Environmental Engineering (EE) - Power supply interface at the input to Information and Communication Technology (ICT) equipment - Part 1: Operated by Alternating Current (AC) source

The present document contains requirements for:
• the output of the power supply feeding interface A1;
• the input of the ICT equipment connected to interface A1.
The voltage at interface A1 defined in the present document is single phase and three phase AC.
The following voltage range categories are covered:
• Narrow single phase A1n-1p and narrow three phase A1n-3p AC voltage range defined to comply with nominal
European AC voltages [i.2].
• Wide single phase A1w-1p and wide three phase A1w-3p AC voltage range for worldwide nominal AC voltages.
The present document aims at providing compatibility between the power supply equipment and both the ICT equipment,
and the different load units connected to the same interface A1 (e.g. control/monitoring, cooling system, etc.).
The purpose of the present document is:
• to identify a power supply system with the same characteristics for all ICT equipment defined in the area of
application; the area of application may be any location where the interface A1 is used i.e. telecommunication
centres, Radio Base Stations, datacentres and customer premises;
• to facilitate interworking of different (types of) loads;
• to facilitate the standardization of power supply systems for ICT equipment;
• to facilitate the installation, operation and maintenance in the same network of ICT equipment and systems
from different origins. General requirements for safety and EMC are out of the scope of the present document
series unless specific requirement not defined in existing safety or EMC standards.
The present document concerns the requirements for the interface between Information and Communication
Technology (ICT) equipment and its power supply. It includes requirements relating to its stability and measurement.
Various other references and detailed measurement and test arrangements are contained in informative annexes.

Okoljski inženiring (EE) - Napajalni vmesnik na vhodu v opremo informacijske in komunikacijske tehnologije (IKT) - 1. del: Obratovanje z izmenično napetostjo virov

Ta dokument vsebuje zahteve za:
• izhod napajanja za vmesnik A1;
• vhod informacijske in komunikacijske tehnološke opreme, povezane z vmesnikom A1.
Napetost v vmesniku A1, opredeljena v tem dokumentu, je enofazna in trifazna izmenična napetost.
Obravnavane so naslednje kategorije napetostnega območja:
• ozko enofazno A1n-1p in ozko trifazno A1n-3p AC napetostno območje, ki je skladno z nazivnimi izmeničnimi napetostmi v evropskem prostoru [i.2].
• široko enofazno A1w-1p in široko trifazno A1w-3p AC napetostno območje za nazivne izmenične napetosti po vsem svetu.
Cilj tega dokumenta je zagotoviti združljivost med napajalno opremo ter informacijsko in komunikacijsko tehnološko opremo
in različnimi napajalnimi enotami, povezanimi z istim vmesnikom A1 (npr. enota za nadzor/spremljanje, hladilni sistem itd.).
Namen tega dokumenta je:
• opredeliti napajalni sistem z enakimi značilnostmi za vso informacijsko in komunikacijsko tehnološko opremo, ki je določena za območje
uporabe; območje uporabe je lahko katera koli lokacija, na kateri se uporablja vmesnik A1, tj. telekomunikacijska središča, radijske bazne postaje, podatkovna središča in prostori naročnikov;
• omogočiti medsebojno delovanje različnih (vrst) napajalnih enot;
• omogočiti standardizacijo napajalnih sistemov za informacijsko in komunikacijsko tehnološko opremo;
• omogočiti nameščanje, obratovanje in vzdrževanje informacijske in komunikacijske tehnološke opreme ter sistemov različnih izvorov
v istem omrežju. Splošne zahteve za varnost in elektromagnetno združljivost so zunaj področja uporabe te skupine dokumentov, razen če posebne zahteve niso opredeljene v obstoječih varnostnih standardih ali standardih za elektromagnetno združljivost.
Ta dokument obravnava zahteve za vmesnik med informacijsko in komunikacijsko tehnološko opremo ter njenim virom napajanja. Vključuje zahteve v zvezi s stabilnostjo in meritvami vmesnika.
Razne druge reference ter podrobne ureditve meritev in preskusov so navedene v informativnih dodatkih.

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Public Enquiry End Date
31-Jan-2018
Publication Date
20-Mar-2019
Current Stage
6060 - National Implementation/Publication (Adopted Project)
Start Date
18-Mar-2019
Due Date
23-May-2019
Completion Date
21-Mar-2019

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ETSI EN 300 132-1 V2.1.1 (2019-03)
EUROPEAN STANDARD
Environmental Engineering (EE);
Power supply interface at the input to Information and
Communication Technology (ICT) equipment;
Part 1: Alternating Current (AC)
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Contents

Intellectual Property Rights ................................................................................................................................ 5

Foreword ............................................................................................................................................................. 5

Modal verbs terminology .................................................................................................................................... 5

1 Scope ........................................................................................................................................................ 6

2 References ................................................................................................................................................ 6

2.1 Normative references ......................................................................................................................................... 6

2.2 Informative references ........................................................................................................................................ 7

3 Definition of terms, symbols and abbreviations ....................................................................................... 7

3.1 Terms .................................................................................................................................................................. 7

3.2 Symbols .............................................................................................................................................................. 8

3.3 Abbreviations ..................................................................................................................................................... 8

4 Power Interface A1 ................................................................................................................................... 9

5 AC interface requirements A1 ................................................................................................................ 10

5.0 Introduction ...................................................................................................................................................... 10

5.1 Nominal voltage at interface A1 ....................................................................................................................... 11

5.2 Normal service voltage range categories at interface A1 .................................................................................. 11

5.3 Reference test voltage (U ) at interface A1 ...................................................................................................... 12

5.4 Abnormal service voltage ranges at interface A1 ............................................................................................. 12

6 Voltage variations, voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage surges at interface A1 ...................... 13

6.0 Introduction ...................................................................................................................................................... 13

6.1 Voltage variations............................................................................................................................................. 13

6.2 Voltages dips .................................................................................................................................................... 14

6.3 Short interruptions ............................................................................................................................................ 15

6.4 Voltage surges .................................................................................................................................................. 15

7 AC Supply protection on interface A1 ................................................................................................... 16

8 Maximum steady state current I in the normal service voltage range at interface A1 ......................... 17

9 Inrush current on interface A1 ................................................................................................................ 17

9.1 Limits ............................................................................................................................................................... 17

9.2 Measurement method ....................................................................................................................................... 18

9.3 Protective device ratings .................................................................................................................................. 19

10 Earthing and Bonding ............................................................................................................................. 19

11 Electrical Safety requirements ................................................................................................................ 19

12 EMC requirements at the input of ICT equipment ................................................................................. 19

Annex A (informative): ICT power supply configurations providing a unified power interface

in the present document ................................................................................ 20

Annex B (normative): Identification of interface A1 ........................................................................ 22

Annex C (informative): Calculation of the extreme AC voltage range at interface A1 ................... 23

Annex D (informative): Dimensioning of over-current protective devices ........................................ 24

Annex E (normative): Test generator for voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage

variations ........................................................................................................ 25

Annex F (informative): Details of the voltage surges measurement in the most common case

of distribution and protective devices .......................................................... 26

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Annex G (informative): Guide for measuring inrush current and for transferring the

recorded pulses onto the limit chart ............................................................. 27

G.1 Measurement .......................................................................................................................................... 27

G.2 Pulse waveform transfor mation .............................................................................................................. 27

History .............................................................................................................................................................. 29

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Foreword

This European Standard (EN) has been produced by ETSI Technical Committee Environmental Engineering (EE).

The present document is part 1 of a multi-part deliverable covering Environmental Engineering (EE); Power supply

interface at the input to Information and Communication Technology (ICT) equipment, as identified below:

Part 1: "Alternating Current (AC)";
Part 2: "-48 V Direct Current (DC)";
Part 3: "Up to 400 V Direct Current (DC)";
National transposition dates
Date of adoption of this EN: 8 March 2019
Date of latest announcement of this EN (doa): 30 June 2019
Date of latest publication of new National Standard
or endorsement of this EN (dop/e): 31 December 2019
Date of withdrawal of any conflicting National Standard (dow): 31 December 2019
Modal verbs terminology

In the present document "shall", "shall not", "should", "should not", "may", "need not", "will", "will not", "can" and

"cannot" are to be interpreted as described in clause 3.2 of the ETSI Drafting Rules (Verbal forms for the expression of

provisions).

"must" and "must not" are NOT allowed in ETSI deliverables except when used in direct citation.

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1 Scope
The present document contains requirements for:
• the output of the power supply feeding interface A1;
• the input of the ICT equipment connected to interface A1.

The voltage at interface A1 defined in the present document is single phase and three phase AC.

The following voltage range categories are covered:

• Narrow single phase A1 and narrow three phase A1 AC voltage range defined to comply with nominal

n-1p n-3p
European AC voltages [i.2].

• Wide single phase A1 and wide three phase A1 AC voltage range for worldwide nominal AC voltages.

w-1p w-3p

The present document aims at providing compatibility between the power supply equipment and both the ICT equipment,

and the different load units connected to the same interface A1 (e.g. control/monitoring, cooling system, etc.).

