3 x 200 KVA UPS SYSTEM
3 X 200 KVA UPS SYSTEM
S. NO. SECTION DESCRIPTION
1 SECTION –1 SCOPE OF WORK 3
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR 3 x 200
2 SECTION –2 13
KVA UPS AND BATTERY
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR 415
3 SECTION –3 21
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR XLPE
4 SECTION –4 30
5 SECTION –5 TECHNICAL PARTICULARS 35
6 SECTION –6 LIST OF RECOMMENDED VENDORS 42
7 SECTION –7 LIST OF DRAWINGS 45
SCOPE OF WORK
3 x 200 KVA UPS SYSTEM
SECTION – 1
SCOPE OF WORK
CDRI has taken up a project for construction of new campus at Sitapur Road, Lucknow.
This portion of tender is for works related to supply, installation, testing & commissioning
of 3x 200 KVA UPS System with 15 minutes battery back-up & required accessories,
MCCB panels for UPS input power, MCCB panels for UPS output power distribution,
flexible XLPE insulated copper conductor power cables. All these equipment/items shall be
installed in main substation of new CDRI campus. The UPS system planned under this
contract shall cater to meet power requirements of laboratory equipment, sensitive
electronic equipment, computers and networking devices in new CDRI campus.
2. SCOPE OF WORK
In general the scope of works to be performed under this contract shall include but not
(i) Design, engineering manufacture, inspection & testing at works, supply, transportation to
site, storage, installation, testing ,commissioning and integrated commissioning of :
(a) 3 nos. UPS of 200KVA to be run in 2+1 parallel redundant load sharing configuration,
complete in all respects with Lead Acid SMF batteries to provide 15 minutes back-up at full
load to feed UPS power to laboratory equipment, networking devices and computers etc. in
(b) Single core flexible copper conductor XLPE insulated power cable 1c x 185sqmm
(minimum size) conforming to IS 7098, Part-1 (latest revision) and other applicable relevant
IS for cables. This cable shall be used for interconnection between UPS and MCCB panels
(Ref. Drg.No:NI-499-I-001-Rev 00 ). Termination of power cable at both ends ( UPS and
MCCB panels) with required hardware and accessories shall be in the scope. Bidder to
check & confirm the suitability cable ( size- 1c x 185 sqmm) for interconnection between
UPS & MCCB panels.
(c) UPS input power supply panel (MCCB Panels) and UPS outgoing power supply panel(
MCCB panels)) with required accessories. (Ref. Drg.No:NI-499-I-001,Rev.00)
Designing, engineering, providing all materials, equipment and services specified or
otherwise, which are required to fulfill the intent of ensuring operability, maintainability,
completeness and reliability of the total work shall be in the scope of the bidder.
Item wise bill of quantity (BOQ) as indicated in price schedule based on which work shall
be executed. Any equipment, material, component, accessories which are not specifically
mentioned in price bid and technical specifications, but necessary for satisfactory
installation and trouble free operational and maintenance of the equipment / system
adopting good engineering practice shall be in the scope of the bidder .
( ii ) Providing complete design, engineering data, calculations, detailed drawings, BOQ,
schemes, commissioning procedure, O&M manuals, catalogue etc. for EPI/CDRI
review/reference and records before procurement action/manufacture.
( iii ) Supply, installation, testing & integrated commissioning of the complete system as per the
( iv ) Execution of works shall be as per tender conditions & technical specifications
Part I (internal) 2005, Part -II (External) 1994, Part IV (sub station work) as amended up
to the date of receipt of tender, CDRI’s requirement , requirements of the electricity supply
authority (local) and other regulations & safety codes in the locality where the equipment
will be installed.
(v) Ensuring interlocking/integration/interconnection among various equipments/system,
earthing of equipment, and safety aspects as per standards/requirements.
( vi ) All statutory approvals / license for the equipment(s) / system(s) shall be obtained by the
contractor as needed including approval of relevant drawings from the electrical
inspectorate of UP Govt. / competent authority & approval of the entire installation, after
completion of work as per the approved drawings/documents.
( vii ) Effective co-ordination with the other agencies ( internal & external) to carry out the work
( viii ) Proper handing over of the installations in satisfactory working conditions alongwith
required as built drawings, documents and items as specified in the tender.
( ix ) The work shall also include all incidental job connected with the installation of equipment.
(x) All electrical equipment except battery shall be designed considering 50 C as ambient
(xi) Supply of commissioning spares, special tools, test equipment.
(xii) Providing training to CDRI.s personnels for operation & maintenance
(xiii) Providing complete set of final drawings & documents ( 6 sets of hard copy & 2 soft
( xiv ) Any work like chipping/breaking of existing structure like walls ,floors, fabrications etc.
required for installation shall be done without any extra cost and after prior approval of the
(xv) Repairing of the damaged structure to the satisfaction of the EPI/CDRI representative
without extra claim, in case any existing structure is affected/damaged due to the
( xvi ) Any modification/rework required to be done on account of wrong practices .No extra claim
is admissible for this type of work.
3. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS AND STANDARDS:
The specification defines the requirements for a continuous duty; highly reliable, latest and
state of art technology; solid state type microprocessor based true on-line double conversion
Uninterruptible Power Supply System. The UPS shall provide high quality AC power to
sensitive electronic equipment, laboratory equipment, computers , servers and networking
devices etc. The output load for UPS system (3X200 KVA) shall be 400KVA ( Approx.).
The UPS system and components shall comply in all respects with the requirements of the
latest editions of the relevant codes and Indian Standards./International Standards .
The UPS system shall conform to the latest issue of relevant applicable International
standards/IEC standard /Indian standards for design, manufacturing, safety, inspection and
The system shall also conform/comply to the provision of Indian electricity rules and other
statutory regulations in force time to time and IEEE requirementsfor UPS and battery
4. SITE CONDITIONS:
The system should be suitable for installation and satisfactory operation in the indoor
substation building with restricted natural air ventilation in humid and corrosive atmosphere
Max. ambient temp -- 43°C
Min. ambient temp -- 5°C
Max. R.H. -- 97%
Min R.H. -- 30%
Altitude above means sea level -- 1000 mtrs.
5. POWER SUPPLY :
LT supply 415 + 10%, 3-phase, 4 wire, 50Hz + 5%, effectively
Fault level 35 KA for 1sec.
6. INSPECTION OF SITE :
The bidder to inspect and examine the site and its surrounding and shall satisfy as to the
nature of the ground and sub soil, the quantities and nature of work, materials necessary for
completion of the work and their availability, means of access to site and in general to
obtain all necessary information as to risks, contingencies and other circumstances which
may influence or affect his offer. No extra claim consequent on any misunderstanding or
otherwise shall be allowed.
