Mastervolt MVSV 2700 User manual

Mastervolt MVSV 2700 User manual
2 VOLT GEL CELLS
MVSV series
USER AND INSTALLATION MANUAL
10000010113/06
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CONTENTS
1
SAFETY GUIDElINES AND MEASURES .......................................................................................................................... 4
2
GENERAl INFORMATION.................................................................................................................................................. 5
2.1 Use of this manual ...................................................................................................................................................... 5
2.2 Validity of this manual ................................................................................................................................................. 5
2.3 Disclaimer ................................................................................................................................................................... 5
2.4 Guarantee specifications ............................................................................................................................................ 5
2.5 liability ......................................................................................................................................................................... 5
2.6 Important to know ....................................................................................................................................................... 5
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INSTAllATION .................................................................................................................................................................... 6
3.1 Before you start .......................................................................................................................................................... 6
3.2 location to install ......................................................................................................................................................... 6
3.2.1 General .................................................................................................................................................................... 6
3.2.2 Ventilation ................................................................................................................................................................ 6
3.2.3 Use of battery racks ................................................................................................................................................. 6
3.3 Connection.................................................................................................................................................................. 7
3.4 Configurations............................................................................................................................................................. 7
3.4.1 Models MVSV 280, MVSV 420, MVSV 500, MVSV 580 and MVSV 750 ................................................................. 7
3.4.2 Models MVSV 1000, MVSV 1250, MVSV 1500 and MVSV 1650 ............................................................................ 8
3.4.3 Model MVSV 2200 ................................................................................................................................................... 9
3.4.4 Model MVSV 2700 ................................................................................................................................................. 10
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OPERATION ..................................................................................................................................................................... 11
4.1 Discharge.................................................................................................................................................................. 11
4.2 Charging ................................................................................................................................................................... 11
4.3 Alternating currents ................................................................................................................................................... 11
4.4 Charging currents ..................................................................................................................................................... 11
4.5 Temperature ............................................................................................................................................................. 11
4.6 Temperature related charge voltage ......................................................................................................................... 11
4.7 Electrolyte ................................................................................................................................................................. 11
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MAINTENANCE ................................................................................................................................................................ 12
5.1 Battery maintenance and control .............................................................................................................................. 12
5.2 Tests ......................................................................................................................................................................... 12
5.3 Faults ........................................................................................................................................................................ 12
5.4 Storage and taking out of operation .......................................................................................................................... 12
5.5 Transport .................................................................................................................................................................. 12
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SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................................................................................ 13
6.1 What’s in the box ...................................................................................................................................................... 13
6.2 Physical specifications .............................................................................................................................................. 14
6.3 Electrical specifications ............................................................................................................................................. 15
6.3.1 General .................................................................................................................................................................. 15
6.3.2 Charge voltage settings for three step battery chargers ........................................................................................ 15
6.3.3 Final discharge voltage .......................................................................................................................................... 15
6.3.4 Open circuit voltage versus remaining capacity ..................................................................................................... 15
6.4 Constant current discharge ....................................................................................................................................... 16
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1 SAFETY GUIDELINES AND MEASURES
Observe these instructions and keep them
located near the battery for future reference.
Work on the battery should be carried out by
qualified personnel only.
Electrolyte is very corrosive. In normal
working conditions contact with the electrolyte
is impossible. If the battery container is
damaged, do not touch the exposed
electrolyte because it is corrosive.
Do not smoke!
Do not use any naked flame or other sources
of ignition.
Risk of explosion and fire.
While working on batteries wear protective
eye-glasses and clothing.
Observe the accident prevention rules as well
as EN 50 272-2, VDE 0105 Part 1.
Any acid splashes on the skin or in the eyes
must be flushed with plenty of clean water
immediately. Then seek medical assistance.
Spillages on clothing should be rinsed out with
water.
Explosion and fire hazard. Avoid short circuits,
use insulated tools. Do not place tools or
other items on the battery. Do not wear any
metallic items such as watches, bracelets
etcetera.
Batteries are heavy. If involved in an accident,
they can become a projectile! Ensure
adequate and secure mounting and always
use suitable handling equipment for
transportation. Handle with care because
batteries are sensitive to mechanical shock.
Caution! Metal parts of the battery are always
alive; therefore do not place items or tools on
the battery.
Keep children away from batteries.
Non-compliance with operating instructions, repairs
made with other than original parts, or repairs made
without authorization (e.g. opening of valves) render
the guarantee void.
Disposal of batteries
Spent batteries are harmful to health and environment. Therefore batteries may not be mixed with
domestic or industrial waste but must be collected and recycled separately. Contact your supplier for
recollection and recycling of batteries or contact an authorized waste management company.
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2 GENERAL INFORMATION
2.1
USE OF THIS MANUAL
This manual serves as a guideline for the safe and
effective installation, operation and maintenance of the
Mastervolt MVSV gel batteries, further mentioned as
“cell(s)” or “battery” / “batteries”
It is obligatory that every person who works on or with the
batteries must be completely familiar with the contents of
this manual, and that he/she carefully follows the
instructions contained herein.
Installation of, and work on the batteries, may be carried
out only by qualified, authorized and trained personnel,
consistent with the locally applicable standards and taking
into consideration the safety guidelines and measures
(chapter 1 of this manual).
Keep this manual at a secure place!
2.2
VALIDITY OF THIS MANUAL
All of the specifications, provisions and instructions
contained in this manual apply solely to standard versions
of the Mastervolt MVSV gel batteries that were delivered
by Mastervolt from 1 July 2006 on.
2.3
DISCLAIMER
Our products are subject to continual development and
improvement. Therefore, additions or modifications to the
products may cause changes to the technical data and
functional specifications. No rights can be derived from
this document. Please consult our most current Terms &
Conditions of Sale.
2.4
GUARANTEE SPECIFICATIONS
Mastervolt guarantees that the Mastervolt MVSV gel
batteries have been built according to the legally
applicable standards and specifications. Should work take
place, which is not in accordance with the guidelines,
instructions and specifications contained in this user
manual, then damage may occur and/or the batteries may
not fulfil their specifications. All of these matters can mean
that the guarantee becomes invalid.
The guarantee is limited to the costs of repair and/or
replacement of the product. Costs for installation labor or
shipping of the defective parts are not covered by this
guarantee.
The period and conditions of this guarantee are laid down
in the general conditions of delivery as registered with the
Chamber of Commerce and Industries in Amsterdam
number 33279951 and are available on request.
2.5
LIABILITY
Mastervolt can accept no liability for:

