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SITOP power supplies
SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100
Manual
SITOP UPS1600 10 A
6EP4134-3AB00-0AY0
6EP4134-3AB00-1AY0
6EP4134-3AB00-2AY0
SITOP UPS1600 20 A
6EP4136-3AB00-0AY0
6EP4136-3AB00-1AY0
6EP4136-3AB00-2AY0
SITOP UPS1600 40 A
6EP4137-3AB00-0AY0
6EP4137-3AB00-1AY0
6EP4137-3AB00-2AY0
SITOP UPS1100
Battery module 1.2 Ah
6EP4131-0GB00-0AY0
Battery module 2.5 Ah
6EP4132-0GB00-0AY0
Battery module 3.2 Ah
6EP4133-0GB00-0AY0
Battery module 5 Ah
6EP4133-0JB00-0AY0
Battery module 7 Ah
6EP4134-0GB00-0AY0
Battery module 12 Ah
6EP4135-0GB00-0AY0
04.2017
A5E37775406-8-76
Overview
Safety instructions
Description, device design,
dimension drawing
Engineering and remote
access
Troubleshooting
Mounting/removing
Mounting position, mounting
clearances
Installation
Technical data
Safety, approvals, EMC
Environmental conditions
Environment
Service & Support
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  • Page 1 Overview Safety instructions Description, device design, dimension drawing SITOP power supplies Engineering and remote access SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Troubleshooting Mounting/removing Manual Mounting position, mounting clearances SITOP UPS1600 10 A Installation 6EP4134-3AB00-0AY0 6EP4134-3AB00-1AY0 6EP4134-3AB00-2AY0 Technical data SITOP UPS1600 20 A...
  • Page 2 Note the following: WARNING Siemens products may only be used for the applications described in the catalog and in the relevant technical documentation. If products and components from other manufacturers are used, these must be recommended or approved by Siemens. Proper transport, storage, installation, assembly, commissioning, operation and maintenance are required to ensure that the products operate safely and without any problems.
  • Page 3: Overview

    The key benefits of the product include: ● Compact SITOP UPS1600 24 V/10 A, 20 A and 40 A DC-UPS modules with digital inputs/outputs, optional with USB or two Ethernet/PROFINET interfaces ● SITOP UPS1100 24 V/1.2 Ah, 2.5 Ah, 3.2 Ah, 7 Ah and 12 Ah battery modules with...
  • Page 4 SIMATIC STEP 7 in the TIA Portal, S7 function blocks for integration in the user programs and WinCC faceplates Ordering data The following device options are available: SITOP UPS1600 uninterruptible power supply Type Order number Input 24 V DC 6EP4134-3AB00-0AY0...
  • Page 5 Battery module 5 Ah (LiFePO4) 6EP4133-0JB00-0AY0 Battery module 7 Ah (lead) 6EP4134-0GB00-0AY0 Battery module 12 Ah (lead) 6EP4135-0GB00-0AY0 Accessory for SITOP UPS1600 Type Order number Device identification labels 20 mm × 7 mm, 3RT1900-1SB20 pastel turquoise SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100...
  • Page 6 Overview SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Overview..............................3 Safety instructions ..........................13 Description, device design, dimension drawing..................15 Device description ........................15 2.1.1 SITOP UPS1600 ........................15 2.1.2 SITOP UPS1100 ........................18 Connections and terminal designation..................20 2.2.1 SITOP UPS1600 ........................20 2.2.1.1 Power terminals ........................
  • Page 8 Inserting SITOP UPS1600 into a project ................53 3.3.5 Assigning the SITOP UPS1600 to a controller ..............54 3.3.6 Assigning a battery module SITOP UPS1100 to the basic device SITOP UPS1600 .... 55 3.3.7 Parameterizing the UPS1600 ....................58 3.3.8 Loading the configuration (commissioning) ................
  • Page 9 Preconditions ........................158 3.8.3 Activating the OPC UA server via the SITOP UPS1600 web server ........159 3.8.4 Establishing a connection to the OPC UA server of the SITOP UPS1600 ......160 3.8.5 Working with the OPC UA client ................... 164 3.8.5.1 Displaying SITOP UPS1600 parameters ................
  • Page 10 Other mounting positions ..................... 201 Altitude derating ........................202 Installation ............................203 Connecting the SITOP UPS1600 at its input ............... 205 Connecting the SITOP UPS1600 at its output ..............205 Connecting the BAT SITOP UPS1600 ................206 USB interface ........................206 PROFINET/Ethernet connection ..................
  • Page 11 Table of contents Dimension drawing ....................... 220 Safety, approvals, EMC........................221 Safety ............................ 221 Test voltage .......................... 222 Approvals ..........................223 EMC ............................223 Environmental conditions ........................225 Environment............................229 Service & Support ..........................231 SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 12 Table of contents SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 13: Safety Instructions

    In order to protect plants, systems, machines and networks against cyber threats, it is necessary to implement – and continuously maintain – a holistic, state-of-the-art industrial security concept. Siemens’ products and solutions only form one element of such a concept. Customer is responsible to prevent unauthorized access to its plants, systems, machines and networks.
  • Page 14 Safety instructions SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 15: Description, Device Design, Dimension Drawing

    2.1.1 SITOP UPS1600 The SITOP UPS1600 10 A, 20 A and 40 A are built-in devices of the SITOP series for mounting on TH35-15/7.5 standard mounting rails (EN 60715). When installing the SITOP UPS1600 devices and SITOP UPS1100 battery modules, the relevant DIN/VDE regulations or country-specific regulations (e.g.
  • Page 16 DC-UPS at a glance. The SITOP UPS1600 is fully integrated in Totally Integrated Automation (TIA), the Siemens open system architecture for integrated automation solutions. The engineering is performed in the TIA Portal and reduces to just a few clicks for the user.
  • Page 17 USB interface X3 (only for ... - 1AY0) ⑦ Rotary coding switch, switch-in threshold ⑧ Rotary coding switch, buffer time ⑨ Signaling (LEDs) ⑩ DIN rail slider ⑪ Convection ⑫ Clearance above/below Figure 2-1 SITOP UPS1600 design (example 6EP4136-3AB00-2AY0) SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 18: Sitop Ups1100

    SITOP UPS1600. A green LED lights continually to indicate that there is a communication connection to the SITOP UPS1600. The LED flashes when the batteries are being replaced or for faults and alarms.
  • Page 19 Note For the UPS1100, clearance is required above it in order to open the cover. Clearance below is not required for thermal reasons - however, space is required to feed in the cable. SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 20: Connections And Terminal Designation

    Cables must be used that are suitable for at least 90 °C (only for applications for UL508). ③ The UPS1100 battery modules are connected via BAT (see also Chapter Installation (Page 203)) Connections and terminal designations (see Figure 2-1 SITOP UPS1600 design (example 6EP4136-3AB00-2AY0) (Page 17)) ① One screw terminal each DC input IN+, IN- ②...
  • Page 21: Signal Terminal

    Description, device design, dimension drawing 2.2 Connections and terminal designation Figure 2-4 Terminal data SITOP UPS1600 40 A 2.2.1.2 Signal terminal ④ Signal connector Wire jumper Figure 2-5 Signal connector Figure 2-6 Signal connector connection schematic SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100...
  • Page 22: Usb Port

    ⑥ The USB interface (type B) fully conforms to the USB 2.0 standard (12 MBd). Strain relief (see Section USB connector (Page 189)) is implemented using a defined cable/connector (Y-Con USB - Yamaichi). SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 23: Profinet/Ethernet Connection

    ● Monitoring via the Web server ● Integration and communication of the DC-UPS with other automation components from Siemens and the open environment, e.g. IPC, PLC, HMI, OPC UA ● Firmware update of the device via UPS Manager, web server or STEP 7 SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 24: Sitop Ups1100

    ② Input terminals and signal terminal can be used to establish the connection to SITOP UPS1600. (also see Chapter Installation (Page 203)). Connections and terminal designations (see Figure 2-2 SITOP UPS1100 design (example 6EP4133- 0GB00-0AY0) (Page 18)) ① One screw terminal each DC input +, - ②...
  • Page 25: Operator Controls