The purpose of the present document is:

• to identify a power supply system with the same characteristics for all ICT equipment defined in the area of

application; the area of application may be any location where the interface A1 is used i.e. telecommunication

centres, Radio Base Stations, datacentres and customer premises;
• to facilitate interworking of different (types of) loads;
• to facilitate the standardization of power supply systems for ICT equipment;

• to facilitate the installation, operation and maintenance in the same network of ICT equipment and systems

from different origins. General requirements for safety and EMC are out of the scope of the present document

series unless specific requirement not defined in existing safety or EMC standards.

The present document concerns the requirements for the interface between Information and Communication

Technology (ICT) equipment and its power supply. It includes requirements relating to its stability and measurement.

Various other references and detailed measurement and test arrangements are contained in informative annexes.

2 References
2.1 Normative references

References are either specific (identified by date of publication and/or edition number or version number) or

non-specific. For specific references, only the cited version applies. For non-specific references, the latest version of the

referenced document (including any amendments) applies.

Referenced documents which are not found to be publicly available in the expected location might be found at

https://docbox.etsi.org/Reference/.

NOTE: While any hyperlinks included in this clause were valid at the time of publication, ETSI cannot guarantee

their long term validity.

The following referenced documents are necessary for the application of the present document.

[1] IEC 60947-2: "Low-voltage switchgear and controlgear - Part 2: Circuit-breakers".

[2] IEC 60269-1: "Low-voltage fuses - Part 1: General requirements".

[3] IEC 61000-4-5: "Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 4-5: Testing and measurement

techniques - Surge immunity test".
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[4] IEC 61000-4-11: "Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 4-11: Testing and measurement

techniques - Voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage variations immunity tests".

2.2 Informative references

References are either specific (identified by date of publication and/or edition number or version number) or

non-specific. For specific references, only the cited version applies. For non-specific references, the latest version of the

referenced document (including any amendments) applies.

NOTE: While any hyperlinks included in this clause were valid at the time of publication, ETSI cannot guarantee

their long term validity.

The following referenced documents are not necessary for the application of the present document but they assist the

user with regard to a particular subject area.

[i.1] ETSI ETS 300 132-1 (Edition 1): "Equipment Engineering (EE); Power supply interface at the

input to telecommunications equipment; Part 1: Operated by alternating current (ac) derived from

direct current (dc) sources".
[i.2] IEC 60038: "IEC standard voltages".

[i.3] IEC 60050-601: "International Electrotechnical Vocabulary. Chapter 601: Generation,

transmission and distribution of electricity - General".
[i.4] Void.

[i.5] ETSI EN 300 386: "Telecommunication network equipment; ElectroMagnetic Compatibility

(EMC) requirements; Harmonised Standard covering the essential requirements of the Directive

2014/30/EU".
[i.6] Void.

[i.7] CENELEC EN 62368-1 (Ed. 1.0): "Audio/Video, Information and Communication Technology

Equipment - Part 1: Safety requirements".

[i.8] IEC 60445: "Basic and safety principle for man-machine interface, marking and

identification - Identification of equipment terminals, conductor terminations, and conductors".

[i.9] IEC 60898-1:2015: "Electrical accessories - Circuit-breakers for overcurrent protection for

household and similar installations - Part 1: Circuit-breakers for a.c. operation".

[i.10] IEC 60898-2: " Electrical accessories - Circuit-breakers for overcurrent protection for household

and similar installations - Part 2: Circuit-breakers for AC and DC operation".
[i.11] IEC 60364 series: "Low-voltage electrical installations".
[i.12] IEC 62040 series: "Uninterruptible power systems (UPS)".
3 Definition of terms, symbols and abbreviations
3.1 Terms
For the purposes of the present document, the following terms apply:

abnormal service voltage ranges: steady-state voltage ranges over which the ICT equipment will not be expected to

maintain normal service but will survive undamaged

area of application: any location where the interface A1 is used i.e. telecommunication centres, Radio Base Stations,

datacentres and customer premises
customer premises: location which is the sole responsibility of the customer
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ICT equipment: device, in the telecommunication network infrastructure, that provides an ICT service

interface A: interface, physical point, at which -48 VDC power supply is connected in order to operate the ICT

equipment

interface A1: interface, physical point, at which AC power supply is connected in order to operate the ICT equipment

NOTE: A1 and A1 are used for different voltage ranges: narrow and wide respectively.

n w

interface A3: interface, physical point, at which 400 VDC power supply is connected in order to operate the ICT

equipment
load unit: power consuming equipment, that is part of a system block

nominal voltage: value of the voltage by which the electrical installation or part of the electrical installation is

designated and identified

NOTE: This definition is based on nominal voltage defined in IEC 60050-601 [i.3].

normal service: service mode where ICT equipment operates within its specification

normal service voltage range: range of the steady-state voltage at the A1 interface over which the equipment will

maintain normal service
power supply: power supply to which ICT equipment is intended to be connected

reference test voltage: voltage used as a reference to define the test voltage in the present document

NOTE: The test voltage may be also a percentage of this voltage.

system block: functional group of ICT equipment depending for its operation and performance on its connection to the

same power supply

telecommunication centre: any location where ICT equipment is installed and is the sole responsibility of the operator

3.2 Symbols
For the purposes of the present document, the following symbols apply:
I maximum steady state current drain at interface A1
I instantaneous surge current at interface A1
I maximum steady state current drain at U at interface A1
UT T
3.3 Abbreviations
For the purposes of the present document, the following abbreviations apply:
AC Alternating Current
NOTE: Also when used as a suffix to units of measurement.
DC Direct Current
NOTE: Also when used as a suffix to units of measurement.
EMC ElectroMagnetic Compatibility
EUT Equipment Under Test
ICT Information and Communication Technology
L Phase conductor
LISN Line Impedance Stabilization Networks
N Neutral conductor
PE Protective Earth
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RMS Root Mean Square
U Reference Test Voltage
UPS Uninterruptible Power Supply
VAC Volts Alternating Current
VDC Volts Direct Current
4 Power Interface A1

The power supply interface, interface A1 of figure 1, is a physical point to which all the requirements are related. This

point is situated between the power supply system(s) and the power consuming ICT equipment of the area of

application defined in the scope of the present document.

An example of configurations in which interface A1 is identified is given in annex B.

Interface A1 is located at the power terminals of the ICT equipment or system as defined by the manufacturer in

accordance to IEC 60445 [i.8].

NOTE 1: Subject to the installation preconditions, this point may be located at any other point between the power

supply system and the ICT equipment by mutual agreement of the relevant parties.

NOTE 2: The power supply can be derived from AC grid e.g. through AC bypass of UPS or inverters.

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ICT Equipment
(L) Live AC terminal in single phase supply.
(N) Neutral AC terminal.
PE Protective Earth.
ICT Equipment
(L1, L2, L3) Live AC terminals in 3 phases supply.
(N) Optional Neutral AC terminal.
PE Protective Earth.

Figure 1: General identification of the interface A1 in single and 3 phase AC supply

5 AC interface requirements A1
5.0 Introduction

The definition of the AC interface voltages ranges and typical operating voltage values are defined in the following

subclauses of clause 5.
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5.1 Nominal voltage at interface A1

The nominal voltage is a definition used to enable differentiating power interfaces.

The nominal voltage for an AC sgrid source of 230 V single phase and 400 V three phase is defined according to

IEC 60038 [i.2].

In addition, a wide worldwide nominal single phase AC voltage range from 100 V to 240 V is commonly used, along

with a corresponding nominal 3 phase voltage range from 173 V to 415 V.
5.2 Normal service voltage range categories at interface A1

The normal service voltage range categories at powering interface A1 of ICT equipment shall be as follows:

Narrow voltage range - Single phase:
• A1 single phase minimum voltage: 197 VAC RMS (line to neutral interface)
n-1p
• A1 single phase maximum voltage: 253 VAC RMS (line to neutral interface)
n-1p

NOTE 1: The minimum voltage at interface A1 is calculated as 230 V nominal -10 % at the incoming supply

n-1p

terminals of a building and a further -4 % maximum voltage drop allowance on the AC distribution within

the building.

NOTE 2: The maximum voltage at interface A1 is calculated as 230 V nominal +10 %.

n-1p
Narrow voltage range - Three phase:
• A1 three phase minimum voltage:
n-3p
- 344 VAC RMS for line to line interface; or

- optionally same voltage as narrow single phase minimum voltage for line to neutral interface.

• A1 three phase maximum voltage:
n-3p
- 440 VAC RMS for line to line interface; or

- optionally same voltage as narrow single phase maximum voltage in case of line to neutral interface.

NOTE 3: The minimum voltage at interface A1 is calculated as 400 V nominal -10 % at the incoming supply

3p-n

terminals of a building and a further -4 % maximum voltage drop allowance on the AC distribution within

the building.

NOTE 4: The maximum voltage at interface A1 is calculated as 400 V nominal +10 %.

3p-n
Wide voltage range - Single phase:
• A1 single phase minimum voltage: 86 VAC RMS (line to neutral interface).
w-1p
• A1 single phase maximum voltage: 264 VAC RMS (line to neutral interface).
w-1p

NOTE 5: The minimum voltage at interface A1 is calculated as 100 V nominal -10 % at the incoming supply

w-1p

terminals of a building and a further -4 % maximum voltage drop allowance on the AC distribution within

the building.

NOTE 6: The maximum voltage at interface A1 is calculated as 240 V nominal +10 %.

w-1p
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Wide voltage range - Three phase:
• A1 minimum voltage:
w-3p
- 149 VAC RMS for line to line interface; or

- optionally same voltage as narrow single phase minimum voltage for line to neutral interface.

