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1Description
Uninterruptible power supply
QUINT-UPS/ 24DC/ 24DC/ 5
© PHOENIX CONTACT
Data sheet
INTERFACE
Uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) continue to deliver
power even if the mains breaks down.
An uninterruptible solution consists of three function units:
–Power supply
Electronic switchover unit
Power storage device
The product described here is an electronic switchover unit.
In the event of mains breakdowns or failures, it switches to
battery operation without interruption so that loads continue
to be consistently supplied.
As an option, you can monitor and configure the device with
the free UPS-CONF software. The IFS-CONFSTICK memory
stick is available for convenient transfer of parameters be-
tween more than one QUINT-UPS.
Features
IQ technology for maximum system availability. The intel-
ligent battery management optimizes and keeps you in-
formed on the remaining runtime, current state of charge,
service life and performance of the power storage de-
vice.
Generous power reserve POWER!BOOST
Optimum use of the buffer time
Preventive battery monitoring
Fast battery charging
Extensive signaling and parameterization
–SFB technology
Make sure you always use the latest documentation.
It can be downloaded from the product at www.phoenixcontact.net/catalog.
This data sheet is valid for all products listed on the following page:
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2Table of contents
1 Description.........................................................................................................................................1
2 Table of contents ...............................................................................................................................2
3 Ordering data.....................................................................................................................................3
4 Technical data ...................................................................................................................................4
5 Safety regulations and installation notes............................................................................................8
6 Structure ............................................................................................................................................9
7 Basic circuit diagram........................................................................................................................ 11
8 Installation........................................................................................................................................ 12
8.1 Convection ....................................................................................................................................................12
8.2 Mounting position...........................................................................................................................................12
8.3 Mounting on a DIN rail ....................................................................................................................................13
8.4 Connection terminal blocks.............................................................................................................................14
8.5 Installation of individual components ...............................................................................................................15
9 Connection and protection............................................................................................................... 16
9.1 Input and protection of the primary side ...........................................................................................................16
9.2 Output and protection on the secondary side ...................................................................................................16
9.3 Power storage device .....................................................................................................................................17
9.4 SFB technology..............................................................................................................................................17
9.5 Power reserves.............................................................................................................................................17
9.6 Temperature response ...................................................................................................................................17
10 Signaling.......................................................................................................................................... 18
10.1 LED and bar graph test...................................................................................................................................19
10.2 LED indicator .................................................................................................................................................19
10.3 Bar graph-display when the communication cable is installed ...........................................................................20
10.4 Bar graph display without communication cable ...............................................................................................20
11 Function........................................................................................................................................... 21
11.1 IQ technology.................................................................................................................................................21
11.2 SOC application example ...............................................................................................................................21
11.3 SOH/SOF application example .......................................................................................................................21
11.4 Charging characteristic...................................................................................................................................22
11.5 Fast battery charging, intelligent charging (contact I< IN) ..................................................................................22
11.6 Setting the buffer time...................................................................................................................................23
11.7 PC mode .......................................................................................................................................................23
11.8 Remote control (contact R1, R2) ..................................................................................................................25
12 Interfaces................................................................................................................................................................25
12.1 IFS-USB-DATACABLE...................................................................................................................................25
12.2 IFS-CONFSTICK............................................................................................................................................25
13 Servicing.......................................................................................................................................... 26
14 Application examples....................................................................................................................... 27
14.1 Parallel connection of the power storage devices .............................................................................................27
14.2 Parallel connection for redundancy..................................................................................................................28
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Description Type Order No. Pcs. / Pkt.
Uninterruptible power supply with IQ technology 24 V/5 A. Provides infor-
mation regarding the charging state, remaining runtime, and service life of
your rechargeable battery module at all times and thereby increases sys-
tem availability.
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3Ordering data
Accessories Type Order No. Pcs. / Pkt.
Rechargeable battery module, lead AGM, VRLA technology, 24 V DC, 1.3
Ah, tool-free battery replacement, automatic detection and communication
with QUINT UPS-IQ
UPS-BAT/VRLA/ 24DC/ 1.3AH 2320296 1
Rechargeable battery module, lead AGM, VRLA technology, 24 V DC, 3.4
Ah, tool-free battery replacement, automatic detection and communication
with QUINT UPS-IQ
UPS-BAT/VRLA/ 24DC/ 3.4AH 2320306 1
Rechargeable battery module, lead AGM, VRLA technology, 24 V DC, 7.2
Ah, tool-free battery replacement, automatic detection and communication
with QUINT UPS-IQ
UPS-BAT/VRLA/ 24DC/ 7.2AH 2320319 1
Rechargeable battery module, lead AGM, VRLA technology, 24 V DC, 12
Ah, tool-free battery replacement, automatic detection and communication
with QUINT UPS-IQ
UPS-BAT/VRLA/ 24DC/12AH 2320322 1
Rechargeable battery module, LI-ION technology, 24 V DC, 60 Wh, for am-
bient temperatures of -20°C ... +60°C, automatic detection and communi-
cation with QUINT UPS-IQ
UPS-BAT/LI-ION/24DC/60WH 2320351 1
Configuration software for QUINT UPS can be downloaded free of charge. UPS-CONF 2320403 1
Used for communication between the UPS CONF configuration software
and the QUINT UPS IQ and TRIO UPS uninterruptible power supply units.
