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The Work under this Section consists of furnishing and installation of a complete uninterruptible power supply (UPS) system as shown on the drawings and as specified herein.


REFERENCES: A. IEC International Electrotechnical Committee IEC 62040-1-1 IEC 62040-1-2 IEC 62040-2 IEC 62040-3 B. Uninterruptible Power Systems (UPS) Part 1-1: General and Safety Requirements for UPS used in operator access areas Uninterruptible Power Systems (UPS) Part 1-2: General and Safety Requirements for UPS used in limited access areas Uninterruptible Power Systems (UPS) Part 2: Electromagnetic Compatibility Requirements (EMC) Uninterruptible Power Systems (UPS) Part 3: Performance Requirements and test methods

ANSI - American National Standard Institute ANSI C84.1Voltage Rating for Electric Power Systems and Equipment (60 Hz)


NEMA - National Electrical Manufacturer's Association Pub/No. 1B 4 Pub/No. 1B 5 Pub/No. PE 1 Pub/No. 250 Amperehour and Watthour Capacity of Lead-Acid Industrial Batteries for Stationary Service Life Testing of Lead-Acid Industrial Batteries for Stationary Service Uninterruptible Power Systems Enclosure for Electrical Equipment


NFPA - National Fire Protection Association NFPA 70 NFPA 71 NFPA 75 National Electrical Code Installation, Maintenance and Use of Central Station Signaling Systems Protection of Electronic Computer/Data Processing Equipment

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NFPA 99 NFPA 101 E.

Health Care Facilities Safety to Life from Fire in Buildings and Structures

IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers IEEE 59 IEEE 446 Semiconductor Rectifier Components Practice for Emergency and Commercial Power systems Standby, Industrial and


UL - Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. UL 486A UL 486B UL 924 UL 1778 Wire Connectors and Soldering Lugs for Use with Copper Conductors Wire Connectors for Use with Aluminum Conductors Emergency Lighting and Power Equipment Uninterruptible Power Supply Equipment


SUBMITTALS: A. B. C. Product Data: Submit manufacturer's data on uninterruptible power supply systems and components. Shop Drawings: Submit layout drawings of UPS systems and accessories including, but not limited to, rectifiers/chargers, batteries, and instruments. Maintenance Data: Submit maintenance data and parts list for uninterruptible power supply and accessories including "trouble-shooting" maintenance guide.


TRANSPORTATION, HANDLING AND STORAGE: A. Handle uninterruptible power supply equipment carefully to prevent damage, breaking, and scoring. Do not install damaged units or components; replace with new. Store units in clean dry place. Protect from weather, dirt, fumes, water, construction debris, and physical damage.

B. 1.5

WARRANTY: A. Entire system and components shall be warranted by manufacturer for period of minimum 1year from the substantial completion against defective materials and workmanship. Warranty shall be jointly signed by the manufacturer and the contractor.


QUALITY ASSURANCE: A. Manufacturer's Qualifications: Firms regularly engaged in manufacture of uninterruptible power supply systems, of types and ratings required, whose

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products have been in satisfactory use in similar service for not less than 5 years. Manufacturer shall be subject to approval of the Engineer. B. Installer Qualifications: Firm with at least 3 years of successful installation experience on projects with uninterruptible power supply systems similar to that required for this project, and shall be authorized by the manufacturer and approved by the Engineer. Comply with the applicable requirements of following codes and standards: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. D. IEC 62040: All applicable sections. ISO 9001 NEC as applicable to installation and construction of electrical equipment. NFPA 71, 75 and 101. UL 1778, ANSI, IEEE and NEMA.


Equipment shall conform to the Altitude of site.

PART 2 - PRODUCTS 2.1 GENERAL: A. Provide a three phase, on-line, continuous operation, solid state uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems of type and rating as shown on drawings or specified herein. The UPS shall operate as an active power control system in conjunction with building electrical systems to provide conditioned uninterruptible power for a limited duration of 30 minutes. The system shall consist of a converter, battery bank, solid-state inverter, automatic static bypass-transfer circuit and integral maintenance-bypass circuit. Finish enclosure in manufacturer's standard finish and color. The entire system shall be designed for maximum reliability in emergency service and shall be designed with modular construction for easy field replacement. UPS system includes the following as standard features: 2.2 Transistorized PWM IGBT/intelligent power-module converter. Digital-signal processing (DSP) using PWM for direct-digital-control (DDC) of all UPS control and monitoring functions. Transistorized PWM IGBT intelligent inverter for output.


