PBC 6200

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PBC 6200 Description
DESCRIPTION
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Northstar
is a trademark of NorthStar Battery Company
Enersys
is a trademark of Enersys Inc
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document Trademark Information.
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Contents
Contents
1
Introduction
1
2
Product Overview
2
2.1
Main Features
2
2.2
Configurations
3
3
Function Description
3
3.1
AC Power
4
3.2
Rectifiers
4
3.3
DC Distribution
5
3.4
Contactors
5
3.5
Control and Supervision Unit
6
3.6
High-Voltage Protection Unit (Optional)
6
3.7
Battery Blocks
6
4
Size and Weight
7
5
Space Requirements
8
6
Environment
9
6.1
Operating Environment
9
6.2
Environmental Factors
10
7
Power
10
8
Interfaces
11
8.1
Signal and Power Interfaces
11
8.2
Operator Interfaces
12
Glossary
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PBC 6200 Description
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Introduction
1
Introduction
This document describes the Power and Battery Cabinet (PBC) 6200, which
supplies power and battery backup to indoor RBSs, transmission equipment,
and other DC-operated indoor site equipment. The PBC 6200 consists of two
main parts: a power unit and a battery rack.
The battery rack can be equipped with either AGM or OPzV batteries. See
figure below.
Power unit
AGM batteries
OPzV batteries
Battery string 4
Battery string 3
Battery string 2
Battery string 1
Battery string 1
P020887A
Figure 1
PBC 6200 Overview
There are three types of power units:
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PBC 6200 Description
•
Main
•
Extension
•
PU 200A
The figure below shows an overview of the Power Unit Main.
Contactors
Circuit breakers
AC power connection
Control and
supervision unit
High-voltage
protection unit
Rectifiers
P020884A
Figure 2
2
Power Unit Overview
Product Overview
This section describes the main features and configurations of the power units.
2.1
Main Features
The power unit supplies power and battery backup to indoor RBSs and priority
loads such as transmission equipment.
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Function Description
It converts incoming AC power to 048 V DC power and distributes it through
circuit breakers to batteries and main and priority loads.
The power unit is controlled and supervised by a Control and Supervision
Unit (CSU).
2.2
Configurations
The power units can be installed on top of a battery rack or on a wall. The
Power Unit Main can be expanded with a Power Unit Extension.
The power units can be loaded up to the values given in the table below.
Table 1
Maximum Load
Power Unit
Maximum Load
Main
400 A
Main + Extension
800 A
PU 200A
200 A
Each power unit can be connected to up to three battery racks of same battery
type.
3
Function Description
The figure below shows a block diagram of the power unit.
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PBC 6200 Description
Power unit
Contactor
LVDS 1
Contactor
LVDS 2(or 3)
Main
load
AC power
connection
High-voltage
protection unit
Battery
connection
PSU
Priority
load
PSU
Rectifier
Control and
supervision unit
Display RS-232 Web
board
P020885A
Figure 3
Power Unit
The power unit consists of the following:
3.1
•
AC power
•
Rectifiers
•
DC distribution
•
Contactors
•
Control and supervision unit
•
High-voltage protection unit (optional)
AC Power
Incoming AC cables connect to screw terminals, each of which is connected
to a rectifier.
3.2
Rectifiers
A Power Unit can be equipped with up to four or eight rectifiers, which converts
incoming AC power to 048 V DC power. Three types of rectifiers with different
output powers are available: 2000 W, 2700 W, and 2700 W High-Efficiency.
The rectifier types cannot be mixed in a PBC 6200 system.
The rectifiers are hot swappable, which means they can be replaced without
interrupting the operation of the power unit.
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3.3
DC Distribution
The DC power from the rectifiers is distributed through circuit breakers to
priority load, main load, and batteries.
In the event of AC power failure the batteries supply power to both main and
priority loads.
Circuit Breakers
The power unit has circuit breakers for overcurrent and short circuit protection.
The Power Unit Main and Extension have the following positions for the circuit
breakers:
•
10 positions for main load circuit breakers
•
15 positions for priority load circuit breakers
•
16 positions for up to 4 battery circuit breakers
The PU 200A has the following positions for the circuit breakers:
•
10 positions for main load circuit breakers
•
10 positions for priority load circuit breakers
•
8 positions for up to 4 battery circuit breakers
The following table is an overview of circuit breaker types, their positions and
cables.
