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DC POWER SYSTEM ACCEPTANCE TEST PLAN

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SYSTEM TECHNOLOGY

UTP-1/ST/TF03/BATTERY-ANDRECTIFIER

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DC POWER SYSTEM
ACCEPTANCE TEST PLAN
PREPARED BY :

PREPARED BY:

MOHD FALAAH ABD MANAP


SYSTEM TECHNOLOGY
ND WHOLESALE
TELEKOM MALAYSIA
REVIEWED BY:

REVIEWED BY:

NORIZAN MELAN
SYSTEM TECHNOLOGY
ND WHOLESALE
TELEKOM MALAYSIA
APPROVED BY:

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ZULKARNAIN HUSAIN
SYSTEM TECHNOLOGY
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TELEKOM MALAYSIA

TABLE OF CONTENTS
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TEAM MEMBER LIST...............................................................................................2

TESTING REQUIREMENTS.....................................................................................2

TOOL AND TEST GEAR INFORMATION................................................................3

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION.......................................................................................5

SYSTEM PHYSICAL INSPECTION CHECKLISTS...............................................10

TEST ITEMS............................................................................................................13

SUMMARY OF DC SYSTEM TEST........................................................................57

SUMMARY OF DEFAULT SETTING AND PROPOSED SITE SETTING..............59

10

CONCLUSION.........................................................................................................60

11

TEAM MEMBERS...................................................................................................60

12

AGREED BY TEST MEMBER................................................................................61

TEAM MEMBER LIST

No
1

MOHD FALAAH ABD MANAP

ST

2
3
4
5
6

MOHD NASIR MUNAWIR


A.HALIM SAMAD
SYED ABDUL KADIR SYED MOHD
KHAIRUL ANWAR LUKMAN
SYAHRIL NIZAR MOHD NASIR

TMFS
R&D
TMFS
ANOC
BSQM RNO

Name

Department

TESTING REQUIREMENTS

Basic Functions and Alarm Function Test

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Battery Temperature Compensated Charging


Automatic Battery Discharge Test
Battery Recharge Current limit
Low Voltage Battery Disconnect (LVBD) Functionality
Removal of Monitoring & Control Unit To check System
Load Sharing
Data logging facility Test
Battery On Load(BOL) Test
Voltage and Current Detect precision Test
Parallel Operation and Redundant backup function test
Surge immunity test
Surge reliability test
Surge filter coordination test
Voltage dip, short interruptions
Static regulation and ripple
Input voltage
Power factor and efficiency
ESD Electrostatic Discharge
Radiated Electromagnetic Fields Test
EFT (BURST) Test
Conducted Disturbance Test
Conducted Emission Test
Radiated Emission Test(ELECTRIC FIELD)

TOOL AND TEST GEAR INFORMATION

MODEL

SERIALNUMBE
R

DL1720E Yokogawa

91F141132/EN-TST3-410

234301

PAN-MNT-3-440

PAD 110-10L

PR-EN-03-441

Testo data logger

177-T4

EN-TST-3-436

Testo data logger

177-T4

ENG-TST-3-437

TEST GEAR
200MHz Digital storage
Oscilloscope(Yokogawa)
Yokogawa Digital Clamp
on Tester
Regulated Dc Power
supply

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Insulation Tester

3213-24

PR-PT-3-135

Fluke Multimeter

75 III

EN-FE-3335/76771313

Fluke Multimeter

73 III

PR-TS-3-052

Fluke Multimeter

73 III

PR-CP-3-393

Fluke Multimeter

73 III

PR-CP-3-401

Fluke Multimeter

73 III

EN-TE-3-272

Fluke Multimeter

73 III

ENG-TST-3-421

26.2.2009

PART 1 PRODUCT INFORMATION

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PRODUCT
MODEL
MANUFACTURER
LOCAL SUPPLIER

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Item

Description

INPUT SURGE FILTER:


Manufacturer/Brand/Model
Maximum current rating
Minimum KA rating at 8/20us
Maximum operating voltage
Let-through voltage at 3KA,

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Units

Detail Information

Amp.
KA
Volt
Volt
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Item

Description

Units

Detail Information

8/20us
B

B1

RECTIFIER:
Manufacturer
Model No.
Country of Origin
5 RECTIFIER DESIGN &
CONFIGURATION
Capacity per system
Capacity per module
Max. No of Module/ system
Controller Unit
No. of alarm free contact
LVD type
LVD Rating
Battery breaker rating
No. of Battery breaker
Output load breaker & rating
No. of output breaker for spare

B2

B3

Amp.
Amp.
Nos.
type
Type
Amp.
Amp.
No.
No
No

& rating
INPUT DATA
Input Line Voltage (AC)Max&

VacMax

min
Input Frequency (Hz) Max &

Vac Min
Hz Max

Min
Input Main AC breaker
Rectifier input breaker rating
Max. input current/module
Input lightning protection
OUTPUT DATA
Output Voltage DC (Max)
Output Current
Static Voltage Regulation from

Hz Min
Amp.
Amp.
Amp.
Type
VDC
Amp.
%

0 to full load
Dynamic Voltage Regulation

from 10 90% or 90 10%


Efficiency

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Item

Description

Units

Detail Information

Item

Description

Units

Detail Information

B4

MAIN CONTROLLER UNIT


Type of Display (LED/LCD)
Display of parameters:
a. Output DC Voltage
b. Current
c. Temperature
d. Others:______________
______________
______________
Alarm monitoring provided:
a. Battery test in progress
b. Rectifier alarm
c. Low battery alarm
d. Battery failed alarm
e. LVD alarm
f. Load fuse alarm
1. Battery fuse alarm
2. SNMP Card
h. Others :
______________
______________
______________
Battery Monitoring Facilities
a. Automatic battery test
1.