    If the buffer time is to be set using the software (only for devices with an interface (…-1AY0, …-2AY0)) (possible setting range, see Section Parameterizing SITOP UPS1600 (Page 77)), the rotary coding switch for the connection threshold must be set to REN (see Section Rotary coding switch, switch-in threshold (Page 25)).
  • Page 26: Jumper Variants

    Note It is only permissible to operate the rotary switch using an insulated screwdriver. For notes on actuating the rotary coding switch (screwdriver, torque), see Figure 2-3 Terminal data SITOP UPS1600 10 A, 20 A (Page 20) 2.3.1.3 Jumper variants On/Off (pin 9) ④...
  • Page 27 Buffering not permitted 0,5 - MAX 21 - 25 Buffer mode permitted (buffer time corresponding to the settings or maxi- mum buffer time) OFF, 21 - 25 REN Buffering not permitted 0,5 - MAX SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 28 To prevent data losses, PCs must be shut down in time before the buffer time ends. If the input voltage returns after the shutdown has already started, the SITOP UPS1600 terminates the buffer mode and transitions into normal operation. The PC will be shut down, however, it is not switched off.
  • Page 29 UPS1600 is higher than 40 °C - or if the input voltage at the UPS1600 is less than 24 V. Derating: 10 A: 3 A-->2 A 20 A: 4 A-->3 A 40 A: 5 A-->3 A SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 30: Sitop Ups1100

    SITOP UPS1100 2.3.2.1 Buttons for battery replacement ⑧ For the SITOP UPS1100, below the cover there is a button for battery replacement, see Battery replacement (Page 208) Figure 2-13 Buttons for battery replacement SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 31: Operating Displays And Signaling

    Connection status Ethernet port 1 LED 8 Connection status Ethernet port 2 Figure 2-14 Operating displays Legend: LED off LED lights up LED flashes in the interval: 0.5 s on - 3 s off 0.5/3 SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 32 – or is no longer possible. Note From the instant in time when the SITOP UPS1600 is switched over into the buffer mode, for the evaluation, instead of the expected buffer current, the actually measured buffer current is used.
  • Page 33 Self-test running (flashing alternately every 3 s) (0.5/0.5) Flashing red (0.5/0.5) DCP requires device identification (LED flashes for 3 seconds) Flashing red (0.5/0.5) Flashing green Firmware update (0.5/0.5) LEDs 5 and 6 are active only for ... -2AY0. SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 34: Relay Outputs

    Cycle 0.25 Hz: Battery defective or different – or more than 6 battery modules connected – or the selected buffer time is not reached. REL3 (NO contact): Energized state: Buffering of the selected buffer time is possible, or charge state > 85 %. SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 35 30 V AC/0.5 A 60 V DC/0.3 A 30 V DC/1 A Note From the instant in time when the SITOP UPS1600 is switched over into the buffer mode, for the evaluation, instead of the expected buffer current, the actually measured buffer current is used.
  • Page 36: Sitop Ups1100

    6EP4131-0GB00-0AY0 (1.2 Ah) 6EP4132-0GB00-0AY0 (2.5 Ah) 6EP4133-0GB00-0AY0 (3.2 Ah) 6EP4133-0JB00-0AY0 (5 Ah) 6EP4134-0GB00-0AY0 (7 Ah) 6EP4135-0GB00-0AY0 (12 Ah) Flashing green Error or alarm, battery replacement initiated (0.5/0.5) Battery off, no communication Green Battery OK SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 37: Block Diagram

    Description, device design, dimension drawing 2.5 Block diagram Block diagram 2.5.1 SITOP UPS1600 Figure 2-17 Block diagram SITOP UPS1600 SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 38: Sitop Ups1100

    Description, device design, dimension drawing 2.6 Dimensions and weight 2.5.2 SITOP UPS1100 Figure 2-18 Block diagram SITOP UPS1100 SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 39: Dimensions And Weight

    Description, device design, dimension drawing 2.6 Dimensions and weight Dimensions and weight 2.6.1 SITOP UPS1600 Figure 2-19 6EP4134-3AB00-0AY0, 6EP4134-3AB00-1AY0, 6EP4136-3AB00-0AY0,6EP4136- 3AB00-1AY0 dimensioned drawing Figure 2-20 6EP4134-3AB00-2AY0, 6EP4136-3AB00-2AY0 dimensioned drawing SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 40 Description, device design, dimension drawing 2.6 Dimensions and weight Figure 2-21 Dimension drawing 6EP4137-3AB00-0AY0, 6EP4137-3AB00-1AY0 Figure 2-22 Dimension drawing 6EP4137-3AB00-2AY0 SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 41 6EP4137-3AB00-2AY0 Dimensions (W × H × D) in 70 × 138.7 × 150 70 × 138.7 × 150 70 × 138.7 × 150 Weight Approx. 0.65 kg Approx. 0.65 kg Approx. 0.7 kg SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 42: Sitop Ups1100

    Description, device design, dimension drawing 2.6 Dimensions and weight 2.6.2 SITOP UPS1100 Figure 2-23 6EP4131-0GB00-0AY0 dimensioned drawing Figure 2-24 Dimension drawing 6EP4132-0GB00-0AY0 SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 43 Description, device design, dimension drawing 2.6 Dimensions and weight Figure 2-25 6EP4133-0GB00-0AY0 dimensioned drawing Figure 2-26 Dimension drawing 6EP4133-0JB00-0AY0 SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 44 Description, device design, dimension drawing 2.6 Dimensions and weight Figure 2-27 6EP4134-0GB00-0AY0 dimensioned drawing Figure 2-28 Dimension drawing 6EP4135-0GB00-0AY0 SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 45 (12 Ah) Dimensions (W × H × D) in 189 × 185.5 × 112.7 186 × 186 × 110.3 253 × 186 × 110 Weight Approx. 3.4 kg Approx. 6.1 kg Approx. 9.8 kg SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 46 Description, device design, dimension drawing 2.6 Dimensions and weight SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 47: Engineering And Remote Access

    Functions of the individual software products ● SIMATIC STEP 7 in the TIA Portal The SITOP UPS1600 can be used with STEP 7 in the TIA portal from version 12 with service pack 1 (SP1). From SW version V2.2, STEP 7 can be used in the TIA Portal from version 13 with service pack 1.
  • Page 48: Overview Of Application Examples

    At our support web site you can find the following application example to parameterize the SITOP UPS1600 uninterruptible power supply: ● "SITOP UPS1600: Graphic blocks and STEP 7 communication blocks" to integrate SITOP UPS1600 into an automation system : (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/view/78817848) SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 49: Simatic Step 7 In The Tia Portal

    TIA Portal from Version 13 with service pack 1. In SIMATIC STEP 7 in the TIA Portal , the basic device SITOP UPS1600 and its battery modules SITOP UPS1100 can be integrated in projects, parameterized and diagnosed.
  • Page 50: Installing The Hardware Support Package (Hsp)

    7. After the Support Package has been installed, the TIA Portal is reinitialized by clicking on "Restart". The installed devices are imported into the module catalog and can then be integrated in the project. You can find the SITOP UPS1600 in the hardware catalog under "Power Supplies\SITOP UPS\UPS1600". SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 51 Engineering and remote access 3.3 SIMATIC STEP 7 in the TIA Portal Note You can find additional information on installing hardware support packages in the manual of your STEP 7 software. SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 52: Installing The Generic Station Description File (Gsd)

    Note SIMATIC STEP 7 V13 The following step is only relevant for SIMATIC STEP 7 V13 in the TIA Portal. The GSD is available at our SITOP-homepage (http://www.siemens.com/sitop-ups1600) or directly at (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/view/75854605). Preconditions ● You know where the GSD file is saved.
  • Page 53: Inserting Sitop Ups1600 Into A Project

    Inserting SITOP UPS1600 into a project To be able to use the SITOP UPS1600, you must assign it as IO device to an IO controller (SIMATIC S7 control). Further, SITOP UPS1600 can be equipped in the project with one or several SITOP UPS1100 battery modules.
  • Page 54: Assigning The Sitop Ups1600 To A Controller

    Assigning the SITOP UPS1600 to a controller To be able to use the SITOP UPS1600 you must assign an IO controller as IO device. 1. Click in the network view on the blue lettering "Not assigned" at the left next to the symbol of the SITOP UPS1600.
  • Page 55: Assigning A Battery Module Sitop Ups1100 To The Basic Device Sitop Ups1600

