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PowerWave 33

 

Technical Specifications


 

PowerWave 33 highlights at a glance


  • Best in class efficiency Cost savings during the entire life-cycle(TCO)
  • Low input harmonic distortion Cost saving during installation
  • Input Power Factor near unity Cost savings during installation and the entire lifecycle( TCO)
  • Full rated output power from 0.9 lag to 0.9 lead Suitable power for the last IT equipment generation without de-rating
  • Compact size Floor space cost savings

POWERWAVE 33 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION


In environments that demand zero downtime, continuous power protection availability is essential. In order to respond to today’s dynamic IT and process-related environments that experience daily change through new server technologies, migration and centralization, resilient and easily adaptable power protection concepts are required. POWERWAVE 33 is the foundation for continuous power protection availability of network-critical infrastructures in enterprise data centers where business continuity has paramount importance and in process control environment where manufacturing continuity is essential.

POWERWAVE 33 is an advanced double conversion UPS, VFI (Voltage and Frequency Independent) topology that responds fully to both highest availability and environmentally friendly requirements compliant with IEC 62040- 3 (VFI-SS-111) standards.

The POWERWAVE 33 UPS features innovations that combine to deliver the industry’s best key values like:
enhanced power performance, parallel capability and connectivity’s interaction

Newave’s Decentralized Parallel Architecture is based on stacking independent UPSs for power capacity increase or for redundancy purpose for power availability increase. When operating in parallel configuration, each POWERWAVE 33 can take the leadership role avoiding single points of failure in the parallel chain ensuring the highest level of power availability.

The most demanding Data Centres starts with low power before achieving its full capacity. It is in this case essential to be able to recover the missing power requirement without risk for the applied load. POWERWAVE 33 allows for system upgrades to meet the highest level of availability interruption free and without a temporary transfer the load to row mains (by-pass).

This Technical Specification provides detailed technical information on the mechanical, electrical and environmental performance of the POWERWAVE 33 that can support to give answers to tender and end-user requirements. The POWERWAVE 33 was designed to respond to the most stringent safety, EMC and other important UPS standards.

POWERWAVE 33 is a stand-alone UPS which can be paralleled for power protection increase and/or for redundancy purpose. It offers 8 different power ranges: 60-80-100-120-160-200-250-300-400-500kW . Up to 10 UPS can be paralleled together to achieving the maximum power capacity of 5000kW using common or separate battery configuration.

Key Features of POWERWAVE 33:


 
  • Best in class efficiency, up to 96%
 Energy-Operational cost savings (TCO)
 
  • Compact size, Small Footprint
 Space-saving of expensive floor space
 
  • Blade-server-friendly power

    Full active power from 0.9 lead to 0.9 lag

 No de-rating with leading PF loads
 
  • Very low input current distortion THDi

    THDi = < 3.5% @ 100% load

 Gen-set power and installation cost saving
 
  • Input Power Factor near unity
 Cost savings during installation and the entire lifecycle (TCO)

TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS

MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS POWERWAVE 33 60-100kW

 

POWERWAVE 33

without battery

enclosure

 
 Power range  
kW
 
60
 
80
 
100
 Dimensions (WxHxD)  
mm
 
550x1820x750
 
550x1820x750
 
550x1820x750
 Dimensions with elevation kit (WxHxD)  
mm
 
550x1975x750
 Weight  
kg
 
205
 
225
 
230
 Colour    
Graphite grey (RAL 7024)

 


 

POWERWAVE 33

with Battery Enclosure

A

 
 Max. Power connection  
kW
 
60
 
80
 
100
 Dimensions (WxHxD)  
mm
 
970x1820x750
 
970x1820x750
 
970x1820x750
 Weight without battery  
kg
 
250
 
260
 
285
 Weight with battery with 80 block of 28Ah  
kg
 
1140
 
1150
 
1175
 Colour    
Graffito grey (RAL 7024)

 


 

