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User's Guide

Powerpack

3Ph AC DC Rectifier Module


480 VAC & 208 VAC Modules
DC Power Supply Systems
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1 Welcome

Safety Precautions
The equipment described in this manual must only be operated by
Eltek personnel or by persons who have attended a suitable Eltek training
course

The equipment represents an energy hazard and failure to observe this


could cause terminal injury and invalidate our warranty

There are hazardous voltages inside the power system. As the modules

incorporate large charged capacitors, it is dangerous to work inside the


system even if the mains supply is disconnected. The heatsink is not
earthed, and can therefore contain hazardous voltages. See electric shock
symbols

Products into which our components are incorporated have to comply with
a number of requirements. Installation is to be in accordance with the
recommendations herein

When the equipment is installed in USA or Canada, the installation has to


comply with the NEC/CEC requirements, see page 12

CAUTION! Triple pole/neutral fusing. In 480 VAC systems, fuses F1,


F2, F3 must only be replaced with Bussmann KTK-25, rated 600V, 25A

CAUTION! Triple pole/neutral fusing. In 208 VAC systems, fuses F1,


F2, F3 must only be replaced with Bussmann JJN-50L, rated 300V, 50A

WARNING! For safety reasons (high leakage current and high touch current)
you must always connect the AC earth wire (PE) to the terminals,
before you connect the AC input cable(s).

The equipment is only to be installed in Restricted Access Locations


(RAL). Access must be limited by the use of tool, i.e. lock and key

Please read the manual carefully before using the equipment

350005.013
Issue 2.1, 2015 October
Published 2015-10-02
Mfm/MEI

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1 Welcome

Table of Contents
1.

Welcome

About this Guide............................................................................................................ 4


System Diagram Powerpack DC Power System ....................................................... 4

2.

Powerpack Rectifier

Key Features ................................................................................................................. 5


Typical Applications....................................................................................................... 5

3.

Installation of Powerpack Rectifiers

Safety Precautions ........................................................................................................ 6

Mounting and Removing Rectifiers ..................................................................... 6


Connections........................................................................................................... 7
CAN Bus Addressing (plug-and-play) ................................................................. 7

4.

Operation

Front Panel Interface ............................................................................................. 8


LCD Display & Modes of Operation ............................................................................... 8
Front Keys ..................................................................................................................... 8
LED Indicators............................................................................................................... 9
Operating Menu User Options ................................................................................... 9

5.

Technical Specifications

10

Specifications Powerpack 480 VAC, 48 VDC, 11 kW .............................................................10


Specifications Powerpack 208 VAC, 48 VDC, 11 kW .............................................................11
NEC/CEC Requirements for Installations in USA and Canada ..............................................12

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1 Welcome

1. Welcome
Congratulations on your purchase of the powerful Powerpack DC power supply system,
which uses the new Powerpack modules the powerful 3 phase AC DC rectifier modules
with high power density.

About this Guide


This booklet provides users of Powerpack DC power systems with the required
information to install and operate the Powerpack rectifier modules. The booklet also
presents the rectifiers technical specifications, such as input voltage range, output
power, operating temperature range, etc.
Read also the general and site specific documentation that was delivered with your
Powerpack DC power system.

System Diagram Powerpack DC Power System


The Powerpack rectifier module is the building block of Powerpack Power Supply systems,
see Figure 1. The Smartpack controller monitors and controls the whole system, and
serves as the local user interface between you and the system. The PowerSuite
application enables you to configure and operate system from a personal computer.
PowerSuite
Application

Alarm Outputs NC-C-NO


Digital Inputs

Powerpack
Cabinetized

USB cable

Smartpack
ctrl. unit

Analogue Inputs
Fuse Alarm

Powerpack
rectifiers

CAN Bus

L1

Telecom
equipment

L2
L3

(PE)

AC Fuses, external
480VAC, 3Ph

Load Fuses
& MCBs
DC
distribution

AC Supply
(three-phase)

Figure 1

DC Supply
(48V)

Example of a typical Powerpack PS system for DC supply of telecom equipment

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2. Powerpack Rectifier
The Powerpack rectifier module is a digitally controlled switch mode power supply.
The rectifier works in stand-alone mode or in parallel with other rectifiers, then
communicating via CAN bus with the systems Smartpack controller and other connected
rectifiers. Powerpack DC power systems are implemented by mounting the rectifiers in
23 power shelves.
A wide range of features are implemented in the Powerpack rectifier, as mentioned
below.

