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Conceptpower DPA 500 100 ­ 500 kW

 

Technical Specifications

 

1.1 CONCEPTPOWER DPA 500 – SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

 

ABB’s Conceptpower DPA 500 is a high–power, modular and transformer–free UPS system for organizations who need zero downtime. The UPS is built using true online double conversion technology and provides low cost of ownership.

 

1.1.1 True modularity up to 3 MW

 

Now you can have a UPS size to exactly fit your needs: the Conceptpower DPA 500 is the only modular UPS on the market that can easily be scaled up to 3MW of clean, reliable power. This scalability means that there is no need to over-specify the original configuration as power modules can simply be added, as needed, in the future.

 

1.1.2 True parallel architecture

 

Reliability and availability are ensured by the Conceptpower DPA 500’s proven Decentralized Parallel Architecture (DPATM). Each module contains all the hardware and software required for full system operation. They share no common components. Each UPS module has its own independent static bypass, rectifier, inverter, logic control, control panel, battery charger and batteries. With all the critical components duplicated and distributed between individual units, potential single points of failure are eliminated.

 

1.1.3 Key Features of CONCEPTPOWER DPA 500

 

  • 100 kW rated power module
  • 500 kW rated power in single frame
  • Extended power range: from 100 kW to 3 MW
  • Unity output power factor (kVA = kW)
  • AC­AC efficiency up to 96 %
  • Efficiency in eco-mode ≥ 99 %
  • Online Swap Modularity (OSM)
  • Online serviceability
  • Top or bottom cable entry (standard)
  • Built­in back­feed protection (standard)
  • Graphical display on system level
  • DPA displays in each module

 

This Technical Datasheet (TDS) provides all technical specification required by IEC 62040­3, providing mechanical, electrical and environmental characteristics. It can be used for tendering and end–user requirements. CONCEPTPOWER DPA 500 is designed to respond to the actual UPS standards which are:

  • safety, IEC ⁄ EN 62040­1
  • EMC, IEC ⁄ EN 62040­2
  • performance, IEC ⁄ EN 62040–3

 

General characteristics - Frame

Values

Unit

frame image    

Power, rated:

apparent 500 kVA
active 500 kW
Power, range 100 ÷ 3000 kW

UPS type: on-line, trasformerfree, modular, decentralized parallel architecture

capability: up to 6 frames

Battery: not included

Performance classification: VFI-SS-111

Mechanical

Dimensions (width × height × depth) 1580x1975x940 mm
Mass, approx. (500kW system, with 5 modules) 975 kg

Acoustic noise at 1 m:

in normal mode / in battery mode

av. at later stage

dBA

Safety

Access: operator/restricted

Degree of protection against hazards and water ingress: IP 20

Electromagnetic compatibility

compliant

Emission UPS Cat / Immunity UPS Cat

C3

Environmental

Storage temperature range -25 ÷ +70 °C
Operative temperature range 0 ÷ +40 °C
Relative humidity range (non-condensing) ≤ 95 %
Max. altitude without de-rating 1000 m

Additional and usual information

Connection: 5 wires, 3 phase + N + PE

Cable entry: top or bottom

Accessibility: frontal only

Color: Graphite Grey (RAL 7024)

Color code: Pulverlacke N°4222903402

 

General characteristics ⁄ Module

Values

Units

Model: Conceptpower DPA 500
dpa 500 image
dpa 500 image

Power, rated:

apparent 100 kVA
active 100 kW

UPS type: on-line, trasformerfree, modular, decentralized parallel architecture

Parallel capability: up to 6 frames

Battery: not included

Performance classification: VFI–SS–111

Mechanical

Dimensions (width × height × depth):
active sub-module &frasl passive sub–module 710×178×750 mm
Mass, approx.:
active sub-module ⁄ passive sub–module 55 ⁄ 54 Kg

Additional and usual information

Back feed protection: included
Color: Black (RAL 9005)

 

 

Additional and usual information

Input characteristics

Input characteristics

UPS frame values

UPS module values

Unit

Power, rated: 500 100 kW
Voltage (steady­state, r.m.s), rated:

