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User manual

ODPS 2900B-48-6 2.2V


VAC [ATC REV11]
Our InD, OutD and HelpD series are designed to complement each
other. InD stands for indoor power systems, while OutD solutions are
created for demanding outdoor use. HelpD is our global support team; its
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Table of contents

1 About this document ...................................................................................................... 3


1.1 Document content ............................................................................................... 3
2 Safety instructions ......................................................................................................... 4
2.1 About legal and safety information ...................................................................... 4
2.2 Legal statements ................................................................................................. 4
2.2.1 Statement of compliance ...................................................................... 4
2.2.2 Limitations ............................................................................................. 4
2.2.3 Maintenance .......................................................................................... 5
2.2.4 Third party devices ................................................................................ 5
2.3 Safety instructions ............................................................................................... 6
2.3.1 General instructions .............................................................................. 6
2.3.2 Specific instructions .............................................................................. 7
3 Product description ........................................................................................................ 8
3.1 Overall view of the cabinet .................................................................................. 9
3.2 ODPS 2900B-48-6 2.2V VAC [ATC REV11] LS/MS/HS ................................... 10
3.2.1 Cabinet configuration .......................................................................... 10
3.2.2 DC Power Supply Unit configuration................................................... 12
3.2.3 AC/DC distribution panel configuration ............................................... 14
3.3 Climate Control .................................................................................................. 15
3.3.1 Air Ventilation ...................................................................................... 15
3.3.2 Emergency mode ................................................................................ 16
3.3.3 Active Cooling (Air conditioner) ........................................................... 17
3.3.3.1 A/C unit configuration .......................................................... 17
3.3.4 Fan alarm ............................................................................................ 18
3.3.5 Air conditioner alarm ........................................................................... 18
3.3.6 Climate control setting......................................................................... 18
4 Installation and commissioning .................................................................................... 19
4.1 Before you begin ............................................................................................... 19
4.2 Unpacking the system ....................................................................................... 19
4.3 Installation ......................................................................................................... 20
4.3.1 System cabinet installation ................................................................. 20
4.3.2 Drainage tube installation ................................................................... 21
4.3.3 Cabling ................................................................................................ 22
4.3.3.1 Grounding ............................................................................ 22
4.3.3.2 Internal grounding connections ........................................... 23
4.3.3.3 AC mains connection ........................................................... 24
4.3.3.4 Battery connection ............................................................... 26
4.3.3.5 Gas evacuation .................................................................... 29
4.3.3.6 DC load connections............................................................ 30
4.3.3.7 Signals and Alarm connections ........................................... 32
4.3.3.8 Antenna cable installation .................................................... 34
4.3.3.9 Completing installation......................................................... 36
4.4 Commissioning .................................................................................................. 37
4.4.1 Starting up the DC system .................................................................. 37
4.4.2 Controller calibration ........................................................................... 38
4.4.3 Testing the rectifiers ............................................................................ 39
4.4.4 Testing the control and alarm system ................................................. 39
4.4.4.1 Confirming the configuration ................................................ 39
4.4.4.2 Testing the alarms ............................................................... 40
4.4.4.3 Checking the fuse monitoring .............................................. 40
4.4.4.4 Testing the rectifier and mains failure alarms ...................... 41
4.4.5 Checking the Air Ventilation system in the power compartment ........ 41
4.4.6 Checking the emergency fan in the battery compartment .................. 42
4.4.7 Checking the air conditioner ............................................................... 42
4.5 PV Chargers ...................................................................................................... 42
5 Controller – quick guide ............................................................................................... 44
5.1 General information ........................................................................................... 44
5.2 Controller features ............................................................................................. 44

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5.3 Controller overview ............................................................................................ 44
5.3.1 Controller user interface ...................................................................... 46
5.3.2 Controller menu structure ................................................................... 47
5.3.3 Basic operation using local user interface .......................................... 48
5.3.3.1 System status ...................................................................... 48
5.3.3.2 Battery voltage check .......................................................... 49
5.3.3.3 Time and date settings ........................................................ 49
5.3.4 Basic operation using a PC ................................................................. 49
5.3.4.1 Connecting a computer with DHCP enabled ....................... 49
5.3.4.2 Connecting a computer with fixed IP ................................... 50
5.3.4.3 ORION operation and configuration software ..................... 51
5.3.4.4 Checking the correct configuration ...................................... 52
5.3.5 UIM / UIL keys ..................................................................................... 53
Default password ............................................................................................... 53
5.3.6 Changing parameters.......................................................................... 54
6 Maintenance ................................................................................................................ 55
6.1 Rectifier user interface (DPR 2900B-48) ........................................................... 55
6.2 Replacing rectifier in a running system ............................................................. 55
6.3 Testing the air ventilation system in power compartment ................................. 55
6.4 Testing the emergency fan ................................................................................ 56
6.5 Testing the air conditioner ................................................................................. 56
6.6 Replacing the air filer ......................................................................................... 56
6.6.1 Replacing air filter in power compartment........................................... 56
6.6.2 Replacing air filter in battery compartment ......................................... 58
6.7 Replacing the fan in the power compartment .................................................... 59
6.8 Replacing the emergency fan ............................................................................ 60
6.9 Replacing the air conditioner ............................................................................. 60
7 Contacting Delta customer service .............................................................................. 64
8 Technical specification – Medium Capacity System ................................................... 65

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1 About this document

1.1 Document content


This document contains the following sections:

 Safety instructions
 Product description
 Installation and commissioning
 Troubleshooting
 Appendix

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2 Safety instructions

2.1 About legal and safety information


Please read all safety and legal information given provided here before working with any Delta products.
Ignoring these instructions may result in damage to the equipment, health hazards, or loss of life.

These safety instructions are an extension of any national laws governing health and safety at work and the
applicable standards, as well as any regulations of the statutory authorities.

Installation shall only be performed by trained persons familiar with the local installation regulations. The
local installation regulations must always be followed (covering installations in the building and main AC
distribution panels). It is also necessary to follow the instructions provided in the system user manual for
installation, commissioning, operation and maintenance.

2.2 Legal statements

2.2.1 Statement of compliance

Please see the relevant product fact sheet for information.

For conformity assessment adequate analysis and assessment of risk were considered.”

“The equipment conforms to EMC directive 2014/30/EU, LVD directive 2014/35/EU and ROHS directive
2011/65/EU. When user install R&TTE to the equipment user of R&TTE is responsible of fulfilment RED EU
directive 2014/53/EU.

2.2.2 Limitations

The equipment is mainly intended for telecommunications purposes only. The equipment is not intended for
use in applications in which the failure of the equipment could lead to death, personal injury, or severe
physical or environmental damage.

Delta is not responsible for any danger or damage resulting from incorrect installation, maintenance,
operation or usage of the equipment, use beyond its intended purpose, failure to observe stated instructions,
and/or failure to observe the applicable safety regulations.

Delta is only responsible for components and services provided by Delta. Third party components and/or
services, such as batteries, repair and/or maintenance used in and/or conducted for the equipment, are not
the responsibility of Delta. Furthermore, Delta is not responsible for any malfunction or danger of, and/or
damage to/resulted from the equipment caused by such third party components and/or services.

Unauthorised modifications to the equipment may result in incorrect operation and/or performance. The
operator is responsible for the consequences of any modification in the hardware configuration that is made
without an agreement with the manufacturer or authorised representative.

Installation, operation and maintenance of the equipment should only be performed by suitably qualified
personnel with appropriate training. The operator is responsible for ensuring that personnel working with the
equipment are provided with appropriate operation and safety training.