consequential damage due to use of the batteries;

possible errors in the manuals and the results thereof.
2.6
IMPORTANT TO KNOW
Stationary valve-regulated lead acid batteries do not
require topping up water. Never open the battery. Do not
add acid or distilled water. Pressure valves are used for
sealing and cannot be opened without destruction.
For the installation and operation of stationary batteries
EN 50 272-2 is mandatory.
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3 INSTALLATION
3.1
3.2.2
BEFORE YOU START
Ventilation

Installation, connection and protection must be
executed in accordance with the locally applicable
regulations.
DO NOT install the batteries in airtight enclosures. Under
overcharging conditions, lead acid batteries can vent an
explosive mixture of hydrogen gas.

Check the contents of the delivery. See section 6.1 on
page 13 for an overview of components that are
standard included with the delivery.

After unpacking, check each battery for mechanical
damage. Do not use the product if it is damaged. If in
doubt, contact your supplier.
The ventilation of battery rooms and cabinets must be
carried out according to EN 50272-2. Under normal
conditions the minimum air flow rate for ventilation of a
battery location or compartment for Mastervolt MVSV gel
batteries shall be calculated by the following formula (up to
40° C operating temperature).

Check the batteries for correct polarity:
Terminal colour
-3
3
Q = 0.05 x n x Cnom x 10 [m /h]
Indication on battery
Meaning
Red
+
Positive
Blue
–
Negative

Check each cell separately by measuring the open
circuit voltage. U ≥ 2.07V.

Control of insulation resistance: New batteries: > 1MΩ
Used batteries: > 100 Ω/Volt.
Where
n
= number of cells
Cnom
= Nominal capacity (see Specifications)
With natural ventilation (air convection) the minimum inlet
and outlet area (A) is calculated as follows (Air convection
speed = 0.1 m/s):
A = 28 x Q [cm²]
Example:
3.2
LOCATION TO INSTALL
3.2.1
General
Standards referring to installation, cabinets, equipment or
battery rooms are: EN 50091-1-2, IEC 896-2 (/3/) (draft
IEC 60896-21 (/4/)) and EN 50272-2 (/1/).
Given: 24V battery bank consisting of 12 pieces Mastervolt
MVSV 800 gel batteries, Cnom = 998 Ah,
Calculation of fresh air necessary:
-3
-3

Keep batteries away from heat sources. Allowed
operating temperature: –20 to 45ºC / –4 to 113ºF.
Nominal operating temperature: 10 to 30ºC / 50 to
86ºF. Recommended at 20ºC / 68ºF. The battery life
is halved for every 10ºC of rise in temperature. Lower
temperatures will reduce the available capacity.
3
= 0.05 x 12 x 998 Ah x 10 [m /h]
3
= 0.5988 [m /h]
Obey the following stipulations when choosing a location
to install the batteries:

3
Q = 0.05 x n x Cnom x 10 [m /h]
A = 28 x Q [cm²]
= 28 x 0.5988 [cm²]
= approx. 16.8 [cm²]
Potential sources of ignition must have a safety distance to
the pressure valves of the batteries as specified in EN
50272-2.
Battery installation should be made such that
temperature differences between individual units do
not exceed 3ºC / 5ºF.
3.2.3
Use of battery racks

Keep at least 1cm / 0.5 inch space between the
batteries. Mastervolt can supply dedicated cooling
plates for this purpose (Part No. 67909014).


