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PowerSuite

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Compack Smartpack

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356807.063

Eltek Valere
, -
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Eltek Valere
: Eltek Valere, 2009

NS-EN ISO 14001 Certified

NS-EN ISO 9001 Certified

Certificate No:
11276-2007-AE-NOR-NA

356807.063 3.0z, 2009


2008-05-27

Certificate No:
4072-2007-AQ-NOR-NA


PowerSuite 3
PowerSuite.............................................................................................. 3
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PowerSuite ............................................................... 3
Smartpack................................................................ 3
PowerSuite................................................................................................ 3
PowerSuite ......................................................................................... 3
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PowerSuite .................................................................................. 3
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Power Explorer ............................................................... 3
(Alarm Monitor) .............................................................................. 3
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Frequently Asked Questions........................................................................................ 3
About Eltek Valere .................................................................................................................... 3
Compliance to International Standards........................................................................ 3
Forefront Telecom Power Products ............................................................................. 3

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CAN- ................................................................... 3
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Rectifier Functions......................................................... ! .
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Battery Functions........................................................... ! .

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Control System Functions.............................................. ! .
CAN bus Addressing................................................................................................... 3
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The Smartpack Controller - Overview ........................................................................ 3
The Smartnode Control Unit - Overview .................................................................... 3
The Battery Monitor Control Unit - Overview............................................................ 3
The Load Monitor Control Unit - Overview ............................................................... 3
The I/O Monitor Control Unit - Overview .................................................................. 3
Alarm Monitors ........................................................................................................... 3
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, . The Toolbar
3.



.
o

, -
,
: Reference Voltage

Configuration tab 3.
: Boost Voltage:

Boost tab 3
Battery Test
End Voltage:
. ,
,
, . Test tab 3

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PowerSuite
Rectifier Standby
Voltage:

Rectifier Overview dialog box 3
LVBD Battery
Disconnect and Reconnect Voltages:
LVBD LVBD dialog box
3

- Rectifier OVS limit, Configuration
tab 3



System Configuration , . The Toolbar
3.
,
.

: ,

PowerSuite .
OK
, ,
,

, . Access Levels
3.
,
.

54

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PowerSuite

Smartpack
Smartpack ,
.

, .

Nominal Voltage (float)- ()


,
, ,
48V, 24V or 60V

()
,
BatteryRemCap
BatteryTimeLeft /
,
. Status tab 3


,
BatteryTemp-
, .
Status tab 3


, , Smartpack


, <-48V> <-48V>

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PowerSuite
,

.
, ,
Smartpack

(48V 60V ).
, <-48V> <48V>
o

(Contactor Operation)
, ( )

.
Power Systems
Operation Mode 141

,
,
.


, OK

, -
,


Restore Settings tab
Restore Settings-
, .

56

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PowerSuite


( )

: Eltek
Valere
, ,
. (Set Default
Calib)
o


( )

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PowerSuite

. OK
.

CAN
bus


, .

Power Explorer ,
.


Tools Menu 3.

48V
Systems
48V

48V.
.
.

24V
24V

24V.
.



The Toolbar 3

Battery Test Results dialog box 3.

(Event Log button)


The
Toolbar 3
Control System Event Log tab 3.
Type of Logs in PowerSuite 3.

58

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PowerSuite

(Alarms Overview
dialog box)
Alarms Overview
The Toolbar 3.
,
, :
,
.
Drag-and-drop,


.


.

,
.
, .
,
:
o

,
, ,
, .

-Cancel button
OK ( )

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59

PowerSuite

Alarm
Monitors ( 3) Alarm Output Groups ( !
.), .
,
Power Explorer pane (1) 3.
<<< Alarms Overview dialog box
3.

(
)
Configuration .

,
.

NOTICE:
,
. , ProgInput 81.1
Control Unit Input
Handler tab 3 Major Alarm
Cooling AOG.

60

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PowerSuite

, , Cooling AOG.
,
, , OutDoorTemp81.1,
- , , , MajorHigh
, Cooling AOG
13 :

MajorHigh MinorHigh,
OutdoorTemp81.1

MajorHigh MinorHigh,
OutdoorTemp81.2

..

, Not Assigned
, : Event
OutdoorTemp81.1 Event
OutdoorTemp81.2.
, /
, Power Explorer pane (1)
3.
Alarm Monitors (
3) Alarm Output Groups ( ! .),
.
<<< Alarms Overview dialog box
3.

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PowerSuite

Assigning Alarm Monitor


Events to Alarm Output Groups
,
:


, ,

,
.
,
.
,
, .
Major Alarm ProgInput81.1
Cooling AOG
4 .

Apply
.
( )
, ( ),
.

, ,
Yes
.

62

, ,
, NO

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PowerSuite

.
o

OK

<<< Alarms Overview Configuration tab


3.

(Alarms Overview Outputs


tab)
Outputs .

,
.

:

. . Log In dialog box 19, "
" (Log In).
(LVBD OG)
(LVLD1 OG)
.

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PowerSuite

-
. ,
Smartpack.
. (
).
. ,
.
,
.
. Alarm Output Groups
- .

: Alarm Group
.
. ,
Alarm Relay Smartpack I/O Monitors (outdoor),
Phone Numbers Smartnode
How to Configure Alarm Output Groups
3.
,
:
o


Control Unit ,
.
.

Alarms Overview Configuration tab


3.
.

64

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PowerSuite


(Editing Alarm Output Groups Name and Output
Assignments)

,
:
1.

(
) .

2.

.

.

, - ,
,
, :
, :
(
),
.
, ON,
- OFF
: For example: Relay Output 2 Alarm
Generator AOG .
Relay Output 2
3.

" (Apply).
, ,
. F5,

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PowerSuite

.
, -
,

NOTICE: - Smartnode,
Smartnode:
.
,
,
Smartnode ,
.
Control Unit Modem Callback Setup tab 3.
<<< Alarms Overview Outputs tab
3


(Editing the Alarm Outputs Name and
Operation)
,

(/)
:

66

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(a)
, .

(Output configuration),
PowerSuite.

,
(Description) (
) (b).

,
(c) :
- < >. ,
, (
).
- < >. ,
, .
- < >. ,
.

Apply
, OK

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67

PowerSuite

:
, ..
(<Latched Contactor>).
< > (Normally Activated) <
> (Normally Deactivated).

: - Smartnode ,

( )
, -
,
<<< Alarms Overview Outputs tab
3.

68

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PowerSuite

Power Explorer
,
Power Explorer (. Program Window !
..)
Power Explorer
( Windows Explorer).
Power System 5
( ).
-- ( )
--
--
--
--
--
,
/ ,
Power Explorer pane (1) 3.

, , . Access Levels 3.

Power System

Power System Power Explorer.
,
/ ,
Power Explorer pane (1) 3.

, , . Access Levels 3.

General
.

.

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69

PowerSuite

- ( )
.
-
SmartPack.
- ,
,
.
, -
,

Security
.

,
.
, -
,

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PowerSuite




, .

Mains dialog box



Mains Power Explorer.
,
/ ,
Power Explorer pane (1) 3.

, , . Access Levels 3.
, -
,

nn (Mains
Phase nn dialog box)

Mains Phases Power Explorer.
,
/ ,
Power Explorer pane (1) 3.

, , . Access Levels 3.
, -
,

(Mains
Monitor dialog box)

Mains Monitor (Mains on nn), Power Explorer ,
.
CAN (. Mains 3)
,
/ ,
Power Explorer pane (1) 3.

, , . Access Levels 3.

(AC Generator)

,
.

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PowerSuite

(Generator dialog box)



Generator Power Explorer.
,
/ ,
Power Explorer pane (1) 3.

, , . Access Levels 3.

(Generator Status tab)


-Status,
.
, -
,

(Generator
Configuration tab)
-Configuration,
.
, -
,

(Rectifiers)

,
.

(Rectifier dialog box)



Rectifiers Power Explorer.

RectifierCurrent
. ,
(
)

Power Summary, . Program Window 3.

,
/ ,
Power Explorer pane (1) 3.

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PowerSuite

, , . Access Levels 3.

(Summary tab)
-Summary,
.
, -
,

(Configuration tab)
- Configuration,
.
, -
,

(Efficiency
Manager tab)
-
Efficiency Manager , .
, -
,

(Rectifier
Overview dialog box)

Rectifier n the Power Explorer.
,
/ ,
Power Explorer pane (1) 3.

, , . Access Levels 3.


XLM file.
MS Excel.

(Rectifier
Status)tab
-
Rectifier Status , .

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PowerSuite

(Rectifier Details tab)


-
Rectifier Details , .


(Detailed Rectifier Status tab)

- Detailed Rectifier Status ,
.


(Reallocate Rectifiers tab)

- Reallocate Rectifiers , .

- - (Sub-Dialog Boxes
~ Rectifiers)

,
.


(Advanced Efficiency Setup
dialog box)
Advanced
Rectifiers dialog , Efficiency Manager.

, -
,
<<< Efficiency Manager tab 3.


,
.

74

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PowerSuite

(Load dialog box)


Load
icon Power Explorer.
LoadCurrent .
, (
RectifierCurrent
BatteryCurrent).
Load Current Calculation ( !
.)
.
Power Summary pane; .
Program Window 3.
,
/ ,
Power Explorer pane (1) 3.

, , . Access Levels 3.
, -
,

nn (Load Bank nn
dialog box)

Load Bank icons Power Explorer.
,
/ ,
Power Explorer pane (1) 3.

, , . Access Levels 3.

LVLD
Normal , (is not
tripped)
LVLD ,
LVLD dialog box . 3,
.

, -
,

(Load Monitor dialog


box)

Load Monitor icon (Load Primary nn), Power Explorer ,

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PowerSuite
. ,
CAN bus. Load 3.
,
/ ,
Power Explorer pane (1) 3.

, , . Access Levels 3.

- - (Sub-Dialog Boxes ~
Load)

, .

LVLD

LVLD , Load Bank.


LVLD

76


( )

- Enable ,
()

- Apply button
to save the changes

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PowerSuite
Alarm Monitors ( 3) LVLD ~ Non-Priority
Load Disconnection ( ! .)
.
, -
,
<<< Load Bank nn dialog box 3

() (Enable)
,
, , ,
.
,
, .

(Mains Dependenc)
(Mains Independent)
, , LVLD
LVLD ,
Reconnect Voltage,
, , .
,
.

LVLD ~ Non-Priority Load Disconnection
( ! .)
( ) , ,
LVLD LVLD ,
.


(Disconnect and Reconnect Voltages)
.
(Disconnect Voltage)

. - -
,
LVLD . ,
.
(Reconnect Voltage)

. ,
,
LVLD .
, .

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PowerSuite

(Disconnect
Delay Time)
,
,
LVLD . This is the leasing backup
time for the non-priority load.

(Delay
after Disconnect)
,
LVLD ,
LVLD
.

(Description)
.

.
.
, - Change ,
.

(Alarm Group)
:

,
,
.

(Battery)
Power Explorer
String.
Options dialog box
3.

Overview Battery Measurements (
3)

, , .

(Battery dialog box)



Battery Power Explorer pane.
,
/ ,
Power Explorer pane (1) 3.

, , . Access Levels 3.
,
,
.

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PowerSuite
,

(Status tab)
,
(
)

- Overview Battery Measurements
( 3)

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PowerSuite

SB,
BatteryVoltage

.
BatteryCurrent ,
,
; .
Currents dialog box 3.
Power
Summary , Program Window 3.


BatteryTemp
,
BatteryTemp 1.1 BatteryTemp 1.2,
Temperatures dialog box
3
Power Summary ,
Program Window 3.

80


BatteryLifeTime.
,

. Temperature
Monitor tab 3.


(The status of the systems LVBD contactor)
Normal ,

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PowerSuite
() . LVBD,
LVBD dialog box 3,
.
o

(The status of the


systems Fuses B1, B2)
Normal ,
, .

(The
system batterys quality and total capacity)
BatteryQuality BatteryTotCap.
,
, Current Ref 1
1

- Battery Tables ( 3)

(The system
batterys remaining capacity),
BatteryRemCap BatteryTimeLeft.
,
, Current Ref 2
2

- Battery Tables ( 3)

(The system batterys Discontinuance


Battery Test),
DeltaStringCurr.
.
3.
Discontinuance Battery Tests

Apply OK ,
, .
,
.
, Battery
Voltage Calibrate ,
, , , ,
.

Alarm Monitors ( 3)

(Configuration tab)

Battery Power Explorer pane,
Configuration .

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PowerSuite

:
-- Battery Size
-- Battery Type
-- Temperature Compensation

-- Current Limitation

Apply, ,
OK

, -
,

(Battery Size section)


o

Number of Banks
, , , 1

Number of Strings
, , , 3

:
Smartpack.
1 ,
Smartpack. 2 ,
, 2 Smartpack,
.
PowerSuite .

