Document
Technical Specifications
SAFEPOWER EVO-HF 160/200 kVA
THREE-PHASE/THREE-PHASE
On Line Double Conversion Technology (VFI)
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CONTENTS
1. OBJECTIVE ............................................................................................................................................................................. 3
2. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION .......................................................................................................................................................... 3
3. REFERENCE STANDARDS ..................................................................................................................................................... 4
4. APPLICATIONS ...................................................................................................................................................................... 5
5. CONFIGURATIONS ............................................................................................................................................................... 6
6. UPS DESCRIPTION ................................................................................................................................................................. 8
> 6.1 PFC Converter (Zero Impact Source) ....................................................................................................... 10
> 6.2 Battery Charger (Battery Care System) .................................................................................................... 11
> 6.3 Inverter ......................................................................................................................................................... 13
> 6.4 Static Switch (Automatic Bypass).............................................................................................................. 15
> 6.5 Smart Ventilation......................................................................................................................................... 16
7. CONTROL PANEL ................................................................................................................................................................ 17
8. ISOLATING SWITCHES ......................................................................................................................................................... 20
9. COMMUNICATION ............................................................................................................................................................. 20
> 9.1 Emergency Shutdown (R.E.P.O.) ............................................................................................................... 23
> 9.2 External Synchronisation ............................................................................................................................ 23
> 9.3 Monitoring and Control Software ............................................................................................................. 24
> 9.4 Configuration Software .............................................................................................................................. 24
10. UPS CABINET ...................................................................................................................................................................... 29
11. OPTIONS............................................................................................................................................................................. 30
> 11.1 Communication ........................................................................................................................................ 30
> 11.2 External Battery Temperature Sensor ...................................................................................................... 32
> 11.3 External Maintenance Bypass ................................................................................................................. 32
> 11.4 Battery Cabinets ....................................................................................................................................... 32
> 11.5 Additional Battery Charger...................................................................................................................... 33
> 11.6 Optional Transformers............................................................................................................................... 34
> 11.7 Separate Line Input .................................................................................................................................. 36
> 11.8 Auxiliary Sockets ........................................................................................................................................ 37
> 11.9 Top cable entry ......................................................................................................................................... 37
> 11.10 Eyebolts kit ............................................................................................................................................... 37
12. ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS ...................................................................................................................................... 38
13. TECHNICAL DATA 160-200 kVA....................................................................................................................................... 38
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1. OBJECTIVE
These specifications define the technical characteristics of the SAFEPOWER EVO-HF uninterruptible power supply
(UPS). The UPS is designed to supply a clean and stable electrical supply, irrespective of the condition of the
mains or an alternative power supply.
The SAFEPOWER EVO-HF series of UPS is designed and manufactured by SIEL UPS, a leader in this field with a range
of products from 1000 VA to 1000 kVA, and over 30 years of experience in power protection.
For more information please visit our website at: www.sielups.com
2. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
The SAFEPOWER EVO-HFUPS is available in 10-200 kVA On Line double conversion technology.
SAFEPOWER EVO-HFmeet the VFI-SS-111 classification defined by IEC EN 62040-3.
SAFEPOWER EVO-HF is designed to protect critical industrial and Information Technology (IT) systems
with the following features:
a)
Zero Impact Source;
Extremely low input current distortion and 0,99 input power factor;
Power Walk-In and start-up delay to reducing generator oversizing; these features also help to guarantee
supply compatibility where available mains power is limited.
b)
Battery Care System;
two voltage level recharge according to the IU characteristic;
temperature compensating recharge voltage;
suitable for the charging of extended back-up battery sets with additional charger options;
Battery test function to detect potential battery deterioration;
Cyclical recharge;
“Commissioning charge”;
c)
Output unitary pf (kW=kVA) means higher active power and capability to supply loads with cos φ from
0,9 inductive to 0,9 capacitive, without power reduction.
d)
High performance design achieving a system efficiency greater than 96% (on-line mode).
e)
Backfeed protection (Inverter disconnection or bypass line opening contactor).
f)
Multi-function case design to allow:
Easy operations to separate the bypass line from the rectifier line (cable jumpers);
Installation of additional charger for long back up time requirements.
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The SAFEPOWER EVO-HF series consists of the following models:
MODEL
DESCRIPTION
SAFEPOWER EVO-HF160
160 kW three-phase input/three-phase output UPS
SAFEPOWER EVO-HF200
200 kW three-phase input/three-phase output UPS
3. REFERENCE STANDARDS
SIEL UPS operates a Quality Management System certified to ISO 9001/2008 (Certification
No.005SGQ03) covering all company functions from design and manufacture to after sales services.
This certification is a guarantee for the customer with regard to the following aspects:
use of quality materials;
meticulousness in the production and testing phases;
constant customer support.
In addition, the UPS meets the VFI-SS-111 classification (according to EN 62040-3) and complies with
the following specific standards for UPS:
IEC EN62040-1: Static uninterruptible power supplies (UPS): general and safety provisions;
IEC EN 62040-2: Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) requirements category C2;
EN 62040-3: Methods of specification of performances and test provisions;
The SAFEPOWER EVO-HF series also satisfies the following general standards, where applicable:
IEC 60529: Degree of protection provided by enclosures;
IEC 60664: Insulation for low-voltage equipment;
IEC 60755: General Requirements for Residual Current Operated Protective Devices;
IEC 60950: General safety provisions for "Information Technology" equipment;
IEC 61000-2-2: Electromagnetic compatibility immunity;
IEC 61000-4-2: Electrostatic discharge immunity test;
IEC 61000-4-3: Radio frequencies, electromagnetic immunity test;
IEC 61000-4-4 : Transitory overvoltage immunity test;
IEC 61000-4-5 : Overvoltage immunity test;
IEC 61000-4-11: Voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage variations immunity test;
IEC 61000-3-12: Harmonic current emissions (for equipment with rated current > 16 A ≤ 75)
European Directives:
LV 2006/95/EC
Low voltage Directive: contains provisions relating to equipment safety and imposes the EC marking
obligation from 1/1/97.
EMC 2004/108/EC
Electromagnetic compatibility directive: contains provisions relating to UPS immunity and emissions in
its installation environment and imposes the EC marking obligation from 1/1/96.
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4. APPLICATIONS
SAFEPOWER EVO-HF UPS are suitable for applications requiring critical load protection including:
LAN, Server and Data Centre: the unitary output power factor ensures the highest active power
availability for efficient UPS loading.
e-business and Telecommunications: parallel operation means that the installed UPS size can be
increased (up to 8 units) to keep pace with the growth of the organisation.
Industrial processes and electro-medical systems: the UPS is designed to protect a range of loads,
from industrial processes to electro-medical applications. This has been achieved through careful
load analysis at the design stage of the SAFEPOWER EVO-HF project, to ensure the following
characteristics:
optimum input technical characteristics with zero impact on the power supply source;
high short circuit and overload capacity;
high battery recharge capacity with the option to use a variety of battery types (sealed valve
regulated and open-vented) for long back-up times.
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Emergency systems:
The UPS can be configured in accordance with standard EN50171 (the Centralised Power Supply
Systems).
Over the battery type, the autonomy and recharge times, in accordance with standard EN50171
may be selected 4 different modes of operation in order to adapt to all different system requirements.
