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Quick Start Guide

Installation, Operation, Commissioning and Maintenance

Minipack, PS System

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DC Power Supply System Integrated Applications Introduction o The Smartpack based Product Range (2 )
DC Power Supply System
Integrated Applications
Introduction
o
The Smartpack based Product Range
(2 )
o
Brief System Description ⎯ Minipack
(2 )
Installation
o
Installing Smartpack, Rectifier Modules and Blind Covers
( 3)
o
Installation and Maintenance Details
⎯ Opening or Closing the Minipack Drawer Shelf
(4 )
⎯ Mounting or Removing Minipack Blind Covers (old type)
(4 )
⎯ Removing or Mounting Load MCBs
( 5)
⎯ Configuring Priority and Non-Priority Load Circuits ( 5)
o
Installation steps; mechanical, electrical
(6-7)
o
Location of Components, GA drawing; 6 and 4 rectifiers systems
(8 )
o
Connections, Factory Settings, etc.
( 9)
Commissioning
o
Pre-start check
(10 )
o
Commissioning steps, Startup
(10-11)
Operation
o
Front keys and display, Installing PowerSuite – PC software
(12 )
o
Software Menus – Smartpack controller
( 13)
Appendix
Communication
o CAN Bus Termination & Addressing
(14 )
AC Mains
o
External AC Fuses ~ Recommended Rating
( 15)
o
Mains Reconfiguration – AC Input Connection Kit
(16 )
o
Mains Feeds versus Rectifier ID
( 17)
Battery Monitoring
o
Controller’s 48V Battery Symmetry Connections
(18 )
o
Battery Monitor’s 48V Battery Symmetry Connections
(19-20)
o Battery Interface Card ~ Terminals & Pin-out,
Alarms & Monitoring
( 21)
o
Standard Alarm Relays & Digital Inputs
(22 )
o
Alarm Interface Card ~ Terminals & Pin-out
(22 )
o
Alarm Interface Card, Extended ~ Terminals & Pin-out
( 23)
o Alarm Interface Card, External ~ Terminals & Pin-out
Internal Connections
( 23)
o System Interface Card ~ Terminals & Pin-out
(24 )
o LVD Latching Contactors
CAN Bus Nodes
(24 )
o
Battery Monitor CAN Node
( 25)
o
Load Monitor CAN Node
(26 )
o
I/O Monitor CAN Node
( 27)
Drawings
o
Schematic Diagram Minipack 48VDC, 3.2kW
( 29)
o
Schematic Diagram Minipack 48VDC, 4.8kW
(30 )
Check Lists
pullout forms
o
Installation Check List
o
Circuit Distribution List
o
Commissioning Procedure
o
Maintenance Procedure
Introduction The Smartpack based Product Range Eltek Valere's Smartpack based product range utilizes the Smartpack

Introduction

The Smartpack based Product Range

Eltek Valere's Smartpack based product range utilizes the Smartpack controller, and Flatpack2 rectifiers, Powerpack rectifiers and Minipack rectifiers as building blocks for implementing effective DC power systems, suitable for a wide range of applications and power ratings.

for a wi de range of applicatio ns and power ratings. Powerpack System Flatpack 2 System,

Powerpack System

Flatpack2 System, Cabinetized Indoor and Outdoor Cabinets

Flatpack 2 System, Cabinetized Indoor and Outdoor Cabinets Flatpack 2 System, Integrated 4U and 1U Distributions

Flatpack2 System, Integrated 4U and 1U Distributions

Minipack System, Integrated

Minipack System, Integrated

Cabinetized systems are suitable for indoor or outdoor applications. In addition to the power system and the distribution unit, the cabinet may also contain battery banks, additional distribution and other dedicated equipment.

Integrated systems consist of the power system, which includes rectifiers and controller(s), and the distribution unit (1U or 4U high). Integrated systems are sold primarily for mounting in existing cabinets.

Powerpack systems are suitable for large Central Office power plants, and use three-phase rectifier modules.

Minipack systems are suitable as small, stand-alone battery chargers and DC power supplies.

Brief System Description Minipack

The Minipack PS system is a compact and cost-effective DC power supply system, specifically developed for the telecom industry.

Alarm Outputs NC-C-NO Digital Inputs

the telecom industry. A larm Outputs NC-C-NO Digital Inputs PowerSuite R e m o t e

PowerSuite

industry. A larm Outputs NC-C-NO Digital Inputs PowerSuite R e m o t e Monitorin g

Remote

Monitoring

Application

Minipack

USB cable Smartpack (Ctrl. Unit) Fuse Alarm AC Fuses, external (230V) LVLD CAN Bus LVBD
USB cable
Smartpack
(Ctrl. Unit)
Fuse Alarm
AC Fuses,
external
(230V)
LVLD
CAN Bus
LVBD
Minipack rectifiers
Load
Fuses
& MCBs
Symmetry
Alarm &
DC
AC Supply
Battery
Temp. Sensor
distribution
(Single- or
Fuses
three-phase)
*
Sensor distribution (Single- or Fuses three-phase) * Telecom equipment DC Supply 48V Batte ry str ing
Telecom equipment DC Supply 48V
Telecom
equipment
DC Supply
48V

Battery string #1

Example of a typical Minipack PS system for DC power supply of telecom equipment. The system is supplied from an external AC mains supply, and is delivered in one power shelf for integration in existing cabinets (integrated). An external battery bank is to be connected.

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Controller & Modules

Installation

Controller & Modules Installation Installing Smartpack and Rectifier Modules Smartpack controller Hole to release

Installing Smartpack and Rectifier Modules

Smartpack controller Hole to release the handle’s spring mechanism Handle in locked position
Smartpack
controller
Hole to release the
handle’s spring
mechanism
Handle in locked position
the handle’s spring mechanism Handle in locked position Smartpack rear connections Smartpack controller Handle in

Smartpack rear connections

Smartpack

controller

Handle in
Handle in
Smartpack rear connections Smartpack controller Handle in unlocked p osition   CAUTION : Do not hand-carry
Smartpack rear connections Smartpack controller Handle in unlocked p osition   CAUTION : Do not hand-carry

unlocked position

 
 

CAUTION: Do not hand-carry the controller by its handles. Cables and circuit boards are plugged to the controller’s rear panel. Open the handles before inserting the controller into the power shelf.