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- Battery Banks, Strings and Blocks 3.

(Battery Type section)


- ,
Edit Battery Table
.
.
Battery Table Data dialog box 103
- - Capacity
(Ah per string) .
-
Battery Install Date
.
:
- ,

- ,

(Temperature
Compensation sub-tab)
-Reference
Voltage (V/)
,
(C)

-Reference
Temperature (C)
,


(/ ) Temperature Slope
(mV/C/Cell)
, ,



(/)Min Compensation Voltage (V/Cell)

(
)

(/)Max Compensation Voltage (V/Cell)

(
)

-
Activate Temperature Compensation (
.
( )
.
,
.

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PowerSuite


Temperature Compensated Charging 3

Current Limitation subtab


Current Limitation tab (A),
.

Current
Limit Value (A) (B)
, . , 100
o

Generator Feed Current Limit


Value (A) (C)
, . , 10

Active (D)
.
.
(E),


Battery Charging Current Limitation 169
How to Configure Alarm Monitors & Programmable
Inputs 133

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(Test tab)

Battery icon Power Explorer pane,
Test


:
- (Simplified Battery Tests)
- (Normal Battery Tests)
- (Discontinuance Battery Tests)
,
:


-- Type of battery test
-- Test starting method and parameter
-- Test duration parameters
-- Test termination parameters
-- Test Alarm Group

Apply,


Battery Tests 162
View
Test Results
.
Battery Test Results dialog box, 103, ,
.

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PowerSuite
, -
, .

(Simplified Battery
Tests)


:
o
Simplified Test , ,
.
o (
) End Voltage (volt/cell) ,
,
. , <1.92>
Max Duration
(minutes) .
, <240>
Max Discharge (Ah)
- ,
, <75>
() Guard Time (hours)
,

, , <12>
- 1000 hours 41.6
Battery Test Start Methods
3 .
Active
.
.
Alarm Group
,
. , <Battery test ON>.
, Battery test ON
.
How to Configure Alarm Output Groups
3.
,
Test Start Method: Manual, Interval & Auto
3.

Types of Battery Tests 164

(Normal Battery Tests)




:

86

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Normal Test ,
.
(/) End Voltage
(volt/cell) , ,

.
Max Duration
(minutes) , ,
<240>
Max Discharge (Ah)
, -
.
() Guard Time (hours)
,

. , <12>
- 1000 hours 41.6
Battery Test Start Methods
.
Active , .

.
Alarm Group
,
. , <Battery test ON>.
, Battery test ON
.
How to Configure Alarm Output Groups
3.
,
Test Start Method: Manual, Interval & Auto
3.

Types of Battery Tests 164

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PowerSuite

(Discontinuance Battery
Tests)
. Discontinuance Battery Test
166

,
- ,


.


Interval Test Discontinuance
Test


, (
) (G), .


, ,
, (G).

,
5% ,
.

.>>.


:
Active(A)
,
.

88

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Alarm Group
,
. , <Battery test ON>.
, Battery test ON
.
How to Configure Alarm Output Groups
3.
Interval Test
(B)

Next Start Date (C)
.
:
-- , ,

-- ,

Next Start Time (D),


-- ,
. (D)
--
. (D)
, Active , (E)

Interval Test. 2
.

Discontinuance Test (F) ,
.
() Repeat Frequency
(days) (G) , .
, <7> ( 0 a 7)
, ,
,


Max. Duration (minutes) (H)
. , <5> ( 1 10)
Active (I) ,
.
Apply (J)
, OK , .

Discontinuance Battery Test
166

: ,
(Test Start Method: Manual, Interval & Auto)
:
o

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PowerSuite


.

Battery Test Start Methods 165
(Manual Start)

:

Start Test
.
PowerSuite ,
, : :
Mode: MANUAL TEST.

Stop Test
.
PowerSuite ,
, : : Mode:
FLOAT.

(interval Test subtab)


,
(, ,
),
.
Interval Test
(A) .

Next Start Date (B)
.
:
-- , ,

-- ,

Next Start Time (),


-- ,
. ()
--

90

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. ()
() Repeat Frequency
(days) (D) , .
<180>
,
.
3 .

Inhibit Interval Test (F) ,
.
Apply(G)
, OK ,
(Auto Test subtab)
,

:
Auto Test subtab,
Apply(G)


(Discontinuance Test sub-tab)

.
Discontinuance Battery Tests

(Boost tab)

Battery Power Explorer ,
Boost

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PowerSuite


:
,

, , 2.23/ 2.33/.
:
o

, ,
:
o

:
--
--
--

Apply
, OK ,

, -
,

92

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PowerSuite

(Common section)
,
.
(/) Voltage (V/cell) (A)
. , <2.2708>
,
, , ,
.
Alarm
Group (B) ,
.
, <Boost Charging ON>.
, Boost Charging ON
.
,
How to Configure Alarm Output Groups

M (Manual Boost subtab)


,
:
Manual
Boost (C)
.
Max. Duration (minutes)
(D) ,
, <120> .
Apply (E),

Start Boost (F)


.
Stop
Boost (G) ,
.


(Interval Boost sub-tab)
,
,

:

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PowerSuite

Interval
Boost (A) .
Max. Duration (minutes)
(B) ,
, <120> .

Next Start Date (C)
. :
-- , ,

-- ,

,
Next Start Time (D)
:
-- ,
. (D)
--
. (D)
Interval Period (days)
(E)
, , <180>
Active (F)

.
Apply (G) OK


(Auto Boost sub-tab)
,
,

:

94

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Auto Boost (A)
.
Max. Duration
(minutes) (B)
, , <120> ( 0 a
1200).
, ..
( ),
.
Charge Factor (%) (C)

, , 100.

- .
, (
)
100 150 .
Discharge Threshold (Ah) (D)
-
, , 1 ( 0 1000 -)
, 0 -
.
Active (E)

.
Apply (G) OK

(Temperature
Monitor tab)
Battery
Power Explorer , Temperature Monitor.

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PowerSuite

:
-- (Low Limit )
-- (High Limit )
-- (Weight)

Enable

Apply OK

, -
,
Hours ,

.
o

96


Reset Battery Lifetime monitor ,
BatteryLifeTime 0 .

Status tab

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PowerSuite
Battery Temperature Levels ~ BatteryLifeTime
monitor .

(Symmetry
Configuration tab)
Battery
Power Explorer , Symmetry Configuration

Overview Battery Measurements Available


Inputs and Outputs
.
, ,
.
o


-- / (Enable / Disable)
-- (Symmetry Setup)
-- - - (Event-Level-Alarm Group)

Apply OK
, -
,

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PowerSuite

/ (Enable /
Disable section)
o

Enable Symmetry
PowerSuite ,
,
Symmetry dialog box

(Symmetry Setup section)



--
Symmetry Voltage
-- ,
.
12 :
o

12V 48V

24V 48V

24V 48V

12V
24V

, 12 ,

Battery Symmetry Measurements

(Symmetry Mode)
-- Symmetry Mode

--
o

(Continuous )

(Discharge)

( ).

Symmetry Measurements during Discharge Mode



(Discharge Delay)
Discharge Delay
,
. - 8 .

(,
, Alarm Limits (EventLevel-Alarm Group) section
o

98

(Level)
( ),
1,50 1,00.

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PowerSuite


(Alarm Group)
.
.

(
)
x.x (SymmDelta x.x)
.

, ,
1,5 ( ) 1 (
).

:
x.x
(SymmDelta x.x)
Symmetry dialog box
3

Battery Bank nn dialog box


Battery Banks
icons Power Explorer pane.
,
/ ,
Power Explorer pane (1) 3.

, , . Access Levels 3.

Overview Battery Measurements ( 3)


Available Inputs and Outputs ( 3),
.
1:
B1,
BattVolt bank1

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99

PowerSuite

B1,
BattCurr bank1

Fuse B1
"" (Normal) ,
.

(Symmetry
monitors).
" " (Normal) ,
.
"(Major)
(Minor) ,
.

.

(Apply) OK , ..
.
,
1 (BattVolt bank1)
1 (BattCurr bank1).
. . 3,
.

(Currents dialog box)


Currents
Power Explorer.
,
/ ,
Power Explorer pane (1) 3.

, , . Access Levels 3.

Overview Battery Measurements ( 3)


Available Inputs and Outputs ( 3),
.

:
o

100

S1,
BattCurrent 1.1

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PowerSuite
BattCurr bank1
Status tab 3
.
(Apply) OK , ..
.
,
x.x (BattCurr x.x).
. . 3,
.

(Fuses dialog
box)
Fuses,
Power
Explorer
,
/ ,
Power Explorer pane (1) 3.

, , . Access Levels 3.

Overview Battery Measurements ( 3)


Available Inputs and Outputs ( 3),
.

:
o

1 (Fuse B1). "


" ,
.
"(Major)
(Minor) ,
, .

(Apply) OK , ..
.
,
x.x (BatteryFuse x.x).
. . 3,
.

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PowerSuite

(Temperatures dialog
box)
Temperatures,
Power
Explorer
,
/ ,
Power Explorer pane (1) 3.

, , . Access Levels 3.

Overview Battery Measurements ( 3)


Available Inputs and Outputs ( 3),


x.x (BatteryTemp x.x):
,
.
(Apply) OK , ..
.
,
x.x (BatteryFuse x.x).
Alarm Monitors . . 110,
.

: BatteryTemp
, Status tab 3
BatteryTemp 1.1
BatteryTemp 1.2

(Symmetry dialog box)


Symmetries
Power
Explorer
,
/ ,
Power Explorer pane (1) 3.

, , . Access Levels 3.

102

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Overview Battery Measurements ( 3),
Available Inputs and Outputs ( 3), Battery Symmetry
Measurements ( ! .).

x.x (SymmDelta x.x)
:
o

= .
= .
= .
o

(. )
x.x SymmDelta x.x,

(24 = 2x12 ).

x.x SymmDelta x.x, ,
, 1,5 ( ) 1
( ).
. .
.
(Apply) OK , ..
.
,
x.x SymmDelta x.x.
Alarm Monitors . . 110,
.

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PowerSuite

:
x.x (SymmDelta x.x), ,
, . . 3
Symmetry Configuration tab

(Battery Monitor
dialog box)
Battery
Monitor
Power Explorer
,
CAN bus. . Battery 3.
,
/ ,
Power Explorer pane (1) 3.

, , . Access Levels 3.

(String nn dialog
box)
String View ,
Tools > Options,
String nn Power
Explorer
,
/ ,
Power Explorer pane (1) 3.
, -
,

(Status tab)
Status ,
.

Cell (Cell Monitor)


Cell Monitor ,
.

Commissioning tab
Commissioning ,
.

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(String Monitor nn dialog box)
String View ,
Tools > Options,
String Monitor nn
Power Explorer
,
/ ,
Power Explorer pane (1) 3.

, , . Access Levels 3
, -
,

- (Sub-Dialog Boxes ~
Battery)

, ,
.

LVBD (LVBD dialog box)



LVBD , Battery
Status


LVBD .
o


( )

Enable

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Apply

Alarm Monitors . . 3

, -
,
<< , Status tab, 3

() (Enable)
,
, , ,
.
,
, .


(Mains and Temperature Dependency)
(Mains Independent)
, , LVBD
LVBD ,
Reconnect Voltage,
, , .
,
.

LVBD ~ Battery Disconnection (
! .)
( ) , ,
LVBD LVBD ,
.
Temperature Dependent
Check this option if you want that the LVBD alarm monitor will reconnect
the LVBD contactor when the battery temperature is lower than the
temperature limit configured in the BatteryTemp alarm monitor, that you
find in the Battery dialog box, in the Status tab on page 75.


(Disconnect and Reconnect Voltages)
.
(Disconnect Voltage)

. - -
,
LVBD . ,
.
(Reconnect Voltage)

106

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. ,
,
LVBD .
, .

(Delay
after Disconnect)
,
LVBD ,
LVBD
.

(Description)
.

.
.
, - Change ,
.

(Alarm Group)
:

,
,
.

(Battery
Table Data)
Edit Battery
Table, Battery dialog
box, Configuration

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,
.
. . 3,
.
<<< (Battery),
"" (Configuration), . 3

(Selecting a Battery Table)


, :
:
--
(Select Battery Table)
--
-- (Get Data)

-- " " (Import from File)



.
, . . 3,
.

108

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" (Apply),
Smartpack.
(Battery
Table Data) (Battery) OK.
"" (Battery)
(Refresh)
(Tools) F5.


,
, ,
, .

, .
:
:
-- (Description)
.
:
-- ". " (High End
Volt) . (Low End Volt)
.
, :
--

--
,
-- TAB
, SHIFT+TAB -
.
-- (Add row)"
" " (Delete row)
.
" (Apply),
Smartpack.

