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lnstantaneous emergency AG power"

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Battery-supplied 120 or 277 volt. Solid-state reliability. Compact and convenient.

Power Station is available in any multiple of z00watts AC. To provide the exact amount of emergency power needed.

Sai)otage. Storm-clamagcd power lines. In builcl-

Blackouls. Urou'routs.

watts ol emergency powerfor


a

.1000

ing cimrit intcrluplions.

50-employeeollice.

Branch protection for critical production areas in a factory. The fact that P{)\YEIi STATION is irlsL:lnlancolls can meal1 savings of lhousands r-,1 clollars to industry.

These and rclzrtcd problems meirn that evcry public and private l)uilding

needs stand by emergcncy porr,et


today.

A blackoul usetl lo bring allbusjness actif ily to a halt. This meant. delaycd sales and plodu,:tion, aml hundrcds oI
\\.:Lste(l man-hollrs,

The H.E.L.P. PowER S1ATION

iS

Ultra high-speed processes


can

can

the best $'ay to rcstore power to lighting, alarm systems, ekrctronic cqLlil)

No krngor. I\)u,ER STATIoN

ment and control dcviccs. ldslantll'.


Reliabll'. Here arejustsomc oI its app]ications.

kecp lhe swilchiroard open, the emereency lights 1it ancl evcn somc elcct|ic type\."'r'iters and othcr machinc-s going.

200 watts

ol emergency power lor lights


and alarm systems.
The most ba.sic need for cmergcncy power is to provide salet-v during a

3600 watts of emergency power (three 120o-watt stations) for a bus terminal.
A Po\\'IiR S1-xrftlN in each u'ing oi a

suffer costly krss of ploduction during evcn a momentary por',,e1 failure. The suddr)n internlption oi thr: curront that prxvcrs conLrol instrumentalion can havc rlisastrous rcsulls. Pou'ER STATION can prevent this.

In

addition, strategically located

blackout. A 20{l$,att Pou'EIt ST,\Tft)N

husterminalcanprcvcnttic-upsduring a powel interruption. And if only one


area is subject to
zrn

u.ill keep cmcrgcncy lights 0n in schools, factorics and other public


buildings, permitting them to bcsai:ly
vacated.

inten1lption, only

one P0\\,LR ST UoN


action.

is

PowDIt StAtI0\s can act ugrn branch lailures thit a central emergency sys tenr wouldn't detecl. And its load nreter can even sense loacl Jailures "clorvnstr-o:rm ' on its r)utput sidc. NOTI!: AlLhough P0WER SIATIoN
operales jn an economical square wave modc. il alirrds salislactory pcrformance lor mosl equipment lexcept for cedain synchlonous motors) designed Ior sine nave voltages.

calLed inlo

It will
too.

keep

dam

sysLcm,s operabie,

Mosttldes dealing $'lth fire alarms

Shoukl a blackout ocurr during night horrrs. PowER STAT()N ir-ssures suffi (icnL Light for arrivals and departurcs,

rcquire lhat lhey provide protection lor a minimum of 24 hours a{tcr a lxxl'cr

or lor orderly
Lerminal.

evacuation

ol

thc

failure. A 2ulwati PowER STATnN wilL, forthis period, provide 10 watts of


or sirens for a full hour.

lnstantaneous
add-on power lor crilicalareas ol a hospital.
Timc lag can be a lite and-cleath mat' ler when a po\\'er failllrc hits a hospilal.
NIan)' are.Ls cannot aflolrl Lo wail lor ? seconds or so lor thLr moLor generator

supervision and then provide 200 rvatts for continuous sounding o1 alarm bclls

ol emergency power for a small retailer.


One 600 watt Pou,Dtt ST,\TI0N can meanbusiness a-s usual Ior a drug slore, clothing store or crther retailer. Itcan kecp store Iights on, preventing panic when lhe store is crourlerl. It rlan

600 watts

to comc on. Or lhe even longer wait until it picks up its full load. P0\\'ER STATnN provides instan' taneous power to operating roonl lights, heart/lung machines and other

lilc-srstainiig equipment. It also pro-

keep cash registers opcrating. And since the ljghts and CCTV survcil' lance camcras-sLav on, "blackout shoplifting'is held in check.

vides coutinuous opemtion oi paging and conmunications s-vstems, OCTV camem.s trainql on intensive care
areas. et(.

