AEG PROTECT 1 Series Operating Instructions Manual

AEG PROTECT 1 Series Operating Instructions Manual

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UPS OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
PROTECT 1.
PROTECT 1.100
PROTECT 1.150
PROTECT 1.200

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  • Page 1 UPS OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS PROTECT 1. PROTECT 1.100 PROTECT 1.150 PROTECT 1.200...
  • Page 3 Thank you for deciding to purchase the PROTECT 1. UPS from AEG Power Supply Systems. The following safety instructions are an important part of the operating instructions are will protect you against problems from operating errors and possible dangers. Please...
  • Page 4: Notes On These Operating Instructions

    Subsequent claims cannot be considered. The warranty does not apply for damage caused by non- compliance with these instructions (such damage also includes damage to the warranty seal). AEG will accept no liability for...
  • Page 5 AEG will rescind all obligations such as warranty agreements, service contracts, etc. entered into by AEG or its representatives without prior notice in the event of maintenance and repair work being carried out with anything other than original AEG parts or spare parts purchased from AEG.
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Notes on these Operating Instructions ......4 General Information ............8 Technology ..............8 System Description..........10 Technical data ............12 Safety Regulations............16 Important Instructions and Explanations ....16 Accident Prevention Regulations ......16 Qualified Personnel ..........17 Safety Instructions for PROTECT 1......17 CE certificate ............21 Set-up................22 Unpacking and inspection ........22 Transport to installation site........23...
  • Page 7 5.4.2 Connection of the battery cubicle PROTECT 1. BP20 ..............36 Mechanical blocking of the PROTECT 1....37 Start-Up................38 Operating modes .............39 6.1.1 Normal operation ..........39 6.1.2 Battery Operation / Autonomous Operation ..40 6.1.3 Bypass operation ..........42 6.1.4 Manual bypass...........44 6.1.5 Unit overload............45 Interfaces and communication........46 Computer interface RS232........46 Communication Slot ..........46...
  • Page 8: General Information

    2 General Information Technology PROTECT 1. Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) for essential loads such as small data centres, servers, network components, telecommunications equipment and similar units. It consists of: ♦ Mains filter with overvoltage protection (appliance protection / class D) and mains energy backfeed protection ♦...
  • Page 9 Manueller Service - Bypass Manual service bypass Elektron. Verriegelung Electronic locking Netzfilter Mains filter Last Load Netz Mains Filter Filter Gleichrichter Rectifier Wechselrichter Inverter DC/ DC Booster DC/DC booster Ladegleichrichter Battery charger DSP Regelungslogik DSP control logic Komponentendarstellung Component diagram Batteriesystem (extern) Battery system (external) RS 232 SNMP...
  • Page 10: System Description

    System Description The UPS is connected between the public utility mains and the loads to be protected. The power section of the rectifier converts the mains voltage to DC voltage for supplying the inverter. The circuit technology used (PFC) enables sinusoidal current consumption and therefore operation with little system disturbance.
  • Page 11 The greatest possible supply reliability of connected loads is attained by the parallel connection of up to max. three PROTECT 1. systems. technology thus guarantees maximum reliability through up to double active redundancy on the one hand as well as on the other hand the possibility of increased power with simple redundancy or even only higher UPS power without any redundancy.
  • Page 12: Technical Data