7. PRICE :
Price shall be inclusive of all taxes & duties whatsoever, excise duty, sales tax,
CST/VAT, service tax, octroi (if any), work contract tax, commissioning spares,
labour, tools & plants, packing, freight/ transportation & insurance up to the site,
loading, unloading, fee (s) for testing, license, inspection, documents, etc, where
CDRI does not give any confessional forms/ certificates/ permits towards any taxes,
duties & other levies like sales tax, customs duty, road taxes/ permits, etc.
Prices shall be firm through out the contract period.
8. BOQ QUANTITIES:
The quantities given in the tender BOQ may vary as per the site / system/CDRI’s
requirements. Only required items & quantities are to be supplied/ installed. The rate shall
remain valid for any variations in the estimated quantities given in price bid. Contractor
shall take detailed site measurements for the items like supply of power cables; earth
strips/wire etc., before placing purchase order/taking procurement action.
9. MAKES :
In general make of various items shall be as per the list enclosed. Wherever makes have
not been indicated in the list, the items shall be of ISI marked subject to approval by
Sample of the items or makes or the items for manufacture/ supply/ use in the work
irrespective of appearing in the approved list shall be got approved from Engineer- in-
charge before incorporation.
10. SPARES :
The bidder shall indicate and include in quoted price, all the start-up and commissioning
spares. The bidder shall also furnish the complete list of recommended spares with unit
rate of each item for 3 years of normal operation of all equipments alongwith the bid.
11. NEW MATERIALS:
All equipment, materials used in the work shall be brand new and free from manufacturing
12. REPLACEMENT OF DEFECTIVE/ DAMAGED ITEMS
All defective/damaged items shall be replaced with the good ones without any extra cost
as per guarantee clause.
13. TOOLS & TACKLES:
All the required special tools & tackles for executing this work shall be in the scope of
14. MAN POWER:
Authorized, experienced, competent work force shall be deployed with competent
They should possess requisite qualifications/ valid permits/ license/ competency
certificates to work on LT Electrical Installations.
The Electrical Engineer shall have minimum qualification of degree in electrical
engineering. Where as Electrical Supervisor shall have minimum qualification of
diploma in electrical engineering and technicians shall have minimum ITI.
15. QUALITY OF WORK & WORKMANSHIP:
The quality of work, workmanship, finishing etc should be satisfactory to the CDRI / EPI.
16. ACTION PLANS/ PROGRAMME/ WORK SCHEDULING/ CPM & PERT
CHARTS / PROGRESS REPORTS/ BAR CHARTS /REPORTS & RECORDS :
The successful bidder shall submit the necessary reports during various stages of contract
which include action plans/ programme/ work scheduling/ CPM (Critical Path Method) &
PERT (Project Evaluation and Review Technique) charts / progress reports/ bar charts and
various records, statements, reports, documents related to the work.
A comprehensive action plan/programme/schedule has to be made based on the completion
period, inter related activities and got approved from CDRI/EPI
17. REVIEW MEETINGS/ SITE INSPECTIONS:
As and when required contractor shall attend the review meetings and take necessary
actions with regard to the pending works, targets, co-ordination with other agencies.
senior/ competent officials/ engineers who can take decisions and implement from the
vendor side to take stock of the situation and do the needful shall also make regular site
18. PRIOR APPROVAL FOR DISPATCH SCHEDULE:
Dispatch schedules are to be informed and got approved by the vendor from Engineer in
charge, before dispatch of materials.
19. TESTING AND INSPECTION:
- All equipment/systems to be supplied shall conform to type tests as per the relevant
standards. The bidder shall furnish the reports of all the type tests carried out within five
years of date of bid opening. These reports should be for the tests conducted on
identical/similar components/equipment/systems to those offered /proposed to be supplied
under this contract. In case bidder is not able to submit report of type test conducted in last
five years or in case type test reports are not found to be meeting the specifications/relevant
standard requirement then all such tests shall be conducted under this contract by the
contractor free of cost to owner and reports shall be submitted for approval.
- All acceptance and routine tests as per relevant standards and specifications shall be carried
out. Charges for all the tests shall be deemed to be included in the bid price. Routine
test/acceptance test shall be carried out in the presence of the inspecting officer
- All major items listed in list of approved makes for electrical items shall be factory
inspected. The decision to inspect/waive shall rest with the CDRI/EPI. .The list of approved
makes enclosed is indicative, CDRI/EPI can add/delete/modify the same in the interest of
organization/work from time to time considering cost, quantity, significance, completion
- At least 15 days advance notice to be given for factory inspection. While inspection call is
given, the actual status and details of test to be offered shall be communicated. Relevant
applicable Indian standards & International standards shall be made available.
- If any equipment/material fails in the tests conducted during factory inspection, necessary
rework/replacement shall be done and equipment shall be re-offered for inspection without
any cost to owner. Further, the traveling, boarding & lodging expenses of inspecting officer
for re-inspection as per CDRI rules shall be recovered from the bills.
20. PACKING/ TRANSPORTATION/ HANDLING:
Professional packing shall be made. Equipment/ materials are to be properly packed
with appropriate packing materials & means. Special care shall be taken for fragile
items. Item description, qty, code, instructions etc to be marked for easy identification
etc. The equipment/ materials have to be transported by appropriate transport mode like
Road/ Rail/ Air transport etc. up to the site/ destination.
Due care to be taken for loading, handling, unloading, shifting, lifting, jacking etc by
suitable means like Cranes, Fork lifts, Chain pulley blocks, mechanized means etc. and
experienced man power.
Relevant documents shall be accompanied with the items.
21. SECURITY NORMS/GUIDELINES:
Contractor shall obtain necessary entry pass/ token/ identity card for work force from
CDRI/BCAS/CISF/CRPF etc who is in charge of security matters. It is the responsibility of
the contractor to fulfill all the relevant formalities viz. police verification, photographs,
addresses and keeping in safe custody etc and bear the fee, if any.
22. DRAWING & DOCUMENTATION TO BE SUBMITTED WITH BID :
Following information and documentations in addition to what has been asked for in
respective equipment specification shall be furnished by the contractor
- SLD for the installation with metering and protection scheme.
- Filled-in guaranteed Technical Particulars, catalogue & literature for various
- Performance certificate of all major equipment.
- Type test certificates.
- List of Past contract of all major equipment.
- GA drawings of all major equipment.
- Time frame of major activities including Bar chart.
23. DRAWING & DOCUMENTATION TO BE SUBMITTED BY SUCCESSFUL
BIDDER AFTER AWARD OF CONTRACT:
Following information and documentations in addition to what has been asked for in
respective equipment specification shall be furnished by the successful bidder after award
of contract for approval/reference/record of the purchaser.
- Electrical layout drawing showing location of equipment, cable routing, etc.
- Single Line Diagram showing rating of components, metering, Earthing layout showing
connections to equipment, structure etc.
