ONL-33 Ⅱ系列 - OPTI-UPS Protect and Serve
DS-C33 II Series
User’s Manual
www.opti-ups.com
Contents
1. Preface ........................................................................................................................................................... 3
1-1 Introduction ......................................................................................................................................... 3
1-2 Safe Instructions and Warnings ........................................................................................................... 3
2. System Framework......................................................................................................................................... 4
2-1 Block Diagram ...................................................................................................................................... 4
2-2 System Major Module Function Introduction...................................................................................... 5
2-3 System Operation Modes..................................................................................................................... 6
3. Touch Display Panel (HMI, Human Machine Interface)................................................................................. 8
3-1 Introduction ......................................................................................................................................... 8
3-2 LCD Panel ............................................................................................................................................. 8
4. Fixation and Installation ............................................................................................................................... 13
4-1 Fixation ............................................................................................................................................... 13
4-2 Installation.......................................................................................................................................... 21
5. Operation Procedures .................................................................................................................................. 26
5-1 Power-on ............................................................................................................................................ 26
5-2 Power-off............................................................................................................................................ 28
5-3 Maintenance Bypass .......................................................................................................................... 28
5-4 Resumption from Maintenance Procedures ...................................................................................... 28
5-5 Emergency Power Off ........................................................................................................................ 28
5-6 Dry Contact Communication .............................................................................................................. 30
6. Maintenance and Storage ............................................................................................................................ 31
7. Troubleshooting ........................................................................................................................................... 31
8. Specifications ............................................................................................................................................... 32
9. Contact Information ..................................................................................................................................... 34
1. Preface
1-1 Introduction
DS-C33 II series features an advanced DSP chip as a system core processor. Wide range capacity from 10KVA
to 200KVA meets a verity of load demands and extends the capacity up to 400KVA through paralleling. High
reliability and rapid transient response fit for critical equipments such as semiconductor, SMT and
communication facilities, etc.
HMI (Human machine interface) touch screen panel provides a user-friendly VIS (visual integrated system)
for real-time monitoring, easy maintenance. Fan operation depending on load condition achieves noise
reduction and energy consumption decrease. DS-C33 II is the best choice for dealing with critical power
needs.
1-2 Safe Instructions and Warnings
For safe operation, warning marks for DS-C33 series are:
DO NOT TOUCH
DANGEROUS HIGH VOLTAGE
Dangerous high voltage mark pasted indicates high DC voltage. Do not touch the surface marked with it.
When batteries are being discharged (during blackouts), do not switch off (open circuit) the battery
magnetic switch to avoid danger.
Batteries are consumptive parts. Check if battery voltage, current and appearance are normal every 4
months to make sure the UPS operates normally and safely. If batteries are overheated or deformed,
replace them with new batteries to avoid fire danger because of lead acid liquid leakage.
Without using the UPS or AC mains supply for a long time, remove UPS’s battery fuses, switch off the
battery pack’s breakers or remove batteries in order not to damage batteries.
UPS is power system equipment and it requires grounding. The load of the UPS requires a separate
grounding.
PS: The contents of this manual are subject to change or modification without prior notice.
2. System Framework
2-1 Block Diagram
(1)
(2)
(8)
(3)
(4)
(5) (6)
Fig. 2-1
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
Secondary (Bypass) AC Mains NFB (S1 NFB)
Primary AC Mains NFB (S2 NFB)
Input Fuse
Three-phase AC Inductor
Rectifier/ Charger
Battery Auxiliary Relay
Battery MS (Magnetic Switch)
Manual Bypass Maintenance NFB (S4 NFB)
Inverter Module
Inverter Isolation Transformer
STS (Static Transfer Switch)
Output NFB (S3 NFB)
(7) (9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
2-2 System Major Module Function Introduction
2-2-1 Rectifier
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
Utilization of SCRs inverts AC voltage to DC voltage.
Combination of CPLD and DSP make the rectifier more stable and reliable.
Over-voltage protection.
DC voltage soft starter.
Float charging and equalization charging modes support.
Float charging time is adjustable and available on the display panel.
Battery test can be done with continuous AC supply.
