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Symmetra PX Installation Parallel and Single V 400/480 kW 250/500
Symmetra PX Installation Parallel and Single V 400/480 kW 250/500

Symmetra

PX

Installation Parallel and Single V 400/480 kW 250/500
Installation
Parallel
and
Single
V
400/480
kW
250/500

Table

of

Contents

IMPORTANT

SAFETY

INSTRUCTIONS

SAVE

THESE

INSTRUCTIONS................................................................................................................

1

Symbols

used

...............................................................................................................

Specifications...................................................................................................................

Single

Configurations.................................................................................................

Single

Mains

without

MBwD

......................................................................................

Dual

Mains

without

MBwD

.........................................................................................

Parallel

Configurations...............................................................................................

Single

Mains

..............................................................................................................

Dual

Mains.................................................................................................................

1

2

2

2

2

2

2

3

 

AC

Mains

Input..............................................................................................................

3

AC

Bypass

Input...........................................................................................................

4

AC

Output.......................................................................................................................

4

 

Battery

Input..................................................................................................................

4

Fuses,

Breakers,

and

Cables

in

the

US..................................................................

5

Single

Systems..........................................................................................................

5

Parallel

Systems

........................................................................................................

5

Recommended

Fuses,

Breakers,

and

Cable

Sizes.....................................................

6

Fuses,

Breakers,

and

Cables

in

Europe,

Africa,

and

Asia

................................

7

Required

Breaker

Settings

for

Input

Overload

and

Short-Circuit

Protection

for

Breakers

with

Electronic

Trip

Units

.............................................

9

Single

Mains

Installation

(Common

Mains

and

Bypass

Input

Breaker)......................

9

Dual

Mains

Installation

(Separate

Mains

and

Bypass

Breaker)..................................

9

Torque

Specifications

.................................................................................................

9

Connect

the

Power

Cables........................................................................................10

Overview

of

Cables......................................................................................................10

Top

Entry

Systems

with

Line-up

and

Match

Batteries

...............................................10

Top

Entry

Systems

with

Remote

Batteries.................................................................10

Bottom

Entry

Systems

with

Line-up

and

Match

Batteries..........................................11

Bottom

Entry

Systems

with

Remote

Batteries...........................................................11

Prepare

the

Installation

..............................................................................................12

Run

the

Cables

in

Top

Entry

Systems

.......................................................................12

Run

the

Cables

in

Bottom

Entry

Systems..................................................................13

Remove

NEMA

2

Hole

Pattern

..................................................................................14

AC Mains Input .............................................................................................................. 3 AC Bypass Input ........................................................................................................... 4 AC Output ....................................................................................................................... 4 Battery Input

990–2806G-001

Symmetra

PX

250/500

kW

400/480

i V

Install

the

Terminal

Blocks

(Optional)....................................................................14

Connect

Input

Cables,

Bypass

Cables,

and

PE/Equipment

Grounding

Conductor

......................................................................................................................15

Top

Entry

Systems.....................................................................................................15

Bottom

Entry

Systems...............................................................................................16

Connect

the

Output

Cables.......................................................................................17

Connection

of

Bonding

Jumper

and

Technical/System

Earth.........................17

Systems

in

the

US

.....................................................................................................17

Systems

in

Europe,

Africa,

and

Asia

.........................................................................17

Connect

the

Bonding

Jumper....................................................................................18

Connect

the

Technical

Earth......................................................................................19

Connect

Battery

Cables

in

Systems

with

Remote

Batteries............................20

Connect

Battery

Cables

in

Top

Cable

Entry

Systems

................................................20

Connect

Battery

Cables

in

Bottom

Cable

Entry

Systems

..........................................21

Communication

Cables

..............................................................................................22

EPO

switch

wiring......................................................................................................22

For

installations

in

the

US

and

Canada......................................................................22

For

installations

in

Europe.........................................................................................22

