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Operating Instructions Switch Mode Power Supply AC 2000 / DC 2000
AEG Power Solutions GmbH Department: TD Name: Schenuit Alteration state: 08 Date: 23.08.2004
Operating Instructions 0206 BAL, en
Switch Mode Power Supply AC 2000 / DC 2000
Table of Contents
Notes on these operating instructions..3 1. 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 2. 2.1 3. 4. 5. 5.1 5.2 5.2.1 5.2.2 5.2.3 5.2.4 5.2.5 5.2.6 5.3 5.3.1 5.3.2 5.3.3 5.3.4 6. 7. 8. 8.1 8.2 8.3 9. 10. 10.1 10.2 11. 11.1 11.2 11.3 12. 12.1 12.2 Safety Regulations!...5 Important Instructions and Explanations..5 Accident Prevention Regulations..5 Qualified Personnel...5 Liability...6 Regulations...6 General Information...7 Type Overview...7 Start-Up...8 Operation...8 Functions...9 Circuit diagram AC 2000 / DC 2000...9 Electrical Principle of Operation..10 Safe Electrical Isolation...10 Input....10 Output...11 Dynamic Response of the Output Voltage..11 Emitted Interference...11 Setting the Output Voltage and the Output Current..11 Monitoring...12 Mains Monitoring...12 Output Monitoring...13 Reset Buttons/Functions...13 Signalling...13 Parallel Operation...14 Separate Networks...14 Signal Interface (X11)...14 External On/Off...14 External Sensor Lead Output Voltage UA..14 External Set Value Input...15 Maintenance...15 Fault Location...15 No Output Voltage...15 Deviation of the Output Voltage..15 Technical Data...15 General Technical Data..15 Technical Data of the AC 2000 Series..15 Technical Data of the DC 2000 Series..15 Dimension Drawings..15 Dimension drawing for DC 2000..15 Dimension drawing for AC 2000 over 24 V DC..15
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0206 BAL, en
Notes on these operating instructions
Instruction Obligation These operating instructions must be read carefully by all persons working with or on the switch mode power supply prior to installation and initial start-up. These operating instructions are a composite part of the switch mode power supply. The operator of this device is obliged to communicate these instructions to all personnel transporting or starting the switch mode power supply or performing maintenance or any other work on the unit. Validity These operating instructions comply with the current technical specifications of the switch mode power supply at the time of publication. The contents do not constitute a subject of contract, but serve information purposes only. AEG reserves the right to make modifications with regard to contents and technical data in these operating instructions without prior notification. AEG cannot be held liable for any inaccuracies or inapplicable information in these operation instructions, as no obligation to continuously update the data and maintain their validity has been entered into. Warranty Our goods and services are subject to the general conditions of supply for products of the electrical industry and our general sales conditions. We reserve the right to alter any specifications given in these operating instructions, especially with regard to technical data, operation, weights and dimensions. Claims in connection with supplied goods must be submitted within one week of receipt along with the packing slip. Subsequent claims cannot be considered. AEG will rescind all obligations such as warranty agreements, service contracts etc. entered into by AEG or its representatives without notice in the event of maintenance and repairs being carried out with anything other than original AEG parts or spare parts purchased by AEG. Structure These operating instructions for the SMPS are structured so that all work necessary for starting up, maintenance and repair of the unit can be performed by qualified personnel. Illustrations are provided to elucidate and facilitate certain worksteps. If any work possibly involves danger to personnel and the unit, it is highlighted accordingly by pictograms explained in Chapter 1, Safety Instructions.
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Hotline Our service department is at your disposal for any questions on the Hotline number given below: AEG Power Solutions GmbH Emil-Siepmann-Strae 32 D-59581 Warstein Germany ++49 (0) 29 02-763-100 FAX: ++49 (0) 29 02-763-645 E-mail: Service.email@example.com http://www.aegps.com Copyright No part of these operating instructions may be reproduced or transmitted by any mechanical or electronic means without the express prior written permission of AEG. Copyright AEG 1996. All rights reserved.
