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Systems

DC-Power-Supply

Boost
Battery test
Battery test negative
Rectifier failure
Mains failure
Fault U < 2,1 V/C
Battery disch. U < 1,9 V/C
LVD tripped
Battery fuse tripped
Load fuse tripped
Battery fault
(reserve)

Power System
Manager MCU

LED test/reset

Float
Boost
Battery test
Battery test negative
Rectifier failure
Mains failure
Fault U < 2,1 V/C
Battery disch. U < 1,9 V/C

for telecom & industrial applications

LVD tripped
Battery fuse tripped
Load fuse tripped
Battery fault
(reserve)

LED test/reset

DC-Power-Supply

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MCU Power Supply Manager


for Telecom & Industry
Power Supply manager MCU
Power supply manager MCU 500, 1000 and 2000+ are
microprocessor-based units to supervise and monitor power
systems for telecom and industrial applications.
The MCU versions can be used with all rectifier modules from
BENNING and can also be adapted to other rectifier modules.
The MCUs complies with all important requirements of
different operators and gives a full overview of the system
status. The MCU can also monitor other external operator
equipment via digital inputs, such as fire alarms and air conditioning equipment. The MCUs provides comprehensive

supervision functions and controls BENNING rectifier


modules. Alarm settings can be changed via the keypad and
all errors are readable either from the LCD display or from a
locally connected laptop on the RS 232 interface. This POWER
SUPPLY MANAGER reduces the running costs by transmitting
all the information via a telephone modem or 10 BaseT
Ethernet-network to the operators control centre.

Float

DC-Power-Supply

Boost
Battery test
Battery test negative
Rectifier failure
Mains failure
Fault U < 2,1 V/C
Battery disch. U < 1,9 V/C
LVD tripped
Battery fuse tripped
Load fuse tripped
Battery fault
(reserve)

LED test/reset

19 rack, MCU 1000

Front panel MCU 500, MCU 1000

Functions:
System voltage and load current monitoring

User / communication interfaces:

Spare input for current or temperature


Automatic battery discharge test
Individual control of 24 rectifiers, expandable to 62
(for MCU500 common control)
Control of LVD (low voltage disconnect contactor)
Control and monitoring of external devices
Non volatile memory storage of alarms/events
Battery temperature compensation
(controlled either by MCU or rectifiers itself)

RS 232 interface for local computer or modem connection


RS485 for internal system communication (not MCU 500)
Optional internal DC powered modem
Optional internal DC powered Ethernet adapter
(see remote monitoring)
Windows based monitoring and service software
Three volt free contacts
(MCU1000 and 2000+ expandable to eleven)
Eight digital inputs (MCU 2000+ expandable to 32)

Alarm reporting interfaces:


Local reporting via 17 LEDs and text on front panel
Locally via volt free contacts
Locally via PC connection and with TEBE MCUMONITOR
windows software
Remotely automatic call back function
Remotely by Benning TEBE MCU MONITOR software
or internet browser

Float
Boost
Battery test
Battery test negative
Rectifier failure
Mains failure
Fault U < 2,1 V/C
Battery disch. U < 1,9 V/C
LVD tripped
Battery fuse tripped
Load fuse tripped
Battery fault
(reserve)

LED test/reset

Front panel MCU 2000+

DC-Power-Supply

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Energy Management
to Lower your Costs
Battery discharge Management:
Battery discharge management can be carried out either
manually (locally or remotely) or automatically with a customer adjustable duration and interval. The MCU controller sets
the rectifier output voltage to 1,8 V/c either via the RS485
bus (if rectifiers with interface card are used) or via an
additional relay (if rectifiers without interface card). They are
not switched off.

The battery voltage is higher than 1,8 V/c, therefore the load
is discharging the batteries. The battery test mode will be
stopped either by a preset time or if the battery voltage
reaches an adjustable limit. If the voltage reaches this limit,
the MCU will indicate automatically battery not OK this
alarm will not clear until a new battery test is finished
successfully. A report is automatically sent via modem or
Ethernet network.

General specification
Nominal system voltages
Accuracy of voltage measurements
Nominal system currents
Accuracy of current measurements
User definable alarms / protection thresholds
Supply voltage / supply power
analogue inputs

Rectifier modules

Alarm relays
Spare relay

Digital inputs

RS 232 interface

RS 485 interface
Keypad
Mode of operations

18 V 75 V; 75 V 270 V DC
1,0 %
0 A to 9999 A
1,0 %
yes
18 V 75 V; 75 V 270 V DC / 25 W connections
1 x DC voltage, 1 x DC current,
1 x DC current or temperature (two versions)
MCU 2000 additionally up to 15 analogues inputs (option)
max. 24 rectifier modules with interface card
(only MCU1000 and MCU 2000+)
or endless standard rectifier modules
2 alarm relays with potential free change over contact to
connect operator alarm signalling equipment
1 relay with potential free change over,
used for battery test activation or common alarm
MCU 2000+ additionally up to 8 relays
for single indications (option)
8 inputs for fuse blown alarm or external operator equipment,
like air-conditions, fire alarm or generator alarm
MCU 2000+ additionally 24 digital inputs (option)
2 x RS 232, (MCU500 only 1)
1 x for remote monitoring,
1 x for local laptop connection
1 x for connection of BENNING rectifiers
(not MCU500)
4 keys (MCU 500 + 1000)
3 keys and dig potentiometer (MCU 2000+)
menu controlled

