990-6290A-001

Specifications

Input Specifications

UPS rating 500 kVA 600 kVA
Voltage (V) 380 400 415 380 400 415
Connections L1, L2, L3, N, PE
Input voltage range (V) 323-477 (full load)
Frequency range (Hz) 40-70
Nominal input current (A) 808 768 740 970 921 888
Maximum input current (A) 946 899 866 1135 1079 1040
Input current limitation (A) 1080 1320
Total harmonic distortion (THDI) <3% for linear loads
<5% for non-linear loads
Input power factor >0.99
Maximum short circuit rating Icc=35 kA
Ramp-in 7 seconds

Bypass Specifications

UPS rating 500 kVA 600 kVA
Voltage (V) 380 400 415 380 400 415
Connections L1, L2, L3, N, PE
Overload capacity ≤115% continuous
125% for 10 minutes
150% for 1 minute
Minimum bypass voltage (V) 209 221 228 209 221 228
Maximum bypass voltage (V) 475 480 477 475 480 477
Frequency (Hz) 50 or 60
Frequency range (%) ±1, ±2, ±4, ±5, ±10. Default is ±10 (user selectable).
Nominal bypass current (A) 767 729 703 921 875 843
Maximum short circuit rating Icc=35 kA

Output Specifications

UPS rating 500 kVA 600 kVA
Voltage (V) 380 400 415 380 400 415
Connections L1, L2, L3, N, PE
Overload capacity* 105% continuous
125% for 10 minutes
150% for 1 minute
Output voltage regulation ±1%
Dynamic load response 20 milliseconds
Output power factor 1
Nominal output current (A) 760 722 696 912 866 835
Total harmonic distortion (THDU) <2% at 100% linear load
<4% at 100% non-linear load
Output frequency (Hz) 50 or 60
Slew rate (Hz/sec) Programmable: 0.5 to 2.0
Default is 0.5
Output performance classification (according to IEC/ EN62040-3) VFI-SS-111
Load power factor 0.5 leading to 0.5 lagging without derating
Output short circuit current (inverter) 1 kA/200 ms 1.4 kA/200 ms

Battery Specifications

NOTE: The UPS supports 36-50 battery blocks.
UPS rating 500 kVA 600 kVA
Max. charging power in % of output power 21% 22%
Maximum charging power (kW) 108 132
Nominal battery voltage (VDC) ±216 to ±300
Nominal float voltage (VDC) ±243 to ±337.5
End of discharge voltage (full load) (VDC) ±172.8 to ±240
Battery current at full load and nominal battery voltage (A) 1231-886 1470-1058
Battery current at full load and minimum battery voltage (A) 1539-1102 1847-1323
Temperature compensation (per cell)* Programmable from 0 to 7 mV/°C. Default is 0 mV/°C.
Ripple current <5% C10

Recommended Upstream Protection

NOTE: For local directives which require 4-pole circuit breakers: If neutral conductor is expected to carry a high current, due to line-neutral non-linear load, the circuit breaker must be rated according to expected neutral current.
UPS rating 500 kVA 600 kVA
  Input Bypass Input Bypass
Breaker type NS1000N Mic 2.0 (33475/NS33475) NS1000N Mic 2.0 (33475/NS33475) NS1250N Mic 2.0 (33480/NS33480) NS1250N Mic 2.0 (33480/NS33480)
In setting 1 1 1 1
Ir setting 0.95 0.9 0.9 0.9
Im setting Isd=1.5-10 Isd=1.5-10 Isd=1.5-10 Isd=1.5-10

Recommended Cables Sizes

DANGER
hazard of electric shock, explosion, or arc flash
All wiring must comply with all applicable national and/or electrical codes. The maximum allowable cable size is 240 mm².
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.

Cable sizes in this manual are based on table A.52-5 of IEC 60364-5-52 with the following assertions:

  • 90 °C conductors

  • An ambient temperature of 30 °C

  • Use of copper conductors

  • Installation method C

PE size is based on table 54.2 of IEC 60364-4-54.

If the ambient temperature is greater than 30 °C, larger conductors are to be used in accordance with the correction factors of the IEC.

NOTE: Battery cables are sized according to 36 battery blocks.

500 kVA UPS

  Cable Size per Phase (mm2) Neutral Cable Size (mm2) PE Cable Size (mm2)
Input 3 x 185 3 x 185 2 x 150
Bypass 3 x 185 3 x 185 2 x 150
Output 3 x 185 3 x 185 2 x 150
Battery 6 x 120 6 x 120 3 x 120

600 kVA UPS

  Cable Size per Phase (mm2) Neutral Cable Size (mm2) PE Cable Size (mm2)
Input 3 x 240 3 x 240 2 x 185
Bypass 3 x 240 3 x 240 2 x 185
Output 3 x 240 3 x 240 2 x 185
Battery 6 x 150 6 x 150 3 x 150

Recommended Bolts and Cable Lugs

Cable Size (mm²) Bolt Size Cable Lug Type
120 M12x35 mm TLK 120-12
150 M12x35 mm TLK 150-12
185 M12x35 mm TLK 185-12
240 M12x35 mm TLK 240-12

Torque Specifications

Bolt Size Torque
M12 50 Nm

Requirements for a Third Party Battery Solution

Battery breaker boxes from Schneider Electric are recommended for the battery interface. Please contact Schneider Electric for more information.

