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BATTERYCHARGER/RECTIFIER
RDA/RDATSERIESUSERMANUAL











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ATTENTION!

This manual contains instructions concerning the installation and putting into operation of the
RECTIFIER. Read the manual carefully before currying out installation, which must be done by a
trained person.

Because of this, the manual contains essential information about the usage of the equipment and also
the RECTIFIER must be kept in a safe place and consulted before operating.



SAFETY REGULATIONS


THE RECTIFIER MUST NOT BE USED UNLESS IT IS CONNECTED TO EARTH

The first connection to make is the connection between the grounding lead and the terminal
indicated with the symbol:


HIGH VOLTAGES ARE PRESENT INSIDE THE EQUIPMENT EVEN WHEN THE INPUT
AND BATTERY SWICHES ARE OPEN, BESIDES IN THE THREEPHASE OUTPUT
VERSIONS A PART OF THE POWER CIRCUITS REMAINS CONNECTED TO THE INPUT
NEUTRAL.

All maintenance operations inside the RECTIFIER must the carried out only by trained personnel.


IF IT IS NECESSARY TO REPLACE THE FUSES, THEY MUST BE REPLACED WITH
OTHER FUSES OF THE SAME TYPE.

TO INTERRUPT THE POWER SUPPLY TO THE UTILITIES IN DANGEROUS CONDITIONS,
OPEN ALL THE SWICHES LOCATED BEHIND THE FRONT DOOR.











The company reserves the right to make changes to the product described in this manual at any time
and without notice for reasons of improvement.

THE BATTERY GROUP SHOULD BE CHANGED IF NECESSARY ONLY BY QUALIFIED
PERSONNEL. TO ELIMINATE REPLACED PARTS IT IS OBLIGATORY TO DELIVER
THEM TO ONE OF THE SPECIAL CONSORTIUMS FOR DISPOSAL BY RECYCLING.
THE BATTERIES ARE CLASSIFIED TOXIC WASTE BY LAW.

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RDA/RDAT AUTOMATION BATTERY CHARGER
The Battery Charger is SCR controlled AC/DC rectifier with automatic constant voltage and
constant current ability.On LCD panel , you can see all measurement values , real time base events
and failures and communicate remotly with in RS 232 or RS485 port. All operations are controlled
and progressed by micro controller. Adjustable timer is used for boost charging the batteries
automatically. Output current, battery current , boost and Float Charge Voltages are adjustable on
the control panel easily. The Timer is a decrementing counter by one hour. The Charger output gives
the boost charging voltage by setting the timer to any value larger than zero. The Charger returns to
floating voltage level when the timer value reaches to zero.
Also automatic boost charge can be selected on menu.The automatic boost menu has the options for
selecting the boost and float current accroding to battery capacity. The user should set the suitable
float and boost currents of the battery before selecting the automatic boost option. After the set-up
the automatic boost function will monitor the battery current and select boost or float option by
referring to the set values. If the charging current is higher than set boost current the system will
select boost and if the charging current is lower than set float current the system will select float
option. In case low battery alarm the automatic boost will select boost option until the battery
charging current reaches to the set float value.
The input and output of the charger are protected against to misuse and line disturbances
electronically. Input and output can be switched by circuit breakers individually. It has self-
protection against to over temperature. The alarm contacts can be used for external system in the
case of any anomaly. The output is fully isolated from the AC line input. The Charger has a modular
design to provide service and maintenance simplicity. The outputs of the Battery Chargers can be
connected in parallel according to need.

Standart Features
Adjustable Timer for Boost Charging
Adjustable Boost and Float Charge Voltages
Automatic Boost Charge Selection according to boost / float current set value
Adjustable Rectifier Output Current and Battery Charge Current
LCD Display for DC Load / Battery Voltage ,DC Load / Battery Current , Input AC
Voltage /
Line Current/ Frequency
Event History for all Electrical values and failures
Automatic and Manuel Battery Test
Boost inhibit facility for interlock redundant application
Output Filter Inductor and DC Longlife Capacitor
Electronic Over / Under Voltage, Over Current and Short Circuit Protections
Isolated Output by Input Transformer and output halleffect current module
Parallel Redundant Operation
Boost and Float dropper control output for Ni-Cd and Lead Acid Battery
Input Filter and input surge Voltage protection
Internal Over Temperature protection
Temperature Compensation for Battery
Low Battery Indication and Alarm contacts
Rectifier Failure Indication and Alarm contacts
Rectifier Over Voltage Indication and Alarm contacts

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Over Temperature Indication and Alarm contacts
Line Failure Indication and Alarm contacts
Input MCB Indication and Alarm contacts
Load MCB Indication and Alarm contacts
Battery MCB Indication and Alarm contacts
Reverse Battery Connection Protection
Reset Button
RS- 232 communication
Options
Communication RS485 (Monitoring and Parameter setting)
Silicon Dropper Module For Load Output ( Load voltage output 5 % )
Rectifier and Battery Group with the same cabin
LVD Deep Discharge Battery Protection contactor
Earth Fault Indication and Alarm contacts
Boost inhibit interlocking function with extra mechanical relays










