990-91111K-001

Specifications for 400 V Systems

Input Specifications 400 V

UPS rating 20 kW 30 kW 40 kW 50 kW 60 kW 80 kW 100 kW 120 kW 150 kW
Voltage (V) 380/400/415
Connections Input connections in single mains system: 4-wire (L1, L2, L3, N, PE) WYE
Input connections in dual mains system: 3-wire (L1, L2, L3, PE) WYE* *
Input voltage range (V) 380 V: 331-437
400 V: 340-460
415 V: 353-477
Frequency range (Hz) 40-70
Nominal input current (A) 32/30/29 47/45/43 63/60/58 79/75/72 95/90/87 126/120/116 158/150/144 189/180/173 237/225/217
Maximum input current (A)

39/37/36

58/55/53

77/73/70

93/92/91

116/110/106

154/146/141

185/183/176

231/220/212

281/278/274

Input current limitation (A)

40/38/37

60/57/55

79/75/73

93/93/91

119/113/109

158/148/145

185/184/180

238/226/218

278/278/274

Input power factor 0.99 for load greater than 50%
0.95 for load greater than 25%
Total harmonic distortion (THDI) <5% at 100% load <3% at 100% load
Minimum short circuit rating Dependent on upstream protection. See section for ‘Recommended Upstream Protection 400 V’ for details.
Maximum short circuit rating 65 kA RMS
Protection

Built-in backfeed protection and fuses

Ramp-in

Programmable and adaptive 1-40 seconds

NOTE: For a UPS with N+1 power module, the input power factor is 0.99 at 100% load and the total harmonic distortion (THDI) is <6% at full linear load (symmetrical).

Bypass Specifications 400 V

UPS rating 20 kW 30 kW 40 kW 50 kW 60 kW 80 kW 100 kW 120 kW 150 kW
Voltage (V) 380/400/415
Connections 4-wire (L1, L2, L3, N, PE) WYE
Bypass voltage range (V) 380 V: 342-418
400 V: 360-440
415 V: 374-457
Frequency range (Hz) 50/60 ± 1, 50/60 ± 3, 50/60 ± 10 (user selectable)
Nominal bypass current (A)

32/30/29

47/45/43

62/59/57

78/74/71

94/88/85

125/119/114

156/148/143

187/178/172

234/223/215

Nominal neutral current (A) * 53/50/48 79/75/72 105/100/96 131/125/120 158/150/144 210/200/193 271/250/241 263/250/241 263/250/241
Minimum short circuit rating Dependent on upstream protection. See section for ‘Recommended Upstream Protection 400 V’ for details.
Maximum short circuit rating 65 kA RMS
Protection

Built-in backfeed protection and fuses
Internal fuse specifications: Rated 400 A, prearcing 33 kA2s

Built-in backfeed protection and fuses
Internal fuse specifications: Rated 550 A, prearcing 52 kA2s

Output Specifications 400 V

UPS rating 20 kW 30 kW 40 kW 50 kW 60 kW 80 kW 100 kW 120 kW 150 kW
Voltage (V) 380/400/415
Connections 4-wire (L1, L2, L3, N, PE)
Output voltage regulation Symmetrical load ± 1%
Asymmetrical load ± 3%
Overload capacity 150% for 1 minute (in normal operation)
125% for 10 minutes (in normal operation)
125% for 1 minute (in battery operation)
110% continuous (bypass operation)
1000% for 100 milliseconds (bypass operation)
Dynamic load response ± 5% after 2 milliseconds
± 1% after 50 milliseconds
Output power factor 1
Nominal output current (A) 30/29/28 46/43/42 61/58/56 76/72/70 91/87/83 122/115/111 152/144/139 182/173/167 228/217/209
Minimum short circuit rating * Dependent on upstream protection. See section for ‘Recommended Upstream Protection 400 V’ for details.
Maximum short circuit rating * 65 kA RMS

Inverter output short circuit capabilities

Varies with time. See graph and table values in Inverter Short Circuit Capabilities (Bypass not Available).
Frequency regulation (Hz) 50/60 Hz bypass synchronized – 50/60 Hz ± 0.1% free-running
Synchronized slew rate (Hz/sec) Programmable to 0.25, 0.5, 1, 2, 4, 6
Output performance classification (according to IEC 62040-3:2021) VFI-SS-11
Total harmonic distortion (THDU) <1% for linear load
<5% for non-linear load
Load crest factor 2.5
Load power factor From 0.7 leading to 0.7 lagging without any derating