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Important Instructions and Explanations
The instructions for operation and maintenance as well as the following safety regulations must be complied with to safeguard the safety of personnel as well as the function of the unit. All personnel installing/ dismantling, starting up, and servicing the unit must be familiar with and observe these safety regulations. Only qualified personnel may perform the described work with suitable and intact tools, equipment, test equipment and materials.
Accident Prevention Regulations
Compliance with the accident prevention regulations valid in the country of application and the general safety regulations in accordance with IEC 364 is mandatory. The following must be observed prior to any work on the switch mode power supply: disconnect the power supply, secure against reactivation, verify that the unit is disconnected from the power supply, earth and short the circuit, cover or isolate any neighbouring power-supplied units.
The SMPS may only be transported, installed, connected, started, serviced and operated by qualified personnel who are familiar with the pertinent safety and installation regulations. All work performed must be inspected by responsible experts. The qualified personnel must be authorised to perform the work by the competent safety officer. Qualified personnel is defined as personnel having completed training and gained experience in the respective field, familiar with the pertinent standards, rules and regulations and accident prevention regulations, having received instruction on the mode of operation and operating conditions of the switch mode power supply, capable of recognising and preventing dangers. Regulations and definitions for qualified personnel are contained in DIN 57105/VDE 0105, Part 1.
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No liability is accepted if the switch mode power supply is used for applications not intended by the manufacturer. Any necessary measures for prevention of injury or damage to equipment is the responsibility of the operator or user. In the event of any claims in connection with the switch mode power supply please contact us quoting: the type designation, works number, reason for claim, period of use, ambient conditions, operating mode.
The SMPS devices comply with current DIN and VDE regulations. VBG4 is met on the basis of compliance with the regulation VDE 0106, Part 100. The specifications of VDE 0100, Part 410, "Functional extra-low voltage with safe isolation" are complied with when applicable. The CE conformity symbol on the unit confirms compliance with EC framework directive for 73/23 EEC - low voltage and for 89/339 EEC - electromagnetic compatibility, if the installation and start-up instructions described in the operating instructions are observed.
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The switch mode power supply type AC 2000 and DC 2000 (also referred to as SMPS) supplies an output capacity of approximately 2 kW. Typical applications are installation as a mains power supply unit or as a secured power supply unit with a battery connected in parallel. The positive dynamic control properties in the event of input voltage fluctuations and sudden load variations are particularly advantageous. The switch mode power supply works in accordance with an IU curve in accordance with DIN 41772 or DIN 41773. It is a preassembled unit which is ready for connection. The connections are provided on the front of the unit for easy access. The operating and indicating elements are installed on the front of the unit. Due to its high degree of efficiency (refer to the technical data sheet) the unit is of compact design as a 19 inch panel mounting unit with four height modules. It is ready for installation in a module rack according to DIN 41494.
Type designation AC 2000 E230 G24/ 65 BWrg-C E230 G106/15 BWrg-C DC 2000 G220 G26/65 Wrg-C G220 G48-60/25 Wrg-C V DC 26 V DC 65 A V AC V AC 24 V DC 65 A 106 V DC 15 A E number Connection Output voltage voltage Output current
V DC 48/60 V DC 25 A
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Before connecting the unit to the mains supply ensure that the mains voltage given on the rating plate complies with the supplied mains voltage. The AC 2000 unit is connected to the mains with 3-pole connector on the front of the unit below the mains switch with L, N and PE and with DC 2000 with PIN 1 = (+), PIN 2 = (-) and PE (reverse voltage protection). The device connector is supplied with the unit. The device must be protected externally.