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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
GENERAL
Model RDATSeries
Topology
6Pulse/12PulseThyristorcontrolledAC/DCRectifierwithinput
isolationtransformer
INPUT
NominalVoltage
220VAC/230VAC/240VAC15%
380VAC/400VAC/415VAC15%
NominalFrequency 50/60Hz5%
PowerFactor >0.8
Transformer Galvanicallyisolated/Primary&SecondaryEarthScreened
InputProtection
ThermicMagneticOvercurrentprotectionMCB,Overvoltage
protection
OUTPUT
FloatingOutputVoltage 24VDC1%/48VDC1%/110VDC1%/220VDC1%
OutputVoltageAdjustment
24VDCsystembetween10VDCand30VDC
48VDCsystembetween30VDCand60VDC
110VDCsystembetween90VDCand160VDC
220VDCsystembetween190VDCand290VDC
NominalOutputCurrent 30A/60A/100A/200A/400A
OutputCurrentAdjustment 0100%ofNominalOutputCurrent
BoostChargeVoltage
100%to120%ofFloatingOutputVoltage
Boostvoltage(V/C) (1,60VNiCDbattery(adjustable))
Floatvoltage(V/C) (1,40VNiCDbattery(adjustable))
OutputRipple 1%RMSACofOutputVoltage
DynamicResponse(w/outbatterygroup) 10%ofOutputVoltageat200msec(100%loadchange)
DynamicResponse(withbatterygroup) 2%ofOutputVoltageat200msec(100%loadchange)
BatteryChargingPrinciple ConstantCurrent/ConstantVoltage
OverVoltageRating
125%for10minutes
150%for60seconds
1000%for5cycles
105%continuous
OutputProtection
ShortCircuit,MCB,Overvoltageprotectionandreversepolarity
protection
Filtering LCFilter
GENERAL
BatteryTest Automaticormanualselectable
EventHistory
ACLineInputhigh/Low,Rectifieroutputhigh/Low,Batterytest
failed,Overtemperature,LowBattery,Line/Battery/LoadMCB
eventsaredisplayedontimebaseinthefrontpanel
BoostTimer 099,9hoursadjustableby1minuteaccuracy
Cooling Forcedfanswithsmartfancontrollingsystem
IsolationVoltage 3000VACinput/chassisandoutput/chassis
Efficiencyatfullload >90%
MTBF 100,000Hrs.(w/outbatterygroup)
OperatingTemperature 10/+40C
ProtectionLevel IP21(HigherIPavailableasoption)
EnclosureMaterial
MildSteel,Zincphosphatecoated;100melectrostaticpaint;1.5mm
thickness
CableEntry FrontBottom
RelativeHumidity 5%to90%noncondensing
CircuitBreakers Input:Magneticcircuitbreakers;Output:Magneticcircuitbreakers
AcVoltmeter AttheInput
DISPLAYPANEL
Measurements
LCDDisplaysforLoadOutputVoltage/Current,BatteryOutput
Voltage/CurrentandLineVoltage/Frequency

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Indicators
BoostCharging,FloatCharging,ChargerFailure,Overvoltage,Over
temperature,Lowbattery,Undervoltage,Batteryending,Battery
test,EarthFaultandInputPowerOK
Buttons TimerSetting,BoostVoltageSetting,FloatVoltageSetting,Output
currentsetting,batterycurrentsetting,automaticboostsettingand
Resetbuttons
EventHistory ACLineInputhigh/Low,Rectifieroutputhigh/Low,Batterytest
failed,Overtemperature,LowBattery,Line/Battery/LoadMCB
eventsaredisplayedontimebase.
FREEALARMCONTACTS
Openorclosedfreealarmcontacts
MainsSwitchFailure,BatterySwitchFailure,LoadSwitchFailure,
RectifierFailure,LowBatteryfailure,RectifierOverOutputVoltage,
LineFailure,OverTemperature,EarthFaultandLowLevel
Electrolyte(option)
ENVIRONMENT
OperatingTemperature 10/+50C
RelativeHumidity 590%
OperatingAltitude Max.3000Mt.
NoiseLevel Max.60db
ElectricalStandards EN500911(Security)/EN500912(EMC)
COMMUNICATION&PARALLELING
OptionalCommunication
RS232/485communicationareavailabletomonitorandcontrol
overLocalAreaNetwork&Internet
Paralleling N+1(Noneedforextrapartforparalleling)
DROPPERDIODES(OPTIONAL)
VoltageRegulationviaDropperDiode
Dropperdiodesforfloatorboostchargemaybeutilizedupon
request.Atdischargethedropperdiodeswillbeeliminatedoutof
theloadcircuit.
BOOSTINHIBITINTERLOCK(OPTIONAL)
BoostInhibitInterlockSystem
Whenboostinhibitoptionisimplementedparallelredundantmode
forinterlockapplicationinhibitsoneoftherectifiersboostoperation
LVDandEARTHFAULTPROTECTION(OPTIONAL)
LVDandEarthFaultProtections
LVDprotectionthroughmechanicalrelay
EarthFaultProtectionviadedicatedextraPCB

















