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Installation Guide

PRSB 15kW, 48VDC

351405.033

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Copyright : Eltek Energy AS, Norway 2004


NS-EN ISO 9001:1994 Certificate no: 900005Q NS-EN ISO 14001:1996 Certificate no: 900005E. This product holds a CE mark and satisfies all requirements covering relevant standards and directives.

EMC
EN61000-6-2 Industrial Environment EN61000-6-3 Residential, Commercial and Light Industry ETS 300386 v1.3.1 Telecommunication Equipment

LVD
LVD73/23/EEC Low Voltage Directive EN60950 Safety of Technology Equipment

Head Office:

Certificate no: 900005Q

Certificate no: 900005E

Eltek Energy AS
P.O. Box 2340 Strms N-3003 Drammen NORWAY Phone: (+47) 32 20 32 00 Fax: (+47) 32 20 32 10 E-Mail eltek@eltekenergy.com Internet: http://www.eltekenergy.com

Art. No. 351405.033 Published 2004-11-18 Mfm

Issue 3, 2004 November

Flatpack PRSB 15kW, 48VDC (Outdoor Site Power Cabinet, Fan Cooled) has part no. CF1032.001

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Table of Contents
1 DESCRIPTION OF FLATPACK PRSB 15KW, 48VDC
OVERVIEW GENERAL ARRANGEMENT INPUT AND DISTRIBUTION ARRANGEMENT AC INPUT TERMINALS DC DISTRIBUTION AND LVBD DEVICE MONITORING, CONTROL AND SIGNAL INTERFACE SYSTEM MONITORING

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2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURES
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS UNPACKING AND MECHANICAL INSTALLATION ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION RECTIFIER INSTALLATION MAINS SUPPLY EFFECT BALANCING RECTIFIER INSTALLATION HANDLES AND LOCKING MECHANISM COMMISSIONING

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3 ALARM RELAY OUTPUTS AND SIGNAL CONNECTIONS


CONNECTIONS FOR INTERNAL SYSTEM WIRING CONNECTIONS GMT FUSES

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4 SPECIFICATIONS FLATPACK PRSB 15KW, 48VDC, FAN COOLED


SPECIFICATION FAN OPERATION

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5 APPENDIX: SCHEMATICS, DRAWINGS, FIGURES, ETC.


GENERAL ARRANGEMENT DRAWING SYSTEM SCHEMATIC PRSB 15KW, 48VDC, OUTDOOR CABINET, FAN COOLED ON SITE DOOR REMOVAL OUTDOOR CABINET, FAN COOLED DRILLING TEMPLATE

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Description of Flatpack PRSB 15kW, 48VDC

This Installation Guide contains information about how to install the Flatpack PRSB 15kW, 48VDC system1 , for the outdoor site power cabinet, fan cooled. Please, refer to the systems Documentation Set (art. 351405.003) for an overview of related user documentation.

Overview General Arrangement


The Flatpack PRSB 15kW, 48VDC is a DC power supply system based on the Flatpack 1500 48V rectifier. The system contains AC termination blocks, DC distribution, Flatpack Power Rack, Flatpack 1500 rectifier modules and the Flatpack Monitoring and Control Unit (MCU). The system is designed for cable entry from top and the cabinet size is 770x820x2000mm, (30.3 x 32.3 x 78.7) (WxDxH).

Heater MCB (AC).

DC Load Distribution: MCBs, Mains, Alarm and Signal Terminals

LTE Distribution, MCBs Optional kit.

Battery strings. The top three shelves are optional kits

Air filter Figure 1 Flatpack Power Rack System General Arrangement

PRSB = Power Rack System with Batteries


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Input and Distribution Arrangement


Cabinet main Protective Earth (PE). Connected to powercore PE. Positioned in the ceiling ve DC Load Terminals (BTS MCBs) 2 On top of each load breaker, 25 mm (70 mm2) ve Battery Terminals Bus bar, 35 mm2 +ve DC Load Terminals Common positive bus bar, 70 mm2 +ve Battery Terminals Common positive bus bar, 70 mm2 DC Earth (TE) terminal, M6 AC Earth (PE) terminal, M6 AC Mains Terminals Terminals for GMT 15A Load Fuses, 1.5 mm2 CON 5,2Alarm Terminals 1.5 mm (Front access) Flatpack 1500 rectifier modules MCU Ctrl. Unit, and CON 4, Monitoring Terminals (Back MCU)

Figure 2 Location of components in the Power core. Contains Distribution and Power Racks

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AC Input Terminals
The AC terminal block is factory configured for mains supply type: 400VAC, 3 phase and N. L1-bar N-bar L2-bar L3-bar N (neutral) (Terminal for incoming wire) L2 (Terminal for incoming wire) L3 (Terminal for incoming wire)

L1 (Terminal for incoming wire)

Labels on internal wires (Wires may be reconnected to match the sites type of AC mains supply) Figure 3 AC input terminals, L1, L2, L3 & N, with internal terminal connection bars

AC Input Feed Sizing

An external breaker is required on all sights. This should be turned OFF under all installation.