Battery Specifications 400 V

DANGER
Hazard of electric shock, explosion, or arc flash
  • Protection of the energy storage device: An overcurrent protective device must be located in close proximity to the energy storage device.
  • Trip delay must be set to zero on all battery breakers.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
UPS rating 20 kW 30 kW 40 kW 50 kW 60 kW 80 kW 100 kW 120 kW 150 kW
Charging power in % of output power at 0-40% load* 80%
Charging power in % of output power at 100% load 20%*
Maximum charging power (at 0-40% load) (kW)* 16 24 32 40 48 64 80 96 120
Maximum charging power (at 100% load) (kW) 4 6 8 10 12 16 20 24 30
Nominal battery voltage (VDC) 32-48 blocks: 384-576 40-48 blocks: 480-576 35-48 blocks: 420-576 32-48 blocks: 384-576 40-48 blocks: 480-576
Nominal float voltage (VDC) 32-48 blocks: 436-654 40-48 blocks: 545-654 35-48 blocks: 477-654 32-48 blocks: 436-654 40-48 blocks: 545-654
Maximum boost voltage (VDC) 720 for 48 blocks
Temperature compensation (per cell) -3.3mV/°C, for T ≥ 25 °C – 0mV/°C, for T < 25 °C
End of discharge voltage (full load) (VDC) 32 blocks: 307 40 blocks: 384 35 blocks: 336 32 blocks: 307 40 blocks: 384
Battery current at full load and nominal battery voltage (A) * 54 81 109 109 130 174 218 261 326
Battery current at full load and minimum battery voltage (A) * 68 102 136 136 163 217 271 326 407
Ripple current < 5% C20 (5 minute runtime)
Battery test Manual/automatic (selectable)
Maximum short circuit rating 10 kA
NOTE: For a 60 kW UPS with N+1 power module, the supported battery block quantity is 32-48 blocks.

Surge Protection Device (SPD)

DANGER
Hazard of electric shock, explosion, or arc flash
This UPS is OVCII (Over Voltage Category Class II) compliant. This UPS must only be installed in an OVCII compliant environment.
  • If the UPS is installed in an environment with an OVC rating higher than II, an SPD (surge protection device) must be installed upstream of the UPS to reduce the overvoltage category to OVCII.
  • The SPD must include a status indicator to show the user if the SPD is operational or is no longer functioning according to design. The status indicator may be visual and/or audible and/or may have remote signalling and/or output contact capability in accordance with IEC 62040-1.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.

Surge Protection Device Requirements

Select a surge protection device that complies with the following requirements:

Class Type 2
Rated voltage (Ur) 230/400 V, 277/480 V
Voltage protection level (Up) < 2.5 kV
Short circuit rating (Isccr)* According to installation prospective short circuit level
Earthing system* TN-S, TT, IT, TN-C
Poles 3P/4P depending on earthing configuration
Standards IEC 61643-11 / UL 1449
Monitoring Yes

Recommended Cable Sizes 400 V

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 150 mm2.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.

The maximum number of cable connections per busbar: Two on input/output/bypass busbars; Four on DC+/DC- busbars; Six on N/PE busbars.

NOTE: Overcurrent protection is to be provided by others.

Cable sizes in this manual are based on table B.52.3 and table B.52.5 of IEC 60364-5-52 with the following assertions:

  • 90 °C conductors

  • An ambient temperature of 30 °C

  • Use of copper or aluminum conductors

  • Installation method C

PE cable 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 selected in accordance with the correction factors of the IEC.

NOTE: For the scalable UPS (GVSUPS50K150HS), always size the cables for a UPS rating of 150 kW.
NOTE: Recommended cable sizes and maximum allowable cable size may vary for the auxiliary products. Not all auxiliary products support aluminum cables. Refer to the installation manual provided with the auxiliary product.
NOTE: The DC cable sizes given here are recommendations – Always follow the specific instructions in the battery solution documentation for DC cable sizes and DC PE cable sizes and ensure that the DC cable sizes match the battery breaker rating.
NOTE: Neutral conductor is sized to handle 1.73 times phase current in case of high harmonic content from non-linear loads. If non or less harmonic currents are expected, neutral conductor can be sized accordingly but not less than the phase conductor.
NOTE: 20-40 kW: DC cables are sized according to 32 battery blocks. 50-100 kW: DC cables are sized according to 40 battery blocks.

Copper

UPS rating 20 kW 30 kW 40 kW 50 kW 60 kW 80 kW 100 kW 120 kW 150 kW
Input phases (mm2) 6 10 16 25 35 50 70 95 120
Input PE (mm2) 6 10 16 16 16 25 35 50 70
Bypass/output phases (mm2) 6 6 10 16 25 35 50 70 95
Bypass PE/output PE (mm2) 6 6 10 16 16 16 25 35 50
Neutral (mm2) 10 16 25 35 50 70 95 95 95
DC+/DC- (mm2) 10 25 35 35 50 70 95 95 2 x 70
DC PE (mm2) 10 16 16 16 25 35 50 50 70

Aluminum

UPS rating 20 kW 30 kW 40 kW 50 kW 60 kW 80 kW 100 kW 120 kW 150 kW
Input phases (mm2) 6 16 25 35 50 70 95 120 150
Input PE (mm2) 6 16 16 16 25 35 50 70 95
Bypass/output phases (mm2) 6 10 16 25 35 50 70 95 150
Bypass PE/output PE (mm2) 6 10 16 16 16 25 35 50 95
Neutral (mm2) 10 25 35 50 70 95 2 x 70 2 x 70 2 x 70
DC+/DC- (mm2) 16 35 50 50 70 95 2 x 70 2 x 70 2 x 95
DC PE (mm2) 16 16 25 25 35 50 70 70 95