- Wiring Diagram, Control schemes
- Write-up on control philosophy for complete system containing starting & stopping
sequence, interlocks, metering, annunciation etc.
- Civil foundation and structural drawing of all equipment for Installation.
- Drawings of all electrical equipment under the scope.
- All required drawings/documents/technical information required during various stages
of works shall be submitted as and when required by the purchaser.
All drawings submitted shall provide sufficient detail indicating type, size, general
arrangement & foundation drawing, weight, the external connections, fixing
arrangement required, the dimensions required for installation and interconnections
with other equipment and materials, clearances and space required between various
portions of equipment and any other information specifically requested.
All the above document shall be furnished in 4 sets to EPI/CDRI for review. One set
shall be returned with comments / approval. The document shall be modified
incorporating the comments given by EPI/CDRI and 4 sets of corrected documents shall
be submitted by contractor within 10 days time.
- The bidder shall provide within 2 weeks of award of work a complete bar chart based
on the time period of the completion of the project. The bar chart shall elaborate
procurement, installation, testing & commissioning of the complete system.
24. TOOLS & TACKLES:
Wherever special tools & tackles are required for operation & maintenance of
units/systems, the contractor supplying the equipment shall provide the same free of cost.
25. STATUTORY LAWS/RULES/APPROVALS/LICENSE:
The contractor/agency shall abide by the relevant statutory rules, laws, and guidelines and
arrange for the approvals, if any required. That include adhering to labour laws, abiding
local electricity rules etc.
Where ever formal approvals/ license are essential like CEA approval, clearance by the
Electrical inspectorate etc,. the same shall be arranged by the bidder
26. FEES FOR TESTING/CALIBRATION/APPROVALS/LICENSE:
Unless otherwise specified, the fees/charges involved for this purpose shall be borne by the
27 SITE TESTS/ PERFORMANCE TESTS:
Necessary site tests/ performance tests shall be conducted on the equipment to ascertain the
functional / design/ site requirements. Reports shall be prepared recording the various
values, parameters, observations, settings made etc. In case of unsatisfactory results, the
same shall be replaced/ rectified as per the requirement without any extra cost.
28 HANDING OVER/ CERTIFIED DATE OF COMPLETION:
Up on the satisfactory commissioning of the entire system, the system shall be observed for
15 days. After this satisfactory trial period, the work shall be handed over officially and
completion date recorded by Engineer-in- charge with all the prescribed formalities for
This date shall be reckoned, as the certified date of completion and the defects liability
period shall commence from this date.
Until the handing over of the installation, the responsibility lies with the vendor for safety,
29 TRAINING/ FAMILIARIZATION ABOUT OPERATION & MAINTENANCE:
Training/ familiarization regarding operation & maintenance of the equipment /system at
site shall be given by the contractor to CDRI staff.
30 COMPLETION PLANS:
On completion of work 10 sets of following as built drawings/documents.to be submitted
General Arrangements, Layout drawings with dimensions, plans, sections etc
Single Line diagrams
Control & Schematic Diagrams.
Bill of Quantities indicating makes, Technical specs, quantity etc.
Data Sheets, Calculations
Control logic (where applicable)
Details of Inventory
Equipment name plate details
Instruction / Maintenance Manuals
Test Certificates (Factory Tests, sites Test)
Guarantee/ warranty Certificates (where applicable)
Other documents/ drawings as per the instructions of Engineer-in- Charge.
Keys, operating handles, tools etc as applicable
2 sets of Photographs, 4x6 size, of all the major equipment to be submitted. One set
shall be displayed in the substation and one set shall be submitted in a good quality
31 DEFECTS LIABILITY PERIOD:
Defects liability period shall be 12 months from the certified date of satisfactory completion
& handing over of entire work to Engineer-in-charge of work.
During this period, the contractor shall hold himself responsible for reinstallation or replace
with good ones free of cost to the CDRI in respect of any defective
item/material/equipment/component supplied and installed by the contractor. Contractor
shall bear all the cost involved for supply, transportation and installation etc. of such items.
32 GUARANTEED PERFORMANCE:
The performance figures quoted in Guaranteed Technical Particulars shall be with in the
tolerance permitted by relevant Indian Standards unless otherwise stated in Technical
Specification. Incase of failure of the equipment to meet the guarantee parameters the
equipment may be liable for rejection.
(3 X 200KVA PARALLEL REDUNDANT)
SECTION – 2
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION FOR 3 x 200 KVA PARALLEL
REDUNDANT UPS SYSTEM
The specification defines the requirements for a continuous duty, three phase, highly
reliable, latest and state of art technology, solid state true on-line double conversion fully
microprocessor controlled, IGBT based ( Rectifier and Inverter) Uninterruptible Power
Supply system to provide high quality AC power to sensitive electronic equipment,
laboratory equipment, computers and networking devices etc. The output load for UPS
system shall be 400 KVA (approx.).The UPS system design should be based on latest
generation of technology with proven performance.
The UPS system should be suitable for installation and satisfactory operation in a closed
substation building with restricted natural air ventilation in a humid & corrosive
atmosphere, ambient temperature upto 43˚C, relative humidity 95% and altitude to 1000m
2.0 Applicable Standards:
The UPS system shall conform to the latest issue of relevant applicable International
Standards/IEC standard /Indian standards for design, manufacturing, safety, inspection and
installation. The system shall also be conforming to the provision of Indian electricity rules
and other statutory regulations in force time to time and IEEE requirements for UPS and
3.0 Configuration and operational requirements:
During the normal operation when mains power is available all the three UPS operating in
parallel equal load-sharing mode shall supply synchronized output power to load though
common output panel. In case, if one UPS fails, the other two UPS should be able to
takeover equally the connected full load and faulty unit should disconnect automatically.
Upon repair of the faulty UPS, it shall be reconnected to the load to resume redundant
operation.Any UPS unit should be capable of being taken off the load manually for
maintenance without disturbing the output load.
The input raw power to UPS shall be fed from MCCB panels and the output power shall
be distributed to load through common output panel ( Ref: Drg no. NI-499-I-001-Rev.00).
Both input and output panels shall have all required electrical protection swithes, Isolators,
MCCBs and metering devices etc.
The UPS system shall have redundant communication cable and control with paralleling kit
for synchronization among each other. When a disturbance/fault occurs, the faulty unit
should be isolated and power to entire load should be fed from the other two UPS.. When
two UPS develop fault, the complete load should be transferred to bypass supply through
static switch (If static bypass switch is in enabled condition) with status indications.
The UPS system shall be provided the following:
3.1 Static bypass switch and manual bypass switch (for each UPS)
3.2 Control system to control all the three phases individually in case of unbalancing. there
should not be any change in regulation in phase voltage. with 100% unbalancing.
3.3 Forced ventilation through redundant fan for UPS cabinet for normal as well as emergency
conditions. All the air entries to the cabinet shall be protected with cleanable filters.
