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UPS6000D-3 Series

High-level performance by means of high-speed switching
On-line type UPS
Three-phase, three-wire, 400 to 1,000 kVA

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Features

High-level performance by means of high-speed switching

The UPS 6000D-3 series makes use of new fifth-generation IGBTs that have lower loss and improved high-frequency switching characteristics compared with conventional IGBTs *1, which enables higher reliability and higher performance.

*1 Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor

High reliability thanks to independent control and monitoring units

The control unit and monitoring unit are independent, and the monitoring unit uses redundant software and hardware for high reliability.

IGBT power modules for high reliability

High reliability is achieved by the use of an integrated configuration of IGBTs, fuses, and drive circuits, and large current panels for the wiring. In addition, the modules use a plug-in tray structure and maintenance is possible from the front side.

Full digitalization by means of the latest control processors

Full digitalization using high-performance processors has greatly reduced the number of parts and achieved high reliability.

Ratings and specifications

Ratings and specifications

Type UPS6000D-3 Series
Model 3/400 3/500 3/600 3/750 3/1000
Input Voltage *1 200V±10%
Frequency 50 or 60 Hz ±5%
Number of phases and wires Three-phase, three-wire
Harmonic current 5% max.
Power factor 0.98 min.
DC circuit Rated voltage *2 360V
Voltage fluctuation range *2 288~414V
Output Rated capacity [kVA] 400 500 600 750 1000
Voltage 200, 208, 210, 220 (only 50 Hz), 230 (60 Hz only), 380, 400, 415, 440 V
Frequency 200, 208, 210, 220 (only 50 Hz), 230 (60 Hz only), 380, 400, 415, 440 V
Number of phases and wires Three-phase, three-wire (three-phase, four-wire models can also be manufactured)
Load power factor *4 0.7 (lag) to 1.0 rating 0.8 (lag) or 0.9 (lag) *5
Voltage accuracy (settling time) Within ±1.0%
Transient voltage fluctuation ① Within ±5% at abrupt change of load 0% ⇔ 100%
② Within ±2% at abrupt change of input voltage ±10%
③ Within ±2% at grid power outage or power recovery
④ Within ±5% when one unit is disconnected (only for FSP-VI, FSP-VII, FSP-VIII parallel operation mode)
⑤ Within ±5% when switching from UPS → direct feed (for FSP-V, FSP-VII, FSP-VIII uninterruptible backup system only)
Also, depends on the characteristics of direct power supply when switching from UPS to direct feed.
However, the above ① to ⑤ conditions shall not be duplicated.
Settling time 50 ms max.
Voltage waveform distortion factor 2.5% max. (square mean value of all harmonics when the linearity load is 100%) or 5% max. (square mean value of all harmonics when the rectifier load is 100%)
Voltage unbalance ratio Within ±2% (at 100% unbalanced load)
Frequency accuracy Within ±0.01% (at internal oscillation)
External synchronization range ±1% (only for FSP-V or FSP-VII, FSP-VIII)
Overload tolerance 125% for 10 min, 150% for 1 min
Overcurrent limit value 150% (When the overcurrent exceeds 150%, the current drooping characteristics work and limit the overcurrent to 150% max.)
Output phase difference 120° ±1° (at balanced load), 120° ±3° (at 100% unbalanced load)/td>
Voltage adjustment range ±5% (at rated load)
Other Ambient temperature −10 to +40°C (operating), recommended temperature: +25°C ±3°C
Relative humidity 30 to 90%
Noise 75 dB (A) max.
Withstand voltage 2000 V for 1 min (main circuit)
Insulation resistance 3 MΩ min.

*1 415, 6600 V specifications can also be manufactured.
*2 DC circuit voltage is for lead-acid storage batteries.
*3 400 Hz is available in another series.
*4 0.8, 0.9 have identical measurements.
*5 Rated kW guarantee is with rated power factor to 1.0.

Storage battery specifications (service life and backup time)

Storage battery types and overview

A UPS will use storage batteries to supply power when the grid power supply fails. However, it is not economical to provide power from batteries during a long power outage.
Normally, battery capacity is set to provide backup power for only a short time of about 5 minutes or 10 minutes, and for longer power outages, an in-house emergency power generator is used.
Although there are various types of storage batteries available for use, mainly for economic reasons UPS systems normally use rapid discharge lead-acid storage batteries.
For reference, we provide the following overview comparing typical types of storage batteries.

Pasted type lead-acid storage battery Valve-regulated lead-acid storage battery Alkaline storage battery
MSE type UPS special-purpose type
Type HS MSE Long-life MSE (FVL) High discharge rate (FVH) Small valve-regulated type (FPX) AHH
Capacity [Ah] 30 to 2500 50 to 3000 50 to 3000 50, 100, 150: (mono-block type); 200, 300: (cell type) 10 to 38 20 to 1000
Expected service life * 5 to 7 years 7 to 9 years 13 to 15 years 7 to 9 years About 5 years (with long-life FLH) 12 to 15 years
Routine maintenance Voltage, fluid replacement, specific gravity, equalizing charge Voltage only Voltage only Voltage only Voltage only Voltage, fluid replacement, specific gravity, equalizing charge
Initial cost (approximate ratio) 80 to over 100% (150%) 100% 130% 70 to 80% 45 to 55% 200 to 300%
External dimensions (space ratio) Large (150%) Medium (100%) Medium (100%) Slightly small (50 to 70%) Small (30%) Large (150 to 200%)
Remarks Former type Conventionally used for large-capacity UPS systems Life-cycle-cost benefits More beneficial than the MSE type in terms of size and cost (mono-block type offers further space savings). Standard applications for small- and medium-capacity UPS systems High cost, used for special applications

* Expected service life at ambient temperature of 25°C, for several discharges, at 0.1 to 0.16C10A discharge.
* Customized solutions other than the above storage batteries are also possible. Please contact us for details.

Storage battery capacity

Lead-acid storage battery (FVH, MSE, long-life MSE type)
Operation method Capacity [kVA] × number of UPS units Load capacity [kVA / kW] Load capacity [kVA / kW] Number of cells Storage battery capacity (FVH type) [Ah/10hR] Storage battery capacity (MSE type, long-life MSE type) [Ah/10 hR]
5 min 10 min 5 min 10 min
Single unit operation 400×1 400/320 360 180 300 400 600 800
500×1 500/400 360 180 400 450 800 900
600×1 600/480 360 180 450 550 900 1100
750×1 750/600 360 180 550 700 1200 1500
1000×1 1000/800 360 180 700 900 1500 2000
Parallel redundant operation 400×2 400/320 360 180 300 400 600 800
500×2 500/400 360 180 400 450 800 900
600×2 600/480 360 180 450 550 900 1100
750×2 750/600 360 180 550 700 1200 1500
1000×2 1000/800 360 180 700 900 1500 2000
400×3 800/640 360 180 600 700* 1300 1500
500×3 1000/800 360 180 700 900 1500 2000
600×3 1200/960 360 180 900 1200 2000 2500
750×3 1500/1200 360 180 1200 1500 2500 3000
1000×3 2000/1600 360 180 1500 1800 3000* 4000

Note 1: Capacity when the load factor is 80% and the ambient temperature is 25°C. (Maintenance rate: MSE type 80%, FVH type 95%)
Note 2: Asterisk (*) indicates the capacity for 186 cells.
Note 3: Please inquire about coverage during long-term power outages such as 30 minutes.
Note 4: Please inquire about using other types of storage batteries such as HS-E and AHH-E.
Customized solutions other than the above storage batteries are also possible. Please contact our sales department for details.

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