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AUTO BOOST FUNCTION (STANDARD FUNCTION)

Battery voltage
Time hour
Boost voltage
Float voltage
6 8 0
Battery current
Time hour
8 6
Charge current
Boost current
Float current
0
Boost
Float
Battery Output
Amper ( I )
Voltage (V)
Battery automatic boost/float charge technique
Constant voltage / constant current rectifier output
V/I characteristics


BATTERY TEST FUNCTION (STANDARD FUNCTION)

Battery test function tests the total battery voltage and gives information back to the user. Battery
test duration is 20 second and this is a fixed value. When battery test starts the charging voltage is
set to 100VDC for 20 second and microprocessor monitors the battery voltage during this period. If
the battery voltage is below 100VDC then Battery Fail Alarm turns ON and charger returns back to
float voltage. If the battery voltage is low this event is recorded to event log. The test intervals can
be set from the front panel and user interface. The battery test can be automatic with set intervals or
it can be started manually as per user instructions on page 12 and 13.



AUTO BOOST FUNCTION

The automatic boost menu has the
options for selecting the boost and
float current accroding to battery
capacity.

The user should set the suitable float
and boost currents of the battery
before selecting the automatic boost
option.

After the set-up the automatic boost
function will monitor the battery
current and select boost or float
option by referring to the set values.

If the charging current is higher than
set boost current the system will
select boost and if the charging
current is lower than set float current
the system will select float option.

In case low battery alarm the
automatic boost will select boost
option until the battery charging
current reaches to the set float value.

Option: Boost inhibit function is
available in parallel operations to
prevent over voltage (page 9)

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BOOST INHIBIT INTERLOCKING FUNCTION (OPTIONAL)



Boost Inhibit Function is necessarily employed when two DC Chargers with two battery groups
operate in a parallel redundant mode. In parallel operation, if two rectifiers start boost-charging at
the same time there is danger the load would be damaged by overvoltage. So, the principle idea of
Inhibit facility is to block any one of the two chargers feeding the load in Boost mode when the
other rectifier is charging the batteries in Boost mode; so the system prevents applying overvoltage
to the load. This function is primarily handled by a powerful communication between two rectifiers
and the use of contactors (demonstrated as C1 and C2 in above SLD).

Operation: When first charger is in Boost mode C1 becomes OFF and Rectifier 2 continues to feed
the load in Float mode (C2 is ON). Unless Rectifier 1 returns to Float mode, Rectifier 2 cant switch
to Boost mode continues to operate on Float mode. Rectifier 2 can only be taken to Boost mode
when C1 becomes ON and Rectifier 1 returns to Float mode.








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DROPPER DIODES IN PARALLEL OPERATION WITH ONE BATTERY
GROUP (OPTIONAL)


With one battery group boost inhibit interlock system can not be used. In parallel configuration with
one battery group dropper diodes has to be installed to regulate the load voltage during boost
charging as per below diagram.









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BATTERY CHARGER USER INSTRUCTION

PROCEED TO START UP THE CHARGER AS FOLLOWS:

1. MAKE THE ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS OF THE CHARGER TO THE INPUT LINE
TERMINALS AND CLOSE (MAKE ON) THE LINE SWITCH.
2. MAKE THE ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS OF THE BATTERY GROUP TO THE
BATTERY OUTPUT (+/-) TERMINALS OF THE CHARGER.
3. ON THE CHARGER DISPLAY, READ THE BATTERY VOLTAGE AND ADJUST IF IT
IS NECESSARY.
FOR EACH 12 VDC MAINTANANCE FREE LEAD ACID BATTERY, CHARGE
VOLTAGE CAN BE BETWEEN 13.6 13.8 VDC.
FOR EACH 1.2 VDC NI-CAD NICKEL CADMIUM BATTERY CELL, CHARGE
VOLTAGE CAN BE BETWEEN 1.45 1.50 VDC.

4. CLOSE (MAKE ON) THE BATTERY SWITCH AND READ THE BATTERY CHARGE
CURRENT ON THE CHARGER DISPLAY AND ADJ UST IF IT IS NECESSARY.
(NORMALY, BATTERY CHARGE CURRENT CAN BE 15 % OF BATTERY AMP
HOUR)
5. MAKE THE ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS OF THE LOAD TO THE DC LOAD
OUTPUT (+/-) THERMINALS OF THE CHARGER.
6. CLOSE (MAKE ON) THE LOAD SWITCH AND CONTROL DC VOLTAGE AND
CURRENT ON THE CHARGER DISPLAY.

ATTENTION!