3.4 Voltage frequency independent (VFI) technology standard.
3.5 Phase reversal protection and correction.
3.6 a) Inbuilt alarm record facility with capacity to store minimum 100 events.
b) Inbuilt digital fault diagnostic facility through stored events to supervise the UPS
operation & failure with printout facility of faults and input/output voltage and current
3.7 Display of temperature of inverter section, rectifier section
3.8 The UPS output neutral independent of input neutral.
3.9 Surge protective devices at Input/Output to protect system and load equipment against any power
surges due to lightning, switching etc.
3.10 Soft start logic.
3.11 Software for monitoring & diagnostics
3.12 A suitably sized earth bus at the bottom of the UPS panel with provision for earth
connection at both ends.
3.13 When battery taken out for maintenance during that period inverter should continue to
operate taking power from rectifier.
3.14 All the control wiring in plastic channels, neatly bunched together, each wire should be
identified at both ends by self sticking wire maker tapes or PVC ferrules as per the
3.15 Inside the panel power and control wiring with suitably sized PVC insulated copper
3.16 Batteries and its accessories:
Indoor lead acid SMF battery bank of 172800 VAH capacity to meet 15 minutes back-up
requirements for each UPS complete with suitable battery racks of power coated MS
material stand, connectors, isolator, MCCBs, interconnecting cables. between UPS and
batteries for each UPS and other required accessories Earthing arrangement shall be
provided for batteries rack earthling. From UPS to batteries the cable routing length is to be
considered as 30 meters (approx.).Bidder to supply required length of cable as per the UPS
and battery room layout drawings (Refer NIT Drg no-NI-499-I-002-Rev.01) .
3.17 Provision for on-line automatic battery testing facility and display of status indications (in
battery mode) with connected load for:
(i) Actual battery AH capacity left.
(ii) Actual battery back-up time available in battery mode.
(iii) Bad battery status.
4.0 UPS SPECIFICATION - ( 3 x 200 KVA UPS SYSTEM - TO BE RUN IN PARALLEL)
4.1 Technology : True On –line double conversion VFI technology with
latest and advanced IGBT technology for rectifier and
4.2 Standard : Confirm to IEC 620-III and other latest issue of
relevant applicable IEC Standards for design and
safety / equivalent IS
4.3. Input PF : > 0.99
4.4. Input Voltage : 415 + 15%, 3 , 4 wire
4.5. Input Frequency : 50 Hz 5%
4.6 Rectifier and charger rating : 125%
4.7. THDI : <3%
4.8 Output Voltage : 415, 3, 4 wire
4.9 Voltage regulation : + 1%
4.10 Overall efficiency (AC to AC) : > 91 %
4.11. Output Frequency : 50 Hz
4.12. Wave form : True Sine Wave
4.13 Duty : Continuous
4.14 UPS Power Factor : 0.8 lag.
4.15. Overload Rating : 110% for 30 minutes
125% for 10 minutes
150% for 1 minutes
4.16. Output Isolation Transformer : To be provided
(with Galvanic isolation)
4.17 Output Voltage Distortion : < 2%
4.18. Switch over : Without interruption to load
4.19 Computer/Network : RS 232 C, SNMP adapter , Software for web
Communication enabled monitoring & management software and LAN
4.20. Diagnosis & Configuration : Compatible with Windows/Unix
4.21. Humidity : Upto 95% RH, Non-condensing
4.22. Indications and Alarms : All indications shall be backlit LCD Type including
temperature of system, ambient, battery room, inverter
section and rectifier section (Bidder to furnish the list
of all indications and alarms).
4.23. Protections : Input - Over/Under voltage, Over Current, Surge
Voltage and Lightening
Battery – Over/Under Voltage, Over Current, Battery over
temperature, Battery Low Alarm/Trip.,
Output - Over/ Under Voltage, Over Current.
Output Short Circuit, Over , DC Over
- Over temperature, lightening protection
(Indications to be provided for all protections)
4.24 Transient voltage surge suppressor : To be provided at Input/ Output of UPS as
per IEEE standards.
4.25. Control Circuitry : Microprocessor based.
4.26. Metering/Display : Digital display to indicate
- DC Voltage/Current
- Active power and apparent power
- Temperature (Ambient, battery, rectifier,
inverter and transformer)
- Current , Voltage and frequency ( Bypass)
- Battery capacity and back-up time
4.27 Controls : The system shall have controls for Input circuit
breaker/switch, Bypass circuit breaker/static bypass
switch, maintenance bypass switch, Inverter On/Off
switch, rectifier On/Off,
Alarm acknowledge switch, Output switch, battery test
4.28. Battery : 12 V Lead Acid S.M.F battery bank with.172800
VAH capacity for each UPS for 15 minutes back-up
on full load to be provided.
4.29. Cooling : Forced cooling with power from UPS output
4.30. UPS failure : During failure in the UPS system the static switch
shall automatically transfer the A.C. load directly to
the AC line without affecting equipment operation, if
static bypass switch is in enabled condition.. (System
shall have facility to enable/disable the static
4.31. Maintenance by- pass : Each UPS shall have inbuilt maintenance bypass to
connect the mains/alternate supply to critical load.
4.32. Battery disconnect switch : To electrically isolate the storage batteries from UPS
4.33. Static bypass: Each UPS shall have in-built static bypass .In event of
any fault in one UPS ,the faulty UPS shall isolate itself
and the other two healthy UPS shall take over the full
load. All the loads shall be transferred to the static
bypass if the two UPS fail simultaneously or if
overload beyond 150% for 1 minutes is faced by UPS,
4.34. Quality Assurance: Manufacturer’s Quality assurance program with
testing/checking on final product
4.35. Product Documentation : Manufacturer shall supply product documentations in
hard copy and in CD (soft copy) as specified.
This should include complete outline and external connection drawings and schematic and
physical wiring diagrams as well as parts list and parts layout down to the smallest
components level. It should include startup and service manuals with complete privation
and remedial maintenance and trouble showing instructions. This should include all
ancillary equipment and accessories.
4.36. Material and workmanship.:
i) Workmanship shall be first class in every respect.
ii) All material shall be supplied latest and of best commercial grade.
iii) Brackets and securing hardware shall be electroplated with corrosion resistance material.
iv)Internal wiring conductors shall be combined into cable or bundles and shall be tied
securely together and numbered or coded to correspond with documentation.
v)The UPS panes and other panels shall be provided with lifting hooks, detachable gland plates
for bottom cable entry.
4.37.1 The battery shall be lead acid, sealed maintenance free (SMF).
4.37.2 Batteries shall conform to all type test as per relevant applicable IS/IEC standards. All
acceptance tests as required by the relevant applicable IS/IEC shall be carried out at site after
completion of installation work.
