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FPS SERIES 1000W In 1U

Front End Power Supplies

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

This Manual Cover Models:

FPS1000-12 FPS1000-24

FPS1000-32 FPS1000-48

FPS-S1U 19” Rack Single Output

FPS-T1U 19” Rack Triple Output

DWG NO: IA599-04-02-A

FPS1000 SERIES

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

DWG NO: IA599-04-02 A

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

Warranty .................................................................................................................................

Pg. 1

FPS1000, FPS-S1U and FPS-T1U rack Safety instructions .................................................

Pg. 2

FPS1000 Power Supply

 

Chapter 1: FPS1000 Series Specifications ............................................................................

Pg. 4

Chapter 2: FPS1000 Series Outline drawings ........................................................................

Pg. 5

Chapter 3: FPS1000 Series Installation instructions ..............................................................

Pg. 7

Chapter 4: Functions and features .......................................................................................

Pg. 11

Chapter 5: Basic connections for operation .........................................................................

Pg. 14

Chapter 6: Parallel and Series operation .............................................................................

Pg. 16

Chapter 7: I2C BUS Interface option ....................................................................................

Pg. 19

Chapter 8: FPS1000 Maintenance ......................................................................................

Pg. 23

FPS-S1U rack

 

Chapter 9: FPS-S1U rack Specifications .............................................................................

Pg. 25

Chapter 10: FPS-S1U rack Installation instructions .............................................................

Pg. 26

Chapter 11: FPS-S1U and FPS-S1U/P Outline drawings ....................................................

Pg. 30

Chapter 12: Basic connections for operation .......................................................................

Pg. 32

Chapter 13: Parallel and Series operation ...........................................................................

Pg. 34

Chapter 14: FPS-S1U I2C BUS Interface option ..................................................................

Pg. 37

Chapter 15: FPS-S1U rack Maintenance .............................................................................

Pg. 38

FPS-T1U rack

 

Chapter 16: FPS-T1U rack Specifications ............................................................................

Pg. 40

Chapter 17: FPS-T1U rack Installation instructions .............................................................

Pg. 41

Chapter 18: FPS-T1U and FPS-T1U/P Outline drawings ....................................................

Pg. 45

Chapter 19: Basic connections for operation .......................................................................

Pg. 47

Chapter 20: Parallel and Series operation ...........................................................................

Pg. 49

Chapter 21: FPS-T1U I2C BUS Interface option ..................................................................

Pg. 51

Chapter 22: FPS-T1U rack Maintenance .............................................................................

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WARRANTY

This Densei-Lambda product is warranted against defects in materials and workmanship for a period of two years from date of shipment.

During the warranty period , Densei-Lambda will, at it's option, either repair or replace products which prove to be defective.

LIMITATION OF WARRANTY

The warranty shall not apply to defects resulting from improper or inadequate usage or maintenance by the buyer, buyer supplied products or interfacing. The warranty shall not apply to defects resulting from unauthorized modifications or from operation exceeding the environmental specifications of the product or if the Warranty seal has been removed or altered by anyone other than Densei-Lambda authorized personnel.

Densei-Lambda does not warrant the buyers circuitry or malfunctions of DenseiLambda products resulting from the buyer's circuitry. Furthermore, Densei-Lambda does not warrant any damage occurring as a result of the buyer's circuitry or the buyer's-supplied products.

No other warranty is expressed or implied.

WARRANTY SERVICE

This product must be returned to an authorized Densei-Lambda service facility for repairs or other warranty service. For products returned to Densei-Lambda for warranty service, the buyer shall prepay shipping charges to Densei-Lambda and Densei-Lambda shall pay the shipping charges to return the product to the buyer.

DISCLAIMER

The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice.

Densei-Lambda shall not be liable for errors contained in this document or for incidental or consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of this material. No part of this document may be photo-copied, reproduced or translated to another language without prior written consent of DenseiLambda.

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FPS1000 POWER SUPPLY AND FPS-S1U RACK SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

Operating personnel must not remove the FPS1000, FPS-S1U and the FPS-T1U cover.

No internal adjustment or component replacement is allowed by non Densei-Lambda qualified service personnel. Never replace components with power cable connected. To avoid injuries,always disconnect power, discharge circuits and remove external voltage sources before touching components. These products are not authorized for use as critical components in nuclear control systems, life support systems or equipment for use in hazardous environments without the express written approval of the managing director of Densei-Lambda.

Restricted Access Area: The equipment should only be installed in a Restricted Access Area. Access should be available to service personnel only.