Connect

Communication

Cables

between

Power

Module

and

Input/Output/Bypass

Enclosure

in

250

kW

systems

.................................................23

Connect

Communication

Cables

between

Power

Module

and

Input/Output/Bypass

Enclosures

in

500

kW

Systems................................................24

Run

the

Communication

Cables

................................................................................25

Connect

the

EPO

and

Output

Disconnect

Switch

......................................................26

Connect

Communication

Cables

between

the

Input/Output/Bypass

Enclosure

and

Battery

Enclosure

...............................................................................................27

Connect

Communication

Cables

between

Battery

Enclosures..................................28

Connect

Communication

Cables

between

Input/Output/Bypass

and

Battery

Breaker

Enclosure

.....................................................................................................29

Ancillary

Monitor

Board

and

EPO

Connection

and

Trip

Board

(Option)...........................................................................................................................30

 

Install

the

Assembly

..................................................................................................30

Connect

Signal

Wires

to

the

Boards..........................................................................31

Relay

Inputs/Outputs

.................................................................................................34

 

Connect

Parallel

Cables

.............................................................................................35

Installation

of

the

Battery

Breaker

Enclosure

(Option).............................36

 

BBE

placed

Line-up-and-match

...............................................................................36

BBE

placed

Remotely

in

Top

Cable

Entry

Systems............................................36

BBE

placed

Remotely

in

Bottom

Cable

Entry

Systems.....................................37

Prepare

BBE

for

Cables

in

Top

Cable

Entry

Systems........................................37

Prepare

BBE

for

Cables

in

Bottom

Cable

Entry

Systems.................................37

Connect

Cables

in

Systems

with

Line-Up-and-Match

BBE..............................38

Install the Assembly ..................................................................................................30 Connect Signal Wires to the Boards ..........................................................................31 Relay Inputs/Outputs .................................................................................................34 Connect Parallel

Symmetra ii

PX

250/500

kW

400/480

990–2806G-001 V

 

Connect

Cables

in

Systems

with

Remote

BBE....................................................39

Connect

BBE

Communication

Cables....................................................................40

Install

Seismic

Option..................................................................................................41

Replace

the

Side

Panel

Lock

....................................................................................41

Install

the

Rear

Anchoring

Brackets.......................................................................44

Install

the

Front

Anchoring

Bracket........................................................................45

Install

the

Top

Assembly

Bracket............................................................................45

Install

the

Door

Hinge

Lock.......................................................................................46

Install

the

Battery

Locks

............................................................................................47

Install

the

Bypass

Static

Switch

Lock

....................................................................47

Install

the

Filter

Option

in

the

Power

Module

Enclosure

.........................48

Connect Cables in Systems with Remote BBE ....................................................39 Connect BBE Communication Cables ....................................................................40 Install Seismic Option

990–2806G-001

Symmetra

PX

250/500

kW

400/480

iii V

iv Symmetra PX 250/500 kW 400/480 990–2806G-001 V

iv

Symmetra

PX

250/500

kW

400/480

990–2806G-001 V

IMPORTANT

SAFETY

INSTRUCTIONS

 

SAVE

THESE

INSTRUCTIONS

 
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS WARNING: ALL safety instructions in the Safety Sheet (990-2984) must be read, understood
 
WARNING: ALL safety instructions in the Safety Sheet (990-2984) must be read,
WARNING: ALL safety instructions in the Safety Sheet (990-2984) must be read,

WARNING:

ALL

safety

instructions

in

the

Safety

Sheet

(990-2984)

must

be

read,

 

understood

and

followed

when

installing

the

UPS

system.

Failure

to

do

so

could

result

in

equipment

damage,

serious

injury,

or

death.

 
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS WARNING: ALL safety instructions in the Safety Sheet (990-2984) must be read, understood
 
Caution: All electrical power and power control wiring must be installed by a qualified
Caution: All electrical power and power control wiring must be installed by a qualified
 

Caution:

All

electrical

power

and

power

control

wiring

must

be

installed

by

a

qualified

 

electrician,

and

must

comply

with

local

and

national

regulations.