Manual and automatic periodic battery tests are settable on the display panel.
Charging current is settable on the display panel.
12-pulse rectifier is optional for reducing input THD.
2-2-2 Inverter
(1) IGBT as a power component is adopted.
(2) The inverter is equipped with an output isolation transformer.
(3) DSP digital control processing technology is applied to improve analogue components’ aging,
temperature drift and for the purpose of using fewer components.
(4) Integrated A/D signal processing, 12-bit resolution and fast transition are featured.
(5) Heat dissipation structure combined with temperature protection makes the inverter more reliable.
2-2-3 Static Transfer Switch
(1) Use of SCR for the static transfer function of the inverter and the bypass can work in a variety of
environments.
(2) High-frequency technology isolates the trigger circuit. The trigger circuit effectively triggers the STS
and results in switching without disconnection between inverter and bypass loops.
(3) STS has triggering conditions for disable, bypass and inverter loops and is fully controlled by DSP.
2-2-4 Emergency Power Off (EPO)
For emergency or force majeure in operation, EPO is used by pressing the button for shutting down the UPS
immediately. Press EPO button to completely stop the UPS and EPO light is turned on (Fig 2-2-4 Left). Press
EPO button and select the button of “Turn off inverter” on the display panel to restart the UPS and EPO
light is turned off (Fig 2-2-4 Right).
Fig. 2-2-4
2-3 System Operation Modes
2-3-1 Normal Operation
Fig. 2-3-1 Normal Operation
AC mains power goes through the rectifier, the inverter, the STS to the load.
2-3-2 Bypass Operation
Fig. 2-3-2 Bypass Operation
AC mains power goes through the bypass path and the STS to the load.
2-3-3 Battery Supply Operation
Fig. 2-3-3 Battery Supply Operation
The power supplied from batteries goes through the inverter and the STS to the load. When the load
consumes power from the batteries, its backup time depends on the battery capacity and the load power
consumption. Therefore, save your data and turn off the personal computers as soon as possible when a
blackout occurs.
2-3-4 Maintenance Bypass Operation
Fig. 2-3-4 Maintenance Bypass Operation
AC mains power goes through the maintenance bypass switch to the load. This mode is only for trained
professionals to do regular system and cleaning maintenance.
2-3-5 EPO Switch
Fig. 2-3-5 EPO Switch
UPS is going to be turned off and outputs no power in this mode for emergency.
3. Touch Display Panel (HMI, Human Machine Interface)
3-1 Introduction
Fig. 3-1
DS-C33 II has an 800x480px TFT touch screen display panel. It can be set and controlled, and its status and
information are displayed on the display panel shown as Fig.3-1.
3-2 LCD Panel
The display consists of main control, event log, user set, maintenance staff, advanced set, calibrate set and
spec./service categories (tabs) and their corresponding pages.
3-2-1 Main control
Main control displays system operation status shown as Fig.3-1. There are input, rectifier, battery, inverter,
STS and O/P NFB status buttons. Press these status buttons for details.
Main control buttons:
Inverter ON Turn on the inverter.
Inverter OFF Turn off the inverter.
Alarm SilenceSwitch on/off alarm sound
3-2-2 Event log
Up to 2400 events with time in total can be recorded on 6 pages shown as Fig.3-2-2-1. These are helpful for
maintenance engineers to find root causes and solve issues fast.
More functions:
(1) PIP (Picture in picture) event log Different events are shown in separate windows as in Fig.3-2-2-2.
(2) Logs can be exported to a portable disk.
(3) Logs are erasable.
Fig. 3-2-2-1
Fig. 3-2-2-2
3-2-3 User set
User settings are available for end users to set/select language, battery test, charging mode,
communication mode, password, dry contact programming, brand name/ hotline shown as Fig. 3-2-3-1.
Password is required for access to this function and the default password is 000000. Successful access is
shown as Fig. 3-2-3-2.
Press Save Data and Enter buttons to avoid being reset by other people.
Fig. 3-2-3-1
Fig. 3-2-3-2
3-2-4 Maintenance staff
This function is only for professionals or qualified technicians. Professionals or qualified technicians will use
the information to find the fault root causes and solve issues timely. Operations are shown as Fig. 3-2-4-1.
