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PDVSA

ENGINEERING DESIGN MANUAL


VOLUME 4I
ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION

PDVSA N

TITULO

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION FOR


UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SYSTEMS (UPS)

N253

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REV.

FECHA

APPD.

E1994

APPROVED

Alexis Arvalo

DESCRIPCION
DATE

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APPD.

19

Y.K.

A.A.

E.C.

PAG.

REV.

APPD.

APPD.

Enrique Carmona

DATE

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ESPECIALISTAS

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Index
SECTION 1 (GENERAL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1 OVERVIEW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1.1

Exceptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

SECTION 2 (BASED ON IEC 620403) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1 SCOPE AND OBJECT (EXCEPTION) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2 NORMATIVE REFERENCES (EXCEPTION) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

4 GENERAL AMBIENT SERVICE CONDITIONS (EXCEPTIONS) . .

5 ELECTRICAL SERVICE CONDITIONS AND PERFORMANCE . .

5.1
5.2.
5.3
5.4

General All UPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


UPS Input Specifications (Addition) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
UPS Output Specification (Addition) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
UPS Intermediate D.C. Circuit and/or Battery Circuit
Specification (Addition) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
UPS Switches, Rated Values and Performance (Addition) . . . . . . . . . . . .
Redundant and Parallel UPS Systems (Exceptions ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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7
7

6 ELECTRICAL TEST FOR UPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

5.5
5.6
6.6

3
6
6

Factory Witness Tests / on Site Tests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

SECTION 3 (CONTROL, PROTECTION AND CONSTRUCTION


REQUIREMENTS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1. CONTROL REQUIREMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4

Metering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Status Indicators and Alarms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Communications Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Battery Management System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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9
11
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2 PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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3 EQUIPMENT SAFETY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Appendix A Technical Data Sheet Uninterruptible Power


System (UPS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Appendix B Technical Data Sheet Manufacturers


Declaration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Appendix C Deviations and Exceptions Taken by Bidder . . . .

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SECTION 1 (GENERAL)
1

OVERVIEW
This specification covers the Particular Requirements for the design,
manufacture, testing and shipment of Uninterruptible Power Systems UPS for
use in oil refineries, gas plants, chemical plants, exploration and production
facilities, and supply/marketing installations owned by PDVSA.
This specification consists of three sections:
1.

Section 1, includes general information related to UPSs requirements

2.

Section 2, are amendments, supplements or additions to IEC620403.

3.

Section 3, covers protection, control and construction requirements.

This specification along with the Owners UPS Data Sheet (Appendix A) and the
requirements of international standards mentioned shall be considered
complementary. Any conflict among them shall be referred to the Owner for
clarification before proceeding with design and manufacture.
Clauses that are not mentioned herein shall remain applicable as written. When
the word should appears in IEC620403 it must be substituted by shall and,
therefore, considered mandatory.
The additional requirements or clarifications specified herein are required in order
to:
a.

Make selections from the options given in IEC620403.

b.

Specify additional and more stringent requirements, as necessary, to


operate and maintain UPS according to PDVSA practices.

The paragraph numbers mentioned in Section 2 refer to those used in


IEC620403 or added in this specification.

1.1

Exceptions
Bidder shall state in his offer that the UPS complies with the requirements of this
Specification without exception, or shall declare the exceptions and/or deviations
giving a clear explanation and proposed options (see Appendix C).

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SECTION 2 (BASED ON IEC 620403)


1

SCOPE AND OBJECT (EXCEPTION)


This specification also covers selection, procurement, application and installation
of an online AC uninterruptible power systems (UPS) for critical electrical loads
for onshore and offshore, production, refinery processing and surface facilities
related to PDVSA as mentioned in Section 1.
This specification is based on PWM technology.
The type of load will be as specified on Appendix A.

NORMATIVE REFERENCES (EXCEPTION)


If permitted in the requisition, the Bidder may offer alternative proposals based on
different standards if they offer economic advantage taking into account the
performance and safety requirements detailed herein, but such proposals shall
constitute a supplement to the contractual offer.

GENERAL AMBIENT SERVICE CONDITIONS (EXCEPTIONS)


The UPS shall be designed to operate for 20 years within its ratings under the
service and operating conditions defined on Appendix A.

ELECTRICAL SERVICE CONDITIONS AND PERFORMANCE

5.1

General All UPS


5.1.1

UPS Configurations (Exceptions)


The UPSs basic operating principle will be according to Fig. 1 schematic with the
output of the rectifier continuously supplying the power requirements of the load,
via the inverter, while simultaneously maintaining the battery charge in the float
charge mode, in any configuration. In the event of an interruption or depression
in the A.C. main voltage to the rectifier, the battery shall supply the power
requirements of the load, via the inverter, for not less than the specified time in
Appendix A.
Isolated redundant UPS configuration shown in Fig. 2 will be used only if it is
specified in Appendix A.

