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Technical Data

 

 

 

 

 

Type rating

 

 

 

 

 

PROTECT D.1000

1000 VA (pf = 0.9 lag.)

 

 

 

900 W

 

 

PROTECT D.1500

1500 VA (pf = 0.9 lag.)

 

 

 

1350 W

 

 

PROTECT D.2000

2000 VA (pf = 0.9 lag.)

 

 

 

1800 W

 

 

PROTECT D.3000

3000 VA (pf = 0.9 lag.)

 

 

 

2700 W

 

 

UPS input

1ph~ / N / PE

 

 

 

Nominal input voltage

230

Vac

 

 

Rectifier voltage range

190

Vac – 276 Vac

 

 

(without battery operation

(PROTECT D.1000 & D.1500)

 

 

100% load, pf = 0.9 lag.)

200

Vac – 276 Vac

 

 

 

(PROTECT D.2000 & D.3000)

 

 

Rectifier voltage range

180

Vac – 276 Vac

 

 

(without battery operation

(PROTECT D.1000 & D.1500)

 

 

100% load, pf = 0.8 lag.)

190

Vac – 276 Vac

 

 

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(PROTECT D.2000 & D.3000)

 

Rectifier voltage range

160

Vac – 276 Vac

 

 

(without battery operation

(PROTECT D.1000 & D.1500)

 

 

100% load, pf = 0.7 lag.)

180

Vac – 276 Vac

 

 

 

 

 

(PROTECT D.2000 & D.3000)

 

 

Bypass voltage range

195.5 Vac – 253 Vac

 

 

Frequency

50 Hz / 60 Hz

 

 

 

(autom. recognition or manual)

 

 

Frequency tolerance range

± 5 Hz

 

Charging rate at full load and battery charging (max.)

PROTECT D.1000

4.8 A

PROTECT D.1500

7.2 A

PROTECT D.2000

9.6 A

PROTECT D.3000

13.7 A

Circuit feedback factor

λ > 0.99

 

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UPS output

Nominal output voltage

200/208/220/230/240 Vac ± 2%

 

Power reduction:

 

10% at 208V, 20% at 200V

Nominal frequency

50 Hz / 60 Hz ± 0.25 Hz

 

(Tolerance in battery mode

 

or free running in frequency

 

changer mode)

Synchronization range

50 Hz or 60 Hz ± 3 Hz

Synchronization speed

1 Hz / s

Power factor range

0.8 lag. to 0.9 cap.

 

for full power output

 

Power reduction:

 

10% to 0.5lag., 20% to 0.5 cap.

Voltage waveform

Sine, distortion

 

< 3% THD (linear load)

 

< 6% THD (non-linearload)

Crest factor

3:1

Overload behavior

to 110% continuously;

with mains supply

≥ 110% – <130% for 5 min.

 

≥ 130% – <150% for 15 s

 

≥ 150% for 300 ms

Overload behavior

to 102% continuously;

with battery operation

≥ 110% – <130% for 12 s

 

≥ 130% – <150% for 2 s

 

≥ 150% for 100 ms

Short-circuitbehaviour

4.4 x IN for 100 ms

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Battery

Autonomy time (for a battery charged 100% and at 25°C)

Linked

 

Autonomy time (nominal load, pf = 0.9 lag.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

battery modules

 

D.1000

 

D.1500

D. 2000

D. 3000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

With integrated battery

 

6 min.

 

5.5 min.

6 min.

3.5 min.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1 extra battery module

 

31 min.

 

25 min.

33 min.

18 min.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2 extra battery modules

 

51 min.

 

46 min.

59 min.

34 min.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3 extra battery modules

 

82 min.

 

69 min.

88 min.

53 min.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4 extra battery modules

 

100 min.

 

90 min.

119 min.

69 min.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rated direct voltage (intermediate circuit)

 

 

 

 

PROTECT D.1000

36 V

 

 

 

 

 

PROTECT D.1500

48 V

 

 

 

 

 

PROTECT D. 2000

72 V

 

 

 

 

 

PROTECT D. 3000

72 V

 

 

 

 

 

Float voltage

2.28 Vdc/cell (pre-setto 25°C)

 

 

 

charging voltage temperature dependent

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Setting range

2.21 Vdc/cell – 2.31 Vdc/cell

 

 

 

in 0.01V increments

 

 

 

Batt.-chargepower (max.) 1.4 Adc (PROTECT D.1000 / D.1500)

 

 

 

 

1.7 Adc (PROTECT D.2000 / D.3000)

 

Battery type

Valve regulated lead battery (VRLA)

 

 

 

Special type for high-currentdischarge

 

PROTECT D.1000

3 blocks at 12V 9Ah

 

