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KUWAIT OIL COMPANY (K.S.C.)

KOC STANDARD
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UNlNTERRUPTlBLE POWER SUPPLY SYSTEM (DOCNO. KOC-E-011)

STANDARDS DIVISION

KOC STANDARD

FOR
UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SUPPLY SYSTEM

DOC NO.: KOC-E-011


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(Formerly 015-pH1909)

TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE NO, SCOPE

GENERAUAPPUCATION
TERMINOLOGY REFERENCE CODES AND STANDARDS ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS SERVICE CONDITIONS BASIC ENGINEERING INFORMATION CONSTRUCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT PERFORMANCE RECTIFIER DC LINK INVERTER STATIC BYPASS SWITCHES MANUAL BYPASS SWITCH STANDBY POWER SUPPLY BATTERY EARTHING WIRING AND TERMINALS CABLE TERMlNATlONS CONTROL AND PROTECTlON EQUIPMENT

22.0 ANTWONDENSATION HEATERS

23.0 NAMEPLATES AND LABELS 24.0 PAINTIN3


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26.0 QUALITY ASSURANCE

27.0 PACKING, MARKING AND DOCUMENTATION


28.0 SPARE PARTS AND MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS
29.0 APPENDIX I (DATA S H E m

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SCOPE

This standard covers the design, manufacture, inspection, testing and supply of Uninterruptible Power Supply systems (UPS) for installation at KOC facilities in Kuwait.

The Unintenuptibk Power Supply systems (UPS) shall fully comply with all relevant contractual requirements specified in the Data Sheet.

h b standard, along with their merits and Any excepdons or deviations from t justifications, shall be brought to the attentton of KOC's ControllTng Department, for their review, consideration and amendment by Standards Division (if required).
TERMINOLOGY

KOC:
UPS: DCS: ESD: HRC: LCD: LED: MCB:

Kuwait Oil Company (K.S.C.) Uninterruptible Power Supply Distributed Control System Emergency Shutdown (System) High Rupturing Capacity Liquid Crystal Display Light Emitting Diode Miniature Circuit Breaker

MMTBF: Minimum Mean Time Before Failure


MMTR:

Minimum Mean Time Repair Power factor Semiconductor-Controlled Rectifier ~illisecond

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REFERENCE CODES AND STANDARDS


In the event of conflict between this Standard and the codes referenced herein, the most stringent requirement shall apply, unless otherwise specified.

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The Uninterruptible Power Supply system shall conform in design, materials and performance, except where otherwise specified, with the current issues and amendments of the following Standards.

Direct Acdng Indicating .Analogue Efectrical Measuring Instruments and Their Accessories. -

1 ~ ~ 7 Power 6 Transformers.
IEC 146 Semiconductor Convertors. IEC 185 Current Transformers. IEC 186 Voltage Transformers. IEC 255 EIectrical Relays. IEC 269 tow-Voltage Fuses. IEC439 Low-Voltage Switchgear and Controlgear Assemblies. IEC 623 Vented Nickel Cadmium Prismatic Rechargeable Single Cells. 1EC 664 Insulation Coordination for equipment within Low-Voltage Systems. IEC 947 Low-Voltage Switchgear and Controlgear. British Standards
BSEN 55014

Limits and Methods of Measurement of Radio Disturbance Characteristics of Electrical MotorOperated and Thermal Appliances. Degrees of Protection Provided by Enclosures (1P Code).

BSEN 60529

The Uninterruptible Power Supply systems shall also conform .with aU. relevant KOC Standards of which the following are specifically referred here. KOC-G-002 KOC-G-004 KOC-G-007 KOC Standard for Hazardous Area Classification. KOC Standard Documentation. for Packing, Marking and

KOC Standard for Basic Design Data.

KOC-0-009

KOC Standard for Spare Parts and Maintenance Data. PIantlEquipment Noise Control. KOC Standard for Painting and Coating of Metal Surface) New ConstructJon.

015-NH-1104 (KOC-L-011)

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KOC-PIOOt

KOC 381f020 General Specification for Electrical Engineering.