• A1 maximum voltage:
w-3p
- 456 VAC RMS for line to line interface; or

- optionally same voltage as narrow single phase maximum voltage for line to neutral interface.

NOTE 7: The minimum voltage at interface A1 is calculated as 173 V nominal -10 % at the incoming supply

w-3p

terminals of a building and a further -4 % maximum voltage drop allowance on the AC distribution within

the building.

NOTE 8: The maximum voltage at interface A1 is calculated as 415 V nominal +10 %.

w-3p
5.3 Reference test voltage (U ) at interface A1
The reference test voltage (U ) for ICT equipment shall be:

1) U = 230 V for single phase or 3 phase line to neutral equipment (test voltage for narrow voltage range)

2) U = 400 V for three phase equipment (test voltage for narrow voltage range line to line)

Two test voltages shall be used for wide voltage range equipment:

1) U = 100 and U = 240 V for single phase or 3 phase line to neutral equipment (test voltage for wide voltage

T T
range)

2) U = 173 and U = 415 V for three phase equipment (test voltage for wide voltage range line to line)

T T

NOTE: The powering solution should work in any site even with very long power cables i.e. U at the input of

ICT equipment is lower than power supply output. For constant power ICT equipment, the current is

increasing as a function of decreasing voltage.
5.4 Abnormal service voltage ranges at interface A1

The ICT equipment may be subject to steady state voltage out of the normal service voltage range. Limits of abnormal

service voltage range are defined as follows:
• 0 V < U < 197 V for narrow range single phase (line to neutral interface)
• 0 V < U < 86 V for wide range single phase (line to neutral interface)
• 0 V < U < 344 V for narrow range three phase (line to line interface)
• 0 V < U < 149 V for wide range three phase (line to line interface)

After the restoration of the supply from the abnormal service voltage range to the normal service voltage range, the ICT

equipment shall fulfil the following performance criteria:
• the ICT equipment shall not suffer any damage;

• the ICT equipment shall be able to automatically resume operation according to its specifications when the

voltage comes back into the normal service voltage range.

NOTE: The second criterion implies that abnormal service voltage should not lead to the disconnection of power

supply units e.g. by causing circuit breakers, fuses or other such devices to operate.

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6 Voltage variations, voltage dips, short interruptions
and voltage surges at interface A1
6.0 Introduction

Under abnormal conditions, voltage values outside the normal service voltage range may occur for short time.

The deviations from the steady-state voltage at the A1 interface may be caused by:

• Voltage variations.
• Voltage dips.
• Voltage interruptions.
• Voltage surges.

The tests for voltage dips, short interruption and voltage variations shall be conducted in accordance with standard

IEC 61000-4-11 [4], annex E.
NOTE 1: Clause 6.1.1 of IEC 61000-4-11 [4] defines generator output impedance.

The tests for voltage surges shall be conducted in accordance with standard IEC 61000-4-5 [3].

Specific criteria to ICT equipment are defined in each test table below. The tests shall be performed on individual

modules/subsystems.

The test shall be done at the test voltages corresponding to the voltage range of the product defined in clause 5.3.

In 3 phases, the defined tests shall be done on 1, 2 and 3 phases, to cover all events (grid disturbance from or

interruption, local line short circuit, etc.).

NOTE 2: Clause 6 states the minimum requirements at A1 power interface to Telecom/ICT input interface when

power supply includes a bypass with AC input. Higher immunity levels may be required when equipment

is directly connected to public utility AC grid.
For all the following tests compliance criteria are defined as:

Criteria a): The EUT shall continue to operate as intended during and after the test. No degradation of

performance or loss of function is allowed below a performance level specified by the

manufacturer, when the apparatus is used as intended.

Criteria b): Temporary loss of function or degradation of performance, which ceases after the disturbance

ceases, and from which the EUT recovers its normal performance, without operator intervention.

NOTE 3: In the present document, the EUTs is the ICT equipment.
6.1 Voltage variations

The purpose of the following tests are not to check equipment dynamic behaviour during rise and fall times from U to

minimum or maximum voltage of the voltage range and then back to U . Therefore dV/dt are not specified. The

voltages values, testing times and test criteria are defined in the following tables.

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Tabl
...

SLOVENSKI STANDARD
SIST EN 300 132-1 V2.1.1:2019
01-maj-2019
Okoljski inženiring (EE) - Napajalni vmesnik na vhodu v opremo informacijske in
komunikacijske tehnologije (IKT) - 1. del: Obratovanje z izmenično napetostjo
virov

Environmental Engineering (EE) - Power supply interface at the input to Information and

Communication Technology (ICT) equipment - Part 1: Operated by Alternating Current

(AC) source
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: ETSI EN 300 132-1 V2.1.1 (2019-03)
ICS:
19.040 Preskušanje v zvezi z Environmental testing
okoljem
35.200 Vmesniška in povezovalna Interface and interconnection
oprema equipment
SIST EN 300 132-1 V2.1.1:2019 en

2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.

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ETSI EN 300 132-1 V2.1.1 (2019-03)
EUROPEAN STANDARD
Environmental Engineering (EE);
Power supply interface at the input to Information and
Communication Technology (ICT) equipment;
Part 1: Alternating Current (AC)
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Reference
REN/EE-0264
Keywords
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Contents

Intellectual Property Rights ................................................................................................................................ 5

Foreword ............................................................................................................................................................. 5

Modal verbs terminology .................................................................................................................................... 5

1 Scope ........................................................................................................................................................ 6

2 References ................................................................................................................................................ 6

2.1 Normative references ......................................................................................................................................... 6

2.2 Informative references ........................................................................................................................................ 7

3 Definition of terms, symbols and abbreviations ....................................................................................... 7

3.1 Terms .................................................................................................................................................................. 7

3.2 Symbols .............................................................................................................................................................. 8

3.3 Abbreviations ..................................................................................................................................................... 8

4 Power Interface A1 ................................................................................................................................... 9

5 AC interface requirements A1 ................................................................................................................ 10

5.0 Introduction ...................................................................................................................................................... 10

5.1 Nominal voltage at interface A1 ....................................................................................................................... 11

5.2 Normal service voltage range categories at interface A1 .................................................................................. 11

5.3 Reference test voltage (U ) at interface A1 ...................................................................................................... 12

5.4 Abnormal service voltage ranges at interface A1 ............................................................................................. 12

6 Voltage variations, voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage surges at interface A1 ...................... 13

6.0 Introduction ...................................................................................................................................................... 13

6.1 Voltage variations............................................................................................................................................. 13

6.2 Voltages dips .................................................................................................................................................... 14

6.3 Short interruptions ............................................................................................................................................ 15

6.4 Voltage surges .................................................................................................................................................. 15

7 AC Supply protection on interface A1 ................................................................................................... 16

8 Maximum steady state current I in the normal service voltage range at interface A1 ......................... 17

9 Inrush current on interface A1 ................................................................................................................ 17

9.1 Limits ............................................................................................................................................................... 17

9.2 Measurement method ....................................................................................................................................... 18

9.3 Protective device ratings .................................................................................................................................. 19

10 Earthing and Bonding ............................................................................................................................. 19

11 Electrical Safety requirements ................................................................................................................ 19

12 EMC requirements at the input of ICT equipment ................................................................................. 19

Annex A (informative): ICT power supply configurations providing a unified power interface

in the present document ................................................................................ 20

Annex B (normative): Identification of interface A1 ........................................................................ 22

Annex C (informative): Calculation of the extreme AC voltage range at interface A1 ................... 23

Annex D (informative): Dimensioning of over-current protective devices ........................................ 24

Annex E (normative): Test generator for voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage

variations ........................................................................................................ 25

Annex F (informative): Details of the voltage surges measurement in the most common case

of distribution and protective devices .......................................................... 26

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Annex G (informative): Guide for measuring inrush current and for transferring the

recorded pulses onto the limit chart ............................................................. 27

G.1 Measurement .......................................................................................................................................... 27

G.2 Pulse waveform transfor mation .............................................................................................................. 27

History .............................................................................................................................................................. 29

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Intellectual Property Rights
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Foreword

This European Standard (EN) has been produced by ETSI Technical Committee Environmental Engineering (EE).

The present document is part 1 of a multi-part deliverable covering Environmental Engineering (EE); Power supply

interface at the input to Information and Communication Technology (ICT) equipment, as identified below:

Part 1: "Alternating Current (AC)";
Part 2: "-48 V Direct Current (DC)";
Part 3: "Up to 400 V Direct Current (DC)";
National transposition dates
Date of adoption of this EN: 8 March 2019
Date of latest announcement of this EN (doa): 30 June 2019
Date of latest publication of new National Standard
or endorsement of this EN (dop/e): 31 December 2019
Date of withdrawal of any conflicting National Standard (dow): 31 December 2019
Modal verbs terminology

In the present document "shall", "shall not", "should", "should not", "may", "need not", "will", "will not", "can" and

"cannot" are to be interpreted as described in clause 3.2 of the ETSI Drafting Rules (Verbal forms for the expression of

provisions).

"must" and "must not" are NOT allowed in ETSI deliverables except when used in direct citation.

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1 Scope
The present document contains requirements for:
• the output of the power supply feeding interface A1;
• the input of the ICT equipment connected to interface A1.