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Basic UPS Configuration (Addition)

BATTERY
CABINET(S)
OR BATTERY ROOM

NORMAL
INCOMING
AC SUPPLY

UPS
CABINET(S)

MAINTENANCE
BYPASS CABINET(S)

BYPASS
AC SOURCE

COMMUNICATIONS
PANEL

CB1

CB4

BYPASS
BREAKER

IMPUT
BREAKER
ISOLATION
TRANSFORMER

BATTERY
SWITCH
(SEE NOTE 1)

CB2
DC
BREAKER

RECTIFIER/
BATTERY CHARGER
INVERTER

REGULATOR
(SEE NOTE 1)
SYNC

TO FIELD LOAD
BANK TEST
CONNECTION
(SEE NOTE 1)

ALARM
CB5

TRANSF.
SECONDARY
BREAKER

CLF
STATIC SWITCH
NC NO
BATTERY

(SEE NOTE 2)
FIELD LOAD
BANK TEST
CONNECTION

CB6

NC

SW1
MAINTENANCE
BYPASS SWITCH
CLF

SW2

CB3

OUTPUT
BREAKER

PANELBOARD
(SEE NOTE 1)
AC OUTPUT
NOTE 1 Only if is specified in Appendix A
NOTE 2 Required to UPS larger than 10 KVA

Fig 1. UPS DOUBLE CONVERSION WITH EXTERNAL BYPASS


Incoming AC power to the UPS shall be converted to a regulated DC output by a
rectifier/charger for supplying DC power to an inverter and battery.
An inverter shall convert the DC power from the rectifier/charger DC output, or
from the battery, into regulated AC power for supplying critical AC loads.
A static transfer switch and bypass circuit shall be supplied along with the
necessary control logic that provides a transfer of the critical AC load to a bypass

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AC source when an inverter overload or a malfunction occurs within the UPS, or


for bypassing the UPS for specific maintenance or testing.
A manually operated maintenance bypass switch shall be supplied that directly
connects the critical AC load to the incoming AC power supply.
UPS system schematic diagram as Fig.1 shall be specified in to Appendix A.
5.1.1.2

Isolated Redundant UPS Configuration (Addition)

X + Y KVA

X + Y KVA

UPS 1
(SEE NOTE 1)

STS 1

UPS 2
(SEE NOTE 1)

X + Y KVA

STS 2

X + Y KVA

X KVA

= Kirk Key Interlock

Y KVA

NOTE 1: As basic UPS configuration

Fig 2. ISOLATED REDUNDANT UPS SYSTEM


When redundant UPS system is specified in Appendix A, the configuration
shown in Fig.2 shall be used.
This configuration system eliminates the single point of failure of the paralleling
logic of the parallel redundant system by incorporating fully rated static transfer
switch (STS) systems at the output of the redundant UPS systems. If UPS1 were
to fail (or require service), STS1 would transfer the load of X kVA to UPS2 without
any interruption in the power to the load. Conversely, if UPS2 were to fail, STS2
would seamlessly transfer the load of Y kVA to UPS1. The UPS and the STS
systems are each rated for (X+Y) kVA. This configuration allows for flexibility in the
facility because UPS1 and UPS2 can be systems from two different
manufacturers. This allows for facility reliability upgrades without having to scrap
older systems that may already be in place.

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Equipment Markings and Instructions (Addition)


The Manufacturer shall furnish detailed information required for special
maintenance or repair of the UPS which is not included in the standard
maintenance manuals. These special details include special requirements for
assembly or disassembly of the UPS, installation wiring diagram, etc. Typical
instruction manuals are not acceptable.

5.1.2.1

Rating Information (Addition)


h) Weight.

5.1.2.2

Safety Instructions and Documentation (Addition)


Specific requirements relating to the submission of manufacturers engineering
documents will be specified in the purchase order documents.
Documents shall in any case comprise:

5.1.3.5

General arrangement drawings.


Main and control circuit schematic diagrams.
Equipment lists.
Recommended spare parts lists.
Test reports and performance curves.
Operating manuals incorporating installation, commissioning, operating and
maintenance instructions and troubleshooting procedures.

UPS Designed for Use in Operator Accessible Areas (Addition)


The equipment shall be provided with an enclosure constructed to provide a
degree of protection to personnel against accidental contact with energized and
moving parts.

5.2.

UPS Input Specifications (Addition)


The main input rated values and characteristics are specified in Appendix A and
shall be guaranteed by the Manufacturer according to 5.2.2.

5.3

UPS Output Specification (Addition)


The main output rated values and characteristics are specified in Appendix A
and shall be guaranteed by the Manufacturer according to 5.3.2.