()

2O0 watts of emergency power

lor lights and alarm systems.

600 watts ol emergency power tor a small retailer.

1000 watts of emergency power tor a 50-employee otf ice.

3600 watts ol emergency power (three 120o-watt stations) for a bus terminal.

lnstantaneous add-on power for critical areas ot a hospital.

Branch protection tor critical production areas in a lactory.

Power Station is instantaneous, reliable, virtually maintenance-free and easy to install in confined areas.
rl

j
PowER STA1 ION is the eir.siest to install cmorgcncv pon'cr systcm nade. No separalc room for gcncrator or stor'iige battelies is requjred. Instead, this compact unit can be su| face-mounted or lecessecl in an-v avail ablc rvallspnce ancl clnnecterl to n'iring n'hich leads directly lo the loacl. This afforcls maximum blanc'h circuil pro tcction. P0WER STAT()N is iactorl' prc-sct It's also the simplest system

l%. the lighl $,ill again go on as


c5'cle bcgins onc{:, lnore.

Lhc

to maintain.
Routine checks under load can be made by unskilled personnel in less

than a minute. Baltery rvater level


needs checking only once a ycar

@R"d "-".g"tt"y light comes on when PowER STATION is providing


pos,er-in actual
emergency or when

to activate the instant lhal


value.

These elements make up the POWER STATION system: @Cabinet. Available in two sizes arlcl
t\1o mounting

thetest s\riteh is pressed-\\rith nonnal pou,.r available, this light remains oll.

normal

va

ations. 'fhe smalle|

fe)Tbst twitch

voltage drops belorv a prc-rletermined

unit

(200-8{)0\\ ) is 241;" x 241r"

x 10ti

'

t..,'

, ,,''

- a,

.. -il l" rhr,' rgl rr*

. \\-h-n ptp.-e,1,.r in.,trnr:,-

deep in a surlace mollntcd vcrsion, or 26"xil0"x 91/?" deep in a recessed ver

sion.'lhe largcr unit Voltage regulation assures dependable


12"

{1000-12001V1 is

talleI'. but is olheru'ise identical in dimensions. Supplied u'ith red ano


,rlized aiuminum Iinish

ncousl1 transfers the load irom Lhc incoming lines to the Po\\'ER STAT()N, as a positive test that the rrnit will operale in casc ol an actual po$'er faihne.

operation ot sensitive equipment. There are many critical


operating voltagc
der.ices

available

at slight

iother
ezr-sy

colors

arlrlitioual cost).
aceess.

Doorhinged on left sidc lor-

which will not function properly unless

is maintaincd at normallevels. Such devices inclucle fire alanns,communication centcrs, physicians' and nurscs' call systems. By
supplying normal inpui voltages, PowER STATIoN allows sensitive
equipment to function without interruption. That's because the unit's emergency output is fully regulated so that it does not. vary more than t5% o\,er the

Load meteris proviclecl on all regu


lated Po\\'ER 51,\1roNS. Calibrated at thc time oi installatir)n. it detects load

changcs when lhe test s\ritch is pressecl. This is helpful not onlf in checking the Po\\,EIt STATft)N itscll.
but also in detecting lrurnt-out lamLrs, inoperablc cquipment and other cle viccs that make up the load.