Operating modes (EN50171)
SAFEPOWER EVO-HF Configurations
The UPS operates in the following mode:
ON-LINE
(See chapter 6 "Ups descriptions")
The UPS operates in the following mode:
ECO-MODE
(See chapter 6 "Ups descriptions")
The UPS operates in the following mode:
STAND BY-OFF
(See chapter 9.4 "Configuration Software")
The UPS operates in the "ON LINE" MODE
by using the ENERGYSHARE socket
(See chapter 9.4 "Configuration Software")
Note:
EnergyShare socket is not available for SAFEPOWER EVO-HF 160-200.
Contact the factory for dedicated emergency light solution in accordance with the standard EN50171.
5. CONFIGURATIONS
The available configurations are the following:
Single UPS
The UPS can be installed as a single, stand-alone UPS and this format is most commonly used for relatively straight
forward installations. This can be expanded up to 8 units in order to meet load power demands or to introduce a
level of redundancy.
Parallel configuration
Up to 8 UPSs can be connected in parallel to increase the power of the uninterruptible power system (power
parallel) or to enhance its reliability (redundant parallel).
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The system is defined as “redundant parallel” when the stoppage of one or several UPSs does not determine the
loss of the power supply. All the UPSs power the load simultaneously with automatic sharing of the current.
The units exchange information on the operating status and the sync signals by means of the CANBUS
connections in loop with dual redundancy.
This means that even in the event of the accidental interruption of both connections, only the UPS affected by
this interruption cuts itself off, while the other one continues to operate without any interference.
Maximum communication cable length between two UPS should not exceed 50 meters keeping in mind that
total length for the overall ring is 100 meters.
Standard communication cable, part of installation kit is 5 meter long for all SAFEPOWER EVO-HFrange 10÷200;
user may arrange for a longer cable (according with prescriptions above mentioned) using RJ45 standard cables
available in the market.
The “Hot System Expansion” feature means that a new UPS can be added to the system while the other units are
on-line and powering the load from the Inverter.
The integrated UPS will configure itself automatically with the system data without any disturbance to the load.
NOTE: for realizing a parallel configuration where is required a transformer connected downstream each single
UPS please contact the manufacturer in advance.
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6. UPS DESCRIPTION
The UPS can be operated in four main operating modes: ON-LINE, FREQUENCY CONVERTER, ECO
MODE and SMART ACTIVE and in their main variants described in following paragraph.
Mode: ON-LINE
Normal Operation: the rectifier, drawing power from the mains power supply, supports the Inverter
and charges the batteries; the load is powered by the Inverter which provides a clean and secure
supply, synchronised to the bypass supply.
Emergency Operation: if the mains power supply wanders outside the permitted input range (voltage
and frequency), the rectifier is shut down and the Inverter is automatically powered by the battery set
for the preset back-up time and without disruption to the load. When the mains power supply returns,
the rectifier gradually starts up, charging the batteries and eventually powers the Inverter.
Operation from By-pass: if an Inverter overload exceeds permitted limits (or is manually shutdown),
the load automatically transfers to the emergency bypass via the static switch and without disruption
to the load.
Mode: FREQUENCY CONVERTER
The UPS can be configured as a frequency converter (with “UComGP”), therefore when the input
frequency is 50 Hz the output frequency can be 60 Hz and vice versa. During this mode of operation
the automatic by-pass is disabled. The UPS can work in frequency converter mode with or without the
batteries (must be set up with “UComGP”).
Mode: ECO
The load is normally powered from the emergency bypass supply and the rectifier maintains battery
charge. When the mains power supply wanders outside the permitted input range, the load is
automatically transferred to the output of the Inverter until the mains power supply returns within
range.
This mode is useful when powering loads that do not require the regulated no-break supply from the
Inverter and allows the system to achieve an efficiency greater than 99%.
Mode: SMART ACTIVE
When the UPS is configured to operate in SMART ACTIVE mode, it automatically selects whether to
operate in ON-LINE or ECO mode.
The decision is made based on statistical calculations performed by the UPS and based on the quality
of the mains and bypass supplies: if the latter remains suitable for a certain period, the unit selects
ECO mode, otherwise it remains in ON-LINE mode.
Note: SAFEPOWER EVO-HF working in parallel configuration, may not operate in Eco mode and Smart
Active mode.
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The SAFEPOWER EVO-HF block diagram is as follows:
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> 6.1 PFC CONVERTER (ZERO IMPACT SOURCE)
The PFC Converter converts the AC voltage into a DC supply to power the Inverter; if the mains or
alternative power supply fails, the Converter will raise the battery voltage to a value suitable with
which to power the Inverter. The PFC control technology using DSP (Digital Signal Processor)
microprocessors and IGBT power semiconductors to achieve a low impact on the power supply
source, low harmonic distortion and high input power factor. A zero impact on the supply source is
achieved due to the following characteristics:
Negligible Input Harmonics: upstream generators and transformers (including distribution) can be reduced
due to the negligible input harmonic distortion and high input power factor > 0.99.
Delayed switching of UPS –t0-t1 (Power Walk in-start Delay): when the mains power supply returns, the UPS
delays switching of the input stage for a period of time that can be set between 1 and 120 seconds. This
function is particularly useful when the mains power supply returns after an interruption (or when the
generator set is started) and the source must supply various UPS or, more typically, multiple users.
Progressive rectifier start-up -t1-t2 (Power Walk-in duration): when the mains power supply returns,
absorption of the mains power supply progressively reaches the nominal value within a time period that
can be set from 1 to 125 seconds. This function is normally disabled.
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> 6.2 BATTERY CHARGER (Battery Care System)
The "Battery Care System" is a set of functions arranged to help extend the working life the battery set
and optimise its performance.
Battery recharging: the UPS can be used with sealed lead batteries (VRLA), AGM, open-vented and NiCd
batteries. According to the type of battery used three recharge methods are available:
Recharging modes (selectable by “UComGP”)
SAFEPOWER EVO-HFconfigurations
Floating (standard configuration): the
charge
state
of
the
battery
is
continuously monitored; when the mains
power supply is present, the batteries are
charged at a preset voltage level and
limited current relative to the recharge
time required and the capacity of the
battery itself.
Two-level recharge (configurable): this
recharge is at limited current with two
levels of voltage. In the first instance, the
process uses a quick charge voltage,
whilst in the second stage a float charge.
This type of charging is mainly used with
open-vented batteries or other types
when an accelerated recharge time is
required.
Cyclical
recharge:
this
recharge
is
sometimes recommended by battery
manufacturers to prolong the battery life.
It
consists
of
battery
charge
and
discharge cycles as indicated in the
diagram.
“Commissioning charge”: this charge
method
is
useful
every
time
new
batteries are installed in the UPS. By
increasing the voltage to 290 Volts for a
maximum
of
24
hours,
perfect
equalisation of the battery charge is
assured, thus guaranteeing a uniform
discharge and wear of the battery
monoblocks.
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The various recharge methods and the present voltage values are defined using “UComGP”.
The presence of the external temperature sensor option will activate compensation of the voltage depending on
the temperature with the battery backup voltage (272 V for 20 battery blocks).