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The operator is responsible for ensuring that the location of the system is treated as an electrical equipment
room. These rooms must have appropriate air-conditioning and restricted access. The operator is also
responsible for ensuring that the system rack doors are securely locked and not accessible to unauthorised
persons. The equipment must be installed on an incombustible base, e.g. on a concrete floor.

If the power supply to the system is not fitted with a disconnecting switch or equivalent device, the operator
is responsible for fitting an appropriate disconnection switch conforming to the relevant regulations.

In general, Delta outdoor systems are intended to use in non-weather protected location in accordance to
standard ETSI EN 300 019-1-4 Class 4.1.
In specific cases, operation of equipment out of Class 4.1 shall be consulted with Delta and should be
confirm by adequate technical specification.

In general, Delta outdoor systems are intended to be stored on weather protected location in accordance to
standard ETSI EN 300 019-1-1 Class 1.2.
In specific cases, storage of equipment out of Class 1.2 shall be consulted with Delta and should be confirm
by adequate technical specification.

In general, Delta outdoor systems are intended to be transported in accordance to standard ETSI EN 300
019-1-2 Class 2.2. Careful transportation.
In specific cases, transportation of equipment out of Class 1.2 shall be consulted with Delta and should be
confirm by adequate technical specification.

The Delta outdoor cabinet would be delivered with some free space for additional user equipment. It will be
customer’s responsibility that this equipment is design for the environment condition would be available
inside cabinet.
There are few important, environmental factors should be considered :
a) Heat dissipation of the equipment in the relation with the available capacity of the cooling system
integrated into cabinet
b) Temperature and humidity range inside cabinet in the place of the equipment installation, strictly
connected with the cooling system design (location of the cooling devices, air flow paths, etc.)
c) Protection and durability of the equipment against air pollution and salt (protection against corrosion),
this is particularly important for the systems with air ventilation (fans and filters).
d) Protection against mechanical impacts (shocks, vibration, earthquake zones, etc.)
Operation of the additional equipment would be consult with Delta for details

2.2.3 Maintenance
The suitable filter maintenance practice is extremely important to secure proper condition for installed
equipment as well to achieve optimal operating costs.
The following points should be considered while the maintenance program is defined:
a) Filter replacement interval should be adopted to the local condition where the system is installed
b) During first year of the operation user or service responsible persons should place special attention for
filter contamination level and local condition and based on that experience the replacement interval should
be adjusted
c) Only original filter delivered or recommended by Delta would be used for replacement – usage not
original spare parts may cause losing the warranty provided by Delta
d) During each maintenance visits service person should also check if the cabinet air inlet and outlet is not
blocked by any external substances or things (i.e. leaves, papers), It should be cleaned if needed
e) Additionally, the fans operation should checked (abnormal noise, alarming)

Yearly air conditioning maintenance must be done according to manufacturer operation guide.

2.2.4 Third party devices

Delta is not responsible for devices, such as batteries that are not supplied by Delta.

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Delta is not responsible for any danger or damage resulting from devices not supplied by Delta.

2.3 Safety instructions


Warnings, cautions and notes are used to identify important information. They are classified as follows:

Warning! A warning means that injury or death is possible if the information or instructions are not
obeyed.

Caution! A caution means that damage to equipment is possible if the information or instructions
are not obeyed.

Note! Notes are additional information which may be useful to the operator.

RCD device (if exists) must be tested periodically

2.3.1 General instructions

Warning! Hazardous voltages are present within the equipment when a source of electrical power is
applied.
There is the risk of electrical shock from the main power supply and/or batteries.

When working on equipment with power applied, supervision of personnel is required. The supervisor must
be capable of providing first aid in the event of electrical shock. Provision of an emergency switch or
disconnection strap is not sufficient protection.

There is increased risk of accidents and electrical hazards when working on compact equipment due to the
close proximity of components. Operation of compact equipment requires extra attention to safety.

Warning! Protective shields and other safety devices provided with the equipment must be in place
when the equipment is operated.

The power system may have dual energy supply. Hazardous voltages may be present at the main power
connector and within the equipment for up to 10 seconds after disconnecting the power supply. The operator
is responsible for securing the proper precautions for maintenance or service purposes.

During installation and maintenance, protective shields may be temporarily removed. Use suitable insulated
tools and appropriate protective clothing. Handle fuses only with tools provided for this purpose, for example,
load-break switch handles.

Adequate insulation from ground potential (earth) must be provided when working on the equipment.

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Warning! High temperatures present.

Localized areas of high temperature (> 70 °C) may occur within the rectifier/inverter/distributor rack. Take
precautions against accidental burns.

Warning! Moving parts

Devices, such as rectifiers and environmental control for cabinets contain fans. These may also continue to
rotate for some time after the power has been removed.

Warning! Heavy equipment

The weight of the equipment requires suitable safety considerations. Additional personnel or lifting
equipment may be needed. Where required, the weight of equipment is stated on the front of the unit.

Warning! Sharp edges

Equipment racks may have sharp edges. We recommend you to wear gloves.

Caution! Do not restrict air flow. Fit blank panels for empty rectifier slots to ensure correct air
circulation inside the cabinet.

Caution! Use only suitable measuring devices.


Calibrate measuring devices regularly.

2.3.2 Specific instructions

Please observe all warning labels and notifications on the equipment.

Additional warnings, cautions and notes specific to certain equipment and/or conditions are described in the
context of the relevant instructions.

Please read all documentation relevant to the given task.

Where devices, such as batteries, that are not supplied by Delta are used, please read and observe all
safety notices and instructions supplied by the appropriate manufacturer or supplier.

The majority of the metal parts inside cabinet are done from the steel sheets protected against corrosion by
galvanic process already in the steel factory. Because of the cutting process the edges of the sheets
remains not fully covered by protective galvanic layer. That why, after some time, the small signs of the rust
would be observed on the cut edges. This is normal process, the corrosion is limited only for edges and do
not create any danger to destruct the entire parts or systems.

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3 Product description
The products name ODPS 2900B-48-6 2.2V VAC [ATC REV11] LS/MS/HS can be understood as follows:

 ODPS - Outdoor Delta Power System;

 2900B-48-6 - Based on power supply for 2900W-48V rectifier module;

 2.2V – 2200 mm high, ‘Value’ cabinet;

 VAC – Ventilation and Air Conditioning (Hybrid) climate control;

 REV11 – based on revision 11 of specification;

 LS/MS/HS – type of security cage:

 LS – low security;

 MS – medium security;

 HS – high security.

Figure 1. ODPS 2900B-48-6 2.2V VAC [ATC REV11] LS/MS/HS exterior front view

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3.1 Overall view of the cabinet
This shows the mechanical configuration of the cabinet in the hybrid cooling version.

Ventilation Air
outlets

Ventilation Air
inlets

Ventilation Air
outlets

Air conditioning
air intake

Air conditioning
air exhaust

Hybrid Cooling
door

Ventilation Air
inlets

Plinth

Figure 2. OutD 2.2V cabinet front view

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3.2 ODPS 2900B-48-6 2.2V VAC [ATC REV11] LS/MS/HS

3.2.1 Cabinet configuration

The configuration of the cabinet which included medium capacity system is presented below.