WICHTIGE SICHERHEITSHINWEISE

Bedienungspersonal oder Anwender duerfen die Gehaeuseabdeckung des FPS1000, FPS-S1U und desFPS-T1U nicht entfernen. Ersatzteiltausch - und Aenderungen duerfen nur von autorisiertem Densei-Lambda SERVICE-Personen bzw. Organisationen durchgefuehrt werden. Vor Austausch von Bauteilen ist das Netzkabel bzw. die Versorgungsspannung zu trennen.

Energieversorgungsanschluesse sind immer zu trennen, um Personenverletzungen durch gefaehrliche Energieinhalte und Spannungen auszuschliessen.

Die Stromkreise sind zu entladen, externe Spannungsquellen sind zu entfernen bevor Bauteile bzw. Komponenten getauscht werden.

Der direkte Zugriff auf das Racksystem ist nur dem geschulten Service-Personal erlaubt.

SAFETY APPROVALS

UL60950-1, UL Recognized, C-UL for canada. IEC/EN60950-1. CE marking, when applied to the FPS1000, FPS-S1U and the FPS-T1U products, indicates compliance with the Low Voltage Directive (73/23EEC) as modified by the CE Marking Directive (93/68EEC) in that it complies with EN60950-1.

SAFETY-CLASS OF INSULATION

The FPS1000, FPS-S1U and the FPS-T1U are designed for the following safety parameters: Material group IIIa, Pollution degree 2, Overvoltage category II, Class I (earthed), indoor use as part of an overall equipment such that the FPS product is accessible to service personnel only.

GROUNDING

These products are Safety Class I instruments. To minimize shock hazard, the instruments chassis must be connected to an electrical ground. The instruments must be connected to the AC power supply mains through a three conductor power cable, with the ground wire firmly connected to an electrical ground (safety ground) at the power outlet.

For instruments designed to be hard-wired to the supply mains, the protective earth terminal must be connected to the safety electrical ground before any other connection is made.

Any interruption of the protective ground conductor, or disconnection of the protective earth terminal will cause a potential shock hazard that might cause personal injury.

INPUT RATINGS

Do not use AC supply which exceeds the input voltage and frequency rating of these instruments. The input voltage and frequency rating is: 100-240V~ , 50/60Hz. For safety reasons, the mains supply voltage flactuations should not exceed +/- 10% of nominal voltage.

FPS-S1U RACK AC INPUT

CAUTION:

Risk of electrical shock and energy hazard. Disconnecting one power supply disconnects only one power supply module. To isolate the unit completely, disconnect all power supplies.

ACHTUNG:

Spannungsfuehrende Teile - Gefahr durch elektrischen Schlag order hohe Energieinhalte.

Alle Netzstecker der einzelnen Komponenten bzw. der Einschuebe muessen getrennt werden, damit das System “spannungsfrei” ist.

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ATTENTION:

Risque de choc et de danger e'lectriques. Le de'branchement d'une seule alimenttation stabilise'e ne de'branche uniquement qu'un module "Alimentation Stabilise'e".

Pour isoler completement le module en cause, il faut de'brancher toutes les alimentations stabilise'es.

SAFETY SYMBOLS

CAUTION Risk of Electrical Shock.

Instruction manual symbol. The instrument will be marked with this symbol when it is necessary for the user to refer to the instruction manual.

Indicates hazardous voltage.

Indicates ground terminal.

Protective Ground Conductor Terminal

Denotes hazard. An attention to a procedure is called. Not following the procedure correctly could result in personal injury. A WARNING sign should not be skipped and all indicated conditions must be fully understood and met.

Denotes hazard. An attention to a procedure is called. Not following the procedure correctly could result in damage to the equipment.

ENERGY HAZARD

The FPS1000, FPS-S1U and the FPS-T1U products are capable of providing hazardous energy.

Manufacturers final equipment must provide protection to service personnel against inadvertent contact with these models output terminals. If set such that hazardous energy can occur then the output terminals or connections therefore must not be user accessible.

OVERCURRENT PROTECTION:

A readily accessible Listed branch circuit overcurrent protective device rated 20 A must be incorporated in the building wiring.

SERIAL OPERATION

The FPS-T1U product is capable of providing hazardous voltage output in case of the serial connection of two or more FPS1000 units in the rack. Manufacturers final equipment must provide protection to service personnel against inadvertent contact with these models output terminals. If set such that hazardous voltage can occur then the output terminals or connections therefore

FUSES

There are no user replaceable fuses in the FPS1000, FPS-S1U and the FPS-T1U products. Internal fuses are sized for fault protection and if a fuse was opened it would indicate that service is required. Fuse replacement should be made by qualified technical personnel.

FPS-S1U and FPS-T1U racks contains no fuses. FPS1000 fuses rating are described below. F101: F20A H 250Vac

F102: 6.3A 400Vdc

SICHERHEITSHINWEISE

Vor Anschluss an die Netzversorgung ist die Aufstellanleitung zu beachten!

