,
Selectable functions: Input OVP, UVP voltage,
UV alarm & Alert settings, Output voltage,
Frequency settings, Online, Offline(Haphazard,
normal, Exacting) settings
Operating Temperature: 0° to 50° C Full Load,
-30°-70° C in Storage
Cooling: Forced air, front-to-back On @ Internal
> 55°C or load > 30%
Humidity: 0-90% relative humidity
Rear Panel View
DC Input
Negative (-)
DC Input
Positive (+)
Remote
Dry
Standard
Contact
RS-232
Control
Terminal
Terminal
FG
AC
Output
Socket
AC Input
Socket
AC Input
Breaker
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Inverter-Chargers
These inverter-chargers deliver pure,
sinusoidal AC for flawless operation
of all appliances and sensitive
electronics and contain charger to
replenish battery when AC is present.
Features
• Generates “Perfect Wave” 120 VAC
for powering highly input-sensitive
computers, electronic controllers/
processors
Inverter-Chargers
•
Built-in high output three stage, temperature compensated
charger for rapid battery bank
replenishment - programmable for gel-cell, lead-acid or AGM battery type with amp-hour capacity selector
• Models available for 12 and 24 volt systems
• Internal charger is activated by an autommatic transfer relay when external AC power is available. Optional Battery Integrator permits charging of multiple banks
Model
Inverter Output:
4000
6500
Watts (Cont.)
1,800
3,000
PS
PS
11 - 14
11 - 14
180
300
15
20
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[email protected]
I-2
I-3
54/25
75/35
24-2200IC
24-4800IC
Watts (Surge)
6,500
14,000
Watts (Cont.)
2,200
4,800
PS
PS
22 - 28
22 - 28
110
240
15
40
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[email protected]
I-2
I-3
54/25
75/35
Wave Type
• Operation clearly displayed with front panel status indicators-optional remote panel available
Max. Amps
• Numerous safety and circuit protections: short circuit, over load, over-temperature, ground fault protection, output circuit breaker
Max. Amps
• Thermally controlled cooling fan prolongs life
of components
Case
• Automatic low voltage shutdown circuit prevents damage to batteries due to over-discharge when using
inverter function
Weight (Lbs./Kgs)
• UL listed with full two year warranty
Inverter Input:
VDC
Charger Input:
Charger Output
Max Amps @ V
Case Size Ref.
Model
Inverter Output:
Wave Type
Inverter Input:
Optional
VDC
Remote Control
and Indicator Panel
Max. Amps
Model: ICR-2
Specify 25 or 50 feet
of wire length
Max. Amps
Case
Inches
12-3000IC
Watts (Surge)
• Large DC input terminal blocks and front panel GFCI protected outlet receptacles. AC output from the inverter may also be hard-wired
• Heavy duty powder coated aluminum construction and polyurethane coated internal circuitry—built to last in the harsh industrial environment
12-1800IC
Charger Input:
Charger Output
Max Amps @ V
Centimeters
H
W
D
H
W
D
I-2
7.5
16
15.5
19.1
40.6
39.4
I-3
10
17
16
25.4
43.2
40.6
Case
Case Size Ref.
Weight (Lbs./Kgs)
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Batteries
BM Series
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Section 6: Batteries
Battery Strings
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Battery Shelf & Module System
48 Volt
BM Series Battery Module
Installing system back-up
batteries or increasing current
capacity has never been easier.
The BM Series Battery Module,
provides the complete solution
in one low profile 2RU (3.75”)
chasis. No need for sourcing and
installing battery trays, interconnect
cable, terminals, lugs, battery breaker,
etc. The BM provides it all in one package
– sealed, maintenance – free batteries included – with easy input output plug-in connectors on the
chassis rear. Multiple modules may be paralleled for increased capacity.
The system comprises of a rack mount Battery Shelf and one or two 48 VDC Battery Modules. The
shelf and modules are sold separately.
The battery modules slide easily into the shelf and are secured in place with a rear retaining pin
and a front panel latch. Plug-in connector assemblies provided for quick connection to system load
and/or paralleling multiple Battery Modules to meet run time requirements.
Features
• Multiple shelves and modules may be paralleled for increased reserve capacity
• Battery Modules slide easily into shelf and plug quickly into DC power systems; shelf
accommodates 2 Modules
• Modules and shelf fit together in low profile design – only 2RU (3.5”)
• 19” rack mounting brackets are provided for 6”
forward mount configuration (3” relay rack rail required.)
• Internal batteries are sealed, maintenance-free
and are IATA and DOT certified for shipment by air
• Battery on-line/off-line circuit breaker/switch
controls output and provides overload protection
• Plug-in polarized connector assemblies enable quick, easy, plug-and-play installation and elimi-
nate the danger of reverse polarity connections
Batteries
Over-Current Protection: Circuit Breaker/ Switch
Temperature Rating: -15° to +50° C
Output Connector Rating: 50 amps maximum
Internal Battery
Constant Current Performance (Amps) to 1.75 VPC
Model
5 Min.
15 Min.
30 Min.
1 Hr.
2 Hrs.
BM 48-4
15.0
8.0
5.0
3.0
2.0
• Battery Type: Lead-Acid; Sealed, maintence-free AGM.
IATA and D.O.T. certified for shipment by air.
• Typical Battery Life: 3-5 years in standby use
Model
BM 48-4, Battery Module
Voltage
Nominal VDC
Float VDC
48
54.4
Model
Dimensions (In.)
H
W
D
Weight
Lbs.)
Battery Module
3.4
7.4
18.8
20
Battery Shelf
3.5
19
18.2
5
Reserve Capacity
Circuit Breaker
Protection
4 Amp-Hour
15 Amp
Model
Description
BMS-19/23 Rackmount Shelf
Accommodates 1 or 2 Battery Modules
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Battery Strings
Communication and wireless network power systems typically require back-up power capacity
at 8-10 hour rates or more. It’s important that reserve battery systems in stand-by applications are
sized properly and utilize high quality cells resulting in a long design life. Many factors must be
considered when specifying and selecting the proper batteries for these applications, including peak
and average loads, current, run time, ambient temperature, battery chemistry type, energy density,
and desired re-charge interval.
Newmar can assist you in specifying your battery strings and supply the proper charging and
monitoring system for your application. Once we determine your needs, we can have the batteries
delivered directly to your site, as part of a complete rackmount power system, a battery rack, or just
the batteries themselves. Please contact us and we’ll do the analysis for you and recommend a cost
effective, reliable turnkey system.
For related accessories, see page 84 for a selection of rackmount battery trays and page 83 for
battery disconnect panels.
Batteries
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Battery Chargers
Section 7: Battery Chargers
PTM Series
Input: 115/230 VAC
Output: 24 VDC, 67 Amps
Page 51
Ni-Cad Series
Page 55
PT Series
Input: 115 or 115/230 VAC
Output: 12, 24, or 32 VDC,
7 - 95 Amps
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ABC Series
Input: 115/230 VAC
Output: 12 VDC,
8 - 25 Amps
Page 54
110 VDC Wall
Mount Series
Input: 90 - 300 VAC
Output: 110 VDC
25 Amps
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Battery Chargers - PTM Series
Battery Chargers
The PTM series applies the “fault-tolerant” concept to 24V battery
charging systems, by using multiple independent charger
modules within the unit.
It consists of a wall mount case which serves as connection point
to AC input and battery bank output, as well as three front-facing
power bays, each accommodating a 550 watt charger module
which slides and locks in place. If a module fault occurs, a front
panel indicator is activated and the system continues operating
on the remaining modules.
The modules are easily identified and can be quickly replaced
with an on-hand spare or an exchange unit from the factory.
The system features three stage charging for rapid recharge and
optional temperature compensation for optimal battery life. See
our Phase Three Page for a complete description of the three stage
charging process.
24 Volt
General System Specifications
Input Voltage/Frequency: 90-264 VAC, 47-63 Hz, single
phase; derate linearly from 100% output @ 105 VAC to
80% output @ 90 VAC
Power Factor: .96-.99
Efficiency: 85 % typical
Nominal Charge/Float Voltages: Refer to chart on
Phase Three Page
Temperature Compensation (Option): - 5 mV per cell
per °C (typical)
Temperature Rating: 0-60° C; derate linearly from
100% output @ 50° C to 80% output @ 60° C
Recommended Battery Type/Capacity:
Gel-Cell, Flooded or Sealed Lead-Acid;
Case Material: Powder Coated Stainless Steel
Weight: Empty: 16 lbs/7.3 kg. - With three modules
installed: 34 lbs/15.5 kg.
*Note: Charge modules are shipped in the same carton
as the PTM case and are then placed in position by the
installer.
Individual Module Specifications
Models: PTM-24-22 (24 volt)
Protection Features: Input Fuse, Output Fuse, Current
Limiting, Over Voltage Protection, Cooling Fan,
Automatic Thermal Shutdown/Recovery
Output Battery Banks: 3
Compliances: CE Mark, UL Recognized; E183223,
Level 3 Safety: EN60950-1 USA, Canada, Europe
EMI Radiated and Conducted: FCC Part 15 Level A;
EN55022 Class A
Module Bays: 3*
Status Indicators: Output OK (Green)/FAULT (Red)
Status Indicators: Output OK, Low Output Voltage,
Check System/Module Fault, Battery Hot/
Reduced Output, Total Output Current Bar Graph,
Output Voltage Test Points
Weight: 6 lbs.
Alarm Contacts: Check System; Output OK/Fail
Options
PTM-24-22: 22.5 amps max in Bulk Phase; 20 amps
max in Absorption/Float Phase
Temperature Compensation Sensor: Model TCS-12/24
System
Model
PTMS-24-67
Inches
Centimeters
Modules
Installed*
Max Output
Amps
Max Input Amps
@ 115/230 VAC
H
W
D
H
W
D
3
67 @ 24 V
9 /18
20.9
10.9
8.8
53.1
27.7
22.4
Weight
Lbs.
kg.
34
15.5
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Battery Chargers - Phase Three Series
Battery Chargers
Phase Three “Smart” battery charging technology is now available in a wide range of power levels,
allowing you to select the right size, features and flexibility you require for virtually any application
from providing quick recharge of auxiliary batteries in vehicles parked in the station house,
to powering continous loads and maintaining peak charge in large battery systems in remote
communication sites as well as industrial generator and marine applications. These chargers
interact with batteries to put them through the optimum three stage charge process which provides
for fastest recovery and ideal conditioning, maximizing battery performance and extending
battery life.
A selector switch adjusts output voltage to adapt for gel-cell/flooded lead-acid/AGM battery
types. An optional temperature compensation sensor also adjusts output for ideal voltage based on
changes in the batteries' ambient temperature. All models are housed in a rugged stainless steel
case with a durable white powder coat finish, and the internal circuitry is polyurethane coated for
maximum corrosion resistance.
Features
• “Smart” circuitry provides three stage
charging—bulk, absorption, float.
• Current limiting-prevents damage from
overloading
• Wide model range covers battery system
ratings from 14-950 amp-hours
• Charger status clearly displayed with
L.E.D. and/or audible indicators or optional remote panel.