    Technical Data Type rating 10000 VA (cos ϕ = 0.7 ind.) PROTECT 1.100 7000 W 15000 VA (cos ϕ = 0.7 ind.) PROTECT 1.150 10500 W 20000 VA (cos ϕ = 0.7 ind.) PROTECT 1.200 14000 W UPS input 3ph~ / N / PE Rated connection voltage 400 V/ 230 VAC Voltage range without...
  • Page 13 Overload behaviour Up to 105% continuous; with mains supply > 105% – < 130% for 10 min. 130% for 1 s Following this, automatic, uninterrupted switchover to integrated bypass (SBS). Switch-off after 1 min if overload continues to be present. (Switch back if overload decreases = load <...
  • Page 14 Communication Interfaces RS232 Sub-D (9-pin) Additionally: Communication slot for expansions (e.g. AS/400 / USB / remote signal indicator / SNMP, …) Shutdown software on CD “CompuWatch” for all common operating systems, e.g. Windows, Linux, Mac, Unix, FreeBSD, Novell, Sun General data Classification VFI SS 111 acc.
  • Page 15 Height(m) 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 Output 100% power Housing colour: Blackline Weight: PROTECT 1. 100 39 kg PROTECT 1. 150 55 kg PROTECT 1. 200 55 kg PROTECT 1. 100 BP 135 kg PROTECT 1. BP20 170 kg Dimensions W x H x D: PROTECT 1.100/1.150/1.200 260 mm x 717 mm x 670 mm PROTECT 1.100 BP...
  • Page 16: Safety Regulations

    Safety Regulations Important Instructions and Explanations The instructions for operation and maintenance, as well as the following safety regulations must be complied with to ensure the safety of personnel as well as the continued availability of the unit. All personnel installing/dismantling, starting up, operating or servicing the units must be familiar with and observe these safety regulations.
  • Page 17: Qualified Personnel

    ♦ Verify that the unit is disconnected from the power supply ♦ Earth and short-circuit the unit ♦ Provide protection by covers or barriers for any neighbouring live parts Qualified Personnel The PROTECT 1. may only be transported, installed, connected and serviced by qualified personnel who are familiar with the pertinent safety and installation regulations.
  • Page 18 The PROTECT 1. may only be operated with or connected to a three-phase power system with protective grounding using a mains connection cable with PE conductor that has been tested according to German standards (VDE). Risk of burning! The battery has powerful short-circuit currents. Incorrect connection or isolation faults can lead to melting of the plug connections, sparking potential and severe burns!
  • Page 19 ♦ Do not connect household appliances such as hairdryers to the UPS! Also take care when working with motor loads. It is essential to avoid back-feeding the inverter, e.g. if the load is intermittently operated in regenerative mode. Danger! Electric shocks! Even after the mains voltage has been disconnected, the components within the UPS remain connected to the battery and can thus...
  • Page 20 Avoid using multiple outlet adapters with a central on/off switch as protection against uncontrolled load switch-off as well as for avoiding peak inrush currents. Switch OFF the UPS using its main switch if you do not intend to use it for some time. PROTECT 1. must be switched off every evening if the electricity supply in your company is switched off every night.
  • Page 21: Ce Certificate

    CE Certificate...
  • Page 22: Set-Up

    AEG representative or dealer within eight days of delivery. Check that the delivery is complete: ♦...
  • Page 23: Transport To Installation Site

    Please keep plastic packaging bags away from babies and children in order to safeguard against suffocation accidents. Handle the components with care. Please take into account the weight. It may be necessary to engage the help of a second person. Transport to Installation Site The PROTECT 1.
  • Page 24 ♦ The contact surface must be smooth and level. It must also be sufficiently strong and sturdy to avoid vibration and shocks. ♦ Make sure that the mounting is able to support the weight, especially in conjunction with external battery units (special accessories).
  • Page 25: Overview: Connections, Operating / Display Elements

    Overview: Connections, Operating / Display Elements 4.4.1 Front view PROTECT 1.100 PROTECT 1.150 PROTECT 1.200 PROTECT 1.100BP PROTECT 1.BP20...
  • Page 26: Display

    4.4.2 Display OFF pushbutton ON pushbutton / alarm off Orange-coloured Bypass LED Green Inverter LED Orange-coloured Battery LED Green Line LED 7 – 11. Bar graph LED (7-10 green, 11 orange-coloured) for UPS capacity utilisation or remaining battery capacity LED load (0-35%) battery capacity (96-100%) LED load (36-55%) battery capacity (76-95%)
  • Page 27: Rear View (Connections)