(Battery) OK.
"" (Battery)
(Refresh)
(Tools) F5.



,
,
.
, :

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"" (Export to File).
,
.


(Battery Test Results)

(View Test Results) "" (Battery),
"" (Test).
" " (Battery Test
Results).

.
.
, ,
.
:
"" (Export to File) (B),

XLM , : <
.xlm>

(Details) (A) "


" (Battery Test Log Data),

, . 2.
<<< (Battery),
(Test), . 3

110

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(Battery Test Log Data)
(Details)
" (Battery Test
Results), . 3.


.
:

(Select Data to be Displayed) (A)
,
.
,
.
.


.
. . (C)
, Y
.

(Load Data) (B).

" " (Save Data to File)
" " (Save Graph to File) (D), ,
:
--
XLM , : <
1_1.xlm>

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--
JPG , : <
1_1.jpg>
<<< (Battery),
(Test), . 3

(Voltage
Calibration dialog box)

Battery Voltage alarm monitor

Calibrate

(Current Shunt Scaling


dialog box)
the
Battery Current alarm monitor
Currents nn Current Monitor Scale

(Control System)

,
.

(Control System
dialog box)
Control System
Power Explorer.
,
/ ,
Power Explorer pane (1) 3.

, , . Access Levels 3.

(Control System
Summary tab)
Control System Summary

112

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:
CtrlUnitError ,
,
:
0 Unit(s)
,

1 Unit(s) ( )
, 1 ( )
(,
Load Monitors)
Power Explorer

.
(Apply) OK , ..

CtrlUnitError
.
Alarm Monitors ( . . 3
.

(Control System
Event Log tab)
Event Log.
- ,
Event Log The Toolbar, . 3.

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, . , ,
.
Alarm Monitors ( . . 3
.

.
, -
,
Type of Logs in PowerSuite 3.

: , Eltek
Valere (Delete Log
)

(Getting the Event Log)


,
:
o

Latest xx events
,
.

e Latest xx events button,



114

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Next xx events
, .

Next xx events
.

Get all button, ,


.

(Sorting and
Displaying the Event Log)

:
o


Date and Time
.
-- , .

: -
,
.
o

, ,
-- ,
: , ,
.
, Date and Time

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.
.
, Date and Time

:
.

(Filtering the Event Log)


:

o

(
)
-- ,
,
. ,
Date and Time ,
, , Major
alarm: ON Event
.
-- ,
, All

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.

:
, (
). ,
, .

(
)
, ,
, 2008 .

Date
and Time (Custom)


Enter filter criteria for Date and Time
--
Greater than or equal to
--
2008-02-01 ( -)
--
Add a condition
.
-- Less than

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--
2008-03-01 ( -)
-- --
Add a condition
.
-- OK

: Major alarm: ON
Event.

(Printing Out the Event Log)



o

Print Preview,
,
-- ,
, .
,

--
magnifying glass,

--

Print
, .

: ,
,

(Exporting the Event Log


to a File)

XML , .
Export to file..., ( )
,
.
.
XML.

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(Control Unit nn dialog box)
,
,
Power Explorer
Power Explorer ,
.
Summary ,
, .

. (,
, - Outdoor
)
t CAN bus Addressing ( 3
)
,
/ ,
Power Explorer pane (1) 3.

, , . Access Levels 3.
,
.

(Control
Unit Summary tab)
(Summary),
.

118

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PowerSuite
.
<<< Control Unit nn dialog box
3.

(Control Unit
information)
, .
CAN bus addressing and termination (page 3) Plugand-Play Rectifiers (page ! .)

(Software version)
(2)
( ),
Smartpack.

(Export to File button)


XML.
Export to file..., ( )
,
.
.
XML.


(Control Unit Input Handler tab)
Input Handler
.
,
(,
Smartpack, I/O ).

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, .
Alarm
Monitor dialog boxes, 3 How to Configure
Alarm Monitors & Programmable Inputs 3
,
Configure, .
Input Handler
, , ,

.
(Description)
.
.
,
,
- , .
: ProgInput 1.5 ,
#5,
Smartpack #1
(Status) :

120

,
PowerSuite


.
, ,
, Normally
Open, , Normally
Closed). - Alarm Monitor Configuration tab
3.

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()

.

, (,
, , etc.)

(Configured as) -
, .
Alarm Monitor Configuration tab 3.
<<< Control Unit nn dialog box 3.

Control Unit Output Test tab


Output Test
.

(,
Smartpack controller, I/O Monitor)


.

- ,

Output Test Timeout (sec)

: LVBD
( , ). LVLD

.
,

.
Alarms Overview Outputs tab 3.

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,
Smartpack ( , LVBD LVLD).

, I/O Monitor
( ).
,
() (
):
o

122


,
(
)

.

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PowerSuite

,
.
( )


.
,
.

( ,
, . Editing the Alarm Outputs Name
and Operation 3).
,
. ,
. - LVBD LVLD,
, .
(..
) Editing the Alarm Outputs Name and
Operation 3.
System Inputs and Outputs - Overview
( 3), .
<<< Control Unit nn dialog box 3.


(Control Unit Configuration tab)
Configuration
.
Smartpack

Disable
Service Options ( )
Smartpack .
.

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( ),
.
,
PowerSuite .
<<< Control Unit nn dialog box 3.


(Control Unit Communication tab)
Communication
.

USB, RS232, RS485
( Smartpack , Smartnode)

: ,
Eltek Valere
.

COM0
-- Smartpack: USB
-- Smartnode: RS485

COM1
-- Smartpack: RS232

-- Smartnode: RS232

(COM2)
-- Smartnode: ( ) (not mounted)

124

pComm
Eltek Valere,

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, ,
, ..

Modbus
Eltek Valere,
RS485 .

CallBack
Eltek Valere,
RS232 .

Comli

RDP
.

, , (Speed, Data &


Stop Bits, Parity)
( ), ,
).
, ,
.
(Address)
Modbus,
- .

Modbus
, -
,
<<< Control Unit nn dialog box 3.


(Control Unit Data Log tab)
Data Log Communication
.

( Smartpack controller, I/O Monitor)

, ( I/O
Monitor, Mains Monitor) , PowerSuite.
, Smartpack,
, .I/O Monitor
.

, . ,
,
.

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Smartpack

I/O Monitor.
, , ,
:

126

,
Interval ( )
,
.

Critical Interval ( )
,
.

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Power Systems Operation Mode ( 3),

Apply,

, -
,
Type of Logs in PowerSuite 3.

: ,
Eltek Valere .
( Delete Log)
<<< Control Unit nn dialog box 3.
Click on the links below for a description.

(Getting the Data Log)


,
:
o

Latest xx events
,

Latest xx events button,

Next xx events
,

Next xx events,

Get all , ,
.

(Sorting
and Displaying the Data Log)

:
o


Date and Time
.
-- , .

: -
,
.

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, ,
-- ,
:
.
, Timestamp

(Printing Out the Event Log)



o

Print Preview,
, :
-- ,
, .
,

--
,

--

Print
, .

: ,
,

(Exporting the Event Log


to a File)

XML , .
Export to file..., ( )
,
.
.
XML.


(Control Unit Modem Callback Setup tab)
, -
,
<<< Control Unit nn dialog box 3.

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Outdoor (Control
Unit Outdoor tab)
, -
,
<<< Control Unit nn dialog box 3.

- (SubDialogue Boxes ~ Control System)


,

, (Fan Control nn,


Configuration tab)

Configure, Outputs, Control Unit
Outdoor tab 3.
, -
,

, (Fan Control nn,


Calibration tab)

Calibrate, , Outputs, Control Unit
Outdoor tab 3.
, -
,

(Alarm Monitor)
,
. Alarms Overview dialog
box 3

(Alarm Monitor dialog


boxes)
,
,
( ).
.

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(A)
(B),
. , .

,
.
General Details
Scaling, Calibration(),
Configuration() Fan Configuration ( ),
,
.
, Scaling:
,
, -
, .

Scaling, Calibration
Configuration , .
:
(Configuration tab )
ProgInput X.X
Configuration , Alarm Monitor Configuration tab 3.
Scaling and Configuration tab
LoadFuse X
- Scaling Configuration , .Alarm Monitor Configuration tab
3 Alarm Monitor Scale tab (fuses) 3.
Scaling (Scaling and Calibration tab)
BatteryCurrentX
- Scaling Calibration, Alarm Monitor Scale tab (current
shunt) on page 3 Alarm Monitor Calibration tab on page 3.
(Calibration tab)
BatteryVoltage
Calibration , Status tab
3.
Alarm Monitors ( 3),
.

- (Alarm Monitor
General tab)
General

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BatteryVoltage 4
.


MainsLow 2 .



ProgInput 1.1

Alarm Monitors ( 3),
.
, -
,
<<< Alarm Monitor dialog boxes 3.

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(Enable)
,
.
,
,
.

(Manual Reset)
""
(, , )
.
:

(Disable).
.

(All Levels).
.

(MajorHigh).

.
.

(Hysteresis and Time


Delay)
- .
(Hysteresis)
(
) .
.
(Time delay)
, .. ,
,
.
t Alarm Monitors (. 3),
.

(Description)
(Change)
.

.
.

, (Event, Values
and Alarm Groups)

- .
" :

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,
(Event), .

(
)


- .
" :

,
, ,
.

(
)

(Apply).

, ,
.
.
.
.

, , ,
. Control Unit
Input Handler tab 3.

(Alarm Monitor Details tab)


Details, ,

,
. (Details).
(Details),
, .

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Alarm Monitors ( 3),
.
<<< Alarm Monitor dialog boxes 3.

(Average Monitor)
,
.

(Restart the average monitor),


.

(Peak Monitor)

.
(Restart the peak monitor),

(Alarm Monitor
Calibration tab)
.
:
-- (Current Sense Inputs)

. , , (
BatteryCurrentX; )
(. Calibration ) scaling ( Alarm Monitor Scale tab
(current shunt) 3).
-- (Voltage Monitoring Inputs)
.
, , ( BattMonSymX;
) (
Calibration )
-- (Temperature Sense Inputs)
.
, ( BatteryTempX;
( Calibration
)
System Calibration ( !
.), .

134

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Calibrate,
Currents dialog box 3.
,
Calibration


Calibrate,
BattMonSymX Battery Monitor
dialog box 3. ,
Configuration


Calibrate,
Temperatures dialog box
3. ,
Calibration

, 27 and 0.
:

Low Calibration Point,


, 0

Apply

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High Calibration Point,


, -200

Apply

Cancel

:
.
,
(+), - (-);
, -
,
<<< Alarm Monitor dialog boxes 3.

(Alarm Monitor
Configuration tab)

- ,
.
-- (Configurable Inputs)
( ProgInputX; )
.
,
, .
( Configuration
).
--
(Configurable Inputs for Fuse Monitoring)

( LoadFuseX; )
(,
).
NC-C-NO - ,
(, ).
, scaling ( Alarm
Monitor Scale tab (fuses) 3).
System Calibration ( !
.) .

136

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Configure,,
Control Unit Input Handler tab,
3 ,
Configuration.


Configure,,
Load Bank nn dialog box
3. ,
Configuration.

, - ,
, :

- (Normally Closed) (
, ,
).
(Normally Open) (
,
, ).
(
,
).
"
(Apply) .

: In order to implement monitored fail-safe input circuits,


the external relay coil must be energized and the relay contacts closed,
when in normal state or fuse not tripped.
, -
,
<<< Alarm Monitor dialog boxes 3.

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Alarm Monitor Scale tab (current shunt)



, , BatteryCurrentX
Currents dialog box 3.
, scaling ( Alarm
Monitor Scale tab (fuses) 3).
System Calibration ( !
.) .


Scale, BatteryCurrentX,
Currents dialog
box, 3. ,
Scale
scaling of shunts ,
100A/60mV. :

Scale type (mV)


, e.g. 60

Max size (A) d ,


100


" (Apply) .

, -
,
<<< Alarm Monitor dialog boxes 3.

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Alarm Monitor Scale tab (fuses)



.
, scaling ( Alarm
Monitor Scale tab (fuses) 3).

. ( LoadFuseX)
(, ).
NC-C-NO -
,
(, ).
System Calibration ( !
.) .


Scale, LoadFuseX
Load Bank nn dialog box,
3. ,
Scale
scaling of fuses .
.
:

Fuse size


" (Apply) .

: If you have configured the fuse or breaker to Diode


Matrix (monitoring using a factory installed interface card), then you
should enter 0 in the Fuse size field.
, -
,
<<< Back to the Alarm Monitor dialog boxes on page 3.

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(Alarm Monitor Fan Speed Configuration
tab)
,
, , Fan Speed X
I/O Outdoor nn
Outdoor
,
fan-cooled
outdoor.
, ,
. ,
.