The voltage at interface A1 defined in the present document is single phase and three phase AC.

The following voltage range categories are covered:

• Narrow single phase A1 and narrow three phase A1 AC voltage range defined to comply with nominal

n-1p n-3p
European AC voltages [i.2].

• Wide single phase A1 and wide three phase A1 AC voltage range for worldwide nominal AC voltages.

w-1p w-3p

The present document aims at providing compatibility between the power supply equipment and both the ICT equipment,

and the different load units connected to the same interface A1 (e.g. control/monitoring, cooling system, etc.).

The purpose of the present document is:

• to identify a power supply system with the same characteristics for all ICT equipment defined in the area of

application; the area of application may be any location where the interface A1 is used i.e. telecommunication

centres, Radio Base Stations, datacentres and customer premises;
• to facilitate interworking of different (types of) loads;
• to facilitate the standardization of power supply systems for ICT equipment;

• to facilitate the installation, operation and maintenance in the same network of ICT equipment and systems

from different origins. General requirements for safety and EMC are out of the scope of the present document

series unless specific requirement not defined in existing safety or EMC standards.

The present document concerns the requirements for the interface between Information and Communication

Technology (ICT) equipment and its power supply. It includes requirements relating to its stability and measurement.

Various other references and detailed measurement and test arrangements are contained in informative annexes.

2 References
2.1 Normative references

References are either specific (identified by date of publication and/or edition number or version number) or

non-specific. For specific references, only the cited version applies. For non-specific references, the latest version of the

referenced document (including any amendments) applies.

Referenced documents which are not found to be publicly available in the expected location might be found at

https://docbox.etsi.org/Reference/.

NOTE: While any hyperlinks included in this clause were valid at the time of publication, ETSI cannot guarantee

their long term validity.

The following referenced documents are necessary for the application of the present document.

[1] IEC 60947-2: "Low-voltage switchgear and controlgear - Part 2: Circuit-breakers".

[2] IEC 60269-1: "Low-voltage fuses - Part 1: General requirements".

[3] IEC 61000-4-5: "Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 4-5: Testing and measurement

techniques - Surge immunity test".
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[4] IEC 61000-4-11: "Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 4-11: Testing and measurement

techniques - Voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage variations immunity tests".

2.2 Informative references

References are either specific (identified by date of publication and/or edition number or version number) or

non-specific. For specific references, only the cited version applies. For non-specific references, the latest version of the

referenced document (including any amendments) applies.

NOTE: While any hyperlinks included in this clause were valid at the time of publication, ETSI cannot guarantee

their long term validity.

The following referenced documents are not necessary for the application of the present document but they assist the

user with regard to a particular subject area.

[i.1] ETSI ETS 300 132-1 (Edition 1): "Equipment Engineering (EE); Power supply interface at the

input to telecommunications equipment; Part 1: Operated by alternating current (ac) derived from

direct current (dc) sources".
[i.2] IEC 60038: "IEC standard voltages".

[i.3] IEC 60050-601: "International Electrotechnical Vocabulary. Chapter 601: Generation,

transmission and distribution of electricity - General".
[i.4] Void.

[i.5] ETSI EN 300 386: "Telecommunication network equipment; ElectroMagnetic Compatibility

(EMC) requirements; Harmonised Standard covering the essential requirements of the Directive

2014/30/EU".
[i.6] Void.

[i.7] CENELEC EN 62368-1 (Ed. 1.0): "Audio/Video, Information and Communication Technology

Equipment - Part 1: Safety requirements".

[i.8] IEC 60445: "Basic and safety principle for man-machine interface, marking and

identification - Identification of equipment terminals, conductor terminations, and conductors".

[i.9] IEC 60898-1:2015: "Electrical accessories - Circuit-breakers for overcurrent protection for

household and similar installations - Part 1: Circuit-breakers for a.c. operation".

[i.10] IEC 60898-2: " Electrical accessories - Circuit-breakers for overcurrent protection for household

and similar installations - Part 2: Circuit-breakers for AC and DC operation".
[i.11] IEC 60364 series: "Low-voltage electrical installations".
[i.12] IEC 62040 series: "Uninterruptible power systems (UPS)".
3 Definition of terms, symbols and abbreviations
3.1 Terms
For the purposes of the present document, the following terms apply:

abnormal service voltage ranges: steady-state voltage ranges over which the ICT equipment will not be expected to

maintain normal service but will survive undamaged

area of application: any location where the interface A1 is used i.e. telecommunication centres, Radio Base Stations,

datacentres and customer premises
customer premises: location which is the sole responsibility of the customer
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ICT equipment: device, in the telecommunication network infrastructure, that provides an ICT service

interface A: interface, physical point, at which -48 VDC power supply is connected in order to operate the ICT

equipment

interface A1: interface, physical point, at which AC power supply is connected in order to operate the ICT equipment

NOTE: A1 and A1 are used for different voltage ranges: narrow and wide respectively.

n w

interface A3: interface, physical point, at which 400 VDC power supply is connected in order to operate the ICT

equipment
load unit: power consuming equipment, that is part of a system block

nominal voltage: value of the voltage by which the electrical installation or part of the electrical installation is

designated and identified

NOTE: This definition is based on nominal voltage defined in IEC 60050-601 [i.3].

normal service: service mode where ICT equipment operates within its specification

normal service voltage range: range of the steady-state voltage at the A1 interface over which the equipment will

maintain normal service
power supply: power supply to which ICT equipment is intended to be connected

reference test voltage: voltage used as a reference to define the test voltage in the present document

NOTE: The test voltage may be also a percentage of this voltage.

system block: functional group of ICT equipment depending for its operation and performance on its connection to the

same power supply

telecommunication centre: any location where ICT equipment is installed and is the sole responsibility of the operator

3.2 Symbols
For the purposes of the present document, the following symbols apply:
I maximum steady state current drain at interface A1
I instantaneous surge current at interface A1
I maximum steady state current drain at U at interface A1
UT T
3.3 Abbreviations
For the purposes of the present document, the following abbreviations apply:
AC Alternating Current
NOTE: Also when used as a suffix to units of measurement.
DC Direct Current
NOTE: Also when used as a suffix to units of measurement.
EMC ElectroMagnetic Compatibility
EUT Equipment Under Test
ICT Information and Communication Technology
L Phase conductor
LISN Line Impedance Stabilization Networks
N Neutral conductor
PE Protective Earth
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RMS Root Mean Square
U Reference Test Voltage
UPS Uninterruptible Power Supply
VAC Volts Alternating Current
VDC Volts Direct Current
4 Power Interface A1

The power supply interface, interface A1 of figure 1, is a physical point to which all the requirements are related. This

point is situated between the power supply system(s) and the power consuming ICT equipment of the area of

application defined in the scope of the present document.

An example of configurations in which interface A1 is identified is given in annex B.

Interface A1 is located at the power terminals of the ICT equipment or system as defined by the manufacturer in

accordance to IEC 60445 [i.8].

NOTE 1: Subject to the installation preconditions, this point may be located at any other point between the power

supply system and the ICT equipment by mutual agreement of the relevant parties.

NOTE 2: The power supply can be derived from AC grid e.g. through AC bypass of UPS or inverters.

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ICT Equipment
(L) Live AC terminal in single phase supply.
(N) Neutral AC terminal.
PE Protective Earth.
ICT Equipment
(L1, L2, L3) Live AC terminals in 3 phases supply.
(N) Optional Neutral AC terminal.
PE Protective Earth.

Figure 1: General identification of the interface A1 in single and 3 phase AC supply

5 AC interface requirements A1
5.0 Introduction

The definition of the AC interface voltages ranges and typical operating voltage values are defined in the following

subclauses of clause 5.
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5.1 Nominal voltage at interface A1

The nominal voltage is a definition used to enable differentiating power interfaces.

The nominal voltage for an AC sgrid source of 230 V single phase and 400 V three phase is defined according to

IEC 60038 [i.2].

In addition, a wide worldwide nominal single phase AC voltage range from 100 V to 240 V is commonly used, along

with a corresponding nominal 3 phase voltage range from 173 V to 415 V.
5.2 Normal service voltage range categories at interface A1

The normal service voltage range categories at powering interface A1 of ICT equipment shall be as follows:

Narrow voltage range - Single phase:
• A1 single phase minimum voltage: 197 VAC RMS (line to neutral interface)
n-1p
• A1 single phase maximum voltage: 253 VAC RMS (line to neutral interface)
n-1p

NOTE 1: The minimum voltage at interface A1 is calculated as 230 V nominal -10 % at the incoming supply

n-1p

terminals of a building and a further -4 % maximum voltage drop allowance on the AC distribution within

the building.

NOTE 2: The maximum voltage at interface A1 is calculated as 230 V nominal +10 %.

n-1p
Narrow voltage range - Three phase:
• A1 three phase minimum voltage:
n-3p
- 344 VAC RMS for line to line interface; or

- optionally same voltage as narrow single phase minimum voltage for line to neutral interface.

• A1 three phase maximum voltage:
n-3p
- 440 VAC RMS for line to line interface; or

- optionally same voltage as narrow single phase maximum voltage in case of line to neutral interface.

NOTE 3: The minimum voltage at interface A1 is calculated as 400 V nominal -10 % at the incoming supply

3p-n

terminals of a building and a further -4 % maximum voltage drop allowance on the AC distribution within

the building.