NOTE: If one pole on the output side of the unit is earthed, the SMPS must be earthed via the output side PE terminal on the front of the unit above the output terminals. In this case the input side PE terminal must not be connected (earth loop!). The PE conductor cross section must be selected in accordance with VDE 0100 Part 540, depending on the unit type. This is also essential when devices are connected in parallel. The DC connection of the unit is established with the connection threaded bolt below the cover on the front of the unit. The set output voltage is stated in Chapter 11 "Technical Data". NOTE: The unit has an amplified smoothing module with large electrolytic capacitors on the output side. If the de-energized capacitors are switched over to the battery by engaging the DC isolator or DC fuse this causes a large surge of charging current. This can be avoided by switching the unit on before engaging the isolator and charging the capacitors to the unit output voltage. The DC isolator or fuse can then be engaged. The unit contains capacitors in the input and output circuits which can still carry voltage when the mains voltage has been disconnected (discharge time > 1 minute). For this reason the terminals must be tested to ensure that they are voltage-free before dismantling the unit. The capacitors must be discharged via an external resistor on the main terminals or terminals L+ and L- if necessary. Signalling is carried out via connector X11. The SMPS is independently air-cooled. The temperature of the intake air must not exceed 45 C. If several units are operated in a cabinet above one another, spacing of 134 mm = 3 height modules must be ensured between the units. Air ducts must be installed between the units to ensure that the temperature of the intake air to the individual units complies with the permissible ambient air temperature. Cabinet systems are designed for a maximum ambient temperature of 40 C. The power loss per unit is approximately 250 W (depending on the model), 90% of which occurs at the rear of the unit.
The unit is operated solely with the operating elements located on the front panel. These are described in the respective chapters and assigned by the designations on the front panel of the unit.
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Circuit diagram AC 2000 / DC 2000
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Electrical Principle of Operation
In the AC 2000 the input AC voltage is converted to a smoothed DC voltage (sinusoidal current consumption). An efficiency factor of > 0.99 is therefore achieved. The DC 2000 is supplied directly with DC voltage. Transistors convert the DC voltage to AC voltage at 100 kHz. Electrical isolation and voltage adjustment to the secondary side is performed with the aid of a transformer. The 100 kHz AC voltage on the secondary side is rectified by fast diodes. The voltage ripple is reduced by a downstream output filter. The output voltage and output current are controlled by pulse widen modulation of the transistor switch on the primary side.
Safe Electrical Isolation
Due to the design of the unit and the assemblies and isolated wiring of the mains and output circuits the units with UA 60 V DC meet the requirements of protection against electrical shock by functional extra-low voltage with safe isolation in accordance with VDE 0100 Part 410 11.83 Section 4.3.2. units with 110 V DC UA 220 V DC meet the requirements of safe electrical isolation in accordance with VDE 0160 5.88 Section 5.6.
The input must be protected externally. When the mains voltage is applied and the unit is switched on it starts with an acceleration stage which limits the make current to the rated input current level (soft start).
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The output curve is an IU curve in accordance with DIN 41772 or DIN 41773 with a 1% voltage step inclination. The unit is of continued short-circuit protected design and in the event of a short circuit supplies the equivalent of the rated current (with DC 2000 double rated current for 1.0 second, then single rated current).
U o 1% Inc lina tio n 100%
ra te d
Figure 2 Output curve
Dynamic Response of the Output Voltage
In the event of sudden load fluctuations between 10% and 90% Irated or 90% and 10% Irated the voltage deviation is U < 5 % and is compensated within < 1 ms (refer to the technical data for exact information on the individual types).
The SMPS meets the specifications of the limit value class "B" in accordance with EN 55011/55022.
Setting the Output Voltage and the Output Current
The setting values of the output voltage, the output current and the monitoring devices are given in the pertinent technical data (refer to Chapter 11). NOTE: In the case of battery voltage deviation the output voltage must be adjusted. The output voltage is adjustable with the UA potentiometer within in a limited range. Procedure: Disconnect the load and the battery, if applicable, on the output.
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Set the required monitoring values with the UA> and UA< potentiometers with a screwdriver:
- UA> Adjustment:
set the UA> potentiometer to the far right stop, set UA to the required UA> value, turn the UA> potentiometer to the left until UA> responds
- UA< Adjustment: Performed as for UA> adjustment (observe the discharge time of the output capacitors and monitoring delay). Connect the load/battery Set the UA output voltage to the required value with the UA potentiometer. The maximum output current is also adjustable within a limited range with the IA potentiometer.
Procedure: Increase the load until the set current limitation is triggered Adjust the IA potentiometer with a screwdriver (IA smaller when turned to the left).
Monitoring Mains Monitoring
The mains monitoring assembly fulfils various functions. It ensures the intrinsic safety of the unit against overloads and overvoltages with fixed switching point settings. The response values (switching points) are given in the technical data sheet.