Table 2
3.4
Circuit Breaker Ratings and Occupied Positions
Value
Range
Positions
Occupied
Cable Dimension
Battery Cable
Connection
2–63 A
1
Up to 16 mm2, open
end
M6 cable lug
80–125 A
2
M8 cable lug
150 A
3
Up to 95 mm2, open
end, through fork
200 A
4
Contactors
The power unit has two contactors that are used to disconnect the loads from
the battery power if the battery voltage is too low to protect the battery from
deep discharge.
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PBC 6200 Description
The priority load can be disconnected by a Low Voltage Disconnect Switch
(LVDS) contactor (LVDS 1). The main load can be disconnected by the LVDS 2
contactor. In the case of an extension power unit, the main load contactor is
denoted LVDS 3.
3.5
Control and Supervision Unit
The power system is controlled and supervised by a CSU.
In a PBC 6200 system with two power units, only the main power unit has
a CSU.
The CSU is the communication interface between the user and the system and
can be accessed both on-site and remotely.
It has a keypad and display for direct access on-site. It can also be accessed
through a computer equipped with the power management software supplied
by Ericsson, which can be connected to the RS-232 port on the front panel
of the power unit.
Binary Alarms Output
The binary alarms are potential-free relay contacts. The outputs are configured
as described in document PBC 6200 Software Manual. Maximum electrical
rating for each output is 150 mA/60 V DC.
Web Board (Optional)
The power unit can be accessed both remotely and on-site through an optional
web board.
3.6
High-Voltage Protection Unit (Optional)
The optional high-voltage protection unit disconnects the rectifiers from the
incoming AC power if the voltage exceeds 300 V AC.
3.7
Battery Blocks
This section gives an overview of the battery blocks in the PBC 6200.
Table 3
6
Battery Blocks
Type
Battery
Product Number
Battery Capacity
AGM
Northstar NSB 100 FT
BKC 901 61/1
100 Ah
AGM
Northstar NSB 170 FT
BKC 901 62/1
170 Ah
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Type
Battery
Product Number
Battery Capacity
AGM
Oerlikon 12CP98C
BKC 901 61/2
98 Ah
(1)
Northstar NSB 100 Blue
BKC 901 06/120
82 Ah
(1)
Northstar NSB 170 Blue
BKC 901 06/122
140 Ah
(1)
Enersys SBS EON 100
BKC 901 06/121
100 Ah
(1)
AGM
Enersys SBS EON 190
BKC 901 06/123
190 Ah
OPzV
OPzV-650
BKC 901 63/1
650 Ah
AGM
AGM
AGM
(1) High-cyclic battery.
4
Size and Weight
The table below shows the size and weight of the PBC 6200.
Table 4
Size and Weight
Cabinet
Height
Width
(1)(2)
Power unit
Main or
Extension
390 mm
PU 200A
346 mm
600 mm
Depth
Weight
456 mm
41 kg
(3)
(4)
61 kg
(5)
600 mm
456 mm
(3)
34 kg
(4)
45 kg
Compact
(6)
1450 mm
600 mm
410 mm
(7)
26 kg
(8)
590 kg
Capacity
AGM
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(6)
1545 mm
600 mm
600 mm
(7)
46 kg
(8)
990 kg
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PBC 6200 Description
Cabinet
Capacity
OPzV
Height
Width
(6)
1450 mm
700 mm
Depth
Weight
690 mm
70 kg
(7)
1270
(8)
kg
(1) Excluding battery rack.
(2) 340 mm without cable inlet.
(3) Excluding rectifiers and circuit breakers.
(4) With maximum configuration.
(5) 296 mm without cable inlet.
(6) Excluding power unit.
(7) Excluding batteries.
(8) Approximate weight with batteries, max. configuration; exact weight depends on battery
supplier.
5
Space Requirements
The power unit can be installed on top of a battery rack or on a wall.
The figure below shows the space requirements for a power unit.
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Environment
600 mm
200 mm
0 mm
600 mm
200 mm
0 mm
0 mm
1000 mm
0 mm
1000 mm
P020886B
Figure 4
Space Requirements
For maintenance the recommended space in front of a power unit installed
either on top of a battery rack or on a wall is 1000 mm.