9{4

load range. Even when load

Green ready

changes are made after installation,


the H.Fl.L.P. PowER SrATroN can still

light remainson whilc cquipment is funclioning properly and nurmiil Lro\''- i.:1v1.lrbln. S\,ul,r.ur
and the recl emergency )ight

be used without danger of a major


output voltage change.

r-nt nominr: lnlu lhp P!r\\ Ln S.A.l"\ Lr" int*nupte.l. this ighr rvi.l go orr
will goon.

ll

\
,l

Unregrlatcd systerns, on the other hand. must be matched to the load. Once matchecl. thc load cannot bc changed without producing a wide

@Amber charge light

indicates prop

voltage fluctuation. For situations


where these output variations can be tolerated or where load conditions are likely to remain constant, unregulated

PowER STATIONS are available on


special order.

charged. As the charging cyclc ncars completion, the light blinks rapiclly, sloning doun to once a minute when the battery is lully charged. \\'hen the charge drops bv 1/10 of

er lunctioning of the charger ci|cuit. $-hil* il i- ^n. rlrL l'rlr.ri,: irF I'pins

@Aluminum

@nor

cabinet (surtacemounted version)

eLoao

(ilcreen

meter

ready

@amber

light

charge

light

@neo - emergency
light

fe)resr

switch

.l

s-t,

sotio-stare rnverter @ noto-ott @output @ sotic-state @ sotto-state @ Transfer @ Batrery voltage regulator battery - switch @ - (located @ - relay - system

control (protective charger


cover removed)

above

voltage

regulators)

(protective cover removed)

(i) Hota-oti.
in

hr olr lcl r,:r r:, rn1r'ol thc solirl sletc sr.''iL('h, r lo\r' \1)]lagc miLiltl:tins il

@Inverter
r

is nrLrl( ut) r)l J0{)

rr'r111 uni1r.

ol

thc oll po:itir)n. lltnxi interrlrtni(tl r:rLIr'en1 to Po\\'fllt S1\'lloN, Lhe

c(inn(1t(il in ilLlallcl, lrlorlrrLirru 1l{l

s( lvr's arc high (luilLii I . rolnnluni('etir)n gt il(lc, Lca(l acirl, $ ith a lilc t-t|ettantl

olt (i0 I ItILz srrua|e',r'u,, c. I'r-crlLrInc5 r'llinLion is ht,ll Lu rr itltin (trr or l\r{)

ol irp to 20 ]qLrs. Llll!(lrolIie

lrv(,1
iLn(l

hokl oll lcmort,s this vollagl, srrilth irlg lhe iD\'erter (tr.

llcrtz

'l'hc inr Ir'tr'r' \\ ill pir'li lrl) lluor'('srcrlL

1rr'r'soconrl.

l:Ln1l)s.

Output woltage control.

1'ht' orrt

1r..,':,r'',
lrLr',

illrlLnrl{,str1t larrps, enrL

c,rr'tt

a(l(l(\i il It,r1LriIr'rl.) ArLrliLionel l)ettrrics mal irc arLlcrl Lo thc sJstcr)r lo exte]xl its enrer'9,r,lr{'\ ope|rttinll
Linn),

sh(nri(l LJr ch(r'k(\l or1(r lL )1rxr

r\rt(!

\!ltrLgc ol lhc inltrl('r'is moniLorlrl 1,1' thr oLltlnlt \r)ltu!r ronilr-rl lhirlt [,r,rls il roDtr(il \'oltil!|(, 1o th| ro,.tllLrl(r'l)fl)porli()niil io lhr (nlll)Ll{ \1)llllgc. froVi sion is marlc i11 Lhc ouLI)LLL roltrLgc (orltrol Lo e(ljLLst Lhc oLrLlnll rr)ltiLgr.

tion. Inrl

i1l

pir}i r;r ils lr)ll rirL{'(l ir)trl


1\

ol irlrunlL,s(1\rt lxurl)s

iihorrL rlamagr'.