Key Features
Highest efficiency
Rectifier technology utilizes soft switching and three-level boost and
buck converters, making the module efficiency industry leading and
compact in size.
Local module monitoring
Display and push buttons enable easy local monitoring of the
individual rectifier, as an addition to the Smartpack monitoring.
Heat management
Front-to-back air flow with chassis integrated heat-sinks and
chimney gives the module the best reliable working environment.
CAN bus networked
The Powerpack rectifier is connected in a CAN bus network for
communication with the controller and other rectifiers.
Unique connection
A real plug & play connection system: reducing time-to-install related
cost. User-friendly handles lock the module to the power shelf.
Global approvals
Powerpack is CE marked, UL recognized and NEBS certified for world
wide installation.

Typical Applications
Powerpack based systems are designed for supplying high quality DC power to
equipment in medium and large telecom systems, IT power systems and similar
applications.
Wireless, fiber and fixed line communication
Todays communications demand state of the art, cost efficient and compact DC power
systems. Powerpack rectifiers deliver an industry leading space saving power density of
650W per liter.
Broadband and network access
Increasing network speed demands flexible and expandable DC power solutions. The
Powerpack rectifier is your key building block for future needs.

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3. Installation of Powerpack Rectifiers


Safety Precautions
Get acquantied with the satety precautions on page 2, before installing or handling
the equipment 1 .

Mounting and Removing Rectifiers


The Powerpack rectifiers incorporate handles that serve both to lock the modules
into position and to pull them out of their housings.
CAUTION: The rectifiers are heavy and may be warm; hand-carry them by
their handles. Before inserting or removing the modules from the power shelves,
turn off the switch on the rectifiers front (not hot-pluggable) and open both
handles.

Device
hazard

WARNING: Mount blind panels in unused module locations.

Electric
shock

Mounting the Powerpack rectifier (not hot-pluggable)

Rectifier with open handles

Locking knobs
recessed

Protective
plastic covers
on back panel

1. Turn OFF the switch


on the left side of the modules front panel
2. Unscrew and open the handles
by pulling them out of their housings
3. Remove plastic cover and insert the module
fully into the power shelf. The cover protecting
the terminals is located in the power shelfs back
panel
4. Lock and screw the handles
by pushing the handles flat with the front panel
(locked position), and securing them with the
screws.
Do not turn ON the switch until you are ready
for electrical installation

Removing the Powerpack rectifier

Unscrew to open
the handle

Handle in locked
position

Powerpack
rectifier

Switch in OFF
position

1. Turn OFF the switch


on the left side of the modules front panel
2. Unscrew and open the handles
by pulling them out of their housings
3. Remove the module and
snap the plastic cover
use both handles to pull the module loose
from the connectors; support from
underneath. Snap the cover tightly, to
protect the power shelfs terminals
Screw to secure
the handle

Figure 2 Powerpack rectifierss


locking mechanism

For installations in the USA and Canada, refer to the NEC/CEC requirements, page 12.

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Connections
All connections are implemented by inserting the Powerpack module fully into the power
shelf, thus plugging the rectifier to the connectors on the selfs back panel.

Electric
shock

WARNING: Always connect the AC earth wire (PE) to the terminals, before you connect the
AC input cable(s).
CAUTION: The Powerpack system must be connected to AC earth (PE).

AC Input and Bus


Connections
in 480 VAC Systems

Device
hazard

Location of
AC Input and Bus
Connections
in 208 VAC Systems

DC Output Blades

Power Shelf
back panel connections

L1
L2
L3
(PE)

-48V (-)
0V (+)
CAN-L, CAN-H
and Alarm Signals

Location of
AC Input and Bus Connector
in 208 VAC Systems

Powerpack Rectifier
rear plug-in connectors
DC Output
Module -48V ()

Figure 3

AC Input and Bus Connector


in 480 VAC Systems

DC Output
Module 0V (+)

Powerpack modules rear plug-in connections to power shelfs back panel

For details about other power shelf signals, system connections, etc., please read your
systems standard and specific documentation, or contact your dealer or Eltek
representative.

CAN Bus Addressing (plug-and-play)


When a Powerpack rectifier is plugged in the power shelf, and its switch turned ON the
first time, the Smartpack controller automatically assigns the rectifier with the next
available ID number (CAN bus address).
The rectifier will retain its ID (and serial number), even after removing and reinserting it
in the power shelf.
The rectifiers IDs are assigned from 1 and upwards. When a module is plugged in, the
Smartpack controller automatically increases the number of communicating rectifiers in
the CAN network.

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4. Operation
This chapter describes the Powerpack rectifiers keys and indicators, and how to operate
the rectifier locally from the front panel.