IFS-USB-DATACABLE 2320500 1
Multi-functional memory blockfor the INTERFACE systemf for easy stor-
age and backup of the configuration.
IFS-CONFSTICK 2986122 1
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4 Technical data
Input data
Nominal input voltage 24 V DC
DC input voltage range 18 V DC ... 30 V DC
Buffer period 2 h ()
Current consumption mains mode
Max.
No load
Charging process
9.4 A
60 mA
1.9 A
Fixed connect threshold 22 V DC
Output data
Nominal output voltage 24 V DC
Output voltage range 18 V DC ... 30 V DC
Nominal output current 5 A
Derating 60 °C ... 70 °C (2.5%/K)
Output current limit (In mains mode according to connected upstream current limiting device)
> 7.5 A (Battery operation)
Power dissipation (mains mode)
Idle
Nominal Load
BOOST
1.4 W
2.1 W
2.4 W
Power dissipation (battery operation)
Idle
Nominal Load
BOOST
1.3 W
3.3 W
4.1 W
Output power 120 W
Efficiency > 98.7 %
Connection in parallel Yes, up to 2 modules with redundancy module
Connection in series No
Output data (mains operation)
Nominal output voltage 24 V DC
Output voltage range 18 V DC ... 30 V DC
Output current (according to connected upstream power supply unit)
Nominal output current IN
POWER BOOST IBOOST
SFB technology ISFB
5 A (-25 °C ... +60 °C)
7.5 A (-25 °C ... +40 °C)
30 A (-25 °C ... +60 °C)
Duration 12 ms (SFB technology)
Output data (battery operation)
Nominal output voltage 24 V DC
Output voltage range 19.2 V DC ... 27.6 V DC (UOUT = UBAT - 0.5 V DC)
Output current
Nominal output current IN
POWER BOOST IBOOST
SFB technology ISFB
5 A (-25 °C ... +60 °C)
7.5 A (-25 °C ... +40 °C)
32.5 A (-25 °C ... +60 °C)
Duration 15 ms (SFB technology)
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Power storage device
Nominal voltage UN24 V DC
End-of-charge voltage 24 V DC ... 29 V DC (temperature compensated)
Temperature compensation 42 mV/K (preset)
Nominal capacity range 0.8 Ah ... 140 Ah
Charge current 0.2 A ... 1.36 A
Battery presence check (time interval) 1 min
Power In OK
Status display LED / Static to / green
Alarm
Inverting with the UPS-CONF configuration and management software
Switching output Relay
Maximum switching voltage 30 V AC/DC
Maximum switching current 100 mA
Status display LED / Static to / red
Battery charge
Signal options are adjustable with the UPS-CONF configuration and management software
Switching output Relay
Maximum switching voltage 30 V AC/DC
Maximum switching current 100 mA
Status display LED bar graph / dynamic / green
Battery mode
Signal options are adjustable with the UPS-CONF configuration and management software
Switching output Relay
Maximum switching voltage 30 V AC/DC
Maximum switching current 100 mA
Status display LED / Static to / yellow
General data
Mounting position horizontal DIN rail NS 35, EN 60715
Housing material Steel sheet, zinc-plated
Dimensions W / H / D 35 mm / 130 mm / 125 mm
Dimensions W / H / D (90° turned) 122 mm / 130 mm / 38 mm
Weight 0.5 kg
Security
Degree of protection IP20
Protection class III
Connection data
Connection method Pluggable screw connection
Conductor cross section, solid 0.2 mm² ... 2.5 mm²
Conductor cross section, stranded 0.2 mm² ... 2.5 mm²
Conductor cross section AWG/kcmil 20 ... 12
Stripping length 7 mm
Screw thread M4
Tightening torque 0.5 Nm ... 0.6 Nm
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Ambient conditions
Ambient temperature (operation) -25 °C ... 70 °C
Ambient temperature (storage/transport) -40 °C ... 85 °C
Max. permissible relative humidity (operation) 95 % (25°C, no condensation)