Set time and date

2.

Set by day and month

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Item

Description
3.

Units

Detail Information

Manual test only

b. Temperature compensated
B5

charge voltage
MECH. CHARACTERISTIC
AC PDB Dimension :

mV/C

Width

mm

Height

mm

Depth

mm

Weight
DC PDB Dimension :

200

Kg

Width

mm

Height

mm

Depth

mm

Weight
RECT PDB Dimension :

Kg

Width

mm

Height

mm

Depth

mm

Weight
Total Weight
Operating Temperature
Nominal heat dissipation
Acoustic noise level for full load
at 1 metre.
Relative humidity

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Slope range : ________

Kg
Kg
(C)
Watt
dBA
%

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Date:

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Date:

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PART 2 DC SYSTEM INSPECTION CHECKLIST

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SYSTEM PHYSICAL INSPECTION CHECKLISTS

Item

Item Description

Rectifier Subrack :
i. Min. no. of module
ii. Max. no. of module
iii. Rectifier back panel
vi. Plate thickness
vii. Type of painting
viii. Cooling method
ix. Detail drawing of
proposed
cabinet

Qty

2.0

CSU

AC PDB

3phase,800
V, 5wire
mode,L/N/P
E
20A* 4 pole

AC Input Distribution Panel:i. AC input Main breaker

ii. Module AC input mcb


iii. Surge Arrestor/Surge filter

32
1

iv. Earth bar/ Termination


point

1
3

Outgoing Load Breaker

Battery current shunt

Load current shunt

LVD

Others:

1
4

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NO
2.0mm
white
Fan cooling

1
Rectifier Controller

Battery Breaker

Remarks on Physical
Configuration/Installation

1
32

Rating/Siz
e/
Model
ZX5000(V2
.0)

40A,class c,
phoenix
20A,class d,
phoenix

1200A
MCB * 3
pcs
480A *2
pcs, Nader
1200A *2
pcs ,ABB
3000A/75m
V *3 pcs
500A/75m
V *2 pcs
1000A/75m
V *2 pcs
N/A

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PART 3 DC SYSTEM ACCEPTANT TEST

TEST ITEMS

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TEST CASE 1

Basic Functions and Alarm Function Test

TEST DESCRIPTION

The purpose of the test is to confirm basic function and alarm function of the
system.
Tenderer to provide test procedure for every alarm test as listed:

Test Procedure
Expected Result

All basic functions is activated.


All alarms will be provided by controller when system is abnormal.
Test the following items.

Observed Result
Contents

Test Criteria

AC input

The lines can be switched

System

normally
All units start normally and

Startup

the output voltage is within


the normal range.

Test result

Conclusion

Pass
Fail
Output Volt :
V
Set Volt. :

Pass
Fail

V
Parameter

The parameters can be set

securely

correctly through
monitoring units and the set
parameters can be saved

AC Power off

securely.
After the mains supply is

and Power

cut off, alarms should be

on

given. After mains supply is


restored normally, the

Pass
Fail

Pass
Fail

operation should be
restored normally.
Surge Filter
failure
Battery fuse

Alarms can be given

Blown
Load fuse

Alarms can be given


Alarms can be given

blown down
High voltage

Alarms can be given

Low voltage

Alarms can be given

Battery Over

Alarms can be given

temp.
Rect. Fan

Alarms can be given

failure
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Pass
Fail
Pass
Fail
Pass
Fail
Pass
Fail
Pass
Fail
Pass
Fail
Pass
Fail
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Note:

Test Result

Pass / Fail

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TEST CASE 2

Battery Temperature Compensated Charging

TEST DESCRIPTION

The purpose of this test is to confirm correct functionality of the temperature


compensated charging incorporated in the Rectifier Controller.

Test Procedure

1. Switch on rectifier system and work 5 minutes.


2. Set the battery temperature compensated factor to __mV/oC/cell.and set
the system output float voltage is ____V when the ambient temperature
is ___.
3. Read and record the output voltage from MCU.
4. Use one adjustable resistor or other method to simulate the change of
the battery temperature.
5. Increase the battery temperature to 35. Read the output voltage from

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MCU.
6. Increase the battery temperature to 45. Read the output voltage from
MCU.
7. Decrease the battery temperature to 15, Read the output voltage from
MCU.
8. Decrease the battery temperature to 5, read the output voltage from
MCU.
9. Let the battery temperature back to normal level. Let it running 5
minutes.
10. Switch off the rectifier system.
Expected Result

Observed Result

Test Result

1. Increased temperature will result in decreased float voltage according to


programmed values
2. Decreased temperature will result in increased float voltage according to
programmed values
The system was programmed with a slope of ___mV/deg/cell negative
temperature coefficient according to the __________ (battery model)
batteries connected, resulting in a voltage change of ____mV/deg.
Ambient Temp.