Front Panel Interface


The Powerpack rectifiers front panel consists of two functional areas: the presentation
area (LCD display and LED lamps) and the control area (keys). For information about the
handles, read page 6.
Graphical Display
16 character x 2 lines LCD display

Alarm
LED Lamp (red)
Warning
LED Lamp (yellow)

Upper line
Output voltage or
menu options
Lower line
Load current, alarms, or
keys to press

Power
LED Lamp (green)

Screw to secure handle


Down arrow key
Enter key

Up arrow key
Figure 4

Powerpack rectifiers front keys and indicators

LCD Display & Modes of Operation


The graphic display is an important part of the power supply systems user interface. The
display is in Status Mode (displays the systems status) or in Menu Mode (displays the
menu structure).
Depending on the displays mode, the upper line shows the output current or menu
options, while the lower line displays output voltage, alarms, or information about which
key to press.
Notice that if no keys are pressed within 30 seconds, the display will automatically switch
from Menu Mode and to back to Status Mode.

Front Keys
You can control the Powerpack rectifier via a network of software menus accessed with
the modules front keys.
o Press on the
key to change from Status Mode to Menu Mode.
o

Press the
or
keys to scroll up or down and navigate to find menu options
(function or parameter).

Press then the

key to select the function.

You can also control the Powerpack rectifier via the control panel on the systems
Smartpack controller. All rectifiers communicate with the systems controller via the CAN
bus.

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LED Indicators
The Powerpack rectifier has the following LED indications:
Power (green) indicates that the power supply is ON or OFF
Warning (yellow) indicates an abnormal situation (minor alarm)
Alarm (red) indicates an alarm situation (major alarm)
The following events will activate the Powerpack rectifiers front LEDs:

LED
Power
(green)

Status
ON
Flashing
OFF

Warning
(yellow)
ON

OFF
Alarm
(red)
ON

OFF

Description
Rectifier is powered
Smartpack controller accessing information on the rectifier
Mains are unavailable
Rectifier is in Derating Mode (reduced output power) due to
high internal temperature, or
low input voltage
The remote Battery Current Limit is activated
Rectifier in stand-alone mode (or loss of communication
with the Smartpack controller
No abnormal situation is present
Rectifier is in Shut-down Mode due to
low mains, or
high internal temperature, or
high output voltage
Internal rectifier failure (malfunction)
Fan failure (single or double fan malfunction)
Low output voltage
CAN bus failure
No alarm situation is present

Refer also to chapter Technical Specifications, page 10.

Operating Menu User Options


The
Powerpacks
functionality
is
accessed via a network of software
menus and submenus, enabling you to
configure and control the power supply.
While in Status Mode, press the
key
to switch to Menu Mode (Level 1); Press
the
key again to select the User
Options.

Level 2

Level 3

User menu <UserOption>

Module Info

OutVolt
OutCurr
NomVolt
CurrLim
Temp 1
Temp 2
InVolt 1
InVolt 2
InVolt 3

Product No
Serial No
SW Info 1
SW Info 2

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5. Technical Specifications
Specifications Powerpack 480 VAC, 48 VDC, 11 kW

Other Specifications

AC Input
Voltage
Frequency
Maximum
Current
Power Factor
Total Harmonic
distortion
(THD)
Input Protection

Nominal: 430 530 VAC 3ph


Tolerances: 260-550 VAC 3ph
45 to 66Hz

Efficiency
Isolation

16.5 Arms maximum at nominal input


and full load
> 0.99 at 50% load or more @480VAC

Rectifier Alarms

< 5% at 50% load or more @480VAC

Varistors for transient protection


Mains fuse in all lines
Visual indications

DC Output
Voltage
Output Power
Maximum Current
Current Sharing
Static voltage
regulation

53.5 VDC (adj. range: 43-58.5 VDC)


11 kW at nominal input
Derating below 430 VAC
230 Amps at 48 VDC and nominal input
3% from true average current
between modules
0.5% at 0-100% load

Dynamic voltage
regulation

3.5% for 10-90% or 90-10% load


variation, regulation time < 10ms

Hold up time

> 20ms; output voltage > 44 VDC at


full load

Ripple and Noise

< 100 mV peak to peak, 30 MHz


bandwidth
< 2.0 mVrms psophometric

User interface
Operating temp
Storage temp
Cooling
Fan Speed
MTBF
Acoustic Noise
Humidity

Dimensions
Weight

Output Protection

Typical 92%
3.0 kVAC input / output
1.5 kVAC input / earth
1.0 kVDC output / earth
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o

Low mains alarm


High mains alarm
Low output voltage alarm
Over voltage shutdown alarm
Current limit alarm
Current sharing alarm
Fan Alarm
Temperature alarm
Rectifier failure alarm

Green LED: ON, no faults


Red LED: rectifier failure
Yellow LED blinking: no communication
Yellow LED solid: derating power
LCD and 3 push buttons
ON/OFF switch
-10 to +70C (-40 to +158F)
Derating above +55C (+131F)
-25 to +85C (-13 to +185F)
Fans (front to back airflow) ball bearing
Temperature regulated
> 200, 000 hours Telcordia Issue I,
method III (a) at 20C ambient
< 72dBA
Operating:
5% to 95% RH non-condensing
Storage:
0% to 99% RH non-condensing
23 x 2U x 500 mm (wxhxd)
18.5 kg (40.8 lbs)