Each cell should be supported separately by the rack
over its full length. Never stack a battery on another
battery.
All models of the MVSV range are suitable for both
horizontal and vertical mounting. All cells should be
mounted either vertically or horizontally.


Please note that models MVSV 2000 (67162000) and
MVSV 2500 (67202500) which were delivered before
st
January 1 2006 are only allowed to be installed in
upright (vertical) position. See also chapter 2.2. If in
doubt, contact your supplier.
Check that the battery racks are stable and horizontal.
For the shelf assemblies with 4 levels of 2 rows or 5
levels of 3 rows, the assembly should anchored to the
floor.

Precautions must be taken if batteries are being
installed in metallic cabinets or on racks. Keep an air
safety distance of at least 10mm / 0.5inch between
insulated cables and electrically conductive parts, or
use additional insulation.
When batteries are installed horizontally, use of a battery
rack is obligatory. Obey the following recommendations:
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The use of metal clamps on the cells is not
recommended. A system made of insulating material
should be used.

Racks and cabinets shall have a distance of at least
100mm to the wall for a better placement of
connections and better access for cleaning.
3.3
To avoid corrosion of the battery poles Mastervolt
recommends lubricating the inserts and connections
moderately using a small quantity of battery terminal
grease.

Use properly sized and reliable cables, cable lugs and
battery terminals. Tighten all connections firmly. The
following torque values apply for screw connectors:
M8 (20±1) Nm / 175±10 Inlbs.
3.4
Rubber covers shall be fitted to both ends of the
connector cables (pole covers) before installation.

Batteries in series or parallel must be of the same
brand, type, capacity and state of charge. Do not mix
old and new batteries.
If a battery temperature sensor is used, it should be
located on top or on one side of the cell which is located in
the centre of the battery bank.
CONNECTION


Connect the battery with the correct polarity to the charger
(positive pole to positive terminal). Note that the position of
the battery poles may differ from previous installed
batteries! The charger may not be switched on during this
process and the load must not be connected. Connect the
minus cable last of all.
Check if all connections are firmly seated. Then switch on
charger and start charging following chapter 4.2.
CONFIGURATIONS
3.4.1
Models MVSV 280, MVSV 420, MVSV 500, MVSV 580 and MVSV 750
A (8 X)
B (3 X)
B
B
(1 X)
(1 X)
A (4 X)
A (10 X)
12 Volt
Alternative 24V
configuration.
24 Volt
Note: additional 2 pcs. cable
type B (see following table)
not included.
Standard configuration.
All required parts are included in the delivery.
Cable
type
6x
MVSV
280/420
12 x
MVSV
280/420
2
A
4
10
2
A
2
B
2
2
2
2
Battery Cable
70mm , l = 135 mm
70mm , l = 155 mm
70mm , l = 165 mm
70mm , l = 175 mm
70mm , l = 230 mm
95mm , l = 155 mm
95mm , l = 190 mm
6x
MVSV
580
12 x
MVSV
580
6x
MVSV
750
12 x
MVSV
750
A
4
10
B
1
1
A
4
10
B
1
1
1
1
6x
MVSV
500
12 x
MVSV
500
4
10
1
1
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3.4.2
Models MVSV 1000, MVSV 1250, MVSV 1500 and MVSV 1650
C (2 X)
12 Volt
B (8 X)
C (6 X)
C
(2 X)
B
24 Volt
B (20 X)
Alternative 24V configuration.
Note: additional 4 pcs. cable type C (see
following table) not included.
Standard configuration.
All required parts are included in the delivery
Cable type
6 x MVSV
1000/1250
12 x MVSV
1000/1250
2
B
8
20
2
B
2
C
2
C
Battery Cable
70mm , l = 165 mm
95mm , l = 190 mm
70mm , l = 330 mm
95mm , l = 400 mm
(16 X)
2
6 x MVSV
1500/1650
12 x MVSV
1500/1650
8
20
2
2
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Model MVSV 2200
C (9 X)
C (3 X)
12 Volt
B (24 X)
B (12 X)
B (30 X)
C
(3 X)
24 Volt
Alternative 24V configuration.
Standard configuration.
All required parts are included in the delivery.
Battery Cable
2
95mm , l = 115 mm
2
95mm , l = 580 mm
Cable type
B
C
6 x MVSV 2200
12
3
Note: Additional 6 pcs. cable type C (see
following table) not included.
12 x MVSV 2200
30
3
9
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Model MVSV 2700
C (12 X)
C (4 X)
12 Volt
B (32 X)
B (16 X)
C (4 X)
24 Volt
B (40 X)
Standard configuration.
Alternative 24V configuration.
All required parts are included in the delivery.
Note: additional 8 pcs. cable type C (see section
following table) not included.
Battery Cable
2
95mm , l = 115 mm
2
95mm , l = 580 mm
Cable type
B
C
6 x MVSV 2700
16
4
12 x MVSV 2700
40
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4 OPERATION
4.1
DISCHARGE
4.4