5.3.1

SteadyState and Dynamic Output Voltage Characteristics (Exceptions)


UPS shall have classification Code VFISS111.

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UPS Intermediate D.C. Circuit and/or Battery Circuit Specification


(Addition)
Basic characteristics of the battery circuit shall be specified in Appendix A.
If specified in Appendix A, a battery management system shall be supplied to
monitor the battery.

5.5

UPS Switches, Rated Values and Performance (Addition)


The main characteristics of external UPS switch, when required, are specified in
Appendix A and guaranteed by the Manufacturer according to 5.5.2.

5.6

Redundant and Parallel UPS Systems (Exceptions )


Redundant and paralell UPS systems shall be selected in Appendix A according
to 5.1.1.

ELECTRICAL TEST FOR UPS

6.6
6.6.30

Factory witness tests / on Site tests


Audible Noise Test (Addition)
Audible noise may be tested using a sound level meter in accordance with ANSI
S 1.31 to S 1.36.

6.6.31

Surge Withstand Capability Test (Addition)


The A.C input terminal of the UPS shall be subjected to the appropiate surge
voltage wave form as described in IEEE 587. The UPS shall continue to operate
as specified.

6.6.32

Operating Temperature Test (Addition)


Operating temperature of components shall be within the limits specified in
UL1778

6.6.33

Dielectric Voltage Withstand Test (Addition)


Dielectric voltage shall be performed in accordance with that specified in UL1778.

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SECTION 3 (CONTROL, PROTECTION AND CONSTRUCTION


REQUIREMENTS)
1. CONTROL REQUIREMENTS
UPS shall be equipped with a control panel that provides:

1.1

Alarms
Metering
Status indicators
Control functions for UPS startup, shutdown, transfer and maintenance
bypass operations.

Metering
As minimum, the following parameters shall be displayed in accuracy of 1
percent:
1.

Input AC voltage / per phase / per AC supply. (normal incoming and by pass)

2.

Input AC current / per phase / per AC supply. (normal incoming and by pass)

3.

DC battery voltage.

4.

DC battery current.

5.

Inverter output AC frecuency.

6.

Inverter output AC voltage / per phase.

7.

System output AC voltage / per phase.

8.

System output AC current / per phase.

9.

Output power (KW/KVA).

10. Efficiency.
11.

Power factor.

12. Percent of load.


13. Percent unbalance load.
14. Input and output voltage total harmonic distortion (THD).
15. Percent battery capacity remaining during battery operation.
16. Maitenance bypass supply AC voltmeter and selector switch.
Time date display in DD/MM/YY and HH:MM:SS format.
Maintenance Bypass cabinet shall be provided with the following additional
metering as a minimum:

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Bypass supply AC voltmeter /per phase

2.

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Status Indicators and Alarms


The following status indicators and alarms shall be provided. All status indicator
alarms (except system normal) shall be configured to a single common alarm
relay.
1.

System normal

2.

UPS on battery

3.

UPS on bypass

4.

Input AC power failure

5.

Battery discharging

6.

Battery disconnected or DC breaker opened

7.

Low battery voltage

8.

DC overvoltage

9.

Ac output overload

10. Equipment over temperature


11.

Synchronism Loss: When bypass line frecuency is not within normal


operating range, the inverter is not synchronized to the bypass line and/or
the bypass line phase ratation is incorrect.

12. Imminent Shutdown due to transfer to bypass not available and output
overload period expired, over temperature period expired, or lowlow
battery discharge voltage.
13. AC critical load on bypass AC source
14. Battery system fault
15. Inverter failure
16. Fan failure
17. Battery disconnect or DC breaker in openposition
Pushbuttons shall be provided to test and reset visual and audible alarms.
Audible alarms shall automatically reactivate after silencing upon reocurrence of
a subsequent alarm condition.
Alarm relays for remote status shall be provided when specified in Appendix A.

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Form C dry contacts, voltage free, and circuitry shall be provided for remote
indication and alarming of the following conditions:
UPS Condition

Display

Audible Alarm Required

Normal

Yes

No

Trouble

Yes

Yes

On battery

Yes

Yes

On Bypass

Yes

Yes

The remote UPS Trouble alarm shall be activated, as a minimum, on any of the
following conditions:
a.

Incoming AC supply failure

b.

Low battery viltage

c.

AC output overload

d.

Equipment overtemperature

e.

Synchronization loss

f.

Shutdown imminent

g.

Battery system fault

h.

Inverter failure

i.

Bypass AC source failure

j.

Battery disconnect or DC breaker CB2 in open position

The remote alarm feature shall be time delayed to avoid nuisance alarms caused
by transient conditions.
Maintenance of meters, switches, indicator/display lamps, and related electrical
elements shall not require shutdown of the UPSpowered AC load.
1.2.1

Mimic Panel
The mimic panel shall depict the singleline diagram of the UPS system and
indicate whether the AC load is being supplied from the incoming AC supply, the
Bypass AC source, or the battery. The parameters to be displayed should include,
but not be limited to, the following:
a.