1.Absicherung: F101: F20A H 250VAC, F102: 6.3A 400VDC

2.Der maximale Ableitstrom der Gesamtanlage darf 3.5mA nicht ueberschreiten.

3.Die Gehaeuseabdeckung darf nur im stromlosen Zustand geoeffnet werden.

ACHTUNG:

Sicherungen duerfen nur durch geschulte Service Personen getauscht werden.

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CHAPTER 1 FPS1000 SERIES SPECIFICATIONS

 

FPS1000 SERIES SPECIFICATIONS

 

FPS1000-12

 

 

FPS1000-24

 

 

FPS1000-32

 

FPS1000-48

1

Rated output voltage

 

V

12

 

24

 

32

 

 

48

2

Output voltage set point

 

V

12+/-1%

 

24+/-1%

 

32+/-1%

 

 

48+/-1%

3

Output voltage range

 

V

10.5~13.2

 

21.5~29

 

28.8~38.4

 

 

43~58

4

Maximum Output Current (Refer to Fig.1)

 

A

72

 

40

 

31

 

 

21

5

Maximum output power

 

W

864

 

960

 

992

 

 

1008

6

Input voltage / frequency range

(*1)

---

 

 

 

85~265Vac continuous, 47~63Hz, Single phase

 

7

Maximum input current (at 100/200Vac)

 

A

 

 

 

 

12.0/6.0

 

 

 

8

Power Factor (Typ)

 

---

 

>0.98 at 115/230V and maximum output power

 

9

Efficiency (Typ)

(*2)

%

81/83%

 

 

84/86%

 

 

84/86%

 

 

85/88%

10

Inrush current

(*3)

A

 

 

 

Less than 40A

 

11

Hold-up time

 

mS

20mS typical at 100Vac input, rated output voltage and less than 80% of rated load.

12

Maximum line regulation

(*5)

---

 

 

 

 

0.40%

 

 

 

13

Max load regulation

(*6)

---

 

 

 

 

0.80%

 

 

 

14

Output Ripple and noise pk-pk

(*4)

mV

150

 

 

200

 

 

250

 

 

300

 

 

 

 

15

Temperature stability

 

---

0.05% of rated Vout for 8hrs after 30min warm-up. Constant line, load and temperature.

16

Temperature coefficient

 

PPM/°C

 

 

 

 

200

 

 

 

17

Remote sensing

(*7)

V

 

 

 

Possible. Refer to Instruction Manual.

 

18

Parallel operation

(*9)

---

 

 

 

Possible. Refer to Instruction Manual.

 

19

Series operation

 

---

 

 

 

Possible. Refer to Instruction Manual.

 

20

Over current protection

 

---

 

105~125% of maximum output current. Refer to Fig. 1

21

Over voltage protection

(*8)

V

14.3~15.7

31~34

 

 

41.5~45.5

 

 

62~66

22

Over temperature protection

 

---

 

 

 

Inverter shut down method, automatic reset.

 

23

Remote On/Off control

 

---

By electrical signal or dry contact. ON: 0~0.6V or short. OFF: 2~15V or open.

24

DC OK signal

 

---

Open collector signal. On when Vout>80+/-5% rated output. Max.sink current: 10mA

25

Over-Temp. warning

 

---

 

Open collector signal. Refer to Instruction Manual

 

26

AC fail signal

 

---

 

Open collector signal. Refer to Instruction Manual

 

27

Auxiliary power supply

 

---

 

 

 

11.2~12.5VDC. 0.25A Maximum output current.

 

28

Vout voltage trimming

 

---

Possible, via Vout Trim pin in the I/O connector. Refer to Instruction Manual.

29

Front panel indicators

 

---

 

 

 

AC OK, DC OK, DC FAIL

 

30

I2C Interface

 

---

 

 

 

Optional. Refer to Instruction Manual.

 

31

Operating temperature-models without IEC inlet

---

0~50°C: 100% load. Derate 2%/°C, 50°C to 60°C, Derate 2.5%/°C, 60°C to 70°C.

 

models with IEC inlet

---

 

0~50°C: 100% load. Derate 2%/°C, 50°C to 60°C.

 

32

Storage temperature

 

---

 

 

 

 

-30~85°C

 

33

Operating humidity

 

---

 

 

 

10~90% RH, no condensation.

 

34

Storage humidity

 

---

 

 

 

10~95% RH, no condensation.

 

35

Cooling

 

---

 

 

 

By internal Fans. Variable speed control.