NOTE 4: The maximum voltage at interface A1 is calculated as 400 V nominal +10 %.

3p-n
Wide voltage range - Single phase:
• A1 single phase minimum voltage: 86 VAC RMS (line to neutral interface).
w-1p
• A1 single phase maximum voltage: 264 VAC RMS (line to neutral interface).
w-1p

NOTE 5: The minimum voltage at interface A1 is calculated as 100 V nominal -10 % at the incoming supply

w-1p

terminals of a building and a further -4 % maximum voltage drop allowance on the AC distribution within

the building.

NOTE 6: The maximum voltage at interface A1 is calculated as 240 V nominal +10 %.

w-1p
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Wide voltage range - Three phase:
• A1 minimum voltage:
w-3p
- 149 VAC RMS for line to line interface; or

- optionally same voltage as narrow single phase minimum voltage for line to neutral interface.

• A1 maximum voltage:
w-3p
- 456 VAC RMS for line to line interface; or

- optionally same voltage as narrow single phase maximum voltage for line to neutral interface.

NOTE 7: The minimum voltage at interface A1 is calculated as 173 V nominal -10 % at the incoming supply

w-3p

terminals of a building and a further -4 % maximum voltage drop allowance on the AC distribution within

the building.

NOTE 8: The maximum voltage at interface A1 is calculated as 415 V nominal +10 %.

w-3p
5.3 Reference test voltage (U ) at interface A1
The reference test voltage (U ) for ICT equipment shall be:

1) U = 230 V for single phase or 3 phase line to neutral equipment (test voltage for narrow voltage range)

2) U = 400 V for three phase equipment (test voltage for narrow voltage range line to line)

Two test voltages shall be used for wide voltage range equipment:

1) U = 100 and U = 240 V for single phase or 3 phase line to neutral equipment (test voltage for wide voltage

T T
range)

2) U = 173 and U = 415 V for three phase equipment (test voltage for wide voltage range line to line)

T T

NOTE: The powering solution should work in any site even with very long power cables i.e. U at the input of

ICT equipment is lower than power supply output. For constant power ICT equipment, the current is

increasing as a function of decreasing voltage.
5.4 Abnormal service voltage ranges at interface A1

The ICT equipment may be subject to steady state voltage out of the normal service voltage range. Limits of abnormal

service voltage range are defined as follows:
• 0 V < U < 197 V for narrow range single phase (line to neutral interface)
• 0 V < U < 86 V for wide range single phase (line to neutral interface)
• 0 V < U < 344 V for narrow range three phase (line to line interface)
• 0 V < U < 149 V for wide range three phase (line to line interface)

After the restoration of the supply from the abnormal service voltage range to the normal service voltage range, the ICT

equipment shall fulfil the following performance criteria:
• the ICT equipment shall not suffer any damage;

• the ICT equipment shall be able to automatically resume operation according to its specifications when the

voltage comes back into the normal service voltage range.

NOTE: The second criterion implies that abnormal service voltage should not lead to the disconnection of power

supply units e.g. by causing circuit breakers, fuses or other such devices to operate.

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6 Voltage variations, voltage dips, short interruptions
and voltage surges at interface A1
6.0 Introduction

Under abnormal conditions, voltage values outside the normal service voltage range may occur for short time.

The deviations from the steady-state voltage at the A1 interface may be caused by:

• Voltage variations.
• Voltage dips.
• Voltage interruptions.
• Voltage surges.

The tests for voltage dips, short interruption and voltage variations shall be conducted in accordance with standard

IEC 61000-4-11 [4], annex E.
NOTE 1: Clause 6.1.1 of IEC 61000-4-11 [4] defines generator output impedance.

The tests for voltage surges shall be conducted in accordance with standard IEC 61000-4-5 [3].

Specific criteria to ICT equipment are defined in each test table below. The tests shall be performed on individual

modules/subsystems.

The test shall be done at the test voltages corresponding to the voltage range of the product defined in clause 5.3.

In 3 phases, the defined tests shall be done on 1, 2 and 3 phases, to cover a
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Power supply interface at the input to Information and
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Reference
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Keywords
environment, interface, power supply
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Contents

Intellectual Property Rights ................................................................................................................................ 5

Foreword ............................................................................................................................................................. 5

Modal verbs terminology .................................................................................................................................... 5

1 Scope ........................................................................................................................................................ 6

2 References ................................................................................................................................................ 6

2.1 Normative references ......................................................................................................................................... 6

2.2 Informative references ........................................................................................................................................ 7

3 Definition of terms, symbols and abbreviations ....................................................................................... 7

3.1 Terms .................................................................................................................................................................. 7

3.2 Symbols .............................................................................................................................................................. 8

3.3 Abbreviations ..................................................................................................................................................... 8

4 Power Interface A1 ................................................................................................................................... 9

5 AC interface requirements A1 ................................................................................................................ 10

5.0 Introduction ...................................................................................................................................................... 10

5.1 Nominal voltage at interface A1 ....................................................................................................................... 11

5.2 Normal service voltage range categories at interface A1 .................................................................................. 11

5.3 Reference test voltage (U ) at interface A1 ...................................................................................................... 12

5.4 Abnormal service voltage ranges at interface A1 ............................................................................................. 12

6 Voltage variations, voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage surges at interface A1 ...................... 13

6.0 Introduction ...................................................................................................................................................... 13

6.1 Voltage variations............................................................................................................................................. 13

6.2 Voltages dips .................................................................................................................................................... 14

6.3 Short interruptions ............................................................................................................................................ 15

6.4 Voltage surges .................................................................................................................................................. 15

7 AC Supply protection on interface A1 ................................................................................................... 16

8 Maximum steady state current I in the normal service voltage range at interface A1 ......................... 17

9 Inrush current on interface A1 ................................................................................................................ 17

9.1 Limits ............................................................................................................................................................... 17

9.2 Measurement method ....................................................................................................................................... 18

9.3 Protective device ratings .................................................................................................................................. 19

10 Earthing and Bonding ............................................................................................................................. 19

11 Electrical Safety requirements ................................................................................................................ 19

12 EMC requirements at the input of ICT equipment ................................................................................. 19

Annex A (informative): ICT power supply configurations providing a unified power interface

in the present document ................................................................................ 20

Annex B (normative): Identification of interface A1 ........................................................................ 22

Annex C (informative): Calculation of the extreme AC voltage range at interface A1 ................... 23

Annex D (informative): Dimensioning of over-current protective devices ........................................ 24

Annex E (normative): Test generator for voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage

variations ........................................................................................................ 25

Annex F (informative): Details of the voltage surges measurement in the most common case

of distribution and protective devices .......................................................... 26

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Annex G (informative): Guide for measuring inrush current and for transferring the

recorded pulses onto the limit chart ............................................................. 27

G.1 Measurement .......................................................................................................................................... 27

G.2 Pulse waveform transfor mation .............................................................................................................. 27

History .............................................................................................................................................................. 29

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Foreword

This final draft European Standard (EN) has been produced by ETSI Technical Committee Environmental Engineering

(EE), and is now submitted for the Vote phase of the ETSI standards EN Approval Procedure.

The present document is part 1 of a multi-part deliverable covering Environmental Engineering (EE); Power supply

interface at the input to Information and Communication Technology (ICT) equipment, as identified below:

Part 1: "Alternating Current (AC)";
Part 2: "-48 V Direct Current (DC)";
Part 3: "Up to 400 V Direct Current (DC)";
Proposed national transposition dates
Date of latest announcement of this EN (doa): 3 months after ETSI publication
Date of latest publication of new National Standard
or endorsement of this EN (dop/e): 6 months after doa

Date of withdrawal of any conflicting National Standard (dow): 6 months after doa

Modal verbs terminology

In the present document "shall", "shall not", "should", "should not", "may", "need not", "will", "will not", "can" and

"cannot" are to be interpreted as described in clause 3.2 of the ETSI Drafting Rules (Verbal forms for the expression of

provisions).

"must" and "must not" are NOT allowed in ETSI deliverables except when used in direct citation.

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1 Scope
The present document contains requirements for:
• the output of the power supply feeding interface A1;
• the input of the ICT equipment connected to interface A1.

The voltage at interface A1 defined in the present document is single phase and three phase AC.

The following voltage range categories are covered:

• Narrow single phase A1 and narrow three phase A1 AC voltage range defined to comply with nominal

n-1p n-3p
European AC voltages [i.2].

• Wide single phase A1 and wide three phase A1 AC voltage range for worldwide nominal AC voltages.

w-1p w-3p

The present document aims at providing compatibility between the power supply equipment and both the ICT equipment,

and the different load units connected to the same interface A1 (e.g. control/monitoring, cooling system, etc.).

The purpose of the present document is:

• to identify a power supply system with the same characteristics for all ICT equipment defined in the area of

application; the area of application may be any location where the interface A1 is used i.e. telecommunication

centres, Radio Base Stations, datacentres and customer premises;
• to facilitate interworking of different (types of) loads;
• to facilitate the standardization of power supply systems for ICT equipment;

• to facilitate the installation, operation and maintenance in the same network of ICT equipment and systems

from different origins. General requirements for safety and EMC are out of the scope of the present document

series unless specific requirement not defined in existing safety or EMC standards.