Vibration (operation) < 15 Hz, amplitude ±2.5 mm in acc. with IEC 60068-2-6
15 Hz ... 150 Hz, 2.3 g tv = 90 min.
Shock 30g in all directions in acc. with IEC 60068-2-27
Climatic class 3K3 (in acc. with EN 60721)
Standards
Electrical safety (of information technology equipment) EN 60950-1/VDE 0805 (SELV)
EN 61558-2-17
Electronic equipment for use in electrical power installations EN 50178/VDE 0160 (PELV)
Approvals
UL approvals UL/C-UL Recognized UL 60950
UL Listed UL 508
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Conformance with EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
Noise immunity according to EN 61000-6-2
EN 61000-6-2 requirement Tested
Electrostatic discharge EN 61000-4-2
Housing contact discharge 4 kV (Test intensity 2) 8 kV (Test intensity 4)
Housing air discharge 8 kV (Test intensity 3) 15 kV (Test intensity 4)
Comments Criterion B Criterion A
Electromagnetic HF field EN 61000-4-3
Frequency range 80 MHz ... 1 GHz 80 MHz ... 1 GHz
Test field strength 10 V/m 20 V/m
Frequency range 1.4 GHz ... 2 GHz 1 GHz ... 3 GHz
Test field strength 3 V/m (Criterion A) 10 V/m (Test intensity X / 3)
Fast transients (burst) EN 61000-4-4
Input 2 kV (Test intensity 3 - asymmetrical) 2 kV (Test intensity 3 - asymmetrical)
Output 2 kV (Test intensity 3 - asymmetrical) 2 kV (Test intensity 3 - asymmetrical)
Signal 1 kV (Test intensity 3 - asymmetrical) 2 kV (Test intensity 4 - asymmetrical)
Comments Criterion B Criterion A
Surge current loads (surge) EN 61000-4-5
Input/Output +/- 0.5 kV (Asymmetrical)
0.5 kV (symmetrical)
1 kV (symmetrical)
2 kV (Asymmetrical)
Signal +/- 1 kV (Asymmetrical) 1 kV (Asymmetrical)
Comments Criterion B Criterion A
Conducted interference EN 61000-4-6
Input/Output/Signal asymmetrical asymmetrical
Frequency range 0.15 MHz ... 80 MHz 0.15 MHz ... 80 MHz
Voltage 10 V (Test intensity 3) 10 V (Test intensity 3)
Comments Criterion A Criterion A
Emitted interference in acc. with EN 61000-6-3
Radio interference voltage in acc. with EN 55011 EN 55011 (EN 55022) Class B, area of application: Industry and residential
Emitted radio interference in acc. with EN 55011 EN 55011 (EN 55022) Class B, area of application: Industry and residential
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5 Safety regulations and installation notes
EXPLOSION HAZARD
Only remove equipment when it is disconnect-
ed and not in the potentially explosive area!
DANGER
Never carry out work on live parts!
The housing can become very hot, depending
on the ambient temperature and load!
CAUTION:
Before startup please ensure:
The connection must be carried out by a com-
petent person and protection against electric
shock guaranteed.
It must be possible to switch off power to device
according to EN!60950.
All feed lines are sufficiently protected and di-
mensioned!
All output lines are dimensioned according to
the maximum output current of the device or
separately protected!
Sufficient convection must be guaranteed.
Observe mechanical and thermal limits.
ATTENTION: Danger if used improperly
Uninterruptible power supplies are installable
devices. Installation and startup may only be
carried out by qualified personnel. The relevant
country-specific regulations must be observed.
CAUTION: Risk of injury
Cover termination area after installation in or-
der to avoid accidental contact with live parts
(e. g., installation in control cabinet).
Do not dispose of used batteries in the house-
hold waste! Dispose of these according to the
currently valid national regulations.
They can also be returned to Phoenix Contact
or the manufacturer.
CAUTION: Risk of injury
Use the device with the UPS-BAT.... recom-
mended in the table of accessories. When us-
ing power storage devices other than UPS-
BAT..., make sure that the corresponding pa-
rameters for the charging characteristics are
adjusted and adhered to.
Phoenix Contact accepts no liability or respon-
sibility for possible for any consequential dam-
age.
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6 Structure
Figure 1 Connection terminal blocks
Figure 2 Function elements
DC
24V
5A
2
13
456789
18
11
10
16 20
21
19
17
13
14
15
12
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Connections / Operating elements
1DC input, 18!V!DC!...!30 V!DC
2Power storage device connection, 24!V!DC (+, -, com-
munication between UPS and power storage device)
3DC output, 24!V!DC, buffered
17 Data port for data linking to the PC or the use of a
memory block
18 Button for use of the memory block
Mains mode, charging
16 Green LED: Power In OK, mains mode
10 Bar graph for displaying the current charging state of
the power storage device
7Floating relay contact 33/34: battery charge
4I < IN, fast battery charging
Battery operation, discharging
13 Yellow LED: battery mode
6Floating relay contact 23/24: battery mode
11 Buffer time setting: unlimited , 1!...!20 mins., custom-
ized (customized default: 0.5), PC mode
9Remote control (R1, R2)
15 Remote control plug-in bridge, pre-installed
General
12 Red LED: alarm
5Floating contact 13/14: alarm
824!V!DC supply voltage, maximum current limit 0.2!A
for the signal contacts 13, 23, 33
14 Plug-in bridge for signal contact supply voltages, pre-
installed
19 LED windows for flat mounting position
21 Accommodation for cable binders
20 Universal snap-on foot for EN DIN rails
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7 Basic circuit diagram
13
23
33
14
24
34
R1
R2
Alarm
Bat.-
Mode
Bat.-
Charge
Remote
Battery
Confirm
Data-Port
Input
DC 24V Output
DC 24V
24V 0.2A
I<I
N
m
C
J
t [min]
max
24VDC
Element Meaning
Microprocessor
Decoupling
Charging unit
Switch
Temperature sensor
Selector switch
µC
J
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8 Installation
8.1 Convection
The device supplies the specified values in the case of suffi-
cient convection cooling and when mounted on a horizontal
DIN rail.