A free space of at least 200 mm is required above the power unit.
6
Environment
This section contains an overview of the operating environment and
environmental impact of the power unit.
6.1
Operating Environment
The table below shows the environmental requirements for the power unit.
Table 5
Environmental Requirements
Requirement
Specification
Relative Humidity
Operating temperature
+0C to +50C
0–95%, non-condensing
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Requirement
Non-destructive operating
temperature
Transport temperature
Storage temperature
6.2
Specification
017 C to +65 C
040C to +70C
040C to +70C
Relative Humidity
–
0–95%, non-condensing
0–95%, non-condensing
Environmental Factors
This section describes the environmental factors associated with the power unit.
Acoustic Noise
The acoustic noise level of a PBC 6200 system with a power unit equipped with
eight rectifiers in an ambient temperature of +25C is below 65 dB.
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Power
This section describes the input and output power characteristics of the power
unit.
Input AC Power
The table below shows the input power characteristics of the power unit.
Table 6
Input Power Characteristics
Characteristic
Value
Operational input voltage
88–300 V AC
Non-destructive voltage
0–300 V AC
(1)
(2)
0–400 V AC
(1) Excluding high-voltage protection unit (optional).
(2) Including high-voltage protection unit (optional).
Recommended fuses:
10
•
20 A slow type for each 2000 W rectifier
•
25 A slow type for each 2700 W and 2700 W High-Efficiency rectifiers
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Output DC Power
The DC power is distributed to priority and main loads.
The table below shows the output power characteristics of the power unit.
Table 7
Output Power Characteristics
Value
Power Unit Type
Characteristic
Main, Extension,
and PU 200A
Nominal DC voltage output
Main and
Extension
Maximum current
PU 200A
Maximum current
048 V DC
(1)
400 A
(1)
200 A
(1) To be divided as desired between main and priority loads.
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Interfaces
This section describes the interfaces of the power unit.
8.1
Signal and Power Interfaces
The table below shows the external interfaces of the power unit.
Table 8
External Interfaces
Interface
AC power input
Type
Screw terminals for cables with
max. 4 mm2 cross-sectional
area, 3 per rectifier.
Number of Interfaces
Main and
Extension
PU 200A
8
4
Strain relief for 14 mm cable or
hard conduit 35 or 50 mm.
Main load
distribution
Screw terminals for two-wire
(1)
open-ended cables
10
10
Priority load
distribution
Screw terminals for two-wire
(2)
open-ended cables
15
10
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Interface
Number of Interfaces
Type
Main and
Extension
PU 200A
Battery
M8 threaded studs for cable lug
(3)
connection
4
4
Earth ground
terminal
M8 threaded studs, one for the
battery rack, one for the main
earth terminal
2
2
PC
9-pole D-Sub, RS-232 port
1
1
Ethernet
(optional)
RJ-45
1
1
Main to
Extension
Power cable: M8 threaded studs
(4)
for cable lug connection
2
–
(4)
2
Data-cable: Dsub connectors
Binary alarms
output
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
8.2
Edge connector socket for open
end cables with max. 0.5 mm2
(5)
cross-sectional area (8×3)
1
1
Maximum 90 mm2 cross-sectional area.
Maximum 90 mm2 cross-sectional area.
M8 cable lug except for 63 A, which has an M6 cable lug.
Cable included in Extension.
30 V DC, 0.3 A; 60 V DC, 0.15 A
Operator Interfaces
This section describes the operator interfaces of the power unit.
8.2.1
Control and Supervision Unit
The CSU has a display and keypad for quick access to system information
on-site and indicators to show system status.
The table below shows the CSU indicators.
Table 9
12
CSU Indicators
Indicator
Color
Status
Meaning
MAJ
Red
On
Major alarm
MIN
Yellow
On
Minor alarm
EQL
Yellow
On
Equalization
charging
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8.2.2
Rectifier
The table below shows the rectifier indicators.
Table 10
Rectifier Indicators
Indicator
Color
Status
Meaning
AC OK
Green
On
Normal operation
RFA/PF
Red
On
Rectifier alarm or
power failure
CL
Yellow
On
Operating at
current limit,
reduced output
power
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Glossary
Glossary
CSU
Control and Supervision Unit
LVDS
Low Voltage Disconnect Switch
PBC
Power and Battery Cabinet
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