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ZXDU68 B201

DC Power System
Product Description

Version: V5.0R06M09

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Revision History

Revision No. Revision Date Revision Reason

R1.2 2013-01-08 The following section and chapter are modified:

l Section 3.2, Environmental Specifications


l Chapter 5, Alarm List

R1.1 2012-12-06 The following section and chapter are modified:

l Section 2.4, Signal Interface Unit


l Chapter 5, Alarm List

R1.0 2012-11-23 First edition

Serial Number: SJ-20120703093141-002

Publishing Date: 2013-01-08 (R1.2)

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Contents
About This Manual ......................................................................................... I
Chapter 1 System Overview ...................................................................... 1-1
1.1 System Introduction............................................................................................ 1-1
1.2 System Features ................................................................................................ 1-1

Chapter 2 System Structure and Components........................................ 2-1


2.1 System Structure................................................................................................ 2-1
2.2 ZXD3000 Rectifier .............................................................................................. 2-4
2.3 Centralized Supervision Unit ............................................................................... 2-6
2.4 Signal Interface Unit ........................................................................................... 2-7

Chapter 3 System Specifications.............................................................. 3-1


3.1 Configuration List ............................................................................................... 3-1
3.2 Environmental Specifications .............................................................................. 3-2
3.3 Technical Specifications...................................................................................... 3-2
3.4 Compliance Standards ....................................................................................... 3-5

Chapter 4 Rectifier Specifications ............................................................ 4-1


4.1 Technical Specifications...................................................................................... 4-1
4.2 Input Features.................................................................................................... 4-3
4.3 Output Features ................................................................................................. 4-4
4.4 Power Decrease With High Temperature ............................................................. 4-5

Chapter 5 Alarm List .................................................................................. 5-1


Appendix A Electrical Connection Diagram ........................................... A-1
Glossary .......................................................................................................... I

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About This Manual
Purpose
This manual applies to the ZXDU68 B201 (V5.0R06M09) DC Power System. The ZXDU68
B201 system is designed to be installed in a cabinet/rack and provides power for -48 V
communications equipment.
This manual describes the system structure, characteristics, and configuration.

Intended Audience
This manual is intended for:
l Planning engineers
l Maintenance engineers

What Is in This Manual


This manual contains the following chapters/appendices:

Chapter/Appendix Summary

1, System Overview Introduces the system and describes the system features.

2, System Structure and Describes the system structure, ZXD3000 rectifiers, Centralized
Components Supervision Unit (CSU), and Signal Interface Unit (SIU).

3, System Specifications Describes configuration list, environmental specifications, technical


specifications, and compliance standards.

4, Rectifier Specifications Describes the ZXD3000 (V5.0) rectifier specifications, including


technical specifications, input features, output features and the feature
of power decrease with high temperature.

5, Alarm List Describes the alarm names, default alarm levels and output relays.

A, Electrical Connection Provides the electrical connection diagram of the ZXDU68 B201
Diagram system.

Conventions
This manual uses the following typographical conventions:

Typeface Meaning

Bold Menus, menu options, function names, input fields, option button names, check boxes,
drop-down lists, dialog box names, window names, parameters, and commands.

Note: provides additional information about a certain topic.

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Chapter 1
System Overview
Table of Contents
System Introduction....................................................................................................1-1
System Features ........................................................................................................1-1

1.1 System Introduction


The ZXDU68 B201 system is designed to be installed in a cabinet/rack. ZXDU68 B201 is
19 inches in width and 5U in height.
l The system can provide power for -48 V communications equipment.
l Single-phase AC input, 200 V - 240 V (phase voltage).
l When fully configured, the power system is equipped with four ZXD3000 (V5.0)
rectifiers and can provide a maximum power output of 12 kW.
For the appearance of the ZXDU68 B201 system, see Figure 1-1.

Figure 1-1 System Appearance

1.2 System Features


Door Open Key Code Function
Delayed trigger alarm waits for technicians authorization code before informing the
Supervision Center (SC) of access attempt.
This function provides potential reduction of the SC interventions greatly.

Efficient Rectifiers
With 30% - 50% output power, the rectifier efficiency is 94%.

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With 50% - 100% output power, the rectifier efficiency is 96%.

Automatically Switching the Rectifiers to the Sleep Mode


The system switches one or more rectifiers to the sleep mode according to the load power.
The power of a rectifier in sleep mode is not larger than 4 W.

A Wide Range of Input Voltage


A wide range of input phase voltage (90 V to 295 V) makes the system suitable for areas
with unstable power sources.

Capacity Expansion
When fully configured, the system is equipped with four ZXD3000 (V5.0) rectifiers and can
provide a rated output power of 12 kW when the output voltage ranges from -48 V to -57.6
V.

Accessible via Web Browser


The system can be remotely managed through a computer installed with a web browser
anywhere if Ethernet is available.

Managing Data in Batches


Users can set the parameters in batches, copy records and upgrade programs via a USB
flash drive.

Professional Monitoring and Management


l The transmission speed is high via CAN bus.
l Multiple protection functions, such as Load Low Voltage Disconnect (LLVD1), Load
Low Temperature Disconnect (LLTD), Battery Low Voltage Disconnect (BLVD), and
Battery High Temperature Disconnect (BHTD).
l Users can press the QUY button of a rectifier to query the data of the rectifier or control
it.

Flexible Monitoring Networking


The system provides input and output relays, RJ45 Ethernet interface, RS232 interface,
RS485 interface, and USB interface. The system supports multiple monitoring networking
modes via Telnet, Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP), File Transfer Protocol (FTP), and
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP).

