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Uninterruptible Power Supply Unit

for Universal Use QUINT-DC-UPS/24DC/40

1. Short Description
Uninterruptible Power Supply Units for Buffering
Long-Term Power Interruptions
Saves space thanks to the compact, uniform design
Integrated diode saves money through isolation of
loads
Maximum system availability through optimum
battery management and reliable signaling
Minimum installation time due to ready-to-use
plug-in bridges and integrated timeout
QUINT-DC-UPS uninterruptible power supply units
with long-life lead-acid batteries provide long buffer
times at high currents. Even in the event of a longer
supply voltage failure, the units ensure that all
connected devices continue to operate without
interruption.
The devices have a narrow and uniform design,
which makes them ideal for use on the DIN rail where
space is limited. In addition, short wiring paths ensure
order and clarity in the control cabinet.
The high level of availability and the particularly long
service life of the battery modules are achieved
through professional battery management. An
automatic presence check (every minute), automatic
quality test (once a week), temperature-determined
charging, and electronic overcurrent protection ensure
the battery modules are ready to operate at all times.
Power is therefore available in the event of an error and A system is switched off after a specific time that can
the service life of the battery module is maximized. be set on the device or by an external signal. No
The actual state must be determined quickly so that additional installation is required for shutdown. In
the right decision can be made in an emergency. addition, ready-to-use plug-in bridges minimize the
Optimum signaling is thus required for maximum installation time.
system availability. Three floating PDT contacts and The connected devices can be divided into buffered
three LEDs are provided for function monitoring, which and unbuffered loads using the isolated input. This
indicate all the operating states clearly. extends the buffer time, which depends on the output
So that relay signaling is more reliable and more current. If only critical devices are protected using
durable than before, an additional positive supply fuses, smaller battery modules can be used that save
output has been provided. The contact, which is money and space in the control cabinet. In addition, the
current-limited and resistant to continued short circuits, isolated input protects the connected devices against
is located next to the relay connections and enables errors in the internal network.
easy bridging. In the event of wiring errors, the short-
circuit protection prevents any welding of the relay
contacts. This ensures that the user can rely on an OK
signal. Even in the event of connection errors, currents
remain below 100 mA, which prevents damage to the
relay contacts.

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Uninterruptible Power Supply Unit for Universal Use QUINT-DC-UPS/24DC/40

2. Technical Data

125 mm (4.921 in.)

t...[m in ] 1 1
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R e m o te
R 1

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A la r m
B a t.-S e le c t [A h ] 1 2
1 3
+ R 2

(5.118 in.)
2 1

B a t. M o d e
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130 mm
2 x 1 2 V
2 2
B a tte ry + 2 4 V
2 0 0 m A 2 3

In p u t O u tp u t 3 1

C h a rg e
D C 2 4 V 0 -2 0 A D C
3 2
3 3

66 mm
(2.598 in.)

QUINT-DC-UPS/24DC/40

DC UPS Module UuF


Solid Stranded Torque 10 mm (0.39 in.)
L [mm]
[mm2] AWG [Nm] [lb in]

Input 0.5 - 16 0.5 - 10 20 - 6 1.2 - 1.5 10.6 - 13.3


Output 0.5 - 16 0.5 - 10 20 - 6 1.2 - 1.5 10.6 - 13.3 7 mm (0.28 in.)
Signal 0.2 - 2.5 0.2 - 2.5 25 - 14 0.5 - 0.6 4.5 - 5.3

Pcs.
Description Type Order No. Pkt.
Uninterruptible power supply unit QUINT-DC-UPS/24DC/40 28 66 24 2 1
3.4 Ah battery module QUINT-BAT/24DC/3,4Ah 28 66 34 9
7.2 Ah battery module QUINT-BAT/24DC/7,2Ah 28 66 35 2
12 Ah battery module QUINT-BAT/24DC/12Ah 28 66 36 5

Technical Data

Input Data
Nominal input voltage 24 V DC
Input voltage range 22.5 - 30 V DC
Current consumption (No load/charging/maximum) 0.1 A/2.5 A/42.5 A
Switching threshold Ua < 22 V; dynamic Uin - 1 V/0.1 s
Buffer time Can be configured 0.5; 1; 2; 3; 10; 15; 20; 30; continuous
Input fuse Internal, 50 A
Maximum power dissipation (Ready/buffer mode) 20 W/30 W

Output Data
Can be connected in parallel (battery module) Yes, to increase the buffer time

