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UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SUPPLY (UPS) + LIGHTING FLOW DIMMER STABILIZERS (ILUEST) + SWITCH MODE POWER SUPPLY + STATIC INVERTERS + PHOTOVOLTAIC INVERTERS + VOLTAGE STABILIZERS AND POWER LINE CONDITIONERS
DC POWER SYSTEMS
DC POWER-S Series
USER'S MANUAL
General index
1.Introduction.
1.1.
Acknowledgement letter.
2.
Information for safety.
2.1.
Using this manual.
2.1.1. Conventions and used symbols.
3.
Quality and standard guarantee.
3.1.
Declaration of the management.
3.2.Standard.
7.7.1.3. Output with the negative earthed.
7.7.2. With DC outgoing distribution. Terminals (X6A.. 6*) and (X9A.. 9*).
7.7.2.1. Floating output.
7.7.2.2. Output with positive earthed.
7.7.2.3. Output with negative earthed.
7.8.
Communication module.
7.9.
Terminal strip, auxiliary contacts of the protections of
the system.
7.10. Terminal strip, auxiliary contacts of the protections of
the battery cabinet.
7.11. Electrolyte level probe option, terminal (X25A).
3.3.Environment.
4.Presentation.
4.1.
Equipment views.
4.1.1. Dimensional drawings.
4.1.2. Legends corresponding to the equipment views.
4.1.3.Nomenclature.
8.
Rectifier start up and shutdown.
8.1.
First commissioning or after a complete shutdown.
8.2.
Shutdown of the system.
9.
Optical indications of the rectifiers.
9.1.
Optical indications.
5.
Single line diagram, description and structural
diagram of the system.
9.2.
Control Module.
5.1.
Single line diagram.
10.Maintenance.
5.2.Description.
10.1. Basic maintenance guide.
5.2.1. Control Module.
5.2.2. Communication Module (COM).
5.2.2.1.Dry contacts.
5.2.2.2.COM ports.
5.2.2.3.Telemaintenance SICRES card (option).
5.2.3. Operating modes.
5.2.4. Cycling function and Smart mode.
5.2.5.Battery.
10.1.1.Batteries.
5.3.
Structural diagram as an example.
6.
Equipment reception.
6.1.
Reception and unpacking.
6.2.
Packing list and contents.
10.2. Replacing a rectifier module.
10.2.1. Inserting or removing a module from the system.
10.3. Warranty conditions.
10.3.1. Warranty terms.
10.3.2. Out of scope of supply.
10.4. Technical service networks.
11.Annexes.
11.1. General technical specifications.
11.2.Glossary.
6.3.Storage.
7.Installation.
7.1.
Operative for inserting and removing modules from the
system.
7.1.1.
Inserting or removing a module from a system.
7.2.
Take care of your safety.
7.3.
To keep in mind.
7.4.
Main protective earth terminal or rod (X5) and/or (X5A).
7.5.
Connection of the system with the battery set or
cabinet. Terminals (X11) - (X12) and (X47) - (X48).
7.6.
Connection to AC mains. Terminals (X1), (X2), (X3) and
(X4).
7.7.
Connection of the loads.
7.7.1. No DC outgoing distribution. Terminals (X6) and (X9).
7.7.1.1. Floating output.
7.7.1.2. Output with the positive earthed.
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1. Introduction.
1.1.
Acknowledgement letter.
We would like to thank you in advance for the trust you have
placed in us by purchasing this product. Read this instruction
manual carefully in order to be familiar with its contents, because
as much you understand and know the equipment, the higher
will be the satisfaction degree, safety level and functionality optimization.
We remain at you entire disposal for any further information or
any query you should wish to make.
Yours sincerely.
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ˆˆ T
he equipment here described can cause important
physical damages due to wrong handling. This is why,
the installation, maintenance and/or fixing of the here described equipment must be done by our staff or specifically authorised.
ˆˆ Although no effort has been spared to guarantee that the
information in this manual is complete and accurate, we
are not responsible of any errors or omissions that may
exist.
The images included in this document are for mere illustration and may not accurate represent the parts of the
equipment showed. However, the differences that may
arise will be smoothed or solved with the correct labelling
on the unit.
ˆˆ According to our policy of constant evolution, we reserve
the right to modify the specifications, operating or
described actions in this document without forewarning.
ˆˆ All reproduction, copy, third party concession, modification or part or total translation of this manual or
document, in any form or medium, without the previous
written authorization of our firm, it is prohibited, reserving of the complete and exclusive property right over
itself.
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2. Information for safety.
Depending on the context of the sentence, there can be
reference to the rectifier Module or Modules or to the joint
including the batteries, whatever the assembling is.
ˆˆ «Batteries or accumulators».- Group or set of elements
that stores the electron flow by electrochemical means.
2.1. Using this manual.
• The purpose of the DC Power-S documentation is to provide
the information relating to safety and explanations over the
installation and operating procedures of the equipment.
The generic documentation of the equipment is supplied in
digital format in a Compact Disc (CD) and it also includes
among others documents, the own user’s manual of the
system and other manuals of constituent parts like Control
and Communication Modules.
• Together with this user’s manual and included in the same
documentation CD, it is supplied the EK266*08 document
relating to «Safety instructions».
ˆˆ «S.T.S.».- Service and Technical Support.
ˆˆ «User or client».- Both are used and for the sense, to be
referred to the fitter and/or operator, who will make the
corresponding actions, being able to fall in that person
the responsibility of making the respective actions when
acting in the name or on behalf of himself.
2.1.1. Conventions and used symbols.
Some symbols can be used and shown in the equipment, batteries and/or user’s manual context.
For more information, see section 1.1.1 of EK266*08 document
relating to «Safety Instructions».
Before doing any action over the equipment regarding the
installation or commissioning, changing the location of the
equipment, setting or any kind of manoeuvring, read them
carefully.
Compliance as regards to «Safety instructions» is
mandatory, being the user the legal responsible
regarding to its observance and application. Read them
carefully and follow the stated steps in the established order.
• Products assembled in SUBRACK and RACK are designed
to be fit in a predetermined set and to be done by professionals.
ˆˆ Its installation has to be planned and executed by qualified personnel, who will be the responsible in applying
the safety and EMC regulations and standards that regulate the particular installations to which the product is
dedicated.
For DC Power-S equipments assembled in RACK,
remind that an important number of electrical connection points without any kind of protection are visible and
accessible directly with the hands, so there is a high risk of
receiving an electrical discharge.
Due to the topology of this assembling, its protection degree
is IP00, so it will be mandatory to endow it with the appropriate protection degree, either with an individual metallic enclosure or integrated in a cabinet together with other
equipments that belong to the installation.
• The equipments are delivered duly labelled for the correct identification of each of its parts, and together with the instructions
of this user’s manual allowing doing any of the commissioning
and erection operations, in an easy, ordered way, without doubt.
Finally, once the equipment is installed and in operation, it is
recommended to keep the documentation CD in a safe and
easy access place, for future consults or doubts that could
arise.
• When the system differs from the one shown in figures of section 4, less by the quantity of rectifier modules connected in
parallel, by implementing or excluding parts and/or modifying
technical specifications, additional explanatory annexed will
be edited in case they were needed. As usual They will be
supplied in hardcopy.
• The following terms are used in the document to be referred
to:
ˆˆ «DC Power-S, equipment, rectifier-charger, system,
DC energy system or unit».- DC Switch Mode Power
Supply.
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3. Quality and standard
guarantee.
3.1. Declaration of the management.
Our target is the client’s satisfaction, therefore this Management
has decided to establish a Quality and Environmental policy, by
means of installation a Quality and Environmental Management
System that becomes us capable to comply the requirements
demanded by the standard ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 and by our
Clients and concerned parts too.
Likewise, the enterprise Management is committed with the development and improvement of the Quality and Environmental
Management System, through:
• The communication to all the company about the importance of satisfaction both in the client’s requirements and in
the legal and regulations.
3.3. Environment.
This product has been designed to respect the environment
and has been manufactured in accordance with the standard
ISO 14001.
Equipment recycling at the end of its useful life:
Our company commits to use the services of authorised societies and according to the regulations, in order to treat the recovered product at the end of its useful life (contact your distributor).
Packaging:
To recycle the packing, follow the legal regulations in force.
Batteries:
The batteries mean a serious danger for health and environment. The disposal of them must be done in accordance with
the standards in force.
• The Quality and Environmental Policy diffusion and the fixation of the Quality and Environment targets.
• To carry out revisions by the Management.
• To provide the needed resources.
3.2. Standard.
The DC Power-S product is designed, manufactured and commercialized in accordance with the standard EN ISO 9001 of
Quality Management Systems and certified by body SGS. The
marking shows the conformity to the EEC Directive by means
of the application of the following standards:
• IEC/EN 61204-7. - Low voltage power supplies, d.c. output.
Part 7: Safety requirements.
ˆˆ Reference Standard:
IEC/EN 60950-1. - Information technology equipment.
Safety. Part 1: General requirements.
• IEC/EN 61204-3. - DC low voltage supply devices.
Part 3: Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC).
The manufacturers responsibility is excluded in the event
of any modification or intervention in the product by the
customer’s side.
This is a Class A equipment. It may cause radio interference in a residential, commercial or light industrial environment. This equipment is not designed to be fitted in a
residential, commercial or light industrial environment; in case of
connection to the public electricity mains, it might be required to
the user to take all appropriate means in order to reduce the interferences.
Declaration of conformity CE of the product is at the client
disposal under previous request to our headquarters offices.
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4. Presentation.
The power supply systems from DC Power-S series are compact, flexible and modular equipments. These equipments are
adaptable to the environment location or they can be supplied in
any of their available structures.
The DC Power-S system can be supplied in the following versions:
• 19" Subrack with 4 U height and designed to be installed in a
cabinet by means of the fixing guides (See Fig. 2).
Batteries both they are supplied together or the end-user already have them, can be fitted in the same cabinet.
Any other possibility is feasible, but as it is the most economic, it is the simplest way.
In any case, they allow to upgrade the power and/or back up
time as soon as the needs are increased or to implement some
options in future, which have not been foreseen initially, in order
to be adapted to the new requirements that could arise in the
installation, i.e. to extend the communications of the equipment.
• Table top case system, which has separators parts -feet- in
its base (See Fig. 3).
Although the Rectifier Module is the minimum expression
as equipment that can supply DC voltage from an AC input
voltage (see Fig. 1), by only itself can't work, and it is required
the Control Module, which supervises and manages the input
and output measurements, battery charging currents, critical
and non-critical loads control, communication channels with the
environment,... According to the current needs, there is a basic
Communication module, which is supplied as standard, being
able to extend it.
• Case system with capacity to house the batteries. From the
table top version, a case with swivel casters can be added
to its base, which will allow housing a determined battery set
(See Fig. 4).
The basic and minimum structure of the DC Power-S system
is the subrack version (See Fig. 2), which will be made up by:
• A rectifier module.
• A control module.
• A 19" subrack and 4 U height with its telescopic fixing guides,
which includes the «Backplane» to plug the two previous
quoted modules.
• A communication module.
• Input, battery and output terminal block.
• And input, battery and output protections.
The whole will be supplied as a completely finished unit, ready to
be installed in a cabinet by means of the telescopic fixing guides.
As it can be noticed, the subrack has the capacity to house up to
two rectifier modules of the same features, so the basic unit can
be itself upgraded.
For other configurations, different kind of cabinets with different
capacities are available, allowing from a minimum of one rectifier
to generate structures up to 30 rectifiers, which is the maximum
number that the control module can manage, therefore powers
up to 81 kW. This way it is adapted to the most of the end-user's
installations.