SL – Service light

AC/DC distribution panel


Cards: 2xPWM,
2xSSM1, SENSN
PSU
Ventilation Fan1 & Fan2

X40 alarm screw terminals


PE grounding bar

Thermal switch

Air conditioning unit

XAC IN screw terminals

Emergency ventilation Fan3

Plinth

Figure 3. Cabinet inside configuration

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SL – Service light

AC/DC distribution panel


S02 – magnetic switch
S01 – mechanical switch
Cards: 2xPWM, 2xSSM1,
SENSN

X40 alarm screw terminals

PSU

PE grounding bar

Figure 4. Power compartment peripherals

PG gland for antenna cable

A12 – SSM1

A13 – SSM1
A20 – PWM-CTRL1
A21 – PWM-CTRL1

X40 alarm screw terminals

A14 - SENSN

Figure 5. Power compartment peripherals – view from the side

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Thermal switch

XAC IN screw terminals

Plinth

Figure 6. Battery compartment peripherals

3.2.2 DC Power Supply Unit configuration

Cabinet is equipped with CellD 300 EVO2 power supply unit (PSU). In its standard version it is prepared to
work with 6 x 2900W rectifiers. PSU configuration is shown in below images.

Shelves for Battery MCB RMS Priority load MCB Non-Priority load MCB ORION
6 x 2900W BF1…BF6 1F1…1F6 1F7…1F15 controller
rectifiers

Figure 7. Power supply unit, view from front

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Positive LVD PLD Slide rails rear fixing
busbar contactor contactor point

Figure 8. Power supply unit, internal view from top without roof

The main body of the CellD Power supply unit can be released from the 19” adapters by four
M6 screws in the front, and pulled out > 200 mm by sliding rails, to reach the connections inside
when front panel & roof are also removed.

Figure 9. Power supply unit, view from front

Remove the ring marked four M4 screws to remove front panel.

The four marked M6 screws are then removed to release the unit from the slide rails.

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The roof can then also be removed by pulling it towards the front.

3.2.3 AC/DC distribution panel configuration

The system in its standard version is designed to be supplied via three phases (3 x 230 / 400 Vac; L1, L2,
L3, N, PE). AC/DC distribution is located in the upper part of the cabinet. All elements and modules are fixed
on a standard DIN rail and covered by the front panel.

XPE MAIN XN OVP F1…F6 XPE2 SOCKET FAUX FF XDC+

RCCB FAC FDC

Figure 10. AC/DC distribution configuration

XPE – Internal AC screw terminals

MAIN – Main switch

XN - Internal AC screw terminals

OVP – Over voltage protection module

F1…F6 – Rectifiers protection

XPE2 - Internal AC screw terminals

RCCB – Service socket protection

SOCKET – Service socket

FAUX – Service light and auxiliary equipment protection breaker

FAC – Air conditioning unit protection breaker

FF – Fan protection breaker

FDC – DC supply to extended battery cabinet protection breaker

XDC+ - Internal DC screw terminals

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3.3 Climate Control
An integrated climate management system controls the temperature within the cabinet, providing optimal
operating conditions for the equipment and battery. Different cooling/heating units (e.g. air conditioners, heat
exchangers, fans and air filters, heaters) are available. Delta OutD cabinets can also be equipped with an
advanced hybrid cooling system with Air Ventilation and Active Cooling (Air Conditioner).

The power system controller (ORION) is used to control cooling/heating equipment to provide optimal
climatic conditions for the installed equipment and battery by eliminating problems caused by high or low
temperatures, which are normally present in the outdoor environment.

3.3.1 Air Ventilation

Air Ventilation (AV) is the simplest cooling system. It is often used as a basic cooling system for outdoor
application in a non critical temperature climate environment. It is also installed in advanced, hybrid systems
together with Air Conditioners.

With AV systems the cabinet is equipped with a set of Delta fans installed in the front door. They ensure
appropriate airflow for cooling the equipment inside. The fresh air is sucked in through the inlet holes in the
front door and the air then passes through an air filter installed in the internal door surface and passes into
the cabinet interior. Finally, after heating up by internal equipment the air is pushed out via holes in the front
door.

Figure 11. Air Ventilation cooling system

In a more advanced system, fan control is embedded into power system controller ORION. Speed control
mode – the fans operation is controlled by ORION via a PWM-CTRL1 board using pulse width modulation.
The speed of both fans is controlled simultaneously: the control is based on the temperature measured by
temperature sensor (ORION controller) located inside the cabinet in the user space. Six setting points T1,
T2, T3, T4, T5, T6 are used to set the speed in Duty Ratio from 0 % to 20%, 35%, 50 %, 70% and 100 % of
the maximum fan rotation speed. The logic of this temperature control is presented in Figure 12.

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Figure 12. Fan speed control by ORION

3.3.2 Emergency mode

Emergency fan starts working only when temperature inside battery compartment increases above 37 ⁰C.
The principle of operation emergency fan is similar like described in point 3.3.1 Air Ventilation.

Figure 13. Emergency fan cooling system

The fan operation is controlled by thermal switch.

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3.3.3 Active Cooling (Air conditioner)

When temperature inside battery compartment increases above 30 ⁰C, air conditioner is allowed by the own
internal controller to start its operation and cooling.

Figure 14. Active Cooling system

3.3.3.1 A/C unit configuration

The air conditioner of the hybrid cooling version is composed of the following key components: chassis,
cover, controller, heat exchanger, blowers and compressor etc. It is “not” recommended that the user
replace the compressor, evaporator, and the condenser by themselves, it may damage the system and risk
getting injured.

Figure 15. Air conditioning unit key components

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No. QTY Description

1 1 Case Chassis

2 1 Case Cover

3 1 Control Board

4 1 DC Power Board

5 1 Compressor

6 1 Condenser

7 1 Evaporator

8 1 External Fan

9 1 Internal Fan

10 1 Display Board

11 1 Remote Control Board

List of Air conditioning unit key components

3.3.4 Fan alarm

Fan alarm functionality is available (only for Delta Fans EFB 1748) in OutD cabinets. An alarm (stoppage) is
activated on the basis of 0/1 signals (R00) supported by the fan alarm output. This signal is transferred to the
ORION controller (via digital alarm input) and it is signalled by controller alarm LEDs and presented on the
display according to the configuration.

3.3.5 Air conditioner alarm

Air conditioner alarm signal is supported by the air conditioner alarm output. This signal is transferred to the
ORION controller (via digital alarm input) and it is signalled by controller alarm LEDs and presented on the
display according to the configuration.

3.3.6 Climate control setting

Warning! The climate setting applied in the outdoor system ensures the proper operation of the DC
system components and the user equipment installed into the cabinet. If any adjustment to specific
customer requirements is needed please contact authorised service personnel to make the
modification in the proper and safest way.

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4 Installation and commissioning

4.1 Before you begin


Step 1 Ensure that you have all the equipment needed to make a proper installation of the system.

Step 2 Also ensure that grounding terminals and DC distribution are properly available.

Step 3 Take care that the regulations of IEC 60364 and CENELEC HD384 concerning installation and
assembling of telecommunication and electrical equipment have been noticed. The local
regulations and special instructions must also be noticed during the work. When choosing the place
of the installation, please notice that the cooling air must flow without restrictions through the
ventilation holes. The system must have enough space in front of it for operation and service
functions. Recommended space is minimum 1.2 metre from the front cover of the door
(see Figure 16). Notice the direction of the cabling and the required space of the other equipment.
1200

Figure 16. Plinth dimension

4.2 Unpacking the system


Step 4 Check that the received cargo is according to the packing list.

Step 5 Ensure that the cabinet and the equipment are not damaged during transportation. Coating surface
need to be inspected to see if there was damage of the prime coat during shipment. Damaged
places must be touched up prior the application of any other coats. Colour of touch-up paint should
be the same that was used in original production. Before the application of other coats, make sure
any dust, dirt, oil, grease or other foreign materials are removed from the surface of the prime coat
to insure the next coat will adhere properly.