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Chapter 2
System Structure and
Components
Table of Contents
System Structure........................................................................................................2-1
ZXD3000 Rectifier ......................................................................................................2-4
Centralized Supervision Unit ......................................................................................2-6
Signal Interface Unit ...................................................................................................2-7

2.1 System Structure


For the structure of the ZXDU68 B201 chassis, see Figure 2-1 and Figure 2-2.

Front View

Figure 2-1 Chassis Structure (Front View)

1. ZXD3000 (V5.0) rectifiers 5. Auxiliary DC output 8. BLVD reset button (BLVD


2. Signal Interface Unit (SIU) connector (AUX. OUTPUT, RST)
3. Centralized Supervision 50A) 9. PE bolts
Unit (CSU) 6. Main DC output circuit
4. 48VDC generator input breaker (MAIN OUTPUT)
connector (48VDC 7. Battery circuit breakers
GENERATOR) (BATT1, BATT2, BATT3)

For a description of the components, refer to Table 2-1.

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Table 2-1 Chassis Components (Front View)

S.N. Component Description

1 ZXD3000 (V5.0) rectifiers Convert AC power to DC power.


For further details, refer to 2.2 ZXD3000 Rectifier.

2 Signal Interface Unit (SIU) Provides signal interfaces for supervision.


For further details, refer to 2.4 Signal Interface Unit.

3 Centralized Supervision Collects the system operation data and manages the system.
Unit (CSU) For further details, refer to 2.3 Centralized Supervision Unit.

4 48VDC generator input Connects to a 48 VDC generator.


connector (48VDC
GENERATOR)

5 Auxiliary DC output Connects to a DC load.


connector (AUX. OUTPUT,
50A)

6 Main DC output circuit Activates/deactivates DC output for the main DC load.


breaker (MAIN OUTPUT)

7 Battery circuit breakers Activates/deactivates battery input.


(BATT1, BATT2, BATT3)

8 BLVD reset button (BLVD If the system has disconnected the battery branch(es) because
RST) of low voltage, but the CSU is faulty, press the BLVD RST
button to manually reconnect the disconnected branch(es).

9 PE bolts Connect to the on-site grounding busbar.

Rear View

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Figure 2-2 Chassis Structure (Rear View)

1. Rear panel 4. Main DC output connection 6. Working ground busbar


2. AC input cabling hole terminals (MAIN OUTPUT) (+/RTN)
3. Battery input connection (-48V) 7. AC input connection
terminals (BATT1, BATT2, 5. -48V busbar (-48V) terminals (L, N, L, N, PE)
BATT3) (-48V)

For a description of the components, refer to Table 2-2.

Table 2-2 Chassis Components (Rear View)

S.N. Component Description

1 Rear panel Remove the rear panel before connecting the cables.

2 AC input cabling hole Cabling hole for the AC input cables (L, N, L, N, PE)

3 Battery input connection Connect battery packs to the system.


terminals (BATT1, BATT2,
BATT3) (-48V)

4 Main DC output connection Connect -48 V terminals of the main DC load.


terminals (MAIN OUTPUT)
(-48V)

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5 -48V busbar (-48V) -

6 Working ground busbar Connects +/RTN cables of battery packs and DC loads.
(+/RTN)

7 AC input connection Connect AC input cables (L, N, L, N, PE).


terminals (L, N, L, N, Caution: It is recommended to configure a 50 A circuit breaker
PE) for each AC input branch to provide AC input power for the
ZXDU68 B201 system.

2.2 ZXD3000 Rectifier


The ZXD3000 (V5.0) rectifiers convert AC to DC, power DC loads and charge the batteries.

Appearance
For the appearance of the ZXD3000 rectifier, see Figure 2-3.

Figure 2-3 Rectifier Appearance

1. Fan 2. Indicators 3. QUY (query) button

Buttons and Indicators


l Press and hold the QUY button of a rectifier for 5 seconds and then the CSU displays
the rectifiers main information screen.
l The indicators display the operational status of the rectifier. For a description of the
indicators, refer to Table 2-3.

Table 2-3 Rectifier Operational Status

Indicator
Operational Status
Power Run Alarm Fault

Lit Lit - Not lit Operating with Stable


Voltage

Flashing Not lit - Not lit Sleep

Lit Flashing - Not lit Output Current Limit

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Indicator
Operational Status
Power Run Alarm Fault

Lit - Flashing - Communication Failure

Lit - Lit - Alarm

Lit Not lit - Lit Fault

- means that the status of the indicator is not relevant to the condition.

Interfaces
Input and output interfaces are laid at the back of the rectifier. For the interface layout of
the rectifier, see Figure 2-4. For a description of the pin definitions, refer to Table 2-4.
The interfaces complete the electrical and signal connections between the rectifier and the
ZXDU68 B201 power system.

Figure 2-4 Rectifier Interfaces

Table 2-4 Pin Definitions of Rectifier Interfaces

Interface Name Pin No. Signal Function


Definition

AC input 1-6 L Connects the AC input phase cable.


interfaces
7 - 12 N Connects the AC input neutral cable.

18 - 20 PE Connects the protection ground.

- 13 - Reserved

Phase detection 14 AA Locates the phase where an operating rectifier is.


interfaces
15 AB

CAN 16 CAN- A rectifier communicates with other devices


communication through the interfaces. For example, a rectifier
17 CAN+
detection transmits data to the CSU, and the CSU issues
interfaces commands to a rectifier.