    The basic functions of the uninterruptible power supply are available with all of the battery modules that are compatible with the SITOP UPS1600. The SITOP UPS1100 5 Ah LiFePo battery is first supported by the UPS1600 with SW version V2.1.
  • Page 56 Engineering and remote access 3.3 SIMATIC STEP 7 in the TIA Portal Using an example, in the following steps, it is shown how the SITOP UPS1600 is assigned a SITOP UPS1100 battery module. Note Only SITOP UPS1100 battery modules of the same type can be inserted into the slots of a SITOP UPS1600.
  • Page 57 The battery module is inserted at the selected slot. 6. Save the hardware configuration. You have assigned a battery module to the basic device SITOP UPS1600. How you change the number and type of SITOP UPS1100 battery modules used is described under Parameterizing UPS1600 with STEP 7 in the TIA Portal (Page 58).
  • Page 58: Parameterizing The Ups1600

    3.3.7 Parameterizing the UPS1600 The adjustable parameters of the SITOP UPS1600 can be found in STEP 7 in the TIA Portal in the inspector window under Properties when the appropriate device was selected. For parameterization, in the area navigation, the settings under "Base Unit", "Energy storage"...
  • Page 59 When the connection threshold is fallen below, selects whether the system is buffered or the output is shut down. ● Switch-in threshold Setting the switch-in threshold. ● Buffer time Length of time during which the system should be buffered by the SITOP UPS1600. SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 60 Note From the instant in time when the SITOP UPS1600 is switched over into the buffer mode, to determine the expected buffer time, instead of the expected buffer current, the actually measured buffer current is used.
  • Page 61 0.1 - 3,200 Ah 10 Ah End-of-charge voltage 24 - 30 V 27.3 V Charge current 0.001 - 3 or 4 or 5 A 0.3 A Faulty battery voltage 1 - 18 V SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 62 You define in which intervals the actual values are sent to the web server. ● Enable automatic update When you enable "Automatic update" then the actual values of the SITOP UPS1600 and connected supplementary modules are sent to the web server.
  • Page 63: Loading The Configuration (Commissioning)

    Identifying a SITOP UPS1600 in the network From the STEP 7 in the TIA Portal , you can get the LED "SF" at the SITOP UPS1600 to flash. This means that you can clearly identify a module in the network, e.g. if several SITOP UPS1600 are installed in the network.
  • Page 64 ● The SITOP UPS1600 is located in the PROFINET IO system of an IO controller. ● The PG/PC is connected to the same network to which the SITOP UPS1600 and the controller are connected. The interface of the PG/PC must be set to TCP/IP.
  • Page 65 3.3 SIMATIC STEP 7 in the TIA Portal Note Ensure that the article number of the SITOP UPS1600 configured offline matches the article number of the device connected online. The following response is obtained after loading the configuration into the device:...
  • Page 66 4. Click on the "Finish" button. Result The set parameters have been loaded to the SITOP UPS1600 via the controller. SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 67: Diagnostics

    Article number Firmware Name Rack Slot Firmware file Firmware version Suitable for modules with Status Activate firmware after update Assign name PROFINET device name Type Reset to factory settings MAC address IP address SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 68 Proceed as follows to start the online and diagnostics view of the particular module: Project tree: 1. Open the device folder of the SITOP UPS1600 in the Project tree. This is located (after the assignment to the control system) in the folder of the control system under "Distributed I/O "...
  • Page 69: Firmware Update

    3.3.10 Firmware update WARNING The SITOP UPS1600 is reset while updating the firmware. For safety reasons, the output is switched off. Ensure that no damage is caused to the plant or system. Ensure that the PG/PC and/or all switches, routers and gateways that are used have an independent power supply during the firmware update.
  • Page 70 8. Click on the "Browse" button in the "Firmware loader" area to select the path to the directory with the unzipped files. 9. Select the appropriate file "*.upd". All SITOP UPS1600 are displayed in the table, for which an update is possible with the selected firmware file.
  • Page 71 13.The device is automatically restarted after the LEDs no longer flash. Note During the firmware update, if the power supply of the SITOP UPS1600, or PG/PC or intermediate switches, routers or gateways is interrupted, then under certain circumstances, a fallback firmware is activated. If the SITOP UPS1600 can then no longer be accessed remotely, you must assign the a new IP address, or under the menu item "Assign name"...
  • Page 72: Restore Factory Settings

    The parameter values for SITOP UPS1600 and the energy storage device are kept. Proceed as follows to reset the SITOP UPS1600 factory settings: 1. Select SITOP UPS1600 in the Network view and change to the Device view. 2. Click on "Go online".
  • Page 73: Simatic Step 7

    The uninterruptible power supply SITOP UPS1600 can be used with SIMATIC STEP 7 from Version 5.4 and higher. In SIMATIC STEP 7 , the basic device SITOP UPS1600 and its SITOP UPS1100 battery modules can be integrated in the project, parameterized and diagnosed.
  • Page 74: Inserting Sitop Ups1600 Into A Project

    3.4 SIMATIC STEP 7 3.4.3 Inserting SITOP UPS1600 into a project To be able to use the SITOP UPS1600 it must be assigned as IO device to an IO controller (SIMATIC S7 control) . Preconditions ● The GSD file of the SITOP UPS1600 has been correctly installed.
  • Page 75 8. Close the "Properties - Ethernet interface PN-IO" dialog box. The subnet is displayed as a horizontal line in the hardware view. Inserting SITOP UPS1600 from the hardware catalog 1. Select the subnet. 2. Open the "Catalog" window using the "View > Catalog" menu command.
  • Page 76 Engineering and remote access 3.4 SIMATIC STEP 7 3. In the hardware catalog, navigate to the SITOP UPS1600 under "PROFINET IO \ I/O \ UPS1600". 4. Click the desired SITOP UPS1600; keep the left mouse button pressed and drag the SITOP UPS1600 to the subnet.
  • Page 77: Parameter Assignment

    The controller and the networked SITOP UPS1600 are displayed. 2. In the Network view click on SITOP UPS1600. The hardware configuration opens. 3. Double click in the hardware configuration on the SITOP UPS1600 entry in the station window for slot 0.1.
  • Page 78 Wait time for stable input voltage 200 … 65,000 ms 1000 ms Downtime alarm 0 … 20.000 ms 125 ms Buffering allowed Yes / No Enable reset after buffering Yes / No valid from V2.0.4 or V2.1 SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 79 ● Additional backup time after the PC has been shutdown The time to be buffered by the SITOP UPS1600 once the PC has been shut down. ● Connection threshold If the connection threshold value is fallen below, the SITOP UPS1600 starts buffering. If the value of the connection threshold is subsequently exceeded again, then the SITOP UPS1600 stops buffering.
  • Page 80 When UPS1100 battery modules are used, both parameters are automatically set, and do not have to be defined. The following, device-dependent maximum values apply: – SITOP UPS1600 10 A: Maximum permissible charge current 3,000 mA Derating for T > 40 °C or U <...
  • Page 81 The entered value may not exceed the rated device current. Note From the instant in time when the SITOP UPS1600 is switched over into the buffer mode, to determine the expected buffer time, instead of the expected buffer current, the actually measured buffer current is used.
  • Page 82: Loading The Configuration To The Sitop Ups1600 (Commissioning)

    3.4.5 Loading the configuration to the SITOP UPS1600 (commissioning) In the delivered state, the SITOP UPS1600 has not yet been assigned any IP address and the DHCP protocol is deactivated. When the SITOP UPS1600 is first connected with an IO controller (SIMATIC S7 control system), it must be assigned a device name and an IP address by the IO controller.
  • Page 83 The IO controller is assigned the configured IP address. Note Ensure that the article number of the SITOP UPS1600 configured offline matches the article number of the device connected online. The following response is obtained after loading the configuration into the device: SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 84 Online / offline Allocating the SITOP UPS1600 a device name (online) In order that the configured IO controller can address the SITOP UPS1600, you must assign each individual IO device (including SITOP UPS1600) the configured device name. For the procedure described below, the SITOP UPS1600 and the station for the PG/PC must be accessible online on the Ethernet.
  • Page 85: Diagnostics