The illustrations of this chapter show the different manufactured
versions or structures as standard and they only expect to be a
mere guide to identify the described parts in this user's manual.
Regarding the physical layout of the DC Power-S modules and
other parts, control module included, is not always the same
for all the systems and there could be differences as a result of
the quantity of rectifier modules that the system has, without affecting to the operating of the DC energy power supply.
Regarding the illustrations of this document, together with the
correct labelling of the own equipment, simplify the identification
of each part and therefore they improve the interpretation of the
documentation, which favours the understanding of the installation and/or commissioning and shutdown procedures of the
system.
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Batteries both they are supplied together or the end-user already have them, have to be fitted in a closed enclosure or
rack as minimum.
The housing of this case is limited and it is not foreseen to
upgrade it for very long back up times. In such case, it will be
necessary to go to other versions.
• System of 1205 mm rack cabinet height, with additional levellers feet of 110 mm, so the total height will be 1315 mm. It is
available in 600x600 and 600x800 mm cabinet base dimensions.
Initially, the rectifier is based on «N» modules that take part
of the cabinet and the rest is free for batteries housing (See
Fig. 5 and 6).
• System of 2005 mm rack cabinet height, with additional levellers feet of 110 mm, so the total height will be 2115 mm. It
is available in 600x600, 600x800 and 800x800 mm cabinet
base dimensions.
Initially, the rectifier is based on «N» modules that take part
of the cabinet and the rest is free for batteries housing (See
Fig. 7 and 8).
• 1205 mm battery cabinet height, with additional levellers feet
of 110 mm, so the total height will be 1315 mm. It is available
in 600x600 and 600x800 mm cabinet base dimensions. (See
Fig. 9 and 10).
• 2005 mm battery cabinet height, with additional levellers feet
of 110 mm, so the total height will be 2115 mm. It is available
in 600x600, 600x800 and 800x800 mm cabinet base dimensions (See Fig. 11 and 12).
As an option, 210mm lifting feet with their respective covers
for perimeter closing can be supplied, in order to replace the
110mm standards ones.
The cable entry into the equipment is foreseen through the
bottom of the cabinet, therefore the terminal blocks will be located in this area. Nevertheless, under particular requirements it
can be done through the top, so it will mean to invert the equipment layout, because the terminal blocks will be at the top, followed by the protections.
Figures 5 to 8 show a number of «N» rectifier modules connected
in parallel as an example and as mere user guide, with the most
frequent devices and requested options. If any of the related
parts in the illustrations are not available in your unit, ignore any
reference or action over themselves. When its appropriate, an
additional explanatory annex documents will be edited for those
equipments manufactured with special requirements.
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(t2)
Any DC Power-S has protections, nevertheless depending on
the power and voltage they can vary:
(RV)
• Input.
(AS1)
Circuit breaker protection for currents up to 160 A or fuses for
higher currents.
• Batteries.
(PF1)
(t1)
(AS2)
(Mcont) (Mrect) (F/Q1A) (F/Q3) (F/Q2A)
Circuit breaker protection, fuse switch or fuses plus switch,
depending on the battery current and voltage. The protection
will always be with two poles for a floating output voltage. Do
not break with load.
(t3)
(TB)
(Mcom)
(RV)
(GS)
(PF2)
• Output.
Output switch. Do not break with load.
Also the equipments can have different options, which the most
import are:
(X1)
(X4)
(X5)
(X11)
(X12)
(X6)
(X9)
• Batteries to provide back up time to the system. They can be
sealed or flooded PbCa type, NiCd, ...
• DC outgoing distribution, by means of circuit breaker protections, fuse switch or fuse plus switch, depending on the battery current and voltage.
The protection will always be with two poles for a floating
output voltage. For outputs with the positive or negative
earthed, protections will always be single pole, in order to not
break the earthed pole.
As terminal block in the DC outgoing distribution with floating
output, will be used the own terminals of the protections.
For outputs positive or negative earthed, the terminal of each
single pole protection of the alive pole will be used as terminal and the available rod of the earthed pole as general
terminal.
Fig. 2.
19'' subrack and 4U height view.
• Auxiliary contacts of the input, battery and output protections, as well as the outgoing distribution.
Any protection can have a switch and independent auxiliary
contact, extended to an exclusive terminal strip for them.
• Lighting arrestor.
(t2)
(RV)
(AS1)
• Output dropping voltage.
• Output voltage positive or negative earthed. As standard, it
is floating.
(t1)
(AS2)
• Extended communications.
(Mcont) (Mrect) (F/Q1A) (F/Q3) (F/Q2A)
• Wireless-link communication.
(t3)
• Other IP protection degrees.
(TB)
(Mcom)
(RV)
(PI)
4.1. Equipment views.
(RV)
(BL1)
Fig. 1.
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(AS1)
(RV)
(X1)
(X4)
(X5)
(X11)
(X12)
(X6)
(X9)
(a)
(b)
(c)
(t2)
AC
Control connections
Connections
and DC
Rectifier module view (Mrect).
Fig. 3.
Table top case view.
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(Mrect)
(t3)
(TB)
(Mcom)
(X1)
(X4)
(X5)
(X11)
(X12)
(X6)
(X9)
(t2)
(RV)
(F/Q3)
(F/Q2A)
(F/Q1A
(Mcont)
(AS2)
(t1)
(RU)
Fig. 4.
Case with casters view.
(t1)
(AS2)
(Mcont)
(t2)
(AS1) (Mrect)
•••
•••
•••
•••
•••
•••
(F/Q1A)
(F/Q1B.. 1*)
(F/Q2B.. 2*)
(F/Q2A)
•••
•••
(F/Q3)
(F/Q2)
(F/Q6A.. 6*)
(TC)
(t4)
(t3)
(Mcom)
(TB)
R-N
+ -
+ •••
For threephase mains
Fig. 5.
•••
(X46)
(X40)
(X6)
(X9)
(X11)
(X12)
(X1)
(X4)
(X5)
(X1)
(X2)
(X3)
(X4)
(PR)
(PR)
(PR)
R-S-T-N
Front view of a system in a 605x605x1315 mm cabinet.
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(t1)
(Mcont)
(AS2)
(AS1)
(t2)
(Mrect)
•••
•••
•••
•••
•••
•••
(F/Q1A)
(F/Q1B.. 1*)
(F/Q2B.. 2*)
(F/Q2A)
•••
•••
(F/Q3)
(F/Q2)
(F/Q6A.. 6*)
(TC)
(t4)
(t3)
(Mcom)
(TB)
R-N
+ -
+ •••
For threephase mains
Fig. 6.
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•••
(X46)
(X40)
(X6)
(X9)
(X11)
(X12)
(X1)
(X4)
(X5)
(X1)
(X2)
(X3)
(X4)
(PR)
(PR)
(PR)
R-S-T-N
Front view of a system in a 605x805x1315 mm cabinet.
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(t1)
(Mcont)
(AS2)
(AS1)
(t2)
(Mrect)
•••
•••
•••
•••
•••
•••
•••
(F/Q1A)
(F/Q1B.. 1*)
(F/Q2B.. 2*)
(F/Q2A)
•••
•••
•••
(F/Q3)
(F/Q2)
(F/Q6A.. 6*)
(TC)
(t4)
(TC)
(t4)
(t3)
(TB)
(Mcom)
R-N
+ -
+ •••
For threephase mains
Fig. 7.
•••
(X46)
(X40)
(X6)
(X9)
(X11)
(X12)
(X1)
(X4)
(X5)
(X1)
(X2)
(X3)
(X4)
(PR)
(PR)
(PR)
R-S-T-N
Front view of a system in a 605x605x2115 mm cabinet.
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(t1)
(Mcont)
(AS2)
(AS1)
(t2)
(Mrect)
•••
•••
•••
•••
•••
•••
(F/Q1A)
(F/Q1B.. 1*)
(F/Q2B.. 2*)
(F/Q2A)
•••
•••
(F/Q3)
(F/Q2)
(F/Q6A.. 6*)
(TC)
(t4)
(TC)
(t4)
(t3)
(TB)
(Mcom)
R-N
+ -
+ •••
For threephase mains
Fig. 8.
12
•••
(X46)
(X40)
(X6)
(X9)
(X11)
(X12)
(X1)
(X4)
(X5)
(X1)
(X2)
(X3)
(X4)
(PR)
(PR)
(PR)
R-S-T-N
Front view of a system in a 605x805x2115 mm cabinet.
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(TC)
(t4)
(TC)
(t4)
(TC)
(t4)
(t3)
(TB)
+ -
Fig. 9.
(X43)
(X25A)
(F/Q8)
(X47)
(X48)
(X5A)
(PR)
(PR)
(PR)
•••
Front view of 605x605x1315 mm battery cabinet.
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(TC)
(t4)
(TC)
(t4)
(TC)
(t4)
(t3)
(TB)
+ -
(X43)
(X25A)
(F/Q8)
(X47)
(X48)
(X5A)
(PR)
(PR)
(PR)
•••
Fig. 10. Front view of 605x805x1315 mm battery cabinet.
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(TC)
(t4)
(TC)
(t4)
(TC)
(t4)
(t3)
(TB)
+ -
(X43)
(X25A)
(F/Q8)
(X47)
(X48)
(X5A)
(PR)
(PR)
(PR)
•••
Fig. 11. Front view of 605x605x2115 mm battery cabinet.
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(TC)
(t4)
(TC)
(t4)
(TC)
(t4)
(t3)
(TB)
+ -
(X43)
(X25A)
(F/Q8)
(X47)
(X48)
(X5A)
(PR)
(PR)
(PR)
•••
Fig. 12. Front view of 605x805x2115 mm battery cabinet.
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4.1.1. Dimensional drawings.
Rectifier module dimensions.
Table top case dimensions.
19'' subrack dimensions.
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Case with casters dimensions.
Cabinet dimensions:
605x605x1315 mm.
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605x805x1315 mm.
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Dimensions for equipment cabinets or batteries, regardless illustration:
605x605x2115 mm.
605x805x2115 mm.
805x805x2115 mm.
Fig. 13. Dimensional drawings.
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Connection parts and instructions of the communication
module (Mcom).
4.1.2. L
egends corresponding to the
equipment views.
See EN030* user's manual.
Connection parts.
Protection and manoeuvring parts.
(X1)
AC input terminal, phase R.
(X2)
AC input terminal, phase S. (0)
(X3)
AC input terminal, phase T. (0)
(X4)
AC input terminal, neutral N.
(X5)
Terminal or rod for main protective earth (
bonding ( ), of DC Power-S.
(X5A)
Terminal or rod for bonding (
inet. (1)
(X6)
Output terminal, positive (+).
(X9)
Output terminal, negative (–).
(F/Q1A)
) and
(X9A.. 9*) Outgoing distribution terminals, negative (–). The
own terminals of the outgoing distribution will be
used as standard and under request only, there will
be a terminal strip with «n» terminals. (2)
(X11)
Positive battery terminal (+), in a system cabinet.
Equipments with batteries or part of them fitted out
of the DC Power-S cabinet only.
(X12)
Negative battery terminal (-), in a system cabinet.
Equipments with batteries or part of them fitted out
of the DC Power-S cabinet only.
(X25A)
(X40)
(F/Q1B.. 1*) Two poles input circuit breaker protections for each
rectifier. (4)
(F/Q2)
Two poles output or general outgoing distribution
protection. (2) (4)
(F/Q2A)
General output rectifiers switch of two poles. DO NOT
BREAK WITH LOAD. (2) (4)
), of the battery cab-
(X6A.. 6*) Outgoing distribution terminals, positive (+). The
own terminals of the outgoing distribution will be
used as standard and under request only, there will
be a terminal strip with «n» terminals. (2)
Terminals for the electrolyte level probe in battery
cabinet or rack (equipments including the optional
probe only).
