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POWER OFFERING (kW)
30, 60, 90
480V, 3-phase, 4-wire
50/60 Hz ± 0.03%
BATTERY VOLTAGE (DC)
LOAD POWER FACTOR RANGE
LITHIUM BATTERY RACK CABINET WITH INVERTER
30.5" x 29.3" x 78.7"
Unity with the ability to support 0.8 leading to 0.8 lagging without de-rating
CONTROL UNIT 1 (CU1)
CONTROL UNIT 2C, 2D, 3 (CU2 & CU3)
24" x 24" x 10"
42" x 30" x 10" (each unit)
UL924 / UL1973 / UL1741sa / UL9540
How does the CEP system work to provide emergency power?When commercial power is present the CEP system charges its batteries. When it reaches its designated SOC (state of charge or designated level of charge), it stops charging. When commercial power is lost the CEP system begins discharging emergency power for 90 minutes. When commercial power is restored, the CEP shall stop discharging and will either begin charging or go into standby mode depending on the SOC.
What type of batteries are used?Lithium ion.
What are the dimensions of the CEP30 kW rated system?30.5"W x 39.37"D x 78.74"H
How long does the CEP system last and what is the warranty period?The system lasts for 10 years and has a warranty for 10 years.
Does the CEP have a control system?Yes. It is called an Energy Management System.
Does the CEP system handle regenerative power?Yes. This capability differentiates the CEP system from a UPS system, which cannot handle/ absorb regenerative power.
How long of a duration does the CEP provide emergency power?The CEP provides emergency power for 90 minutes, minimum. The CEP is a UL 924 certified source of power.
What kW/ kWh ratings are available for the CEP system?30 kW/ 60 kWh, 60 kW/ 120 kWh and 90 kW/ 180 kWh.
What operating voltages are available for the CEP systems?CEP systems are rated at 208V, 3 phase and 480V, 3 phase.
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