The present document concerns the requirements for the interface between Information and Communication

Technology (ICT) equipment and its power supply. It includes requirements relating to its stability and measurement.

Various other references and detailed measurement and test arrangements are contained in informative annexes.

2 References
2.1 Normative references

References are either specific (identified by date of publication and/or edition number or version number) or

non-specific. For specific references, only the cited version applies. For non-specific references, the latest version of the

referenced document (including any amendments) applies.

Referenced documents which are not found to be publicly available in the expected location might be found at

https://docbox.etsi.org/Reference/.

NOTE: While any hyperlinks included in this clause were valid at the time of publication, ETSI cannot guarantee

their long term validity.

The following referenced documents are necessary for the application of the present document.

[1] IEC 60947-2: "Low-voltage switchgear and controlgear - Part 2: Circuit-breakers".

[2] IEC 60269-1: "Low-voltage fuses - Part 1: General requirements".

[3] IEC 61000-4-5: "Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 4-5: Testing and measurement

techniques - Surge immunity test".
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[4] IEC 61000-4-11: "Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 4-11: Testing and measurement

techniques - Voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage variations immunity tests".

2.2 Informative references

References are either specific (identified by date of publication and/or edition number or version number) or

non-specific. For specific references, only the cited version applies. For non-specific references, the latest version of the

referenced document (including any amendments) applies.

NOTE: While any hyperlinks included in this clause were valid at the time of publication, ETSI cannot guarantee

their long term validity.

The following referenced documents are not necessary for the application of the present document but they assist the

user with regard to a particular subject area.

[i.1] ETSI ETS 300 132-1 (Edition 1): "Equipment Engineering (EE); Power supply interface at the

input to telecommunications equipment; Part 1: Operated by alternating current (ac) derived from

direct current (dc) sources".
[i.2] IEC 60038: "IEC standard voltages".

[i.3] IEC 60050-601: "International Electrotechnical Vocabulary. Chapter 601: Generation,

transmission and distribution of electricity - General".
[i.4] Void.

[i.5] ETSI EN 300 386: "Telecommunication network equipment; ElectroMagnetic Compatibility

(EMC) requirements; Harmonised Standard covering the essential requirements of the Directive

2014/30/EU".
[i.6] Void.

[i.7] CENELEC EN 62368-1 (Ed. 1.0): "Audio/Video, Information and Communication Technology

Equipment - Part 1: Safety requirements".

[i.8] IEC 60445: "Basic and safety principle for man-machine interface, marking and

identification - Identification of equipment terminals, conductor terminations, and conductors".

[i.9] IEC 60898-1:2015: "Electrical accessories - Circuit-breakers for overcurrent protection for

household and similar installations - Part 1: Circuit-breakers for a.c. operation".

[i.10] IEC 60898-2: " Electrical accessories - Circuit-breakers for overcurrent protection for household

and similar installations - Part 2: Circuit-breakers for AC and DC operation".
[i.11] IEC 60364 series: "Low-voltage electrical installations".
[i.12] IEC 62040 series: "Uninterruptible power systems (UPS)".
3 Definition of terms, symbols and abbreviations
3.1 Terms
For the purposes of the present document, the following terms apply:

abnormal service voltage ranges: steady-state voltage ranges over which the ICT equipment will not be expected to

maintain normal service but will survive undamaged

area of application: any location where the interface A1 is used i.e. telecommunication centres, Radio Base Stations,

datacentres and customer premises
customer premises: location which is the sole responsibility of the customer
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ICT equipment: device, in the telecommunication network infrastructure, that provides an ICT service

interface A: interface, physical point, at which -48 VDC power supply is connected in order to operate the ICT

equipment

interface A1: interface, physical point, at which AC power supply is connected in order to operate the ICT equipment

NOTE: A1 and A1 are used for different voltage ranges: narrow and wide respectively.

n w

interface A3: interface, physical point, at which 400 VDC power supply is connected in order to operate the ICT

equipment
load unit: power consuming equipment, that is part of a system block

nominal voltage: value of the voltage by which the electrical installation or part of the electrical installation is

designated and identified

NOTE: This definition is based on nominal voltage defined in IEC 60050-601 [i.3].

normal service: service mode where ICT equipment operates within its specification

normal service voltage range: range of the steady-state voltage at the A1 interface over which the equipment will

maintain normal service
power supply: power supply to which ICT equipment is intended to be connected

reference test voltage: voltage used as a reference to define the test voltage in the present document

NOTE: The test voltage may be also a percentage of this voltage.

system block: functional group of ICT equipment depending for its operation and performance on its connection to the

same power supply

telecommunication centre: any location where ICT equipment is installed and is the sole responsibility of the operator

3.2 Symbols
For the purposes of the present document, the following symbols apply:
I maximum steady state current drain at interface A1
I instantaneous surge current at interface A1
I maximum steady state current drain at U at interface A1
UT T
3.3 Abbreviations
For the purposes of the present document, the following abbreviations apply:
AC Alternating Current
NOTE: Also when used as a suffix to units of measurement.
DC Direct Current
NOTE: Also when used as a suffix to units of measurement.
EMC ElectroMagnetic Compatibility
EUT Equipment Under Test
ICT Information and Communication Technology
L Phase conductor
LISN Line Impedance Stabilization Networks
N Neutral conductor
PE Protective Earth
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RMS Root Mean Square
U Reference Test Voltage
UPS Uninterruptible Power Supply
VAC Volts Alternating Current
VDC Volts Direct Current
4 Power Interface A1

The power supply interface, interface A1 of figure 1, is a physical point to which all the requirements are related. This

point is situated between the power supply system(s) and the power consuming ICT equipment of the area of

application defined in the scope of the present document.

An example of configurations in which interface A1 is identified is given in annex B.

Interface A1 is located at the power terminals of the ICT equipment or system as defined by the manufacturer in

accordance to IEC 60445 [i.8].

NOTE 1: Subject to the installation preconditions, this point may be located at any other point between the power

supply system and the ICT equipment by mutual agreement of the relevant parties.

NOTE 2: The power supply can be derived from AC grid e.g. through AC bypass of UPS or inverters.

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ICT Equipment
(L) Live AC terminal in single phase supply.
(N) Neutral AC terminal.
PE Protective Earth.
ICT Equipment
(L1, L2, L3) Live AC terminals in 3 phases supply.
(N) Optional Neutral AC terminal.
PE Protective Earth.

Figure 1: General identification of the interface A1 in single and 3 phase AC supply

5 AC interface requirements A1
5.0 Introduction

The definition of the AC interface voltages ranges and typical operating voltage values are defined in the following

subclauses of clause 5.
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5.1 Nominal voltage at interface A1

The nominal voltage is a definition used to enable differentiating power interfaces.

The nominal voltage for an AC sgrid source of 230 V single phase and 400 V three phase is defined according to

IEC 60038 [i.2].

In addition, a wide worldwide nominal single phase AC voltage range from 100 V to 240 V is commonly used, along

with a corresponding nominal 3 phase voltage range from 173 V to 415 V.
5.2 Normal service voltage range categories at interface A1

The normal service voltage range categories at powering interface A1 of ICT equipment shall be as follows:

Narrow voltage range - Single phase:
• A1 single phase minimum voltage: 197 VAC RMS (line to neutral interface)
n-1p
• A1 single phase maximum voltage: 253 VAC RMS (line to neutral interface)
n-1p

NOTE 1: The minimum voltage at interface A1 is calculated as 230 V nominal -10 % at the incoming supply

n-1p

terminals of a building and a further -4 % maximum voltage drop allowance on the AC distribution within

the building.

NOTE 2: The maximum voltage at interface A1 is calculated as 230 V nominal +10 %.

n-1p
Narrow voltage range - Three phase:
• A1 three phase minimum voltage:
n-3p
- 344 VAC RMS for line to line interface; or

- optionally same voltage as narrow single phase minimum voltage for line to neutral interface.

• A1 three phase maximum voltage:
n-3p
- 440 VAC RMS for line to line interface; or

- optionally same voltage as narrow single phase maximum voltage in case of line to neutral interface.

NOTE 3: The minimum voltage at interface A1 is calculated as 400 V nominal -10 % at the incoming supply

3p-n

terminals of a building and a further -4 % maximum voltage drop allowance on the AC distribution within

the building.

NOTE 4: The maximum voltage at interface A1 is calculated as 400 V nominal +10 %.

3p-n
Wide voltage range - Single phase:
• A1 single phase minimum voltage: 86 VAC RMS; (line to neutral interface).
w-1p
• A1 single phase maximum voltage: 264 VAC RMS (line to neutral interface).
w-1p

NOTE 5: The minimum voltage at interface A1 is calculated as 100 V nominal -10 % at the incoming supply

w-1p

terminals of a building and a further -4 % maximum voltage drop allowance on the AC distribution within

the building.

NOTE 6: The maximum voltage at interface A1 is calculated as 240 V nominal +10 %.

w-1p
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Wide voltage range - Three phase:
• A1 minimum voltage:
w-3p
- 149 VAC RMS for line to line interface; or

- optionally same voltage as narrow single phase minimum voltage for line to neutral interface.

• A1 maximum voltage:
w-3p
- 456 VAC RMS for line to line interface; or

- optionally same voltage as narrow single phase maximum voltage for line to neutral interface.