(F/Q2B.. 2*)Two poles output circuit breaker protections for
each rectifier. (2) (4)
(F/Q3)
(X42)
Auxiliary contact terminals, battery protection in the
DC Power-S cabinet (F/Q3). (3)
(X43)
Auxiliary contact terminals, battery protection in the
accumulator cabinet (F/Q8). (1) (3)
(X44A.. 44*)Auxiliary contact terminals, single output protections
for each rectifier module (F/Q2B.. 2*). (3)
(X45)
Auxiliary contact terminals, output or general output
protection (F/Q2A). (3)
(X46)
Auxiliary contact terminals, general outgoing distribution protection (F/Q2). (3)
Two poles battery protection, fitted in the system
cabinet. Depending on the current and voltage,
the protection can be a switch plus fuses. DO NOT
BREAK WITH LOAD. (2) (4)
(F/Q6A.. 6*)Two poles outgoing distribution protection. (2) (4)
(F/Q8)
Two poles battery protection, fitted in the battery
cabinet. Depending on the current and voltage,
the protection can be a switch plus fuses. DO NOT
BREAK WITH LOAD. (2) (4)
Optical indications of the rectifier module (Mrect).
(a)
Correct output indication. Green colour led.
(b)
Standby module indication, it doesn't supply output
voltage. Yellow colour led.
With leds (a) + (b) turned on, in green and yellow
colour respectively, the indication as warning
mode means that the rectifier is working at maximum current conditions. The rectifier is self-limited
and it gives the maximum power that it can supply.
(c)
Alarm indication, due to over temperature, short-circuit or fault. The rectifier is blocked and out of service meanwhile the causes are present. Red colour
led.
Auxiliary contact terminals, input or general input
protection (F/Q1A). (3)
(X41A.. 41*) Auxiliary contact terminals, single input protections
for each rectifier module (F/Q1B.. 1*). (1)
Input or general input circuit breaker or fuses, two
or three poles depending on the power supply typology. (4)
Optical indications and instructions of the control module
(Mcont).
See user's manual EN021*.
(X46A.. 46*)Auxiliary contact terminals, single outgoing distribution protection (F/Q6A.. 6*). (3)
(X47)
Positive battery terminal (+), in the battery cabinet. (1)
(X48)
Negative battery terminal (–), in the battery cabinet. (1)
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Other parts, abbreviations and auxiliary elements.
(t1)
Bolt for control module fixing (Mcont).
(Abat)
Battery cabinet.
(t2)
Bolt for rectifier module fixing (Mrect).
(Arect)
Rectifier system cabinet, basically to be referred to
the complete equipment, with or without batteries.
(t3)
Bolt for terminal cover fixing (TB).
(t4)
Bolt for battery protection cover fixing (TC).
(AB)
Clamp for fixing the cables to the rod (BF).
(TB)
Terminal cover.
(AS1)
Toggle handle of rectifier module (Mrect).
(TC)
Blind cover.
(AS2)
Handle of control module (Mcont).
(BB)
Battery shelves. Removable shelves to fill the
flooded PbCa or NiCd batteries.
(BF)
Rod for fixing the connection cables by means of
clamps.
(BL1)
Mechanical lock of rectifier module.
(BL2)
Mechanical lock through screws for removable battery shelves.
(BZ)
Plinth base to fix it to a solid surface. Cabinets with
removable battery shelves only.
(CM)
Hoisting lugs to lift the cabinet (optional).
The structure is not ready to be lifted with the
batteries fitted in.
(CT)
Lock with handle and ratchet or cam, for front door
cabinet. A lock with key can be fitted as an option
(LL).
(GS)
Telescopic guide for subrack.
(LL)
Key for block and unblock the locking (CT).
(Mcom)
Communication module.
(Mcont)
Control module.
(Mrect)
Rectifier module.
(MB)
Cable bundle for connecting the battery cabinet with
the rectifier one (batteries fitted in separate cabinet
only).
(MD)
Connection cable bundle among cabinets with electrolyte probe, when batteries are supplied in separate cabinet (option included only).
(0)
Three-phase equipments only.
(1)
Connection or manoeuvring parts of the battery cabinet. Systems with accumulators or part of them installed in a separate cabinet or rack only.
(2)
DC outgoing distribution unit, with circuit breaker protections, switched fuses
or switch plus fuses, depending on the output current and voltage.
The protection will always be with two poles for floating output voltages. For
outputs with the positive or negative earthed, protections will always be single
pole, in order to not break the earthed pole.
In systems with floating voltages, the own terminals of the own protections will
be used as outgoing distribution terminals.
For outputs positive or negative earthed, the terminal of each single pole protection of the alive pole will be used as terminal and the available rod of the
earthed pole as general terminal.
(3)
Auxiliary contact option of the protections or switched of the system.
(4)
Protections or switches can have an auxiliary contact as an option.
Regarding the protections, this manual uses the acronyms (F/Q*),
and to be referred to fuses (F) or to the circuit breakers (Q), which in
accordance with the regulations, they must be identified with those
acronyms. The letter (Q) is also used to identify a simple switch too.
If batteries are fitted in the rectifier cabinet, this
electrical connection cable bundle is already preconnected with the probe from factory.
(MS)
Cable bundle with temperature probe (R103).
(PA)
Fixing points of the plinth-base to a solid surface.
Cabinets with removable battery shelves.
(PF)
Front door of rectifier and/or battery cabinet (optional).
(PF1)
Fixing points at the front of the subrack.
(PF2)
Fixing points of the telescopic guide (GS) of the subrack.
(PI)
Elevator parts -feet-.
(PR)
Cable gland for cable entry.
(R103)
Probe of temperature/battery floating voltage.
(RN)
Cable gland slot for entering the connection cables.
(RU)Casters.
(RV)
Cooling grid.
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4.1.3. Nomenclature.
Rectifier module.
DC-50-S 48-230 WCO EE553000-3
EE*
Rectifier with particular specifications of the client.
CO
“Made in Spain” marking (customs only).
W
Neutral equipment brand.
230
Nominal input voltage.
48
Nominal output voltage.
S
Series of the equipment.
50
Total output current of the module at floating voltage
DCRectifier.
Rectifier system.
DC-6/50-S 300A48-0/2/4x4AB147/213-3x400 COM WCO EE553000
EE*
System with particular specifications of the client.
CO
“Made in Spain” marking (customs only).
W
Neutral equipment brand.
COM Extended communications: Dry contacts 4 to 9, electrolyte level probe for flooded batteries.
3x400 Nominal input voltage. Omit for 230V.
/213
Last three characters of the battery code type 2.
147
Last three characters of the battery code type 1.
AB
Letters of the battery family.
4
Quantity of batteries in one string.
4x
Quantity of battery strings of type 2 in parallel. Omit,
when there is only one string of each type.
2/
Quantity of battery strings of type 1 in parallel. Omit for
one string and one type of batteries only.
0/
It means rectifier without batteries, but ready to install
them (space and accessories are supplied). (5)
0A/
It means rectifier without batteries, accessories to install
them are not supplied. (6)
48
Floating nominal output voltage.
-48
Nominal floating voltage with positive earthed.
+48
Nominal floating voltage with negative earthed.
300A Total output current of the system at floating voltage.
S
Series of the equipment.
50
Total output current of the module at floating voltage.
6/
Quantity of modules installed in the system currently.
Omit for 1 module.
DCRectifier.
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Battery cabinet.
MOD BAT DC S 0/2/4x4AB147/213 50A WCO EE553000
EE*
Battery module with particular specifications of the client.
CO
“Made in Spain” marking (customs only).
W
Neutral equipment brand.
300A Protection size.
/213
Last three characters of the battery code type 2.
147
Last three characters of the battery code type 1.
AB
Letters of the battery family.
4
Quantity of batteries in one string.
4x
Quantity of battery strings of type 2 in parallel. Omit,
when there is only one string of each type.
2/
Quantity of battery strings of type 1 in parallel. Omit for
one string and one type of batteries only.
0/
It means rectifier without batteries, but ready to install
them (space and accessories are supplied). (5)
0A/
It means rectifier without batteries, accessories to install
them are not supplied. (6)
S
Series of the equipment.
MOD BAT DC
Battery module for rectifier.
(5)
For equipments requested without batteries, the acquisition, installation and connection of them is borne and responsibility of the client.
The data of the batteries about in quantity, capacity and voltage are stated in the labelling of batteries sticked next to the nameplate of the equipment, respect both
this data and the connection polarity of the batteries strictly.
(6)
It means that the equipment is supplied neither the corresponding batteries nor accessories (bolts and electrical cables). Under request is possible to supply the
needed accessories to install and connect the batteries.
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5. Single line diagram,
description and structural
diagram of the system.
All rectifiers are autoadressing, Plug-in and Hot swap type
through the front of the cabinet, and it is not needed any special
tool, just a screwdriver. This feature allows removing the faulty
modules and/or insert new modules into the system, without the
need of shutdown the system, on condition that the drain power
is not higher than the modules in service.
5.1. Single line diagram.
PFC 1
PFC 1
Control
Input
power
supply
DC / DC
converter
Output
filter
Rectifier
DC OUTPUT
AC INPUT AC
Input filter
DC / DC
Control
END OF BACK
UP TIME
CONTACTOR
Output
power
supply
Micro.
Control
COM
MODULE
CONTROL
MODULE
RECTIFIER
MODULE
BATTERIES
Fig. 14. Single line diagram.
5.2. Description.
The operating principle of the Rectifier Module, entails transforming the alternating input voltage, fitted out with a line filter
previously, into a direct voltage by converting, rectifying and controlling.
By means of a ultrafast transistors with high quality performances
and starting from a direct voltage of 385 V DC , an alternating
voltage of 90kHz is generated by means of a DC / DC converter.
Then, it is rectified by ultrafast diodes and fitted out with an efficient filtering system.
A transformer of special power, which galvanically isolates the
input from output, decreases the high frequency alternating
voltage to the required value to generate the final wanted direct
voltage.
The output voltage and current are managed by the pulse width
modulation of the transistors, fitted in the primary of the transformer. The resulting Rectifier Module/s are available in powers
of 1000, 2000 and 2700 W and in voltages 48, 110 or 125 V DC.
The rectifier input is single phase, which allows manufacturing
systems in both configurations, single or three phase, depending
on the needs of the end-user and the power of the equipment.
The parallelable feature of the rectifiers and the capacity of
storing energy in the batteries for long back up times, makes the
DC Power-S appropriate for different kind of high technology applications.
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5.2.1. Control Module.
The Control Module supervises and manages the complete
DC Power-S system by means of a microprocessor, which is in
charge of controlling the settings and displayed measurements
in the own LCD panel too: input and output measurements,
battery charging currents, critical and non-critical load control,
communication channel with the environment, ... The maximum
quantity of rectifiers in parallel that it can manage is 30, being
able to get systems up to 81 kW, with «N+n» redundant configuration options.
5.2.2. Communication Module (COM).
Any system includes the basic version of the Communication
Module (COM) which has three programmable dry contacts,
RS232/485 channel mutually exclusive between them, battery
temperature probe for its measurement and compensating the
floating voltage of itself and one slot for the Ethernet/SNMP
adaptor. Its extended version includes six additional dry contacts
and the input of the electrolyte level probe for flooded batteries.