    3.4.7 Firmware update WARNING The SITOP UPS1600 is reset while updating the firmware. For safety reasons, the output is switched off. Ensure that no damage is caused to the plant or system. Ensure that the PG/PC and/or all switches, routers and gateways that are used have an independent power supply during the firmware update.
  • Page 86 UPS Manager or TIA Portal. See also Diagnostics (Page 85) Preconditions ● The SITOP UPS1600 has been correctly connected and linked with the PROFINET IO system. ● PG/PC with STEP 7 is connected with the network. Procedure The firmware update consists of several files, which are combined in a zip file.
  • Page 87 Note During the firmware update, if the power supply of the SITOP UPS1600, or PG/PC or intermediate switches, routers or gateways is interrupted, then under certain circumstances, a fallback firmware is activated. If the SITOP UPS1600 can then no longer be accessed remotely, you must assign the SITOP UPS1600 a new IP address, or under the menu item "Assign name"...
  • Page 88 Note After updating the firmware, in the hardware configuration of your project, you must replace the SITOP UPS1600 involved by the SITOP UPS1600 with the current firmware version. The configured configuration then matches the actual configuration again. SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100...
  • Page 89: Restore Factory Settings

    With STEP 7 Version 5.5, it is possible to restore the factory setting of modules using the "Target system -> Edit Ethernet node". 1. To select the MAC address of the SITOP UPS1600, which should be reset to the factory setting, click in dialog "Edit Ethernet node" on "Browse".
  • Page 90: Cyclic And Acyclic Data

    (input/output data) and acyclic data (reading/writing data sets). Input/output data SITOP UPS1600 sends, in cyclic intervals (1 ms - 512 ms for IRT or 1 ms - 2048 ms for RT), data about the actual operating states to the PROFINET IO-Controller. You will find more information on this at Input and output data (Page 90).
  • Page 91: Reading And Writing Data Sets

    • 3.5.2 Reading and writing data sets An overview of all data sets, which are communicated between the SITOP UPS1600 and the PROFINET IO-Controller is provided in the following table. Here, a distinction is made between the following data sets: ●...
  • Page 92 This information is available via the link "Energy Storage". 0x0020 0 State information Reading Status information about 64 bytes SITOP UPS1600 and the connected 70 bytes battery modules SITOP UPS1100. (from V2.1) Information about the SITOP UPS1100 battery modules is available via the link "Energy Storage".
  • Page 93: Data Sets

    Data sets In this section you can find detailed information about the individual data sets that are sent from the PROFINET IO-Controller to the SITOP UPS1600 - and which can be read from the SITOP UPS1600. 0x0001: Buffering parameters (reading/writing)
  • Page 94 0x0004: Reset parameters (reading/writing) Data Description Data type Reset time [1 s] Reset time: Time during which the SITOP UPS1600 output is Unsigned8 shutdown if the connected devices are reset. 0x0005: Battery information parameters (reading) Data Description...
  • Page 95 Batt 2: Standby time [1 s] Standby time Unsigned32 Batt 2 Buffer time [1 s] Required buffer time, after which the SITOP UPS1600 shuts down Unsigned32 in the buffer mode. Batt 2: Total charging current Total charge level (battery-specific data): Total charge within the...
  • Page 96 Batt 4: Standby time [1 s] Standby time Unsigned32 Batt 4: Buffer time [1 s] Required buffer time, after which the SITOP UPS1600 shuts down Unsigned32 in the buffer mode. Batt 4: Total charging current Total charge level (battery-specific data): Total charge within the...
  • Page 97 Batt 5: Standby time [1 s] Standby time Unsigned32 Batt 5: Buffer time [1 s] Required buffer time, after which the SITOP UPS1600 shuts down Unsigned32 in the buffer mode. Batt 5: Total charging current Total charge level (battery-specific data): Total charge within the...
  • Page 98 Enable reset Enable reset: If, during buffer operation, the input voltage be- Unsigned8 comes available again, then the output of the SITOP UPS1600 is switched off for a selectable time in order to reset connected loads. SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100...
  • Page 99 Selected battery profile Profile of the selected battery: The battery charging behavior is set Unsigned8 at the signal terminals. The setting is only used, if the SITOP UPS1600 is not in the "Remote Enable" (REN) mode 0x0008: Buffering parameters (reading/writing) Data Description Data type Expected buffer current [0.1 Ah]...
  • Page 100 Unsigned16 from V2.2 Battery capacity Battery capacity Unsigned16 from V2.2 Stop buffering voltage Stop buffering voltage Unsigned16 from V2.2 Battery type Battery type Unsigned8 from V2.2 Order number Order number VisibleString(19) from V2.2 SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 101 V2.2 Order number Order number VisibleString(19) from V2.2 Serial number Serial number VisibleString(15) from V2.2 Manufacturing date Manufacturing date 3 × Unsigned8 from V2.2 Version number Version number 2 × Unsigned8 from V2.2 SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 102 Data Description Data type Number of batteries Number of batteries Unsigned8 from V2.2 Battery 4 available 0 ... not available 4 ... available Unsigned8 from V2.2 Minimal temperature Minimal temperature Signed8 from V2.2 SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 103 Signed8 from V2.2 Maximal temperature Maximal temperature Signed8 from V2.2 Standby time Standby time Unsigned32 from V2.2 Buffer time Buffer time Unsigned32 from V2.2 Total charging current Total charging current Unsigned32 from V2.2 SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 104 Total charging current Unsigned32 from V2.2 Total culled current Total culled current Unsigned32 from V2.2 EOCV End-of-charge voltage Unsigned16 from V2.2 Charge current Charge current Unsigned16 from V2.2 Battery capacity Battery capacity Unsigned16 from V2.2 SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 105 Output voltage [0.01 V] Voltage measured at the output of the SITOP UPS1600. Unsigned16 Load current [5 mA] Load current measured at the output of the SITOP UPS1600. Unsigned16 Measured charge current [1 mA] Measured battery charge current of the SITOP UPS1600.
  • Page 106 Battery 6 temperature [1 °C] Battery 6: Battery temperature Integer8 Device temperature [1 °C] Temperature in the housing Integer8 LED pattern Status of LEDs 1 to 4 for the SITOP UPS1600 Unsigned8 Object structure LED pattern SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 107 0: disable • 255. enable • When automatic logoff is activated, the logged on user ("Guest" or "Admin") is automatically logged off when the SITOP UPS1600 web server is inactive for 15 minutes. HttpAccessEnable from V2.1 Enable/disable HTTP access: Unsigned8 0: disable •...
  • Page 108 Engineering and remote access 3.5 Cyclic and acyclic data 0x0042: OPC UA server (reading/writing) Data Description Data type OPCServerEnabled Activate/deactivate the OPC UA interface of the SITOP UPS1600: Unsigned8 0: disable • 255: enable • OPCUnencrypdedAccessEnable Activate/deactivate unencrypted access via the OPC UA interface...
  • Page 109: Sitop Ups Manager

    Functions of the SITOP UPS Manager You can fulfill the following tasks using the SITOP UPS Manager : ● Configuration of the SITOP UPS1600 uninterruptible power supply and the battery modules (see Chapter Configuring the SITOP UPS1600 (Page 119)) ● Protect a computer or a computer network provided by the uninterruptible power supply with the master-slave technique ●...
  • Page 110: The User Interface Of The Sitop Ups Manager

    ③ You use the functions of the save bar to load the configuration into or from the SITOP UPS1600 – and open or save the configurations to a data medium. ④ The colors of the connection lamps indicate the status of the incoming and outgoing connection.
  • Page 111: Installation/Uninstallation

    The Windows XP and Windows 7 (32 bit and 64 bit) operating systems are supported. Ethernet or USB interface To install and use the SITOP UPS Manager in conjunction with the SITOP UPS1600, the computer must be connected with the SITOP UPS1600 via Ethernet or USB port.
  • Page 112 – Installer language, English or German – Agreement declaration with the license conditions – Installation scope: Activate option "USB driver" if your SITOP UPS1600 has a USB interface. You can select between application and service. – Installation path: Use the recommended target directory "C:\Program Files\x68\SITOPUPSManager" or select another one.
  • Page 113: Options Of Establishing A Connection To The Sitop Ups1600

