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SERVICE

MANUAL

INVERTER
IMB.e

IMB.e SERVICE MANUAL

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Code

1 IMB.e TECH DATA

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2 IMB.e OPERATING MANUAL


IMB.e operating manual index

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IMB.e General Description

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IMB.e Front panel

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IMB.e - ITB.e Startup and Shutdown

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3 IMB.e - ITB.e TEST PROCEDURE

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4 IMB.e OPERATING DESCRIPTION

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5 IMB.e - ITB.e MAINTENANCE

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6 IMB.e - ITB.e TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES

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7 UPS TEST SOFTWARE

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8 IMB.e APPENDIX SERVICE MANUAL

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UPS dielectric strength test

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11.10.11
17.05.12
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INVERTER
SERIES IMB_E
GENERAL
TECHNICAL DATA

IMB_e General data

IMB_E GENERAL TECHNICAL DATA


Index
1 INTRODUCTION .............................2

3.4 MANUAL BYPASS................................... 5

2 GENERAL DESCRIPTION .............2

4 TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS.5

2.1 INVERTER ................................................ 2

5 ALARMS, STATUS AND SIGNALS5

2.1.1 Operation with non-linear load ............ 2

6 FRONT PANEL ...............................6

2.1.2 Overload management ......................... 2


2.1.2.1

Overload with Bypass available ......... 3

2.1.2.2

Overload with Bypass NOT available 3

7 PARALLEL REDUNDANT
OPERATION ...................................6

2.1.3 Short circuit operation.......................... 3

8 DESIGN STANDARDS ...................7

2.1.4 IGBT bridge protection ......................... 3

9 MECHANICAL LAYOUT.................7

2.2 STATIC SWITCH ...................................... 4

10 DATASHEETS ................................8

2.2.1 Inverter Emergency Line transfer ... 4


2.2.2 Emergency Line Inverter transfer ... 4
2.3 MANUAL BY-PASS.................................. 4

3 OPERATING MODES .....................4


3.1 NORMAL OPERATION ............................ 4
3.2 BATTERY OPERATION ........................... 4
3.3 BYPASS OPERATION ............................. 5

10.1 IMB_E 110VDC INPUT / 115VAC


OUTPUT.................................................... 8
10.2 IMB_E 110VDC INPUT / 230VAC
OUTPUT.................................................. 10
10.3 IMB_E 220VDC INPUT / 115VAC
OUTPUT.................................................. 12
10.4 IMB_E 220VDC INPUT / 230VAC
OUTPUT.................................................. 14

Index of pictures
Picture 1 Inverter ......................................................2
Picture 2 Diagram of the power ................................2
Picture 3 Operation with non-linear load...................2
Picture 4 Thermal image characteristic ....................3
Picture 5 Overload with bypass available .................3
Picture 6 Overload with bypass not available ...........3
Picture 7 Short circuit characteristic (By-pass not
available) .....................................................................3
Picture 8 IGBT bridge protection ..............................4
Picture 9 Static switch and Manual by-pass .............4
Picture 10 Normal Operation ....................................4

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Revision JSE413046
Revision JSE413994
Revision JSE414630

Picture 11 Battery operation..................................... 4


Picture 12 Bypass operation (manual change-over) 5
Picture 13 Bypass operation (automatic changeover)............................................................................ 5
Picture 14 Manual Bypass for functional tests ......... 5
Picture 15 Manual Bypass for repair or maintenance
works........................................................................... 5
Picture 16 Front panel.............................................. 6
Picture 17 Parallel redundant configuration ............. 7

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Date

Emesso
Issued

Controllato
Checked

Approvato
Approved

19/01/10
25/03/10
16/03/11
26/09/11

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IMB_e General data

INTRODUCTION

The Inverter (IMB_E) is a static DC/AC IGBTbased converter, controlled by


a 16-bit
microprocessor, that allows full digital control of
the system operation.
The inverter supplies clean continuous power
and guarantees the voltage and frequency are
stabilised at the nominal value, independently
from the mains status. Thanks to the DC/AC
conversion, it makes the load completely immune
from micro-interruptions due to excessive mains
variation, and prevents damage to the critical
loads (Computer - Instrumentation - Scientific
equipment etc.).

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

2.1

INVERTER

The DC voltage is converted by the IGBT


bridge, that uses four switches, controlled using
PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) technology at
high commutation frequency. The PWM
generation as well as the control of the operating
variables is completely managed by the
microprocessor.
The DC current transducer CT provides for
the monitoring of the inverter input current. Its
feedback
signal
is
managed
by
the
microprocessor to activate the output short circuit
current limitation (see 2.1.3) and the IGBT
protection (see 2.1.4).

Picture 2 Diagram of the power

2.1.1 Operation with non-linear load


A non-linear load is characterized by a high
peak current versus its RMS value, that in normal
condition would introduce a distortion on the
output waveform.
The inverter is provided with an instantaneous
voltage correction facility, completely managed
by the microprocessor, that provides to vary the
PWM generation according to the actual output
waveform, in order to keep the THD within 5%
even with loads having crest factor equal to 3.

Picture 3 Operation with non-linear load

Picture 1 Inverter

The output transformer provides the galvanic


insulation between DC and AC side, as well as
voltage adaptation. Its integrated inductance
forms, together with the AC capacitors, a lowpass filter that provides to eliminate the high
frequency ripple and keeps the total harmonic
distortion of the inverter waveform (THD) lower
than 2% (with linear load).
The inverter, thanks to its manufacturing
technology and to the microprocessor control, is
able to supply indifferently inductive or capacitive
loads. The maximum apparent power varies
slightly in case the load is highly capacitive (p.f. <
0,9) and a de-rating factor, according to the
picture 5, must be applied. The data 100% kW
indicates the maximum active power that the
UPS can supply to a resistive load (ex: for a
20kVA UPS Pmax=16kW).
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2.1.2 Overload management


Inverter can provide continuously 100% of
nominal load and can tolerate overload
conditions up to 125% for 10 minutes or 150% for
1 minute.
Peak conditions such as take-off of engines or
magnetic parts are managed limiting the output
current to 200% for 5 cycles, than reducing to
125%.
Any times output power grows above 100%
the inverter keeps feeding the loads, while the
microprocessor activates the thermal image
algorithm (technical figure) to calculate thermal
image based on output current and duration of
the overload in function of the time.
User loads are powered by inverter output up
to the end of maximum allowed time, and then
the static bypass switches to emergency line
without interruption of output power.

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WARNING: this operation causes the loss of
the supply to the load
2.1.3 Short circuit operation
As soon as an output short circuit is detected
(alarm A25) the load is transferred immediately to
the emergency line that provides to eliminate the
fault thanks to its higher short circuit current.
In case the bypass is not available the inverter
reduces its output voltage and limits its output
current to 200% for 100ms, and then to 125% for
5 seconds, after that its switched off (according
to EN 62040-3 / EN 50091-3).

Picture 4 Thermal image characteristic

2.1.2.1

Overload with Bypass available

Picture 5 Overload with bypass available

As soon as an overload is detected the


algorithm starts to calculate the increment of the
energy. When the limit is reached the load is
transferred to bypass.
To allow a safe cooling of the inverter power
components (IGBTs, transformer) the inverter is
switched off for 30 minutes.
When this time has elapsed the inverter is
switched on again and the load transferred back
to the primary supply.
2.1.2.2

Overload with Bypass NOT available

Picture 7 Short circuit characteristic (By-pass not


available)

2.1.4 IGBT bridge protection


The inverter current is monitored by the DC
current transducer connected upstream the
inverter bridge. Therefore the control logic is able
to distinguish an output short circuit from an IGBT
short circuit.
The behaviour of the inverter in case of short
circuit on the load has been described at 2.1.3;
the output current is limited and the IGBT bridge
current doesnt reach the protection threshold.
In case of short circuit in the inverter bridge
the DC input current increases immediately and
theres no possibility of limitation but stopping the
PWM.
In this case the alarm A24 Current stop is
activated and must be reset manually after
having verified the status of the semiconductors.

Picture 6 Overload with bypass not available

As soon as an overload is detected the


algorithm starts to calculate the increment of the
energy. When the limit is reached the inverter is
switched off to avoid severe damages to the
power components.
As soon as the bypass is available again the
load is supplied by the bypass static switch.
After 30 minutes the inverter is switched on
again and the load re-supplied.
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2.3

MANUAL BY-PASS

In order to allow safe maintenance and repair


of the unit, the inverter is provided with a manual
bypass switch.
In bypass mode all the repair and test
activities to verify the efficiency of the whole unit
can be carried out safely. Manual by-pass can be
inserted by following the relevant instructions.
During manual by-pass operation theres no
interruption of the supply to the load.

Picture 8 IGBT bridge protection

2.2

STATIC SWITCH

Static
switch
is
based
on
power
semiconductor (thyristors), rated to work
continuously at 150% of nominal output power.
The thyristor connected to the main power is
protected by a fast-acting fuse.

OPERATING MODES

3.1

NORMAL OPERATION

During normal operation all the circuit


breakers/switches are closed except MBCB
(maintenance bypass).
The inverter converts the DC voltage into an
AC sine-wave, stabilized in voltage and
frequency, and provides to supply the load
through its static switch SSI.

Picture 9 Static switch and Manual by-pass

Picture 10 Normal Operation

Thanks to the transfer logic integrated in the


control, the load is supplied by the bypass static
switch even in case of microprocessor failure.

3.2

Overload capability:

150% continuously
200% for 1 minute
2000% for 1 cycle

2.2.1 Inverter Emergency Line transfer


The transfer (in less than 0,5 ms) is activated
only if emergency line is in tolerance, for the
following reasons:
Output short circuit
Fault of the inverter
DC over-voltage or under-voltage (inverter
OFF)
Over-temperature
Thermal image shutdown
Forced
commutation
by
BYPASS
SWITCH
2.2.2 Emergency Line Inverter transfer
As soon as inverter is correctly working and
synchronized, the unit automatically switches to
inverter in less than 1 msec. If the system
switches back and forth more than 6 times in two
minutes, an alarm is generated to inform the
user, and the load is blocked to emergency line
until a manual reset will clear the faulty condition.
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BATTERY OPERATION

In the event of DC supply failure the battery,


that is connected to the DC intermediate circuit,
is called up immediately and without interruption
to supply the load. The battery voltage drops as a
function of the magnitude of the discharge
current. The voltage drops has no effect on the
inverter output voltage since it is kept constant by
varying the PWM modulation.
As the battery approaches the discharge limit
an alarm is activated. In case the power is
restored before the limit is reached the system
switches automatically back to normal operation,
if not, the inverter shuts down and the load is
transferred to the bypass (bypass operation). If
the bypass mains is not available or outside the
tolerance range the complete system shuts down
as soon as the lowest battery level is reached.

Picture 11 Battery operation

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3.3

BYPASS OPERATION

Bypass operation may occur for both manual


or automatic change-over. The manual transfer is
due to the BYPASS SWITCH, that forces the
load to bypass. In the event of a bypass failure
the load is transferred back to inverter without
interruption.
Picture 15 Manual Bypass for repair or maintenance
works

TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS

For technical characteristics see the attached


data sheets (chapter 8).

5
Picture 12 Bypass operation (manual change-over)

The automatic change-over occurs for the


reasons explained in the technical description
(see paragraph 2.2.1); basically when the power
supply to the load within the specified tolerance
cannot be assured by the inverter.

ALARMS, STATUS AND


SIGNALS

The alphanumeric display offers a complete


diagnostic of the system. Each alarm is
associated with an internal protection, controlled
by the microprocessor, that disables certain UPS
functions in order to avoid possible load breaks.
Each alarm and status is associated to a code;
the alarm codes are stored in the events history.
The display management for the alarms and
status, including the history log, is described in
the chapter FRONT PANEL of the Operating
Manual.
List of the status

Picture 13 Bypass operation (automatic changeover)

Code

Description

3.4

S1
S3
S4
S5
S6
S8

DC input voltage OK
Inverter OK
Inverter feeds load
Inverter synchronized
Bypass OK
Inverter ON

MANUAL BYPASS

The manual bypass operation is necessary


every time the functionality of the inverter needs
to be checked or during maintenance or repair
works.
The manual bypass procedure is described in
the operating manual and must be followed
carefully in order to avoid damages to the unit.
During the functional check of the inverter, all
the breakers can be closed, except for the output
breaker OCB, and the full functionality can be
tested.

Picture 14 Manual Bypass for functional tests

During the manual bypass operation for repair


or maintenance, the UPS is completely switched
off and the load is supplied directly by the bypass
mains.
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List of the alarms


Code

Description

A4
A5
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A19
A20
A21
A22
A23
A24
A25

Thermal image protection


DC input voltage failure
Inverter out of tolerance
Overload
Bypass not available
Bypass feeds load
Retransfer blocked
MBCB (Q3) closed
OCB (Q4) open
Fans failure
High temperature
Bypass switch activated
EPO activated
Max. current stop
Short circuit
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A26
A27
A28
A29

The front panel main functions are:


- Show all the relevant input and output
current, voltage and frequency measures
- Show all the alarms and status of the
IMB_E
- Show the events history

SBCB Open
ELCB Open (Option)
Output overvoltage
Output undervoltage

The alarms and status can be remotely


transferred by means of SPDT (Single Pole
Double Throw) voltage-free relay contacts. The
signalling card ARC#1 is included as standard.
The three relay card (optional)

ARC #1

Signalling

Color

10

Inverter OK

GREEN

11

Inverter feeds load

GREEN

12

Inverter synchronized

GREEN
GREEN

RELAY

MEANING

13

Bypass Ok

RL1
RL2
RL3
RL4
RL5
RL6

Inverter OK
Inverter synchronized
Inverter feeds load
Bypass OK
Low DC voltage (pre-alarm)
Common alarm

14

Bypass feeds load

ORANGE

15

Overload

ORANGE

16

Fans Failure

ORANGE

17

DC Voltage out tol

RED

18

High Temp

RED

19

Retransfer block

RED

ARC #2
RELAY

MEANING

RL1
RL2
RL3
RL4
RL5
RL6

Low DC voltage (alarm)


Overload
Retransfer blocked
MBCB (Q3) closed
High temperature
Fans failure

The following remote connections are also


available:
1. Through an RS232 protocol
2. Through a ModBus RS485 protocol
(optional)

ARC #3

LED

RELAY

MEANING

RL1
RL2
RL3
RL4

Thermal image protection


Bypass feeds load
OCB (Q4) open
EPO activated

FRONT PANEL

The front panel of the UPS, consisting of a


double row alphanumeric display plus 5 function
keys, allows the complete monitoring of the UPS
status. The power flow diagram helps to
understand the operating status of the UPS.

Picture 16 Front panel

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PARALLEL REDUNDANT
OPERATION

The parallel system consists of n (up to 4)


units, which are equipped like standard units.
Only the manual bypass can be external and
unique for all the units (on request).
On each inverter one extra PCB (RPIBUSCAN), that provides the parallel redundant
functions, is installed.
In addition to the standard functions as
uninterruptible power supply, total power control
and protection of the load from mains distortion,
the parallel redundant system guarantees an
uninterrupted power supply even in case of an
internal failure in one of the inverters. This is
possible because all units are constantly in
operation and feed the load in parallel at total
load / n, where n is the number of the UPS.
The AC automatic current sharing control
equalizes the currents of the n inverters and
reduces the total unbalance to less than 10%,
under all load conditions. The load is supplied by
the inverters in parallel for an instantaneous
overload up to n x 200% of the nominal load of
a single unit.
In case of failure in one unit, the other units
supply the load. The load is supplied by the static
bypass only when the redundancy logic, that can
be set by a dedicated software program, is no
longer satisfied.

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MECHANICAL LAYOUT

The following drawings are given as examples


of mechanical layout for the inverter series
IMB_E. Width and depth varies according to the
voltage and current ratings; further details are
given in the datasheet.
Version 1 : IP20

Picture 17 Parallel redundant configuration

DESIGN STANDARDS

Quality / Environment
Inverter basic standard
EMC standard

:
:
:

Performances
Power transformers
Low voltage switchgear

:
:
:

Cables

Safety

Protection degree
Mechanical

:
:

Semiconductors
Protection devices
Contactors
Lamps

:
:
:
:

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ISO 9001:2000
EN 62040
EN 61000-6-2
EN 61000-6-4
EN 62040-3
IEC 60076
IEC 60439
CEI 60947-2
CEI 20-38
CEI 20-22
CEI 20-14
EN 50178
EN 62040-1-2
IEC 60529
EN 60439-1
EN 62040-1
EN 60146
EN 60127
EN 60947-4
EN 60945-5

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DATASHEETS

10.1 IMB_E 110VDC INPUT / 115VAC OUTPUT

IMB_E 110Vdc/115Vac - SIZE


(kVA)

10

15

20

30

40

50

ELECTRICAL DATA
90 160

DC input voltage range (Vdc)

110 115 120 (selectable) +/- 20%

Bypass input voltage (Vac)


Output power @ p.f. 0,8 (kVA)

10

15

20

30

40

50

Output power @ p.f. 1 (kW)

12

16

24

32

40

110 115 120 (selectable) +/- 1%

Output voltage (Vac)

50-60 (selectable) +/- 4% (programmable)

Output frequency (Hz)


Output current @ 115Vac (A)
34
43

- p.f. 1
- p.f. 0,8

69
86

104
130

139
173

208
260

278
347

347
434

Output harmonic distortion (THD)


< 2%
< 5%

- Linear load
- Not linear load (75% Pn, CF=3:1)
Overload capability
(p.f. 0,8)

Inverter
Static bypass

125% Pn for 10, 150% Pn for 1, 200% In for 100ms


150% Pn continuous, 200% Pn for 10, 2000% In for 1 cycle

Short circuit protection


- Inverter current limitation
- Static bypass protection
Output voltage
dynamic stability

0 - 50%
20% - 100%

Efficiency at nominal load

25%
50%
75%
100%

Heat dissipation @nominal load


- kW
Parallel redundant configuration
Automatic static bypass

200% In for 100ms, then 125% In


Inverter stop after 5 seconds (according to EN62040-3)
Fast acting fuse
+/- 5%
With recovery at +/- 1% within 40ms
+/- 5%
With recovery at +/- 2% within 40ms
79
82
84
87
0,60

80
83
85
88

81
83
86
88

82
84
87
89

82
84
87
89

83
86
88
90

83
86
88
90

1,09

1,64

1,98

2,97

3,56

4,44

Active load sharing (CAN-BUS connection)


Up to 4 units
Electronic thyristor switch

Transfer INV BYPASS


< cycle
< 1ms

- Sensing and transfer time


- Commutation time
Retransfer INV BYPASS
- Sensing and transfer time
Manual bypass

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0 seconds (controlled)
Block on mains after 6 commutation in 2 minutes
With electric security and without interruption
(Make Before Break type)

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IMB_E 110Vdc/115Vac - SIZE


(kVA)

10

15

20

30

40

50

ENVIRONMENTAL DATA
Acoustic noise level
(according EN 50091) - dB
EMI
Operating Temperature (C)
Storage Temperature (C)
Relative Humidity (non condens.)
Ventilation
Altitude (mt. above see level)

< 65

< 68

< 70

EN 61000-6-2 /EN 61000-6-4


-10 .. +40
-20 .. +70
< 95% (with tropicalization on request)
Forced (redundant fans on request)
< 2000 ( de-rating According EN62040-3)

MECHANICAL DATA
Protection degree (IEC60529)

IP 20 (other on request)

Painting colour and type


Dimensions (mm)
W
D
H
Weights (Kg)
Input/output cable connection

RAL 7035, 60m (others on request)

Transport
Transport mechanical stress
Installation
Accessibility

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600
800
1000
800
800
800
2100
2100
2100
320
360
400
440
500
550
610
Bottom Side (Top Side on Request)
Base provided: for forklift handling
(for lifting belts and load balancing hooks -on request)
According to EN 62040-1 Restricted
30 cm from ceiling
Air inlet from the front. Air outlet from the top and rear
Front (rear for fans access)

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10.2 IMB_E 110VDC INPUT / 230VAC OUTPUT

IMB_E 110Vdc/230Vac - SIZE


(kVA)

10

15

20

30

40

50

ELECTRICAL DATA
90 160

DC input voltage range (Vdc)

220 230 240 (selectable) +/- 20%

Bypass input voltage (Vac)


Output power @ p.f. 0,8 (kVA)

10

15

20

30

40

50

Output power @ p.f. 1 (kW)

12

16

24

32

40

220 230 240 (selectable) +/- 1%

Output voltage (Vac)

50-60 (selectable) +/- 4% (programmable)

Output frequency (Hz)


Output current @ 230Vac (A)
17
21

- p.f. 1
- p.f. 0,8

34
43

52
65

69
86

104
130

139
173

173
217

Output harmonic distortion (THD)


< 2%
< 5%

- Linear load
- Not linear load (75% Pn, CF=3:1)
Overload capability
(p.f. 0,8)

Inverter
Static bypass

125% Pn for 10, 150% Pn for 1, 200% In for 100ms


150% Pn continuous, 200% Pn for 10, 2000% In for 1 cycle

Short circuit protection


- Inverter current limitation
- Static bypass protection
Output voltage
dynamic stability

0 - 50%
20% - 100%

Efficiency at nominal load

25%
50%
75%
100%

Heat dissipation @nominal load


- kW
Parallel redundant configuration
Automatic static bypass

200% In for 100ms, then 125% In


Inverter stop after 5 seconds (according to EN62040-3)
Fast acting fuse
+/- 5%
With recovery at +/- 1% within 40ms
+/- 5%
With recovery at +/- 2% within 40ms
79
82
84
87
0,60

80
83
85
88

81
83
86
88

82
84
87
89

82
84
87
89

83
86
88
90

83
86
88
90

1,09

1,64

1,98

2,97

3,56

4,44

Active load sharing (CAN-BUS connection)


Up to 4 units
Electronic thyristor switch

Transfer INV BYPASS


< cycle
< 1ms

- Sensing and transfer time


- Commutation time
Retransfer INV BYPASS
- Sensing and transfer time
Manual bypass

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0 seconds (controlled)
Block on mains after 6 commutation in 2 minutes
With electric security and without interruption
(Make Before Break type)

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IMB_E 110Vdc/230Vac - SIZE


(kVA)

10

15

20

30

40

50

ENVIRONMENTAL DATA
Acoustic noise level
(according EN 50091) - dB
EMI
Operating Temperature (C)
Storage Temperature (C)
Relative Humidity (non condens.)
Ventilation
Altitude (mt. above see level)

< 65

< 68

< 70

EN 61000-6-2 /EN 61000-6-4


-10 .. +40
-20 .. +70
< 95% (with tropicalization on request)
Forced (redundant fans on request)
< 2000 ( de-rating According EN62040-3)

MECHANICAL DATA
Protection degree (IEC60529)

IP 20 (other on request)

Painting colour and type


Dimensions (mm)
W
D
H
Weights (Kg)
Input/output cable connection

RAL 7035, 60m (others on request)

Transport
Transport mechanical stress
Installation
Accessibility

Rev.F JSE414630 26/093/11

600
800
1000
800
800
800
2100
2100
2100
320
360
400
440
500
550
610
Bottom Side (Top Side on Request)
Base provided: for forklift handling
(for lifting belts and load balancing hooks -on request)
According to EN 62040-1 Restricted
30 cm from ceiling
Air inlet from the front. Air outlet from the top and rear
Front (rear for fans access)

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10.3 IMB_E 220VDC INPUT / 115VAC OUTPUT

IMB_E 220Vdc/115Vac - SIZE


(kVA)

10

15

20

30

40

50

60

80

100

ELECTRICAL DATA
180 300

DC input voltage range (Vdc)

110 115 120 (selectable) +/- 20%

Bypass input voltage (Vac)


Output power @ p.f. 0,8 (kVA)

10

15

20

30

40

50

60

80

100

Output power @ p.f. 1 (kW)

12

16

24

32

40

48

64

80

556
695

695
869

110 115 120 (selectable) +/- 1%

Output voltage (Vac)

50-60 (selectable) +/- 4% (programmable)

Output frequency (Hz)


Output current @ 115Vac (A)
34
43

- p.f. 1
- p.f. 0,8

69
86

104
130

139
173

208
260

278
347

347
434

417
521

Output harmonic distortion (THD)


< 2%
< 5%

- Linear load
- Not linear load (75% Pn, CF=3:1)
Overload capability
(p.f. 0,8)

125% Pn for 10, 150% Pn for 1, 200% In for 100ms

Inverter
Static bypass

150% Pn continuous, 200% Pn for 10, 2000% In for 1 cycle

Short circuit protection


- Inverter current limitation
- Static bypass protection
Output voltage
dynamic stability

0 - 50%
20% - 100%

Efficiency at nominal load

25%
50%
75%
100%

Heat dissipation @nominal load


- kW
Parallel redundant configuration
Automatic static bypass

200% In for 100ms, then 125% In


Inverter stop after 5 seconds (according to EN62040-3)
Fast acting fuse
+/- 5%
With recovery at +/- 1% within 40ms
+/- 5%
With recovery at +/- 2% within 40ms
82
85
87
90

82
85
87
90

84
86
89
92

84
86
89
92

85
87
90
92

86
88
90
93

86
88
90
93

86
89
91
93

87
89
92
94

87
89
92
94

0,44

0,89

1,04

1,39

2,09

2,41

3,01

3,61

4,09

5,11

Active load sharing (CAN-BUS connection)


Up to 4 units
Electronic thyristor switch

Transfer INV BYPASS


< cycle
< 1ms

- Sensing and transfer time


- Commutation time
Retransfer INV BYPASS
- Sensing and transfer time
Manual bypass

12 of 15

0 seconds (controlled)
Block on mains after 6 commutation in 2 minutes
With electric security and without interruption
(Make Before Break type)

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IMB_E 220Vdc/115Vac - SIZE


(kVA)

10

15

20

30

40

50

60

80

100

ENVIRONMENTAL DATA
Acoustic noise level
(according EN 50091) - dB
EMI
Operating Temperature (C)
Storage Temperature (C)
Relative Humidity (non condens.)
Ventilation
Altitude (mt. above see level)

< 65

< 68

< 70

EN 61000-6-2 /EN 61000-6-4


-10 .. +40
-20 .. +70
< 95% (with tropicalization on request)
Forced (redundant fans on request)
< 2000 ( de-rating According EN62040-3)

MECHANICAL DATA
Protection degree (IEC60529)

IP 20 (other on request)

Painting colour and type


Dimensions (mm)
W
D
H
Weights (Kg)
Input/output cable connection

RAL 7035, 60m (others on request)

Transport
Transport mechanical stress
Installation
Accessibility

Rev.F JSE414630 26/093/11

600
800
1000
1400
800
800
800
800
2100
2100
2100
2100
320 360 400 440 470 500 550 600 730 830
Bottom Side (Top Side on Request)
Base provided: for forklift handling
(for lifting belts and load balancing hooks -on request)
According to EN 62040-1 Restricted
30 cm from ceiling
Air inlet from the front. Air outlet from the top and rear
Front (rear for fans access)

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10.4 IMB_E 220VDC INPUT / 230VAC OUTPUT

IMB_E 220Vdc/230Vac - SIZE


(kVA)

10

15

20

30

40

50

60

80

100

ELECTRICAL DATA
180 300

DC input voltage range (Vdc)

220 230 240 (selectable) +/- 20%

Bypass input voltage (Vac)


Output power @ p.f. 0,8 (kVA)

10

15

20

30

40

50

60

80

100

Output power @ p.f. 1 (kW)

12

16

24

32

40

48

64

80

278
347

347
434

220 230 240 (selectable) +/- 1%

Output voltage (Vac)

50-60 (selectable) +/- 4% (programmable)

Output frequency (Hz)


Output current @ 230Vac (A)
17
21

- p.f. 1
- p.f. 0,8

34
43

52
65

69
86

104
130

139
173

173
217

208
260

Output harmonic distortion (THD)


< 2%
< 5%

- Linear load
- Not linear load (75% Pn, CF=3:1)
Overload capability
(p.f. 0,8)

125% Pn for 10, 150% Pn for 1, 200% In for 100ms

Inverter
Static bypass

150% Pn continuous, 200% Pn for 10, 2000% In for 1 cycle

Short circuit protection


- Inverter current limitation
- Static bypass protection
Output voltage
dynamic stability

0 - 50%
20% - 100%

Efficiency at nominal load

25%
50%
75%
100%

Heat dissipation @nominal load


- kW
Parallel redundant configuration
Automatic static bypass

200% In for 100ms, then 125% In


Inverter stop after 5 seconds (according to EN62040-3)
Fast acting fuse
+/- 5%
With recovery at +/- 1% within 40ms
+/- 5%
With recovery at +/- 2% within 40ms
82
85
87
90

82
85
87
90

84
86
89
92

84
86
89
92

85
87
90
92

86
88
90
93

86
88
90
93

86
89
91
93

87
89
92
94

87
89
92
94

0,44

0,89

1,04

1,39

2,09

2,41

3,01

3,61

4,09

5,11

Active load sharing (CAN-BUS connection)


Up to 4 units
Electronic thyristor switch

Transfer INV BYPASS


< cycle
< 1ms

- Sensing and transfer time


- Commutation time
Retransfer INV BYPASS
- Sensing and transfer time
Manual bypass

14 of 15

0 seconds (controlled)
Block on mains after 6 commutation in 2 minutes
With electric security and without interruption
(Make Before Break type)

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IMB_E 220Vdc/230Vac - SIZE


(kVA)

10

15

20

30

40

50

60

80

100

ENVIRONMENTAL DATA
Acoustic noise level
(according EN 50091) - dB
EMI
Operating Temperature (C)
Storage Temperature (C)
Relative Humidity (non condens.)
Ventilation
Altitude (mt. above see level)

< 65

< 68

< 70

EN 61000-6-2 /EN 61000-6-4


-10 .. +40
-20 .. +70
< 95% (with tropicalization on request)
Forced (redundant fans on request)
< 2000 ( de-rating According EN62040-3)

MECHANICAL DATA
Protection degree (IEC60529)

IP 20 (other on request)

Painting colour and type


Dimensions (mm)
W
D
H
Weights (Kg)
Input/output cable connection

RAL 7035, 60m (others on request)

Transport
Transport mechanical stress
Installation
Accessibility

Rev.F JSE414630 26/093/11

600
800
1000
800
800
800
2100
2100
2100
320 360 400 440 470 500 550 600 700 800
Bottom Side (Top Side on Request)
Base provided: for forklift handling
(for lifting belts and load balancing hooks -on request)
According to EN 62040-1 Restricted
30 cm from ceiling
Air inlet from the front. Air outlet from the top and rear
Front (rear for fans access)

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IMB.e - INVERTER

IMB.E OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE


MANUAL

Index of sections

Code

1 IMB.E GENERAL DESCRIPTION AND INSTALLATION

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2 FRONT PANEL

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3 START-UP & SHUT-DOWN & MANUAL BYPASS

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WARNING
This is a product for restricted sales distribution to informed partners. Installation
restrictions or additional measures may be needed to prevent disturbances.