Battery test: during normal operation the battery is automatically tested at regular intervals. The battery test
can also be manually activated. The test is performed to ensure a limited battery discharge and impact on
overall life expectancy. If the test returns a negative result a warning is displayed on the UPS panel (or remote
panel, if installed).
Protection against slow discharges: for long runtimes and low load discharges, the end of discharge voltage
is raised to approximately 1.8 V/el as recommended by the battery manufacturers to avoid a deep
discharge state.
Ripple current: recharge ripple current (residual AC component) is one of the most important causes of poor
battery reliability and reduced operating life. The UPS battery charger is a high-frequency design with a
negligible level of ripple current,
Battery recharge limit current: The battery recharge current is limited to a prefixed value of Cnom/8 (i.e. 12.5%
Cnom)
Cold-Start: This feature allows the Inverter to be switched on and the load to be powered by the battery,
when the mains power supply is not present.
UPS without batteries: the UPS must always be operated with the batteries connected; if they are not
connected alarms will be generated and the UPS will not be able to perform to specification.
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> 6.3 INVERTER
The DC/AC Converter (Inverter) converts the direct current into a stabilised sinusoidal alternating
current to power the load. When the UPS is in ON-LINE mode, the load is always powered by the
Inverter.
The Inverter is an IGBT (Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor) based three-phase design; the IGBT is a
transistor that allows high commutation frequencies (8 kHz for this power range). Inverter design is
three level T-NPC type by means of dedicated IGBT bespoke modules. As a result, the Inverter
provides a high quality output voltage, with low noise levels and high operating efficiency. In
addition, the DSP microprocessor controls, guarantee static and dynamic performance under any
operating condition:
Voltage adjustment
The output voltage can be adjusted using the independent phase control and DSP microprocessor;
this enables a better static and dynamic response. In detail:
static condition: the Inverter output voltage remains within ±1% for all variations of the input voltage within
the accepted limits;
dynamic condition: for load variations from 0 to 100%, the output voltage remains within ±3%, (within the
values defined by class 1 of the EN 62040-3 standard).
Frequency adjustment
The Inverter output frequency is generated autonomously by an internal oscillator, in synchronisation
with the bypass supply. Frequency stability is operating condition dependent:
a) Frequency stability
a.
With mains power present: the internal oscillator follows any frequency variations in the
bypass supply and in relation to the present value - normally ± 5% (configurable from ±0,25%
to ±10%).
b.
With no supply present: the Inverter autonomously generates the frequency of the output
voltage with a stability of ± 0,01%.
b) Frequency variation speed
The maximum Inverter output frequency variation (to lock to that of the bypass supply) is 1 Hz/s (adjustable
from 0.5 to 2 Hz/s).
Distortion of the output voltage
Inverter output waveform distortion with a linear load is maintained within ±1%. Within a non-linear
load, as defined by the EN 62040-3 standard (load applied 150 kVA), output voltage distortion does
not exceed ±3%.
Overload
The Inverter is sized to provide a power overload for a limited length of time (see the limits indicated in the
Technical Specifications Table).
When the time period or power limits are exceeded, the load is transferred to the bypass supply.
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Short circuit capacity
If a current surge occurs whilst the UPS is operating, the Inverter will carefully analyse the output
voltage and current in order to distinguish if the short circuit is genuine or an overload.
As for the overload limits refer to technical data table. In case UPS will detect short circuit (VOUT <100
Volt):
During battery operation (bypass power supply failure), the Inverter can supply a current limited to 270%
for 200 ms and after that (if the short circuit is not yet cleared) additional 150% for 300 ms.
When the mains power supply is present, the Inverter will switch to bypass supplying the limited current for
1 sec. (current >103% and output voltage <160 Volt). Otherwise, if current is greater than 150%, but
voltage within the limit (>160 Volt), UPS will not discriminate the short circuit, continuing to feed the load
for one minute; during this time upstream or downstream protections outside UPS should be able to blow
up.
The table below recommends the sizing of the various protection devices located downstream of the
UPS in order to guarantee their selectivity even in the event of a power failure:
Output protections (values recommended for selectivity)
Rapid fuses (GI)
In (Nominal current)/7
Magnetothermal switches (Curve C)
In (Nominal current)/7
Ultra-rapid fuses (GF)
In (Nominal current)/2
Output voltage symmetry
Under all conditions, output voltage symmetry is maintained within ± 1%, for balanced loads and ± 2%
for unbalanced loads of 100% (e.g. one phase with nominal load, the other two with no load).
Phase shift angle
The three-phase Inverter output voltages have a guaranteed phase separation angle of 120° ± 1° for
balanced loads and 100% for unbalanced loads.
Performance of a 3-phase Inverter SAFEPOWER EVO-HF 160÷200 with reactive loads
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> 6.4 STATIC SWITCH (Automatic Bypass)
A static switch is an electronic device that can automatically transfer the loads connected to the UPS
to the bypass supply in an emergency for example when:
the Inverter is shut down manually;
Inverter overload limits are exceeded;
internal over temperature limits are exceeded;
the Inverter fails;
DC voltage goes outside the permitted range.
If at the time of switchover, the inverter voltage is not synchronised with that of the auxiliary power supply, the
transfer will take place with a delay of around 20 ms; in consideration of the various types of loads, this delay can
be set with “UComGP” (10÷100 ms) or the switchover can be inhibited if there is no synchronism.
Emergency Supply Voltage
Transfer to the emergency supply only takes place if the voltage and the frequency are considered
'suitable' for the load and the limits for transfer can be set on-site by the UPS user.
Voltage range: ±10% (settable from -20% to +15%);
Frequency range: ±5% (settable from ±0,25% to ±10%)
Overload
The static switch has no current fast protection devices to guarantee maximum continuity.
Overcurrent protection shall be provided by protective devices within the overall installation to ensure
UPS compatibility.
UPS static switch is sized to support the following overload periods; above these limits UPS is
automatically turned Off:
110% permanently
125% for 60 minutes
Up to 150% for 10 minutes
Thyristors used on bypass line have I2t (Tj=25°C) = 432.000 A2S for 160 and 200 kVA.
As for further overload limit details refer to technical data table.
Redundant Auxiliary Power Supply for the Automatic Bypass
The UPS is equipped with a redundant auxiliary power supply to allow the automatic bypass to
function even if the main power supply has failed.
If the UPS fails in addition to the main power supply, the load is powered through the automatic
bypass. So doing, control circuits, display, and communication slots remain supplied whilst LCD display
backlight and RS232 and USB ports are not active.
Authorised personnel might get access to UPS info and log event through communication slot serial
link.
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> 6.5 SMART VENTILATION
SAFEPOWER EVO-HF 160÷200 is designed with the most advanced and consolidated technologies. To
improve the level of reliability ensuring the utmost runtime under any environment situation, UPS is
developed with smart ventilation concept. It includes:
Fan failure control: the fans are controlled type. It means that any failure which can result in a
fan rotation stop is reported to the logic. Subsequently, according with the load level and UPS
internal temperature fan rotation speed and overall ventilation is adjusted; meantime user is
promptly warned via display with a dedicated alarm.
Eco Ventilation: with load below 60% and environment temperature 27°C UPS can operate
with 50% of designated fans; others remain in stand-by waiting for load level increase or
temperature rise. This result in a reduction of noise level and energy consumption, preserving
the fan lifespan.