DC output 21 - 28 OUTPUT+ Provide DC output power.


interfaces
29 - 36 OUTPUT-

Hot-plug pins 37, 38 Hot-plug pin (+) Prevent sparks when a rectifier is installed into
the ZXDU68 B201 system.
39, 40 Hot-plug pin (-)

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2.3 Centralized Supervision Unit


The Centralized Supervision Unit (CSU) is the foreground monitoring unit of the ZXDU68
B201 system. It monitors the AC distribution, DC distribution, rectifiers and batteries of the
ZXDU68 B201 system.

Functions
l Delayed trigger alarm waits for technicians authorization code before informing the
Supervision Center (SC) of access attempt. This function provides potential reduction
of the SC interventions greatly.
When the door with a door sensor is open, all alarms will be on hold and not sent to
output relays in this case, and the correct 4-digit key code (password) must be input
within a certain time (Login Max.Time, one minute, by default). All alarms are sent
to output relays immediately if the correct key code is not input within the time.
l Gives an audible and visual alarm and provides the protection function when the
ZXDU68 B201 system is faulty.
l Collects the operational data and monitors the operations of the ZXDU68 B201
system.
l Performs advanced battery management with protection functions.
l Manages the rectifiers and automatically switches one or more rectifiers to the sleep
mode to save energy.
l Transmits data to the background Supervision Center (SC) and receives commands
from the SC. In this way, the ZXDU68 B201 system can be monitored remotely.
l The CSU can be remotely managed through a computer installed with web browser
anywhere if Ethernet is available.

Appearance
For the appearance of the CSU, see Figure 2-5.

Figure 2-5 CSU Appearance (CSU500A)

1. LCD 3. RJ45 Ethernet interface 5. Buttons


2. USB interface 4. Indicators

Interfaces
l USB interface

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Supports USB flash drives but does not support portable hard disks, MP3 or MP4.
Use a 2 GB (or below) USB flash drive with available capacity of greater than 32
MB.
l RJ45 Ethernet interface
The Ethernet interface rate is 10M/100M (adaptive).
The Ethernet interface supports multiple monitoring networking modes through
Telnet, HTTP, FTP and SNMP.

Indicators
The indicators display the operational status of the CSU and the ZXDU68 B201 system.
For a description of indicators, refer to Table 2-5.

Table 2-5 CSU Operational Status

Indicator
Operational Status
Power Run Alarm

Lit Flashing Not lit Operating normally

Lit - Flashing Alarm

Lit Lit or not lit - Down

- means that the status of the indicator is not relevant to the condition.

Buttons and LCD


The buttons and the LCD of the CSU enable the users to query operational data of the
ZXDU68 B201 system, set parameters, and control the operation of the ZXDU68 B201
system.

The button names are as follows:


l ///: up/down/left/right
l Ent: enter
l Esc: escape

2.4 Signal Interface Unit


The Signal Interface Unit (SIU) contains the Signal Interface Board (SIB). For the structure
of SIU, see Figure 2-6.

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Figure 2-6 Signal Interface Unit (SIU)

1. SIB 2. Interface designation

The SIB provides various supervision interfaces including input and output relay
interfaces, background communication interfaces, and environment detection interfaces.
For the layout of the interfaces on the SIB, see Figure 2-7.

Figure 2-7 Supervision Interfaces on the SIB

For a description of the interfaces on the SIB, refer to Table 2-6.

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Table 2-6 Supervision Interfaces on the SIB

Interface Description

Input and Output Relay Interfaces

X3 In-relay 1, 2 Four input relays.


The users can set the alarms for the input relays in the
X4 In-relay 3, 4
Centralized Supervision Unit (CSU).

X14 Out-relay 1 Alarm code A1: critical or major alarm

Out-relay 2 Alarm code A2: door alarm

X15 Out-relay 3 Alarm code A3: AC power abnormal

Out-relay 4 Alarm code A4: ambient temperature high

X16 Out-relay 5 Alarm code A5: minor alarm or warning

Out-relay 6 Alarm code A6: __________________________


Reserved for user definition.

X17 Out-relay 7 Alarm code A7: __________________________


Reserved for user definition.

Out-relay 8 Alarm code A8: __________________________


Reserved for user definition.

X18 CSU fault out-relay Provides the CSU fault signal

Background Communication Interfaces

X11 RS232 communication X11 and X13 cannot be used at the same time

X12 RS485 communication -


(independent)

X13 RS485 communication X11 and X13 cannot be used at the same time
(multiplex)

X22 RS232 communication Multiplex with X11

Environment Detection Interfaces

X2 Flood alarm To connect a flood sensor

X5 Door magnet alarm To connect a door sensor

X6 Battery 1 temperature To connect the temperature sensor for battery pack 1

X7 Battery 2 temperature To connect the temperature sensor for battery pack 2

X8 Battery 3 temperature To connect the temperature sensor for battery pack 3

X9 Battery 4 temperature To connect the temperature sensor for battery pack 4

X10 Environment temperature To connect an ambient temperature sensor

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Chapter 3
System Specifications
Table of Contents
Configuration List .......................................................................................................3-1
Environmental Specifications......................................................................................3-2
Technical Specifications .............................................................................................3-2
Compliance Standards ...............................................................................................3-5

3.1 Configuration List


For the configuration list of the ZXDU68 B201 system , refer to Table 3-1.

Table 3-1 Configuration List

Component Configuration

Chassis One

Rectifier ZXD3000 (V5.0) Four (when fully configured)

Centralized CSU500A One (software version: V1.01F)


Supervision Unit
(CSU)

AC distribution AC input No AC input circuit breaker


Four AC input connection terminals (L, N, L, N, PE)
Caution: It is recommended to configure a 50 A
circuit breaker for each AC input branch to provide
AC input power for the ZXDU68 B201 system.