Figure 3 Convection
8.2 Mounting position
Figure 4 Installation dimensions Installation depth 125 mm
To enable sufficient convection, we recom-
mend a minimum vertical gap to other modules
of 5!cm.
A lateral gap of 5!mm is recommendable.
The module can be snapped onto all DIN rails
according to EN!60715 and must be mounted
horizontally (connecting terminal blocks on top
and bottom).
12535
55
50
50 130
the module out at the lower edge ol the DIN rail. \1 § A ure 5 Mounting and removing Mounting position rotated 90“ Low-profile installation can be achieved by mounting the de- e at right-angles to the DIN rail. Mount the DIN rail adapter (UTA 107) as described in the figure. No additional mounting material is required. Fixing screws: Torx T10 (torque 0.8 Nm 0.9 Nm). Figure 6 Mounting position rotated 90° 104657ien701 PHOENIX CONTACT
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8.3 Mounting on a DIN rail
Figure 5 Mounting and removing
Slim-style installation
Assembly:
Position the module with the DIN rail guide on the upper edge
of the DIN rail, and snap it in with a downward motion.
Removing:
Pull the snap lever open with the aid of a screwdriver and slide
the module out at the lower edge of the DIN rail.
Mounting position rotated 90°
Low-profile installation can be achieved by mounting the de-
vice at right-angles to the DIN rail. Mount the DIN rail adapter
(UTA 107) as described in the figure. No additional mounting
material is required. Fixing screws: Torx T10 (torque 0.8 Nm
... 0.9 Nm).
Figure 6 Mounting position rotated 90°
A
B
B
A
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8.4 Connection terminal blocks
Use a screwdriver with a suitable blade width for wiring. For a
reliable and touch-proof connection, use a suitable cable
cross section and insulate the cable ends according to the
above-mentioned specifications.
Terminal block Solid conductor
[mm2]
stranded conductor
[mm2]
AWG Stripping length
[mm]
Torque
[Nm]
Torque
[lb in]
DC input: +/- 0.2 ... 2.5 0.2 ... 2.5 16 ... 12 7 0.5 ... 0.6 5 ... 7
DC output: +/- 0.2 ... 2.5 0.2 ... 2.5 16 ... 12 7 0.5 ... 0.6 5 ... 7
Battery: +/-/signal 0.2 ... 2.5 0.2 ... 2.5 24 ... 12 7 0.5 ... 0.6 5 ... 7
Signals: R1, R2/I<IN0.2 ... 2.5 0.2 ... 2.5 24 ... 12 7 0.5 ... 0.6 5 ... 7
508:
!Copper cable; operating temperature > 75°C (ambi-
ent temperature < 55°C) and > 90°C (ambient temper-
ature < 75°C).
60950:
!Use ferrules for flexible cables.
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8.5 Installation of individual components
Figure 7 Schematic design
Power supply unit
Use current-limited source (e.!g., QUINT POWER power sup-
ply) or a suitable fuse. If loads must not be supplied in the
event of a mains breakdown or failure, they must be con-
nected directly to the output of the power supply as unbuf-
fered DC load.
DC UPS
Input: the input is supplied with 18!!30!V!DC.
Output: in the event of mains interruption or failure, the
connected DC load is supplied with voltage without inter-
ruption.
Battery: the required power is made available by the pow-
er storage device. The signal cable is used for communi-
cation between the UPS and power storage device.
Signal I<IN: when connected to the I<IN output of the
QUINT POWER power supply unit, the power supply unit
is charged with the maximum charging current as quickly
as possible (fast battery charging). Supply of the buffered
DC load always has priority. This function is available
when the power supply unit makes a static power reserve
available with corresponding signal contact e.!g., QUINT
POWER with POWER BOOST and preventive function
monitoring. Without this, charging is performed at re-
duced current.
Signal R1, R2: remote control
Power storage device
Depending on the desired buffering time, select the power
storage device listed under accessories.
+ -
R1 R2
DC USV
+-
+-
I<I
N
I<I
N
++ -- + -
Battery
Output
Input
Power supply unit
unbuffered
DC load
buffered
DC load
Power storage
device 1
The image is a schematic representation of the
design and does not contain all parts.
Observe the installation instructions.