Compliance with this Standard shall not relieve the supplier o t its responsibility to supply UPS suited to meet the specified service conditions and applicable regulations. ENVIRONMENTAL CONDmONS The environment of Kuwait, is severe on all equipment and must be considered carefully before procurement of plant and equipment. It must be assumed that, unless otherwise specified, equipment may be subjected to sand and fine particle dust storms, salt laden winds, thunderstorms, heavy rains, chemical contaminants and extreme temperatures.

KOC Standard for Basic Design Data, KOC-G-007, provides the detailed design Information regarding the environmental, site, and utility supply conditions prevailing throughout the KOC facilities.
SERVlCE CONDmONS The uninterruptible power supply systems shall be new and in all respects suitable for continuous operation under the environmental conditions stated in KOC-G-007. Reliability of all UPS to perform continuously In the service conditions specified I s essential. Equipment typical of that being supplied shall have been in operational use elsewhere for a minimum of 3 years. Prototype or unproven equipment not having a well established record shall not be considered. The uninterruptible power supply system shall be designed to provide a minimum mean time between failure (MMTBF) of 25,000 hours and minimum mean time repair (MMTR), with service personnel on-site,. not - .. . exceeding 2 hours. All component parts including inverters, rectifiers, contactors, transformers, fuses, relays, other current-carrying parts, and auxiliary devices, etc., shall have the specified ratings, which shall be their continuous rating as installed in the UPS after being suitably derated in line with KOC 381/020 for the specified service conditions.

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BASIC ENGINEERING INFORMATION The uninterruptible power supply system shall operate on voltage supplies as specified in the Data Sheet. The uninterruptible power supply system shall be suitable for continuous operation, with output held as specified in clause 13.0 and with variations of input voltage and frequency as follows: Voltage

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Frequency f 2.5%. The system voltage will be subject to transients voltage depressions down to 80% of nominal system voltage during motor starting and voltage interruptions during system short circuits. The UPS must be able to withstand transient high frequency voltages of 2-kV peak superimposed on the input system voltage as a result of system switching operations. The load neutral of the uninterruptible power supply system shall be isolated from the neutral of the incoming supply and the frame of the equipment, Electrical components for incorporation into the 'UPS' shall have been type tested to the relevant IEC standards. These shall be selected to exclude readily combustible insulating and constructional material and excessive heat generation. Electrical and mechanical reliability is of the utmost importance. The output supply and rating shall be as specified in the data sheet. CONSTRUCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS The uninterruptible power supply system shall be housed in free-standing, floor-mounting, metal-enclosed enclosures permitting front access only. It shall be complete with all necessary Instruments, controls, indicators, connectors, circuit breakers, isolators, fuses and ventilation. For dual systems each set of rectifier, inverter and static switches shall be assembled together to form two compartments. Single system shzl! '3 . housed in a single compartment. The standby power components s : . , . , a located in a separate compartment when specified on the Data Sheet. .The equipment shall be designed to minimize risk of an internal short circuit. It shall also provide safety to personnel and safe operation during inspection and maintenance. Under extreme conditions of major short circuits or maloperation, there shall be no danger to persons in the vicinity of the equipment. Interlocks and covers shall be provided to prevent incorrect or unsafe operation and to prevent access to live parts.