Third Party Battery Breaker Requirements

DANGER
Hazard of electric shock, explosion, or arc flash
All selected battery breakers must be equipped with instantaneous trip functionality with an undervoltage release coil or a shunt trip release coil.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
NOTE: There are more factors to consider when selecting a battery breaker than the requirements listed below. Please contact Schneider Electric for more information.

Design Requirements for Battery Breaker

Battery breaker rated DC voltage > Normal battery voltage The normal voltage of the battery configuration is defined as the highest nominal occurring battery voltage. This can be equivalent to the float voltage which may be defined as number of battery blocks x number of cells x cell float voltage.
Battery breaker rated DC current > Rated discharge battery current This current is controlled by the UPS and must include maximum discharge current. This will typically be the current at the end of discharge (minimum operation DC voltage or in overload condition or a combination).
DC landings Three DC landings (+, -, N) for DC cables are required.
AUX switches for monitoring One AUX switch must be installed in each battery breaker and connected to the UPS. The UPS can monitor one battery breaker.
Short-circuit breaking capability The short-circuit breaking capability must be higher than the short-circuit DC current of the (largest) battery configuration.
Minimum trip current The minimum short-circuit current to trip the battery breaker must match the (smallest) battery configuration, to make the breaker trip in case of a short circuit, up to the end of its life time.

Guidance for Organizing Battery Cables

NOTE: For 3rd party batteries, use only high rate batteries for UPS applications.
NOTE: When the battery bank is placed remotely, the organizing of the cables is important to reduce voltage drop and inductance. The distance between the battery bank and the UPS must not exceed 200 m (656 ft). Contact Schneider Electric for installations with a longer distance.
NOTE: To minimize the risk of electromagnetic radiation, it is highly recommended to follow the below guidance and to use grounded metallic tray supports.
Cable Length
<30 m Not recommended Acceptable Recommended Recommended
31–75 m Not recommended Not recommended Acceptable Recommended
76–150 m Not recommended Not recommended Acceptable Recommended
151–200 m Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended Recommended

UPS Weights and Dimensions

UPS rating Weight kg Height mm Width mm Depth mm
500 kVA 665 1970 1000 850
600 kVA 745 1970 1000 850

UPS Shipping Weights and Dimensions

UPS rating Weight kg Height mm Width mm Depth mm
500 kVA 720 2100 1200 1015
600 kVA 800 2100 1200 1015

Clearance

NOTE: Clearance dimensions are published for airflow and service access only. Consult with the local safety codes and standards for additional requirements in your local area.

Environmental

  Operating Storage
Temperature 0 °C to 30 °C -15 °C to 40 °C for systems with batteries
-25 °C to 55 °C for systems without batteries
Relative humidity 0-95% non-condensing
Elevation derating according to
IEC 62040-3
Power derating factor:
0-1500 m: 1.000
1500-2000 m: 0.975
< 15000 m above sea level (or in an environment with equivalent air pressure)
Audible noise <72 dBA at 100% load according to ISO3746  
Protection class IP20 (dust filter as standard)
Color RAL 9003

Heat Dissipation

UPS rating 500 kVA 600 kVA
  W BTU/hr W BTU/hr
Normal mode 31800 108507 37200 126932
Battery mode 28550 97417 33960 115877
ECO mode 3250 11090 3300 11260

Compliance

Safety IEC 62040-1:2017, Edition 2.0, Uninterruptible power systems (UPS) – Part 1: Safety requirements
IEC 62040-1: 2008-6, 1st edition, Uninterruptible Power Systems (UPS) – Part 1: General and safety requirements for UPS
IEC 62040-1:2013-01, 1st edition amendment 1
EMC IEC 62040-2:2016, Edition 3.0, Uninterruptible power systems (UPS) – Part 2: Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) requirements.
IEC 62040-2:2005-10, 2nd edition, Uninterruptible Power Systems (UPS) – Part 2: Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) requirements
Performance IEC 62040-3: 2011-03, 2nd edition Uninterruptible Power Systems (UPS) - Part 3: Method of specifying the performance and test requirements
Environmental IEC 62040-4: 2013-04, 1st edition Uninterruptible Power Systems (UPS) - Part 4: Environmental aspects – Requirements and reporting
Markings

CE, RCM, EAC, WEEE

Transportation

ISTA 2B

Pollution degree 2
Overvoltage category III
Earthing system TN-S, TN-C, TT, or IT
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