power supply system


with MCU 500
and MCU 2000+

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Different MCU Versions


for Specialised Use
Comparison of the different MCU versions:
Features

MCU 500
Rectifier without
interface

MCU 1000
Rectifier without
interface

MCU 1000
Rectifier
with interface

MCU 2000+
Rectifier
with interface

Basic measurements
Basic monitoring
13 LEDs for local indication
Status LED (operation, battery
operation, urgent alarm,
non urgent alarm)
5 digit display
Alphanumeric display
with plain indication
3 analogues inputs (U,I,T) or (U,I,I)
8 digital inputs *
User definable alarms /
protection thresholds
Memory for last 10 complete reports
Call back function
Modem connectable (not included)
Test operation of relays
Critical functions protected
by password
Voltage free relay contacts
RS 232 interface
RS 485 interface
Real time clock
Additional measurements
Individual rectifier control
and monitoring
Time and voltage
based battery test
Automatic boost
charging control
Battery temperature compensated
float charging voltage
Up to 8 additional relays
Up to 15 add. analogues inputs
Up to 24 digital inputs *
Battery test for a second
independent battery string
Memory for last 200 events
Windows based software

3
1

3
2
1

3
2
1

3
2
1

*User configurable inputs to monitor external equipment for example: battery symmetry monitoring, air condition relay, generator, security
Standard
Optional
not available

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MCU an Interface
for Telecom & Industry
Remote Monitoring Features
Via the RS232 interface on the MCU the system can be remotely monitored. The MCU has an automatic call back function.
In alarm conditions, the MCU sends a complete protocol
(analogue values and alarms) to a central control station. This
remote monitoring can be achieved via different IT solutions:
The most common method used today is to connect the
MCU via a telephone modem to the control station. For this
application analogue- and GSM AT-modems are used.

Additional measurement:

individual rectifier current


total rectifier current
total battery current
battery temperature

monitor display and service display

Basic measurements:
load current
load voltage
additional current or temperature

Basic monitoring:

high voltage
low voltage
battery fuse
mains
rectifiers

System reliability:
MCU is not used to control the modules, therefore all of the
rectifiers continue operating at their own present values if the
MCU fails. In this case MCU will raise an alarm.
BLT 1200, MCU 2000+

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Worldwide Online to supervise


BENNING Energy Systems
Using network-technologies
Today more and more network-technologies are used,
and availability is usually defined by the customers telecom
network. Benning has developed an embedded PC-system as
an interface between the MCU and an Ethernet network.

Using this system the


following functions
are available:

http://service.benning.de:12178

Modem
ISDN

HTTP-Webserver with different


languages (see example on
http:\\service.benning.de:12177)
FTP-fileserver

ISP

Telnet Server

Internet
Service Provider

SMTP-Mail-Client
Customer internal TCP/IP network
server
SNMP monitoring
Internet Router

(standardised MIB*)

*available 08.2002

Server

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Worldwide available Using


Internet Technology
The HTTP-Webserver

The Telnet-Server

allows the user to monitor the system with a normal Internet


browser. No special software is necessary. The MCU
Webserver is able to support different languages and service
people from different countries can have a look into the site
worldwide.

allows easy maintenance on the embedded system such as


a control centre.

SNMP monitoring
The FTP-Fileserver
allows the user to carry out remote updates from the server
over the user network

The information sent over the network uses a MIB, this MIB
will be translated with software like HP Open View.
BENNING is using a standardised MIB (will be available as
an RFC).

Internal TCP/IP-Network-Server
allows together with the Benning TEBE-MCU Monitor.net
software to monitor the sites via a TCP/IP network.
This combination monitors and shows the protocol similar to
the standard Benning Monitor software just by adding
Server-IP-Addresses, Server-port and Server host names.

SMTP-Mail-Client
is sending automatically e-mails to different addresses in
case of receiving a new protocol of the MCU. These e-mails
include four files, three are .html- files, which can be read
with an Internet browser, and the normal MCU file which can
be read only with the Benning Service or Monitor software.

Customer Intranet

MCU

LAN

500, 1000, 2000+

Float
Boost
Battery test
Battery test negative
Rectifier failure
Mains failure
Fault U < 2,1 V/C
Battery disch. U < 1,9 V/C
LVD tripped
Battery fuse tripped
Load fuse tripped
Battery fault
(reserve)

DC-Power-Supply

LED test/reset

Float
Boost
Battery test
Battery test negative
Rectifier failure
Mains failure
Fault U < 2,1 V/C
Battery disch. U < 1,9 V/C
LVD tripped
Battery fuse tripped
Load fuse tripped
Battery fault
(reserve)

LED test/reset

Device 1
Device 2
Device 3

DC-Power-Supply

Power Supply
System

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www.benning.de

Russian Federation
OOO Benning Power Electronics
Schtscholkovskoje Chaussee, 5
RF-105122 Moscow
Tel. 0 95 / 9 67 68 50
Fax 0 95 / 9 67 68 51
E-Mail: benning@mtu-net.ru