Output Data in Normal Operation


Nominal output voltage 24 V DC
Output voltage Uin
Output current 40 A
Current limit None
Overload fuse Internal, 50 A
Output Data in Buffer Mode
Nominal output voltage 24 V DC
Output voltage Maximum 27.9 V DC
Output current 40 A (25 A for 3.4 Ah battery module)
Current limit 45 A
Overload fuse Electronic
Level of efficiency Typical 98%
Remote shutdown Yes
Charging
Charge characteristic curve I/U characteristic curve
End-of-charge voltage Temperature compensated
Charge current < 2.5 A
Battery/presence check/time interval 60 seconds
Battery/quality test/time interval 180 hours
Memory Medium External
Nominal voltage 24 V DC
Nominal capacity 3.4 Ah, 7.2 Ah, 12 Ah
Charge current < 2.5 A

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Uninterruptible Power Supply Unit for Universal Use QUINT-DC-UPS/24DC/40

Signaling
Power In OK Green LED
Alarm Red LED, floating PDT,
30 V AC/DC, maximum; 1 A, maximum
Battery Mode Yellow LED, floating PDT,
30 V AC/DC, maximum; 1 A, maximum
Battery Charge Yellow LED, flashing, floating PDT,
30 V AC/DC, maximum; 1 A, maximum
Approvals/Standards
Electrical equipment of machines EN 60 204 (Surge Voltage Category III)
Electrical safety (of IT equipment) EN 60950/VDE 0805,
UL/C-UL Recognized UL 60 950
Industrial control equipment UL/C-UL Listed UL 508
Shipbuilding Germanischer Lloyd
Electronic equipment for use in electrical power installations EN 50 178/VDE 0160

General Data
Insulation voltage
Input/output to housing: 1 kV AC type test
1 kV AC routine test
Mounting position On a horizontal 35 mm (1.378 in.) DIN rail
EN 60 715
1 kV/1 kV
Degree of protection IP20
Class of protection II
MTBF According to IEC 1709 (SN 29 500) > 500,000 h
Housing version AluNox (AlMg1), closed
Dimensions (W x H x D) default upon delivery (66 x 130 x 125 mm [2.598 x 5.118 x 4.921 in.])
Dimensions (W x H x D) rotated 90 (122 x 130 x 69 mm [4.803 x 5.118 x 2.717 in.])
Weight Approximately 0.9 kg
Climatic Data
Ambient temperature Operation/storage -25C to +70C (-13F to +158F)/-40C to +85C (-40F to +185F)
Humidity At +25C (+77F) 95%, no condensation
Vibration According to IEC 68-2-6 15 - 150 Hz, 2.3g, 90 minutes

Shock (in all space directions) According to IEC 68-2-6 30g


Pollution degree According to EN 50 178 2
Climatic category According to EN 60 721 3K3

c
Conformance With EMC Directive 89/336/EEC
and Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC

EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility) Requirements QUINT-DC-UPS/24DC/40


Noise Immunity According to EN 61000-6-2: EN 61 000-6-2

Noise Immunity According to EN 61000-6-2 Housing Level 4


EN 61000-4-23) Contact discharge: 4 kV 8 kV
Electrostatic discharge Air discharge: 8 kV 15 kV
(ESD)
EN 61000-4-32) Housing Level 3
Electromagnetic HF field Frequency: 80 -1000 MHz 80 - 1000 MHz/1.4 - 2.0 GHz
Field strength: 10 V/m 10 V/m
EN 61000-4-43) Input: 2 kV asymmetrical5) 4 kV (Level 4)
Fast transients (burst): Output: 2 kV asymmetrical5) 2 kV (Level 3)
Signal: 1 kV asymmetrical5) 1 kV (Level 2)
EN 61000-4-53) Input: 2 kV asymmetrical5) 4 kV (Inst. Class 4)
Surge current loads (surge): 2 kV symmetrical4) 2 kV (Inst. Class 4)
Output: 0.5 kV asymmetrical5) 0.5 kV/(Level 1)
0.5 kV symmetrical4) 0.5 kV/(Level 1)
Signal: 1 kV asymmetrical5) 1 kV/(Level 2)
EN 61000-4-62) I/O/S: asymmetrical5) Level 3
Conducted interference Frequency: 0.15 - 80 MHz 0.15 - 80 MHz
U0: 10 V 10 V
EN 61000-4-113) Input: 30% reduction of the input voltage See Input Data:
Voltage dips for 0.5 periods Mains buffering
> 20 ms
Noise Emission According to EN 50081-2
Radio interference emission EN 55011 Class A6) EN 55011 (EN 55022) Class B7)
Radio interference voltage EN 55011 Class A6) EN 55011 (EN 55022) Class B7)
4)
EN 55011 corresponds to CISPR11/EN 55022 corresponds to Symmetrical: Cable to cable.
CISPR22/EN 61000 corresponds to IEC 1000 5) Asymmetrical: Cable to ground.
2) Criterion A: Normal operating characteristics within the 6) Class A: Industrial applications
specified limits. 7) Class B: Industrial and domestic applications
3)
Criterion B: Temporary adverse effects on the operating
characteristics that the device corrects
automatically.