1. DONT CONNECT THE BATTERY GROUP (+/-) TERMINALS IN REVERSE
POLARITY CONNECTION.
2. DONT MAKE SHORT CIRCUIT THE BATTERY / LOAD OUTPUT (+/-) TERMINALS.
3. THE BATTERY SWITCH MUST BE LEFT OPEN (OFF POSITION) WHEN THE
CHARGER IS NOT OPERATING.

1 Phase Input/Output/Battery Connections



3 Phase Input/Output/Battery Connections



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LCD FRONT PANEL USER INSTRUCTIONS


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LCD FRONT PANEL USER INSTRUCTIONS
MAIN MENU: BATTERY CHARGER
UP: When UP button is pressed the charger is RESET the microprocessor
DOWN: When DOWN button is pressed the charger turns OFF
MENU1:
L1, L2, L3: Input voltage
F: Input Frequency
Lin: Input Current
MENU2:
Vb: Battery Voltage
VI: Load Voltage
Ib: Battery Current
IL: Load Current
MENU3:
Boost V: Boost Voltage (can be set from front panel and user interface RS232/RS485)
Float V: Float Voltage (can be set from front panel and user interface RS232/RS485)
MENU4:
Low Bat V: Low battery value to give low battery alarm and cutoff load and battery connection
with LVD contactor(contactor optional) (can be set from front panel and user interface
RS232/RS485)
MENU5:
Boost I: Boost Current (can be set from front panel and user interface RS232/RS485)
Float I: Float Current (can be set from front panel and user interface RS232/RS485)
MENU6:
Out I: Total output current (Load+Battery Current) (can be set from front panel and user
interface RS232/RS485)
Charge I: Battery charging current (can be set from front panel and user interface
RS232/RS485)
MENU7:
A b Test: Auto battery test time. This time indicates the time interval for executing the battery
test
M Boost: Sets the boost charge timing. If manual boost option is selected this time will indicate
the manual boost time or if auto boost option is selected this time will indicate the auto boost time
(can be set from front panel and user interface RS232/RS485)
MENU8:
Boost Ch: This allows to select boost charging option.
Boost charge options 1: Auto Boost, 2: Boost Charge OFF 3: Manual Boost
Battery Test: This allows to select battery test option.
Battery test options 1: Auto Test, 2: Battery Test OFF 3: Manual Battery Test
MENU9:
Date: Set the current date. This date will appear in event log during events
Time: Set the current time. This time will appear in event log during events
MENU10:
Events: Event logs can be monitored via this menu please refer to instructions in page12

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COMMUNICATION INTERFACE


Remote monitoring and parameter setting through RS232 / RS485 is available for the rectifier.






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General procedures for the user interface:

To start communication, select comport which is connected from the COMPORT box.
And push START / STOP COMMUNICATION button.
Do not use , while setting a parameter. Use . for float numbers
Do not use ENTER to save a parameter. Use SAVE button to save.
Push READ COMPLETE HISTORY button to read all event history.
CLEAR HISTORY clears screen. But this operation does not erase history from the memory.
Using READ COMPLETE HISTORY button, you can recall all history on screen at any
time
To set date and time, use the format given below. Use : between dates and times. And pres
SAVE button.

Example:
20:05:10
18:55

Parameter setting procedure:

You can set parameters while START / STOP COMMUNICATION button is colored in
RED. If START / STOP button is GREEN colored it means that data is being received
through communication and while data is being received parameters can not be set before
stopping the data transfer. You can push START / STOP button to stop data receiving mode
and be ready to set parameters from the screen. Once the color is RED it is ready to set
parameters. Set any value on the white boxes provided under SET PARAMETER screen and
push SAVE button to set the parameters. And push START / STOP COMMUNICATION
button to receive the real time data from the charger after setting the parameters. This action
will turn on the monitoring mode back again

Parameter descriptions:

RECT Imax: Total rectifier output (Battery+Load current) current limit can be set. Rectifier
output voltage will not allow higher currents than the set value

BAT Imax: Battery charging current limit of battery can be set. Rectifier battery charging
current will not allow higher currents than the set value

Note: Max Load current value can be set indirectly by setting the RECT Imax and
BAT I max values

BAT TEST: This parameter sets battery test condition. If it is equal 1, automatic battery test
is ON. If it is equal 2, battery test is OFF. If it is equal 3, manual battery test is available,
select 3 and push save button to start battery test manually.

BAT TEST TIME: This parameter sets automatic battery test time between 0.1 99.9 hour.

LOW BATTERY VOLTAGE: This parameter sets min DC voltage value where rectifier
gives low battery alarm and cut off the load connection of battery via LVD contactor(option)

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FLOAT Vdc : Float charge voltage of battery group can be set.

BOOST: This parameter sets boost charge condition. if it is equal 1, automatic boost is ON.
If it is equal 2, boost is OFF. If it is equal 3, manual boost is available, select 3 and push save
button to start boost charge manually.

BOOST Vdc : Boost charge voltage of battery group can be set.

BOOST TIME: This parameter sets manual/auto boost charge time between 0.1 99.9
hour.