    4.4.3 Rear view (connections): PROTECT 1.100 L2 L3 JP1 JP2 L PROTECT 1.150 / 1.200 L1 L2 L3...
  • Page 28 Explanations: Connection terminal cover for mains/UPS input (1.1) and output (1.3), additional pair of terminals for setting individual or parallel operation (1.2); Battery connection terminals (PROTECT 1.150 / 1.200) Mains input miniature circuit breaker Manual bypass switch Socket for external battery module (PROTECT 1.100) or connection terminals for external battery (PROTECT 1.150/1.200) Connectors for parallel operation...
  • Page 29: Electrical Connection

    Electrical Connection Caution Prior to commencing work, ensure that the connection cables are de-energised and that it is not possible to activate the power supply. In order to avoid deformation of the supporting rail and to protect the base of the connection terminal against torsional forces, it is advisable to hold the cable in position when tightening the clamping screw.
  • Page 30: Safety Of Personnel

    Safety of Personnel Note the following points when setting up the UPS system and its external battery units (special accessories): ♦ Disconnect the unit from the power supply ♦ Secure the unit against being switched back on ♦ Verify that the unit is disconnected from the power supply ♦...
  • Page 31: Connection Cross-Sections And Fuse Protection

    ♦ Mount the connection cover of the cable clamping unit. 5.2.2 Connection Cross-Sections and Fuse Protection The required dimensions can be found in the following table: PROTECT PROTECT PROTECT 1.100 1.150 * 1.200 * Max. current consumption (bypass) Incoming mains cable min.
  • Page 32: Mains Connection

    Mains Connection 5.3.1 Preparation for the three-phase mains connection Before connection work is performed on the UPS, make sure that: ♦ The values of the nominal voltage (supply) and frequency match those on the nameplate of the UPS. ♦ The earth connection matches the prescribed IEC standards or the local regulations, ♦...
  • Page 33: Preparation Of The Output Cabling

    ♦ Put the mains input miniature circuit breaker (no. 2, p. 27/28) in the “OFF” position. Connect the UPS terminal “ / PE “ (earth) with corresponding earth terminal in the distribution cabinet. Connect the supply cable from the MI distribution to the terminals 1.1 of the UPS that are marked with “INPUT”: / PE Ground...
  • Page 34: Connection Of The Loads

    5.3.4 Connection of the Loads In order to ensure the safety of personnel during installation work, make sure that the connections are made under the following conditions: ♦ No mains voltage present. ♦ The loads are switched off. ♦ UPS is switched off (display completely blank). To disconnect the PROTECT 1., carry out the following steps: ♦...
  • Page 35: Connection Of The Battery Cubicle

    5.4.1 Connection of the Battery Cubicle PROTECT 1.100 BP This battery cubicle completely preconfigured. connection to the UPS unit is ready to be plugged in as a result of the supplied battery connection cable. PROTECT 1.100 with 1 battery unit PROTECT 1.100 BP PROTECT 1.100 BP is only intended for connection to the UPS type PROTECT 1.100.
  • Page 36: Bp20

    5.4.2 Connection of the Battery Cubicle PROTECT 1. BP20 Fig.: Rear view of the PROTECT 1.BP20 with cover removed. The battery cubicle is supplied with a separate battery string and separately enclosed battery fuses for safety and transport protection reasons. Please also note...
  • Page 37: Mechanical Blocking Of The Protect 1

    If the battery cubicle is used in connection with the PROTECT 1.1.50 or PROTECT 1.200, the strain relief is implemented with clamps. The battery system can now be activated. To do this, insert the two fuses As the last step, fasten each cover that was initially removed. Fig.: PROTECT 1.BP20 in connection with the PROTECT 1.100 PROTECT 1.100 &...
  • Page 38: Start-Up

    Start-Up Compare the setting of the nominal output voltage of the UPS with the rated voltage valid in your country. The factory presetting is 230 V. Changes to 220 VAC or 240 VAC can be made with the software “CompuWatch”. Switching on the PROTECT 1.
  • Page 39: Operating Modes