4.37.3 The contractor shall arrange all necessary equipment including the variable resistor, tools,
tackles and instruments. A set of special tools & tackles which are necessary for maintenance
and overhauling of the batteries shall be supplied.
4.37.4 The battery shall be supplied with racks, connecting hardware and standard service
resistance material, accessories. The battery shall be delivered charged and ready for service
alongwith accessories, mats etc.
4.37.5 The UPS should continue to function and meet all the performance criteria specified, If
the batteries are taken out for maintenance by manually disconnecting the switch.
5.0 Inspection & Testing
UPS system shall be inspected and tested as per the relevant applicable standards and
approved QAP. Quality assurance plan shall be submitted by the supplier for approval
before the inspection, alongwith all the internal test reports, type test
reports/certificates and necessary documents.
6.0 Installation, Testing & Commissioning
Installation, testing & commissioning of UPS system in integrated mode with
connected all input/output equipment, shall be in the scope of contractor. All routine
tests shall be demonstrated. All the accessories, materials, commissioning spares
required at site for UPS installation, testing and commissioning shall be in the scope
Training on operation and maintenance of UPS shall be provided to purchaser’s
representatives/operators by the UPS vendor.
8.0 Documents & Drawings
The following drawings/documents shall be submitted by the bidder.
* (i) UPS System Single Line Diagram.
* (ii) Confirmations (clause wise ) on technical specifications for UPS
* (iii) Duly filled in technical particulars-Section-5 (A &D for UPS and
* (iv) Technical literature / catalogue and operational features(UPS and
* (v) Battery sizing and charger sizing calculations.
* (vi) UPS and battery room layout showing UPS disposition in UPS
room , batteries disposition in battery room and height of the
(vii) Battery charging and discharging curve from manufacturer and
(vii) UPS System internal layout Drawing and termination details.
(viii) UPS & Battery GA Drawings
(ix) UPS System BOQ (Indicating quantity, rating & make)
(x) UPS System & Batteries Installation Drawing.
(xi) UPS System & Batteries test reports & certificates.
(xii) UPS alarms & indications list
(xiii) UPS operation, installation and maintenance manual.
(xiv) Quality assurance plan.(UPS and Battery)
(xiv) UPS System cable termination details
(xvi) UPS System and batteries bank earthling layout
(xvii) Foundation plan and loading details for UPS panels
*To be submitted with technical offer
415V MCCB PANELS
SECTION – 3
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION FOR 415 V MCCB PANEL
1. DESCRIPTION OF WORK :
This section covers the detailed requirements for design, manufacture, inspection,
transportation to site, installation testing & commissioning of MCCB. Panels
suitable for 415 Volts, 3 phase, 50 HZ, 4 wire system, in line with single line
diagram ( NI-499-I-001), schedule of quantities and as specified.
2. CODES AND STANDARDS:
415V MCCB Panels shall conform to latest applicable IS, IEC standard as listed
below and other relevant standards / code as applicable.
IS : 13947 (Part – I to V) : Specification for low-voltage switchgear.
IS : 1248 : Electrical measuring instruments and their
IS : 8623 : Specification for low-voltage switchgear and
IS : 3072 : Code of practice for installation and
maintenance of switchgear.
IS : 2705 (Part – I to IV) : Current Transformers
IEC : 61643-12 : Surge Protection Devices for Power Lines.
IEC : 60947-7-1 : Terminal Blocks
3. SPECIFICATIONS :
3.1.1 The panels shall be capable of fault withstand capacity of 35 KA for duration of one
3.1.2 The panel shall be metal enclosed, indoor type having sectionalisation of incoming,
and outgoing supply. The design shall be cubicle type as specified.
3.1.3 The panel shall be floor mounted free standing totally enclosed and extensible type.
The panel shall be with lockable arrangement with degree of protection IP - 54 and
shall be suitable for the climate conditions as specified. The design shall include all
provisions for safety of operating and maintenance personnel.
3.2.1 The panel shall be shall be fabricated out of CRCA sheet steel 2.0 mm thick.
Wherever necessary, such sheet steel member shall be stiffened by angle iron
frame work. General construction shall employ the principle of
compartmentalization and segregation for each circuit. Unless otherwise approved,
incomer and bus section panels or sections shall be separate and independent and
shall not be mixed with sections required for feeders. Each section of the rear
accessible type board shall have hinged access doors at the rear. Overall height of
the board shall not exceed 2.40 meters. Operating levers, handle etc. of highest unit
shall not be at a height more than 1.8 m, and that of the lowest unit shall not be less
than 300 mm above finished floor level. Multi-tier mounting of feeders is
permissible. The general arrangement for multi-tier construction shall be such that
the horizontal tiers formed present a pleasing and asthetic look. The general
arrangement shall be got approved before fabrication. Cable entries for various
feeders shall be either rear or from the front through cable alleys located in between
two sections of minimum 300 mm width. There shall be separate gland plate for
each cable entry so that there will not be dislocation of already wired circuit when
new feeders are added. Cable entry plates shall therefore be sectionalised. The
construction shall include necessary cable supports for clamping the cable in the
cable alley or in rear cable chamber.All cable entries shall be from the top/bottom as
specified. Gland plate shall be minimum 3 mm thick.The panels colour shall be -
7032 siemenes gray ( Subject to approval of CDRI/EPI). Enclosure protection class
of panel shall be IP-54.
3.2.2 Cable Termination / Bus Duct Terminations:
Panel shall be design for cable entry from bottom / top as required. Sufficient space
shall be provided for each of termination and connection. All provision and
accessories shall be furnished for termination and connection of power cables
including removal gland plates, copper / aluminium lugs, double compression brass
glands with tapped washer and terminal blocks. Bus Duct connection shall be from
the top. All provision for Bus Duct connection with accessories shall be provided.
All meters shall be Digital type flush mounted type conforming to class 1.0 for
accuracy and of size of 96 mm2 for incoming feeders and outgoing feeders.
3.2.4 Indicator Lamps
ON/OFF and phase indicator lamps shall be provided suitable for operation on AC
230 Volts supply. Necessary filter G/Y/R/A shall be provided depending upon the
function. All lamps shall be protected by proper HRC fuses. All lamps shall be
All wiring controls, indication etc. shall be with minimum 2.5 sq. mm suitable
stranded copper conductor cables PVC insulated. Wiring shall be suitably protected
within the panels. Runs of wires shall be neatly bunched and suitably supported and
clamped. Means shall be provided for easy identification of the wires. Identification
ferrules shall be used at both ends of the wires. All control wiring meant for external
connection are to be brought out on terminal board. Brass/Copper thinbles,
insulation tape etc. shall be provided at joints & terminations as required.