I FLOAT: This parameter sets current value where rectifier returns float charge from
automatic boost charge.

I BOOST: This parameter sets current value where rectifier go automatic boost charge from
float charge.

AUTO BOOST FUNCTION

The automatic boost menu has the
options for selecting the boost and
float current accroding to battery
capacity.

The user should set the suitable float
and boost currents of the battery
before selecting the automatic boost
option.

After the set-up the automatic boost
function will monitor the battery
current and select boost or float
option by referring to the set values.

If the charging current is higher than
set boost current the system will
select boost and if the charging
current is lower than set float current
the system will select float option.

In case low battery alarm the
automatic boost will select boost
option until the battery charging
current reaches to the set float value.


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Battery Charger Block Schema :
LOAD
LINE
PROTECTION
C
L
CONTACTS
FILTER & INPUT ISOLATION
TRANSFORMER
RECTIFIER MODULE OUTPUT FILTER
BATTERY PROTECTION
AUTOMATION
CONTROL PCB
CONTROL PCB
CONTROL PANEL
SUPPLY PCB
ALARM
BATTERY
GROUP




BATTERY CHARGER CONTACTS INFORMATION

Warning Contacts
Battery charger gives 3 status information :

Line : If line switch closes or fails, warning light, on front panel, goes out and also
warning relay leaves the contact and gives free contact information.

Battery : If battery switch closes or fails, warning light, on front panel, goes out and also
warning relay leaves the contact and gives free contact information.

Load : If load switch closes or fails, warning light, on front panel, goes out and also
warning relay leaves the contact and gives free contact information.


Alarm Contacts
Battery charger gives nine different failure warning information.

Low Battery : After main electricity goes off, battery group which maintains load and when
reaching end of discharge voltage, leaves load from battery group with contactor. Alarm LED on the
front panel turns ON and also gives free contact information.

Battery Ending : After main electricity goes off, battery group which maintains load and when
reaching approximately 11 VDC (VRLA) for each battery. Alarm LED on the front panel turns ON

Earth Fault : If the chassis of battery charger or ground line have leakage current greater
than 30 mA. Alarm LED on the front panel turns ON and also gives free contact information.


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Under Voltage : When a low voltage failure happens in the battery charger output voltage, the
battery charger stops. Alarm LED on the front panel turns ON

Over Voltage : When an over voltage failure happens in the battery charger output voltage,
the battery charger stops. Alarm LED on the front panel turns ON and also gives free contact
information.

Mains Failure : When electricity goes off Alarm LED on the front panel turns ON and also
gives free contact information.

Charger Failure : When the battery charger failure occurs Alarm LED on the front panel turns
ON and also gives free contact information..

Over Temperature : When the battery chargers operating temperature is higher than 50 C or
Fan failure situation happens, battery charger cut off the output. Alarm LED on the front panel turns
ON and also gives free contact information.


































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1 PHASE INPUT BATTERY CHARGER CONNECTIONS


+
LINE INPUT
P + N
BATTERY
_ _
LOAD
LINE
INPUT
Neutral
Ground
Phase
- -
+
--
+
LOAD
BATTERY
BATTERY
BATTERY CHARGER
RECTI FI ER
MENU SET MENU SELECT
LI NE
~
LOAD
=
- +








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1 PHASE INPUT BATTERY CHARGERS VIEW


Input / Output
Connections
Side View (Right)
Front View
Front Panel
BATTERY LINE INPUT
P N
LOAD
_
+ +
_
Module
Diyot
Module
Thyristor
Thermostat
Capasitor
Filter
LEM
Current Module
Filter Inductor
Transformer
Back View
Side View (Left)
220VAC Fan
Input Isolation
Transformer
Control PCB
Supply
BATTERY CHARGER
RECTI FI ER
MENU SET
LI NE ~
BATTERY
MENU SELECT
=
+ -
LOAD











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3 PHASE INPUT BATTERY CHARGER CONNECTIONS




LOAD
BATTERY
Ground
Neutral
--
+
- -
+
LOAD
+
_
BATTERY
+
_
LINE
INPUT
L1
L2
L3
L2
LINE
L1 L3 N

BATTERY ENDING
CURRENT MODE
LOWBATTERY
BATTERRY FAIL
LINE FAILURE
OVER VOLTAGE
UNDER VOLTAGE
OVER TEMPERATURE
BATTERY CHARGER
RECTIFIER
FLOAT MODE
BOOST MODE
RECTIFIER FAILURE
BATTERY
LOAD LINE
+ -
MENU SELECT MENU SET






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3 PHASE INPUT PARALLEL BATTERY CHARGER CONNECTIONS




N
LINE INPUT
L2 L1 L3 +
_
+
_
RECTIFIER 1 RECTIFER 2
+
_
+
_
RED. 1 RED. 2
N L2 L3 L1
-- + + - -
L1 L1 L2 L2 L3 L3
Ground
LINE INPUT BATTERY LOAD
BATTERY LOAD

