ETI0001-1417, 1550 VA UPS, with PDU
Rugged COTS1550 VA Rackmount
UPS with Integrated Intelligent Power
Distribution Unit Combination
Standard Product: Navy IT-21, SNAP III, JMOC, ADNS, MAST,SPAWAR
Rugged Power™Isolated UPS
1550 VA Rugged Rack Mount UPS
Integrated 6 Circuit, 2 Pole, Intelligent, Solidstate Power Distribution Unit
The field-proven Rugged Systems™ UPS line is ideally suited for military, industrial, computer and telecommunications applications requiring high reliability, rugged construction, compact size, and lightweight design. These units are equally suited for use in shipboard, airborne, vehicular, field deployed, or fixed locations with controlled or uncontrolled environments. The"N5 Series" was specifically designed to save rack space and installation costs while enhancing the functionality of both the UPS and PDU. The "N5 Series" does not require a separate PDU since the PDU functions are already integrated into the UPS module. This saves rack space, cabling, and expense while improving overall reliability.
The heavy-duty chassis occupies only 3U of Rackspace while delivering up to 1550 VA of clean, uninterruptible power. The rounded metal corners and rugged handles, both front and rear, aid in safe handling. The optional mounting kit includes flanges and legs for either horizontal or vertical positioning. Internally, all major components are well secured and electrically insulated to prevent damage due to shock and vibration. An internal transformer bay accommodates the input isolation transformer with provisions for both domestic and optional international voltages. The LED arrays keep the operator informed as to the unit's status including load and battery levels. The high-intensity audible alarm can be heard in high noise environments, yet is easily adjustable to suit quieter conditions. All controls and protective devices are brought to the front panel with critical switches or breakers guarded. Further, all front panel devices are recessed to prevent damage or accidental operation.
The internal intelligent PDU allows control of the individual output circuits incorporating thermal and interlock interfaces for additional control and safety, plus Battleshort override. The display and control panel can be mounted remotely in the rack or on the front panel with only a logic-level cable connection. The input circuit breaker and the galvanic isolation transformer all provide a double pole isolated source for all installations including shipboard systems or overseas locations where phase references and grounding are not consistent.
The rear panel provides locking connectors for the input and output power. A washable intake air filter and high-capacity stainless steel ball-bearing fans provide added protection in both controlled and hostile environments. Typically the exhaust air is diverted out the front vents or easily changed to vent out the sides or both. The external battery connector allows the safe and easy addition of the standard or extra
battery modules without having to shut the unit down. The batteries are maintenance-free with immobilized electrolyte and are constructed of flame retardant materials
For more information, see the Battery Technology section. The Status connector provides an interface with optional computer software providing loss of AC and low battery status as well as remote shut down capability.
For more information:
- See the Power Distribution Units section for a listing of stand alone PDUs
Overall, the Outdoor Rugged Power line is uniquely qualified for critical shipboard, vehicle, airborne or land-based systems combining advanced modular design features with highly reliable construction.