    SITOP SITOP UPS1600 interface. Configuring the SITOP UPS1600 with the Primary Setup Tool The Primary Setup Tool is a Siemens product that is free of charge, and which is used to identify and configure network-capable devices. You can download the Primary Setup Tool at (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/19440762).
  • Page 114 2. Select the "Settings > Select interface" menu command. The "Set PG/PC interface" dialog opens. 3. Select the interface with which the client is connected with the SITOP UPS1600. Click "OK" to close the "Set PG/PC interface" dialog. SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100...
  • Page 115 3.6 SITOP UPS Manager 4. Select the menu command "Network > Search". SITOP UPS1600 appears in the tree view as "DC-UPS :" with its MAC address and its IP address. 5. Open the SITOP UPS1600 entry and select "Ind. Ethernet interface".
  • Page 116 ● The local computer is one of several computers and performs the master function. Local computer = master PC ● The local computer is one of several computers at the SITOP UPS1600 and operates as slave. Local computer = slave PC In the master-slave configuration, the SITOP UPS1600, the master PC and the slave PC are connected at the same physical Ethernet.
  • Page 117 SITOP UPS Manager if a master-slave configuration is to be used. 6. Enter the IP address of the SITOP UPS1600 in the "IP address of the DC-UPS" field. 7. If the message appears as to whether you wish to restart the SITOP UPS Manager, confirm this with "Yes".
  • Page 118: Establishing A Connection Via Usb

    SITOP UPS1600. Click on "Save file", to save the configuration to a file. This means that you can restore the SITOP UPS1600 configuration at a later point in time – or transfer the configuration to other devices.
  • Page 119: General Settings

    3.6.7.2 Configuring the SITOP UPS1600 Using the SITOP UPS Manager, you can configure the SITOP UPS1600 and its energy storage device, and then load to the device (if it is an uncoded battery – for UPS1100, the values are automatically identified). To change the charge parameters switch-in threshold or buffer time, you must set the corresponding rotary coding switch to the "REN"...
  • Page 120 This function allows IPCs to automatically restart. ● Enable reset time after buffering: If the value is set to "Yes", the SITOP UPS1600 shuts down the output for the selected interrupt time if, in the meantime, the input voltage returns after the buffer time has expired.
  • Page 121 ● Faulty battery voltage: If the battery voltage falls below this value, it will be considered as being defective by the SITOP UPS1600 and is not charged. To reset the parameters to their initial value, click the "Reset to initial values" button. All parameters for the energy storage will be reset to their initial value.
  • Page 122: Behavior Of The Sitop Ups Manager

    The applications can be started depending on the following events and factors: ● Power failure ● Power return ● State of the buffer readiness by the SITOP UPS1600: – General buffer readiness – Remaining buffer time ● State of the SITOP UPS1600 battery: –...
  • Page 123 If the buffer time (see Section Configuring the SITOP UPS1600 (Page 119)) is set shorter than this time, the SITOP UPS1600 switches off before the PC has been shut down. The PC is then no longer protected. In master-slave operation, the time required to run down the master must be longer than the time required for the slave.
  • Page 124 Engineering and remote access 3.6 SITOP UPS Manager Use the "upsshutdown.exe" program After installing UPS-Managers (from version V4.71 and higher), file "upsshutdown.exe" is located under the following path: C:\Users\Public\Documents\SitopUPSManager\commands\shutdown SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 125 2. Under buffer operation, activate "Start application on power failure" and specify the path to your batch data, e.g. to C:\Users\Public\Documents\SitopUPSManager\commands\shutdown\runupsshutdown.ba t. (adapt to the specific requirements) 3. Under buffer operation, deactivate "Shut down PC on power failure" SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 126 ● Start the application if buffer mode is not possible. ● Start the application when buffer readiness returns ● Open the SITOP UPS Manager if buffer mode is not possible ● Open the SITOP UPS Manager when buffer readiness returns. SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 127 Make the settings under "Software configuration > Communication interface". The following options are available: ● Start the application if there is a connection to the SITOP UPS1600. ● Start the application if the connection to the SITOP UPS1600 is interrupted.
  • Page 128: Display And Visualization

    Engineering and remote access 3.6 SITOP UPS Manager ● Open the SITOP UPS Manager if there is a connection to the SITOP UPS1600. ● Open the SITOP UPS Manager if the connection to the SITOP UPS1600 was interrupted. Behavior for pending system alarms Make the settings under "Software configuration >...
  • Page 129 – outgoing: Rectification of the alarm event Data and parameters SITOP UPS1600 1. Select "Display > Operating data". 2. Under "Base Unit" you can find data and parameters of the SITOP UPS1600. The following data are displayed: ● Order number ●...
  • Page 130 ● Remaining buffer time Note From the instant in time when the SITOP UPS1600 is switched over into the buffer mode, to determine the expected buffer time, instead of the expected buffer current, the actually measured buffer current is used.
  • Page 131 ● Remaining buffer time Note From the instant in time when the SITOP UPS1600 is switched over into the buffer mode, to determine the expected buffer time, instead of the expected buffer current, the actually measured buffer current is used.
  • Page 132: Determining The Firmware Version

    3. Click the appropriate button to display the required trend diagram. 3.6.10 Determining the firmware version The firmware version of the SITOP UPS1600 can be determined as follows using the UPS Manager: Precondition The SITOP UPS1600 is connected to your PC via USB.
  • Page 133: Firmware Update

    3.6.11 Firmware update WARNING The SITOP UPS1600 is reset while updating the firmware. For safety reasons, the output is switched off. Ensure that no damage is caused to the plant or system. Ensure that the PG/PC and/or all switches, routers and gateways that are used have an independent power supply during the firmware update.
  • Page 134 Note Observe the compatibility of the firmware! Other firmware updates are not compatible. Determine the amp rating of your SITOP UPS1600 and download the appropriate firmware update. Note It is not possible to downgrade the device firmware to a release with a version number lower than the firmware installed in the device itself.
  • Page 135: Web Server

    Restore the power supply to the SITOP UPS1600. The firmware update has been performed successfully. Web server The web server is used to monitor the SITOP UPS1600. It operates independently of UPS Manager and PROFINET access. New functions of the web server from V2.1 and higher: ●...
  • Page 136 Engineering and remote access 3.7 Web server Preconditions ● The computer with installed web browser is connected with the SITOP UPS1600 via Ethernet. ● The Web browser can display SVG graphics. From version V2.1 and higher, it is no longer necessary that SVG graphics are supported.
  • Page 137 In the address dialog box of the web browser, enter the IP address of the SITOP UPS1600 in the form http://ww.xx.yy.zz (input example: http://192.168.0.14). The start page of SITOP UPS1600 is opened. You can navigate to further menus from the start page.
  • Page 138: The Web Server User Interface

    The web server can only be accessed by logging in again. You can download the license information of the UPS1600 system using the "License ③ information" button. SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 139: Functions Of The Web Server

    If the SITOP UPS1600 was assigned a SIMATIC S7 control as I/O device, or the SITOP UPS Manager is connected to the SITOP UPS1600, then the web server is in the read-only mode. The following applies in the read-only mode: ●...
  • Page 140: Determining The Firmware Version

    3.7 Web server 3.7.4 Determining the firmware version The firmware version of the SITOP UPS1600 can be determined as follows via Ethernet using the web server: Using the menu command "Diagnostics > Operating data > Base unit" the firmware version of the SITOP UPS1600 is displayed.
  • Page 141: Loading The Configuration

    3. Click on button "Run update". Firmware update starts. A message is displayed after the successful update. 4. Manually restart the SITOP UPS1600 by interrupting the SITOP UPS1600 power supply. 5. Reconnect the SITOP UPS1600 power supply. The firmware update has been performed successfully.
  • Page 142 – outgoing: Rectification of the alarm event Note The alarm history is displayed only when no further communications relationships to the SITOP UPS1600 have been established. Examples for further communications relationships are communication relationships via STEP 7 or the SITOP UPS Manager.
  • Page 143: View The Data Of The Sitop Ups1600 (Basic Device)

    Engineering and remote access 3.7 Web server 3.7.7.2 View the data of the SITOP UPS1600 (basic device) 1. Select menu "Diagnostics" 2. Select the "Base unit" entry under "Operating data" in the navigation. Here, you can find the following information: ●...
  • Page 144: Viewing The Energy Storage Data

    ● Remaining buffer time Note From the instant in time when the SITOP UPS1600 is switched over into the buffer mode, to determine the expected buffer time, instead of the expected buffer current, the actually measured buffer current is used.
  • Page 145: Online Functions