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Index
CONVENTIONS USED ............................................................................... 3
1.

INTRODUCTION.................................................................................. 4
1.1

1.1.1

General information .................................................................................4

1.1.2

Transport and handling ...........................................................................5

1.1.3

Installation ................................................................................................6

1.1.4

Electrical connection ...............................................................................6

1.1.5

Operation ..................................................................................................7

1.1.6

Storage......................................................................................................7

1.2

2.

Recycling of packing materials...............................................................8

1.2.2

Device disposal ........................................................................................8

GENERAL DESCRIPTION .................................................................. 9


2.1

TYPOLOGY ......................................................................................................9

2.2

PARTS CONSTITUTING THE SYSTEM ..........................................................9

2.3

SYSTEM DESCRIPTION ................................................................................10

2.3.1

Inverter (DC AC).................................................................................10

2.3.2

Static switch (AC / AC) ..........................................................................10

2.3.3

Manual bypass .......................................................................................10

2.3.4

Front panel..............................................................................................10

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OPERATING STATUS....................................................................................11

2.4.1

Normal operation ...................................................................................11

2.4.2

Load supplied by bypass due to inverter fault ....................................11

2.4.3

Manual bypass .......................................................................................11

INSTALLATION................................................................................. 12
3.1

Rev.

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION...................................................................8

1.2.1

2.4

3.

SAFETY RULES ...............................................................................................4

RECEIPT OF THE IMB.E................................................................................12

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POSITIONING ON SITE................................................................................. 12

3.3

ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS ..................................................................... 13

Index of pictures
Pict. 1 Block diagram ................................................................................................................................. 9
Pict. 2 Normal Operation ......................................................................................................................... 11
Pict. 3 Load on Bypass............................................................................................................................ 11
Pict. 4 Manual Bypass ............................................................................................................................. 11

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CONVENTIONS USED
This manual contains basic information regarding the safety, the correct installation
and the operation of Inverter IMB.E.
The following symbols have been used to indicate potential dangers and to highlight
useful information, so as to minimize the risks to persons and property:
WARNING: Indicates characteristics and basic instructions for the safety
of persons and of the device.

NOTE: Indicates characteristics and important instructions for an optimal


operation of the system and for the use of the device.

SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS

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1.

INTRODUCTION

Congratulations on choosing a product from BORRI S.p.A.


The present manual is designed to be a guide to the correct installation and use of
the INVERTER IMB.E.
Please read the whole manual carefully, and the chapter regarding safety in
particular (standard CEI 64-8 and 46-90).

In case the information below is not sufficiently clear, please get in


touch with the manufacturer.
The information contained in this manual will have to be integrated
with the technical monograph, the technical specification and all
technical back-up documentation. In order to verify the updated status of
such documentation please contact our Technical Office.
1.1 SAFETY RULES
1.1.1 General information
The installation of the INVERTER IMB.E must be carried out by
authorized personnel, in compliance with national and local regulations.
Before installing and using the equipment, make sure you have read
and understood all the instructions contained in the present manual.
All transport, installation and start-up operations must be carried out
by qualified and trained personnel.
Do not make any alteration to the device. This could result in damage
to the equipment as well as to persons and property. Service and repairs
must be carried out by authorized personnel. To find your nearest
service centre, contact the manufacturing company.
During operation this device contains live, not insulated or hot parts.
Be very careful. Do not, under any circumstances, remove the
protections.
By qualified and trained person we mean someone skilled in
assembling, installing, starting up and checking the correct operation of
the product, who is qualified to perform his/her job and has entirely read
and understood this manual. Such training and qualification shall be
considered as such, only when certified by the manufacturer.
The manufacturer will not be liable for any damage to persons and
property resulting from errors contained in the present manual, if any.

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1.1.2 Transport and handling
Pay utmost attention while transporting and handling the product. Avoid bending or
deforming the components and altering the insulation distances.
The weight of the inverter is not uniformly distributed. Pay attention
when lifting.
Leave the device on its wooden pallet, up to the final positioning.

Please verify the back-up documentation before handling.


Mechanical damage to the electrical components constitutes a
serious danger to persons and property. In case of doubt regarding the
non-integrity of the package or of the product contained therein, contact
the manufacturer before carrying out the installation and/or the start-up.
Please inspect the device before installing it. In case any damage is noticed from the
conditions of the package and/or from the outside appearance of the equipment, contact
the shipping company or your dealer immediately. Should the product need to be
returned to the manufacturer, please use the original packaging.

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1.1.3 Installation
The product must be placed on a base suitable to carry its weight and to ensure its
vertical position.
Never install the equipment near liquids or in an excessively damp environment.
Never let a liquid or foreign body penetrate inside the device.
Never block the ventilation grates.
Never expose the device to direct sunlight or place it near a source of heat.
The INVERTER IMB.E is designed for normal climatic and environmental operating
conditions as defined in the technical specification: altitude, ambient operating
temperature, relative humidity and ambient transport and storage conditions.
Unusual operating conditions, such as the following, may justify special design or
protection measures:

harmful smoke, dust, abrasive dust.

humidity, vapour, salt air, bad weather or dripping.

explosive dust and gas mixture.

extreme temperature variations.

bad ventilation.

conductive or radiant heat from other sources.

strong electromagnetic fields.

radioactive levels higher than those of the natural environment.

fungus, insects, vermin, etc.


1.1.4 Electrical connection
The electrical connections are part of the installation and must be carried out by
specialized personnel, following the indication of the Technical Monograph.

The IMB.E manufacturer is not responsible of the electrical


connection.

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1.1.5 Operation
The systems to which the inverters belong must comply with all the current safety
standards (technical equipment and accident-prevention regulations).
The settings can only be changed using the original interface software.
The IMB.E (Standard Single Phase Inverter) is connected between the user's
equipment (the load) and two different input:

The DC input (to supply the inverter).


The AC input (to supply the load in emergency conditions).
During the operation, all the doors and the covers must remain
closed.

It is strongly recommended to use protective gloves due to the high


temperatures that may be reached during the operation.

1.1.6 Storage
If the product is stored prior to installation, it should remain stored in its original
package, in vertical position (as indicated on the packaging), covered with a packaging
to protect it from dust, in a dry place with a temperature ranging from -10C to +45C.

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1.2 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

1.2.1 Recycling of packing materials


Packing materials must be recycled or disposed of in compliance with applicable
local and national laws and regulations.
1.2.2 Device disposal
At the end of their product life, the materials composing the device must be recycled
or disposed of in compliance with the current local and national laws and regulations.

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2.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

The inverter IMB.E uses IGBT technology with a frequency commutation of approx. 8
KHz. The components used assure high reliability, very high efficiency and easy
maintenance.
2.1 TYPOLOGY
The IMB.E (Standard Single Phase Inverter) is connected between the user's
equipment (the load) and two different input:

The DC input (to supply the inverter).


The AC input (to supply the load in emergency conditions).

The inverter supplies clean continuous power and guarantees the voltage and
frequency will be stabilised at the nominal value, independently from the mains status.
Thanks to the conversion DC/AC, it makes the load completely immune from microinterruptions due to excessive mains variation, and prevents damage to the critical load
(Computer - Instrumentation - Scientific equipment etc.).
The line connected to the IMB.E is energized even during mains
failure. Therefore in compliance with the prescriptions of EN 50091-1,
the installer will have to identify the line or the plugs supplied by the
IMB.E making the User aware of this fact.

Pict. 1 Block diagram

2.2 PARTS CONSTITUTING THE SYSTEM


The IMB.E standard delivery kit includes:

Inverter.
Static switch.
Manual bypass.
Manual precharging system.
Front panel.
RS232 and RS485 port.
ARC card.
EPO Terminals.

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2.3 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
2.3.1 Inverter (DC AC)
The inverter converts the continuous voltage coming from the rectifier or from the
battery into alternating voltage, stabilised in amplitude and frequency, using IGBT
technology with a frequency commutation of approx. 8 KHz.
The control electronics is completely digital and uses a 16 Bit P, that, thanks to its
processing capability, generate an excellent output sinewave, which has a very low
distortion, even in presence of high crest factor output current.
2.3.2 Static switch (AC / AC)
The static switch switches the load between INVERTER and MAINS and viceversa,
without break and utilises SCR's as power commutation elements.
During normal IMB.E operation, SB is open and SSI is closed for connecting the load
to the inverter. During overload or inverter failure conditions, the SSI is open and the SB
is closed, providing power supply from a backup source (mains, output of another IMB.E
system, diesel generator set etc.).
2.3.3 Manual bypass
The Manual Bypass supplies the load directly to the mains in case of maintenance or
of serious failure. The bypass consists essentially of the circuit breaker MBCB .
To put the IMB.E in the manual bypass status is required to follow instructions of the
Manual bypass procedure.
In the case of closing of the MBCB by mistake, to prevent the parallel connection
between the bypass and the inverter, MBCB is electronically interconnected with the
static switch inverter (SSI). Thus, during the switching of MBCB, the static switch on the
by-pass will be closed and the static switch of the inverter will be opened automatically.
The restart of the IMB.E after maintenance is controlled by the MicroProcessor which
guides the operator in order to prevent errors.
2.3.4 Front panel
The front panel of the IMB.E, consisting of a 2 lines alphanumeric displays plus 5
function keys, allows the complete monitoring of the IMB.E status.
The mimic flow helps to comprehend the operating status of the IMB.E.
For more informations see the chapter FRONT PANEL.

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2.4 OPERATING STATUS
2.4.1 Normal operation

Pict. 2 Normal Operation

2.4.2 Load supplied by bypass due to inverter fault

Pict. 3 Load on Bypass

2.4.3 Manual bypass

Pict. 4 Manual Bypass

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3.

INSTALLATION

The installation of Inverter IMB.E must be carried out professionally by qualified


personnel, in compliance with the States regulations. With regard to safety
recommendations, please refer to Chapter 1 of the present manual.
3.1 RECEIPT OF THE IMB.E
Please inspect the device before installing it. In case any damage is noticed from the
conditions of the package and/or from the outside appearance of the equipment, contact
the shipping company or your dealer immediately. Should the product need to be
returned to the manufacturer, please use the original package.
Mechanical damage to the electrical components constitutes a
serious danger to persons and property. In case of doubt regarding the
non-integrity of the package or of the product contained therein, contact
the manufacturer before carrying out the installation and/or the start-up.
3.2 POSITIONING ON SITE
The Inverter IMB.E is designed for normal climatic and environmental operating
conditions as defined in the technical specification: altitude, ambient operating
temperature, relative humidity and ambient transport and storage conditions.
The product must be placed on a base suitable to carry its weight and to ensure its
vertical position.
Before final positioning, remove the IMB.E from its palled removing the fixing bolts.
The IMB.E can be lifted and moved by means of a forklift or by eyebolts.
Unless other given indications contained in the Technical Monograph, below we are
suggesting the distances to be observed:

Minimum distance from the rear wall:


Minimum distance from the top:
Minimum distance from the front wall:

x = 50 mm.
y = 500 mm.
d = 1000 mm.

Please verify the back-up documentation before handling.


Before installing the unit, make sure the room used is designed in
compliance with the provisions of the law of the country of installation.
However we recommend to perform a careful inspection of this room in
order to check its compliance with such requirements and with those
indicated in the Technical Specification about temperature and air
change.
If the technical specification provides of a IP protection degree higher
than IP20, the installer will have to ensure that the environment is
compatible with the requested protection degree.

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3.3 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
The electrical connections are part of the installation and must be carried out by
specialized personnel, following the indication of the Technical Monograph and the
regulations of the country of installation.
The connection to the mains has to be carried out by interposing
protections fuses between the mains and the IMB.E.
The use of residual protection devices in the mains supply line of the
IMB.E is not recommended; the current dispersion to the ground, due to
the RFI filters is quite high and can cause undesired protection
interventions.
In compliance with the EN50091-1 standards , differential devices
with settable intervention threshold can be used, in order to keep into
consideration the current dispersion of the IMB.E.
During the electrical installations take special care to respect the
sequence of the input phases.

The IMB.E manufacturer is not responsible of the electrical


connection.

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IMB.E Front panel

IMB.E FRONT PANEL

Index
1.

INTRODUCTION.................................................................................. 3

2.

DESCRIPTION..................................................................................... 4
2.2

3.

LCD DISPLAY MANAGEMENT .......................................................... 7


3.1

MAIN WINDOW ................................................................................................7

3.2

MAIN MENU .....................................................................................................7

3.3

MEASURES MENU ..........................................................................................8

3.3.1

Output .......................................................................................................9

3.3.2

Bypass ......................................................................................................9

3.3.3

Inverter ....................................................................................................10

3.3.4

DC............................................................................................................10

3.4

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D

ALARMS MENU .............................................................................................11

3.4.1

Inverter Status ........................................................................................11

3.4.2

History.....................................................................................................12

3.4.3

List of alarms and status .......................................................................13

3.5

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ALARMS AND OPERATING STATUS.............................................................5

SPECIAL MENU .............................................................................................14

3.5.1

Reset .......................................................................................................15

3.5.2

Settings ...................................................................................................15

3.5.3

Test Inv ...................................................................................................15

3.5.4

Reset history ..........................................................................................15

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Index of pictures
Picture 1 - Front panel .................................................................................................................................. 3

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1.

INTRODUCTION

The front panel of the inverter, consisting of a double row alphanumeric display plus
5 function keys, allows the complete monitoring of the inverter.
The mimic flow helps to understand the operating status of the inverter.

2
7

ALARM/STATUS 1

10

ALARM/STATUS 2

11

ALARM/STATUS 3

12

ALARM/STATUS 4

13

ALARM/STATUS 5

14

ALARM/STATUS 6

15

ALARM/STATUS 7

16

ALARM/STATUS 8

17

ALARM/STATUS 9

18

ALARM/STATUS 10

4
6
5

EPO

ENT

UP

DOWN

ENTER

R
BUZ. OFF

RESET

LED
TEST

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2.

DESCRIPTION

MIMIC DESCRIPTION
Picture1 shows the mimic present on the display. Also the led's and blocks that
comprise the IMB.E are clearly identified.
LED 1

Lit-up green = DC voltage present.


Otherwise off.

LED 2

Lit-up green = Emergency line present.


Otherwise off.

LED 3

Lit-up green = DC voltage in tolerance.


Lit-up red = DC voltage out of tolerance.

LED 4

Lit-up green = Inverter static switch closed.


Green flashing = There is one of the following alarms
active: A13, A14, A20, A21 or A24
Otherwise off.

LED 5

Lit-up orange = Emergency line static switch closed.


Otherwise off.

LED 6

Lit-up green = Voltage present on the load.


Lit-up orange = OCB circuit breaker open.
Otherwise off.

LED 7

Lit-up orange = Manual by-pass closed.


Otherwise off.

LED 8

Lit-up red = EPO (Emergency Power Off) activated.


Otherwise off.

The meanings of Leds from 9 to 18 are depending from applications and are written
beside the leds.

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2.2 ALARMS AND OPERATING STATUS
The alphanumeric display offers a complete diagnostic of the system by showing 16
alarms and 5 operating status descriptions.
Each alarm is associated to a code that allows it to be stored in the events history.
A4

THERMAL IMAGE

= Load transferred to mains due to overload. After 30


the load is transferred back to inverter.

A5

DC LINE FAULT

= DC voltage out of tolerance.

Possible causes: 1) DC input voltage too high/low


2) Distribution problems upstream of the IMB.E

A13 INVERTER OUT TOL

= Inverter output voltage out of tolerance

Possible causes: 1) Intervention of the inverter current limitation for


excessive load (more than 200%)
2) Inverter failure

A14 OVERLOAD

= Inverter overload (load exceeding 100%). The


thermal image protection is started.

A15 BYPASS FAULT

= Emergency mains not available

Possible causes: 1)
2)
3)
4)

A16 BYPASS FEED LOAD

Emergency mains failure


Distribution problems upstream of the IMB.E
SBCB open
Wrong input phase rotation

= Load fed by bypass

Possible causes: 1) Inverter overload


2) Thermal image intervention
3) Forced commutation due to the bypass switch
operation
4) Inverter failure
A17 RETRANSFER BLOCK = Re-transfer between bypass and inverter blocked,
load on bypass.
It is possible, after having verified that the load is
correct, to reset the IMB.E, and switch back the load
to the inverter (see menu SPECIAL).
Possible causes: 1) Excessive repeated overloads on inverter
A18 MANUAL BYP CLOSE
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Manual bypass breaker closed (the inverter is


shutdown if OCB is close).
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A19 OCB OPEN

= IMB.E output breaker open.

A20 FANS FAILURE

= One or more fans failure.

A21 HIGH TEMPERATURE

= High temperature on the inverter

Possible causes: 1) Excessive load


2) Failure or malfunctioning of the cooling system
3) Wrong positioning of the IMB.E (distance from walls,
altitude)

A22 BYPASS SWITCH

= Closure of the commutation switch which forces the


load to bypass (maintenance).

A23 EPO PRESSED

= Intervention of the emergency power off switch


according to the EN50091-1.

A24 CURRENT STOP

= Inverter bridge stop for max current.


This state can be reset by means of a push-button
on the P board.

Possible causes: 1) Problems on the load


2) Distribution problems downstream of the IMB.E

A25 SHORT CIRCUIT

= Intervention of the short circuit protection (current


exceeding 200%).

Possible causes: 1) Problems on the load


2) Distribution problems downstream of the IMB.E

A26 SBCB OPEN

= IMB.e emergency line breaker open.

A27 ELCB OPEN (Option)

= ELCB open.

A28 OUT OVERVOLTAGE

= Output voltage over a maximum threshold

Possible causes: 1) Inverter failure

A29 OUT UNDERVOLTAGE = Output voltage under a minimum threshold


Possible causes: 1) Intervention of the inverter current limitation for
excessive load (more than 200%)
2) Inverter failure
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3.

LCD DISPLAY MANAGEMENT

3.1 MAIN WINDOW


<NOME> xxx KVA
Vout = XXX Volt

The main screen appears on the LCD panel when the inverter is in normal operation
(with no alarm present); it shows the device name and the values of the nominal power
and output voltages.
The navigation is accessed by pressing one button and it allows to access all the
panel functions.
After 5 during which no key is pressed and if there isnt any alarm on the system and
the battery is not in discharging mode, the default screen is shown again automatically.
3.2 MAIN MENU
The screen of the main menu appears as follows:
<NAME> xxx KVA
MEASURES

MEASURES menu. It is accessed


pressing the key
(see 3.3),
pressing the keys
or
the
other menu are scrolled down.

<NAME> xxx KVA


ALARMS

ALARMS menu. It is accessed


(see 3.4),
pressing the key
or
the
pressing the keys
other menu are scrolled down.

<NAME> xxx KVA


SPECIAL

SPECIAL menu. It is accessed


(see 3.5),
pressing the key
pressing the keys
or
the
other menu are scrolled down.

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3.3 MEASURES MENU
The following pictures shows the structure of the MEASURES menu.

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<NAME> xxx KVA


OUTPUT

OUTPUT measures It is accessed


pressing the key
(see 3.3.1).
Pressing the keys
or
the
other sub-menus are scrolled
down.

<NAME> xxx KVA


BYPASS

BYPASS measures. It is
accessed pressing the key
(see 3.3.2). Pressing the keys
or
the other sub-menus are
scrolled down.

<NAME> xxx KVA


INVERTER

INVERTER measures. It is
accessed pressing the key
(see 3.3.3). Pressing the keys
or
the other sub-menus are
scrolled down.

<NAME> xxx KVA


DC

DC measures. It is accessed
(see 3.3.4).
pressing the key
Pressing the keys
or
the
other sub-menus are scrolled
down.

<NAME> xxx KVA


EXIT

Pressing the key


the main
menu screen is shown again,
or
the
pressing the keys
other sub-menus are scrolled
down

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3.3.1 Output
<NAME> xxx KVA
OUT VOLT:XXX Volt

<NAME> xxx KVA


OUT FREQ:XX Hertz

<NAME> xxx KVA


OUT CURR:XXX Ampere

<NAME> xxx KVA


LOAD %: XXX

<NAME> xxx KVA


EXIT

Pressing the key


the following
parameter is shown, while the key
leads to the previous screen.

Pressing the key


the following
parameter is shown, while the key
leads to the previous screen.

Pressing the key


the following
parameter is shown, while the key
leads to the previous screen.

Pressing the key


the following
parameter is shown, while the key
leads to the previous screen.

Pressing the key


leads to the
MEASURES menu screen (see
3.3); pressing the keys
or
the measures are shown again.

3.3.2 Bypass
<NAME> xxx KVA
BYP VOLT:XXX Volt

<NAME> xxx KVA


BYP FREQ:XX Hertz

<NAME> xxx KVA


EXIT

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Pressing the key


the following
parameter is shown, while the key
leads to the previous screen.

Pressing the key


the following
parameter is shown, while the key
leads to the previous screen.

Pressing the key


leads to the
MEASURES menu screen (see
3.3); pressing the keys
or
the measures are shown again.

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3.3.3 Inverter
<NAME> xxx KVA
INV VOLT:XXX Volt

<NAME> xxx KVA


INV FREQ:XX Hertz

<NAME> xxx KVA


EXIT

Pressing the key


the following
parameter is shown, while the key
leads to the previous screen.

Pressing the key


the following
parameter is shown, while the key
leads to the previous screen.

Pressing the key


leads to the
MEASURES menu screen (see
3.3); pressing the keys
or
the measures are shown again.

3.3.4 DC

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DC OUT VOLT:
XXX Vdc

Pressing the key


the following
parameter is shown, while the key
leads to the previous screen.

<NAME> xxx KVA


EXIT

Pressing the key


leads to the
MEASURES menu screen (see
0); pressing the keys
or
the
measures are shown again.

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3.4 ALARMS MENU
The ALARMS menu allows to display the device status and to access the event log.
Whenever an alarm occurs, the display shows the alarm menu automatically, as well
as the first alarm detected. The audible alarm can be silenced pressing the key . Only
after the buzzer suppression we can exit from alarms screen.
The following figure describes the structure:
<NAME> xxx KVA
INV STATUS

INV STSTUS. We can accede to


this menu pressing the key
(see 3.4.1), pressing the keys
or
the other sub-menus are
scrolled down.

<NAME> xxx KVA


HISTORY

HISTORY. We can accede to this


(see
menu pressing the key
3.4.2), pressing the keys
or
the other sub-menus are scrolled
down.

<NAME> xxx KVA


EXIT

Pressing the key


the main
menu screen is shown again,
pressing the keys
or
the
other sub-menus are scrolled
down.

3.4.1 Inverter Status


Inv STATUS
1st alarm/status

INV STATUS
Last alarm/status

INV STATUS
EXIT

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Pressing the key


the following
alarm is shown, while the key
leads to the previous alarm.

Pressing the key


the following
alarm is shown, while the key
leads to the previous alarm.
Pressing the key
leads to the
ALARMS menu screen again (see
3.4). Pressing the key
the
following alarm is shown, while
the key
leads to the previous
alarm.

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3.4.2 History
RETURN TO EXIT HIST
1st alarm/status

Pressing the key


the last alarm
is shown again, while the key
leads to the following alarm.
Pressing the key
returns you
to the ALARMS menu screen
(see 3.4).

RETURN TO EXIT HIST


Last alarm/status

Pressing the key


the last alarm
is shown again, while the key
leads to the following alarm.
Pressing the key
returns you
to the ALARMS menu screen
(see 3.4).

The first alarm shown on the history is the most recent one in order of time; a new
alarm makes all the other alarms automatically shift one position, clearing the oldest
event.
For each event the alarm code and the date and time are shown. An asterisk next to
the code indicates that the alarm has cleared and disappeared on the date and time
indicated. The following example shows two possible screens.

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RETURN TO EXIT HIST


A5
251208
1848

Alarm A5 (Dc FAULT) on


25/12/01 at 18:48.

RETURN TO EXIT HIST


A5 * 251201
2012

Reset of alarm A5 (Dc FAULT) on


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3.4.3 List of alarms and status
List of alarms

List of status

A4
A5
A13
A14

THERMAL IMAGE
DC LINE FAULT
INVERTER OUT TOL
OVERLOAD

S1
S3
S4
S5

DC OK
INVERTER OK
INVER FEED LOAD
INVERTER SYNCRON

A15
A16
A17

BYP FAULT
BYP FEED LOAD
RETRANSFER BLOCK

S6
S8

BYPASS OK
INVERTER ON

A18
A19
A20
A21
A22
A23
A24
A25

MANUAL BYP CLOSE


OCB OPEN
FANS FAILURE
HIGH TEMPERATURE
BYPASS SWITCH
EPO PRESSED
CURRENT STOP
SHORT CIRCUIT

A26
A27
A28
A29

SBCB OPEN
ELCB OPEN (Option)
OUTPUT OVERVOLTAGE
OUTPUT UNDERVOLTAGE

The statuses are always displayed in ascending order when the ALARMS menu is
entered. The alarms are shown when they are present and must be silenced with the
buzzer. The alarms remain displayed while they are present and they are automatically
stored in the event log with date and time.

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3.5 SPECIAL MENU

Actions can be carried out from this menu that require qualified
personnel. As a consequence, a password must be entered to access
this menu. A confirmation is required for each operation performed.
PASSWORD
000

SPECIAL MENU
RESET

RESET. It is accessed pressing


the key
(see 3.5.1). Pressing
the keys
or
the other submenus are scrolled down.

SPECIAL MENU
SETTINGS

SETTINGS. It is accessed
pressing the key
(see 3.5.2).
Pressing the keys
or
the
other sub-menus are scrolled
down.

SPECIAL MENU
INV TEST

INV TEST. It is accessed


pressing the key
(see 3.5.3).
Pressing the keys
or
the
other sub-menus are scrolled
down.

SPECIAL MENU
RESET HISTORY

RESET HISTORY. It is accessed


(see 3.5.4).
pressing the key
Pressing the keys
or
the
other sub-menus are scrolled
down.

SPECIAL MENU
EXIT

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Password entering; if wrong the


main menu screen is shown (see
3.1).

Pressing the key


the main
menu screen is shown again,
pressing the keys
or
the
other sub-menus are scrolled
down.

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3.5.1 Reset
This menu allows to perform a general reset of the device.
PRESS RESET
TO RESET INV

This menus provides a general


reset of the IMB.E status pressing
the key
. Pressing another
key exit the menu.