Redundant ventilation: Fan’s embedded control and UPS control software, ensure UPS proper
operation even with a group of fans completely out of order, if load level does not exceed 80%
and if temperature room is below 30°C.
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7. CONTROL PANEL
The control panel consists of a graphical display, 6 visual warning LEDs and 4 function keys.
LCD display is 5.1” wide with 16 rows and 40 characters maximum on each one. The resolution is
240x128 pixel in black / white colour.
LED for mains operation
LED for replace batteries
LED for battery operation
LED for ECO mode
LED for load on bypass
Graphical Display
LED for stand-by/alarm
F1, F2, F3, F4=
FUNCTION KEYS. The function of each key is illustrated in the lower part of the
display and varies according to the menu.
Messages are available in the following languages: Italian, English, French, German, Spanish, Polish,
Chinese and Russian.
At the centre of the control panel there is a wide-area graphical display providing a detailed realtime overview of the UPS operational state. From the control panel the user can switch the UPS on/off,
read electrical measurements - mains, output, battery, etc, and set the main operational parameters.
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The first page is a schematic view of UPS operating status:
Input Line
Battery Charger Line
PFC Converter
Battery Line
Inverter
% Load
Inverter Output Line
% Battery Charge
Automatic Static Bypass
The diagram shows the status of the three power logical modules (PFC Converter, Inverter, Automatic Static
Bypass).
Each module can take on one of the following status types:
Module Off
Module on in normal operating mode
Module alarm or block
The following symbols show the power flow to and from the batteries (uncharged/charged) and the status of
input and Inverter contacts:
Module Off
Module on in normal operating mode
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The display is divided into four main areas, each with a specific function:
1 GENERAL INFORMATION
An area permanently showing the date and time and according to the level of display, either the UPS
model or the title of the menu active at that time.
2 DATA DISPLAY/NAVIGATION MENU
The main area of the display showing key UPS measurements (constantly updated in real-time). The
user can also select and view various menus using the appropriate function keys. After selecting the
required menu, this part of the display shows one or more pages containing all the data relevant to
that menu.
3 UPS STATE / ERRORS - FAILURES
An area in which the UPS operating state is shown. The first line is always active and constantly
displays the state of the UPS at any given time; the second line is active only if an error and/or failure
of the UPS occurs and shows the type of error/failure found. Each line on the right shows the code
corresponding to the current event.
4 EVENT LOG
An area showing chronological events recorded (supply voltage out of range, high temperature,
overload, etc.)and alarms. The log records 960 events in FIFO (First In First Out) mode and the string
contains the following information: Event Code, Event Description, Date and Time.
Data is displayed through the graphical display using the scroll keys; the log can be downloaded in
TXT format using the "UComGP” configuration software.
5 KEY FUNCTIONS
An area divided into four sections, one for each of the function keys. According to the menu active
at any time, the display will show the corresponding function key in the appropriate box.
When an alarm appears an audible warning will sound.
Measurements
Input voltage and frequency;
By-pass voltage and frequency;
Output voltage, current and frequency;
Output power (VA, W and %);
Output peak current;
Battery voltage;
Battery current (charge/discharge);
Internal temperature (control logic, power modules, battery charger, internal batteries);
External battery temperature;
Back-up time;
Output voltage/current and input voltage waveforms;
Output power generated by the UPS [KW.h]
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8. ISOLATING SWITCHES
The UPS is supplied with the following isolating switches located and accessible from behind the case
front door:
SWMB
Manual by pass
SWOUT
Output
SWIN
Input
SWBYP
By pass (Optional on certain versions)
9. COMMUNICATION
Communication ports
The front panel (behind the door) provides access to the following communication ports:
Serial port, available with RS232 connector and USB connector.
NOTE: the use of one connector automatically excludes the other.
Expansion slots (2x) for additional slot-in communications interface cards
Relay cards
A further expansion slot is available for a volt-free signal card (optional) 250 Vac, 3 A, 4
programmable contacts (MultiCom 382).
SAFEPOWER EVO-HF range includes another specific relè card (MultiCom 392) having 8
programmable relè alarms (25 Volt, 1 Amp) and 3 inputs (same available on AS400 port).
Input/output configurations might be adjusted through the advanced configuration software
available for authorised engineers (UComGP).
In order to carry out card installation and configuration refer to dedicated manual.
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RS232 and USB Connectors
RS232 Connector
PIN #
NAME
TYPE
1
USB Connector
SIGNAL
IN
4
3
1
2
PIN #
SIGNAL
1
VBUS
2
TX
OUT
TX serial line
2
D-
3
RX
IN
RX serial line
3
D+
4
GND
4
5
GND
6
POWER
OUT
7
8
+15 V
POWER
Isolated power supply
15 V ±5% 80 mA max
9
WKATX
OUT
ATX power supply wake-up
Communication Slots
The UPS has two panel expansion slots for slot-in interface accessories that can be used for a variety
of communications options including:

Second RS232 port

Serial port duplicator

Ethernet network agent with TCP/IP protocol, HTTP and SNMP

RS232 + RS485 port with JBUS/22#MODBUS protocol
For further accessory information please visit our website.
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AS400 Port
AS400 PORT
PIN #
NAME
TYPE
FUNCTION
1
15 V
POWER
15
GND
POWER
2
REMOTE ON
INPUT #1
8
REMOTE OFF
INPUT #2
7
REMOTE
BYPASS
INPUT #3
4,5,12
BATTERY LOW
OUTPUT #1
6,13,14
BATTERY
WORKING
OUTPUT #2
9,10
LOCK
OUTPUT #3
Isolated auxiliary power supply +15 V ±5% 80 mA max
Ground for the isolated auxiliary power supply (15 V) and
remote controls (Remote ON, Remote BYPASS, Remote
OFF)
By connecting pin 2 with pin 15 for at least 3 seconds the
UPS switches on
By connecting pin 8 to pin 15 the UPS is shut down
immediately
By connecting pin 7 to pin 15 the load power supply
switches from inverter to bypass. For as long as the
connection is made, the UPS continues to operate on
bypass even if the input mains supply fails. If the jumper is
removed with the mains power supply present, the UPS will
resume operation and the load will be powered by the
inverter. If the jumper is removed with the mains power
supply fails, the UPS will resume operation on battery
power.
Reports that the batteries are at the end of discharge when
(1)
contact 5/12 is closed
Reports that the UPS is operating on battery power when
contact 6/14 is closed
When the contact is closed, reports that the UPS is blocked
3,11
BYPASS
OUTPUT #4
(1)
When the contact is closed, reports that the bypass supply
is powering the load
NOTE: The diagram shows the contacts present inside the UPS that can provide a maximum current of
0.5 A at 42 Vdc. The position of the contacts in the diagram is shown without alarms or warnings.
(1)
The output can be programmed through the appropriate configuration software.
The function shown is the default (configured by the manufacturer).
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> 9.1 EMERGENCY SHUTDOWN (R.E.P.O.)
This isolated input is used to switch off the UPS in an emergency. The UPS is supplied with the "Remote
Emergency Power Off" (R.E.P.O.) terminals short circuited. At installation, remove the short-circuit and
connect to the normally closed contact of the shutdown device, using a double-insulating cable.