    Refer also to Section Firmware update with web server (Page 140). Reset to factory settings A reset to the factory settings deletes all hardware and software configurations stored in the SITOP UPS1600 and restores the factory settings. SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 146: Hw Configuration

    3.7 Web server This affects, for example: ● IP address ● Device name ● Parameter values for the SITOP UPS1600 and assigned supplementary modules. ● "Web server activated" setting. Web server is de-activated. Procedure 1. Select menu "Diagnostics". 2. Select submenu "Online functions".
  • Page 147 3. Select the "Communication interface" entry. 4. In the editor area, under "Device name" enter the required device name. 5. To dynamically assign the IP address: Activate checkbox "Source IP address via DHCP". SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 148: Web Server

    ● Activate web server on this module Define as to whether the device may be accessed via the web server. ● Permit access only with HTTPS Define whether access is only permissible via HTTPS. SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 149: Opc Ua Server

    Define whether a user should be automatically logged off after closing the web server. ● Update interval Define the interval in which the actual values are sent to the web server. 3.7.8.3 OPC UA server Here, you configure the OPC UA server. Settings SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 150: Ntp Client

    If the NTP client is activated, then the local time is synchronized with the specified time of the specified NTP server. The NTP update interval is automatically and dynamically adapted between 64 seconds and 68 minutes 16 seconds. SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 151: Improved Pn Security

    Activate these options in order to protect the system against changes initiated externally. ● AR configuration locked ● DCP write protection activated 3.7.8.6 User administration You can access user administration under "HW configuration > General >Improved PN security > User administration ". SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 152 • min. 1 special character The following characters are possible: ^[a-z0-9A-Z\\-_]+$ 5. Enter the new password again under "Confirm password". 6. Load the data to the device, see Loading the configuration (Page 141). SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 153: Device Configuration

    6. Enter a password for the new user - and repeat this to confirm the password. 7. Load the data to the device. 3.7.8.7 Device configuration You set the parameters for basic devices and energy storage devices under menu item "HW Configuration > Device configuration". SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 154 0 - 40 A Reset time: Enable reset after buffering Yes / No Parameter only available from SW version V2.0 and higher Parameter only available from SW version V2.1 and higher Valid from V2.0.4 or V2.1 SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 155 Note From the instant in time when the SITOP UPS1600 is switched over into the buffer mode, to determine the expected buffer time, instead of the expected buffer current, the actually measured buffer current is used.
  • Page 156 Total capacity of the installed batteries. ● End-of-charge voltage Maximum voltage up to which the battery may be charged. ● Charge current The battery is not charged with more than the selected charge current. The SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 157: Load / Save

    3.7 Web server manufacturer's details for the permitted battery charge current must be observed. Further, the following, device-dependent values apply: – SITOP UPS1600 10 A: Maximum permissible charge current 3,000 mA Derating for T > 40 °C or U < 24 V: 2,000 mA –...
  • Page 158: Opc Ua Server

    Note For OPC UA, every device is assigned a profile, which describes the capability of the particular device. The OPC UA server of the SITOP UPS1600 corresponds to the "Micro Embedded Device Server" profile. SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 159: Activating The Opc Ua Server Via The Sitop Ups1600 Web Server

    The MANUAL mode permits read access operations and restricted write access operations. Preconditions: • The settings of the SITOP UPS1600 correspond to the factory settings ("out-of-the-box"). • The SITOP UPS1600 web server is activated, see "Accessing the web server (Page 135)".
  • Page 160: Establishing A Connection To The Opc Ua Server Of The Sitop Ups1600

    3. Click on "Download to device". The OPC UA server is activated. 3.8.4 Establishing a connection to the OPC UA server of the SITOP UPS1600 Note The "Ua Expert" program is displayed in English. 1. Launch the "Ua Expert" program.
  • Page 161 3.8 OPC UA server 4. In dialog "Enter Url", enter the protocol being used, the IP address of the SITOP UPS1600 and the number of ports. The preset port number for OPC UA is 4840. Another port number can be set using the web server, PROFINET or OPC UA.
  • Page 162 Default password: admin 8. Select SITOP UPS1600 in the project tree. 9. Click on symbol "Connect Server". In area "Address Space", the data objects available for the SITOP UPS1600 are shown in a tree structure. SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 163 Engineering and remote access 3.8 OPC UA server SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 164: Working With The Opc Ua Client

    Displaying SITOP UPS1600 parameters Browse nodes - display parameters Input and output data – as well as the operating states of the SITOP UPS1600 – are displayed in area "Address Space" in a tree-like structure as nodes. The properties of a marked node are displayed in area "Attributes".
  • Page 165: Changing The Value Of A Node

    Write access is made possible by calling method "InitLock". After 10 seconds, access is automatically blocked again. Permitting write access Note Write access only for devices with PROFINET interface Write access via OPC UA is not supported by devices with USB interface (... - 1AY0). SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 166 <Lock> → <InitLock>. 2. Right click on method "InitLock" and in the shortcut menu, select "Call …". 3. In the "Call InitLock" dialog box, click on "Call". Figure 3-4 "Call InitLock on Lock" dialog SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 167: Calling A Method

    1. In "Address Space" select <Root> → <Objects> → <DeviceSet> → <UPS1600> → <MethodSet> → <SynchronizeSystem>. 2. Right click on method "SynchronizeSystem" and in the shortcut menu, select "Call …". The result of the method call is displayed in a dialog. SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 168: Sitop Ups1600 Parameters In The Opc Ua Client

    Engineering and remote access 3.8 OPC UA server 3.8.6 SITOP UPS1600 parameters in the OPC UA client 3.8.6.1 Introduction The OPC UA client uses the following symbols: Object Object (supported modules) Method Variable with other attributes (EURange, EngineeringUnits, EnumStrings) Variable Information on the selected object is displayed in area "Attributes".
  • Page 169: Actualbufferstate

    Capacity DeviceCalculated Byte AnalogItemType State of health (SoS) as percentage of the rated capacity Health DeviceInputCurrent Float AnalogItemType Measured input current of SITOP UPS1600 DeviceInputVoltage Float AnalogItemType Input voltage DeviceInputVoltageOK Boolean PropertyType Input voltage has exceeded the configured threshold volt- age.
  • Page 170: Actualupdatestate

    Engineering and remote access 3.8 OPC UA server Display name Data type Definition Description DeviceMaxCurrent Float AnalogItemType Maximum output current supported by the SITOP UPS1600 DeviceOutputCurrent Float AnalogItemType Measured output current of SITOP UPS1600 DeviceOutputVoltage Float AnalogItemType Maximum output voltage DeviceP1LinkLed...
  • Page 171 Description AlarmBatteryTest Boolean PropertyType Battery 'state of health' (SOH) tests are in progress. Output of SITOP UPS1600 is connected to the battery to detect the actual capacity of the battery. AlarmBufferMode Boolean PropertyType Buffer mode not possible - check settings, cabling, fuse, and...
  • Page 172: Battery

    Setpoint charge is no longer sufficient. Buffering is stopped. BufferingValid Float AnalogItemType When the SITOP UPS1600 is in buffer mode, time for which SupplyVoltage the input voltage must be OK again before SITOP UPS1600 TimeSetpoint buffering is stopped and connected devices are operated again with input supply.
  • Page 173: Charging

    When input voltage returns during buffering, the output is switched off for a configurable time in order to reset con- nected devices ResetTimerSetpoint Byte AnalogItemType Time for which the output of SITOP UPS1600 is switched off when connected devices are reset. ResistorTestInterval Byte AnalogItemType Battery test interval Setpoint 3.8.6.12...
  • Page 174: Identification

    Shows the alarm history. ShowPending Method Method Shows the list of active alarms. AlarmList UpdateFirmware Method Method Updates the firmware. UploadAlarmHistory Method Method Uploads the alarm history. UploadCertificate Method Method Uploads a certificate. SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 175: Network

    String PropertyType NTP server address 4 NTPUpdateIntervall UInt32 AnalogItemType Setpoint NTP client status Display name Data type Definition Description NTPLastSynchronisa- PropertyType Last synchronization instant tionTime NTPNextSynchronisa- PropertyType Next synchronization instant tionTime read only SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 176: Opc Ua

