AEG Portable Generator 2.33 2 user manual

User manual for the device AEG Portable Generator 2.33 2

Device: AEG Portable Generator 2.33 2
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User ManUal
Protect
2.33 2.0
EN
Uninterruptible
Power supply UPs

Summary of the content on the page No. 2

2 contents 1. Introduction ....................................................................................... 5 1.1. Using this manual .............................................................................................5 1.1.1. symbols and conventions used ....................................................................6 1.1.2. For more information and help ..............................................................7 1.1.3. safety and instructions .........................

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3 4.3. Connection .....................................................................................................26 4.3.1. To the mains connection, terminals (X1 to X4) ....................................26 4.3.2. Connection of the output, terminals (X6 to X9) ..................................28 4.3.3. UPs connection to each battery pack in cabinet, terminals (X11, X12, X23 and X47, X48, X49) ......................................29 4.3.4. Connection main protective

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4 6.3.3. ‘‘Meas Ures ” level (screen menu 2.0) ....................................................48 6.3.4. ‘‘se TTIn Gs” level (screen menu 3.0) .................................................... 51 6.3.5. ‘‘alar Ms” level (screen menu 4.0) ......................................................56 6.3.6. ‘‘Da Ta l OGGer ” level (screen menu 5.0) ..........................................69 7. Maintenance, warranty and service ................................................ 71 7.1. Basic

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5 1. Introduct Ion We would like to thank you in advance for the trust you have placed in us by pur- chasing this product. r ead this instruction manual carefully before starting up the equipment and keep it for any possible future consultation that may be required. We remain completely at your disposal for any further information or any query you should wish to make. Yours sincerely, ae G Power solutions • The equipment here described can cause significant physical damage due to improper ha

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6 1.1.1. symo b ls a N d co Nv ENtio Ns UsEd Warning Carefully read the indicated paragraph and take the stated prevention measures. danger of electrical discharge Pay special attention to it, both in the indication on the equipment and in the paragraph referred in this user manual. Main protective earthing terminal Connect the earth cable coming from the installation to this terminal. earth bonding terminal Connect the earth cable coming from the installation to this terminal. n otes of inform

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7 1.1.2. For mor E iNFormatio N a N d h El P For more information and/or help with the version of your specific unit, contact our service and Technical support (s.t.s.). 1.1.3. sa FEty a N d i Nstr Uctio Ns Together with the equipment and this “user and installation“ manual, information pertaining to “safety instructions” is provided. These can be found in chapter 8.2 of this manual. Before proceeding to installation or commissioning, check that both sets of information are available. Please

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8 2. QuAl Ity And st And Ard gu Ar Antee 2.1. ma Nag EmENt d Eclaratio N Our goal is the client’s satisfaction, therefore this management has decided to estab lish a quality and environmental policy, by means of installation a quality and environmental management system that becomes us capable to comply the requirements demanded by the standard Iso 9001 and Iso 14001 and by our clients and concerned parts too. l ikewise, the enterprise management is committed to the development and improv

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9 2.2. sta Na d rs d The UPs series product is designed, manufactured and certified in accordance with the standard Iso 9001 of quality management systems. The marking shows the conformity to the eeC directive (quoted between brackets) by means of the application of the following standards: • 2006/95/ec : l ow voltage directive. • 2004/108/ec : electromagnetic Compatibility directive (eMC) In accordance with the specifications of the harmonized standards: • en -Iec 62040-1: Uninterruptible

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10 3. Present At Ion 3.1. v iEws 3.1.1. v iEws o F th E Eq UiPmENt (fig. 4) (RV) (fig. 4) (RV) (RV) (CL) (CL) (PF) (PF) (PB) (PB) (RD) (RD) Fig.2:  Cabinet  front  view  for  UPS  up  to    Fig.3:  Cabinet  front  view  for  UPS  from    20  kVA  with  front  door  closed 30  to  80  kVA  with  front  door  closed