POWERWAVE 33

with Battery Enclosure

B

 
 Max. Power connection  
kW
 
60
 
80
 
100
 Dimensions (WxHxD)  
mm
 
1180x1820x750
 
1180x1820x750
 
1180x1820x750
 Weight without battery  
kg
 
260
 
270
 
295
 Weight with battery with 120 block of 28Ah  
kg
 
1590
 
1600
 
1625
 Colour    
Graphite grey (RAL 7024)

MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS POWERWAVE 33 120-200kW


 

POWERWAVE 33

 
 Power range  
kW
 
120
 
160
 
200
 Dimensions (WxHxD)  
mm
 
850x1820x750
 
850x1820x750
 
850x1820x750
 Dimensions with elevation kit (WxHxD)  
mm
 
850x1975x750
 Weight  
kg
 
280
 
290
 
310
 Colour    
Graphite grey (RAL 7024)

MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS POWERWAVE 33 250-300kW


 

POWERWAVE 33

 
 Power range  
kW
 
250
 
300
 Dimensions (WxHxD)  
mm
 
1100x1920x750
 
1100x1920x750
 Dimensions with elevation kit (WxHxD)  
mm
 
1100x1975x750
 Weight  
kg
 
390
 
410
 Colour    
Graphite grey (RAL 7024)

MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS POWERWAVE 33 400-500kW


 

POWERWAVE 33

 
 Max. Power connection  
kW
 
400
 
500
 Dimensions (WxHxD)  
mm
 
1650x1994x850
 
1650x1994x850
 Dimensions with elevation kit (WxHxD)  
mm
 
1650x2094x850
 Weight  
kg
 
950
 
1000
 Colour    
Graphite grey (RAL 7024)

 


 

POWERWAVE 33

with Top Cable Entry

Enclosure (TCE)

 
 Max. Power connection  
kW
 
400
 
500
 Dimensions (WxHxD)  
mm
 
2150x1994x850
 Dimensions with elevation kit (WxHxD)  
mm
 
2150x2094x850
 Weight with TCE Basic  
kg
 
950+115
 
1000+115
 Weight with TCE single input feed with cables  
kg
 
950+245
 
1000+245
 Weight with TCE dual input feed with cables  
kg
 
950+285
 
1000+285
 Colour    
Graphite grey (RAL 7024)

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INPUT CHARACTERISTICS


 UPS Model  
PW 33 60
 
PW 33 80
 
PW 33 100
 
PW 33 120
 
PW 33 160
 
PW 33 200
 
PW 33 250
 
PW 33 300
 
PW 33 400
 
PW 33 500
 Output Rated Power  
kW
 
60
 
80
 
100
 
120
 
160
 
200
 
250
 
300
 
400
 
500
 Nominal Input Voltage  
V
 
3x380/220V+N, 3x400V/230V+N, 3x415/240V+N
 Input Voltage Tolerance (ref to 3x400/230V) for Loads in %:  
V
 

(-23%/+15%) 3x308/177 V to 3x460/264 V for <100 % load

(-30%/+15%) 3x280/161 V to 3x460/264 V for < 80 % load

(-40%/+15%) 3x240/138 V to 3x460/264 V for < 60 % load

 Input Frequency  
Hz
 
35 - 70
 Input Power Factor    
PF=0.99 @ 100 % load
 Inrush Current  
A
 
limited by soft start / max. In
 Input Distortion THDi    
Sine-wave THDi = 3.5% @100% load
 Max. Input Power with rated output power and charged battery (output cosφ = 1.0)  
kW
 
64
 
85
 
107
 
128
 
170
 
213
 
266
 
319
 
426
 
532
 Max. Input Current with rated output power and charged battery (output cosφ = 1.0)  
A
 
93
 
123
 
154
 
185
 
247
 
308
 
386
 
463
 
617
 
771
 Max. Input Power with rated output power and discharged battery (output cosφ = 1.0)  
kW
 
70
 
94
 
110
 
141
 
187
 
234
 
293
 
351
 
468
 
585
 Max. Input Current with rated output power and discharged battery (output cosφ = 1.0)  
A
 
102
 
136
 
160
 
204
 
271
 
339
 
424
 
509
 
679
 
848

GRAPH: INPUT PF VERSUS % LOAD


 

GRAPH: INPUT DISTORTION THDi VERSUS % LOAD



BATTERY CHARACTERISTICS


 UPS Range  60 kW  80 kW  100 kW  120 kW  160 kW  200 kW  250 kW  300 kW  400 kW  500 kW
 Min/Max Number of 12V Battery Blocks @ PF=1.0  
No.
 