Input power available

b.

Output power available

c.

Normal operation

d.

Bypass operation

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Alarm Queue
The alarm queue shall display the 200 most recent alarms and events in
chronological order (most recent first). The alarms shall be displayed in the
following format: sequence number, date, time, and description of the alarm.

1.3

Communications Interface
An RS232C, RC485 or modbus interface port shall be provided for remote
display of UPS status information at a computer terminal. The appropiate
communication protocol software shall be provided.
If required in Appendix A, the UPS shall provide an alternate user interface to the
UPS running data through an ANSIx3.64 compatible terminal. The displayed data
shall be user selectable by a menu screen. When a data screen is selected, it shall
be continuously updated to reflect the state of the UPS.
When specified, a 56 Kbps modem shall be provided for remote access via
telephone line or IP address for network access.

1.4

Battery Management System


A battery management system shall be supplied, if it is specified in Appendix A,
according to the following characteristics.
The battery management system shall fulfill the following characteristics:
S The equipment shall be prewired to ensure the reliability of the DC supply
system.
S The acquisition, trending, alarming, and storage of information from each
battery shall be done automatically.
S Interactive ability to first identify and then provide an isolated equalizing charge
current to any individual battery that deviates more than the user specified
setpoint, from the battery average, within the same string or bank of batteries.
S Online testing of individual batteries to determine the terminal battery voltages
under a variety of conditions.
S Continuous tracking of the individual dynamic (time versus current) responses
of each battery to provide relative charge state and temperature information for
trending and alarming.
The battery management system shall be capable of remote communications. An
RS232C, RS485 or modbus interface port shall be provided with the
appropriate software for remote communication.
Battery parameters monitored shall include individual cell voltage, total battery
voltage, battery current, ambient and pilot cell temperature and provide a relative
Impedance Index value to indicate the relative charge state and temperature for
each individual cell. All the collected information and data shall be stored in
nonvolatile memory.

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The following parameters shall be displayed by the system LCD display:


S
S
S
S

Alarm and system status


Test name
Identification of cell being tested
Measured values (in real time) including total battery and individual cell voltage,
cell impedance, ambient and battery cell temperature
S Float logging interval (in hours)
S Trend alarm set point (in percent), cell and battery bank, voltage, cell
impedance
S Remaining backup time during a discharge event
If a parameter is in alarm condition the system shall annunciate audibly and
visually.

BATTERY
MANAGEMENT
SYSTEM

BATTERIES
+

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PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS
The UPS shall have builtin protection against undervoltage, overcurrent and
overvoltage conditions including lowenergy lightning surges introduced on the
incoming AC power supply. UPS operation and the critical AC load bus shall not
be affected by impressed transient voltage and current levels when tested in
accordance with the guidelines provided by the Owner.
The type and location of protection and switching devices shall be as indicated and
sized according to UPS rating.
A circuit breaker shall be provided on the AC input. This breaker shall not trip with
the rectifier/charger operating in the currentlimit mode at maximum rated
ambient temperature.
The inverter shall have electronic currentlimiting protection to prevent damage
to components for currents above the overload capability. The inverter shall be
selfprotecting against any magnitude of connected output overload. The control
logic shall sense and rapidly remove the inverter from the critical AC load without
the requirement to clear protective fuses.
The inverter shall be provided with the following DC protection:
S DC overvoltage disconnection
S DC undervoltage alarm (low battery voltage)
S DC undervoltage disconnection (lowlow battery voltage / end of discharge)

EQUIPMENT SAFETY
Manufacturer shall prepare labeling on hazards, warnings and/or caution to
indicate the precautions to be followed. These labels shall be such that it can be
read and understood by those who may encounter the equipment before they are
exposed to the hazards identified.

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APPENDIX A
TECHNICAL DATA SHEET
UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SYSTEM
(UPS)
APPLICABLE TO:

PURCHASE

PROPOSAL

AS BUILT
1

FACILITY NAME

PAGE

TAG EQUIPMENT:

PURCHASE ORDER No.