• Gel-Cell/Flooded Lead-acid/AGM
battery type switch selects optimum charge/
float voltages.
• Multiple isolated output banks; ammeter
indicates total output current. (except PT-7)
• Optional sensor adjusts output voltage based on battery temperature (except PT-7)
• Use as a power supply; can power loads
without a battery in line
• Built to last—rugged stainless steel case with a durable white powder coat finish with drip shield and polyurethane coated internal circuitry
• Numerous Safety and EMC Compliances
• Two year parts and labor warranty
Temperature Compensation:
Protection (all models):
- 5 mV per cell per ˚ C. Sensor
supplied with 25' cable and
plug-in connector
Input/Output Fuses, Current
Limiting, Thermal Protection,
Forced Air Cooling, Drip Shield
Optional Remote Panel,
Model RP:
LED's indicate charger output stage.
Button allows manual reinitialization
of three stage charge cycle. Panel
dimensions: 3” H x 4.75” W. Except
models PT 40U and PT-24-20U
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Battery Chargers - Phase Three Series
Battery Chargers
Specifications
24 Volt Models
12 Volt Models
Input VAC
(50-60 Hz.)
Input Amps @ Full
Load @ 115 VAC
32 Volt
PT-7
PT-14W
PT-25W
PT-40U
PT-80
88-132
176-264
85-264
90-132
180-264
90-264
90-264
PT-24-8W PT-24-13W PT-24-20U PT-24-45U PT-24-60W PT-24-95U PT-32-25W
85-264
90-132
180-264
90-264
90-264
207-253
90-264
104-126
2
2.8
6.5
6.8
12
2.8
6.5
6.8
12
NA
26
15
3.4
7
1.4
3.4
7
13
14
N/A
.7
[email protected]
[email protected]
.7
@ 230 VAC
1
1.4
4
P.F. Rating
>.65
[email protected]
[email protected]
.7
Max Output Amps
7
14
25
40
80
8
13
20
45
60
95
25
Output Banks
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
(Amp-Hours)
14-70
28-140
50-250
80-400
160-800
16-80
26-130
40-200
90-450
120-600
180-950
50-250
T-1
T-2
T-4
T-5
T-7
T-2
T-3
T-5
T-8
T-6
T-8
T-6
Operating Temp.
4
[email protected] [email protected] [email protected]
[email protected] [email protected] [email protected]
.7
[email protected] [email protected]
[email protected] [email protected]
Rating Reference
Case Size Ref.
Weight; Lbs./Kg.
A-1
A-2
A-2
A-3
A-5
A-2
A-2
A-3
A-5
A-6
A-6
A-4
3.2/1.5
8/4
8.2/4
11/5
15.2/7
8/4
8.2/4
11/5
12.2/6
24.1/11
24.5/11
12.2/6
Sensor Model
N/A
TP
TCS-12/24
TP
Remote Panel Model
N/A
RP
RP
N/A
RP
RP
RP
N/A
RP
N/A
RP
N/A
Equalize Option
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
M-1
M-3
M-3
M-3
M-3
M-3
M-3
M-3
M-3
M-2
M-3
M-2
CG, CE
CG, CE
CG
CG, CE
CG, CE
CG, CE
CG
CG, CE
EN, CE
EN, CE
EN, CE
EN, CE
Output Indicator Ref.
Compliance Ref.
TCS-12/24 TCS-12/24 TCS-12/24 TCS-12/24 TCS-12/24 TCS-12/24 TCS-12/24 TCS-12/24
Case Size
Temperature Rating References
Temperture
Derate linearly from 100%
T-1
-10°C to +45°C
100% @ 0°C to 80% @ -10°C
T-2
-10°C to +60°C
100% @ 40°C to 60% @ 60°C
T-3
-10°C to +60°C
100% @ 50°C to 60% @ 60°C
T-4
-10°C to +60°C
100% @ 40°C to 60% @ 60°C
T-5
-20°C to +60°
100% @ 50° to 60% @ 60°C
T-6
-20°C to +50°C
Full output
T-7
-20°C to +70°C
100% @ 45°C to 50% @ 70°C
T-8
-20°C to +70°C
100% @ 50°C to 50% @ 70°C
Compliance References*
Ref
H
A-1
A-2
A-3
A-4
A-5
A-6
10.5
12.5
13.85*
13.8A
14.8B
17.5C
Inches
W
5.0
7.7
9.5
9.8
9.6
12
Centimeters
W
D
H
2.8
4.3
4.8*
5A
5.6B
7.2C
26.7
31.8
35.2*
35A
37.6B
44.5C
12.7
19.6
24.1
24.9
24.4
30.5
D
7.1
10.9
12.2*
12.7A
14.2B
18.3C
With Dripshield Installed:
* Add .75” (1.9 cm) to height & 1.35” (3.4 cm) to depth
A Add 1.27” (3.2 cm) to height & 1.1” (2.8 cm) to depth
B Add 1” (2.54 cm) to height & .5” (1.27 cm) to depth
C Add 2” (5.08 cm) to height & 1” (2.54 cm) to depth
See matrix for applicable models
Output Indicator References
UL: UL 1950 (Per DNB report)
CG: USCG CFR 183.410 (Ignition protected)
EN: EN 60335-1, EN 60335-2-29
CE: Carries the CE Mark
M-1 Total output ammeter
M-2Charge/Float L.E.D.
* Numerous other Safety and EMC compliances may also apply. Contact factory
if further compliance information is required.
M-3Total output ammeter and
charger status L.E.D.'s/Alarms
Nominal Output Voltages at Gel/Flooded Switch Settings
(Without Temperature Compensation option installed or at 22.2˚C (72˚F) with Temperature Compensation option installed.)
Setting
Gel-Cell
Flooded/AGM
12 Volt Models
Charge @
Float @
50% load
.5 amp load
14.0 VDC
13.6 VDC
14.2 VDC
13.4 VDC
24 Volt Models
Charge @
Float @
50% load
.5 amp load
28.0 VDC
27.2 VDC
28.4 VDC
26.8 VDC
32 Volt Model
Charge @
Float @
50% load
.5 amp load
37.3 VDC
36.2 VDC
37.8 VDC
35.7 VDC
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Battery Chargers - ABC Series
Battery Chargers
These Chargers utilize time tested SCR charging circuitry, individually sensing and regulating each
of 2 isolated battery banks, allowing the user to leave the charger operating indefinitely, even
under no-load conditions without fear of overcharging. They are ideal for vehicle applications
which have an intermittent demand for battery power.
For battery systems which require high continuous output, see our Phase Three Chargers page 47.
These chargers are housed in a rugged, black anodized aluminum, heat-sink case which extracts
heat without introducing dust & moisture to the inside of the unit. The reliable ABC charger is
employed in hostile environments throughout the world; in mining equipment, emergency service
vehicles and rugged off-road applications.
All ABC chargers feature a total output ammeter, on-off power switch, power “on” indicator light,
115/230 VAC input voltage selector switch, factory installed AC power cord with molded plug and
shock-resistant rubber mounting grommets. Circuit boards are polyurethane conformal coated
for corrosion resistance and all are protected against overheating by an automatically resetting
thermal switch.
Features
• Total output ammeter
• Anodized aluminum case
• Dual independently regulated output banks
• 115/230 VAC input selector switch
• On-off switch and power “on” indicator light
• Auto-reset thermal breaker
• Vibration absorbing mounting grommets
• Conformal coating of circuit board
Model
Input
Output
Inches
Centimeters
Weight
Volts (all models)
Amps*
Volts
Banks
Amps
H
W
D
H
W
D
Lbs.
Kg.
ABC 12-8
105-125 VAC or
210-250 VAC
2/1
12
2
8
8
6.0
4.2
20.3
15.2
10.6
9
4.1
ABC 12-25
50-60 Hz.
5/3
12
2
25
11.9
4.7
6.2
30.2
11.9
15.8
14
6.4
* @ Full Load
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Battery Chargers - Ni-Cad Series
Battery Chargers
Nickel Cadmium batteries require specialized
charging regimens to safely restore their cells to full
energy capacity. Critical factors include: proper
programming for the number of cells, battery
capacity rating, voltage setting, current control, and
temperature compensation. This series of chargers
provide all these necessary features.
Charging Features
Programmable output - for selecting proper charge
regimen of Ni-cad batteries by selecting:
• Number of cells ( 5/10)
• Constant Current level
• Constant voltage
• Float voltage
• Battery capacity
Digital readout provides system status and
simplifies programming:
• Battery voltage
• Output current
• Amp-Hours supplied
• Time until end of charge cycle
Temperature compensated output adjusts
voltage based on battery temperature,
ensuring safe charging and long battery life
Power
800 Watt output power returns energy to battery
quickly; 50 amps to a 10 cell string
Design Details
• Micro-processor based circuit provides precise output per installers programmed characteristics
• Rugged industrial circuit and case
designed for wall mount applications
• Fan cooled
• High current plug-in output connector
Monitors & Alarms
Large front panel indicator lights provide easy visual
check of charger status:
• On Charge
• Easy programming via front panel display and selector switch
• Models for 115 and 230 VAC input
• Size: 11.6” H x 6.3” W x 3.3” D
• End of charge cycle
Visual and audible two tone alarms alerts
to problems:
• High battery temperature
• Over current
• High ambient temperature
• Extreme battery discharge
Preliminary Product announcement,
contact factory or view web site for specific
model details and availability.
• Battery disconnected
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Battery Charger - 110 VDC Wall Mount
Battery Chargers
NEW
This high voltage battery charger with a power output
of 3.0kW and maximum current of 27A is an ideal
battery charging solution for 110 VDC utility protection
and control equipment where 19” rack space is
unavailable.
Utilizing intelligent controller and modular rectifiers, this
stand alone wall mount high voltage battery charger is
designed for easy installing directly to a vertical surface
or used as a mobile charger. Voltage easily customized
and configured to meet specific requirements.
Fan cooled and supplied with a durable easy
clean air filter that requires minimal maintenance.
Features
• Fully featured industrial grade internal rectifier
• Large visible alpha-numeric status display
• Network monitoring available
• Configurable DC earth leakage detection option
• Wall Mount configuration leaves room for additional equipment in a 19” rack/cabinet
• High amp power connectors for ease of connection
• Hot swapable, internal rectifiers allows replacement under load
• Easily customized and configured - contact Newmar with your specifications
Model: DC110-25 WM
Specifications
AC Input: 90-300 VAC, single phase with surge
protection and 32 amp input breaker
DC Distribution Breakers
Frequency Range: 45-66Hz
Battery: 1x 32A 2 pole
Power Factor: >0.99 (full load)
Load: 1x 32A 2 pole
Mechanical
System
Weight: 24 Lbs.
Output Power: 110V (80-155V DC)
3000W @ 120V DC, 25A nominal, 27A max
Dimensions 24.4” H x 14.8” W x 3.15” D
Monitoring and Control: Full temperature
compensation, automated and manual battery
testing/equalization and three voltage-free relay
alarm outputs.
Preliminary product announcement, contact factory or view web site for more information.
