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Newave unique MODULAR power protection concept for mission critical applications Conceptpower DPA Presentation

Newave Modular Concept


  •  Newave Modular Concept
  • - Highlights

    - Safe Swap Modules

    - Parallel Architecture

    - Scalability & Flexibility

  • Benefits
  • Options
  • Conclusion

Highlights


  • Safe-Swap Modules
  • Decentralized Parallel Architecture (DPA)
  • Flexibility/Scalability
  • High Power Density
  • High Quality

Safe Swap Modules



The Conceptpower DPA TM Modules are fully independent and are composed of all major hardware and firmware building blocks:

  • CPU (Central Processing Unit)
  • All power circuits (rectifier, inverter, battery charger)
  • Static switch and static switch control
  • Power Management Control Panel

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Safe-swap:

hot insertion and removal of modules from a host system without removing power.

In a redundant Power Protection System Safe-swap is achieved only if a module may be added or replaced Without interrupting the power to the Load and w/o having to transfer the load to the raw mains (by-pass).

- High availability of power protection systems

- Safe scaling-up of system

- Easy fault recovery

 

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Safe-Swap DPA Models


System Power up to 1200 kW by 30 modules in parallel

DPA Models


Parallel Architecture

Power Protection Parallel Architectures


There are two basic Power Protection Parallel Architectures available today:

These two architectures differ by the level of decentralization of their building blocks.

Parallel System Architectures are designed to increase Power Protection Availability, which cannot be achieved by STANDALONE UPS’S.

  • Central Parallel Architecture (CPA) and
  • Decentralized Parallel Architecture (DPA)

Centralized Parallel Architecture (CPA)(Legancy Modular UPS)


  • CPU
  • Control Panel
  • Static Bypass Switch
  • Battery

The only Decentralized Parts are the Power Units.

In a Centralized Parallel Architectures the system is composed of common system building blocks:


Centralized Parallel Architecture

Single point of failure describes any part of the system that can, if it fails, cause an interruption of required service. This can be as simple as a process failure or as catastrophic as a computer system crash.

Decentralized Parallel Architecture (DPA)


  • Control Panel
  • CPU
  • Power Unit
  • Static bypass switch and
  • Separate BATTERIES & RECTIFIERS

Decentralized Parallel Architecture (DPA) was designed to distribute virtually the entire UPS Hardware and Software into modules in order to reduce the Single Points of Failures (SPOF). DPA includes distributed

Decentralized Parallel Architecture

Exclusively Decentralized Parallel Architecture (DPA)


  • Each critical building block is decentralized
  • - No critical Single Point of Failure

  • Full redundancy on Static Bypass Switch (SBS)
  • Multi Master and Slave Technology through a simplified BUS Communication
  • Full redundancy on inverter
  • Back Feed protection integrated or optional

 Exclusively Decentralized Parallel Architecture  

 

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Exclusively Decentralized Parallel Architecture (DPA)


Static Bypass Switch (SBS) Redundancy

To achieve highest level of availability in Multi-Module configurations it is essential that also the SBS be redundant.


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In-line contactors for Rectifier andBypass-Input for "back feed protection" .....increased service personnel safety

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Right Sizing ??


  • Large space required : expensive
  • Large cables : expensive
  • Lower efficiency : high losses
  • Dedicated cooling system: expensive
  • Redundancy far from load
  • INITIAL INVESTMENT COST….. HIGH
  • TCO....... HIGH.

Right Sizing with Modules!!


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  • Modular UPS design (pay as you growth)
  • Simpler and less expensive cabling
  • Redundancy close to point of use
  • Reduced floor space utilization
  • No dedicated cooling system
  • Easy to service -replacement modules
  • High speed of deployment
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  • INITIAL INVESTMENT COST… LOWER
  • TCO....... LOWER

Rightsizing of the Power Protection System Over Time


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Benefits


Scalability brings Flexibility

benefits

High Availibility


To achieve near-zero downtime and avoid very costly consequences of disruption of Mission Critical Applications, advanced Modular Power Protection Architectures with High Availability must be employed.

In Business Critical Applications a new availability strategy with near-zero-downtime is required to reduce the risk of threat to the business….the: Continuous Power Protection Availability


Safe-Swap Module

Enhanced

Serviceability


  • Safe-Swap Modular design, minimize service and maintenance costs
  • MTTR reduction maximize your power protection availability
  • No need of skilled personnel on site
  • Non need of spares, only modules for an easy fault recovery

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Reduced TCO

Flat Efficiency


Results in low losses at PARTIAL and FULL load.

Redundant UPS Systems operate typically at 25-75% of the rated load.

