Presentation on theme: "SG-CE Series kVA PurePulse®"— Presentation transcript:
1 SG-CE Series 60-120 kVA PurePulse® How to compete against
2 Product portfolio CE Marked, 3x380/400/415V In & Out, 50/60Hz UPS SG-CE Series 60kVA PurePulse® 54kWUPS SG-CE Series 80kVA PurePulse® 72kWUPS SG-CE Series 100kVA PurePulse® 90kWUPS SG-CE Series 120kVA PurePulse® 108kWIGBT rectifierIGBT rectifier60–80 kVA100–120 kVAComplete SG-CE PurePulse® power range:60-300kVA this year60-500kVA in 2009
3 Product options Top Cable Entry and EMI filter cabinets Top cable entry cabinet for 60-80kVATop cable entry cabinet for kVAEMI cabinet for 60-80kVAEMI cabinet for kVABattery cabinets: same as for current SG-CE PurePulse productsInput galvanic isolation: special design, available upon request
5 Competitors Power range 60-120kVA W/ TRANSFORMERW/O TRANSFORMERPW Harmony20-200kVAGalaxy 500020-120kVAExcor Apodys5-120kVA80-NET60-200kVADELPHYS MP kVA939040-160kVAMaster Plus HCkVAMaster Dialog RT10-80kVAHipulse EkVALiebert NX30-120kVA
6 Competitors Power range 60-120kVA W/ TRANSFORMERCharacteristicIGBT rectifier; OPF: 0.812 pulse technology, it is considered an industrial UPS; OPF: 0.9(?)K3 as optionIGBT rectifier as option; OPF: 0.8Q4 as optionIGBT rectifier as option in the MP HC;Probably filters on the MD RT; OPF: 0.8Q1 as option12 pulse technology; OPF: 0.8PW HarmonyExcor ApodysDELPHYS MPMaster Plus HCMaster Dialog RTHipulse E
7 Competitors Power range 60-120kVA W/O TRANSFORMERCharacteristicIGBT rectifier; OPF: 0.8; Ecomode and K6 as optionIGBT rectifier; OPF: 0.8; K3 and K6 as optionIGBT rectifier; OPF: 0.9lag; very difficult serviceability; Q1,Q2, Q4, K3, K7 as optionIGBT rectifier; OPF: 0.9lag; K3 outside UPSGalaxy 500080-NET9390Liebert NX
9 Competitors Power range 60-120kVA W/ TRANSFORMER60kVA80kVA100kVA120kVA650x850x1900mm542kg623kg835x850x1900mm860kg715x825x1900mm600kg1015x825x1900mm905kg1600x800x1870mmNA1600x1000x1870mm1000x800x1930mm650kg820kg1200x800x1900mm640kg**650kg**1070x740x1400mm630kg*730kg*1250x850x1900mm1400kgSG-CE PurePulse®PW HarmonyExcorDelphys MPMaster Plus HCMaster Dialog RTHipulse E*external cabinet (270mm; 180kg)**weight of 6 pulse version (not known the weigth with IGBT rectifier)
10 GE PurePulse® vs TRAFOLESS Competitors Power range kVACOMPETITORGE PurePulse® vs TRAFOLESS60kVA80kVA100kVA120kVA650x850x1900mm542kg623kg835x850x1900mm860kg710x850x1900mm400kg710x850x1900m520kg520x805x1879mm313kg944x805x1879mm430kg580x858x1780mm290kg845x858x1780mm390kg600x965x2000mm585kg645kgSG-CE PurePulse®Galaxy 5000939080-NETLiebert NX
11 Real Power/Sqm Analysis Competitors Power range kVACOMPETITORW/ TRANSFORMER60kVA80kVA100kVA120kVA0.55m298kW/m2131kW/m20.71m2127kW/m2152kW/m20.59m281kW/m20.84m276kW/m295kW/m2114kW/m21.28m242kW/m257kW/m270kW/m21.6m268kW/m20.8m260kW/m280kW/m2100kW/m2120kW/m20.96m283kW/m20.79m261kW/m21.06m290kW/m2SG-CE PurePulse®PW HarmonyExcorDelphys MPMaster Plus HCMaster Dialog RTHipulse EReal Power/Sqm Analysis
12 SG-CE Series layout benefits Compact design saving space in installation (best in class compared to transformer based UPS)Easier to handle into installation site (e.g. transportation through floors by lift)Reduced installation time and cost thanks to modular designUPS inclusive of all switches and contactors required by IEC (Q1, Q2, Q4, K3, K6, K7)
17 Competitors Power range 60-120kVA W/ TRANSFORMEROutput Power Factor0.9 leading0.8SG-CE PurePulse®PW HarmonyExcorDelphys MPMaster Plus HCMaster Dialog RTHipulse E
18 0.9 (n.a. data when load is capacitive) Competitors Power range kVACOMPETITORW/O TRANSFORMEROutput Power Factor0.9 leading0.80.9 (n.a. data when load is capacitive)SG-CE PurePulse®Galaxy 500080-NET9390Liebert NX
19 SG-CE Series output performance benefits Superior Output Power Factor capabilitySuitable for actual load applications, such as capacitive loads in newdatacentersCapability to supply critical loads with high and fast load steps (pulsating loads)Improved quality of application, reducing stress for supported loads
20 COMPARISON WITH TRAFOLESS TECNOLOGY REMEMBER:GE’s SG-CE SERIES…One battery stringNo inrush current (regulated by softstart)Never a risk of DC component at the UPS outputOutput transformer with capacitors used as low pass filterOutput inverter transformer provides highest reliability for large systems application