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4.3 Installation

4.3.1 System cabinet installation


Step 6 Check that the foundation is well prepared for the installation (horizontal, level, dimensioning of the
mounting holes or screws).

Figure 17. Plinth dimension

Step 7 If the cabinet has to be lifted into place by a crane, follow the next steps.

Step 8 Connect hang lines (length: minimum 1000 mm) to the four lifting eyes installed in the roof and lift
the cabinet into position by crane.

Figure 18. Lifting the cabinet by crane

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Step 9 Set the system cabinet down, standing it in place and straighten it, if necessary, using aluminium or
stainless steel pads.

Step 10 Bolt the cabinet to the ground using four bolts (M10/50mm). It is necessary to remove the plinth
side covers to get access to the plinth mounting holes if there is no access from the bottom of the
plinth base.

4.3.2 Drainage tube installation


Step 11 Find air conditioner drainage tube.

Drainage tube

Figure 19. Drainage tube installation

Step 12 Push drainage tube elbow inside air conditioner’s drainage tube

Elbow

Figure 20. Drainage tube installation

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Step 13 Push the second part of drainage tube to the installed elbow.

Drainage tube

Figure 21. Drainage tube installation

Step 14 Fix installed drainage tube to the door surface using cable ties.

Cable ties

Figure 22. Drainage tube installation

4.3.3 Cabling

Warning! All circuit breakers must be in the OFF position.

Note! The input/output cables can be inserted into the cabinet from the bottom through the input
sleeve packing in the cabinet plinth. In any case, sufficient cable length has to be ensured to make
the connections inside the cabinet.

4.3.3.1 Grounding
Step 15 Connect the protective-grounding screw located on the rear side of the cabinet plinth to the main
grounding bus bar of the site using the proper cable (16 mm²).

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Figure 23. Grounding screw

Note! In some DC systems installed in the cabinet, the common positive bar (L+) is not connected to
the protecting bar (PE). Check the actual configuration of your DC system. If such a connection is
required according local regulations, the internal cable (minimum 16 mm²) should be installed by a
service professional to connect the positive bar (L+) to the protective-grounding bar PE on the right
side of the cabinet.

4.3.3.2 Internal grounding connections

All necessary groundings are connected to the PE grounding bar like it is shown in picture below.
Unconnected clamps can be used for customer purposes.

PE grounding bar

Figure 24. Grounding bar


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4.3.3.3 AC mains connection

The AC input terminals are located on the lower right internal wall of the cabinet, behind a transparent
snap–on cover (see Figure 25). The system in its standard version is prepared to be supplied via three
phases (L1, L2, L3, N, and PE).

Figure 25. AC input terminals behind a transparent snap–on cover

It is possibility for medium capacity system to supplied via one phase (L, N, PE) after modification connection
of input screw terminals.

Step 16 Remove AC IN terminals cover by unscrewing the 2 screws.

Figure 26. Removing AC IN terminals cover

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Step 17 Use bridges which are added to cabinet to connect grey terminals (L1, L2, L3) together.

Figure 27. Modification AC IN terminals connection to 1 phase supply

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Step 18 Install back the cover.

Figure 28. Install AC IN terminals cover.

Note! Use the wiring diagram supplied with the installation documentation to ensure the AC power
supply has been correctly connected.

Type of system AC mains AC protection AC cable* AC mains


configuration (external) (minimum configuration
cross section)

3L + N + PE 3L + N + PE
3xC40A 5 x 6 mm²
Medium capacity 400/230VAC 400/230VAC
system
1L + N + PE C120A 3 x 35 mm2 1L + N + PE

AC input recommendation

4.3.3.4 Battery connection

12V battery block string installation:

Step 1 Install the string of four battery blocks on their shelves. The gap between battery block is 10 mm.

Figure 29. 12V battery block string

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Step 2 Connect the internal battery connections so that the total nominal voltage of each battery string is
48 V.

Figure 30. Internal battery connections between 12V battery blocks

Step 3 Connect one end of battery cable to the battery breaker BF in the DPS module and other end to the
negative pole of battery string. Also connect second battery cable to the plus pole terminal (0V) in
the DPS module and plus pole of battery string.

Figure 31. Battery cables connection

Li-on battery block installation:

Step 1 Install the Li-on battery block in 19” rack inside battery compartment.

Figure 32. Li-on battery block

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Step 2 Pull the groove to remove the cover from the power terminal compartment.

Figure 33. Removing the cover

Step 3 Measure the voltage at the terminal block using a voltmeter. If the voltage is lower than 42 V, do
not use the battery block.

Figure 34. Measuring battery voltage

Step 4 Connect one end of battery cable to battery breaker BF in the DPS module and other end to the
negative pole of Li-on battery block. Also connect second battery cable to the plus pole terminal
(0V) in the DPS module and plus pole of Li-on battery block.

Figure 35. Battery cables connection

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Note! The battery sensor is fixed to the right front vertical rack 19” in the top part of battery
compartment (see Figure 36).

Battery
sensor Tbat

Figure 36. Location of the battery sensor Tbat.

4.3.3.5 Gas evacuation

Warning! Risk of gas explosion.

If possible, install gas evacuation kit for batteries in outdoor application. Suitable type of battery and gas
evacuation kit should be provided by battery manufacturer.

Step 1 Install the battery gas evacuation kit on the battery blocks.

Figure 37. De-gassing kit example for Enersys V-FT battery ≥ 101 Ah.

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Step 2 Route the exhaust gas tube from batteries through nozzle on the door so that gas emissions are
released into free air outside the cabinet.

Nozzle

Ehaust gas
tube

Figure 38. Routing of de-gassing evacuation tube through the door

4.3.3.6 DC load connections

The DC load is divided into two categories of breakers, PL (Priority Load) & NPL (Non Priority
Load) by the PLD function in ORION.

Step 1 Connect the distribution cables to the DC power supply system. Plus cables are connected to the
positive bus bar (L+) of the system and the negative cables are connected directly to the terminals
of the DC distribution circuit breakers. Cables must be routed through PG glands on the bottom of
battery compartment and through the Multigates on the separation plate between battery and
power compartments. PG glands and Multigates are located on both sides of cabinet.

Cable
tray

Cable

Multigate

Figure 39. DC load connection throw the power compartment

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Cable
tray

Cable

PG gland

Figure 40. DC load connection throw the battery compartment

Fix the cables to top of rear panel

Note that the Priority load breakers marking = 1F1…1F6


Note that Non – Priority load breakers marking = 1F7…1F15

Note! The internal sensor is fixed to the frame of air filter outlet in the power compartment (see
Figure 41).

Internal
sensor Tint

Figure 41. Location of the battery sensor Tint.

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DC load breaker/fuse nominal current DC load wire size Notes

[A] [mm2] [AWG]

≤6 0,75 18

from 6 up to and including 10 1,0 16

from 10 up to and including 16 1,5 14

from 16 up to and including 25 2,5 12

from 25 up to and including 32 4,0 10

from 32 up to and including 40 6,0 8

from 40 up to and including 63 10 6

from 63 up to and including 80 16 4

from 80 up to and including 100 25 2

from 100 up to and including 125 35 1

from 125 up to and including 160 50 0

Recommended DC load wires sizes

0V -48V

Figure 42. DC load connections

4.3.3.7 Signals and Alarm connections

Connect the remote alarm cables to the X40 alarm terminals. The alarms are usually connected so
that the alarm circuit is closed and in a case of a fault the circuit opens. See Figure 43 and Table 4
for information about the alarm connection configuration.

Note! Remote alarms are configured using the ORION I/O assignments in the ORION Configuration
and Supervision Tool menu.