____C

Bat. Float Voltage

____ VDC

Increased Temp.

____C

Bat. Float Voltage

____ VDC

Increased Temp.

____C

Bat. Float Voltage

____ VDC

Decreased Temp.

____C

Bat. Float Voltage

____ VDC

Decreased Temp.

____C

Bat. Float Voltage

____ VDC

Pass / Fail

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TEST CASE 3

Automatic Battery Discharge Test

TEST DESCRIPTION

The purpose of the test is to verify and control that the system can perform
automatic battery testing and detect the current conditions of the battery.
The rectifier system shall be able to be programmed to perform manual and
automatic battery testing according to preprogrammed battery discharge
level, test duration, time and date of the propose test .

Test Procedure

1. Switch on the rectifier system.


2. Set the battery test cycle to __ days, start time to ____ am, and set test
process time 1 hour, test voltage is 46V.
3. Modify the system date and time to 5 minutes before start time set.
4. Wait the system change to the battery test mode.
5. Record the system date and time.
6. Record the system output voltage
7. Record the system duration time.
8. Wait the system convert to the equalizing charging mode.

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9. Switch off the system.


Expected Result

To secure that the system does not interrupts the supply to the load in case
of faulty battery, the rectifier output voltage is reduced/set to ____V during
the test.

Observed Result

A: TEST ON GOOD BATTERY


Parameter Setting
(Before test)
Set discharge time
& date
Duration of
discharge setting
End Voltage setting

Result during Testing


Start Discharge time
Discharge stop time
End of discharge
voltage

Comment :
B: TEST ON BAD BATTERY
Parameter Setting
(Before test)

Result during Testing

Set discharge time


& date

Start Discharge time

Duration of
discharge setting

Discharge stop time

End Voltage setting

End of discharge
voltage

Comment:

C: TEST ON OPEN CIRCUIT BATTERY


Parameter Setting
(Before test)

Result during Testing

Set discharge time


& date

Start Discharge time

Duration of
discharge setting

Discharge stop time

End Voltage setting

End of discharge
voltage

Comment:
Result:

Overall Test Result

Pass / Fail

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TEST CASE 4

Battery Recharge Current Limit

TEST DESCRIPTION

The purpose of this test is to verify that the rectifier system incorporates proper
functions to protect the batteries from overcharge. The system shall be able to
control the recharge current to the batteries according to programmed value in
the controller.

Test Procedure

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Expected Result

The Rectifier Controller shall be programmed with 10% recharge current equal
to ___A for the ____Ah battery. A mains failure is simulated and the batteries
supply the load for _____ minutes. When mains resume the rectifier system
shall control the output voltage to secure that the battery recharge current
does not exceed the programmed value.

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Switch on the rectifier system.


Set the battery capacity and battery current limit factors.
Switch off the mains, let battery discharge 2 hours.
Recovery the mains to the rectifier.
Record the battery charging current.
Switch off the rectifier system.

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Observed Result

Details before test conducted


Rectifier Capacity
____ A
Current Limit
setting(10%)
____ A
Output Load Current
____ A
Duration of Battery
Discharge
___min/hr

Test Result

Pass / Fail

Details during test & after test


Total output current
(Rect.)
____ A
Charging current to
battery
____ A
Output Load
Current
____ A

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TEST CASE 5

Low Voltage Battery Disconnect (LVBD) Functionality

TEST DESCRIPTION

The purpose of the test is to verify that the LVBD contactor disconnects the
batteries at the pre-programmed voltage level. As a safety feature mains
failure is required to obtain disconnect.

Test Procedure

1. Switch on the rectifier system.


2. Set the disconnect voltage in controller.
3. Switch off the mains input and let the battery feed to the load. Add load to
discharge quickly.
4. When battery voltage be reduced and approached the LVBD threshold,
Controller will control the LVBD contactor CUT Battery from the system.
5. Read the battery voltage on the controller.
6. Switch of AC input and a few minutes, check the battery will re-connect to
the system.
7. Read the battery voltage when re-connect on the controller.

Expected Result

The disconnect voltage level is programmed to __V and then a mains failure is
simulated to discharge the batteries. When the battery voltage reaches ___V
the battery contactor (LVBD) will be de-energized and disconnect the batteries
within one minute.

Observed Result
Details before test conducted
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Details during test & after test


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Test Result

LVBD Setting

______ V

LVBD Disconnect
Voltage

_______ V

Total
Battery Voltage

______ V

LVBD reconnect
Voltage

_______ V

Hysteresis

____ (if any)

Pass / Fail

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TEST CASE 6

Removal Of Monitoring & Control Unit To Check System Reliability

TEST DESCRIPTION

The purpose of the test is to check and control that the system including
batteries operates normally in case of a failure to the monitoring & control
unit (MCU). This means that the rectifiers provides normal output power,
the rectifier share the load and that the LVBD contactor stays energized
(not disconnects the batteries). Furthermore the existing data logging
record still stored in the CSU memory.

Test Procedure

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Expected Result

By removing the MCU from the system, observe that the LVBD contactor
stays energized and that the rectifier modules operate as per normal
operation. The current indicator in front of each rectifier module shall
indicate that the modules share the load.