 

36

Vibration

 

---

 

 

 

Built to meet ETS 300 019

 

37

Shock

 

---

 

 

 

Built to meet ETS 300 019

 

38

Conducted emission

(*10)

---

 

 

 

EN55022B, FCC part 15J-B, VCCI-B

 

39

Radiated emission

 

---

 

 

 

EN55022B, FCC part 15J-B, VCCI-B

 

40

Applicable safety standards

 

---

 

 

 

UL60950-1, EN60950-1

 

41

Withstand voltage

 

---

Input-Output: 3000Vrms, 1min. Input-Ground: 2000Vrms, 1min. Output-Ground: 500Vrms,1min.

42

Insulation resistance

 

---

More than 100Mohm at 25° C and 70% RH. Output-Ground: 500Vdc

43

Leakage current

 

mA

 

 

 

Less Than 1.1mA at 230Vac

 

44

Weight (Typ)

 

Kg

 

 

 

 

2.0

 

 

 

45

Size (W*H*D)

 

---

 

 

 

127x41x290mm. Refer to Outline Drawing.

 

Notes:

*1: For cases where conformance to various safety standards (UL, EN etc.) is required, to be described as 100-240Vac (50/60Hz).

*2: At 100/200Vac, rated load and 25˚C ambient temperature.

*3: Not applicable for the noise filter inrush current less than 0.2mS. *4: Measured with JEITA RC-9131A 1:1 probe, 20MHz B.W.

*5: From 85~132Vac or 170~265Vac, constant load.

*6: From No-load to Rated load, constant input voltage. Measured at the sensing point in Remote sense. *7: Remote sensing can compensate up to 1V drop on each load wire.

*8: Inverter shut down method. Reset by AC voltage recycle or by On/Off control. *9: Derate Maximum output power by 10% for input voltage less than 100V RMS. *10 For FPS 1000-12/P(S), when used not with FPS-S1U or FPS-T1U

racks, an EMI suppressor clamp should be attached to the AC cable, as close as possible to the AC inlet, to meet class B.

Vout (V)

V2

Model

FPS1000

FPS1000

FPS1000

FPS1000

V/I

-12

-24

-32

-48

V1 (V)

12

24

32

48

V2 (V)

13.2

29

38.4

58

I1 (A)

66

33

26

17.25

I2 (A)

72

40

31

21

V1

I1

I2

Iout (A)

 

Fig. 1: Rated output current vs output voltage

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CHAPTER 2 OUTLINE DRAWINGS

1.2 FPS 1000 SERIES OUTLINE DRAWINGS

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2.2 FPS 1000/P SERIES OUTLINE DRAWINGS

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CHAPTER 3 FPS1000 POWER SUPPLY INSTALLATION

3.1 GENERAL

This chapter contains instructions for initial inspection, preparation for use and repackaging forshipment.

NOTE

FPS1000 power supplies series generate magnetic field which might affect the operation of other instruments. If your equipment is susceptible to magnetic fields, do not position it adjacent to the FPS1000 unit.

3.2 PREPARATION FOR USE

In order to be operational the power supply must be connected to an appropriate AC source.

The AC source voltage should be within the power supply specification. Do not apply power before reading sections 3.6 and 3.7.

Table 3-1 below describes the basic setup procedure. Follow the instructions in Table 3-1 in the sequence given to prepare the power supply for use.

Step no

Item

Description

Reference

1

Inspection

Initial physical inspection of the power supply

Section 3.3

2

Installation

Installing the power supply.

Section 3.4

 

 

Ensuring adequate ventilation.

Section 3.5

3

AC source

AC source requirements

Section 3.6

4

Load connection

Wire size selection. Local / Remote

Section 3.7

 

 

sensing. Single or multiple loads.

 

Table 3-1: Basic setup procedure

 

 

3.3 INITIAL INSPECTION

Prior to shipment this power supply was inspected and found free of mechanical or electrical defects. Upon unpacking of the power supply, inspect for any damage which may have occurred in transit. The inspection should confirm that there is no exterior damage to the power supply.

Keep all packing material until the inspection has been completed. If damage is detected , file a claim with carrier immediately and notify the Lambda sales or service facility nearest you.

3.4 FPS1000 MOUNTING

The FPS1000 power supplies series is designed to fit in the FPS-S1U and FPS-T1U, 19" rack, or in an equivalent rack designed for the FPS1000 power supply.

The FPS1000 is secured to the rack using the spring lock device, located at the FPS1000 front panel. Refer to the FPS1000 and the FPS-S1U and FPS-T1U outline drawings in Chapter 2, Chapter 11 and Chapter 18.

When installation using mounting screws is required, the FPS1000 can be secured to the equipment using the M3 mounting holes at its bottom surface. Refer to the FPS1000 outline drawings.

3.5 LOCATION MOUNTING AND COOLING

This power supply is fan cooled. The air intake is at the front panel and the exhaust is at the rear panel. Upon installation allow cooling air to reach the front panel ventilation inlets and allow minimum 50mm of unrestricted air space at the rear of the unit for the air exhaust.