3.5.2 Settings
This menu allows to update time settings for the history of alarms.
CLOCK SETTINGS
25-12-01
18:48

The numbers can be modified


with the key
or
and they are
.
confirmed by pressing
Pressing the key
leads to
the special menu (see 3.5).

3.5.3 Test Inv


This menu allows the commutation to bypass for test.
PRESS RESET
FOR COMMUTATION

Pressing the key


the
conditions for the inverter to feed
the load are cleared.

The system commutate to bypass, until the condition are re-established.


3.5.4 Reset history
This menu allows to reset the event log of the device.
PRESS RESET
TO CLEAR HISTORY

Pressing the key


history is cleared.

the alarms

This operation causes the cancellation of the events history memory.

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BYPASS

Index
1.

INTRODUCTION.................................................................................. 2

2.

START-UP PROCDURE ..................................................................... 3


2.1

INVERTER START-UP .....................................................................................3

2.2

START-UP BASIC TROUBLESHOOTING.......................................................4

3.

SHUT-DOWN PROCEDURE............................................................... 5

4.

MANUAL BYPASS PROCEDURE...................................................... 5

5.

START-UP FROM MANUAL BYPASS ............................................... 6

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B

Descrizione
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First Issue
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Data
Date

Emesso
Issued

Controllato
Checked

Approvato
Approved

28.08.06
20.01.10
16.03.11

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1.

INTRODUCTION

Before carrying out any manoeuvre on the equipment, make sure you have
completely read and understood the instructions described in the following chapters.
The incorrect execution of manoeuvres may cause damage to
persons and property. Be very careful.

In case the information below is not sufficiently clear, please get in


touch with the manufacturer.

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START-UP PROCDURE
Before switching on the Inverter, make sure that the emergency
power off EPO push-button, placed (if present) near the front panel, is
in the release position; if not, press it and proceed with the start-up
procedure. The emergency remote power off contact made the terminals
XEAC1 XEAC2 shorted.

2.1 INVERTER START-UP


Nr.

LCD DISPLAYING

BLANK

START UP
WAIT PLEASE

START UP
WAIT PLEASE

3a1

INVERTER START UP
SWITCH ON INV. SELEC.

INVERTER START UP
WAIT PLEASE

5
6

BYPASS START UP
CLOSE QIRA
BYPASS START UP
CLOSE SBCB (BYPASS)

BYPASS START UP
WAIT PLEASE

START UP END
CLOSE OCB (OUTPUT)

START UP END
WAIT PLEASE

End

MENU DEFAULT

ACTION

INVERTER OPERATION

A few seconds after the closing of S1, the


Close S1 until control logic will be started and the front
the display is panel will be activated. The DC voltage
supplied
increases.
The DC voltage reach the nominal value.
Keep close S1 Some preliminary checks and the test of the
and close ICB LEDs are performed during this phase.
LEDs #1 and #3 are lit green.
Release S1
Move On/Off
The inverter IGBT bridge is enabled to
Inverter
modulate.
Selector
The inverter IGBT bridge starts to modulate
and the inverter output voltage reaches the
nominal value. After a while the inverter
static switch thyristors close. LED #4 is lit
green.
Close QIRA
Close SBCB
The microprocessor checks that all the bypass parameters (voltage, phase sequence,
frequency) are within the tolerance limits.
LED #2 is lit green.
Close OCB
The microprocessor checks that all the
output parameters (voltage, current,
frequency) are within the tolerance limits.
LED #6 is lit green.

Point 3a will be automatically skipped if the manual On/off inverter option is not required.

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2.2 START-UP BASIC TROUBLESHOOTING
This chapter provides the basic information if any alarms occur during the start-up
procedure:
1) After closing S1 the LCD display is still blank
Check if the input DC voltage is present.
2) After the step #3 the unit shows alarms messages
Check the EPO push-button (if provided outside the unit) is in the release
position.
If the EPO push-button is not provided check the terminals XEac1-XEac2
are shorted.
3) After the step #6 the unit doesnt switch to step #7 and shows the alarm A15
Bypass fault
Check the static switch protection fuses: Normally they are inside the unit.
4) After the step #7 the unit shows the alarm A15 Bypass fault
Check the bypass voltage and frequency are within the tolerance limits.

In case the problem cannot be solved contact the service department.

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SHUT-DOWN PROCEDURE

No.

ACTION

LCD DISPLAYNG

Open OCB

INVERTER STATUS
A19 OCB OPEN

The supply to the load is interrupted. LED


#6 lit orange

Open SBCB

INVERTER STATUS
A15 BYPASS FAULT

The by-pass line is disconnected. LED #2


off.

2a2

Open On/Off
Inverter
Switch

INVERTER STATUS
A13 INVERTER OUT TOL

Open ICB

4.

INVERTER OPERATION

The inverter are switched off


The inverter are switched off.

BLANK

Shut-down procedure end.

MANUAL BYPASS PROCEDURE


During manual bypass operation the load is supplied directly by the
mains, therefore continuous supply is not guaranteed.

No.

ACTION

DISPLAY LCD

Move the
NORMALBYPASS switch on
BYPASS

INVERTER STATUS
A16 BYPLOAD

1a2

Open On/Off
Inverter Switch

INVERTER STATUS
A13 INVERTER OUT TOL

Open ICB

BLANK

The inverter Shut Down

The load is transferred to the bypass static switch. LED #4 off, LED
#5 lit orange.
The inverter are switched off

Close MBCB

BLANK

The load is supplied by the mains


through the manual by-pass circuit
breaker. The by-pass static switch is
still closed.

Open SBCB

BLANK

The by-pass line is disconnected.

BLANK

The load is now supplied directly by


the mains through the manual bypass circuit breaker. The inverter is
isolated.

INVERTER OPERATION

Open OCB

Points 1a and 2a will be automatically skipped if the manual On/off inverter option is not required

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START-UP FROM MANUAL BYPASS

Before the start-up from manual by-pass (after a maintenance or


repairing) check that the NORMAL-BYPASS switch is in BYPASS
position.
No.

DISPLAY LCD

BLANK

START UP
WAIT PLEASE

3
4

BYPASS START UP
CLOSE QIRA
BYPASS START UP
CLOSE SBCB (BYPASS)

ACTION

Close S1 until
The control logic is supplied and the DC
the display is
voltage increases
supplied
The DC voltage reach the nominal value.
Some preliminary checks and the test of the
Keep close S1 LEDs are performed during this phase.
and close ICB
LEDs #1 and #3 are lit green. LED #7 is lit
orange.
Close QIRA
Close SBCB

BYPASS START UP
WAIT PLEASE

CLOSE OCB (OUTPUT)


WAIT PLEASE

Close OCB

OPEN MBCB (MAN BYP)


WAIT PLEASE

Open MBCB

7a3

INVERTER START UP
SWITCH ON INV. SELEC.

INVERTER START UP
WAIT PLEASE

MOVE BYP SWITCH


WAIT PLEASE

INVERTER OPERATION

The microprocessor checks that all the bypass parameters (voltage, phase sequence,
frequency) are within the tolerance limits.
LED #2 is lit green. The by-pass static
switch is closed, LED #5 is lit orange.
The load is supplied by the by-pass static
switch. The breaker MBCB is still closed.
LED #6 is lit green.
The load is now supplied by the by-pass
static switch only and the inverter can be
started-up. LED #7 off.

Move On/Off
The inverter IGBT bridge is enabled to
Inverter
modulate
Selector
The inverter IGBT bridge starts to modulate
and the inverter output voltage reaches the
nominal value. The microprocessor checks
the synchronisation with the by-pass line.
Move the
NORMALThe load is transferred to the inverter static
BYPASS
switch. LED #4 is lit green. LED #5 off.
switch on
NORMAL

Point 6a will be automatically skipped if the manual On/off inverter option is not required.

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START UP END
WAIT PLEASE

End

MENU DEFAULT

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The microprocessor checks that all the


output parameters (voltage, current,
frequency) are within the tolerance limits.

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Index
1. INTRODUCTION.................................................................................. 3
2. VISUAL CHECK .................................................................................. 3
3. SWITCH CONFIGURATION AND PRELIMINARY CONTROL .......... 4
4. ZERO MEASUREMENT CALIBRATION CHECK .............................. 8
5. CONFIGURATION OF COMMAND PARAMETERS........................... 9
6. VDC MEASUREMENT SETTING ...................................................... 11
7. INVERTER START-UP ...................................................................... 12
8. STATIC BYPASS CALIBRATION..................................................... 16
9. INVERTER IN AUTOMATIC MODE - FINAL TEST .......................... 18
10. LOAD TESTS AND CURRENT MEASUREMENT SETTING ......... 19
11. INVERTER PERSONALIZATION .................................................... 21
12. FINAL TESTS .................................................................................. 22
12.1

SWITCHING TO MANUAL BY-PASS ......................................................... 22

12.2

RETURN FROM MANUAL BY-PASS ......................................................... 22

12.3

SIGNAL CHECK VIA ARC OR INT5-ARC BOARD.................................... 23

12.4

CONFIGURABLE LED CONTROL ............................................................. 24

12.5

BURN-IN AND COOL-DOWN ..................................................................... 24

APPENDIX A: ROTARY CONFIGURATION ............................................ 25


A.1 CONFIGURATION 1 WITHOUT SBCB .............................................................. 25
A.2 CONFIGURATION 1 WITH SBCB ..................................................................... 25
A.3 CONFIGURATION 2 SINGLE: ........................................................................... 26
A.4 CONFIGURATION 2 PARALLEL: ..................................................................... 26

Rev.

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D
E
F

Descrizione
Description

Revision JSE413994
Revision JSE414417
Revision JSE414630
Revision JSE416117

Data
Date

Emesso
Issued

Controllato
Checked

Approvato
Approved

16.03.11
22.07.11
26.09.11
24.09.12

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Index of pictures
Table 1 DSW 1 .......................................................................................................................................... 4
Table 2 DSW 2 .......................................................................................................................................... 4
Picture 1 Wave shape I/S Control Logic board ....................................................................................... 12
Picture 2 Wave shape IGBT .................................................................................................................... 13

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1.

INTRODUCTION

The scope of this procedure is to guide the technical personnel through the correct
final testing procedure of the equipment.
ATTENTION
The present document refers to the same Firmware version (E2PROMs) as I183STD
or to a later version, usually I183xxxx, and to the use of the Testing Software InverterTest V 12.0 Test Department or later one.

2.

VISUAL CHECK
1)

Check the wiring connections.

2)

Ensure that all the cables and connectors are identified by the code or by
relevant number, in compliance with the electrical drawing.

3)

Check that the sections regarding the cables or the power bars are those
indicated in the relevant wiring table.

4)

Carry out the insulation test in accordance with procedure JUD410372.

5)

Check the correct position of the identification plates regarding:


breakers, Input - Output and Serial Ports.

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3.

SWITCH CONFIGURATION AND PRELIMINARY CONTROL


1)

Configure DSW1 and DSW2 based on the following tables:


Dip no.
1
2
3
4
5
4
5
4
5
4
5
6
7
8

Status
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
On
On
Off
On
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On

Description
Single Unit
Parallel
Frequency 50Hz
Frequency 60Hz
Single/Parallel
Hot Standby
Vout Nominal
220V (110V)
Vout Nominal
208V (127V)
Vout Nominal
230V (115V)
Vout Nominal
240V (120V)
Test
Normal
Buzzer disabled
Buzzer enabled
Three phase output
Single phase output

Table 1 DSW 1
Dip n.
1
3
4
5
6
7
8
7
8
7
8
7
8

Status
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On
Off
On
On

Description
ON/OFF inverter by external switch
ON/OFF inverter automatic
INT-5 ARC interface
Single ARC board
Output range: 110-115-120-127 Vac
Output range: 208-220-230-240 Vac
Rotary switch installed
Rotary switch NOT installed
AC-UPS LCD panel
Standard LCD panel
Rotary configuration 1 without SBCB
Rotary configuration 1 with SBCB
Rotary configuration 2 single
Rotary configuration 2 parallel

Table 2 DSW 2

For more details about the rotary-sw configurations see APPENDIX A.


2)

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Make sure the delta resistance on the I/S-Control Logic is:


R66 = 6k81+6k81
for the switching frequency 4 kHz.
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3)

The feed-back resistor for the short-circuit protection and the current stop
resistances are properly combined via jumpers J9, J10 and J100 (coffee-bean)
based on the following tables. The following table is valid for IMB.e systems:
JUMPERS

K
LEM

Resistor
on I/S-CL

Special
resistors on
ISCL

J9 (R40)

J10 (R39)

J100 (R18)

1x100A

2000:1

22+47

Closed

Open

Open

300A

1x300A

2000:1

33

Open

Closed

Closed

110

400A

2x300A

2000:1

33

Open

Closed

Closed

20

110

600A

2x500A

5000:1

39

Mount 39ohm2W on R39

Closed

Open

Closed

30

110

600A

2x500A

5000:1

39

Mount 39ohm2W on R39

Closed

Open

Closed

40

110

2x600A

2x1000A

5000:1

27

Mount 27ohm2W on R39

Closed

Open

Closed

50

110

2x600A

2x1000A

5000:1

27

Mount 27ohm2W on R39

Closed

Open

Closed

UPS
[kVA]

VDCNOM

I rated
IGBT

TA Hall

K
LEM

Resistor
on I/S-CL

Special
resistors on
ISCL

J9 (R40)

J10 (R39)

J100 (R18)

Open

Closed

Open

UPS
[kVA]

VDCNOM

I rated
IGBT

TA Hall

110

150A

10

110

15

JUMPERS

220

75A

1x100A

2000:1

100+33

Mount
100ohm-2W
on R18

10

220

150A

1x100A

2000:1

22+47

Closed

Open

Open

15

220

200A

1x300A

2000:1

22+33

Open

Closed

Open

20

220

300A

1x300A

2000:1

33

Open

Closed

Closed

30

220

400A

2x300A

2000:1

33

Open

Closed

Closed

40

220

600A

2x500A

5000:1

47

Closed

Open

Closed

50

220

600A

2x500A

5000:1

39

Mount 39ohm2W on R39

Closed

Open

Closed

60

220

600A

2x500A

5000:1

39

Mount 39ohm2W on R39

Closed

Open

Closed

80

220

2x600A

2x1000A

5000:1

27

Mount 27ohm2W on R39

Closed

Open

Closed

100

220

2x600A

2x1000A

5000:1

27

Mount 27ohm2W on R39

Closed

Open

Closed

Default values for resistors R18, R39 and R40 are:


R18 (J100) = 22R-2W; R39 (J10) = 47R-2W; R40 (J9) = 33R-2W

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Hereunder find the table valid for ITB configuration:
UPS
[kVA]

VDCNOM

I rated
IGBT

TA Hall

K
LEM

JUMPERS

Resistor
on I/S-CL

Special
resistors on
ISCL

J9 (R40)

J10 (R39)

J100 (R18)

Aperto

Chiuso

Aperto

110

75A

1x100A

2000:1

100+33

Mount
100ohm-2W
on R18

10

110

150A

1x300A

2000:1

22+47

Chiuso

Aperto

Aperto

15

110

200A

2x300A

2000:1

22+33

Aperto

Chiuso

Aperto

20

110

300A

2x500A

2000:1

33

Aperto

Chiuso

Chiuso

30

110

400A

2x500A

5000:1

22+47

Chiuso

Aperto

Aperto

40

110

600A

2x1000A

5000:1

22+33

Aperto

Chiuso

Aperto

50

110

600A

2x1000A

5000:1

39

Mount 39ohm2W on R39

Chiuso

Aperto

Chiuso

60

110

2x600A

3x500A

5000:1

27

Mount 27ohm2W on R39

Chiuso

Aperto

Chiuso

80

110

2x600A

3x1000A

5000:1

27

Mount 27ohm2W on R39

Chiuso

Aperto

Chiuso

100

110

2x600A

3x1000A

5000:1

27

Mount 27ohm2W on R39

Chiuso

Aperto

Chiuso

UPS
[kVA]

VDCNOM

I rated
IGBT

TA Hall

K
LEM

Resistor
on I/S-CL

Special
resistors on
ISCL

JUMPERS

Mount
100ohm-2W
on R18
Mount
100ohm-2W
on R18

J9 (R40)

J10 (R39)

J100 (R18)

Aperto

Aperto

Aperto

Aperto

Chiuso

Aperto

220

75A

1x100A

2000:1

100+33+47

10

220

75A

1x100A

2000:1

100+33

15

220

150A

1x300A

2000:1

22+47

Chiuso

Aperto

Aperto

20

220

150A

1x300A

2000:1

22+47

Chiuso

Aperto

Aperto

30

220

200A

2x300A

2000:1

47

Chiuso

Aperto

Chiuso

40

220

300A

2x500A

5000:1

33+47

Aperto

Aperto

Chiuso

50

220

400A

2x500A

5000:1

22+47

Chiuso

Aperto

Aperto

60

220

400A

2x500A

5000:1

22+47

Chiuso

Aperto

Aperto

80

220

600A

2x1000A

5000:1

47

Chiuso

Aperto

Chiuso

100

220

600A

2x1000A

5000:1

47

Chiuso

Aperto

Chiuso

120

220

2x600A

3x500A

5000:1

27

Mount 27ohm2W on R39

Chiuso

Aperto

Chiuso

160

220

2x600A

3x1000A

5000:1

27

Mount 27ohm2W on R39

Chiuso

Aperto

Chiuso

Default values for resistors R18, R39 and R40 are:


R18 (J100) = 22R-2W; R39 (J10) = 47R-2W; R40 (J9) = 33R-2W

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4)

5)

Ensure that the digital inputs of M3 are in compliance with the table below:
Terminals

Description

1-2
3-4
5-6
7-8
9-10
11-12
13-14
15-16
17-18

Inverter ON/OFF via external selector (if present)


Fan fault contact from card FMC
EPO (NC contact from terminals Eac1-Eac2)
Auxiliary contact SBCB
Auxiliary contact Q4 (OCB)
Auxiliary contact SW1
Auxiliary contact Q3 (MBCB)
NC contact from thermal probe
Contact from parallel card

If present the ACI card, ensure that the digital input of M2 of I/S-Control Logic
M3 are in compliance with the table below:
Terminals
1-2
3-4
5-6

6)

Description
Not used
Position 1 of rotary-sw (if present)
Auxiliary contact ELCB (if monitored)

Disconnect connector CNB on the Power Supply. Connect the external power
supply, switch it on and make sure that:
5a) the Power Supply is working properly (LD1,2,3,4, and 5 are lit)
5b) Leds D11 and 69 of the I/S Control Logic board are lit
5c) Leds L1 and 2 of the (serial) RCB PB011 board are lit. In case RCB-CUS
PB227 is installed, only led L2 must be lit.
5d) Leds LD 3 and 4 of all ID boards are lit.

7)

Connect the PC to the RS232 serial port and check on the PC screen, under
the TX CHECK heading, that the data are updated.

ATTENTION
Set caps lock on the PC keyboard before proceeding.
The configuration commands have to be entered by typing the relevant code in the
command entry box of the Inverter-Test software (e.g. BUZZ000).
8)

EEPROM ERROR will be shown on the front panel. Press F4 to memorize the
above, and check that an acoustic acquisition tone is emitted by the device.
Wait 30 seconds and press SW3 on P board.

9)

Configure FMC board according to operating instruction JUD411351.

10) Under the heading DIP SWITCHES of the Inverter-Test software, MAKE
SURE the device has acquired the configurations of DSW1 DSW2.
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4.

ZERO MEASUREMENT CALIBRATION CHECK


1)

TYPE: F3 and check that 7 acoustic acquisition tones are emitted by the device.
In alternative to point 1:

1a) TYPE: ZIFR000, and check that the entering command corresponds to an
acoustic acquisition tone
1b) TYPE: ZIFS000, and check that the entering command corresponds to an
acoustic acquisition tone.
1c) TYPE: ZIFT000, and check that the entering command corresponds to an
acoustic acquisition tone.
1d) TYPE: ZCFR000, and check that the entering command corresponds to an
acoustic acquisition tone.
1e) TYPE: ZCFS000, and check that the entering command corresponds to an
acoustic acquisition tone.
1f)

TYPE: ZCFT000, and check that the entering command corresponds to an


acoustic acquisition tone.

1g) TYPE: ZCBA000, and check that the entering command corresponds to an
acoustic acquisition tone.
2) TYPE: LOBAxxx, and check that the entering command corresponds to an
acoustic acquisition tone.
ATTENTION
The tables indicate the recommended values. Different values can be configured
according to the technical specification or to the technical monograph of the
relevant job.
VDC NOM
110
220
3)

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Command
LOBA100
LOBA200

TYPE: F12 and check that the entering command corresponds to an acoustic
acquisition tone.

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In alternative to point 3:
3a) TYPE: FEFO180 and check that the entering command corresponds to an
acoustic acquisition tone.
4)

TYPE: PHASxxx, (where xxx assumes one of the two values specified in the
table below), and check that the entering command corresponds to an acoustic
acquisition tone.
Frequency
50Hz
60Hz

5.

Command
PHAS270
PHAS300

CONFIGURATION OF COMMAND PARAMETERS

ATTENTION
The tables indicate the recommended values. Different values can be configured
according to the technical specification or to the technical monography of the relevant
job.
1)

To set the nominal Vdc, TYPE: SVDCxxx (where xxx is the desired value in
volts to be entered), and check that the entering command corresponds to an
acoustic acquisition tone.
VDC NOM
110
220

2)

To set the upper shutdown threshold of the inverter, TYPE: SHDCxxx (where
xxx is the desired value in volts to be entered), and check that the entering
command corresponds to an acoustic acquisition tone.
VDC NOM
110
220

3)

Command
SHDC165
SHDC330

To set the lower shutdown threshold of the inverter, TYPE: SLDCxxx (where
xxx is the desired value in volts to be entered), and check that the entering
command corresponds to an acoustic acquisition tone.
VDC NOM
110
220

4)

Command
SVDC110
SVDC220

Command
SLDC092
SLDC184

Min. value
SLDC090
SLDC180

To set the slow upper shutdown threshold of the inverter, TYPE: SMRDxxx
(where xxx is the desired value in volts to be entered), and check that the
entering command corresponds to an acoustic acquisition tone. If the input

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voltage exceeds this threshold for longer than 20 seconds, the inverter shuts
down and can only be restarted by resetting the device. This value must be
lower than the upper shutdown threshold (the one that can be configured via
SHDCxxx).
VDC NOM
110
220
5)

To set the upper thresholds of output voltage and of bypass voltage,


TYPE: SOOVxxx and SBOVxxx (where xxx is the desired value in volts to be
entered), and check that the entering command corresponds to an acoustic
acquisition tone.
VOUT NOM
110
115
120
127
208
220
230
240

6)

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Command
SOOV127
SOOV132
SOOV138
SOOV146
SOOV239
SOOV253
SOOV265
SOOV276

Command
SBOV132
SBOV138
SBOV144
SBOV152
SBOV249
SBOV264
SBOV276
SBOV288

To set the lower thresholds of output voltage and of bypass voltage, TYPE:
SOUVxxx and SBUVxxx (where xxx is the desired value in volts to be entered),
and check that the entering command corresponds to an acoustic acquisition
tone.
VOUT NOM
110
115
120
127
208
220
230
240

7)

Command
SMRD150
SMRD300

Command
SOUV093
SOUV098
SOUV102
SOUV108
SOUV177
SOUV187
SOUV195
SOUV204

Command
SBUV088
SBUV092
SBUV096
SBUV102
SBUV166
SBUV177
SBUV184
SBUV192

To set the nominal power, TYPE: SEPOxxx (where xxx is the desired value in
volts to be entered), and check that the entering command corresponds to an
acoustic acquisition tone. For example, for 10kVA the command is SEPO010.

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6.

VDC MEASUREMENT SETTING


1)

For VDC NOM = 110Vdc: Check on the cathode of D23 on the I/S Control
Logic board that there is a positive voltage of 0.9 Vdc (+/-2%) with the external
power supply supplying 120Vdc (+/-2%).
If the voltage value is different from the one requested, turn P1 on the Power
Supply board.
If the external Power Supply supplies a voltage that is higher than the value
indicated above, the measured voltage on the cathode of D23 must be
proportionately higher.
Type TVBAxxx (where xxx assumes the measured VDC value), and check that
the entering command corresponds to an acoustic acquisition tone.

2)

For VDC NOM = 220Vdc: Check on the cathode of D23 on the I/S Control
Logic board that there is a positive voltage of 1.8 Vdc (+/-2%) with external
power supply supplying 310Vdc (+/-2%).
If the voltage value is different from the one requested, turn P1 on the Power
Supply board.
If the external Power Supply supplies a voltage that is higher than the value
indicated above, the measured voltage on the cathode of D23 must be
proportionately higher.
Type TVBAxxx (where xxx assumes the measured VDC value), and check that
the entering command corresponds to an acoustic acquisition tone.

3)

Check on the PC screen under the heading MEASURES that the voltage value
under point 1 (+/-2%) is displayed.

4)

TYPE: F4 to memorize the abovementioned setting and make sure an acoustic


acquisition tone is emitted.
In alternative to point 4:

4a) Memorize in E2PROM the abovementioned setting by typing MEEE000, and


check that the entering command corresponds to an acoustic acquisition tone.
Wait 30 seconds and press SW3 on P board.
5)

Test the signal of the various isolators/circuit breakers (EPO, OCB, MBCB and
BYP SW) and check that the relevant indications are displayed on the PC
screen.

6)

Connect the remote panel to RS485 and verify its correct operation.

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7.

INVERTER START-UP
1)

Select the manual control mode for the inverter voltage closing J1 2-3 of all
VCB boards. Open J2 of all VCB boards (corrector excluded) and close J1 on
ISCL Control logic board:
- on 1-2 for IMB.e (E2001.e)
- on 2-3 for ITB.e (E3001.e)

2)

Press RESET and BUZZER on the front panel simultaneously, and check that
after some seconds INV ON becomes active on the PC screen.
In alternative to point 2:

2a) Press F6 and check that the acoustic acquisition tone is emitted.
3)

Place the oscilloscope probe between the ground and pin 7 of U2 (VCB phase
R), rotate P1 of the I/S Control Logic board () and check that the amplitude of
the measured sinus wave increases, and then turn back P1 until the same is at
zero again ().

4)

Repeat the action of step 3) on VCB phase S and VCB phase T

5)

Connect the oscilloscope probe between the ground and pin 6 of U17 (I/S
Control Logic) and check the presence of a signal as in the figure below:

Picture 1 Wave shape I/S Control Logic board


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6)

Check that the leds LD 1-2 (red) of the ID boards are on. For other kind of IGBT
driver refer to the related instructions.

7)

Check that between E and G of the IGBT there is a signal as in the figure
below:

Picture 2 Wave shape IGBT

ATTENTION
If the positive wave amplitude is not +15V (+/-2%), regulate P2 of PS board until you
reach that value.
8)

Press F7 to turn the inverter off.

9)

Check the correct wiring of the pre-charge selector and of the input circuit
breaker.

10) Supply the device, perform a pre-charge and close the input circuit breaker.
11) Open the input circuit breaker, wait 10 seconds and start the inverter via F6.
12) Make sure direct voltage is decreasing regularly without sudden changes.
13) Supply the device again, perform a pre-charge and close the input circuit
breaker.
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14) Rotate P1 on the I/S Control Logic board () in order to increase the
modulation, increase the AC voltage and verify that a sinusoidal voltage is
present on the secondary of the INVERTER transformer (on each phase).
Increase the AC voltage rotating P1 until the output voltage of the Inverter
reaches the nominal value (+/-2%). Check each phase.
15) Connect the oscilloscope probe between ground and TP2 (I/S Control Logic)
and check the correct current envelope of the inverter bridge.
16) Press F7 to turn the inverter off and open the input circuit breaker.
17) Connect a probe between ground and pin 1 of U6, another probe between
ground and pin 14 of U1 of VCB board phase R.
18) Supply the device again, perform a pre-charge until reaching a dc voltage
between 50Vdc and 100Vdc, without close the input circuit breaker.
19) Give modulation and check that the two sinues that can be read are in phase.
20) Repeat step 16) to step 19) for VCB board phase S and VCB board phase T.
21) Switch OFF the input Vdc voltage (by opening the input circuit breaker), close
J2 on each VCB so as to activate the wave-shape corrector circuit. Perform a
pre-charge and restart the inverter supplying the Vdc input (by closing the input
circuit breaker). Rotate P1 of the I/S Control Logic board () until you reach the
nominal voltage on the output of the inverter. Check the correct wave shape on
the output and open the input circuit breaker.
22) Rotate P1 of the I/S Control Logic (),until the modulation is zero, rotate P1
(VCB) (), close J1 (VCB) in position 1-2 in order to close the voltage loop on
each VCB. Perform a pre-charge and close the input circuit breaker.
23) Adjust P1 (VCB phase R) until the desired output voltage is reached (+/-2%).
24) Repeat step 20) for VCB phase S and VCB phase R.
25) Measure with a tester the inverter voltage phase R and type: TIFR (measured
voltage), and check that the entering command corresponds to an acoustic
acquisition tone.
26) In inverter ITB.e measure inverter voltage phase S and phase T and digit TIFS
(measured voltage) for phases S and TIFT (measured voltage) for phase T.
In alternative to point 25-26:
26a)
Set inverter voltage to the desired values and press ALT+I. Check that
entering command corresponds to an acquisition tone.