Standby AC output None

Rectifier circuit None


breaker

AC SPD None

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Component Configuration

DC distribution DC input One 120 A generator input connector (48VDC


GENERATOR)

Battery input circuit 1200 A/2P, 2100 A/1P MCBs


breaker

DC output l Main DC output:


Two connection terminals controlled by one 200
A/2P circuit breaker
l Auxiliary DC output:
One 50 A DC output connector

DC SPD None

3.2 Environmental Specifications


For a description of the environmental specifications of the ZXDU68 B201 system, refer
to Table 3-2.

Table 3-2 Environmental Specifications

Item Specifications

Operating temperature -4 F to +131 F/-20 C to +55 C (+59 F to +77 F/+15 C to


+25 C, recommended)

Storage temperature -40 F to +158 F/-40 C to +70 C

Relative humidity 10% to 90% (non-condensing); 40% to 60% recommended

Altitude l 0 - 2187 yd (0 - 2000 m): 100% output power


l 2187 yd 3281 yd (2000 m - 3000 m): The power derating
percentage is 1% for each 100 m increase in altitude.

Other requirements l The cabinet should be stable and erect.


l No explosion hazard, no shake or jolt.
l Never install the equipment where there is a risk of liquid
or objects falling into the top of the equipment.
l No conductive dust or corrosive gas.
l No strong Electromagnetic Interference (EMI).

3.3 Technical Specifications


The ZXDU68 B201 system satisfy the following technical specifications.
l For the system specifications, refer to Table 3-3.
l For AC electrical specifications, refer to Table 3-4.
l For DC electrical specifications, refer to Table 3-5.

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l For interface specifications, refer to Table 3-6.


l For structure specifications, refer to Table 3-7.

Table 3-3 System Specifications

Item Description

Rated output power of the system 12 kW (-48 V to -57.6 V)


(when fully configured)

System efficiency l 93.5% (30% rated power)


l 95.5% (50% rated power)
l 95.5% (100% rated power)

Equipment noise 55 dB(A)

Monitoring networking mode RS232/RS485 serial port, Ethernet, and transparent


transmission with the communication equipment

Design service time 10 years to 15 years

Electro Magnetic Compatibility l DIN/EN 55022


(EMC) l IEC61000

ESD immunity Contact: 8 kV. Air: 15 kV

Radiated Susceptibility 10V/M 1 kHz 80% amplitude


(RS) modulation

Electronic Fast Transients AC port: 4 kV. DC port and signal


(EFT) Pulse/Burst port: 2 kV
immunity

Surge immunity AC port: 6 kV

Conducted susceptibility 3V 1 kHz 80% amplitude


modulation

Voltage dips, interruptions Class 2


& variations immunity

Conducted emissions Class A

Radiated emissions Class A

Table 3-4 AC Electrical Specifications

Item Specification

AC input AC input mode Single-phase three-wire (L/N/PE)


features
AC input voltage l Rated AC input phase voltage: 200 V - 240 V
l Phase voltage range: 90 V to 295 V

AC input frequency l Rated frequency: 50 Hz/60 Hz


l Frequency range: 45 Hz - 66 Hz

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AC input power 0.998 (with rated load)


factor

Input Total THD 5% (30% - 100% rated power)


Harmonic Distortion
(THD)

Protection AC over-voltage When the input phase voltage is higher than the over-voltage
functions protection threshold, the system takes a protection action against
over-voltage.

AC under-voltage When the input phase voltage is lower than the under-voltage
protection threshold, the system takes a protection action against
under-voltage.

Table 3-5 DC Electrical Specifications

Item Specification

DC output DC output voltage Rated output voltage: -53.5 V


features
Output voltage -42 V to -58 V (adjustable in the CSU)
range

DC voltage drop 0.5 V


inside the cabinet

Regulated voltage 0.5%


precision

Weighted noise 2 mV
voltage

Peak-peak noise 150 mV (20 MHz bandwidth)


voltage

Protection DC over-voltage When the DC output voltage is higher than the over-voltage
functions protection threshold, the system takes a protection action against
over-voltage.

DC under-voltage When the DC output voltage is lower than the under-voltage


protection threshold, the system takes a protection action against
under-voltage.

Battery under- Battery Low Voltage Disconnect (BLVD): If the battery voltage
voltage protection is lower than the BLVD threshold, the system disconnect the
batteries.

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Table 3-6 Interface Specifications

Location Interface Description

On the front USB interface l Supports USB flash drives but does not support portable
panel of the hard disks, MP3 or MP4.
CSU l Use a 2 GB (or below) USB flash drive with available
capacity greater than 32 MB.

Communication One adaptive 10 M/100 M RJ45 Ethernet interface


interfaces

On the SIB (in Communication One RS232 interface, one RS485 interface
the SIU) interfaces Baud rate: 1200 bps, 2400 bps, 9600 bps, 19200 bps, 38400
bps, 57600 bps, 115200 bps

Input relay Four input relays, the user can set the alarms for the input
interfaces relays in the CSU.

Output relay Nine output relays


interfaces l Eight for the users to set in the CSU
l One for the CSU fault

Environment l Four battery temperature interfaces


detection interfaces l One environment temperature interface
l One door alarm interface
l One flood alarm interface

Table 3-7 Structure Specifications

Item Specifications

Chassis dimensions (H W D) 8.6 in. 19.0 in. 14.2 in./219.4 mm 482.6 mm 360 mm

Chassis weight Approximately 44.1 lb/20 kg (excluding rectifiers and CSU)

ZXD3000 (V5.0) rectifier weight 4.4 lb/2 kg/set, four sets (maximum)

CSU weight 2.9 lb/1.3 kg

Installation mode Installation in a cabinet/rack

3.4 Compliance Standards


EMC Standards
The ZXDU68 B201 system is in compliance with the following Electromagnetic
Compatibility (EMC) standards:
l EN55022
l IEC61000-3-3; IEC61000-3-2; IEC61000-4-2; IEC61000-4-3; IEC61000-4-4;
IEC61000-4-6; IEC61000-4-8; and IEC61000-4-11

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Safety Standards
The ZXDU68 B201 system is in compliance with the UL/IEC/EN 60950 safety standards.