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The enclosure of uninterruptible power supply system shall provide a degree of protection not less than IP4X In accordance with 9SEN 60529. The enc!osure shall be constructed from folded and welded mild sheet steel not less than 2 mm thick. The foundation base frame and lifting lugs shall -. be provided. Cab* entry shall be via 3-mm thick removable gland plate(s). Gland plate(s) shall be of adequate size to accommodate the cables required. The requirements mentioned in 8.4 and 8.5 above shall not be mandatory for the UPS upto 5 kW capacity. Front access door(s) shall be sufficiently rigid and close fitting to exclude dust, Gaskets of neoprene or other approved material shall be used to provlde a seal. Hinged doors shall not exceed width of 900 mm and shall be provided with lockable handles. The enclosure design shall allow work to be carried out safely, and without contact with live parts, on each rectifier, inverter and static switch, when isolated, with the load operating on the other rectifier, inverter and static switch or on the standby supply transformer. This shall be achieved by appropriate segregation of components into separate compartments. Door-mounted components shall be arranged in a logical manner. Sufficient internal lighting shall be provided for ease of inspection, maintenance and operation. All live terminals and door-mounted components shall be shrouded or otherwise protected by barriers providing a minimum degree of protection IP2X with the enclosure door(s) open. This shall apply to all doors or frames giving access to internal components. The enclosure and equipment within shall be suitable for cooling by natural convection. Where forced ventilation is unavoidable, redundancy shall be provided such that failure of any one cooling fan on any thyristor stack shall not impair the unit performance. Where standby fans are provided, the changeover shall be automatic. Particular attention shall be paid to the location of ventilation louvres and their arrangement. Dust filters shall be provided on all louvres end shall be easily replaceable during operation. The baheries shall be installed in a separate enclosure of similar. construction to that of rectifiernnverter and standby supply enclosure(s). The battery enclosure shall be naturally ventilated. A separate battery room shall be provided for the battery enclosure. The battery enclosure design shall allow replacement of faulty battery cells without disturbing the remaining cells.

The battery room Is classified area, therefore the reference shall be made to KOC-G-002 alongwith Hazardous Area Classification drawings of the facility. The uninterruptible power supply system noise level shall not exceed GOdB(A) measured 1m from the equipment, at any position and at any load current between zero and 100%. Reference shall be made to 015-NH-1104 (KOC-L-011) " ~ l a n t l ~ q u i p m eNoise nt Control.'

ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
The uninterruptible power supply system shall be of the solid-state type. All connections to subassemblies, e.g. transformers, semiconductor heatsink assemblies, control modules etc., shall be made via centralized termination or connection blocks. Printed circuit cards shall be replaceablewithout the use of a soldering iron. (Indirect edge connectors are preferred). Printed circuit card shall be tropic proofed. Useful test points and adjustment points shall be placed such that it is not necessary t o reach past exposed live parts during live rneasurements/testing. All exposed live parts shall be shrouded and provided with warning labels. PERFORMANCE The uninterruptible power supply system shall be one of the following as specified in the Data Sheet:a)

A single rectifierlinverter system with standby power supply.


A dual redundant system having duplication of all parts except the standby power supply and the battery and its isolator.

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A single system or each half of the dual redundant system shall ti housed in its own enclosure and shall comprise the following major c r 3onents arranged in a modular construction:

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DC link.
Inverter. Static switch.

Both halves of a dual redundant system shall be on-line and operate in parallel.

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The standby power supply shall be housed in its own enclosure and shall comprise a bypass transformer, automatic voltage regulator, static switch and manual bypass switch.

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The radio frequency interference from the equipment shall not exceed tha limits specified in BSEN 55014.

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?he equipme& performanc6 shaU not be affected by externally produced ' electromagnetic fields, Calculations for UPS system and battery sizing shall be submitted to KOC for review and approval. The batteries shall have capacity to supply the total specified load for DCS, ESD, and other for at least one hour and for the ESD system at least 4 hours unless otherwise specified. Under mains failure conditions, the inverters shall continue to supply the total load for 1 hour and the Emergency Shutdown (ESD] load for 4 hours with no break in output or loss of performance due to deriving the d.c. supply from the batteries. One hour after mains failure a signal shall be initiated by the inverter unit to trip the miniature circuit breaker (MCB) feeding the load circuits other than the ESD circuits. The uninterruptible power supply system shall be suitable for supplying nonlinear loads up to its continuous nameplate rating. The non linear loads shall consist of a DCS, instruments and other loads required for the faciky. The uninterruptible power supply system under normal conditions shall supply the load continuously from one or both inverters. The inverter d.c. input voltage shall be supplied from a rectifier rated for supplying the maximum rated inverter load and capable of charging the batteries from a fully discharged condition simultaneously. The time taken to automatically fully charge the batteries from a fully discharged condition shall be as specified in the data sheet but it shall not exceed 12 hours. In the event of a single-inverter failure in a dual system, the load shall be automatically switched to the remaining inverter via the static switch without disturbance to the load voltage. Each inverter shall be rated to supply the total system load condnuously plus 25%.