44 / 50
 
44 / 50
 
50
 
44 / 50
 
44 / 50
 Maximum Battery Charger Current  
A
 
25A
 
50A
 
60A
 
100A
 Battery Charging Curve  Ripple free ; IU (DIN 41773)
 Temperature compensation ready  Standard (temp. sensor optional)
 Battery Test  Automatic and periodically (adjustable)
 Battery Type  Maintenance free VRLA or NiCd

OUTPUT CHARACTERISTICS

 UPS Range  60 kW  80 kW  100 kW  120 kW  160 kW  200 kW  250 kW  300 kW  400 kW  500 kW
 Output Rated Power (@ min. 44 battery blocks)  kVA  60  80  100  120  160  200  250  300  400  500
 Output Rated Power (@ min. 44 battery blocks)  KW  60  80  100  120  160  200   250  300  400  500
 Output Current In PF 1.0 (400 V) (@ min. 44 battery blocks)  A  87  116  145  174  232  290  361  433  577  722
 Output Rated Voltage  V  
3x380/220V or 3x400/230V or 3x415/240V
 Output Voltage Stability  %
Static: < +/- 1%
Dynamic (Step load 0%-100% or 100%-0%) < +/- 4%
 Output Voltage Distortion  % With Linear Load < 2%
With Non-linear Load (EN62040-3:2001) < 4%
 Output Frequency  Hz  50 Hz or 60 Hz
 Output Frequency Tolerance  % Synchronized with mains < +/- 2 %
(selectable for bypass operation) or < +/- 4 %
Free running +/- 0.1 %
 Bypass operation   At Nominal Input voltage of 3x400 V +/- 15 %
or 190 V to 264 V ph-N
 Permissible Unbalanced Load (All 3 phases regulated independently)  %  100%
 Phase Angle Tolerance (With 100 % Unbalanced load)  Deg.  +/- 0 deg.
 Overload Capability on Inverter  % At PF 1.0 110% load 10 min.
At PF 1.0 135% load 1 min.
At PF 0.9 125% load 10 min.
At PF 0.9 150% load 1 min.
 Output short capability (RMS)  A Inverter: …..x In during 40 ms
2.7 2.0 2.3 1.8 1.9 2.1 1.8 2.0 2.0 2.0
Bypass: 10 x In during 10 ms
 Crest - Factor    3 : 1

(*) Only with 50 battery blocks

GRAPH: AC – AC EFFICIENCY with Linear load @ cosφ 1

 


 

GRAPH: Output Power in KW and KVA VERSUS cosφ

Vout=230Vac rms line to neutral, 50Hz, ≥ 44 battery blocks


 
PW33
60
80
100
PF
kW
kVA
kW
kVA
kW
kVA
CAP
0.80
0.85
0.90
0.95
46
50
54
57
58
59
60
60
61
66
72
76
77
78
80
80
77
83
90
95
97
98
100
100
 
1.00
60
60
80
80
100
100
IND
0.95
0.90
0.85
0.80
0.75
0.70
0.65
0.60
57
54
51
48
45
42
39
36
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
76
72
68
64
60
56
52
48
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
95
90
85
80
75
70
65
60
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

 

 
PW33
120
160
200(*)
PF
kW
kVA
kW
kVA
kW
kVA
CAP
0.80
0.85
0.90
0.95
92
100
108
114
116
117
120
120
122
132
144
152
154
156
160
160
154
166
180
190
194
195
200
200
 