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X40 external alarm
screw terminals

Figure 43. Alarm terminals X40

The standard alarm and signals configuration is presented in Table 4,

Screw Alarm Outputs Alarm description


Terminals X40

1, 2 SSM1 board (A12) OUT1-2,3 UA (Urgent)

3, 4 SSM1 board (A12) OUT2-5,6 NUA (Not Urgent)

5, 6 SSM1 board (A12) OUT3-8,9 Intrusion

7, 8 SSM1 board (A13) OUT1-2,3 Hardware Fail

9, 10 SSM1 board (A13) OUT2-5,6 High Temperature

11, 12 SSM1 board (A13) OUT3-8,9 MCB Fail

13, 14 Orion (A11) OUT1-2,3 OVP Fail

15, 16 Orion (A11) OUT2-2,3 Battery Low Voltage

17, 18 Orion (A11) OUT3-1,2 Battery On Discharge

19, 20 Orion (A11) OUT4-2,3 Battery Alarm

21, 22 Orion (A11) OUT5-2,3 External Generator Fault

23, 24 Orion (A11) OUT6-1,2 Generator Start

25, 26 SSM1 board (A12) IN3, DC+ Mains Active Input

27, 28 SSM1 board (A12) IN4, DC+ Generator Common Alarm Input

29, 30 SSM1 board (A13) IN4, DC+ Battery Alarm Input

Alarm terminal X40- Digital outputs

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4.3.3.8 Antenna cable installation

Step 1 Find antenna’s PG Gland.

Drainage tube

Figure 44. Antenna cable installation

Step 2 Unscrew nut from the PG Gland.

Figure 45. Antenna cable installation

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Step 3 Pass the antenna cable through the gap in the PG Gland.

Figure 46. Antenna cable installation

Step 4 Put the special grommet on the antenna cable. Grommet was added together with cabinet.

Grommet

Figure 47. Antenna cable installation

Step 5 Put grommet inside the gap in the PG Gland.

Grommet

Figure 48. Antenna cable installation

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Step 6 Screw the nut from PG Gland.

Figure 49. Antenna cable installation

4.3.3.9 Completing installation

Fasten all cables to the cabinet cable supports. Arrange all cables in a way that they cannot be
damaged by batteries or sharp edges of metal sheets or other installed equipment.

Reinstall all the covers and panels dismounted for the installation.

Taking the system into use is presented below step by step.

Warning! Protective shields and other safety devices provided with the equipment must be in place
when the equipment is operated.

During installation and maintenance, protective shields may be temporarily removed. Suitable insulated tools
and appropriate protective clothing must be used. Fuses should only be handled using the tools provided for
this purpose, for example, load-break switch handles.

Check that the connections are made according to the installation instructions and the wiring
diagram.

Check that all the converter LEDs indicate “com” and “ok”.

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4.4 Commissioning

4.4.1 Starting up the DC system

Warning! Protective shields and other safety devices provided with the equipment must be in place
when the equipment is operated.

Note! Unused rectifier slots must be covered with designated blank cover panels.

DPR 2900B-48

Step 1 Install the rectifiers to the rectifier shelf of the cabinet starting from the far-left slot and continuing to
the right.

Move the mounting clips to the “locked” position.

Switch ON the AC main power supply to the system

Check that all the rectifiers LEDs indicate “AC ON” or “OK” status.

Note! Save the Orion settings by taking a backup of the setup files

Check the battery polarity by measuring the voltage over the battery circuit breaker.
The voltage should be at most a few volts. If the voltage increases that, the reason for the error
must be checked and solved before the battery breaker is switched on. The reason may be e.g.
wrong polarity of the battery or a single block or a failed battery cell.

Switch ON the corresponding and connected battery circuit breaker(s).

Switch ON the DC distribution circuit breakers connected to the load.

Warning! Voltage values must be set according to the battery manufacturer’s specifications.
Incorrect voltage settings may lead to possible damage to the batteries or danger of explosion.

Caution! Ensure that the equipment settings conform to the specifications for the system
configuration. Incorrect settings may lead to system malfunction or damage.
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Caution! Alarm limit values (trigger thresholds) must be set correctly. Incorrect settings may trigger
false alarms and cause rectifier/inverter modules switch off.

4.4.2 Controller calibration

The system controller is pre-calibrated (including rectifiers) by Delta Energy Systems. Calibration is not
needed unless changes have been made to the controller hardware or the controller display is different from
the measurements made with calibrated test equipment during maintenance.

Controller calibration should be performed if the actual measured value differs more than ± 0.1 Volts from the
value indicated by the controller.

If the measured actual value is within ± 0.1 Volts of the value indicated by the controller, go to Step 9.

Calibrate the controller system voltage according to the following instructions.

Measure the system voltage between the positive bus bar and negative terminal on the DC output
circuit breaker.

Check the value “Usys” from the display.

Note! The default factory setting for output voltage is always 53.5 V.

Login to the ORION Configuration and Supervision Tool.

Go to menu: Configuration → Measurements.

To open the “Usys” analogue measurement dialogue, click “Edit”.

Click on the “Calibrate” button for the “Usys” Analogue measurement.

In the Calibration dialogue, enter the actual measured value and click “Calibrate”.

Logout from the ORION Configuration and Supervision Tool.

Check the battery polarity by measuring the voltage over the battery circuit breaker.

The voltage should be at most a few volts. If the voltage increases, the battery polarity is not
correct and must be changed by switching the “+” and “-” cables connected to the batteries.

Switch on the battery circuit breaker(s).

Switch on the DC distribution circuit breakers connected to the load.

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4.4.3 Testing the rectifiers

The following must be done with a suitable DC load.

This is to test that the rectifiers can deliver power. The method is to first discharge the batteries for a while
and then recharge them. The controller carries out the procedure which decreases the rectifier voltages
below the discharging voltage of the batteries. As a result, in the case of battery failure, the system will not
fail.

Step 1 Log in to the ORION Configuration and Supervision Tool.

Go to Configuration → Battery → Battery Test and click “Start”.

The discharge process takes approximately 15 minutes.

To stop the battery test from the controller, click “Stop” and exit the controller Web user interface.
The rectifiers will recharge the battery.

4.4.4 Testing the control and alarm system

Warning! Voltage values must be set according to the battery manufacturer’s specifications.
Incorrect voltage settings may lead to possible damage to the batteries or danger of explosion.

Caution! Ensure that the equipment settings conform to the specifications for the system
configuration. Incorrect settings may lead to system malfunction or damage.

Caution! Alarm limit values (trigger thresholds) must be set correctly. Incorrect settings may trigger
false alarms and cause rectifier/inverter modules to switch off.

4.4.4.1 Confirming the configuration

Values are all pre-set at the factory and should not be changed without a proper reason.

Check the configuration either from the ORION Configuration and Supervision Tool or from the UIM/UIL
display. The web user interface is protected against unauthorized access by username and password.

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Step 1 Login to the ORION Configuration and Supervision Tool.

Confirm the following settings

Settings Web user interface UIM/UIL

Alarm limits Configuration > Signal Processing CONFIGURATION > EVENT >
Engine > Event Definitions THRESHOLDS

Power Limitation Configuration > Rectifier > Power CONFIGURATION >


by Event Limitation by Event RECTIFIER > POWER
LIMITATION BY EVENT

System voltage Configuration > Battery > Float Charge CONFIGURATION > BATTERY
> FLOAT

Temperature Configuration > Battery > Temperature CONFIGURATION > BATTERY


Compensation compensation > TEMP. COMP

Battery Test Configuration > Battery > Battery Test CONFIGURATION > BATTERY
> BATTERY TEST

Equalize Configuration > Battery > Equalize CONFIGURATION > BATTERY


> EQUALIZE

Event controlled Configuration > Battery > Event CONFIGURATION > BATTERY
charge controlled charge > EVENT CONTROLLED
CHARGE

Confirming the configuration

4.4.4.2 Testing the alarms

The operation of the alarm relays and LEDs can be checked in the ORION Configuration and Supervision
Tool.