Pull out the MCU module


Switch on the rectifier system
Record the output voltage and observe current of each rectifier.
Observe the LVBD contactor state.
Switch off the rectifier system and plug in the MCU module

Observed Result
Details before test conducted
LVBD Status of
Operation
OK / NO
Rectifier Module
Status of operation
OK / NO
Data logging record
maintain
Test Result

Details during test


LVBD Status of
Operation
Rectifier Module
Status of operation

OK / NO
OK / NO

OK / NO

Pass / Fail

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TEST CASE 7

Load Sharing

TEST DESCRIPTION

The purpose of this test is to verify that all rectifier modules perform and
display current sharing during normal operation, either with or without the
MCU connected.

Test Procedure

1. Switch on the rectifier system, and the AC input voltage is 240V


2. Adjust the rectifier system loads to 25% 50% 75% 100% of rating
output currents
3. Read and record each rectifiers current form MCU
4. Switch off the power of the MCU.
5. Observe the rectifier current indicator
6. Switch on the rectifier system.

Expected Result

By applying load to the system it will be observed that each rectifier module
in the system provides similar output current through the LED current
indicator in front of each module and by measuring each module current
output using DC clamp meter. By removing the control module, the current
sharing
shall
not
be
affected.

Observed Result

Details Load
Current at 25%
load (A)
Current at 50%
load (A)

Rect.
Module 1

Rect.
Module 2

Rect.
Module 3

Rect.
Module 4

Current at 75%
load (A)
Current at 100%
load (A)
Test Result

Pass / Fail

Remarks

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TEST CASE 8

Data Logging Facility Test

TEST DESCRIPTION

The purpose of the test is to confirm the data logging facility be provided by
the controller set. System values and specific events such as alarm events
shall be stored in the controller set.

Test Procedure

1. Switch on the system and working a few minutes.


2. Change some system values such as float voltage, equal voltage. and
cut off the controllers power supply or restart.
3. Check the system values, it shall be same as the controller restart.
4. Check the data logging on the controller panel, and write down the
record count.
5. Simulate many alarms and check it is can be record at the lasted
position in controller.
6. Until the events exceeded the maximum count. Read the maximum
count.
7. Simulate a new event, check the new event replaced the oldest event
logging.
8. Cut off the controllers power supply or restart the controller, check the
data logging shall be same as before.

Expected Result

A minimum 1000 events data log record shall be held in the controller
memory until it is replaced with new log entries.
For bigger system, Shall be provided 3000 events.

Observed Result

Data logging held ______ events.


Data logging events replaced by FIFO on the controller unit:
OK / NO
Data logging shall be saved when the controller POWER-OFF restart : OK /
NO

Note:

Test Result

Pass / Fail

Remarks

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TEST CASE 9

Battery On Load (BOL) alarm Test

TEST DESCRIPTION

The purpose of the test is to confirm the battery on load alarm of the system.
When mains failure or controller failure or due to other condition/factor, if the
battery is feed to the load, system will give an alarm relay output to the
customer monitoring device.

Test Procedure

Two type of test to be conducted with the following conditions:1. AC main fail
2. Rectifier capacity below load capacity
(tenderer to specified how the test procedure to conduct the test)

Expected Result

1. If the AC input failure, the battery feed to the load, the system will
give a output relay change. When the load is feed by rectifier, the
relay output will be recovered.
2. With less rectifier capacity the battery shall support the load.
1. Test 1 : AC main Input Breaker
Switch Off

Observed Result

Present Load current


____ A
BOL Alarm appear
Yes / No
after breaker switch off
Battery discharge
current reading
____ A
2. Test 2 : AC main input breaker
switch on

BOL Alarm disappear


after breaker switch on

Battery recharge
current reading

Yes / No

____ A

Test 3: Reduce the rectifier


capacity against the present load
capacity
BOL alarm appear
Yes / No
once the rectifier
capacity reduce
below load capacity
Battery discharge
current reading
____ A

Test 4: Increase rectifier capacity


above Load capacity:

BOL alarm
disappear once the
rectifier capacity
above load
capacity
Battery recharge
current reading

Yes / No

____ A

Note:

Test Result

Pass / Fail

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TEST CASE 10
TEST DESCRIPTION

Voltage and Current Detect precision Test

The purpose of the test is to confirm the voltage and current detect
procession of the controller.
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Test Procedure

Expected Result

Switch on the system and work a few minutes.


Set the output voltage to 54V, and add half-load to the system.
3. Measured the AC input voltage(3phase), Output voltage, Load current
with volt-meter and ampere-meter. Read the controller measure value and
the meter value.
Measure the battery current detect precision.

1. AC input voltage detect error less than 3V.


2. DC output voltage detect error less than 0.5%.
3. DC output current detect error less than 3A.
Test Item

Observed Result

Read

Read

Test

from

from

criteria

CSU

DDM(V)

Mains V A
Mains V B
Mains V C
Output

3V
3V
3V
0.5%

Voltage
Battery1

3A

Current
Battery2

3A

Current
Battery3

3A

Current
Load

3A

Conclusion

Remark

Current
Note:

Test Result

Pass / Fail

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TEST CASE 11
TEST DESCRIPTION

Test Procedure

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Parallel Operation and Redundant backup function test


The purpose of the test is to confirm one rectifier module shall be reserved for
standby purpose in case of any of the active rectifier modules fails.
When a rectifier be pull out, the another rectifier will shared the output current.
When a rectifier be insert to the system, It will shared load with another
rectifier.
1. System is normal working less than 50% full-load.
2. Pull out one of the active rectifier, check the system will be normal working,
the output voltage and the load current.
3. Check anther rectifiers output current, it will be balance.
4. Insert the rectifier to the slot, check the output voltage and load current.
5. Check all rectifiers output current, it shall be balance.