When activated from a remote push-button or other device in an emergency, the R.E.P.O
connection opens and the UPS switches to stand-by mode. The UPS no longer powers the load.
The R.E.P.O circuit is supplied with SELV type circuits. No external supply voltage is required. When it is
closed (normal condition), a maximum current of 15 mA flows.
After an emergency shutdown, the UPS will return to on-line operating mode only when it receives a
startup command from the mimic panel (provided that the Remote Emergency Power Off device is
not still active).
> 9.2 EXTERNAL SYNCHRONISATION
Different control signals are available on the rear side of the UPS to collect environment status info
(switches ON/OFF) rather than temperature or synchronisation signal; with particular reference to this
one, it is a non-insulated input that can be used to synchronise Inverter output with a suitable signal
from an external source. It is essential when the SAFEPOWER EVO-HFis used in combination with Static
Switch Transfer Systems.
At installation, it is important to:
use an insulation transformer with insulated single-phase output (SELV), 12-24 Vac and power =
0,5 VA;
connect the transformer secondary to the "EXTERNAL SYNC" terminal through a double-insulation
cable with cross-sectional area of 1 sq.mm.
The external synchronisation must be enabled through the advanced configuration software
(UComGP) assigned to authorized personnel.
RESERVED: Reserved signal
EXT.
BATTERY
TEMP
PROBE: External battery
temperature probe connection
From left to right:
EXTERNAL
SYNC:
External
synchronisation
signal
SERVICE
BYPASS:
External remote manual
bypass auxiliary switch
SWITCH
OUT
AUX
CONTACT:
External
remote
output
breaker
auxiliary switch
AUX RELAY SLOT: Slot Relè
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> 9.3 MONITORING AND CONTROL SOFTWARE
The UPS is supplied with Powershield³ UPS monitoring and control software to provide the following:
Chronological event recording
UPS operating status management
E-mail, modem, SNMP agent support
Sequential shutdown and load-shedding within a network environment
> 9.4 CONFIGURATION SOFTWARE
User can modify some of the UPS configurations from the operating mimic panel; here below the list of adjustable
functions:
FUNCTION
DESCRIPTION
DEFAULT
POSSIBLE CONFIGURATIONS
English
Italian
German
French
Spanish
Polish
Russian
Chinese
Language*
Selects mimic panel
language language
English
Output voltage
Selects the rated output
voltage
(Phase - Neutral)
230 V
Buzzer
Selects the audible alarm
operating mode
Reduced
Normal
Reduced: does not sound due to the
momentary intervention of the bypass
Operating mode**
Selects one of four
different operating modes
ON LINE
ON LINE
ECO
SMART ACTIVE
STAND-BY OFF
Battery low **
Estimated autonomy time
remaining for “battery
low” warning
3 min.
1 ÷ 7 @1 min step
Date and time**
UPS internal watch setup
220 V
230 V
240 V
* Pressing the F1 and F4 keys at the same time for t > 2 sec will automatically reset English as default
language.
** This function might be locked by configuration software.
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Authorized service centers can modify all UPS configurations through configuration software (“configurator” of
“UComGP” program) as below defined:
FUNCTION
DESCRIPTION
DEFAULT
POSSIBLE CONFIGURATIONS
BASIC
ON LINE
ECO
SMART ACTIVE
STAND-BY OFF
Frequency converter
Operating mode
Selects one of five different
operating modes
ON LINE
Output voltage
Selects the rated output
voltage
(Phase - Neutral)
230 V
220 ÷ 240 1 V step
200 V with power downgrading
208 V with power downgrading
Output nominal
frequency
Selects the rated output
frequency
50 Hz
50 Hz
60 Hz
Autorestart
Waiting time for automatic
power-on after the return of
mains voltage
5 sec.
Disabled
Delay: 1 - 255 @ 1 sec step
Auto power off
Automatic UPS power-off in
battery operation mode if the
charge is lower than 5%
Disabled
Enabled
Disabled
Buzzer Reduced
Selects the audible alarm
operating mode
Reduced
Normal
Reduced: does not sound due to the
momentary intervention of the bypass
EnergyShare off
Selects the auxiliary socket
operating mode
Always
connected
Timer
Programmed
UPS switching ON-OFF
(daily)
Disabled
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Always connected
Disconnection after n seconds of battery
operation
Disconnection after n seconds from the
battery low pre-alarm signal
... (see software configuration manual)
Timer ON (hh:mm)
Timer OFF (hh:mm)
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FUNCTION
DESCRIPTION
DEFAULT
POSSIBLE CONFIGURATIONS
Autonomy
limitation
Maximum battery operation
time
Disabled
Disabled (complete battery discharge)
1 - 65534 @ 1 sec step
Maximum load
Selects the user overload
limit
Disabled
Disabled
0 - 103 @ 1 % step
Power walk-in start
delay
Adjustable delay for the
Power Walk-In start up
3 sec
Disable (0 sec set up)
Enable 1 ÷120 @ 1 sec step
Power walk-in
duration
Gradual Input current ramp
absorption following mains
return
Disable
Disable (0 sec set up)
Enable 1 ÷ 125 @ 1 sec step
Auto system on
Automatic UPS power-on
Disable
Disable
Enable
UPS Input Current
UPS input current shown on
display
Disable
Disable
Enable
Bypass
Synchronisation
speed
Selects the synchronisation
speed of the inverter to the
bypass line
1 Hz/sec
0.5 Hz/sec
1 Hz/sec
1.5 Hz/sec
2 Hz/sec
Panel lock Enable config
change
Disables UPS settings from
the Display Panel
Settings
enabled
Settings enabled
Settings disabled
Display Code
Disable the access to display
complete menu (remain
accessible measures, states,
alarms, menu, only )
Disable
Panel lock Enable command
Disables command from the
Display Panel
Commands
enabled
External
synchronisation
Selects the source of
synchronisation for the
inverter output
From bypass
line
From bypass line
From external input
From bypass line if within the limits; from
external input otherwise
External
temperature
Activates reading of the
external temperature probe
Disable
Disable
Enable (for floating voltage, only and not
recharging)
Not modifiable compensation:
3,3 mV °C / Cell on the field 25-50°C
Communication
speed Slot 1
Communication speed for
serial port (Slot 1)
1200 bps
1200 bps (PRTK GPSER11201..)
9600 bps (PRTK GPSER19601..)
Communication
speed Slot 2
Communication speed for
serial port (Slot 2)
1200 bps
1200 bps (PRTK GPSER11201..)
9600 bps (PRTK GPSER19601..)