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27) Measure with a tester the output voltage of the UPS (isolator OCB) and type:
TUFR (measured voltage). Check that the entering command corresponds to an
acoustic acquisition tone.
28) In inverter ITB.e measure UPS output voltage phase S and phase T and digit
TUFS (measured voltage) for phase and TUFT (measured voltage) for phase T.
In alternative to point 27-28:
28a)
Set UPS output voltage to the desired values and press ALT+0. Check that
entering command corresponds to an acquisition tone.
In alternative to point 25-26-26a-27-28-28a:
28b)
Set UPS output voltage to the desired values and press ALT+T. Check that
entering command corresponds to an acquisition tone.

29) TYPE: F8 to regulate the +/- tolerance limits of the inverter output voltage and
make sure it corresponds to the acoustic acquisition tone. Check that the KFOU
value is between 800 and 950.
In alternative to point 29:
29a)
TYPE: TVLX000, and check that the entering command corresponds to an
acoustic acquisition tone. Check that the KFOU value is between 800 and 950.
30) Check on the PC screen under the heading MEASURES", that the
abovementioned voltage measurements are correctly displayed (+/-2%).
31) TYPE: F4 to memorize the setting performed, and make sure an acoustic
acquisition tone is emitted.
In alternative to point 31:
31a)
Memorize in E2PROM the settings performed by typing: MEEE000, and
check that the entering command corresponds to an acoustic acquisition tone.
32) Open the input circuit breaker.

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8.

STATIC BYPASS CALIBRATION


1)

Connect the emergency line and close SBCB.

2)

Measure the emergency line voltage phase R and type: TBFR (measured
voltage), and check that the entering command corresponds to an acoustic
acquisition tone.

2a)

In inverter ITB.e measure emergency line phase S and phase T and digit TBFS
(measured voltage) and TBFT (measured voltage).
In alternative to point 2-2a:

2b)

3)

Set emergency line voltage to the nominal values and press ALT+B

TYPE: F9 to rate the frequency window (+/- 4% of freq.) and check the acoustic
acquisition tone.
In alternative to point 3:

3a) Rate the frequency window typing:


TFFR060 (+/- 6%)
TFFR055 (+/- 5.5%)
TFFR050 (+/- 5%)
TFFR045 (+/- 4.5%)
TFFR040 (+/- 4%)
TFFR035 (+/- 3.5%)
TFFR030 (+/- 3%)
TFFR025 (+/- 2.5%)
TFFR020 (+/- 2%)
TFFR015 (+/- 1.5%)
TFFR010 (+/- 1%)
and check that the entering command corresponds to an acoustic acquisition tone.
4)

Check that the static switch mains side closes, and that the UPS output voltage
is correct (+/-2%). Verify output waveform.

5)

TYPE: F8 to regulate the +/- tolerance limits of the bypass voltage and check
that the entering command corresponds to an acoustic acquisition tone. Check
that the value KFBY is between 800 and 950. Verify that the measures at point
2 and 4 are correctly displayed on the screen under the heading MEASURES
(+/-2%).

In alternative to point 5:
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5a) TYPE: TVLX000, and check that the entering command corresponds to an
acoustic acquisition tone. Check that the KFBY value is between 800 and 950.
Make sure the measures referred to at points 2 and 4 are correctly displayed on the
screen under the heading MEASURES (+/-2%).

6)

TYPE: F4 to memorize the abovementioned ratings and make sure an acoustic


acquisition tone is emitted.
In alternative to point 6:

6a) TYPE: MEEE000, and check that the entering command corresponds to an
acoustic acquisition tone.
7)

Open SBCB.

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9.

INVERTER IN AUTOMATIC MODE - FINAL TEST


1)

Position DSW1 dip 6 on ON in order to prepare the automatic operation and


verify the acquisition on the PC screen.

2)

Measure the VDC voltage on the Power Supply fuses and type TVBAxxx
(where xxx is the measured value). Check that the entering command
corresponds to an acoustic acquisition tone.

3)

Disconnect the external power supply from the Power Supply and reconnect W3
to CNB.

4)

Perform a pre-charge, follow the guided start-up procedure and make sure the
inverter starts properly.

5)

Close SBCB and check that the inverter synchronizes correctly with the
emergency line measuring a V 20V (+/-10%) between Inverter and
emergency line. In inverter ITB.e verify on each phase.

6)

At the end of the procedure, carry out a commutation test by means of the
Bypass Switch (position on by-pass) and verify that the static bypass voltage
is supplied on the output of the UPS, put the Bypass Switch back on normal,
wait about 10" and check that the inverter returns to supply the output.

7)

Repeat the test described in the previous point 5 more times. The UPS must
stop on static bypass.

8)

Check MBCB at the input and output, close MBCB, make sure the inverter
modulation shuts down, open OCB and verify that the inverter modulation is on
and the output voltage is ok.

9)

Open MBCB, close OCB and switch the BYPASS SW to normal.

10) TYPE: RESE000 and check that the entering command corresponds to an
acoustic acquisition tone.
Check that the blocked situation is removed and that the inverter returns to
supply the output.
In alternative to point 10:
10a) Select the SPECIAL menu on the front panel, carry out the reset.
10)

Check the fans operation.

11)

Turn the inverter off completely.

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10. LOAD TESTS AND CURRENT MEASUREMENT SETTING


1)

Position Dip6 DSW1 on OFF (test mode).

2)

Perform a pre-charge, start the inverter, close OCB, leave SBCB open, wait for
the Inverter Static Switch to close and connect a load on the output gradually
from 0% to 100%.

3)

Connect the oscilloscope probe between ground and TP2 of the I/S Control
Logic board; regulate P2 on the board to increase the current signal and
activate the current protection mode. The noise of the inverter will change and
the crest of the current will be limited to an allowable value.
If this is not enough to reach that condition increase the current with an
additional load and remove it immediately (or increase the current signal
removing for a moment one of the configuration jumper). After the current mode
intervention restore the initial configuration with a 100% load.

4)

Regulate P2 in the opposite sense of rotation to decrease the current signal


down to 4Vpp (+/-2%). Verify that in this condition the inverter can exit from the
current protection mode.
If this is not enough, decrease the load down to 90%: below this value the
inverter must exit from the current protection.
If this is not enough yet, decrease the current signal at 100% load to a lower
value than 4Vpp leaving on the card this setting.

5)

Measure with an ammeter the output current phase R and type: TCFR
(measured current), and check that the entering command corresponds to an
acoustic acquisition tone.

6)

In inverter ITB.e repeat Step 5) measuring phase S and phase T output current
and digit TCFS (measured current) and TCFT (measured current).

7)

Check the linearity of the output current reading.

8)

TYPE: F4 to memorize the above mentioned measures and check the acoustic
acquisition tone.
In alternative to point 7:

9a) TYPE MEEE000, and check that the entering command corresponds to an
acoustic acquisition tone.
9)

With a load on the output equal to 100%, carry out a short-circuit between
phase and neutral. Make sure that the inverter goes into current protection
mode. The short circuit current shall be about 200%In for 100ms and about
150%In after 100ms. After 5 seconds of short circuit the inverter will be OFF.

10) Switch OFF the inverter. Put dip 6 of DSW1 on ON and restart the inverter.
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11) Wait for 10, close SBCB and wait for the inverter to synchronize with the
emergency line.
12) With a load on the output equal to 100%, carry out a commutation to emergency
line. Set the bypass switch to by-pass. Make sure the emergency line static
switch closes and check the output voltage of the UPS.
13) Change the bypass switch back to normal and check that the inverter static
switch closes.
14) TYPE TCBAxxx, where xxx is the value measured (with an ammeter) of the
direct current taken by the inverter at full load. Check that the entering
command corresponds to an acoustic acquisition tone.

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11. INVERTER PERSONALIZATION


1)

TYPE: BATCXXX (First 3 digits of the Serial Number), and check that the
entering command corresponds to an acoustic acquisition.

2)

TYPE: NUMBXXX (Second 3 digits of the Serial Number), and check that the
entering command corresponds to an acoustic acquisition tone.

3)

TYPE: CNAMXXX (000-006), and check that the entering command


corresponds to an acoustic acquisition tone.

4)

TYPE: CLANXXX
(000 = ITALIAN)
(001 = GERMAN)
(002 = FRENCH)
(003 = ENGLISH)
(004 = PORTUGUESE)
(005 = SPANISH)
(006 = DUTCH)

and check that the entering command corresponds to an acoustic acquisition tone.
Make sure the unit is fully operating.
5)

TYPE: F8 and check that the acoustic acquisition tone is emitted.


In alternative to point 5:

5a) TYPE TVLX000, and check that the entering command corresponds to an
acoustic acquisition tone.
6)

TYPE: F4 to memorize the abovementioned ratings and make sure an acoustic


acquisition tone is emitted.
In alternative to point 6:

6a) TYPE MEEE000, and check that the entering command corresponds to an
acoustic acquisition tone.
7)

Configure date and hour on the Special menu, and zero the history.

8)

Check the correct functioning of the display.

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12. FINAL TESTS


12.1 SWITCHING TO MANUAL BY-PASS
Set the inverter to manual by-pass as indicated below:
1)

Position the by-pass switch on Bypass.

2)

Check the switching of the device to the emergency line.

3)

Close MBCB.

4)

Open the input circuit breaker.

5)

Open OCB.

6)

Open SBCB.

12.2 RETURN FROM MANUAL BY-PASS


1)

Make sure that the by-pass switch is set to bypass and MBCB is closed.

2)

Perform a pre-charge.

3)

Close the input circuit breaker.

4)

Follow the instructions shown on the display and make sure the inverter returns
to NORMAL mode correctly.

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12.3 SIGNAL CHECK VIA ARC OR INT5-ARC BOARD
ATTENTION
The tables indicate the standard settings. We recommend to check the signals
according to the technical monography of the relevant job.
1)

Check the wiring and the connector of flat cable W50.

2)

In case a single ARC board is present, check the alarm/status signal indicated
in the table below:

3)

RELAY

Status/Alarm

RL1
RL2
RL3
RL4
RL5
RL6

INVERTER OK
INVERTER SYNCHRONIZED
INVERTER FEEDS LOAD
BYPASS OK
LOW DC VOLTAGE (PRE-ALARM)
COMMON ALARM

Terminals
16-17-18
13-14-15
10-11-12
7-8-9
4-5-6
1-2-3

In case INT-5 ARC board is present, for each relay card check the alarm/status
signals indicated in the table below:
Card

ARC1

ARC2

ARC3

RELAY

Status/Alarm

RL1
RL2
RL3
RL4
RL5
RL6
RL1
RL2
RL3
RL4
RL5
RL6
RL1
RL2
RL3
RL4
RL5
RL6

INVERTER OK
INVERTER SYNCHRONIZED
INVERTER FEEDS LOAD
BYPASS OK
LOW DC VOLTAGE (PRE-ALARM)
COMMON ALARM
DC VOLTAGE ERROR
OVERLOAD
RE-TRANSFER BLOCK
MANUAL BYPASS SWITCH CLOSED
HIGH TEMPERATURE
FAN FAULT
THERMAL IMAGE
BYPASS FEEDS LOAD
OUTPUT CIRCUIT BREAKER OPEN
EPO INTERVENTION
NOT USED
NOT USED

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13-14-15
10-11-12
7-8-9
4-5-6
1-2-3
16-17-18
13-14-15
10-11-12
7-8-9
4-5-6
1-2-3
16-17-18
13-14-15
10-11-12
7-8-9
4-5-6
1-2-3

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12.4 CONFIGURABLE LED CONTROL
ATTENTION
The tables indicate the standard settings. We recommend to check the signals
according to the technical monography of the relevant job.
Make sure the configurable leds are configured according to the following table.
LED
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

Signal

Colour

INVERTER OK
INVERTER FEEDS LOAD
INVERTER SYNCHRONIZED
BYPASS OK
BYPASS FEEDS LOAD
OVERLOAD
FAN FAULT
DC VOLTAGE ERROR
HIGH TEMPERATURE
RE-TRANSFER BLOCK

GREEN
GREEN
GREEN
GREEN
ORANGE
ORANGE
ORANGE
RED
RED
RED

The colour of the leds must be preset via the dip-switch banks SW6, SW7 and SW8
on the card of the inverter front panel (PB179).
12.5 BURN-IN AND COOL-DOWN
1)

Let the device burn in for at least 8 hours (at minimum load).

2)

At the end of the 8 hours:


2a) Disconnect the load
2b) Make sure no alarms are present in the log file.
2c) Make sure the clock is working properly.

Notes:

This copy belongs to:


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APPENDIX A: ROTARY CONFIGURATION


A.1 CONFIGURATION 1 WITHOUT SBCB
The picture below shows the block diagram of rotary-sw configuration 1 without
SBCB.

A.2 CONFIGURATION 1 WITH SBCB


The picture below shows the block diagram of rotary-sw configuration 1, with SBCB,
for a single inverter.

The picture below shows the block diagram of rotary-sw configuration 1, with SBCB,
for a parallel system.

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A.3 CONFIGURATION 2 SINGLE:
The picture below shows the block diagram of rotary-sw configuration 2 for a single
inverter.

A.4 CONFIGURATION 2 PARALLEL:


The pictures below show two possible block diagrams of rotary-sw configuration 2 for
a parallel system.

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Index
1.

GENERAL ........................................................................................... 3
1.1

OPERATING STATUS ...................................................................................... 3

2.

INVERTER ........................................................................................... 5

3.

STATIC SWITCH ................................................................................. 5

4.

ELECTRONIC PCBS .......................................................................... 6


4.1

ID / DR-SAT (IGBT DRIVER) ......................................................................... 6

4.2

PS-LV / PS-MV / PS-SAT (POWER SUPPLY) .............................................. 8

4.2.1 ...................................................................................................................... 10
4.3

PWM-SAT (IGBT DRIVERS INTERFACE) .................................................. 11

4.4

INV-AV-1F (INVERTER VOLTAGE FEEDBACK) FOR IMB.E .................... 11

4.5

INV-AV-3F (INVERTER VOLTAGE FEEDBACK) FOR ITB.E..................... 11

4.6

VOLT-REF-1F (EM. LINE / OUT VOLTAGE FEEDBACK) FOR IMB.E ......... 11

4.7

VOLT-REF-3F (EM. LINE / OUT VOLTAGE FEEDBACK) FOR ITB.E .......... 11

4.8 SCRSF-1F (FOR IMB. E)/SCRSF-3F (FOR ITB. E) / 2SCR-FIR (FOR BIG
SYSTEMS) THYRISTOR FIRING BOARDS ............................................................. 12
4.9

Rev.

/
A

I/S-CL (MICROPROCESSOR CONTROL LOGIC) ......................................... 12

4.9.1

Introduction ............................................................................................ 12

4.9.2

Digital Inputs .......................................................................................... 12

4.9.3

Dip Switches ........................................................................................... 13

4.9.4

Fast Analog Inputs ................................................................................. 14

4.9.5

Watchdog and Reset .............................................................................. 14

4.9.6

RAM, EPROMs and EEPROM ............................................................... 14

4.9.7

Digital Power Supply ............................................................................. 14

4.9.8

RCB board .............................................................................................. 14

4.9.9

SCB board and Thyristor drivers .......................................................... 14

4.9.10

Current Limitation and Max Current Stop ........................................ 14

4.9.11

VCB board ........................................................................................... 17

4.9.12

PWM generator ................................................................................... 17

Descrizione
Description

First Issue
Revision JSE414786

Data
Date

Emesso
Issued

Controllato
Checked

Approvato
Approved

24.01.09
11.10.11

P. Conti
L. Fognani

E. Simoni
P. Conti

E. Simoni
E. Simoni

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External A/D Converter ...................................................................................... 17
4.9.13

Card SCB ............................................................................................ 20

4.9.14

Card VCB ............................................................................................ 20

4.10

FCI (FREE CONTACT INTERFACE) ......................................................... 21

APPENDIX A: ROTARY CONFIGURATION ............................................ 22


A.1 CONFIGURATION 1 WITHOUT SBCB ............................................................. 22
A.2 CONFIGURATION 1 WITH SBCB .................................................................... 22
A.3 CONFIGURATION 2 SINGLE: .......................................................................... 23
A.4 CONFIGURATION 2 PARALLEL:..................................................................... 23

Index of pictures / tables


Picture 1 UPS block diagram ..................................................................................................................... 3
Picture 2 Normal operation ........................................................................................................................ 3
Picture 3 Load supplied by by-pass........................................................................................................... 4
Picture 4 Manual by-pass .......................................................................................................................... 4
Picture 5 ID (IGBT DRIVER) board ........................................................................................................... 6
Picture 6 Card DR-SAT ............................................................................................................................. 7
Picture 7 POWER SUPPLY board block diagram ..................................................................................... 9
Picture 8 POWER SUPPLY board PS-LV / PS-MV ................................................................................ 10
Picture 9 POWER SUPPLY board PS-SAT ............................................................................................ 10
Table 1 DSW 1 ........................................................................................................................................ 13
Table 2 - DSW 2 ......................................................................................................................................... 13
Picture 10 Card I/S-CL block diagram ..................................................................................................... 18
Picture 11 Card I/S-CL ............................................................................................................................ 19
Picture 12 Card SCB ............................................................................................................................... 20
Picture 13 Card VCB ............................................................................................................................... 20

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1.

GENERAL

The inverters of the IMB.e - ITB.e product line are on-line typology; the inverter supplies
always energy to the load, whether the mains is available or not (according to the battery
autonomy time).
WARNING
The UPS output is energized even during mains failure, therefore in compliance with the
prescriptions of EN 50091-1, the installer will have to identify the line or the plugs supplied by
the inverter making the User aware of this fact.
This configuration guarantees the best service to the User, as it supplies clean continuously
regulated power and guarantees the voltage and frequency will be stabilised at nominal value
independently from mains status. It makes the load completely immune from micro-interruptions
due to excessive mains variation, and prevents damage to the critical load (Computer Instrumentation - Scientific equipment etc.).

Picture 1 UPS block diagram


The IMB.e/ITB.e is composed by two main sections: inverter (I) and static switch (SS). These
sections will be described in the following chapters.
The final chapter includes the description of the various electronic boards installed inside the
IMB.e/ITB.e as well as their block diagrams and programming instructions.

1.1 OPERATING STATUS


Final task of a inverter system is to protect the load from micro-interruptions, black-outs and
various disturbances on the network, and guarantee a reliable supply also when internal faults
occur. During normal operation the inverter supplies the load through the static switch.

Picture 2 Normal operation


In case of an inverter failure or an overload the load is automatically transferred, without
interruption, to the by-pass static switch.

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Picture 3 Load supplied by by-pass


For maintenance operations its possible to supply the load through the manual by-pass
circuit breaker MBCB, connecting directly the emergency line to the system output. During the
manual by-pass procedure the load remains supplied, without any interruptions.

Picture 4 Manual by-pass

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2.

INVERTER

The inverter is composed by two power blocks, controlled by the IGBT driver boards IDn.
The inverter bridge is connected to the transformer T1, which provides the galvanic insulation
between the DC bus and the AC output. The transformer is provided with a leakage inductance
that forms a low-pass filter with the output capacitor Cr; the filter provides to eliminate the high
frequency harmonics from the output waveform in order to reduce the distortion of the sinewave.
The inverter supplies the load through the inverter static switch thyristor, which is connected
to the output switch OCB. The current transformer T20 provides the signal for the output current
measure.
When the inverter is started up the microprocessor control logic I/S-CL generates the IGBTs
control signals (PWM Pulse Width Modulation) and send them to the driver boards IDn; the
bridge starts to modulate and the output voltage increases. The voltage feedback provided by
the INV-AV-1F board (for IMB.e) or INV-AV-3F board (for ITB.e) is used to control the output
voltage value, according to the value set on the VCB boards (mounted on the I/S-CL).
The inverter current protection (Max Current Stop) and the short circuit current limitation are
also managed by the I/S-CL, using the feedback signal provided by the hall-effect current
transducer U3 (and if present U4), which is mounted on the inverter bridge input.

3.

STATIC SWITCH

The emergency line is usually isolated from the mains through an emergency line input
transformer. An input filter provides to reduce the radio frequency disturbances according to the
limits given by the EN50091-2 standard.
The emergency line input transformer is energized by an emergency line input circuit
breaker. Closing the input switch SBCB, the emergency line static switch is energized; the input
fuses protect the static switch thyristor in case of short-circuit at the UPS output.
The emergency line static switch is controlled by the SCB board, installed on the
microprocessor control logic I/S-CL; the control signals for the thyristors are generated by the
I/S-CL and sent to the firing boards SCRSF-1F for IMB.e or SCRSF-3F for ITB.e or 2SCR-FIR
for bigger systems, connected directly to the gate of the thyristors.
The VOLT-REF-1F board (for IMB.e) or VOLT-REF-3F board (for ITB.e) provides the
feedback signals for the emergency line and output voltage measures.
The UPS automatically transfers the load to the emergency line in case of an inverter failure
or overload. The manual by-pass circuit switch MBCB connects directly the emergency line
input to the load in case of UPS maintenance.

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4.

ELECTRONIC PCBS

4.1 ID / DR-SAT (IGBT DRIVER)


The IGBTs driver cards are used to transfer the turn-on signals created by the
microprocessor card I/S-CL to the IGBT.
The drivers draw the power from a 40kHz square wave coming from the POWER SUPPLY
card; the square wave is properly isolated, rectified and filtered and made controllable by a
green LED.
The turn-on command for the IGBTs coming from the card I/S-CL is isolated by an optocoupler and then slightly integrated through a low-pass filter (dead-time). The final amplifying
circuit, using MOSFETs, provides to translate the modulation signal between +15V (ON Level)
and -15V (OFF Level).
The card ID is designed to control a complete bridge leg (positive and negative IGBTs), the
card DR-SAT can only control a single switch, generally made by two IGBTs in parallel. In
addition, the card DR-SAT is provided with a de-saturation sensor which provide to stop the
modulation in case the Collector-Emitter voltage exceed the rated IGBTs saturation value.
CN1

LD3
Power supply on
LD4
Power supply on

LD1
Modulation on

R11
IGBTS
gate

LD2
Modulation on

GND IGBT1
M1

GND IGBT2

R30
IGBTS
gate

M4

Picture 5 ID (IGBT DRIVER) board

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D6
Supply ON

TPG1
Test Point IGBT1

TP5
GROUND
J1

TPG2
Test Point IGBT2

CN1
J2

D14
Modulation ON

D17
Led fixed: inverter OK
Led blinking: under voltage lock-out

D5
Supply ON

Picture 6 Card DR-SAT

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4.2 PS-LV / PS-MV / PS-SAT (POWER SUPPLY)


These boards provide the different power supplies to all the sections of the I/S-CL
(microprocessor board) and to the front panel. They take the power at the inverter input and
their input voltage range is as follows.
PS-LV
PS-MV
PS-SAT_110
PS-SAT_220

80180Vdc
160330Vdc
80180Vdc
160330Vdc

The insulation voltage between output section and the DC input is 2,5kV.
The following table summarizes all the different outputs:
SECTION
Analog measures
Free contacts and parallel bus
Free contacts
Microprocessor and display
IGBTs drivers Power Supply
RS-232 and RS-485

LED Test point


LD1 TP2-TP4
LD2 TP3-TP4
LD3 TP5-TP4
LD4
LD5
TP8-TP9

Pot.

P2

+12V Analog
-12V Analog
+24V Analog
+12V / Relay & Bus
+12V
+9V
Sq. Wave AC1-AC2
Sq. Wave AC3-AC4

In addition these cards create an insulated voltage proportional to the input DC voltage which
is transmitted to the microprocessor as a feed-back signal for the measure of the inverter input
voltage. This signal can by adjusted with the potentiometer P1.

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AC1
AC2

CN4

CN2

10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

+24V

Input Vdc Voltage Measure

40 Khz Square Wave

+12V

Voltage Regulators

+8V

CN1

10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

Regulated Vdc Voltage

-12V

LD1
LD2
FU6

FU2

Rectifier Bridge
D22-D23-D24-D25

AC3

AC4

+12V / Relay e Bus

TP4

+12V / SCR

CN3

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Input Vdc Voltage (Not Regulated)

P1

TP4

D14
D15

40 Khz Square Wave

LD3

R&B

TP8

TP9

VDC+

Input DC Voltage
Measure adjustable
by turning P1

Step Down DC-DC


Converter controlled
by U2.

IGBT's Gate
voltage adj.

FU7
FU8

Control IC's Power Supply:


provides the power to U2
(12V on DZ2-K) and U3 (12V
on DZ5-K).

VDC-

P2

TP5
LD4
LD5

D14
D15
D28

R38
R39
R40

Analog Power
Supply

Analog Power
Supply

Digital Power
Supply

Relay & Bus


Power
Supply

Precharging Thyristor
Power Supply

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SCR

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

1
2
3

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CNB

FB2

FB1

Fixed duty cycle Switching Modulator controlled by


U3

Picture 7 POWER SUPPLY board block diagram

IMB.e ITB.e operating description


4.2.1
CN1

CN4
LD5
CN3

CNB

LD4
P1
Vdc P adjust
CW=increase

LD3

FB1
LD2
LD1
TP1

VB+

P2
IGBTs gate voltage
ACW=increase

FB2

CN2
VB-

Picture 8 POWER SUPPLY board PS-LV / PS-MV

TP9

P2
IGBTs gate voltage

CN1

TP8
P1
Vdc P ad just.
CW= Increase

FB2
VB-

CN4

LD5
LD4

VB+

CN3

TP4
GND

FB1

TP2
+12V
CN2

Picture 9 POWER SUPPLY board PS-SAT

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LD1

TP5
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LD3

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4.3 PWM-SAT (IGBT DRIVERS INTERFACE)


The card PWM-SAT is used only together with the IGBT driver DR-SAT. The turn-on signals
for the IGBTs are available on the connectors CN7 and CN1 of the microprocessor card I/S-CL,
respectively for the first and the second bridge leg.
The driver card DR-SAT can only control one switch, so two of them are necessary for each
bridge leg, and the control signals must be different.
The card PWM-SAT is the interface between the I/S-CL and the driver cards DR-SAT that
provides to split the turn-on signals and distribute them to the right driver cards.

4.4 INV-AV-1F (INVERTER VOLTAGE FEEDBACK) FOR IMB.e


The INV-AV-1F provides the inverter voltage feedback for the real-time control loop. The
inverter output phase and neutral, taken on the filter capacitor, are connected on CN1 pin 1 and
7 respectively; the voltage value is reduced by the transformer T1 and sent to the
microprocessor control logic I/S-CL via the connector W18.
The UPS output current transformer is connected to CN3 pin1 and 2; the secondary current
of the current transformer flows through the resistor R4, generating a voltage drop proportional
to the UPS output current; this waveform is sent to the I/S-CL measuring section for the output
current reading.

4.5 INV-AV-3F (INVERTER VOLTAGE FEEDBACK) FOR ITB.e


The INV-AV-3F provides the inverter voltage feedback for the real-time control loop. The
inverter output phase L1, L2, L3 and neutral, taken on the filter capacitor, are connected on
CN1 pin 1 , 3, 5 and 7 respectively; the voltage value is reduced by the transformer T1 and sent
to the microprocessor control logic I/S-CL via the connector W18.
The UPS output L1, L2 and L3 current transformers are connected to CN3 pin1 and 2 for L1,
pin3 and 4 for L2 and pin5 and 6 for L3; the secondary currents of the current transformers flow
through the resistor R4, R5 and R6 generating a voltage drop proportional to the UPS output
current; these waveforms are sent to the I/S-CL measuring section for the output current
reading.