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Expected Result

Observed Result

1, One rectifier module will be reserved for standby purpose.


2, When the rectifier be pull-out or insert, Output voltage and load current
shall not be trip down.
Before:
Load current: ____A, Battery current: ___ A, O/P voltage: ___V
Rect.1
Rect.2
Rect.3
Rect.4
Rect.5
Rect.6
Rect.7

After pull out a rect. :


Load current: ____A, Battery current: ____A
System work state: OK / NO, Output Voltage: ____V
Rect.1
Rect.2
Rect.3
Rect.4
Rect.5
Rect.6

Rect.7

Note:
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Pass / Fail

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RECTIFIER SYSTEM ACCEPTANCE TEST


SURGE IMMUNITY TESTING IEC61000-4-5
TEST CASE 12
TEST DESCRIPTION

The purpose of this test is to confirm the immunity of rectifier modules to


unidirectional surges caused by over voltages from switching and lightning
transients. The test is conducted with the powered rectifier module.
The test is conducted for the live-neutral mode, live-earth mode and neutralearth mode.
The primary protection shall be installed with the rectifier system.

Test Procedure

This procedure is based on IEC61000-4-5 (2001)

Expected Result

The rectifier modules will function as normal condition during and after the
surge tests
No physical damages occurs after the test

Observed Result

The system was tested with surges magnitude of 6kV, 3kA using the
combination wave modules; which is 1.2/50s open circuit and 8/20 s short
circuit test waveform. Total number of test is 5 positive and 5 negative
polarities of surges for each configuration (L-N, L-E, N-E). Reading (rectifier
performance) to be taken after each 5 pulses. Time between pulses is 30s.
Test setup according to IEC61000-4-5 (2001)

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Test pulses
number 1-5
Test 1(a)

+ve, L-N

Test 1(b)

-ve, L-N

Test 1(c)
Test 1(d)
Test 1(e)
Test 1(f)

Test Result

+ve, L-E
-ve,L-E
+ve, N-E
-ve,N-E

Output voltage
before test
Output voltage after
test
Output voltage after
test
Output voltage after
test

_ _ VDC
____ VDC
____ VDC
____ VDC

Output voltage after


test

____ VDC

Output voltage after


test

____ VDC

Output voltage after


test

____ VDC

Pass / Fail

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RECTIFIER SYSTEM RELIABILITY TEST


SURGE RELIABILITY TESTING PER IEC61000-4-5
TEST CASE 13
TEST DESCRIPTION

The purpose of this test is to confirm the reliability of rectifier modules to


unidirectional surges caused by over voltages from switching and lightning
transients. The test is conducted with the powered rectifier module. The test is
conducted for the live-neutral mode only. The primary protection shall be
installed with the rectifier system. Rectifier results shall be measured after
every five pulses.

Test Procedure

(Supplier is required to specify the procedures/methods of testing on a


separate sheet). This procedure is based on IEC61000-4-5 (2001)

Expected Result

The rectifier modules will function as normal condition during and after the
surge tests
No physical damages occurs after the test

Observed Result

The system was tested with surges magnitude of 6kV, 3kA using the
combination wave modules; which is 1.2/50s open circuit and 8/20 s short
circuit test waveform. Total number of test is 45 positive polarities of surges for
L-N configuration. Reading (rectifier performance) to be taken after each 5
pulses. Time between pulses is 30s. Test setup according to IEC61000-4-5
(2001)
Test pulses number
6-10

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+ve, L-N

Output voltage
before test

_ _ VDC
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Test Result

Test pulses number


11-15
Test pulses number
16-20
Test pulses number
21-25

+ve, L-N

Test pulses number


26-30
Test pulses number
31-35
Test pulses number
36-40
Test pulses number
41-46
Test pulses number
46-50

+ve, L-N

+ve, L-N
+ve, L-N

+ve, L-N
+ve, L-N
+ve, L-N
+ve, L-N

Output voltage after


test
Output voltage after
test
Output voltage after
test
Output voltage after
test
Output voltage after
test
Output voltage after
test
Output voltage after
test
Output voltage after
test

____ VDC
____ VDC
____ VDC
____ VDC
____ VDC
____ VDC
____ VDC
____ VDC

Pass / Fail

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TEST CASE 14

SURGE FILTER COORDINATION TEST

TEST DESCRIPTION

The purpose of the test is to verify the performance level of a surge filter to be
used with rectifier modules in single phase application (example for DLC,
MPOC or MSAN cabinet). The surge filter shall divert at least 70% of surge
current. Surge using combination waveform with 6kV, 3kA. Test shall be
conducted during test case 1-B.

Test Procedure

The test set-up is based on IEC61000-4-5. Additional information on test setup


is shown in figure 1.

