MSR 2400R - Powernet
DATASHEET / USER MANUAL
MSR 2400R
Rugged Power System for Military and Heavy Duty Applications
2400 W modular power system
Approved for heavy environment
Power supply or battery charging systems
Parallel n+1 connection, up to 90A
Series connection, up to 360VDC
Multi outputs, ± outputs
Hot-swap plug-in modules
Module fail and mains alarms
Operating temperature –40oC … +55 °C
Vibration, sin, IEC60068-2-6, 20-50m/s2 (2-5 gn)
Vibration, broad-band random, IEC60068-2-64
Bump, IEC60068-2-29, 250m/s2 (25 gn)
Shock, IEC60068-2-27, 400m/s2 (40 gn)
Cold test, IEC60068-2-1
Damp heat, cyclic, IEC60068-2-30
Dry heat, IEC60068-2-2
19” SUB-RACK UNITS
Type
Voltage
versions
MSR7110R/48
MSR7110R/96
24V, 36V, 48V
72V, 96V
8171178A
Cover plate for empty module place
Modules
per rack
1…3 pcs
1…3 pcs
Power
Mechanics (w x h x d)
800W…2400W
800W…1800W
19” (482mm) / 2U (88mm) / 360mm
19” (482mm) / 2U (88mm) / 360mm
25TE / 2U
RECTIFIER MODULES
Type
Input voltage
*)
ADC7180R/12
ADC7180R/24
ADC7180R/36
ADC7180R/48
ADC7180R/72
ADC7180R/96
50…260 VAC
50…260 VAC
50…260 VAC
50…260 VAC
50…260 VAC
50…260 VAC
Nominal
Output
Voltage
12 VDC
24 VDC
36 VDC
48 VDC
72 VDC
96 VDC
Voltage
Setting
Range
12-15VDC
24-30VDC
36-54VDC
48-60VDC
72-108VDC
90-144VDC
Max
Output
Current
30 A
30 A
20 A
15 A
10 A
7.5A
Current
Limit
Setting
0-30A
0-30A
0-20A
0-15A
0-10A
0-7.5A
Max
Power
800W
800W
800W
800W
800W
800W
Mechanics
(w x h x d)
25TE / 2U / 230mm
25TE / 2U / 230mm
25TE / 2U / 230mm
25TE / 2U / 230mm
25TE / 2U / 230mm
25TE / 2U / 230mm
*) Max power 600W at DC input, reduced power 55…200VAC or 78…200VDC
Powernet Oy Martinkyläntie 43, FI-01720 VANTAA, Tel. +358 10 2890 700
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INPUT
Input voltage
Frequency
Safety
Input current
Inrush current
Isolation
55…264 VAC
78…360 VDC / max 600W
Mains switch
Soft start
Input / ground
Input / outputs
Output / ground
Front panel with light
Mains input connector
Common input for each rectifier
OUTPUT
Voltage
Current
Short circuit protection
MCBs on front panel
55…200VAC reduced power, see module datasheet
78…200VDC reduced power, see module datasheet
45...65Hz
According to EN60950, Class I
Max 4.5A per module
max 7A 10ms peak, otherwise less than 4.5A
1500VAC
3750VAC
500VDC
12, 24, 48VDC One per PSU
72, 96VDC One per sub-rack, max 10A current
IEC320 C14 male connector
12…120VDC / max 800W per module
0…30A / max 800W per module
Short circuit protected, electronic current limit
3 x 30A MCB in negative output
3 x 10A MCB in negative output
Output connector
3-pole 10mm2 screw terminal for each rectifier
(+ , - , PE)
Hot swap
Series diode in each rectifier
Hot-swap allowed,
Input and output switch at OFF position
Series/parallel operations All modules can be connected in series or in parallel
CONTROLS
Input
Output
ALARMS
Input failure
Output failure
Alarm connector
Nominal voltages
Nominal current per module
Rectifier modules
ADC7110R/48 sub-rack
ADC7110R/96 sub-rack
3 terminal groups on rear panel
On the front panel
On the front panel
Power switch with ON/OFF light
MCB ON/OFF safety switch
U in nom < appr. 150VAC
Module failure or output switch off
Rear panel
Pin configurations
Normally open and closed relay contacts
Relay contact and MCB auxiliary relay
Removable 12-pole 2.5mm2 screw terminal
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
ENVIRONMENTAL
Temperature range
Cooling
Shock and vibration
Operating
Storage
ADC7180R modules
IEC60068-2
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Mains alarm COMMON
Mains alarm NO
Mains alarm NC
Parallel output alarm COMMON
Parallel output alarm NO *)
Series output alarm PSU1 COMMON
Series output alarm PSU1 NC *)
Series output alarm PSU2 COMMON
Series output alarm PSU2 NC *)
Series output alarm PSU3 COMMON
Series output alarm PSU3 NC *)
*) Normally = Mains / PSU OK
Not in use
-40°C...+70 °C, de-rating at +50°C...+70 °C
-40°C...+85 °C
Temperature controlled fan in front panel
See approvals below
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STANDARDS / APPROVALS
Safety
EN60950
Class I
EMC emissions
EN50081-1
Main standard
EN55022 class B
Conducted emissions 150 kHz …30 MHz
Radiated emissions 30 MHz … 1000 MHz
EN50082-2
Main standard
EN61000-4-2
EN61000-4-3, ENV50204
EN61000-4-4
EN61000-4-5
EN61000-4-6
EN61000-4-8
EN61000-4-11
Electrostatic Discharge
Electromagnetic field immunity
Fast Transients
Surge
Conductive Immunity
Power Frequency Magnetic Field
Power Line Quality
EN61000-3-2
EN61000-3-3
Harmonic Currents Emissions
Voltage Fluctuation and
Flicker Sensation
Environmental
IEC60068-2
Main Standard
Vibration sinusoidal
Vibr. broad-band random
Bump
Shock
Cold test
Damp Heat, Cyclic
Dry Heat
IEC60068-2-6, Test Fc
IEC60068-2-64, Test Fh
IEC60068-2-29, Test Eb
IEC60068-2-27, Test Ea
IEC60068-2-1, Test Ab