|Output voltage:||120 VAC true sinewave standard, others optional|
|Output rating: UPS||1550 VA in 3U chassis
0.65-0.75 pf std, optional configurations to 24,000 VA
|Non-linear load capacity:||Up to 100% non-linear load capability w/o derating|
|Output voltage regulation: UPS||± 3.0% static regulation of nominal
± 4.0% dynamic (0 to 50% load step)
|Overload surge capacity:||110% for 10 minutes; 125% for 30 seconds|
|Harmonic distortion:||Less than 5.0% into 100% non-linear load|
|Output frequency: UPS||60 or 50 Hz ± 2.5% synchronized to utility
60 or 50 Hz ± 1.0% w/ utility not available
400 or 1000 Hz output available as an option
|Operational status||Status, load and battery level LEDs, w/contacts
Adjustable level,+90 dB audible alarm w/on/off
|Input voltage selection:||Nominal 115 VAC, optional autoranging input of 85-270 VAC|
|Input voltage tolerance: UPS||85-135 VAC @ full load without using battery, to 70 VAC @ 75% load|
|Input frequency:||From 46 Hz to 70 Hz standard, optional to 440 Hz|
|Input/output isolation:||Up to 2000 VA, up to 120 dB common mode, <5 mA leakage|
|Input transient suppression:||Complies with IEEE 587 and UL 1449|
|Input control/protection:||Guarded 2 pole input breaker w/ UPS fuse
Optional cold start to turn on w/o AC present
|Input power connection:||AMP CPC Type XII locking, various options|
|Battery type:||Maintenance free immobilized electrolyte,
Flame retardant materials (Oxygen Index 28+)
|Battery life:||Rated for continuous service life of 5 years|
|DC protection:||Panel mounted fuse, optional breaker|
|Battery expansion:||Up to 24 hours w/ Battery Expansion Modules|
|Output circuits:||Six controlled outputs via solidstate relays|
|Output control:||Local/remote control panel w/rocker switches
Thermal and remote interlock ON/OFF control
|Output receptacles:||IEC320-15R w/cord restraints, various options|
|Dimensions ( H x D x W ):||5.25 (3U) x 23.5 x 19.0 in (133 x 597 x 483 mm)|
|Rack Slide Mount Patterns:||Jonathan, General Devices patterns standard, others optional|
|Alternate Mounting Options:||Table, Wall, Floor, Portable, Horizontal/Vertical|
|Unit weight:||115 lb. (52 kg) with lift handles front and rear|
|Audible noise:||Less than 47 dB @ 5.0 ft., ANSI “A” scale|
|Cooling type:||High capacity, positive pressure, forced air|
|Cooling air direction:||Rear intake, exhaust to front or sides or both|
|Air intake filter:||Washable filter media, various porosities|
|Storage temperature:||-40° to 158° F ambient (-40° to 70° C) with fully charged batteries|
|Operating temperature:||32° to 113° F ambient (0° to 45° C ), lower/higher optional|
|Operating humidity:||0 to 95% relative humidity (non-condensing)|
|Storage elevation:||Up to 40,000 ft (12,192 m)|
|Operating elevation:||Up to 15,000 ft (4,572 m), higher optionally|
|United States:||Meets UL-1778 standard for UPS equipment,
MIL STDs 167-1, 454, 810, 901D, 1399-300A, & 2000
|Canada:||CSA C22.2 No. 107 UPS safety requirements|
|EMI Protection:||EMI/RFI FCC Part 15, Class A standard; MIL STD 461 optional|
- First Year Standard Warranty- The Energy Technologies’ Standard Warranty covers labor and material (excluding batteries) for the first year after shipment; however, this warranty excludes travel and living expenses. Refer to the Warranty section of this manual.
- Extended Warranty (Optional)- For those customers who desire to purchase service over and above the Standard Warranty, ETI will provide a quote for a service plan to meet your requirements. Typical plans include the following:
- Extended Warranty Option– This plan provides for replacement parts as an extension to the Standard Warranty one-year period.
- Limited Full Service Plan Option– The Limited Full Service Plan extends the Standard Warranty beyond the initial one-year period, and includes travel and living expenses for the warranty period. This plan can be offered with or without preventive maintenance.
Return Material Authorization
If the product requires service for any reason, the customer should contact the Customer Service Department. If the product must be returned to ETI for repair or replacement, the customer must obtain a Return Materials Authorization (RMA) number. The product must be packed in the original shipping container or other equally suitable container. The product must be shipped prepaid with the RMA number on the packing slip. Unauthorized returns of units will be subject to an inspection and handling charge plus any repair and all transportation charges.