Recommended Upstream Protection 400 V

DANGER
Hazard of electric shock, explosion, or arc flash
  • For parallel systems, instantaneous override (Ii) values must not be set higher than 1250 A. Place the label 885-92556 adjacent to the upstream circuit breaker to inform about the hazard.
  • For UPS rating 20-120 kW: In parallel systems with three or more UPSs, a circuit breaker must be installed on the output of each UPS. The unit output breaker (UOB) instantaneous override (Ii) values must not be set higher than 1250 A.
  • For UPS rating 150 kW: In parallel systems with two or more UPSs, a circuit breaker must be installed on the output of each UPS. The unit output breaker (UOB) instantaneous override (Ii) values must not be set higher than 1250 A.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
NOTE: Only 3-pole circuit breakers are listed in the table below. For countries where local directives require 4-pole breakers in all positions, the listed references for breakers must be revised for ordering of breakers.
NOTE: For 4-pole breakers in bypass and 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.
NOTE: For the scalable UPS (GVSUPS50K150HS), always size the upstream protection for a UPS rating of 150 kW.
NOTICE
Risk of unintentional device operation
If a residual current-operated protective device (RCD-B) is used upstream as ground fault protection, then the RCD-B shall be sized to not trip on the leakage current of this product, which can be up to 91 mA.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in equipment damage.

Upstream Protection for IEC and Minimum Prospective Phase-To-Earth Short Circuit at the UPS Input/Bypass Terminals

DANGER
Hazard of electric shock, explosion, or arc flash
The upstream overcurrent protective device (and its settings) must be sized to ensure a disconnecting time within 0.2 seconds for a minimum prospective phase-to-earth short circuit current calculated or measured at the input/bypass terminals of the UPS.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
Compliance is assured with the recommended breaker (and its settings) from the table below.

Recommended Upstream Protection for 400 V IEC

IkPh-PEis the minimum prospective phase-to-earth short circuit current required at the input/bypass terminals of the UPS. The IkPh-PE in the table is based on the recommended protective device.

UPS rating 20 kW 30 kW 40 kW
  Input Bypass Input Bypass Input Bypass
IkPh-PE (kA) 0.6 0.5 0.6 0.5 0.7 0.6
Breaker type NSX100H TM40D (C10H3TM040) NSX100H TM32D (C10H3TM032) NSX100H TM63D (C10H3TM063) NSX100H TM50D (C10H3TM050) NSX100H TM80D (C10H3TM080) NSX100H TM63D (C10H3TM063)
In 40 32 63 50 80 63
Ir 40 32 63 50 80 63
Im 500 (fixed) 400 (fixed) 500 (fixed) 500 (fixed) 640 (fixed) 500 (fixed)
UPS rating 50 kW 60 kW 80 kW 100 kW
  Input Bypass Input Bypass Input Bypass Input Bypass
IkPh-PE (kA) 0.8 0.7 1.5 0.8 1.6 1.5 2 1.6
Breaker type NSX100H TM100D (C10H3TM100) NSX100H TM80D (C10H3TM080) NSX160H TM125D (C16H3TM125) NSX100H TM100D (C10H3TM100) NSX160H TM160D (C16H3TM160) NSX160H TM125D (C16H3TM125) NSX250H TM200D (C25H3TM200) NSX160H TM160D (C16H3TM160)
In 100 80 125 100 160 125 200 160
Ir 100 80 125 100 160 125 200 160
Im 800 (fixed) 640 (fixed) 1250 (fixed) 800 (fixed) 1250 (fixed) 1250 (fixed) ≤6 x In 1250 (fixed)
UPS rating 120 kW 150 kW
  Input Bypass Input Bypass
IkPh-PE (kA) 2.5 2 3 2.5
Breaker type NSX250H TM250D (C25H3TM250) NSX250H TM200 (C25H3TM200) NSX400H Mic.L 2.3 (C40H32D400) NSX250H TM250 (C25H3TM250)
In/Io 250 200 280 250
Ir 250 200 280 250
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Im/Isd ≤5 x In ≤6 x In 10 ≤5 x In
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UPS rating 20-60 kW 80 kW 100-150 kW
  Battery
Breaker type ComPacT NSX250S (C25S3TM250D) ComPacT NSX630S DC (C63S3TM600D)
Ir 175 225 420
Im 1250 1250 1500

Recommended Bolt and Lug Sizes for IEC

Cable size mm2 Bolt size Cable lug type
6 M8 x 25 mm TLK6-8
10 M8 x 25 mm TLK10-8
16 M8 x 25 mm TLK16-8
25 M8 x 25 mm TLK25-8
35 M8 x 25 mm TLK35-8
50 M8 x 25 mm TLK50–8
70 M8 x 25 mm TLK70-8
95 M8 x 25 mm TLK95-8
120 M8 x 25 mm TLK120-8
150 M8 x 25 mm TLK150-8
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