3.6 AC SOURCE REQUIREMENTS

The FPS1000 series can be operated from a nominal 100V to 240V, single phase, 47~63Hz. Refer to the specifications in chapter 1 for the input voltage range and the current required.

Ensure that under heavy load, the AC voltage supplied to the power supply does not fall below the "low limit" specifications.

CAUTION

 

WARNING

Connection of this power supply to an AC power source should be made by an electrician or other qualified personnel.

There is a potential shock hazard if the power supply chassis and cover are not connected to an electrical safety ground via the safetyground in the AC input connector.

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3.7 CONNECTING THE LOAD

WARNING

Turn off the AC input power before making or changing any rear panel connection. Ensure that all connections are securely tightened before applying power. There is a potential shock hazard when using a power supply with a rated output greater than 40V.

3.7.1 Load Wiring.

The following considerations should be made to select wiring for connecting the load to the power supply: * Current carrying capacity of the wire (refer to 3.7.2).

*Insulation rating of the wire should be at least equivalent to the maximum output voltage of the power supply.

*Maximum wire length and voltage drop (refer to 3.7.2).

*Noise and impedance effects of the load wiring (refer to 3.7.3).

3.7.2 Current Carrying Capacity

Two factors should must be considered while selecting the wire size. 1.Wires should be at least heavy enough not to overheating while carrying the power supply load current at the rated load, or the current that would flow in the event the load wires were shorted, whichever is greater.

2.Wire size should be selected to enable voltage drop per lead to be less than 1.0V at the rated current. Please refer to Tables 3-2 and 3-3 for maximum wire length to limit the voltage drop in American and European dimensions respectively.

wire size

Resistivity

Maximum length in Feet to limit voltage

 

 

AWG

Ohm/kft

drop to 1V or less.

 

 

 

 

 

 

5A

10A

20A

 

50A

150A

14

2.526

80

40

20

 

8

2

12

1.589

120

60

30

 

12

3.4

10

0.9994

200

100

50

 

20

6

8

0.6285

320

160

80

 

32

10

6

0.3953

500

250

125

 

50

16

4

0.2486

800

400

200

 

80

26

2

0.1564

1200

600

300

 

125

40

0

0.0983

2000

1000

500

 

200

68

Table 3-2:Maximum wire length for 1V drop on lead (in feet).

Cross sect.

Resistivity

Maximum length in meters to limit voltage

 

 

Area

Ohm/km

drop to 1V or less.

 

 

 

 

(mm^2)

 

5A

10A

20A

 

50A

150A

2.5

8.21

24.0

12.0

6.0

 

2.4

0.8

4

5.09

39.2

18.6

9.8

 

4.0

1.4

6

3.39

59.0

29.4

14.8

 

5.8

2.0

10

1.95

102.6

51.2

25.6

 

10.2

3.4

16

1.24

160.0

80.0

40.0

 

16.0

5.4

25

0.795

250.0

125.0

62.0

 

25.2

8.4

35

0.565

354.0

177.0

88.0

 

35.4

11.8

Table 3-3:Maximum wire length for 1V drop on lead (in meters).

For currents not shown in Tables 3-2 and 3-3 , use the formula : Maximum length=1000/(current*resistivity)

Where current is expressed in ampers and resistivity in ohms/km or ohms/1000ft.

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3.7.3 Noise and Impedance Effects

To minimize the noise pickup or radiation, the load wires and remote sense wires should be twisted-pairs of the shortest possible length. Shielding of the sense leads may be necessary in high noise environments. Even if noise is not a concern, the load and remote sense wires should be twisted-pairs to reduce coupling between them, which might impact the stability of power supply. The sense leads should be separated from the power leads.

Twisting the load wires reduces the parasitic inductance of the cable which could produce high frequency voltage spikes at the load and the output of power supply because of current variation in the load itself. The impedance introduced between the power supply output and the load could make the ripple and noise at the load worse than the noise at the power supply rear panel output. Additional filtering with bypass capacitors at the load terminals may be required to bypass the high frequency load current.

3.7.4 Inductive loads

To prevent damage to the power supply from inductive kickback, a diode should be connected across the output. The diode voltage and current rating should be greater than the power supply maximum output voltage and current rating. Connect the cathode to the positive output and the anode to the negative output. Where positive load transients such as back EMF from a motor may occur, connect a surge suppressor across the output to protect the power supply. The breakdown voltage rating of the suppressor must be approximately 10% higher than the maximum output voltage of the power supply.