If you have to return the unit for repair, it is imperative that it be packaged properly! Due to the weight of the unit and the potential for mishandling, the unit carton must be strapped to a skid before shipping. This forces the freight company to use a tow motor to move the unit. When a skid is not used, there are stages in handling where the carton will be manhandled and inevitably gets dropped on its ends. Foam packs and other packing fillers alone are not adequate to avoid mechanical damage. Energy Technologies, Inc. will not be liable and a breach of warranty will occur if:
1) a skid is not used
2) proper handling is not maintained.
Energy Technologies, Incorporated (ETI) warrants against faulty materials or workmanship for equipment sold new and delivered pursuant to the terms of any agreement between ETI and customer for one (1) year from the original date of shipment of the equipment. The warranty is limited to repair or replacement during the warranty period at the sole discretion of ETI. It is the responsibility of the customer to notify and return the defective product to ETI, with all costs for shipment of the product to and from ETI paid by the customer. The defective product must be returned intact and shall appear to ETI upon inspection that the failure of the product was caused by defective material or workmanship. Such repair or replacement shall be made free of charge if the defect is determined to be caused from faulty material and/or workmanship, the unit is within the warranty period, and ETI was notified within the warranty period.
This warranty, however,
(a) extends only to, and is intended for the benefit only of, customer (original purchaser), and does not obligate, and shall not be construed to obligate, ETI to any person or organization other than customer.
(b) is effective only when customer returns such defective part or parts to ETI’s factory, transportation prepaid, immediately upon customer’s discovery of the defect in question.
(c) is not effective when the part or product in question is, or has been, operated beyond rated capacity, used or applied improperly, or used with parts which are not made or recommended by ETI.
(d) does not render ETI liable for any claims or claims for damages which may result, directly or indirectly, from any defect in any part or parts manufactured by ETI; except to replace the part or parts in question.
In lieu of returning defective part or parts to ETI’s factory as specified in subparagraph (b) of the foregoing standard warranty, the customer may request ETI to make necessary repairs on site. If ETI agrees that such on-site repairs are practical, ETI shall supply parts and labor for this purpose free of charge; however, the customer shall pay ETI’s traveling expenses to and from said site and living expenses of such personnel while traveling and while on site. If the required repairs are found to be caused by the mishandling, misuse or misapplication of equipment furnished by ETI and/or the required repairs are covered by the ETI Operations and Maintenance Manual, then ETI shall supply labor at the per diem rate normally charged for field service. Parts to be in accordance with ETI’s spare parts prices.
The warranty shall be void if:
(a) the equipment is damaged by the customer, is improperly used, is subjected to an adverse operating environment, or is operated outside the limits of its electrical specifications.
(b) the equipment is repaired or modified by anyone other than ETI or ETI approved personnel.
(c) has been used in a manner contrary to the products operating manual or other written instructions.
ETI reserves the right to make changes, additions, and/or improvements in its products without incurring any obligation to install them on its products previously manufactured and/or sold. No provision of this warranty shall cover the installed batteries. However, the battery manufacturer’s warranties shall be passed through to the customer whenever applicable. ETI will not be liable for any associated costs incurred by the user or installing contractor as a direct or indirect result of failure or in the replacement of defective in-warranty material. The customer MUST obtain a Return Material Authorization from ETI’s Customer Service Department before returning a product for warranty service. The return authorization number MUST be placed on the outside of the shipping box and the equipment must be packaged securely to avoid damage during shipping. Unauthorized returns for in-warranty repairs may be rejected or subject to an inspection and handling charge of $75 plus any repair and all transportation charges.
The warranty is expressly in lieu of all other warranties, expressed or implied, including, and without limitation, any implied warranty or merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, and/or any other obligation or liability on the part of Energy Technologies Inc. The sole exclusive remedy for breach of any warranty, expressed or implied, concerning ETI’s products and the only obligation of ETI hereunder, shall be the repair or replacement of defective equipment, components, or parts, or, at ETI’s option, the refund of the purchase price or substitution with a new replacement product. ETI shall in no way be responsible for any consequential damages, of any kind, or nature whatsoever, resulting from the breach of any warranty.