    OPC UA server port Setpoint OPCUAUnencrypted Boolean PropertyType Unencrypted access activated AccessEnable Setpoint 3.8.6.19 ParameterSet All variables of the SITOP UPS1600 are listed together under the "ParameterSet" node. 3.8.6.20 PROFINET Display name Data type Definition Description PNARSetupLocked Boolean PropertyType AR configuration locked...
  • Page 177 Battery replacement finished - counters have been reset FInished AlarmBatteryChange Boolean PropertyType Battery replacement started by user Started AlarmBattery Boolean PropertyType Communication with formerly known battery is no longer CommunicationFault possible - check communication SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 178 Boolean PropertyType Battery defective - check fuse and battery voltages AlarmBattery Boolean PropertyType Battery defective - replace battery ParametersCorrupt AlarmBattery Boolean PropertyType Battery temperature too high - battery life will be shortened TemperatureHigh SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 179: Usermanagement

    Display name Data type Definition Description AddUser Method Method Adds a user. ChangeUserPassword Method Method Changes the password for the user. DeleteUser Method Method Deletes the user. UsermanagementUser SitopUserType SitopUserType 1 … 16 SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 180: Web Server

    Name of the company that manufactured the device Model LocalizedText PropertyType ModuleItemNumber UInt32 PropertyType OrderNumber String[20] PropertyType RevisionCounter Int32 PropertyType Incremental counter that specifies how often the static data in the device was modified. SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 181: Opc Ua Performance

    ● Load a valid configuration to the device via OPC UA. Ensure that the necessary user account is available in the device for access via OPC UA. The latter can be created using a web server, see Chapter Web server (Page 148). SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 182 Engineering and remote access 3.8 OPC UA server SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 183: Troubleshooting

    Wrong battery number Attempting to retrieve data about a battery which does not exist or is not connected. Wrong address Wrong Flash address in software update - software update file is corrupt. SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 184 Unknown battery Data from the battery cannot be read correctly. Battery is de- fective or not supported by SIEMENS. Overcurrent Output current of UPS1600 is too high. Output will be switched off for 20s. The output will be switched on again after 20s.
  • Page 185 Battery replacement finished - counters have been reset ished (battery index: {1:d}) Battery replacement can- Battery replacement canceled - battery parameters are not celed (battery index: {1:d}) reset Fuse is defective (battery Fuse is defective. index: {1:d}) SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 186: Hardware Fault

    • UPS1600 output shuts down Response from V2.0.4 or V2.1 and higher: The output is only shut down for a software error (internal software error, software update not completed, software checksum is incorrect). SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 187: Mounting/Removing

    Removal (example 6EP4136-3AB00-2AY0) (Page 188)) and disengage the device at the bottom edge of the standard mounting rail. Then you can remove the device from the upper edge of the standard mounting rail. SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 188: Signal Connector

    Push connector on socket in the housing. Removal To remove the signal connector, press the release lever (4b) (see Figure 5-2 Mounting/removal: Signal connector (Page 188)) and then remove the connector. Figure 5-2 Mounting/removal: Signal connector SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 189: Usb Connector

    (6a). Removal To remove the USB connector, press to release the strain relief (6b) (see Figure 5-3 Mounting/removal: USB connector (Page 189)) and then remove the connector. Figure 5-3 Mounting/removal: USB connector SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 190: Profinet/Ethernet Connector

    Push the connector onto the socket in the housing until the strain relief (5b) snaps into the housing (5a). Removal To remove the PROFINET/Ethernet connector, press to release the strain relief (5b) (see Figure 5-4 Mounting/removal: Ethernet (Page 190)) and then remove the connector. Figure 5-4 Mounting/removal: Ethernet SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 191: Sitop Ups1100

    (5 Ah) is only charged up to a maximum of 30 % of the nominal charge (to comply with transport regulations). Removal To remove the device, pull it forcibly downwards while removing it from the lower edge of the standard mounting rail (see Figure 5-5 Removal (example 6EP4133-0GB00-0AY0 (3,2 Ah)) SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 192 Mounting/removing 5.2 SITOP UPS1100 (Page 192)). Then you can remove the device from the upper edge of the standard mounting rail. Figure 5-5 Removal (example 6EP4133-0GB00-0AY0 (3,2 Ah)) SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 193: Mounting Position, Mounting Clearances

    No clearance is required at the side. Output current as a function of the ambient temperature Figure 6-1 6EP4134-3AB00-... Output current in the standard mounting position Figure 6-2 6EP4136-3AB00-... Output current in the standard mounting position SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 194 Mounting position, mounting clearances 6.1 SITOP UPS1600 Figure 6-3 6EP4137-3AB00-... Output current in the standard mounting position SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 195: Other Mounting Positions

    Particularly when installing on a vertically fastened standard mounting rail, additional measures may be required, e.g. to prevent the device from slipping on the standard mounting rail. 6.1.2.1 6EP4134-3AB00-... Figure 6-4 6EP4134-3AB00-... Mounting position 1 Figure 6-5 6EP4134-3AB00-... Mounting position 2 SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 196 Mounting position, mounting clearances 6.1 SITOP UPS1600 Figure 6-6 6EP4134-3AB00-... Mounting position 3 Figure 6-7 6EP4134-3AB00-... Mounting position 4 Figure 6-8 6EP4134-3AB00-... Mounting position 5 SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 197: 6Ep4136-3Ab00

    Mounting position, mounting clearances 6.1 SITOP UPS1600 6.1.2.2 6EP4136-3AB00-... Figure 6-9 6EP4136-3AB00-... Mounting position 1 Figure 6-10 6EP4136-3AB00-... Mounting position 2 Figure 6-11 6EP4136-3AB00-... Mounting position 3 SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 198 Mounting position, mounting clearances 6.1 SITOP UPS1600 Figure 6-12 6EP4136-3AB00-... Mounting position 4 Figure 6-13 6EP4136-3AB00-... Mounting position 5 SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 199: 6Ep4137-3Ab00

    Mounting position, mounting clearances 6.1 SITOP UPS1600 6.1.2.3 6EP4137-3AB00-... Figure 6-14 6EP4137-3AB00-... Mounting position 1 Figure 6-15 6EP4137-3AB00-... Mounting position 2 Figure 6-16 6EP4137-3AB00-... Mounting position 3 SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 200 Mounting position, mounting clearances 6.1 SITOP UPS1600 Figure 6-17 6EP4137-3AB00-... Mounting position 4 Figure 6-18 6EP4137-3AB00-... Mounting position 5 SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 201: Sitop Ups1100

    All mounting positions have been released, except the following: For UPS1100 1.2 Ah: Mounting position (2) (see the following diagram) all other UPS1100: Mounting position (5) (see the following diagram) Figure 6-19 Mounting positions forbidden for the UPS1100 SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 202: Altitude Derating

    Details see chapter Environmental conditions (Page 225) Note Only applies to the UPS1600. For UPS1100 (with the exception of UPS1100 2.5 Ah) operation at altitudes of 4000 m above sea level is not permissible. SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 203: Installation

    UPS1600 and fuse inserted in the UPS1100), it should be taken into account that an additional discharge current of 300 µA flows. SITOP UPS1100 1.2 Ah is only recommended in conjunction with SITOP UPS1600 10 A. SITOP UPS1100 2.5 Ah, 3.2 Ah and 5 Ah are only recommended in conjunction with SITOP UPS1600 10 A and 20 A.
  • Page 204 Installation Figure 7-1 Wiring SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 205: Connecting The Sitop Ups1600 At Its Input

    7.1 Connecting the SITOP UPS1600 at its input Connecting the SITOP UPS1600 at its input SITOP UPS1600 is designed to be connected to a 24 V DC supply. The 24 V supply voltage must be SELV in accordance with EN60950-1 and EN50178.
  • Page 206: Connecting The Bat Sitop Ups1600

    The "BAT+" and "BAT-" connections (see Figure BAT connection (Page 206)) are used to connect the SITOP UPS1600 with one or more SITOP UPS1100 battery modules. Ensure that the cables are dimensioned correctly for the maximum output current rms value of the SITOP UPS1600.
  • Page 207: Sitop Ups1100 Connections