3.7.5 Making the load connections

!WARNING

Hazardous voltages may exist at the outputs and the load connections when using a power supply with a rated output greater than 40V. To protect personnel against accidental contact with hazardous voltages, ensure that the load and it's connections has no accessible live parts.

Ensure that the load wiring insulation rating is greater than or equal to the maximum output voltage of the power supply.

 

3.7.6 Front panel controls and indicator

 

1

2

 

 

3

4

5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fig. 3-1: FPS1000 front panel

1

2

3

4

6

5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1:Handle

2:DC OK green LED, on when the output voltage is above 80% +/- 5% of its rated value.

3:DC Fail red LED, on when the output voltage is lower than 80% +/- 5% of its rated value.

4:AC OK green LED, on when the input voltage is higher than 85Vrms

5:Lock/Unlock lever. Automatically locks the power supply to the FPS-S1U rack chassis when the FPS1000 power supply is inserted. Push the Lock/Unlock lever toward the power supply cooling fan to withdraw

the FPS1000 from the rack.

6:IEC320 AC inlet

Fig. 3-2: FPS1000/P front panel

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3.7.7 Input/Output connector information

The FPS1000 series uses male connector PCIB24W9M400A1, Positronic connector. To mate FPS1000 series to the load circuitry, use female connector PCIB24W9F400A1-S1031, Positronic connector. Refer to Table 3-4 and to the Outline drawing in chapter 2 for the connector pinout description.

Pin No

Function

Description

1,2,4

+V

Positive output voltage. Maximum current capacity: 24A/contact.

3,5,6

-V

Negative output voltage. Maximum current capacity: 24A/contact.

7

On/Off control

Turns the output to On and Off by electrical signal or dry contact between pin 7

 

 

and pin 10 (Signal Return). 0~0.6V or Short: On, 2~15V or Open: Off.

 

 

The maximum source current is 2.6mA.

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+Sense

Positive sensing. The +Sense signal should be connected to the positive terminal

 

 

of the load. The +Sense and -Sense leads should be twisted pair to minimize noise

 

 

pick-up effect. The maximum load wires drop compensation is 1V/wire.

 

 

 

9

DC_OK

Open collector signal, referenced to pin 10 (Signal Return). On when Vout80%+/-

 

 

5% of its rated value. The maximum sink current is 10mA and the maximum

 

 

external voltage is 15V.

10

Signal_Return

Return for the following control and supervisory signals: On/Off, DC_OK,

 

 

Over_temperature Alarm, AC_Fail, Auxiliary 12V supply. The Signal return is isolated

 

 

from the output terminals.

11

AC_Fail

Open collector signal, referenced to pin 10 (Signal Return). On when the input

 

 

voltage is 85Vrms. The maximum sink current is 10mA and the maximum external

 

 

voltage is15Vdc.

12

Over

Open collector signal, referenced to pin 10 (Signal Return). On when the internal

 

Temperature

temperature is within safe limit, Off approx. 10°C below Thermal shut down. The

 

Alarm

maximum sink current is 10mA and the maximum external voltage is 15V.

 

 

 

13

-Sense

Negative sensing. The -S signal should be connected to the negative terminal of

 

 

 

 

the load. The -S and +S leads should be twisted pair to minimize noise pick-up

 

 

effect. The maximum load wires drop compensation is 1V/wire.

 

 

 

14

V_Trim

Connection for output voltage trimming. The voltage can be trimmed within its

 

 

 

 

range specifications.

 

 

 

15

CS

Current sharing signal. When units are connected in parallel, the CS pins of the

 

 

units should be connected to allow current balance between units.

16

+12V Auxiliary

Auxiliary voltage output, 11.2~12.5V, referenced to pin 10 (Signal Return). The

 

 

maximum load current is 0.25A. This output has built in Oring diode and is not

 

 

controlled by the On/Off control.

 

 

 

17

SDA

Serial Data used in the I2C interface option. Refer to the I2C interface description.

18

SCL

Serial Clock used in the I2C interface option. Refer to the I2C interface description.

19,20,21

A0, A1, A2

I2C interface address lines. Refer to the I2C interface description in Chapter 7.

22

ACG

AC Ground connection, refer to the safety instructions for safety standards requirements.

 

 

For "/P" models the AC Ground is connected via the front panel IEC inlet.

23

AC Line

AC Line connection, refer to the safety instructions for safety standards requirements.

 

 

For "/P" models the AC Line is connected via the front panel IEC inlet.

24

AC Neutral

AC Neutral connection, refer to the safety instructions for safety standards requirements.

 

 

For "/P" models the AC Neutral is connected via the front panel IEC inlet.

Table 3-4: Rear In/Out connector pins function description

3.7.8 REPACKAGING FOR SHIPMENT

The original packaging material is reusable. If the original package is not available, contact the Lambda Sales or service facility near you for details on obtaining suitable packaging and shipping information. To ensure safe transportation of the instrument, it is recommended to use the original package.

