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Basics on Secure Power Design Considerations

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Basics on Secure Power Design Considerations

  1. 1. Basics on Secure Power design considerations Confidential Property of Schneider Electric |
  2. 2. Summary Page 2Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | Introduction How do we ensure reliable power..? How can we reduce these risk? Installation considerations UPS Range
  3. 3. More ELECTRIC Increase by 50% in the next 25 years More CONNECTED Connect 50bn devices by 2020 More DISTRIBUTED Solar PV and Storage to Account for ~50% of new capacity additions by 2030 More EFFICIENT Still.. 2/3 energy efficiency potential.. remains untapped .!! Our World Will Be…
  4. 4. Back to index Mining (Metals & Minerals) Water & Wastewater Datacenter Healthcare Oil and Gas Building No matter the type of business… reliable power is essential
  5. 5. Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | Page 5 Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | How do we ensure reliable power..?
  6. 6. Heavy Industry Commercial & Industrial Industry Buildings Data Centres Residential Infrastructure EHV/HV Centralised Generation HV/MV Substation (Primary substation) Switching Substation MV/MV Heavy Industry MV / LV Substation Connexion to HV network Connexion to MV network ConsumersEnergy Producers Utility Transmission Utility Distribution
  7. 7. Heavy Industry Commercial & Industrial Industry Buildings Data Centres Residential Infrastructure EHV/HV Centralised Generation HV/MV Substation (Primary substation) Switching Substation MV/MV Heavy Industry MV / LV Substation Connexion to HV network Connexion to MV network ConsumersEnergy Producers Utility Transmission Utility Distribution Power failure, Voltage spikes, Under voltage, Frequency variations Harmonics, Power Factor Disturbances Voltage variations Frequency variations Micro outages Long outages
  8. 8. Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | Page 8 Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | How can we reduce these risk? - Power failure - Voltage spikes - Under voltage - Frequency variations
  9. 9. UPS - “Uninterruptible Power Supply” Page 9Confidential Property of Schneider Electric |
  10. 10. PFC Rectifier UPS AC: Alternating Current DC: Direct Current PFC: Power Factor Correction What is a “UPS” & what is the purpose of a UPS? Main functions of a UPS: “Uninterruptible Power Supply” •Short term backup (Batteries) •Input current conditioned by the PFC •Output Voltage conditioned by the Inverter •Isolation / Protection against: • Voltage spikes • Over voltage • Under voltage • Frequency variations • Harmonics • Power Factor
  11. 11. Heavy Industry Commercial & Industrial Industry Buildings Data Centres Residential Infrastructure EHV/HV Centralised Generation HV/MV Substation (Primary substation) Switching Substation MV/MV Heavy Industry MV / LV Substation Connexion to HV network Connexion to MV network Energy Producers Utility Transmission Utility Distribution Power failure, Voltage spikes, Under voltage, Frequency variations Harmonics, Power Factor UPS Consumers
  12. 12. Heavy Industry Commercial & Industrial Industry Buildings Data Centres Residential Infrastructure EHV/HV Centralised Generation HV/MV Substation (Primary substation) Switching Substation MV/MV Heavy Industry MV / LV Substation Connexion to HV network Connexion to MV network Energy Producers Utility Transmission Utility Distribution Power failure, Voltage spikes, Under voltage, Frequency variations Harmonics, Power Factor Power Grid Customer Grid UPS Consumers Reliable & safe Power Harmonics created by the load is reduced by the UPS UPS ON
  13. 13. UPS Topologies Page 13Confidential Property of Schneider Electric |
  14. 14. - The simplest solution, used for applications that support a cut of 4 to 10ms when detecting the fault of the source and transfer to the battery - This technology is for low powers (Apparent Power: 330 VA – 900 VA) - This solution is inexpensive with a good efficiency UPS’s - Different topologies – Off-Line Back-UPS ® ES Surge Filter Static Switch Batteries charger Batteries Inverter
  15. 15. UPS’s - Different topologies – Line-interactive Easy UPS BV Smart-UPS green - This technology is an improvement of the first, the coupling / decoupling device is more sophisticated (static or fast system) and a regulating device of the mains voltage can be added - The DC / AC converter is generally a bi-directional converter or reversible, providing the battery and the load power in case of power cut - This solution is used little above 5000 VA Static switch Voltage regulator Filter Rectifier Inverter Batteries
  16. 16. UPS’s - Different topologies – On-line Double conversion - The load is permanently supplied by the converter, which allows to regulate frequency and voltage - This technology is particularly suitable for very disturbed networks or very sensitive applications - This technology is used for power supplies up to 1,6 MVA Smart-UPS RT Gamme Galaxy By-pass static switch Rectifier Inverter Batteries
  17. 17. Installation considerations
  18. 18. Click each logo to learn more. Because these are the primary organizations that create the requirements for UPS systems, you should have a general understanding of how they work and how Schneider Electric works with them. Page 18Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | Standards - UPS Requirements
  19. 19. Appro : 550kg 3-Phase UPS - Installation considerations - Dimensions Example of dimension of UPS : Galaxy 3500 => 20kVA 3:3 15min Page 22Confidential Property of Schneider Electric |
  20. 20. 3-Phase UPS - Installation considerations - Battery room layout Page 23Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | • Ventilation (2) • Layout of cells (3) • Service flooring (4) • Battery connection (5) • Battery-protection circuit breaker (6) • Fire-fighting equipment (7) • Safety equipment (8) • Inspection equipment (9) • Sensors (10)
  21. 21. Technical room airflow requirements : example : Galaxy VM 160kVA Page 24Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | 3-Phase UPS - Installation considerations - Ventilation, air- conditioning
  22. 22. Galaxy 3500 IP 51 Galaxy 5500 Marine IP 22 Gutor PXC IP 42 Some applications where a reinforcement of IP level is required : Emergency application (smoke extraction systems) => IP 30 Marine : IP 22 Industry where corrosion or dust are there => up to IP 55. Above IP32, Gutor offer is required 3-Phase UPS - Installation considerations - IP degree of protection Note: Most of UPS’s are IP 20 Page 25Confidential Property of Schneider Electric |
  23. 23. UPS Range
  24. 24. 1-Phase UPS - Offer 375-1100 VA 0,55 – 1,5 kVA 0,75 - 5 kVA 0,5 – 1,1 kVA Surge Arrest Smart UPS SMT Back UPS Line interactive Surge protection Back UPS SX3 online 1 - 20 kVA 2 - 16 kVA 1-10 kVA Smart UPS RT Smart UPS SR1 Confidential Property of Schneider Electric Page 27 Symmetra LX Back UPS Pro Back VS Smart RVS IT & Non-IT IT Data Center
  25. 25. 10kVA 40kVA 200kVA Symmetra PX 3-Phase UPS - Offer Symmetra MW 500-1600kVA Galaxy 3500 Smart-UPS VT 10-40 kVA 10-40 kVA 10-80 kVA 20-120 kVA 160-200 kVA 250-500 kVA 500-1500kVA 10-500 kVA 400-1600 kVA PX 40/48 kW PX 250/500 kWPX 100/160kW Galaxy VM Galaxy VXGalaxy 4000/5000/5500 STAND- ALONE MODULAR Galaxy 7000 Fully Customized 5-160 kVA 5-220 kVA Gutor PXC Gutor PXP Gutor PEW & Gutor PDW Confidential Property of Schneider Electric Page 28 Galaxy 300 10- 40 KVA 10-80 kVA IT Data centers Non-IT IT & Non-IT Easy UPS 3S
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