Other Standards
The ZXDU68 B201 system is also in compliance with the following standards:
l The Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) directive (2002/95/EC) of the
European Union.
l This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the fol-
lowing two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this
device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operations.

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Rectifier Specifications
Table of Contents
Technical Specifications .............................................................................................4-1
Input Features ............................................................................................................4-3
Output Features .........................................................................................................4-4
Power Decrease With High Temperature ....................................................................4-5

4.1 Technical Specifications


For the technical specifications of the ZXD3000 (V5.0) rectifiers, refer to Table 4-1.

Table 4-1 Technical Specifications

Item Description

AC input Input mode Single-phase three-wire (L/N/PE)

Input voltage l Input voltage: 85 V to 295 V


l Rated input voltage: 100 V to 240 V

Maximum input current 18 A

Frequency l Frequency: 45 Hz to 66 Hz
l Rated frequency: 50 Hz/60 Hz

Input power factor 0.998 (when the input and output values are
rated)

DC output Maximum output power 3,000 W (when the input voltage is 176 V to 295 V
and the environment temperature is -40 to 55 )

Rated output voltage 53.5 V

Range of output voltage 42 V to 59.5 V


Adjusted through the monitoring unit of the power
system

Output current limit 5 A to 63.5 A


Set through the monitoring unit

Efficiency l Peak efficiency: 96%


l Efficiency with the rated load: 95%

Voltage stabilizing accuracy 0.6%

Output weighted noise 2 mV

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Broad frequency noise l 50 mV (3.4 kHz to 150 kHz)


voltage l 20 mV (0.15 MHz to 30 MHz)

Discrete frequency noise l 5 mV (3.4 kHz to 150 kHz)


voltage l 3 mV (150 kHz to 200 kHz)
l 2 mV (200 kHz to 500 kHz)
l 1 mV (0.5 MHz to 30 MHz)

Peak-to-peak noise voltage 200 mV (bandwidth of 0 Hz to 20 MHz)

Inter-rectifier load sharing The number of the rectifiers that can be connected
in parallel is not less than 30; when the output
current of a single rectifier is 10% to 100% of the
rated value, the output current imbalance of the
rectifiers is not greater than 1.5 A.

Safety Dielectric strength l 2840 VDC voltage of the AC input terminals


protection to the chassis for one minute: no breakdown
or arc; the stable leakage current is less than
1 mA.
l 4242 VDC voltage of the AC input terminals
to the DC output terminals for one minute: no
breakdown or arc; the stable leakage current
is less than 1 mA.
l 707 VDC voltage of the DC output terminals
to the chassis for one minute: no breakdown
or arc; the stable leakage current is less than
1 mA.
l 707 VDC voltage of other interfaces to the
chassis for one minute: no breakdown or arc;
the stable leakage current is less than 1 mA.

Safety standard Compliant with IEC60950

Electromagnetic Compliant with EN55022 Class B and IEC61000


compatibility

Mean time between failures MTBF 2 105 h

Cooling mode l Forced cooling;


l The fan speed can be adjusted according to
the environment temperature and the working
status of the rectifier.

Environment requirement l Operating temperature: -40 to 75


l Storage temperature: -40 to 85
l Relative humidity: 95% (non-condensing)
l Air pressure: 80 kPa to 106 kPa

Dimensions 41.5 mm 132 mm 300 mm (HWD)

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Weight 2 kg

4.2 Input Features


Overview
The ZXD3000 (V5.0) rectifier automatically adjusts its operational status according to the
AC input voltage.
The input features include the under-voltage protection, over-voltage protection, and power
limit.

Under-Voltage Protection
When the AC input voltage is lower than the under-voltage threshold, the rectifier
automatically shuts down and provides no output. Meanwhile, the alarm indicator is on.
After the AC input voltage reaches the under-voltage recovery threshold, the rectifier
automatically recovers.
The under-voltage recovery threshold = the AC input under-voltage threshold + the return
difference.
The AC input under-voltage threshold is (85 5) V and the return difference ranges from
8 V to 12 V.

Over-Voltage Protection
When the AC input voltage is higher than the over-voltage threshold, the rectifier
automatically shuts down and provides no output. Meanwhile, the alarm indicator is
on. After the AC input voltage falls to the over-voltage recovery threshold, the rectifier
automatically recovers.
The over-voltage recovery threshold = the AC input over-voltage threshold the return
difference.

The AC input over-voltage threshold is (295 5) V and the return difference ranges from
5 V to 10 V.

Power Limit
The rectifier limits its output power according to the input voltage.
See Figure 4-1 for the power limit feature of the rectifier when the following conditions are
met.

l Environment temperature: -25 to 55


l Output voltage of the rectifier: 48 V to 59.5 V

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Figure 4-1 Power Limit Feature

1. Under-voltage threshold 2. 55% power (110 V) 4. Over-voltage threshold


(855 V) 3. Maximum power (176 V) (2955 V)

For the relationship between the AC input voltage and the output power, refer to Table 4-2.