OF

REQUISITION No.
PROJECT No.
CONTRACTOR PROJECT No.
UNUSUAL SERVICE CONDITIONS (4.2)
DAMAGING FUMES

MOISTURE

STEAM

EXPLOSIVE MIXTURES / DUST / GASES

DUST

ABRASIVE DUST

WEATHER / DRIPPING WATER

EXTREME CHANGES IN TEMPERATURE

SALT AIR

COOLING WATER COINTAINING ACIDS OR IMPURITIES


STRONG ELECTROMAGNETICS FIELDS

RATIOACTIVE LEVELS

FUNGUS, INSECTS, ETC


RESTRICTION OF VENTILATION
RADIATED OR CONDUCTED HEAT FROM OTHER SOURCES
BATTERY SERVICE CONDITIONS:

MECHANICAL CONDITIONS (4.2.2)


EXPOSURE TO ABNORMAL VIBRATION, SHOCKS, ETC.
SPECIAL TRANSPORTATION / STORAGE CONDITIONS:
SPACE AND WEIGHT LIMITATIONS:
ELECTRICAL SERVICE CONDITIONS AND PERFORMANCE (5)
UPS CONFIGURATIONS (5.1.1):

UPS DOUBLECONVERSION WITH EXTERNAL BYPASS (5.1.1.1.2):

BASIC UPS CONFIGURATIONS (5.1.1.1)

UPS INPUT SPECIFICATIONS (5.2):


WYE

SYSTEM TYPE:
BATTERY:

DELTA

WYE W / NEUTRAL EARTHED

TO BE PROVIDED BY OWNER

TO BE PROVIDED BY UPS MANUFACTURER(SEE APPENDIX A)

INPUT VOLTAGE VARIATION:

10%

OTHER:

INPUT FREQUENCY VARIATION:

2%

OTHER:

%
%
OTHER:

RATIO OF NEGATIVE TO POSITIVE SEQUENCE:

5%

SPECIAL CONDITIONS:

TRANSIENT VOLTAGE:

HARMONICS

INPUT VOLTAGE TOTAL DISTORTION FACTOR:

< 0.08

BYPASS TRANSFER TIME:

UPS EFFICIENCY:

%
OTHER:
OTHER:

>90%

OTHER:

WIRING ENTRANCES REQUIREMENTS


ELECTRICAL:
INPUT WIRING (AWG) (MCM):

FROM BACK

FROM BELOW

FROM ABOVE

FROM SIDE

OUTPUT WIRING (AWG) (MCM):

FROM BACK

FROM BELOW

FROM ABOVE

FROM SIDE

CONTROL WIRING (AWG):

FROM BACK

FROM BELOW

FROM ABOVE

FROM SIDE

RATED VALUE AND CHARACTERISTICS (5.2.2)


RATED INPUT CURRENT:
INPUT VOLT:

MAX. INPUT CURRENT:


TOLERANCE:

THD:

#PHASE:

#WIRE:
UPS OUTPUT SPECIFICATIONS (5.3)

STEADYSTATE AND DYNAMIC OUTPUT VOLTAGE CHARACTERISTICS:

VFISS111

INPUT P.F:
INPUT FREQUENCY:

0.8

OTHER:
TOLERANCE:

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APPENDIX A
TECHNICAL DATA SHEET
UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SYSTEM
(UPS)
APPLICABLE TO:

PURCHASE

PROPOSAL

AS BUILT
2

FACILITY NAME

PAGE

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OF

REQUISITION No.
PROJECT No.
CONTRACTOR PROJECT No.
RATED OUTPUT VALUES AND CHARACTERISTICS (5.3.2)
RATED OUTPUT VOLTAGE:
OUTPUT FREQUENCY (Hz):

OUTPUT VOLTAGE TOLERANCE:


FREQUENCY TOLERANCE:

%
%

KVA:

P.F.:

# PHASES:

LOAD CHARACTERISTICS (DESCRIPTION):

STATICS LOAD (DESCRIPTION):

PF:

MOTOR LOAD KW (HP):

PF:

TOTAL LOAD:

KVA

PF:

BALANCED LOAD:

KVA

UNBALANCED LOAD:

STATICS LOAD:

LARGEST MOTOR KW (HP):

PF:

NON LINEAR LOAD:


/

KVA
1

% OF TOTAL LOAD
KVA / PHASE

HARMONIC (LIST ALL):


CURRENT DISTORTION CONTENTS AS % OF 60 HZ FUNDAMENTAL:
OUTPUT UPS BY PANELBOARD:

NUMBER OF CIRCUITS:

PHASE ANGLE TOLERANCE:

% FOR BALANCED LOADS

% FOR UNBALANCED LOADS:

ENVIROMENTAL CONDITIONS
TEMPERATURE (C):

AVERAGE SITE (C):

RELATIVE HUMIDITY (%):

EXPECTED LIFE:

MAX. AMBIENT (C):


ALTITUDE (M):

SEISMIC AREA:

