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Battery Cabinets:  Matching battery cabinets, UL 924 listed, NEMA 1, consult factory for other types. The specific Inverter and battery cabinet shall be a CSA listed system per UL924, with a minimum of 90 minutes of battery operation under full load conditions.

2.7GLOBAL MONITORING SYSTEM (GMS)

All GMS items are optional. The GMS shall allow for flexibility in remote communications, metering, measurements, data logging, and system status including internet access.

2.7.1Local on Inverter Display

Event Log:  A monitoring circuit acquires system data and displays up to 50 of the most recent date and time stamped events on the front panel display. Its key selectable menu provides access to events, system information, display, and delete functions.

Auxiliary Circuit Breaker Trip Monitor with Event Log:  In addition to the event log and system data, this option registers trips of up to 20 auxiliary output circuit breakers for monitoring of dedicated circuits. Trip signals from the breakers are displayed on a CB trip screen. Trip modules mount easily on a DIN rail with auxiliary circuit breakers.

2.7.2Local on PC - Via RS232 or RS485 Port:  This option requires a PC (customer supplied) and LabView monitoring software on a Windows platform. When the Power Wave 3 is connected to the PC using an RS232 cable, the maximum cable length should be 25 to 150 feet. By using an RS485 cable, the range can be increased to about 1000 feet.

2.7.3Remote Dial-Up Monitor 2000:  The Monitor 2000 requires a phone line for remote operation. The device will send data, voice and text messages to as many as 32 destinations such as phone, fax, pager and e-mail via the phone line. The Manager 2000 Windows software installed on a remote PC displays Inverter parameters, events and stats graphs. The device will be factory installed and tested in the unit.

2.7.4Web/SNMP Card:  This option is a web enabled monitoring device for a unit with an Internet or network connection. The internal IP Internet address can be pre-installed in firmware to match the customer’s network settings. The SNMP/Web card can monitor the inverter on the network through a standard web browser.

2.8ACCESSORIES

2.8.1External Maintenance Bypass Switch:  If specified by the customer, the bypass switch, enclosed in a box, could be field mounted on the outside of the inverter cabinet or an adjacent wall. This box includes a rotary switch with make before break contacts to provide a single control for transferring to and from maintenance bypass with no load support interruption.

2.8.2Audio Alarm with Silence Switch:  Provides an audible warning signal, acknowledge and reset for Input Fail, On Bypass, Inverter On, Low Battery and Summary Alarm for any of the foregoing alarm conditions.

2.8.3Remote Unit Status Display:  The Remote Unit Status Display is available in a console mount style box. It can also be wall mounted and comes with a 10 foot long “DB” connector signal cable or optional cable that can be up to 1000 feet long. The Remote Status Panel Display may requires 120 VAC power, comes with 6 ft power cord, Silence, LED /Horn test switches. It includes following LEDs: Input Fail, On Bypass, Low Battery, Summary Alarm.

2.8.4Form “C” N/O (Normally/Open) Contacts for Alarms:  Terminal strip TB is provided with the optional alarm relay board for user connection to the individual alarm contacts.

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