BATTERY ENDING
CURRENT MODE
LOW BATTERY
BATTERRY FAIL
LINE FAILURE
OVER VOLTAGE
UNDER VOLTAGE
OVER TEMPERATURE
BATTERY CHARGER
RECTIFIER
FLOAT MODE
BOOST MODE
RECTIFIER FAILURE
BATTERY
LOAD LINE
+ -
MENU SELECT MENU SET

BATTERY ENDING
CURRENT MODE
LOWBATTERY
BATTERRY FAIL
LINE FAILURE
OVER VOLTAGE
UNDER VOLTAGE
OVER TEMPERATURE
BATTERY CHARGER
RECTIFIER
FLOAT MODE
BOOST MODE
RECTIFIER FAILURE
BATTERY
LOAD LINE
+ -
MENU SELECT MENU SET











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3 PHASE INPUT BATTERY CHARGERS VIEW





Connections
Input / Output
Front View
Digital Front
Module-1
LEM Current
Side View (Right)
Back View
220VAC Fan
Side View (Left)
Output Isolation
Transformer
Thermostat
Diode
Control PCB
Supply Transformer
PCB
Thyristor Module
Panel
N L3 L1
LINE
L2
_
+
BATTERY
_
+
LOAD
Filter Inductor
=
BATTERY CHARGER
RECTI FI ER
MENU SET
~ LI NE
MENU SELECT
+ -
LOAD
BATTERY










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48 VDC RECTIFIER WITH BATTERY GROUP

DIMENSIONS: H: 94 x W:44 x D:55 in cm
(4 x 160 Ah Batteries to be housed)

LINE LINE
SWITCH P
BATTERY
SWITCH N + --
BATT.
LOAD
SWITCH
(48VDC ~51VDC)
48VDC
- -
+ --
--
+
+ - -
--
+
+
Group
DC Power Supply / Battery Charger
Connections
Line Input / Battery and Load Output
Cable Canal
Input / Output
Battery Group
Front Panel
48VDC RECTIFIER KABINENT WITH BATTERY GROUP
RED
BLACK
BATTERY GROUP CONNECTIONS
(4 BATTERIES IN SERIES)
48VDC SYSTEM
=
BATTERY CHARGER
RECTI FI ER
MENUSET
~ LI NE
MENU SELECT
+ -
LOAD
BATTERY



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DC POWER SUPPLY / BATTERY CHARGER

110 VDC RECTIFIER WITH BATTERY GROUP

DIMENSIONS: H: 174 x W:68 x D:64 in cm
(9 x 200 Ah Batteries to be housed)

DC Power Supply / Battery Charger
Group
Connections
Line Input / Battery and Load Output
Cable Canal
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Battery Group
Front Panel
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LOAD
BATTERY


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DC POWER SUPPLY / BATTERY CHARGER

1 PHASE ELECTRICAL BLOCK SCHEMA



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DC POWER SUPPLY / BATTERY CHARGER


1 PHASE RECTIFIER CONTROL PCB LAYOUT



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DC POWER SUPPLY / BATTERY CHARGER

1 PHASE RECTIFIER CONTROL PCB CIRCUIT SCHEMA


29

DC POWER SUPPLY / BATTERY CHARGER

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DC POWER SUPPLY / BATTERY CHARGER
3 PHASE RECTIFIER CONTROL PCB LAYOUT





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DC POWER SUPPLY / BATTERY CHARGER
3 PHASE RECTIFIER CONTROL PCB CIRCUIT SCHEMA













32

DC POWER SUPPLY / BATTERY CHARGER
FREE CONTACTS & COMMUNICATION CONTROL PCB LAYOUT



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DC POWER SUPPLY / BATTERY CHARGER
COMMUNICATION PCB CIRCUIT SCHEMA





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DC POWER SUPPLY / BATTERY CHARGER

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DC POWER SUPPLY / BATTERY CHARGER

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DC POWER SUPPLY / BATTERY CHARGER
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38

DC POWER SUPPLY / BATTERY CHARGER
COMPONENT LIST

Input Fuse 1 Unit 1 Unit
Output Load Fuse 1 Unit 1 Unit
Input Isolation Transformer 1 Unit 1 Unit
Filter Inductor 1 Unit 1 Unit
Thyristor Module 1 Unit 3 Unit
Diyot Module 1 Unit -
Output Filter Capacitor 1 Unit 1 Unit
Relay 2 Unit 2 Unit
Fan 220VAC 1 Unit 1 Unit
Thermostat (40C) 1 Unit 1 Unit
Thermostat (70C) 1 Unit 1 Unit
DC Supply Control PCB 1 Unit 1 Unit
Digital Front Panel 1 Unit 1 Unit
Automation Control PCB (Optional) 1 Unit 1 Unit
Battery Charge Current Adjustment PCB
(Optional)
1 Unit 1 Unit
Leakage Current PCB (Optional) 1 Unit 1 Unit
Contactor (Optional) 1 Unit 1 Unit
Supply Transformer 1 Unit 1 Unit
Heatsink 1 Unit 1 Unit
LEM Current Module 1 Unit 1 Unit
Case 1 Unit 1 Unit