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3. Device View, Connections, and Control Elements

8
7

13
3 14 D
14O DC
OK C
K ++ 9
++
+2
4V
0,2 13
A 3 14 D

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1 DC input, unbuffered 4. Safety Notes and Warning


24 V DC input voltage
(0.5 mm2 to 16 mm2 solid)
Instructions
(0.5 mm2 to 10 mm2 stranded)
(20 - 6 AWG) To ensure that the device can be operated safely
Internal fuse 50 AT and all functions can be used, please read these
2 DC output, buffered instructions carefully.
24 V DC output voltage
(0.5 mm2 to 16 mm2 solid) The QUINT-DC-UPS is a built-in device. Installation
(0.5 mm2 to 10 mm2 stranded) (20 - 6 AWG) and startup must only be carried out by qualified
The device is idling-proof and short-circuit-proof. personnel. The relevant country-specific regulations
3 24 V battery module connection (e.g., VDE, DIN) must also be observed.
4 Floating PDT (11,12,13): Alarm Before startup it is particularly important to ensure
5 Floating PDT (21,22,23): Battery Mode that:
6 Floating PDT (31,32,33): Battery Charge All supply lines have sufficient fuse protection and
7 24 V supply voltage, maximum current limit 0.2 A are the correct size.
for grouped contacts 11, 21, 31 All output cables are the correct size for the maximum
8 Remote shutdown (R1, R2)
9 Universal DIN rail adapter UTA 107 device output current or have separate fuse
0 Red LED: Alarm protection.
! Yellow LED: Battery Mode/Battery Charge Sufficient convection is ensured.
" Green LED: Power In OK The fuse on the battery module is always removed
Buffer time setting 0.5 - 30 minutes when carrying out any work.
$ Battery module/Service setting selection

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5. Installation

5.1. Mounting
The uninterruptible power supply unit together with
the battery module can be snapped onto all DIN rails
according to EN 60715 and should be mounted
horizontally (input terminal blocks facing downwards). 13
3 14 D
14O DC
OK C
K ++
++
+2
4V
0,2 13

Installation Dimensions A 3 14 D

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11 14 O DC
21OK C

20 A
K +
31 + +
R1 + /20

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/232A
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13 R2 /243 2
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No minimum spacing to other modules is B


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5.2. Narrow Mounting Position


The device is supplied ex works for a narrow
mounting position.

Mounting:
Place the module with the DIN rail guideway on the
Mounting
top edge of the DIN rail and then snap it downwards.
Removal:
Release the snap-on catch using a screwdriver and
then detach the module from the bottom edge of the
DIN rail.

5.3. Flat Mounting Position


A flat mounting position can be achieved by
mounting the module onto the DIN rail at a 90 angle. Removal
To do this, mount the DIN rail adapter (UTA 107) 7 as
shown in Figure 07. No additional assembly material is
required. Mounting screws: Torx T10
(torque 0.8 - 0.9 Nm).
Figure 06

Figure 07

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Uninterruptible Power Supply Unit for Universal Use QUINT-DC-UPS/24DC/40

QUINT-DC-UPS
QUINT-BAT/24DC
Power
AC Supply Input Output Battery + Unbuffered
+ + + + Load


DC +

Buffered
Load


DC +

Figure 08

5.4. Connection

The following cable cross sections can be connected:


Solid Stranded AWG Torque
[mm2] [mm2] [Nm]
1 Input: 0.5 - 16 0.5 - 10 20 - 6 1.2 - 1.5
2 Output: 0.5 - 16 0.5 - 10 20 - 6 1.2 - 1.5 13
3 Battery: 0.5 - 16 0.5 - 10 20 - 6 1.2 - 1.5
3 14 D
14O DC
OK C
K ++
4
--8 Signal: 0.2 - 4 0.2 - 2.5 25 - 14 0.5 - 0.6 +2
++