1.00
120
120
160
160
200
200
IND
0.95
0.90
0.85
0.80
0.75
0.70
0.65
0.60
114
108
102
96
90
84
78
72
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
152
144
136
128
120
112
104
96
160
160
160
160
160
160
160
160
190
180
170
160
150
140
130
120
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200

(*) only using 50 battery blocks

 
PW33
250
300
400
500
PF
kW
kVA
kW
kVA
kW
kVA
kW
kVA
CAP
0.80
0.85
0.90
0.95
193
208
225
238
241
245
250
250
231
249
270
285
291
294
300
300
310
333
360
380
388
392
400
400
388
417
450
475
485
490
500
500
 
1.00
250
250
300
300
400
400
500
500
IND
0.95
0.90
0.85
0.80
0.75
0.70
0.65
0.60
238
225
213
200
188
175
163
150
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
285
270
255
240
225
210
195
180
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
380
360
340
320
300
280
260
240
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
475
450
425
400
375
350
325
300
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500

ENVIRONMENTAL CHARACTERISTICS


UPS range  
60 kW
80
kW
100
kW
120
kW
160
kW
200
kW
250
kW
300
kW
400
kW
500
kW
Audible Noise with 100% / 50% Load
dBA
 
< 65
 
< 69
 
< 71
 
N/A
Operation
temperature
°C
0 - 40
Ambient
Temperature for
BATTERIES & RECTIFIERS
(recommended)

°C
20 – 25
Storage
Temperature
°C
-25 - +70
Battery Storage
Time at Ambient
Temperature
 
Max. 6 months
Max. altitude (above
sea level)
m
1000m (3300ft) without de-rating
De-rating factor for
use at altitudes
above 1000m sea
level according
(IEC 62040-3)
 
Meter above sea level (m / ft)
De-Rating Factor for Power
 
1500 / 4850
0.95
 
2000 / 6600
0.91
 
2500 / 8250
0.86
 
3000 / 9900
0.82
Relative Air-humidity  
Max. 95% (non-condensing)
Accessibility  
Totally front accessibility for service and maintenance (no need for side, top or rear access)
Positioning  
Min. 20 cm rear space (required for fan)
Input and Output
Power Cabling
 
From the bottom on the front
Efficiency AC-AC up
to (at cosφ 1.0)
(depending on UPS
%
Load : 100 % 75 % 50 % 25 %
95 % 95.5 % 96 % 95.5 %
Eco-Mode efficiency
at 100% load
%
99 %

STANDARDS


UPS range
60
kW
80
kW
100
kW
120
kW
160
kW
200
kW
250
kW
300
kW
400
kW
500
kW
Safety
IEC/EN 62040-1-1, IEC/EN 60950-1/A11
Electromagnetic
Compatibility
IEC/EN 62040-2, IEC/EN61000-3-2,
IEC/EN61000-6-2,
EMC Classes
C2 domestic or industrial In < 16A
C3 industrial In >16A
C3
C2 optional with filter
not availab.
Performance
IEC/EN62040-3:2001
Product certification
CE
Degree of protection
IP 20

COMMUNICATION


Power Management Display (PMD) LCD display
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 graphical display Option
RS485 on RJ45 port For multidrop purpose Option
Slot for SNMP SNMP card
For monitoring and integration in network management
Option

POWER MANAGEMENT DISPLAY (PMD)


The user-friendly PMD consists of three parts the MIMIC DIAGRAM, CONTROL KEYS and LCD that provides the necessary monitoring information about the UPS.

MIMIC DIAGRAM


The mimic diagram serves to give the general status of the UPS. The LED-indicators 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.

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 PowerWave 33).