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DC Power Distribution
Section 8: Power Distribution
Circuit Breaker
Distribution Panel
Page 58
Circuit Breaker & Fuse
Distribution Panel Page
Page 60
Fuse Panel
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Circuit Breaker Distribution Panel
Power Distribution
The DST Series are a high density Rackmount Distribution Panels designed to accommodate
virtually any 48 VDC, 24 VDC or 12 VDC power distribution requirement. Its flexibility makes it
ideal for all telecom site power requirements, large and small.
These distribution panels accommodate up to 10 or 20 circuit breakers (depending on model)
within a compact rackmount housing, occupying only 2 RU of rack space. The circuit breakers
feature a unique plug-in design which requires only front access for quick, easy installation during
initial power system configuration, as well as future system expansion.
Features
Model DST-20A (UL) features dual isolated 10 circuit A
and B buses, each rated at 450 amps, enabling redundant power configuration or different voltages/ground
references. A and B inputs can also be paralleled, creating a single 900 amp bus.
Model DST-10 (UL) has a single 450 amp bus which
accepts up to 10 breakers.
The plug-in circuit breakers insert securely into sockets recessed in the front access
panel. Breaker alarm contacts
provide remote tripped-breaker
alarm/indication. A“mid-trip”
function of the circuit breaker
provides quick visual identification of a failed circuit and
distinguishes between an overcurrent trip and intentional shut-off. When tripped,
the toggle handle moves to a 90° position, halfway
between the “on” and manual “off” position.
Specify the required amperages when ordering and
plug into panel during installation. Available
amperages: 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 50, 75 and 100.
Snap-in hole plugs are provided for unoccupied
breaker positions and a clear protective cover
which prevents accidental shut off of the breakers
and also provides for convenient placement of
circuit identification labels.
Input/output wiring is rear access via bus bars that
accept single or double hole lugs. Input/output buses
are secured to the load breaker sockets via solid nickel-plated copper bus material.
Rear protective cover provided: attaches to back of
panel within the 2 RU vertical rack space.
Mounting brackets are provided to adapt the panel
for 19” racks.
Note: The DST Panel is shipped without circuit breakers
installed, they are easily added at site.
DC Power Distribution
Model
Voltage
Bus
Total Circuit
Capacity
Total Current
Capacity
Dimensions (Inches)
H
W
D (Panel)
D (w/ Cover)
Weight*
(Lbs.)
DST-10
12/24/48 VDC
Single
10
450 Amps
3.5
19
11
14.4
9
DST-20A
12/24/48 VDC
Dual
20
900 Amps
3.5
19
11
14.4
12
* Weight with no circuit breakers installed
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Circuit Breaker Distribution Panel
Specifications
Compliances
Mechanical
UL Listed:
Bus Bars: Nickel-plated copper; accepts single or
double hole lugs
1801 First Edition: Subject Standard for Power
Distribution Center for Telecommunications Equipment
C22.2 No. 225-M90: Canadian Standards for
Telecommunication Equipment
Front Panel: Anodized aluminum
Top Cover, Rear Panel: Vinyl-laminated aluminum
Alarm/Indicator
CE Marked
Tripped Breaker Contacts via Rear Panel
Circuit Breakers - PBA Series
Connector; Normally Open configuration
UL Recognized
Note: Separate contacts for each bus on model
CE Marked
DST-20A
Current Ratings: 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 40, 50, 75 or 100 amps
Breaker rating stamped beside toggle for
easy reference
Voltage Rating: 80 VDC max.
Options
Type: Plug-in with Auxiliary Contacts
Rear Terminal Cover Assemblies
Power Distribution
Model: RC-DST (Provided)
Covers rear, top, sides of bus bars. (DST must be flush
mounted to rack face for installation of cover)
Model: RRC (Optional)
Covers rear, top, sides of multiple components in relay
rack. Specify 19” or 23”, 3 RU or 7 RU height. (DST may
be either center or flush mount to use cover)
Return Bus Bar Assembly - Rear Rack Mount
800 amps; Model BBA-800
Rear Terminal Cover Provided
Return Bus Bar - order separately
Model: BBA-800
Optional Rear Rack Cover - 3 or 7 RU
See page 85
See page 86
Rear Panel View
Alarm Contacts Socket
20
19
17
18
Bus B
12
16
15
13
11
8
9
10
14
DST-20A
4
7
5
6
3
1
2
Bus A
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Circuit Breaker & Fuse Distribution Panel
NEW
Power Distribution
Combination DC Power Distribution Panel Utilizes
Both GMT Fuses and Circuit Breakers.
The DST-FB panel offers a unique combination of circuit protection, utilizing both circuit breakers
and GMT fuses in a single, 2 RU rack mount assembly. This provides system integrators a flexible DC
power distribution system allowing the installer to assign low power loads to fuses and high power
loads, up to 30 amps, to circuit breaker protected circuits. The unit features dual busses, one bus
accommodating 8 plug-in circuit breakers and the second holding up to 8 GMT style fuses. Front
panel LEDs indicate power available per bus as well as blown fuse and tripped/off circuit breaker
occurrence. Tripped condition also activates form C contacts for integrating remote alarm reporting.
The panel integrates with 12, 24 or 48 volt systems, any ground reference, making the unit ideal for
any power system.
Features
• 12, 24, or -48 VDC, Positive or Negative Ground
• Integrates easily with any power system
• Dual Bus (100 amps ea.): Bus A, 8 x GMT fuses; Bus B, 8 x plug-in circuit breaker capacity (fuses and breakers sold separately)
• Easily convert dual bus into single bus with provided jumper
(200 amps max., 100A Bus A + 100A Bus B)
• Indicators: Power available LED, blown fuse LED, tripped/off circuit
breaker LED
• Form C alarm contacts
8 Plug-in
Circuit Breaker
Capacity
DST-FB Series
Available Ratings
5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30A
8 GMT Fuse
Capacaity
Available Ratings
1, 3,5, 7.5, 10, 15A
DC Power Distribution
Model
Nominal Input/Output
DST-FB
12, 24 or 48 VDC
Total Circuit Capacity
Circuit Breakers
Fuses
8
8
Total Current Capacity
900 Amps (dual bus)
Dimensions (Inches)
H
W
D
Weight*
(Lbs.)
3.5
19
11
5.5
* Weight with no circuit breakers installed
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Circuit Breaker & Fuse Distribution Panel
Specifications
Electrical
Indicators & Alarms
Nominal Input: 12, 24 or 48 VDC, Positive or
Negative ground
• Power Available LED, one per Bus (Green)
• Blown fuse LED (Red)
• Tripped/Off circuit breaker LED (Red)
Alarm Contacts: Form C, one each for Bus A & Bus B,
activates on any of the above alarm conditions
Total Circuit Capacity (16 total): 8 GMT fuses &
8 breakers
Dual Bus:
Bus rating: 100 Amps each max.
Bus A: Feeds 8 x GMT fuses, 15 Amps max., fuse rating
Bus B: Feeds 8 x plug-in circuit breakers, 30 Amps max., breaker rating
Mechanical
Chassis: Vinyl laminated aluminum with powder
coated front panel
Rack Size: 19”, 2 RU, flush or center mount
Environmental
Power Distribution
Circuit Breaker Values:
5, 10, 15, 20, 25 & 30 amp., easy plug-in via panel
front (sold separately) DST-FB series
Operating Temperature: -40 to +60°C
GMT Fuse Values:
1, 3, 5, 7.5, 10 & 15 amp, (sold separately)
Rear Panel View
1
To Individual Loads
To Individual Loads
Breaker Protected
Fuse Protected
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
RTN
BUS B INPUT
HOT
RTN
1
BUS A INPUT
HOT
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
RTN
RTN
ALARM
CONTACTS
BUS B
OUTPUTS
BUS A
OUTPUTS
HOT
HOT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
BUS A: 100A MAX.-15A MAX./POSITION
BUS B: 100A MAX.-30A MAX. /POSITON
BUS B
TRIPPED
BUS A
TRIPPED
C
C
CHASSIS
GND
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Chassis Ground
From Source B
(100A Max)
From Source A
(100A Max)
Isolated Inputs A and B Can Be Combined
Using Supplied Shorting Bars
200A Max Combined, 100A Max/Bus
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Fuse Distribution Panel
FDP-1010
Power Distribution
These fuse panels are ideal for DC distribution for low power loads in 24 and 48 volt positive and
negative ground network applications and provide enhanced system reliability via a dual input
bus which allow configuration with redundant power sources. Each input bus accommodates 10
or 20 GMT fuses (depending on model) in ratings up to 15 amps. Form C alarm contacts provide
remote monitoring of input power and blown fuse conditions. Front panel LEDs indicate normal
operation, fuse failure mode, as well as a user configured external alarm signal. Their low profile
1.75” (1 RU) occupies minimal space and can be configured for 19 inch rack mounting.
Features
• GMT Fuse holders, 15 amps max.
• Form “C” alarm contacts
• Polarity insensitive panels work with positive and negitive ground systems -/+ 24 or -/+ 48 VDC
• Power On and alarm indicator lights
• 1RU (1.75”) in height will configure to 19” or 23” rack mounting
GMT Fuse
Available Ratings
1, 3, 5, 7.5, 10 and 15 Amps
DC Power Distribution
Model
Nominal
Input/output
Total Fuse
Capacity
Amps per Bus
(Dual Bus)
Total Current
Capacity
FDP-1010
+/-24 or 48 VDC
20
100
FDP-2020
+/-24 or 48 VDC
40
100
Dimensions (Inches)
H
W
D
Weight
(Lbs.)
200A
1.75
17
11.5
8
200A
1.75
17
11.5
8
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Fuse Distribution Panel
Specifications
Nominal Input/Output: +/- 24 or +/- 48 VDC
Mechanical
Total Fuse Capacity:
• Steel case painted flat black with
white graphics
FDP 1010 - 10 GMT fuses per bus
FDP 2020 - 20 GMT fuses per bus
Total Current Capacity:
• Mounting ears provided for 19” rackmount, flush mount or 6” offset
FDP 1010: 200 amps (dual 100 amp bus)
FDP 2020: 200 amps (dual 100 amp bus)
• 1 RU (1.75”), can be zero clearance mounted directly adjacent to other equipment
Fuse Holder & Fuse Rating:
15 amps max.
Alarms
GMT Fuses, available amperages: 1, 3, 5, 7.5,
10, and 15. Other ratings available upon request
Note: Fuses sold separately
• LED status indicators:
Normal Operation
Fuse Alarm
External alarm
• External ground input alarm (bay or rack alarms)
Rear Panel Details (see illustration below)
• Input Terminal Block: Two 1⁄4” studs on
5/8” centers
Output and Alarm Terminal Blocks:
FDP 1010: Barrier Terminal Block; #22 to #10 AWG wire for fork or ring #6 screw
FDP 2020: Elevator clamp style terminal block; #26 to #12 AWG wire.
• Spare fuse holder
•
Operating Temperature
• Cable Management Bar
• Easy accessible fuse blocks
-20° to +60° C
-5° to + 140° F
Power Distribution
Front Panel Details
• Form C alarm contacts for each bus
• Clear Lexan cover protects wiring connections
Compliances
NEBS 3 Certified
Rear Panel Views
FDP-1010
FDP-2020
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Digital Instruments
These highly versatile digital instruments enable continuous
and comprehensive monitoring of fixed site or mobile AC and
DC electrical systems. They provide quick easy-to-read and
accurate information on all important aspects of electrical
system status: voltage, current, power consumed, power available and AC frequency. In addition,
abnormal system conditions such as high/low voltage trigger user-adjustable alarms.