(Recommended AC Breaker Rating and Min. Wire Size) 18kW VAC Input

400VAC +N, 3 ph 230VAC, 3 ph

40A C 4x6 mm2 Cu max. 30m 63A C 3x10 mm2 Cu max. 45m

You may reconfigure the AC terminal block for connection of 230VAC, 3 phase supply. To do so, rewire the internal (blue) wires as described in the table below, and connect the AC mains supply cable to terminals L1, L2 and L3. AC Terminal Block 400VAC, 3ph+N
Internal Wire Connections Internal Wire Wire Color Connected to (Labeled) Terminal Bar

AC Terminal Block 230VAC, 3ph


Internal Wire Connections Internal Wire Wire Color Connected to (Labeled) Terminal Bar

L1,1 N1(L2) L2,1 N1(L3) L3,1 N1(L1) L1,2 N2(L2) L2,2 N2(L3)

Black Blue Black Blue Black Blue Black Blue Black Blue

L1-bar N-bar L2-bar N-bar L3-bar N-bar L1-bar N-bar L2-bar N-bar
Factory configuration

L1,1 N1(L2) L2,1 N1(L3) L3,1 N1(L1) L1,2 N2(L2) L2,2 N2(L3)

Black Blue Black Blue Black Blue Black Blue Black Blue

L1-bar L2-bar L2-bar L3-bar L3-bar L1-bar L1-bar L2-bar L2-bar L3-bar
Customized configuration

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To connect your system to 1 phase from a 230 VACsystem or a 400 VAC + Nsystem connect the input cables as illustrated in the table to the right. With one phase the maximum amount of rectifiers is 4. These have to be placed in position 1,4,7 and 9 in Figure 4, page 11. The other positions will not be usable.

AC Input Connection 1-phase


External Wire Connections

AC configuration in Terminal Block


400 VAC + N 230 VAC

Input (230 VAC, 3ph or 400 VAC, 3ph + N)

400VAC + N 230VAC

L1 N L1 L2

L1-terminal N-terminal L1-terminal N-terminal

L1-terminal L2-terminal L1-terminal L2-terminal

1 phase configurations

DC Distribution and LVBD device


The system is configured for negative distribution. The common positive bus bar is located inside the distribution section; see, page 5. The system is equipped with a Low Voltage Battery Disconnect (LVBD) device.

Monitoring, Control and Signal Interface


The Flatpack PRSB 15kW, 48VDC is available with basic functionality for monitoring and control of the system, and is equipped with: Relay outputs, 6 pcs Digital inputs, 4 pcs Symmetry input signals, 2 pcs (battery string midpoint measurements) Digital input for external symmetry circuitry

One of the interface boards (104649) is located behind the MCU (with rear access to the terminals), while the other board (104648) is mounted on top of the MCU (with front access to the terminals). Ses Figure 7 Customer connections interface, page 12.

System Monitoring
The Flatpack MCU Monitoring & Control Unit monitors and controls the entire rectifier system including distribution and batteries, as well as other equipment on site. The unit also incorporates a communication port for connecting computers via the RS232C interface. The Flatpack system can be operated and configured locally via the keypad on the MCU unit, by selecting commands from set-up menus in a hierarchical menu system. Please refer to the Flatpack MCU Operation Guide for detailed information about system monitoring. Remote system monitoring and configuration may also be performed using WinPower Silver a Windows-based program that runs on a connected PC. The following configuration tasks require the use of a PC: Installation settings System calibration Battery configuration Alarm setup Alarm log retrieval Site information Site specific configuration

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Installation Procedures

This section describes how to install the Flatpack PRSB 15kW, 48VDC. Step-by-step procedures will guide you through the installation. For full description of the Flatpack Rectifier and the Flatpack MCU monitoring and control unit, please refer to the Operation Guides for the respective modules.

Safety Precautions

The equipment described in this manual must only be installed by authorized personnel, and only operated by persons who have attended a suitable Eltek Energy training course. The equipment represents an energy hazard and failure to observe this could cause terminal injury and invalidate our warranty. There are hazardous voltages inside the rectifier system. As the rectifier units incorporate large charged capacitors, it is dangerous to work inside the system even if the mains supply is disconnected. Products into which our components are incorporated have to comply with a number of requirements. Installation is to be in accordance with the recommendations herein. Please read the manual carefully before using the equipment.

