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Secure your power supply with NO-BREAK KS®

KS-VISION®

 

The KS-VISION® is the touch-screen HMI (Human-Machine Interface) control and monitor system for easy operation and monitoring of each NO-BREAK KS®.

 

To achieve the highest reliability and availability for many years to come, EURO-DIESEL carefully selected their partners to develop this new Digital Control Module (DCM). It ensures a reliable and safe operation of the DRUPS and guarantees an uninterrupted power supply to the critical loads under all circumstances.

 

Each control panel of the NO-BREAK KS® is equipped with KS-VISION® as a standard component. Besides the local HMI, the KS-VISION® can also be accessed through a modem, Modbus/Profibus protocol or even the World Wide Web. The functionality of the NO-BREAK KS® is completely independent from the local HMI.

 

Example of the NO-BREAK's activities during power transfer, illustrated by the KS-VISION

 

 

KS-VISION® features

  • 12" Colour Touch-Screen
  • Ethernet link to PLC
  • Web-based monitoring
  • Dynamic IP address for external communication
  • USB plug in front of panel for easy connection
  • Reduces interface and eliminates single point of failure
  • Automatic recognition of single/parallel system configuration
  • Intelligence: Diesel start reduction
  • Data generation: Input and output voltage, frequency, power demand (kW, kVA, kVAr), current, and power factor data
  • System mode information with regard to conditioning mode, independent mode and by-pass mode
  • Alarms, status and controls
  • Settings: Languages, time, communication protocols and system tests
  • Others

 

KS-VISION : Diesel Rotary UPS in Conditioning Mode

 

 


 

KS-VISION : Temperature measurement in Conditioning Mode

No more Master Control Panel

Within the DRUPS industry, the master control panel is designed for the total number of systems operating in parallel. With the KS-VISION® control system, the master control panel is eliminated.

The individual control panels distinguish automatically if they operate in a single, parallel or parallel-redundant configuration. The elimination of the master control panel reduces the number of single point of failures and creates the possibility for the customer to extend their existing system(s) easily, modularly with one or more systems in parallel, without the need to decide up-front what the final configuration or power demand is going to be.