22 Competitor output PF declaration : Apparently they offer OPF 0.9 leading as GE...
23 In the diagram, the phrase “without derating” should be investigated. In fact, there are 2 different criteria to calculate the %load: kVA and kW. For cosPhi between 0.8 Lag and 0.9 Lead, the max kVA deliverable by the UPS must be de-rated: this could not appear at a first sight. Of course if we refer to the 100% kW the UPS isn’t de-rated… because this is already a de-rated limit.10.8Note that the horizontal line of 100% kW is 0.8 high: this is a de-rating factor due to the rectifier dimensioning. This de-rating permits the engineer to design a smaller rectifier, or to better comply with thermal requirements, or to save costs...
24 ...let‘s start from GE capability XXXExample : cos Phi 0,7 CapSG100 kVA can feed 0,97 x 100 = 97 kVADerating in kVA : 100% - (97/100) = 97%Derating in kW : 100% - ((97x0,7) / (100x0,9)) = 24.5%XXX : 0,89 x 100 kVA = 89 kVADerating in kVA : 100% - (89/100) = 89%Derating in kW : 100% - ((89x0,7) / (100x0,8)) =22,1%Gain with SG = +9% in kVAGE
25 The previous slides give a correct highlight of the reality The previous slides give a correct highlight of the reality. Please take a minute to see some remarks:With reference to the example of previous slide:The derating of kVA is meaningful and clarifies our gain w.r. to XXX (+9%), because the two percentages are referred to the same value (100kVA)The derating in terms of kW could generate confusion because for SG is greater w.r. to XXX (24.5% vs 22.1%). Therefore it seems that our UPS suffers of a higher derating…This is due to the fact that these percentages are referred to two different values (90kW max for GE and 80kW max for Socomec)I think that it could be useful to emphasize the difference of kW in absolute values: in the example it’s clear that GE can feed 8kVA more (9%) or ~5kW more than XXX. In general terms, GE can deliver 10kW more in the whole range between Cos Phi 0.9Lag and 0.9Lead.
26 PThe new SG Series CE UPS calculates the Load Cos Phi. The boundary red line is recognized by the UPS as 100% load.PThanks to PMAD software algorithm, GE is able to detect the REAL load percentage during its operation. This means that the calculation of the load level takes into account of the load Cos Phi, therefore it protects itself by an overloading due to leading loads. It could be nice to know if also Delphys or the others do the same. If not, we have a differentiator in terms of reliability and safety for the load and for the customer. However, we have the opportunity to present such a good feature directly to the customer.Note: If the load percentage is based on kVA only, a load in the “P” region (see figure) will not be treated as an overload. The UPS suffers a high risk of serious failures in these conditions.
28 Competitors Power range 60-120kVA W/ TRANSFORMER60kVA80kVA100kVA120kVA92%98%91%96%NA94%*93.5%*NORMAL MODESG-CE PurePulse®ECO MODEPW HarmonyExcorDelphys MPMaster Plus HCMaster Dialog RTHipulse E* Referring to 6 pulse version, value possibly referring to higher power UPS due to brochurepresentation
29 GE PurePulse® vs TRAFOLESS Competitors Power range kVACOMPETITORGE PurePulse® vs TRAFOLESS60kVA80kVA100kVA120kVA92%98%94%*97%94%93%?NORMAL MODESG-CE PurePulse®ECO MODEGalaxy 5000Masterys939080-NETConceptpowerLiebert NX* Value possibly referring to higher power UPS due to brochure presentation
30 Ask whether our competitors are prepared to do the same... 1 We can provide a written declaration supporting efficiency andall the other UPS specifications...Ask whether our competitors are prepared to do the same...measure and brochure from competitor...
31 Ask whether our competitors are prepared to do the same... 2 We can provide a written declaration supporting efficiency andall the other UPS specifications...Ask whether our competitors are prepared to do the sameCompetitordeclarationGE measured
33 SG-CE Series EMI benefits All competitors declares compatibility with IEC (it means level C3 - or - restricted sales class)Only very few competitors can provide compatibility with level C2 – or - Class A (e.g. MGE Galaxy 5000)GE SG-CE kVA PurePulse® offers:Better than level C3 (restricted sales class) guaranteed as defaultLevel C2 as option (w/ external cabinet)EMI performances certified by Swisscom Innovation Tech LabWho typically need EMI enhanced performaces?Healthcare, TLC firms, Broadcasting, anyone who position UPS in critical environment, with lots of nearby other equipments
34 Competitor standard immunity level GE enhanced immunity level SG-CE Series EMI benefitsCompetitor standard immunity levelGE enhanced immunity level
36 Competitors Power range 60-120kVA W/ TRANSFORMERCOMPETITORAudible Noise63dB60-65 dBn.a.67dB68dBcertified by SwisscomSG-CE PurePulse®PW HarmonyExcor ApodysDELPHYS MPMaster Plus HCMaster Dialog RTHipulse E
37 Competitors Power range 60-120kVA W/O TRANSFORMERCOMPETITORAudible Noise63dBn.a.65-68dB65dB62-64dBcertified by SwisscomSG-CE PurePulse®Galaxy 500080-NET9390Liebert NX