4V
0,2 13
A 3 14 D

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21OK C
QUINT DC-UPS 40 A

K +
31 + +
R1 + /40 A

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11
13
22
R2
R1
DC
/24 2 DC VD
/43 C
PS 24 24V -30 0A
C-U8 6
6 .5 /4
22 DC
23 T-D 2 e: V
connections: Strip 10 mm (0.39 in.) Ala
rm 21
Ba 3
32
33
Re
m R2
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Optput:
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2
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5+1
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3
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connector ends and 7 mm (0.28 in.) Ala


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from the signal connector ends. Ba at.-M


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Ala
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Mo e
t.- arg AP
PR
US OL T
OV INDNTRMEN
COUIP
EQKA
Po Ba -Ch
To maintain UL approvals, use copper cables, which
43

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r In Ba OK TE
D
OK r In LIS
t
m we
Po
are designed for operating temperatures > +75C D
[m ax 0,5 1

Ba
in]

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30
2
3
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In C 24
5
in
(+167F). To meet GL requirements, unused terminal
20
ele 15 10 n
pu c io
+ t V [A t Ser at
40 h] vice
a ll g
s t tin
in nec
3
O A ,4

compartments should be closed. +


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pu
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2
7,
1 2
a d con
R e re
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Ba
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+ r y

5.5. Input (1, Figure 04, Figure 08) Figure 09
The QUINT-DC-UPS is connected to the 24 V DC
output of the power supply via the "Input +" and
"Input -" terminal blocks. The output is isolated from the
input by the internal diode. The stored power is only
supplied to the output. The device is protected against
overcurrent and short circuit by an internal input fuse.

Fuse
Further device protection is not required, as an
internal fuse is present.

If the internal fuse is blown, this is


most probably due to a device fault.
In this case, the device should be
checked in the factory.

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5.6. Output
All devices that must be supplied without interruption
40
in the event of a supply voltage failure 35 12 Ah
("Buffered Load"), are connected to the "Output +" and 30

Current [A]
"Output -" terminal blocks of the DC output (Fig. 08). It 25 7.2 Ah
is recommended that all other loads, which do not 20
require buffering ("Unbuffered Load"), are connected to 15 3.4 Ah
the 24 V DC output of the power supply. 10
5
This increases the buffer time, as this time depends
0
on the output current (see Fig. 10). The internal diode 30 60 90 120
ensures that the buffered loads are isolated from the Time [min.]
unbuffered loads. Figure 10

5.7. Battery Module


The battery module is connected to the
QUINT-DC-UPS via the "Battery +" and "Battery -" at. M
-C od de O IN NT
PR
terminal blocks. To interrupt the charge/discharge ha e
Mo e AP COUIP
rg
e a t.- harg EQKA
current of the battery module, the "Battery module Po B -C 43

U
we t. K
r In Ba
selection" selector switch $ must be set to "Service". nO ED
t
OK
e rI LI
ST
m w
[m ax
in]
0,5 1
2 Po
The fuse on the battery module 3
Ba 30
must be removed when installing or t.-S 2
5
ele 0 15 10
replacing the battery module. V c
[A t Se $
40 h] rvic
e
3
O A ,4
The QUINT-DC-UPS is optimized for use with u 7,2

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1
2
R
QUINT-BAT/24DC type battery modules. be
The following battery modules are recommended: Ba
tte
QUINT-BAT/24DC/3,4AH (Order No. 2866349) + ry
QUINT-BAT/24DC/7,2AH (Order No. 2866352)
QUINT-BAT/24DC/12AH (Order No. 2866365)
When using QUINT-BAT/24DC/3,4AH, the maximum
output current of 25 A must not be exceeded. Figure 11
Following successful installation, the capacity of the
connected battery module must be selected using the
"Battery module selection" rotary switch $.

5.8. Signaling Outputs


The signal outputs are connected via terminal blocks
11/12/13 4, 21/22/23 5 or 31/32/33 6. The contacts
are floating contacts. The plug-in bridge provided can
be used to supply +24 V to grouped contacts 11,21,31.
This means that N/C contacts 12,22,32 and N/O
contacts 13,23,33 can be evaluated as switching
outputs with 0 V and +24 V voltage levels.