39

DC POWER SUPPLY / BATTERY CHARGER
WEIGHTS & DIMENSIONS



220 VAC (1 PHASE) INPUT LINE
Output
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Output
Current
Weight
(kg)
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12-24 VDC 10 Amp. 15 41 x 22 x 33
12-24 VDC 30 Amp. 36,5 41 x 22 x 33
12-24 VDC 60 Amp. 51,5 57 x 39 x 41
12-24 VDC 100 Amp. 95 66 x 38 x 48
12-24 VDC 200 Amp. 144 73 x 45 x 53
48 VDC 10 Amp. 20 41 x 22 x 33
48 VDC 30 Amp. 40 57 x 39 x 41
48 VDC 60 Amp. 65 66 x 38 x 48
48 VDC 100 Amp. 188 73 x 45 x 53
110 VDC 10 Amp. 45 57 x 39 x 41
110 VDC 30 Amp. 65,5 57 x 39 x 41
110 VDC 60 Amp. 80 73 x 45 x 53
110 VDC 100 Amp. 190 73 x 45 x 53
380 VAC (3 PHASE) INPUT LINE
Output
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Output
Current
Weight
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12-24 VDC 30 Amp. 45 57 x 39 x 41
12-24 VDC 60 Amp. 73 66 x 38 x 48
12-24 VDC 100 Amp. 90 66 x 38 x 48
12-24 VDC 200 Amp. 120 73 x 45 x 53
48 VDC 30 Amp. 55 66 x 38 x 48
48 VDC 60 Amp. 65 66 x 38 x 48
48 VDC 100 Amp. 90 70 x 45 x 53
48 VDC 200 Amp. 120 77 x 51 x 71
110 VDC 10 Amp. 65 57 x 39 x 41
110 VDC 30 Amp. 78,5 66 x 38 x 48
110 VDC 60 Amp. 92 70 x 45 x 53
110 VDC 100 Amp. 169 77 x 51 x 71
110 VDC 200 Amp. 210 110 x 65 x 60
220 VDC 10 Amp. 78 66 x 38 x 48
220 VDC 30 Amp. 90 66 x 38 x 48
220 VDC 60 Amp. 110 77 x 51 x 71
220 VDC 100 Amp. 235 77 x 51 x 71
220 VDC 150 Amp. 365 77 x 51 x 71




40

DC POWER SUPPLY / BATTERY CHARGER
CABLE CROSS-SECTIONS

220 VAC (1 PHASE) INPUT
Output
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Output
Current
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12-24 VDC 30 Amp. 2,5 6 6
12-24 VDC 60 Amp. 2,5 16 16
12-24 VDC 100 Amp. 4 25 25
12-24 VDC 200 Amp. 10 35 35
48 VDC 10 Amp. 2,5 4 4
48 VDC 30 Amp. 2,5 6 6
48 VDC 60 Amp. 4 10 10
48 VDC 100 Amp. 10 25 25
110 VDC 10 Amp. 2,5 4 4
110 VDC 30 Amp. 6 6 6
110 VDC 60 Amp. 10 10 16
110 VDC 100 Amp. 16 25 25
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12-24 VDC 60 Amp. 2,5 10 10
12-24 VDC 100 Amp. 2,5 25 25
12-24 VDC 200 Amp. 2,5 35 35
48 VDC 30 Amp. 2,5 6 6
48 VDC 60 Amp. 2,5 16 16
48 VDC 100 Amp. 2,5 25 25
48 VDC 200 Amp. 4 35 35
110 VDC 10 Amp. 2,5 4 4
110 VDC 30 Amp. 2,5 10 10
110 VDC 60 Amp. 2,5 16 16
110 VDC 100 Amp. 4 25 25
110 VDC 200 Amp. 10 35 35
220 VDC 10 Amp. 2,5 4 4
220 VDC 30 Amp. 2,5 10 10
220 VDC 60 Amp. 4 16 16
220 VDC 100 Amp. 10 25 25
220 VDC 150 Amp. 10 35 35




41

DC POWER SUPPLY / BATTERY CHARGER
FAILURE CORRECTION INSTRUCTION



1. IF YOU CANT SEE VOLTAGE ON FRONT PANEL, PLEASE CHECK INPUT LINE
THERMAL FUSE AND CHECK FRONT PANEL PCB FLAT CABLE.

2. IF THE LINE THERMAL FUSE IS OFF DURING OPERATION OF THE RECTIFIER,
PLEASE CHECK TYRISTOR MODULES AND ALSO RELATED GATE FUSES ON
THE DC SUPPLY COTROL PCB. IF THERE IS A FAILURE, PLEASE CHANGE
TYRISTOR MODUL AND GATE FUSE WITH THE SAME RATING.