4.6 VOLT-REF-1F (EM. LINE / OUT VOLTAGE FEEDBACK) FOR IMB.e


The VOLT-REF-1F provides the signals for the emergency line and output voltage
measurements. The emergency line is connected on CN1 pin 1 (phase) and 7 (neutral) and
supplies the double-secondary transformer T1; a secondary winding, via the single-phase
Graetz bridge formed by the diodes D1-D2-D4-D5 and the stabilizer U1, creates a +5V supply
that is sent to the I/S-CL board via the connector CN3. This is a redundant supply for the static
switch control logic (SCB board) and its presence can be verified by checking the status of the
LED DL1. The other secondary winding is used to send to the microprocessor, for measuring
purposes, a waveform proportional to the emergency line voltage value, via the connector CN4,
pin 1 and 4.
The UPS output is connected on CN5 pin 1 (phase) and 7 (neutral) and supplies the doublesecondary transformer T2; a secondary winding is connected to the single-phase Graetz bridge
formed by the diodes D8-D9-D11-D12, which output is connected in parallel to the stabilizer U1.
The other secondary winding is used to send to the microprocessor, for measuring purposes, a
waveform proportional to the output voltage value, via the connector CN4, pin 5 and 8.
The fuses FU1-FU2-FU3 are used for the fans protection.

4.7 VOLT-REF-3F (EM. LINE / OUT VOLTAGE FEEDBACK) FOR ITB.e


The VOLT-REF-3F provides the signals for the emergency line and output voltage
measurements. The emergency line L1, L2 and L3 are connected to CN1 on pin1 (L1), pin3
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(L2), pin5 (L3) and 7 (neutral) supplying the double-secondary transformers T1T3; a secondary
winding, via the three-phase Graetz bridge formed by the diodes D1D6 and the stabilizer U1,
creates a +5V supply that is sent to the I/S-CL board via the connector CN3. This is a redundant
supply for the static switch control logic (SCB board) and its presence can be verified by
checking the status of the LED DL1. The other secondary windings are used to send to the
microprocessor, for measuring purposes, three waveforms proportional to the emergency line
voltage values, via the connector CN4, pin1 (L1), 2 (L2), 3 (L3) and 4.
The UPS output is connected on CN5 pin1 (L1), pin3 (L2), pin5 (L3) and 7 (neutral) and
supplies the double-secondary transformer T4T6; a secondary winding is connected to the
three-phase Graetz bridge formed by the diodes D7D12, which output is connected in parallel
to the stabilizer U1. The other secondary windings are used to send to the microprocessor, for
measuring purposes, three waveforms proportional to the output voltage values, via the
connector CN4, pin5 (L1), 6 (L2), 7(L3) and 8.
The fuses FU1-FU2-FU3 are used for the fans protection.

4.8 SCRSF-1F (for IMB. e)/SCRSF-3F (for ITB. e) / 2SCR-FIR (for BIG SYSTEMS)
THYRISTOR FIRING BOARDS
The SCRSF-1F, SCRSF-3F and the 2SCR-FIR are thyristors firing boards and are installed
directly on the static switch thyristors. The control signals generated by the I/S-CL are
connected to the card, isolated by high frequency transformers and sent directly to the
thyristors. The green (or red) LEDs show which component is controlled, indicating which line is
supplying the load.
The cards SCRSF-1F/SCRSF-3F are double firing cards, so that can control two pairs of
thyristors at a time (three pairs of thyristors for SCRSF-3F for ITB.e), that is the whole static
switch.
The card 2SCR-FIR can only control one pair of thyristors, so two of them are necessary for
a complete single-phase static switch and three of them are necessary for a complete three
phase static switch.

4.9 I/S-CL (MICROPROCESSOR CONTROL LOGIC)


4.9.1 Introduction
The I/S Control Logic (I/S CL) controls all the IMB.e/ITB.e functions and signals. It takes the
digital inputs (like auxiliary contacts, switches and so on), performs all the analog measures
(like voltages, currents and so on) and provides the total control of the UPS.

4.9.2 Digital Inputs


The digital inputs are connected to the I/S CL via the M3 connector according to the
description on the block diagram. All these signals are de-coupled and latched before they are
connected to the microprocessor bus.

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4.9.3 Dip Switches
The dip switches SW1 and SW2 are connected to the microprocessor bus via the latches
U67 and U68. The functions of the IMB.e/ITB.e can be programmed as follows.
Dip n.
1
2
3
4
5
4
5
4
5
4
5
6
7
8

Status
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
On
On
Off
On
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On

Description
Single
Parallel
Frequency 50Hz
Frequency 60Hz
Single/Parallel
Hot Standby
Nominal Vout
220V (110V)
Nominal Vout
208V (127V)
Nominal Vout
230V (115V)
Nominal Vout
240V (120V)
Test
Normal
Buzzer disabled
Buzzer enabled
Three-phase output
Single-phase output

Table 1 DSW 1
Dip n.

1
3
4
5
6
7
8
7
8
7
8
7
8

Status
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On
Off
On
On

Description
ON/OFF inverter by external switch
ON/OFF inverter automatic
INT-5 ARC interface
Single ARC board
Output range: 110-115-120-127 Vac
Output range: 208-220-230-240 Vac
Rotary switch installed
Rotary switch NOT installed
AC-UPS LCD panel (not used)
Standard LCD panel
Rotary configuration 1 with SBCB
Rotary configuration 1 without SBCB
Rotary configuration 2 single
Rotary configuration 2 parallel

Table 2 - DSW 2
For more details about the rotary-sw configurations see APPENDIX A.
NOTE
The setting tables given above refers to the I/S-CL with standard software I180STD or following.

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4.9.4 Fast Analog Inputs
The measures of the bypass L1, L2 and L3 phases and output L1, L2 and L3, are directly
connected to the microprocessor A/D converter. The measures can be found in the following
points (see picture 11):
D52 (K)
D59 (K)

Output L3
Em.Line L3

D57 (K)
D64 (K)

Output L2
Em.Line L2

D58 (K)
D65 (K)

Output L1
Em.Line L1

4.9.5 Watchdog and Reset


The microprocessor is controlled by a smart watchdog system that provides an automatic
reset in case of an error of the microprocessor during the normal operation or a problem in the
microprocessor power supply (under-voltage lockout). It is also possible to reset manually the
microprocessor by pressing the reset push-button SW3.

4.9.6 RAM, EPROMs and EEPROM


The EEPROM U71 contains the functional parameters of the UPS and the adjustments.
The RAM U58 contains the history of the alarms of the UPS. Up to 900 events can be stored
in this device and the backup battery allows to preserve the information for three days after the
power has been removed.
The two EPROMs contain:
U55 Program odd addresses
U65 Program even addresses.

4.9.7 Digital Power Supply


The digital part of the I/S CL has its own power supply (5 volts). This voltage can be checked
on the LED D69 (green) and measured between U75 pin 2 (ground) and pin 3.

4.9.8 RCB board


The RCB is an additional card which is fixed on the I/S-CL. It contains the drivers for the
digital outputs of the microprocessor. Each output is de-coupled and buffered on this card. The
RCB contains also the RS232 and RS485 drivers for the communication.

4.9.9 SCB board and Thyristor drivers


The SCB is an additional card which is fixed on the I/S-CL. It contains the decisional logic for
both bypass and inverter static switches. It can drive directly the bypass static switch or send
the command to the I/S-CL to close the inverter static switch.
This card can be programmed through the jumpers J1J8 (see picture 12) and it is powered
directly by the emergency line at +5V (see par. 4.5.1). This supply can be checked on the LED
L1 (green) and measured between U11 pin 10 (ground) and pin 20.

4.9.10 Current Limitation and Max Current Stop


The current flowing in the inverter bridge is measured through a hall-effect current transducer
on the M1 pin 2.
The maximum current level for the inverter stop (desaturation) can be programmed by
closing the jumpers J9, J10 and J100. These jumpers must be programmed on each unit
according to the indications given in the table below. As the maximum current stop comparator
commutates the LED D3 red becomes on, the inverter is stopped and the current stop signal is
sent to the microprocessor (alarm A24 - Current Stop).
The inverter can be reset by pressing the reset push-button SW4. This protection works in
case of a fault or wrong operation on the unit.
Normally the inverter output current is controlled by the current limitation block. The current
can be checked on the test point TP2 and the limitation level can be adjusted by turning the
potentiometer P2 on the I/S-CL (see the IMB.e-ITB.e Test Procedure). As the output current

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exceeds the limitation value the short circuit detector sends the short circuit signal to the
microprocessor (alarm A25 - Short Circuit).
For IMB.e:

VDCNOM

Resistors
on I/S-CL

J9

J10

J100

110

22+47

Open

Closed

Open

220*

100+33

Open

Closed

Open

110

33

Open

Closed

Closed

220

22+47

Open

Closed

Open

110

33

Open

Closed

Closed

220

22+33

Open

Closed

Open

110

47

Closed

Open

Closed

220

33

Open

Closed

Closed

110

33

Open

Closed

Closed

220

33

Open

Closed

Closed

110

22

Closed

Closed

Open

220

47

Closed

Open

Closed

110

22

Closed

Closed

Open

220

47

Closed

Open

Closed

60

220

33

Open

Closed

Closed

80

220

22

Closed

Closed

Open

100

220

22

Closed

Closed

Open

UPS
[kVA]
5

10

15

20

30

40

50

JUMPERS

R18 (J100) = 22R-2W; R39 (J10) = 47R-2W; R40 (J9) = 33R-2W


* In this size R18 (J100) must be 100R-2W.

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For ITB.e:
UPS
[kVA]

VDCNOM

Resistors
on I/S-CL

J9

J10

J100

110*

100+33

Open

Closed

Open

220*

100+33

Open

Closed

Open

110

22+47

Closed

Open

Open

220*

100+33

Open

Closed

Open

110

22+33

Open

Closed

Open

220

22+47

Closed

Open

Open

110

33

Open

Closed

Closed

220

22+47

Closed

Open

Open

110

22+33

Open

Closed

Open

220

47

Closed

Open

Closed

110

47

Closed

Open

Closed

220

22+47

Closed

Open

Open

110

47

Closed

Open

Closed

220

22+33

Open

Closed

Open

110

33

Open

Closed

Closed

220

22+33

Open

Closed

Open

110

22

Closed

Closed

Open

220

33

Open

Closed

Closed

110

22

Closed

Closed

Open

220

33

Open

Closed

Closed

120

220

22

Closed

Closed

Open

160

220

22

Closed

Closed

Open

200

220

22

Closed

Closed

Open

10

15

20

30

40

50

60

80

100

JUMPERS

R18 (J100) = 22R-2W; R39 (J10) = 47R-2W; R40 (J9) = 33R-2W

* In the size 5kVA-110Vdc, and in the size 5kVA and 10kVA220Vdc resistor R18
must be replaced with 100R.

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4.9.11 VCB board
The VCB is an additional card which is fixed on the I/S-CL (three of these are needed for
ITB.e). It contains the sine-wave generator which converts the digital samples of the sine-wave
coming from the microprocessor into an analog signal which is transferred to the PWM
generator (see below). This card can be programmed by the J1 to work in manual control, (in
this case the inverter output voltage can be controlled manually by turning the potentiometer P1
on the I/S-CL) or in closed loop control (in this case the inverter output voltage can be set by
turning the potentiometer P1 on the VCB and it is kept the same in all the conditions by the
control loop). It is also possible to include or exclude the instantaneous value loop by adding or
removing the jumper J2 (see picture 13). This card also sends the measure of the inverter
output voltage to the microprocessor via the external A/D Converter.

4.9.12 PWM generator


The I/S control logic can be used to generate both single-phase and three-phase output
voltages. This function can be programmed by setting the jumper J1 on the I/S-CL. For singlephase units only one VCB card must be installed, whilst three VCB cards are used for the threephase units.
The PWM generator compares the sine-waves coming from the VCB card with a triangular
waveform at the switching frequency (U17 pin 6) to generate the PWM modulation to control the
inverter power bridge.

External A/D Converter


Several analog measures are sent to the microprocessor via the external A/D converter U22.
These measures can be found in the following points:
Measure
Inverter Output Voltage R
Inverter Output Voltage S
Inverter Output Voltage T
Output Current R
Output Current S
Output Current T
Inverter Input Voltage (DC)
Inverter Input Current (DC)
Phase Correction for Parallel Redundant
Battery Current for Boost Charger

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Channel
#0
#1
#2
#3
#4
#5
#6
#7
#8
#9

Test
Point
D43 (K)
D20 (K)
D21 (K)
D6 (K)
D33 (K)
D5 (K)
D23 (K)
D22 (K)
D42 (K)
D74 (K)

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Ad0
Ad1
Ad2
Ad3 Microprocessor
Ad4
Ad5
Reset

EEPROM

U71

Parameters

Odd

EPROM

Even

EPROM

Addresses and Data Bus

RAM

U65

History

U55

U11 pin 10

U11 pin 9

CN6

Relays
Output Buffer
U11

Optocouplers

Output Buffers
U74

P1

J2

Optocouplers

VCB

Sinus Wave
Generator
U4

Single Phase
Feed-back

J1

+12V-SCR

Optocouplers

Rx
Tx
Gnd
Pos

OutOut+
InIn+

RCB

CN4

In9

Battery Curr.

In8 Phase Correct.

In6 Inverter Inp. Volt.

In3 Output Curr. R


In4 Output Curr. S
In5 Output Curr. T

Optocouplers

Inv. Voltage R In0


Inv. Voltage S In1
Inv. Voltage T In2
DC Current In7

20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
20
1

16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

1
2
3
4
5
6

BYPASS SWITCH

U58
Backup battery

U75 pin 3

U75 pin 2

Addresses and Data Bus

Optocouplers

+12V

MBCB AUX. CONTACT

OCB AUX. CONTACT


U61

Digital
Power
Supply
U75

Optocouplers

Single Phase
Feed-back

VCB

Sinus Wave
Generator
U4

U15

BCB AUX. CONTACT

Watch-dog and
Undervoltage
Lockout

Optocouplers

P1

J2
J1

U14

EPO CONTACT

By-Pass R
By-Pass S
By-Pass T
Output R
Output S
Output T

Optocouplers

Single Phase
Feed-back

VCB

Sinus Wave
Generator
U4

CN5

SPARE

SPARE

MAINS FAULT

J1 J2 J3 J4

Inverter Feed Load Signal

Optocouplers

CHARGER FAULT
SPARE

U11 pin 20

P1

J2
J1

+5V

BT

THERMAL SWITCH

SPARE

+5ST

SCB

Fast Analog to Digital Conversion


Channels

Short Circuit
Detector

SW3

P1

Analog
Power
Supply
U7

+12V

Static Switch
Control Programmable J5 J6 J7 J8
Array Logics
Thyristors
Driver

Max Current
Stop

J1

D11

RS232
Buffer

L1

RS485
Buffer

External A/D
Converter
U22

Optocouplers

J9 J10 J100

PWM Generator
U9-U14

CN4-1
CN4-2
CN4-3 CN4-8
CN4-9
CN4-10

U7 pin 1

M2-9CN3-2 CN4-6
CN8-8
CN8-9
CN8-10

U7 pin 2

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U11 pin 10

Inverter Bridge Current

Switching Frequency
Generator U17

CN2

RELAY #2
RELAY #3
RELAY #1
RELAY #4
RELAY #5
RELAY #6
RELAY #7
POS-REL
POS-REL
POS-REL
K1
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

D69

SW1

Current
Limitation

CN1

CN14-9
CN14-10
CN14-2
CN14-1

RESET
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

Short Circuit
Signal

Optocoupler
U39

SW2
CN13-7
CN13-6
CN13-5
CN13-2
CN13-3
CN13-4
CN10

L2
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

+5ST

Input Latches
U67-U68
Display
Driver
Current Stop
Signal

Thyristors
Driver
L1

Input Latches
U48-U52-U53
IGBT's Current
Selection

P2

CN7

D3
SW4

+24V

GND

M1-2

CN5
CN9
CN11

M2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

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M3

RESET

TP2

M1

2
1

Picture 10 Card I/S-CL block diagram

IMB.e ITB.e operating description

CN6

Analog
ground
J9

R40-100R
R39-47R

J10

CN4

CN5

Current
Test point
D8-short circuit
CN3

CN2

J11-MBCB
Reset max.
Aux. contact
curr.
NC=1-2
NA=2-3
CN1

M1
Led
max corr.
J100

CN7

J1
1Ph = 1-2
3Ph = 2-3

M2
R18
22R

Man. Inv.
volt. adj.
ACW=incr.
Modul.

M3
P2
Curr. limit. adjust.
ACW=increase curr.
D11
Correct
+12V analog

U17
Pin 6=Triangle

CN8
R66
6K8 = 8KHz
13K3 = 4KHz

D23
Vdc measur.

CN11

CN10
Front
panel

CNB

CN9

RSTRST
Emer. line - Output
(D65..D52)

CN14

CN13

J2
Battery connected
1-2 Closed = backup

CN8

CN12
Debug
CN7

ODD

Reset

Normal
Debug
selection

EVN

CN15

Microprocessor
ground

Picture 11 Card I/S-CL

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+8V digital

J7
Open=Watchdog
excluded
Closed=Watchdog
included

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4.9.13 Card SCB


TP1-2

U12
SAFE_22

JP3

U11
OUTGEN

JP7

JP2
Open = aut. Retransfer
Closed = man. retransfer

JP1
Closed = single unit
Open = hot stand by parallel red.

JP4

JP8

JP5

JP6

Picture 12 Card SCB


NOTE
For parallel redundant UPS, U11 must be changed to OUTGEN 41 and U22 to SAFE1_23.

4.9.14 Card VCB


P1
Close loop inverter voltage adj.

J1
Inv. Voltage reg.
1-2 = closed loop
2-3 = manual

J2
Closed = istant. loop included
Open = istant. loop not included

J3
Always open

Picture 13 Card VCB

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4.10 FCI (FREE CONTACT INTERFACE)
The FCI board provides a de-coupling function for all the digital inputs and its connected to
the microprocessor through the terminal M2. In detail the function of each relay is the following:
K1
K2
K3
K4
K5
K6
K7
K8
K9

(terminals 17-18)
(terminals 15-16)
(terminals 13-14)
(terminals 11-12)
(terminals 9-10)
(terminals 7-8)
(terminals 5-6)
(terminals 3-4)
(terminals 1-2)

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Inverter bridge thermal sensors
MBCB (manual by-pass breaker) position
SW1 (by-pass test switch) position
OCB (UPS output breaker) position
used with AC-UPS panel (not used here)
EPO (Emergency Power Off)
Fans failure contact from card FMC
Inverter ON/OFF via external selector

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APPENDIX A: ROTARY CONFIGURATION


A.1 CONFIGURATION 1 WITHOUT SBCB
The picture below shows the block diagram of rotary-sw configuration 1 without SBCB.

A.2 CONFIGURATION 1 WITH SBCB


The picture below shows the block diagram of rotary-sw configuration 1, with SBCB, for a
single inverter.

The picture below shows the block diagram of rotary-sw configuration 1, with SBCB, for a
parallel system.

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A.3 CONFIGURATION 2 SINGLE:
The picture below shows the block diagram of rotary-sw configuration 2 for a single inverter.

A.4 CONFIGURATION 2 PARALLEL:


The pictures below show two possible block diagrams of rotary-sw configuration 2 for a
parallel system.

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ITB.e / IMB.e MAINTENANCE MANUAL


Index
1

MAINTENANCE .................................................................................... 2

1.1
MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS ...............................................................................2
1.1.1
Visual inspection of electrical connections ......................................................2
1.1.2
Check of alarms on front panel display.............................................................2
1.1.3
Air Filter check and cleaning..............................................................................3
1.1.4
Check of DC filter capacitors..............................................................................3
1.1.5
Fan control and cleaning ....................................................................................3
1.1.6
Check of input voltage ........................................................................................4
1.1.7
Check of input current ........................................................................................4
1.1.8
Check of output voltage......................................................................................4
1.1.9
Check of bypass functionality............................................................................4
1.1.10 Cleaning of magnetic parts.................................................................................4
1.1.11 Cleaning of electronic boards ............................................................................4

MAINTENANCE PROGRAM ................................................................ 5

Index of pictures
Picture 1 Front panel .2

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ITB.e / IMB.e Maintenance

MAINTENANCE

The following paragraphs describe the operations of preventive maintenance to be


carried out on single-phase inverters (IMB.e) and three-phase inverters (ITB.e).
1.1

MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS

To carry out maintenance work safely the inverter (both inverters in case of
parallel redundant systems) will be put in manual By-Pass allowing to supply loads
directly with the emergency line.
1.1.1
Visual inspection of electrical connections
Make sure all cables and / or bars are firmly tightened to the clamps connection and
that no connection has loosened. A link not perfectly executed can increase the
resistance of contact with all its consequences such as heating connection and
increased voltage drop of the line.
1.1.2
Check of alarms on front panel display
In order to verify the proper functioning of the system is advisable to check the history of
alarms. This can be done through the front panel (see Operational Manual ITB.e)
If necessary, it is possible even simulate a condition of alarm (or an indication) to test
the effective functioning of signalization.

2
7

ALARM/STATUS 1

10

ALARM/STATUS 2

11

ALARM/STATUS 3

12

ALARM/STATUS 4

13

ALARM/STATUS 5

14

ALARM/STATUS 6

15

ALARM/STATUS 7

16

ALARM/STATUS 8

17

ALARM/STATUS 9

18

ALARM/STATUS 10

4
6
5

EPO

ENT

UP

DOWN

ENTER

R
BUZ. OFF

RESET

LED
TEST

Picture 1 Front panel

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LED 1

Lit-up green = DC voltage present


Otherwise off.

LED 2

Lit-up green = Emergency line present


Otherwise off.

LED 3

Lit-up green = DC voltage in tolerance.


Lit-up red = DC voltage out of tolerance.

LED 4

Lit-up green = Inverter static switch closed.


Otherwise off.

LED 5

Lit-up orange = Emergency line static switch closed.


Otherwise off.

LED 6

Lit-up green = Voltage present on the load.


Lit-up orange = OCB circuit breaker open.

LED 7

Lit-up orange = Manual by-pass closed.


Otherwise off.

LED 8

Lit-up red = EPO (Emergency Power Off) activated.

The meanings of Leds from 9 to 18 are depending from applications and are written
beside the leds on the front panel.
1.1.3
Air Filter check and cleaning
Check whether the air input / output is blocked by dirt. If so clean them with compressed
air blowing from the inside of the cabinet
1.1.4
Check of DC filter capacitors
Remove the front protections of inverter removing the screws. Check that the DC
capacitors present no swelling or loss of electrolyte.
On the capacitors there is a dangerous voltage so we recommend making this
check with the inverter off.
1.1.5
Fan control and cleaning
Monitoring the proper functioning of fans can be done with inverters switched on
ensuring that on front panels not to appear the alarm "A20 FAN FAILURE." In any case
it is advisable to remove dust possibly deposited on the fans through a brush and blow
with compressed air. To do this the inverters shall be put on manual bypass and the
protections removed for gaining access to fans.

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1.1.6
Check of input voltage
Check with a DC multimeter that the input voltage is within the limits defined in the
data sheet.
1.1.7
Check of input current
Check with a DC current clamp that the input current is within the permitted range.
1.1.8
Check of output voltage
Check through an oscilloscope connected to the output terminal that the output voltage
waveform does not have excessive distortion.
1.1.9
Check of bypass functionality
Place
the
NORMAL-BYPASS
selector
on
"
Bypass
"
position.
Verify that the load is fed by the emergency line through the bypass static switch.
Return the selector NORMAL-BYPASS " on " Normal " position and verify that the
Inveter return to supply the load.
1.1.10

Cleaning of magnetic parts

This operation should be done with Inverters off


.
Open the doors of inverter cabinets. Remove protection by removing the screws.
Remove dust deposited on the magnetic parts through a brush and blow with
compressed air inside the gorges of the windings to remove any deposits.
1.1.11

Cleaning of electronic boards

This operation should be done with Inverters off.


Open the front doors of inverter cabinets. Remove the protections by removing the
screws. Using a brush and / or blowing compressed air, eliminate dust deposited on the
cards

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Equipment

ITB_e
IMB_e

Operation
Visual inspection of electrical connections
Check of alarms on front panel dislpay
Air Filter check and cleaning
Check of DC filter capacitors
Fan control & cleaning
Check of input voltage
Check of input current
Check of output voltage
Check of bypass functionality
Cleaning of magnetic parts
Cleaning of electronic boards

Frequency
1 Year
6 Months
1 Year (*)
1 Year
1 Year (*)
1 Year
1 Year
1 Year
1 Year
2 Year (*)
2 Year (*)

(*) In case of equipment operating in places particularly dusty increase the frequency of operation

WARNING
If the values found or the result of tests made following the procedures described on
Chapter 2( Maintenance ) are different from those expected please contact the
customer service.
The manufacturer declines any responsibility for damage to people or things,
deriving from the non-fulfilment of the instructions or from wrong manoeuvres
made by not qualified personnel.

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IMB.e - ITB.e TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURE


Index
1

INTRODUCTION.................................................................................. 5

TROUBLESHOOTING......................................................................... 5
2.1

A4 THERMAL IMAGE ................................................................................... 5

2.1.1
2.2

Troubleshooting procedure .................................................................... 5

A5 DC FAULT ................................................................................................ 5

2.2.1
2.3

Troubleshooting procedure .................................................................... 5

A13 INVERTER OUT OF TOLERANCE ........................................................ 6

2.3.1
2.4

Troubleshooting procedure .................................................................... 6

A14 OVERLOAD ........................................................................................... 7

2.4.1
2.5

Troubleshooting procedure .................................................................... 7

A15 BYPASS FAULT .................................................................................... 7

2.5.1
2.6

Troubleshooting procedure .................................................................... 8

A16 BYPASS FEED LOAD ........................................................................... 9

2.6.1
2.7

Troubleshooting procedure .................................................................... 9

A17 RETRANSFER BLOCKED..................................................................... 9

2.7.1
2.8

Troubleshooting procedure .................................................................... 9

A18 MANUAL BYPASS CLOSED............................................................... 10

2.8.1
2.9

Troubleshooting procedure .................................................................. 10

A19 OCB OPEN........................................................................................... 10

2.9.1
2.10

Troubleshooting procedure .................................................................. 10


A20 FANS FAILURE ................................................................................ 10

2.10.1
2.11

A21 HIGH TEMPERATURE ..................................................................... 11

2.11.1
2.12

Rev.

C
D
E
F

Troubleshooting procedure ............................................................... 11

A22 BYPASS SWITCH ............................................................................ 11

2.12.1
2.13

Troubleshooting procedure ............................................................... 10

Troubleshooting procedure ............................................................... 11

A23 EPO BUS .......................................................................................... 11

Descrizione
Description

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Data
Date

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Issued

Controllato
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Approvato
Approved

26.09.11
17.05.12
27.08.12
24.09.12

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2.13.1
2.14

A24 CURRENT STOP ............................................................................. 12

2.14.1
2.15
2.16
2.17

Troubleshooting procedure .............................................................. 13

A27 ELCB OPEN (OPTION) ................................................................... 13

2.17.1

Troubleshooting procedure .............................................................. 13

2.18

A28 OUTPUT OVERVOLTAGE .............................................................. 13

2.19

A29 OUTPUT UNDERVOLTAGE ............................................................ 13

PCBS AND COMPONENTS SUBSTITUTION .................................. 14


3.1

PCBS SUBSTITUTION ................................................................................. 14

3.1.1

PS-LV / PS-MV / PS-SAT (POWER SUPPLY) ................................... 14

3.1.2

I/S-CL (PROCESSOR CONTROL) ................................................... 15

3.1.3

INV-AV-1F (INVERTER VOLTAGE FEEDBACK) FOR IMB.e ............ 20

3.1.4

INV-AV-3F (INVERTER VOLTAGE FEEDBACK) FOR ITB.e ............. 20

3.1.5

VOLT-REF-1F (EM. LINE/OUT VOLTAGE FEEDBACK) FOR IMB.e. 21

3.1.6

VOLT-REF-3F (EM. LINE/OUT VOLTAGE FEEDBACK) FOR ITB.e . 21

3.2

COMPONENTS SUBSTITUTION .................................................................. 22

3.2.1

INVERTER BRIDGE IGBTS .................................................................. 22

3.2.2

STATIC SWITCH THYRISTORS ............................................................ 22

ON-FIELD TEST PROCEDURES ...................................................... 23


4.1

INVERTER ..................................................................................................... 23

4.1.1

General notes on the TEST mode ........................................................ 23

4.1.2

EXTERNAL POWER SUPPLY ............................................................... 23

4.1.3

Blank test of the card I/S-CL ................................................................. 23

4.1.4

Inverter manual start-up ....................................................................... 25

4.1.5

Inverter automatic start-up ................................................................... 25

4.2

Troubleshooting procedure .............................................................. 13

A26 SBCB OPEN .................................................................................... 13

2.16.1

Troubleshooting procedure .............................................................. 12

A25 SHORT CIRCUIT ............................................................................. 12

2.15.1

Troubleshooting procedure .............................................................. 12

STATIC SWITCH ........................................................................................... 26

4.2.1

Check of the redundant supply ............................................................ 26

4.2.2

Commutation tests ................................................................................ 26

ROTARY CONFIGURATION ............................................................. 27


5.1

CONFIGURATION 1 WITHOUT SBCB ......................................................... 27

5.2

CONFIGURATION 1 WITH SBCB ................................................................. 27

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5.3

CONFIGURATION 2 SINGLE:........................................................................ 29

5.4

CONFIGURATION 2 PARALLEL: .................................................................. 30

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Index of pictures / tables


Picture 1 Signal on cathode of D65 ........................................................................................................... 8
Picture 2 IGBT turn-on signal .................................................................................................................. 14
Table 1 - DSW 1 ......................................................................................................................................... 15
Table 2 - DSW 2 ......................................................................................................................................... 15
Picture 3 Current signal on TP2 at 100% of load .................................................................................... 18
Picture 4 Triangle waveform .................................................................................................................... 24

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1 INTRODUCTION
This troubleshooting includes a first level fault description starting from the inverter alarms
and suggests how to check the unit to solve the problems. This description assumes that all the
connections inside the unit are correct: check them (connectors, power cables, signals and so
on) before to start with the procedures. The first level troubleshooting consists of substituting
the components of the IMB.e without attempting to repair them.
NOTE
All the technical descriptions that follow refers to inverter systems installing the software
release I183STD or following

2 TROUBLESHOOTING
2.1 A4 THERMAL IMAGE
This alarm normally indicates that the thermal protection has stopped the inverter.
The output current trasformers measure an output current exceeding the nominal output
current (see the alarm A14 Overload). The microprocessor starts to calculate the energy pulse
I2t. As this pulse reaches the 100% the inverter is stopped for 30' and the load is transferred to
the emergency line.