Avoid deep discharges. Regular discharges beyond
60% of the nominal capacity are not recommended as
they might shorten the lifetime of the battery.

Recharge the battery immediately after a discharge.

Never discharge below the final discharge voltage.
The final discharge voltage is related to the discharge
current. See section 6.3.3 on page 15.
4.2
CHARGING
Nominal voltage
2V (one cell)
12V (6 cells)
24V (12 cells)
48V (24 cells)
*max 5 hrs
Float
2.30V
13.8V
27.6V
55.2V
Absorption*
2.38V
14.25V
28.5V
57.0V
Regularly, at least every month, fully charge the batteries.
4.3
The charging current should range between 10A to 50A /
100Ah nominal capacity (guide values). When selecting a
battery charger keep in mind that the battery charger must
be capable of supplying both the current of the connected
load and the battery charging current.
Contact your Mastervolt representative for advice if the
charger current exceeds 50A/100Ah nominal capacity.
4.5
Recommended charging method: three step battery
charger with IUoUo characteristic. Voltage settings
(@ 25ºC / 77ºF):
CHARGING CURRENTS
TEMPERATURE
The recommended operation temperature range for
Mastervolt MVSV batteries is 10°C to 30°C, best at 20°C
(50°F to 86°F, best at 68°F). Higher temperatures will
seriously reduce service life. lower temperatures reduce
the available capacity. The absolute maximum
temperature is 55°C (131°F) and should not exceed 45°C
(113°F) in service.
4.6
TEMPERATURE RELATED CHARGE
VOLTAGE
Temperature compensated charging is recommended
according to the table below:
ALTERNATING CURRENTS
When using old-style charging equipment or battery
chargers of inferior quality, alternating currents may flow
through the battery, superimposing onto the direct current
during charge operation. Alternating currents and the
reaction from the loads may lead to an additional
temperature increase of the battery, and strain the
electrodes with possible damages, which can shorten the
battery life. Such damages can be avoided by using
Mastervolt battery chargers.
When recharging up to 2.38V/cell under normal operation,
the actual value of the alternating current is occasionally
permitted to reach 10A (RMS)/100Ah nominal capacity. In
a fully charged state during float charge or standby parallel
operation the actual value of the alternating current must
not exceed 5A (RMS)/100Ah nominal capacity.
Nominal voltage
2V (one cell)
12V (6 cells)
24V (12 cells)
48V (24 cells)
Temperature compensation
–5mV/ºC
–2.8mV/ºF
–30mV/ºC
–17 mV/ºF
–60mV/ºC
–33 mV/ºF
–120mV/ºC
–67 mV/ºF
Mastervolt battery chargers are standard provided with a
battery temperature sensor for automatic adjustment of the
charge voltage.
4.7
ELECTROLYTE
The electrolyte is diluted sulphuric acid and fixed in a gel.
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5 MAINTENANCE
5.1
BATTERY MAINTENANCE AND CONTROL
Keep the battery clean and dry to avoid leakage currents.
Plastic parts of the battery, especially the containers, must
be cleaned with pure water. Never use any additives,
acids and/or scourers.
Check batteries and connections on a regular base.
Defects such as loose or corroded connections must be
corrected immediately.
At least every 6 month measure and record:

Overall voltage the batteries

Voltages of several cells

Surface temperature of several cells

Battery-room temperature
If the cell voltages differs from the average float charge
voltage by more than +0.2V respectively -0.1V or if the
surface temperature difference between cells exceeds
5ºC, a Mastervolt service representative should be
contacted.
Check and record at least every year:
5.3
FAULTS
Call a Mastervolt service representative immediately if
faults in the battery or the battery charger are found.
Recorded data as described in chapter 5.1. must be made
available to the service representative. It is recommended
that a service contract is taken out with your agent.
5.4
STORAGE AND TAKING OUT OF
OPERATION
To store or decommission cells for a longer period of time
they should be fully charged and stored in a dry and cold
but frost-free room, away from direct sun light.
The rate of self-discharge is approximately 2% per month
@ 20ºC/68°F. Elevated environmental temperatures
increase the self-discharge rate of the batteries. Therefore
batteries need supplementary charge according to the
table below to keep its capacity.
Storage temperature
< 20ºC / < 68ºF
20 to 30ºC / 68 to 86ºF
30 to 40ºC / 86 to 104ºF
40 to 50ºC / 104 to 122ºF
Maximum charging
interval
Every 24 months
Every 12 months
Every 6 months
Every 3 months