Table 4-2 Relationship Between AC Input Voltage and Output Power

AC Input Voltage Output Power (Percentage of the Maximum Output Power)

(85 5) V 0

(85 5) V to 110 V 40% to 55%

110 V to 176 V 55% to 100%

176 V to (295 5) V 100%

> (295 5) V 0

Maximum output power: 3000 W (when the input voltage is 176 V to 295 V and the environment
temperature is -40 to +55 )

4.3 Output Features


See Figure 4-2 for the output features of the ZXD3000 (V5.0) rectifier when the following
conditions are met.
l AC input voltage of the rectifier: 176 V to 295 V
l Environment temperature: -25 to +55

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Figure 4-2 Output Features

As shown in Figure 4-2, the output features of the rectifier can be concluded as follows:
l When the output voltage ranges from 42 V to 48 V, the maximum output current is
constant.
l When the output voltage ranges from 48 V to 59.5 V, the maximum output power is
constant.
l When the output voltage is lower than 36 V, the rectifier restarts for protection.
When the environment temperature ranges from -25 to +55 and the input voltage
ranges from 85 V to 176 V, the rectifier still has the above output features. However,
because of the power limit feature, when the input voltage ranges from 85 V to 176 V, the
output power cannot reach the highest percentage (100%). Therefore, the input voltage
affects the maximum output power and maximum output current.

4.4 Power Decrease With High Temperature


The feature of power decrease with high temperature refers to that the output power of
the ZXD3000 (V5.0) rectifier decreases with the increase of the environment temperature
when the environment temperature reaches the over-temperature threshold.
For the feature of power decrease with high temperature, see Figure 4-3.

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Figure 4-3 Power Decrease With High Temperature

For a description of the feature, refer to Table 4-3.

Table 4-3 Power Decrease With High Temperature

Environment Temperature Output Power (Percentage of the Maximum Power)

-40 to +55 100%

+55 to 75 The output power decreases with the increase of the temperature
and is not less than 50% when the temperature is 75 .

> 75 0 (the rectifier shuts down for protection against over-temperature)

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Chapter 5
Alarm List
For a description of the alarms, refer to Table 5-1 (presently, the alarms marked with a *
do not appear in the CSU).

Note:
l The software codes A1 to A8 correspond to the eight output relays on the SIB.
l Multiple alarms can share one output relay. Each alarm cannot correspond to multiple
output relays but one output relay only. No means that no output relay is assigned
to an alarm.
l Except for Total Alarm, the output relay for an alarm will not take effect when its alarm
level is set to Mask.
l Except for Access Ctrl.Alm., the output relay for an alarm changes its state and
provides an alarm signal in 30 seconds after the alarm occurs.

Table 5-1 Alarm List

S.N. Alarm Name Alarm Level and Alarm Description


Output Relay

Battery and System Alarms

1 Common Alarm Default level: Mask The CSU detects that an alarm occurs.
Default relay: No

2 Batt.Test Fail Default level: Mask A battery test is terminated when the battery
Default relay: No voltage reaches Test Stop Volt. while the
battery capacity does not reach Test Stop Cap.

3* LLVD1 Alarm Default level: Critical The system disconnects the LLVD1 loads
Default relay: A1 (secondary loads) when the system meets one
of the following conditions.
l With Disconnect Mode set to Batt.Volt.,
the battery voltage is lower than LLVD1
Voltage.
l With Disconnect Mode set to
Batt.Rem.Cap., the battery voltage
is lower than LLVD1 Voltage or the
remaining battery capacity is lower than
LLVD1 Capacity.

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Output Relay

l With Disconnect Mode set to PowerOff


Time, the battery voltage is lower than
LLVD1 Voltage or the power-off time is
longer than LLVD1 Duration.

4* LLVD2 Alarm Default level: Critical The system disconnects the LLVD2 loads
Default relay: A1 (primary loads) when the system meets one of
the following conditions.
l With Disconnect Mode set to Batt.Volt.,
the battery voltage is lower than LLVD2
Voltage.
l With Disconnect Mode set to
Batt.Rem.Cap., the battery voltage
is lower than LLVD2 Voltage or the
remaining battery capacity is lower than
LLVD2 Capacity.
l With Disconnect Mode set to PowerOff
Time, the battery voltage is lower than
LLVD2 Voltage or the power-off time is
longer than LLVD2 Duration.

5 CAN Bus Abnormal Default level: Mask The CAN bus cannot send or receive data
Default relay: No normally due to some communication error.

6 Batt.Det.Abnor. Default level: Critical The battery voltage is lower than Test Stop
Default relay: A1 Volt. in the process of the battery test.

7 BLVD Alarm Default level: Critical The system disconnects the batteries when the
Default relay: A1 system meets one of the following conditions.
l With Disconnect Mode set to Batt.Volt.,
the battery voltage is lower than BLVD
Voltage.
l With Disconnect Mode set to
Batt.Rem.Cap., the battery voltage
is lower than BLVD Voltage or the
remaining battery capacity is lower than
BLVD Capacity.
l With Disconnect Mode set to PowerOff
Time, the battery voltage is lower than
BLVD Voltage or the power-off time is
longer than BLVD Dura.

8* LLTD Alarm Default level: Critical When the environment temperature is lower
Default relay: A1 than LLTD Env.Temp., the system disconnects
the LLVD1 and LLVD2 loads.

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S.N. Alarm Name Alarm Level and Alarm Description


Output Relay

9* BHTD Alarm Default level: Critical When the battery temperature is higher than
Default relay: A1 BHTD Temp., the system disconnects the
batteries.

10 All Alarm Blocked Default level: Critical The system does not display any other
Default relay: A1 real-time alarms. This can be set through
Alm.Ctrl.