Expected Result

The surge filter shall divert at least 70% of the surge current, or percentage
current into rectifier must be less than 30%

Observed Result

Peak
source
current, A

Total
source
current
(area), As

100

100

Peak
current
into
rectifier, A

Total
current
into
rectifier
(area), As

Value
(1)
(2)

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Percentag
e, %
Value

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Percentag
e, %
Value

100

100

Percentag
e, %

100

100

(3)

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TEST CASE 15

VOLTAGE DIPS, SHORT INTERRUPTIONS AND VOLTAGE VARIATION


IMMUNITY TEST

TEST DESCRIPTION

The purpose of the test is to verify the immunity level of the equipment at full
load to the test level defines in IEC61000-4-11. The rectifier system shall be
able to functions after the test as defines in the standard.

Test Procedure

(Supplier is required to specify the procedures/method of testing on a separate


sheet). The test is conducted according to IEC61000-4-11.

Expected Result
Observed Result

A: VOLTAGE DIPS AND SHORT INTERRUPTIONS


Test level % Voltage
nominal (3x with 10s
interval)
0% (0V)

Duration in
cycles (s)

0% (0V)

10 (0.2s)

0% (0V)

50 (1s)

40% (96V)

0.5 (0.01s)

40% (96V)

10 (0.2s)

40% (96V)

50 (1s)

70% (168V)

0.5 (0.01s)

70% (168V)

10 (0.2s)

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Results (DC
output voltage)

Remarks

0.5 (0.01s)

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70% (168V)

50 (1s)

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Coupler

1
Surge filter

Surge generator, combination waveform

2
Rectifier

: Current probes

Figure 1: Test setup for surge filter performance


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TEST CASE 16-19

BASIC FUNCTIONAL TEST, PERFORMANCE TEST

TEST DESCRIPTION

The purpose of the test is to verify the basic functionality test regarding the
protection of the rectifier modules against electrical and environment stress. The
rectifier system shall be able to perform as stated.
(Supplier is required to specify the procedures/method of testing on a separate
sheet)

Test Procedure
Expected Result

C: FUNCTION TEST

Input current (refer to supplier reports if any)


Mode

Volts

Inrush
Recommendation
Steady state
Recommendation

286Vac

Full

150Vac

Full

Reg
55Vdc

Results
AC current
<30A
<6Arms

Start
Voltage
230Vac

Upper/lower
voltage
275Vac* for 1
sec

End
voltage
230Vac

230Vac

150Vac* for 1
sec

230Vac

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Load

(i) Input voltage


Load
Expected
Full
Full

Results

Output power shall off during


overvoltage and on again after
back to normal
Output power shall off during
undervoltage and on again after
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back to normal
* level to be based on supplier specification
Functions
High temperature
protection

(ii) protection functions


Setting
The module shall work in ambient of at least 50oC. If
ambient temperature over 90oC*, the Over
Temperature Protection trickle alarm LED light on and
power off, until high temperature disappear. Rectifier
shall restart automatically.

Setting

Results

(iii) power factor & efficiency


(Measured with 50-100% load)
Results

Set AC to 240Vac. Power factor shall at least 98%.


Set AC to 240Vac. Efficiency shall at least 90%.

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TEST CASE 20

ESD Electrostatic Discharge Test


The purpose of this test is to confirm the reliability of rectifier modules to
electromagnetic discharge. The test is conducted with the powered
rectifier module.
The system did not fail or stop during the testing. At the highest
discharge some of the pixels in the display are affected, but they get
back to normal operation at the next updating of the display text.

TEST DESCRIPTION

Test Procedure

1-Set the AC input voltage as 230Vac.


2-Install 3 rectifier in system and half-load. Output voltage is 53.5V
3-This procedure is based on EN 300 386 V1.3.3 or EN61000-4-2(95) or
IEC61000-4-2

Expected Result

The rectifier modules will function as normal condition during and


after the ESD tests
No physical damages occurs after the test

Observed Result

2/4 kV contact discharge

(PF: B)

2/4 kV air discharge

(PF: B)

6 kV contact discharge

(PF: R)

8 kV air discharge

1 CONTACT DISCHARGE
POINT
Test Voltage Level(kV)
Rack

2 3 4 6 8

Screw

2 3 4 6 8

Aperture

2 3 4 6 8

Front panel

2 3 4 6 8

LEDs

2 3 4 6 8

LCD

2 3 4 6 8

Key and button

2 3 4 6 8

Power cable

2 3 4 6 8

Input Switch

2 3 4 6 8

MCB

2 3 4 6 8

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(PF: R)

PASS

FAIL

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2 AIR DISCHARGE
POINT
Test Voltage Level(kV)
Rack

2 4 8

Screw

2 4 8

Aperture

2 4 8

Front panel

2 4 8

LEDs

2 4 8

LCD

2 4 8

Key and button

2 4 8

Power cable

2 4 8

Input Switch

2 4 8

MCB

2 4 8

PASS

FAIL

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Remarks

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TEST CASE 21

Radiated Electromagnetic Fields Test

TEST DESCRIPTION

Test Procedure

The purpose of this test is to confirm the reliability of rectifier modules to


Radiated Electromagnetic Fields. The test is conducted with the
powered rectifier module.
The test was performed in a fully anechoic chamber. The transmit
antenna was located at a distance of 3 meters from the EUT.