OTHER:
ALARMS AND INDICATORS

INDICATORS

REMOTE INDICATION

ALARMS

INDICATORS

ALARMS

REMOTE INDICATION

AC OUTPUT OVERLOAD

SYSTEM NORMAL
UPS ON BATTERY

EQUIPMENT OVERTEMPERATURE

UPS ON BYPASS

SYNCHRONISM LOSS
IMMINENT SHUTDOWN

INPUT AC POWER FAILURE


BATTERY DISCHARGING

AC CRITICAL LOW ON BYPASS AC SOURCE

BATTERY DISCONNECTED OR
DC BREAKER OPENED

BATTERY SYSTEM FAULT


INVERTER FAILURE

LOW BATTERY VOLTAGE


FAN FAILURE
DC OVERVOLTAGE
BATTERY DISCONNECT OR DC BREAKER IN
OPEN POSITION
BATTERY REQUIREMENTS
BATTERY:

TO BE PROVIDED BY OWNER

LOCATION AND INSTALLATION:

TO BE PROVIDED BY UPS MANUFACTURER

INDOOR

BATTERY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

OUTDOOR

CORROSIVE AGENTS:

COASTAL OR OFFSHORE

EARTHQUAKE SEISMIC AREA


PRESSURIZED BUILDING

VENTILATED BUILDING

HVAC BUILDING

OTHER:
BATTERY ROOMS:

WIDTH:

HEIGTH:

LENGHT:

DIMENSIONS ACCESS DOOR:

BATTERY MODULE AS SUBCLAUSE 5.1.1.1


CO0MMUNICATION INTERFACE
RS232C
MODEM REQUIRED:

RC485

MODBUS INTERFACE PORT


YES

NO

ALTERNATE USER INTERFACE:

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APPENDIX A
TECHNICAL DATA SHEET
UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SYSTEM
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APPLICABLE TO:

PROPOSAL

PURCHASE

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3

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CONTRACTOR PROJECT No.

BATTERY REQUIREMENTS (CONT.)


AMBIENT (CONDITIONS):

TEMPERATURE (C)

MIN:

MAX:

RELATIVE HUMIDITY (%):

MIN:

MAX:

ALTITUDE (METERS ABOVE MEAN SEA LEVEL):

INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS:
UL LISTED

FM

NEMA

CSA CERTIFIED

NOMINAL SYSTEM VOLTAGE (V DC):

OTHER:

SYSTEM LOAD(V DC):

REQUIRED BACKUP TIME (MINUTES):


MEDIUM

EXPECTED LIFE:

LOW

YEARS

RIPPLE CURRENT:
CELL TYPE:

SIZING CALCULATIONS REQUIRED

HIGH

DISCHARGE RATE:

OTHER:

30 mV

LEAD CALCIUM

SEALED CELL

NICKEL CADMIUM

VENTED CELL

OTHER:

MANUFACTURER*:

MODEL NUMBER*:

NUMBER OF CELLS PER UNIT*:

NUMBER OF UNITS REQUIRED*:

CAPACITY (AMPERE HOURS)*: @ HOURS


NOMINAL VOLT/CELL:

FLOAT VOLTAGE/CELL*

MAXIMUM:

EQUALIZE VOLTAGE/CELL* MAXIMUM:

MINIMUM:

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF DISCHARGE CYCLES*:


BATTERY UNIT DIMENSIONS*(m):

HEGHT:

BATTERY UNITS WEIGHT*(lkg):

WIDTH:

ELECTROLYTE SPECIFIC GRAVITY*:


SHIPPING METHOD*:

DEPTH:

FILLED

EMPTY
ADDITIONAL ELECTROLYTE REQUIRED (%):

FILLED

EMPTY

SHIPPING WEIGHT* (kg):


BATTERY MANUFACTURER:

MODEL:

RACK MODEL:
FLOAT VOLTAGE (V/CELL):

EQUALIZE / RECHARGE VOLTAGE (V/CELL):

LIFE EXPECTANCY (YEARS):

END VOLTAGE (V/CELL):

BATTERY WEIGHT (lb):

BATTERY RACK
MATERIAL:

NUMBER OF STEPS:

OVERALL DIMENSIONS (m):

HEIGHT:

OVERALL WEIGHT (kg):


INSTRUCTIONS / REMARKS:

NUMBER OF TIERS:
WIDTH:

DEPTH:

MINIMUM:

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APPENDIX B
TECHNICAL DATA SHEET
MANUFACTURERS DECLARATION
APPLICABLE TO:

PROPOSAL

PURCHASE

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PROJECT No.
CONTRACTOR PROJECT No.
CONSTRUCTION
MODEL CATALOGUE REFERENCE:
MODEL RATING (W/VA):

DIMENSIONS LENGTH x DEPTH x HEIGHT(mm):

WEIGHT (KG)

WEIGHT WITH BATTERRY IF INTEGRATED (KG)

ENVIROMENTAL
AMBIENT STORAGE TEPERATURE RANGE (4.1.4) (C):

AMBIENT SERVICE TEPERATURE (4.1.2) (C):