SYSTEM OPERATION: A. The UPS shall he designed to operate continuously at rated capacity as an online automatic system in the following modes: 1. Normal: The inverter continuously supplies AC power to the critical load. The converter converts commercial AC power to regulated DC power,

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which then serves as the inverter input and, simultaneously, as a float charge input to the storage battery. 2. Emergency: In the event of a commercial AC power failure, the inverter shall derive its input from the system battery, thus pro viding uninterrupted power to the critical load. This transition shall be accomplished without any switching or coupling, and with no interruption of power to the critical load from either a failure or restoration of the commercial AC power. Recharge: Subsequent to restoration of commercial AC power, the converter shall automatically reactivate and provide DC power to the inverter, simultaneously recharging the system battery. This occurs automatically and without interruption to the critical load. Bypass: In the event that the UPS must be taken off-line due to an overload condition or UPS failure, the critical load shall be transferred to the bypass source via the static switch without interruption of power to the critical load. A paralleling wraparound contactor shall he used to maintain the bypass source. The static switch shall only be utilized for automatic emergency transfers. A retransfer from bypass to inverter shall be performed automatically in overload conditions. A retransfer shall he inhibited if satisfactory synchronization of the inverter and bypass is not accomplished. The use of the static switch shall not be required during the manual or automatic retransfer process, thus increasing reliability. Maintenance bypass. The UPS system shall be equipped with an internal maintenance bypass switch (MBS) to allow safe and reliable maintenance of the UPS. The bypass shall he of the make-before- break, zero-energy type to ensure maximum load reliability and personnel safety.






FUTURE EXPANSION AND PARALLEL OPERATION: A. In case the UPS system consists of several units, then the individual units shall have a synchronization facility (CARD) built-in to allow the Modules to be synchronized. The Modules shall work in parallel and shall operate on a common DC bus. The UPS shall be capable of a field upgrade to allow parallel operation with additional UPS modules for increased capacity or for redundant operation. The parallel systems shall be capable of operation on a common DC bus or with a separate DC bus for each system module and shall provide proportional load sharing between all available modules. To provide a true fault-tolerant control system, any individual UPS module shall be capable of automatically assuming control of the entire system.



PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS: Power rating at 0.8 lagging (kVA/KW) Input voltage Input voltage range

: As shown on drawings. : 400 volts, 3-phase. 3-wire. : +10 %, -15 %.


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Input frequency

: 60 Hz 5 percent.

Input power factor: 0.98 lagging, minimum at 100% load; 0.93 lagging, minimum at 50% load without additional harmonic filters. Reflected input current total harmonic distortion (HTD): 3% maximum at 100% load, 6 % maximum at 50% load. Nominal output voltage : 400/230 volts, .3-phase, 3-wire

Nominal dynamic- voltage regulation: 1% for unbalanced loads. Voltage transient response: a. b. -3% for a 50% load step. 5% for a 100% load step. 2% THD maximum with 100% linear load. Typically 4% THD maximum with 100% nonlinear load. 125% for 10 minutes while maintaining voltage regulation. 1000% for one cycle while using the bypass for fault clearing.

Output voltage-harmonics distortion: a. b.

Output overload capability: a. b.


Full load efficiency: greater than 92%.

ADDITIONAL STANDARD FEATURES: Fault memory and diagnostics. Menu-controlled operation. Active control of output voltage distortion. Automatic input current walk-in. Remote operation. Automatic UPS restart and load pickup after the battery is depleted and utility power is restored. Internal DC disconnect and fuse protection. Remote and local emergency power OFF (EPO). Isolation transformer shall be built-in for all UPS bigger than 80 kVA.


BATTERY: A. The battery shall be sized to power the fully loaded inverter for 30 minutes as minimum or as indicated on drawings and shall be of the high capacity, sealed, lead-acid requiring no addition of water during service life. Rechargeable battery shall have an expected service life in excess of 10 years and shall be guaranteed for 10 years; 1 year unconditionally and 9 years pro-rata.


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INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROLS: A. Manufacturers standard instrumentation and controls suitable to determine that the system is operating in a satisfactory manner. UPS shall have an electronic status display panel indicating all the necessary parameters required for satisfactory operation and monitoring. ENCLOSURE: A. The entire system shall be enclosed in Manufacturers standard free-standing, sheet-steel NEMA 1 or equivalent enclosure, painted finish, with hinged door. The doors shall be key-locked. All potentially hazardous components shall have safety covers and be properly marked with tags to indicate care handling. The battery shall be arranged for easy maintenance. Every possible care shall be taken to main installation and connection easy and fast.



PART 3 - EXECUTION 3.1 INSTALLATION: A. B. 3.2 The uninterruptible power supply system shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturer's drawings, instructions, and recommendations. All electrical wiring and methods shall conform to the requirements of Section 16050 - BASIC MATERIALS AND METHODS.

TEST: A. The completed installation shall be tested in accordance with the manufacturer's written recommendations. Testing shall be conducted by representatives of the manufacturer. The Owner and the Engineer and shall be notified in advance and shall have the option to witness the test. Certified copies of test procedures and results shall be forwarded to the Engineer. END OF SECTION

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