2.1.1 Troubleshooting procedure


1.

Measure the inverter output current and compare the measure with the reading on the
UPSTest screen (or front panel). Are the values shown equal to those measured?
YES: go to step #2
NO: replace the card INV-AV-1F for IMB.e or INV-AV-3F for ITB.e and re-adjust the
output current reading with the UPSTest (see chapter JUD411293 UPS test
software for details on the software commands). Go to step #3

2.

Is the alarm A14 - Overload present? (The output current exceeds the UPS nominal
current)
YES: the overload is still present. Reduce the load.
NO: the overload has finished and the load is supplied by by-pass. Check that the
gauge ACCUMU on the UPSTest software is decreasing to zero. As soon as it
reaches zero the inverter is switched on again.

3.

Repeat the step #1. Are the values shown equal to those measured?
YES: END. Check that the load doesnt exceed the nominal load.
NO: replace the I/S-CL

2.2 A5 DC FAULT
This alarm normally indicates that the inverter input DC voltage is out of the limits
programmed for the correct operation of the inverter. These limits can be checked on the test
software.
The measure of the DC voltage comes from the POWER SUPPLY connector CN4 (pins 1-23-4: Ground; pin 5-6: Measure) to the I/S-CL through the diode D23 (K).

2.2.1 Troubleshooting procedure


1.

Measure the inverter input voltage. Is it within the limits shown on the UPSTest
software, under VDC data?
YES: go to step #2
NO: END. Check the inverter DC supply

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2.

Check the measure of the DC voltage on the test software and adjust it by the TVBA
command. Does the measure change?
YES: go to step #3
NO: replace the card I/S-CL

3.

Put the unit in manual by-pass (or switch it off if permitted) and switch it on again. Is the
measure correct?
YES: END
NO: replace the POWER SUPPLY card (see procedure at 3.1.1). Go to step #4

4.

After replacing the POWER SUPPLY, is the measure correct?


YES: END
NO: replace the card I/S-CL

2.3 A13 INVERTER OUT OF TOLERANCE


This alarm indicates that the inverter output voltage is outside the tolerance values (see
UPSTest screen for details). This alarm generally occurs together with other alarms.

2.3.1 Troubleshooting procedure


1.

Is the inverter ON? (red LEDs on the driver boards ON)


YES: go to step #2
NO: go to step #5

2.

Measure the inverter output voltage (upstream the inverter static switch) and compare
the measure with the reading on the UPSTest screen (or front panel). Are the values
shown equal to those measured?
YES: go to step #3
NO: re-adjust the inverter voltage reading with the UPSTest (see chapter JUD411293
UPS test software for details on the software commands). Go to step #4

3.

Is the inverter output voltage over the higher limit?


YES: replace the card INV-AV-1F for IMB.e or INV-AV-3F for ITB.e
NO: check the inverter settings on the card I/S-CL (nominal power, nominal voltage)

4.

Switch off the inverter, switch it on again and check the measures on the UPSTest
screen. Are the values shown equal to those measured?
YES: END
NO: replace the card I/S-CL

5.

Is the alarm A4 Thermal image present?


YES: follow the procedure described at 2.1.1
NO: go to step #6

6.

Is the alarm A5 DC fault present?


YES: follow the procedure described at 2.2.1
NO: go to step #7

7.

Is the alarm A18 Manual bypass closed present?


YES: follow the procedure described at 2.8.1
NO: go to step #8

8.

Is the alarm A21 High temperature present?


YES: follow the procedure described at 2.11.1
NO: go to step #9

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9.

Is the alarm A23 EPO bus present?


YES: follow the procedure described at 2.13.1
NO: go to step #10

10.

Is the alarm A24 Current stop present?


YES: follow the procedure described at 2.14.1
NO: go to step #11

11.

In case the inverter turn-on and off cyclically check for the alarm A25 in the alarms
History and follow the procedure described at 2.15.1.

2.4 A14 OVERLOAD


This alarm normally indicates that load at the output of the inverter exceeds the nominal
power. The output current transformers measure an output current exceeding the nominal
output current. The alarms is activated and the thermal image protection (see the alarm A4
Thermal image) starts to calculate the thermal pulse.

2.4.1 Troubleshooting procedure


1.

Measure the output current with a current clamp. Does it exceed the inverter nominal
current?
YES: END; A overload is present. Check and/or reduce the load.
NO: go to step #2

2.

Compare the measure with the reading on the UPSTest screen (or front panel). Are the
values shown equal to those measured?
YES: check the inverter settings on the card I/S-CL (nominal power, nominal voltage)
NO: replace the INV-AV-1F for IMB.e or INV-AV-3F for ITB.e and re-adjust the output
current reading with the UPSTest (see chapter JUD411293 UPS test software
for details on the software commands). Go to step #3

3.

Repeat the step #2. Are the values shown equal to those measured?
YES: END. Check that the load doesnt exceed the nominal load.
NO: replace the I/S-CL

4.

With the inverter on and SBCB off, measure the voltage upstream the by-pass
thyristors. Is it equal to zero?
YES: replace the card I/S-CL
NO: replace the bypass static switch thyristor (the thyristor is in short circuit).

2.5 A15 BYPASS FAULT


This alarm indicates that emergency line is not available.
The emergency line is connected to the UPS through the SBCB circuit breaker to the VOLTREF-1F CN1 for IMB.e or VOLT-REF-3F CN1 for ITB.e; this cards adapt the signal to the
microprocessor and send it through the connector CN4 to the I/S-CL CN13 This signal can be
checked on the I/S-CL in the following point (picture 1 shows the waveform):
Microprocessor ground Cathode of D65
The emergency line is checked as frequency (the frequency limits can be programmed
through the command TFFR; if the frequency is ok the variable FROK is active), as RMS value
(if the RMS value is ok the variable RMSOK is active) and instantaneous value.

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Picture 1 Signal on cathode of D65

2.5.1 Troubleshooting procedure


1.

Is the input voltage present and within the tolerance?


YES: go to step #2
NO: check the emergency line

2.

Check the emergency line protection fuse. Is it OK?


YES: go to step #3
NO: replace the fuse

3.

Measure the by-pass input voltage and compare the measure with the reading on the
UPSTest screen (or front panel). Are the values shown equal to those measured?
YES: go to step #5
NO: replace the card VOLT-REF-1F for IMB.e or VOLT-REF-3F for ITB.e. Go to step
#4

4.

After replacing the VOLT-REF board, are the values shown equal to those measured?
YES: END
NO: replace the card I/S-CL

5.

Is the variable RMSOK active on the UPSTest program?


YES: go to step #6
NO: check the phase sequence

6.

Is the variable FROK active on the UPSTest program?


YES: replace the card I/S-CL
NO: go to step #7

7.

Measure the by-pass input frequency. Is it within the tolerance limits?


YES: replace the card I/S-CL
NO: check and/or adjust the input frequency

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2.6 A16 BYPASS FEED LOAD


This alarm indicates that the emergency line (by-pass) is feeding the load. Normally this
alarm occurs if the inverter is switched off (check for the alarm A13 Inverter out of tolerance).
In this case the reason for the inverter failure must be investigated (refer to the procedure
described at 2.3.1).

2.6.1 Troubleshooting procedure


1.

Is the alarm A13 present?


YES: follow the procedure described at 2.4.1
NO: go to step #2

2.

Is the alarm A22 present?


YES: follow the procedure described at 2.13.1
NO: go to step #3

3.

Measure the IMB.e / ITB.e output voltage. Is it within the tolerance limits?
YES: go to step #4
NO: check the static switch thyristors

4.

Compare the measure with the reading on the UPSTest screen (or front panel). Are the
values shown equal to those measured?
YES: replace the card I/S-CL
NO: replace the card VOLT-REF-1F for IMB.e or VOLT-REF-3F for ITB.e. Go to step
#5

5.

After replacing the VOLT-REF board, are the values shown equal to those measured?
YES: END
NO: replace the card I/S-CL

2.7 A17 RETRANSFER BLOCKED


This alarm indicates that the load is blocked on the emergency line (by-pass) after 6
transfers to by-pass in 2 minutes. Normally it occurs when there are several heavy load steps
(like motors starting, printers and so on) in a very short time. In this case, as the current
exceeds two times the nominal value, the short circuit monitor (see alarm A25 Short circuit)
transfers automatically the load to by-pass, and after a few seconds the inverter takes back the
load. If this situation happens six times in two minutes, the IMB.e / ITB.e protect itself by
blocking the load to by-pass and the alarm is activated. This condition can be reset by sending
the command RESE000 or by resetting the system from the special menu in the front panel.

2.7.1 Troubleshooting procedure


1.

Are there heavy load steps exceeding two times the nominal output current?
YES: check and/or reduce the load
NO: go to step #2

2.

Open SBCB (by-pass line breaker), turn on the inverter only and check the output
voltage waveform (downstream the inverter static switch). Is it sinusoidal?
YES: go to step #3
NO: replace the inverter static switch thyristor

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3.

With the inverter on and SBCB off, measure the voltage upstream the by-pass
thyristors. Is it equal to zero?
YES: replace the card I/S-CL
NO: replace the emergency line static switch thyristors.

2.8 A18 MANUAL BYPASS CLOSED


This alarm indicates that the manual bypass circuit breaker is closed. This signal comes from
the MBCB circuit breaker auxiliary contact to the I/S-CL M3 pins 13-14.
When MBCB is closed together with OCB the electronic protection turn off the inverter
generating the alarm A13.

2.8.1 Troubleshooting procedure


1.

Is the manual by-pass breaker MBCB closed?


YES: END
NO: go to step #2

2.

Check the status of the pins 13-14 of M3 in the Card I/S-CL. Is the contact open?
YES: replace the card I/S-CL
NO: replace the MBCB auxiliary contact

2.9 A19 OCB OPEN


This alarm indicates that the IMB.e / ITB.e output circuit breaker is open. This signal comes
from the OCB circuit breaker auxiliary contact to the I/S-CL M3 pins 9-10.

2.9.1 Troubleshooting procedure


1.

Is the output breaker OCB open?


YES: END
NO: go to step #2

2.

Check the status of the pins 9-10 of M3 in the Card I/S-CL. Is the contact closed?
YES: replace the card I/S-CL
NO: replace the OCB auxiliary contact

2.10 A20 FANS FAILURE


This alarm normally indicates that there is at least one defective cooling fan.
The normally closed contact coming from the fans monitoring card FMC is connected to the
connector M3 (3-4) of the card I/S-CL.

2.10.1 Troubleshooting procedure


1.

Check the fans monitoring card FMC. Is there any red LED lit?
YES: replace the fan connected to the channel indicated by the RED led. Go to step #2
NO: go to step #3

2.

Re-start the inverter. Does the alarm occur again?


YES: replace the card FMC
NO: END

3.

Is the green LED DL5 lit?


YES: go to step #4
NO: replace the card FMC

4.

Check the connection between the card FMC and the connector M3 of the card I/S-CL.
Is it OK?

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YES: replace the card I/S-CL
NO: re-connect or replace the interconnection cable

2.11 A21 HIGH TEMPERATURE


This alarm indicates that the thermal switch on the bridge heatsink has stopped the inverter.
The thermal switch(es) mounted on the inverter bridge heatsink(s) is normally closed, as the
temperature exceeds 80C the thermal switch opens. The signal comes directly from TH1 to the
I/S-CL M3 pins 15-16.

2.11.1 Troubleshooting procedure


1.

Is the temperature of the heatsink lower than 80C?


YES: go to step #2
NO: go to step #3

2.

Check the status of the pins 15-16 of M3 in the Card I/S-CL. Is the contact closed?
YES: replace the card I/S-CL
NO: replace the faulty thermal switch

3.

Are the cooling fans correctly working?


YES: check the load. Repeated overloads (alarms A14, A4) have caused the UPS
overheating
NO: replace the faulty fan/fans

2.12 A22 BYPASS SWITCH


The IMB.e / ITB.e is equipped with a bypass switch that forces the load to emergency line. If
this switch is in the Bypass position the alarm A22 is activated and the load is transferred to
emergency line (see alarm A16 Bypass feeds load). This signal comes directly from the switch
SW1 to the I/S-CL M3 pins 11-12.

2.12.1 Troubleshooting procedure


1.

Is the switch in NORMAL position?


YES: go to step #2
NO: END; move it to NORMAL

2.

Check the status of the pins 11-12 of M3 in the Card I/S-CL. Is the contact closed?
YES: replace the card I/S-CL
NO: replace the switch SW1

2.13 A23 EPO BUS


The IMB.e / ITB.e is equipped with two terminals (XEac1-XEac2) for connection of the
remote emergency shutdown push-button. If the remote push-button is pressed the systems is
stopped, the alarm A23 is activated and there is no voltage at the output of the IMB.e / ITB.e.
This signal comes directly from the terminals Eac1-Eac2 to the I/S-CL M3 pins 5-6.
WARNING
This push button doesnt insulate the system from the input supplies.
For maintenance disconnect the IMB.e as indicated in the manual by-pass procedure.

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2.13.1 Troubleshooting procedure
1.

Is the EPO push-button pressed?


YES: END. Check the reason why the button has been pressed; before pressing it
again check that no danger to persons or things will be caused by the IMB.e restart.
NO: go to step #2

2.

Check the status of the pins 5-6 of M3 in the Card I/S-CL. Is the contact closed?
YES: replace the card I/S-CL
NO: replace EPO push-button

2.14 A24 CURRENT STOP


This alarm indicates that the maximum current monitor has detected a fault on the inverter
bridge. The hall effect transducer(s) at the inverter input measures the inverter bridge current
and send the signal to the I/S-CL on the connector M1. If the current on the bridge exceeds the
250% of the nominal current the current stop protection activates and the inverter is stopped.

2.14.1 Troubleshooting procedure


1.

Check the IGBTs by following the procedure described at 3.2.1. Is there any IGBT or
driver board broken?
YES: replace the broken components, repeat the checks and re-start the unit.
NO: go to step #2

2.

Check the status of the battery. If the battery life has almost expired and its voltage
drops quickly it might cause the current on the bridge to exceed the current stop
protection during short mains failures. Are the batteries OK?
YES: go to step #3
NO: replace the batteries

3.

Check the IGBTs turn-on signal (see picture 2). Is it OK?


YES: follow the procedure described at 2.15.1
NO: adjust it by turning the potentiometer P2 on the POWER SUPPLY board. Go to
step #4

4.

Re-start the inverter. Does the alarm occur again?


YES: replace the POWER SUPPLY board. Go to step #5
NO: END

5.

Re-start the inverter. Does the alarm occur again?


YES: replace the card I/S-CL
NO: END

2.15 A25 SHORT CIRCUIT


This alarm indicates that the short circuit monitor has detected a short at the output of the
inverter. The hall effect transducer(s) at the inverter input measures the inverter bridge current
and send the signal to the I/S-CL on the connector M1. This signal is amplified on the test point
TP2 and can be set at 4Vpeak at 100% load by rotating the potentiometer P2. As this signal
exceeds two times the nominal output current, the current limitation starts to work and the alarm
A25 is activated. This happens if the emergency line is not available, otherwise the load is
automatically transferred to emergency line. Normally the alarm A25 can be found in the alarm
history, as it is automatically reset as the short circuit is removed.

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2.15.1 Troubleshooting procedure
1.

Are there heavy load steps exceeding two times the nominal output current?
YES: check and/or reduce the load
NO: go to step #2

2.

Check the inverter input current waveform on test point TP2 (see picture 3). Is there
any spike or distortion?
YES: replace the IGBT driver boards. Go to step #3
NO: replace the card I/S-CL

3.

After replacing the IGBT driver boards, is the waveform on TP2 correct?
YES: END
NO: replace the POWER SUPPLY board. Go to step #4

4.

After replacing the POWER SUPPLY board, is the waveform on TP2 correct?
YES: END
NO: replace the IGBTs of the inverter bridge

2.16 A26 SBCB OPEN


This alarm indicates that the SBCB circuit breaker (when provided) is open.
This signal comes from the Emergency Line Static Switch circuit breaker (SBCB) auxiliary
contact to the I/S-CL M3 pins 7-8.

2.16.1 Troubleshooting procedure


1.

Is SBCB open?
YES: END
NO: go to step #2

2.

Check the status of the pins 7-8 of M3 in the Card I/S-CL. Is the contact closed?
YES: replace the card I/S-CL
NO: replace SBCB auxiliary contact

2.17 A27 ELCB OPEN (OPTION)


This alarm indicates that the IMB.e emergency line circuit breaker ELCB is open. This signal
comes from Emergency Line Input circuit breaker (ELCB) auxiliary contact to the I/S-CL M2 pins
5-6.

2.17.1 Troubleshooting procedure


1.

Is ELCB open?
YES: END
NO: go to step #2

2.

Check the status of the pins 5-6 of M2 in the Card I/S-CL. Is the contact closed?
YES: replace the card I/S-CL
NO: replace ELCB auxiliary contact

2.18 A28 OUTPUT OVERVOLTAGE


This alarm indicates that the output voltage is over a maximum threshold.

2.19 A29 OUTPUT UNDERVOLTAGE


This alarm indicates that the output voltage is under a minimum threshold.
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3 PCBS AND COMPONENTS SUBSTITUTION


This chapter describes in detail all the checks that have to be done after the substitution of
electronic boards or power components installed in the IMB.e / ITB.e systems, giving all the
instructions to check the operation parameters or to change IMB.e / ITB.e settings.

3.1 PCBS SUBSTITUTION


3.1.1 PS-LV / PS-MV / PS-SAT (POWER SUPPLY)
1. On the card I/S-CL move the DIP6 SW1 in position OFF.
2. Disconnect the connector CNB and connect the external power supply.
3. On the card I/S-CL check that the signal between ground and cathode of D23 is:
For 110Vdc IMB.e / ITB.e: 0,9Vdc with external PS supplying 120Vdc
For 220Vdc IMB.e / ITB.e: 1,2Vdc with external PS supplying 320Vdc
To modify the amplitude of the signal move the potentiometer P1 on the board PSLV/PS-MV/PS-SAT.
4. Select the manual operating mode on the card I/S-CL, moving the jumper J1 on the
card VCB in position 2-3.
5. Connect a PC to the serial port RS232, run the UPSTest software and press F6 to start
the IGBT bridge modulation (in alternative send the command INON000).
6. Check the signal between Gate and Source of the IGBTs according to the following
picture:

Picture 2 IGBT turn-on signal

7.
8.
9.
10.

If necessary modify the amplitude of the positive part of the waveform until it reaches
16V, moving the potentiometer P2 on the POWER SUPPLY board.
Turn-off the inverter by pressing F7 (in alternative send the command INOF000) and
disconnect the external power supply.
Select the Automatic operating mode on the card I/S-CL, moving the jumper J1 on the
card VCB in position 1-2
Move the DIP6 SW1 in position ON on the card I/S-CL.
Re-connect the connector CNB on the power supply PS-LV/PS-MV/PS-SAT.

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3.1.2 I/S-CL (PROCESSOR CONTROL)
1. Check the setting of DSW1 and DSW2 comparing them with the old board. For further
information the setting table is given below.
Dip n.
1
2
3
4
5
4
5
4
5
4
5
6
7
8

Status
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
On
On
Off
On
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On

Description
Single
Parallel
Frequency 50Hz
Frequency 60Hz
Single/Parallel
Hot Standby
Nominal Vout
220V (110V)
Nominal Vout
208V (127V)
Nominal Vout
230V (115V)
Nominal Vout
240V (120V)
Test
Normal
Buzzer disabled
Buzzer enabled
Three-phase output (ITB.e)
Single-phase output (IMB.e)

Table 1 - DSW 1
Dip n.
1
3
4
5
6
7
8
7
8
7
8
7
8

Status
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On
Off
On
On

Description
ON/OFF inverter by external switch
ON/OFF inverter automatic
INT-5 ARC interface
Single ARC board
Output range: 110-115-120-127 Vac
Output range: 208-220-230-240 Vac
Rotary switch installed
Rotary switch NOT installed
AC-UPS LCD panel (not used)
Standard LCD panel
Rotary configuration 1 without SBCB
Rotary configuration 1 with SBCB
Rotary configuration 2 single
Rotary configuration 2 parallel

Table 2 - DSW 2

For more details about the rotary-sw configurations see chapter 5.


2. Install the same software version (EPROM) that was installed in the old board.
3. Check the setting of the jumpers J3-J4-J5-J6 according to the following table

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Jumper

J1

J2

Used for

IMB.e/ITB.e
setting
1-2 for IMB.e
2-3 for ITB.e

Back-up
battery ON

Position

J3

J4

J5

J6

EPROMs setting

1-2

1-2

2-3

J7
Watchdog
protection

1-2

2-3

Closed

4. Check the resistor R66 (triangle amplitude) 6k81+6k81


5. Check the setting of the resistors R39-R40-R18 (current control circuit) according to the
following table.
For IMB.e:
UPS
[kVA]
5

10

15

20

30

40

VDCNOM
110
220

Resistors
on I/S-CL
22+47
100+33

Mount 100ohm 2W
on R18

JUMPERS
J9 (R40)

J10 (R39)

J100 (R18)

Closed

Open

Open

Open

Closed

Open

33

Open

Closed

Closed

220

22+47

Closed

Open

Open

110

33

Open

Closed

Closed

22+33

Open

Closed

Open

Closed

Open

Closed

Open

Closed

Closed

Closed

Open

Closed

Open

Closed

Closed

Closed

Open

Closed

Closed

Open

Closed

Closed

Open

Closed

Closed

Open

Closed

Closed

Open

Closed

Closed

Open

Closed

Closed

Open

Closed

110

220
110
220
110
220

39
33
39
33

110

27

220

47

110

27

220

39

60

220

39

80

220

27

100

220

27

50

Special
resistor on
I/S-CL
-

Mount 39ohm 2W
on R39

Mount 39ohm 2W
on R39

Mount 27ohm 2W
on R39

Mount 27ohm 2W
on R39
Mount 39ohm 2W
on R39
Mount 39ohm 2W
on R39
Mount 27ohm 2W
on R39
Mount 27ohm 2W
on R39

The resistor default values are


R18 (J100) = 22R-2W; R39 (J10) = 47R-2W; R40 (J9) = 33R-2W

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For ITB.e:
UPS
[kVA]
5

10

15

20

30

40

50

60

80

100
120

VDCNOM

Resistors
on I/S-CL

110

100+33

220

100+33+47

110
220

22+47

Mount 100ohm 2W
on R18
Mount 100ohm 2W
on R18

Mount 100ohm 2W
on R18

JUMPERS
J9 (R40)

J10 (R39)

J100 (R18)

Open

Closed

Open

Open

Open

Open

Closed

Open

Open

Open

Closed

Open

22+33

Open

Closed

Open

220

22+47

Closed

Open

Open

110

33

Open

Closed

Closed

220

22+47

Closed

Open

Open

110

22+47

Closed

Open

Open

47

Closed

Open

Closed

22+33

Open

Closed

Open

33+47

Open

Open

Closed

Closed

Open

Closed

Closed

Open

Open

Closed

Open

Closed

Closed

Open

Open

Closed

Open

Closed

Closed

Open

Closed

110

100+33

Special
resistor on
I/S-CL

220
110
220

Mount 39ohm 2W
on R39

110

39

220

22+47

110

27

220

22+47

110
220
110

27
47
27

220

47

220

47

160

220

27

200

220

27

Mount 27ohm 2W
on R39

Mount 27ohm 2W
on R39

Mount 27ohm 2W
on R39

Closed

Open

Closed

Closed

Open

Closed

Closed

Open

Closed

Closed

Open

Closed

Closed

Open

Closed

Mount 27ohm 2W
on R39
Mount 27ohm 2W
on R39

The resistor default values are


R18 (J100) = 22R-2W; R39 (J10) = 47R-2W; R40 (J9) = 33R-2W

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6. Measure the resistance between ground and TP2 (current protection) and set the same
value on the new board by means of the potentiometer P2. Take into account that the
peak value of the signal, adjustable by means of the potentiometer P2, must be equal to
4V at 100% of load. Check the waveform, and adjust the peak value (see picture 3)
according to the available load (load 100% Vp=4V, load 50% Vp=2V).

Picture 3 Current signal on TP2 at 100% of load

7. Check that the jumper J2 on the card VCB boards is closed (voltage correction inserted)
and that the jumper J1 is in position 1-2 (voltage loop closed).
8. Check the setting of the jumpers of the board SCB according to those of the old board.
NOTE
Generally only the replacement of the card I/S-CL is required, unless the failure cant be
easily identified, or depends on the interface circuits with the auxiliary boards (VCB, RCBCUS, SCB).
9. In case the card comes from a general purpose spares kit, it will be necessary to set all
the operating parameters before starting-up the inverter. In case the card is a specific
spare part for the system, jump to step 14.
10. Set the card in TEST mode by moving the DIP6 SW1 in OFF position.
11. Precharge the capacitors, close the input switch and supply the electronics.
12. Connect the UPSTest software and send the following commands (the tables below the
command give the suggested values):
LOBAxxx Low battery pre-alarm
VDC NOM
110
220

LOBA100
LOBA200

PHASxxx Internal frequency reference


OUT FREQ
50 Hz
60 Hz

Single IMB.e
/ ITB.e
PHAS270
PHAS300

Parallel
IMB.e / ITB.e
PHAS400
PHAS450

SVDCxxx Nominal DC voltage


VDC NOM
110
220

SVDC110
SVDC220

SHDCxxx High DC voltage fast shutdown


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VDC NOM
110
220

SHDC165
SHDC330

SLDCxxx Low DC voltage shutdown


VDC NOM
110
220

SLDC090
SLDC180

SMRDxxx High DC voltage slow shutdown (must be < SHDC)


VDC NOM
110
220

SMRD150
SMRD300

SOOVxxx Output Overvoltage


SBOVxxx Emergency line Overvoltage
VOUT NOM
110
115
120
127
208
220
230
240

Output
SOOV127
SOOV132
SOOV138
SOOV146
SOOV239
SOOV253
SOOV265
SOOV276

Em. Line
SBOV132
SBOV138
SBOV144
SBOV152
SBOV249
SBOV264
SBOV276
SBOV288

SOUVxxx Output Undervoltage


SBUVxxx Emergency line Undervoltage
VOUT NOM
110
115
120
127
208
220
230
240

13.
14.
15.
16.