Step 1 Go to Alarm → Maintenance.

The Alarm Maintenance dialogue allows manipulation of alarms for maintenance and testing purposes.

An alarm set to the “Frozen”, “Set” or “Reset” state does not react on the source event as defined in the
event conditions, but stays in the current position in case of “Frozen”, or changes to “Active” in case of “Set”,
or changes to “OK” in case of “Reset”.

4.4.4.3 Checking the fuse monitoring


Step 1 Switch ON all the battery circuit breakers and the DC distribution MCBs which have loads
connected.

Switch the first load and battery circuit breaker to OFF.

Ensure the alarms are indicated as configured.

Switch the circuit breaker to ON.

Repeat Step 1 to Step 4 for all load and battery circuit breakers.

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Note! When testing the battery fuse alarm, it may take a few minutes until the battery voltage
decreases sufficiently (>300 mV).
The active alarm can be read from the UIM/UIL display: go to “3.1 ALARM”.

4.4.4.4 Testing the rectifier and mains failure alarms

Test the rectifier failure alarm by removing the rectifiers one by one from the system and check the following:

Check the battery current from the display:

Step 1 Removing 1 rectifier + battery current (Ibatt) positive -> Non-Urgent Alarm

Removing 2 rectifiers or more (not all) + battery current (Ibatt) negative (battery is discharging)
-> Urgent Alarm

Removing all rectifiers: load current (Iload) equals battery current (Ibatt)
-> Mains Failure

The active alarm can be read from the display menu “2.1 ALARM”.

Note! During the test Usys Low and Usys High alarms may occur, which should be omitted at this
stage.
If there is no load connected to the system, no module alarm will occur. The additional module alarm
(RF) does not light up any LEDs on the controller. The alarm can be seen in the menu display, and it
is also seen in a remote location. It can be measured in the alarm cable (see alarm connections).

Reconnect all rectifiers.

Note! If there are no load and batteries connected to the system, no mains failure alarm will occur.

Note! After testing, put all system covers back in their correct places.

4.4.5 Checking the Air Ventilation system in the power compartment

Testing the fans controlled by ORION controller is described in the following procedure:

Step 1 Heat up the Orion temperature sensor Tint by external heater to start the fans when the
temperature is above the limit T1.
Step 2 Continue heating up the sensor Tint and observe the increase in the fans rotation up to the limit T3.
Step 3 To test turning OFF the fans, you can also freeze the temperature sensors Tint using a special
aerosol (compressed air).

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4.4.6 Checking the emergency fan in the battery compartment

Testing the emergency fan controlled by thermal switch TS1 is described in the following procedure:

Step 1 Turn the knob of the thermal switch TS1 to the right to 0 °C – after that the emergency fan should
start.
Step 2 After the test, set the thermal switch TS1 to the standard setting 37 °C.

4.4.7 Checking the air conditioner

Testing the air conditioner controlled by itself internal controller is described in the following procedure:

Step 1 Heat up the air conditioner’s internal temperature sensor by external heater to start the air
conditioner when the temperature is above 30ºC.
Step 2 To test turning OFF the air conditioner close the door and wait for the compartment to get cold
enough to turn off the air conditioner.

4.5 PV Chargers
Photo Voltaic (PV) Charger is a DC/DC power converter. It transforms solar energy from solar panels and
feed the DC power system. Thus the solar energy is used to charge batteries and supply the loads. PV
chargers also act as a sophisticated parameter control units for PV panels, ensuring the most optimal energy
generation within different external conditions.

Delta PVC 2200B is highly efficient solar charger. The PVC 2200B together with DPR2900B shares the
same physical format and can be used with Delta CellD power systems.

Caution! As physical format of PVC 2200B and DPR2900B is the same be careful to set them to
proper slots. Photo Voltaic Charger will only work with DC input voltage. It won’t work when input
voltage is not correct.

Figure 50. Delta PVC 2200B charger

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DC supplied
equipment

Converter system
(opt.)
Solar charger
system AC supplied
Controller equipment

Inverter system (opt.)


AC DC supplied
utility equipment

Rectifier
system

Figure 51. Hybrid powering with AC grid, genset and photovoltaic energy sources

Further information about solar panels:


 Each of the PV chargers is fed from separate solar panel string.
 Each charger PVC 2200B is mounted in dedicated CellD converter socket.
 The PVC 2200B has a wide range of input DC voltage and a nominal output voltage of 52V DC.
 Each PV charger is management and supervised by the system ORION controller.

LED indicators:
 LED “OK” converter status indicator LED is lit if the converter works properly. Indicator is turned OFF
or blinks if the converter has got a failure or works in special mode.
 LED “NL” output current indicator LED is turned OFF if the converter is loaded normally (5 - 100 %).
LED is lit yellow or blinks if the converter is not loaded or if it is overloaded.
 LED “COM” status of the communication with ORION controller LED is lit green if the converter
communicates with the ORION controller via IMBUS properly. LED is turned OFF or blinks if the
communication is not working properly or if the converter works in special mode.
 “CONFIG” button for the special functions that require user interaction with the converter (i.e. reset to
default settings).

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5 Controller – quick guide

5.1 General information


This section provides only basic information sufficient for proper operation of the ORION and controller and
the power supply system. The controller has been programmed and tested in the factory or on site during
installation and in principle does not require any configuring.

If you need to modify controller parameters or functions, please contact Delta service for information and
assistance.

Full operation and configuration manual is to be found in a separate document package prepared by Delta.
Please contact Delta for more information.

5.2 Controller features


ORION is an advanced power supply systems’ controller, ensuring communication between power supply
equipment and user. ORION also features alarm monitoring with local and remote display.

Key ORION features include:

 Visualization of system parameters and status


 Alarming in emergency situations
 System voltage stabilization and temperature compensation (float charge)
 Boost charge control
 Trickle charge control
 Battery tests
 Battery charge current limiting
 Deep battery discharge protection
 Supervision of extended devices (alarms)
 Remote monitoring
 Event logging

Power systems may operate without controller. This is crucial during maintenance works, such as controller
replacement or shutdown. Its failure does not interrupt power system operation.

5.3 Controller overview


ORION controller is a modular device. Its core is the main module.

Figure 52. ORION controller

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The module features an LCD display, status LEDs and keypad with four keys providing local user interface.
The front panel of ORION controller also features a LAN socket enabling the connection of the controller
directly to a computer or a local network (LAN), and a USB port.

The main module is plug-and-play compatible. The module is equipped with a central signal connector
enabling easy connection with the backplane, which collects all information and signals from the power
system. Connectors available on the backplane are presented in the table below.

UBAT Direct battery supply of the ORION controller

USYS -, USYS + Primary supply of the ORION controller

SH1... SH3 Input for shunt measurements (current), fuse supervision

LVD Direct control of LVD contactor (RGR)

TEMP Temperature measurement input

UM 4 battery voltage symmetry measurement inputs

IN 4 digital inputs

OC Open collector digital outputs

SERIAL Serial modem or RS 485 port

IMBUS connectors for rectifiers: flat non-powered cable and 6-pole non-powered
RECT / Rect
RJ Teljack

IMBUS IMBUS connector (powered)

SENSN Shunt current measurement bus

OUT1…6 6 alarm output relays

All connections use snap connectors with RJ telephone or clamp plugs.