 
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS WARNING: ALL safety instructions in the Safety Sheet (990-2984) must be read, understood
 
This unit contains components that are sensitive to electrostatic discharge (ESD). Follow
This unit contains components that are sensitive to electrostatic discharge (ESD). Follow

This

unit

contains

components

that

are

sensitive

to

electrostatic

discharge

(ESD).

Follow

 

proper

ESD

procedures

to

avoid

severe

damage

to

electronic

components.

 
 

Symbols

used

SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS WARNING: ALL safety instructions in the Safety Sheet (990-2984) must be read, understood
 
WARNING: Indicates an electrical hazard, which, if not avoided, could result in injury
WARNING: Indicates an electrical hazard, which, if not avoided, could result in injury

WARNING:

Indicates

an

electrical

hazard,

which,

if

not

avoided,

could

result

in

injury

or

death.

 
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS WARNING: ALL safety instructions in the Safety Sheet (990-2984) must be read, understood
 
Caution: Indicates a hazard, which, if not avoided, could result in injury or death.

Caution:

Indicates

a

hazard,

which,

if

not

avoided,

could

result

in

injury

or

death.

SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS WARNING: ALL safety instructions in the Safety Sheet (990-2984) must be read, understood
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS WARNING: ALL safety instructions in the Safety Sheet (990-2984) must be read, understood
 
Note: Indicates important information.

Note:

Indicates

important

information.

SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS WARNING: ALL safety instructions in the Safety Sheet (990-2984) must be read, understood
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS WARNING: ALL safety instructions in the Safety Sheet (990-2984) must be read, understood
 
See: Indicates that more information is available on this subject.

See:

Indicates

that

more

information

is

available

on

this

subject.

SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS WARNING: ALL safety instructions in the Safety Sheet (990-2984) must be read, understood
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS WARNING: ALL safety instructions in the Safety Sheet (990-2984) must be read, understood
990–2806G-001 Symmetra PX 250/500 kW 400/480 V 1

990–2806G-001

Symmetra

PX

250/500

kW

400/480

V

1

Specifications

Single

Configurations

Q3 Mains Output Q1 Q2 Battery Battery Breaker Q3 Bypass Q5 Mains Output Q1 Q2 Battery
Q3
Mains
Output
Q1
Q2
Battery
Battery Breaker
Q3
Bypass
Q5
Mains
Output
Q1
Q2
Battery
Battery Breaker
Mains
Single
Configurations
Parallel
MBwD
without
Mains
Dual
MBwD
without
Mains
Single

Q3

Output
Output

Q4

= Q1A = Q2A Battery A = Q1B = Q2B Battery B = Q1C = Q2C
=
Q1A
=
Q2A
Battery A
=
Q1B
=
Q2B
Battery B
=
Q1C
=
Q2C
Battery C
Specifications Single Configurations Q3 Mains Output Q1 Q2 Battery Battery Breaker Q3 Bypass Q5 Mains Output

Mains 1

Battery A

Battery A

Battery B

Battery B

Battery C

Battery C
2 Symmetra PX 250/500 kW 400/480 V 990–2806G-001
2 Symmetra PX 250/500 kW 400/480 V 990–2806G-001

2

Symmetra

PX

250/500

kW

400/480

V

990–2806G-001

Dual

Mains

Q3

Output
Output

Q4

Q5A = Q1A = Q2A Battery A Q5B = Q1B = Q2B Battery B Q5C =
Q5A
=
Q1A
=
Q2A
Battery A
Q5B
=
Q1B
=
Q2B
Battery B
Q5C
=
Q1C
=
Q2C
Battery C
Dual Mains Q3 Output Q4 Q5A = Q1A = Q2A Battery A Q5B = Q1B =

Mains 2

Mains 1

Battery A

Battery A

Battery B

Battery B

Battery C

Battery C

AC

Mains

Input

 
   