All read-outs and programming are controlled via touch pads on the instrument face. LCD
displays are easily read, even in bright sunlight. Backlighting is provided for use at night or in
low-light installations. Instruments mount in 2 1/8” diameter hole and standard instrument faces are
available 2 1/2” square.
Model
ACE
Displays volts, amps, frequency and wattage of 115/230 VAC systems. High/low
volt/frequency alarms. Current transformer included. 2 1/2” square face
ACE-VAF-100
ACE meter, same as above with 4-1/4” x 4-1/4” square face
DCE
Displays DC volts, amps, energy used/remaining in battery system; 500 amp shunt included.
High/low voltage, low amp-hour alarms. 2 1/2”
DCE-VAH-110
DCE Meter, same as above with 4-1/4” x 4-1/4” square face
DCV
Displays DC volts for three battery banks. High/low voltage alarms. 2 1/2” square face
Power Monitoring & Control
Electrical System Meter: AC & DC
An essential tool for any electrical system installer or site
maintenance technician, the Electrical System Meter
provides extremely accurate data on all major AC
and DC electrical functions in a convenient hand-held
device with large easy-to- read LCD display.
Measures and Displays
• Voltage up to 400 VAC
• AC Current up to 200 Amps
• Frequency at 50-100,000 Hz
• DC Voltage
up to 400 VDC
• DC Current
up to 200 Amps
• Electrical Continuity
Features
• Clamping sensor allows current measurement without disconnecting wiring or
shunt installation
• Long easy-grip color coded needle-type
test probes
• Operates on two AA batteries (provided)
• Protective carry-case included
Model:ESM
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Power Monitoring & Control
Site Power Monitor - SPM-200
Page 66
Site Power System
• Alarms - Major/Minor
• Voltages
• Current
• Temperature
• Low Voltage Disconnect
Data Out
To Internet
Example of possible
sense inputs
Rectifier/Battery Charger
• DC Bus Voltage
• Output Current
Door Open
Alarm
Ambient
Temperature
DC Distribution Panels
• Bus Voltage
• Load Current
• Breaker Trip Alarm
Battery
•Voltage:
12/24/48
•Charge/
Discharge
Current
Inverter
• DC Input Voltage
• AC Output Voltage
• Alarms
Grid AC Voltage
Generator
Voltage
Solar Panel Voltage
Generator
Section 9: Power Monitoring & Control
Site Monitor & Control - SMC-300
Page 68
Remote Activation Examples
Cycle Power to Reboot
Relay
Control
Discharge Test
Electronic Door Lock
Data Out
to Internet
Control
Command
Input from
Desktop
Remote Sense Examples
Door Open Alarm
Radio Signal
Strength - RSSI
DC Amperage
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Site Power Monitor
Web-enable and integrate intelligence to any site’s AC and DC power system for 24/7
monitoring, alarm condition notification, and data logging of vital electrical functions. All
programmable, accessible, and managed via the Internet: TCIP or SNMP. View current conditions
and log 30 day history of DC and AC power status at remote sites before dispatching personnel.
The Site Power Monitor is designed specifically for monitoring power supplies, rectifiers, batteries,
converters, inverters, UPS, distribution panels, and AC power at communication sites, base stations,
and outdoor enclosures via Ethernet or Wireless connection. The palm sized unit can be rack,
DIN-rail, or wall mounted and is easily adapted to virtually any make of power system via nine
sensor input ports which capture and stream critical data via the internet for analysis and logging
of site history. Web page based programs are easily user configured for site parameters with up to
50 desired alarm conditions settings and multiple automatic notification options by e-mail, PDA,
and mobile phone.
Power Monitoring & Control
Sites without internet access can use the monitor solely as a data logger that captures and retains
30 days’ data, ready for download to lap top for site history file and analysis of component
performance and failure conditions.
Sensor Data
Firmware
Optional Accessories
• DC Bus/Battery Voltage
• Programmable Alarms
• Video Cameras
• DC System Amperage/
Battery Charge-Discharge Current
• Data Logging
• 12 or 24 volt wall plug power supply
• AC Voltage
Reporting Via
• Ambient Temperature
• Internet – Software Included
• Dry Contacts/Alarms
• E-Mail
• Ethernet Camera
• Multi-site software
• Rackmount Panel
• Sensors
• Water
• Door/Window open alarm
• Fire/Smoke detector
• Shunts
• Cell Phone
Model
SPM-200
Input
9 - 60 VDC, neg./pos ground, 250 mA max.
Dimensions (Inches)
H
w
D
3.27
4.66
2.18
Weight
1 Lb.
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Site Power Monitor
Monitor Inputs: 9 Total
Voltage
Data Screens
DC: 3 Ports:
• Sensors
• 2 each: 0-40 VDC
• Alarm settings (customized web page)
• 1 each: 36-60 VDC
• Data logging
• Accuracy: +/- 2%
• Camera feeds (4 max.)
AC: 2 Ports:
Data logging: Remote Or Download Locally:
• 120/240 ( 90-264) utility power (L-N or L-L)
• 120/240 inverter output (floating)
• 30 days + rolling history with 30 second
interval refresh
• Accuracy: +/-2%
• CSV file compatible
DC Current: 1 Port
Images: Ethernet Camera Enabled
• +/- 100mv, 100 amp differential shunt voltage
Alarms
• Read battery charge/discharge current, or load current
• Optional Shunt required for monitor package: P/N 575-2000-0
• Accuracy: +/-3%
Dry Contact Switch Sensors: 3 Ports
• Possible uses: door open, water leak detection, smoke alarm, component fail, breaker trip, high temperature Sensor
• Located outside case of unit
• Range: -40 to +60° C, -40° to +140° F
• Accuracy: +/-0.5° C
• 50 user configurable all with separate high/
low trip settings
• Notification by Via Internet, e-mail or
mobile phone
• User-programmable notification to 5 different e-mails addresses
Diagnostics/Indicators/Controls
Front panel LED’s:
• Input Power ON/OK
• System OK
• Flashing Activity Indicator Ethernet port
• System reset button
Reporting
Protections
• Reverse Polarity
• HTTP - Web Access, Self-generated Web-page
• Input overvoltage
• SNMP - MIB with Gets, Traps, and Clears
• External 1A slo-blo fuse provided for DC power input
• Alarms - HIGH and LOW trip, 50 max, user-
programmable
Mechanical
• Logging - Excel logs created, time stamped, continuous graphing
Case: Aluminum, powder coat
• SMTP/POP3 - email alerts, POP password
• Wall mount
• Data Formats: XML, PDA, WAP (cell phone)
• DIN-rail
• Optional Console - Multiple Site Monitor with log aggregation and thumbnail camera views
• 19 inch rack mount (via optional bracket)
• Remote Firmware upgrades - no need to visit the site.
• Compression screw terminal block
• Local Data downloading and programming require and RJ-45 cross over cable
(not included)
Power Monitoring & Control
• Ethernet Port connection: RJ-45, 10/100 auto
sense
Mounting options:
Input Ports:
• 14-26 AWG wire
Optional Accessories
• Video Cameras
Environmental
• 12 or 24 volt wall plug power supply
• Operating Temperature range -20° C to 60° C
• Sensors
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Site Monitor & Control
The Site Monitor and Control unit allows you to download real time data, and control devices
remotely from your desktop or mobile phone. Remotely activate DC or AC devices, no more driving
to a mountain top to cycle power to re-boot a piece of gear, perfom a battery
discharge test, or start and monitor the output of a generator.
Numerous power sensors options lets you configure onsite input to meet particular needs. Monitor
DC volts/amps, temperature and alarms. Easy to use web based reports utilize Linux® operating
system provide real time status, and logging feature stores data graphically for further analysis and
forensics. In addition to the power sensors, the system monitors 5 different alarm channels: such as
a door, open, smoke, water, etc. Also monitors transmitter signal strength of radios with
RSSI output.
Power Monitoring & Control
Features
• Monitors basic electrical functions: battery voltage, charge/discharge rate
• Remotely control two built-in relays that can be wired to AC or DC functions, such as:
•
• Start/Stop generator
Monitor critical site environmental conditions:
temperature, door open alarms, smoke/ fire detectors, including 2 USB ports for cameras and other equipment
• Cycle power to re-boot lock-up conditions
• Set alarm notification points: reported by e-mail or cell using SMS text messages, SNMP traps
• Disconnect batteries or rectifiers for
system power test
Automatically cycle various loads based on site condition parameters you set from desktop, example cycle ventilation fan when ambient temp reaches critical level
• Customize data screens per site
input configuration
•
• Customize monitoring programs and upload to SMC control board
• Optional board provides 5 additional controllable relay ouputs, connects into USB port
Model
SMC-300
Powered By
Power Consumption
12 - 60 VDC, neg./pos ground
1.2 Watts
Dimensions (Inches)
H
w
D
4.38
10.25
2.3
Weight
3 Lb.
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Site Monitor & Control
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Graphic Functions
12 - 60 VDC, pos. or neg ground
• Voltmeter
Power Consumption
• Ammeter
1.2 Watts
• Temperature
Inputs
• Interval: day, week, month, year
• 1 Ethernet (10/1000 Mb/s)
Alarm Alerts
• 3 DC inputs configurable to sense
combination of:
• Email
• DC Volts: +/- 100
• SMS messaging
• DC Amps: 50 - 1000 A
(one 100A shunt provided)
Mechanical
• 4 General purpose I/O pins (3.3 VDC in or out)
• Onboard Temperature Sensor: -25° to 100° C
• 5 alarm pins for external alarm contacts
• Mounting: wall, shelf or rack using model BPL-3 rack bracket (3RU)
• End panel wiring ports and fully size removable cover allows easy access to connections
• 2 USB 2.0 ports
• 2 control relays, 5 amps DC or AC (240V)
controlled, each with manual override button for onsite testing
• Optional board for 5 additional
control relays
• Compact size: 4.38” H x 10.25” W x 2.3” D
• High impact plastic box with clear cover allows viewing of board mounted status lights
• Operating temp: -30° - +85° C
Options
• 1 console serial port
• Signal strength for radios equipped with
RSSI output
• USB plug-in board expands relay capacity
by 5 additional outputs for remote control of AC/DC equipment onsite, model REB-5
Power Monitoring & Control
Example of Data Log Screen
Average Load
Amps
System Load Average
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Low Voltage Disconnect
Section 10: Low Voltage Disconnect
Rack Mount
Unity Low Voltage
Disconnect & Monitor
Input: 12, 24, or 48VDC
Current Rating: 100 Amps
Page 71
Mobile/Wall Mount
Low Voltage Disconnect
Input: 12, 24, or 48 VDC
Current Rating: 30 - 75 Amps
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Low Voltage Disconnect
Rack Mount LVD & Monitor
This 1RU assembly contains numerous DC control and monitoring features that integrate power
and distribution components into a highly functional system. Built in features include: low voltage
disconnect, digital monitor of voltage and amperage, battery disconnect breaker, and alarm
contacts. The digital display monitors bus voltage, battery voltage, system output current, and low
voltage connect/disconnect set points. Alarm contacts actuate on low voltage and battery
disconnect conditions. Rear panel bus bars provide ample terminal landings for easy integration
with rack mount rectifiers, distribution panels and batteries.