Fan Speed X alarm monitor link I/O Outdoor
nn Outdoor Configure,
Fan Config

:
Eltek Valere
outdoor
The I/O Monitor Control Unit - Overview ( 3)

, -
,
<<< Alarm Monitor dialog boxes 3.

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,
,
PowerSuite


PowerSuite
:
,
(, )
PowerSuite.
:
Checking the active Access Level, 3,

Smartpack
:
,
Smartpack
:
,
, Smartpack

A. (1)
Power Explorer
B.
(2),

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:
,
(AOG),
Alarm Output Groups (!
.) .

: ,
,
, Log In dialog box,
3.
:

(Generator AOG).
1 2.
8 (Alarm Group 8).
(Alarms Overview)
, Outputs, ,
Smartpack 1,
.

, :

142

1.


Alarm Group 8, o ,
Generator AOG

2.

,
Relay Output 1 and 2
s Generator AOG

3.


" (Apply)
OK

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Editing Alarm Output Groups Name and Output
Assignments 3.
, ,
"" (Generator), , 1 2
.

. Editing the Alarm Outputs Name and Operation, e 3,
.
, -
,


:

,
, , ,
. ,

.
.
Alarm Monitors ( 3) Alarm Output Groups (
! .),
.

: ,
,
, Log In dialog box,
3.
:

1.1 (ProgInput 1.1),
,
, .. .
,
100 10 .
"" (Generator AOG) ( 1 2).

:
1.

2.

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3.

, -
,
1 Step 1 - Configure the Alarm Output Group
3.

1 -
, Generator AOG
1 2, How to Configure
Alarm Output Groups, 3.
2 Step 2 - Configure the Battery Charging Current
Limitation 3.

2 -

" (Battery)
Power Explorer. (Configuration) (A)
(Current Limitation) (B),
.

1.

144


( , (Generator feed)) (C).

(Current Limit Value) (A) <10>.

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, -
,
2.

(Activate)
.

3.

"" (Apply) (E).

Battery Charging Current Limitation ( 3),


.
3 Step 3 - Configure the Alarm Monitor 3.

3
" " (Control
Unit) Power Explorer.
(Input Handler).

1. ,
:

" " (Input Configuration ),
" 1.1" (PorgInput
1.1) (A):
- (B)
: " (Normally Closed) (
, ,
)
- " (Apply) (C).
1.


1.1 (A),
1.1 (ProgInput 1.1) (A).

2.

(D)
(Battery Current
Limit).

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3.

(E)
(Generator AOG).

4.

(Activate)
(F).

5.

(G),
" (Apply) (G)
" 1.1"
(ProgInput 1.1) " " (Input Configuration),
.
" 1.1" (ProgInput 1.1)
.

6.

, "" (Apply) (H)


" 1 (Control Unit 1),
.

, -
,
, ,
,
.
How to Configure Alarm Monitors &
Programmable Inputs 3.

146

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,
PowerSuite.

PowerSuite
:
PowerSuite
, ,
?
:
PowerSuite 3 : ( )

( )


Control System Event Log tab 3

( )
(,
), ,
( I/O Monitor,
) ,

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PowerSuite.
Control Unit Data Log tab 3

Data Logging ( )
(,
), PowerSuite
.
PowerSuite

.
Data Logging dialog box 3.

Com
:
Find COM Port # COM
.
Find COM Port # Site
Manager dialog box, . 3.
:
COM .
Find COM Port # , Smartpack USB

PowerSuite , .
, Smartpack
USB 2. Switch the Smartpack ON and connect the USB cable, . 3.

Frequently Asked Questions

148

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About Eltek Valere


Eltek Valere AS is a global leader in the development of DC power supply systems,
designed to meet the rapid growth within the field of telecommunication, as well as
the increasingly stringent reliability requirements.
Energy distribution in telecommunication and data systems technology require a
guaranteed, uninterruptible power supply. To meet this demand, Eltek Valere AS
makes in-depth investments in all types of scientific research, technical development,
and experimental mathematical modelling of thermal characteristics of components
and systems.

Compliance to International Standards


A modern power supply system must fulfil various international standards and
regulations, while meeting market requirements. Increased awareness of
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC), especially in Europe, has resulted in Eltek
Valeres investment in an EMC test laboratory. This laboratory not only ensures that
products comply with relevant standards, it is also utilised throughout product
development. The EMC test laboratory forms part of Eltek Valeres extensive inhouse test facility.

Forefront Telecom Power Products


Electronic equipment for data and telecommunications require supply voltages
generated from the mains, as well as from battery-assisted DC voltage. Intensive
development work has produced power supply systems designed to meet both
current and future power requirements, and the development of control and alarm
modules make our power supply systems a market leader. Programmed functions
monitor operating conditions, load and battery bank. Whenever a problem is
detected, the operator will be notified immediately, either via the telephone network,
or via Ethernet. Shutdowns can thus be avoided for critical applications.
Eltek Valeres software expertise is constantly expanding remote communication
capabilities of systems, using standard network protocols.
Eltek Valere AS accepts no responsibility for any damage or injury to the system, site
or personnel caused by drawings, instructions or procedures not prepared by Eltek
Valere AS.

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, Eltek
Valere.

. 3

. 3

. ! .
.

. 3

on page ! .

on page ! .

Smartpack Compack ,

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,
(PE) .

(+ ).

(PE)
(TE) 1 2.
( ) .

48 60 , ,
+: .
24 , , -:
.

CAN-
,
, 120
.

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CAN- 120 ( 60)


, ,
Flatpack2 ,
,
.
CAN- 120.

Flatpack2, CAN- CAT5.


120 ( 60)


,
.
,
,
. ,
.
Flatpack2 :

(Float Mode)

(Test Mode)

(Boost Mode)


PowerSuite.
,
.
(LVD) ,
. ,
.
LVBD - Battery Protection 3.
- -- ( )
, .

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PowerSuite
(,
), .
A. (MainsLow) (
).
B. (Battery Current Minor Low).
C. A B.
D. A B
System Configuration dialog box


Smartpack Compack
, .
(
), , Smartpack Compack
,
.
,
.
Compack
:

WebPower

PowerSuite

Smartpack- :

WebPower

PowerSuite

Smartpack .
, .

Smartpack
,
UserOption > AlarmReset , Smartpack ,
. ,
.



Compack - :

WebPower

PowerSuite

Smartpack- :

154

WebPower
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PowerSuite

PowerSuite

Smartpack .
,

Smartpack
,
Smartpack
> (UserOption>VoltageInfo).
(VoltageInfo)
( 3):
Option

Description

NomVolt

Nominal output volage

BoostVolt

Battery boost-charging voltage

LowBatt1

Voltage limit for Low Battery Alarm 1

LowBatt2

Voltage limit for Low Battery Alarm 2

HighBatt1

Voltage limit for High Battery Alarm 1

HighBatt2

Voltage limit for High Battery Alarm 2

LVD 1

Voltage limit for Low Voltage Disconnect unit 1


PowerSuite
(System Voltage Levels),
,
PowerSuite,
:

() (Nominal voltage (float))

(Boost Voltage)

(Rectifier standby voltage)

(Battery disconnect voltage)

(Rectifier OVS trip voltage)

System Voltage Levels dialog box (. 3)


Web Pages
System Voltage Levels
,
:

() (Nominal voltage (float))

(Boost Voltage)

(Battery Test End Voltage)

(Rectifier standby voltage)

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(Rectifier OVS trip voltage)

(Battery disconnect voltage)

(Battery reconnect
voltage)


WebPower Online Help

( )

Compack-

WebPower

PowerSuite

Smartpack- :

WebPower

PowerSuite

Smartpack


Smartpack

Smartpack
> (UserOption>DisplayMessages).
1000 ,
.
, , .
,
.
EEPROM.
PowerSuite
Type of Logs in PowerSuite (. 216),

Web Pages
Event Log
. ,
.


Smartpack Compack .
, ,
.
.

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PowerSuite
-
( ) ( )
,
( )



Smartpack Compack:

Current Sense Inputs


--
--

Voltage Monitoring Inputs


--
--

Temperature Sense Inputs


--

The Smartpack Controller - Overview . 3

The Compack Controller - Overview . 3

The Battery Monitor Control Unit - Overview . 3

The Load Monitor Control Unit - Overview . 3

The I/O Monitor Control Unit - Overview . 3


Smartpack Compack
0A ( ) 50-60%
( ).
Power Systems Input Calibration
Units, U= A, V or C
U

High Point
Low Point


, 20C 30C.
, :
1.

2.

,
,

3.


(, PowerSuite)

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: ,
, .


.
:

. - .. LVBD
:
1.

2.

, = 0A

3.

, 0A, Low Calibration Point


PowerSuite, BatteryCurrentX

Alarm Monitor Calibration tab ( 3)



- ,
- 30%
.
, (+);
- (-).
:
1.

2.

3.

, ( -95) High
Calibration Point PowerSuite,
BatteryCurrentX

Alarm Monitor Calibration tab ( 3)

: ,
, .
Alarm Monitor Scale tab (current shunt) ( 3)


.
:

- ,
- 30%

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PowerSuite
:
1.

2.

3.

High
Calibration Point PowerSuite,
BatteryVoltage

Alarm Monitor Calibration tab ( 3)


.
:
Battery Banks, Strings and Blocks 3 Battery Symmetry
Measurements ! ..

- ,
- 30%

:
1.

2.


:
-- (
),
Smartpack .
-- 0V and ,
, 0-12V, 0-24V, 0-36V 0-48V,

3.

High
Calibration Point PowerSuite,
SymmDeltaX

Alarm Monitor Calibration tab ( 3)


.
:
NOTICE: You do not need to calibrate the Battery Temperatures Low
Calibration Point .

,
, , 20C 30C.
:
,

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1.

2.

High
Calibration Point PowerSuite,
BatteryTempX

Alarm Monitor Calibration tab (page 3)


, Smartpack

, , ,
.
230V Flatpack2
, .. , .

.
,
.
, Smartpack
,
.
Flatpack2
(
CAN-).
,
Smartpack 01, 02 03
L1, L2 L3 .
,
04, 05 06, .
,
07, 08 09.
: 02 ,
L1, L1 L2


: Flatpack2
.
hot plugged in a power shelf
, Smartpack
160

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PowerSuite
01. ID ( CAN bus )
.
, previously installed (hot plugged)
Flatpack2 , Smartpack
, ID.
, ID
,
.
ID ,
Flatpack2
, , 1 , 2, ..,
9 .
,
, .
.
..


, ,

.
: 10 ,
04 .
ID#10 ID#04, ,
Smartpack
9. ,
ID#04 ID#10,




Compack-

WebPower

PowerSuite

Smartpack- :

WebPower

PowerSuite

Smartpack


Smartpack
Flatpack2 ,
Smartpack,
> (UserOption>Rectifier Info).
,

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(Rectifier Info)
( 3):

- .(NoOfRects.)
. (RectCurrent)

. (RectSerialNumber)

.. (Rect.PrimaryVolt)

. . (Rectifier Status)

.. (Rectifier Temp)

Smartpack ,
, .
200 . Smartpack
Flatpack2, CAN-.
:

Smartpack


,
(Rectifier) Power Explorer, :


PowerSuite


Rectifiers, Power Explorer
, ,
,
.
WebPower Online
Help

-
162

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PowerSuite
Smartpack ,
,

:

Caused by System Event


,
,
( ).
( ).

CAN


,
**


(
)

** Micropack

PowerSuite

,

;
.

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48 48 ;
12

24 24 ;
12

164

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PowerSuite


Flatpack2 ,
.

.

Smartpack :
:
o SB
o SB
:
o SB
o SB
o Bx

,

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PowerSuite

o
o
o
o

Sx
Sx
Sx

Battery Banks, Strings and Blocks 3,


Available Inputs and Outputs 3.


,
,
, .
:
o

48

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,
48

;
,
. ,
(.
).
Flatpack2
Smartpack
.
,

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PowerSuite
PowerSuite,
(Symmetry reconfiguration).
Smartpack 8 (CON3
CON4), :
o

2 ( )

4 ( )

8 ( )

The Battery Monitor Control Unit - Overview 184.

24


24
24 , 12 ,

.
.


,
( (Continuous
Symmetry Mode).

168

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PowerSuite

,
(
(Discharge Symmetry Mode).

,
( (Discharge Delay).


,
.
Battery Symmetry Measurements !
..

, , (24 ),
PowerSuite 48
.
.

1 1.
53, 26
" " (BatteryVoltage),
Power Summary PowerSuite.