5.2.2.1. Dry contacts.
By means of the communication interface with dry contacts and
digital inputs, it can interact with the environment in the event
of alarms of the system or notifications received by the environment.
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By default the standard dry contacts from 1 to 3 are preset from
factory, being able to reprogram them. The other 6 are optional
and programmable too, being able to set one of the available
alarms in the system or to associate more than one alarm to the
same dry contact.
5.2.2.2. COM ports.
There are two RS232 ports supplied through DB9 connectors
and labelled as COM1 and COM2. In case of installing the telemaintenance SICRES card option, COM1 is disabled.
Also, there is a RS485 in COM3 port, which is supplied in 3 pins
connector.
The RS232 from COM2 channel and RS485 from COM3
channel are mutually exclusive between them, so they can't be
used at the same time.
modules and any of those ones that are not needed to, in order
to get the correct quantity of modules operating at the maximum
efficiency level (this figure can be set through the LCD panel).
In case of failure of any of them, the Control Module will start up
any of the shutdown modules (on Standby) to replace the faulty
module. This way, an optimal efficiency of the system is get along
its lifetime.
In order to age all the parts and elements equally when the Smart
mode is enabled, the Control Module has the cycling function.
This function entails in swapping the shutdown modules with the
ones that are already started up, therefore the aging is the equal
for all of them. The preset cycling period is 10 hours, nevertheless the client can set it at the required time.
SMART-mode.
Load sharing on normal operating.
5.2.2.3. Telemaintenance SICRES card (option).
The telemaintenance SICRES card allows monitoring, analysing
and giving technical support in real time, 24 hours per day, 7
days a week by professionals of our firm, decreasing the MTTR
(Mean Time To Repair) against any unexpected event.
During the monitoring, a data logger of the events and alarms
is generated, which allows an exhaustive analysis of the equipment, giving a valuable information of the operating trend, so in
this way the potential future problems can be identified. Likewise,
each month, it is sent a detailed report to the client of the status
of the equipment.
5.2.3. Operating modes.
• Normal mode.
Load is supplied from rectifier modules directly. Meanwhile
the system takes the energy from the AC electrical commercial mains and supplies DC energy to the loads. At the same
time, batteries are kept on floating mode, because they are
connected in parallel with the output of the system. For those
cases that the system is overloaded, battery will take any inrush current that system is not able to supply.
• Emergency mode.
In case of mains fault, the connected load to the system is still
being supplied, but now by the batteries instead of the rectifier modules. There is not any break in the power supply to
the loads, during the transference from normal to emergency
modes and vice versa.
• Recharging mode.
When the electrical mains is restored, the rectifier starts
automatically and recharges the batteries and supplies the
loads at the same time. It means that the DC output voltage
will always be the same as the battery voltage.
5.2.4. Cycling function and Smart mode.
Rectifier load sharing and cycling on Smart mode.
Fig. 15. Graphic of the possible operating modes of the
system.
5.2.5. Battery.
Even tough the AC input mains fails, the equipment will operate
as an autonomous power supply, by providing voltage to the load
connected at the output of the equipment, because it has a battery that will supply the energy.
To keep the battery in the optimal status, the system monitors the
current and voltage of the battery at any time, as well as the temperature of the battery room to make the corresponding compensations, in order to prolong the battery lifetime to the maximum.
A low voltage contactor protects the batteries from being complete depleted, avoiding their irreversible deterioration, particularly in the PbCa batteries.
The system can charge any type of batteries of PbCa or NiCd,
either sealed or with maintenance. A electrolyte level probe can
be added, as an option, to the batteries with maintenance, which
will trigger an alarm in case of low electrolyte level in the battery
cells.
The rectifier cabinet has protections in both poles, which as well
as its own functionality, it allows connecting and disconnecting
the battery set to the rectifier.
Usually the system is sized to the estimated power of the loads,
plus the battery charging current and finally the redundant modules are added to the system. But in most of the cases, as the
rectifier modules are connected in parallel and sharing the load,
all of them works at half power, which means having a lower efficiency.
To solve this phenomena, the Control Module includes the Smart
mode. This operating mode entail in shutdown the redundant
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5.3. Structural diagram as an example.
Communication Module
(F/Q1B)
(F/Q2B)
(F/Q1C)
(F/Q2C)
Outgoing distribution
(F/Q2A)
(F/Q1A)
(F/Q6A)
(F/Q1*)
(F/Q2*)
(F/Q2)
Batteries
(F/Q6B)
(F/Q6*)
F/Q3
Low voltage
Device
Contactor
Batteries can be fitted in the same cabinet of the rectifier,
in one or more separate cabinets or due to the configuration in both cabinets. Battery protection is fitted in the
system cabinet and it is identified in the manual as (F/Q3)
and the battery cabinet/s as (F/Q8). Each cabinet will always have its own protection.
Regarding the protections, this manual uses the acronyms (F/Q*), and to be referred to fuses (F) or to the circuit breakers (Q), which in accordance with the
regulations, they must be identified with those acronyms.
The letter (Q) is also used to identify a simple switch.
Fig. 16. Structural example of a system.
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INPUT
Control
Module
6. Equipment reception.
ˆˆ Subrack or case system.
Cardboard packaging, expanded polystyrene corners
(EPS), polyethylene bag and polyester strip.
ˆˆ System in a case with casters or cabinet.
Wooden pallet, cardboard packaging, expanded polystyrene corners (EPS), polyethylene bag and polyester strip.
6.1. Reception and unpacking.
• On receiving the equipment, check that it has not been damaged during transport. Otherwise make the needed claims
to your supplier or in lack of him to our firm. Also check that
the data in the label sticked in the packaging of the equipment corresponds to the ones stated in the purchase order.
If discrepancies exist, make the nonconformity as soon as
possible, by quoting the serial number of the equipment and
the references in the delivery note.
• Once the reception is finished, it is advisable to pack the
equipment again in its original packaging till its commissioning in order to protect it against mechanical impacts,
dust, dirt, etc.
• Depending on the requested model, the packaging will consist of the following materials:
ˆˆ Rectifier module.
Equipments in cabinet are supplied over a wooden pallet,
when it is only requested in the purchase order .
• All of them are recyclable materials., so if it were required to
dispose them, do it in accordance to the regulation in force
It is advisable to keep the packaging in case it were needed
in the future.
• The unpacking of the equipment do not entail any problem
and it is described the procedure for system in a cabinet only,
because it is the most complex due to its volume (see Fig. 17).
Respect the following stated procedure:
ˆˆ Cut the polyester strip «» and remove the plastic corners «».
ˆˆ Remove the top cover «».
ˆˆ Remove the four corners «».
ˆˆ Remove the cardboard packaging «». To take it out, lift
it up completely.
Cardboard packaging, polyethylene foam PE and antistatic plastic bag.



















Fig. 17. Unpacking process of system in a cabinet.
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ˆˆ Systems with flooded batteries or NiCd batteries and removable shelves, fix the cabinet to the floor through the
holes in its plinth-base (BZ) before fitting the batteries.
ˆˆ The equipment will be nude over the pallet with its plastic
bag «». Remove it by pulling from the top.
In general the systems in cabinets are supplied without
pallet, unless it is requested in the purchase order, because its base allows entering a pallet jack or electrical
fork-lift truck to make easy its transport till its location, so
it is already designed among other functions to replace it.
For those equipments with pallet and/or hoisting lugs, both
when they are specifically requested, proceed as follows:
ˆˆ Lift the equipment through the hoisting lugs «» (CM)
with the available mechanical means, considering that
the maximum weight will not exceed from 290 kg in its
most complex configuration of 30 modules and without
batteries, because they are not supplied already fitted in
the cabinet system.
• Together with the documentation of the rectifier, 4 beauty
bolts are supplied to replace the hoisting lugs (CM) in systems in cabinets (it is requested the option hoisting lugs only).
Once the equipment is placed and fixed to the plinth or floor,
proceed to replace them.
6.2. Packing list and contents.
• Depending on the model of the equipment, quantity of cabinets that make it up, each cabinet has an individual packaging or bulk.
To calculate the maximum estimated weight of a configuration type, add the weights stated in the Table 1, considering the quantity of modules in the equipment.
Also, to consider that the battery set is supplied packaged in
one or more pallets depending on the weight of themselves.
Check that the quantity of available bulks correspond with
the ones stated in the packing list document.
So, for system with 5 rectifiers in a 605x605x2115 mm
cabinet, the maximum estimated weight will be:
Maximum estimated weight; 110 + (5 x 3) + 35 = 160 kg
ˆˆ Remove the wooden pallet «».
ˆˆ Before placing the equipment and/or battery cabinet/s
in their final location, check the features of the floor are
the suitable ones to support the weight of itself or themselves.
Therefore, pay attention to the total weight that the
system will have, once the batteries are fitted in or in the
battery cabinet/s:
–– Systems with batteries fitted in the same cabinet.
To the maximum estimated weight, add the weight of
the batteries stated in the packing list. In case of supplying them in more than one pallet, add the weight
of each pallet.
Total weight; 160 kg + battery weight.
–– Systems with batteries fitted in a separate cabinet
and for each cabinet.
To calculate the total approximate weight of the battery cabinet add the weight of the batteries stated in
the packing list. In case of supplying them in more
than one pallet, add the weight of each pallet.
So, the weight of a 605x605x2115 mm battery cabinet
will be:
Total weight; 110 kg + battery weight.
Rack cabinet
depth x width x
height (mm)
Cabinet and
mechanical parts
approx. weight
(kg)
Electrical parts
approx. weight
(kg)
605x605x1315
65
25
805x605x1315
87
30
605x605x2115
110
35
805x605x2115
145
45
805x805x2115
180
55
Single
module
weight (kg)
3 (7)
6.3. Storage.
• The storage of the equipment, will be done in a dry and cool
place, and protected from rain, dust, water jets or chemical
agents. It is advisable to keep each equipment and battery
set, inside their original packaging because they have been
designed to assure the maximum protection during transport
ant storage.
•
Batteries are supplied packaged in one or more pallets depending on the model, separate from the DC
Power-S cabinet and/or the own battery cabinet.
In any case, pay attention to the supplied circuit diagram
regarding to polarity, position, orientation and connection of
each battery and between batteries, as well as between the
battery set and the own system when they share the cabinet.
• Whatever the type of battery of the equipment is, the battery
design lifetime is regulated by the official European organisation EUROBAT, considering among others features
or conditions, the temperature, floating voltage, number of
charge and discharge cycles, depth of discharge, etc ...
As the temperature is a very influential factor in the expected
lifetime of the battery and fulfilling the recommendations of
this organisation, as far as you can, the storage and operating temperature should not exceed over 20 ºC, because
the degradation will be considerable higher.
• Before using the equipment with batteries where the back
up time is determined by them, for first time or after a long
period of time of no use (6 months maximum), it has to be
connected to the power supply to charge the batteries for a
minimum period of time of 12 hours.
Although the equipment can operate with the batteries discharged, it has to be kept in mind the possible risk of a long
mains fault during the first operating hours, so the available
back up time in the equipment batteries, can be lower than
the expected.
NOTE: In the equipments with optional front door increases 40 mm the depth.
(7)
Approx. total weight of a system without batteries, add the partial weights of
the mechanical and electrical parts and to the result add the modules weight,
considering that the last one is get from multiplying the quantity of modules
that system has by the single weight of it.
For the battery weight, check the note in the «Packing list».
Table 1. Approx. weights fractioned cabinet DC Power-S.
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7. Installation.