In the wrent of failure of inverter of a single system or both inverters of a dual system, the load shall be automatically switched to the mains fed standby bypass transformer via the stadc switch(es) without disturbance of the load voltage.. . . . . . . .
Manual bypass switches shall also be incorporated iri the units to enable a controlled maintenance shutdown of one or both the inverter systems. The inverter system shall be capable of supplying its rated load within the specified output voltage and frequency variation without interruption to the power supply output under all operating conditions including: a) Failure of one or both rectifiers and transfer to the standby supply.

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The rectifier control switching between the float and boost modes. Switching manually between normal and bypass; operation. Switching manually between inverter systems. Automatic transfer from standby to. main supply. Failure of the main supply to the system.

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The IncomIng isolator shall have a load-breaking, fault-making capacity in accordance with IEC 947, utilization category AC-23A. The operating handle shall have onloff indication, be interlocked with the cubicle door and be lockable in the off position. The rectifiet(s) shall be of the current limiting constant-voltage type with a phase-controlled SCR, which in normal operation shall be suitable for charging the battery from fully discharged condition while maintaining the inverter standing loads. The rectifierb) shall be capable of supplying the associated inverter with the batteries disconnected and the inverter output voltage remaining within the specified regulation. The rectifier shall be provided with overvoltage protection or suppression. The d.c. circuit shall be earth free and an earth-fault alarm shall be provided. The rectifier output shall be protected by switch fuses.

The rectifier shall be provided with the following analogue or digital instrumentation:
Charger input voltage. Charger input current. Charger output voltage. Charger output current.
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The following alarm and indication functions shall be provided: Mains failure alarm and indication. Charger failure alarm and indication.

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A common alarm volt-free change-over contact wired to terminafs for remote alarm shall be provided incorporating all alarm functions identified above,

Manual floatmoost charge selection shall be provided in addidon to the automatic charging facility, The boost charge selection shall be automatically cancelled after r timed perlod if it is likely to cause harm to the batteries, Boost-charging ahaM only be used where the battery characteristic permits. The rectifler(s) shall be provided with a manual voltage regulating contrd for initial chargingDC UNK The d.c. link shall reduce the ripple content of the d.c. supply, eliminate voltage peaks and maintain a constant d.c. input voltage to the inverter.
A filter shall be provided on the d.c. link output to minimize high frequency spikes and prevent voltage ripple feedback from the inverter,

INVERTER

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The InvarterW shall be suitable for continuous operation at the load speclfled. The lnverter(s) shall be n t e d at 0.8 pow& factor but shall be capable of $ripplyingloads with power factors between 0.7 lagging and 0.9 leading. The inverter output voltage shall be as specified on the data sheet and voltage regulation shall be 1%. The output voltage shall be adjustable to 5% of nominal.

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The inverter output voltage shall be sinusoidal with r frequency of 50 Hz. or as specified In the data sheet f 0.25 Hz. or better on internal frequency control.

The inverter total harmonic distortion of the output voltage shall not exceed 5% r.m.8. The output waveform shall not contain any voltage notch with a depth greater than 20% of the instantaneous voltage.

Each inverter.shaUinclude electronic synchronizing equipment which shaU maintain tho inverter output in synchronism with tho mains supply whenever the mains supply is within 0.5 Hz. of the nominal frequency. Outside these limb, the inverter shall revert to its own internal frequency control.

The lnverter shall be capable of withstandhg a short circuit at its terminals without equipment damage, The d.c. input to each inverter shall be fitted with a low-voltage trip to shut down the lnverter when the battery supply falls to its lower Ilmit.

The inverterb) shall be provided with an on off control switch.