Unpacking and Mechanical Installation Installation Step


1 TAKE THE FLATPACK POWER SYSTEM OUT OF THE PACKAGING 2 DRILL HOLES
TEMPLATE

Comments
Inspect the unit for any physical or transit damage, and tighten the screws that connect conductors. Report any transit damage to Eltek Energy immediately The Drilling Template with instructions is located in section 5, page 18. The floor construction must be capable of supporting the equipment. Bolts are not included in the cabinet. If a plinth is used, refer to Installation Guide, Kit for Plinth, Doc. No. 351416.033.

OK

IN THE GROUND

ACCORDING TO DRILLING

3 POSITION THE CABINET


REQUIRED LOCATION

IN THE

4 BOLT THE CABINET GROUND/PLINTH

TO THE

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Electrical Installation
For location of components, see Figure 2 - page 5, Figure 3 - page 6, and Figure 9.- page 16.

Installation Step

Comments
The AC Earth (PE) and DC Earth (TE) terminals are mechanically connected to the cabinet chassis. The Common Positive Bus bar is internally cabled to DC Earth (TE); thus the positive output of the rectifiers is connected to ground (TE), and the negative output represents the 48Vdc supply voltage. If required, you can remove the internal cable that connects the positive bus bar to local PE. Switch OFF the AC input power (external MCBs), before connecting the cable. Open the clamps that fasten the cable entry rubber gland. Shape the cable entry rubber gland with a knife to fit the mains cables, and draw the cables into the top of the cabinet. It is recommended to do the same with the load cables at this time. Fasten the cables with strips to the brackets inside the cabinet. Do not make the cable slot too wide! Use silicon to make the input hole watertight.

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1. EARTH CONNECTIONS

2. AC CONNECTIONS

Connect the AC cables, max. 35sq mm(AWG 2), to the terminal block in the top of the cabinet as the labels indicate. Replace the cable entry clamps. Do not power up the system until the whole installation is complete. Connect the external AC ground wire to the cabinets main Protective Earth (PE) terminal. See Figure 2.- page 5.

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3. LOAD CONNECTIONS
Alarm connection

100A

150A

Cable gland

Turn OFF the Load/BTS MCBs. Turn OFF the PRS battery MCBs on the left side of the cabinet. Loosen the screws and pull the black cable gland back to draw the load cables down to the powercore. The kit includes two copper bridges. One for 100 A (two pins) and one for 150 A. If the load current is larger than 50 A use the two pin copper bridge. Then the 3rd hole in the breaker cannot be used. If the load current is larger than 100 A, use the three pin copper bridge. Insert the chosen copper bridge on to the top of the MCB. Connect the orange alarm wire to the copper bridges with a screw if the bridges are used. Connect the positive cable(s), max 70 mm sq (AWG 2/0), to the common positive bus bar on the top of the powercore. 2 Connect the negative (-48V) cables, max 25 mm sq each (AWG 3), to the top of the MCBs or the copper bridges. Connect the negative (-48V) cables to the MCBs. Connect the adequate cables, 1,5 mm sq (AWG 15), to the GMT fuse card according to the table in section 3 page 14 The positive and negative (-48V) battery cables are connected from factory to the common positive bus bar and to the battery MCBs. (Excluding additional battery string kits) The battery temperature sense cable is also pre-wired to CON4, and temporally fixed to the cabinets wall. Connect the loose end of the battery cables to the battery terminals; blue cable to the negative terminal and black cable to the positive terminal. Connect all battery intercell links Place the temperature sensor, located at the end of the battery temperature sense cable, on top of the topmost battery string. Please follow chapters Pre-Start Check and Start-Up Procedure in manual Commissioning Guide Flatpack 1500 DC Rectifier Plant, Doc. No. 360006.163.

4. GMT FUSE
CONNECTION

5. BATTERY CONNECTIONS

6. POWER UP

The bus bar is prepared for connection of cables with lugs or ferrules. M8 bolts are fitted at delivery.

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Rectifier Installation Mains Supply Balancing Effect


The Flatpack PRSB system may be expanded to a maximum of 10 Flatpack 1500 rectifiers. In order to load the AC supply net evenly similar current load from the 3 phases of the mains supply it is advisable to mount the required number of rectifiers in the following order: MCU 1st Pos (on L1) 2nd Pos (on L2) 3rd Pos (on L3) 7th Pos (on L1) 8th Pos (on L2) Figure 4 Rectifiers 4th Pos (on L1) 5th Pos (on L2) 6th Pos (on L3) 9th Pos (on L1) 10th Pos (on L2) Rectifier mounting order to load the mains supply evenly.