Hysteresis (Shutd ow n hysteresis ra ng e)
Off U ma ins[V] Overvolta g e
Und ervolta g e
Mains undervoltage monitoring The unit is switched off if the mains supply drops below the switching point. When the hysteresis voltage is exceeded the unit automatically resumes operation with a "soft start".
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Mains overvoltage monitoring When the maximum permissible mains voltage is exceeded, the SMPS is stopped for the duration of the overvoltage. When the voltage level drops below the hysteresis voltage the unit automatically resumes operation with a "soft start".
The setting potentiometers and the LED indicators for the following monitored functions are located on the front plate: Overtemperature monitoring AC 2000 with deactivation, without latching. When the unit has cooled down it automatically resumes operation with a "soft start". DC 2000 1. Warning, without deactivation, without latching 2. Fault, with deactivation and latching - DC overvoltage indicator UA>
with deactivation and latching (response delay t = 10ms) Adjustment with UA> potentiometer
- DC undervoltage indicator UA<
AC2000 without deactivation, without latching DC2000 with deactivation and latching (response delay t = 2.8 s) Adjustment with UA< potentiometer
- Operation indicator lights up when power is supplied
A fault signal (response of an output monitoring device) can be acknowledged with the "Reset" button. The unit then resumes operation if it was switched off. A fault signal can also be acknowledged by switching off the mains voltage or with the external on/off function.
The faults are indicated by LEDs on the front panel and signalled on signal connector X11 as a collective signal via a potential-free relay contact (changeover contact) (refer to circuit diagram). The contact between X11:12 and X11:13 is closed in the event of unit failure. Relay contact load: Umax = 110 V DC Iper < 0.45 A DC Umax = 60 V DC Iper < 1 A DC Umax = 24 V DC Iper < 8 A DC Maximum isolation from the secondary side: 110 V DC
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Due to the inclination of the voltage step of approximately 1% a load distribution of approximately 10% is achieved in parallel operation of several SMPS units. If load distribution is to be optimized the output voltage of the unit with the lowest load current should be increased and the output voltage of the unit with the highest load current decreased. Selective monitoring of the individual SMPS units is only possible with external isolating diodes in the output. Systems with redundancy As the units can be connected in parallel it is possible to create systems for redundant operation in accordance with the n+1 principle.
When the SMPS is connected to separate networks, mains overvoltages must be expected which can last for a period of seconds. For example if rotary converters are used for supply, up to 20% overvoltage over a period of seconds occurs. The SMPS is protected against this overvoltage. The mains overvoltage monitoring device (refer to 5.3.1) stops the unit for the duration of the overvoltage.
Signal Interface (X11)
The unit can be switched on and off externally via a potential-free contact (contact load 15 V DC/5mA, contact open = "Unit Stop"). To this purpose the bridge on signal connectors X11:7 and X11:8 must be removed and a relay contact looped in (refer to Chapter 5.1). The contact is connected galvanically with the unit output. The potential of X11:7 and X11:8 is applied to - UA. In the case of positive pole earthing the potential - UA which is now higher (in relation to reference potential) is applied to these inputs. Electrical isolation must therefore be carried out by the external relay.
External Sensor Lead Output Voltage UA
On all units is possible to compensate a voltage drop of 1 V on both the positive and negative output cables. For compensation on the positive output cable X11:9 is connected to the positive pole of the load, for compensation on the negative output cable X11:10 is connected to the negative pole of the load. If the sensor lead is interrupted the output voltage increases by 1 V.