• Together with this user's manual and regarding to «Safety
instructions», it is included in the same CD of documentation, the EK266*08 document.
Before doing any action over the equipment regarding the
installation or commissioning, change location, setting or any
kind of manoeuvring, read them carefully.
Compliance as regards to «Safety instructions» is
mandatory, being the user the legal responsible
regarding to its observance and application. Read them
carefully and follow the stated steps in the established order.
• Before proceeding to the installation or commissioning of the
system, check that all the information relating to the equipment is available, otherwise request it.
The user´s manual and any linked information is a mere reference guide, which has to be kept for future consults that
may arise.
•
If the instructions are not in total or partial understood and in special those ones referred to safety,
do not carry on with the installation or commissioning tasks,
because there could be a risk on your or on the other/s
persons safety, being able to make serious injuries, even
the death, also it can cause damages to the equipment
and/or loads and installation.
ˆˆ Proceed as follows by means of two operators intervention:
–– Depending on the case, remove the rear and side
cover/s or open the front door of the cabinet. Remind
to put them back or to close the door once the physical installation, erection and commissioning of the
equipment is finished.
–– Check that at the front of the cabinet and at the height
that the subrack is going to be installed, there are
threaded anchored points (nuts) and they are equidistant with the own ones at the front of the equipment.
–– With an operator at each side, take the subrack
through it sides and introduce it in the cabinet at the
wanted height, by taking it with one hand at its base
at each side and with the other hand put the bolts of
M6 in the points (PF1) at the front to fix it to the cabinet
frame (do not tighten them completely).
–– By taking the equipment with one hand at the bottom
of each side, stretch the guides (GS) till the end and
put the bolts at each side in order to secure the subrack to the cabinet by means of the points (PF2) and
tighten them completely.
–– Tighten the bolts at the front completely.
• Depending on the model, the following actions will be needed
to access to the connection parts, to install batteries or to access to the rectifier modules to be inserted in the system:
The local electrical regulations and the different restrictions of the client’s site can invalidate some recommendations included in the manuals. When discrepancies exist, the
user has to comply with the local regulations in force.
ˆˆ Subrack and case models. Any connection part is located at the back of the equipment.
• Check the data of the nameplate are the required by the installation. Its location will depend on the type of the enclosure
used in the equipment:
–– To access to the power terminals, it is needed to remove the screws (t3) and the terminal cover (TB).
•
ˆˆ Subrack and case models.
It is sticked at the back of the equipment, close to the
terminals.
ˆˆ Cabinet models.
–– Connectors relating to communications are accessible directly.
ˆˆ Cabinet models. Any connection part, both power and
communication are protected. To access to them, proceed as follows:
–– Equipments with no front door.
Remove the screws (t3) and terminal cover (TB). The
connection parts will be at sight.
–– Equipments without front door. It is sticked at the back
of the terminal cover (TB).
–– Equipments with front door (increases 40 mm the depth).
–– Equipments with front door (PF). It is sticked at the
back of the front door, approximately at the height of
the terminals.
The equipment can be supplied completely closed, with
a front door (PF) that can be completely blind or to have
a transparent window to check the control module.
• Systems can be supplied from factory with the rectifier modules not connected to the «Backplane» of the equipment,
due to requirements of the client, transport or other reasons.
The door has two locks (CT) one of them with ratchet
for 1315 and 2115 mm cabinet height, preferably with
triangular key (LL) of 8 mm. Also it can be supplied
with other models of locks like: lock with key (LL), of
fast opening with doorknob, with slot for flat screwdriver or through retractable knob with ratchet lock or
cam-lock with or without key blocking (LL).
In this case , the modules will be supplied unitary packaged
and put over one of the battery shelves or base of the system
cabinet, fixed by plastic wraps. In case of lack of space, they
will be supplied in the battery cabinet, in the same conditions
and failing that in a single and separate packaging.
Subrack or case models, will be supplied inside the same
packaging of the system.
• Subrack models are designed for its fitting in 19" rack cabinet.
Therefore, it is provided a telescopic guides (GS) located in
both sides and joined to the own structure of the equipment
mechanically. The ends of these guides have threaded holes
of M6 as fixing points (PF2), which together with the holes located in the front of the equipment (PF1) allows it mechanical
fixing to the cabinet.
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To access to the connection terminals:
Open the front door by means of the lock (CT).
Remove the screws (t3) and terminal cover (TB). The
connection parts will be at sight.
When blind covers are fitted in, remove the screws
(t4) and all the blind covers (TC). The packaged rectifier modules will be at sight, as well as the shelves to
fit the batteries in, if it is foreseen to install them in the
same cabinet.
For systems with batteries in a separate cabinet,
open the front door (PF) and remove the screws
(t3) and (t4), as well as the covers (TB) and (TC). The
connection parts will be at sight.
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In cabinets of systems and/or batteries, where
the battery shelves are removable, there will
not be blind covers and they will have front door.
•
Finally, after doing the connection and/or erection
tasks, it is mandatory to leave the cabinet/switch the
cover/s put it or them back and the front door closed.
•
The floor where the system is installed will be ready to
support the weight of itself and it will be duly levelled,
otherwise the metallic frame will support unnecessary and
bad torques.
These deformities can mean a serious and dangerous
problem depending on their degree, especially in the rectifier cabinets with batteries fitted inside or battery cabinets,
because as higher is the weight to be supported, the most
the structure will suffer.
Optically, there could be slopes in the cabinet as regards to
the flat of the floor and/or between covers and top, being this
the lesser evil in comparison with the damages in the frame.
• It is mandatory to fix the cabinet/s to a solid and safe floor,
when the shelves are removable:
It has been stated the overturn risk of the cabinet
when pulling from the battery shelves out, with the
consequent risk of serious injuries for the operator, so it is
imperative required to stick visible warnings about the
need of fixing the cabinet to the floor with parts that
guarantee a total and permanent solidity before starting
fitting the batteries in.
Proceed as follows:
ˆˆ Make the needed works to have a solid floor and levelled
with the fixing points by means of threaded studs of M12
and with a length thread about 3 cm.
7.1.
Operative for inserting and
removing modules from the
system.
• Pay attention to this point when the system is supplied from
factory with the modules not assembled only. Use it as a removing and inserting guide of a unit.
• For systems without the modules and depending on the
model, break the strip that fix them to the cabinet of the
system, or battery cabinet or open the particular packaging
of each one of them..
7.1.1. Inserting or removing a module from
a system.
• Procedure to insert a module.
ˆˆ Take a packaged rectifier, remove it out from its cardboard
case, remove the protection foam and the anti-static bag.
ˆˆ Loosen the two screws with safety washer (t2) to release
the handle (AS1).
The handle pivot over an axis arranged in the front
bottom part of the module. Open it till the maximum, in
order to hide the mechanical lock (BL1) located at both
sides of its base, and allow the entrance of the module
into the subrack.
Do not insert the rectifier module in the subrack
without opening the handle (AS1) till the maximum , because the mechanical lock could be damaged
or broken.
Fig. 18 shows the mechanization in the base of the
600x800 and 800x800 mm cabinet, bottom cabinet view.
ˆˆ Put the equipment and/or battery cabinet over the mechanised floor.
ˆˆ Fix the cabinet base-plinth (BZ) to the floor, through the
foreseen fixing points (PA) of ø 12.5 mm, by means of
nuts and washers of M12.
ˆˆ Repeat this task for every cabinet, if there is more than
one unit.
•
Although the actions of the previous step have been
done properly, do not pull out more than one battery
shelf, there is high risk of mechanical torques in the own
frame.
Front
cabinet.
Front
cabinet.
Cabinet with base 600x800.
Cabinet with base 800x800.
Fig. 18. Mechanization of the cabinet base.
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(t2)
Loosen (t2)
ˆˆ Toggle the handle (AS1) till open it completely, in order to
lift the mechanical lock (BL1) and pull from it to disconnect the module from the «Backplane».
Open (AS1)
ˆˆ Remove the module completely.
ˆˆ To replace the module by another one, it is necessary to
validate the technical features of power and voltage are
the same in both.
ˆˆ Put the new rectifier, paying attention to the procedure of
inserting a module.
(BL1)
(AS1)
7.2.
Take care of your safety.
Fig. 19. Release of the handle (AS1).
ˆˆ Confront the rectifier module in any of the slots foreseen
for them in the DC Power-S cabinet and insert it with the
needed force in order to connect it to the «Backplane».
There is not risk of error, because the module is guided
by the natural channel of the own compartment and at
its back part side there is a pivot to centre it, which also
confers the needed rigidity to avoid that the connectors
suffer mechanical efforts less the ones for its own function of the electrical contact.
Back view (Mrect)
AC connections
DC and control
connections
Centrerer pivot
centrador
• All electrical connections and disconnections of cables from
the equipment, including the control ones, will be done with
no power supply and switches on rest position «O» or «Off».
• Before proceeding to fit the batteries in physically check that
protections or switches of the system are in «Off» position,
and in particular the one belonging to batteries in the equipment (F/Q3) and its homologous (F/Q8) in the battery
cabinet, in case there were an external battery set.
When the protection is done by means of fuses, they are
supplied inserted in the fuse holder, because the batteries
are not supplied already fitted in the cabinet. This way misleading and losses are avoided.
• Batteries are always supplied out from the own equipment
cabinet or battery cabinet. Therefore, it will be needed to fit
and connect them in according to the supplied diagram together with the documentation, by using the supplied accessories like rods, cables and bolts.
Start the procedure by fitting the batteries in the lowest shelf
in order to settle the cabinet and getting the lowest centre of
gravity and go to the next level as soon as the shelf is completely filled.
Fig. 20. Rear view of the rectifier module.
ˆˆ Push the handle (AS1) till closing it and leaving it die down
with the front of the module. With this action the mechanical lock (BL1) will fit in a perforate of the subrack. Tighten
both screws (t2) to immobilize the lock.
• In systems with removable selves, it is mandatory to introduce them as soon as they are filled, therefore unnecessary
mechanical torques over the frame will be avoided, which
can mean structural twists.
ˆˆ To remove each battery shelf (BB), is needed to remove
the two screws (BL2) that fix it as mechanical lock ,
which are located at the front and in both sides.
Put and inset (Mrect)
ˆˆ
Leave the connection between levels for the end,
otherwise there is risk of electrical discharge.
ˆˆ Complete the battery shelves one by one, interconnect
the batteries among them and introduce the battery shelf
in, as soon as the single works in each one of them is
finished.
Put both screws (BL2) which act as mechanical lock
and tighten them.
ˆˆ Next, proceed to connect the batteries between levels,
paying attention to the safety instructions stated in this
document and EK266*08.
•
Close (AS1)
Tighten (t2)
Fig. 21. Procedure to insert and remove a module in a system.
ˆˆ Proceed in the same way for the rest of rectifiers.
• Procedure to remove a module.
ˆˆ Loosen both screws with safety washer (t2) to release the
module handle (AS1) .
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Once the batteries are interconnected, take caution,
because dangerous voltage between the terminals of
several batteries or between one of them and the earth can
exist, depending on the total voltage of the set.
• In systems with back up time 0/ or 0A/, the battery acquisition, installation and connection will be borne by the client
and under his responsibility. Battery data relating to quantity,
capacity and voltage are stated in the battery label sticked
beside the nameplate of the equipment, respect these data
strictly, the polarity of the battery connection and the supplied circuit diagram together with the documentation and the
DC Power-S.
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•
Battery handling and connection, will be done or supervised by personnel with specific knowledge only.
Before doing any action, disconnect the batteries. Check that
current is not present and there is not dangerous voltage between both terminal ends of the battery set.