Device

hazard

 

Mounting or Removing Smartpack Controller

Mounting the Smartpack controller

1. Open the handles by inserting a screwdriver into the holes to release the spring mechanism

2. Insert the module fully into the power shelf, after plugging the cables to the rear panel

3. Lock the handles by pushing the handles up into their housings (locked position), so that the module is securely locked

Removing the Smartpack controller

1.

Open the handles by inserting a screwdriver into the holes to release the spring mechanism

2.

Remove the module by using both handles to pull the module loose gently; support from underneath; unplug the cables connected to the rear panel

Mounting or Removing Minipack Rectifiers and Blind Covers

Minipack

rectifier

Minipack Rectifiers and Blind Covers Minipack rectifier Locking Scre w Mounting Rail Front Handle Minipack blind
Minipack Rectifiers and Blind Covers Minipack rectifier Locking Scre w Mounting Rail Front Handle Minipack blind

Locking Screw

Mounting

Rail

Front Handle

Minipack rectifier Locking Scre w Mounting Rail Front Handle Minipack blind cover Locking Screw 1. Unlock
Minipack blind cover
Minipack
blind cover
Scre w Mounting Rail Front Handle Minipack blind cover Locking Screw 1. Unlock the module by

Locking Screw

1. Unlock the module by using a screwdriver to loosen the locking screw

2. Insert or remove the module by sliding it on its mounting rail fully into the power shelf, so that the module makes proper contact (hot-pluggable) or using the front handle to pull the module loose; support from underneath before the unit is completely free

3. Lock the module by screwing home the locking screw (locked direction). Then, the module will be securely locked in the shelf, or ready for transport

4. Mount blind covers in unused module locations (the same mounting and removing procedure as for rectifiers)

(the same mounting and removing procedure as for rectifiers) Electric shock Device hazard CAUTION : The

Electric

shock

and removing procedure as for rectifiers) Electric shock Device hazard CAUTION : The modules may be

Device

hazard

CAUTION: The modules may be warm. Remove the locking screw before inserting them into the power shelf (hot-pluggable).

CAUTION: Do not relocate already hot-plugged rectifiers to other positions in the power shelf. New rectifiers must be hot-plugged in the power shelf, one at time, starting from the left with position 1, 3, 5 and 2, 4, 6.

WARNING: To replace installed rectifiers with new ones, remove the installed rectifiers and wait for the controller to notify communication error with the extracted rectifiers. Slide the new rectifiers fully into the power shelf — one module at a time, allowing a 2s delay. Start with the shelf position with lowest ID number. Lock the modules.

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Installation Detail s Installation and Maintenance Details Fastening screws for the shelf frame Minipack Sliding

Installation

Details

Installation and Maintenance Details

Fastening screws for the shelf frame
Fastening screws
for the shelf frame

Minipack Sliding Drawer Shelf in Operation Position

Fastening screws for the shelf frame

F1, F2…Plastic

Cover

Fastening screws for the shelf frame F1, F2…Plastic Cover Opening or Closing the Minipack Drawer Shelf

Opening or Closing the Minipack Drawer Shelf

To access the Minipack distribution area, you have to open the sliding drawer shelf. Do following to open or close the drawer:

1. Unlock the drawer shelf by using a screwdriver to loosen the upper and lower locking screws. Do not loose the screw in the middle!

2. Open or close the drawer shelf by holding the drawer from the side plates — or by the protection bars, if fitted — and sliding it outwards. The drawer shelf is then in the Maintenance Position. or close the drawer by sliding it on its mounting rail fully into the shelf

3. Lock the drawer shelf by screwing home the upper and lower locking screws on both left and right side plates. The drawer is then securely locked in the shelf, in its Operation Position

Fastening screws for the drawer

Shelf

Frame

Bars
Bars
Fastening screws for the drawer Shelf Frame Bars Minipack Sliding Drawer Shelf in Maintenance Position

Minipack Sliding Drawer Shelf in Maintenance Position

Holes for

fastening

Protection

Mounting or Removing Minipack Blind Covers (old type)

Minipack

blind cover Front handle Locking screw to secure the blind cover
blind cover
Front handle
Locking
screw
to secure the blind cover

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For new blind covers, refer to page 3.

1. Unlock the blind cover by using a screwdriver to loosen the locking screw

2. Insert or remove the blind cover by sliding it on its mounting rail fully into the power shelf or sliding it out, by inserting your fingers in the cover’s front handle and pulling it loose

3. Lock the blind cover by screwing home the locking screw (locked direction). Then, the blind cover will be securely locked in the shelf, or ready for transport

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Details

Installation

Details Installation Removing or Mounting Load MCBs CAUTION: Power must be OFF during this operation! Plug

Removing or Mounting Load MCBs

CAUTION: Power must be OFF during this operation! Plug for MCB1 Minipack front MCB1 MCB8
CAUTION: Power must be OFF during this operation!
Plug for MCB1
Minipack front
MCB1
MCB8
1. Remove the F1, F2… plastic cover by
unscrewing the cover’s frontal screw,
then inserting a small screwdriver into the cover’s gap and
carefully press down and out to release the locking tabs.
0
2. Switch OFF the MCB by
switching the MCB handle to “0” position (upwards)
1
MCB8
3. Remove or insert the MCB by
using your fingers — or the MCB extraction tool, if
available — to pull out and unplug the MCB
or
pressing the MCB into the upper and lower plugs
(Upper and

lower plugs)

Configuring Priority and Non-Priority Load Circuits

CAUTION: Power must be OFF during configuration! Only one screw may be removed.

1. Remove the F1, F2… plastic cover by unscrewing the cover’s frontal screw, then inserting a small screwdriver into the cover’s gap and carefully press down and out to release the locking tabs.

Priority Load Screws (accessible with unplugged MCBs) Plugs for MCB1 F3-F10 Screw (Y6) F5-F10 Screw
Priority Load Screws
(accessible with unplugged MCBs)
Plugs for MCB1
F3-F10 Screw (Y6)
F5-F10 Screw (Y7)
F7-F10 Screw (Y24)
F9-F10 Screw (Y25)

2. Switch OFF and unplug the actual MCBs by switching the MCB handle to “0” (upwards), then using your fingers to pull out the MCB

3. Remove the actual Priority Load Screw by using a screwdriver to unscrew the Priority Load Screw (refer to table below). Keep the removed screw in the clip, on the cover’s inside

Configuration of Priority & Non Priority Load Circuits

Screw Removed

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

None

P

P

P

P

P

P

P

P

P

P

Y25

NP

NP

NP

NP

NP

NP

NP

NP

P

P

Y24

NP

NP

NP

NP

NP

NP

P

P

P

P

Y7

NP

NP

NP

NP

P

P

P

P

P

P

Y6

NP

NP

P

P

P

P

P

P

P

P

WARNING: Only one screw can be removed at a time.