Belgium
Benning Belgium
Power Electronics
Z. 2 Essenestraat 16
B-1740 Ternat
Tel. 02 / 58 287 84 (85)
Fax 02 / 58 287 69
E-Mail: info@benning.be

Ireland
Theo Benning GmbH
North Industrial Estate
Whitemill North
IRE-Wexford / Rep. Ireland
Tel. 0 53 / 41 79 5
Fax 0 53 / 41 84 1
E-Mail: benning@benning.ie

South East Asia


Benning Power Electronics Pte Ltd
1, Kaki Bukit View
# 05-03/04 Techview
SGP-Singapore 415941
Tel. (65) 6844 3133
Fax (65) 6844 3279
E-Mail: benning@singnet.com.sg

Czech Republic
Benning CR s.r.o.
Zahradn ul. 894
CZ-293 06 Kosmonosy
(Mlad Boleslav)
Tel. 03 26 / 72 10 03
Fax 03 26 / 72 25 33
E-Mail: benning@benning.cz

Israel
Laor Energy ltd.
P.O.B. 570
IL-Nazereth Elite 17105
Tel. 03 / 6 87 25 51
Fax 03 / 6 87 11 10
E-Mail: URI@Laor-Energy.com

Sweden
Eldaco AB
Box 990, Hovslagarev. 3B
S-19129 Sollentuna
Tel. 08 / 6239500
Fax 08 / 969772
E-Mail: power@eldaco.se

France
Benning Conversion dnergie
43, avenue Winston Churchill
B.P. 418
F-27404 Louviers Cedex
Tl. 02 / 32 25 23 94
Fax 02 / 32 25 08 64
E-Mail: info@benning.fr

Italy
Benning Conversione di Energia S.r.l.
Via E. Mattei, 7
I-40138 Bologna
Tel. 0 51 / 53 19 55
Fax 0 51 / 53 09 23
E-Mail: benning.energia@libero.it

Switzerland
Benning Power Electronics GmbH
Industriestrasse 6
CH-8305 Dietlikon
Tel. 01/ 8057575
Fax 01/ 8057580
E-Mail: info@benning.ch

Germany
Theo Benning
Elektrotechnik und Elektronik GmbH & Co.KG
Mnsterstr. 135-137
D-46397 Bocholt
Tel. 0 28 71/ 93-0
Fax 0 28 71/ 9 32 97
http://www.benning.de

Netherlands
Benning NL
Power Electronics
Peppelkade 42
NL-3992 AK Houten
Tel. 0 30 63 / 4 60 10
Fax 0 30 63 / 4 60 20
E-Mail: info@benning.nl

Spain
Benning Conversin de Energa S.A.
C/Pico de Santa Catalina 2
Pol. Ind. Los Linares
E-28970 Humanes, Madrid
Tel. 91/ 6048110
Fax 91/ 6048402
E-Mail: benningcde@retemail.es

Great-Britain
Benning UK
Oakley House
Hogwood Lane
Finchampstead
GB-Berkshire RG 40 4 QW
Tel. 0 11 89 / 73 15 06
Fax 0 11 89 / 73 15 08
E-Mail: info@benninguk.com

Poland
Benning Power Electronics Sp.z.o.o.
Korczunkowa 30
PL-05-503 Gloskw
Tel. 0 22 / 7 57 84 53 / 7 57 36 68-70
Fax 0 22 / 7 57 84 52
E-Mail: benning@medianet.pl

Ukraine
Benning
ul. Solomenskaja, 3B
UA-252110 Kiew
Tel. 044 / 246 10 25
Fax 044 / 248 92 36
E-Mail: benning@ukrpack.net

Hungary
Benning Kft.
Power Electronics
Rkczi t 262
H-2541 Lbatlan
Tel. 033 / 50 76 00
Fax 033 / 50 76 01
E-Mail: benning@mail.uti.hu

P. R. of China
Benning V. GmbH
Shanghai Repr. Office
1233 Si Ping Rd., Rm. 006
PRC-200 092 Shanghai
Tel. 021 5557 0609
Fax 021 6504 1878
E-Mail: benning@public8.sta.net.cn

U.S.A.
Lucas-Benning
Power Electronics, Inc.
11120 Grader Street
USA-Dallas, TX 75238
Tel. 214 5531444
Fax 214 5531355
E-Mail: sales@lucasbenning.com

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India
Benning SMC Power Systems (P) Ltd.
10, Electronic City, Sec.-18,
IND-Gurgaon -122015, Haryana
Tel. 0124 / 6 45 52 03 09
Fax 0124 / 6 45 52 12, 6 34 64 65
E-Mail: smcel@del2.vsnl.net.in

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Austria
Benning GmbH Elektrotechnik und Elektronik
Eduard-Klinger-Str. 9
A-3423 St. Andr-Wrdern
Tel. 0 22 42 / 3 24 16-0
Fax 0 22 42 / 3 24 23
E-Mail: info@benning.at

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