The battery circuit is isolated from the input voltage, in those
equipments with floating output voltage, nevertheless it will
not be, in those equipments with earthed output voltage.
Therefore, dangerous voltages can exist between the terminals of the battery set and earth.
•
7.4. Main protective earth terminal or
rod (X5) and/or (X5A).
• It is advisable and it is forced by the country regulations or
standards, to connect the device to earth.
Make sure that all the loads connected to the equipment are
only connected to the earth bonding terminal (X5). The fact
of not restricting the earthing of the load or loads to this single
point will create backfeed loops to earth that will affect to the
quality of the power supplied.
Check the system does not have input voltage before doing
any action over the batteries, otherwise the rectifier will
supply DC voltage to the cables connected to the battery set,
with the consequent risk.
All the terminals identified as main protective earthing terminal ( ), are joint among them and connected to the
ground of the cabinet.
Do not forget that a DC Power-S with batteries is a generator of electrical energy, both batteries are fitted or not
in the own cabinet of the own equipment, so the end-user must
take the needed cautions against direct or indirect contact.
• In those models with separate battery cabinet, joint the main
protective earth terminal or rod (X5) of the rectifier, with the
earth bonding terminal (X5A) of the battery cabinet ( ), by
using the foreseen cable in the battery cable bundle.
If the batteries are connected to the equipment and their
protection are turned «On», it is irrelevant the fact of having
turned «On» the DC Power-S or not to mains as well as the
position of its protection (On or Off).
• DC Power-S can be supplied from factory with the positive
pole connected to earth, negative to earth or floating. In the
nameplate and in the terminal labelling, it is identified the
connection type by means of the sign «+» or «–», written
down before the output voltage figure, which will indicate the
alive pole.
The output terminals will supply voltage meanwhile the battery set has energy, unless the output switch (F/Q2) is turned
«Off» or in case of having an outgoing distribution, the general protection of the outgoing distribution or each one of
the single protections of the outgoing distribution are turned
«Off».
7.3. To keep in mind.
• Installation location will be roomy, cooled and with easy access. Neither obstruct the cooling grids nor install the equipment outdoors.
• Input, output and main protective earth cross cable sections
will be in harmony with the nominal current of the nameplate,
being essential requirement to meet the regulations or standards of the country.
• A wrong connection or manoeuvring, can cause failures in
the equipment and/or connected loads to it. Read the instructions of this manual carefully and follow the stated steps in
the established order.
• In the base of the cabinet there are cable bushing cones
(PR), to isolate the connection cable entering from the metallic surface of the cabinet.
Cut them according to the suitable section in order to allow
entering the input, output and battery (systems with separate
battery cabinet only) cables.
Under request some cabinets can have a cable gland plate
(RN) for the cable entry, instead of the cable bushing cones
(PR).
• All the cables will be fixed with clamps (AB) to the rod (BF),
in order to immobilize them and avoid possible yank outs that
could cause false contacts, cable disconnections, ... etc, and
therefore equipment faults and/or possible risk of electrical
discharges.
It is very important to assure that the loads that are being connected to the equipment have the same type of connection of
itself, otherwise it will mean a risk for the personnel and the
destruction of the installation and annexes equipments.
By default and if it is not stated, all the equipments are supplied with floating output voltage.
•
It is recommended to use shielded cables for communications, as well as the connection of the own
shield to earth through the terminal or rod (X5).
7.5. Connection of the system with the
battery set or cabinet. Terminals
(X11) - (X12) and (X47) - (X48).
• This operation is only destined to connect the battery terminals of the system with the respective of the battery cabinet/s,
although the batteries belong to the client or they are supplied together with the equipment.
Any instructions referred to the physical fitting of each cell in
the cabinet of the system or battery, is described in section
7.2.
• All protections or switches of the system has to be in «Off»
position, and in particular the one belonging to batteries in
the equipment (F/Q3) and its homologous (F/Q8) in the
battery cabinet, in case there were an external battery set.
As the fuses are supplied inserted in the fuse holder,
to avoid misleading and losses, it is important to check
that the switches are opened (Off).
• As an example and mere guide for the end-user, figures 5
to 8 show the quantity of «N» rectifier modules connected
in parallel, with the most frequent requested devices and
options. If any of the related parts in the illustrations are not
available in your unit, ignore any reference or act over them.
Whenever it is considered appropriate, additional explanatory annexes will be created, for those equipments manufactured under particular requirements.
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• The typology of the output protection is determined and established as follows:
+ (X11)
– (X12)
(X5)
Battery terminals in
the rectifier cabinet.
ˆˆ Floating output, two poles protection.
Battery terminals in the
battery cabinet.
+ (X47)
– (48)
(X5A)
Fig. 22. Connection of the battery cabinet to the system.
• Connect the cable bundle, in general it is supplied, between
the terminals (X11) - (X12) of the system and (X47) - (X48)
of the battery or rack cabinet, by respecting the colour of the
cables (red for (+), black for (–) and green-yellow for the earth
bonding ( )) as week as the polarity stated in the labelling
of the equipment (see Fig. 22).
• In those systems with more than one battery cabinet/
rack, keep in mind to connect them in parallel and with
the own system too, depending on each particular case. In
any case, the supplied battery circuit diagram with the documentation will always prevail.
7.6. Connection to AC mains.
Terminals (X1), (X2), (X3) and (X4).
• All protections or switches of the system has to be in «Off»
position, and in particular the one belonging to batteries in
the equipment (F/Q3) and its homologous (F/Q8) in the
battery cabinet, in case there were an external battery set.
As the fuses are supplied inserted in the fuse holder,
to avoid misleading and losses, it is important to check
that the switches are opened (Off).
•
It is mandatory to earth the equipment ( ) through
the main protective earth terminal or rod (X5), making
sure that it is done before turning on the input voltage of the
equipment.
• Connect the power supply cables to terminals (X1) and (X4)
for single phase equipments or (X1), (X2), (X3) and (X4)
for three phase equipments, by respecting the phase and
neutral rotation, stated in the labelling of the DC Power-S.
7.7.
•
Connection of the loads.
It is mandatory to earth the equipment ( ) through
the main protective earth terminal or rod (X5), making
sure that it is done before turning on the input voltage of the
equipment.
• DC Power-S can be supplied from factory with the positive
pole connected to earth, negative to earth or floating. In the
nameplate and in the terminal labelling, it is identified the
connection type by means of the sign «+» or «–», written
down before the output voltage figure, which will indicate the
alive pole.
By default and if it is not stated, all the equipments are supplied with floating output voltage.
It is very important to assure that the loads that are
being connected to the equipment have the same
type of connection of itself, otherwise it will mean a risk for the
personnel and the destruction of the installation and annexes
equipments.
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ˆˆ Positive pole connected to earth, single pole protection in
the negative pole.
ˆˆ Negative pole connected to earth, single pole protection
in the positive pole.
The typology of the output protection is applicable to the battery switch or protection and to any protection of the DC outgoing distribution.
7.7.1. No DC outgoing distribution.
Terminals (X6) and (X9).
7.7.1.1. Floating output.
• All protections or switches of the system has to be in «Off»
position, and in particular the one belonging to batteries in
the equipment (F/Q3) and its homologous (F/Q8) in the
battery cabinet, in case there were an external battery set.
• Connect the loads or busbar to the output terminals (X6) and
(X9), by respecting the colour of the cables (red for positive
and black for negative) and the polarity stated in the labelling
of the equipment.
• Connect the earth of load or loads to the earth terminal or
rod (X5).
• It is recommended to distribute the output in several lines with
two poles type protection elements each one (fuse switches
or circuit breakers), to be installed by the client.
7.7.1.2. Output with the positive earthed.
• All protections or switches of the system has to be in «Off»
position, and in particular the one belonging to batteries in
the equipment (F/Q3) and its homologous (F/Q8) in the
battery cabinet, in case there were an external battery set.
• Connect the loads or busbar to the output terminals (X6) and
(X9), by respecting the colour of the cables (red for positive
and black for negative) and the polarity stated in the labelling
of the equipment.
• Connect the earth of load or loads to the earth terminal or
rod (X5).
• It is recommended to distribute the output in several lines
with single pole type protections elements each one in the
negative pole (fuse switches or circuit breakers), to be installed by the client.
7.7.1.3. Output with the negative earthed.
• All protections or switches of the system has to be in «Off»
position, and in particular the one belonging to batteries in
the equipment (F/Q3) and its homologous (F/Q8) in the
battery cabinet, in case there were an external battery set.
• Connect the loads or busbar to the output terminals (X6) and
(X9), by respecting the colour of the cables (red for positive
and black for negative) and the polarity stated in the labelling
of the equipment.
• Connect the earth of load or loads to the earth terminal or
rod (X5).
• It is recommended to distribute the output in several lines
with single pole type protections elements each one in the
positive pole (fuse switches or circuit breakers), to be installed by the client.
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7.7.2. With DC outgoing distribution.
Terminals (X6A.. 6*) and (X9A.. 9*).
7.7.2.1. Floating output.
• All protections or switches of the system has to be in «Off»
position, and in particular the one belonging to batteries in
the equipment (F/Q3) and its homologous (F/Q8) in the
battery cabinet, in case there were an external battery set.
• Connect the loads to the two poles protections of the outgoing distribution terminals directly, considering the current
limit of each one of them and the own connected load. As an
option an outgoing terminal strip can be supplied. Both has
the connection points labelled in Fig. 5 to 8 as (X6A.. 6*) and
(X9A.. 9*).
Respect the colour of the cables (red for positive and black
for negative) and the polarity stated in the labelling of the
equipment.
• Connect the earth of load or loads to the earth terminal or
rod (X5).
ˆˆ Terminal strip as an option.
An outgoing terminal strip can be supplied with the corresponding positive terminals to each protection (X6A.. 6*).
Connect the negative of the loads to these terminals.
Connect the negative of the loads to the common rod,
which has several bolts as terminals (X9A.. 9*) and at the
same it is connected to earth.
Respect the colour of the cables (red for positive and black
for negative) and the polarity stated in the labelling of the
equipment.
• Connect the earth of load or loads to the earth terminal or
rod (X5).
7.8. Communication module.
• The system has a communication module described in the
user's manual EN030*. This module has two versions, the
basic on, which is included in all DC Power-S systems as
standard and the extended one.
7.7.2.2. Output with positive earthed.
• All protections or switches of the system has to be in «Off»
position, and in particular the one belonging to batteries in
the equipment (F/Q3) and its homologous (F/Q8) in the
battery cabinet, in case there were an external battery set.
• Outgoing distribution:
ˆˆ By default to the protection terminals.
Connect the negative of the loads to the single pole protections of the outgoing distribution terminals directly
(X9A.. 9*), considering the current limit of each one of
them and the own connected load.
Connect the positive of the loads to the common rod,
which has several bolts as terminals (X6A.. 6*) and at the
same it is connected to earth.
ˆˆ Terminal strip as an option.
7.9. Terminal strip, auxiliary contacts
of the protections of the system.
• As an option the DC Power-S can incorporate auxiliary
contacts (C-NC-NO) in any of the standard protections or
switches of the equipment -Input, Output and Batteries- and/
or in any of the options -Single input protection for each rectifier, single output protection for each rectifier, General outgoing distribution and/or outgoing distribution-.
These auxiliary contacts are supplied connected to a terminal strip of double or triple tiers (see Fig 23) and they have
the function to inform about the tripping or manoeuvring of
any protections or switches. This information can be used to
trigger , i.e., an external alarm owned by the client.