 

 

PROTECT D.1000 BP

2 belts at 3 blocks at 12V 9Ah

 

PROTECT D.1500

4 blocks at 12V 9Ah

 

 

 

PROTECT D.1500 BP

2 belts at 4 blocks at 12V 9Ah

 

PROTECT D.2000

6 blocks at 12V 9Ah

 

 

 

PROTECT D.3000

6 blocks at 12V 9Ah

 

 

 

PROTECT D.2030 BP

2 belts at 6 blocks at 12V 9Ah

 

Recharging times

~ 3h to 90% for internal battery

 

~9h/~15h/~21h/~27h with 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 battery extension(s)

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Communication

Interfaces

RS232 (SUB-D(9-pin)),USB

 

additional: communication slot

 

for extensions (e.g. relay card

 

/ SNMP (PRO), ...)

Remote shutdown contact Relay contact input Shutdown software on CD

General information

Potential-free(programmable as either open or closed contacts)

250Vac 3A or 30Vdc 3A change-overcontact (programmable)

“CompuWatch” for all popular operating systems, incl. Windows, Linux, Mac, Unix, Novell, Sun

Classification

Full-loadefficiency(AC-AC /DC-AC)

Full-loadefficiency ECO (economical mode)

Full-loadefficiency ECO+(efficiency-optimized)

Inherent noise (1m distance)

PROTECT D.1000

PROTECT D.1500

PROTECT D.2000

PROTECT D.3000 Cooling

Operating temperature range

Storage temperature range

VFI SS 211 acc. to IEC 62040–3double-conversiontechnology

PROTECT D.1000 ≥88% / ≥83% PROTECT D.1500 >88% / ≥83% PROTECT D.2000 >89% / ≥86% PROTECT D.3000 ≥90% / ≥86%

>94% (transfer time <10ms)

>95% ( D.1000 / D.1500 )

>98% ( D.2000 / D.3000 ) (transfer time <20ms)

<44 dB(A)

<45 dB(A)

<52 dB(A)

<52 dB(A)

Air-blastcooling with variablespeed fans

0°C to +40°C to 1500m over NN 0°C to +35°C to 3000m over NN

Recommended: +15°C to +25°C (battery-systemdependent)

-15°Cto +50°C

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Humidity

< 95% (non-condensing)

 

Installation height

Up to 3000m at nominal power

 

 

max. transport height: 10000m

 

Connections

 

 

Power supply (lockable)

IEC320 C14 (D.1000-D.2000)

 

 

IEC320 C20 (D.3000)

 

Load segment connections with automatic locking

 

PROTECT D.1000 / D.1500

2 x IEC320 C13 (UPS direct)

 

 

2 x 2 x IEC320 C13 (manageable)

 

PROTECT D.2000

4 x IEC320 C13 (UPS direct)

 

 

2 x 2 x IEC320 C13 (manageable)

 

PROTECT D.3000

1 x IEC320 C19 (UPS direct)

 

 

with manual locking

 

 

2 x 3 x IEC320 C13 (manageable)

 

Display

Graphical display in two colors

 

 

Resolution: 128 x 64 pixels

 

 

Languages: EN/DE/ES/FR/RU

 

 

incl. 3 LEDs for operating display

 

Enclosure color

RAL 9006

 

Weight (net/ gross)

 

 

 

EN

PROTECT D.1000

16 kg / 22 kg

 

PROTECT D.1500

19.5 kg / 25 kg

 

PROTECT D.2000

29 kg / 35.5 kg

 

PROTECT D.3000

29.5 kg / 36 kg

 

 

PROTECT D.1000 BP

23 kg / 28 kg

 

PROTECT D.1500 BP

28 kg / 34 kg

 

PROTECT D.2030 BP

41 kg / 47 kg

 

Dimensions (net)

 

 

D.1000(BP) / D.1500(BP)

W 438 mm x D 430 mm x H 86.5 mm

 

D.2000(BP) / D.3000(BP)

W 438 mm x D 600 mm x H 86.5 mm

 

In combination with the mounting brackets, a standard rack measures 19" = 482.6mm for installation. Height of the slot: 2U.

Dimensions (gross (packaged))

D.1000(BP) / D.1500(BP) W 556 mm x D 606 mm x H 227 mm D.2000(BP) / D.3000(BP) W 605 mm x D 855 mm x H 293 mm

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Approvals

The PROTECT D. complies with the EN 62040 product standard.

The CE seal on the device confirms that the device complies with the following directives: EG Low Voltage Directive 2006 / 95 / EG as well as the EMC Directive 2004 / 108 / EG for electromagnetic compatibility, if the installation instructions provided in this manual are followed.