    Connections 7/12 Ah ① Connection X1 The connections "X1+" and "X1-" are used to transfer power between the SITOP UPS1600 and the SITOP UPS1100. 1. Ensure that the cables are dimensioned corresponding to the fuses in the SITOP UPS1100 and the impedances between SITOP UPS1600 and SITOP UPS1100 are the same.
  • Page 208: Maintenance

    ③ 4. Remove fuse 5. Replace the batteries. 6. Press the button for at least 2 s ④ stops flashing and lights continuously. 7. Insert the fuse. 8. Close the cover (screw). SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 209 ● Buffer time counter ● Summed charge current ● Summed load current ● Calculated capacity Note Replace the battery only in normal operation, not in backup operation. Figure 7-5 Maintenance Figure 7-6 Wiring schematic SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 210 Installation 7.7 Maintenance SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 211: Technical Data

    Approx. 46 A in rated at the maximum charge cur- at the maximum charge cur- at the maximum charge cur- rent (3 A) rent (4 A) rent (5 A) Reverse polarity protec- tion SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 212: Sitop Ups1100

    Charge current ● The charge current is limited by the maximum permissible charge current of the UPS1600 (see Chapter SITOP UPS1600 (Page 213)) ● When a battery module is connected, the charge current is max. 0.3C A. ● For several battery modules connected in parallel, the max. charge current is 0.3C A multiplied by the number of batteries connected in parallel.
  • Page 213: Output Data

    40 °C - or if the input voltage at the UPS1600 is less than 24 V. Derating: 10 A: 3 A→2 A 20 A: 4 A→3 A 40 A: 5 A→3 A SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 214: Sitop Ups1100

    The lead acid batteries are fully charged when the device is delivered. The LiFePo battery (5 Ah) is only supplied charged up to a maximum of 30 % of the nominal charge (to comply with transport regulations). SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 215: Backup Times

    6EP4137-3AB00-2AY0 (40 A) 6EP4137-3AB00-1AY0 (40 A) Efficiency at U , approx. 98.5 % 98.3 % in rated out rated Power loss at U , approx. 15 W 17 W in rated out rated SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 216: Protection And Monitoring

    Reverse polarity pro- tection MTBF 6EP4134-3AB00- ... (10 A) 6EP4136-3AB00- ... (20 A) 6EP4137-3AB00- ... (40 A) Mean Time Between Failures SN29500: > 320000 h at 40 °C, rated load, 24h operation SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 217: Mechanical System

    Technical data 8.7 Mechanical system Mechanical system 8.7.1 SITOP UPS1600 Table 8- 4 SITOP UPS1600 10 A / 20 A 6EP4134-3AB00- ... (10 A) 6EP4136-3AB00- ... (20 A) ... -0AY0 ... -1AY0 ... -2AY0 ... -0AY0 ... -1AY0 ... -2AY0...
  • Page 218: Sitop Ups1100

    184.3 mm Weight, approx. 1.9 kg 3.7 kg 3.8 kg Product feature / of the housing / housing that can be lined up next to one another Type of mounting / wall mounting SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 219 Type of mounting / wall mounting Type of mounting / rail mounting Type of mounting / S7-300 rail mounting Mounting Wall mounting, can be Wall mounting snapped onto standard TH35x15 mounting rails (EN 60715) SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 220: Dimension Drawing

    CAD data that can be downloaded from the Internet: 6EP4134-3AB00-0AY0 (http://www.automation.siemens.com/bilddb/index.aspx?objKey=G_KT01_XX_00813) 6EP4134-3AB00-1AY0 (http://www.automation.siemens.com/bilddb/index.aspx?objKey=G_KT01_XX_00816) 6EP4134-3AB00-2AY0 (http://www.automation.siemens.com/bilddb/index.aspx?objKey=G_KT01_XX_00819) 6EP4136-3AB00-0AY0 (http://www.automation.siemens.com/bilddb/index.aspx?objKey=G_KT01_XX_00810) 6EP4136-3AB00-1AY0 (http://www.automation.siemens.com/bilddb/index.aspx?objKey=G_KT01_XX_00807) 6EP4136-3AB00-2AY0 (http://www.automation.siemens.com/bilddb/index.aspx?objKey=G_KT01_XX_00804) 6EP4137-3AB00-0AY0 (http://www.automation.siemens.com/bilddb/index.aspx?objKey=G_KT01_XX_01019) 6EP4137-3AB00-1AY0 (http://www.automation.siemens.com/bilddb/index.aspx?objKey=G_KT01_XX_01022) 6EP4137-3AB00-2AY0 (http://www.automation.siemens.com/bilddb/index.aspx?objKey=G_KT01_XX_01025) 6EP4131-0GB00-0AY0 (http://www.automation.siemens.com/bilddb/index.aspx?objKey=G_KT01_XX_00829) 6EP4132-0GB00-0AY0 (http://www.automation.siemens.com/bilddb/index.aspx?objKey=G_KT01_XX_01013) 6EP4133-0GB00-0AY0 (http://www.automation.siemens.com/bilddb/index.aspx?objKey=G_KT01_XX_00832) 6EP4134-0GB00-0AY0 (http://www.automation.siemens.com/bilddb/index.aspx?objKey=G_KT01_XX_00835) 6EP4135-0GB00-0AY0 (http://www.automation.siemens.com/bilddb/index.aspx?objKey=G_KT01_XX_01016) 6EP4133-0JB00-0AY0 (http://www.automation.siemens.com/bilddb/index.aspx?objKey=G_KT01_XX_01105) SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 221: Safety, Approvals, Emc

    6EP4134-3AB00- ..., 6EP4136-3AB00- ..., 6EP4137-3AB00- ... 6EP4131-0GB00- ..., 6EP4132-0GB00- ..., 6EP4133-0GB00- ..., 6EP4134-0GB00- ..., 6EP4135-0GB00- ..., 6EP4133-0JB00- ... Protection class Class III Degree of protection (EN IP20 60529) Test voltage See Table 9-1 Test voltage (Page 222) SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 222: Test Voltage

    1500 VAC Production test 200 VDC 140 VAC Field test 200 VDC 2200 VDC 140 VAC 1500 VAC Remark: Tripping current for DC measurement: 0 mA Tripping current for AC measurement: <100 mA SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 223: Approvals

    895 - 905 MHz and 1.89 GHz 10 V/m High-speed transient disturbance EN 61000-4-4 2 kV at DC input/output variables (burst) Surge voltages EN 61000-4-5 500 V symmetrical/unsymmetrical at the DC input/output, 1 kV un- symmetrical at signal connections SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 224 EN 61000-4-6 10 V; 0.15 - 80 MHz Magnetic fields EN 61000-4-8 Not applicable Emitted interference EN 55022 Class B Generic standards EN 61000-6-2 Immunity for industrial environments EN 61000-6-3 Emission for residential areas SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 225: Environmental Conditions

    -7.5 % / 1000 m or the ambient temperature must be reduced by 5 K / 1000 m see Figure 6-20 Altitude derating (Page 202) Storage: 1080 - 660 hPa (-1000 - 3500 m) • SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 226 3.5 mm deflection in the range 5 – 9 Hz 1 g acceleration in the range 9 – 150 Hz EN 60068-2-27 shock, test Ea: • acceleration 150 m/s , test duration 11 ms SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 227 -7.5 % / 1000 m - or reduction of the ambient temperature by 5 K / 1000 m see Figure 6-20 Altitude derating (Page 202) Storage: 1080 - 660 hPa (-1000 - 3500 m) • SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 228 Environmental conditions SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 229: Environment

    Packaging and packaging aids can and should always be recycled. The product itself may not be disposed of as domestic refuse. Note The rechargeable batteries must be disposed of, discharged according to the applicable regulations. SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 230 Environment SITOP UPS1600 / UPS1100 Manual, 04.2017, A5E37775406-8-76...
  • Page 231: Service & Support

    Technical support for all IA/DT products can be accessed through the following communication channels: ● Telephone: + 49 (0) 911 895 7222 ● Internet: Online support request form (http://www.siemens.de/automation/support-request) Technical documentation on the Internet Operating instructions and manuals for SITOP are available in the Internet: Operating instructions/manuals (http://www.siemens.com/sitop/manuals)
  • Page 232 Service & Support Contact persons If you have any questions regarding the use of our products, then contact the Siemens contact person in your regional Siemens sales office. You can find these addresses as follows: ● On the Internet (http://www.automation.siemens.com/partner) ●...