Inverteris) shall be complete with internal protection and current-limiting devices to prevent damage to components and voltage surges in the output. Each inverter unit shall be provided with the following instrumentation: Output voltage. Output frequency. Output current. The following alarm and indication functions shall be provided: D.C. voltage outside limits, alarm and indication.

High temperature alarm and indication.


Output voltage low and high alarm and indication. .
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Output frequency out of limits indication. Inverter failed alarm and indicadon.
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Inverter on internal frequency control.

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A common alarm volt-free change-over contact wired to terminals for remote alarm shall be provided incorporating all alarm functions above.
STATIC BYPASS SWITCHES

The stadc bypass switch(es) shall automatically transfer the load from the inverter supply whenever a fault occurs In the inverter, the battery capacity is approaching the end of cell voltage or the inverter b subject to an

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overload beyond its capability. For the single inverter failure, the transfer shall be to tho remaining inverter, For a failure of both inverters, the transfer shall be to the standby bypass supply. Automatic transfer to the bypass supply shall be conditional upon voltage and frequency being within tolerance. In the cam of an inverter overload beyond its capability, the load shall automatical~y be transferred to bypass supply. The load shaU automatically be re-connected to the lnverter following clearance of tho excem output. Tho transfer shall be accomplished without Interruption of the supply to the load. The transfer shall be completed in less than 5 ms. PtovisfcnshaU be made for manual inidation of changeover from lnverter to inverter and to the standby supply and for restoring inverter supplies. Manual or automatic changeover from inverter to inverter or standby shaU be conditional on the two supplies being synchronized or if the lnverter voltage is zero and the output of the standby supply is within 10% of nominal voltage.

The input of the static bypass switch(es) shall be protected by switch fuses and output shall be provided with isolating switchb). Tho stadc bypass switch(es) shall be provided wlth an automadc reset feature which shaft reset the load to the lnverter after restoration of inverter output and synchronization. The static swltch(es) shall be completed with internal protection devices to prevent damage to components and voltage surges in the output, The static bypass switch(es) shall be provided wlth the following instrumentation: Output voltage and frequency. Output current. The following alarm and indicadon functions shall be provided: lnverter available indication.
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Bypass supply available indication. Static switch transferred alarm and indication. Static switch manually bypassed alarm and indication.

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Bypass supply out of frequency alarm and indication. Static switch failure alarm and indication.

A common alarm volt-free change-over contact wired to terminals for remote alarm shall be provided incorporating all alarm functions identified above.

MANUEL BYPASS SWITCH Manual bypass switches shall be provided external to the main enclosures so that the load 'un be connected to the bypass standby supply when maintenance of (one or both) the tectifier(s), inverter(s) and static switch(es) b requited, without live equipment being present in the cubicle where the rectifier, inverter and stadc bypass switch are located. The manual bypass switches shaU provide with the following three positions: Normal position. Maintenanceltest position. Bypass position. The manual bypass switch shall be make before break and fault making load break type.
STANDBY POWER SUPPLY A standby power supply shall be provided comprising a bypass transformer and automatic voltage regulator,

A bypass transformer shall be provided to maintain loads in the event of inverter($) failure or maintenance requirements.
The transformer construction shall be of the dry type double wound, with an earth shleld between windings, configured to suit the uninterruptible power supply system, and shall comply with the req*~irements of IEC 76. The transformer shall be capable of operating continuousty ~mder the service condition^ defined. The transformet shall be rated 125% the rating of the inverter. The transformer in-rush current'shall be limited to five times.$? current. The transformer shall be capable of operating at its rated power output on any tap. Tappings shall be provided on the primary winding by means of a bolted link in accordance with the following:

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The bypass transformer incoming switch shall have a load-breaking, faultmaklng capacity in accordance with IEC 947; utilization category AC-Z3A. The operating handle shall have onloff Indication, be Interlocked with the cubicle door and shall bo padlockable in the off position.
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.. i h e bypau transformer outpbt shall be protected with suitable-sized switch


fuses o f the fully shrouded typa.