For 2006 / 95 / EG Low Voltage Directive Reference number EN 62040-1-1:2003

For 2004 / 108 / EG EMC Directive Reference number EN 62040-2:2006

EN 61000-3-2:2006 + A1: 2009 + A2: 2009 EN61000-3-3:2008

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3 Safety Regulations

3.1General Safety Instructions

Read these operating instructions before you use the UPS PROTECT D. and its external battery modules (special accessories) for the first time and pay attention to the safety precautions!

Use this device only when it is in technically perfect condition for its intended purpose and always observe the safety instructions and hazard warnings as described in this manual! Eliminate any problems immediately that could have a negative influence on the safety of the device.

The following pictograms will appear in this manual:

Note: Danger!

Indicates danger to the life and health of the operator.

 

Note: Attention!

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Indicates danger of injury and of damage to the

 

device and parts of the device.

 

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Note: Information!

 

Useful and important information on the operation of

 

the UPS and its external battery modules (special

 

accessories).

3.2Safety instructions for PROTECT D.

This chapter contains important safety instructions for the UPS PROTECT D. and its external battery modules (special accessories) that must be followed for the mounting, operation and maintenance of the uninterruptible power supply and the battery system (internal as well as external batteries, if applicable).

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The UPS is an electrical device that can be dangerous. The device should only ever be opened by specially trained technicians. Repairs are to be made by qualifiedcustomer-servicepersonnel only!

The output can also be electrically charged, even if the UPS is not connected to the mains power supply. The UPS has its own internal power supply (battery)!

To ensure operator protection, the device must be properly grounded!

The PROTECT D. must only be connected and operated with a VDE-approvedpower cord with a grounding conductor to 220 V / 230 V / 240 V AC voltage networks with a protective ground.

Caution – Risk of burns!

The battery has a highshort-circuitcurrent. Any incorrect connection or error made in disconnection can lead to the melting of plug connections, to

arcing and to serious burns!

The device is equipped with a warning signal that sounds when the PROTECT D. battery power is dead or when the UPS is not working in the normal mode (also see Chapter 9.1.1 “Alarm / error

messages”, pg. 59).

To ensure operating safety with the UPS and the battery modules (special accessory), please note the following safety instructions:

Do not attempt to open the UPS! (there are no parts in the UPS that require regular servicing. Please note that if the UPS has been opened, any warranty claims will no longer apply)

Do not expose the device to direct sunlight or a direct heat source!

The device is designed to be installed in heated rooms indoors. Do not install the device close to water or in very humid areas!

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• If the UPS is brought from a cold environment into the installation area, condensation can occur. Before the UPS is used for the first time, it must be absolutely dry. This requires a waiting time of at least two hours.

• Never connect the mains power input with the UPS output!

• Make sure that no liquids or foreign objects penetrate the enclosure!

• Do not cover the vents on the device! Make sure that children, for example, never insert anything into the vents!

• Never connect any household appliances, e.g. a hair dryer, to the UPS! Also be careful when operating the device with power loads. Any feedback to the inverter, e.g. due to shortterm generator operation of the load, must be avoided at all costs.

• The power outlet should be in the direct vicinity of the device with easy access to make it easier to activate the AC input or pull out the plug!

• While the device is in operation, do not pull the plug from the UPS or from the household outlet (grounded power outlet). This will cancel the ground for the UPS and all of the load

segments connected.

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Danger of electric shock!

Even when the mains power supply has been disconnected, parts inside the UPS are still connected to the battery and can give you an electric shock. Before attempting any maintenance or service work, always disconnect the battery circuit!

Battery replacement and servicing must be done or at least supervised by a qualified technician who is familiar with the batteries and the safety precautions

that have to be taken!

Do not allow unauthorized access to the batteries!

When replacing the batteries, please note: Use only identical, maintenance-free,valve regulated lead batteries with the same specification as the original batteries.

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Danger of explosion!

Do not throw batteries into an open fire.

Do not attempt to open or damage the batteries (the electrolytes released will harm skin and eyes and can be toxic!)

Batteries can cause electrical shock and high short circuit current.

Whenever you work with batteries, take the following precautions:

Remove all watches, rings and any other jewelry made of metal!

Use only tools with insulated handles!

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Do not use connecting blocks with central on/off

switches to prevent switch-oncurrent peaks.

 

Switch the UPS to “OFF” if you don’t want to use it for a longer period of time. If your company switches off the power every evening, then the PROTECT D. has to be switched off as well. Otherwise, the battery will run down. To prolong battery life, avoid running the battery down frequently!

For your own protection, never switch on the UPS when the plug has been pulled from the PROTECT D.!

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