Output
SOUV093
SOUV098
SOUV102
SOUV108
SOUV177
SOUV187
SOUV195
SOUV204

Em. Line
SBUV088
SBUV092
SBUV096
SBUV102
SBUV166
SBUV177
SBUV184
SBUV192

SEPOxxx Nominal output power (ex: for a 10kVA the command is SEPO010)
Store all the settings by sending the command MEEE000, or pressing F4.
Open the input switch and switch off the IMB.e / ITB.e.
Precharge the capacitors, close the input switch and start-up completely the UPS.
Measure the output voltage and, if necessary, adjust it by means of the potentiometer P1
on the card VCB.
Check that all the measure on the UPSTest screen, or on the front panel, correspond to
the values measured; on the contrary modify the value read on the screen with the
following commands:
TIFRxxx (inverter voltage setting phase R; xxx is the value measured)
TIFSxxx (inverter voltage setting phase S; xxx is the value measured) ONLY FOR ITB.e
TIFTxxx (inverter voltage setting phase T; xxx is the value measured) ONLY FOR ITB.e
TUFRxxx (output voltage setting phase R; xxx is the value measured)
TUFSxxx (output voltage setting phase S; xxx is the value measured) ONLY FOR ITB.e
TUFTxxx (output voltage setting phase T; xxx is the value measured) ONLY FOR ITB.e
TBFRxxx (em. line voltage setting phase R; xxx is the value measured)
TBFSxxx (em. line voltage setting phase S;xxx is the value measured) ONLY FOR ITB.e
TBFTxxx (em. line voltage setting phase T; xxx is the value measured) ONLY FOR ITB.e
TCFRxxx (output current setting phase R; xxx is the value measured)
TCFSxxx (output current setting phase S; xxx is the value measured) ONLY FOR ITB.e

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17.
18.

19.
20.
21.

TCFTxxx (output current setting phase T; xxx is the value measured) ONLY FOR ITB.e
Store all the settings by sending the command MEEE000, or pressing F4.
Carry out some mains failure tests and commutations to emergency line.
Personalize the UPS with the following commands:
BATCxxx (Set production year, for example: 2008=080)
NUMBxxx (Set serial number)
Store all the settings by sending the command MEEE000, or pressing F4.
Check the correct operation of the front panel and the relay cards (if installed).
Check the setting of the date and time on the front panel.
Reset the history log.

3.1.3 INV-AV-1F (INVERTER VOLTAGE FEEDBACK) FOR IMB.e


1. Measure the inverter output voltage, connecting the multimeter between the neutral and
the inverter static switch (upstream).
If the value shown doesnt correspond to that measured, modify the reading with the
following command (UPSTest software):
TIFRxxx (inverter voltage setting phase R; xxx is the value measured)
Store the settings by pressing F4.
2. Measure the output current; If the value shown doesnt correspond to that measured,
modify the reading with the following command (UPSTest software):
TCFRxxx (output current setting phase R; xxx is the value measured)
Store the settings by pressing F4.

3.1.4 INV-AV-3F (INVERTER VOLTAGE FEEDBACK) FOR ITB.e


1. Measure the inverter output voltage, connecting the multimeter between the neutral and
the inverter static switch (upstream).
If the value shown doesnt correspond to that measured, modify the reading with the
following command (UPSTest software):
TIFRxxx (inverter voltage setting phase R; xxx is the value measured)
TIFSxxx (inverter voltage setting phase S; xxx is the value measured)
TIFTxxx (inverter voltage setting phase T; xxx is the value measured)
Store the settings by pressing F4.
2. Measure the output current; If the value shown doesnt correspond to that measured,
modify the reading with the following command (UPSTest software):
TCFRxxx (output current setting phase R; xxx is the value measured)
TCFSxxx (output current setting phase S; xxx is the value measured)
TCFTxxx (output current setting phase T; xxx is the value measured)
Store the settings by pressing F4.

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3.1.5 VOLT-REF-1F (EM. LINE/OUT VOLTAGE FEEDBACK) FOR IMB.e
1. Measure the by-pass voltage, connecting the multimeter between the neutral and the bypass static switch (upstream).
If the value shown doesnt correspond to the measured one, modify the reading with the
following command (UPSTest software):
TBFRxxx (by-pass voltage setting phase R; xxx is the value measured)
Store the settings by pressing F4.
2. Measure the output voltage; if the value shown doesnt correspond to the measured one,
modify the reading with the following commands (UPSTest software):
TUFRxxx (output voltage setting phase R; xxx is the value measured)
Store the settings by pressing F4.

3.1.6 VOLT-REF-3F (EM. LINE/OUT VOLTAGE FEEDBACK) FOR ITB.e


1. Measure the by-pass voltage, connecting the multimeter between the neutral and the bypass static switch (upstream).
If the value shown doesnt correspond to the measured one, modify the reading with the
following command (UPSTest software):
TBFRxxx (by-pass voltage setting phase R; xxx is the value measured)
TBFSxxx (by-pass voltage setting phase S; xxx is the value measured)
TBFTxxx (by-pass voltage setting phase T; xxx is the value measured)
Store the settings by pressing F4.
2. Measure the output voltage; if the value shown doesnt correspond to the measured one,
modify the reading with the following commands (UPSTest software):
TUFRxxx (output voltage setting phase R; xxx is the value measured)
TUFSxxx (output voltage setting phase S; xxx is the value measured)
TUFTxxx (output voltage setting phase T; xxx is the value measured)
Store the settings by pressing F4.

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3.2 COMPONENTS SUBSTITUTION
3.2.1 INVERTER BRIDGE IGBTS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

6.
7.

8.
9.

10.
11.
12.
13.

Change the IGBT driver board and check the connection with the IGBTs.
On the card I/S-CL move the DIP6 SW1 in OFF position (test mode).
On the card VCB move the jumper J1 in position 2-3 (manual).
Connect the external power supply to the POWER SUPPLY board, connect a PC to the
UPS and run the UPSTest software
With the external power supply the DC voltage is outside the nominal range, so the
variable VDC_OK is not active (blue). The variable can be activated changing the DC
voltage measure to be within the range sending the command TVBAxxx where xxx is
the value desired.
Turn on the inverter sending the command INON000, or pressing F6.
Check that all the red LEDs on the driver boards are ON and verify the voltage
waveform between emitter (E) and gate (G) of the IGBTs (see picture 2). If necessary
modify the amplitude of the positive part of the waveform until it reaches 16V, moving the
potentiometer P2 on the POWER SUPPLY board.
Turn off the inverter sending the command INOF000, or pressing F7, and re-connect the
POWER SUPPLY board to the internal supply.
Precharge the capacitors, close the input switch, start-up the inverter by sending the
command INON000, or pressing F6, and increase the modulation by means of the
potentiometer P1 on the card I/S-CL. Check that the output waveform increases regularly
up to the nominal value.
Reduce the modulation to zero by rotating back the potentiometer, send the command
INOF000, or press F7, to turn off the inverter and open the input switch.
On the card I/S-CL move the DIP6 SW1 in ON position (automatic mode).
On the card VCB move the jumper J1 in position 1-2 (automatic).
Precharge the capacitors, close the input switch, start-up the IMB.e / ITB.e and check the
inverter operation under load.

3.2.2 STATIC SWITCH THYRISTORS


1. Re-connect carefully the component to the firing board.
2. Check that the output waveform, relevant to the phase controlled by the thyristors that
has been substituted, is correct. Repeat this check with the load connected.

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4 ON-FIELD TEST PROCEDURES


This chapter describes the most common operating procedures used to test the various
sections of the IMB.e / ITB.e during repairing or maintenance operations.
These procedures assumes that all the power components (fuses, thyristors, cables, etc.)
are OK, no modifications have been made in the power and auxiliary circuitry and that the unit is
switched off or in manual by-pass (all the control circuits are off).

4.1 INVERTER
4.1.1 General notes on the TEST mode
The TEST mode is a operating condition where the inverter doesnt start-up automatically but
waits for the commands sent by the operator through the UPSTest software. In this condition
some alarms are hidden and the UPS can be tested completely. When the UPS is in manual bypass for example, just setting the unit in TEST mode allows the operator to check the UPS
operation. The TEST mode can be set by moving the DIP6 SW1 in position OFF in the card I/SCL. The microprocessor acquires the position of the dip-switch only after it has been reset
(switching off the IMB.e / ITB.e or by pressing the push-button SW3 in the I/S-CL).

4.1.2 EXTERNAL POWER SUPPLY


Its a special tool used to supply the microprocessor without switching on the rectifier, so that
the unit can be tested in safety.
NOTE
The standard external power supply is suitable for the use with IMB.e / ITB.e systems having
220Vdc nominal input voltage, as its output voltage is about 320Vdc. For 110Vdc systems it is
necessary to reduce the supply voltage of the external PS to 150Vdc maximum.

4.1.3 Blank test of the card I/S-CL


The procedure that follows is part of the factory test procedure, related to the preliminary
checks carried out on the microprocessor board I/S-CL before proceeding with the inverter startup. Its useful when, after an inverter failure, the operator wants to be sure that no damage
occurred to the control section.
1. Choose the inverter TEST mode, moving the DIP6 SW1 in position OFF in the card I/SCL.
2. Select the manual voltage regulation, moving the jumper J1 on the card VCB in position
2-3. This setting disable the voltage loop, and the inverter voltage regulation signal is
adjusted with the potentiometer P1 of the card I/S-CL.
3. On the POWER SUPPLY board disconnect the connector CNB and connect the external
power supply. The microprocessor is now supplied and after some seconds the front
panel will show all the alarms present at that moment.
4. Connect the oscilloscope probe between analog ground and pin 6 of U17 and check the
presence of a signal as in picture 4:

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Picture 4 Triangle waveform

NOTE
For all IMB.e / ITB.e range the commutation frequency is set at 4kHz, so the period of the
triangle waveform must always be 250s.
This waveform is compared with the reference sine-wave generated by the microprocessor
to create the IGBTs PWM signals.
In the following steps the sine-wave generated by the microprocessor and the IGBTs turn-on
signals will be checked. The inverter can be turned-on only if all the software conditions are
fulfilled, so its necessary to change the DC voltage reading (now coming from the external
power supply) to enable the variable VDC_OK.
5. Change the DC voltage reading sending the command TVBAxxx, where xxx is the
desired value, and check that the command is acquired by the microprocessor and that
the variable VDC_OK is activated.
6. Turn-on the IGBT modulation by sending the command INON000 or pressing F6.
7. Place the oscilloscope probe between the analog ground and pin 7 of U2 (card VCB),
rotate P1 of the card I/S-CL () and check that the amplitude of the generated sine-wave
increases, and then turn back P1 until the same is at zero again ().
8. Check that the red LEDs on the IGBT driver boards are correctly lit.
9. Verify the turn-on signal between emitter (E) and gate (G) of the IGBTs (see picture 2).
10. Turn-off the IGBT modulation by sending the command INOF000 or pressing F7.
11. Disconnect the external power supply.
After disconnecting the external power supply the microprocessor is reset and the DC
voltage setting modified before is cleared, so at the following start-up the unit will show the
exact DC voltage value.

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4.1.4 Inverter manual start-up
This procedures assumes that all the power components in the inverter bridge have been
previously checked (see paragraph 4.1.3). The inverter output voltage is increased starting from
zero to check the behaviour of the components (AC capacitors, fans, etc.) at reduced AC
voltage after having identified a failure in the inverter section.
1. Choose the inverter TEST mode, moving the DIP6 SW1 in position OFF in the card I/SCL.
2. Select the manual voltage regulation, moving the jumper J1 on the card VCB in position
2-3. This setting disable the voltage loop, and the inverter voltage regulation signal is
adjusted with the potentiometer P1 of the card I/S-CL.
3. Precharge the capacitors, close the input switch and supply the unit. After some seconds
the front panel will show all the alarms present at that moment.
4. Turn-on the IGBT modulation by sending the command INON000 or pressing F6.
5. Verify that, after some seconds, the inverter static switch closes by checking the green
LEDs in the firing boards SCRSF-1F for IMB.e or SCRSF-3F for ITB.e or 2SCR FIR for
bigger systems.
6. Rotate P1 of the card I/S-CL () and increase the inverter output voltage. Check that the
sine wave is present downstream the inverter static switch and that the shape is correct.
7. Place the oscilloscope probe between the analog ground and the test point TP2 and
check that the shape of the inverter bridge current is correct (see picture 3).
8. Rotate P1 of the card I/S-CL () to set the modulation signal to zero.
9. Turn-off the IGBT modulation by sending the command INOF000 or pressing F7.
10. Open the input switch and switch off the unit.

4.1.5 Inverter automatic start-up


This procedures follows the previous one and its used to check the correct operation of the
inverter with the voltage loop closed.
1. Choose the inverter TEST mode, moving the DIP6 SW1 in position OFF in the card I/SCL.
2. Select the automatic voltage regulation, moving the jumper J1 on the card VCB in
position 1-2. This setting enable the voltage loop, and the inverter voltage regulation
signal is adjusted with the potentiometer P1 of the card VCB.
3. Precharge the capacitors, close the input switch and supply the unit. After some seconds
the front panel will show all the alarms present at that moment.
4. Turn-on the IGBT modulation by sending the command INON000 or pressing F6.
5. Verify that the inverter output voltage increases up to the nominal value. If necessary
adjust it by rotating () the potentiometer P1 of the card VCB.
6. Verify that, after some seconds, the inverter static switch closes by checking the green
LEDs in the firing boards SCRSF-1F for IMB.e or SCRSF-3F for ITB.e or 2SCR FIR for
bigger systems.
7. Place the oscilloscope probe between the analog ground and the test point TP2 and
check that the shape of the inverter bridge current is correct (see picture 3).
8. Turn-off the IGBT modulation by sending the command INOF000 or pressing F7.
9. Open the input switch and switch off the unit.

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4.2 STATIC SWITCH
4.2.1 Check of the redundant supply
The VOLT-REF board provides a redundant supply for the static switch control logic, so that
the emergency line static switch is supplied even when the microprocessor is off (POWER
SUPPLY board not supplied).
1. Close the by-pass circuit breaker and check that the LED L1 in the card SCB (additional
card in the I/S-CL) is correctly lit (green).
2. Verify that, after some seconds, the by-pass static switch closes by checking the red
LEDs in the firing boards SCRSF-1F for IMB.e or SCRSF-3F for ITB.e or 2SCR FIR for
bigger systems.

4.2.2 Commutation tests


The commutation tests are useful to check the correct operation of the static switch.
1. Start-up the inverter in automatic mode (see procedure at 4.1.5) and verify that the
inverter static switch closes.
2. Close the emergency line breakers, wait for the status S6 BYPASS OK is activated.
3. Measure with a multimeter the voltage difference between the emergency line input and
the inverter output and verify that it doesnt exceed 20Vac. The inverter is now
synchronised with the emergency line.
4. Move the NORMAL-BYPASS switch SW1 in by-pass position and verify that the load is
transferred to the emergency line static switch. Then move it back and verify that the
load is supplied again by the inverter.
5. Repeat the previous and verify that at the sixth time the load remains supplied by the bypass and the alarm A17 Retransfer blocked is activated.
6. Reset the blocking condition by sending the command RESE000 or entering the special
menu in the front panel.
WARNING
In case of rotary switch configuration follow chapter 5.

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5 ROTARY CONFIGURATION
5.1 CONFIGURATION 1 WITHOUT SBCB
The picture below shows the block diagram of rotary-sw configuration 1 without SBCB.

The maintenance or repair of the inverter must be performed in manual bypass mode. The
rotary-sw must be in position 2 (SW1 open, SW2 closed). Refer to the specific manual section.
To perform the commutation tests, restart the inverter from the position 2 of rotary-sw as
follow:
Press S1/CPFC until the display is supplied
Keep pressed S1/CPFC and close ICB
Release S1/CPFC
Without closing OCB, move the rotary-sw in position 1+2.
The inverter is ON, the SW1 is closed so the bypass is available and the commutation test
can be performed.
To return to the normal operating condition, the following steps must be done:

Be sure that the bypass switch is in position BYPASS.


Move rotary-sw in position 2
Close OCB
Move rotary-sw in position 1+2, and wait until the bypass static switch led in the
mimic diagram is lit on.
Move rotary-sw in position 1

It is not possible to close OCB in position 1+2 with the inverter ON. The auxiliary contact of OCB
is not anticipated, so the inverter it will not be shut down before the power breaker is closed.

5.2 CONFIGURATION 1 WITH SBCB


The picture below shows the block diagram of rotary-sw configuration 1, with SBCB, for a
single inverter.

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The maintenance or repair of the inverter must be performed in manual bypass mode. The
rotary-sw must be in position 2 (SW1 open, SW2 closed). Refer to the specific manual section.
To perform the commutation tests, restart the inverter from the position 2 of rotary-sw as
follow:
Press S1/CPFC until the display is supplied
Keep pressed S1/CPFC and close ICB
Release S1/CPFC
Without closing OCB, move the rotary-sw in position 1+2.
Close SBCB
The inverter is ON, the SW1 and SBCB are closed, so the bypass is available and the
commutation test can be performed.
To return to the normal operating condition, the following step must be done:

Be sure that the bypass switch is in position BYPASS.


Move rotary-sw in position 2
Close OCB
Move rotary-sw in position 1+2, and wait until the bypass static switch led in the
mimic diagram is lit on.
Move rotary-sw in position 1

It is not possible to close OCB in position 1+2 with the inverter ON. The auxiliary contact of
OCB is not anticipated, so the inverter it will not be shut down before the power breaker is
closed.
The picture below shows the block diagram of rotary-sw configuration 1, with SBCB, for a
parallel system.

To perform the commutation tests, restart the inverter from the position 2 of rotary-sw. as
follow:
Press S1/CPFC of the first inverter until the display is supplied
Keep pressed S1/CPFC and close ICB of the first inverter
Release S1/CPFC
Press S1/CPFC of the second inverter until the display is supplied
Keep pressed S1/CPFC and close ICB of the second inverter
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Release S1/CPFC
Without closing any OCB, move the rotary-sw in position 1+2.
Close SBCB of both inverter
Move both by-pass switches in BY-PASS position

Rotary switches must be kept in position 1+2, both OCB open, both SBCB closed and bypass switches in BY-PASS position. The inverters are ON, the SW1 and SBCB are closed, the
emergency line static switches are closed so the bypass is available and the commutation test
can be performed.
This is a parallel system, so to commutate from bypass to inverter and viceversa, the
NORMAL BYPASS SWITCH of both inverter must be moved. After measuring the difference
between the emergency line input and the inverter output voltage in both unit, to be sure that
inverter and bypass are synchronized, the following steps must be done:

Move the by-pass switch of unit 1 in NORMAL position. Both emergency line static
switches will be open and inverter 1 static switch will be close.
Move the by-pass switch of unit 2 in NORMAL position. Both inverter static switches
will be close and both emergency line static switches will be open.

To return to the normal operating condition, the following step must be done:

Move both bypass switches in BYPASS position.


Close both OCB
Move rotary-sw in position 1
Move both bypass switches in NORMAL position.

It is not possible to close OCB in position 1+2 with the inverter ON. The auxiliary contact of
OCB is not anticipated, so the inverter it will not be shut down before the power breaker is
closed.

5.3 CONFIGURATION 2 SINGLE:


The picture below shows the block diagram of rotary-sw configuration 2 for a single inverter.

The maintenance or repair of the inverter must be performed in manual bypass mode. The
rotary-sw must be in position 2 (SW1 open, SW2 closed). Refer to the specific manual section.
The commutation test can be performed with rotary in position 2 and SBCB closed. In this case,
the inverter output is not connected to the load (SW1 open).

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5.4 CONFIGURATION 2 PARALLEL:
The pictures below show two possible block diagrams of rotary-sw configuration 2 for a
parallel system.

The maintenance or repair of the inverter must be performed in manual bypass mode. The
rotary-sw must be in position 2 (SW1 open, SW2 closed). Refer to the specific manual section.
The commutation test can be performed with rotary in position 2, SBCB closed and OCB
open. To perform the commutation tests, restart the inverter from the position 2 of rotary-sw as
follow:
Press S1/CPFC of the first inverter until the display is supplied
Keep pressed S1/CPFC and close ICB of the first inverter
Release S1/CPFC
Press S1/CPFC of the second inverter until the display is supplied
Keep pressed S1/CPFC and close ICB of the second inverter
Release S1/CPFC
Close SBCB of both inverter
Move both by-pass switches in BY-PASS position
Rotary-sw must be kept in position 2, both OCB must be open and by-pass switch in BYPASS position.
This is a parallel system, so to commutate from bypass to inverter and viceversa, the
NORMAL BYPASS SWITCH of both inverter must be moved. After measuring the difference
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between the emergency line input and the inverter output voltage in both unit, to be sure that
inverter and bypass are synchronized, the following steps must be done:
Move the by-pass switch of unit 1 in NORMAL position. Both emergency line static
switches will be open and inverter 1 static switch will be close.
Move the by-pass switch of unit 2 in NORMAL position. Both inverter static switches will
be close and both emergency line static switches will be open.
To return to the normal operating condition, the following step must be done:

Move both bypass switches in BYPASS position.


Close both OCB
Move rotary-sw in position 1+2
Move rotary-sw in position 1
Once terminating inverters start-up, move both by-pass switches to NORMAL condition

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Index
1.

INTRODUCTION.................................................................................. 3

2.

TEST AND MONITORING SOFTWARE ............................................. 3


2.1

SOFTWARE INSTALLATION...........................................................................4

2.2

SERIAL PORT CONFIGURATION ...................................................................4

2.3

UPS TEST PANEL............................................................................................5

2.3.1

MEASURES...............................................................................................6

2.3.2

UPS DATA.................................................................................................6

2.3.3

VARIABLES ..............................................................................................7

2.3.4

OUTPUTS ..................................................................................................7

2.3.5

INPUTS ......................................................................................................7

2.3.6

ALARMS AND STATUS............................................................................8

2.3.7

ACTIVE KEYS ...........................................................................................8

2.3.8

GAUGES ...................................................................................................8

2.3.9

CONTROLS ...............................................................................................8

2.3.10

PARALLEL ............................................................................................8

BOOST OPERATION .............................................................................................8


2.4

Rev.

SERIAL MESSAGES FOR PERSONALISATION AND SETTING...................9

2.4.1

BYPASS ..................................................................................................10

2.4.2

OUTPUT ..................................................................................................10

2.4.3

INVERTER ...............................................................................................10

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2.4.4

BATTERY ............................................................................................... 10

2.4.5

BATTERY TEST ..................................................................................... 10

2.4.6

BOOST CHARGE ................................................................................... 10

2.4.7

GENERAL COMMANDS ........................................................................ 11

2.4.8

IDENTIFICATION.................................................................................... 11

2.4.9

TIMER SETTING..................................................................................... 12

2.5

HYSTORY OF ALARMS................................................................................ 12

2.6

SHORTCUT KEYS......................................................................................... 12

Index of pictures
Picture 1 RS232 connection cable ............................................................................................................ 3
Picture 2 Communication configure panel................................................................................................. 4
Picture 3 Modem setup.............................................................................................................................. 5
Picture 4 UPS Test screen ........................................................................................................................ 5

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INTRODUCTION

The monitoring and test software of the UPS, UPS-Test allows, by means of RS232
connection, to control all the measures and status of the equipment and to carry out settings
and modifications of the UPS configuration.

2.

TEST AND MONITORING SOFTWARE

The UPS-Test software is connected through the RS232 serial port of the PC to the RS232
serial of the UPS. The RS232 connection cable is built according to the picture 1.

Picture 1 RS232 connection cable

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2.1 SOFTWARE INSTALLATION
The installation of the software is carried out like a standard WINDOWS application. The
software can be supplied on several floppy disks, in this case proceed to install the program
starting from DISK 1, or by means of a CD-ROM. From the menu, start the Set-up program and
carry out the instructions required by the installation software.

2.2 SERIAL PORT CONFIGURATION


From the menu configure it is possible to configure the serial port RS232 for the connection
to the UPS.

Picture 2 Communication configure panel

Port adress: Set the serial COM where the UPS is connected.
Baud rate: Set the speed of the serial communication. Set to 2400 baud.
Stop bits: Select 1.
Data bits: Select 8.
Parity: Select None.
Flow Control: Select None.
Connection: Select Local to connect the PC to the UPS. Select Remote to connect the
PC to the UPS trought a mode connection.
Syncro_Key: Select No.

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From the Modem button it is possible to set the parameter for remote connection.

Picture 3 Modem setup

Init. string: Set the initialization string for the modem.


Dial string: Set the command string for the modem to dial the UPS.
Hang upp string: Set the command string for the modem to close the connection.

2.3 UPS TEST PANEL


All the following paragraphs, describing the software functions, refer to the picture 4, where
the UPS Test screen is shown.

Picture 4 UPS Test screen

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2.3.1 MEASURES
On the area Measures all the analog measurements inherent to the UPS are shown, in the
following order:
BYP_V_R
BYP_V_S
BYP_V_T

Emergency bypass voltage Ph. R (V)


Emergency bypass voltage Ph. S (V)
Emergency bypass voltage Ph. T (V)

OUT_V_R
OUT_V_S
OUT_V_T

UPS output voltage Ph. R (V)


UPS output voltage Ph. S (V)
UPS output voltage Ph. T (V)

INV_V_R
INV_V_S
INV_V_T

Inverter voltage Ph. R (V)


Inverter voltage Ph. S (V)
Inverter voltage Ph. T (V)

ACDC_V

Battery voltage (V)

DC_CUR

Inverter Input current (A)

IB_BOO

Battery Recharging Current ( A )

F_BYP

Emergency bypass frequency (Hz)

F_INV

Inverter frequency (Hz).

In the area below, the field NUMBER represents the serial n of the equipment and the
field VER. SW. represents the revision of the UPS control software installed.
On the area TX Check the transmission control indicator is represented. If the connection
is correct the figures increases cyclically up to 250 automatically.

2.3.2 UPS DATA


The area titled UPS data represents the relevant characteristics and settings. The first 7
lines contain the nominal values for:
POT_NOM
VOLT_NOM
CURR_NOM
VDC_NOM
IDC_NOM
BAT_TYP
AUT_NOM

UPS nominal power (kVA).


UPS nominal output voltage (V).
UPS nominal output current (A).
Battery nominal voltage (V).
Inverter nominal input current at full load (A).
Battery capacity (Ah).
Nominal autonomy (min).

The following 4 groups represent the limit values (for the voltage to be declared available)
and the histeresys for:
BYP
INV
OUT
VDC

Emergency bypass (V)


Inverter Output (V)
UPS Output (V)
Inverter input (V)

#1
#2
#3
#4

The following 3 groups represent the limit values (for the frequency to be declared in
tolerance) and the histeresys for emergency bypass as follows:
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FREQ
FREQ MIN
FREQ MAX

Emergency bypass nominal frequency (Hz)


Emergency bypass lower frequency (Hz)
Emergency bypass higher frequency (Hz)

#5

The last 2 lines contain the following information:


AUT. MIN
AUT. %

Residual Battery autonomy (min)


Residual Battery autonomy (as % of the nominal).

2.3.3 VARIABLES
The area titled Variables represents the relevant internal status variables of the UPS. The
meaning of each variable is described below:
INV_ON
SSW_ON
IOK
ROK_X
O_LOAD
HITE
FROK
RMS_OK
COK
VUOK
SYNCOK
I_OVER
IMTERM
VDC_OK

When active the command inverter on is active too


When active the command inverter SSW on is active too
If active the inverter is ready to supply the load
If active the bypass is in tolerance (ROK = RMSOK+FROK)
If active an overload has stopped the inverter
If active an over temperature (thermal protection) is active too
If active the emerg. byp. frequency is in tolerance (see limit group #5)
If active the emerg. byp. voltage is in tolerance (see limit group #1)
If active the UPS output voltage is in tolerance (see limit group #3)
If active the Inverter output voltage is in tolerance (see limit group #2)
If active the inverter is synchronized with the emergency bypass
If active an overload (output current > nominal) is active too
If active the thermal image counter (time vs current) is active too
If active the Inverter input voltage is in tolerance (see limit group #4)

2.3.4 OUTPUTS
The area titled Outpus represents the relevant digital outpus of the UPS. The meaning of
each variable is described below:
COK
BY_BL
IFL
CONAC
RESET_RITR_BL
R3_INV_FEED
R4_BYP_FEED
R5_LOW_BATT
R6_MAINS_FAU

If active the UPS output voltage is in tolerance (see limit group #3)
When active the load is blocked on the emergency bypass
When active the inverter SSW is closed
When active the PWM of the inverter IGBT bridge is on
When active the BY_BL condition is reset
When active relay Inv. Feeds Load is active too (ARC card)
When active relay Bypass Feed Load is active too (ARC card)
When active relay Low Battery is active too (ARC card)
When active relay Mains Fault is active too (ARC card)

2.3.5 INPUTS
The area titled Inputs represents the relevant digital inputs of the UPS. The meaning of
each variable is below described:
MBY_CLOSE
EPO_BUS
BO_BUS
BYP_SW (FUSE)
TERMO_SW
OCB
MCS
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When active the EPO (emergency power off) is not active
When active the BCB (battery breaker) is open
When active the Bypass Switch (commutation test) is active
When active the Thermal switch (bridge protection) is active
When active the OCB (output breaker) is closed
When active the IGBTs desaturation protection is active
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MRR
RECT_FAIL
ERR_SC
BF_RECT
PUL_UP
PUL_DOWN
PUL_ENTER
PUL_ BUZZ
PUL_RESET

When active Mains fault signal (from the rectifier) is not active
When active Rectifier fault sign. (from the rectifier) is not active
When active Input wrong seq. sign. (from the rectifier) is not active
When active Blown fuse sign. (from the rectifier) is active
When active the up arrow key on the front panel is pressed
When active the down arrow key on the front panel is pressed
When active the enter key on the front panel is pressed
When active the buzzer key on the front panel is pressed
When active the reset key on the front panel is pressed

2.3.6 ALARMS AND STATUS


On the areas named Alarms and Status, the 25 alarms and 6 operating status are
represented. For a detailed explanation of them, see the Operating Manual.