Fig. 3-2-4-1
3-2-5 Advanced set
Advanced settings are available for professionals to set parameters such as model, input system, reserve
voltage, I/O transformer, input voltage, output system, output voltage, output frequency, charge current,
equalization mode time, battery data, other data, event log set, other set, reload data, save data, export set
file shown as Fig. 3-2-5-1.
Contact the manufacturer for advanced set password. This password is automatically changed every year.
Press Save Data and Enter buttons to avoid being reset by other people.
Fig. 3-2-5-1
3-2-6 Calibrate set
Calibration settings are available for professionals to set voltage, current and temperature, etc shown as Fig.
3-2-6-1.
This function requires an advanced set password.
Press Save Data and Enter buttons to avoid being reset by other people.
Fig. 3-2-6-1
3-2-7 Spec./Service
This function display specification details and service information shown as Fig. 3-2-7-1.
Fig. 3-2-7-1
4. Fixation and Installation
4-1 Fixation
4-1-1 Transportation
(1) Fig. 4-1-1a and Fig. 4-1-1b represent the packing.
(2) UPS should be placed in the way indicated by the arrow on the carton.
(3) In order to avoid danger during transportation, UPS or battery packs should be fastened tightly by ropes
and placed in the center of truck front end as Fig. 4-1-1c illustrates.
(4) Do not unpack the UPS during transportation.
(5) Exposing the UPS and the battery pack to liquids (including rain) is strictly prohibited.
(6) The UPS and the battery pack should not be exposed to any rigid external mechanical force, including
but not limited to pushing, punching or dropping.
(7) Moving UPS or battery packs requires forklifts or cranes as Fig. 4-1-1d and Fig. 4-1-1e illustrate.
(8) Elevators can carry UPS or battery packs. Check elevator limits for loading weights and volumes before
carrying.
Front View
Side View
Fig. 4-1-1a
Fig. 4-1-1b
U.P.S
Fig. 4-1-1c
Fig. 4-1-1d
Fig. 4-1-1e
4-1-2 Unpacking
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Cut off packing ropes and take out packing coverings as Fig. 4-1-2a, 4-1-2b and 4-1-2c illustrate.
Unwrap PE coating.
Unscrew screws of L fixers screwed on the pallet as Fig. 4-1-2d and 4-1-2e illustrate.
Follow the arrow marks to unload the UPS as Fig. 4-1-2 illustrates.
Fig. 4-1-2a
Fig. 4-1-2b
Fig. 4-1-2c
Unscrew
Fig. 4-1-2d
Unscrew
Fig. 4-1-2e
Fig. 4-1-2f
4-1-3 Placement and Environment
(1) A UPS should be placed in a clean and air conditioned environment and with ambient temperature
between 0℃ and +28℃. The operation temperature ranging from 10℃ to +25℃ is the best.
(2) UPS can’t be closely placed against or surrounded by walls or other objects as it would prevent from
good ventilation. An exhaust is in a rear of the UPS shown as Fig. 4-1-3a.
(3) Make room for opening the door of the UPS cabinet. For ventilation and maintenance purposes the
distances to walls or objects should be at least as shown in Fig. 4-1-3b and Fig.4-1-3c.
(4) The BTU values for DS-C33 II series shown as table 4-1-3d.
(5) The chamber for UPS placement should be sufficiently lit and equipped with an emergency fire
extinction system.