NOTE 7: The minimum voltage at interface A1 is calculated as 173 V nominal -10 % at the incoming supply

w-3p

terminals of a building and a further -4 % maximum voltage drop allowance on the AC distribution within

the building.

NOTE 8: The maximum voltage at interface A1 is calculated as 415 V nominal +10 %.

w-3p
5.3 Reference test voltage (U ) at interface A1
The reference test voltage (U ) for ICT equipment shall be:

1) U = 230 V for single phase or 3 phase line to neutral equipment (test voltage for narrow voltage range)

2) U = 400 V for three phase equipment (test voltage for narrow voltage range line to line)

Two test voltages shall be used for wide voltage range equipment:

1) U = 100 and U = 240 V for single phase or 3 phase line to neutral equipment (test voltage for wide voltage

T T
range)

2) U = 173 and U = 415 V for three phase equipment (test voltage for wide voltage range line to line)

T T

NOTE: The powering solution should work in any site even with very long power cables i.e. U at the input of

ICT equipment is lower than power supply output. For constant power ICT equipment, the current is

increasing as a function of decreasing voltage.
5.4 Abnormal service voltage ranges at interface A1

The ICT equipment may be subject to steady state voltage out of the normal service voltage range. Limits of abnormal

service voltage range are defined as follows:
• 0 V < U < 197 V for narrow range single phase (line to neutral interface)
• 0 V < U < 86 V for wide range single phase (line to neutral interface)
• 0 V < U < 344 V for narrow range three phase (line to line interface)
• 0 V < U < 149 V for wide range three phase (line to line interface)

After the restoration of the supply from the abnormal service voltage range to the normal service voltage range, the ICT

equipment shall fulfil the following performance criteria:
• the ICT equipment shall not suffer any damage;

• the ICT equipment shall be able to automatically resume operation according to its specifications when the

voltage comes back into the normal service voltage range.

NOTE: The second criterion implies that abnormal service voltage should not lead to the disconnection of power

supply units e.g. by causing circuit breakers, fuses or other such devices to operate.

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6 Voltage variations, voltage dips, short interruptions
and voltage surges at interface A1
6.0 Introduction

Under abnormal conditions, voltage values outside the normal service voltage range may occur for short time.

The deviations from the steady-state voltage at the A1 interface may be caused by:

• Voltage variations.
• Voltage dips.
• Voltage interruptions.
• Voltage surges.

The tests for voltage dips, short interruption and voltage variations shall be conducted in accordance with standard

IEC 61000-4-11 [4], annex E.
NOTE 1: Clause 6.1.1 of IEC 61000-4-11 [4] defines generator output impedance.

The tests for voltage surges shall be conducted in accordance with standard IEC 61000-4-5 [3].

Specific criteria to ICT equipment are defined in each test table below. The tests shall be performed on individual

modules/subsystems.

The test shall be done at the test voltages corresponding to the voltage range of the product defined in clause 5.3.

In 3 phases, the defined tests shall be done on 1, 2 and 3 phases, to cover all events (grid disturbance from or

interruption, local line short circuit, etc.).

NOTE 2: Clause 6 states the minimum requirements at A1 power interface to Telecom/ICT input interface when

power supply includes a bypass with AC input. Higher immunity levels may be required when equipment

is directly connected to public utility AC grid.
For all the following tests compliance criteria are defined as:

Criteria a): The EUT shall continue to operate as intended during and after the test. No degradation of

performance or loss of function is allowed below a performance level specified by the

manufacturer, when the apparatus is used as intended.

Criteria b): Temporary loss of function or degradation of performance, which ceases after the disturbance

ceases, and from which the EUT recovers its normal performance, without operator intervention.

NOTE 3: In the present document, the EUTs is the ICT equipment.
6.1 Voltage variations

The purpose of the following tests are not to check equipment dynamic behaviour during rise and fall times from U to

minimum or maximum voltage of the v
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Contents

Intellectual Property Rights ................................................................................................................................ 5

Foreword ............................................................................................................................................................. 5

Modal verbs terminology .................................................................................................................................... 5

1 Scope ........................................................................................................................................................ 6

2 References ................................................................................................................................................ 6

2.1 Normative references ......................................................................................................................................... 6

2.2 Informative references ........................................................................................................................................ 7

3 Definitions, symbols and abbreviations ................................................................................................... 8

3.1 Definitions .......................................................................................................................................................... 8

3.2 Symbols .............................................................................................................................................................. 9

3.3 Abbreviations ..................................................................................................................................................... 9

4 Interface A3ac .......................................................................................................................................... 9

5 AC interface requirements (A3ac).......................................................................................................... 10

5.0 Introduction ...................................................................................................................................................... 10

5.1 Nominal voltage at interface A3ac ................................................................................................................... 10

5.2 Normal service voltage range categories at interface A3ac .............................................................................. 11

5.3 Reference test voltage (U ) at interface A3ac .................................................................................................. 12

5.4 Abnormal service voltage ranges at interface A3ac ......................................................................................... 12

6 Voltage variations, voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage surges at interface A3ac ................... 13

6.0 Introduction ...................................................................................................................................................... 13

6.1 Voltage variations............................................................................................................................................. 13

6.2 Voltages dips .................................................................................................................................................... 14

6.3 Short interruptions ............................................................................................................................................ 15

6.4 Voltage surges .................................................................................................................................................. 15

7 AC Supply protection on interface A3ac................................................................................................ 16

8 Maximum steady state current I in the normal service voltage range at interface A3ac ...................... 17

9 Inrush current on interface A3ac ............................................................................................................ 17

9.1 Limits ............................................................................................................................................................... 17

9.2 Measurement method ....................................................................................................................................... 18

9.3 Protective device ratings .................................................................................................................................. 19

10 Earthing and Bonding ............................................................................................................................. 19

11 Electrical Safety requirements ................................................................................................................ 19

12 EMC requirements at the input of ICT equipment ................................................................................. 20

Annex A (informative): ICT power supply configurations providing a unified power interface

in the present document ................................................................................ 21

Annex B (normative): Identification of interface A3ac .................................................................... 23

Annex C (informative): Calculation of the extreme AC voltage range at interface A3ac ................ 24

Annex D (informative): Dimensioning of over-current protective devices ........................................ 25

Annex E (informative): Test generator for voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage

variations ........................................................................................................ 26

Annex F (informative): Details of the voltage surges measurement in the most common case

of distribution and protective devices .......................................................... 27

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Annex G (informative): Guide for measuring inrush current and for transferring the

recorded pulses onto the limit chart ............................................................. 29

G.1 Measurement .......................................................................................................................................... 29

G.2 Pulse waveform transfor mation .............................................................................................................. 29

History .............................................................................................................................................................. 31

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Intellectual Property Rights
Essential patents

IPRs essential or potentially essential to the present document may have been declared to ETSI. The information

pertaining to these essential IPRs, if any, is publicly available for ETSI members and non-members, and can be found

in ETSI SR 000 314: "Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs); Essential, or potentially Essential, IPRs notified to ETSI in

respect of ETSI standards", which is available from the ETSI Secretariat. Latest updates are available on the ETSI Web

server (https://ipr.etsi.org/).

Pursuant to the ETSI IPR Policy, no investigation, including IPR searches, has been carried out by ETSI. No guarantee

can be given as to the existence of other IPRs not referenced in ETSI SR 000 314 (or the updates on the ETSI Web

server) which are, or may be, or may become, essential to the present document.
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The present document may include trademarks and/or tradenames which are asserted and/or registered by their owners.

ETSI claims no ownership of these except for any which are indicated as being the property of ETSI, and conveys no

right to use or reproduce any trademark and/or tradename. Mention of those trademarks in the present document does

not constitute an endorsement by ETSI of products, services or organizations associated with those trademarks.

Foreword

This draft European Standard (EN) has been produced by ETSI Technical Committee Environmental Engineering (EE),

and is now submitted for the combined Public Enquiry and Vote phase of the ETSI standards EN Approval Procedure.

The present document is part 1 of a multi-part deliverable covering Environmental Engineering (EE); Power supply

interface at the input to Information and Communication Technology (ICT) equipment, as identified below:

Part 1: "Operated by Alternating Current (AC) source";
Part 2: "Operated by -48 V direct current (dc)";
Part 3: "Operated by up to 400 V Direct current source";
NOTE: Part 3 replaces ETSI EN 300 132-3-1.

Part 4: "Operated by up to 400 V direct current (dc) or alternating current (ac)".

Proposed national transposition dates
Date of latest announcement of this EN (doa): 3 months after ETSI publication
Date of latest publication of new National Standard
or endorsement of this EN (dop/e): 6 months after doa

Date of withdrawal of any conflicting National Standard (dow): 6 months after doa

Modal verbs terminology

In the present document "shall", "shall not", "should", "should not", "may", "need not", "will", "will not", "can" and

"cannot" are to be interpreted as described in clause 3.2 of the ETSI Drafting Rules (Verbal forms for the expression of

provisions).

"must" and "must not" are NOT allowed in ETSI deliverables except when used in direct citation.

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1 Scope
With reference to clause 4, the present document contains requirements for:
• the output of the power supply feeding interface A3ac;
• the input of the ICT equipment connected to interface A3ac.

The voltage at interface A3ac defined in the present document is single phase and three phase AC.

The following voltage range categories are covered:

• A3ac-1: narrow single and three phase AC voltage range defined to comply with nominal European AC

voltages [6].