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5.9. Remote Shutdown ("Remote", Fig. 12)


The device has a UPS remote shutdown function for
specific shutdown.
Remote shutdown must be deactivated for the device 13
3 14 D
14O DC
to switch to buffer mode in the event of a supply voltage OK C
K ++
failure. ++

Remote Shutdown Off V


0,2 13
A 3 14 D
11 14 O DC
The "Remote shutdown R1" and "Remote 21OK C
K +
31 + +
shutdown R2" terminal points are short circuited R1 +
1 8
(e.g., with a plug-in bridge) OR 2
13 R2
22
The "Remote shutdown R2" terminal point is 11 23 R1
I
supplied with a 24 V DC voltage Al
ar
m
32
33
Re
m R2
ot QUde
21 e Or u
The QUINT-DC-UPS switches to buffer mode in the Ba 3 OF
Inpe
Mo t.- 1 ONF
Optp
event of a supply voltage failure de Ba Ou
Ch t.-
ar
ge
Remote Shutdown On Al
ar
The "Remote shutdown R1" and "Remote Ba
m
ar
m
Ba t.- Al
shutdown R2" terminal points are not connected t.-CMo de
ha de Mo e P
rg t.- arg AP
All LEDs are off e Ba Ch
The QUINT-DC-UPS does not switch to buffer mode
in the event of a supply voltage failure, instead the
Figure 12
U
device is shut down. When the supply voltage is
reapplied, the battery module is charged and the
device remains off until remote shutdown is
deactivated.
Connected loads are supplied as long as the supply
voltage is present

6. Setting Options on the Device


rm
(Fig. 13) B
Ba at.- Al
ar
m
M
t.-C o
ha de de
Mo e
rg
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6.1. Buffer Time Setting Po B -C
we t. K
Buffer mode can be exited after a predefined time r In Ba
nO
has elapsed or by external t
OK
e rI
m w
shutdown (see 6.9). [m ax 0,5 1
in] 2 Po
If the device is to be shut down after a specific time Ba 30
3

t.-S 5
has elapsed, the time can be set via the ele 0
2
15 10
c
selector switch on the front of the device. V [A t Se
40 h] rvic
e
When the supply voltage is reapplied, the device O A 3
,4
ut 1
7,2 $
can switch to buffer mode again. + pu 2
t
6.2. Battery Module Setting Ba
tte
Before startup, the capacity of the battery module + ry
used must be set on the device via the selector switch
$. When replacing the battery, the selector switch
must be set to "Service" (see also 6.7). Figure 13

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7. Method of Operation
In the event of a power failure at the output, the QUINT-DC-UPS supplies all connected devices with a 24 V DC
voltage without interruption at a load current up to 40 A. When the 24 V supply voltage is applied, the connected
battery module is charged. In the event of a supply voltage failure, the battery module is connected to the output,
and the stored power ensures that all connected devices continue to operate without interruption. The professional
signaling via function LEDs and floating PDT contacts enables reliable evaluation of all the main operating states.

7.1. Output Voltage


In normal operation, the QUINT-DC-UPS output voltage corresponds to the usual supply voltage. If the supply
voltage drops more than 1 V in the space of 0.1 seconds or falls below the minimum threshold of 22 V, the device
switches to buffer mode.
If the output voltage drops below 20.4 V in buffer mode, this is indicated by the Alarm indicator.
If the output voltage drops to 19.2 V because the battery module is flat, the device is shut down completely. When
the supply voltage is reapplied, the device automatically switches on again. The device is electronically
short-circuit-proof and idling-proof.

7.2. Signaling
Three floating PDT contacts and three indicators are provided for function monitoring.

Key/Indicators Green " Yellow ! Red 0


Power IN OK Bat. Mode/Charge Alarm
Supply voltage OK, ON Flashing OFF
battery module charging
Supply voltage OK, ON OFF OFF
battery module charged (normal operation)
Buffer mode OFF ON OFF

Battery module flat OFF OFF ON

- Battery module quality test negative ON OFF ON


- No battery module
- Service
- Buffer time elapsed OFF OFF OFF
- Remote shutdown activated

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xx - xx: Contact closed,
1x Alarm, 2x Battery Mode, 3x Battery Charge
x1 group contact, x2 N/C contact, x3 N/O contact

Key/Output Bat. Charge Bat. Mode Alarm


6 5 4
Supply voltage OK, 31 - 33 21 - 22
battery module charging
Supply voltage OK, 31 - 32 21 - 22
battery module charged (normal operation)
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Buffer mode 31 - 32 21 - 23

Battery module flat 31 - 32 21 - 22 11 - 13

- Battery module quality test negative 31 - 32 21 - 22 11 - 13


- No battery module
- Service
- Buffer time elapsed 21 - 22 11 - 13
05/01/05

- Remote shutdown activated

7.3. Temperature Response


The charging rate of the connected battery module depends on the temperature.
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7.4. Testing the Battery Module


A quality test is carried out on the battery module once a week and its presence is verified every minute.
A negative test result is indicated by the Alarm indicator.

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