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PowerSuite
(Symmetry)
x.x
(SymmDelta x.x) :


x.x SymmDelta x.x, ,
, 1,5 ( ) 1
( ).
.
:

(V / 2) V = | V |
1.1 (SymmDelta
1.1) PowerSuite

(53,26 V/ 2) 26,07 V = | 0,56 V |


1.1 (SymmDelta 1.1) ,
,

:

1,0V >| 0,56 V |


1.2 (SymmDelta 1.2) ,
,

:

1,5V <| 1,57 V |


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1.4 (SymmDelta 1.4) ,
,

, :

1,0V >| 1,27 V |> 1,0V



, , (12 ),
PowerSuite
48 .
:

2 1.
54, 00
" " (BatteryVoltage),
Power Summary PowerSuite.
(Symmetry)

x.x (SymmDelta x.x) :


x.x SymmDelta x.x, ,
, 1,5 ( ) 1
( ).
.
:

(V / 4) V = | V |
1.1
(SymmDelta 1.1) PowerSuite

(54,00 V/ 4) 12,56 V = | 0,94 V |

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1.1 (SymmDelta 1.1)

,
:

1,0V >| 0,94 V |


1.2 (SymmDelta 1.2)
, ,

:

1,5V <| 2,31 V |


1.4 (SymmDelta 1.4)
, ,

, :

1,0V >| 1,09 V |> 1,0V


PowerSuite Smartpack
.
Battery Table Data dialog box ( 3)

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,
.


,
(Get Data).
:
o

Eltek Valere (Eltek Valere Standard).


, Eltek
Valere .

1.

Fiamm SLA100.
, ,
, .
(Description),
". " (High End Volt), .
(Low End Volt).

2.

M12V155FT.
, ,
, .
(Description),
". " (High End Volt), .
(Low End Volt).

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,
.
.



, .
PowerSuite
,
.
" Ref1,

Ref 2.
:
1.

(Description), .. .
,
.

2.

: ".
Ref 1" (High End Volt, Ref 1) .
Ref 2 (Low End Volt, Ref 2).

3.

:
-"" (Minutes) - .
- ".
Ref 1" (High End Volt, Ref 1)
.
- ".
Ref 2" (High End Volt, Ref 2)
.

" " (BatteryQuality) ". "


(BatteryTotCap) Current ref 1
.

". " (BatteryRemCap) ".


" (BatteryTimeLeft) Current ref 2
.

(Battery dialog
box (3), (Status).


:
o

"" (Export to File),


.
.

" (Apply),
.

174

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,
PowerSuite.
Battery Tables ! ..
Discontinuance Battery Test !
., ,
. ,
,
, .
56

Vdc

Battery
Voltage

54

Rectifier
Standby
Voltage

52

MajorLow
Battery
Alarm

50

48

46

96

94

92

90

88

86

70

50

30

10

44

time [min]

,

( " (/) (End Voltage (volt/cell)).

, .

,
.

, , .

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PowerSuite

Discharging Characteristic
Discharging current vs. time, for a specific end voltage

A
T1 = Real Time
T2 = Time supposed to last,
as per the discharging table

T1

T2


PowerSuite: . Test
tab page 3 PowerSuite Online Help.


PowerSuite
:
o

,
.
Discontinuance Battery Test !
..


,
.
"
" " ".
,
,

( " (/) (End
Voltage (volt/cell)).
,
,
, (Max
Duration (minutes),
(-) (Max Discharge (Ah).
, ,
.
, :

176

(/) (End Voltage (volt/cell)

( .) (Max Duration (minutes)


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PowerSuite

(-.) (Max Discharge (Ah)

: ,

( .)
(-), ,
.



.
,
,

( " (/) (End
Voltage (volt/cell)).
,
,
, (Max
Duration (minutes),
(-) (Max Discharge (Ah).

:
o

(/) (End Voltage (volt/cell).


.

( .) (Max Duration (minutes).


.

(-.) (Max Discharge (Ah).


.

: ,
,

.

,
.

Battery , Test tab (page 3).


Discontinuance Battery Test !
..


PowerSuite
:
o

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, "
" (Discontinuance start method)
.
Discontinuance Battery Test !
.,
.
( )
PowerSuite
,
, .. ,
.
,

. 1000 41,6
.

: ,
,
336 (14 ),

Battery dialog box,
Test tab (page 3).


(Start Test)
(Stop Test), .
(Battery),
(Test), Smartpack.
PowerSuite , ,
.


,
.
( ,

).
.
, , PowerSuite
19- 2007 18.00
180 .
, ,
.


.


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( " (/) (End Voltage (volt/cell),
.



.
Discontinuance Battery Test !
..

:
o


(Interval Test))At a specified date and
time (specified in the Interval Test sub-tab)


(Discontinuance Test) ( .) Max
Duration (minutes)
( 1 10).


(Discontinuance Test) " ( ) (Repeat Frequency
(days)) (
0 7 ).


- ,
.
"
- , ,
, .

(. . 89),

, .

.

, .


,
,
,
.
, CAN
Smartpack,
,
.


, Smartpack
,
,

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.

.
( )
.
( )
" ." (DeltaStringCurr),
.

, ,
, 5% .
" ."
(DeltaStringCurr) (Battery) (. ),
(Status).

,
.
.
30 ;
10 (
). [(10+10+10)/3]=10
,
5, 12,5
. , , 10 : [(5+12,
5+12, 5)/3]=10
( )
:
5: (5/10) *100=50% ( 50%)
12, 5: (12, 5/10) *100=50% ( 25%)
" ."
(DeltaStringCurr) 50% ,
5.


,

.
-,
.
Effect of Temperature on Charging Voltage
! ..

100% .

,
.
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Effect of Temperature on Battery Capacity
! ..
,

.



, 20 C

.

48 .
V

Charging Voltage vs. Temperature

57,6
56,64
Max.Comp. Voltage

55,68
54,72

Min.Comp. Voltage

53,76
52,8
0

10

20

30

Temperature

:
o

(/) (Reference Voltage (V/Cell).


,
, 20C, .

(/ ) ().
,
.
C (,
).



:
o

(/) (Min
Compensation Voltage (V/Cell).
.

(/) (Max
Compensation Voltage (V/Cell).
.

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.

.
,
,
.

-3 /C/ ( ) and -5 /C/
(, , , ).

: .
25C
).



20C 25C.

25C. ,
.
, .
25C, .
0C
.

, ,
.
, ,
20C.

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-
,

Excessive Battery Charging and Discharging


! ..
,
. ,
,
.

: , ,
, ,
, .
,
, , ,


, .

Efficiency
Manager .


,
,
.
,

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,
.

,
. ,
,
.
.
, ,
.
-
, - - .
- ,
85% (10, 2
12 ).

,

.
.
.
" " (BatteryLifeTime) (
(Status)
Battery dialog box ( 3), --
" " Temperature Monitor tab ( 3),
,
.
,
,
.

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" " ,
.
:
o


(
).

24, .

The Temperature Monitor table


, C

, C

( )

01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10

00
11
21
31
41
51
61
66
71
76

10
20
30
40
50
60
65
70
75
99

1
1
2
2
3
3
4
6
12
64

96
20
360
130
120
00
00
00
00
00

, , ,
" ",
:

01

1x96

96

02

1x20

20

03

2x360

720

04

2x130

260

05

3x120

360

Total

1456

" " = 1456 / 24 = 60, 7


, " "
, , ,
60

LVBD

, ,
LVBD ,
.
,

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PowerSuite
() ,
,
.
LVBD dialog box
(3)

Solar Panel
50V
Solar DC Power System
LVLD
Load
Telecom
Equipment

0V
AC Mains
LVBD
Cooling System

28C

47V
43V

Battery Bank
DC Power System
LVBD (
) :

( )

43V ( )


:
A.
( )
B. LVBD ,
,
C. 47V (
)
D. 28C (
BatteryTemp) (
)

: -

.
LVBD ,
( A).

LVBD ,
Mains Independent LVBD dialog box ( 3) .

186

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:
- ,
28C.
LVBD ,
28C ( D).

LVBD ,
Temperature Dependent, LVBD dialog box ( 3) .

LVLD ~

, ,
- ,
,

LVLD .
() ,
,

LVLD dialog box
( 3)
Solar Panel
50V
Solar DC Power System
LVLD
Load
Telecom
Equipment

0V
AC Mains
LVBD
Cooling System

28C

48V
44V

Battery Bank
DC Power System

LVLD (
) :

( )

44V ( )

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PowerSuite

(
)


:
A.
( )
B. LVLD ,
,
C. 48V
( )

: -

.
LVLD ,
( A).

LVBD ,
Mains Independent LVLD dialog box ( 3) .


, .
PowerSuite LoadCurrent
,
, (
).
,

(RectifierCurrent) (BatteryCurrent).

.
. ,
.
, (+);
, (-).
,

I=I+I

I= I-I
, I=0A.

0-(-I)=I
I=I

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,
- Smartpack Compack,

CAN bus
Smartpack Compack- power systems
CAN bus ,

.
CAN bus Termination
. ,
CAN bus Eltek Valere
ID .

(software assignment).
DIP
CAN bus ID (hardware assignment)
: Compack DIP ,
1 (
)

Software Assignment --
, Smartpack
Compack
CAN bus ID r (software-assignment).
hot plugged in a power shelf
, Smartpack
01.,
. ID ( CAN bus )
.
, previously installed (hot plugged)
Flatpack2 , ,
.
,
, ,
.

Hardware Assignment

, CAN bus
,
CAN bus ID , DIP switches
.(hardware-assignment).
,
Smartpack , ID # <1>,
() ID # <2> ..
CAN Bus Address Range -- Control Units . 3.
,

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PowerSuite

CAN Bus

14
- Smartpack , Smartnode c,
CAN bus. :

Number of nodes

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

Smartpack controllers

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

<-- ID #

Smartnodes

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

32

<-- ID #

Battery Monitor CAN nodes

33

34

35

36

37

38

39

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

48

<-- ID #

Load Monitor CAN nodes**

49

50

51

52

53

54

55

56

57

58

59

60

61

62

63

64

<-- ID #

65

66

67

68

69

70

71

72

73

74

75

76

77

78

79

80

<-- ID #

I/O Monitor CAN nodes

81

82

83

84

85

86

87

88

89

90

91

92

93

94

95

96

<-- ID #

Mains Monitor nodes

97

98

99

100

101

102

103

104

105

106

107

108

109

110

111

112

<-- ID #

ID

** 4 8 DIP
(max. 14 )
: Compack DIP ,
1 (
)
DIP CAN nodes
Smartpack :

DIP Smartpack :

, node
33.
DIP CAN nodes
Smartnode :

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, node
49.
DIP
CAN nodes , Battery Monitors:
DIP Battery Monitors

, ID
DIP 33.
DIP
CAN nodes , Load Monitors:
DIP Load Monitors

, ID
DIP 49.
,

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PowerSuite
:
: 2 Smartpack , 1
Smartnode and 2 , DIP
:

Smartpack :
ID# 1 ( DIP OFF)

Smartpack :
ID# 2 ( DIP 1 ON)

Smartnode:
ID# 17 ( DIP OFF)

Load Monitor:
ID# 49 ( DIP OFF)

Load Monitor:
ID# 50 ( DIP 1 ON)

-

.
,
, scaling.
Available Inputs and Outputs
, e.g. Available Inputs and Outputs 3
Smartpack


(Available System Current Sense Inputs)

:
Input, Output
Batt. Current Sense Inputs
Current Sense Inputs
Batt. Current Sense Inputs

#
1
8
2

Type
Current Sense
Current Sense
Current Sense

Control Unit
Battery Monitor
Load Monitor
Smartpack

Calibration
X
X
X

Configuration

Scaling
X
X
X

Application
Battery shunt
Load shunts
Battery shunt


(Available System Fuse Monitoring
Inputs)
Fuse
Monitoring :
Input, Output
Batt. Fuse Monitoring
Config. Inputs
Fuse Monitoring Config.
Inputs
Batt. Fuse Monitoring
Config. Inputs

192

#
1
8
2

Type
Fuse
Monitoring
Fuse
Monitoring
Fuse
Monitoring

Control Unit
Battery
Monitor
Load Monitor

Calibration

Smartpack

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Configuration
X

Scaling
X

Application
Battery fuse
Load breakers and ext.
equip.
Battery fuse

Doc-To-Help Standard Template

PowerSuite

Input, Output
Load Fuse Monitoring
Config. Inputs

#
1

Type
Fuse
Monitoring

Control Unit
Smartpack

Calibration

Configuration
X

Scaling
X

Application
Load breakers and ext.
equip.