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External Set Value Input
The "internal/external" switch is used to switch between the internal and external voltage set value. In the "int" position the unit works in basic mode with the output voltage and current values stated in the technical data (refer to Chapter 11). In the "ext" position the output voltage can be adjusted with an external set value input. The "external" setting is indicated by a yellow LED on the front of the unit. The current set value function is set at the works to the internal set value and can be switched to an external set value input if required. The set value setting for voltage and/or current is performed on signal connector X11 with the signals shown in the circuit diagram (refer to Chapter 5.1). In this case the voltage difference between + Uset and UA is between 0 V and 30 V. The inputs for the external set value inputs are galvanically connected to the - UA output! In order to obtain defined conditions the earth connection of the external set value inputs (X11:3 and X11:5) must be connected to the unit earth X11:1. Noise immunity to high-frequency fields is achieved by utilization of shielded cables. The shielding must be connected to the front of the unit (next to X11). The rated voltage and current values are achieved with a set value setting of 4.0 V DC. Fine adjustment can be performed with the UA and IA potentiometers. The monitoring devices must be adjusted to the respective output voltage with the UA> and UA< potentiometers (refer to Chapter 5.2.6). NOTE: There is no electrical isolation of the unit output voltage UA, i.e. if the positive pole is earthed the output voltage potential is applied to these inputs! To avoid a short circuit the external set value input must be electrically isolated from the SMPS. With the SMPS it is also possible to address an external voltage divider with the unit voltage of +7.5 V in order to achieve the external set value input. The maximum load current of the +7.5 V voltage must then not exceed 10 mA.
The SMPS is constructed of state of the art components which are almost maintenance-free. It is, however, advisable to inspect the unit and perform functional tests on the unit at regular intervals to ensure its constant availability and operational reliability. When inspecting the unit check for: mechanical damage or foreign bodies, conductive dirt or dust deposits in the unit and accumulated dust which could obstruct heat circulation.
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If excessive quantities of dust have accumulated the unit should be cleaned with compressed air to improve heat dissipation. The intervals at which inspection of the unit is necessary depend on the local site conditions.
Only trained and qualified personnel are permitted to perform any work on the unit.
No Output Voltage
Mains voltage applied or correct pole connection on DC 2000? Is the mains switch set to ON? Is the bridge between X11:7 and X11:8 provided or is the contact for external on/off closed? Output poled incorrectly? In parallel operation: external isolating diodes poled incorrectly? Has UA> monitoring responded (UA> LED lights up)?
Press reset and check the UA> setting with UA potentiometer (refer to Chapter 5.2.6). If all the points listed above are in order, proceed as follows: Unscrew the cover Observe the safety instructions on the front of the unit! Check the plugged connections for correct fit. Check fuse F101 (type SA 6xA 250 V) on circuit card A10. Check fuse F1 (type TR 5 0.1 A 250 V) on circuit card A10. If fuse F1 has triggered, replace the fuse and resume operation of the unit. If fuse F1 triggers again, return the unit to the works for repair. If fuse F101 has triggered circuit card A10 is faulty. Return the unit to the works for repair.
Deviation of the Output Voltage
Is the unit running in current limitation due to overload? Reduce the load! Is the setting of the UA potentiometer incorrect? Adjust the output voltage (refer to 5.2)! If an external sensor lead is used, is the sensor lead open? In the case of an external set value input, is the set value correct?
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General Technical Data
