Battery Load Information
System / Float Voltage (V)
HelpThe nominal system voltage or the voltage the battery string will float at. Typically 24Vdc, 32Vdc, 48Vdc, 120Vdc or240Vdc. For a positive earth system set the voltage to be negative (eg -48). Positive voltage will result in a negative earth system.
Equipment Load (A)
HelpThe maximum current the equipment loads will draw. These are the DC loads directly powered by the batteries during loss of AC power.
Battery Recharge Current (A)
HelpBattery Recharge Current per string. eg A battery string of 100 Amp-Hours, will require 10 Amps for recharge time of 10 hours.
Number of Strings
HelpTotal number of parallel battery strings to supply the load.
Plant Sizing Information
Yes No Help Select 'no' for external AC Distribution. 'Yes', for internal distribution within the system (One breaker per rectifier by default).
Yes No HelpSelect 'no' for external DC Distribution. 'Yes', for internal distribution within the system.
AC Supply Voltage
120 VAC L-N
208/240 VAC L-L
220/230/240 VAC L-N
277 VAC L-N
3 Phase 415 VAC L-L
HelpThe AC supply voltage being fed to the rectifier input AC terminals.
WebCSU SNMP TCP/IP Interface
Embedded Modem (Smart)
HelpSelect the type of remote communications option
HelpSelect if Battery Temperature Sensors are required with each system.
Battery Cell Monitoring
HelpSelect if Battery Cell
Monitoring is required with each system.
HelpSelect if Site
is required with each system.
Total Number of Systems
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