An outgoing terminal strip can be supplied with the corresponding negative terminals to each protection (X9A..
9*). Connect the negative of the loads to these terminals.
• The voltage and current features that can support these contacts are 250 V AC 1 A. Use cables of 1 mm2 cross section
as minimum, but better to use 2,5 mm2, to connect them to
the auxiliary terminals.
Connect the positive of the loads to the common rod,
which has several bolts as terminals (X6A.. 6*) and at the
same it is connected to earth.
• Table 2 shows the correlation of the auxiliary terminals with
the function of the protection or switch. If the equipment
does not have auxiliary contacts in any of the protections or
switches, ignore that reference and proceed with the rest of
connections.
Respect the colour of the cables (red for positive and black
for negative) and the polarity stated in the labelling of the
equipment.
• Connect the earth of load or loads to the earth terminal or
rod (X5).
7.7.2.3. Output with negative earthed.
• All protections or switches of the system has to be in «Off»
position, and in particular the one belonging to batteries in
the equipment (F/Q3) and its homologous (F/Q8) in the
battery cabinet, in case there were an external battery set.
• Outgoing distribution:
ˆˆ By default to the protection terminals.
Connect the positive of the loads to the single pole protections of the outgoing distribution terminals directly
(X6A.. 6*), considering the current limit of each one of
them and the own connected load.
Connect the negative of the loads to the common rod,
which has several bolts as terminals (X9A.. 9*) and at the
same it is connected to earth.
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Internal connection side
AB
(X46A)
In this case, as the protection will be single pole, there will be only one
group of terminals for the auxiliary contact (X42), corresponding to the
alive pole (the one not connected to earth).
Table 2. Correlation between auxiliary terminals and the function of
the protection or switch, of the cabinet of the system.
•••
(X44*)
(X44A)
– (X42B)
(X41*)
•••
+ (X42A)
(X41A)
(X40)
•••
(X46)
4
2
1
3
ABABABAB
(X46*)
ABABABAB
(X45)
ABAB
For equipments with the positive or negative output earthed:
7.10. Terminal strip, auxiliary contacts
of the protections of the battery
cabinet.
Client connection side (cable entry through the base of the cabinet)
Pin A1.- Contact normally closed (NC).
Pin B1.- Contacto normally opened (NO).
Pin A3 y B3.- Common.
Pin-out of the double tier terminal strip.
Internal connection side
• As an option the battery protection of the DC Power-S battery
cabinet can incorporate auxiliary contacts (C-NC-NO).
This auxiliary contact is supplied connected to a terminal
strip of double or triple tier (see Fig 24) and they have the
function to inform about the tripping or manoeuvring of the
protections. This information can be used to trigger , i.e., an
external alarm owned by the client.
Internal connection side
6
4
2
1
3
5
ABAB
Client connection side (cable entry through the base of the cabinet)
Pin 3.- Contact normally closed (NC).
Pin 5.- Contact normally opened (NO).
Pin 1.- Common.
Pin-out of the triple tier terminal strip.
Fig. 23. Pin-out of the auxiliary contact terminal strip of the cabinet
of the system.
Auxiliary terminal
reference
(X40)
Input.
(X41A.. 41*)
(X42)
(8)
Batteries.
(X42A)
Battery positive (+).
(X42B)
(8)
Battery negative (–).
– (X43B)
+ (X43A)
Pin A1.- Contact normally closed (NC).
Pin B1.- Contacto normally opened (NO).
Pin A3 y B3.- Common.
Pin-out of the double tier terminal strip.
Internal connection side
6
4
2
1
3
5
Output individual protection of each module.
(X45)
General output.
(X46)
Output or general outgoing distribution.
(X46A.. 46*)
Input individual protection of each module.
(8)
(X44A.. 44*)
(8)
Protection or switch function
Client connection side (cable entry through the base of the cabinet)
+ ( X4 3A)
– ( X4 3B)
( X4 6*)
•••
( X4 4*)
( X4 5)
( X4 6)
( X4 6A)
•••
( X41*)
+ ( X42 A)
– ( X42B)
( X4 4A)
( X4 0)
( X41A)
•••
4
2
1
3
Outgoing distribution.
For equipments with floating output:
When the physical protection means a single element (circuit breaker),
there will be one auxiliary contact only, so there will be a single group
of terminals only (X42). If the protection is done by fuses, the will be
two auxiliary contacts, one for each pole, so there will be two groups
of terminals (X42A) and (X42B) for the selective identification, as it is
shown in Fig. 23.
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Client connection side (cable entry through the base of the cabinet)
Pin 3.- Contact normally closed (NC).
Pin 5.- Contact normally opened (NO).
Pin 1.- Common.
Pin-out of the triple tier terminal strip.
Fig. 24. Pin-out of the auxiliary contact terminal strip of the battery
cabinet.
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Auxiliary terminal
reference
(X43)
(9)
(X43A) (9)
(X43B)
(9)
(9)
Protection or switch function of the
battery cabinet
Batteries
Battery positive (+)
Battery negative (–)
For equipments with floating output:
When the physical protection means a single element (circuit breaker),
there will be one auxiliary contact only, so there will be a single group
of terminals only (X43). If the protection is done by fuses, the will be
two auxiliary contacts, one for each pole, so there will be two groups
of terminals (X43A) and (X43B) for the selective identification, as it is
shown in Fig. 24.
For equipments with the positive or negative output earthed:
In this case, as the protection will be single pole, there will be only one
group of terminals for the auxiliary contact (X43), corresponding to the
alive pole (the one not connected to earth).
Table 3. Correlation between auxiliary terminals and the function of
the protection or switch, of the battery cabinet.
7.11. Electrolyte level probe option,
terminal (X25A).
•
The communications line (interface) constitutes a very
low safety voltage circuit. To preserve the quality, it must
be installed aside from other lines that have dangerous voltages
(power distribution line).
• Flooded batteries, either PbCa or NiCd are supplied from
factory with the suitable electrolyte level, nevertheless after
a period of time, due to too much charges and discharges,
the ambient temperature or other factors, this level can drop.
Although the electrolyte level of all elements is always controlled in the periodical preventive maintenance services, it
can be considered that the liquid dropping in an equipment
is similar, no to say identical, in all the accumulators. For the
purpose of guaranteeing a higher and permanent control over
this parameter, an electrolyte level probe can be installed in
one of the batteries. This probe is supplied assembled in the
top of the element in one of the batteries.
Conceptually, when the probe is in contact with the electrolyte, it acts as a conductor, and an electrical circuit is closed.
In case of liquid dropping the probe does not conduct because the circuit is opened, therefore an alarm is triggered in
the LCD panel of the equipment.
• Proceed as follows.
ˆˆ In cabinets sharing the DC Power-S and batteries:
–– The probe is pre-connected from factory to the communication module and bridled to the frame of the
cabinet, at the height of one of the battery shelves and
with the comfortably cable length needed for removing
the battery shelf out. Cut the bridle to release it.
For its correct contact with the electrolyte,
check that the top with the probe has been entered till the bottom.
–– Push the battery shelf in and put the bolts (BL2) back
as mechanical locking mode.
ˆˆ In battery cabinets separate from DC Power-S:
–– In case of systems with more than one cabinet, the
electrolyte level probe can be found in the cabinet
that has the terminal (X25A).
–– The probe is pre-connected from factory to the terminal (X25A) and bridled to the frame of the battery
cabinet, at the height of one of the battery shelves and
with the comfortably cable length needed for removing
the battery shelf out. Cut the bridle to release it.
–– Remove the bolts (BL2) as mechanical locking
mode to release the corresponding battery shelf and
remove it out.
–– Remove the top of one of the accumulators, better
from one of the centre of the battery block, and replace it by the one with the probe.
For its correct contact with the electrolyte,
check that the top with the probe has been entered till the bottom.
–– Remove the two wires bundle (MD) from inside
of the rectifier cabinet and connected at its opposite end to the communication module (Mcom),
through the cable bushing cones (PR) located at its
base and insert it into the battery cabinet through their
respective cable bushing cones (PR) located in its
base.
Connect whatever the wire of the bundle (MD) to terminals 1 and 3 of terminal (X25A).
–– Push the battery shelf in again and put the bolts (BL2)
back as mechanical locking mode.
Internal connection side
4
2
1
3
6
4
2
1
3
5
( X 25A)
• Table 3 shows the correlation of the auxiliary terminals with
the function of the protection. If the equipment does not have
the auxiliary contact ignore that reference.
–– Remove the top of one of the accumulators, better
from one of the centre of the battery block, and replace it by the one with the probe.
( X 25A)
• The voltage and current features that can support these contacts are 250 V AC 1 A. Use cables of 1 mm2 cross section
as minimum, but better to use 2,5 mm2, to connect them to
the auxiliary terminals.
Client connection side (cable entry through the base of the cabinet)
Pin-out of the double tier
terminal strip.
Pin-out of the triple tier
terminal strip.
Fig. 25. Auxiliary contact terminal strip pinout of the electrolyte
level probe, in the battery cabinet.
–– Remove the bolts (BL2) as mechanical locking
mode to release the corresponding battery shelf and
remove it out.
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8. Rectifier start up and
shutdown.
• All protections or switches of the system has to be in «Off»
position, and in particular the one belonging to batteries in
the equipment (F/Q3) and its homologous (F/Q8) in the
battery cabinet, in case there were an external battery set.
As the fuses are supplied inserted in the fuse holder,
to avoid misleading and losses, it is important to check
that the switches are opened (Off).
• Check that it has been respected the stated in section 7 Installation.
• With loads shutdown, turn on the commercial power supply
to the input terminals:
ˆˆ For single phase equipments, terminals (X1) and (X4).
ˆˆ For three phase equipments, terminals (X1), (X2), (X3)
and (X4).
8.1. First commissioning or after a
complete shutdown.
8.2. Shutdown of the system.
• Ignore any manoeuvring of the not available switches or protections in your system.
• Shutdown the loads.
• Turn the outgoing distributions protections (F/Q6A.. F/Q6*)
to «Off».
• Turn the output or general outgoing distribution protection
(F/Q2) to «Off» .
• Turn the general output protection (F/Q2A) to «Off».
Output switch of the system IS NOT A LOAD BREAK
TYPE SWITCH.
• In systems with single output protections (F/Q2B.. F/Q2*) for
each module, turn them «Off».
• In systems with single input protections (F/Q1B.. F/Q1*) for
each module, turn them «Off».
• Turn the input or general input protection (F/Q1A) to «Off».
• Turn the protection or switch (F/Q3) and/or (F/Q8) to «Off».
Battery protection of the system and/or battery cabinet IS NOT A LOAD BREAK TYPE SWITCH. Do not
turn it meanwhile the system is supplying output voltage
through the batteries.
• Ignore any manoeuvring of the not available switches or protections in your system.
• Turn the protection or switch (F/Q3) and/or (F/Q8) to «On».
Battery protection of the system and/or battery cabinet IS NOT A LOAD BREAK TYPE SWITCH. Do not
turn it meanwhile the system is supplying output voltage
through the batteries.
• Turn the input or general input protection (F/Q1A) to «On».
• In systems with single input protections (F/Q1B.. F/Q1*) for
each module, turn them «On».
• In systems with single output protections (F/Q2B.. F/Q2*) for
each module, turn them «On».
• Turn the general output protection (F/Q2A) to «On».
Output switch of the system IS NOT A LOAD BREAK
TYPE SWITCH.
• Turn the output or general outgoing distribution protection
(F/Q2) to «On».
• Turn the outgoing distributions protections (F/Q6A.. F/Q6*)
to «On».