Short rirrLrit ploLecLirrl is pr'orirk,rl: LI)r. ir)rtrtrr r-ill rror'L into lr rlilecl
short \lithouL h|lnn. 1On nr)n rl,!1rlill.crl

I,Jlectrolyte Lcvcl Warning. Nlt


sho\\ rr.l Sinco l)rrio(lir nrilini(trln(1' sonrelinrr,s n|gl(r'1111, iur r)l)Li.)xxl Illc(

ij

l.\

- \it'\

l.
lr,LL1. enrl

lrol)1r Lr,\rl

\\i

l11ng

(ii|cuil

L'ru lrr
Lcn tht,

rrx,rgize(l\rilh r m(\'henir'ul
lur(l l)itL1r'r'.\' roltrgr,.
r

1r|ovirlcrl to \fa|n, b.r lnrzztt.

th. ollll)uL voltegr,\'ill rar'1 xiLh

loerl

@Solld""tot" regulator (r)nLrlrls ihc l)irttcr! roltirgo 1o thr in\1,11cr lLllrl


h1)lds lhr (nrlprl 11)l1agr e ir[' r'anlac ol loer]s.

lcrcl is lr,,Llt't'u thr-, erlrl *lLit'r" lint' itnll the li)p ol tho t)lalcs.'lhrrinrls
lurr) als{)

c(nlstxl1l o\ r,r

(s)Tbansler rela5. \

- lr',.r'
to

(i)solid-.to,"

-.,t,,,,,,

bar rer\ r'harger

..

Itelirlrilin is assLrlc,l [1 thc Lrsc ol sLalrilizcd scrni ror)rlLr(1rt s irl all rliiit,aL lurclions.l I1 is a l)lrlsing I hiugc.. illci)rt)oriLt jrlg LhI l)r,tLcI lelLtrrr'cs rrl
Lhc l\rr) !iLtc lrn,l (or)stltlrt \r)ltirgr chatgos. i-r:., it p|ovir['s a (onsLit]rl voltugr) ch:rrg{'iLt two rxlcs. lirrninal collosion lrroblrtrs llle hrgrl]- r'lirn inrLLcrl, sinte the chargel c(tltinrrtlll

.r l.t:,r-.

r'

tht Irad llonr thc n(r'rnrl inl)ut inrirrlrr' foutrinr,ll \rilhirl the ertrripmcIrt.. This lelal-is rLctilaicrl Ll eithel an r4ren ol sholt rilcrrit. on
sidt's ol

'l ,rl l r" '. .:J...,1,,rr

lernoll
'r "' r", tillt,(l

l)ro!i(le(l hrr insLiLUaiiort ol

.r

Light or' lrrrzzcr'.

r\rldirr:

uk'r

1he l)r{)lx,r' iurlollrlL ol (lis Lo thr lcrlLriterl lor:l inrlo

nliLlicaLlI r('scts

lhe rctiiD(lerJ illann.

Lhe ALI

It rlso enelgizr': ln lritlitional ,lrt ih{ r\1,n1 1)l po\lrrI IeilruI on!1'. Thr' lrlrrl on r:ithr:r rnrllrrl 1rrarl can be thc iril laicrl lrad thcr Lrstd
l)rrl l('xrl in in ronrbinlrtion, ho\\'r,\'cr,

lhc inr:ornirg1irc.

tltrl

ct!nnoL

exterl

rltcrniltes lhe (lirr'(tion


ilor,,.

ol currull

1reth. { )r'crLoaris cannoL cltust' r't'llLx

'' l ,.t i t\'

the

tolrl latcrl

loarl. Thelr: lLle

.r

'

.r"1ir

irlion ol cr)iLiL(L pressur(r-

ln :lctLrel ol)a'r' lion, the l)lLtl{'ri{rs arc lreing rhalged at rho "high letc on11 1'll" ol th{' timc. anrl n'sLing 9!}'L oi lht: tinl{'. This che|ging tcrhniqric exten(ls heltcr'1 lilc.