P=Priority Load Circuits

NP =Non Priority Load Circuits

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Installation Installation Steps Check off in the Installation Check List, that you find in the

Installation

Installation Steps

Check off in the Installation Check List, that you find in the pullout section of this folder. Also, refer to the system’s specific drawings.

200 mm 2U 600 mm
200 mm
2U
600 mm

Minipack System, Cabinetized (Minipack PSS subassembly mounted in a cabinet)

(Minipack PSS subassembly mounted in a cabinet) Preparing the Installation Site Begin preparing the

Preparing the Installation Site

Begin preparing the following:

1 Organize the installation site

o

A 2U high spare location in existing 19”, 250 mm cabinet

o

Min. Clearances: 60 cm in front

o

Explosive atmospheres are to be avoided. Ensure suitable ventilation

2 Prepare the installation tools

suitable ventilation 2 Prepare the installation tools EMC regard o Use insulated tools suitable for telecom

EMC

regard

o Use insulated tools suitable for telecom installations

3 Prepare AC Supply: AC input cable(s) and fuses

o

Correct type AC supply is available

o

External AC fuses have correct rating

o

AC input cable(s) are sized correctly

For external AC fuses and AC input cable ratings, refer to your site’s AC supply specification. Read also our external AC fuse recommendations in section “Appendix”. In general, a site with better AC supply quality (stable nominal voltage) may use smaller breakers.

Mechanical Installation

Power is OFF!

smaller breakers. Mechanical Installation Power is OFF! Minipack PSS (subassembly), Doc. Chart, QS Guide, Spec.

Minipack PSS (subassembly), Doc. Chart, QS Guide, Spec. Dwgs, CD-ROM

Carry out the following:

CAUTION: When transporting cabinetized Minipack systems with mounted rectifier modules, ensure that support plates or structures are always mounted under the Minipack PSS subassemblies.

4 Remove packaging and check equipment

o

Check you have received all the parts and correct documentation

o

Inspect the equipment for physical damage (report any damages)

o

Leave rectifier modules in their packaging or in the selves, if factory installed. To be installed under commissioning

if factory installed. To be installed under commissioning Device hazard 5 Remove the cabinet’s top cover

Device

hazard

5 Remove the cabinet’s top cover and dummy front panel

o

Connection terminals are accesses by opening the drawer shelf

o

Battery shelves (if any) are placed behind the lower panels

6 Position and fasten the subassembly

o

Minipack is fastened in existing 19” or in ETSI cabinets, using brackets

o

If required, mount the special 3ph AC Input Connection Kit, part 228898 (4800W systems) or part 238394 (3200W systems). Follow the kit’s documentation Doc 2045795 or Doc. 2045089

Follow the kit’s documentation Doc 2045795 or Doc. 2045089 Electric shock 7 Mount the external batteries

Electric

shock

7 Mount the external batteries on the shelves

Electric shock 7 Mount the external batteries on the shelves Plastic Cover Minipack drawer shelf slid
Electric shock 7 Mount the external batteries on the shelves Plastic Cover Minipack drawer shelf slid

Plastic Cover

Minipack drawer shelf slid out in the maintenance position

6

o

Start (if applicable) placing the batteries on the lower shelf first, and continue upwards

o

Do not terminate the battery cables yet!

8 Open the Minipack drawer shelf and lift the plastic cover

o

Unlock the upper and lower screws and slide the drawer shelf open; read the Installation & Maintenance Details chapter

o

Lift the Melenex plastic cover to access the connection terminals

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Device Electric shock Installation Service Loop Cable lengths enabling to open the drawer shel f

Device

Electric

shock

Installation

Device Electric shock Installation Service Loop Cable lengths enabling to open the drawer shel f Minipack

Service Loop Cable lengths enabling to open the drawer shelf

Loop Cable lengths enabling to open the drawer shel f Minipack drawer shelf slid out in

Minipack drawer shelf slid out in the maintenance position

Electrical Installation

Power is OFF!

Carry out the following: (Refer to the next chapters “Location of Components…” and “Connections…” or to the system’s specific drawings)

CAUTION: The cable lengths must be long enough (service loop) to allow opening the Minipack drawer shelf.

9 Make the system completely voltage free

o Switch OFF or remove all load fuses (MCB1, MCBx), battery fuses (Fb1, Fbx) and the AC supply fuses, in external fuse boards

10 AC Connections

o

Check AC configuration: the external AC supply consists of 3 single phase mains feed and earth (PE). Note: If the 3ph AC Input Connection Kit, part 228898 or 238394 is used, follow instead the instructions on page 16

o

Connect the AC Earth wires (PE) to the terminals X5:1-2 (PE)

o

Connect the AC input cables to the terminals X5:3-4, 5-6, 7-8. Cable and terminal block labeling are to correspond

11 DC Connections Load Circuits

o

DC Earth (TE); check that the common DC Output Rail is connected to “Telecom Earth” (TE) at only one place (at the cabinet , cable X7A, or at a central distribution point)

o

For each DC load, connect one of the cables to the common DC output terminal, and the other to terminal X6B:F1, F2, etc.

12 DC Connections Alarm & Signal Circuits

o

Refer to your system’s connection drawings and configuration, or to the “Appendix, Alarms & Monitoring” section, terminal blocks X1, X2A and or X2B.

o

Terminate Alarm Circuit cables to the relay output terminals

o

Terminate Signal Circuit cables to the digital input/output terminals

13 DC Connections Battery Cables

CAREFUL! Use correct polarity.