250

kW

 

500

kW

 

380

V

1

400

V

415

V

 

480

V

380

V

1

400

V

415

V

480

V

Voltage

range

+/-15%

for

full

performance

(340

-

460V

at

400V,

408

-

552V

at

480V)

-50%

for

reduced

load

(200V

at

400V,

240V

at

480V)

Input

frequency

40–70

with

10

Hz/sec

slewrate

I

thd

<

5%

at

full

load

Nom

input

 

398

378

364

 

315

795

756

728

630

current

(A)

2

Max

input

 

437

416

401

 

346

875

831

801

693

current

(A)

3

Input

current

 

447

447

431

 

372

894

894

861

745

limitation

(A)

4

Max.

input

 

65

kA/3

cycles

(50

kA

with

standard

MBwD)

short-circuit

level

 

Input

power

 

0.995

@

load

=

100

%

 

factor

correction

0.99

@

load

>

50

%

0.97

@

load

>

25

%

1

380

V

has

reduced

mains

input

voltage

window

(-10%

at

100%

load).

2

Input

current

based

on

rated

load

and

batteries

fully

charged.

3

Input

current

based

in

fully

battery

recharge,

nominal

voltage

and

rated

load.

 

4

Current

limitation

through

electronic

current

limiting

 

is

based

on

fully

recharge

and

-15%

input

voltage.

 
AC Mains Input 250 kW 500 kW 380 V 1 400 V 415 V 480 V

990–2806G-001

990–2806G-001
 

Symmetra

PX

250/500

kW

400/480

V

3

990–2806G-001 V 400/480 kW 250/500 PX Symmetra 4 kA 40 current: fault available Maximum 3 discharge
990–2806G-001
V
400/480
kW
250/500
PX
Symmetra
4
kA
40
current:
fault
available
Maximum
3
discharge
the
of
end
the
at
load
rated
on
based
current
discharge
battery
Maximum
2
voltage
battery
nominal
and
load
rated
on
based
current
discharge
battery
Nominal
1
load)
on
depending
(automatic,
1.6–1.75/cell
Voltage
End
1130
565
discharge
Max
I
2
904
452
discharge
Nom
I
1
Vdc
288
+/-
x
2
voltage
Nom.
kW
500
kW
250
system.
battery
individual
an
have
must
units
UPS
All
system.
battery
common
a
support
not
do
systems
Parallel
Note:
Input
Battery
document.
this
in
protection
input
recommended
the
by
supported
not
is
overload
continuous
The
rating.
performance
thermal
UPS
a
is
This
1
response
5%
+/-
load
Dynamic
factor
1
power
Output
load
non-linear
3%
<
(THD)
Distortion
load
linear
2%
<
Harmonic
Total
(Hz/Sec)
6
-
0.25
rate
Slew
mains)
to
(sync
Hz
Hz/60
50
frequency
Output
(A)
current
601
696
722
760
301
348
361
380
output
Nom
static
+/-3%
(0-100%):
load
Asym.
dynamic
ms
50
after
+/-1%
and
ms
2
after
+/-5%
static,
+/-1%
(0-100%):
load
Sym.
tolerance
Voltage
operation)
(bypass
ms
100
for
1000%
operation)
(bypass
V
400
at
Continuous
V/110%
480
at
Continuous
125%
1
operation)
(battery
minutes
10
for
125%
operation)
(battery
seconds
30
for
150%
operation)
(normal
minutes
10
for
125%
operation)
(normal
seconds
30
for
150%
capacity
Output
V
480
V
415
V
400
V
380
V
480
V
415
V
400
V
380
kW
500
kW
250
Output
AC
(A)
current
601
696
722
760
301
348
361
380
input
Nom
(Hz)
50/60
frequency
Input
V
480
V
415
V
400
V
380
V
480
V
415
V
400
V
380
kW
500
kW
250
Input
Bypass
AC

The

UPS

supports

customer-specific

battery

solutions

with

144

cells

+/-

6

cells

(138

-

150

cells)

for

runtime

optimization.