When possible, mount an equal number of rectifiers on each phase, L1, L2 and L3.

Rectifier Installation Handles and Locking Mechanism


The Flatpack 1500 rectifier module is equipped with handles that serve two purposes:

Locking the module into position


Open both handles, insert and plug the module into power shelf. Then lock it into position by rotating the handles upwards and pushing them firmly home; failure to do so will prevent the module from making proper contact. Figure 5 Module with released handles

Pulling the module out


Unlock and release the handles by inserting a small screwdriver into the upper holes, thus releasing the spring mechanisms. Do not use excessive force. The handles will release and pop out. When both handles are released, use them to pull the module out. Do not hold or carry the rectifier by its handles. Figure 6 Releasing the modules handles Upper hole to release the spring mechanism

Handle in locked position

Commissioning
For information regarding system commissioning, please read manual Commissioning Guide Flatpack 1500 DC Rectifier Plant, art. No. 360006.163.

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Alarm Relay Outputs and Signal Connections

The digital inputs are configured as fail-safe, i.e. if the input is enabled, it will trigger an alarm if the input is open. If several external devices are going to the same digital input, they must be connected in series. The alarm relays are also operated in fail-safe, i.e. the relays are energized when there is no alarm. The description below describes the pin out in normal state, i.e. the NO output is open in normal operation and shorts to the COM output in the alarm-state.

Input 1 AGND

CON4

External device alarm state

Alarm relay specification


Nominal switching capacity Maximum switching power Maximum switching voltage Maximum switching current 2A/30V DC 60W (resistive load) 220V DC 2A DC

Interface Customer Connection Pin Out


Interface Card 104649 Located back the MCU Ctrl. Unit (plug for MCU)

Interface Card 104648 Located on top of the MCU Ctrl. Unit

Pin 11 Pin 12 Pin 1 Pin 20

CON2 CON5 CON3 CON4 Pin 1


Terminal Description

Pin 10
Terminal

Pin 1

Pin 20
Description

CON 2 CON 3 Figure 7

Internal system connections Internal communication

CON 4 CON 5

Customer connections (digital inputs, symmetry, etc.) Customer connections (alarm relay outputs)
2

Customer connections interface and internal terminals. (Max. 1,5 mm , AWG 15)

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CON 5 Pin Assignment


for basic PCB version, art. No. 104648

Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Signal NC NO Com NC NO Com NC NO Com

Function Relay 6: Common Alarm Relay 5: Module Alarm Relay 4: Load / Battery Fuse Alarm

Pin 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Signal NC NO Com NC NO Com NC NO Com

Function Relay 3: Low Battery Alarm Relay 2: Heat Management Alarm Relay 1: High temp. (Fan regulation) (not used) (not used)
Factory Settings

CON 4 Pin Assignment


for basic PCB version, art. No. 104649

Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Signal + AGND + AGND + AGND + AGND + AGND

Function Digital Input 1 (Heat management) Digital Input 2 (programmable) Digital Input 3 (programmable) Digital Input 4 (programmable) Battery Symmetry 2 (digital input)

Pin 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Signal + + + + screen

Function Battery Symmetry 1 (analogue input) Battery Symmetry 3 (analogue input) +21V Auxiliary Supply (for modem or ext.equipment) (not used) Battery Temperature Sense Analogue ground (system ref.)

Connections for Internal system wiring


CON3 is used for rectifier and power shelf communication. CON2 is used for internal system wiring, which has been wired at the factory. These connectors are not involved in the system installation and commissioning process. The table below shows the pin assignment for CON2. CON 2 Pin Assignment
for basic PCB version, art. No. 104649

Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Signal + + + VDC+ VDC

Function Shunt 2: Battery current measurement Shunt 1: Battery current measurement Auxiliary Supply (for Flatpack MCU) Voltage Sense (system signal reference)

Pin 9 10 11 12

Signal + +

Function Battery Fuse State (digital input) Load Fuse State (digital input) LVBD control (Battery Disconnect contactor) LVLD control (Load Disconnect contactor)

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Connections for GMT fuses

Pin 16

Pin 1

GMT fuses Max. 15 A each

Figure 8

GMT fuse card (Max. cable size 1,5 mm sq)