ADVANCED
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Enable and setup the code sequence
(4 selecting characters, 6 digits: 4096 possible
keys)
Commands enabled
Commands disabled
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FUNCTION
DESCRIPTION
DEFAULT
Separated bypass
line
UPS bypass line separated
from rectifier line
Separated
bypass line
Auto bypass on
UPS start up and load
feeding as soon as by-pass
line is restored
Disable
POSSIBLE CONFIGURATIONS
BYPASS
Common bypass line
Separated bypass line
Disable
Enable
Bypass mode
Selects the mode of use of
the bypass line
Enabled /
High sensitivity
Enabled / High sensitivity
Enabled / Low sensitivity
Disabled with input/output synchronisation
Disabled without input/output
synchronisation
Bypass active in
stand-by
Load supply from bypass with
UPS in stand-by
Disable (load
NOT supplied)
Disable (load not supplied)
Enable (load supplied)
Bypass frequency
tolerance
Selects the accepted range
for the input frequency for
switching to the bypass and
for the synchronisation of the
output
± 5%
Bypass min.-max.
threshold
Selects the accepted voltage
range for switching to the
bypass
Low: 180 V
High: 264 V
Bypass
intervention
sensibility
Inverter output waveform
sensibility control
0,5 ms
0,5 ÷ 10 ms @ 0,1 ms
Bypass Switching
delay without
synchronisation
Delay transfer to bypass with
no synchro mains-Inverter
10 ms
0 (Transfer disable)
10 ÷ 100 ms @ 10 ms step
Eco mode
sensibility
Selects the intervention
sensitivity during operation in
ECO mode
Normal
Low
Normal
High
Eco mode
min.-max.
threshold
Selects the accepted voltage
range for operation in ECO
mode
Low: 200 V
High: 253 V
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± 0.25%
± 0.5%
± 0.75%
± 1 - ±10 @n 1% step
Low: 180 ÷ 220 @ 1 V step
High: 240 ÷ 264 @ 1 V step
Low: 180 ÷ 220 @ 1 V step
High: 240 ÷ 264 @ 1 V step
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FUNCTION
DESCRIPTION
DEFAULT
POSSIBLE CONFIGURATIONS
UPS without
battery
Operating mode without
batteries (for converters or
voltage stabilizers)
Operating with
Batteries
Battery low time
Estimated autonomy time
remaining for “battery low”
warning
3 min.
1 - 255 @ 1 min step
Autorestart voltage
Minimum Battery voltage for
automatic restart
236 V
200 ÷ 260 @ 1 V step
Automatic battery
test
Interval of time for the
automatic battery test
40 hours
Disabled
1 ÷ 273 hours @ 1 hour step
1 ÷ 39 day at defined hour
Defined day and hour within the month
Parallel common
battery
Common Battery for parallel
UPS systems
Disable
Disable
Enable
Internal battery
capacity
Nominal Battery capacity for
internal batteries
Change
according with
UPS model
0 – 18 Ah @1 Ah step
Nominal Battery capacity for
external batteries
7 Ah for UPS
without internal
batteries;
0 Ah all other
cases
0 ÷ 999 @ 1 Ah step
BATTERY
External battery
capacity
Battery charging
algorithm
Algorithm and Battery
recharging threshold (#)
Two levels
Battery recharging
current
Recharging current compare
to battery nominal capacity
(%)
Internal charger
Nominal recharging current
for internal battery charger
Change
according with
UPS model
Additional charger
(external)
Nominal recharging current
for external battery charger
(not inside UPS)
0A
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12%
With Batteries
Without Batteries
Floating
Two levels
Cycling recharge
Customised
3 ÷ 50 @ 1% step
6 Amps
10 Amps
20 Amps
25 Amps
0 ÷ 100 @ 1 Amp step
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FUNCTION
DESCRIPTION
DEFAULT
POSSIBLE CONFIGURATIONS
I/O card model
Select the relay expansion
card type
MultiCom 382
[4 out]
Input contact #3
mode
Input contact port setting
(AS400 port or
MultiCom 382)
See software configuration manual
Output contact #1#2-#3-#4 mode
Output contact port setting
(AS400 port or
MultiCom 382)
See software configuration manual
Output contact
#1 ÷ #8
Mode/Logic/Delay
Output contact port setting
(MultiCom 392)
See software configuration manual
EXTERNAL I-O
MultiCom 382 [4 out]
MultiCom 392 [8 out]
(#) Batteries voltage configuration
Recharging voltage
±286 V
±260 ÷ ±300 V
Floating voltage
±273 V
±260 ÷ ±300 V
Battery low voltage
±220 V
±210 ÷ ±240 V
End discharge votage
±204 V
±190 ÷ ±230 V
Recharging current
12 %
Battery custom
thresholds
3 ÷ 50 %
10. UPS CABINET
The cabinet is made of galvanised steel with an IP20 rating (degree of Ingress Protection), even with
the front door open.
Ventilation via the rear panel; air intake is front to rear.
The main assemblies (including the power module) are temperature monitored.
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11. OPTIONS
> 11.1 COMMUNICATION
UPSMON is a centralised UPS management and control software package using the SNMP
communications protocol. It is the ideal UPS management tool for IT/EDP managers running Data
Centre and medium-to-large-sized networks.
The main features of the software include:
Various display levels by geographical areas, building plans, maps.
Multi-user accesses with various security levels.
Compatible with RFC 1628 standard SNMP agents.
Graphical representation and file backup of operating measurements
Notification of alarms via email and SMS.
Integrated Wap Server for display of alarms.
Suitable for operation with Windows operating systems: (98, ME, NT, 2000, 2003, and Xp) Linux, Mac
OS X, Solaris 8 and 9.
Hardware
Two slots are available in which to house one or two of the following options:
NetMan 204: the NetMan network agent allows UPS management across a LAN using any
of the main network communication protocols TCP/IP, HTTP, HTTPS and network interface
SNMP v1 end v3. NetMan enabled UPS integrate easily into medium and large sized
networks and provide reliable communications between the UPS and management
systems employed.
MultiCom 302: a Modbus/Jbus protocol converter through an RS232 or RS485 output for monitoring
the UPS, for example, from a BMS (Building Management System). It also provides a second
independent RS232 serial line that can be used by other devices such as a NetMan or PC.
MultiCom 352: it is a serial duplexer that allows two devices to be connected to a single serial port
on a UPS. It can be used where numerous serial connections and multiple UPS polling are required,
and is ideal for LAN networks with a firewall.
MultiCom 382: it provides a set of relay contacts to provide UPS alarm and status indication. The
contacts are connected through terminal connections. Signal contacts include Emergency Power
Off (EPO), Remote Shut Down (RSD), On Battery, On Bypass, Alarm and Low battery. The contacts
are change over or normally open.
Multicom 401: it is an external accessory with which you can connect a UPS to a Profibus DP
network. With this device management and monitoring of the UPS can be integrated in a control
system based on one of the field buses most widely used in industry for communication between
control/automation systems and distributed I/O.
Multi I/O: Multi I/O has configurable input and output signal contacts to allow UPS integration with
control systems. It can be used to connect two devices to a single UPS serial communication port.
It can also communicate using the MODBUS/JBUS protocol on RS485 lines.
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MultiCom 372: MultiCom 372 provides a UPS with an additional RS232 serial interface port. The card
has Emergency Power Off (EPO) and Remote Shutdown (RSD) inputs with terminal connections.
Kit for AS400 and i-Series: the IBM AS400 has a single-level memory management feature that makes it
compulsory for the system to be shutdown in a controlled and orderly manner. Without UPS protection an AS400
is not protected from mains failures. A momentary loss of power can cause hardware damage, data corruption
and a lengthy reboot period. The SIEL UPS AS400 interface kit allows a UPS to be connected to the AS400 to
initiate an orderly system shutdown on mains failure.