1-Set the AC input voltage as 230Vac.


2-Install 3 rectifier in system and half-load. Output voltage is 53.5V
3-This procedure is based on EN 300 386 V1.3.3 or EN61000-4-3 or
IEC61000-4-3

Expected Result

Observed Result

The rectifier modules will function as normal condition during and


after the radiated electromagnetic fields tests
No physical damages occurs after the test

Test specification:

Basic standard
Frequency range
Field strength
Modulation
Polarity
Test distance
Antenna height

EN61000-4-3
80MHz-2GHz
10 V/m
1kHz Sine Wave
Horizontal and vertical
3m
1m

Frequency

Antenna

Field strength

range(MHz)
80-800

polarization
Horizontal

(V/m)
1

Vertical

Horizontal

10
1

Vertical

Horizontal

10
1

Vertical

Horizontal

10
1

Vertical

Horizontal

10
1

Vertical

800-960

960-1000

1000-1400

1400-2000

PASS

FAIL

10
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Test Result
Remarks

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TEST CASE 22

EFT (BURST) Test

TEST DESCRIPTION

The purpose of this test is to confirm the reliability of rectifier modules to


electrical fast transient. The test is conducted with the powered rectifier
module.

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Test Procedure

1-Set the AC input voltage as 230Vac.


2-Install 3 rectifier in system and half-load. Output voltage is 53.5V
3-This procedure is based on EN 300 386 V1.3.3 or EN61000-4-4 or
IEC61000-4-4

Expected Result

The rectifier modules will function as normal condition during and


after the EFT tests
No physical damages occurs after the test

Observed Result
Point

Test Voltage(kV)

Criteria

L1/2/3 to Ref GND

0.5

Positive

L1/2/3 to Ref GND

0.5

C
A

Negative

N to Ref GND

0.5

C
A

Positive

N to Ref GND

0.5

C
A

Negative

PE to Ref GND

0.5

C
A

Positive

PE to Ref GND

0.5

C
A

Negative

L1/2/3+N to Ref GND

0.5

C
A

Positive

L1/2/3+N to Ref GND

0.5

C
A

Negative

L1/2/3+N+PE to Ref

0.5

C
A

GND

Positive
L1/2/3+N+PE to Ref

0.5

C
A

GND

Negative
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FAIL

C
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TEST CASE 23

CONDUCTED DISTURBANCE TEST

TEST DESCRIPTION

The purpose of this test is to confirm the reliability of rectifier modules to


conducted disturbance. The test is conducted with the powered rectifier
module.

Test Procedure

1-Set the AC input voltage as 230Vac.


2-Install 3 rectifier in system and half-load. Output voltage is 53.5V
3-This procedure is based on EN 300 386 V1.3.3 or EN61000-4-6 or
IEC61000-4-6

Expected Result

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The rectifier modules will function as normal condition during and


after the EFT tests
No physical damages occurs after the test

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Observed Result
Point

CDN/CLAMP

Criteria

AC POWER

CDN-M1 CDN-M2

CDN-M3 CDN-M4

CDN-M5 CDN-T4

PASS

FAIL

CDN-S4 em-Clamp

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TEST CASE 24

Conducted Emission Test

TEST DESCRIPTION

The purpose of this test is to confirm the emission energy of rectifier


modules of conducted emission. The test is conducted with the powered
rectifier module.
The system is tested for conducted emission [Class A] in a system, to
see how the connections of the system reference and measurement
circuitry affect the AC input and DC output.
The test is in shielded room 1- bare shielded room

Test Procedure

1-Set the AC input voltage as 230Vac.


2-Install all rectifier in system and half-load, Or max load of the LISN device,
Output voltage is 53.5V
3-This procedure is based on EN 300 386 V1.3.3(4-2005) or EN 55022 :
1998 / A1 : 2000.
4-This test is level on [CLASS A].
5-Max load is 200A.

Expected Result

Test result according following table

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Frequency range
Level limit (dBuV)
(MHz)
Quasi Peak value
0.15 - 0.50
79
0.50 - 3
73
Remark: At the turning point (0.50MHz) used the lower limit

Observed Result

Average value
66
60

AC POWER PORT Conducted Emissions, 9/150/450 kHz - 30 MHz


Minimum limit margin

dB at

Maximum limit exceeding

dB at

PASS

N/A

FAIL

MHz
MHz

Remark_____________________________
___________________________________
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DC POWER PORT Conducted Emissions, 9/150/450 kHz - 30 MHz
Minimum limit margin

dB at

Maximum limit exceeding

dB at

PASS

N/A

FAIL

MHz
MHz

Remark_____________________________
___________________________________
___________________________________

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TEST CASE 25

Radiated Emission Test (Electric Field)

TEST DESCRIPTION

The purpose of this test is to confirm the emission energy of rectifier


modules of radiated emission. The test is conducted with the powered
rectifier module.
The system is tested for conducted emission [Class A] in a system, to
see how the connections of the system reference and measurement
circuitry affect the horizontal and vertical direct, include magnetic field
and electric field.
The test is in anechoic ferrite lined shielded room

Test Procedure

1-Set the AC input voltage as 230Vac.