For 48V systems using the battery symmetry mid-point measurement, refer to the figure in this page. For other measurement methods, refer to the Battery Symmetry Connections chapters in this guide’s Appendix section. For each battery shelf:

CAUTION: Mount cable lugs upside down on the (+) battery cables

a

Mount 3 intercell links to connect in series 4 battery blocks

b-c

Connect battery cables to fuses (Fb1, Fb2, etc.) and Common Battery (X7A) and to the battery shelf’s outer terminals; (+) and (-)

d-e

Connect battery symmetry cables, if applicable, to the input terminals, and to the center terminal of the battery string (+) and to the -48V outer terminal. Deviation from factory settings requires Symmetry reconfiguration via PowerSuite

f-g

Connect the temperature sensor cable, if applicable, to the D-Sub plug or input terminal, and fix the temperature sensor (at the end of the cable) to a suitable place in the middle of the installed battery bank

Common Battery Cables (+) Cable lugs mounted upside down Chassis Link 2 (X7A) (DC Earth)
Common Battery
Cables (+)
Cable lugs mounted
upside down
Chassis
Link 2 (X7A)
(DC Earth)
Common
Battery
EG
Battery X7A
Fuse, Fbx
Card Art.200576
2-1
15 pins D-Sub
(male)
Battery
Cable
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
+
(-48V) Outer
Terminal
Block1
Block3
Block4
+
Intercell Links
0V Outer
Terminal
Symmetry 1
Temp. Sensor cable 1
Temp. sensor

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Installation Location of Components, GA drawing The drawings show the location of components in Minipack

Installation

Location of Components, GA drawing

The drawings show the location of components in Minipack PS Systems. Or refer to specific drawings included with your system.

CAN1 Plastic Protective Cover for AC Terminals OR location of AC Mains, when using the
CAN1
Plastic Protective Cover for AC Terminals
OR location of
AC Mains, when using the AC kit, part 228898
CAN bus communication with rectifiers (to Smartpack rear)
CON5A, For internal connections
(to Smartpack rear)
Cable Fastening Plate
LVBD latching contactor
Top view
LVLD latching contactor (optional)
X5: pin 1
AC Mains
DC Earth
AC Mains & Earth (PE) Terminals
X7A, Exchange Ground (EG) or system
ground. Link connected to chassis
X6A:
Common Battery (+)
Common DC Output (+)
X7A, Battery connections
Load terminal block
Fb1, Fb2
Battery connections (−)
X6B: pin 1
Location of
DC Output (−)
Smartpack controller
Load terminal block
Forward sliding
Minipack Rectifier
drawer shelf
Smartpack controller
Battery Fuses
Load MCBs
Front view
NOTE: For information about connecting
Battery Symmetry, Temperature Sensor,
Alarm and Monitoring circuits, refer to
section “Appendix”, and read the Battery
Monitoring, Alarms & Monitoring chapters.
Minipack rectifiers
Minipack, 6 Rectifiers (48V, 4800W)

CAN1

Plastic Protective Cover for AC Terminals OR location of AC Mains, when using the AC
Plastic Protective Cover for AC Terminals
OR location of
AC Mains, when using the AC kit, part 238394
CAN bus communication with rectifiers
(to Smartpack rear)
CON5A, For internal connections
(to Smartpack rear)
Cable Fastening Plate
LVBD latching contactor
X5: pin 1
AC Mains
LVLD latching contactor (optional)
AC Mains & Earth (PE) Terminals
DC Earth
Top view
Common Battery (+)
X7A, Exchange Ground (EG) or
system ground.
Link connected to chassis
X7A, Battery connections
X6A:
Common DC Output (+)
Fb1
Load terminal block
Fb1, Fb2, Fb3, Fb4
X6B: pin 1
Battery connections (−)
DC Output (−)
Load terminal block
Location of
Smartpack controller
Minipack Rectifier
Forward sliding
drawer shelf
Smartpack controller
Battery Fuses
Load MCBs
Front view
Minipack rectifiers
Minipack, 4 Rectifiers (48V, 3200W)

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Installation

Installation Connections, Factory Settings, etc The schematic shows the connection terminals in Minipack PS Systems. Or

Connections, Factory Settings, etc

The schematic shows the connection terminals in Minipack PS Systems. Or refer to specific drawings included with your system.

Minipack PS System, Integrated

Notice: If the “3ph AC Input Connection Kit”, part 228898 or 238394 is used, follow
Notice: If the “3ph AC Input Connection Kit”, part
228898 or 238394 is used, follow the AC
connection instructions on page 16.
Smartpack
(Front)
FUNCTION
SIGNAL
TERM. POINT
X5
AC Earth (PE)
USB
PE
1
Com
PE
2
USB 2.0
Cable
N3
3
Mains Feed 3
Type B serial port
L3
4
5
Mains Feed 2
N2
(Rear)
L2
6
CAN1 port
Mains Feed 1
N1
7
RJ45, 8 pins
Interface Cards Connections
L1
8
Refer to the connections for the actual terminal
circuit boards installed in your system
2.5 mm 2 ,
max.
CAN1 port
wire section
M4 terminals
RJ45, 8 pins
Battery Connections (X4)
CAN
FUNCTION
SIGNAL
PIN-OUT
Com
Terminal Circuit Board, Art. 200576
Battery Symmetry 1-4 and Temp. Sense 1
X6B
X6A
Cable
(For CAN bus
termination, see section
“Appendix”)
(See page 21 for pin-out information)
Load Circuit 1
+ 1
MCB1
Battery Connections, Extended (X3)
Load Circuit 2
+ 2
MCB2
Terminal Circuit Board, Art. 200576
Batt. Symmetry 5-8, Temp. Sense 2, Batt. Current
and Batt. Fuse Fail
Load Circuit 8
(Not applicable for Smartpack RS232 D-Sub option,
on rear panel)
+ 8
MCB8
(See page 21 for pin-out information)
Load Circuit 10
+ 10
MCB10
Alarm Outputs & Digital Inputs (X1)
Terminal Circuit Board, Art. 218470
Digital Input 1-2 and Relay Output 1-2
(See page 22 for pin-out information)
X7A
(Minipack systems with 6 rectifiers
have 8 DC load outputs available.
Systems with 4 rectifiers have 10
DC load outputs)
Battery Cables, string 1
Alarm Outputs & Digital Inputs
Extended (X2A & X2B)
Fb1
Battery Cables, string x
Terminal Circuit Board, Art. 218473
Digital Input 3-6 and Relay Output 3-6
Fbx
(Not applicable for Smartpack Ethernet option)
M6 screws, cable lugs
max. 15 mm width
(See page 23 for pin-out information)
Common
Battery “Rail”
CAN bus
End-of-Line
Plug
(120Ω)
Battery
Fuses
Load Fuses
AC Mains Inputs
6 mm 2 , max. wire section

Note:

Both Minipack 4 and 6 Rectifiers systems are shipped with fixed shunts (not replaceable), size 100A, 60mV

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Commissioning The Minipack PSS startup consists of following stages: I. Perform a pre-start check before

Commissioning

The Minipack PSS startup consists of following stages:

I. Perform a pre-start check before the PS system is switched ON

II. Switch ON the system with disconnected load; adjust output voltage

III. Adjust the nominal output voltage with connected batteries and load

I

Pre-Start Check

Power is OFF!