Battery system ujls lll)1)ul

()nr'

6isnti,l-r,u," 5uirch. T' .r.' r,, ."r,', ,,r ,1 :,.. rr,r l.r' '.,1,,r,i,r.thc reiirl u nllsL{'rs Lhc
i

rr:nth Lhc nLunlrt'r-ol cells x{tuir(xl l)l (trl\'crllionaL l)eltL,rl sJ stnms 01 r(lrrivxlctrl \ olLxlle.'fhe (hrrg(r's] sllll1 clin) i Iilt{]sthcno(xl lor o(lllaLizilLiotl or other inr,oht'rl meinlcnantr.. 1\\'ilh c(nr\1)u-

ing Lhe lime


loarl, so thaL

r.r. l .,.'1.

it

is on i1n(l

.u

l.''l

rlulrling ilt lh('

lional insctir,s cdls. tho wcllest I '\' r' I rj \ 'l 1,. 1' '..t'
am(ntnL

.'. .1. l .-

'.,r

'

oi

hrr('cnablcs it to l)i( k up an inclntlcs_ ccnl lamp loir(1.

iralaitc-an oxachng ard lime con


sunlirg proeess.l The l)attcries l-herl

r'iur'r" r.i

lx)\\1rr, n{t,(rssilntirlg c(rr


ri

,r'r.l1l"r

Power Station is the most efficient, most reliable, most flexible emergency power source for most operations.
It's efticient because it's simple.
saictymargin toprolect it against over loadinf. It !{il] work into a (lead short rvithout damagc.

Convcntir-rnal

battcry

systcms

rcquire lrequ{rnL (iell rcplacement an(l constant moniLl)ring. (ieneIator systems x'(luirc a comptehensive mitin tulancc program. a hl{rl suppl5' and oubi(lc venting. In addition, thel ar{)

Short circuit protection is achieved


\\'ithout s[.itchr]s. lLLses, mor'1ng parts or therrnal dcviccs. lts simpliiitl'1ies in the la(ii Lhal Po\\'Flli Sl,\'lro^' is ir currcni limitc<lsystcm. Should a sholt circLrit occur' on th(i o Ll)uL sidc, lhe cituit lireali{)r in thc linc normally J(:r.rling thc unil would open an(l ihc

noisy in opcration. In contrast,


matically licpL at
trasscs
iLs

Powttt STATIi)-- is silent rnrl l'cquires a mininum of nttenLion. It is autoi1 constant st:rLc ol chalgc l;y Lhc lruilcling ctrrrcnr, t'hich

cutent limite(l invcrLel

lhrlugh PowEIt S l'ATll)N on


to the l;arl.

a,r,

Battery derating is compensated lor. To ollsct the rlrlating

ol l)rttcli!s

iLnd intrrnal (iircLiil. losses, sufliciont i)atL.rJ ciipacity is provide(l s1) Lhat l1)\ Elt Sl,\'lroN will ,rlelivcr lull laterl output <lu ng Lhclife olthe l)atleries.ln thc 120Uwittt model, for ins1an(.e. the l):rltcrics are rated at 24(n r,aLt-hoLrrs. If a porvcr lailule occurs, Lhcl rvill rlelivcr 1201) rvatls ol output po\ler lol'onc hour, with lhe halance l'eprcsonting reserve capacity lor intcrnal cilcuit losses anrl dclating.

rvortld harnr lessly dischargc inLo the shr)rt rvith(nrt danger oi lite or shock hazarrls. \\ihilc: this u.ill nrn Lhr: batte rs t|x!n. it rvill not har']n th{,uniL. Once lhe short (ircuil is rr:nlrvr:<l and the r:ircuit hrcaker rcscl. Lhc balleries $ill |cgain lheir |harnc and the l,o\\'Eli S r',\TloN \l,ill again be operational.

It's flexible because you can place the power you need where you need it. Due to iLs smirll -"ize antl casc ol mountjng, Po\!t.lt SL;\TI(rN can be
locate(l near Lhc loa(l lol localizerl pro tectioD. A 20ll rv:rtl unit. for instrn(e, can keep alan! systems or emcrgcmiJ'

It's reliable because it has virtually no moving parts.

lighling operable in a singlc crltical

Thr: use ol solid stale de\.iccs


throughout Po\\'ER ST,,\'uo\ means thal therc is no lriclion, no \rnar! nr)
parts that are likely to malluncLion.