Make current.. Rated input current Required mains protection. gL 16 A Curve.. IU curve in accordance with DIN 41772 or DIN 41773 Emitted interference to EN 50081-1 - Conducted interference.. to EN 55022 Class "B" - Emission.. to EN 55022 Class "B" Noise immunity to EN 50082-2 - Housing.. ESD test to EN 61000-4-2, 6 kV contact, 8 kV air discharge HF field to EN 61000-4-3, 10 V/m (30 MHz - 1 GHz) - Power cables. Burst test to EN 61000-4-4, 2 kV Surge test to EN 61000-4-5, 4 kV asymmetrical 2 kV symmetrical - Control cables.. Burst test to EN 61000-4-4, 2 kV Surge test to EN 61000-4-5, 2 kV asymmetrical Functional extra-low voltage.. with safe isolation at UA 60 V to VDE 0100 Part 410 11.83. Section 4.3.2 Safe electrical isolation. at 110 V DC UA 220V DC to VDE 0160 5.88 Section 5.6 Dynamic response.. 5 % with sudden load fluctuations between 10 % - 90 % - 10 % rated output current (adjustment time t 1 ms) Short circuiting. continued short-circuit protected, 1 x rated output current 2 x rated output current for t = 1.0 s, for DC 2000, then 1 x rated output current Monitoring.. Mains overvoltage with deactivation, self-acknowledging Mains undervoltage with deactivation, self-acknowledging
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with LED indication:.. DC overvoltage with deactivation and latching DC undervoltage without deactivation on AC 2000, with deactivation on DC 2000 - AC 2000.. Overtemperature with deactivation, self-acknowledging - DC 2000.. Overtemperature warning without deactivation Overtemperature fault, with deactivation, latching Parallel operation.. Number unlimited, load distribution approximately 10% Design.. 19" panel mounting unit for installation in module rack to DIN Protection category. IP 20 Cooling.. Independent self-cooling Ambient temperature. 0C to 45C, 0C to 40C when installed in cabinet Storage temperature.. -30C to + 85C Environmental conditions. IEC 721 Part 3-3 Class 3K3 / 3Z1 / 3B1 / 3C2 / 3S2 / 3M2 Site altitude. up to 1000 m above sea level Mechanical stability and vibration resistance.. to VDE 0160 Version 5.88 Item 7.2.2 Surface painted with.. RAL 7032 (front plate) Connections Mains connection X1. Elbow connector type GDM 2011 DC output X2.. up to 25 A DC connection threaded bolt M6 max. torque 3 Nm at 65 A DC connection threaded bolt M8 max. torque 6 Nm PE connection:.. Connection threaded bolt M6 Signal interface.. Signal connector type MCVW 1.5/14-ST-3.81
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Technical Data of the AC 2000 Series
Type E number Rated connection voltage Frequency Current input Output voltage Set value Setting range Output voltage Set value Setting range Battery type Power factor Efficiency Voltage ripple 86.5 % 20 mV pp 88.5 % 20 mV pp 8.8 A AC 8.8 A AC G24/G106/230 V AC +10% /-15 % 47 to 63 Hz Set value
26.8 V DC 1 % 118.2 V DC 1 % 22 to 29 V DC 105 to 135 V DC 65 A DC 2 % 40 to 65 A DC 11-12 lead cells 15 A DC 2 % 10 to 15 A DC 53-55 lead cells 0.99
Interference 1.0 mV voltage according to CCITT Monitoring Mains undervoltage Mains overvoltage DC undervoltage Response value Setting range 24 V DC 18 to 28 V DC Response value 190 / 184 V AC (On/Off) Response value 260 / 270 V AC (On/Off)
106 V DC 90 to 130 V DC
DC overvoltage Response 29.5 V DC value 20 to 32 V DC Setting range Dimensions (mm) (W x H x D) Weight 11.8 kg
123.5 V DC 100 to 135 V DC 483 x 177 x 206 (19" x 4 height modules) 11.8 kg
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Technical Data of the DC 2000 Series
Type E number Rated connection voltage Current input Output voltage Set value Setting range Output current Set value Setting range Efficiency Voltage ripple Interference voltage according to CCITT Monitoring Mains undervoltage Mains overvoltage DC undervoltageResponse value Setting range DC overvoltageResponse value Setting range Dimensions (mm) (W x H x D) Weight 11.8 kg Response value approximately 185 / 170 V DC (On/Off) Response value 290 / 287 V DC (On/Off) 22.8 V DC 20 to 30 V DC 29 V DC 20 to 30 V DC 57 V DC 45 to 70 V DC 68 V DC 50 to 75 V DC G26/220 V DC +30% / 15% 8.7 A DC 26 V DC 1 % 21 to 26 V DC 65 A DC 2 % 45 to 65 A DC 88 % 10 mV pp 1.0 mV G48-60/220 V DC +30% / 15% 8 A DC 63 V DC 1 % 48 to 70 V DC 25 A DC 2 % 18 to 25 A DC 89 % 20 mV pp 1.8 mV Set value
483 x 177 x 206 (19" x 4 height modules) 11.8 kg
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Dimension drawing for DC 2000
Dimension drawing for AC 2000 over 24 V DC
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Modular switch-mode rectier designed for industrial applications
Output rating from single rectifier: 50 A (at 24 Vdc) 40 A (at 48 Vdc) 15 A (at 120 Vdc) 9 A (at 220 Vdc) Applications
For all industrial applications. Provides secured DC power in combination with a parallel battery, for supply of all types of DC consumers including constant voltage and current sources. The rectier module is suitable for charging many types of batteries including: vented lead acid, valve regulated lead-acid (VRLA) or nickel-cadmium batteries (NiCd). It can also be used as a direct power supply without batteries. The rectier can be used in Protect MIP Systems.