    Please shut down the entire system again if you cannot solve a problem that occurs. To do this, press the OFF pushbutton for approx. 2 seconds. Disconnect the UPS from the mains by actuating the mains input miniature circuit breaker (no. 2, p.
  • Page 40: Battery Operation / Autonomous Operation

    Once you have connected the UPS to a suitable mains connection, you can start operation using the UPS main switch. Normally, the UPS operates continuously. The UPS now supplies the output with voltage, which is signalled by the mains symbol (Line LED) and the inverter symbol (Inverter LED) being lit.
  • Page 41 Energiefluss bei gestörtem Netz Power circuit with faulty mains supply Handumgehungspfad Manual bypass path Netz Mains Netzeingangssicherungsautomat Mains input miniature circuit breaker Lade GR Load REC Handumgehung Manual bypass Gesicherte Schiene Secured busbar Schematische Darstellung Schematic diagram Batterie Battery Verbraucher Load The mains is not within the required tolerance range or has failed.
  • Page 42: Bypass Operation

    automatically. The supply of the inverter through the mains is resumed and the battery charger charges the battery. The bar graph LED (LED chain above the pictograph) indicates the remaining battery capacity during this operating mode (see chapter 8, p. 48 ff). 6.1.3 Bypass Operation Energiefluss bei...
  • Page 43 Bypass Line Inverter Battery This so-called passive redundancy protects against the total failure of the voltage supply on the secured busbar; however, in this operating mode, mains faults would directly affect the load. As a result, the electronics continuously attempt to switch back to "online"...
  • Page 44: Manual Bypass

    6.1.4 Manual Bypass Energiefluss bei aktivierter Handumgehung Power circuit with activated manual bypass Handumgehungspfad Manual bypass path Netz Mains Netzeingangssicherungsautomat Mains input miniature circuit breaker Lade GR Load REC Handumgehung Manual bypass Gesicherte Schiene Secured busbar Schematische Darstellung Schematic diagram Batterie Battery Verbraucher...
  • Page 45: Unit Overload

    6.1.5 Unit overload The load on the UPS should never exceed the specified rated load of the unit. If a unit overload occurs nevertheless (from 105% of the specified unit rated load) then the Fault LED lights up and an acoustic signal sounds (twice per second).
  • Page 46: Interfaces And Communication

    The interface protocol is designed for operation with the "CompuWatch" shutdown and UPS management software from AEG. Use the supplied RS232 communication cable to connect your PC. Plug the cable into a corresponding serial port on your PC.
  • Page 47 The "CompuWatch" shutdown software supports different operating systems, e.g. Windows 98SE/ME, Windows NT/2000/XP, Windows Vista, Linux SUSE, Linux RedHat, Novell Netware, IBM AIX, HP-UX, SUN Solaris, Mac OS, and others. Example of a “CompuWatch” screen Refer to the manual on the CD for details about installing the software various operating...
  • Page 48: Displays And Troubleshooting

    Displays and Troubleshooting 8.1.1 Signalling OFF pushbutton Press the button for approx. 2 seconds to switch off the UPS. ON button: Press the button for approx. 2 seconds to switch the UPS on. Deactivate acoustic alarm: Press the button during the alarm for approx.
  • Page 49 Line LED (mains status): The green LED lights up when the mains voltage present is within the specified tolerance range. If this LED flashes, either the UPS connection has an incorrect pin assignment (observe phase sequence / neutral conductor connection position) or the mains is outside of the specified tolerance range.
  • Page 50: Overview Table Of Led Displays / Acoustic Warning Signals

    8.1.2 Overview Table of LED Displays / Acoustic Warning Signals LED display (see chapter 8 on page 47) Warning No. Operating mode signal 0% – 35% none utilisation 36% – 55% none utilisation 56% – 75% none utilisation 76% – 95% none utilisation 96% –...
  • Page 51 Overview table of LED displays / warning signals, cont. LED display (see chapter 8 on page 47) Warning No. Operating mode signal Short-circuit output Continuous side warning signal BUS voltage Continuous abnormal warning signal DC circuit faulty; 1 acoustic poss. battery fault signal per sec.
  • Page 52: Faults