50cm
90cm
door
Top View
15cm
15cm
50cm
Fig. 4-1-3a
Fig. 4-1-3b
Table 4-1-3d BTU Values
Model
BTU
DS 10KC33 II
3542
DS 15KC33 II
5313
DS 20KC33 II
6539
DS 30KC33 II
9808
DS 45KC33 II
13486
DS 60KC33 II
16347
DS 80KC33 II
21796
DS 100KC33 II
24520
DS 120KC33 II
29424
DS 160KC33 II
34873
DS 200KC33 II
43592
Fig. 4-1-3c
4-1-4 Outline and Dimension
10 / 15 / 20 / 30K  120V / 208V & 220V / 380V Models
45 / 60K  120V / 208V Models
45 / 60 / 80 / 100 / 120K  220V / 380V Models
80 / 100 / 120K  120V / 208V Models
160 / 200K  220V / 380V Models
4-2 Installation
4-2-1 UPS Input / Output Specifications
Frequency
Topology
Voltage
Input
50 / 60Hz
3p3w and PE
220Vac, 380Vac
3p4w and PE
110 / 190Vac, 115 / 200Vac, 120 / 208Vac,
127 / 220Vac, 220 / 380Vac, 230 / 400Vac,
240 / 415Vac, 254 / 440Vac
Output 50 / 60Hz
3p3w and PE
220Vac, 380Vac
3p4w and PE
110 / 190Vac, 115 / 200Vac, 120 / 208Vac,
127 / 220Vac, 220 / 380Vac, 230 / 400Vac,
240 / 415Vac, 254 / 440Vac
Table 4-2-1 Input / Output NFB Specifications
Capacity Voltage
Max Input
Input
Current
NFB
120 / 208V 43A
3P / 50A
10KVA
220 / 380V 27A
3P / 30A
120 / 208V 64A
3P / 75A
15KVA
220 / 380V 39A
3P / 40A
120 / 208V 84A
3P / 100A
20KVA
220 / 380V 49A
3P / 50A
120 / 208V 124A
3P / 125A
30KVA
220 / 380V 74A
3P / 75A
120 / 208V 167A
3P / 200A
40KVA
220 / 380V 101A
3P / 125A
120 / 208V 187A
3P / 200A
45KVA
220 / 380V 113A
3P / 125A
120 / 208V 207A
3P / 225A
50KVA
220 / 380V 124A
3P / 125A
120 / 208V 247A
3P / 250A
60KVA
220 / 380V 149A
3P / 150A
120 / 208V 328A
3P / 350A
80KVA
220 / 380V 196A
3P / 200A
120 / 208V 399A
3P / 400A
100KVA
220 / 380V 244A
3P / 250A
120 / 208V 491A
3P / 500A
120KVA
220 / 380V 294A
3P / 300A
160KVA 220 / 380V 389A
3P / 400A
200KVA 220 / 380V 491A
3P / 500A
Max Output
Current
28A
14A
42A
23A
56A
28A
83A
45A
111A
61A
124A
68A
139A
74A
167A
91A
222A
121A
278A
149A
333A
182A
242A
303A
Output NFB Max Neutral
Line Current
3P / 30A
48.5A
3P / 15A
24.2A
3P / 50A
72.7A
3P / 30A
39.8A
3P / 60A
96.9A
3P / 30A
48.4A
3P / 100A 143.7A
3P / 50A
77.9A
3P / 125A 192.2A
3P / 75A
105.6A
3P / 125A 214.7A
3P / 75A
117.7A
3P / 150A 240.7A
3P / 75A
128.1A
3P / 175A 289.2A
3P / 100A 157.6A
3P / 225A 384.5A
3P / 125A 209.5A
3P / 300A 481.5A
3P / 150A 258A
3P / 350A 576.7A
3P / 200A 315.2A
3P / 250A 419.1A
3P / 350A 524.8A
4-2-2 Cable Specifications
600V PVC Insulated Hard Copper Stranded Wire Safe Current Table (60℃ Insulation, Ambient Temperature
under 30℃)
Number of
Number of
Sectional Area
Sectional Area
Type
Strands/
Safe Current
Strands/
Safe Current
(mm2)
(mm2)
Diameter
Diameter
3.5
7 / 0.8
37
80
19 / 2.3
257
5.5
7 / 1.0
49
100
19 / 2.6
298
8
7 / 1.2
61
125
19 / 2.9
344
Hard
14
7 / 1.6
88
150
37 / 2.3
395
Copper
22
7 / 2.0
115
200
37 / 2.6
469
Strand
30
7 / 2.3
139
250
61 / 2.3
556
Wire
38
7 / 2.6
162
325
61 / 2.6
650
50
19 / 1.8
190
400
61 / 2.9
745
60
19 / 2.0
217
500
61 / 3.2
842
Temperature and current allowance values are not applicable to UL certified cables. Use of UL certified
cables should be based on cable specifications for temperature and current limits.