Check off in the Commissioning Procedure, that you find in the pullout section of this folder.

If you have just finished the system installation successfully and filled in the Installation Check List, jump over the Pre-Start Check and continue with stage II.

Before you switch ON the Minipack PS system, verify the following:

switch ON the Minipack PS system, verify the following: Device hazard 1. System installation is completed

Device

hazard

1. System installation is completed

o

Ensure a correctly performed system installation, with correct polarity on all connections (Installation Check List filled in)

o

All cabling is securely terminated and supported

o

All components, terminal blocks, MCBs/ fuses, etc. are clearly labeled

2. Battery and load fuses are disconnected

o Verify that all battery and load MCBs/ fuses are switched OFF

3. AC input cable(s) and AC Earth wire (PE) are terminated

o

Make sure that the AC input cable(s) are correctly connected to the AC terminals

o

Verify that the AC input cable(s) and external AC fuses are sized and rated as specified

o

Check that AC Earth (PE) is terminated, and electrically connected to chassis

4. Site specific parameters and settings are known

o Read the site specific drawings and documentation

5. AC supply and all MCBs, fuses are switched OFF

o Make sure that all external AC fuses and internal MCBs/ fuses are switched OFF

Commissioning Steps, Startup

Check off in the Commissioning Procedure, that you find in the pullout section of this folder.

After the ”Pre-start Check” is performed, you can begin with stage II. During the stage, you will switch ON the Minipack PSS — while the batteries and load are disconnected then measure the output voltage, and adjust it if required. Carry out the following:

II

Startup and No-Load Adjustments

Power is ON!

1. Disconnect all rectifier modules, without removing them (keep original location)

modules, without rem oving them (keep original location) Device hazard o Verify that all Minipack rectifier

Device

hazard

o Verify that all Minipack rectifier modules are disconnected (unplugged) but NOT physically removed from the power shelf. Also, read about the correct rectifier position, page 17, and how to mount them, on page 3.

2. Switch ON the system

o Switch ON the AC input supply (external AC fuses) to the Minipack system

3. Measure and verify that the AC input voltage is correct

o

Measure the AC terminals’ input voltage at the system’s AC Mains terminals

o

Verify that the AC voltage is within range

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Commissioning

Commissioning 4. Mount all Minipack rectifier modules in the power shel ves (keep original location) o

4. Mount all Minipack rectifier modules in the power shelves (keep original location)

o

Plug all rectifiers firmly inwards one module at a time, allowing a 2s delay to plug them in the same self location. Secure them with the locking screws. Refer to page 3.

o

Mount Minipack blind covers over unused positions

5. Ensure that the Smartpack and all rectifier modules are working: LEDs are ON

o Verify correct operation, by monitoring the modules’ LED lamps and display:

No alarm are present on rectifiers. The Smartpack displays fuse alarms

6. Connect the a PC to the PS system (to facilitate operation)

o

Plug a standard USB A-B cable between the PC and the Smartpack controller

o

Start PowerSuite on the PC; select: Start > All Programs > Eltek Valere> PowerSuite Refer to chapter “Installing PowerSuite” page 12, if required

o

On the toolbar, click the “Connect” button to establish connection

7. Measure and adjust DC output voltage

o

Read the DC output voltage on the controller’s display

o

With a multi-meter, measure the DC output voltage at the most accessible point, e.g. between the common DC rail and the lower connection of one of the priority load MCBs

o

If required, adjust the voltage using the controller’s front keys or via PowerSuite

8. Verify the alarm relays are working correctly (alarm relay test)

o Run the alarm relay test using the controller’s front keys (refer to page 12) or via PowerSuite (select the menu Go > Output Test)

9. Make sure the System Setup is in accordance with configuration

o

Verify system settings using the controller’s front keys or via PowerSuite

o

Use the opportunity to enter site related information, number of used AC phases, type of batteries, etc.

Load Adjustments

Power is ON!

III

Now, you can begin with stage III, where you will adjust again the output voltage to the battery voltage, and connect the batteries and the load. Carry out the following:

10. Adjust DC output voltage to measured battery voltage

o

Measure the battery voltage is within range (check connections have correct polarity)

o

Adjust DC output voltage — using the controller’s front keys (refer to page 12) or via PowerSuite— to equal the measured battery voltage. (Important adjustment to avoid arcing when connecting the batteries)

adjustment to avoid arcing when connecting the batteries) Device hazard 11. Unplug all rectifiers but one,

Device

hazard

11. Unplug all rectifiers but one, and connect the battery fuses /MCBs (CAUTION: Have only one rectifier connected, when switching ON the battery fuses.

Thus, avoiding damaging all rectifiers, due to possible incorrect polarity connections, etc.)

o

Disconnect all rectifiers but one, by unlocking the locking screw and pulling them partially out. Do NOT physically remove them from the power shelf

o

Switch ON all battery fuses or MCBs

the power shelf o Switch ON all battery fuses or MCBs Device hazard 12. Adjust DC

Device

hazard

12. Adjust DC output voltage again to equal the nominal battery voltage

o Adjust DC output voltage — using the controller’s front keys or via PowerSuite — to equal the nominal battery voltage (or the nominal load voltage, when not using batteries)

13. Plug in again all rectifiers, and verify the rectifiers’ current sharing

o

Connect all rectifiers again by pushing them firmly inwards Repeat step 4, in stage II

o

Wait for about 2 min., and check — using the PowerSuite application —that each of the rectifiers delivers the same output current. A deviation of 1A is acceptable.

14. Connect the load breakers and verify that no alarms are displayed

o

Switch ON all load MCBs/ fuses

o

Verify correct operation: rectifiers and controller display no alarms

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Operation Front Keys and display, Installing PowerSuite Graphical Alarm Display LED Lamp (red) 16 char.