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The output of the bypass transformer shall be regulated by an automatic voltage regulator giving r steady-state voltage regulation between zero and full load output of 1% of the nornlnal voltage. BATT1EP.Y Unless otherwise specified in the data sheet the batteries shall be capable of supplying at any site ambient temperature the inverters for the period specified in sectlon 9.0, Performance, when the inverters are supplying 8 load equivalent to full-load output including the 25% spare capacity with no mains input to the rectifiers, without the inverter output voltage moving outside the specified tolerances. Batterles shall be as specifled In the data sheet and be focated in a separate battery room. Batteries shall have a life expectancy of not less than 10 years under the service conditlons, Plastic material cell containers shall be non-flame propagating, mechanically shock resistant and translucent, giving a visual indication of electrolyte level. Inter-cetl connections shall be provided and shall be insulated or otherwise provided with protective covering to prevent inadvertent short circuiting. Batteries shall be protected against the effects of overvoltage, undervoltage and overcharging in accordance with the approved battery manufacturer's recommendations. Batteries shall be furnished in a dry condition with electrolyte liquid in separate container. Electrolyte shall be added at the time the battery is put into senrice and given a conditioning charge.

An earth bar shall be provided along the full length of each enclosure. All metallic non-current-carryingparts shall be bonded tonether and connected to the earth bar. External M I 0 earthing terminals shall be provided to facilitate connection of the enclosures to the earthing system,
Panel-mounted equipment with exposed metal parts such as Indicating lights, push-buttons and relays shall be adequately earthed.

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Provisionshall be made for connecting the earth continuity conductors and cable armouring of all outgoing circuits, Doors and hinged parts shall be bonded to the UPS structure by means of a flexible copper connection having a minimum cross-sectional area of 6 square p m arranged so that it cannot be trapped as the door is opened or .closed,' Connections from the main earth bat to components shall consist of greenlyellow PVC-sheathedstranded copper conductors. Termination lugs shall be of the compresdon type,
WlRINO AND TERMINALS

The internal wiring shall be carried out in a minimum of 1.5 square mm stranded copper conductor 60011000 V grade PVC-insulated wires. A minimum of 2.5 square mm shall be used for current transformer wiring. Solid conductors shall not be used. Wiring shall be configured so that its insulation shall not be subject to injurious temperature. Internal wiring shall be adequately supported by clamping of loomed runs or installed in plastic trunking. Self-adhesive fixing is not acceptable. The suppodng arrangements for wiring shall be such that they are not liable to cause permanent physical damage or deformation to the conductor or insulation. Wiring shall not be bent to a radius less than the permissible value given by the approved manufacturers. Trunking fill shall not exceed 75% of I t s capacity. Internal panel wiring shall be identified. by proprietary heat-shrinkable ferrules at each end, with numbers allocated by the Contractor. All wiring drawings produced by the Contractor shall clearly identify the appropriate reference numbers. All wiring shall be terminated with pin-crimped terminations. Terminal blocks shall be arranged to facilitate accessibility for cable cores termination and inspection of terminal identification numbers. Terminals shall be of the pinch-platetype, KlIppon manufacture or Company-approved equivalent, suitable for a minimum conductor size of 2.5 square mm.

Terminal blocks shall be logically grouped, indelibly marked and provlded with removable plastic shrouds. Segregation of different voltage level within terminal blocks shall be achieved by barriers. Voltage levels shall be clearly identified by labels, No more than one wire shall be inserted into any one terminal. Looping between terminals, when required, shall be carried out using the purpose made top of block cross connection or comb-type busbar. Terminal blocks associated with external sources of supply shall be fully shrouded and fitted with a danger warning label,

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Terminsk associated with external current monitoring signal shall be provided with easily removable shorting plugs. A t least 300-mrn clearance shall be allowed between the gland plate and any internal equipment to permit easy cable installation and connection.
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Back of panel wiring shall be so arranged that accesa to tho connecting stems of relays and other apparatus and to cotitacts of control and other switches b not impeded.
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Wiring looms crossing from ffxed to hinged panels shall be mechanically supported on both panels, adjacent to the hinged side, by means of saddles or compression-type supports. Wring colours shall comply with the following:
440 V.a.c. phases

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AC control wiring

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DC control wiring

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Spare terminals equal to at least 25% of the total used shall be provided to enable any spare multkore cable conductors to be terminated.