4-2-3 Cable Diameter
Table 4-2-3-1 Specifications for AC Input and Output and DC Battery Cables
Capacity Voltage
Input (mm2)
Output (mm2) Neutral (mm2)
120 / 208V 8
5.5
8
10KVA
220 / 380V 5.5
3.5
3.5
120 / 208V 14
8
22
15KVA
220 / 380V 8
3.5
5.5
120 / 208V 22
14
30
20KVA
220 / 380V 14
5.5
8
120 / 208V 38
22
50
30KVA
220 / 380V 22
8
22
120 / 208V 60
38
80
40KVA
220 / 380V 30
14
30
120 / 208V 80
38
100
45KVA
220 / 380V 38
14
38
120 / 208V 100
50
125
50KVA
220 / 380V 38
22
38
120 / 208V 125
60
150
60KVA
220 / 380V 50
22
60
120 / 208V 200
100
250
80KVA
220 / 380V 80
38
100
120 / 208V 250
150
325
100KVA
220 / 380V 125
50
125
120 / 208V 325
200
400
120KVA
220 / 380V 150
80
150
160KVA
220 / 380V 250
125
250
200KVA
220 / 380V 325
150
400
PE (mm2)
2.0
1.6
5.5
2.0
5.5
2.0
8
5.5
8
8
8
8
14
8
14
8
14
14
22
14
22
14
22
22
Battery(mm2)
14
3.5
22
8
30
14
50
22
30
38
50
60
100
125
150
250
352
4-2-4 Terminal Definitions
(1) I/R : Rectifier Input R Phase
(2) I/S : Rectifier Input S Phase
(3) I/T : Rectifier Input T Phase
(4) I/N : Input Neutral Line
(5) I2/R : Slave UPS Input R Phase (from slave UPS input R phase for paralleling system)
(6) I2/S : Slave UPS Input S Phase (from slave UPS input S phase for paralleling system)
(7) I2/T : Slave UPS Input T Phase (from slave UPS input T phase for paralleling system)
(8) BP/R : Bypass Input R Phase
(9) BP/S : Bypass Input S Phase
(10) BP/T : Bypass Input T Phase
(11) BP/N : Bypass Input Neutral Line
(12) O/N : Output Neutral Line
(13) O/R : Output R Phase
(14) O/S : Output S Phase
(15) O/T : Output T Phase
(16) B+ : Battery Input Anode
(17) G : Grounding
(18) B- : Battery Input Cathode
4-2-5 Wiring Notices
Battery
(1) For safety, professional engineers should put on isolated gloves, use tools with isolated handles. It is
recommended that two or more engineers are working on wiring the batteries.
(2) Check if batteries are well grounded and make sure your limbs are dry before you perform battery
disconnection.
(3) Disconnect UPS and batteries (switch off the battery breaker and unplug the battery connector) and
then disconnect cables of batteries on every layer.
(4) During battery disconnection, do not touch neighboring batteries while processing cables or plates of
batteries in order not to cause short circuit.
(5) During battery connection, finish connecting batteries on each layer firstly and then interconnect the
battery layers. Finally connect the battery connector to the battery breaker.
(6) Check terminal voltage and polarity of the batteries and the UPS battery input.
Check the following items after wiring setup:
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
Every terminal is correctly connected.
PE cable is correctly grounded.
Every screw is tightly screwed.
All switches should stay off (at off position).
Output power distribution panel is not short circuited.
Battery terminals and polarities are correctly connected.