(Available System Alarm Relay Outputs)

:
Input, Output

Type

Alarm Relay
Outputs
Alarm Relay
Outputs

NC-C-NO
Relay
NC-C-NO
Relay

Control
Unit
I/O Monitor

Calibration

Configuration

Scaling

Application
Ext. control and alarming
purposes
Ext. control and alarming
purposes

Smartpack


(Available System Fan Control Inputs &
Outputs)

.
Input, Output

Type

OCab Fan Speed Control


Outputs
OCab Fan Speed Monitoring
Inputs

Fan
Control
Fan
Control

Control
Unit
I/O
Monitor
I/O
Monitor

Calibration

Configuration

Scaling

Application
Fans in Outdoor Cabinets
Tachometers in Outdoor
Cabinets


(Available System Programmable Inputs)

:
Input,
Output
Config.
Inputs
Config.
Inputs

Type

Programmable

Control
Unit
I/O Monitor

Programmable

Smartpack

Calibration

Configuration

Scaling

Application
Door, fire, generator switches and other
ext. equip.
Door, fire, generator switches and other
ext. equip.


(Available System Temperature Sense
Inputs)

:
Input, Output
Batt. Temp. Sense
Inputs
OCab Temp.
Sense Inputs
Batt. Temp. Sense
Inputs

#
1
2
2

Type
Temperature
Sense
Temperature
Sense
Temperature
Sense

Control Unit
Battery
Monitor
I/O Monitor

Calibration
X
X

Smartpack

Configuration

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X

Application
Battery temperature (sensor
embedded in box)
Temp. sensors in Outdoor
Cabinets
Battery temperature

193

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(Available
System Voltage Inputs)

:
Input, Output
Batt. Symmetry Inputs
Batt. Symmetry Inputs

#
4
8

Type
Voltage Monitoring
Voltage Monitoring

Control Unit
Battery Monitor
Smartpack

Calibration
X
X

Configuration

Scaling
X
X

Application
Batteries
Batteries

(All
Available System Inputs & Outputs)

, .
, .
, .
Input, Output
Batt. Current Sense
Inputs
Current Sense Inputs

#
1

Type
Current Sense

Current Sense

Batt. Current Sense


Inputs
Batt. Fuse Monitoring
Config. Inputs
Fuse Monitoring
Config. Inputs
Batt. Fuse Monitoring
Config. Inputs
Load Fuse Monitoring
Config. Inputs
Alarm Relay Outputs

Current Sense

Fuse Monitoring

Fuse Monitoring

Control Unit
Battery
Monitor
Load
Monitor
Smartpack

Calibration
X

Configuration

Scaling
X

Application
Battery shunt

Load shunts

Battery shunt

Battery fuse

Load breakers and ext. equip.

Fuse Monitoring

Battery
Monitor
Load
Monitor
Smartpack

Battery fuse

Fuse Monitoring

Smartpack

Load breakers and ext. equip.

NC-C-NO Relay

I/O Monitor

Alarm Relay Outputs

NC-C-NO Relay

Smartpack

OCab Fan Speed


Control Outputs
OCab Fan Speed
Monitoring Inputs
Config. Inputs

Fan Control

I/O Monitor

Fan Control

I/O Monitor

Programmable

I/O Monitor

Config. Inputs

Programmable

Smartpack

Batt. Temp. Sense


Inputs
OCab Temp. Sense
Inputs
Batt. Temp. Sense
Inputs
Batt. Symmetry Inputs

Battery
Monitor
I/O Monitor

Smartpack

X
X

Batteries

Battery
Monitor
Smartpack

Batt. Symmetry Inputs

Temperature
Sense
Temperature
Sense
Temperature
Sense
Voltage
Monitoring
Voltage
Monitoring

Tachometers in Outdoor
Cabinets
Door, fire, generator switches
and other ext. equip.
Door, fire, generator switches
and other ext. equip.
Battery temperature (sensor
embedded in box)
Temp. sensors in Outdoor
Cabinets
Battery temperature

Batteries

2
2
4

Ext. control and alarming


purposes
Ext. control and alarming
purposes
Fans in Outdoor Cabinets

, , CAN
..
s , , CAN nodes,
..

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Smartpack Controller -
Smartpack

.
, LCD-.
.

PC
Eltek Valeres PowerSuite
,Ethernet . USB- RS232 PC, SNMP Web .

(Available Inputs and Outputs)


Smartpack
,
. :
o

8
(4 CON4 4 CON3)
Battery Symmetry Measurements
! .

2
(1 CON5 1 CON3)

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2
(1 CON5 1 CON3)

2
(1 CON4 1 CON3)

1 ( CON5)

6
(2 CON1 4 CON2)

6
(2 on CON1 and 4 on CON2)


System Inputs and Outputs - Overview 3.

Smartpack
Smartpack
.
kit. Smartpack
.

Smartpack , Standard
( )

Smartpack , Ethernet
( Ethernet)

Smartpack , RS232 ( )
( )

Smartpack , Basic Slave


( ,
)

Smartpack
User Guide Smartpack Monitoring and Control
Unit, doc. 350003.013.

Compack -
Compack ,
DIN,
Micropack DC.
Eltek Valere
,

web (NMS).

UDP tunneling , PowerSuite


.
Compack Ethernet
Ethernet RJ-45
.
Compack LED :

196

() ( )

() ( )
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() , (ON
OFF)
Networking
the Controller Access Methods 185, Power System
Configuration &
Monitoring Methods 194.
-= 183


I/O Compack pluggable terminal blocks
.

,
.
:
3
( )

o
o

3 Alarm

(NC-C-NO)

,
System
Inputs and Outputs - Overview 177.
Compack
User Guide
Compack Monitoring and Control Unit , doc. 350011.013.

Smartnode -
Smartnode CAN bus node
- .

, RS232 RS485.

RS232 cable

(to external equipment)

CAN bus
(twisted-pair CAT5 cable)
RS485 cable

(to external equipment)

Smartnode
module

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controller

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- -
Battery Monitor CAN bus node

, Smartpack ,
,
.


Battery Monitor
,
.
:

4
( )

1
( )

1
( )

1
( )

,
System Inputs and Outputs - Overview 3.

-
Load Monitor CAN bus node
,
,
Smartpack .


.


Load Monitor
,
.
:

8
( )

8
( )

,
System Inputs and Outputs - Overview 3.

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I/O Monitor -
I/O Monitor CAN bus node
,
Smartpack.

, ..

6
( , ,
)

6
(NC-C-NO; )

2 OCab
( Outdoor Cabinets)

2 OCab
( Outdoor Cabinets)

2 OCab
( Outdoor Cabinets)

,
System Inputs and Outputs - Overview 3.

Compack or Smartpack ,
.

,
LAN ,
Ethernet
TCP/IP

186


, Power System Configuration & Monitoring
Methods 194.
IP
Eltek Valere MAC s
(Media Access Control)
. -- Compack or Smartpack** --
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) .
,
Local Area Network (LAN),

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:
IP (IPv4).
Smartpack
4.2
IP <192.168.10.20>

Ethernet LAN
Local Area Network (LAN)
Ethernet TCP/IP y
(Compack or Smartpack)
LAN, web .
187

,
LAN

Ethernet (
),
LAN

Eltek Valere Network Utility




www.eltekvalere.com

LAN
.

LAN
, LAN,
IP .
Eltek Valere Network Utility ,
LAN ,
.
Ethernet LAN :
( More Detailed 188):
1.

Eltek Valere Network Utility

2.

LAN

3. Eltek Valere Network


Utility
4.

5.
<admin>
6.

Controllers Default IP Address


186.
200

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, Ethernet LAN:
1. Eltek Valere Network Utility
EVIPSetup.exe , .
LAN.
2.

LAN
Ethernet ( Ethernet ) RJ45 RJ-45 LAN
IP LAN DHCP
. Controllers Default IP Address 186

3. Eltek Valere Network Utility program


MAC LAN
, MAC . ,
.
, 1 .
4.


( ) Web Interface
( Internet Explorer) IP
.
( <172.16.5.221>; http:// )

5.

<admin>
Enter , <admin>
as <admin> .
.
How to Change WebPowers Default Log in Passwords ( 210)

6.

,
Network Config Power Explorer
TCP/IP
,
Micropack System, EV Engine Room, Oslo
How to Change the Controllers Device Name ( 212)
Eltek Valere Network Utility .

PC
Local Area Network (LAN) ,

**:
Ethernet Smartpack
1.x (SB70)

Ethernet Network Interface Card


(NIC) RJ-45 socket. NICs

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.

NIC
, (TCP/IP).
DHCP .

Ethernet LAN
( ??????** crossover ,
HP Auto MDI/MDI-X
n)

**:
Ethernet Smartpack
1.x (SB70)

,
NIC

IP . , <0.0.0.1>
- <169.254.52.132>.
,
, IP ,
. NIC IP
<169.254.52.132>, .
, , LAN
.
: (
More Detailed 191):
1.

Eltek Valere Network Utility

2.

MAC a

3.

NICs IP

4.

IP

5.

6.

<admin>

7.

:
Ethernet Smartpack
1.x (SB70)
Controllers Default IP Address 186.


, :

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1.

Eltek Valere Network Utility


EVIPSetup.exe ,
.NIC.
, , Ethernet Network Interface Cards,
;
Eltek Valere Network Utility .

2.

MAC a
Ethernet ( Ethernet ) RJ45 RJ-45 . IP address,
. <0.0.0.1>, Eltek Valere Network Utility
( 1 ) play).
, IP , Static IP
.
, MAC .

3.

NICs IP

(NIC)
Making a note of the IP address and Subnet mask displayed in the Details panel, on the left side of the window.
E.g. IP address: <169.254.52.132>, Subnet mask: <255.255.0.0>
How to Check the Status of your LAN Network Card (NIC) ( 213)
, DOS
IPCONFIG .

4.

IP
Eltek Valere Network Utility
, IPSetup Configuration
IP address , ,. <0.0.0.1> <169.254.52.133>
Network Mask , , <0.0.0.0> <255.255.0.0>
Enable Static IP
IP , Subnet masks ,
.
: <169.254.52.132>
<255.255.0.0>
<169.254.52.133> <255.255.0.0>

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MAC Compack
(00-0A-19-C0-00-91)

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:
NIC
DHCP ) LAN,
(
IP NIC, ,
LAN.
1 2 ,
Repair this connection w
Windows .

How to Check the Status of your LAN Network Card (NIC) (


213)




.
,
, Networking
the Controller
Access Methods 185.

, LAN
, :

,
.

How to Change WebPowers Default Log in Passwords
(210)

PowerSuite
PowerSuite ,
.
Installing PowerSuite ( 4) Installing PowerSuite
(Ethernet) ( 8) PowerSuite Online Help file.

Network Management System (NMS)


.
Monitoring via Network
Management System 195

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-- Network Management System



, Ethernet LAN
Network Management System (NMS).
, NMS
LAN

,
LAN NMS

Ethernet cable (straight


through cable
LAN

Eltek ValereSNMP MIB (Management Information


Base)

Compack Smartpack
SNMP Network Management System (NMS),
SNMP
SET, GET TRAP. SNMP NMS
Ethernet, HP Open View , Sun NetManager .
SNMP GET SET TRAPs to

, .
GET NMS
, ,
SET NMS
, , .
TRAP ,
NMS .
You can regard SNMP agents (network devices) that send TRAPs as clients ,
and network devices that receive TRAPs and poll devices (issue GETs and SETs)
as servers .
- Network Management System
:
SNMP
1.

TRAP receiver IP addresses


(Network Managers that receive alarm messages)

TRAP Community Strings


3.

TRAP Repeat Rates

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4.

Read and Write Community Strings

Refer to topic More Detailed Controller SNMP Configuration on page 197.


NMS configuration:
1.

Compile the Eltek Valeres device specific MIB files into the NMS
dat
aba
se
(Read chapter About Eltek Valeres SNMP MIB Files , page 200)

2.

Add the controller object -- Compack or Smartpack -- to the


Management
Map
(See an example of the Compack controller object added to the
Management Map, in chapter Example NMS Configuration , page
2
0
1
.
)

3.

Ping the controller to ensure connectivity

4.

Define and configure the TRAP event handling, as required

Refer to the NMS manuals for accurate instructions.

More Detailed - Controller SNMP Configuration


Carry out the following steps to configure the Compack or Smartpack
controllers SNMP agent:
1.

Access the controllers configuration pages in your web browser


by opening your web browser (e.g. Internet Explorer) and entering the controllers IP address in the browsers
address
line.
(E.g. <172.16.5.75>; entering http:// before the address is not necessary)

2.

Log in with the <admin> account,


by clicking on the Enter link in the web browser, in the middle of the page and entering <admin> as
user name and <admin> as password. (case sensitive)
Refer also to the log in procedure in topic How to Change WebPowers Default Log in Passwords (page 210) in the
FAQs section.
Note that the web browser must have the Pop-ups function enabled, as the configuration web pages employ Java
script navigation. Read topic How to Enable Pop-ups in the browser -- Internet Explorer (page 209) in the FAQs
section.

3.