MultiPanel: MultiPanel is a remote monitoring device that can provide a detailed UPS status overview in real
time. It is compatible with all SIEL UPS and can display values for UPS specific input and output supplies, and
battery set measurements. MultiPanel has a high-definition graphical display and can report in 7 languages:
English, Italian, German, French, Spanish, Russian and Chinese. It has 3 independent serial ports, one of which
allows for UPS monitoring via the MODBUS/JBUS protocol (on either an RS485 or RS232 serial line). The others can
be used with devices such as the Netman or a PC running PowerShield3 software.
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> 11.2 EXTERNAL BATTERY TEMPERATURE SENSOR
The UPS has a special entry point for measuring the temperature inside a remote Battery Box and indicating the
temperature on the UPS display.
The specific kit supplied by the manufacturer includes a bipolar double insulated cable measuring 6 meters. The
use of a bipolar cable without insulation exposes the UPS and the user to risks resulting from a lack of insulation as
the reading refers directly to the UPS neutral earthing.
Once installed, the device is configured using the "UComGP” software package assigned to authorized
personnel.
> 11.3 EXTERNAL MAINTENANCE BYPASS
An external remote maintenance bypass can be installed with the UPS, to allow, for example, UPS
replacement without disruption to the load.
If this option is chosen, it is essential to connect the “SERVICE BYPASS” terminal located inside the UPS
to the auxiliary “Normally Open “(NO) contact of the SERVICE BYPASS switch. Operation of the
SERVICE BYPASS switch closes this auxiliary contact and informs the UPS. If such a connection is not
made, operation of the remote maintenance bypass may disrupt the supply of power to the load
and damage the UPS.
Note: Always check that the remote maintenance bypass installation (if selected) is compatible with
any transformer options selected for the UPS - see paragraph 11.6 Optional Transformer.
> 11.4 BATTERY CABINETS
The battery cabinet should be used to provide suitable power back up when an UPS mains failure
occur.
The number of batteries housed within the cabinet varies according to UPS rating. It is therefore
necessary to carefully match that Battery Cabinet DC rating to that of the UPS.
UPS can monitor the status of battery switch located on the cabinet via auxiliary switch contact
connected to MultiCom 392 and proper card configuration via “UComGP” program. (Reserved to
authorised personnel).
The Battery Cabinet configuration is shown below.
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Other solutions may be developed on site, bearing in mind that:
- The structure of the battery enclosure must respect that described above;
- The number of batteries must remain constant (20+20 12 Volt monoblocks);
- The battery capacity (expressed in Ah) must fall within the range of 4 and 20 times the available
recharging current (see the “technical specifications table”).
According with UPS power, minimum battery configuration is 1x100 Ah associate either to SAFEPOWER
EVO-HF 160 or SAFEPOWER EVO-HF 200 kVA.
> 11.5 ADDITIONAL BATTERY CHARGER
The UPS can be furnished from the factory with an additional battery charger placed in parallel with the
standard one (SAFEPOWER EVO-HF 160÷200).
It’s possible to install the additional charger on site also through a special installation kit (SAFEPOWER EVO-HF
160÷200).
Model
SAFEPOWER EVO-HF 160-200 kVA
Standard battery charger
25 Amperes
Additional battery charger
25 Amperes (50 Amperes total)
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> 11.6 OPTIONAL TRANSFORMERS
An external transformer can be installed. Transformer options include: supply neutral reference, Galvanic isolation
and output voltage (step-up or down).
Electric connections diagrams
The following drawings just provide a general overview of the possible installation scenarios.
Every configuration should be carefully evaluated according with the real installation environment.
Note: An external transformer will modify the neutral arrangements of the installation. Therefore, if a "remote
maintenance bypass” is installed it must be sited downstream of the transformer (for an input-side transformer)
or upstream (for an output-side transformer).
UPS without variation of the neutral arrangements
UPS with Galvanic insulation on the input
UPS with Galvanic insulation on the output
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UPS without variation of the neutral arrangements and with a separate bypass supply input
Remove the jumpers present between the SWIN and SWBY insulating switches, if present
UPS with Galvanic insulation on the input-side and separate bypass supply input
Remove the jumpers present between the SWIN and SWBY insulating switches, if present
UPS with Galvanic insulation on the output-side and separate bypass supply input
Remove the jumpers present between the SWIN and SWBY insulating switches, if present
Separate bypass on separated lines upstream:
Neutral of the input line and that of the bypass are joined inside the equipment, therefore they will refer to the same
potential. If the two mains supplies are different, it is necessary to use an insulation transformer on one of the inputs.
Note: In all these three cases below, the neutrals feeding both rectifier and bypass inputs are different.
Assuming the UPS joins them together, ensure that earth connections is carried out either on bypass line
neutral or rectifier line neutral, not on both!
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UPS with a separate bypass supply and galvanic insulation on bypass line
Remove the jumpers present between the SWIN and SWBY insulating switches, if present
UPS with a separate bypass supply and galvanic insulation on rectifier line
Remove the jumpers present between the SWIN and SWBY insulating switches, if present
UPS with a separate bypass supply connected to an independent mains supply and with galvanic insulation on
both input lines
Remove the jumpers present between the SWIN and SWBY insulating switches, if present
> 11.7 SEPARATE LINE INPUT
All SAFEPOWER EVO-HF UPS within the range 10÷200 are supplied with common inputs for rectifier and bypass
stages.
Moreover, UPS may be kitted out on factory with separate lines (“Dual Input” Version).
Standard UPS may turns to “Dual Input” version even on site, thanks to the installation of dedicated kit carried out
by authorised personnel, properly trained on this regard.
Installation kits are four in connection with the UPS sizes (SAFEPOWER EVO-HF 10÷20; SAFEPOWER EVO-HF 30÷40;
SAFEPOWER EVO-HF 60÷100).
If UPS moves from single Input to “Dual Input” version, UPS protections should be sized accordingly (refer to
installation manual).
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All the UPS versions in the range SAFEPOWER EVO-HF 160÷200 kVA are provided with a single feeding input. Simply
removing the parallel input jumpers it is possible to separate the bypass line from the rectifier input line directly on
site.
Anyway, this operation guarantee the dissection of both the feeding lines through the two switches present on
the UPS (SWIN-SWBYP).
> 11.8 AUXILIARY SOCKETS
SAFEPOWER EVO-HF 160÷200 kVA are equipped as standard with auxiliary sockets named Aux Output (1xShucko
directly connected to the output).
It caters auxiliary power supply (230 V / max 10 A).
SAFEPOWER EVO-HF 10-100
No Energy share socket is contemplated as option for SAFEPOWER EVO-HF 160÷200 kVA.
NOTE: if the output switch (SWOUT) is opened while the UPS is on, both sockets remain powered.
If a manual bypass switch (SWMB) is inserted, the output switch (SWOUT) is opened and the UPS
switches off and both sockets will no longer be powered.
> 11.9 TOP CABLE ENTRY
It is an optional accessory compatible with SAFEPOWER EVO-HF160÷200 kVA.
This accessory facilitate the cable fixing whenever is required a cable top entry installation; it can be placed on
right side of the UPS and it comes with interconnection cables (further option) between UPS input/output
standard connection bars and the side cabinet fixing terminals. Customer shall accommodate and fix the
incoming cables from the roof according with the domestic standards and/or best practices.