Features
•
with adjustable low battery alarm contact alerting to impending system shutdown
Digital monitor displays system bus voltage, battery voltage, total rectifier amperage, and connect/disconnect voltage set points, and system ambient temperature
• 100 amp battery disconnect breaker for system protection and easy testing and maintenance
• For use with 12, 24, and -48V systems
• Form C alarm contacts
• Solid state (FET) low battery voltage disconnect with adjustable set points and manual over ride switch for system maintenance/testing, • All these functions in a compact 1 RU unit,
minimizing system rack space
Specifications
Electrical
Environmental
Voltage Range: 8 to 65 vdc
Operating Temperature range:
0 to +60° C
Grounding: Positive or Negative
(polarity insensitive)
Battery Breaker: 100 Amps with
handle guard
Meter Power Source
Selector Switch:
Rectifier/Battery allows meter read
if loss of AC or DC power
Protection
Alarms/Indicators:
Battery: 100 amp circuit breaker
• Form C alarm contact activates on LVD Open or Battery
Breaker trip
Low Voltage Battery Disconnect:
100 Amp, solid state (FET)
Reverse Polarity:
Polarity insensitive design
LVD Set Points and Adjustment
Range.
Indicators/Adjustments/Alarms
Mechanical
Meter: Display (via front panel
selector switch)
• DC volts
Chassis: Aluminum, black
powder coat
• Form C low battery alarm
contact activates on LVD
pre-disconnect condition
• Front panel red LED activates
on any alarm condition
• DC Amps
Terminals: Plated copper. Landings
for up to three rectifier inputs, with
separate battery bus
Cooling: Convection
• LVD thresholds: Connect
& Disconnect
• Ambient Temperature
• Adjustable brightness
• Default settings restore feature
VDC
DisConnect
Adj.
connect
Range
12V
24V
10.4V
21.0V
12.2V
24.5V
10-16V
20-30V
48V
42.0V
49.0V
40-60V
Model
ULM-100
Nominal Voltage
12, 24 or 48, pos.
or neg. ground
Max. Continuous
Current
100 Amps
Dimensions
(Inches)
Weight
(Lbs.)
H
W
D
1.75
19
11
6.25
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Low Voltage Disconnect
Low Voltage Disconnect
Discharging batteries beyond a critical low voltage can damage the batteries as well as sensitive
electronic loads, and require a longer recharge interval. A low voltage disconnect prevents this
condition. The LVD contains a sense and control circuit housed in a compact, rugged, vinyl-clad
aluminum case. It is installed in-line between the battery and the load. The unit continually
monitors battery voltage and if it falls below a preset voltage threshold, the load is automatically
disconnected. When batteries are recharged past another pre-set voltage the load is reconnected.
Connect and disconnect points are user adjustable.
Ideal for mobile or wall mount, see page 71 for rack mount.
Model
Factory Set Actuation Points
Input
Voltage
Contact Current
Rating
Disconnect
Connect
Adjustment
Range
LVD 12-30
12V (Neg Ground)
30 Amps
10.4 VDC
12.2 VDC
9 - 15 VDC
LVD 12-75
12V (Neg. Ground)
75 Amps
Charging
10.4 VDC
12.2 VDC
9 - 15 VDC
Load
LVD 24-50
24V (Neg. Ground)
50 Amps
21.0 VDC
24.5 VDC
18 - 30 VDC
LVD 48-30
48V (Pos. Ground)
30 Amps
42.0 VDC
49.0 VDC
38 - 60 VDC
For high current model, see Power ULM-100 - opposite page
Specifications
Source
LVD
Battery
Typical LVD Installation
Operating Temperature: 0-50 °C
Mechanical
Case: Powder coated aluminum
Dimensions (Mounted Vertically, All Models):
Charging
Source
LVD
Radio
5.25” H x 5.25” W x 3.5” D
Weight: 2 Lb.
Battery
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DC UPS & Power Control
Start Guard
Nav Pac
Stabilizers
Page 74
Page 76
Page 77
Page 78
Noise Filters / APS
TMR 30N Timer
Battery Integrators
Page 79
Page 80
Battery Isolators
Section 11: DC UPS & Power Control
MDP
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Mobile DC UPS: MDP-25
Inter fa
With M ces
o
810 Wo torola ®
rk Stati
ons
& MVX
1000 V
ideo
Record
ers
DC UPS & Power Control
The MDP-25, is a DC UPS that solves the common problem of lengthy reboot sequences, system
crash, data and hard drive corruption in mobile computer work stations due to a low voltage and
loss of power as a result of intermittent or poor vehicle battery condition. In addition, it provides a
low voltage output warning signal to terminals (such as Motorola® MW 810 work stations and MVX
1000 video recorder) allowing orderly automatic shutdown of the powered device, protecting data
and preventing hard drive corruption.
When primary vehicle voltage drops below a critical point, the internal 9AH battery switches
on-line in milli-seconds, assuring no interruption to the powered device(s). An internal 3 step,
temperature compensated charger maintains the reserve battery at full charge, when a fault or
degradation of primary vehicle battery occurs. This functionality assures continued operation of
mobile computers under a variety of adverse vehicle battery conditions. The unit also contains a
noise filter and voltage spike proctection circuit, providing clean power to electronics.
Housed in a rugged aluminum case and heavy duty mounting plate, the unit is designed for
installation in emergency and utility vehicles, that require a steady and clean source of voltage for
mobile computers, work stations, and electronics.
Features
Protects mobile computers against system crash,
lengthy reboot sequences, and loss of data due to
• Voltage dip during engine cranking
• Voltage drop and decay due to loading high power accessories, and aging batteries
• Voltage loss due to cycling of master disconnect switch and battery failure.
• Noise, interference or voltage spikes
Provides supplemental voltage in milli-seconds to
mobile electronics when low vehicle battery
is sensed.
Provides output warning signals to mobile computers
(such as Motorola® MW 810 work stations and
MVX 1000 video recorder)
• Initiates low voltage shut down sequence in mobile computer, protecting data and hard drive.
• Alerts when system is operating on battery back-up
Internal 3 stage, temperature compensated
charger maintains back-up battery in fully
charge stand-by state
• Provides reserve (isolated) power power source,
12 volts @ 5 amps for 60 minutes, 10 amps for 20 minutes, 25 amps for 8 minutes
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Mobile DC UPS: MDP-25
Specifications
Input range: 10.2V – 15.5V (start-up @ 11.5V)
Battery Specification
Standby Current Draw: <50mA - operating mode,
<30 mA sleep mode
• 9 AH, sealed Lead Acid – typical life 5 years, easily replaced via front panel access door.
Output: 12 VDC
Maximum Load Current: 25 amps
Battery Connect Sequences
Internal battery switches online when
vehicle battery voltage = 10.0 V ± 1.0 V (Vehicle battery disconnects after 3 seconds if low voltage condition persists)
• Vehicle battery reconnects @ 11.5 V ± 1.0 V
• Internal Battery Low Voltage Disconnect:
< 9.6 V
Temperature rating
Power delivery @ > 10.2 volts @ 25°C
• 5 amps @ 60 minutes
• 10 amps @ 20 minutes
• 25 amps @ 8 minutes
• Voltage Spike Protection: Transient energy
capability; 100 Joules, 4,000 amps Max (8 x 20
micro seconds)
DC UPS & Power Control
•
•
• Output Signals for terminals (such as Motorola® 810 work stations and MVX 1000 video systems):
• When imminent Voltage decay to 11.5 VDC is projected (adjustable set point)
• On Charge/Discharge
Operating temp: 0 – 50° C
• Internal Battery Charger
Mechanical
• Aluminum case with access door for easy removal of battery
• Charge Current: 2 amps max., three-stage (Bulk, Absorption, Float)
• Temperature Compensated
• Heavy duty mounting suitable for
commercial vehicle use
Model
MDP-25
Dimensions (Inches)
H
W
D
Weight
(Lbs.)
5.75
6
8.5
9.4
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Mobile DC UPS: StartGuard
DC UPS & Power Control
The abrupt DC system voltage drop that accompanies engine starting can cause micro-processor
based voice and data transmitters to “dump” programmed memory.
StartGuard solves this problem by providing supplemental voltage to sensitive electronics while the
engine is cranked. It contains a sealed rechargeable battery which is switched on-line to electronics
when sensing the starter switch or solenoid is engaged. When the engine is running, the StartGuard
automatically goes off-line and the internal battery is recharged by the alternator.
Specifications
Input Voltage: 13.8 - 14.8 VDC nominal, 15.5 VDC
max.
Relay Activation Input Voltage: 7-15 VDC
Battery:12 VDC, sealed rechargeable, 5- 7 year life
(typical), 5 amp-hour capacity, Certified by DOT and
IATA for shipment by air.
Back-up Capacity (Fully Charged): (See matrix)
Output: 20 amps max.
Provides Voltage Protection During Engine Start
NO VOLTAGE DROP HERE
DC INPUT
PROBLEMS HERE
VOLTAGE DIPS
CAUSED BY
ENGINE STARTING
Model
NS-12-20
Input
13.8-14.8 VDC Nominal
15.5 VDC Max
NO PROBLEMS HERE
Back-Up Capacity
1 Minute 2 Minutes
20 amps
18 amps
Inches
Dimensions
Centimeters
8.25 x 4.9 x 3.5
20.1 x 12.5 x 8.9
Weight
Lbs
Kg.
5.5
2.5
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Mobile DC UPS: Nav-Pac
Now
Availa
ble in
24 Volt
DC UPS & Power Control
Mobile communication electronics such as programmable two-way radio and data transceivers,
vehicle location systems and other microprocessor-controlled devices require clean and steady DC
input power. Their sensitive circuitry is highly vulnerable to voltage drop from engine start, noise
and line spikes from alternators and motors, and conducted noise from various other electronic
devices. NAV-PAC prevents all of these problems and is in use by thousands of Emergency Vehicles
nation wide.
Features
• Prevents voltage “drop-out” during engine start
• Absorbs line “spikes”
• Provides supplemental voltage/battery back-
up for up to 15 min.
• Remote monitor panel provided
• Filters out electrical interference
Specifications
Output: 12 Volt @ 20 amps max.
24 Volt @ 15 amps max.
Battery: Sealed Rechargeable 5.0 Amp-Hour, 5-7
years typical life, can be replaced. Low-voltage disconnect circuit protects battery from total discharge.
Certified by DOT and IATA for shipment by air.
Noise Filtering: Audio through 200 MHZ
Voltage Spike Protection: Transient energy capability;
100 Joules, 4,000 amps Max (8 x 20 micro seconds)
Back-Up Power
12V
24V
8A for 15 minutes
8A for 15 minutes
12A for 8 minutes
12A for 8 minutes
18A for 2 minutes
15A for 2 minutes
20A for 1 minutes
----------------------
Size (H x W x D):
12V: 5.25" x 6.2" x 7.4" (13.3 X 15.7 X 18.8 cm)
24V: 6.0” x 6.75” x 7.5” (13.3 x 17.14 x 19 cm)
Weight: 12V: 5.9 lbs. (2.7 Kg.)