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Benefits - Flat efficiency - Reduced TCO


     Newave UPS  UPS Type 2  UPS Type 3  UPS Type 4  UPS Type 5
 Load in kW  100  100  100  100  100  100
 Efficiency of UPS in %    95.5%  93.5%  92.5%  91.5%  89.0%
 Input power of UPS in kW    104.7  107.0  108.1  109.3  112.4
 Power losses of UPS in kW    4.7  7.0  8.1  9.3  12.4
 kW/h per year    41'277  60'898  71'027  81'377  108'270
 Energy cost per kW/h  00.6$  00.6$  00.6$  00.6$  00.6$  00.6$
 Cost for power losses without cooling    2'476.65$  3'653.90$  4'261.62$  4'882.62$  6'496.18$
 CoP (coeffizient of performance) for cooling  0.4  990.66$  1'461.56$  1'704.65$  1'953.05$  2'598.47$
 kW/h per year incl. cooling    57'788  85'258  99'438  113'928  151'578
 Additional costs for energy incl. cooling    3'467.31$  5'115.47$  5'966.27$  6'835.67$  9'094.65$
 Over 5 years    17'336.54$  25'577.33$  29'831.35$  34'178.36$  45'473.26$
 Differecne to Newave UPS over 5 years      8'240.78$  12'494.81$  16'841.82$  28'136.71$
 Over 10 years    34'673.09$  51'154.65$  59'662.70$  68'356.72$  90'946.52$
 Differecne to Newave UPS over 10 years            
 CO2 output per year            
 1 Kilowatt (kWh) power = 0.6kg CO2  0.6  34'673 kg  51'155 kg  59'663  68'357 kg  90'947 kg
 Source: Internationale Wirtschaftsforum Regenerative
Energien
           
 Difference in CO2 per year      16'482 kg  24'990 kg  33'684 kg  56'273 kg
 Equivalent to a driven distance ex. VW Golf per year      71'036 km  107'725 km  145'176 km  242'538 km
 Distance in CO2 output over 10 years      164'816 kg  249'896 kg  336'836 kg  562'734 kg
 Equivalent to a driven distance ex. VW Golf over 10 years      710'355 km  1'077'052 km  1'451'765 km  2'425'385 km
 Around the world with a VW Golf      17.7 laps  26.9 laps  36.2 laps  60.5 laps

Input Power Factor versus load

Advanced Booster PFC circuit to provide near-unity Input PF even with partial loads.

Benefits

  • No phase compensation filter required
  • Respect power grid regulations
  • Energy savings

 

Input Distortion THDI versus load


Advanced Booster PFC circuit to provide Flat THDI Curve even with partial loads.

Benefits

  • No gen-set oversized required
  • Small cable/fuses/breakers size
  • No extra heating of transformers

UNIQUE ELECTRICAL PERFORMANCE

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Blade Server Friendly Power

Blade Servers have leading Power Factors and Therefore require adequate power from UPS

Conceptpower DPA provides full rated power from 0.9-leading to 0.8-lagging power factor

BladeServer = Leading PF

 

UPS’ integration with external environment


Summary


 FEATURES  Todays BENEFITS
 Reduced weight

(24kW =43.1kg, 32 kW =45.3kg 40kW=46.8kg)

 Ease of handling ONE/TWO Technicians

(Ease of Maintenance and Service)

 High Power Density

(342kW / m2)

 Small foot-print

(Expensive floor-space saving)

 Unity Input PF=0.99

(Flat PF curve)

 Reduced size of Cables and Fuses

(Installation Cost Saving)

 Input THD i = < 3%

(Flat THD i curve)

 Reduced Harmonic Injection to Mains

(No need for GENSET over-sizing)

 Output PF (0.8)  Blade Server – Friendly Technology

(No need for UPS Power Derating)

 High Efficiency

(Flat Efficiency Curve)

 Energy Saving

(Reduced Losses and Cooling Energy)

 Back Feed protection  Increased Service Personnel Safety

 

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DPA modules (S2)

Options


  • Battery charger 13 A
  • Cold/black Start
  • Synchro Kit

Conclusion


Newave modular concept offers a new way of thinking when conceiving a Data Centre


10 reasons for choosing a Newave modular UPS


  1. Optimize capital investment and available space

    Pay-as-you-grow solution lowers your capital costs and increases utilization rates, while innovative rack-based technology frees up space previously needed for infrastructure support.

  2. Adapt to ever-changing power requirements

    No need to abandon previous investment when power density needs increase or if physically moving your data centre. Adapt to changing wattage requirements in your racks with single-or multi-branch rack-mount power distribution units.

  3. Accelerate speed of deployment

    Electrical and physical modularity allows for rapid installation with minimal engineering.

  4. Lower the cost of service contracts

    Simplicity of system design and intelligent modular parts lessen the dependency on expensive service contracts.

  5. Increase availability

    Specifically engineered to deliver higher availability through proactively designed, building block architecture and reduced MTTR

  6. Decrease mean-time-to-recovery (MTTR)

    Compartmentalize potential failures with system components consisting of intelligent, maintainable modules for quick fault recovery.

  7. Plan for a power density that is increasing and unpredictable

    Eliminate hot spots in your data centre caused by higher power densities by targeting availability where you need it most.

  8. Minimize points of failure between the UPS and the critical load

    Move redundancy closer to the load and prevent the majority of failures that cause critical load downtime.

  9. Minimize human error

    Simplicity of design and intelligent modules increase system availability by mitigating human error: the number one cause of critical load downtime.

  10. Decrease the operating costs

    With efficiency up to 96% (double conversion mode), the operating costs for a Conceptpower DPA modular UPS can be >40%less compared to those for a previous generation.

With the modular, safe swap UPS systems, you can build your own IT-Facility to meet simultaneously and most accurately:


  1. Higher Availability
  2. Unmatched flexibility to changes
  3. Unmatched flexibility to changes
  4. Lowest TCO
  5. Product standardization

AND ALL THIS AT BEST POSSIBLE COST