3.2.6 Terminal Blocks
i. All control terminal blocks shall be unbreakable and IP 20 compliant. The metal
parts of the terminal block including the captive screw shall be of Cu. Alloy and its
housing shall be Polyamide class V0/V2 as per UL94. It shall be suitable for
mounting on both C&G type rail and shall be capable to withstand vibration level
ii. High current carrying terminal blocks suitable for 25-240 sq. mm wire shall contain
individual terminal sleeve cover on each termination which is also individually
separatable, to avoid accidental touch. It housing material shall be Polyamide as per
UL 94 and shall be separated from each other by separating/partition plate.
3.3 Bus Bar & Bus Bar Chambers
i. Bus Bar and Connections
a. The bus bar shall be of copper (electrolytic grade) and of adequate section.
The bus bar system shall comprise a system of totally enclosed main
horizontal bus bars run at the top and vertical bus bars serving all modules in
vertical section on either side in cable entries. In case of rear access,
horizontal bus system shall run suitably either at the top or bottom. All
connections to individual circuits from the bus bar shall be with solid
connections. All horizontal bus bar, vertical bus bar and connections shall be
suitably sleeved with PVC sleeves or suitably insulated in an approved
b. The bus bar temperature should not exceed 90o C i.e. 40oC temperature rise
over 50oC ambient. The calculation for temperature rise and bus bar sizing
should be furnished along with shop drawing for approval.
c. Wherever copper bus bar and Aluminum bus bar are connected to each other,
bimetallic strip shall be used.
ii. Bus Bar Supports and Attachments
Bus bar shall be firmly fixed on supports constructed from SMC (glass fibre
reinforced thermosetting plastic). The supports shall be sufficiently robust to
effectively withstand electro-mechanical stresses produced in the event of
iii. Connection to Bus Bars
Connections to bus bars shall be made with bolts and nuts. Holes drilled into
the bus bars may be made. Suitable precaution shall be taken against heating
due to bi-metallic contact. Further for tapping off connections from bus bars,
PVC insulated wire may be used for current capacities upto 100 amps and for
higher current capacities solid conductors/strips suitably insulated with PVC
sleeves/tape shall be used.
The minimum clearances to be maintained for open and closed indoor air
insulated bus bars/electrically non-exposed and working at system voltages
upto 600 volts shall be as follows :
Between ................................................. Minimum Clearances
Phase to Earth ............................................. 20 mm
Phase to Phase ............................................. 25 mm
v. Bus Bar Markings
The colours and letters (or symbols) for bus bars :
Main bus bar connections and auxilliary wiring etc. shall conform to relevant
Indian Standard. A brief from I.S. 375 (revised) is given below:
For AC bus bars and Main connections
S.No. Bus Bar & Colour Letter/Symbol
1. Three Phase Red, R,Y,B.
2. Two Phase Red, Blue R,B
3. Single Phase Red R
4. Neutral Connection Black N
5. Connection to Green E
6. Phase variable
(Such as connections
to reversible motors) Grey Gy.
vi Phase Sequence and Polarity
Bus bars and main connections, when marked shall be marked in accordance
with the following table to indicate the order in which the voltages in phases
reach their maximum values.
System As indicated by Phase sequence
Colors or letters as indicated
Three Phase Red, Yellow, Blue R, Y, B.
Two Phase Red, Blue R, B.
vii. Arrangement of Bus bars & Main Connections :
Bus bars and main connections which are substantially in one plane shall be
arranged in order given as follows:
a. A.C. System
i The order of phase connections shall be Red, Yellow and Blue.
ii When the run of the conductors is horizontal, the red shall be on the
top or farthest away from the centre line as viewed from the front.
iii When the run of the conductor is vertical, the red shall be on the
iv When the system has a neutral connection in the same plane as the
phase connections, the neutral shall occupy an outer position.
v Unless the neutral connections can be readily distinguished from the
phase connections, the order shall be red, yellow, blue and black.
Incoming terminals shall be suitable for receiving cables.
3.4 PROTECTIVE DEVICES & MCCB
3.4.1 PROTECTIVE DEVICES
Suitable Surge Protection Devices shall be provided at the input of Panel,
conforming to IEC-61643-12 (Stage-I/Class B). The device shall be mountable on
standard DIN Rail. It shall have the capability to arrest external lighting surges (of
10/350 µ waveform) up to 50 KA between Line to Neutral & 100 KA between
neutral to earth.
3.4.2 MOULDED CASE CIRCUIT BREAKERS
184.108.40.206 Moulded case circuit breakers shall comply with the latest Indian Standards and
IEC standards. They shall have the voltage and current ratings, rated duty, rated
short circuit service breaking capacity and rated short-time withstand current as
indicated. All the MCCBs shall be provided with electronic releases
220.127.116.11 MCCB's shall be of the independent manual closing air-break type, rated for an
uninterrupted duty, unless otherwise indicated.
18.104.22.168 Each MCCB shall have a facility for padlocking in the "OFF" position.
22.214.171.124 MCCB shall have front operating extended door operating handle.
3.5 CURRENT TRANSFORMERS
Current Transformers shall be cast resin type.
a) All phases shall be provided with current transformers of accuracy Class I and
suitable VA burden to operate associated metering.
b) Separate C.T's shall be used for protective devices.
3.6 VOLTAGE TRANSFORMER :
Voltage transformers shall be cast resin type with accuracy class of 1.0.
3.7 RELAYS :
The vendor shall furnish, install and co-ordinate all relays to meet the requirement
of protection, interlock and bus transfer scheme as indicated in BOQ, Drawing,
Specification and system requirement. Relays shall be Microprocessor type.
All components, frame etc. shall be properly earthed. Al. earth bars of 50 mm x 6
mm shall be provided for the MCCB panels for the full length of the panel and
connected to the frame work. Provisions shall be made for connection from this
earth bar to the main earthing bar on both sides of MCCB Panels.
All steel work used in the construction of the MCCB panels shall have undergone a
rigorous metal treatment process as follows :-
Effective cleaning by hot alkaline degreasing solution followed by cold water
rinsing to remove traces of alkaline solution.
Pickling in dilute sulphuric acid to remove oxide scales & rust formation, if any,
followed by cold water rinsing to remove traces of acidic solution.
A recognised phosphating process to facilitate durable coating of the paint on the
metal surfaces and also to prevent the spread of rusting in the event of the paint film
being mechanically damaged. This again, shall be followed by hot water rinsing to
remove traces of phosphate solution.
Passivating in de-oxalite solution to retain and augment the effects of phosphating.
Drying with compressed air in a dust free atmosphere.
Primer coating with two coats of a highly corrosion resistant primer, applied wet on
wet and stove dried under strictly controlled conditions of temperature and time.
Finishing treatment shall be by powder coating with 60 micron minimum thickness.