Operation

Front Keys and display, Installing PowerSuite

Graphical Alarm Display LED Lamp (red) 16 char. x 2 lines LCD display Warning LED
Graphical
Alarm
Display
LED Lamp (red)
16 char. x 2 lines
LCD display
Warning
LED Lamp (yellow)
Power
”Enter” key
LED Lamp (green)
”Up” arrow key
USB
”Down” arrow key
0ype B port

Smartpack control unit

Alarm

LED Lamp (red)

Warning

LED Lamp (yellow)

Minipack rectifier
Minipack
rectifier

Power

LED Lamp (green)

Smartpack Controller — front keys, display

Display: is in Status Mode (displays the system’s status) or in Menu Mode (displays the menu structure).

Operation: Press on the key to change from Status Mode to Menu Mode. Press the or keys to scroll up or down and navigate to find menu options (function or parameter). Press then the key to select the function. Menus: When you “enter” Menu Mode (Level 1), you access the User Options. You may also scroll down to password protected Service Options. Default password <0003> should be changed.

Options. Default password <0003> should be changed. Minipack Rectifier Module — front panel Power LED is
Options. Default password <0003> should be changed. Minipack Rectifier Module — front panel Power LED is
Options. Default password <0003> should be changed. Minipack Rectifier Module — front panel Power LED is
Options. Default password <0003> should be changed. Minipack Rectifier Module — front panel Power LED is

Minipack Rectifier Module — front panel

Power LED is OFF (mains unavailable), Flashing (controller accessing information) or ON (powered). Warning LED is ON (derating or similar minor warning), Flashing (over-voltage mode) or OFF (OK) Alarm LED is ON (shutdown or similar major alarm) or OFF (OK, no alarm)

Installing PowerSuite PC Application

The PowerSuite software application enables you to configure and operate your Smartpack based power supply system from a personal computer running MS Windows XP or Vista.

from a personal computer running MS Windows XP or Vista . New hardware is ready to
from a personal computer running MS Windows XP or Vista . New hardware is ready to

New hardware is ready to usefrom a personal computer running MS Windows XP or Vista . 1. Install PowerSuite Insert the

MS Windows XP or Vista . New hardware is ready to use 1. Install PowerSuite Insert

1. Install PowerSuite

Insert the CD in your PC drive, start the PowerSuite installation and follow & accept the wizard default steps

2. Switch Smartpack ON and plug USB cable

(Part 202073)

to Smartpack and to any available USB port in the PC

3. Wait for Windows to install USB drivers Follow & accept the wizard default steps to automatically install the USB drivers; the wizard runs twice

4. Start PowerSuite and establish connection Select “Start > All Programs > Eltek Valere> PowerSuite”. On the toolbar, click “Connect” button. On the Connection dialogue box, click the “Connect

button

If PowerSuite fails communicating via the standard COM port, find the COMx assigned to Smartpack (My Computer/ Properties/ Hardware/ Device Manager) and configure PowerSuite to communicate via this COMx (read the instructions in the installation CD).

PowerSuite’s newest version is always available on our FTP server. Call your Eltek Valere’s contact person.

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Software Menus Smartpack Controller

The Smartpack-based DC power system’s functionality is accessed via a network of software

menus and submenus

controller’s front keys. Two different hierarchical menu structures are available: the User Options menus and the Service Options menus (password protected).

, enabling you to configure and control the whole power system from the

1
1

Level 2

 

Level 3

 

User menu <UserOption>

 

AlarmReset

   

Reset

 
NomVolt BoostVolt LoBattMaj LoBattMin HiBattMaj HiBattMin LVBD LVLD 1.1

NomVolt

BoostVolt

LoBattMaj

LoBattMin

HiBattMaj

HiBattMin

LVBD

LVLD 1.1

 

VoltageInfo

DisplayMessages

 

Message

↓↑

SoftwareInfo

 

nnnnnn.nnn

vv.vv

SerialNumber

   

xxxxxx

 

Rectifier nn Mod.Current↓↑ Mod.Serial #↓↑ Mod.InputVolt↓↑ Mod.Status↓↑ Mod.Temp↓↑ Mod.OutputVolt↓↑ Mod.SW Ver↓↑

3v03

DCDC24 nn

 

3v03

Module Info

Module Info DCDC48 nn 3v03

DCDC48 nn

3v03

 

SolarCharger nn

3v03

NoOfPhases nn

 

Mains Info

Mains Info MainsStatus  

MainsStatus

 
 

MainsVoltage

Temp Level Info

 

Level ↓↑

BatteryInfo

BatteryInfo NoOfString Nn BattMonitorCurr ↓↑ 3v05 SmartPackCurr ↓↑ 3v05 SmartPackTemp ↓↑ 3v05

NoOfString Nn BattMonitorCurr ↓↑ 3v05 SmartPackCurr ↓↑ 3v05 SmartPackTemp ↓↑ 3v05 SmartPackSymm ↓↑ 3v05

Battery SolarCharger Generator Rectifier Load

Battery

SolarCharger

Generator

Rectifier

Load

H-D-W-U↓↑ 3v03

H-D-W-U↓↑ 3v03

Energy log

H-D-W-U↓↑ 3v03

H-D-W-U↓↑ 3v03

H-D-W-U↓↑ 3v03

LoadMonitor Info

LoadMonitor ↑↓ V-A-W-Tot 3v05

Level 2

Level 3

LoadMonitor ↑↓ V-A-W-Tot 3v05 Level 2 Level 3 Service menu < ServiceOption > Change Language

Service menu <ServiceOption>

Change Language

English

↓↑

2v0

 
  NomVolt ↓↑

NomVolt

↓↑

BoostVolt

↓↑

LoBattMaj

↓↑

VoltAdjustment

LoBattMin

↓↑

HiBattMaj

↓↑

HiBattMin

↓↑

LVBD

↓↑

LVLD 1.1

↓↑

VoltCalibration

VoltCal

↓↑

ChangePassword

Password

↓↑

SetManBoostTime

↓↑

Start/StopBoost

Start/Stop

Auto Boost Config.