208

Configure the Compack or Smartpack controllers SNMP agent by,


Clicking on the Network Config button, on the Power Explorer toolbar
Clicking on the SNMP tab, in the dialog box

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Entering the SNMP agents data in appropriate fields,
as described below
Then clicking on the Save button, to activate the SNMP data

NMS Trap Receiver IP Address fields:


Enter the NMS IP addresses of up to 10 TRAP hosts.
When critical situations occur in the power system, the controllers SNMP agent can unsolicited send alarm messages
to up to 10 different NMS IP addresses (TRAP hosts or managers).
Trap Community Strings fields:
Enter a password for each of the 10 TRAP receivers or hosts. Default password is public (case sensitive). The
password entered here for each TRAP receiver, is also to be entered in the NMS TRAP Receiver
List. Notice:
Community Strings or passwords can be max 19 characters long. Valid characters are A-Z, a-z, 0-9 and
special characters ~@#%^&_-+=:,. Do not use any other characters.
Trap Repeat Rate field:
Enter how often (number of minutes 0-10) the TRAP message will be resent to the receiver, while the event or
alarm
remains in active condition. Enter 0 not to resend.
Send Off Traps check box:
Check the box to enable sending a TRAP message when an event or alarm is reset to normal condition. Uncheck
the box to disable this function.
Authentication and Warmstart Trap Receiver IP field:
Enter NMS IP address (TRAP host or manager) that will receive start-up TRAP messages.
Heartbeat Trap Repeat Rate field:
Enter how often (number of minutes 0-10) the heartbeat , control TRAP message, will be resent to the receiver.
Enter
0 to disable sending heartbeat messages.
Read Community String field:
Enter a password for the SNMP agents Read access level. Default password is public (case sensitive). Network
devices issuing the SNMP GET command must be configured with this
password. Notice:
Community Strings or passwords can be max 19 characters long. Valid characters are A-Z, a-z, 0-9 and
special characters ~@#%^&_-+=:,. Do not use any other characters.
Write Community String field:
Enter a password for the SNMP agents Write access level. Default password is public (case sensitive). Network
devices issuing the SNMP SET command must be configured with this password.
About Community
Strings
You can regard SNMP agents (network devices) that send TRAPs as clients , and network devices that receive
TRAPs and poll devices (issue GETs and SETs) as servers .
The Community String is like a password that the server device issues to the client device during a remote
query
(e.g. a GET or SET command). Both the server and client devices have to use the same password.
Most network devices implement different levels of SNMP access (e.g. Read, Write, etc.) each with its

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password or community string.

About Eltek Valeres SNMP MIB Files


The Eltek Valeres device specific MIB files (Management Information Base) contain device description data,
which is used by other SNMP requester devices in the Network Management System (NMS).

NOTICE:
You can visit www.eltekvalere.com to download Eltek Valeres device
specific MIB files, or contact Eltek Valeres Service Dep

The MIB files are in the plain-text, DOS End-of-Line format, and conform to the
ASN1 coding syntax.
Eltek Valeres SNMP compliant devices are described in one or several MIB
files, which are required for configuration of the Network Management System
(NMS).
There are 3 types of Eltek Valere SNMP MIB files:

The First-Time Installation Type MIB files.


Describe a complete MIB tree structure (root and a branch) for
Eltek Valere SNMP devices.
Use this type of MIB file if your NMS MIB tree does NOT already
contain an Eltek Valere SNMP MIB tree structure.

The Root Type MIB files.


Describe the Eltek Valere MIB tree base or root (no branches for SNMP
devices).
Use this type of MIB file if you want to use several Eltek Valere Branch
MIB files simultaneously as branches in the NMS MIB tree.

The Branch Type MIB files.


Describe the Eltek Valere MIB tree branches for SNMP devices (no
root).
Use this type of MIB file if you already have the Eltek Valere MIB tree
root compiled in the NMS MIB tree.
You can compile several Eltek Valere Branch MIB files in the NMS
MIB tree, thus describing different Eltek Valeres SNMP compliant
devices (equipment).

Following table is an overview of some of the Eltek Valere SNMP MIB files, their
MIB file type and the equipment they describe

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Example -- NMS Configuration
After completing the controllers SNMP configuration see chapter More
Detailed Controller SNMP Configuration , page 197 you have to configure
your NMS, to complete the Monitoring via Network Management System
procedure.
Refer to your NMS manuals for accurate instructions about how to configure the
NMS (e.g. HP Open View , Sun NetManager , etc.)
Follow these general steps to configure the Network Management System:
1.

Compile the Eltek Valeres device specific MIB files into the NMS
database.
Any suitable SNMP based NMS with MIB compiler may be used.
(Read also chapter About Eltek Valeres SNMP MIB Files , page 200)

2.

Add the controller object -- Compack or Smartpack -- to the


Management Map
(The figure below is an example of the Compack controller object
added to the Management Map.)

3.

Ping the controller to ensure connectivity

4.

Define and configure the TRAP event handling, as required

Eltek Valeres unique Enterprise ID is <12148>

Controllers Firmware Upgrade


You can use the Eltek Valere Network Utility program running on a PC
to upgrade the Compack and Smartpack controllers firmware.

NOTICE: You can visit www.eltekvalere.com to download the Eltek


Valere Network Utility program, or contact Eltek Valeres Service Dep.
Use this utility program, EVIPSetup.exe , to find your controllers
firmware version, or access the controllers configuration pages in a web
browser.
Do following:
1.

Connect a PC to the controller


Read topic Networking the Controller Access Methods on page 185

2.

Start the program EVIPSetup.exe,


on the
computer;
On the Eltek Valere Network Utility program:

3.

Select the controller


that you want to update; Check correct MAC address and IP address

4.

Click the Update Software button

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5.

Click the Browse button,


and select the firmware file (s19-format) in the computer.
The Reboot when complete check box must be checked (marked)

6.

Click the Update button


the utility will download and update the firmware to the controller with
the selected IP address

While the firmware is downloaded to the controller, the utility program


displays a progress bar.
Once the firmware has loaded, the controller must restart. It will restart
automatically, because you left the Reboot when complete check box
checked
(marked).


,
Smartpack
.
,

,
, ,
,
.
,
, , ,
.
.

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, (type of input):
(, )
(, )
(, )

(alarm monitor activation).


,
.

(type of alarm reset).


( ,
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(Hysteresis and Time Delay).


(
) .

, .
" " (time delay).
.

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:

.

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( ).

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- .
(LVBD OG)
(LVLD1 OG)
.

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Monitors (Outdoor) .
Smartnode ,
., instead of relay outputs.
,

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Callback Setup tab ( 3) .

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. ,
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(Current-limiting chargers)
,
, .

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.

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Eltek Energy
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.
,
,
.

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.
,
,
.

LVLD
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,
,
.

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(Nominal voltage)
.

(overcharge)
, .
.

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(Over Voltage Protection).

OVS
(Over Voltage Shutdown).

, .

Powerpack
Eltek
Energy Smartpack
Powerpack.

PowerSuite
,
Flatpack2.
MS Windows XP.

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(power supply system)

REVP
. .
, . 119.

RS232
RS232 ( )

RS485
RS485 ( )

Smartpack

Flatpack2 Powerpack.

SNMP
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USB
[Intel]

Alarm monitors are software modules used by the Smartpack controller to measure
system internal and external input signals or logical states.
When an alarm monitor is enabled, it compares the measured parameter with preprogrammed values or limits, and raises an alarm in the event of the measured
parameter reaching one of the limits.
When this event occurs, the alarm monitor stores the event in the Event Log, initiates
an internal action and activates an output group (AOG).
PowerSuite uses 3 types of alarm monitors:
Analogue Alarm Monitors (usually measure voltage or other analogue input signals),
Numeric Alarm Monitors (count the number of AC phases, rectifiers or other
integers) and

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Logical Alarm Monitors (report the state of relay contacts, open or close, or other
similar status)
Read more about Alarm Monitors (page 3) in the Functionality Description section.

Alarm Monitors
See Alarm monitor

Alarm Output Group


An Alarm Output Group (AOG) is a user defined software assignment that consists
of grouping together all the outputs -- alarm relay outputs and or contactors (LVLD
and LVBD); telephone numbers (Smartnode) -- that always are activated at the same
time.
In order to activate the alarm relay outputs, contactors (LVLD and LVBD) or
telephone numbers in the DC power supply system, you have to assign them to
output groups.
Output relay assignment and output relay mapping are similar terms, synonyms.
Read more about Alarm Output Groups (page !
.) in the Functionality Description section.

Alarm Output Groups


See Alarm Output Group

Alarm State
The state of a voltage output or the position of alarm relay contacts when the output
is NOT in normal condition (the output is activated).

Alphanumeric Field
In standard Windows interface, alphanumeric fields in dialogue boxes are areas that
contain text strings or numeric values that the user may change.
Do following to edit the text strings or numeric values in alphanumeric fields:
4.

Click inside the field, to insert the cursor in the text or value.
Use your keyboards arrow keys to reposition the cursor

5.

Use the keyboards standard editing keys (Delete, Backspace and typing
keys) to edit the text or value
Press the ESC key or click on the dialog boxs Cancel button or Close :
button, if you want to discard the edited changes.

6.

Click on the Apply button, in the dialogue box, to save the changes

Accepting or Rejecting Entered Data


In standard dialog boxes, clicking on the Apply or the OK buttons will activate the
parameters and data you entered or selected in the boxs fields.
Clicking on the Cancel button or the Close button the cross, in the dialog boxs
title bar will close the dialog box, and all parameters and data you may have
selected in the boxs fields will be rejected.

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Allowed range of values
If you enter values outside a fields allowed range, a red balloon with an
exclamation mark will appear by the field.
Use the mouse to point at the exclamation mark, and a tool tips text box will
indicate the fields allowed range.

Alphanumeric Fields
See Alphanumeric field

Ampere-hours (Ah)
A measure of energy that is provided to or drawn from a battery. (A current of one
ampere for one hour equals 1Ah).

Amp-Hour Battery Rating


This is the common rating of a battery. Amp-hour rating of battery capacity is
calculated by multiplying the current (in amperes) by discharge time (in hours).
Amp-hour battery rating is commonly used when describing sealed lead acid
batteries used in Telecom and UPS systems.
For example: a battery which delivers 2 amperes for 20 hours would have a 40 amphour battery rating (2 * 20= 40).

Battery Block
Consist of two or more battery cells connected together.
Read more about Battery Functions (page 3) in the Functionality Description section.

Battery Boost Charging


Battery Boost Charging or Equalized Charging is a fast charge technique used to
reduce recharge time for the batteries and equalize the voltage between individual
cells.
The boost charging voltage should always be higher than the float voltage and lower
than the OVP voltage.
If a reduction in recharge time is required, starting boost charging will increase the
charge voltage and current.
Read more about Battery Functions (page 3) in the Functionality Description section.

Battery Capacity
By accepted convention worldwide, it is described in "AMPERE HOUR" at the 10hour rate C10 when discharged at 25C.
i.e.: a battery is 200 Ah at C10, that is the battery will deliver 20 amps current for 10
hours to a cut off voltage of for example 1.80 volts per cell.
Battery capacity is affected by the discharge rate, end-voltage, temperature and age.
Read more about Battery Functions (page 3) in the Functionality Description section.

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Battery Cell
An electrochemical system that converts chemical energy into electrical energy.
Read more about Battery Functions (page 3) in the Functionality Description section.

Battery Cut-off Voltage


Battery Cut-off Voltage is the volts-per-cell to which a battery may be discharged
safely to maximize battery life.
This data is specified according to the actual discharge load and run time. As a rule
of thumb, high amp loads and short run times will tolerate a lower cut off voltage,
whereas a low amps long run time discharge will require a higher cut off voltage.
Read more about Battery Functions (page 3) in the Functionality Description section.

Battery Cycle
A full charge followed by a full discharge (or the other way around). Cycle life is
measured by the amount of times a battery may be charged and discharged. Every
time a battery is charged and discharged, it uses one cycle. Cycle life is very
important in battery applications such as laptop batteries and emergency light
batteries. A NiCad battery has a cycle life of 500-1000 or more cycles.
Read more about Battery Functions (page 3) in the Functionality Description section.

Battery Definition Table


It is also called Discharge Table, which indicates a batterys constant current
discharge performance data.
A battery model for Telecom applications can be selected by referring to a constant
current discharge table for a specific period of time, to a specified end-of-discharge
voltage and temperature.

Battery Discharge Characteristic


The discharge capacity of a lead acid battery varies, and is dependant on the
discharge current.
A battery could use a rate at the 10 hour rate. i.e. the capacity of the battery at 10
hours discharged to an end voltage of 1.80 Vpc (volts per cell) at a temperature of
25C.

Battery Float Voltage


A constant voltage applied to a battery to maintain the battery capacity.
Read more about Battery Functions (page 3) in the Functionality Description section.

Boost Mode
Boost Mode is one of the PowerSuites operation modes, where the rectifiers charge
the batteries much faster than while in Float Mode.