RELATIVE HUMIDITY RANGE (4.1.3) (%):

DEGREE OF PROTECTION IN ACCORDANCE WITH IEC 60529 (IP):

ALTITUDE (4.1.1) (M):

ACUSTIC NOISE AT 1 M (7.3):


NORMAL MODE (dBA):

STORED ENERGY MODE (dBA):


ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTISC INPUT
RATED INPUT FREQUENCY AND FREQUENCY TOLERANCE(5.2.2 AND 6.3.2.2) (Hz):

RATED INPUT VOLTAGE AND VOLTAGE TOLERANCE (5.2.2 AND 6.3.2.1) (V):
RATED INPUT CURRENT (5.2.2 AND 6.3.2.10) (Ar.m.s):

MAXIMUM INPUT CURRENT (5.2.2 AND 6.3.2.9.2) (Ar.m.s):

INPUT CURRENT DISTORTION AT RATED INPUT CURRENT (5.2.2) (% THD):

INPUT POWER FACTOR (5.2.2 AND 6.3.10) (% THD):

INRUSH CURRENT (5.2.2 AND 6.3.3) (% OF RATED CURRENT):

NUMBER OF PHASES (5.2.2) (PHASE(S)):


OUTPUT WAVEFORM

WAVEFORM NORMAL MODE (5.3.1.2):

WAVEFORM STORED ENERGY MODE (5.3.1.2):


BREAK TIME / MAKE TIME (IF APPLICABLE) (5.3.1.2) (ms):

TRANSFER NORMAL MODE / STORED ENERGY (BREAK / NO BREAK):

ELECTRICAL OUTPUT CHARACTERISTICS STATIC CHARACTERISTICS NORMAL MODE


RATED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (5.3.2) (Vr.m.s):

OUTPUT VOLTAGE VARIATION (Vr.m.s):

OUTPUT FREQUENCY (NOMINAL) (Hz):

OUTPUT FREQUENCY VARIATION (SYNCHRONIZED IF APPLICABLE) (6.3.2.2.) (Hz):


OUTPUT FREQUENCY SYNCHRONIZED PHASE ERROR AT CHANGE OF MODE (6.3.2.3) (DEGREES):
RATED OUTPUT ACTIVE POWER ACROSS LINEAR LOAD (W):

RATED OUTPUT APPARENT POWER (VA):

RATED OUTPUT ACTIVE POWER ACROSS A REFERENCE NONLINEAR LOAD (W):

TOTAL VOLTAGE DISTORTION ACROSS A LINEAR LOAD (6.3.4.2) (%):

TOTAL VOLTAGE DISTORTION ACROSS A REFERENCE NONLINEAR LOAD (6.3.8.1) (%):

SHORTCIRCUIT CAPABILITY (5.3.2 AND 6.3.5.3):

INDIVIDUAL HARMONICS VOLTAGE (6.3.4.2):

RANGE OF LOAD POWER FACTOR PERMITTED LINEAR LOAD (5.3.2 AND 6.3.5.1):

OVERLOAD CAPABILITY (5.3.2 AND 6.3.5.1):

NUMBER OF OUTPUT PHASES (PHASE (S)):

OUTPUT VOLTAGE UNBALANCED AT REFERENCE UNBALACED LOAD (MULTIPHASE ONLY) (5.3.2 AND 6.3.4.5) (%):
MAXIMUM PHASE ANGLE VARIATION (MULTIPHASE ONLY) (5.3.2 AND 6.3.4.5) (DEGREES):

OUTPUT VOLTAGE D.C. COMPONENT LINEAR LOAD (6.3.4.6) (%):

ELECTRICAL OUTPUT CHARACTERISTICS DYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS NORMAL MODE


OUTPUT VOLTAGE DYNAMIC VARIATION DURING TRANSFER NORMAL / STORED ENERGY MODE OF OPERATION AND VICE VERSA (5.3.2 AND 6.3.6.1 AND 6.3.6.2) (%):
OUTPUT VOLTAGE DYNAMIC VARIATION DUE TO LOAD CHANGES (6.3.7.1 AND 6.3.8.4):
MAXIMUM RATE OF CHANGE OF OUTPUT FREQUENCY (Hz/s):
ELECTRICAL OUTPUT CHARACTERISTICS STATIC CHARACTERISTICS STORED ENERGY MODE
RATED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (5.3.1) (Vr.m.s):

OUTPUT VOLTAGE VARIATION (6.3.4.4) (Vr.m.s):

RATED PEAK OUTPUT VOLTAGE VARIATION (6.3.4.4) (V):


OUTPUT FREQUENCY (5.3.2) (Hz):

RATED PEAK OUTPUT VOLTAGE (6.3.4.3) (V):

NONVISUAL VOLTAGE RISE TIME 0,1 TO 0,9 PEAK (IF WAVEFORM EXCEEDS 0,5 V/s) (6.3.4.4) (V/s):