Undrilled removable gland plates shall be provided on cable termination compartmentsAll cable entries shall be from bottom, and all connections shall be made from the front of the panel. The terminals shall be so arranged that dressing and connecting of cables can be done safely, and without exposure to adjacent live functional units. Inside the compartments separate terminals or bolts of adequate dimensions, one for each cable, shall be fitted for cable armouring earthing purposesCONTROL AND PROTECTlON EQUIPMENT
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The uninterruptible power supply system monitoring, control, annunciation and diagnostics shall be microprocessor based with LCD and keyboard entry. The LCD shall give comprehensive information on the equipment

status and full diagnostic information; In general, tho following shall be availabie: Indication of unit and system statusContinuous recording of rnalogua and digital data, including alarms and faults. Indication of stadstlcrregardlng alarms and faults, lndicatlon of battery conditionand calculation of battery bridgingtime, Alarm, diagnostic and fault messages.
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One complete monitoring, control and annunciator system shall be provided for each rectifiernnverter system.
A mimic diagram shall be located on the front of each equipment and shall show the power flow pattern through the units. The mimic diagram, control, annunciation and indication described in this Standard may be in the form of software associated with the microprocessor system.

Conventionalmimic diagrams, control, annunciation, meteringand indication systems are also acceptable. LED brightness shall be such that they are clearly visible In normal artificial lighting levels. When specified the Data-logging facilities with battery-backed memory and a serial data link shall be provided for transfer of data to a remote printer. Where applicable, a lamp test push-button shall be incorporated on the front of the cubicles. All alarm indications shall be latched until reset by means of a reset command. The battery current metering shall clearly indicate the direction of the flow of currentAnalogue-indicadng instruments shall be the 72-mm square flush type and comply with IEC 51, Class 1 . The instruments shall be back connec+z ' (2 have external zero adjustment- The mlnimum scale reading shall not be lessthan 20% of the normal or full-load reading. All facias shall bo white and pointers black- Scale shall be in actual values. A red line or adjustable red pointer to indicate the normal operating point shall be provided. In case of digital displays, these shall be accurate to at least 1 V or 1 amp. Metering and indication shall be corrected to read true r.m.s. values of voltage and current.

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The unintenuptible power supply system &all be fully protected to prevent damage. to any internal components. AH circuits shall be adequately protected by means of circuit breakers or fuses. The protective devices shall be readily accessible. Moulded case circuit breakers shall have asymmetrical making and breaking capacity according to IEC 947, switching capacity P2. Each phase pole shall be fitted with external adjustable thermal and magnetic elements. The thermal elementa shall be compensated up to r maximum ambient temperature of 50C. Magnetic trip Indication shall be provided. MCB protection shall be provided in the battery charging circuit. All M C b shall be fitted with thermal and magnetic trips according to IEC 947. The battery fuse switch, located with the battery in r battery room, shaU be certified Ex'd' Gas Group I l C , Temperature Class T3. Fuses shall be of the HRC type according to IEC 269 and fitted in fully insulated carriers and bases. Current transformers shall comply with the requirements of IEC 185. The secondary winding of current transformers shall be earthed at one point through a removable link, with provision for attaching test links. Current transformers shall be rated to withstand the thermal and magnetic stresses resulting from through fault current. All alarms shall be both visual and audible. Test, accept and reset pushbuttons shall be provided, Volt-free contacts shall be provided for remote alarm purposes. A contact shall be provided for each individual alarm, and they shall be wired to terminals, grouped as applicable to serve as common alarms.
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Alarms shall be arranged so that their operation may be checked by Qmulatlon which is as close as possible to the alarm'conditlon. Provision shall be made to cancel and/or inhibit the boost charging operation in the event of a failure of the extract system from the battery room. AHn-CONDENSATION HEATERS Where specified on the Data Sheet the space heaters, controlled by thermostats, shall be provided for each enclosure containing electronic components and shall have minimum degree of protection' 1P50' iri accordance with BSEN 60529. Heaters with isolating switch fuse and neutral link shall be suitable for 250-V, single-phase supply from an external source. Surface temperature of all heaters shall not exceed 160C. An indication lamp shall be provided with a label "Heater Supply On'.