VRLA power storage devices are temperature
dependent. If possible and to ensure optimum
function, install at a cool location e.!g., at the
bottom of the control cabinet.
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9 Connection and protection
9.1 Input and protection of the primary side
Figure 8 Input
Connection of the input is made via connection terminal
blocks "Input!+/-" (input reverse polarity protection).
The maximum current for each input is 9.6!A.
Therefore use a current-limited source (e. g.,
QUINT!POWER) or a suitable fuse.
Installation of the device must correspond to EN 60950 regu-
lations.
All cables must have large cross sections in order to keep
voltage drops as small as possible.
9.2 Output and protection on the secondary side
Figure 9 Output
Connection of the output takes place via the connection termi-
nal block "Output!+/-".
The device is electronically short-circuit-proof and idle-proof.
In the event of a malfunction, the output voltage is limited to a
maximum of 35 V DC. It must be ensured that all output cables
are dimensioned or separately protected according to the
maximum output current. All cables must have large cross
sections in order to keep voltage drops as small as possible.
DC
24V
5A
DC
24V
5A
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9.3 Power storage device
Figure 10 Output, battery
Connection of the power storage device takes place via the
connection terminal block "Battery +/-". To make use of intel-
ligent IQ technology, you must also install a cable for the com-
munication between the UPS and power storage device.
You will find a clearly arranged selection table for suitable
power storage devices next to the product at
www.phoenixcontact.net/catalog.
9.4 SFB technology
SFB (Selective Fuse Breaking) technology reliably switches
off faulty current paths in the event of a short circuit. It supplies
six times the nominal current for 12 ms in mains mode and for
15 ms in battery mode. SFB technology therefore safely trig-
gers standard circuit breakers. Faults are located reliably and
important system parts remain in operation.
9.5 Power reserves
Figure 11 Output characteristic curve
Both the POWER BOOST static power reserve and the SFB
(Selective Fuse Breaking) technology dynamic power reserve
are available in mains and battery mode if a QUINT POWER
power supply unit from Phoenix Contact is connected up-
stream.
In mains mode, the power reserve is forwarded to the buffered
DC load via the UPS.
In battery mode, the power storage device supplies sufficient
power to ensure the same behavior as a QUINT POWER
power supply unit with SFB technology.
9.6 Temperature response
Figure 12 Derating diagram
At an ambient operating temperature of up to +40!°C, the UPS
makes the IBOOST continuous output current available. The
device can supply the IN nominal output current up to ambient
temperatures of +60!°C. In the case of ambient temperatures
above +60!!°C, The output power must be decreased by
2.5!% per Kelvin temperature increase.
DC
24V
5A
I [A]
OUT
U[V]
OUT
U
N
I
N
I<I
N
<60 °C
U<0,9xU
N
I>I
N
<40 °C
I
BOOST
[A]
[°C]
-25
0
40 6020
I
BOOST
I
N
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10 Signaling
Three LED indicators, an LED bar graph and three floating
relay contacts are available for function monitoring.
In addition, you can use the UPS-CONF configuration and
management software.
Figure 13 Display elements
Alarms, warnings and/or operating states can be individually
assigned to the battery mode and battery charge switching
outputs via the UPS-CONF configuration and management
software. Warnings are not indicated by the LED indicators.
The software and the associated user manual
are available free of charge at
www.phoenixcontact.net/catalog.
State LED Switching output Signal, default
Power In OK, mains mode Green - -
Alarm Red 13/14 Active low
Battery mode Yellow 23/24 Active high
Battery charge Bar graph 33/34 Active high
ATTENTION:
LED indicator states are also simultaneously
signaled via the switching outputs in the default
settings. If an individual assignment of the
switching outputs takes place, signal states de-
viating from the LED indicators are possible.
Make sure that only sensible combinations are
signaled.
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10.1 LED and bar graph test
An LED test is performed automatically during startup of the
device. The LEDs indicate the following error states:
1. All LEDs and the bar graph light up.
2. The LEDs light up, the bar graph does not light up, the
lower bar changes its color from green to red.
3. All LEDs and the bar graph are off.
4. The LEDs and the bar graph light up according to their
current status.
10.2 LED indicator
Green LED (mains mode), yellow LED (battery mode)
Either the green or the yellow LED lights up.
Green LED lights up, yellow LED is off: the load connected to
the UPS is supplied from the mains.
Green LED off, yellow LED lights up: mains is not available.
The load connected to the UPS is supplied by the power stor-
age device.
Red LED, alarm in mains mode
Red LED lights up, the lower bar graph LED flashes red: there
is a problem with the power storage device.
When using the UPS-BAT... power storage device and a con-
nected communication cable, the current life expectancy
(SOH, State of Health) is determined via the IQ technology.
An alarm is signaled in the following cases:
The adjustable threshold "remaining life expectancy" is
reached.
Different types of battery technology were connected that
cannot be charged simultaneously, e.!g. VRLA and LI-
ION.