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5.3.1 Controller user interface

Local user interface is used to monitor system operation. It also enables the user to configure basic system
parameters and functions.

Ethernet connector LCD display 128 x 64


Urgent alarm (UA) LED
Non-urgent alarm (NUA) LED

Alarm disable LED


Mains failure alarm LED

Warning, refer to manual

USB port
Locking mechanism Key pad

Figure 53. ORION controller local interface

Function keys

• commit function
• change parameter
• confirm changes
• menu level down
• exit menu
• stop data entry
• menu level up
• move cursor
• move to new menu
• move to new menu options
• decrease value
• increase value

Password protection

Menu items enabling modification of operation mode or parameters of the power system are password-
protected. Entering the menus requires entering a password (defined as a specific combination of function
keys). The password may be modified during configuration by Delta service personnel.

Default (factory) password

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Main/start screen

Default screen displayed by the controller after approximately 3 minutes after last operation is ended. The
screen graphically presents basic system parameters.

Figure 54. ORION main screen

5.3.2 Controller menu structure

All information and messages provided to the user are presented in the hierarchical menu. Particular items in
the main menu contain submenus which may contain detailed messages.

To enter the main menu, press “Enter” when the main screen is displayed.

The figures below present the main menu items in ORION controller.

Figure 55. ORION main menu

Note! Certain menu items in ORION main menu are subject to hardware system configuration
(hidden if inactive).

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5.3.3 Basic operation using local user interface

5.3.3.1 System status

All system status information is presented in the STATUS menu. The figure below presents selected key
parameters:

Active alarm information is presented in the ALARM menu.

Figure 56. Alarm menu for (Menu for ORION is equal, but without numbering)

The user may stop alarm signaling in line with pre-set configuration parameters (Alarm Stop item).

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5.3.3.2 Battery voltage check

Proper battery operation conditions are key parameters configured during system installation. The user may
verify basic voltage parameters in the CONFIGURATION > BATTERY menu.

Figure 57. Battery voltage check for ORION

5.3.3.3 Time and date settings

The controller is equipped with a real time clock independent from the unit’s status. The clock is powered
from a capacitor. After prolonged shutdown the time and date should be verified and updated in the
controller’s menu or configuration software.

Figure 58. Time & date settings for ORION

5.3.4 Basic operation using a PC

The controller may be operated and configured using a PC. This is the most user-friendly and recommended
method for communication with the controller.

A PC may be connected to controller through Ethernet port. The LAN (RJ45) socket on the front plate is
used.

The controller Ethernet port supports two operation modes: static and dynamic. In static mode the network
parameters are set manually both in computer and in controller. In dynamic mode, IP address and subnet
mask are automatically set according to RFC 3927 (Zeroconf).

5.3.4.1 Connecting a computer with DHCP enabled

Use this procedure to connect a computer directly to the Ethernet (LAN) interface of ORION.

Make sure that the DHCP is enabled in the computer.

Step 2 Enable the Automatic mode in ORION in the NET CONFIG → MODE menu.
[ : 5. GENERAL → 5.4 TCP/IP → 5.4.1 DHCP → Server]

Step 3 Connect the computer to ORION with an Ethernet cable.

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Step 4 Wait for a while and let ORION and computer negotiate the network parameters. This can take up to
one minute.

Step 5 Open an internet browser.

Step 6 In the address bar of the internet browser, enter the IP address which is shown in the
NET CONFIG → IP ADDRESS MENU.

Note! The default IP address that is normally given by the factory is http://192.168.100.100.

Note! If the displayed IP address is 169.254.113.000, enter the address in the browser without the
leading zeros as follows: 169.254.113.0.

Note! If the browser cannot connect to ORION, check the proxy server setting in the browser
options. A proxy must not be used.

Step 7 When the ORION configuration and supervision tool login page loads, enter the username
(“monitor”) and password (“orion”) and click “Submit”.

Note! The “monitor” user profile enables readout of ORION status and parameters. To access a
profile enabling modification of configuration parameters, contact Delta authorized service provider
or system administrator.

Step 8 The web interface is now open and displays a welcome page. It is possible to navigate through
ORION using the menu tree on the left-hand side of the screen.

Step 9 Click “Logout” when you are ready.

5.3.4.2 Connecting a computer with fixed IP

Use this procedure to set the ORION IP address manually to enable communication with computer. The
computer IP address must be known.

Step 1 Enable the Manual mode in ORION in the NET CONFIG → MODE menu.

Step 2 Set the ORION IP address in the NET CONFIG → IP ADDRESS menu using the local interface to
the same network area as the computer. Only the numbers in the last section of the IP address may
vary.

Example: The computer IP address is 170.20.110.101. The ORION IP address can therefore be, for
example, 170.20.110.102.

Step 3 Set the ORION subnet mask in the NET CONFIG → SUBNET MASK menu to 255.255.255.0

Step 4 Connect the computer to ORION with an Ethernet cable.

Step 5 Open an internet browser and connect to the defined ORION IP address.

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Note! If the IP address contains a zero or zeroes after a period, remove the zeros; for example:
010.120.177.031 → 10.120.177.31.

Note! If the browser cannot connect to ORION, check the proxy server setting in the browser
options. A proxy must not be used.

Step 6 When the ORION configuration and supervision tool login page loads, enter the username
(“monitor”) and password (“orion”) and click “Submit”.

Note! The “monitor” user profile enables readout of ORION status and parameters. To access a
profile enabling modification of configuration parameters, contact Delta authorized service provider
or system administrator.

Step 7 The web interface is now open and displays a welcome page. It is possible to navigate through
ORION using the menu tree on the left-hand side of the screen.

Step 8 Click “Logout” when you are ready.

5.3.4.3 ORION operation and configuration software

ORION features a WEB server providing a user-friendly interface and operation/configuration tool that may
be launched on any PC with a standard web browser. The ORION WEB server is supported by typical web
browsers available on the market (e.g. Internet Explorer, Mozilla, Google Chrome, etc.).

Figure 59. Login page

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Below presented is the main screen, visible after successful login.

Figure 60. ORION operation and configuration software – main screen

5.3.4.4 Checking the correct configuration

Step 1 Go to: CONFIGURATION → SYSTEM → CONFIGURATION MANAGER.

Step 2 Check that the suitable file for used application is ‘synchronized’

Figure 61. Configuration file alternatives

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5.3.5 UIM / UIL keys

Press the ENTER key to:

 activate functions
 change parameters
 confirm changes
 move the control one level down on the menu tree

Press the EXIT key to:

 exit a menu
 break an input
 move the control one level up on the menu tree

Press the arrow buttons to:

 move the cursor


 get a new menu
 get new menu options
 decrease a parameter value
 increase a parameter value

Default password

The default password is the following key sequence:

arrow up – arrow up – arrow down – EXIT – EXIT – ENTER

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5.3.6 Changing parameters

Choose the submenu or parameter to be changed by pressing of the ENTER key and change the value
using up/down arrow keys and confirm by pressing ENTER key.

Example:

Defining rectifier functions

This menu is used when the number of configured rectifiers shall be changed, for example if another rectifier
is added, or to change number of failed rectifiers for activating of an alarm

From the main menu select:

CONFIGURATION RECTIFIER SETUP

From the Setup menu select RM NUMBER (define correct number of rectifiers).