11 Batt.Equal Default level: Mask The system charges the batteries in boost
Default relay: No (equalized) charge mode.

12* BMU Comm.Fail Default level: Mask The Battery Monitoring Unit (BMU) fails to
Default relay: 0 communicate with the CSU.

13 Multi-SMR Alm Default level: Major Two or more Switching Mode Rectifiers (SMRs)
Default relay: A1 are faulty or fail to communicate with the CSU.

14 Sys. OverL Alm Default level: Critical This alarm (system over-load alarm) indicates
Default relay: A1 the following:
l All rectifier slots are occupied.
l All rectifiers are operating properly.
l The ratio of the total DC output current
to the sum of the rated output current of
the operating rectifiers is higher than the
system over-load threshold (Sys. OverL
Thre.)

15 Sys. LowCap. Alm Default level: Critical This alarm indicates the following:
Default relay: A1 l Not all the rectifiers are operating properly.
For example, a DC power system is
equipped with four rectifier slots, but
only two or three rectifiers are operating
normally.
l The ratio of the total DC output current
to the sum of the rated output current of
the operating rectifiers is higher than Sys.
OverL Thre.

16 Batt.Cap. NoConfig Default level: Critical All the battery capacities are set to values less
Default relay: A1 than 10 Ah in the CSU.

AC Alarms

17 AC Power Off Default level: Major The mains power fails and there is no standby
Default relay: A3 AC input.

18* AC In.Switch Off Default level: Mask The main AC input circuit breaker trips.
Default relay: 0

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Output Relay

19 AC Volt.High Default level: Major The AC input voltage is higher than AC


Default relay: A3 Volt.H.Thre.

20 AC Volt.Low Default level: Major The AC input voltage is lower than AC


Default relay: A3 Volt.L.Thre.

21 AC Phase Lack Default level: Major The AC input lacks one phase or two.
Default relay: A3

22 AC Volt.Imbala. Default level: Major The difference between AC input voltages is


Default relay: A3 greater than AC Volt.Imbala.

23 AC Curr.High Default level: Major The AC input current is higher than AC


Default relay: A3 Curr.H.Thre.

24* AC Out.Switch Off Default level: Mask The auxiliary AC output circuit breaker trips.
Default relay: 0

25* AC SPD Abnor Default level: Mask The AC Surge Protection Device (SPD) is
Default relay: No damaged or not installed.

Rectifier Alarms

26 SMR Fan Fault Default level: Major The rectifier fan is faulty.
Default relay: A1

27 SMR Ra.T.H.O Default level: Major The temperature of the PFC heat radiator is
Default relay: A1 higher than the maximum radiator temperature
(110 ).

28 SMR In.V.H.O. Default level: Major The AC input voltage of the rectifier is higher
Default relay: A1 than the maximum input voltage (300 V).

29 SMR In.V.L.O. Default level: Major The AC input voltage of the rectifier is lower
Default relay: A1 than the minimum input voltage (80 V).

30 SMR Out.V.H.O. Default level: Major The output voltage of the rectifier is higher than
Default relay: A1 the maximum output voltage (56.6 V to 62 V,
which can be set).

31 SMR Out.C.H. Default level: Major The output current of the rectifier is higher than
Default relay: A1 the maximum output current (68 A).

32 SMR Inter.T.H. Default level: Major The temperature at the air inlet of the rectifier is
Default relay: A1 higher than the maximum internal temperature
(70 ).

33 SMR Out.Fuse Default level: Major The output fuse of the rectifier blows.
Default relay: A1

34 SMR Curr.Share Default level: Major When multiple rectifiers are working in parallel,
Default relay: A1 the output current difference between these
rectifiers is greater than the threshold (8 A).

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Output Relay

35 SMR Input Off Default level: Major The power input of the rectifier is interrupted.
Default relay: A1

36 PFC Out.V.H. Default level: Major The output voltage of PFC is higher than the
Default relay: A1 threshold (450 V).

37 PFC Out.V.L. Default level: Major The output voltage of PFC is lower than the
Default relay: A1 threshold (345 V).

38 SMR EEPROM Default level: Major Errors occur when the rectifier reads and writes
Default relay: A1 the EEPROM.

39 SMR In.Comm F. Default level: Major The communication inside the rectifier fails.
Default relay: A1

40 SMR Primy.C.H. Default level: Major The primary current of the transformer is higher
Default relay: A1 than the threshold (28 A).

41 PFC Input C.H. Default level: Major Reserved alarm


Default relay: A1

42 SMR Start Abr. Default level: Major The starting time of the rectifier exceeds 5
Default relay: A1 minutes.

43 SMR In.Fuse Default level: Major The input fuse of the rectifier blows.
Default relay: A1

44 SMR Comm.Fail Default level: Major The communication between the rectifier and
Default relay: A1 the CSU is interrupted because the rectifier
is removed or there is some communication
exception.

45 SMR In.Freq. Default level: Major The input frequency of the rectifier is too high
Default relay: A1 (higher than 73 Hz) or too low (lower than 40
Hz).

46 SMR Out.V.L. Default level: Major The output voltage of the rectifier is lower than
Default relay: A1 the threshold (36 V).

DC Alarms

47 DC Volt.High Default level: Major The DC output voltage is higher than DC


Default relay: A1 Volt.High Thre.

48 DC Volt.Low Default level: Major The DC output voltage is lower than DC


Default relay: A1 Volt.Low Thre.

49* DC SPD Abnor. Default level: Mask The DC SPD is faulty.