OUTPUT FREQUENCY VARIATION (5.3.2) (Hz):

RATED OUTPUT ACTIVE POWER (5.3.2) (W):


TOTAL OUTPUT VOLTAGE DISTORTION (6.3.4.4 ) (% THD):
INDIVIDUAL HARMONIC VOLTAGENONLINEAR LOAD (5.3.2 AND 6.3.8.2):
OVERLOAD CAPABILITY (5.3.2 AND 6.3.5.2):

RATED OUTPUT APPARENT POWER (5.3.2 ) (VA):

RATED OUTPUT ACTIVE POWER NON LINEAR LOAD (5.3.2) (W):


INDIVIDUAL HARMONIC VOLTAGELINEAR LOAD (6.3.4.4):
SHORTCIRCUIT CAPABILITY (5.3.2 AND 6.3.5.4):
RANGE OF LOAD POWER FACTOR PERMITTED (5.3.2):

NUMBER OF OUTPUT PHASES (MULTIPHASE ONLY) (5.3.2) (PHASE (S)):


ELECTRICAL OUTPUT CHARACTERISTICS DYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS STORED ENERGY MODE
OUTPUT VOLTAGE DYNAMIC VARIATION DURING TRANSFER FROM STORED ENERGY MODE TO NORMAL MODE (6.3.6.1):
OUTPUT VOLTAGE DYNAMIC VARIATION DUE TO LOAD CHANGES (6.3.7.1):

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APPENDIX B
TECHNICAL DATA SHEET
MANUFACTURERS DECLARATION
APPLICABLE TO:

PROPOSAL

PURCHASE

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FACILITY NAME

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PROJECT No.
CONTRACTOR PROJECT No.
EFFICIENCY
EFFICIENCY INPUT / OUTPUT (6.6.11) (%):

SYNCHRONIZATION (IF APPLICABLE)


ACCEPTABLE VOLTAGE DIFFERENCE (6.3.6.4) (%):

AMBIENT SERVICE TEPERATURE (4.1.2) (C):

RELATIVE HUMIDITY RANGE (4.1.3) (%):

DEGREE OF PROTECTION IN ACCORDANCE WITH IEC 60529 (IP):

ALTITUDE (4.1.1) (M):

ACUSTIC NOISE AT 1 M (7.3):


NORMAL MODE (dBA):

STORED ENERGY MODE (dBA):


ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTISC INPUT
RANGE OF FREQUENCY SYNCHRONIZATION (6.3.2.2) (Hz):

RATED INPUT VOLTAGE AND VOLTAGE TOLERANCE (5.2.2 AND 6.3.2.1) (V):
MAXIMUM PHASE ERROR (6.3.6.4) (DEGREES):

STORED ENERGY MODE OF OPERATION


DURATION OF MAXIMUM PERMITTED STORED ENERGY TIME AT RATED LOAD (MIN):
STORED ENERGY TIME (FOR INTEGRAL BATTERIES) AT RATED LOAD (6.3.9.1) (MIN):
RESTORED ENERGY TIME TO 90% CARGE (FOR INTEGRAL BATTERIES) (6.3.9.2) (H):
BATTERY RATING AND QUANTITY (FOR INTEGRAL BATTERY) (6.3.9.2) (Ah AND UNITS):

BATTERY RECHARGE PROFILE (6.3.9.2):

BATTERY CUTOFF VOLTAGE (6.3.9.1):


CONTROL AND MONITORING SIGNALS (5.8)
SEE SEPARATE DECLARATION FOR COMPLETE LIST OF INDICATION AND REMOTE ALARM/MONITORING OR INTERFACE DEVICES:
BYPASS CHARACTERISTICS (5.5.2)
TYPE OF BYPASS (AUTOMATIC / MANUAL):
NO BREAK TRANSFER/BREAK TRANSFER (NO BREAK / BREAK):

MECHANICAL / STATIC (MECHANICAL/STATIC):


BREAK TIME /MAKE TIME (ms):

BYPASS PROTECTION FUSE OR CIRCUITBREAKER RATING (A):

MAINTENANCE BYPASS (YES/NO):

GALVANIC ISOLATION FITTED (YES/NO):


ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY (5.7)

IMMUNITY SEE IEC 620402:


EMISSION SEE IEC 620402:
NOTES

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APPENDIX C
DEVIATIONS AND EXCEPTIONS TAKEN BY BIDDER
CLAUSE

EXCEPTIONS/DEVIATIONS

BIDDER:

EXPLANATION AND
PROPOSED OPTION

BIDDERS AUTHORIZED SIGNATURE

DATE:

Note:

Exceptions/Deviations shall be numbered according to the


clause/subclause numbers of this specification.