24V: 8 lbs. (3.6 Kg.)
Panel Dimensions: 3.5” W x 2” H (8.9 x 5.1 cm)
U.S. PATENT #: 5172292
Provides Continuous Voltage Protection
POWER STATUS PANEL
12 Volt Only
(Provided)
RADIO
Model
Description
Nav-Pac-20
Nav-Pac, 12V, 20 Amps
Nav-Pac SW
Nav-Pac, 12V, 20 Amps
with On/Off Switch
Nav-Pac-24V
Nav-Pac, 24V, 15 Amps
DATA TRANSCEIVER
VEHICLE LOCATOR
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DC Power Conditioners
12 & 24 Volt Stabilizing Converters
Feed sensitive electronics with proper voltage regardless
of battery condition. These stabilizing converters provide
continuous, precisely regulated output over the entire range
of a battery's usable voltage. This prevents subjecting loads to
fluctuating input voltage which can cause shutdown, diminish
performance and possibly damage sensitive circuitry.
DC UPS & Power Control
These converters provide total input/output isolation, virtually
eliminating conducted line noise and permitting connection of
negative ground loads to positive or floating ground systems,
or vice versa. They can also be modified for use as battery
chargers, allowing maintenance of a battery at a great
distance from the charging source, providing reserve power if
the main source fails. The rugged anodized aluminum case is
ideal for mobile applications.
12-12-3I
Application Benefits Include
Options/Factory Modifications
(contact factory for details)
• Operate electronics at optimal input voltage, even from nearly drained batteries
• Operation as a battery charger
• Boost voltage to compensate for voltage drops in long wire runs from batteries
• Parallel/redundant operation
• Non-standard output voltage
• Eliminate voltage drops during momentary high current drain from batteries, as during engine start
• Eliminate voltage fluctuation from charge sources
• Eliminate voltage overshoot due to sudden
removal of high current load
12 Volt System
24 Volt System
Input
Input
56 VDC or
30 VDC
16 VDC
Output
27.2 VDC or
24.5 VDC
Output
13.6 VDC
10 VDC
16 VDC
Model
Input
voltage
Voltage
12-12-3I
10-16
13.6
20 VDC
Output
Amps
Intermittent
330 VDC
Amps
Continuous
3
or
Case
24.5
VDCSize (H x W x D )
Weight
inches
Centimeters
Lbs.
Kg.
3.5 x 3.5 x 1.75
8.9 x 8.9 x 4.5
1
.45
12-12-6I
10-16
13.6
6
6
3.5 x 3.5 x 1.75
8.9 x 8.9 x 4.5
1
.45
12-12-12I
10-16*
13.6
12
8
4.25 x 5.9 x 14.0
10.8 x 15.0 x 35.6
6
2.7
12-12-35I
10-16*
13.6
35
20
6.0 x 6.8 x 16.5
15.2 x 17.3 x 41.9
12
5.5
24-24-3I
20-32
27.2
3
3
6.0 x 6.8 x 16.5
15.2 x 17.3 x 41.9
12
5.5
24-24-7I
20-32
27.2
7
7
7.0 x 3.5 x 1.75
7.0 x 3.5 x 1.75
2
.9
48-24-9I
20-56
24.5
9
5
4.25 x 5.9 x 14.0
10.8 x 15.0 x 35.6
8
3.6
48-24-18I
20-56
24.5
18
10
6.0 x 6.8 x 16.5
15.2 x 17.3 x 41.9
12
5.5
*11.5 VDC minimum start-up voltage, then operates @ 10-16 VDC from 1 amp minimum to full load
See page 19, for additional Isolated Series Converters specifications and mechanical description.
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Noise Filters & Automatic Power Selector
Noise Filters
The interference or electronic “noise” generated by alternators,
ignition systems, motors, etc., can render a vehicle’s radio, data
receivers or other electronic equipment making them virtually
useless. This interference takes the form of popping or static
on radios or audio gear and garbled images or “hash” on
video displays.
DC UPS & Power Control
These specialized filters can be used singly or in
combination to attenuate conducted line noise, either at
the affected equipment or at the noise source. The “PC”
models feature inductor and capacitor circuit that filters
both the “+” and “–” leads.
Filter Features
• Heavy duty construction
• Operate on 6-48 VDC systems
• Integral mounting flanges for secure installation
• Nickel-plated brass stud connectors on alternator filter (model 150A) accommodate high current cables and terminals
• Color coded wire leads on all other models make in-line installation easy
Model
Description
150A
Alternator filter, 150 amps
PC-10
Affected equipment inductor/capacitor, filters “+” and “–” leads, 10 amps
PC-25
Affected equipment inductor/capacitor, filters “+” and “–” leads, 25 amps
Automatic Power Selector
The Automatic Power Selector (APS) is a solid state device which
enables installation of a seamless, redundant power system for
critical electronic loads. It selects the higher voltage of two isolated
DC power sources and routes power to the load. Should one source
falter or fail, the other will automatically supply the load with no
transfer delay, operation continues uninterrupted.
APS-70
Easy installation, two
independent power sources
are wired to the APS and
routed in a single output to
the vital load. Rugged,
rust-proof anodized
aluminum case.
Typical Installation
Battery or
Power Supply 1
Battery or
Power Supply 2
Critical Loads
Model
Max Loads
Voltage Rating
Dimensions (Inches)
Weight (Lbs.)
APS-70
70 Amps
6-50 VDC, neg. ground
3.25” x 4.5” x 3.1”
2
APS-160
160 Amps
6-50 VDC, neg. ground
9.0” x 4.5” x 3.1”
5
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Power Timer
DC UPS & Power Control
Eliminate dead vehicle batteries caused by power drain from radios and data terminals that must
operate while the engine is off. Allows use of accessory loads per programmed time limit while
preserving battery for engine start.
Features
•
Programmable disconnect time limit, 15 minutes to 8 hours, so that you can match your auxiliary load use to battery capacity, providing maximum run time yet still ensuring adequate reserve for
engine start
• Prevents dead batteries due to accessories being left on and forgotten
•
Once power off circuit is activated, power to
auxiliary circuits is automatically restored when engine started. Optional ignition sense input resets power ‘on’ without having to start engine; no delay in use of equipment
• Low and High Voltage Disconnect
• Simple 3 wire installation:1) Power in from battery, 2) power out to loads, 3) chassis ground.
•
Rugged construction, powdered coated case with epoxy potted components with waterproof time-out setting switches. Designed to withstand 80° C and vibration of engine compartment applications,
and perform in demanding emergency
vehicle applications
• 30 amp rating: can be applied to multiple auxiliary loads/circuits. Multiple devices can be left on
during emergency calls without running engine
Timer Circuit Configurations
Mechanical
Wiring
Range: 15 min - 8 hours
Increments:
Minutes: 6, 15, 18, 24, 30, 45
Hours: 1, 1.5, 2, 3, 4, 8
Programming: Dip switches on top
of unit
Case: Powder coated steel with
epoxy potted components
Input
Specifications
Rating: 12 volt nominal, 30 amps,
13 mA standby current
Protection: Low and high voltage
disconnect,
Low < 10.5V with 10 second delay
High > 15.0V with 3 second delay
Operating Temperature: -20 to
+80° C
Size: (H x W x D): 1.25” x 4.25” x 2”
Weight: 1Lb.
• + DC (fuse provided)
• - DC
• Ignition sense
LED’s Indicate Output Status
Ouput
Present, Ok
• + DC to loads
Present, On Timer
Disconnected, Timed Out
Disconnected, Low Voltage
Model
TMR-30
Dimensions (Inches)
H
W
D
1.25
4.25
2
Weight
(Lbs.)
1
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Battery Integrators & Isolators
Battery Integrators
Charging multiple battery banks without use of diode
isolators dictates that the batteries be connected or
“integrated” only whenever a charge voltage is present
so that they may be charged simultaneously, then
disconnected or “isolated” when in use to allow for
selective discharge and avoid having the secondary or
standby battery drain into the primary battery.
The Battery Integrator causes no voltage drop in the
charging system, while the multiple batteries are
charged as a single bank whenever a charging source of
approximately 13.2 VDC or 26.4 VDC or greater is present
(depending on model).
When the alternator or charger is off or a large load
causes the voltage to drop below the disconnect point
the unit breaks the common tie between the banks.
This allows selective battery discharge and prevents
“dumping” of a higher-charged bank into a lowercharged bank. The unit may also be remotely activated
to connect other batteries through the key starter or a
manual switch to provide an added “boost” from the
secondary battery whenever the starter is engaged and
the unit senses there is sufficient voltage in that battery to
provide an assist.
DC UPS & Power Control
Battery Integrators perform this function automatically,
acting as a “smart” switch to connect independent
battery banks only when a charging voltage is present.
Otherwise, they are isolated, and discharge between
banks is prevented.
Typical Installation
Inverter-Charger
Charger or Alternator
Primary
Battery Bank
Battery
Integrator
Secondary
Battery Bank
Model
Voltage
BI-100
12 VDC, 100 Amps Max.
BI-200
12 VDC, 200 Amps Max.
BI-24-100
24 VDC, 100 Amps Max.
Battery Isolators
Heavy duty isolators allow charging multiple
batteries automatically from one or two
alternators and prevent discharge from
one battery bank to another. Each battery
is charged according to need without
overcharging. Rated for 12-48 volt negative
ground systems
Model
Alternator
Inputs
Battery Bank
Outputs
Alternator
Amps
1-2-70
1
2
70
1-3-70
1
3
70
1-2-120
1
2
120
1-3-120
1
3
120
2-3-70
2
3
70
2-3-120
2
3
120
1-3-165
1
3
165
NOTE: These battery isolators are not compatible
with self exciting alternators. Please consult the
manufacturer of your alternator if you are unsure
of your configuration.
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Rack Mount Accessories
Battery Disconnect Panels
Page 83
Battery Trays
Page 84
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82
Bus Bars/ BBA-800 / GB-19
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Misc – QCK / RRC
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Battery Disconnect Panels
BDP-1
• Provides over-current protection in high current battery wiring applications
• Provides a convenient means of disconnecting batteries from power plant during servicing
• High current single pole breaker is mounted into 2UR rackmount panel
• Auxiliary contacts (form C) provide tripped breaker signal to power plant monitor
• Adapts for 19" racks
• Voltage Rating: 12, 24 or 48 VDC
Model
Battery Strings
Available Amperage
BDP-1
1
50, 75, 100
BDP-2
2
50, 75, 100
Rack Mount Accessories
125 to 400 Amp panels available
by special order - contact factory
We can supply your battery requirements,
see page 49 for battery ordering information.
BDP-2 wired for 24V application
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Battery Trays & Equipment Shelves
Battery Trays
• Heavy gauge cold rolled steel trays fit standard 19” racks
• Ideal for holding up to four 100 amp-hour front terminal batteries
• Powder coat finish
• Mounting hardware supplied
• 23” trays also available in various depths. Contact factory and
specify requirements.