Default relay: No

50 Batt.Volt.Low Default level: Major The voltage of a battery pack is lower than
Default relay: A1 Batt.Volt.L.Thre.

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Output Relay

51 Batt.Curr.Abr. Default level: Minor The rate of the detected battery current to
Default relay: A5 the highest detectable current is greater than
Batt.Curr.Abn.Rate.

52 Batt.Temp.High Default level: Major The battery temperature is higher than


Default relay: A1 Batt.Temp.H.Thre.

53 Batt.Temp.Low Default level: Major The battery temperature is lower than


Default relay: A1 Batt.Temp.L.Thre.

54 Batt.Loop Brk. Default level: Critical The battery loop is disconnected.


Default relay: A1

55 Batt.Dischg. Default level: Minor The battery discharging current is higher than
Default relay: A5 Batt.Dischg Thre.

56 Batt.T.Invalid Default level: The system is configured with batteries, but


Warning the battery temperature detection is ineffective.
Default relay: A5 The battery temperature sensor is not installed
or the battery temperature is out of the
detection range.

57* LLVD1 Extend Brk. Default level: Mask The circuit breaker or fuse of the extended
Default relay: 0 LLVD1 loop trips or blows.

58* LLVD1 Loop B. Default level: Mask The circuit breaker or fuse of the LLVD1 loop
Default relay: 0 trips or blows.

59* LLVD2 Extend Brk. Default level: Mask The circuit breaker or fuse of the extended
Default relay: 0 LLVD2 loop trips or blows.

60* BLVD Extend Brk. Default level: Mask The fuse of the extended BLVD loop blows.
Default relay: 0

61 BLVD Loop Brk. Default level: Major The fuse of the BLVD loop blows.
Default relay: A1

62 Cell Reverse Default level: Major One or more 2 V batteries are reversely
Default relay: A1 connected.

63 Block Reverse Default level: Major One or more 12 V batteries are reversely
Default relay: A1 connected.

64 Cell Poor Default level: Major The voltage of one or more 2 V batteries is
Default relay: A1 lower than Cell Volt.Diff.

65 Block Poor Default level: Major The voltage of one or more 12 V batteries is
Default relay: A1 lower than Block Volt.Diff.

66 DC.Loop.Brk. Default level: Major The circuit breaker (or fuse) of the DC output
Default relay: A1 loop trips (or blows).

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Output Relay

67 Load Ext.Brk. Default level: Major The circuit breaker (or fuse) of the extended
Default relay: A1 DC output loop trips (or blows).

Environment Alarms

68 Env.Temp.High Default level: Minor The environment temperature is higher than


Default relay: A4 Env.Temp.H.Thre.

69 Env.Temp.Low Default level: Minor The environment temperature is lower than


Default relay: A5 Env.Temp.L.Thre.

70 Env.Hum.High Default level: Minor The environment humidity is higher than


Default relay: A5 Env.Hum.H.Thre.

71 Env.Hum.Low Default level: Minor The environment humidity is lower than


Default relay: A5 Env.Hum.L.Thre.

72 Smog Alarm Default level: Major The sensor detects smog.


Default relay: A1

73 Flood Alarm Default level: Major The sensor detects flood.


Default relay: A1

74 Access Ctrl.Alm. Default level: Minor The sensor detects illegal intrusion.
Default relay: A5

75 Door Alarm Default level: Major The door with the door status switch is opened.
Default relay: A2

76 Glass Brk.Alm. Default level: Minor The sensor detects broken glasses.
Default relay: A5

77 Env.Temp.Invalid Default level: Mask The environment temperature sensor is


Default relay: No damaged or not installed.

78 Env.Hum.Invalid Default level: Mask The environment humidity sensor is damaged


Default relay: No or not installed.

Presently, the alarms marked with a * do not appear in the CSU.

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Appendix A
Electrical Connection
Diagram
For the simplified block diagram of the ZXDU68 B201 (V5.0R06M09) system operating
principles, see Figure A-1.

Figure A-1 Operating Principles of the System

The system components are described as follows.


l AC distribution unit: The AC distribution unit connects AC input to the system and
distributes AC power.
l Rectifiers: The rectifiers convert AC power to DC power.
l DC distribution unit: The DC distribution unit provides DC output to the loads and
connects the batteries to the system.
l CSU: The Centralized Supervision Unit collects the system operation data and
manages the system.
l Batteries: The batteries provides DC power to the loads with mains failure.

For the detailed electrical connection diagram of the ZXDU68 B201 (V5.0R06M09) system,
see Figure A-2.

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Glossary
AC
- Alternating Current
BHTD
- Battery High Temperature Disconnect
BLVD
- Battery Low Voltage Disconnect
BMU
- Battery Monitoring Unit
CAN
- Controller Area Network
CSU
- Centralized Supervision Unit
DC
- Direct Current
EMC
- Electro Magnetic Compatibility

EMC
- Electromagnetic Compatibility

EMI
- Electromagnetic Interference
ESD
- Electrostatic Discharge
FTP
- File Transfer Protocol
HTTP
- Hypertext Transfer Protocol
LCD
- Liquid Crystal Display
LLTD
- Load Low Temperature Disconnect

LLVD
- Load Low Voltage Disconnect
MCB
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MTBF
- Mean Time Between Failures
PE
- Protective Earth
PFC
- Power Factor Correction
RoHS
- Restriction of Hazardous Substances
SC
- Supervision Center
SIB
- Signal Interface Board
SIU
- Signal Interface Unit
SMR
- Switching Mode Rectifier

SNMP
- Simple Network Management Protocol
SPD
- Surge Protection Device
THD
- Total Harmonic Distortion
USB
- Universal Serial Bus

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