Enable/Disable ↓↑ & Threshold ↓↑

 
 
  Nxt Test DateTime Date ↓↑ Time ↓↑  

Nxt Test DateTime

Date ↓↑ Time ↓↑

 

End Volt

↓↑

Batt Test Setup

MaxTestDur

↓↑

Test Int

↓↑

Guard Time

↓↑

Start/Stop Test

Start/Stop

RemoveUnit(s)

Rem

(Reset)

 

3v03

 

Rectifier ON/OFF**

↓↑

3v03

Rectifier Setup

Rectifier Setu p Sy stem ON/OFF ** ↓↑ 3v03

System ON/OFF**

↓↑

3v03

 

RectWalkInTime

 

Short/Long

3v03

 

Enable/Disable

↓↑

Charge Curr Lim.

MainsFeed

↓↑

3v03

GenFeed

↓↑

3v03

 

NumOfString CellCap Ah nn

↓↑

Battery Setup

Batter y Setup

↓↑

BatteryTempSet

#,Enable/Disable,Alarms,Calib

3v04

BatteryCurrentCalib

 

LowPoint/HighPoint

3v04

Slope mV/C

↓↑

3v05

Output Control

VoltageCtrl / TempComp

 

Change Date/Time

Date ↓↑ Time ↓↑

 

Alarm Output 1 Alarm Output 2 Batt Contactor Load Contactor Alarm Output nn

 

RelayTest

Rela yTest

BlockOutputs

Enter OutpBlocked / Exit OutpBlocked

2v0

BattLifeTime Rst

Reset

Reboot CtrlUnit

Yes/No

3v03

NoOfPhases

3v03

 

Disable

3v03

EfficiencyManagr

HE Priority

3v03

Enable

Redundancy(E/D)OffTime↓↑ShuffleTime↓↑

3v03

** Only available for special regions, when enabled from factory

1
1

From a PC’s web browser, via WebPower, or running the PowerSuite program — you can also access the

complete functionality of the Smartpack-based DC power system.

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Appendix Communication CAN Bus Termination CAN bus (twisted-pair internal CAT5 cable) USB A -B cable

Appendix

Communication

CAN Bus Termination

Appendix Communication CAN Bus Termination CAN bus (twisted-pair internal CAT5 cable) USB A -B cable (standard)

CAN bus

(twisted-pair internal

CAT5 cable)

USB A-B cable (standard)

1 Resistor 120Ω Minipack DC Power System 01 02 n
1
Resistor
120Ω
Minipack
DC Power System
01
02
n

End-of-Line

120Ω Minipack DC Power System 01 02 n End-of-Line 120 Ω End-of-Line Resisto r Minipack systems

120Ω

End-of-Line

Resistor

Minipack systems are shipped from factory with the CAN bus already terminated with 120Ω resistors.

To ensure a correct bus communication and avoid data reflection, you must always terminate the CAN bus with two 120Ω resistors, one at each end of the line (60Ω bus impedance). The figure shows a Minipack sys- tem with its controller communicating with the rectifiers via the CAN bus.

CAN Bus Addressing

All rectifiers, Compack and Smartpack controllers and other control units connected to the Eltek Valere’s CAN bus must have a unique address or ID number. The control system’s master

controller assigns automatically the rectifiers’ addresses (software assignment). The controller

) – together with their Serial

registers the rectifiers’ ID numbers – or CAN bus address (01, 02 Numbers.

The control system’s controllers — except Compack — and control units use DIP switches for configuring their unique CAN bus ID number (hardware assignment).

You can address a maximum of 14 control units of each type – max. 8 Smartpack controllers and Smartnode units – to the control system’s CAN bus. See table below:

Number of nodes >> Control Units’ Name

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

Smartpack Controllers

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

<< ID #

Smartnode Control Units

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 numbers formatted in red italics are not available due to software constraints. ** Only 4 of the 8 mounted DIP switches may be used (max. 14 Load Monitors may be connected).

For DIP switch configuration, refer to actual unit’s guide or to PowerSuite Help and to chapter “CAN Bus Nodes”, page 25.

The figure shows a Minipack DC power system expanded with 3 CAN nodes to implement additional digital inputs, relay outputs or similar functionality.

Alarm Outputs

NC-C-NO

Digital Inputs USB A-B cable (standard) Smartpack 1 controller, Master 120Ω CAN bus CAN bus
Digital Inputs
USB A-B cable (standard)
Smartpack
1
controller, Master
120Ω
CAN bus
CAN bus
(twisted-pair CAT5 cable)
Minipack Rectifiers
ID Number
01
02
n
33
120Ω
81
49
CAN bus
Battery
End-of-Line
Monitor
Resistor
I/O Monitor
Shunts
Current Monitoring
Load Monitor
Sense Inputs
Temp, Fan Speed Mon & Ctrl
Battery string #1
Fuses
Alarm Outputs NC-C-NO
Fuse Monitoring
Configurable Inputs
Minipack
DC Power System
Config. Inputs

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AC Mains

Appendix

AC Mains Appendix External AC Fuses ⎯ Recommended Rating The site’s AC supply quality is of

External AC Fuses Recommended Rating

The site’s AC supply quality is of great importance. In general, a site with better AC supply quality (stable nominal voltage) may use smaller breakers.

Recommended External AC Fuses per AC Mains Feed Input Minipack Systems with 48 VDC 800W Rectifiers

 

AC Mains

No of

Current Max.

 

Ext. Fuse

Input Type

Rectifiers

per input (A)

Type

 

205VAC

185VAC

205VAC

185VAC

TN net (Y) 3 phase 400VAC +N

4

8.77

9.72

10A-D/16A-C

6

8.77

9.72

10A-D/16A-C

IT net (Δ) 3 phase

4

15.2

16.8

16A-C

20A-C

230VAC

6

15.2

16.8

16A-C

20A-C

1 phase

4

17.5

19.4

20A-C

230VAC

6

26.3

29.5

32A-C

Notes:

Doc 2024398,1v0

Use the values in the 185VAC column, if you are unsure or know that the available AC mains voltage may drop below 205VAC.

Each phase feeds two 800W rectifiers

The recommendations apply for use of Thermal magnetic circuit breaker, type Siemens 5SX or 5SY series, MG C60H series or similar. For more information regarding External AC fuses and other types of fuses, please read the document 2024398.