2-Install all rectifier in system and half-load, Or max load of the LISN device,
Output voltage is 53.5V
3-This procedure is based on EN 300 386 V1.3.3(4-2005) or EN 55022 :
1998 / A1 : 2000.
4-This test is level on [CLASS A].
5-Max load is 200A.

Expected Result

Test result according following table

Frequency range
(MHz)
30 - 230
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Quasi Peak value limit (


10 meters
40

dBuV /m)

3 meters
50
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230 - 1000
47
Remark:
At the turning point (230MHz) used the lower limit
Observed Result

57

Radiated Emissions(Horizontal), 30 - 1000 MHz


Minimum limit margin

dB at

Maximum limit exceeding

dB at

PASS

N/A

FAIL

MHz
MHz

Remark_____________________________
___________________________________
___________________________________

Radiated Emissions(Vertical), 30 - 1000 MHz


Minimum limit margin

dB at

Maximum limit exceeding

dB at

PASS

N/A

FAIL

MHz
MHz

Remark_____________________________
___________________________________
___________________________________
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SUMMARY OF DC SYSTEM TEST

No.
1.

Test Type

Results

Basic Functions and Alarm Function Test


Test - Pass
Test - Fail
Not Available

2.

Battery Temperature Compensated Charging


Test & Pass
Test & Fail
Not Available

3.

Automatic Battery Discharge Test


Test & Pass
Test & Fail
Not Available

4.

Battery Recharge Current limit


Test & Pass
Test & Fail
Not Available

5.

Low Voltage Battery Disconnect (LVBD) Functionality


Test & Pass
Test & Fail
Not Available

6.

Removal of Monitoring & Control Unit To check System


Test & Pass
Test & Fail
Not Available

7.

Load Sharing
Test & Pass
Test & Fail
Not Available

8.

Data logging facility Test


Test & Pass
Test & Fail
Not Available

9.

Battery On Load(BOL) Test


Test & Pass
Test & Fail
Not Available

10.

Voltage and Current Detect precision Test


Test & Pass
Test & Fail
Not Available

11.

Parallel Operation and Redundant backup function test


Test & Pass
Test & Fail
Not Available

12.

Surge immunity test


Test Pass
Test Fail
Not Available

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13.

Surge reliability test


Test Pass
Test Fail
Not Available

14.

Surge filter coordination test


Test Pass
Test Fail
Not Available

15.

Voltage dip, short interruptions


Test Pass
Test Fail
Not Available

16.

Static regulation and ripple


Test - Pass
Test - Fail
Not Available

17.

Input voltage
Test - Pass
Test - Fail
Not Available

18.

Protection functions
Test - Pass
Test - Fail
Not Available

19.

Power factor and efficiency


Test - Pass
Test - Fail
Not Available

20.

ESD
Test - Pass
Test - Fail
Not Available

21.

Radiated Electromagnetic Fields Test


Test - Pass
Test - Fail
Not Available

22.

EFT
Test - Pass
Test - Fail
Not Available

23.

CONDUCTED DISTURBANCE TEST


Test - Pass
Test - Fail
Not Available

24.

CONDUCTED EMISSION
Test - Pass
Test - Fail
Not Available

25.

RADIATED EMISSION(ELECTRIC FIELD)


Test - Pass
Test - Fail
Not Available

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SUMMARY OF DEFAULT SETTING AND PROPOSED SITE SETTING

Unit

Default
Setting

High Voltage

58

High voltage
warn threshold

58

Low voltage
warn threshold

48

Low voltage
threshold

48

LVD Open
threshold

NA

LVD close
threshold

NA

Batt. Temp.
Coefficient

mV/C

Cap. Test Fail


Threshold

46

Cap. Test
Warn
Threshold

46

Cap. Test
Inhibit Time

Hrs

Cap. Test
Duration

Min.

60

System Set-Up
Voltage
Monitoring

LVD Setting:

Battery Temp.
Compensation

Automatic
Battery Cap.
Test

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New/Site
Setting

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10 CONCLUSION:
The above DC Power System is;

Accepted no modifications required

Conditionally accepted minor modifications required

Not accepted major modifications required

11 TEAM MEMBERS

No

Name

Designation

MOHD FALAAH ABD MANAP

ASSISTANT MANAGER

MOHD NASIR MUNAWIR

ASSISTANT MANAGER

A.HALIM SAMAD

ASSISTANT MANAGER

SYED ABDUL KADIR SYED MOHD

ASSISTANT MANAGER

KHAIRUL ANWAR LUKMAN

ASSISTANT MANAGER

SYAHRIL NIZAR MOHD NASIR

ASSISTANT MANAGER

7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

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12 AGREED BY TEST MEMBER

MOHD FALAAH ABD MANAP


ASSISTANT MANAGER
SYSTEM TECHNOLOGY

MOHD NASIR MUNAWIR


ASSISTANT MANAGER
TMFS

A.HALIM SAMAD
ASSOCIATE SENIOR RESEARCHER
TM R&D

SYED ABDUL KADIR SYED MOHD


ASSISTANT MANAGER
TMFS

KHAIRUL ANWAR LUKMAN


ASSISTANT MANAGER
ANOC

SYAHRIL NIZAR MOHD NASIR


ASSISTANT MANAGER
BSQM RNO

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