The presence check is negative.
The quality check is negative.
When using power storage devices other than UPS-BAT...,
an alarm is signaled if it is not present or if the quality of the
power storage device is no longer sufficient for supplying the
load in the event of a mains failure.
If the lower bar graph LED does not flash, the alarm indicates
overload or service mode.
Red LED, alarm in battery mode
Red LED lights up: the power storage device is almost com-
pletely discharged.
When using the recommended UPS-BAT power storage de-
vice and connected communication cable, the current charg-
ing state (SOC, State of Charge)., is displayed via the IQ tech-
nology. The preset alarm signaling threshold is 10%. The
lower bar graph LED lights up red.
As an option, a time can be set via the UPS-CONF software,
for example, 10!mins. In this case, the UPS signals an alarm
when the power storage device is able to supply the con-
nected load for a further 10 minutes.
When using power storage devices other than the UPS-
BAT..., the alarm indicates battery voltage too low (default:
20.4!V).
State Green LED Red LED Yellow LED Description
1 OFF OFF Lit Battery mode, bar graph displays current charging state
2 OFF Lit Lit Battery mode, power storage device is almost empty, lower bar graph
LED is red
3 Lit OFF OFF Mains mode, bar graph displays current charging state
4 Lit Lit OFF Mains mode, alarm in the event of battery problem: lower bar graph
LED flashes red
ATTENTION:
Signaling of all states is determined by calculat-
ed, individual or preset thresholds and operat-
ing states. The detection that is the base of
signaling takes place with high accuracy. How-
ever, detection is subject to the respective am-
bient conditions in each case. In particular
power storage devices can contribute to further
deviations, irrespective of the storage technol-
ogy.
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10.3 Bar graph-display when the communication
cable is installed
The current charging state and the remaining runtime of the
power storage device is determined during startup of the
UPS. The LED light lights up from bottom to top during this
(charging the battery in mains mode) or from top to bottom
(discharging the battery in battery mode).
When the power storage device is fully charged and the
charging state is determined, this is displayed by the bar
graph. Depending on the charging state and the size of the
power storage device, this can range from a few minutes to
hours.
Each LED corresponds to 20% of the total capacity. The low-
est LED is divided into two parts: red for 0-10%, green for 11-
20%.
The current capacity level is indicated by flashing during
charging.
10.4 Bar graph display without communication cable
If no communication cable is installed between the UPS and
the power storage device, the LEDs indicate the following
states during startup of the UPS in mains mode.
The upper 4 LEDs are off.
The lower LED can indicate the following states.
Flashing: power storage device is being charged
Off: power storage device is not being charged
Red: battery problem
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11 Function
In mains mode (DC input voltage present), the output voltage
corresponds to the applied input voltage. In the event of a fail-
ure of the voltage supply, switching to battery mode takes
place without interruption. The output voltage is not directly
dependent on the battery voltage.
11.1 IQ technology
Intelligent Battery Management
SOC (State of Charge): current charging state and re-
maining runtime of the power storage device is always
available.
SOH (State of Health): displays the remaining life expec-
tancy of the power storage device and warns of failures at
an early stage.
SOF (State of Function): determines the current perfor-
mance of the power storage device.
Intelligent Battery Control
Intelligent Battery Control – automatically detects the con-
nected battery type via the connected communication cable
and maximizes the remaining service life of the power storage
device via an optimally adapted charging characteristic.
Intelligent Charging
The device adapts the charging current and thereby ensures
the fastest possible recharging and maximum availability
Intelligent Communication
The data port is used for communication between the UPS
and PC, e.!g., for configuring the UPS.
11.2 SOC application example
Task: an industrial PC must be continuously supplied with
24!V!DC.
Previous solution: the UPS is buffered with 3.4 Ah and sup-
plies 24!V!DC / 5!A for 20! under optimum conditions
Minutes
Problem: can the power storage device actually bridge this
time? Charging state, performance and remaining runtime of
the battery are unknown.
Solution with IQ technology:
The intelligent UPS determines all relevant battery states.
This ensures the transparency required to guarantee the sta-
bility of the supply and optimum use of the battery at all times.
The intelligent battery management detects the current
charging state of the connected battery and uses this to cal-
culate the remaining runtime.
The QUINT UPS-IQ also signals whether the buffer time is ac-
tually 20!minutes. As soon as an adjustable threshold value is
reached, the floating relay contact or the software generates
a warning message or the PC is shut down. The industrial PC
works for as long as possible and is shut down only if abso-
lutely necessary.
11.3 SOH/SOF application example
Task: electrical loads in remote systems widely separated
from each other must be continuously supplied with 24!V!DC.
Previous solution: The user invests in a new battery every
two years assuming that the system is reliably protected by
this.
Problem: is the power storage device really 100% available
for two years? Hs the battery aged more quickly as a result of
higher ambient temperatures and cannot deliver sufficient
performance?