Please attach a tag to the power supply describing the problem and specifying the owner, model number and serial number of the power supply.

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CHAPTER 4 FUNCTIONS AND FEATURES

4.1 Input Voltage Range

Input voltage is single phase 85~265Vac (47~63Hz). The power supply can be operated also with a DC input voltage, 120~330VDC but the safety approvals apply to the AC voltage only. Input voltage which is out of the specifications might cause damage to the unit.

4.2 Output voltage trimming

The output voltage can be adjusted within the specifications via the V_Trim pin at the In/Out connector. Refer to Fig 4-1 typical connection and calculation of the adjustment resistors:

Note that the Over Voltage Protection may trigger if the output voltage exceeds the maximum voltage specification.

 

+V

 

 

FPS1000-12:

 

+S

 

 

 

 

R2=0.0324*V2out -1.1298*Vout+9.9342

 

 

 

 

8

 

 

 

 

 

 

R1 KΩ

R1(KΩ)=5(KΩ)-R2(KΩ)

FPS1000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

14

V_trim

 

 

FPS1000-24:

 

 

 

 

 

 

R2=0.0785*V2out -5.819*Vout+105.132

13

-S

 

R2 KΩ

R1(KΩ)=20(KΩ)-R2(KΩ)

 

FPS1000-32:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

R2=0.0463*V2out -4.5805*Vout+109.49

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fig 4-1

-V

 

 

R1(KΩ)=20(KΩ)-R2(KΩΩ)

FPS1000-48: R2=0.0497*V2out-7.2795*Vout+259.04

R1(KΩ)=50(KΩ)-R2(KΩ)

4.3 Over Voltage Protection (OVP)

The OVP triggers when the output voltage exceeds the maximum rating and reaches the OVP limit. When the OVP is triggered, the output voltage shuts down. In order to resume operation, the AC input voltage should be removed for more than 30 sec. The OVP level is factory set and is not adjustable.

4.4 Over Current Protection (OCP)

A constant current limiting with automatic recovery is provided. The OCP operates when the output current exceeds 105%~125% of the rated output current. The output voltage recovers automatically when the overload condition is removed. Avoid operating the power supply under overload condition for long time as it might cause damage to the power supply.

4.5 Over Temperature Protection (OTP)

The OTP is activated when the ambient temperature or the power supply internal temperature exceeds a safe temperature. When the OTP is activated, the power supply output shuts down. The output recovers automatically when the ambient temperature or the internal temperature cools to a safe limit.

4.6 Auxiliary 12V output

An isolated 11.2V~12.5V output is provided (Referenced to the Signals_Return potential). The maximum output current from this output is 0.25A. This output has a built-in Oring diode to allow paralleling FPS1000 units. Use this output for the control and monitoring signals described in this chapter or to operate application circuits.

4.7 Over Temperature Alarm

An open collector output provides an Over Temperature Alarm approx. 10°C below shut down by the OTP. The open collector output is referenced to the Signals_Return potential and is isolated from the power supply +V and -V terminals

The maximum sink current is 10mA and the maximum external voltage is 15V. Refer to Fig 4-2 for typical application.

16 12V aux

FPS1000

10KΩ

12

Over temperature alarm

10

Signals return

Fig 4-2

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4.8 DC_OK signal

An open collector output provides a low output voltage detection signal. The open collector output is on when the output voltage is higher than 80%+/-5% of the rated output voltage of the power supply.

The open collector output is referenced to the Signals_Return potential and is isolated from the power supply +V and -V terminals

The maximum sink current is 10mA and the maximum external voltage is 15V. Refer to Fig 4-3 for typical application.

FPS1000

Fig 4-3

16

12V aux

 

10KΩ

9

 

 

DC_OK

10

 

 

Signals return

4.9 AC_Fail signal

An open collector output provides a low AC input voltage detection signal. The open collector output is on when the input voltage is 85Vac or higher.

The open collector output is referenced to the Signals_Return potential and is isolated from the power supply +V and -V terminals

The maximum sink current is 10mA and the maximum external voltage is 15V. Refer to Fig 4-4 for typical application.

16 12V aux

FPS1000

10KΩ

11

AC_Fail signal

10

Signals return

Fig 4-4

4.10 Remote On/Off control

A Remote On/Off control input is provided. The Remote On/Off input is isolated from the power supply +V and -V terminals and is referenced to the Signals_Return potential. The Remote On/Off can be operated either by electrical signal or by dry contact.

(1) Operation by electrical signal: 0~0.6V: Output is On. 2~15V: Output is Off.

The maximum sink current is 2.6mA and the maximum external voltage is 15V.