Voltage of each cell

Surface temperature of each cell

Battery-room temperature

Screw connections
5.5

Screw connections without locking devices have to be
checked for tightness

Battery installation and arrangement

Ventilation
The batteries must be transported in an upright position.
Never lift the batteries at the terminals. Use soft slings to
avoid damage. Do no stand below the batteries. Batteries
without any visible damage are not defined as dangerous
goods under the regulations for transport of dangerous
goods by road (ADR) or by railway (RID). They must be
protected against short circuits, slipping, upsetting or
damaging. Cells may be suitable stacked and secured on
pallets (ADR and RID, special provision 598). It is
prohibited to stack pallets.
5.2
TESTS
Tests have to be carried out according to IEC 60896-22,
DIN 43539 part 1. Special instructions like DIN VDE 0107
and DIN VDE 0108 have to be observed.
TRANSPORT
No dangerous traces of acid shall be found on the
exteriors of the packing unit. Cells whose containers leak
or are damaged must be packed and transported as class
8 dangerous goods under UN no. 2794.
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6 SPECIFICATIONS
6.1
WHAT’S IN THE BOX
4
10
67909023
1
1
2
Battery Cable 70mm , l=330mm
67909026
Battery Cable 95mm2, l=115mm
67909027
2
Battery Cable 95mm , l=155mm
67909021
4
10
Battery Cable 95mm2, l=190mm
67909018
1
1
2
2
2
2
8
20
8
20
2
2
2
2
12 30
16
40
3
3
4
4
6 x MVSV 2200
2
12 x MVSV 1650
20
6 x MVSV 1650
8
12 x MVSV 2700
67909024
Battery Cable 70mm2, l=230mm
20
6 x MVSV 2700
Battery Cable 70mm , l=175mm
8
12 x MVSV 1500
1
6 x MVSV 1500
10
1
12 x MVSV 2200
2
4
12 x MVSV 1250
1
6 x MVSV 1250
1
67909025
12 x MVSV 1000
1
67909017
Battery Cable 70mm2, l=165mm
6 x MVSV 1000
1
Battery Cable 70mm , l=155mm
12 x MVSV 750
10
6 x MVSV 750
4
12 x MVSV 580
10
6 x MVSV 580
4
12 x MVSV 500
67909016
6 x MVSV 500
12 x MVSV 420
2
6 x MVSV 420
Battery Cable 70mm2, l=135mm
Part No.*
12 x MVSV 280
Description
6 x MVSV 280
The following parts are included in the delivery:
Battery Cable 95mm , l=400mm
67909028
Battery Cable 95mm2, l=580mm
67909019
Cover for connector positive
67909100
5
11
5
11
5
11
5
11
5
11
10 22
10
22
10
22
10
22
30 33
20
44
Cover for connector negative,
with hole
67909102
5
11
5
11
5
11
5
11
5
11
10 22
10
22
10
22
10
22
30 33
20
44
Screw M8 x 18 for connector
67909104
12 24
12 24
12
24
12
24
12
24
24 48
24
48
24
48
24
48
36 72
48
96
Spring washer B8 for connector
67909105
12 24
12 24
12
24
12
24
12
24
24 48
24
48
24
48
24
48
36 72
48
96
Angle for end connector
67909106
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
6
6
8
8
Cover for angle rubber
67909107
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
6
6
8
8
Plate for end connector
50x5x80mm
67909206
2
2
Plate for end connector
50x5x110mm
67909201
2
2
Plate for end connector
50x5x140mm
67909202
2
2
2
2
Plate for end connector
50x5x220mm
67909208
2
2
Plate for end connector
50x5x330mm
67909209
2
2
Screw M8x25 for connector
67909104
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
6
6
8
8
Hex nut M8 for end connector
67909108
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
6
6
8
8
Washer B 8, 4 for end connector
67909109
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
6
6
8
8
Spring Washer B8 for connector
67909110
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
