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The Panduit no battery, maintenance-free UPS lowers the risk of downtime, provides lower TCO and features easy integration and remote device management.

The Panduit no battery, maintenance-free UPS lowers the risk of downtime, provides lower TCO and features easy integration and remote device management.

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Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) Presentation Transcript

  • 4/1/2014 Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) 1
  • Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) 2 • No battery design eliminates the #1 cause of UPS failures • Maintenance-free lowers the risk of downtime associated with lack of maintenance and lowers cost of ownership • Improved integration into control panels or equipment cabinets  Remote management of multiple devices  User interface through standard web browser  FactoryTalk® network interface with EtherNet/IP™  Compact, single device saves space  –40 to +60 deg C (-40 to +140°F) operating temperature range FactoryTalk® is registered by Rockwell Automation in the Patent and Trademark Office of the United States. EtherNet/IP trademark of ODVA.
  • 3 Why do you need a UPS? • US manufacturing firms experience an average 3.9 power interruption events per year • Most power interruptions are very short duration (blips) • Power “blips” result in long restart times, of 3 to 5 minutes, for microprocessor-based devices such as managed switches and Human Machine Interfaces (HMIs) • These power interruptions cost US manufacturing firms an average of $2107 per event, or $8,217 per year • A UPS can pay for itself in 1 to 3 months by preventing equipment restarts caused by short power interruptions Source: The Cost of Power Disturbances to Industrial & Digital Economy Companies EPRI’s Consortium for Electric Infrastructure for a Digital Society (CEIDS) Percent of establishments by number of outages in a typical year (Avg. # 3.9) Average cost per outage by duration View slide
  • “Batteries are a pain in the UPS” 4 • Battery failures are the #1 cause of UPS failures • Battery UPS units require frequent maintenance such as inspection, testing and replacement • Frequent maintenance drives up operating and overhead costs • Batteries typically require Hazardous Waste disposal methods • Batteries can “outgas” Hydrogen which can build up to dangerous levels inside an enclosure Source: Addressing the Leading Root Causes of Downtime, Emerson Network Power Top root causes of downtime cited by data center professionals. Totals exceed 100 percent because data center professionals cited multiple root- causes over a period of two years. View slide
  • A No Battery, Maintenance-Free UPS solution 5 • Modern ultracapacitors instead of rechargeable batteries • Maintenance-free, up to 20 year life, with half the cost of ownership compared to ordinary battery UPS • No capacity loss at low temperatures and less impact on life at high temperatures (compared to batteries) • Patent pending “stack balancing” provides the most energy storage in the least amount of space • Patent pending “predictive monitoring” monitors temperature to measure capacity over time
  • Better UPS device management 6 • Ethernet communications provides remote monitoring instead of serial or USB cable and a laptop • Standard web browser can be used to manage all devices from the office, plant floor or mobile device • Plug-and-play interoperability with Rockwell Automation FactoryTalk® network devices  No “visiting” every device  No opening cabinets  No PPE gear required  No software to download  No software to configure  No host device limitations  FactoryTalk® View faceplates  EtherNet/IP CONFORMANCE TESTED™ FactoryTalk® is registered by Rockwell Automation in the Patent and Trademark Office of the United States. EtherNet/IP CONFORMANCE TESTED™ is a certification mark of ODVA.
  • Improved UPS Integration 7 • Single, compact 80mm wide unit saves DIN rail space – Typical battery UPS is 2 pieces, 120-240mm wide combined • Wide operating temperature range of -40 to +60° C (-40 to +140°F) • No need to oversize the battery for low temperature operation • No premium for long life, high temperature operation • No chance of Hydrogen “outgassing” from battery charge – No need to vent enclosure to avoid gas buildup • Supports dual, redundant power supply configurations (with optional accessory Load Sense Module)
  • Target Applications 8 Backup for devices with long restart times after a power interruption • Industrial Managed Switches – Allen-Bradley® Stratix™ series – Cisco IE3000 (IE3K) series – Provides backup power for 2 base switches or base switch plus expansion modules • Human Machine Interfaces – Allen-Bradley® PanelView Plus™ models 400 and 600 • Other low power 24VDC devices – Up to 35W Output Load capacity Allen-Bradley® is registered by Rockwell Automation in the Patent and Trademark Office of the United States. Stratix™ is a trademark of Rockwell Automation. PanelView Plus™ is a trademark of Rockwell Automation.
  • 9 Additional Details
  • Customer Drawing – UPS003024024015 10
  • Customer Drawing – UPS003LSM 11
  • UPS Specification Sheet 12
  • Web Browser Interface Screens 13
  • Remote Management with FactoryTalk® View Faceplate 14 • Panduit UPS is the only DC UPS with an Ethernet interface – Alternatives are expensive rack mount, AC units intended for Data Center environments – Allows remote monitoring Zone Network “health” – Power Supplies and Temperature • EtherNet/IP CONFORMANCE TESTED™ for easy plug-and-play integration with Rockwell Automation FactoryTalk® network devices – EtherNet/IP™ and FactoryTalk® Network support files downloadable UPS Faceplate on A-B HMI FactoryTalk® is registered by Rockwell Automation in the Patent and Trademark Office of the United States. EtherNet/IP CONFORMANCE TESTED™ is a certification mark of ODVA. EtherNET/IP trademark of ODVA.
  • EtherNet/IP™ Object Model Data (partial) 15 EtherNET/IP™ trademark of ODVA.
  • Dual, redundant power supply configuration 16 Optional Load Sense Module (LSM) for IA UPS • Senses load not powered by UPS • Eliminates extra heat in pass-through mode • Allows UPS to monitor Primary and Secondary power supplies, and load device System Block Diagram