IEC60068-2-30, Test Db
IEC60068-2-2, Test Bb
20m/s2 (2gn) 9-200Hz, 50m/s2 (5gn) 200-500Hz
Spectral acceleration 3.57gnrms 5-500Hz
250m/s2 (25gn) 6ms
400m/s2 (40gn) 6ms
-40oC 3 oC, transportation and operation
+55oC 2 oC, transportation and operation
+70oC 2 oC, transportation and storage
19” sub-rack
Height
Width
Depth
Rack without rectifiers
Rectifier
Steel
Positions for 3 pcs of ADC7180 modules
2U
19”
300mm, excluding handles and connectors
5.5 kg
1.35kg
IP20
EMC immunity
Product Family Standard
MECHANICAL
Power Rack
Dimensions
Weight
Enclosure
 Installation space for wires
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Operating and connecting the sub-rack and modules
General
MSR7110R sub-racks have be developed can be used to supply several output voltages from 0V up to 400VDC in series
connection. MSR7110R sub-racks can be used to supply several output voltages from 0V up to 400VDC in series
connection. Modules can be connected in parallel, series or to have multi output voltages from the same sub-rack. Units
are hot swappable, but the sub-rack also have both input and output switch to make the change without power. 1…3 pcs
of modules can be installed in the sub-rack. Empty module places are covered by the cover plate.
Mounting the sub-rack
Sub-rack is installed in 19” cabinet and mounted by 4pcs of M6 screws from the front panel.
Mounting the plug-in module
The plug-in module is installed by pushing it to the bottom of sub-rack as long as the connector in the rear panel have
the contact with the mating connector in sub-rack. Mounting screws in modules front panel are fastened. Removing the
module is made in opposite order.
Mains connection
The mains is supplied by IEC320 C14 male connector. Use 1-phase power cords cross-section 3 x 1,5mm2. The
minimum mains fuse is 16A. Make sure that both input and output are switched off in the front panel of sub-rack before
connecting the mains. Turn the mains switch to up position. The switch light indicates that mains is connected. The unit
is starting about 4 seconds. The unit’s output led in front panel is lightning green.
Output connection
Use minimum 4mm2 output cable, 6mm2 preferred. Connect cables to the screw terminal in the sub-rack’s rear panel via
the cable clamp. Output MCBs can be turned to the ON position after module’s output led in front panel is green.
Outputs can be in stand-alone, parallel or series use.
1.
Stand-alone use
Connect minimum 4mm2 cables from modules + and - screw terminal to load.
2.
Parallel use
Connect each module to the load by minimum 4mm2 cables. To ensure proper load sharing the length and cross
section of each output cable need to be the same and the output adjustment at each module should be equal.
3.
Series use
The series connection is made by connecting the positive output of module 1 to the negative output of module 2 and
connecting the load between the positive output of module 2 and negative output of module 1. Use minimum 4mm2
cables.
Output voltage adjustment
The factory setting for the output is the nominal voltage (for example 48VDC). Output of each module can be adjusted
by turning Uadj trimmer. The adjustment is made by small screw driver.
Output current limit adjustment
The factory setting for the current limit is the nominal output current . Output current limit (max current) can be adjusted
from the Iadj trimmer.
Alarms
Potential free change over relay contacts (NO, NC, COM) are included in system.
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Input alarm
Input alarm is indicated when mains reduce below 150V. Both normally open contact between pins 1-2 and normally
closed contact between pins 1-3 are available.
Module fail or output MCB fail
Each rectifier have module fail relay alarm NO and NC contact. Standard sub-rack includes NC contacts from each
rectifier and parallel connected common alarm from whole system with NO contacts. Parallel connected NO contacts are
in use when switch S4 is in NO position. Common alarm can be now connected between pins 4-5. If the switch S4 is in
NC-position (serial alarm), output alarms of each PSU can be used individually from pins 6-7, 8-9 and 10-11 or to these
individual alarms can be connected in series and the common NC output can be taken out between pins 6 – 11. The
status normal means the normal operating condition for the power supply. The cross section of alarm cable can be 0,22
… 0,75mm2.
Electrical connections in the sub-rack
Voltage versions 12VDC, 24VDC and 48VDC
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Electrical connections in the sub-rack
Voltage versions 72VDC and 96VDC
Pin Configuration in rear panel
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Lead through position for
analog control cable
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