3. IF THERE IS A OVER TEMPERATURE FAILURE, PLEASE CHECK MECHANICAL
220VAC FAN. IF REQUIRED PLEASE CHANGE 220VAC FAN WITH SIMILAR ONE.

4. IF THE LOAD THERMAL FUSE IS OFF DURING OPERATION OF RECTIFIER,
PLEASE REMOVE LOAD CONNECTIONS AND CHECK LOAD CURRENT FOR
SHORT CIRCUIT PROTECTION.

5. IF THERE IS A PROBLEM ABOUT BATTERY GROUP (BOILING, OVER HEAT),
PLEASE CHECK BATTERY GROUP CHARGE CURRENT (15% OF BATTREY AMP-
HOUR) AND FLOAT VOLTAGE ON CHARGER FRONT PANEL.

6. IF EVERYTING IS OKAY (INPUT LINE VOLTAGE, LOAD CONNECTIONS,
BATTERY CONNECTIONS AND FUSE POSITIONS) FOR THE OPERATION OF THE
RECTIFIER. BUT THERE IS NO OUTPUT, THAN PLEASE CHECK SUPPLY
TRANSFORMER (DUAL 0-15VAC OUTPUT) VOLTAGE. IF THE SUPLLY
TRANSFORMER OUTPUT IS OKAY, THAN PLEASE CHANGE DC SUPPLY
CONTROL PCB.

7. DURING OPERATION OF THE RECTIFIER, IF YOU CANT READ OUTPUT
CURRENT ON FRONT PANEL, PLEASE CHECK CURRENT MODULE SUPPLY
VOLTAGE (+15 VDC, -15 VDC). IF THIS VOLTAGES ARE CORRECT, THAN
PLEASE CHANGE CURRENT MODULE.















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INDEX
ATTENTION! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3
RDA/RDAT AUTOMATION BATTERY CHARGER ------------------------------------------ 4
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ------------------------------------------------------------------- 6
AUTO BOOST FUNCTION (STANDARD FUNCTION) --------------------------------------- 8
BATTERY TEST FUNCTION (STANDARD FUNCTION) ------------------------------------ 8
BOOST INHIBIT INTERLOCKING FUNCTION (OPTIONAL) ---------------------------- 9
DROPPER DIODES IN PARALLEL OPERATION WITH ONE BATTERY GROUP
(OPTIONAL) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10
BATTERY CHARGER USER INSTRUCTION ------------------------------------------------- 11
LCD FRONT PANEL USER INSTRUCTIONS -------------------------------------------------- 12
LCD FRONT PANEL USER INSTRUCTIONS -------------------------------------------------- 13
COMMUNICATION INTERFACE ---------------------------------------------------------------- 14
BATTERY CHARGER CONTACTS INFORMATION ---------------------------------------- 17
1 PHASE INPUT BATTERY CHARGER CONNECTIONS ---------------------------------- 19
1 PHASE INPUT BATTERY CHARGERS VIEW --------------------------------------------- 20
3 PHASE INPUT BATTERY CHARGER CONNECTIONS --------------------------------- 21
3 PHASE INPUT PARALLEL BATTERY CHARGER CONNECTIONS ---------------- 22
3 PHASE INPUT BATTERY CHARGERS VIEW --------------------------------------------- 23
48 VDC RECTIFIER WITH BATTERY GROUP ----------------------------------------------- 24
110 VDC RECTIFIER WITH BATTERY GROUP --------------------------------------------- 25

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1 PHASE ELECTRICAL BLOCK SCHEMA ---------------------------------------------------- 26
1 PHASE RECTIFIER CONTROL PCB LAYOUT ------------------------------------------- 27
1 PHASE RECTIFIER CONTROL PCB CIRCUIT SCHEMA ----------------------------- 28
3 PHASE INPUT ELECTRICAL BLOCK SCHEMA------------------------------------------ 29
3 PHASE RECTIFIER CONTROL PCB LAYOUT ------------------------------------------- 30
3 PHASE RECTIFIER CONTROL PCB CIRCUIT SCHEMA ----------------------------- 31
FREE CONTACTS & COMMUNICATION CONTROL PCB LAYOUT ---------------- 32
COMMUNICATION PCB CIRCUIT SCHEMA ------------------------------------------------ 33
1 PHASE AUTOMATION TYPE RECTIFIER BLOCK SCHEMA ------------------------- 34
3 PHASE AUTOMATION TYPE RECTIFIER BLOCK SCHEMA ------------------------- 35
PARALLEL RECTIFIER WITH TWO BATTERY GROUPS BLOCK SCHEMA ------ 36
PARALLEL RECTIFIER WITH ONE BATTERY GROUP BLOCK SCHEMA ------- 37
COMPONENT LIST ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 38
WEIGHTS & DIMENSIONS ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 39
CABLE CROSS-SECTIONS ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 40
FAILURE CORRECTION INSTRUCTION ---------------------------------------------------- 41
INDEX ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 44