 

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Power Management Display (PMD) of PowerWave 33

CUSTOMER INTERFACES (PW33 60-300 kW)

CUSTOMER INPUTS DRY PORTs: Terminal block X1


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

CUSTOMER OUTPUTS DRY PORTs : Terminal blocks X2


Provision of signals for the automatic and orderly shutdown of servers, AS400 or Automation building systems All voltage free contacts are rated 60 VAC max. and 500 mA max.: All the interfaces are connected to Phoenix Spring terminals with wires : 0.5 mm2

Customer Interface PowerWave 33 60-300 kW X1, X2 Phoenix Terminals

CUSTOMER INTERFACES (PW33 400-500 kW)

CUSTOMER INPUTS DRY PORTS: Terminal blocks X3 / 3-14


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

OUTPUTS DRY PORTS: Terminal blocks X2 + X3 / 1-2


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

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 X1-X3 can hold Cable from 0.2mm2 – 1.5mm2
All Voltage free contacts are rated: Max 250Vac/8A; 30Vdc/8A; 220Vdc/0.12A

Customer Interface PW33 400-500KW

OPTIONS


  • SNMP card and WaveMon Management Software , Modbus Protocol, USB
  • External Battery Cabinets
  • Parallel kit, Synchron kit
  • In/output Transformer for special voltages
  • Back-feed protection
  • Temp. sensor for battery temp. control
  • Top Cable Entry Enclosure (TCE)

SNMP card / WaveMon Management Software


The Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is a worldwide-standardized communication-protocol. It is used to monitor any device in the network via simple control language. The UPS-Management Software WaveMon also provides its data in this SNMP format with its internal software agent. The operating system you are using must support the SNMP protocol. We offer our WaveMon software with SNMP functionality for Novell, OS/2, all Windows running on INTEL and ALPHA, DEC VMS, Apple. Two types of SNMP interfaces with identical functionality are available: an external SNMP-Adapter (Box) and an internal SNMP-Card. Both can manage a parallel system (N modules) and return either global values - which are consistent for the whole parallel system - or specific values from the single modules.

 

Battery Enclosures


 The integrated battery
 enclosures are part of the
 UPS, therefore cannot be
 defined as a separate battery
 cabinet
 
UPS &
BAT- ENC A

Only for 60, 80 and 100kW
UPS &
BAT- ENC B

Only for 60, 80 and 100kW
BAT- ENC A & B  
Configuration
accommodates:
Max.
80 Batt. Blocks for
28Ah
mounted on 16 shelves
(5 blocks/shelf)
120 Batt. Blocks for
28Ah
mounted on 24 shelves
(5 blocks/shelf)
Strings :
Terminals :
 
2
3 x M8
3
3 x M8
Fuse Type (Very Fast acting)
A
2 x 3 x 100A
3 x 3 x 100A
Dimensions of UPS and
battery Side (WxHxD)
mm
970x1820x750
1180x1820x750
Weight w/o trays and w/o
BATTERIES & RECTIFIERS
kg
20
30
Battery configuration with
BAT-ENC A & B
 
Batt. Config.
(2x40)x28Ah
Batt. Config.
(3x40)x28Ah

Top Cable Entry Enclosure (TCE)


 

POWERWAVE 33

with Top Cable Entry

Enclosure (TCE)

 
 Max. Power connection  
kW
 
400
 
500
 Dimensions (WxHxD)  
mm
 
2150x1994x850
 Dimensions with elevation kit (WxHxD)  
mm
 
2150x2094x850
 Weight with TCE Basic  
kg
 
950+115
 
1000+115
 Weight with TCE single input feed with cables  
kg
 
950+245
 
1000+245
 Weight with TCE dual input feed with cables  
kg
 
950+285
 
1000+285
 Colour    
Graphite grey (RAL 7024)

BATTERY AUTONOMIES

EXAMPLES OF BATTERY AUTONOMY AT FULL LOAD WITH STANDARD BATTERY CABINETS AND STANDARD BATTERY CONFIGURATION


28Ah battery
UPS Range
60kW
80kW
100kW
120kW
160kW
200kW
250kW
300kW
400kW
500kW
BAT
ENC
Battery configuration
Autonomy time in minutes @ 80% Load (kW)
Batt. Enclosure A (2x40)x28Ah
Batt. Enclosure B (3x40)x28Ah
13
22
9
15
7
12
not available