Display

settings

allow

programmable

settings

for

number

of

cells

and

all

DC

 

voltage

levels

where

voltage

is

typed

in

as

V/cell.

 

Adjustable

window

 
 

Battery

type

Sealed

lead

acid/wet

cells

 
 

Nom

voltage

(Vdc)

+/-

276

+/-

300

 
 

Float

voltage

(Vdc)

+/-

308

+/-

345

 
 

Boost

charge

voltage

(Vdc)

+/-

308

+/-

345

 
 

Equalize

charge

voltage

+/-

308

+/-

345

 

End

of

discharge

voltage

at

full

load

(Vdc)

+/-

221

+/-

263

 

Charging

power

20

%

of

nominal

power

at

0–90

%

load

 

10

%

of

nominal

power

at

100

%

load

 

Typical

recharge

time

3.5

hours

Fuses,

Breakers,

and

Cables

in

the

US

 
 

Single

Systems

In

single

utility/mains

systems,

supply

the

UPS

from

a

grounded

4–wire

WYE

service.

In

dual

utility/mains

systems,

use

a

4–wire

supply

for

the

bypass

and

a

3–wire

supply

for

the

mains

input.

APC

also

supports

3–wire

installations

if

the

utility

transformer

is

a

grounded

WYE

transformer

located

in

the

same

room.

In

this

installation,

the

UPS

system

must

be

installed

as

a

separately

derived

system.

 

Please

refer

to

section

“Connection

of

Bonding

Jumper

and

Technical/System

Earth“.

Leakage

currents

will

occur

in

the

bonding

jumper

and

the

technical/system

earth.

 
The UPS supports customer-specific battery solutions with 144 cells +/- 6 cells (138 - 150 cells)
 
Caution: 3–wire installation using bonding Leakage current for typical installation

Caution:

3–wire

installation

using

bonding

Leakage

current

for

typical

installation

wire

will

result

in

a

higher

leakage

current.

are

usually

within

UL

and

industry

standard

limits.

 
The UPS supports customer-specific battery solutions with 144 cells +/- 6 cells (138 - 150 cells)
 

Parallel

Systems

The UPS supports customer-specific battery solutions with 144 cells +/- 6 cells (138 - 150 cells)
 
Caution: For parallel systems, the cable same for all parallel UPS units to ensure utility/mains installations

Caution:

For

parallel

systems,

the

cable

same

for

all

parallel

UPS

units

to

ensure

utility/mains

installations

this

applies

to

lengths

for

bypass

input

and

output

must

be

the

correct

load

sharing

in

bypass

operation.

In

single

mains

input

cables.

 
The UPS supports customer-specific battery solutions with 144 cells +/- 6 cells (138 - 150 cells)

The

Symmetra

PX

250/500

kW

parallel

system

must

be

supplied

from

a

grounded

4–wire

WYE

service.

 
The UPS supports customer-specific battery solutions with 144 cells +/- 6 cells (138 - 150 cells)
Note: APC recommends that each UPS installed. Contact APC by Schneider in the parallel system has
Note: APC recommends that each UPS installed. Contact APC by Schneider

Note:

APC

recommends

that

each

UPS

installed.

Contact

APC

by

Schneider

in

the

parallel

system

has

a

neutral

connection

Electric

for

information

on

other

configurations.

 
 
The UPS supports customer-specific battery solutions with 144 cells +/- 6 cells (138 - 150 cells)
990–2806G-001 Symmetra PX 250/500

990–2806G-001

Symmetra

PX

250/500

kW

400/480

V

 

5

Recommended

Fuses,

Breakers,

and

Cable

Sizes

Recommended Fuses, Breakers, and Cable Sizes Caution: All wiring must comply with all applicable national and/or
 
Caution:

Caution:

All

wiring

must

comply

with

all

applicable

national

and/or

local

electrical

codes.