2.3.7 ACTIVE KEYS


The push button Dip Sw visualizes the mapping of the dip switches for configuration on
the P board (see foregoing paragraphs).
By clicking on the relevant country on the flags area the language on the display of the UPS
can be changed.

2.3.8 GAUGES
The two gauges located under the third column represents the following values:
EN. CAR
ACCUMU

Stored energy in the battery as % of the total


Thermal image progress as % of the total (100 % inverter stopped)

2.3.9 CONTROLS
The area above the flags contains the following control parameters:
FEFO
KF_BY
KF_OU

Must be 180
Must be between 800 and 900
Must be between 800 and 900

2.3.10 PARALLEL
If the UPS is working in parallel mode the relevant area MASTER under the second
column and the active key Par. Data are active. For the description of the relevant functions
refers to the Parallel Redundant Operating Manual.

BOOST OPERATION
If the Boost function is active, the push button BOOST visualizes the parameter of the
Boost Operation

IB_TR
IB_RT

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2.4 SERIAL MESSAGES FOR PERSONALISATION AND SETTING
WARNING
Before sending any message insure that the computer writes with capital letters (CAPS). All
commands consist in 4 letters and 3 numbers LLLLXXX.
After having sent a message, wait for an acoustic confirmation signal (BEEP) before sending
new strings. If the signal does not arrive it means that the operation has had a negative result,
so the last message must be repeated.
VERY IMPORTANT
The usage of these messages is recommended to specialized personnel only.
Dont forget to send the command MEEE000 to store the variations on the UPS memory.

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2.4.1 BYPASS
TBFRXXX
TBFSXXX
TBFTXXX

(XXX=100/250)
(XXX=100/250)
(XXX=100/250)

phase R voltage
phase S voltage
phase T voltage

(for UPS 1Ph and 3Ph)


(only for UPS 3Ph)
(only for UPS 3Ph)

(XXX=100/250)
(XXX=100/250)
(XXX=100/250)

phase R voltage
phase S voltage
phase T voltage

(for UPS 1Ph and 3Ph)


(only for UPS 3Ph)
(only for UPS 3Ph)

phase R zero current


phase S zero current
phase T zero current

(for UPS 1Ph and 3Ph)


(only for UPS 3Ph)
(only for UPS 3Ph)

phase R current
phase S current
phase T current

(for UPS 1Ph and 3Ph)


(only for UPS 3Ph)
(only for UPS 3Ph)

phase R zero voltage


phase S zero voltage
phase T zero voltage

(for UPS 1Ph and 3Ph)


(only for UPS 3Ph)
(only for UPS 3Ph)

phase R voltage
phase S voltage
phase T voltage

(for UPS 1Ph and 3Ph)


(only for UPS 3Ph)
(only for UPS 3Ph)

2.4.2 OUTPUT
TUFRXXX
TUFSXXX
TUFTXXX
ZCFR000
ZCFS000
ZCFT000
TCFRXXX
TCFSXXX
TCFTXXX

(XXX=005/999)
(XXX=005/999)
(XXX=005/999)

2.4.3 INVERTER
ZIFR000
ZIFS000
ZIFT000
TIFRXXX
TIFSXXX
TIFTXXX

(XXX=100/250)
(XXX=100/250)
(XXX=100/250)

2.4.4 BATTERY
TVBAXXX
TCBAXXX
TYBAXXX
TAUTXXX
LOBA XXX

(XXX=100/600)
(XXX=010/999)
(XXX=002/999)
(XXX=100/600)

BATT000
ZCBA000

Voltage
Current
Battery type
(i.e.: batt. 24Ah = TYBA024)
Nominal auton. (i.e.: aut. 20 = TAUT020)
Low battery level
Forces to the 100% battery autonomy
zero current

2.4.5 BATTERY TEST


TEBAXXX
STDBXXX
TBOF000
TBONXXX

(XXX=000/002)
(XXX=000/999)
(XXX=000/999)

battery test choice


battery test length setting
battery test stop
battery test for XXX minutes

2.4.6 BOOST CHARGE


TCRBXXX
TBTRXXX
TBRTYYY
BOST000
ZCRB000

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(XXX=010/999)
(XXX=000/999)
(XXX=000/999)

battery current for boost adjustment


current limit for floating to boost
current limit for boost to floating
boost charge ON
zero battery current for boost charge

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2.4.7 GENERAL COMMANDS
TFFRXXX
TVLX000
MEEE000
REHI000
BUZZ000
RESE000
INON000
INOF000
PHASXXX

(XXX=010/060)

frequency window: for values see (1)


fast voltage monitor
Store the value in E2PROM
reset HISTORY
BUZZER quieting
reset UPS
on inverter
off inverter
set the phase shifting between inverter and
the bypass normal setting.
Single unit
PHAS270 set phase = 2700
Parallel unit
PHAS400 set phase = 4000

(XXX=000/999)

2.4.8 IDENTIFICATION
CNAMXXX

(XXX=000/005)

Set the name of the unit

CLANXXX

(XXX=000/005)

UPS language

XXX = 000 (Italian)


XXX = 001 (German)
XXX = 002 (French)
XXX = 003 (English)
XXX = 004 (Portuguese)
XXX = 005 (Spanish)

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2.4.9 TIMER SETTING
TMINXXX
THOUXXX
TDAYXXX
TMONXXX
TYEAXXX

(XXX = 000/059)
(XXX = 000/023)
(XXX = 000/031)
(XXX = 000/012)
(XXX = 000/099)

(*)

Values not to be modified.

(1)

TFFR +
060
055
050
045
040
035
030
025
020
015
010

+/- 6%
+/- 5,5%
+/- 5%
+/- 4,5%
+/- 4%
+/- 3,5%
+/- 3%
+/- 2,5%
+/- 2%
+/- 1,5%
+/- 1%

minutes setting
hour setting
day setting
month setting
year setting

standard setting

2.5 HYSTORY OF ALARMS


It is possible to download the alarm history on the computer by typing the following
command:
READ XXX

XXX = 000
XXX = 001
XXX = 002
..........
XXX = 008

last 100 events


previous 100 events
previous 100 events
first 100 events

During the download the TX CHECK counter on the computer starts to count from 0 to 1800.
To read the history on the computer the F1 key can be pressed.

2.6 SHORTCUT KEYS


Key

Description

F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
F8
F9

After the READ000 command allows to read the history on the computer.
Sends RESE000 command.
Sends all the zeroes to the UPS.
Sends E2PROM data storing command : MEEE000.
Sends the buzzer quieting command : BUZZ000.
Sends the inverter ON command : INON000.
Sends the inverter OFF command : INOF000.
Adjusts the limits for the bypass and the output voltage : TVLX000.
Adjusts the limits for the frequency at +/- 4% : TFFR040.

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Index of sections

Code

1 UPS dielectric strength test

JUD410372

2 Setting of FMC board

JUD411351

Rev.

/
A
B

Descrizione
Description

First Issue
Revision JSE413994
Revision JSE414786

Data
Date

Emesso
Issued

Controllato
Checked

Approvato
Approved

03.03.09
16.03.11
11.10.11

P. Conti
P. Conti
P. Conti

E. Simoni
E. Simoni
E. Simoni

E. Simoni
E. Simoni
E. Simoni

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di Pag.
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Test di rigidit dielettrica per UPS


Dielectric strength test for UPS systems

TEST DI RIGIDIT DIELETTRICA PER UPS


Norma di riferimento: EN50091-1.
Test da eseguire prima della procedura di collaudo funzionale.

Rev.

Preparazione per la prova di rigidit dielettrica.

1)

Scollegare il cavo di terra dei filtri rete oppure togliere le schede filtro rete.

2)

Chiudere RCB, SCB, MBCB, OCB, BCB.

3)

Scollegare tutti i connettori dalle schede elettroniche.

4)

Cortocircuitare tutti gli ingressi ed uscite di potenza sulle morsettiere di


ingresso/uscita compreso + e batteria.

5)

Cortocircuitare tra loro tutti i contatti di potenza del ponte inverter.

6)

Cortocircuitare tutti i connettori delle gate degli igbt del ponte inverter.

7)

Cortocircuitare tra loro tutti i contatti di potenza degli interruttori statici.

Precompliants resistenza di isol. eseguita con strumento: safety tester


RD28L sn96123502

1)

Applicare tra morsettiera ingressi/uscite e terra 500Vdc, verificare che la


resistenza di isolamento sia superiore a 50Mohm.

Test di rigidit eseguita con strumento: high voltage tester UH28A


sn96123490

1)

Applicare gradatamente partendo da zero fino a 2500Vac la tensione di prova


per una durata di un minuto tra morsettiera ingressi/uscite e terra. Verificare che
non ci siano scariche o perdite di isolamento con correnti superiori a 20mA.

Descrizione
Description

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Data
Date

Emesso
Issued

Controllato
Checked

Approvato
Approved

20.03.08

P. Conti

E. Simoni

E. Simoni

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Test di rigidit dielettrica per UPS


Dielectric strength test for UPS systems

Verifica della resistenza di isol. eseguita con strumento: safety tester


RD28L sn96123502

1)

Applicare tra morsettiera ingressi/uscite e terra 500Vdc, verificare che la


resistenza di isolamento sia superiore a 50Mohm.

Ripristino del dispositivo in prova.

1)

Scaricare eventuali tensioni residue


ingressi/uscite a terra con lapposito cavo.

2)

Ricollegare il cavo di terra dei filtri rete oppure rimontare le schede filtro rete.

3)

Aprire gli interruttori RCB, SCB, MBCB, OCB, BCB.

4)

Togliere tutti i cortocircuiti sulle morsettiere di ingresso/uscita compreso + e


batteria.

5)

Togliere tutti i cortocircuiti dai contatti di potenza del ponte inverter.

6)

Togliere tutti i cortocircuiti dai connettori delle gate degli igbt del ponte inverter.

7)

Togliere tutti i cortocircuiti dai contatti di potenza degli interruttori statici.

Continuare con la procedura di collaudo funzionale.

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Test di rigidit dielettrica per UPS


Dielectric strength test for UPS systems

DIELECTRIC STRENGTH TEST FOR UPS SYSTEMS


Reference norm: EN50091-1.
Test to be carried out before the functional test procedure.

Getting ready for the dielectric strength test.

8)

Disconnect the ground wire of the mains filters, or remove the mains filter
boards.

9)

Close RCB, SCB, MBCB, OCB, BCB.

10) Disconnect all the connectors from the electronic boards.


11) Short-circuit all the power inputs and outputs on the input/output terminal
boards including battery + and -.
12) Short-circuit all the power contacts of the inverter bridge with one another.
13) Short-circuit all the connectors of the IGBT gates on the inverter bridge.
14) Short-circuit all the power contacts of the static switches with one another.

Precompliants of insulation resistance carried out with the following


instrument: safety tester RD28L sn96123502

1)

Apply 500Vdc between the input/output terminal board and ground. Make sure
the insulation resistance exceeds 50Mohm.

Dielectric strength test carried out with the following instrument: high
voltage tester UH28A sn96123490

2)

Apply the test voltage gradually between the input/output terminal board and
ground starting from zero up to 2500Vac for one minute. Make sure no
discharges or insulation losses occur with currents exceeding 20mA.

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Dielectric strength test for UPS systems

Check of insulation resistance carried out with the following instrument:


safety tester RD28L sn96123502

2)

Apply 500Vdc between the input/output terminal board and ground. Make sure
the insulation resistance exceeds 50Mohm.

Reset of the test device.

1)

Discharge any residual voltages to the ground by short-circuiting the


input/output terminal board via the relevant wire.

2)

Reconnect the ground wire of the mains filters, or reassemble the mains filter
boards.

3)

Open circuit breakers RCB, SCB, MBCB, OCB, BCB.

4)

Remove all the short-circuits on the input/output terminal boards including


battery + and -.

5)

Remove all the short-circuits from the power contacts of the inverter bridge.

6)

Remove all the short-circuits from the connectors of the IGBT gates on the
inverter bridge.

7)

Remove all the short-circuits from the power contacts of the static switches.

Continue with the functional test procedure.

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ISTRUZIONE OPERATIVA
Programmazione scheda FMC
IMPORTANTE
Sul connettore M1 deve essere sempre collegato un ventilatore.
Tranne dove specificato diversamente per tensioni di alimentazione a 230Vac verranno
utilizzate schede pb068-FMC230 (N_FS3048) mentre per tensioni di alimentazioni a
115Vac verranno utilizzate schede pb270-FMC115 (N_FS3034).
La scheda FMC permette di monitorare i ventilatori nei seguenti casi:
a)

4 ventilatori del solito modello;

b)

2 coppie di ventilatori di modelli diversi distribuendo su M1 (ed eventualmente M2)


il primo modello, su M3 (ed eventualmente M4) il secondo modello;

c)

3 ventilatori di un modello ed il quarto diverso distribuendo su M1-M2-M3 i tre


ventilatori uguali, su M4 il ventilatore diverso. In questo caso la scheda da
utilizzare modificata rispetto ai casi precedenti: utilizzare pb271-FMC3x115
(N_FS3079) per tensione di alimentazione a 115Vac o pb272-FMC3x230
(N_FS3080) per tensione di alimentazione a 230Vac.

La programmazione avviene partendo con tutti i jumper (JP1..JP12) aperti, per qualsiasi
caso di monitoraggio sopra indicato, e prosegue come viene riportato di seguito.

Rev.

A
B
C
D

Descrizione
Description

Revised JSE413363
Revised JSE413363
Revised JSE413716
Revised JSE414475

Data
Date

Emesso
Issued

Controllato
Checked

Approvato
Approved

05/07/10
08/07/10
26/11/10
24/08/11

N. Fognani
N. Fognani
N. Fognani
N. Fognani

E. Simoni
E. Simoni
E. Simoni
E. Simoni

E. Simoni
E. Simoni
E. Simoni
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1) PROGRAMMAZIONE NEL CASO DI 4 VENTILATORI DELLO STESSO


MODELLO
JP1) - Ventilatore su M1

Chiudere JP1 1-2;

JP2) - Ventilatore su M2

Chiudere JP2

JP3) - Ventilatore su M3

Chiudere JP3

JP4) - Ventilatore su M4

Chiudere JP4

JP5,6,7,8)

TAB.1 Modello del ventilatore su M1 e/o M2


MODELLO
VENTILATORE
4650N

POTENZA TENSIONE
19W

230Vac

MODELLO
SCHEDA

JP5

JP6

JP7/8

pb068-N_FS3048

1-2

1-2

1-2

4715MS23TB5A

15W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

1-2

2-3

1-2

7450ES

46W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

1-2

7855 ES
A17-M23-SWB
A17-T23-SWB
W2E200-HH38-01

45W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

79W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

80W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

2-3

2-3

2-3

4600N

18W

115Vac

pb270-N_FS3034

2-3

2-3

1-2

7805ES

38W

115Vac

pb270-N_FS3034

2-3

A17-M12-SWB

42W

115Vac

pb270-N_FS3034

1-2

W2E200

80W

115Vac

pb270-N_FS3034

2-3

2-3

2-3

JP9,10,11,12) Settaggio necessario solo in presenza di ventilatori su M3 e/o M4


TAB.2 Modello del ventilatore su M3 e/o M4
MODELLO
VENTILATORE

POTENZA TENSIONE

MODELLO
SCHEDA

JP9/10 JP11

JP12

4650N

19W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

1-2

1-2

1-2

4715MS23TB5A

15W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

1-2

1-2

2-3

7450ES

46W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

1-2

7855 ES
A17-M23-SWB
A17-T23-SWB
W2E200-HH38-01

45W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

79W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

80W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

2-3

2-3

2-3

4600N

18W

115Vac

pb270-N_FS3034

1-2

2-3

2-3

7805ES

38W

115Vac

pb270-N_FS3034

2-3

1-2

2-3

2-3

A17-M12-SWB

42W

115Vac

pb270-N_FS3034

W2E200

80W

115Vac

pb270-N_FS3034

2-3

Note: - indica jumper aperto.

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2) PROGRAMMAZIONE NEL CASO DI VENTILATORI DI 2 MODELLI DIVERSI


JP1) - Ventilatore su M1

Chiudere JP1 2-3;

JP2) - Ventilatore su M2

Chiudere JP2

JP3) - Ventilatore su M3

Chiudere JP3

JP4) - Ventilatore su M4

Chiudere JP4

JP5,6,7,8)

TAB.1 Modello del ventilatore su M1 e/o M2


MODELLO
VENTILATORE

POTENZA TENSIONE

MODELLO
SCHEDA

JP5

JP6

JP7/8

4650N

19W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

1-2

1-2

1-2

4715MS23TB5A

15W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

1-2

2-3

1-2

7450ES

46W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

1-2

7855 ES
A17-M23-SWB
A17-T23-SWB
W2E200-HH38-01

45W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

79W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

80W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

2-3

2-3

2-3
1-2

4600N

18W

115Vac

pb270-N_FS3034

2-3

2-3

7805ES

38W

115Vac

pb270-N_FS3034

2-3

A17-M12-SWB

42W

115Vac

pb270-N_FS3034

1-2

W2E200

80W

115Vac

pb270-N_FS3034

2-3

2-3

2-3

JP9,10,11,12) Settaggio necessario solo in presenza di ventilatori su M3 e/o M4


TAB.2 Modello del ventilatore su M3 e/o M4
MODELLO
VENTILATORE
4650N

POTENZA TENSIONE
19W

230Vac

MODELLO
SCHEDA

JP9/10 JP11

JP12

pb068-N_FS3048

1-2

1-2

1-2

4715MS23TB5A

15W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

1-2

1-2

2-3

7450ES

46W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

1-2

7855 ES
A17-M23-SWB
A17-T23-SWB
W2E200-HH38-01

45W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

79W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

80W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

2-3

2-3

2-3

4600N

18W

115Vac

pb270-N_FS3034

1-2

2-3

2-3

7805ES

38W

115Vac

pb270-N_FS3034

2-3

A17-M12-SWB

42W

115Vac

pb270-N_FS3034

1-2

W2E200

80W

115Vac

pb270-N_FS3034

2-3

2-3

2-3

Note: - indica jumper aperto

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3) PROGRAMMAZIONE NEL CASO DI 3 VENTILATORI DELLO STESSO


MODELLO ED 1 DIVERSO
JP1) - Ventilatore su M1

Chiudere JP1 2-3;

JP2) - Ventilatore su M2

Chiudere JP2

JP3) - Ventilatore su M3

Chiudere JP3

JP4) - Ventilatore su M4

Chiudere JP4

JP5,6,7,8,9)

TAB.3 Modello del ventilatore su M1-M2-M3

MODELLO
VENTILATORE
4650N

POTENZA TENSIONE
19W

230Vac

MODELLO
SCHEDA

JP5

JP6

JP79

pb272-N_FS3080

1-2

1-2

1-2

4715MS23TB5A

15W

230Vac

pb272-N_FS3080

1-2

2-3

1-2

7450ES

46W

230Vac

pb272-N_FS3080

1-2

7855 ES
A17-M23-SWB
A17-T23-SWB
W2E200-HH38-01

45W

230Vac

pb272-N_FS3080

79W

230Vac

pb272-N_FS3080

80W

230Vac

pb272-N_FS3080

2-3

2-3

2-3

4600N

18W

115Vac

pb271-N_FS3079

2-3

2-3

1-2

7805ES

38W

115Vac

pb271-N_FS3079

2-3

A17-M12-SWB

42W

115Vac

pb271-N_FS3079

1-2

W2E200

80W

115Vac

pb271-N_FS3079

2-3

2-3

2-3

JP10

JP11

JP12

JP10,11,12)

TAB.4 Modello del ventilatore su M4

MODELLO
VENTILATORE

POTENZA TENSIONE

MODELLO
SCHEDA

4650N

19W

230Vac

pb272-N_FS3080

1-2

1-2

1-2

4715MS23TB5A

15W

230Vac

pb272-N_FS3080

1-2

1-2

2-3

7450ES

46W

230Vac

pb272-N_FS3080

1-2

7855 ES
A17-M23-SWB
A17-T23-SWB
W2E200-HH38-01

45W

230Vac

pb272-N_FS3080

79W

230Vac

pb272-N_FS3080

80W

230Vac

pb272-N_FS3080

2-3

2-3

2-3

4600N

18W

115Vac

pb271-N_FS3079

1-2

2-3

2-3

7805ES

38W

115Vac

pb271-N_FS3079

2-3

A17-M12-SWB

42W

115Vac

pb271-N_FS3079

1-2

W2E200

80W

115Vac

pb271-N_FS3079

2-3

2-3

2-3

Note: - indica jumper aperto

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OPERATING INSTRUCTION
FMC card programming
IMPORTANT
A fan must always be connected to the connector M1.
If not specified differently for for 230Vac voltage supply pb068-FMC230 (N_FS3048) will
be used while for 115Vac voltage supply pb270-FMC115 (N_FS3034) will be used.
The FMC card allows the fans monitoring in the following cases:
a)

#4 fans of the same type;

b)

#2 couples of fans of different models, distributing on M1 and (optionally) M2 the


first model and on M3 and (optionally) M4 the second model;

c)

#3 fans of the same model (on M1-M2-M3) and a fourth one of a different type
connected to the connector M4. In this case the card has a different code: use
pb271-FMC3x115 (N_FS3079) for supply voltage of 115Vac or pb272-FMC3x230
(N_FS3080) for supply voltage of 230Vac.

The programming starts with all the jumpers (JP1JP12) open and proceed as indicated
hereunder.

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1)

PROGRAMMING IN CASE OF #4 FANS OF THE SAME TYPE

JP1) - Fan on M1

Close JP1 1-2;

JP2) - Fan on M2

Close JP2

JP3) - Fan on M3

Close JP3

JP4) - Fan on M4

Close JP4

JP5,6,7,8)

TAB.1 Model of fan on M1 and /or M2


FAN MODEL

POWER

JP5

JP6

4650N

19W

VOLTAGE CARD MODEL


230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

1-2

1-2

JP7/8
1-2

4715MS23TB5A

15W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

1-2

2-3

1-2

7450ES

46W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

1-2

7855 ES
A17-M23-SWB
A17-T23-SWB
W2E200-HH38-01

45W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

79W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

80W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

2-3

2-3

2-3

4600N

18W

115Vac

pb270-N_FS3034

2-3

2-3

1-2

7805ES

38W

115Vac

pb270-N_FS3034

2-3

A17-M12-SWB

42W

115Vac

pb270-N_FS3034

1-2

W2E200

80W

115Vac

pb270-N_FS3034

2-3

2-3

2-3

JP9,10,11,12) Setting necessary only if fans are connected on M3 and/or M4


TAB.2 Model of fan on M3 and/or M4
FAN MODEL

POWER

4650N

19W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

1-2

1-2

1-2

4715MS23TB5A

15W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

1-2

1-2

2-3

7450ES

46W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

1-2

7855 ES
A17-M23-SWB
A17-T23-SWB
W2E200-HH38-01

45W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

79W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

80W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

2-3

2-3

2-3

4600N

18W

115Vac

pb270-N_FS3034

1-2

2-3

2-3

7805ES

38W

115Vac

pb270-N_FS3034

2-3

A17-M12-SWB

42W

115Vac

pb270-N_FS3034

1-2

W2E200

80W

115Vac

pb270-N_FS3034

2-3

2-3

2-3

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2)

PROGRAMMING IN CASE OF FANS OF TWO DIFFERENT MODELS

JP1) - Fan on M1

Close JP1 2-3;

JP2) - Fan on M2

Close JP2

JP3) - Fan on M3

Close JP3

JP4) - Fan on M4

Close JP4

JP5,6,7,8)

TAB.1 Model of fan on M1 and /or M2


FAN MODEL

POWER

JP5

JP6

4650N

19W

VOLTAGE CARD MODEL


230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

1-2

1-2

JP7/8
1-2

4715MS23TB5A

15W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

1-2

2-3

1-2

7450ES

46W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

1-2

7855 ES
A17-M23-SWB
A17-T23-SWB
W2E200-HH38-01

45W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

79W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

80W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

2-3

2-3

2-3

4600N

18W

115Vac

pb270-N_FS3034

2-3

2-3

1-2

7805ES

38W

115Vac

pb270-N_FS3034

2-3

A17-M12-SWB

42W

115Vac

pb270-N_FS3034

1-2

W2E200

80W

115Vac

pb270-N_FS3034

2-3

2-3

2-3

JP9,10,11,12) Setting necessary only if fans are connected on M3 and/or M4


TAB.2 Model of fan on M3 and/or M4
FAN MODEL

POWER

4650N

19W

VOLTAGE CARD MODEL JP9/10 JP11


230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

1-2

1-2

JP12
1-2

4715MS23TB5A

15W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

1-2

1-2

2-3

7450ES

46W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

1-2

7855 ES
A17-M23-SWB
A17-T23-SWB
W2E200-HH38-01

45W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

79W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

80W

230Vac

pb068-N_FS3048

2-3

2-3

2-3

4600N

18W

115Vac

pb270-N_FS3034

1-2

2-3

2-3

7805ES

38W

115Vac

pb270-N_FS3034

2-3

A17-M12-SWB

42W

115Vac

pb270-N_FS3034

1-2

W2E200

80W

115Vac

pb270-N_FS3034

2-3

2-3

2-3

Note: - indicates jumper open

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3)

PROGRAMMING IN CASE OF #3 FANS OF THE SAME MODEL AND #1


DIFFERENT

JP1) - Fan on M1

Close JP1 2-3;

JP2) - Fan on M2

Close JP2

JP3) - Fan on M3

Close JP3

JP4) - Fan on M4

Close JP4

JP5,6,7,8,9)

TAB.1 Model of fan on M1 and /or M2

FAN MODEL

POWER

4650N

19W

VOLTAGE CARD MODEL


230Vac

pb272-N_FS3080

JP5

JP6

JP79

1-2

1-2

1-2

4715MS23TB5A

15W

230Vac

pb272-N_FS3080

1-2

2-3

1-2

7450ES

46W

230Vac

pb272-N_FS3080

1-2

7855 ES
A17-M23-SWB
A17-T23-SWB
W2E200-HH38-01

45W

230Vac

pb272-N_FS3080

79W

230Vac

pb272-N_FS3080

80W

230Vac

pb272-N_FS3080

2-3

2-3

2-3
1-2

4600N

18W

115Vac

pb271-N_FS3079

2-3

2-3

7805ES

38W

115Vac

pb271-N_FS3079

2-3

A17-M12-SWB

42W

115Vac

pb271-N_FS3079

1-2

W2E200

80W

115Vac

pb271-N_FS3079

2-3

2-3

2-3

JP10,11,12)

TAB.2 Model of fan on M4

FAN MODEL

POWER

4650N

19W

VOLTAGE CARD MODEL JP10


230Vac

JP11

JP12

pb272-N_FS3080

1-2

1-2

1-2

4715MS23TB5A

15W

230Vac

pb272-N_FS3080

1-2

1-2

2-3

7450ES

46W

230Vac

pb272-N_FS3080

1-2

7855 ES
A17-M23-SWB
A17-T23-SWB
W2E200-HH38-01

45W

230Vac

pb272-N_FS3080

79W

230Vac

pb272-N_FS3080

80W

230Vac

pb272-N_FS3080

2-3

2-3

2-3

4600N

18W

115Vac

pb271-N_FS3079

1-2

2-3

2-3

7805ES

38W

115Vac

pb271-N_FS3079

2-3

A17-M12-SWB

42W

115Vac

pb271-N_FS3079

1-2

W2E200

80W

115Vac

pb271-N_FS3079

2-3

2-3

2-3

Note: - indicates jumper open

Rev.D JSE414475 24/08/11

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