6
6
8
8
Insulation for end connector transparent plastic
67909112
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
)
*
Note that these numbers are for reference purposes only. Contents of the delivery may differ due to special agreements.
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PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS
General
Operating temperature:
–20ºC to 45ºC (–4ºF to 113ºF)
Nominal operating temperature:
10ºC to 30ºC (50 ºF to 86ºF), recommended at 20ºC (68ºF)
Storage temperature:
–40°C to 55°C (–40°F to 131ºF)
Material of the battery container:
Styrene-acrylonitrile copolymer (SAN), Ul classification 94 HB
Dimensions and weights
length (l)
Width (b)
Height (h1)
Max mm
Max mm
Max mm
Height (h2)
Max mm
Installed length
(B) Max mm
Weight
(approx.)
Terminal
MVSV 280
126
208
357
399
135
23 kg
F-M8
MVSV 420
126
208
473
515
135
30 kg
F-M8
MVSV 500
147
208
473
515
156
35 kg
F-M8
MVSV 580
168
208
473
515
177
39 kg
F-M8
MVSV 750
147
208
648
690
156
49 kg
F-M8
MVSV 1000
212
193
648
690
221
66 kg
F-M8
MVSV 1250
212
235
648
690
221
80 kg
F-M8
MVSV 1500
212
277
648
690
221
95 kg
F-M8
MVSV 1650
212
277
717
759
221
115 kg
F-M8
MVSV 2200
216
400
775
816
225
160 kg
F-M8
MVSV 2700
214
489
774
816
223
198 kg
F-M8
Model
MVSV 280
MVSV 420
MVSV 1000
MVSV 500
MVSV 1250
MVSV 580
MVSV 1500
MVSV 750
MVSV 1650
Drawings with terminal position not to scale!
MVSV 2200
MVSV 2700
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6.3.1
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ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
General
Model
Part number
Nominal
voltage
Nominal
capacity*
Discharge
current I10*
Pole
pairs
Internal
resistance**
Short circuit
current**
MVSV 280
68000280
2V
280Ah
28.0A
1
0.79mΩ
2700A
MVSV 420
68000420
2V
416Ah
41.6A
1
0.62mΩ
3300A
MVSV 500
68000500
2V
499Ah
49.9A
1
0.53mΩ
3950A
MVSV 580
68000580
2V
582Ah
58.2A
1
0.47mΩ
4400A
MVSV 750
68000750
2V
748Ah
74.8A
1
0.48mΩ
4300A
MVSV 1000
68001000
2V
998Ah
99.8A
2
0.38mΩ
4850A
MVSV 1250
68001250
2V
1248Ah
125A
2
0.33mΩ
6250A
MVSV 1500
68001500
2V
1497Ah
150A
2
0.29mΩ
7850A
MVSV 1650
68001650
2V
1643Ah
164A
2
0.23mΩ
9000A
MVSV 2200
68002200
2V
2190Ah
219A
3
0.19mΩ
10750A
MVSV 2700
68002700
2V
2738Ah
274A
4
0.16mΩ
13400A
* Nominal capacity C10: 1.8V/cell @ 20°C (68°F)
** According to IEC60896-22
6.3.2
Charge voltage settings for three step battery chargers
Float:
2.30V/cell @ 25ºC / 77ºF
Absorption:
2.38V/cell @ 25ºC / 77ºF (max 5 hrs)
Temperature compensation:
-5mV/ºC/cell or -2.8mV/ºF/cell
6.3.3
Final discharge voltage
Model
Part number
Discharge current
C1
C3
C5
C10
MVSV 280
68000280
154A
76.0A
49.8A
28.0A
MVSV 420
68000420
238A
111A
76.6A
41.6A
MVSV 500
68000500
286A
133A
91.9A
49.9A
MVSV 580
68000580
333A
155A
107A
58.2A
MVSV 750
68000750
429A
195A
135A
74.8A
MVSV 1000
68001000
572A
260A
180A
99.8A
MVSV 1250
68001250
715A
325A
225A
125A
MVSV 1500
68001500
858A
390A
269A
150A
MVSV 1650
68001650
992A
479A
309A
164A
MVSV 2200
68002200
1267A
580A
397A
219A
MVSV 2700
68002700
1583A
725A
496A
274A
1.60V
1.70V
1.75V
1.80V
Final discharge voltage
All data refer to 20°C (68°F)
6.3.4
Open circuit voltage versus remaining capacity
Open circuit voltage
1.92V
1.98V
2.03V
2.08V
2.13V
2.16V
Approximate state of charge (± 20%)
0%
20%
40%
60%
80%
100%
Open circuit voltage is measured after the battery was disconnected from any load or power source for at least 24hrs.