It

can also be usecl

lor ver] largc

apt)liciltions. Slrategically-locaLc(l 1200 watt units can ollcr emergenc.v


stanrlbl lxrwcr
Luikling.
be userl to
a

l(-rr a

multi story offic{'

In addilion, there are a number ol othcr salcly Iactors \\hich protect the

PowrR

STATI0N hom lailing

al

rhe

vcry timc it's ncctlcd.


The inverter is protected through its ability to pick up rL hrll-rated |.racl oI incandescenL lamps, r,ilh theiI high itt rushing current, i,viLhortt clamage. The Deak to llMS ratio o{ the output voltagc
docs not exceed 1..114, thus prc\'enting damage to caprcitivc Lrurcls.1n adclition,

Or units oJ various rvaLLages coukl matrh dillerent emergency porvcr nccclsol individual wings lvithin
single buikling.

In sh0rt, a PowltR ST,\T()N -\r-stem can he rlevelr4red lor applications of alnost any sizo.
Tosum up, rvhether Po\\,lrR STATI0N is used to Jill jn the timc lag ol a mr-rtor

gcncrator or as thc sole source of emergency porvcr it is today's besi


emergcncv Dorver bargain.

the invertr:r'is tltsigncd

\tilh

a.lequate

'|

Technical Data.

VOLTAGE COMBINATIONS

POWER STATION-SIMPLIFIED BLOCK DIAGRAM

POWEB STATION can be orderect to match any oi lhese vollage requirements. OutpUt Emerqency Voltage

lnpul Supply (volts Ac)

(volts AC)

115 115 115 277 277

115 277

115/2TTcombination
115 277

115/2TTcombination

OPERATION TIMES AT FULL LOAD


%
STATION
BATI NG

OF LOAD FOR TYPICAL POWER STATION.

EMERGENCY OUTPUT VOLTAGE VS.

EMERGENCY OPEBATION TIME IN MINUTES (FULL LOAD)

125

Unresulaledl
2OO 4OO

No. ol

120

watts watts

290
130 ao 55 72 60 155 95 65 85 72

3 3 3 3 6

g
E o

115

600 watts
SOOwalts

-o

11c

lOOOwatis
1

2OO

walts

I
E

1os

Lonqer emergency operaling lime can be obtained with addilional batieries Up to 12 balieries per unit can be providecl upon request.

10() 10

30 40 50 60

70

1oo tlo

POWER STATION OUTLINE DRAWINGS

Surlace Mounted

Recessed

l.OOOWand 1,2OOW Models

NOTE:4"MlNlMUM CLEARANCE REOUIRED ABOVE SURFACE MOUNTED UNIT

Specification and ordering information


Catalog Number Regulated Power Station
802115 804115 806115 808115 810115
I3121 15

Maximum Emergency Power


{Watts)
200 400

Normal Input AC Supply


Voltage

Weight

0utput
Emergency AC Volts*

In Pounds
(Includes

(Volts).

Batteries)
143 194

ii00
800
1000 1200

120

120

204

214
3?4 384

'Fo. other voltage combinations,

add catalog number suffixes from accessory table below-

All specifications subject to change without notice.


LISTED BY UNDEFiWFIITEFS'LABOFiATORIES, INC.. AS EMEBGENCY POWEFI EQUIPMENT (EXCEPT NO.8O2I15).

Accessories

Add

Suffix

Description
One remote transform er lor 277 V* / 120V,t , I2O Vi" /277 V,, | tt 120V/277 Vo,,1 combination. lVo remole transformers for 27714, and2?l Vn . DC voltmeter to monitor battery voltage. DC ammeter to monitor battery charge current. Electrolyte jevel detector. Recessed cabinet mounting.
,

-277 -2'.i7

_AM _ELD _R
Available On Special Request

batteries to extend emergency operatjon time (sets of 3 batteries). Each set adds 12" to cabinet height. 2) Unregulated Power Stations. 3) Cabinets painted or anodized other colors. Red anodized is standard. 4) For specialized accessories, contact factory at address below.
1) Additiona.l

Hp,lnp"h"phl*er*r,"F,"Tf iri,,lri"yi"rrin,3,*r?3'r*,