Key features Operating principle
After an EMI lter, the single phase mains AC voltage is boosted with a Power Factor Corrector to smoothed 400 V DC voltage. This allows it to achieve a power factor of > 0.99. From this, MOSFETs generate an AC voltage of 100 kHz. Through a transformer, the galvanic insulation and the voltage adjustment take place at the secondary side. The high frequency AC voltage is then rectied by means of fast-acting diodes. An output lter is installed to reduce the voltage ripple. The output voltage and current are controlled by pulse width modulation of the transistor switch on the primary side. Compact design due to its high power density and format Sinusoidal input current and low harmonics to reduce installations and operating costs High efciency to reduce operating costs Low voltage ripple to prolong battery life time Robust due to its very wide operating input voltage (80 to 280 Vac) Reliable operation due to advance protection (input, output, temperature, current, power) and high MTBF Parallel operation with load sharing function +/-5 % Adjustable output voltage Automatic stop on high and low mains voltage with automatic re-start Self-protection against high temperature conditions via automatic output power de-rating Fan speed control and monitoring low noise, extended fan life time Fan monitoring with alarm signaling when failed. Easy removing for simple maintenance Easy to operate: compact, light, hot pluggable, clear indications by LED, adjustment free, ready to use Control and alarm functions for remote management ROHS compliant
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PM 2000: Specication
TYPE PM 2000
Part number 24 V / 50 A V / 40 A V / 15 A V / 9 A 8000029283
Nominal input voltage Frequency Current consumption Inrush current Power factor 230 Vac 20% (+20% -60% functional) 50 Hz or 60 Hz, 5 % 10 Aac 10 Aac 1,5 nominal peak current 0,99
Output voltage Setting range Output current Voltage ripple Efciency (%) Line and load regulation Dynamic response Short circuit response Parallel operation / load sharing Characteristic line 24 Vdc 16,5-33 Vdc 50 Adc Vdc 120 Vdc 220 Vdc 33-66 Vdc 83-166 Vdc 151-302 Vdc 40 Adc 15 Adc 9 Adc < 200 mV peak to peak (30 MHz Bandwidth) 91 <1% 5 % for 10 % - 90 % - 10 % -90 %, recovery to normalregulation limites <5 ms Permanently short circuit proof, 1 x rated output current Number unlimited, load sharing approx. 5 % Constant current/constant voltage (I/U as per IEC 478 1) during oat charge Under-voltage / over-voltage with switch-off, self-acknowledging Output voltage / heat sink temperature with derating and switch-off Mains fail, rectier fail, control loop fail/rectier in fall back operation, DC overvoltage shutdown, output voltage present, fan fail Green LED: DC output present, Red LED: mains fail, rectier output fail, rectifer fail, fan fail Control voltage, remote shutdown, commissioning enable Horizontal or vertical 1U, plug-in module for installation in Protect MIP sub-rack 19 IP 20 to EN 60721-3-2 RAL 7035 43,6 x 210 x 295 3,1 Hot pluggable with rear connections Forced air cooling with electronic speed control 0 C to 45 C -40 C to 80 C (in original packing) EN 60721 part 3-3 class 3K3 / 3Z1 / 3B1 / 3C1 / 3S2 / 3M2 up to 1000 m above sea level at nominal load EN 60950-1 EN 61000.6-1,2,3,4, CEI IEC TS 61000-6-5 (UNE 21000-6-5) EN 60721-3-1,2,3, ROHS CE ISO9001
MONITORING AND INDICATION
Mains-side monitoring Output-side monitoring Alarms Indicators Input controls
Design Degree of protection Mechanical strength and vibration resistance Equipment colour Dimensions H x W x D (mm) Weight (kg) Connections
Type of cooling Operating temperature Storage temperature Environmental conditions Installation height
Safety EMC Environment Approvals Certication
AEG is a registered trademark used under license from AB Electrolux
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