Model
Tray Area
Weight Capacity
Colors
Ship Weight
BT 19” x 19”
17.25” x 19.04”
BT 19” x 21”
17.25” x 22.3”
350 lbs
Black
12 lbs
400 lbs
Black or Gray
17 lbs
Adjustable Equipment Rack Shelves
• Fits standard 19” racks
• Adjustable depth for balancing and desired front projection
• 16 gauge cold rolled steel with powder coated finish
• Flanged sides for added strength
• Supports up to 200 lbs.
• Mounting hardware included
Rack Mount Accessories
Model
Shelf Area
Weight Capacity
Colors
Ship Weight
RS 19” x 16” Adjustable
17.56” x 16”
200 lbs
Black or Gray
10 lbs
RS 19” x 20” Adjustable
17.56” x 20”
200 lbs
Black or Gray
11 lbs
Ventilated Equipment Rack Shelves
• Fits standard 19” racks
• Vent holes in tray bottom allow air flow to cool equipment
• 16 gauge cold rolled steel with powder coated finish
• Supports up to 150 lbs
• Mounting hardware included
Model
RS 19” x 15” Ventilated
Shelf Area
Weight Capacity
Colors
Ship Weight
17.5” x 14.87”
150 lbs
Black or Gray
10 lbs
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Bus Bars
Rack Mount
BBA-800
• Multiple attachment holes in two sizes
provided for single and dual hole lugs:
• 800 amp rated nickel-plated copper bus bar for use as heavy duty DC positive or negative connection point in rack installations
• 18 ea. @ .312" x .500"
6 ea. @ .437" round
4 ea. @ .281" round
• Mounts to rear of rack; adaptable to 19" or 23" rack widths
• Dimensions: 19.5” x 2” x 1/4”
• All mounting hardware, including isolated stand-offs and rear rack bracket
• Projection from rack: 7.5”
• Weight: 4 Lbs.
GB-19
• Copper bus bar for (unplated)
• Tie bar provided for connecting to adjacent racks
• 100 amp rating
• Designed for 19” racks
• 14 ea. 1/4” landing points
• Dimensions: 19.3” W x 0.75” H x 0.15” D
• Installer must supply insulating stand-offs
• Weight: 1 Lb.
Rack Mount Accessories
Mobile Mount
Ideal as a DC ground tie point or positive bus, these heavy duty, 500 amp
rated bus bar assemblies feature 5/16”
studs on 1” centers in 1/4” thick copper
bar for common connection/distribution of large wire gauges and accommodate 5/16” ring terminals.
• Insulated base (reinforced nylon resin) with clear protective cover
• Ideal power tie point when adding
batteries, electonics and accessories
to vehicles
Model
Qty. of 5/16” Studs
Size
2
3-1/16” x 1 1/2”
2 plus 8 - #8 screws
6-1/16” x 1-1/2”
BB-5
5
6-1/16” x 1-1/2”
BB-8
8
9-1/16” x 1-1/2”
BB-2
BB-2/8
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Quick Connects & Rear Rack Covers
Quick Connect Wiring Kits
• Designed specifically for use with NEWMAR PM Series Power
Modules and Power Function Manager (see pages 24-25) in
stacked rack configuration.
• Allow for quick installation and removal of rectifiers
• Wiring harness is fitted with “Anderson” quick-connect and ring lug terminals; all wires tie-wrapped into proper position for quick and easy installation.
• Simplifies parallel wiring multiple modules
• Facilitates “hot” change-out of modules without system shutdown
Models
Description
AWG
Weight
QCK-3
for up to 3 Power Modules, 70A rating
6
3 Lbs.
QCK-3A*
for up to 3 Power Modules, 80A rating
4
3 Lbs.
QCK-6
for up to 6 Power Modules, 70A rating
6
4 Lbs.
QCK-6A*
for up to 6 Power Modules, 80A rating
4
4 Lbs.
for up to 4 Power Modules (2200 Watt)
6
6 Lbs.
CCK-4
* PM-12-80 - only use QCK-3A or QCK-6A
CCK-4 Installation View
Rack Mount Accessories
Rear Rack Covers
• Clear plastic panels attach to rear of racks to protect service personnel by preventing accidental contact with "live"
terminals, etc., from top, sides and rear.
• Holes in rear panels allow for flow-through ventilation of
fan-cooled components
• May be installed at 14" or 17" rear depth
• Multiple covers may be stacked to accommodate
system height
• All mounting hardware included
Model
Rack Height (1RU = 1.75”)
Rack Width
Weight (Lbs.)
RRC-3-19
3 RU
19”
4
RRC-7-19
7 RU
19”
5
RRC-3-23
3 RU
23”
5
RRC-7-23
7 RU
23”
6
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Communication Accessories
Section 13: Communication Accessories
Speakers/Antenna Switches
Page 88
Phone Com
Page 89
Radio Covers
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Communication Accessories
Speakers & Antenna Switches
Indoor/Outdoor Paging Speakers
PA-40/20
PA-30/20
PA-60/40
Heavy Duty Commercial
PA-8W
Clear, distortion free, waterproof deck horns are ideal for paging and alarm systems. High impact
plastic with hook-up wire provided. 8 Ohm. Assembled with stainless steel hardware.
Model
Output Nominal / Peak
Weight
PA-8W
8 watts / 12 watts
1 Lb.
PA-30/20
30 watts / 20 watts
3 Lbs.
PA-40/30
40 watts / 30 watts
5 Lbs.
PA-60/40
60 watts / 40 watts
8 Lbs.
Note: Model PA-60/40 is a commercial grade horn
which also features excellent sensitivity as a microphone for use in talk-back systems.
Antenna/Coax Switches
Microphone Clips
Model: CS-201
Model: RCS
Two position switch allows manual selection of one of two antennas with a single
radio or one of two radios with a single
antenna. Die cast aluminum case.
Remote controlled, operates on 12
VDC. Single pole, double throw.
Permits remote selection of two
antennas with a single radio.
Power: 1.5 kW peak, 1kW continuous
Power:1Kw.
Impedance: 50 ohm
Impedance: 48 ohm
Connectors: S0-239/UHF
Coil Current: 250 m A
Weight: 1 Lb., .5 Kg.
Connectors: SO-239/UHF
Model: Spring Clip
All stainless steel. For
securing standard mobile
radio microphone.
Weight: 1 Lb., .5 Kg.
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Communication Accessories
Phone-Com Systems
PI-2
PI-10
PI-10
The Phone-Com intercom system provides direct, wired, point-to-point communication. Voice
contact to any phone in the system is as easy as lifting the receiver and pressing the call button.
Phone-Com operates on 12 VDC. They are constructed of high-impact plastic and are available
in either bright white or traditional black. Wall mounting bracket is provided. Two versions
are available:
PI-2: Designed for communication between only two points. A single call button sounds a buzzer and illuminates an indicator lamp on the companion phone. Available singly or as a set with 40’
of interconnect wire, fuse, terminal lugs and mounting hardware.
PI-10: For multiple station calling capability. Up to 10 phones may be interconnected, and each phone has 10
call buttons. Sold individually - see wiring requirements below.
Phone-Com Wiring: Color-coded multi-conductor interconnect wire (22 AWG) is available from NEWMAR at
any length desired with 5, 10 or 15 conductors. For PI-2, use 5 conductor wire. For PI-10, add 3 to the total number of stations to determine minimum number of conductors required.
Note: Phones are not waterproof and should be installed in a protected location.
Fuse
1A
when ordering)
PI-10: Multi-station phone with 10 call
buttons, sold individually; 2 lbs. (Specify
White or Black when ordering)
22 AWG Wire: 5, 10 or 15 conductor; sold
per foot.
BUZZER: Optional external buzzer for use in
high-noise areas
+ –
12V
Battery
+
+
+
CH
CH
CH
B
B
B
_
Station 1
_
Station 2
_
_
PI-2 SET: Two station phone set, 40’
interconnect wire, fuse, lugs, mounting
hardware; 5 lbs. (Specify White or Black
_
White or Black when ordering)
2 Station Example
Wiring Diagram with Station 2 with Slave
_
PI-2: Two station phone with single
call button; sold individually; 2 lbs. (Specify
Station 2
Slave
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Communication Accessories
Portable Radio Covers
AQ Series Waterproof Radio Covers
Hand-held radios can be taken anywhere without
being damaged by water, dust or sand when the
AQ Series waterproof cover is used for protection.
Even total immersion will not harm the radio. These
covers are certified waterproof to a depth of 33 feet.
The case is made of super-tough, UV resistant
PVC, which is engineered with enough flexibility
to facilitate easy operation of knobs and keypads.
Transparent design allows easy reading of digital
displays. Sound is virtually unimpeded and RF
transmission is unaffected.
A quick release clip allows easy insertion and
removal of the radio and a handy lanyard provides
extra security when hands are wet. But if the radio
falls into deep water, no problem! Safely inside the
AQ case, it will float!
Models
AQ-10L/R: For compact hand-held radios. New reversible
design accommodates both left and right hand antennas
AQ-20L/R: For standard size hand-helds. New reversible
design accommodates both left and right hand antennas
Dimension in inches
A =Overall height of radio/phone with
antenna extended
B =Height of radio/phone body
C =Combined width and depth of radio/phone
Model
A
B
C
Weight
AQ-10L/R
13.3”
6.1”
4.1”
1 Lb.
AQ-20L/R
15.7”
7.8”
5”
1 Lb.
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Installation Accessories
Section 14: Installation Accessories
Junction Boxes
Page 92
Terminal Strips / Bus Bars
Page 93
Thru-Dex
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Junction Boxes
PX Series Junction Boxes
• Waterproof junction box with terminal strip for electronic connections in areas subject to spray, washdowns, etc.
• Rugged, non-corrosive polypropylene housing
• "Universal" cut-to-fit cable entries, diameter range: .14 -.81”
• Brass compression screw terminals
• Wire gauge: 16 AWG
Installation Accessories
Model
Terminals
PX-1
6 pair
PX-2
12 pair
PX-3
18 pair
BX Series Junction Boxes
• Splash proof junction box with
terminal strip
• Rugged cast aluminum box and cover with enamel finish
• Multiple rubber grommet cable entries
• Brass compression screw terminals
Model
Terminals
Wire Gauge
BX-1
6 pair
16 AWG
BX-2
12 pair
16 AWG
BX-3
22 pair
14 AWG
BX-2
BX-3
BX-1
EX Series Electrical Enclosures
These polycarbonate enclosures provide
functional and professional protection
for wire connectors, terminal blocks, relays,
solenoids, fuses, etc. In addition, instruments,
switches and panels can be surface mounted
to the cover, as there is ample space for rear
projection and wiring.
EX-1074
EX-474
The watertight enclosures have gasketed covers
with captured non-corrosive securing screws. and
an internal base plate with stand-off mounts for
securing components inside the enclosure.