For further details, please refer to Top cable entry installation drawings.
> 11.10 EYEBOLTS KIT
It is an optional accessory compatible with SAFEPOWER EVO-HF160÷200 kVA.
This accessory can be requested to facilitate the UPS moving and placement during the installation.
Please refer to the kit installation manuals for further details and warnings.
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12. ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
Room ambient temperature
0 to 40° C
Maximum operative temperature (continuous)
40° C
Recommended working temperature for optimum
20 to 25° C
battery performance
- 25° up to +60 °C (UPS)
Storage temperature
- 15° up to +40 °C (UPS with battery)
13. TECHNICAL DATA 160-200 kVA
Mechanical Characteristics
SAFEPOWER EVO-HF UPS Power (kVA)
160
200
Dimensions [mm]
Width
840
Depth
1050
Height
1900
Weight [Kg]
450
Ventilation
460
Forced through internal fans (failure controlled)
Cabinet IP rating
IP20
Cable input
From the bottom/On the rear
Colour
RAL 7016
SAFEPOWER EVO-HF UPS Power (kVA)
Electrical data
160
200
INPUT
Nominal voltage
Maximum Input Current
380-400-415 Vac Three-Phase plus neutral
(1)
316
385
Voltage range (without switching to
320 to 480 V at 100% of the load
battery power)
240 to 480 V at 50% of the load
Nominal frequency
50 or 60 Hz
Input frequency tolerance
40 to 72 Hz
Total Harmonic distortion (THDi) and power
factor with full load
Rectifier progressive start-up
(Power Walk-in duration)
Adjustable delay for the rectifier start up
(Power Walk-in start delay)
(1)
< 3% , pf 0,99
2,5% , pf 0,99
Programmable from 1 to 125 seconds in steps of 1 second
(standard disable)
Programmable from 1 to 120 seconds in steps of 1second.
(3 seconds by default)
The maximum input current is stated for the following general conditions:
Nominal linear load (pf =1).
Input voltage at 346 Volts.
Battery charging current of 25 Ampere.
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Electrical data
SAFEPOWER EVO-HF UPS Power (kVA)
160
200
DC BUSBAR AND BATTERY SET
Number of battery cells
120+120
Float voltage
273+273 Vdc
(2,27 V/el. adjustable)[V]
Boost voltage
288+288 Vdc
(2,4 V/el. adjustable) [V]
End of discharge voltage – load
192+192 Vdc
dependent (1,6 V/el. adjustable) [V]
Battery Maximum Current[Amp]
456
Standard battery charger (2)
567
Nominal 25 Amps
0-100 %
25 A
Additional battery charger (2)
(2)
Additional 25 A
Full load
25 A
95% load
50 A
The currents refer to input voltages ≥ 200 Volt
Electrical data
SAFEPOWER EVO-HF UPS Power (kVA)
160
200
Nominal power [kVA]
160
200
Active power PF 1 [kW]
160
200
160
200
INVERTER
Nominal power with load power factor
from 0,9 inductive to 0,9 capacitive [kVA]
- without power downgrading
Nominal voltage
380/400/415 Vac Three-Phase plus neutral
Derating for output voltage (Phase –
Neutral) set to:
220 V
-4%
208 V
- 10 %
200 V
- 13 %
Nominal frequency
50 / 60 Hz
Static stability
Dynamic stability
Recovery Time within ± 1%
Crest factor
(Ipeak/Irms as per EN 62040-3)
Voltage distortion with linear and distorting
load (EN 62040-3)
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± 0,5%
± 3%
(3)
(resistive load)
EN62040-3 class performance 1 distorting load
20 ms
In compliance with standard EN 62040-3, class 1
3:1
≤ 0,5% with linear load
≤ 3% with distorting load
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Inverter frequency stability without by-pass
0,01%
supply synchronisation
Rate of Frequency variation
1 Hz/sec (adjustable from 0,5 to 2)
Voltage phase Dissymmetry with balanced
± 1% / ± 2%
and unbalanced loads
Voltage phase shift with balanced and
120 ± 1 °
unbalanced loads
>100% ÷ ≤ 103% infinite
>103% ÷ ≤ 110% 60 min.
Inverter Overload
>110% ÷ ≤ 125% 10 min.
>125% ÷ ≤ 150% 1 min.
>150% ÷ ≤ 200% 0,5 sec.
>200% 0,2 sec
Short circuit current
2,7 In for 200 ms + 1,5 x In for 300 ms
Efficiency on battery-operation
(3)
>95,5 %
@ Mains / battery / mains @ resistive load 0% / 100% / 0%
Electrical data
SAFEPOWER EVO-HF UPS Power (kVA)
160
200
BY-PASS
Nominal voltage
Output nominal current [A]
Bypass voltage range
Nominal frequency
Bypass input frequency range
Transfer time from By-pass to Inverter
(UPS in "ECO mode") [ms]
Transfer delay to Inverter from By-pass
[sec]
380-400-415 Vac Three-Phase plus neutral
232
290
from 180 V (adjustable 180-200) to 264 V (adjustable 250-264 V)
50 to 60 Hz
± 5% (adjustable from 0,25 to 10%)
2 ms - typical
4 sec
Max current in short circuit for:
20 ms (Tj 25°C) [A]
9300
100 ms (Tj 25°C) [A]
6500
≤ 110% infinito
Overload capability on bypass line
> 110% ÷ ≤125% 60 min.
> 125 ÷ ≤150% 10 min.
> 150% 1 min.
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SAFEPOWER EVO-HF UPS Power (kVA)
Electrical data
160
200
25% Load
95,1%
95,6%
50% Load
95,5%
96,2%
75% Load
95,8%
96,1%
100% Load
95,4%
95,8%
SYSTEM
AC/AC Efficiency (On line) – [%]
Auto-consumption:
UPS on line mode without load [kW]
1,5
UPS stand by without load [kW]
0,4
Efficiency with UPS in ECO mode
Load 50%
98,8%
Load 100%
Audible noise at 1 mt (according to
EN62040-3) –[dBA+/-2 dBA] (4)
98,9%
99,1%
99,2%
≤ 68 @ On line mode
≤ 70 @ On line mode
≤ 50 @ Eco mode
Operating temperature
≤ 50 @ Eco mode
0 ± 40 ºC
Max. relative humidity during operation
90% (without condensation)
1000 m at nominal power
Max. installation altitude
( -1% reduction in power for every 100 m over 1000 m)
Max 4000 m
6,9 kW
Power dissipated with resistive nominal
load (pf=1) and with battery charged *
5933 kcal/h
7997 kcal/h
23544 B.T.U./h
31733 B.T.U./h
Power dissipated with resistive nominal
7,5 kW
9,9 kW
6449 kcal/h
8512 kcal/h
25591 B.T.U./h
33780 B.T.U./h
load (pf=1) and with battery under
recharge (25 Amp)*
UPS fan capacity
[m3/h]
Max current leaked to earth **
(4)
9,3 kW
3500
≤ 300 mA
Data refer to typical load (75% kVA and pf 0,66)
* 3,97 B.T.U. = 1 kcal
** The dispersion current of the load is added to that of the UPS on the ground protection conductor.
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Issue date: 2015-10-05
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