3×400/220V+N

3x400/230V+N

3x415⁄240V+N
mm VAC
tolerance, refferred to 400⁄230V

−23 ⁄ +15 at <100% load

−30 ⁄ +15 at <80% load,

−40 ⁄ +15 at <60% load

Frequency, rated 50 Hz
tolerance, refferred to 50Hz −30/+40 Hz
Current (r.m.s), rated (with battery charged and input 400 ⁄ 230V) 760 152 A
maximum (with battery charging and input 400 ⁄ 230V) 835 167 A
total harmonic distortion (THDi) < 3.5 %
in–rush current <100% of rated current %
Power factor 0.99 100% load

AC power distribution system: TN–S, TN–C, TN–C–S, TT

phases required 3
neutral required yes

Additional and usual information

Connection: 5 wires, 3 phase + N + PE
Cable entry: top or bottom
Accessibility: frontal
Walk In ⁄ Soft Start: yes
Back feed protection: yes

 

1.4 OUTPUT CHARACTERISTICS

Output characteristics

UPS module values

UPS module values

Unit

Power, rated: 500 100 kW
AC power distribution system: TN­S, TN­C, TN­C­S, TT
available phases 3
neutral available yes
Voltage (steady state, r.m.s.), rated:

3x380/220V+N

3x400 ⁄ 230V+N

3x415⁄240V+N

VAC
variation in normal mode ⁄ battery mode ± 1.5 ⁄ ± 1.5 %

Total harmonic distortion (THDu), 100% load, normal mode:

linear < 2.0 %
non­linear (according to IEC 62040­3) < 4.0 %

Total harmonic distortion, 100 % load, battery mode:

linear < 2.0 %
non-linear (according to IEC 62040­3) < 4.0 %
Voltage unbalance and phase displacement, 100 % load unbalance 0 °

Voltage transient and recovery time, 100% step load:

linear ± 4 %
non­linear (according to IEC 62040­3) ± 4 %
transfer normal mode – –> battery mode 0 %
Frequency (steady­state), rated: 50/60 Hz
variation in normal mode (frq. Synchronized with mains) ± 2 ⁄ ± 4 %
variatrion in battery mode (free–running) ± 0.1 %
Max synch phase error (referred to a 360° cycle) 0 °
Max slew–rate 1 Hz ⁄ s
Nominal current (In), r.m.s. rated: 725 145 A
overload on inverter

0.5 @ 150% load,

5 & 125% load,

60 @ 110% load

min
fault clearing capability normal mode and battery mode for 40ms 1740 (2.4xIn) 348 (2.4xIn) A
Load power factor, rated 1
displacement (permissible lead­lag range) (all range) 0 %, s
AC ⁄ AC efficiency in normal mode, linear load:
100% load 95.6 %
75% load 96.0 %
50% load 96.1 %
25% load 95.8 %

Bypass – automatic: static switch in each module

transfer time break 0 ms
rated current 800 180 A
fault clearing capability (bypass mode) for 20 ms 10×In 10×In A
overload current (bypass mode)

50 @ 150% load,

65 @ 125% load,

85 @ 110% load

min
Bypass ­ maintenance: optional on the frame
Bypass protection fuse or circuit breaker ratinge 5×160 A, gL fuse

 

1.5 BATTERY CHARACTERISTICS

BATTERY CHARACTERISTICS

Values

Units

Technology: VRLA, vented lead–acid, NiCd

Number of 12V blocks (even and odd)
@ output voltage 380 ⁄ 220VAC or 400 ⁄ 230VAC 40 ÷ 50
@ output voltage 415 ⁄ 240VAC 40 ÷ 50
@ output voltage 415 ⁄ 240VAC 42 ÷ 50

Number of NiCd cells (even and odd):

@ output voltage 380 ⁄ 220VAC or 400/230VAC 400 ÷ 500
@ output voltage 415/240VAC 420 ÷ 500

Battery charger: decentralized, each module has ist own charger

Charger capability 60 A
Floating voltage (VRLA ⁄ NiCd) 2.25 ⁄ 1.40 VDC
End of discharge voltage (VRLA ⁄ NiCd) 1.65 ⁄ 1.05 VDC
r.m.s. ripple current 2 %

Temperature compensation: optional

Battery test: automatic and periodic battery test (selectable)

 

1.5.1 Graph: AC ⁄ AC efficiency with linear load @ cos(phi) 1 *

graph

* tolerance of ± 0.2% applies on all figures.