• The own leds of each module will light according to the status
of each rectifier. See section 9.
• The system has a control module described in the user's
manual EN021*. By means of itself, the DC Power-S can be
managed and monitored and control the operating mode.
• Start up the loads.
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9. Optical indications of
the rectifiers.
9.1. Optical indications.
a) Correct output indication. Green colour led.
(b)Standby module indication, it doesn't supply output voltage.
Yellow colour led.
With leds (a) + (b) turned on, in green and yellow colour
respectively, the indication as warning mode means that the
rectifier is working at maximum current conditions. The rectifier is self-limited and it gives the maximum power that it can
supply.
(c) Alarm indication, due to over temperature, short-circuit or
fault. The rectifier is blocked and out of service meanwhile
the causes are present. Red colour led.
9.2. Control Module.
• The system has a control module, which is described in the
user's manual EN021*. By means of itself, the DC Power-S
can be managed, monitored and control its operating.
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10. Maintenance.
10.1. Basic maintenance guide.
10.3.1. Warranty terms.
Warranty terms for the product that you have acquired can be
found in our Website, register the equipment in it. It is strongly
recommended to do it as soon as possible, in order to include it
in the Service and Technical Support (S.T.S.) database. Among
other advantages, it will be easier to make any regulatory process for the S.T.S. intervention in case of an hypothetical fault.
Batteries must be replaced at the end of their useful life.
For equipments manufactured with particular requirements , it is possible to find dangerous voltages
and hot or very hot metallic parts (heatsinks) inside the rectifier cabinet even with the equipment disconnected from
mains.
The direct contact can cause electrocutions and burns. All
the operating, less the fuse replacing located in the external
switches, must be done by authorised technical staff only.
10.3.2.Out of scope of supply.
Our company is not forced by the warranty if it appreciates
that the defect in the product doesn’t exist or it was caused by
a wrong use, negligence, installation and/or inadequate testing,
tentative of non-authorised repairing or modification, or any other
cause beyond the foreseen use, or by accident, fire, lightnings or
other dangers. Neither it will cover, in any case, compensations
for damages or injuries.
When replacing any fuse, it has to be of the same type,
size, format and dimensions.
10.4. Technical service networks.
Battery protection of the system and/or battery cabinet IS
NOT A LOAD BREAK TYPE SWITCH.
The Service and Technical Support (S.T.S.) coverage both national and international, can be found in our Website.
10.1.1. Batteries.
The useful lifetime of the batteries depends on the ambient temperature and other factors like the quantity of charging and discharging cycles and the deep discharges done.
In the safety user's manual EK266*08 there is a specific
section dedicated to batteries, respect the indications
stated in the strictly.
10.2. Replacing a rectifier module.
10.2.1. Inserting or removing a module from
the system.
For any task related to remove or insert any rectifier module in a
system, proceed as section 7.1.1 states.
This task can be done in hot and it is only needed to check the
features of the new module to be inserted in the system, are
identical to the removed rectifier.
Once the new module is fitted in the operative system, it will be
auto-addressed and it will be started up automatically.
10.3. Warranty conditions.
The limited warranty supplied by our company only applies to
those products that you acquire for commercial or industrial use
in the normal development of your business.
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11. Annexes.
11.1. General technical specifications.
Dry contacts (RELAYS)
3 dry contacts, extendable to 9. See
user'rs manual EN030*, communication
module
Battery voltage compensation
according to temperature
By means of the probe fitted in the
battery set
Low electrolyte level (for flooded
batteries type )
Option. By means of the probe fitted in
one of the bateries
INPUT
AC voltage (V)
Single phase 220 / 230 / 240.
Three phase 3x380 / 3x400 / 3x415
(5 wires: 3 phases + N +PE)
Input voltage window , phase to
neutral (V)
90.. 290 (10)
Frequency (Hz)
50 / 60
Power factor
> 0.99 (PFC)
THDi
<5%
Efficiency
Up to 95.5 %
GENERALS
OUTPUT
Dielectric strength
4000 V AC for 1 minute
Protection degree
IP20
Cooling
Forced and individual per module
Acoustic nouse at 1 metre
< 55 dBA (average)
Rectifier operating temperature
–20 ºC to +55 ºC (11)
Rectifier storage temperature
–40 ºC to +70 ºC (12)
Nominal DC voltage (V)
48 / 110 / 125
Voltage range setting (%)
–15.. +25
Accuracy (%)
±1
Relative humidity
Up to 95 % non-condensing
Psophometric noise
< 2mV
Maximum operating altitude
Up to 3000 m.a.s.l.
Load sharing among modules
Active parallel
1000 / 2000 / 2700
Mean Time Between Failures
(MTBF)
250,000 h
Power per module (W)
Maximum quantity of parallel
modules
Mean Time To Repair (MTTR)
15 minutes
30
Colour of the external covers
RAL-9005
Galvanised and preformed sheeted steel
Electrolytic galvanised sheet steel
Maximum power of a system with
parallel modules (kW)
30 / 60 / 81
Frame, supports and
accessories
Rectifier output current (A)
See table 5
Battery shelves
BATTERIES
Weights (kg)
Type
PbCa (sealed or flooded) or NiCd
Type of charge
Constant IU in accordance with DIN
41773
Battery charging current
0.1.. 0.3 C adjustable
Recharging time
Up to 80% in 4 hours (0.2 C)
Floating voltage
2.28 V/cell (PbCa) / 1.4.. 1.45 V/cell (NiCd)
Boost voltage charge
2.5 V/cell (PbCa) / 1.5 V/cell (NiCd)
Exceptional voltage charge
2.7 V/cell (PbCa) / 1.65 V/cell (NiCd)
Protecctions
Against over voltage, under voltage and
over charge
Floating voltage / ambient
temperature compensation
Yes, customized according to battery
features (mV / ºC)
Electrolyte level probe for
flooded batteries (PbCa, NiCd, ..)
Option
PROTECTION AND MANOEUVRIN PARTS
Input or general input
Circuit breaker or switch+ fuses
Batteries
Circuit breaker o fuses
Output or general output
Switch
Single input modules
Circuit breaker (Option)
Single output modules
Circuit breaker (Option)
General outgoing distribution
Circuit breaker (Option)
Distribución de salida
Circuit breaker (Option)
Dimensions (mm)
Dependin on the configuration, see
table 6 (12)
According to the model, see Fig. 13
LCD PANEL
Control module
See user's manual EN021*.
STANDARDS
Safety
IEC/EN 61204-7, IEC/EN 60950-1
Electromagnetic Compatibility
(EMC)
IEC/EN 61204-3
Marking
CE.
Quality and environmental
management
ISO 9001 and ISO 14001
Certification body
SGS
(10)
Power derating for voltages lower than 190 V AC.
(11)
Power derating for temperatures higher than +45 ºC.
(12)
Without batteries.
Table 4. General specifications.
COMMUNICATION AND ALARMS
Slot
Yes, one as standard (pre-wired)
SNMP / Telemaintenance
SICRES, option
DB9 connector (COM1)
RS232. With SICRES unit, it is inhibited
DB9 connector (COM2)
RS232. Exclusive from COM3
DB9 connector (COM3)
RS485. Exclusive from COM2
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Module
System
Output
voltage V
DC
Model
Power
(kW)
DC-18-S
1
18
18.. 540
1.. 30
48
DC-36-S
2
36
36.. 1080
2.. 60
DC-50-S
2,7
50
50.. 1500
2.7.. 81
110
125
Current (A) Current (A)
Power
(kW)
DC-8-S
1
8
8.. 240
1.. 30
DC-16-S
2
16
16.. 480
2.. 60
DC-22-S
2,7
22
22.. 660
2.7.. 81
DC-7-S
1
7
7.. 210
1.. 30
DC-16-S
2
16
15.. 450
2.. 60
DC-20-S
2,7
20
20.. 600
2,7.. 81
Table 5. Module and system particular specifications.
Rack cabinet
depth x width x
height (mm)
Cabinet and
mechanical parts
approx. weight
(kg)
Electrical parts
approx. weight
(kg)
605x605x1315
65
25
805x605x1315
87
30
605x605x2115
110
35
805x605x2115
145
45
805x805x2115
180
55
Single
module
weight (kg)
3 (13)
NOTE: In the equipments with optional front door increases 40 mm the depth.
(13)
Approx. total weight of a system without batteries, add the partial weights of
the mechanical and electrical parts and to the result add the modules weight,
considering that the last one is get from multiplying the quantity of modules
that system has by the single weight of it.
For the battery weight, check the note in the «Packing list».
Table 6. Approx. weight calculation of a DC Power-S system.
11.2. Glossary.
• AC.-It is nominated as alternating current (CA abbreviation is Spanish and AC in English) to the electrical
current in which the magnitude and direction varies in a
cyclic way. The most common wave shape of the alternating current is sinewave, because the energy transmission is better. Nevertheless, some applications
could need other period wave shapes, like triangular or
square.
are fed by a single phase electrical mains, or three phase
when they are fed by the three phases. Depending on the
rectification type, they can be half wave, when only one of the
current semi-cycles is used, or full wave, where both semicycles are used.
• The thyristor (gt.: gate).- is an electronic component based
on semiconductors elements that uses the internal feedback
to make a switching. The materials, which is based on, are
semiconductor type, so it means, depending on the temperature that they are they can work as isolators or conductors.
They are unidirectional devices because the current can
only flow in one direction. Usually they are used in electrical
power control.
Some power supplies are defined as thyristor and silicon
controlled rectifier (SCR) synonyms; 1 others define the SCR
as a thyristor type, the same as for the DIAC and TRIAC devices.
• Battery.- It is a device able to store energy in a chemical
way and, later on, by using electrochemical procedures to
produce electrical energy. This cycle can be repeated for a
determined number of times. It is a secondary electrical generator; so it means, a generator, which can't work if electricity
has not been supplied previously, by means of the so-called
charge procedure.
• Interface.- In electronic, telecommunications and hardware,
an interface (electronic) is the port (physical circuit) through
which are sent or received signals from a system or subsystems toward others.
• LCD.- LCD acronym of Liquid Crystal Display, device invented by Jack Janning, who was employee of NCR. It is an
electric system of data presentation based on 2 transparent
conductor layers and in the middle a special crystal liquid
that have the capacity to orientate the light when trespassing.
• LED.- LED acronym of Light Emitting Diode, is a semiconductor device (diode) that emits light almost monochrome
with a very narrow spectrum, it means, when it is direct polarized and it is crossed by an electric current. The colour, (wave
longitude), depends on the semiconductor material used in
its construction, being able to vary from the ultraviolet one,
going through the visible spectrum light, to the infrared, receiving these last ones the denomination of IRED (Infra Red
Emitting Diode).
• Circuit breaker.- A circuit breaker or switch, is a device ready
to break the electrical current of a circuit when the maximum
set values are exceeded.
• DC.- The direct current (CC in Spanish, DC in English) is the
continuous electron flow through a cable between two points
with different potential. Unlike the alternating current (CA in
Spanish and AC in English), in direct current the electrical
loads always flow in the same direction from the highest potential point to the lowest one. Although, usually the direct
current is identified with the constant current (for example the
one supplied by the battery), it is continuous any current that
always maintain the polarity.
• GND.- The term ground, as its name states, refers to the potential of the earth surface.
• Rectifier.- In electronic, a rectifier is the element or circuit
that allows to convert the alternating current into direct current. This is done by rectifier diodes, which can be solid state
semiconductors, vacuum or gassy valves as the mercury
vapour. Depending on the features of the alternating current
power supply used, it is classified as single phase, when they
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