EX-373
Model
Size L x W x D (inches)
Knock-Outs (size cross-reference below)
EX-373
7.09 x 3.7 x 3.19
EX-474
7.09 x 4.33 x 4.37
16 ea. PG-16, 4 ea. PG-21, 2 ea. PG-29
EX-1074
7.09 x 10.0 x 4.37
24 ea. PG-16, 8 ea. PG-21, 4 ea. PG-29
14 ea. PG-16
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Terminal Strips & Bus Bars
Bus Bars
Ideal as a DC ground tie point or positive bus, these
heavy duty, 500 amp rated bus bar assemblies
feature 5/16” studs on 1” centers in 1/4” thick
copper bar for common connection/distribution of
large wire gauges and accommodate 5/16”
ring terminals.
• Insulated base (reinforced nylon resin with
clear protective cover
• BBA-800 - rackmount see page 82
Model
Qty. of 5/16” Studs
Size
BB-2 3
2
1/16” x 1 1/2”
BB-2/8
2 plus 8 - #8 screws
6-1/16” x 1-1/2”
BB-5
5
6-1/16” x 1-1/2”
BB-8
8
9-1/16” x 1-1/2”
•
Use as a common negative/neutral bus for AC or DC systems. Dual terminal strips in 4 or 8 screw positions on 3/4” centers are secured to a high density insulated base. All hardware, bus material and fasteners are nickel-plated brass.
•
Interlocking bases allow use of multiple
terminal strips and bus bars (described below) to produce secure and neat wiring assemblies. The terminal strip bases have provisions for either #8 or #10
mounting screws, and no conductive
parts in the base are exposed to the mounting surface.
• # 8 screw terminals
• Bus bars rated to 100 amps
Installation Accessories
Terminal Strips
Strips Interlock for Expansion
Model
Total # of Base Terminals
Size
TS-2x4
8
3-1/16” x 1-1/2”
TS-2x8
16
6-1/16” x 1-1/2”
Connector Strips
Molded nylon encases 6 or 12 pairs of connectors that use
screw compression to secure wires without use of lugs. ideal
for electronic installations. Brass barrels capture wires and
are held in place with a stainless steel “finger” compressed
by a screw. The screw does not make contact with the
wires, protecting the copper strands from cuts and breakage. Same connector strip used in BX Series boxes.
• 3 Sizes: ranging from 6 to 16 gauge strips are easily
cut to meet wiring requirements and space limitations.
Model
# of Terminal Pairs
Max Wire Gauge
Max Amps*
Size (L X W X H)
CS-1
12
16
6
3.75” x .675” x .5”
CS-2
12
14
10
4.5” x .75” x .75”
CS-3
12
12
16
5.5” x .875” x .8”
*Per set of terminals
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Thru-Dex
New!
RA Series Right Angle Waterproof Feed-Thru Fittings
Route cables at 90° through vertical and horizontal surfaces with wall
hugging low profile design that keeps cable secured close to the surface reducing
intrusion with personnel or other equipment / cables.
Molded of nylon, the Sculpted shape has no sharp edges and provides
radiused 90° feed-thru bend in cables without damage.
Easy installation: slide silicone compression rings on cable, mount base piece with
waterproof gasket then attach sealing end cap to create an IP 65 waterproof seal.
Note cable must be routed without end connector attached.
Three models to accommodate wide range of cable diameters.
Installation Accessories
Model
Cable Diameter Range (Inches)
Dimensions (Inches)
RA-1
0.1 - 0.25
2.17 x 1.65 x 0.63
RA-2
0.27 - 0.35
3.23 x 2.44 x 0.95
RA-3
0.39 - 0.47
3.23 x 2.44 x 0.95
CCX Series Waterproof Feed-Thru Fittings
The entry hole is pre-drilled in seal with slit edge allowing
feed through of cable with factory installed connector attached;
multiple glands cover a wide range of cable sizes. One CCX
fitting is required for each cable.
• Create a 100%waterproof seal when routing cables through communication huts, cabinets, vehicle roofs, etc.
• Entry hole predrilled in seal with slit to edge
• Allowing installation/removal with connector
still attached
• Rugged weatherproof nylon housing with neoprene seal
Model
Cable Diameter Range
Max Connnector Diameter
CCX-R
.47"-.59"
1.57"
CCX-S
.35"-.55"
.83"
CCX-T
.18"-.35"
.83"
DX Series Feed-Thru Waterproof Fittings
Provided with solid neoprene cable gland, installer drills holes and slits as required to
accomodate cable with or without factory installed connector. Multiple cables may be
passed through a single fitting.
• Similar to CCX Series except installer drills holes in seal to accommodate cable(s)
• Multiple cables may be routed through a single fitting
Model
Drill-Thru
Aperture
Max. Connector
Diameter
DX-2
1.2”
1.2”
DX-3
1.65”
1.65”
DX-5*
2.0”
2.0”
*Aluminum Housing
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Index
90
Commander Power System
8-9
DC Power Systems
2 - 19
Communication Accessories
87
12 & 24 Volt Stabilizing Converters 78
Connector Strips
93
Adjustable Equipment Rack Shelves
84
DC Power Conditioners
78
Antenna/Coax Switches
88
CCX Series Waterproof Feed-Thru Fittings
94
Automatic Power Selector
79
DC UPS & Power Control
73 - 78
Battery Charger - 110 VDC Wall Mount
56
DC-DC Converters - Isolated Series
39
Battery Chargers - ABC Series
54
DC-DC Converters - ISP Series
38
Battery Chargers - Phase Three Series
52 - 53
DC-DC Converters - Standard Series
36 - 37
Battery Chargers - PTM Series
51
Digital Instruments
64
Battery Disconnect Panels
83
DX Series Feed-Thru Waterproof Fittings
94
Battery Integrators
81
Electrical System Meter: AC & DC
64
Battery Isolators
81
E.R.C
32
Battery Shelf & Module System
48
EX Series Electrical Enclosures
92
Battery Strings
49
Fuse Distribution Panel
62 - 63
Battery Trays
84
Gladiator: 110VDC, 3 - 12 Kw
19
BM Series Battery Module 48
Guardian: 110VDC, 3 - 6 kW
18
Bus Bars
85, 93
Indoor/Outdoor Paging Speakers
88
BX Series Junction Boxes
92
Installation Accessories
91 - 94
Centurion II Power System
6-7
Integrated Power Systems
14 - 15,
28 - 29
Circuit Breaker & Fuse Distribution Panel
60 - 61
Circuit Breaker Distribution Panel
58 - 59
Index
AQ Series Waterproof Radio Covers
Inverter-Chargers46
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Index
Index
Inverters - PS Series
41
Rack Mount Accessories
82 - 86
Junction Boxes
92
Rack Mount LVD Monitor
71
Low Voltage Disconnect
70
Rackmount DC Converters
34 - 35
Low Voltage Disconnects
70 - 72
Rackmount Inverters
42 - 45
Microphone Clips
88
RA Series Waterproof Feed-Thru Fittings
94
Mobile DC UPS: MDP-25
74 - 75
Rear Rack Covers
86
Mobile DC UPS: Nav-Pac
77
RPS Power Systems
12
Mobile DC UPS: StartGuard
76
RPS Power System Components
13
Ni-Cad Charger Series
55
Sentinel Power System
4-5
Noise Filters
79
Site Monitor & Control
68 - 69
Noise Filters & Automatic Power Selector
79
Site Power Monitor
66 - 67
Phone-Com Systems
89
Power Monitoring & Control 65 - 69
Portable Radio Covers
90
Site Power System
16, 17
Power Function Manager
26 - 27
Speakers & Antenna Switches
88
Power Modules
24 - 25
Terminal Strips
93
Power Plants
20 - 21
Thru-Dex Waterproof Fittings
94
Power Supplies - Heavy Duty Series
30 - 31
Unity Low Voltage Disconnect & Monitor
71
Power Timer
80
Unity Rectifier System
10 - 11
Power-Pac 32
USAR
32
PX Series Junction Boxes 92
Ventilated Equipment Rack Shelves
84
Quick Connect Wiring Kits
86
Voltage Stabilizers
78
Quick Connects & Rear Rack Covers
86
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Powering The Network
Solutions
Microwave Backbone
SCADA
Hot Swap Rectifiers
AC-DC
Utility Telecom
Smart Grid
Voltage/Power Range:
120/240 VAC Input 12, 24, 48, or 110 VDC Output 150 Watts - 14 kW
WIFI
Components: Rectifiers, Battery Chargers, Power Modules, Power
Supplies, Power Management, Rack Mount, Wall Mount, Desktop
Transportation
Power Modules
Systems: Hot Swap Rectifiers Shelves with
Distribution and Monitoring
Dispatch
Power Plants: Rack Mount Systems with Batteries
911 Call Center
DC-DC
Voltage/Power Range:
Wireless PBX
Power Management
12, 24, 48, 72, 110 VDC Input 12, 24, 48 VDC Output
Configurations:
Repeaters
Isolated/Non-Isolated, Step-Up, Step-Down,
Cellular
Stabilizers, Battery Charger, Rack Mount, Mobile,
Wall Mount, Desktop
Data Centers
DC-DC Converters
DC-AC
Public Safety
Voltage/Power Range:
12, 24, or 48 VDC Input 120/240 VAC
Output 1000 - 5000 Watts
Trunking Systems
Power Plants
Configurations: Rack Mount, Wall Mount, Mobile
Security
DC Power Distribution
Voltage/Power Range:
12, 24, or 48 VDC Input 200 - 900 Amp VDC
Wireless ISP
Inverter-Chargers
Microwave Backhaul
Inverters
Output Configurations: Rack Mount
Broadband
DC UPS
Voltage/Power Range
12,24 VDC Input / Output 5-20 amps
Positive Train Control
DC Distribution Panels
Private Networks
Configurations: Mobile Mount
Oil and Gas
Battery Chargers
Voltage/Power Range
LAN
120/240 VAC Input, 12,24,110 VDC Output
Configurations: Wall Mount, Mobile Mount
Specialty Vehicles
Monitoring/Control
Meter Reading
DC UPS
Remote and Local Monitoring; DC Voltage, AC Voltage, Alarms,
Base Stations
Batteries, Security, Cameras
Remote Control of DC and AC Equipment
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Battery Chargers
DC UPS
Solar
Site Monitor & Control
Mesh Radio Networks
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Section Description
Pages
9
Power Monitoring & Control
64 - 69
2
Power Plants
20 - 21
10
Low Voltage Disconnects
70 - 72
3
Rectifiers/Power Supplies
22 - 32
11
DC UPS & Power Control
73 - 81
4
DC Converters
33 - 39
12
Rack Mount Accessories
82 - 86
5
Inverters
40 - 46
13
Communication Accessories
87 - 90
6
Batteries
47 - 49
14
Installation Accessories
91 - 94
7
Battery Chargers
50 - 56
15
Index
95 - 96
8
DC Power Distribution
57 - 63
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DC Power Systems
POWERING THE NETWORK
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Section Description
Microwave • Broadband • Cellular • Land Mobile
Distributed By:
• Remote Site Monitoring
• Mobile DC UPS
• Battery Chargers
• DC Power Systems
• Power Supplies
• Distribution Panels
• DC Converters
• Rectifiers
• Inverter-Chargers
• Batteries & Accessories
2013 - 2014
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