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CONSTANT CURRENT DISCHARGE
1.90V/cell – Discharge in A @ 20°C (68°F)
Model
Part number
10min
15min
30min
1h
2h
3h
5h
8h
10h
MVSV 280
68000280
180
158
134
95.3
74.5
57.1
39.0
26.8
22.9
MVSV 420
68000420
244
231
187
143
112
90.0
65.3
44.8
36.7
MVSV 500
68000500
293
277
224
172
134
108
78.4
53.8
44.0
MVSV 580
68000580
342
323
262
200
157
126
91.4
62.7
51.4
MVSV 750
68000750
270
258
243
214
167
138
102
71.9
60.3
MVSV 1000
68001000
360
344
324
285
223
184
136
95.9
80.4
MVSV 1250
68001250
450
430
405
357
278
230
171
120
101
MVSV 1500
68001500
517
516
486
428
334
276
205
144
121
MVSV 1650
68001650
518
518
507
420
312
261
205
155
129
MVSV 2200
68002200
691
669
639
581
469
381
284
207
172
MVSV 2700
68002700
863
837
798
727
587
477
355
259
216
1.87V/cell – Discharge in A @ 20°C (68°F)
Model
Part number
10min
15min
30min
1h
2h
3h
5h
8h
10h
MVSV 280
68000280
216
195
155
105
80.9
61.9
43.4
30.3
25.6
MVSV 420
68000420
308
284
223
163
119
96.6
69.4
47.8
39.6
MVSV 500
68000500
370
341
268
196
143
116
83.3
57.4
47.5
MVSV 580
68000580
431
398
313
228
167
135
97.2
66.9
55.4
MVSV 750
68000750
340
327
305
248
190
154
113
78.0
64.5
MVSV 1000
68001000
453
436
407
331
253
205
150
104
86.0
MVSV 1250
68001250
567
545
508
413
317
257
188
130
108
MVSV 1500
68001500
623
623
610
496
380
308
226
156
129
MVSV 1650
68001650
624
624
615
548
380
319
227
167
139
MVSV 2200
68002200
832
817
793
632
520
437
313
223
185
MVSV 2700
68002700
1040
1022
992
790
650
547
391
278
231
1.85V/cell – Discharge in A @ 20°C (68°F)
Model
Part number
10min
15min
30min
1h
2h
3h
5h
8h
10h
MVSV 280
68000280
243
214
171
113
85.1
65.0
45.4
31.5
26.6
MVSV 420
68000420
332
308
249
176
124
101
71.3
49.1
40.0
MVSV 500
68000500
398
370
299
211
149
121
85.6
58.9
48.5
MVSV 580
68000580
465
431
349
246
174
141
100
68.7
56.6
MVSV 750
68000750
389
368
336
269
202
165
119
82.1
67.6
MVSV 1000
68001000
519
491
448
359
269
220
159
109
90.1
MVSV 1250
68001250
648
613
560
448
337
275
199
137
113
MVSV 1500
68001500
701
701
672
538
404
330
238
164
135
MVSV 1650
68001650
702
702
683
597
431
339
252
181
150
MVSV 2200
68002200
1031
972
864
680
555
463
335
241
200
MVSV 2700
68002700
1288
1215
1080
850
693
578
419
302
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1.83V/cell – Discharge in A @ 20°C (68°F)
Model
Part number
10min
15min
30min
1h
2h
3h
5h
8h
10h
MVSV 280
68000280
261
228
185
122
89.3
68.6
47.5
32.8
27.5
MVSV 420
68000420
350
337
265
187
130
104
72.9
49.8
40,9
MVSV 500
68000500
420
404
318
224
156
125
87.5
59.8
49.1
MVSV 580
68000580
490
472
371
262
182
146
102
69.7
57.3
MVSV 750
68000750
421
404
365
290
216
175
125
86.3
70.4
MVSV 1000
68001000
561
539
487
387
288
233
167
115
93.9
MVSV 1250
68001250
702
673
608
483
360
292
208
144
117
MVSV 1500
68001500
755
755
716
580
432
350
250
173
141
MVSV 1650
68001650
756
756
717
645
480
374
268
190
157
MVSV 2200
68002200
1123
1077
944
733
589
497
358
254
210
MVSV 2700
68002700
1403
1347
1180
917
737
622
447
317
262
1.80V/cell – Discharge in A @ 20°C (68°F)
Model
Part number
10min
15min
30min
1h
2h
3h
5h
8h
10h
MVSV 280
68000280
290
245
203
133
94.5
72.5
49.0
33.3
28.0
MVSV 420
68000420
397
364
280
201
135
107
75.1
50.8
41.6
MVSV 500
68000500
476
437
336
241
162
128
90.1
61.0
49.9
MVSV 580
68000580
556
510
392
281
189
149
105
71.1
58.2
MVSV 750
68000750
478
458