INSTALLATION PLANNING



UPS Positioning and space recommendation


UPS Frame type
60-100 kW
60-80-100 kW
(with battery
enclosure A&B)
120-200 kW
250-300 kW
400-500 kW
Dimensions (WxHxD) mm
550x1820x750
A: 970x1820x750
B: 1180x1820x750
850x1820x750
1100x1920x750
1650x1994x850
Fan position
back
on top
Accessibility
Totally front accessibility for service and maintenance
(no need for side, top or rear access)
Positioning
Min. 200 mm rear space (required for fan)
Rear side
directly at the
wall
Input and Output Power
Cabling
From the bottom on the front

MAXIMUM HEAT DISSIPATION PER UPS RANGE WITH NON-LINEAR LOAD


UPS Range
60
kW
80
kW
100
kW
120
kW
160
kW
200
kW
250
kW
300
kW
400
kW
500
kW
Air-flow
from front to back
from front
to top
Heat Dissipation with 100% Non-linear
Load per range (EN 62040-1-1)
W
3830
5106
6383
7660
10213
12766
15957
24000
24000
30000
Heat Dissipation with 100% Non-linear
Load per range (EN 62040-1-1)
BTU
/h
13071
17428
21785
26142
34856
43570
54462
65355
81913
102389
Airflow (25° - 30°C) with 100% Nonlinear
Load per range (EN 62040-1-1)
m3/h
1300
1500
1700
2500
2500
2500
3350
3350
6550
6550
Heat Dissipation without load
W
850
850
850
1500
1500
1500
2300
2300
4000
4000

WIRING AND BLOCK DIAGRAMS FOR ALL UPS FRAMES


The customer has to supply the wiring to connect the UPS to the local power source. The installation inspection and initial start up of the UPS and extra battery cabinet must be carried out by a qualified service personnel such as a licensed service engineer from the manufacturer or from an agent authorised by the manufacturer. More details and procedure are mentioned in the user manual.

TERMINAL CONNECTIONS OVERVIEW


UPS Range
Terminals (T)
Connection Bar (B)
Battery
(+ / N / - )
+PE
Input Bypass
3+N
(N,2L1,2L2,2L3)
Input Rectifier
3+N+PE
(N,1L1,1L2,1L3)
Output load
3+N+PE
(N,3L1,3L2,3L3)
Max. cable
section
admissible
(mm²)
Toghtening
Torque
(Nm)
60kW (Fig.1)
4 x M8
4 x 35 mm2
4 x 35 mm2 + PE M8
4 x 35 mm2 + PE M8
35
3.5
80kW (Fig.1)
4 x M8
4 x 50 mm2
4 x 50 mm2 + PE M8
4 x 50 mm2 + PE M8
50
5
100kW (Fig.1)
4 x M8
4 x 70 mm2
4 x 70 mm2 + PE M8
4 x 70 mm2 + PE M8
95
8
120kW ((Fig.2)
4 x M10
4 x M10
5 x M10
5 x M10
185
Max. 50
160kW (Fig.2)
4 x M10
4 x M10
5 x M10
5 x M10
185
Max. 50
200kW (Fig.2)
4 x M10
4 x M10
5 x M10
5 x M10
240
Max. 50
250kW (Fig.3)
4 x M10
4 x M10
5 x M10
5 x M10
240
Max. 50
300kW (Fig.3)
4 x M10
4 x M10
5 x M10
5 x M10
240
Max. 50
400kW (Fig.4)
3 x 4xM12
3 x 4 x M12
3 x 5 x M12
3 x 5 x M12
240
Max. 84
500kW (Fig.4)
3 x 4xM12
3 x 4 x M12
3 x 5 x M12
3 x 5 x M12
240
Max. 84

Fig. 1: 60-80-100 kW

 



Fig. 2: 120-160-200 kW

 



Fig. 3: 250-300 kW

 