Recommended Fuses, Breakers, and Cable Sizes Caution: All wiring must comply with all applicable national and/or

Temperature

rating

of

conductors:

90

C/194

F.

Refer

to

table

310-16

of

NEC,

75

C

column

for

maximum

ampacity.

Use

only

copper

conductors.

 

Equipment

grounding

conductors

are

sized

in

accordance

with

NEC

Article

250-122

and

Table

250-122.

The

cable

sizes

are

recommendations

for

maximum

configurations

with

three

current

carrying

conductors.

For

other

configurations

see

the

label

inside

the

front

door

of

the

Input/Output/Bypass

Enclosure.

 
Recommended Fuses, Breakers, and Cable Sizes Caution: All wiring must comply with all applicable national and/or
 
Note: A separate 800 A protection device for bypass input (similar to dual mains) is required

Note:

A

separate

800

A

protection

device

for

bypass

input

(similar

to

dual

mains)

is

required

for

single

mains

systems

from

450

kW

400

V

or

475

kW

415

V.

Recommended Fuses, Breakers, and Cable Sizes Caution: All wiring must comply with all applicable national and/or
 

Installations

with

100%

Rated

Circuit

Breakers

or

Fuses

2

 
   

250

kW

 

500

kW

 

400

V

415

V

480

V

400

V

415

V

480

V

 

OCPD

Cable

OCPD

Cable

OCPD

Cable

OCPD

Cable

OCPD

Cable

OCPD

Cable

 

Mains

450A

2x4/0

450A

2x4/0

400A

1x500

1000A

3x400

1000A

3x400

800A

2x500

input

Q1

 

Bypass

400A

2x2/0

350A

2x2/0

350A

2x2/0

800A

3x250

700A

3x250

700A

3x4/0

input

Q5

1

 

Battery

500A

2x4/0

500A

2x4/0

500A

2x4/0

1000A

3x400

1000A

3x400

1000A

3x400

 

AC

400A

1x500

350A

1x500

350A

1x350

800A

2x500

700A

2x500

700A

2x350

output

Q2

 

1

Max.

input

protection:

800

A

and

the

maximum

cable

size

is

250

kcmil

2

Use

breaker

or

class

J

or

class

L

fuses.

Appropriate

disconnect

devices

shall

be

provided

external

to

the

equipment.

 

Installations

with

80%

Rated

Circuit

Breakers

 
   

250

kW

 

500

kW

 

400

V

415

V

480

V

400

V

415

V

480

V

 

OCPD

Cable

OCPD

Cable

OCPD

Cable

OCPD

Cable

OCPD

Cable

OCPD

Cable

 

Mains

600A

2x300

600A

2x250

450A

2x4/0

Not

allowed

Not

allowed

1000A

3x400

input

   

Q1

 

Bypass

500A

2x4/0

450A

2x4/0

400A

2x3/0

Not

allowed

Not

allowed

800A

3x250

input

   

Q5

1

 

Battery

500A

2x4/0

500A

2x4/0

500A

2x4/0

1000A

3x400

1000A

3x400

1000A

3x400

 

AC

500A

2x4/0

450A

2x4/0

400A

1x500

Not

allowed

Not

allowed

800A

2x500

output

   

Q2

 

1

Max.

input

protection

is

800

A

and

the

maximum

cable

size

is

250

kcmil.

 

Appropriate

disconnect

devices

shall

be

provided

external

to

the

equipment.