388
314
228
182
131
90.5
74.8
MVSV 1000
68001000
637
611
517
419
304
243
175
121
99.8
MVSV 1250
68001250
797
763
647
523
380
303
218
151
125
MVSV 1500
68001500
858
858
776
628
456
364
262
181
150
MVSV 1650
68001650
859
859
808
694
526
410
287
199
164
MVSV 2200
68002200
1279
1197
1076
863
657
531
378
266
219
MVSV 2700
68002700
1598
1497
1345
1078
822
663
473
332
274
1.75V/cell – Discharge in A @ 20°C (68°F)
Model
Part number
10min
15min
30min
1h
2h
3h
5h
8h
10h
MVSV 280
68000280
331
286
228
144
100
75.4
49.8
33.8
28.3
MVSV 420
68000420
423
389
300
215
139
109
76.6
51.8
42.6
MVSV 500
68000500
508
467
360
258
167
131
91.9
62.2
51.1
MVSV 580
68000580
592
545
420
301
195
153
107
72.5
59.6
MVSV 750
68000750
561
534
463
354
240
190
135
92.2
75.9
MVSV 1000
68001000
748
712
617
472
320
253
180
123
101
MVSV 1250
68001250
935
890
772
590
400
317
225
154
127
MVSV 1500
68001500
1048
1048
926
708
480
380
269
184
152
MVSV 1650
68001650
1049
1049
982
777
585
452
309
209
172
MVSV 2200
68002200
1356
1313
1237
1012
712
567
397
278
229
MVSV 2700
68002700
1695
1642
1547
1265
890
708
496
348
287
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1.70V/cell – Discharge in A @ 20°C (68°F)
Model
Part number
10min
15min
30min
1h
2h
3h
5h
8h
10h
MVSV 280
68000280
363
323
251
150
102
76.0
50.3
34.1
28.4
MVSV 420
68000420
468
425
334
220
142
111
78.2
52.4
43.0
MVSV 500
68000500
562
510
401
264
170
133
93.8
62.9
51.6
MVSV 580
68000580
655
595
468
308
199
155
109
73.4
60.2
MVSV 750
68000750
639
615
527
388
252
195
136
92.7
76.4
MVSV 1000
68001000
852
820
703
517
336
260
181
124
102
MVSV 1250
68001250
1065
1025
878
647
420
325
226
155
127
MVSV 1500
68001500
1267
1230
1054
776
504
390
271
185
153
MVSV 1650
68001650
1268
1260
1135
903
623
479
322
222
176
MVSV 2200
68002200
1557
1480
1365
1140
753
580
406
285
234
MVSV 2700
68002700
1947
1850
1707
1425
942
725
507
356
293
1.65V/cell – Discharge in A @ 20°C (68°F)
Model
Part number
10min
15min
30min
1h
2h
3h
5h
8h
10h
MVSV 280
68000280
393
348
265
153
103
76.3
50.5
34.4
28.5
MVSV 420
68000420
488
458
354
230
144
112
79.3
52.8
43.4
MVSV 500
68000500
586
550
425
276
173
134
95.2
63.4
52.1
MVSV 580
68000580
683
641
496
322
202
157
111
73.9
60.8
MVSV 750
68000750
715
696
583
411
255
197
136
93.2
76.8
MVSV 1000
68001000
953
928
777
548
340
262
182
124
102
MVSV 1250
68001250
1192
1160
972
685
425
328
227
155
128
MVSV 1500
68001500
1430
1392
1166
822
510
394
272
186
154
MVSV 1650
68001650
1463
1446
1249
960
645
491
328
225
178
MVSV 2200
68002200
1760
1608
1476
1208
777
596
413
289
238
MVSV 2700
68002700
2200
2010
1845
1510
972
745
516
361
297
1.60V/cell – Discharge in A @ 20°C (68°F)
Model
Part number
10min
15min
30min
1h
2h
3h
5h
8h
10h
MVSV 280
68000280
408
375
278
154
104
76.5
50.8
34.5
28.6
MVSV 420
68000420
500
478
382
238
146
113
80.2
53.2
43.8
MVSV 500
68000500
600
574
458
286
175
136
96.2
63.8
52.6
MVSV 580
68000580
700
669
535
333
204
158
112
74.5
61.3
MVSV 750
68000750
786
767
632
429
260
198
137
93.6
77.2
MVSV 1000
68001000
1048
1023
843
572
347
264
182
125
103
MVSV 1250
68001250
1310
1278
1053
715
433
330
228
156
129
MVSV 1500
68001500
1572
1534
1264
858
520
396
273
187
154
MVSV 1650
68001650
1604
1480
1295
992
662
497
332
226
180
MVSV 2200
68002200
2059
1872
1664
1267
807
607
417
292
240
MVSV 2700
68002700
2573
2340
2080
1583
1008
758
522
365
300
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