4-2-6 Terminals
10 / 15 / 20 / 30K  120V / 208V & 220V / 380V Models
Master / Slave UPS
I/R
I/N
I2/R
I/S
I/T
I2/S
I2/T
BP/R
BP/S
BP/T
BP/N
O/N
O/R
O/S
O/T
B+
G
B-
O/R
O/S
O/T
45 / 60K  120V / 208V Models
45 / 60 / 80 / 100/ 120K  220V / 380V Models
Master UPS
I/R
I/N
I2/R
I/S
I/T
I2/S
I2/T
BP/R
BP/S
BP/T
BP/N
O/N
B+
G
B-
O/R
O/S
O/T
Slave UPS
I/R
I/N
I2/N
I/S
I/T
BP/N
O/N
BP/R
BP/S
BP/T
B+
G
B-
80 / 100 / 120K  120V / 208V Models
Slave UPS
I/R
BP/R
BP/S
BP/T
BP/N
O/N
B+
O/R
G
O/S
BO/T
I/S
I/T
I/N
5. Operation Procedures
5-1 Power-on
5-1-1 Initial Power-on Procedures
(1) Switches
BAT Switch: for switching on/off batteries.
SPS Switch: for switching on/off the power board.
S1 Switch: for switching on/off the second AC mains power or the bypass of the model with an input
transformer.
S2 Switch: for switching on/off the primary AC mains power.
S3 Switch: for switching on/off the output
S4 Switch: for switching on/off the manual bypass during maintenance.
(2) Input Phase Sequence Test
(3)
Firstly, turn on the power distribution panel and then check each terminal voltage with a multi-meter and
input phase sequence with a three-phase sequence detector. If the phase sequence is correct, continue the
next procedure. If the sequence is reverse, turn off the AC mains and exchange S and T phase input cables,
and turn on the AC mains. Proceed with the next procedure if the phase sequence is correct.
(4) Initial power-on
Switch off the load switch and disconnect all cables from UPS to the load. Follow the below procedures:
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
Turn on the battery cabinet switch (battery fuse)
Turn on the UPS battery switch
Turn on the SPS power board switch (and wait till HMI control panel program finishes)
Turn on the S1 / S2 / S3 switches
Press the Inverter ON button on the HMI control panel
Press the Yes button in the pop-up window (UPS operation mode changes from bypass to inverter, and
a dialogue window pops up for this status.)
Finally, check the terminals of O/R, O/S and O/T for AC voltages and frequencies and terminals of B+ and Bfor DC voltages are correct. Operation is shown as Fig. 5-1-1:
5-1-2 Normal Power-on Procedures
When the initial power-on procedure is done and the UPS is turned on. Press Inverter ON button on the
HMI control panel and Yes button on the pop-up window to restart the UPS. It will be turned on after 3
minutes.
Initial Power-on Procedures
:
Switch on
SPS
Switch off
Switch on
S1
Switch off
Switch on
S2
Switch off
Switch on
*
Switch off
Switch on
BAT
Switch off
Switch on
S3
Switch off
Bypass (Reserve) status button
becomes green
Press Inverter ON
Press Yes
Press Yes
Press Inverter OFF
Inverter status button
becomes green after
about 50 seconds
Power-off :Procedures
Fig. 5-1-1 UPS Power-on/off Workflow
*) for 10K~30KVA models, fuses must be installed before the initial power-on operation.
5-2 Power-off
5-2-1 Normal Power-off Procedures
Press Inverter OFF button on the HMI control panel and Yes button on the pop-up window to shut down
the UPS. UPS operation mode changes from inverter to bypass, and a dialogue window pops up for this
status.
5-2-2 Complete Power-off Procedures
Follow Fig. 5-1-1.
5-3 Maintenance Bypass
5-3-1 Maintenance Bypass Procedures
Follow Fig. 5-3.
5-3-2 DS10KC33 / 15KC33 II Inbuilt Battery Replacement Procedures
(1) Transferring to bypass mode
Follow Fig. 5-3 to transfer to bypass mode.
(2) Replacing old batteries
Remove the rear panel, battery fixers (plates) and disconnect the cables. Rewire the new batteries the same
way the old batteries have been wired. Check voltage and polarity after new batteries have been installed.
(3) Restarting the UPS
Follow Fig. 5-3 to transfer to inverter mode.
5-4 Resumption from Maintenance Procedures
Follow Fig. 5-3.
5-5 Emergency Power Off
EPO (Emergency Power Off) is a device for an accident or emergent power cutoff under abnormal or
unexpected circumstances. EPO makes:
(1) the inverter shut down;
(2) STS (Static Transfer Switch) trip and cut the system output.