 
 

6

6

Symmetra

PX

250/500

kW

400/480

V

 

990–2806G-001

Typical

Q3

and

Q4

Breaker

Sizes

for

Parallel

Systems

 
   

250

kW

units

in

parallel

   

500

kW

units

in

parallel

 
 

400

V

415

V

480

V

 

400

V

415

V

480

V

OCPD

80%

100%

80%

100%

80%

100%

80%

100%

80%

100%

80%

100%

Rating

500

1000

800

1000

700

800

700

-

-

-

 

-

-

 

-

kW

   

750

1600

1200

1600

1200

1200

1000

-

-

-

 

-

-

 

-

kW

   

1

MW

2000

1600

2000

1600

1600

1600

2000

1600

2000

1600

1600

1600

1.5

-

-

-

-

-

-

3000

2500

3000

2500

2500

2000

MW

2

MW

-

-

-

-

-

-

4000

3000

4000

3000

4000

2500

Recommended

Bolt

and

Lug

Sizes

 

Cable

size

Terminal

bolt

Single

Hole

lug

NEMA

2

Lug

Crimping

tool/die

 
 

diameter

     

4/0

AWG

M10

LCA

4/0-12-X

LCD

4/0-12-X

 

CT-720/CD-720-3

 

250

kcmil

M10

LCA250-12-X

 

LCD250-12-X

 

CT-720/CD-720-3

 

300

kcmil

M10

LCA300-12-X

 

LCD300-12-X

 

CT-720/CD-720-4

 

350

kcmil

M10

LCA350-12-X

 

LCD350-12-X

 

CT-720/CD-720-5

 

400

kcmil

M10

LCA400-12-6

 

LCD400-12-6

 

CT-720/CD-720-6

 

500

kcmil

M10

LCA500-12-6

 

LCD500-12-6

 

CT-720/CD-720-7

 

Fuses,

Breakers,

and

Cables

in

Europe,

Africa,

and

 

Asia

Typical Q3 and Q4 Breaker Sizes for Parallel Systems 250 kW units in parallel 500 kW
Note: For parallel systems, the cable lengths for bypass input and output must be the same

Note:

For

parallel

systems,

the

cable

lengths

for

bypass

input

and

output

must

be

the

same

 

for

all

parallel

UPS

units

to

ensure

correct

load

sharing

in

bypass

operation.

In

single

 

utility/mains

installations

this

applies

to

mains

input

cables.

Typical Q3 and Q4 Breaker Sizes for Parallel Systems 250 kW units in parallel 500 kW

Supply

the

UPS

from

a

5–wire

TN-S

system

(L1,

L2,

L3,

N,

PE).

 

The

recommended

cable

sizes

are

based

on

an

environment

with

an

ambient

temperature

of

40

C

(104

F).

Temperature

ratings

of

conductors:

90

C

(194

F).

Refer

to

IEC

60364-5-52

for

installation

methods.

The

cable

sizes

are

recommendations

for

maximum

configurations

and

copper

cables.

For

other

system

size

configurations

see

label

inside

of

Input/Output/Bypass

front

door.

Typical Q3 and Q4 Breaker Sizes for Parallel Systems 250 kW units in parallel 500 kW

990–2806G-001

990–2806G-001
 

Symmetra

PX

250/500

kW

400/480

V

 

7

Recommended

Cable

Sizes

in

Systems

with

Breaker

Protection

1

 

Installation

OCPD

 

B1

   

B2

 

C

 

OCPD

 

B1

   

B2

   

C

Method

(mm

2

)

(mm

2

)

(mm

2

)

(mm

2

)

(mm

2

)

(mm

2

)

   

400

V

 

415

V

   

250

kW

 

Mains

400A

1

2

x

95

2

x

120

2

x

95

 

400A

1

2

x

95

2

x

120

2

x

95

 

input

           
 

Bypass

400A

2

x

95

2

x

120

2

x

95

 

355A

2

x

95

2

x

120

2

x

95

 

input

           
 

Battery

500A

1

x

120

3

x

95

2

x

95

 

500A

1

x

120

3

x

95

2

x

95

 
 

Output

400A

2

x

95

2

x

120

2

x

95

 

355A

2

x

95

2

x

120

2

x

95

 
   

500

kW

 

Mains

800A

4

x

120

 

-

3

x

150

 

800A

1

4

x