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11 a b 2 1 c d e 3 Fig.4:  Control  panel  view Fig.5:  Communication  connectors  details *n ot available for Protect 2.33 2.0 Fig.6:  Cabinet  front  view  for  UPS  up  Fig.7:  Cabinet  front  view  for  UPS  up  to    to  20  kVA  with  front  door  opened  30  to  80  kVA  with  front  door  opened

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12 Fig.8:  No.  1–3  battery  cabinet  front  view  Fig.9:  No.  1–3  battery  cabinet  front  view  with  with  front  door  closed front  door  opened Fig.10:  No.  4  battery  cabinet  front  view  with  Fig.11:  No.  4  battery  cabinet  front  view  with  front  door  closed front  door  opened 

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13 3.1.2 c orr EsPo Nid Ng l EgENs d For th E Eq UiPmENt iv Ews Protection and handling elements (Q): (Q1a) Input circuit breaker or switch according to power of the equipment (Q2) Output switch (Q3) Battery fuse holder switch with 3 fuses (models up to 40 kVa ) or switch (for higher models) (Q4) n ot available for Protect 2.33 2.0 (Q5) Maintenance bypass switch (Q8) Battery fuse holder switch 3 fuses, located in the battery cabinet c onnecting elements (X): (X1) Phase input terminal r (X2) Pha

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14 Keyboard and optical indications control panel (Pc ): (lcd ) Graphic l CD (ent ) Key “en Ter ” (esc ) Key “es C” ( ) Key up ( ) Key down ( ) Key move to right ( ) Key move to left (a) r ectifier input voltage OK le D (green) (b) Output voltage unit from the bypass le D (orange) (c) Inverter is working le D (green) (d) Unit working from batteries - mains failure - le D (red) (e) General alarm. In case of any alarm of the unit le D (red) o ther abbreviations: (Bl ) Mechanical block for manu

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15 3.2. str Uct Ur E 3.2.1. str Uct Ural sch Ema In a single line diagram, figure 12 shows the basic structure of standard equipment and another one with separate bypass line, for a three phase input and output configuration. For any other configuration, only the quantity of cables and terminals at the input, output and bypass will vary. The internal structure of the equipment will never vary. Maintenance line (manual bypass). emergency line (static bypass)  n ormal operation  Mains

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16 • The basic double conversion structure is complemented by two new functional blocks, the static bypass commuter switch and the manual bypass commuter switch. • The static bypass commuter switch connects the output load directly to the bypass network in special circumstances such as overloading or overheating and reconnects it to the inverter when normal conditions are restored. • The manual bypass commuter switch isolates the UPs from the mains and from the loads connected on the output

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17 In all these cases the output voltage of the UPs is supplied by the emergency bypass line through the static bypass commuter switch (Fig. 12), provided that the ePO is inactive. 3.3.4. oPE ratio N iN ma NUal y b Pass When we wish to perform some maintenance check on the device, it may be disconnected from the mains without any need to cut the power supply to the system and affect the critical load. The UPs may be altered, only by technical or maintenance personnel. For maintenance bypas

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18 There are two operation modes possible: • r edundant system: a s long as both UPs do not exceed the level of 50 % load one UPs is able to take over the full load if one of the UPs in the system fails. a fter the failed UPs was repaired it can be restarted and will recover the redun- dancy condition. In case of more than 50 % load per UPs the system will gener- ate an alarm. In case one UPs fails at more than 50 % load per UPs the second UPs will take over and will run into overload. It wi

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19 4. Inst All At Ion • r efer to the safety instructions. • ensure that the data on the rating plate of the UPs match those required for installation. • a ny incorrect connection or handling may cause damage to the UPs and/or the loads connected to it. r ead these instructions carefully and follow the steps indicated in the correct order. • This UPs must be installed by qualified staff and is usable by personal with no specific training. a ll staff using this equipment should become familia

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20 Once the power supply is connected to the input of the UPs (with static bypass included or with an independent static bypass line), although the inverter is “Off” (shut-down), it does not mean that no output voltage is available at the output terminals. To do this, it is required to switch (Q1a), (Q4) and (Q2) to position “Off”. It is possible that the UPs might be supplying output voltage from the manual bypass, so this must be considered for the purpose of safety. If the output power s


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