(3) RCM (Rectifier Charging Module) stop.
EPO activation and deactivation events and times will be recorded. Communication stays normal during
EPO is active. Press EPO button again and Inverter OFF button on the HMI control panel and Yes button on
the pop-up window and the UPS will resume and operate in bypass mode, and then transfer back to
inverter mode after 3 minutes.
Fig. 5-3 Maintenance Bypass Workflow
*) for 10K~30KVA models, fuses must be installed before the initial power-on operation.
5-6 Dry Contact Communication
(1) PCB-3308 Dry contact layout shown as Fig. 5-7-1.
(2) PCB-3308 Dry contact function definitions listed in Table 5-7-2.
Fig. 5-7-1 Dry Contact Layout
Contact
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
CN2
+12V
INV STS_NO
INV STS_COM
INV STS_NC
BAT LOW_NO
BAT LOW_COM
BAT LOW_NC
BACKUP MODE_NO
BACKUP MODE_COM
BACKUP MODE_NC
INV ON_NO
INV ON_COM
INV ON_NC
UPS FAULT_NO
UPS FAULT_COM
UPS FAULT_NC
RECIFIER AC FAIL_NO
RECIFIER AC FAIL_COM
RECIFIER AC FAIL_NC
RESERVE FAIL_NO
RESERVE FAIL_COM
RESERVE FAIL_NC
UPS OVERLOAD_NO
UPS OVERLOAD_COM
UPS OVERLOAD_NC
SYN. AC FAIL_NO
SYN. AC FAIL_COM
SYN. AC FAIL_NC
RCM SHUTDOWN_NO
RCM SHUTDOWN_COM
RCM SHUTDOWN_NC
GND
CN3
USER0 +12V
EXT. SHUTDOWN
USER1 +12V
EXT. EPO
+12V
ROLATION ERROR_NO
ROLATION ERROR_COM
ROLATION ERROR_NC
FAN FAULT_NO
FAN FAULT_COM
FAN FAULT_NC
FUSE FAULT_NO
FUSE FAULT_COM
FUSE FAULT_NC
FUNCTION RELAY1_NO
FUNCTION RELAY1_COM
FUNCTION RELAY1_NC
COMPOSITE FAULT_NO
COMPOSITE FAULT_COM
COMPOSITE FAULT_NC
FUNCTION RELAY2_NO
FUNCTION RELAY2_COM
FUNCTION RELAY2_NC
FUNCTION RELAY3_NO
FUNCTION RELAY3_COM
FUNCTION RELAY3_NC
FUNCTION RELAY4_NO
FUNCTION RELAY4_COM
FUNCTION RELAY4_NC
SPEAKER1
SPEAKER2
GND
Table 5-7-2 Dry Contact Signal Definitions
6. Maintenance and Storage
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Clean the UPS placement chamber and the UPS itself from dust every 6 months.
Recharge and discharge batteries every 3 months to maintain their lifetime.
Pay attention to the temperature and humidity of the chamber.
When storing a UPS, disconnect all cables (take out the fuses or batteries for battery-inbuilt models)
and wrap the UPS with PE coating.
(5) If after restarting the UPS that has been returned to operation from storage, the time or date is
incorrect on the HMI display panel, change the Lithium battery.
7. Troubleshooting
Deal with issues relying on events, messages or indications of icons or pop-up windows on the HMI display
panel shown as below. Contact technicians or professionals to assist in solving issues.
