AEG 2.33 2 User Manual

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Power Supply UPS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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contents

1. Introduction........................................................................................

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1.1. Using this manual..............................................................................................

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1.1.1. Symbols and conventions used....................................................................

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1.1.2. For more information and help...............................................................

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1.1.3. Safety and instructions.............................................................................

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2. Quality and standard guarantee........................................................

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2.1. Management declaration.................................................................................

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2.2. Standards..........................................................................................................

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2.3. Environmental protection.................................................................................

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3. Presentation.....................................................................................

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3.1. Views................................................................................................................

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3.1.1. Views of the equipment.........................................................................

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3.1.2 Corresponding legends for the equipment views.....................................

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3.2. Structure..........................................................................................................

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3.2.1. Structural schema...................................................................................

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3.3. Operating principle........................................................................................

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3.3.1. Normal operation ..............................................................................

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3.3.2. Operation with mains failure .............................................................

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3.3.3. Operation with inverter not active ...................................................

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3.3.4. Operation in manual bypass ............................................................

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3.4. Parallel operation............................................................................................

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4. Installation........................................................................................

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4.1. Important safety instructions..........................................................................

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4.1.1. Battery safety instructions......................................................................

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4.1.2. Cabinet access.......................................................................................

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4.2. Set up and installation....................................................................................

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4.2.1. Unpacking and content checking.........................................................

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4.2.2. Storage...................................................................................................

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4.2.3. Transportation to site.............................................................................

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4.2.4. Location..................................................................................................

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4.3. Connection......................................................................................................

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4.3.1. To the mains connection, terminals (X1 to X4).....................................

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4.3.2. Connection of the output, terminals (X6 to X9)...................................

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4.3.3. UPS connection to each battery pack in cabinet,

 

terminals (X11, X12, X23 and X47, X48, X49)......................................

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4.3.4. Connection main protective earthing terminal ( )

 

and protective earth bonding terminal ( )........................................

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4.3.5. Interface relay contacts, connector (X32).............................................

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4.3.6. COM-interfaceRS232 and RS485, connector (X31)............................

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4.3.7. EPO terminals (X50)...............................................................................

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4.3.8 Parallel BUS connection (X36)................................................................

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5. Operation.........................................................................................

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5.1. Start up............................................................................................................

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5.1.1. Control before start up..........................................................................

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5.1.2. Start up procedure.................................................................................

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5.2. Complete UPS shutdown...............................................................................

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5.3. Emergency power off (EPO) operation.........................................................

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5.4. Bypass manual switch (Maintenance)............................................................

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5.4.1. Principle of operation............................................................................

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5.4.2. Transfer to maintenance bypass............................................................

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5.4.3. Transfer to normal operation.................................................................

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6. Control panel and display description.............................................

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6.1. Control panel parts.........................................................................................

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6.1.1. Touch Screen..........................................................................................

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6.2. Basic functions of keyboard from synoptic...................................................

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6.2.1. Messages menus and classification in submenus...................................

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6.2.2. Menu structure.......................................................................................

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6.3. Screen description..........................................................................................

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6.3.1. Main level (screen menu 0.0).................................................................

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6.3.2. UPS status control (screen menu 1.0)...................................................

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6.3.3. ‘‘MEASURES” level (screen menu 2.0)....................................................

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6.3.4. ‘‘SETTINGS” level (screen menu 3.0).....................................................

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6.3.5. ‘‘ALARMS” level (screen menu 4.0).......................................................

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6.3.6. ‘‘DATA LOGGER” level (screen menu 5.0)...........................................

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7. Maintenance, warranty and service.................................................

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7.1. Basic maintenance guide...............................................................................

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7.1.1. Battery fuses...........................................................................................

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7.1.2. Batteries..................................................................................................

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7.1.3. Cooling Fan............................................................................................

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7.1.4. Capacitors...............................................................................................

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7.2. Warranty conditions........................................................................................

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8. Annexes............................................................................................

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8.1. General technical Specification......................................................................

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8.2 Safety Instructions............................................................................................

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1. Introduction

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 before starting up the equipment and keep it for any possible future consultation that may be required.

We remain completely at your disposal for any further information or any query you should wish to make.

Yours sincerely, AEG Power Solutions

The equipment here described can cause significant physical damage due to improper handling. This is why the installation, maintenance and/or fixing of the equipment described here must be done by our staff or specifically authorised personnel.

According to our policy of constant evolution, we reserve the right to modify the specifications in part or in whole without advance warning.