Anodised Aluminium labels shall be provided on all incoming and outgoing feeder
switches. Circuit diagram showing the arrangement of the circuit inside the LT
panel shall be pasted on inside of the panel door and covered with transparent
laminated plastic sheet. Caution notice place shall be affixed at the back of each
3.11 SPACE HEATER AND PLUG SOCKET :
Each vertical panel shall be provided with thermostat controlled space heater and
5A 3 pin plug socket. Separate transformer for space heating supply has to be
4.1 TESTS AT MANUFACTURERS WORK
All routine tests specified in IS : 8623: shall be carried out
4.2 Test witness
Tests shall be performed in the presence of the Engineer-in-Charge. The vendor
shall give at least fifteen days advance notice of the date when the tests are proposed
to be carried out.
5. Documents to be submitted by the bidder for 415 V MCCB panels.
* (i) Single Line Diagram.
* (ii) Confirmations (clause wise) on technical specifications for 415 V MCCBs
* (iii) Duly filled in Technical Particulars.- Section 5 (B)
(iv) General arrangement drawing showing space required in front for
withdrawls, power and control cables entry points, bus duct / cable entry
(v) Technical particulars for each panel.
(vi) Single Line Diagram.
(vii) Control wiring diagram alongwith electrical interlock scheme.
(viii) Bill of material indicating quantity, rating and make of all component.
\(ix) Foundation plan and loading.
(x) Type test certificate from CPRI on identical panel.
(xi) Technical literature on each component / equipment.
(xii) Bus bar sizing calculations alongwith supporting document.
(xiii) Instruction manuals of circuit breakers, control module and individual
(iv) Routine test certificates carried out on the panel. (All internal test
(v) Type test certificates for any equipment if so desired by the owner.
(vi) Internal layout and cable termination details
(vii) Installation drawing
(viii) Manufacturer’s QAP
* - To be submitted with technical offer.
FLEXIBLE XLPE INSULATED
SECTION – 4
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION FOR XLPE INSULATED POWER CABLES
This section covers supply and laying of 1c x185 sqmm size XLPE flexible copper
conductor power cables.( UPS supplier to check size and suitability of cable)
2. CODES AND STANDARDS:
All standards, specifications and codes of practice referred to herein shall be the
latest editions including all applicable official amendments and revisions. The
cables shall conform to the following standards and codes:
IS : 3961 Recommended current ratings for cables
IS : 7098 (Part-1) Cross linked polyethylene insulated PVC sheathed cables for
working voltages upto and including 1100V
IS : 8130 Conductors for insulated electrical cables and flexible cords
IS : 10418 Specifications for drums foe electric cables.
IS : 10810 Methods for tests for cables
3. INSTALLATION OF CABLES
Cables in UPS room and battery room shall be laid in trench on multi tier trays
covered with trench cover. All cables shall be bent in radius not less than 15 times
or as prescribed by the manufacturer which ever is higher. Cable laying shall be
carried out as per CPWD specifications.
4 POWER CABLE
The cable shall conform to IS: 7098 (Part I) and as specified in schedule.
LT power cable shall be supplied inspected, laid, tested and commissioned in
accordance with drawings, specifications, relevant Indian Standards Specifications
and cable manufacturer’s instructions. The cable shall be delivered at site in
original drums with manufacturer’s name clearly written on the drum.
The power cable of 1c x 185 sqmm size shall be XLPE insulated Copper conductor
flexible cable conforming to IS : 7098 (Part-I). Vendor to ensure the suitability of
the cable size specified.
All cables shall be inspected upon receipt at site and checked by the Engineer-in-
Charge for any damage during transit.
The cable installation shall be carried out in accordance with the specifications
given herein. For details not covered in these specifications, I.S. 1255 shall be
i. Before the cable laying work is undertaken, the route of the cable shall be
decided by the Engineer-in-Charge.
ii. While shortest practicable route shall be preferred, developments such as
roads,. iii. While selecting cable routes, corrosive soils, ground
surrounding sewage and effluent etc. shall be avoided.
iii. As far as possible, the alignment of the cable route shall be decided taking into
consideration the present and future requirements of other agencies
iv. Whenever cables are laid along well demarcated or established roads, the MV
cables shall be laid further from the kerb line than HV cables.
vi. Cables of different voltages and also power and control cables shall be kept in
different trenches with adequate separation.
v Where cables cross one another the cable of higher voltage shall be laid at a
lower level than the cable of lower voltage.
5.3 PROXIMITY TO COMMUNICATION CABLES
5.3.1 Power and communication cables shall as far possible cross at right angles. Where
power cables are laid in proximity communication cables the horizontal and vertical
clearances shall not normally be less than 60 cms.
5.4 LAYING METHODS
5.4.1 Cables shall generally be laid in trenches, pipes/closed ducts, in open ducts, direct in
ground or on surface depending on site conditions.
5.4.2 CABLE TAGS
Cable tags shall be made out of 2mm thick aluminum sheets, each tag 1-1/2 inch in
dia with one hole of 2.5mm dia, 6mm below the periphery. Cable designations are
to be punched with letter / number punches and the tags are to be tied inside the
panels beyond the glanding as well as below the glands at cable entries. Trays tags
are to be tied at all bends. On straight lengths, tags shall be provided at every 5
5.4.3 Testing of Cables
Prior to installation of cables,the following tests shall be carried out. Insulation test
between phases, phase & neutral, phase & earth for each length of cable.
At the time of issue of cables for laying, the cable shall be tested for continuity and
Testing before covering
The cables shall be tested for continuity of cores and insulation resistance and the
cable length shall be measured, before closing the trench. The cable end shall be
Insulation Resistance Test (Sectional and overall)
Continuity Resistance Test.
All tests shall be carried out in accordance with relevant Indian Standard code of
practice and Indian Electricity Rules. The Vendor shall provide necessary
instruments; equipment’s and labour for conducting the above tests & shall bear all
expenses of conducting such tests.
5.5. Completion plan and completion certificate
a) After completion of the work the vendor shall draw completion plans to a
suitable scale and shall submit to the Engineer-in-Charge.The completion plans
shall, inter-alia, give the following details :-
i Layout of cable work
ii Length, size, type and grade of cables.
iii Method of laying i.e. direct in ground, in pipes etc.
iv Location of each joint with jointing method followed.
6.0 Documents to be submitted by the bidder for single core XLPE
flexible copper conductor cable
* (i) Confirmations (clause wise) on technical specifications for flexible
XLPE insulated power cable.
* (ii) Duly filled in technical particulars - Section-5 (C)
(iii) Data sheet
(iv) Cable sizing calculation.
(v) Internal Test reports & certificates
(v) Quality Assurance Plan.
* - To be submitted with technical offer.