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NAMEPLATES AND tABElS

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Each unit arid main subassembly shall have a nameplate clearly and indeiibly markedwith the data spedfied In the appropriate IEC standard. Nameplates shaU be fixed with non-conodible screws or rivets.

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An engraved instruction notice shall bo affixed to the equipment In 8 prominent location, The notice shall list procedures to be employed in switching for start-up, shutdown, maintenance and test operations,
Warning labels shall be provided in all locations where necessary to warn personnel of potentially dangerous situations. All instruments, selector switches, indicators, etc. shall be provided with descriptive labels, All solid state or other equipment which can be damaged when subjected to high voltage shall be provided with a warning label stating that they must not be subjected to high voltage tests. Labels shal have black characters on r white background, except that warning labels shall have white characters on a red background.
All labels shall be engraved on plastic-laminated material and secured with non-corrodible screws. Adhesive or self-tapping screws are unacceptable.

All components incorporated within the unit shall be indelibly marked with the component citcuit reference. Handwritten stickers or dyno-tape labels are unacceptable.

Painting shall be in accordance with the KOC-P-001 "Painting and Coating of Metal Surfaces New Construction.'

The tests listed below shall be performed at the Approved Man Works. Tests shall be made for each rectifierAnverter system .. U C I U ~ and then repeated for the equlpments operating in parallel.
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Tests shall be carried out in accordance with the relevant Par- of IEC 148 and shall include the following as minimum:

Inverter r.m.s. voltage and frequency regulation curves for 110% full load.

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Efficiency, input and output voltage error at 25%. 50%. 100%, full load at unity and 0.8 pf lagging. ~%rmonic content of output wave form Sd, ful load, and harmonics at

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Telephone harmoniccontent and radio frequency interference to BSEN 55014, Measurement of harmonic content of input supply. Measurement SCR balance (current sharing fot dual systems),

Transient response of output voltage to be recorded at zero and 100% load for the following conditions:

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Transfer tolftom static bypass switch. Output voltage and frequency shall stay within the limits given in clause 13.2 and 13.3 of this document.

Dynamic response of the output voltage to load steps of zero to 100% load and 100% to zero load. Demonstrate ability of system to withstand 150% overload for 60 seconds and short circuit the inverter output without blowing fuses or damage to internal components. Synchronizing tests.

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25.8

The equipment shall be subject to r heat run of suitable duration to equilibrium point, plus 6 hours with a maximum overall time period of 12 hours. ' Tests shall then be made to determine temperature rise by resistance method on wound components and static components/heat sinks including calculations of junction temperatures to demonstrate that the system is sultabh for operation at full output in an amblent temperature o f . . 50C.
Dielectric tests. Full functional tests including switching of the Power source from normal AC to batteries, and to standby power.

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26.0

QUAUrV ASSURANCE

27.0

The manufacturer shall operata 8 quality system which ensures that the requirements of this Standard are achieved. The quality system shall preferably be based on IS0 9000 series of standards and the manufacturer shad demonstrata compliance by providing a copy of the accredited .certificate or the manufacturer's quality manual. Verification of the manufacturer's quality system b normally part of 'the prequaliflcation procedure, and b therefore not detaifed in the core text of this Standard,
PACKING, MAMINO AND DOCUMENTATION

For all relevant requirements, refer to UOC-0-004, 'Packing, Marking and Documantadon,'

27.2

A I correspondence,drawings, instructions, data sheets, design calcuhtlons, or any other written information shall be In English language.

27.3
28.0

All dimensions, units of measurement, physlcal constants, etc. shall be in SI units, unless otherwise specified.
SPARE PAIZTS AND MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS

For all relevant requirements, refer to KOC-0-009 "Standard for Spare Patts and Maintenance Data.'

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