CAREFUL:

Minipack systems using 48V-400W rectifiers may also use the recommended external breakers specified in the 800W Rectifiers table above, even though smaller breakers could be employed. For more information, read document 2028364

Recommended External AC Fuses per AC Mains Feed Input Minipack Systems with 48 VDC 800W WIR Rectifiers

   

AC Mains

No of

Current Max. per input (A)

 

Ext. Fuse

Input Type

Rectifiers

Type

 

230VAC

150VAC

100VAC

230VAC

150VAC

100VAC

TN net (Y) 3 phase 400VAC +N

4

7.73

7.73

14.22

←←← 25A-C →→→

6

7.73

7.73

14.22

←←← 25A-C →→→

IT net (Δ) 3 phase

4

7.73

7.73

14.22

←←← 25A-C →→→

230VAC

6

7.73

7.73

14.22

←←← 25A-C →→→

1 phase

2

7.73

11.9

14.3

←←← 25A-C →→→

230VAC

4

15.5

23.7

28.5

25A-C

32A-C

32A-C

6

23.2

35.6

42.7

32A-C

40A-C

50A-C

Notes:

Doc 2043538,1v0

Use the values in the 150VAC column, if you are unsure or know that the available AC mains voltage may drop between 230VAC and 150VAC, or use the values in the 100VAC column, if the voltage may drop below 150VAC

Each phase feeds two 800W WIR rectifiers (Wide Input Range)

The recommendations apply for following air breaker types:

- Up to 32A, use Melnrining DBN32 C char series or similar

- Bigger than 32A, use Melnrining DB47-63A C char series or similar.

For more information regarding External AC fuses and other types of fuses, please read the document 2043538.

WARNING:

Always replace a rectifier with blown internal AC fuse with a new module, and send the malfunctioning module for servicing.

WARNING:

You must always consider re-dimensioning the external AC fuses and AC cabling, before swapping 400W, 800W or 800W WIR Minipack rectifiers in the same Minipack system.

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Appendix AC Mains Mains Reconfiguration — AC Input Connection Kit Standard Minipack systems are fed

Appendix

AC Mains

Mains Reconfiguration — AC Input Connection Kit

Standard Minipack systems are fed with 3 One-phase 230VAC mains feeds connected to terminals X5, see chapter “Location of Components, GA drawing”, page 8”.

To use 3-phase AC mains feeds and or thicker AC Mains cables, the standard Minipack system must be expanded with an “AC Input Connection Kit”, part 228898 (for 6 rectifiers systems) or 238394 (for 4 rectifiers systems). Refer to the kit’s assembly guide.

To reconfigure the AC mains feed of Minipack systems that use the “AC Input Connection Kit, you have to reconnect the AC mains wires and fish plates on the terminal block, as shown in the actual example in this section.

Configurable Mains Input Terminal Block — Minipack 4.8kW, 6 Rectifiers

Minipack System, 6 modules (To internal connections) 1 fish plate AC Mains Terminal Block AC
Minipack System, 6 modules
(To internal connections)
1 fish
plate
AC Mains
Terminal
Block
AC Mains
wires
AC Mains
Cable
Chassis

Υ Mains, TN net 3 phase & N, 400VAC

Minipack System, 6 modules (To internal connections) 3 fish plates AC Mains Terminal Block 1
Minipack System, 6 modules
(To internal connections)
3 fish
plates
AC Mains
Terminal
Block
1
23456
AC Mains
wires
PE
L1
L2
L3
AC Mains
Cable
Chassis

Δ Mains, IT net 3 phase, 230VAC

Max. wire section 10 mm 2

AC Input Connection Kit, part 228898 (for 6 rectifiers systems)

Minipack System, 6 modules (To internal connections) 2 fish plates AC Mains Terminal Block 1
Minipack System, 6 modules
(To internal connections)
2 fish
plates
AC Mains
Terminal
Block
1
23456
AC Mains
wires
PE
L
N
AC Mains
Cable
Chassis

1 phase, 230VAC

Minipack System, 6 modules (To internal connections) 0 fish plates AC Mains Terminal Block AC
Minipack System, 6 modules
(To internal connections)
0 fish
plates
AC Mains
Terminal
Block
AC Mains
wires
3 AC Mains
Cables
Chassis

3 Mains Feeds 1 phase, 230VAC

Pin 1&4 Rectifier 1&2 Pin 2&5 Rectifier 3&4 Pin 3&6 Rectifier 5&6

2045089, v1

Configurable Mains Input Terminal Block — Minipack 3.2kW, 4 Rectifiers

16

Minipack System, 4 modules (To internal connections) 2 fish plates AC Mains Terminal Block 1
Minipack System, 4 modules
(To internal connections)
2 fish
plates
AC Mains
Terminal
Block
1
234
AC Mains
wires
PE
L
N
AC Mains
Cable
Chassis

1 phase, 230VAC

Max. wire section 10 mm 2

AC Input Connection Kit, part 238394 (for 4 rectifiers systems)

Minipack System, 4 modules (To internal connections) 0 fish plates AC Mains Terminal Block AC
Minipack System, 4 modules
(To internal connections)
0 fish
plates
AC Mains
Terminal
Block
AC Mains
wires
2 AC Mains
Cables
Chassis

2 Mains Feeds 1 phase, 230VAC

Pin 1&3 Rectifier 1&2 Pin 2&4 Rectifier 3&4

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OK : FOLLOWINGOUTCARRY Electric shock Device hazard OFF!isPower InstallationMechanical

OFF!isPowerInstallationMechanical

ratedsuitablyarecable(s)inputACandfusesACternalexthethatandtype,correcttheissupplyACtheChecko

fusesandcable(s)inputACSupply:ACPrepare3.

usedareinstallationstelecomforesuitabltoolsinsulatedthatChecko

toolsinstallationthePrepare2.

 

atmosphere.non-explosiveainandventilatedsuitablyissiteinstallationtheEnsureo

cm60access,frontclearance:min.Checkcabinet;mm25019”,existinginlocationsparehigh2UaPrepareo

siteinstallationtheOrganize1.

OK

:FOLLOWINGOUTCARRY

PreparationsSite

EMC

regard

1. OK : FOLLOWINGOUTCARRY PreparationsSite EMC regard name:by,outcarriedInstallation Capacity:Battery

name:by,outcarriedInstallation

Capacity:Battery

Type:Battery

measured:Voltage,InputCA

of:number&typeRectifiers,

 

No.:versionSoftware,

No.:Serial

 

name:Site,

No.:rticleA

 

type:,SystemSupplyPowerkMinipac

SystemPSMinipack