SETUP RM NUMBER Number: 3

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6 Maintenance

6.1 Rectifier user interface (DPR 2900B-48)


DPR 2900B-48 LED “OK” – rectifier status indicator
LED is lit if the rectifier works properly.
Indicator is turned OFF or blinks if the
rectifier has got a failure or works in special
mode (see troubleshooting instructions).

LED “NL” – output current indicator


LED is turned OFF if the rectifier is loaded
normally (5 - 100 %).
LED is lit yellow or blinks if the rectifier is not
loaded or if it is overloaded.

LED “COM” – status of the communication


with ORION controller
LED is lit green if the rectifier communicates
with the ORION controller via IMBUS
properly.
LED is turned OFF or blinks if the
communication is not working properly or if
the rectifier works in special mode (see
troubleshooting instructions).

“Config” – button for the special rectifiers


configuration into systems
(i.e. reset to default setting)

6.2 Replacing rectifier in a running system


Delta rectifiers are hot-pluggable in operation. No special actions are needed related to switching OFF/ON
the rectifiers during replacement. To replace the rectifiers please do the following:

Unlock the mounting clips of the rectifiers to be replaced. Refer to the adequate pictures in the
section 6.1 “Rectifier user interface”.

Pull the rectifiers using handles, and remove the rectifier modules from the shelf.

Place the new rectifiers into their rack position according to the commissioning instructions.

Check the system (controller) for alarms.

6.3 Testing the air ventilation system in power compartment


Testing the fans controlled by ORION controller is described in the following procedure:

Step 1 Heat up the Orion temperature sensor Tint by external heater to start the fans when the
temperature is above the limit T1.

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Step 2 Continue heating up the sensor Tint and observe the increase in the fans rotation up to the limit T3.
Step 3 To test turning OFF the fans, you can also freeze the temperature sensors Tint using a special
aerosol (compressed air).

6.4 Testing the emergency fan


Testing the emergency fan controlled by thermal switch TS1 is described in the following procedure:

Step 1 Turn the knob of the thermal switch TS1 to the right to 0 °C – after that the emergency fan should
start.
Step 2 After the test, set the thermal switch TS1 to the standard setting 37 °C.

6.5 Testing the air conditioner


Testing the air conditioner controlled by itself internal controller is described in the following procedure:

Step 1 Heat up the air conditioner’s internal temperature sensor by external heater to start the air
conditioner when the temperature is above 30ºC.
Step 2 To test turning OFF the air conditioner close the door and wait for the compartment to get cold
enough to turn off the air conditioner.

6.6 Replacing the air filer


The inlet air filter enclosure is mounted in the inner side of the door.

Filter type and class Air filter housing, class M5


Dimensions 450 x 200 x 48 mm
Quantity 3 pieces
Replacement frequency Once per year (in normal conditions)

Note! In areas with increased level of air pollution it is recommended to replace the air
filter more frequently.

6.6.1 Replacing air filter in power compartment


Turn off power to DC fans by switching off the FF circuit breaker.

Plug off the fan connector.

Unscrew the grounding cable from grounding point on filter enclosure.

Remove all nuts that fix the filter enclosure from inside of door.

Replace the filter cartridge. Be aware of airflow direction arrow pointing inwards.

Install back the filter enclosure.

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Screw the grounding cable to the grounding point on filter enclose.

Plug on the fan connectors.

Turn on power to DC fans by switching on the FF circuit breaker.

Nuts

Grounding point

Nut

Filter
enclosure

Filter cardrige

Figure 62. Replacing the air filter in the power compartment


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6.6.2 Replacing air filter in battery compartment
Remove all nuts that fix the air conditioner door deflector from inside of door.

Replace air filter according to steps from 1 to 9 from paragraph 7.6.1 Replacing air filter in power
compartment.

Install back the air conditioner door deflector.

Nuts

Deflector

Filter
enclosure

Filter cardrige

Figure 63. Replacing the air filter in the battery compartment

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6.7 Replacing the fan in the power compartment
Turn off power to DC fans by switching off the FF circuit breaker.

Plug off the fan connector.

Remove the connector from the cable of the fan that is being replaced. Before taking off the
connector, write down the correct wire sequence.

Remove the fan by unscrewing the 4 screws.

Figure 64. Fan replacement in the power compartment

Install a new fan and ensure that the fan grill is also fastened with the same screws.

Connect the wires to the connector that was removed from the previous one. Pay attention to the
correct wire sequence. You may also check the correct sequence form the other fan that still has
not been replaced.

Connect the fan connector into the slot where it was connected before. Organize the wires with
cable ties.

Plug on the fan connector.

Switch back on the fan circuit breaker FF.

Check that the fans are working by simulating different temperatures to Tint temperature sensor.

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6.8 Replacing the emergency fan
Replace the emergency fan according to steps 1 to 9 from paragraph 7.7 Replacing fan from power
compartment.

Check that the emergency fan is working by turning the knob of the thermal switch TS1 to the right
to 0ºC – after that emergency fan should start.

After the test, set the thermal switch TS1 to the standard setting 37ºC.

6.9 Replacing the air conditioner


Remove all nuts that fix the air conditioner door deflector from inside of door.

Nuts

Figure 65. Plug out alarm connections

Switch off the air conditioner circuit breaker FAC.

Plug out cable connector DB9 (alarm connections) from the air conditioner.

Alarms connector

Figure 66. Plug out alarm connections

Plug out DC power supply connector from the air conditioner.

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Supply connector

Figure 67. Plug out DC power supply

Unscrew the grounding cable from the grounding point on the air conditioner cover.

Remove all nuts that fix the air conditioner enclosure from inside of door.

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Air conditioner

Mounting ns

Figure 68. Air conditioner replacement

Install a new air conditioner and fix it with the same screws.

Connect grounding cable to the grounding point on the air conditioner cover.

Plug in cable connector DB9 (alarm connections) to the air conditioner (opposite action to
described in step 3).

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Plug in DC power supply connector to the air conditioner (opposite action to described in step 4).

Install back the air conditioner door deflector (opposite action to described in step 1).

Switch on the air conditioner circuit breaker FAC.

Check the air conditioner is working by simulating temperature above 30ºC in the battery
compartment.

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7 Contacting Delta customer service
If an alarm or specific problem cannot be resolved, please contact your nearest Delta office or Delta
representative for further assistance. Please have the system type and serial number ready before
contacting Delta.

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8 Technical specification – Medium Capacity System

1. Input 3. General
3L + N + PE / 1ph bridge Height, overall 2198 mm
AC connection
incl.
Width, body 867 mm
Nominal voltage 3 x 230VRMS
Depth, body 870 mm
Voltage range 80 – 300VRMS
Weight, system 465 kg (NETTO)
Frequency range 45 – 66Hz
Rectifier efficiency 96 %
Current max. / phase 40A (3ph) / 120A (1ph)
Ambient temperature -33°C to + 40°C
Mains terminal/cable Terminals block (3-ph)
ETSI EN 300 019-1-4 Class 4.1
AC OVP (SPD) PHOENIX type II
Relative humidity 95 % max, non cond.
Safety IEC/EN 60950
2. Output
EMC EN 300 386
Voltage range 42 – 58VDC; 54VDC nom
Protection IP 55 door closed
Power, nominal 17400W
Controller Orion
Output current (max.) 250A (N + 1 redundancy)
Rectifier unit DPR 2900B-48 EnergE
Priority load
1 x 63A
1 x 32A 4. Order information
1 x 16A
ODPS 2900-48-6 2.2V VAC
1 x 10A 3799994900
Load breakers [ATC REV11] HS
1 x 6A
Non priority load
4 x 125A
2 x 63A
2 x 32A
Battery breakers 6 x 63A 1P
LVD (battery) 250 A

PLD 250 A

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