Over-voltage shutdown (level


adjustable)
Overload and Short circuit proof
High temperature protection

Applicable Standards
Electrical safety
EMC

Harmonics

IEC 60950-1
UL 60950-1
ETSI EN 300 386 V.1.3.1 (telecommunication network)
EN 61000-6-3 (emission, light industry)
EN 61000-6-2 (immunity, industry)
NEBS Telcordia GR-1089 CORE
EN 61000-3-2

Environment

ETSI EN 300 019-2 (-1. -2, -3)


ETSI EN 300 132-2
NEBS Telcordia GR-63 CORE Zone 4
Specifications are subject to change without notice.

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Specifications Powerpack 208 VAC, 48 VDC, 11 kW

Other Specifications

AC Input
Voltage
Frequency
Maximum Current
Power Factor

Nominal: 185 250 VAC 3ph


Tolerances: 180 264 VAC 3ph

Efficiency
Isolation

45 to 66Hz
38.5 Arms maximum at nominal input
and full load

Rectifier Alarms

> 0.99 at 50% load or more @208VAC

Total Harmonic
distortion (THD)

< 5% at 50% load or more @208VAC

Input Protection

Varistors for transient protection


Mains fuse in all lines

Visual indications

DC Output
Voltage
Output Power
Maximum Current
Current Sharing
Static voltage
regulation

53.5 VDC (adj. range: 43-58.5 VDC)


11 kW at nominal input

Storage temp

3% from true average current


between modules

Cooling

0.5% at 0-100% load


3.5% for 10-90% or 90-10% load
variation, regulation time < 10ms

Hold up time

> 20ms; output voltage > 44 VDC at


full load

Output Protection

Operating temp

230 Amps at 48 VDC and nominal input

Dynamic voltage
regulation

Ripple and Noise

User interface

Fan Speed
MTBF
Acoustic Noise
Humidity

< 100 mV peak to peak, 30 MHz


bandwidth
< 2.0 mV rms psophometric

Dimensions
Weight

Over voltage shutdown (level


adjustable)
Overload and Short circuit proof
High temperature protection

Typical 92%
3.0 kVAC input / output
1.5 kVAC input / earth
1.0 kVDC output / earth
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o

Low mains alarm


High mains alarm
Low output voltage alarm
Over voltage shutdown alarm
Current limit alarm
Current sharing alarm
Fan Alarm
Temperature alarm
Rectifier failure alarm

Green LED: ON, no faults


Red LED: rectifier failure
Yellow LED blinking: no communication
Yellow LED solid: derating power
LCD and 3 push buttons
ON/OFF switch
-10 to +70C (-40 to +158F)
Derating above +55C (+131F)
-25 to +85C (-13 to +185F)
Fans (front to back airflow) ball bearing
Temperature regulated
> 200, 000 hours Telcordia Issue I,
method III (a) at 20C ambient
< 72dBA
Operating:
5% to 95% RH non-condensing
Storage:
0% to 99% RH non-condensing
23 x 2U x 500 mm (wxhxd)
18.5 kg (40.8 lbs)

Applicable Standards
Electrical safety
EMC

Harmonics

IEC 60950-1
UL 60950-1
ETSI EN 300 386 V.1.3.1 (telecommunication network)
EN 61000-6-3 (emission, light industry)
EN 61000-6-2 (immunity, industry)
NEBS Telcordia GR-1089 CORE
EN 61000-3-2

Environment

ETSI EN 300 019-2 (-1. -2, -3)


ETSI EN 300 132-2
NEBS Telcordia GR-63 CORE Zone 4
Specifications are subject to change without notice.

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NEC/CEC Requirements for Installations in USA and Canada


When the equipment is installed in USA or Canada, the installation has to comply with
the NEC/CEC requirements, such as:
Security
The Powerpack module is only to be installed in Restricted Access Locations
(RAL)
AC Mains Input
Power Cables
o Minimum size of AC input cables: 6mm2 (8 AWG), 600V
o Input cables are to be crimped on terminals, that should be pushed
into the tube in the plug until it enters the front area of the plug

Input Circuit Breakers


o Input circuit breakers should be:
- In 480 VAC systems: 30A, 600V, Breaker Characteristic curve C
- In 208 VAC systems: 60A, 300V, Breaker Characteristic curve C
o Short circuit breaking current, minimum 6kA

Terminal Blocks
o If the modules are not installed in a power system, the input
terminal block should be of minimum 10mm2 (6 AWG), 600V

Earth Connection
o The Powerpack module/system must always be connected to earth.

Module Installation
The internal switch in the front of the module must always be turned OFF
before the module is removed or installed in the power shelf.

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