Fig. 4: 400-500 kW

 

 


 

INPUT FEED RATINGS POWERWAVE 33 60-300kW

Cable Sections and Fuse Ratings recommended. Alternatively, local standards to be respected


Block Diagram


Block Diagram PowerWave 33 from 60-300kW

STANDARD VERSION (SINGLE INPUT FEED)

Power
(kW)
Fuse A
(Agl/CB)
Cable A
(IEC 60950-1)
Cable D
(IEC 60950-1)
Fuse E
+/N/-
Cable E
+/N/-
60
3x100
5x35
5x35
3x125A
3x35+ PE
80
3x125
5x50
5x50
3x160A
3x50 + PE
100
3x160
5x50
5x50
3x250A
3x95 + PE
120
3x200
5x70
5x70
3x250A
3x120 + PE
160
3x250
5x120 or 5x(2x50)
5x120 or 5x(2x50)
3x350A
3x(2x70) + PE
200
3x350
5x185 or 5x(2x70)
5x185 or 5x(2x70)
3x450A
3x(2x95) + PE
250
3x400
5x240 or 5x(2x95)
5x240 or 5x(2x95)
3x630A
3x(2x150) + PE
300
3x500
5x(2x120)
5x(2x120)
3x630A
3x(2x150) + PE

VERSION ON REQUEST (DUAL INPUT FEED)

Power
(kW)
Fuse B
(Agl/CB)
Cable B
(IEC 60950-1)
Fuse C
(Agl/CB)
Cable C
(IEC 60950-1)
Cable D
(IEC 60950-1)
Fuse E
+/N/-
Cable E
+/N/-
60
3x100
5x35
3x100
5x35
5x35
3x125A
3x35+ PE
80
3x125
5x50
3x125
5x50
5x50
3x160A
3x50+ PE
100
3x160
5x50
3x160
5x50
5x50
3x250A
3x95+ PE
120
3x200
5x70
3x200
5x70
5x70
3x250A
3x120+ PE
160
3x250
5x120 or 5x(2x50)
3x250
5x120 or 5x(2x50)
5x120
3x350A
3x(2x70) + PE
200
3x350
5x185 or 5x(2x70)
3x315
5x185 or 5x(2x70)
5x185
3x450A
3x(2x95) + PE
250
3x400
5x240 or 5x(2x95)
3x400
5x240 or 5x(2x95)
5x240 or 5x(2x95)
3x630A
3x(2x150) + PE
300
3x500
5x(2x120)
3x500
5x(2x120)
5x(2x120)
3x630A
3x(2x150) + PE

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INPUT FEED RATINGS POWERWAVE 33 400-500kW

Cable Sections and Fuse Ratings recommended. Alternatively, local standards to be respected


Block Diagram


Block Diagram PowerWave 33 from 400-500kW

STANDARD VERSION (SINGLE INPUT FEED)

Power
(kW)
Fuse A
(Agl/CB)
Cable A
(IEC 60950-1)
Cable D
(IEC 60950-1)
Fuse E
+/N/-
Cable E
+/N/-
400
3x630
5x(3x95) or 5x(2x185)
5x(3x95) or 5x(2x185)
3x1000A
3x(3x185) + PE
500
3x800
5x(3x150)
5x(3x150)
3x1250A
3x(3x240) + PE

VERSION ON REQUEST (DUAL INPUT FEED)

Power
(kW)
Fuse B
(Agl/CB)
Cable B
(IEC 60950-1)
Fuse C
(Agl/CB)
Cable C
(IEC 60950-1)
Cable D
(IEC 60950-1)
Fuse E
+/N/-
Cable E
+/N/-
400
3x630
5x(3x95) or 5x(2x185)
3x630
5x(3x95) or 5x(2x185)
5x(3x95) or 5x(2x185)
3x1000A
3x(3x185) + PE
500
3x800
5x(3x150)
3x800
5x(3x150)
5x(3x150)
3x1250A
3x(3x240) + PE