Solution with IQ technology:
The remaining life expectancy of the battery is known. This al-
lows servicing to be planned. If the battery is replaced at the
ideal time, costs are also avoided that would occur by replac-
ing the battery too early or after failure. It is particularly impor-
tant for applications that are widely separated from each other
to ascertain whether the battery works reliably for another two
years or only two months. For example, replacing power stor-
age devices in offshore wind power plants is associated with
high costs. Indication of the current life expectancy of the bat-
tery saves unnecessary labor and material costs.
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11.4 Charging characteristic
When the recommended UPS-BAT power storage device
is used, the intelligent battery management of the UPS adapts
itself to the respective connected storage technology such as
Lithium or lead (VRLA – Valve Regulated Lead Acid) batter-
ies. Additional settings of charging parameters are not neces-
sary due to automatic detection.
The UPS is equipped with an integrated charging unit. Charg-
ing is performed according to the current battery state. By
measuring the current temperature at the battery, tempera-
ture-compensated charging takes place. The intelligent bat-
tery management ensures fast availability and maximum ser-
vice life of the power storage device. Depending on the
performance class of the UPS, the integrated charging unit
can have the following maximum charging current.
The recharging time results from the maximum available
charging current and the total capacity of the storage device
type connected.
Charge control depends on the IUoU charging characteristic.
This is a 3-stage charging process that is represented as fol-
lows.
Figure 14 Charging curve
If the communication cable between the UPS and the power
storage device is interrupted, the temperature detected in the
UPS module is used temporarily to ensure temperature com-
pensation.
Temperature recording only takes place in the UPS module
when using power storage devices other than the UPS-
BAT. In addition, adjustment and adherence to the charg-
ing parameters is necessary.
11.5 Fast battery charging, intelligent charging (con-
tact I< IN)
The adaptive current management of the charging unit
charges the power storage device considerably faster when
the I<IN input of the UPS is connected to the corresponding
output of the power supply. This ensures shorter recharging
times and the power storage device is available with full ca-
pacity much more quickly.
At the same time, the module supplies sufficient power for
buffered DC loads. As long as the upstream connected power
supply unit has sufficient power reserves, charging continues
with high current. If the load requires a higher current, this is
supplied at the highest priority. In this case the power storage
device is charged more slowly.
The fast battery charging function is only available when the
power supply unit makes a static power reserve available with
corresponding signal contact, e.!g., QUINT POWER with
POWER BOOST and preventive function monitoring.
UPS Max. charging current
5!A1.36!A
10!A2.88 A
20!A5!A
40!A5!A
Stage Name Description
A Main charge Constant current charging
phase (CC), initial charging
current
B Compensation
charging
Constant voltage charging
phase (CV), compensation
trickle charge voltage
C Trickle charging Constant voltage charging
phase (CV), trickle charging
final voltage
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11.6 Setting the buffer time
You can set the time for exiting battery mode via the selection
switch on the front of the device.
11.7 PC mode
In "PC mode", the UPS function follows a chronological se-
quence that can be parameterized via the software and indi-
vidually optimized for the relevant application.
In the event of a mains failure, PC can continue to work, per-
form a controlled shutdown and restart automatically.
tmax [min] setting Meaning
1, 2, 3, 5, 10, 15, 20 The UPS switches off after the set buffer time.
Custom (default 0.5) The UPS switches off after the individual buffer time set via UPS-CONF.
(unlimited, delivery state) Buffering with the total stored power. A warning is generated as soon as the power storage
device only has 10!% charge (default).
PC mode In PC mode, it is possible to continue working with a PC after a mains failure, perform a con-
trolled shutdown and restart automatically.
It is required that the following is installed:
IFS-USB-DATACABLE data cable (Order No.
2320500)
UPS-CONF software (Order No. 2320403,
available free of charge at
www.phoenixcontact.net/catalog)
Communication cable between the UPS and
the power storage device
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Figure 15 PC mode
1: Delay time
Delay time is calculated automatically from the current re-
maining battery life minus the time required by the PC to shut
Delay time is calculated automatically from the current re-
maining battery life minus the time required by the PC / IPC to
shut-down. Alternatively, a fixed delay time may be chosen.
Example: setting is 10 mins. and if mains power has not re-
turned within 10 minutes, a corresponding alarm is signaled.
2: Program start
After the delay time has expired, it is possible to start a pro-
gram.
Example: the software starts and begins successive back up
of system data.
In the "PC-Mode" setting, on the selection switch
of the UPS, the UPS function follows a chronological se-
quence that can be parameterized via the software and indi-
vidually optimized for the relevant application
Menu: Settings > Time setting
3: PC shut-down
The time required for shutdown of the PC is set here.