(2) Operation by dry contact (relay or switch):

Short between On/Off input and Signals Return: Output is On. Open circuit between On/Off input and Signals Return: Output is Off.

When the Remote On/Off function is not used, connect a short circuit between the On/Off control and the Signals_Return. Refer to Fig 4-5 for the remote On/Off circuit description:

 

16

12V aux

FPS1000

4.7KΩ

I source 2.6mA max, 15Vdc max.

 

7

 

 

 

 

On/Off control

 

10

 

 

 

Signals return

Fig 4-5

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4.11 Remote Sensing

The Remote sensing compensates voltage drop on the load wiring. The maximum voltage drop on each wire is 1V, however, it is recommended to minimize the voltage drop on the load wires to improve the response to load current changes.

In case that the sensing wires are long, use separate twisted pair wires for the sensing and for the load wires to minimize noise pick-up.

It is recommended to connect electrolytic capacitors in the following locations:

1)Across the load terminals

2)Between the "+S" terminal and the "+V" terminal of the power supply.

3)Between the "-S" terminal and the "-V" terminal of the power supply. Refer to Fig 4-6 for typical connection of remote sensing.

+S

8

 

 

 

FPS1000

+

 

+V

+

1,2,4

LOAD

 

3,5,6

-V

-

-S

+

 

13

 

Fig 4-6

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CHAPTER 5 BASIC CONNECTIONS FOR OPERATION

5.1 Connecting single load, Local sensing

Local sensing is suitable for applications where load regulation is not critical. Fig 5-1 shows recommended load and sensing connections for applications with a single load.

 

 

+V

1,2,4

+

 

 

 

FPS1000

 

+S

8

 

 

 

 

LOAD

 

 

 

 

 

 

-S

13

 

SIGNAL

ON/

 

 

-V

 

-

RTN

OFF

3,5,6

10

7

 

 

 

 

 

Fig 5-1: single load connection, local sensing

*In Local sense applications, the +/- sense have to be connected to the +/-V terminals of the FPS1000 units prior the operating the FPS1000 units

5.2 Connecting Single Load, Remote Sensing

Remote sensing is used in cases where the load regulation is important at the load terminals. Use twisted or shielded wires to minimize noise pick-up. If shielded wires are used, the shield should be connected to the ground at one point, either the power supply side or the load. The optimal point for the shield ground should be determined by experimentation. Refer to the power supply specifications for the maximum voltage drop allowed at the load wires.

 

 

 

Load line.

 

 

1,2,4

Up to 1V drop.

 

+V

+

 

8

FPS1000

+S

 

 

 

LOAD

 

 

-S

13

 

SIGNAL

ON/

3,5,6

 

-V

-

RTN

OFF

 

10

7

 

Sense lines

Load line.

 

 

 

Twisted pairs

Up to 1V drop.

Fig 5-2: Remote sensing, single load.

5.3 Connecting Multiple loads, radial distribution method

In cases of multiple loads connected to one supply, each load should be connected to the power supply's output terminals using separate pairs of wires. It is recommended that each pair of wires will be as short as possible and twisted or shielded to minimize noise pick-up and radiation.

The sense wires should be connected to the power supply output terminals or to the load with the most critical load regulation requirement.

 

 

+V

1,2,4

+

LOAD # 1

 

 

 

-

FPS1000

 

+S

8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

13

+

LOAD # 2

 

 

-S

-

SIGNAL

ON/

 

RTN

OFF

-V 3,5,6

 

 

10

7

+

 

 

 

LOAD # 3

 

 

 

 

-

Fig 5-3: Multiple loads connection , radial distribution

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5.4 Multiple loads connection with distribution terminals

If remotely located output distribution terminals are used, the power supply output terminals should be connected to the distribution terminals by a pair of twisted or shielded wires. Each load should be separately connected to the remote distribution terminals (see Fig 5-4). If remote sensing is required, the sensing wires should be connected to the distribution terminals or at the most critical load.

 

 

 

1,2,4

+V

 

 

 

 

+V

 

+

LOAD # 1

 

 

 

 

-

FPS1000

 

+S

8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

13

 

+

LOAD # 2

 

 

-S

 

-

SIGNAL

ON/

 

 

RTN

OFF

-V

3,5,6

 

 

 

10

7

 

 

+

 

 

 

-V

LOAD # 3

 

 

 

 

-

 

 

 

 

 

Fig 5-4: Multiple loads connection with distribution terminal

5.5 Grounding outputs

Either the positive or negative output terminals can be grounded. To avoid noise problems caused by common-mode current flowing from the load to ground, it is recommended to ground the output terminal as close as possible to the power supply's output. Always use two wires to connect the load to the power supply regardless of how the system is grounded.

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