All reproduction or third party concession of this manual is prohibited without the previous written authorization of our firm.

1.1. Using this manual

The goal of this manual is to give explanations and procedures for the installation and operation of the equipment. This manual has to be read carefully before instaling and operating the equipment. Keep this manual for future consultation.

This equipment has to be installed by qualified staff. With the simple help of this manual, it can be operated by personnel without specific training.

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1.1.1. Symbols and conventions used

Warning

Carefully read the indicated paragraph and take the stated prevention measures.

Danger of electrical discharge

Pay special attention to it, both in the indication on the equipment and in the paragraph referred in this user manual.

Main protective earthing terminal

Connect the earth cable coming from the installation to this terminal.

Earth bonding terminal

Connect the earth cable coming from the installation to this terminal.

Notes of information

Additional topics that complement the basic procedures.

Preservation of the environment

The presence of this symbol in the product or in its associated documentation states that, when its useful life is expired, it will not be disposed with the domestic refuse. In order to avoid possible harm to the environment, separate this product from other refuse and recycle it appropriately. Users may contact their provider or with the relevant local authorities to be informed on how and where they can take the product to be recycled and/or disposed of correctly.

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1.1.2. For more information and help

For more information and/or help with the version of your specific unit, contact our Service and Technical Support (S.T.S.).

1.1.3. Safety and instructions

Together with the equipment and this “user and installation“ manual, information pertaining to “safety instructions” is provided. These can be found in chapter 8.2 of this manual. Before proceeding to installation or commissioning, check that both sets of information are available. Please refer to chapter 8.2 carefully. Compliance with “safety instructions” are available for you to understand and observe. Once read, keep the safety instructions available for future reference.

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2. Quality and standard guarantee

2.1. Management declaration

Our goal 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 to 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 regulations.

Publicizing the quality and environmental policy diffusion and meeting the quality and environment targets.

To carry out revisions by the management.

To provide the needed resources.

Quality and environmental officer

The management designated person in charge of the quality and environment department, who, independent of other responsibilities, has the responsibility and authority to assure that the processes of the quality and environmental management systems are established and maintained; to inform the management about the operation of the quality and environmental management system, including areas for improvement; and to promote the knowledge of the requirements and environmental requirements at all levels of the organization.

The following process map represents the interaction among all the processes of the quality and environmental system:

CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PROCEDURE / MANAGEMENT REVISION

QUALITY MANAGEMENT PROCESS ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT PROCESS

R & D PROCESS

TECHNICAL OFFICE PROCESS

CLIENT:

CLIENTS

 

- PRODUCT

COMMERCIAL PROCESS

PRODUCTION PROCESS

- SERVICE

 

INTERNAL LOGISTICS PROCESS

MAINTENANCE PROCESS

TRAINING PROCESS

Fig.1:  Process map of quality and environmental system.

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2.2. Standards

The UPS series product is designed, manufactured and certified in accordance with the standard ISO 9001 of quality management systems. Themarking shows the conformity to the EEC directive (quoted between brackets) by means of the application of the following standards:

2006/95/EC: Low voltage directive.

2004/108/EC: Electromagnetic Compatibility directive (EMC)

In accordance with the specifications of the harmonized standards:

EN-IEC62040-1:Uninterruptible power supply (UPS). Part1-1:General and safety requirements for UPSs used in accessible areas by end users.

EN-IEC60950-1:IT equipment. Safety. Part 1: General requirements.

EN-IEC62040-2:Uninterruptible power supply (UPS). Part 2: Prescriptions for Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC).

EN-IEC62040-3:Uninterruptible power supply (UPS). Part 3: Methods of operation specification and test requirements.

The manufacturer’s responsibility is excluded in the event of any modification or tampering with the product on the customer’s side.

2.3. Environmental protection

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 is committed to use the services of authorised institutions and according to the regulations to safely dispose of the recovered product at the end of its useful life (contact your distributor).

Packing: To recycle the packaging, follow the legal regulations in force.

Batteries: The batteries pose a serious danger for health and the environment. The disposal of them must be carried out in accordance with the standards

in force.

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3.Presentation

3.1.Views

3.1.1. Views of the equipment

(fig. 4)

(RV)(fig. 4)

(RV)

(RV)

(CL)

(CL)

(PF)(PF)

(PB)

(PB)

(RD) (RD)

 

Fig.2:  Cabinet front view for UPS up to   20 kVA with front door closed

Fig.3:  Cabinet front view for UPS from   30 to 80 kVA with front door closed