(TO BE FILLED-IN BY THE BIDDER)
SECTION – 5
Sl. No. Description Page
01 UPS SYSTEM 36
02 MCCB PANELS 38
03 XLPE INSULATED POWER CABLE 40
04 BATTERY 41
(A) TECHNICAL PARTICULARS FOR
3 X 200 KVA UPS - PARALLEL REDUNDANT (2+1)
Sl.No. Description TO BE FILLED IN REMARKS
BY TENDERER (If Deviation
1 UPS Technology
2 Make & Model No.
3 Input Power Factor
4 Input THDI
5 Input voltage tolerance
6 Input frequency tolerance
7 Inverter Type
8 Rectifier Type
9 Output voltage distortion at
- Linear loads
- Non linear loads
10 Crest Factor
11 Phase Displacement
-With linear load
-With nonlinear load
12 Output Voltage Regulation
13 Output Frequency
14 Rectifier and Charger Rating
15 Inverter Efficiency at rated load
16 UPS -Overload Rating at
110 % -
125 % -
150 % -
17 UPS PF (Designed)
18 UPS Overall Efficiency at 100% load
19 Transient Response at
20 Recovery Time to Steady State
21 Display Type
22 Load PF Range
24 Noise Level
25 Communication Protocols
26 Total system losses
27 Recommended operating temperature -
28 Protection Class UPS
29 UPS Indications (LCD)/Alarms
30 Output Isolation Transformer
(Type and mounting)
31 Switch Over time upon failure of AC
32 Input /Output side surge suppression
33 Expandability (nos)
34 Battery VAH - (for 15 minutes back-
35 Battery Type
36 Battery Isolation
37 No. of Batteries with each UPS
38 Make of Battery
39 UPS panel- Size and Weight
40 Type & size of cable (UPS to Battery)
(B) TECHNICAL PARTICULARS FOR 415V MCCB
Description Quoted Data
1.3 Reference standard
1.5 Phase, frequency
1.6 Short circuit rating for 1 sec (KA)
1.7 Insulation level (KV)
a) Degree of protection
b) Thickness of sheet metal (mm)
2.1 Completely compartmentalized
Working height limits from floor level
Minimum clear space required at front for
Minimum clear space required at rear
2.5 Overall dimensions (LxBxH) mm
2.6 Approximate weight (Kg)
Description Quoted Data
3.2 Material & grade
3.3 Reference standard
3.4 Cross sectional area
a) Main busbar
b) Vertical busbar
4.3 Reference standard
5.0 Current transformer
5.3 Reference standard
5.5 VA rating
a) Metering CT
6.3 Reference standard
( C ) TECHNICAL PARTICULARS
XLPE POWER CABLES
Sl. Description Quoted Data
1.1 Make & Type :
1.2 Applicable Standards :
1.3 Voltage Grade :
1.4 Maximum conductor temperature
a) Continuous C :
b) Short Time C :
a) Material :
b) Size in mm2 :
a) Material :
b) Thickness (mm) :
1.7 Overall Sheath :
b) Thickness (mm) :
1.8 Approximate overall diameter (mm) :
1.9 Standard drum length with tolerance :
1.10 Continues current Rating (A) :
a) In Ground
b) In Air
( D ) TECHNICAL PARTICULARS
Sl. Description Quoted Data
1.0 Battery – Type :
1.1 Make :
1.2 Reference Standard :
1.3 Rated Voltage (V) :
1.4 Battery Capacity in AH at 270C :
1.5 Life Expectancy (Design) :
1.6 Service life :
1.7 Type & No. of cell per battery. :
1.8 Nominal End Cell voltage (V) :
1.9 Number of Batteries per UPS :
1.10 Size of the rack & no. of rack :
1.11 No. of batteries per. rack, total no :
1.12 Overall dimensions of battery (L x :
D x H) mm.
1.13 Approx. weight of battery (Kg) :
1.14 Battery bank back-up time at rated :
1.15 Self Discharge Rate :
1.16 Storage- Temp. (max.& min.) and :
LIST OF RECOMMENDED MAKES
( CABLES, PANELS & COMPONENTS)
SECTION – 6
LIST OF RRECOMMENDED MAKES
S. No. Items Recommended Makes
A. UPS EQUIPMENTS, CABLES &
1. BATTERIES EXIDE/ HBL POWER/ PANASONIC/ GLOBAL
2. POWER CABLES CCI / GLOSTER / NICCO / UNIVERSAL / RPG
(ASIAN) /HAVELLS/ SKYTONE/ CAPCAB
3 415 V MCCB PANEL TRICOLITE / L&T / SCHNEIDER / CONTROL
& SWITCHGEAR / SIEMENS / ADVANCE
3. PROTECTION & OTHER RELAYS AREVA / L&T / ABB / SIEMENS
4. MOULDED CASE CIRCUIT L&T (Desine) / SIEMENS (Sentron) /
BREAKERS SCHNEIDER (Compact-N) / ABB
5. FUSE DISCONNECTOR SWITCH / L & T / SIEMENS / GE POWER./ ABB/
SWITCH FUSE UNITS SCHNEIDER
6. HRC FUSES L & T / SIEMENS / GE POWER. / ABB /
7. AMMETER, VOLTMETER AE / MECO / UNIVERSAL / RISHAB / IMP
8. SELECTOR SWITCH, PUSH KAY CEE / L&T / GE POWER CONTROL /
BUTTON SWITCH / EMERGENCY SIEMENS / BIL.
9. LED INDICATION LAMPS AE / EASUN / KAY CEE / SIEMENS /
VAISHNOV / L&T
10. CT’S AE / KAPPA / UNIVERSAL / KAYCEE / IMP /
L&T / MECO / GILBERT & MAXWELL
11. SINGLE PHASING PREVENTOR / L&T / GE POWER / SIEMENS / MINILEC /
OVER LOAD PROTECTION UNIT ABB / SCHNEIDER
12. RELAYS L&T / AREVA / ABB / SIEMENS
S. No. Items Recommended Makes
13. CONTACTORS L&T / GE POWER / BIL/ SIEMENS / ABB / TC /
14. KWH, PF, FREQUENCY METER AE / L&T / SECURE / HAVELLS/ AREVA/
15. PUSH BUTTONS L&T / SIEMENS / BIL/ CON CORD / GE.
16. TIMERS L&T/ BCH / MDS / SIEMENS / GE POWER
17. MCB LEGRAND / L&T / SIEMENS / SCHNEIDER-
18. DIGITAL METERS, CONZERV / SECURE / AE / L&T
19. CABLES GLANDS COMET / DOWELL / JAINSON.
20. LUGS & THIMBLES DOWELLS / JAINSON
21. INSULATING MATS. ISI MARKED.
Note : Items which are not covered in the above list shall be supplied subject to approval of make
by EPI / CDRI (before procurement)
LIST OF DRAWINGS
SECTION – 7
List of Drawings
S.No. Drawing No. Title
1. NI-499-I-001, Rev.00 SINGLE LINE DIAGRAM FOR UPS
2. NI-499-I-002, Rev. 01 LAYOUT FOR UPS AND BATTERY