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Boost Voltage
Indicates the output voltage during fast battery recharge (battery boost charging).
Increased charge voltage will reduce the required recharge time.

CAN Bus
Control Area Network. Serial protocol utilized in Flatpack2 systems for
communication between Flatpack2 rectifiers and the Smartpack controllers and other
connected control units. The protocol is also used in Aeon systems

Capacity
The electrical energy content of a battery as expressed in ampere-hours. Capacity is
the total number of ampere-hours or watt-hours that can be withdrawn from a fully
charged cell or battery under specific condition of discharge. The capacity is
measured by observing the time it takes to discharge a battery at a constant current
until a specified cut-off voltage is reached.
See also Battery Capacity on page 3.

Cell mismatch
Cells within a battery pack containing different capacity and voltage levels.

Cell reversal
The stronger cells of a battery (several cells connected in series) impose a voltage of
reverse polarity across a weaker cell during a deep discharge.

Charge
The process of replenishing or replacing the electrical charge in a rechargeable cell
or battery.

Control Unit
See Control Units.

Control Units
The control system -- in Eltek Valere DC power systems consists of control units
or hardware devices connected to the systems CAN bus.
Several types of control units may be connected, such as:

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Smartnode control units

Battery Monitors

Load Monitors

I/O Monitors

Mains Monitors

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Other CAN nodes

C-rate
Unit by which charge and discharge times are scaled. A battery rated at 1000mAh
provides 1000mA for one hour if discharged at 1C. A discharge of 1C draws a
current equal to the rated capacity. The same battery discharged at 0.5C would
provide 500mA for two hours.

Critical Condition
A DC power systems state caused when one or several serious circumstances occur.
Usually, the DC power supply system is in critical condition when the battery bank
is the only supply source (negative battery current).
Using PowerSuite, you can configure which circumstances (monitors in alarm) the
DC power system has to encounter for the system to be in critical condition.

Current-limiting chargers
A charger that keeps the charge current constant during the charge process but allows
the voltage to fluctuate.

Cycle life
The number of cycles a battery provides before it is no longer usable. (A battery is
considered non-usable if its nominal capacity falls below 60 to 80 percent).

DC
Direct Current

DC Power Supply Systems


Eltek Valeres modern ranges of DC power supply systems use the Smartpack
controller and Flatpack2 rectifiers or Powerpack three-phase rectifier modules as
their building blocks.
In addition to these modules, a system incorporates AC distribution for the rectifier
inputs and DC distribution, batteries, LVD options, etc.

DC Power System
Eltek Valeres modern ranges of DC power supply systems, using the Smartpack
controller and Flatpack2 rectifiers or Powerpack three-phase rectifier modules as
their building blocks.
In addition to these modules, a system incorporates AC distribution for the rectifier
inputs and DC distribution, batteries, LVD options, etc.

DC Power Systems
See DC Power System

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Delta Voltage
Delta voltage is an absolute calculated value that represents how well balanced the
battery blocks that form a string are. PowerSuite uses this expression when
calculating battery symmetry.
Delta voltage (Vdelta) is the difference between the calculated and the measured
voltages, e.g. (Vbattery / 2) - Vmeasured = | Vdelta |
A Delta voltage of 0V indicates a completely balanced battery string.

Drop-down List
In standard Windows interface, a drop-down list in a dialogue box is a field
containing a down-arrow button at the fields right side, which displays a list of text
strings or numeric values that the user may select from.
When the list is up, the field displays the selected value.
Do following to select values form the drop-down list:
4.

Click on the down-arrow button, to display the list with available values

5.

If the list is longer than displayed, click on the lists scroll bar buttons (up
or down buttons) to find the value you want to select

6.

Click on the value you want to select.


The drop-down list disappears and the selected value is displayed

Accepting or Rejecting Entered Data


In standard dialog boxes, clicking on the Apply or the OK buttons will activate the
parameters and data you entered or selected in the boxs fields.
Clicking on the Cancel button or the Close button the cross, in the dialog boxs
title bar will close the dialog box, and all parameters and data you may have
selected in the boxs fields will be rejected.

Drop-down Lists
See Drop-down List

Eltek Valere
Eltek Valere is a global corporation that secures worldwide communication by
providing critical power solutions for telecom infrastructure. The company is the
result of the acquisition of Valere Power by Eltek Energy.

End-of-Discharge Voltage
The voltage point to which a battery can be discharged is a function of the discharge
rate. The Recommended End-Voltage Point (REVP) is the voltage at which a battery
should be disconnected from the load.
Discharging the battery below the REVP, or leaving the battery connected to a load
in a discharged state will over-discharge the battery, and may impair its ability to
accept charge.

Energy
Voltage multiplied by current expressed in watts.

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Equalizing Charge
With time, the charge levels of individual cells of a large battery tend to become
slightly unbalanced. The equalizing charge applies an elevated charge voltage for a
few hours to balance the cells. Used mainly for large lead acid cells.

Ethernet
Ethernet is a large, diverse family of frame-based computer networking technologies
that operates at many speeds for local area networks (LANs).
It defines a number of wiring and signaling standards for the physical layer, through
means of network access at the Media Access Control (MAC)/Data Link Layer, and
a common addressing format.
Ethernet has been standardized as IEEE 802.3. The combination of the twisted pair
versions of Ethernet for connecting end systems to the network with the fiber optic
versions for site backbones become the most widespread wired LAN technology in
use from the 1990s to the present, largely replacing competing LAN standards such
as coaxial cable Ethernet, token ring, FDDI, and ARCNET.
In recent years, Wi-Fi, the wireless LAN standardized by IEEE 802.11, has been
used instead of Ethernet for many home and small office networks and in addition to
Ethernet in larger installations

Event
See Events

Events
In Eltek Valere DC power systems, events are system internal actions used in
PowerSuite alarm monitors.
Alarm monitors measure system internal and external input signals or logical states,
and compare the measured parameter with pre-programmed values or limits. The
alarm monitors raise an alarm in the event of the measured parameter reaching
one of the limits.

Flatpack
Eltek Valeres range of DC power supply systems, using the MCU controller and
Flatpack rectifiers as their building blocks. Though the range has been installed
worldwide in a variety of system solutions, and it is now replaced by the compact
Flatpack2 range.

Flatpack2
Eltek Valeres modern range of DC power supply systems, using the Smartpack
controller and Flatpack2 rectifiers as their building blocks. The range covers
integrated, cabinetized and outdoor system solutions.

Float charge
Similar to trickle charge. Compensates for the self-discharge on a lead acid battery.

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Float Mode
Float Mode is one of the PowerSuites operation modes, where the rectifiers charge
the batteries enough to compensate for self-discharging.

HTTP
Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) is a communications protocol for the transfer of
information on intranets and the World Wide Web. Its original purpose was to
provide a way to publish and retrieve hypertext pages over the Internet.

InstallShield Wizard
A graphical screen interface that guides you through the steps required to install a
Windows based software application, such as PowerSuite.
InstallShield for Windows Installer by InstallShield Software Corporation.
The InstallShield Software Corporation creates products that distribute and manage
digital content by using packaged applications.

Latching Contactor
Magnetically latching contactor
The coil of latching contactors is not energized in any state. They change state from
open to close, or vise versa, when a reversed pulse voltage is applied to its coil.

Latching Contactors
See Latching Contactor

Local Area Network


A local area network is a computer network covering a small geographic area, like a
home, office, or group of buildings.

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Current LANs are most likely to be based on switched IEEE 802.3 Ethernet
technology, running at 10, 100 or 1,000 Mbit/s, or on IEEE 802.11 Wi-Fi
technology.
Each node or computer in the LAN has its own computing power but it can also
access other devices on the LAN subject to the permissions it has been allowed.
These could include data, processing power, and the ability to communicate or chat
with other users in the network.

LVBD
Low Voltage Battery Disconnect contactor
System internal latching contactor that disconnects the battery bank from the load,
when a certain voltage limit is reached or other battery critical events occur.

LVD
Low Voltage Disconnect contactor
System internal latching contactor that disconnects the batteries from the load or the
output power from non-priority load, when a certain voltage limit is reached or a
certain event occurs.

LVLD
Low Voltage Load Disconnect contactor
System internal latching contactor that disconnects the output power from nonpriority load, when a certain voltage limit is reached or the mains input fails or other
events occur.

MCB
Miniature Circuit Breaker

Modem
A modem (from modulate and demodulate) is a device that modulates an analog
carrier signal to encode digital information, and also demodulates such a carrier
signal to decode the transmitted information.

NC-C-NO
Acronym for Normally Closed, Common and Normally Open. The expression refers
to the position of 3 relay contacts, when the relay coil is de-energized. When the
relay coil is energized, the NC-C contacts open, and the C-NO contacts close.

Negative DC Distribution
It is usually implemented in 48V and 60V DC power supply systems, which have the
DC distribution on the negative output (-48VDC or -60VDC), and the positive on
a Common Positive DC Output Rail (0V).

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NO-C-NC
Acronym for Normally Open, Common and Normally Closed. The expression refers
to the position of 3 relay contacts, when the relay coil is de-energized. When the
relay coil is energized, the NO-C contacts close, and the C-NC contacts open.

Nominal voltage
The cell voltage that is accepted as an industrial standard.

Non-Priority Load
Telecom equipment or similar supplied from the DC power systems load output
circuits. The equipments continuous operation is NOT essential, and has low backup
priority during Mains outages.
Generally, the DC power system temporally stops supplying this equipment during a
system critical condition, or when the equipments backup leasing time has expired.

Normal Condition
A DC power systems state when no serious circumstances occur. Usually, the DC
power supply system is in normal condition when no critical condition occurs.

Normal State
The state of a voltage output or the position of alarm relay contacts when the output
is in normal condition (not activated).

Overcharge
Charging a battery after it reaches full charge. On overcharge, the battery can no
longer absorb charge and the battery heats up.

OVP
Over Voltage Protection

OVS
Over Voltage Shutdown
When the output voltage of a malfunctioning rectifier reaches a certain limit, the
system automatically shuts down to prevent damages.

Positive DC Distribution
It is usually implemented in 24V DC power supply systems, which have the DC
distribution on the positive output (24VDC), and the negative on a Common
Negative DC Output Rail (0V).

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Powerpack
Eltek Valeres modern range of large three-phase DC power supply systems, using
the Smartpack controller and Powerpack three-phase rectifier modules as their
building blocks.

PowerSuite
PC application used to configure and operate Minipack, Flatpack2 and Powerpack
DC power supply systems. The program is to be run on computers using the
MS Windows XP operating system.

Priority Load
Very important telecom equipment or similar supplied from the DC power systems
load output circuits. The equipments continuous operation is essential and has high
backup priority during Mains outages.

PSS
Power Supply System

REVP
Recommended End-Voltage Point. Read also End-of-Discharge Voltage on page
3.

RS232
Serial communication bus or communication port

RS485
Serial communication bus or communication port

Shunt
A current shunt is usually a resistor of accurately-known very small resistance that
allows the measurement of current values too large to be directly measured by a
particular ammeter.
The current shunt is placed in series with the load, so that nearly all of the current to
be measured will flow through it. The voltage drop across the shunt is proportional to
the current flowing through it, and since its resistance is known, a millivolt meter
connected across the shunt can be scaled to directly read the current value.
Shunts are rated by maximum current and voltage drop at that current, for example, a
500A/75mV shunt would have a resistance of 0.15 milliohms, a maximum allowable
current of 500 amps and at that current the voltage drop would be 75 millivolts.
By convention, most shunts are designed to drop 75mV when operating at their full
rated current and most "ammeters" are actually designed as voltmeters that reach
full-scale deflection at 75mV.

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Smartpack
A versatile microprocessor based controller for monitoring Minipack, Flatpack2 and
Powerpack DC power supply systems in a network.

SNMP
Simple Network Management Protocol

TCP/IP
Transmission Control Protocol/Internet ProtocolA protocol suite used by more
than 15 million users with a UNIX association and widely used to link computers of
different kinds.

Test Mode
Test Mode is one of the PowerSuites operation modes, where the system controller
is performing a specific preprogrammed test of the battery bank.

The Cycle
A process consisting of a single charge and discharge of a rechargeable battery.

Trickle charge
Maintenance charge to compensate for the battery's self-discharge.

USB
Universal Serial Bus [Intel] or communication port

WebPower
A common name for the firmware installed in Eltek Valeres WebPower adapter
module. The firmware provides a communication protocol translator, a physical
layer conversion and Web server software.
WebPower translates the Smartpack controllers pComm protocol into the HTTP
protocol over TCP/IP, used to communicate in the Ethernet network.
The WebPower software provides a graphical user interface (GUI), employed to
configure and operate Minipack, Flatpack2 and Powerpack DC power supply
systems using a standard Web browser.

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