    Faults PROTECT 1. outputs detailed error messages by means of which you or the service personnel can quickly and accurately localise and interpret any malfunctions that occur. You can find suggestions for action / solutions in the following to correct problems using error descriptions according to chapter 8.1.2: 8.2.1 Error Messages...
  • Page 53 Message / display Cause Solution Duration of the Batteries not Charge the batteries for emergency power completely charged at least the recharging supply shorter than / batteries aged or time acc. to chapter 2.3, setpoint. faulty. and check their capacity. If the problem remains, contact your dealer.
  • Page 54: Parallel Operation

    Parallel Operation Principle of Operation PROTECT 1. has been designed for parallel operation with n+x technology (“n” here stands for the number of units required for load supply, “x” for the degree of redundancy). Up to 3 units of the same type can be connected in parallel here to increase the output power and/or achieve higher availability.
  • Page 55: Set-Up / Connection Of Parallel Operation Board

    Such a parallel board can be purchased in a wall housing incl. external HU as well as feeder and load distribution board from AEG Power Supply Systems via your specialist dealer. Set-up / Connection of Parallel Operation Board The mains connection of each individual UPS takes place in the same way as described in chapter 5.
  • Page 56 The UPS outputs are each connected with the parallel operation busbar via an isolator. The instructions from chapter 5 apply here too. The following always holds true for the UPS input and output conductors: The difference in length in conductors up to 20 m per UPS can be max.
  • Page 57: Operation Of The Ups In A Parallel System

    6. If you have obtained the parallel operation board from AEG Power Supply Systems, you can find further special instructions there. The displays in the parallel system function the same way as described for the individual UPS units in chapter 8.
  • Page 58 Now actuate the mains input miniature circuit breakers (no. 2, p. 27/28) on each UPS one after the other. Move them to the "ON" position. Move the “maintenance switch” manual bypass switches (no. 3, p. 27/28) on the back of each UPS to the “UPS”...
  • Page 59: Changes To The Parallel System

    When the displays are lit as described, switch on your loads one after the other. When doing this, take care not to exceed the maximum permitted load capacity of the UPS systems. Also take into account the reserve capacities if active redundancy should be required.
  • Page 60: 10 Maintenance

    10 Maintenance The PROTECT 1. consists of state-of-the-art, non-wearing components. We do, however, recommend visual checks (above all battery and fan checks) at regular intervals (at least every 6 months) to maintain continuous availability and operational reliability. CAUTION! Ensure that the work area is cordoned off and always observe the safety instructions! 10.1 Charging the Battery...
  • Page 61: Checking The Battery

    CAUTION! PROTECT 1. must be disconnected from the power supply prior to carrying out the following work. If large quantities of dust have accumulated, the unit should, as a precaution, be cleaned with dry compressed air, in order to ensure adequate heat dissipation. The intervals at which visual checks should be performed are largely determined by the site conditions.
  • Page 62: 11 Storage, Dismantling And Disposal

    11 Storage, Dismantling and Disposal 11.1 Storage Long storage times without charging discharging the battery at regular intervals may lead to permanent damage of the battery. If the battery is stored at room temperature (20 C to 30 C), it will automatically discharge at a rate of 3-6% per month due to internal reactions.
  • Page 63: 12 List Of Terms

    12 List of Terms 12.1 Technical terminology DC/DC booster Circuit technology for increasing a DC voltage to a higher voltage level Static Bypass Switch Appliance protection Term from overvoltage technology Classic mains overvoltage protection consists of a lightning surge arrester (class B), overvoltage protection (class C) and, finally, the so-called appliance protection (class D) –...
  • Page 64 Guarantee Certificate Type: …….……………….…............Unit number: ………….…..…………….......::::::: Date of purchase: ……………………...……………………. Dealer stamp / signature Errors and changes excepted. AEG Power Supply Systems GmbH Emil-Siepmann-Straße 32 D-59581 Warstein-Belecke Germany Operating Instructions BAL 8000019452 EN AEG0707DE...

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