8. Specifications
Model
Capacity
Rated Power
DS10K
C33 II
10KVA
8KW
DS15K DS20K DS30K DS45K
C33 II C33 II C33 II C33 II
15KVA 20KVA 30KVA 45KVA
DS60K DS80K DS100K
C33 II C33 II
C33 II
60KVA 80KVA 100KVA
12KW
48KW
16KW
24KW
36KW
Power Factor
64KW
80KW
DS120K
C33 II
120KVA
96KW
DS160K
C33 II
160KVA
DS200K
C33 II
200KVA
128KW 160KW
0.8
Input
Phase
Voltage Range
3 Phase 3 Wire or 3 Phase 4 Wire and PE
10K~120K: 120V/208 or 220V/380V ±20%;
Frequency Range
160K~200K: 220V/380V ±20%
50Hz / 60Hz ±5Hz Auto Sensing
Rectification
6 Pulse (Standard) / 12 Pulse (Optional)
Rectifier Efficiency
>97%
Inverter Efficiency
>88%
Output
Phase
3 Phase 3 Wire or 3 Phase 4 Wire and PE
Voltage
120V/208V or 220V/380V
Stabilization
±1%
Transient
90% Resumption after 4 Cycles
>101% ~ 124% Transferred to bypass after 30 minutes
Overload Capacity
>125% ~ 150%  Transferred to bypass after 10 minutes
>150%  Transferred to bypass after 1 minute
Inverter Topology
IGBT Design, DSP Control, 20KHz PWM Sine Wave
Frequency
50Hz / 60Hz
Frequency Stabilization
±0.1%
Phase Lock Range
±5Hz
Phase Unlock Range
>±5Hz
Phase Relock Range
±3Hz
Waveform
Sine Wave
Crest Factor
3:1
THD
<3% for Linear Load
Static Transfer Switch
Transfer
UPS transfers from bypass mode to inverter mode
as the voltage and the frequency of the inverter and the utility are synchronized.
Cold Start Transfer
2 Level Voltage Transfer
Bypass mode to inverter mode 0ms
Transfer Time
Inverter mode to bypass mode 0ms
Efficiency
>99%
Charger
Voltage
Current
Time
DC220V / DC410V
1.5~10A
DC410V
3~20A
DC435V
5~30A
15~50A
100% discharged and then recharged to 90% in 8 hours (depending on battery specifications)
* Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Model
Battery Configuration
DS10K DS15K DS20K DS30K DS45K DS60K DS80K
C33 II C33 II C33 II C33 II C33 II C33 II C33 II
DC192V (12V × 16pcs)
DC360V (12V × 30pcs)
Backup Time
DS100K DS120K
C33 II
C33 II
DC360V
(12V × 30pcs)
DS160K DS200K
C33 II
C33 II
DC384V
(12V × 32pcs)
Depends on overall battery capacity
Noise
<60dB
Operating Temperature
0~40℃
Storage Temperature
-25℃~55℃
Storage Altitude
<10000M
Operating Altitude
<3500M
Relative Humidity
90% Non Condensing
Physical Dimensions
Width
530
530
530
530
810
810
810
810
810
TBD
TBD
Depth
869
869
869
869
810
810
810
810
810
TBD
TBD
Height
1010
1010
1010
1010
1900
1900
1900
1900
1900
TBD
TBD
Packing Dimensions
Width
580
580
580
580
920
920
920
920
920
TBD
TBD
Depth
900
900
900
900
920
920
920
920
920
TBD
TBD
Height
1200
1200
1200
1200
2165
2165
2165
2165
2165
TBD
TBD
* Specifications are subject to change without notice.
9. Contact Information
OPTI-UPS USA:
Tel: +1-909-869-5700
Fax: +1-909-869-5730
[email protected]
www.opti-ups.com
OPTI-UPS Europe:
Tel: +31-40-401-50-00
Tel: +31-40-262-80-57
Fax: +31-40-254-60-06
[email protected]
www.opti-ups.com
OPTI-UPS Middle East:
Tel: +9714-8819-838
Fax: +9714-8819-938
[email protected]
www.opti-ups.com
OPTI-UPS Australia & New Zealand:
Tel: +64-9-441-6470
Fax: +64-9-441-6490
[email protected]
www.opti-ups.com
OPTI-UPS Germany:
Tel : +49-7071-5495-148
Fax: +49-7071-5495-149
[email protected]
www.opti-ups.com
OPTI-UPS Japan:
Tel: +81-3-3629-5782
Fax: +81-3-5682-0652
[email protected]
www.opti-ups.com
OPTI-UPS Asia:
Tel: +886-2-2246-7272
Fax: +886-2-2246-7312
[email protected]
www.opti-ups.com.tw
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