4: PC idle time
The output voltage is interrupted during the reset time and the
PC automatically restarted only if the PC is shut down and the
mains returned in the mean time
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11.8 Remote control (contact R1, R2)
The module can be switched on and off via a signal to con-
tacts R1 / R2. Shutdown can take place in mains mode or
while battery mode is active
Remote shutdown is deactivated
UPS in function (delivery state)
The "R1" and "R2" terminal points are short circuited (de-
livery with plug-in bridge) OR 24!V!DC is present at termi-
nal point "R2".
In the event of a voltage supply failure, the UPS switches
over to battery mode.
Remote shutdown is activated
The "R1" and "R2" terminal points are not short circuited
AND O V is present at terminal point "R2".
In the event of a voltage supply failure, the UPS does not
switch over to battery mode and the device shuts down.
12 Interfaces
Optionally, you can the data port interface.
12.1 IFS-USB-DATACABLE
The module is connected via the data port to the USB port of
the PC using the IFS-USB-DATACABLE.
The data cable between the PC and the UPS is necessary for
parameterization and monitoring. It contains the interface
electronics and electrical isolation.
12.2 IFS-CONFSTICK
The IFS-CONFSTICK is a multi-functional memory block for
easy storage and backup of configuration and parameter
data. You can copy the parameterization of one UPS to an-
other UPS of the same type using the IFS-CONFSTICK.
Transferring UPS parameters to the IFS-CONFSTICK
1. Press the "UPS -> Stick" button and hold for at least 2
seconds.
2. Insert the IFS-CONFSTICK carefully into the "Data Port"
of the UPS while observing the plug-in direction.
3. Parameter transfer is started and indicated by cyclic con-
trol of the three LED indicators. Light-up sequence:
green/yellow/red
Error-free transfer: green LED indicator on
Transfer error: red LED indicator on
Transferring IFS-CONFSTICK parameters to the UPS
1. Press the "Stick -> UPS" button and hold for at least 2
seconds.
2. Insert the IFS-CONFSTICK carefully into the "Data Port"
of the UPS while observing the plug-in direction.
3. Parameter transfer is started and indicated by cyclic con-
trol of the three LED indicators. Light-up sequence:
green/yellow/red
Error-free transfer: green LED indicator on
Transfer error: red LED indicator on
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13 Servicing
To switch to service mode, the following options are available:
Button on the front of the UPS
–UPS-CONF software
Service stick
Details can be found in the UPS-CONF user manual at
www.phoenixcontact.net/catalog.
Replacing the battery
Press and hold down both buttons on the front of the UPS
longer than 6!s to switch to service mode.
The red LED lights up.
Remove the fuses.
Remove the cabling of the battery blocks.
Remove the batteries.
Install new batteries.
Connect the cabling of the battery blocks.
Insert the fuses.
Press and hold down both buttons on the front of the UPS
for longer than 6!s to register the batteries.
The bar graph flashes.
Press and hold down both buttons on the front of the UPS
for longer than 6!s to exit the service mode.
The red LED extinguishes.
An exact description of the replacement procedure for all
power storage devices can be found in the corresponding
data sheet at www.phoenixcontact.net/catalog.
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14 Application examples
14.1 Parallel connection of the power storage devices
To increase the buffer time, a maximum of 15 power storage
devices can be switched in parallel. It is recommended to
keep the number as low as possible and use power storage
devices with a higher capacity of necessary. For parallel op-
eration, only use power storage devices with the same batch
number .
After discharging of the power storage device, the recharging
time depends on the maximum charging current that the UPS
can make available.
Use a suitable fuse. Flat-type fuse inserts with the same nom-
inal values from the battery used are recommended.
If possible, install at a cool location e.!g., at the bottom of the
control cabinet to ensure optimum function. For this, the fol-
lowing cabling design is advantageous.
Figure 16 Parallel connection of the power storage de-
vices in the control cabinet
L1
N
PE
l2 l2
l1 mm2
DC
USV
Power
Storage
Power
Storage
Power
supply unit
Load
Value Description
l1Cable distance to the power storage device, to the
node in the case of parallel connection, including
fuse terminal block
mm2Conductor cross section to the power storage de-
vice
l2Cable distance between the power storage device
and node
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14.2 Parallel connection for redundancy
Redundant circuits are suitable for supplying systems, which
place particularly high demands on operational safety.
In order to set up a redundant power supply solution, two UPS
systems of the same type (consisting of a power supply unit,
DC-PS, redundant 1!....!n) are connected in parallel and de-
coupled. No further adjustments to the default setting are nec-
essary.
Figure 17 Parallel connection for redundancy
If a fault occurs in the first UPS system, the second UPS sys-
tem automatically takes over the entire supply without inter-
ruption and vice versa. For this purpose, the UPS systems to
be connected in parallel are dimensioned so that the total cur-
rent requirements of all loads can be fully met by one UPS
system.
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I<I
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I<I
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R1 R2
OUT
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IN1
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DC
UPS 1
Battery
Power
Storage 1
Power
Storage n
Redundancy
module
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supply unit 2
DC
UPS 2
Battery
Power
Storage 1
Power
Storage n
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