The table below shows the pin assignment for the GMT load fuse card. Pin Assignment for GMT Fuse Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Signal + + + + Function GMT fuse 1 (F4) GMT fuse 2 (F5) GMT fuse 3 (F6) GMT fuse 4 (F7) Pin 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Signal + + + + Function GMT fuse 5 (F8) GMT fuse 6 (F9) GMT fuse 7 (F10) GMT fuse 8 (F11)

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Specifications Flatpack PRSB 15kW, 48VDC, Fan Cooled


DC OUTPUT
Voltage Current 48 VDC Up to 15 KW 300 Amps Battery cable, M8 bolts Negative distribution, Load cable, M8 bolts. Common positive bus bar, M8 bolts Front access screw terminals

Site Power Outdoor cabinet


SPECIFICATION
Max. number of rectifiers AC INPUT
Voltage 1 phase 230 rectifiers) 3 phase 208 3 phase 230 3 phase 400 45 to 66Hz See Flatpack 1500 48VDC datasheet (241114.100.DS3) Soft start Surge protection (varistors) Disconnect above 312 VAC

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VAC (max 4 VAC ( ) VAC ( ) VAC+N ( Y )

CONNECTIONS
Battery connections Load MCB connections Alarm connections No. of DC Load breakers No. of Battery fuses No. of Aux. fuses Programmable LVD Isolation Operating temp Storage temp Dimensions Weight

Frequency Maximum Current Protection

DISTRIBUTION OPTIONS
Up to 3 x (3pole 63Amps) Up to 3 x 125 Amps MCBs mount next to each battery shelves 8 x 10 Amps GMT type Standard: 1 LVBD (max. 400 Amps)

MONITORING
Monitoring Unit Local operation Remote operation Alarm relays Flatpack MCU Menu driven software via keypads and LCD or PC (WinPower) WinPower via modem or Web NMS via SNMP-agent 6 relays are standard

OTHER SPECIFICATIONS
3.0 KVAC input and output 1.5 KVAC input earth 1.0 KVDC output earth -40 to +50C (-40 to +122F) -40 to +85C (-40 to +185F) 770 x 820 x 2000mm (WxDxH) (30.3 x 32.3 x 78.7) Approx. 170kg excl. rectifiers and batteries Max. 250kg load per battery shelf EN 60950 UL 60950 ETSI EN 300 386 V.1.3.1 (telecommunication network) EN 61000-6-3 (emission, light industry) EN 61000-6-2 (immunity, industry) ETSI EN 300 019-2 ETSI EN 300 132-2

Visual indications Green LED System ON Red LED Active alarm(s) LCD system status Digital inputs 5 (for monitoring of external equipment) Current Battery current measurements Rectifier current Alarms Load fuse alarm Battery fuse alarm LVD operated Low output voltage alarms (2 individual alarm levels) High output voltage alarms (2 individual alarm levels) Battery capacity Temperature alarm Symmetry alarm

APPLICABLE STANDARDS
Electrical safety EMC

Environment

Fan operation
The fan runs as soon as the temperature in the cabinet passes 25oC and the fan MCB is switched on. The fan speed adjuster is pre installed and factory set to the right speed, which is a bit slower than full speed. It shall not be set again.

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Appendix: Schematics, Drawings, Figures, etc. General Arrangement drawing

See also Figure 2, page 5, for more detailed information about DC distribution.

Main Protective Earth (PE)

Heater MCB (AC) DC Distribution, Alarm, AC Terminals, etc. Rectifiers

LTE Fuses MCBs

Battery MCB FB4

Battery MCB FB3 Battery MCB FB2 Battery MCB FB1

Figure 9

General Arrangement drawing, PRSB 15kW, 48VDC Outdoor Cabinet, Fan Cooled

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System Schematic PRSB 15kW, 48VDC, Outdoor Cabinet, Fan Cooled

Figure 10 Schematic drawing, PRSB 15kW, 48VDC system

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On Site Door Removal Outdoor Cabinet, Fan Cooled

Step Description
1 Disconnect the earth connection cable on the bottom of the door Lift the door off the hinges. When the door is to be mounted back on, lift the door back on to its hinges Reconnect the earth connection

Ok

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Air filter

Earth connection

Drilling Template
Figure 11 Top view of the cabinets bottom plate. 700x700 mm external dimensions

Holes for mounting the cabinet to the ground without a plinth.

Holes for the plinth. Factory drilled

Holes for the plinth. Factory drilled

The cabinet overhangs by 35 mm outside the plinth on the rear, on the left hand and on the right hand side

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Main Office:

Eltek Energy AS
P.O. Box 2340 Strms N-3003 DRAMMEN Norway Phone: Fax: E-Mail: Internet: 47 32 20 32 00 47 32 20 32 10 eltek@eltek.no www.eltekenergy.com

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