1.6 USER INTERFACE – COMMUNICATION

 

 

System Display 7” touchscreen display (one per frame)*
DPA display (or module display) 2 × 20 character LCD display (one per module)
MIMIC diagram LED­indicator, 5x green ⁄ red LEDS
RS232 on Sub–D9 port

RS232 on USB port

For monitoring and integration in network management
Customer Interfaces : Inputs DRY PORT

1 Remote Shut down [EMERGENCY OFF (Normally closed)] 1 GEN–ON (Normally open)

1 Programmable Customer’s Inputs (Normally open)

1 Temp. Sensor for Battery Control

Customer Interfaces : Outputs DRY PORT 6 voltage free contacts For remote signalling and automatic computer shutdown
RS485 on RJ45 port Remote monitoring system with remote panel (graphical display) Optional
RS485 on RJ45 port For multidrop purpose Optional
Slot for SNMP SNMP card For monitoring and integration in network management Optional
  Extended Warranty/Services

 

1.6.1 System Display

 

 

The user­friendly , a touchscreen graphical display on the system level offers the opportunity of directly monitoring the system status as well as the status of each individual module. The graphical display additionally provides all the measurements (module and system level) and the user is able to transfer from INVERTER to BYPASS and viceversa. All other commands must be performed on the DPA display. With both displays in place (module and system level), the UPS offers full user friendliness without making compromises on robustness.

 

system display image

 

1.6.2 DPA Display

 

 

The 2 x 20 character LCD simplifies the communication with the UPS. The menu driven LCD enables the access to the EVENT REGISTER, or to monitor the input and output U, I, f, P, Autonomy Time and other Measurement’s, to perform commands like start-up and shut-down of INVERTER or load transfer from INVERTER to BYPASS and vice-versa and finally it serves for the DIAGNOSIS (SERVICE MODE) for adjustments and testing (for more details see the USER MANUAL of Conceptpower DPATM S2).

 

1.6.3 Mimic Diagram

 

 

The mimic diagram serves to give the general status of the UPS. The LED­indicators show the power flow status and in the event of mains failure or load transfer from inverter to bypass and vice–versa the corresponding LEDindicators will change colour from green (normal) to red (warning). The LED’s LINE 1 (rectifier) and LINE 2 (bypass) indicate the availability of the mains power supply. The LED’s INVERTER and BYPASS if green indicate which of the two are supplying power to the critical load. When the LED–indicator BATTERY is lit it means that the battery due to mains failure is supplying the load. The LED–indicator ALARM is a visual indication of any internal or external alarm condition. At the same time the audible alarm will be activated.

 

mimic diagram

 

1.7 CUSTOMER INTERFACES

 

 

Connection of Remote Shut down facilities, Generator Operation, Customers specials (see UM Section 9 &frsl OPTIONS)

 

1.7.1 Customer inputs dry ports: Terminal blocks X3 ⁄ 3­14

 

 

Provision of signals for the automatic and orderly shutdown of servers, AS400 or Automation building systems

 

1.7.3 Interlock castell function: Terminal block X1

 

 

This function allows a secure transfer from inverter (normal operation) to external maintenance bypass and viceversa. During normal operation the external bypass is locked in position OFF. Only when the UPS is ⁄ are transferred to static bypass mode, the lock on the external bypass is released and it possible to switch to position ON. The transfer from maintenance bypass back to normal operation happens exactly the other way around. The release signal is 230VAC when the maintenance bypass is free and 0V when locked.All Terminals X1­X3 can hold Cable from 0.2mm2 ­ 1.5mm2 All Voltage free contacts are rated: Max 250Vac/8A; 30Vdc/8A; 220Vdc/0.12A

allterminals image

1.8) OPTIONS

 

- Maintenance bypass

- SNMP cards

- Battery Cabinet

- Parallel KIT for paralleling multiple frames

- Wooden box

> - Temp. sensor for battery temp. control

1.9) ON REQUEST

 

-INPUT ⁄ OUTPUT transformers for galvanic isolation or special voltages

- Bypass transformer

- Battery Cabinet

- IP 21

1.10) INSTALLATION PLANNING

Clearances X [mm] Y [mm] Z [mm]
Minimum 200 900 100
Top clearance   400
Cabinet image

 

Accessibility

Totally front accessibility for service and maintenance

Positioning

Min. 20 cm rear space (required for fan)

Input and Output Power Cabling

Input and Output Power Cabling

 

1.11 HEAT DISSIPATION

Module quantities 1 2 3 4 5
Module power rating kW 100 200 300 400 500
Heat Dissipation with 100% linear
load
W 4500 9000 135000 180000 22500
BTU 15359 30717 46076 61434 76793
Heat Dissipation with 100% nonlinear
load (acc. to 62040–3)
W 5710 11420 17130 22840 28550
BTU 19488 38976 58465 77953 97441
Airflow (25° – 30°C) with 100% nonlinear
m3/h 1200 2400 36000 480000 6000
Heat Dissipation without load W 660 1320 1980 2460 33000

1.12 SINGLE INPUT FEED AND SEPARATE BATTERIES

separate battery
Cable sections and fuse ratings have to be in accordance to local standards and ⁄ or laws ⁄ regulations. Alternatively, this table is a recommendation for copper wiring and slow line fuses.

Common input 3x400V

Output 3x400V

Separate battery

Modules quantity

Rated power (kW) Fuse A
(Agl/CB)
Cable A
(mm2)
(IEC 60950–1)
Max. common
Input Current
(A)
Cable D
(mm2)
(IEC 60950-1)
Nominal
Output
Current
(A)
Fuse F
+ ⁄ –
(Agl/CB)
Cable F
(mm2)

5

500 3x800A 5x(2x240)
or
5x(3x120)
835 5x(2x240)
or
5x(3x120)
725 2x250A 2x120 @ 40­45 blocks 2x95 @ 46­50 blocks

1.13 DUAL INPUT FEED AND SEPARATE BATTERIES

 

dual battery
Cable sections and fuse ratings have to be in accordance to local standards and/or laws/regulations. Alternatively, this table is a recommendation for copper wiring and slow line fuses.

Rectifier input 3x400V

 

Bypass input 3x400V

 

Output 3x400V

Separate batteries

Modules quantity

Load
(kW)
Fuse B
(Agl/CB)
Cable B
(mm2)
(IEC
60950-1)
Max.
rectifier
input
current
Fuse C
(Agl/CB)
Cable C
(mm2)
(IEC
60950-1)
Max.
Bypass
Input
Current
Cable D
(mm2)
(IEC 60950­
1)
Nominal
Output
Current
(A)
Fuse F
+ / ­
(Agl/CB)
Cable F (mm2)

5

500 3x800A 5x(2x240)
or
5x(3x120)
835 5x(2x240)
or
5x(3x120)
725 2x250A 2x120 @ 40­45 blocks 2x95 @ 46­50 blocks 2x250A 2x120 @
40­45
blocks
2x95 @ 46-50 blocks

1.14 SINGLE INPUT FEED AND COMMON BATTERY

 

common battery image

 

Cable sections and fuse ratings have to be in accordance to local standards and/or laws/regulations. Alternatively, this table is a recommendation for copper wiring and slow line fuses.

Common input 3x400V

 

Output 3x400V

 

Common battery

Modules quantity Load
(kW)
Fuse A
(Agl/CB)
Cable B
(mm2)
(IEC
60950-1)
Max. common
Input Current
Cable D
(mm2)
(IEC 60950−1)
Nominal
Output
Current
(A)
Cable D
(mm2)
(IEC 60950−
1)
Fuse E
+ / −
(Agl/CB)
Cable E
(mm2)
Cable F (mm2)
5 500 3x800A 5x(2x240)
or
5x(3x120)
835 5x(2x240)
or
5x(3x120)
725 2x250A 2x1250A 2x(3x240)
or
2x(4x150)
2x250A

1.15 DUAL INPUT FEED AND COMMON BATTERY

 

dual input diagram image

 

Cable sections and fuse ratings have to be in accordance to local standards and ⁄ or laws ⁄ regulations. Alternatively, this table is a recommendation for copper wiring and slow line fuses.

Rectifier input 3x400V

Bypass input 3x400V

 

Output 3x400V

Separate batteries

Modules quantity Load
(kW)
Fuse B
(Agl/CB)
Cable B
(mm2)
(IEC
60950-1)
Max.
rectifier
input
current)
Fuse C
(Agl/CB)
Cable C
(mm2)
(IEC
60950−1)
Max.
Bypass
Input
Current
Cable D
(mm2)
(IEC 60950­
Nominal Output Current (A) Fuse F
+ / −
(Agl/CB)
Cable F
(mm2)
5 500 3x800A 5x(2x240)
or
5x(3x120)
835 3x800A 4x(2x240)
or
4x(3x120)
732 5x(2x240)
or
5x(3x120)
725 2x250A 2x120 @
40­45
blocks
2x95 @ 46­50 blocks