• A3ac-2: wide single and three phase AC voltage range for worldwide nominal AC voltages.

The present document aims at providing compatibility between the power supply equipment and both the ICT equipment,

and the different load units connected to the same interface A3ac (e.g. control/monitoring, cooling system, etc.).

The purpose of the present document is:

• to identify a power supply system with the same characteristics for all ICT equipment defined in the area of

application; the area of application may be any location where the interface A3 is used i.e. telecommunication

centres, Radio Base Stations, datacentres and customer premises;
• to facilitate interworking of different (types of) loads;
• to facilitate the standardization of power supply systems for ICT equipment;

• to facilitate the installation, operation and maintenance in the same network of ICT equipment and systems

from different origins. General requirements for safety and EMC are out of the scope of the present document

series unless specific requirement not defined in existing safety or EMC standards.

The present document concerns the requirements for the interface between Information and Communication

Technology (ICT) equipment and its power supply. It includes requirements relating to its stability and measurement.

Various other references and detailed measurement and test arrangements are contained in informative annexes.

2 References
2.1 Normative references

References are either specific (identified by date of publication and/or edition number or version number) or

non-specific. For specific references, only the cited version applies. For non-specific references, the latest version of the

referenced document (including any amendments) applies.

Referenced documents which are not found to be publicly available in the expected location might be found at

https://docbox.etsi.org/Reference/.

NOTE: While any hyperlinks included in this clause were valid at the time of publication, ETSI cannot guarantee

their long term validity.

The following referenced documents are necessary for the application of the present document.

[1] IEC 60947-2: "Low-voltage switchgear and controlgear - Part 2: Circuit-breakers".

[2] IEC 60269-1: "Low-voltage fuses - Part 1: General requirements".

[3] IEC 61000-4-5: "Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 4-5: Testing and measurement

techniques - Surge immunity test".
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[4] IEC 61000-4-11:2004: "Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 4-11: Testing and

measurement techniques - Voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage variations immunity tests".

[5] Void.
[6] IEC 60038:2011: "IEC standard voltages".

[7] ETSI EN 300 132-3: "Environmental Engineering (EE); Power supply interface at the input to

telecommunications equipment; Part 3: Operated by rectified current source, alternating current

source or direct current source up to 400 V".
2.2 Informative references

References are either specific (identified by date of publication and/or edition number or version number) or

non-specific. For specific references, only the cited version applies. For non-specific references, the latest version of the

referenced document (including any amendments) applies.

NOTE: While any hyperlinks included in this clause were valid at the time of publication, ETSI cannot guarantee

their long term validity.

The following referenced documents are not necessary for the application of the present document but they assist the

user with regard to a particular subject area.

[i.1] ETSI ETS 300 132-1: "Environmental Engineering (EE); Power supply interface at the input to

Information and Communication Technology (ICT) equipment; Part 1: Operated by Alternating

Current (AC) source".
[i.2] Void.

[i.3] IEC 60050-601: "International Electrotechnical Vocabulary. Chapter 601: Generation,

transmission and distribution of electricity - General".

[i.4] ETSI EN 300 253: "Environmental Engineering (EE); Earthing and bonding of ICT equipment

powered by -48 VDC in telecom and data centres".

[i.5] ETSI EN 300 386: "Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM);

Telecommunication network equipment; ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) requirements".

[i.6] IEC 60950-1: "Information technology equipment - Safety - Part 1: General requirements".

[i.7] CENELEC EN 62368-1 (Ed. 1.0): "Audio/Video, Information and Communication Technology

Equipment - Part 1: Safety requirements".

[i.8] IEC 60445: "Basic and safety principle for man-machine interface, marking and identification-

Identification of equipment terminals, conductor terminations, and conductors".

[i.9] IEC 60898-1:2015: "Electrical accessories - Circuit-breakers for overcurrent protection for

household and similar installations - Part 1: Circuit-breakers for a.c. operation".

[i.10] IEC 60898-2: " Electrical accessories - Circuit-breakers for overcurrent protection for household

and similar installations - Part 2: Circuit-breakers for a.c. and d.c. operation".

[i.11] IEC 60364-5-54:2011: "Low-voltage electrical installations - Part 5-54: Selection and erection of

electrical equipment - Earthing arrangements and protective conductors".

[i.12] CENELEC EN 61000-3-2:2006: "Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 3-2: Limits - Limits

for harmonic current emissions (equipment input current <= 16 A per phase)".

[i.13] CENELEC EN 61000-3-3:2013: "Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 3-3: Limits -

Limitation of voltage changes, voltage fluctuations and flicker in public low-voltage supply

systems, for equipment with rated current <= 16 A per phase and not subject to conditional

connection".
[i.14] IEC 62040 series: "Uninterruptible power systems (UPS)".
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3 Definitions, symbols and abbreviations
3.1 Definitions

For the purposes of the present document, the following terms and definitions apply:

abnormal service voltage ranges: steady-state voltage ranges over which the ICT equipment will not be expected to

maintain normal service but will survive undamaged

area of application: any location where the interface A3ac is used i.e. telecommunication centres, Radio Base Stations,

datacentres and customer premises
customer premises: location which is the sole responsibility of the customer
ICT equipment: Information and Communication Technology Equipment

interface A: interface, physical point, at which -48 VDC power supply is connected in order to operate the ICT

equipment

interface A3: interface, physical point, at which 400 VDC power supply is connected in order to operate the ICT

equipment

interface A3ac: interface, physical point, at which AC power supply is connected in order to operate the ICT

equipment
NOTE: A3ac-1 and A3ac-2 are also used for different voltage ranges.
load unit: power consuming equipment, that is part of a system block

nominal voltage: value of the voltage by which the electrical installation or part of the electrical installation is

designated and identified

normal operating condition: typical environmental and powering conditions for operation of ICT equipment, power

supply, power distribution and battery

normal operating voltage: typical value of the voltage at A3ac interface within the normal operating voltage range

normal operating voltage range: voltage range at A3ac interface where the system operates most of the time, e.g. in

general linked to battery floating voltage

normal service: service mode where ICT equipment operates within its specification

normal service voltage range: range of the steady-state voltage at the A3ac interface over which the equipment will

maintain normal service

operating voltage: value of the voltage under normal conditions, at a given instant and a given point (A3ac interface)

of the system
power supply: power supply to which ICT equipment is intended to be connected

reference test voltage: voltage used as a reference to define the test voltage in the present document

NOTE: The test voltage may be also a percentage of this voltage.

system block: functional group of ICT equipment depending for its operation and performance on its connection to the

same power supply

telecommunication centre: any location where ICT equipment is installed and is the sole responsibility of the operator

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3.2 Symbols
For the purposes of the present document, the following symbols apply:
I maximum steady state current drain at interface A3ac
I Instantaneous surge current at interface A3ac
I maximum steady state current drain at U at interface A3ac
UT T
3.3 Abbreviations
For the purposes of the present document, the following abbreviations apply:
AC Alternating Current
NOTE: Also when used as a suffix to units of measurement.
DC Direct Current
NOTE: Also when used as a suffix to units of measurement.
EMC ElectroMagnetic Compatibility
EUT Equipment Under Test
HOD High-Ohmic Distributions
ICT Information and Communication Technology
LOD Low-Ohmic Distribution
N Neutral conductor
PE Protective Earth
RMS Root Mean Square
U Reference Test Voltage
VAC Volts Alternating Current
VDC Volts Direct Current
4 Interface A3ac

The power supply interface, interface A3ac of figure 1, is a physical point to which all the requirements are related. This

point is situated between the power supply system(s) and the power consuming ICT equipment of the area of

application defined in the scope of the present document.

An example of configurations in which interface A3ac is identified is given in annex B.

Interface A3ac is located at the power terminals of the ICT equipment or system as defined by the manufacturer in

accordance to IEC 60445 [i.8].

NOTE 1: Subject to the installation preconditions, this point may be located at any other point between the power

supply system and the ICT equipment by mutual agreement of the relevant parties.

NOTE 2: The power supply can be derived from AC grid e.g. through AC bypass of UPS or inverters.

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(L) Live AC terminal in single phase supply.
(N) Neutral AC terminal.
PE Protective Earth.
(L1, L2, L3) Live AC terminals in 3 phases supply.
(N) Optional Neutral AC terminal.
PE Protective Earth.

Figure 1: General identification of the interface A3ac in single and 3 phase AC supply

5 AC interface requirements (A3ac)
5.0 Introduction

The definition of the AC interface voltages ranges and typical operating voltage values are defined in following clauses

of the present clause 5.
5.1 Nominal voltage at interface A3ac

The nominal voltage is a normative definition used to enable differentiating power interfaces as defined in

IEC 60050-601 [i.3].
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The nominal voltage for an AC source of 230 V single phase and 400 V three phase is defined according to

IEC 60038 [6].

In addition, a wide worldwide nominal single phase AC voltage range from 100 V to 240 V is commonly used, along

with a corresponding nominal 3 phase voltage range from 173 V to 415 V.
NOTE: Nominal voltage range (without tolerance) is defined in IEC 60950-1 [i.6].
5.2 Normal service voltage range categories at interface A3ac

The normal service voltage range categories at powering interface A3ac of ICT equipment shall be as follows:

A3ac-1 narrow single phase voltage range:
• A3ac-1 single phase minimum voltage: 197 VAC RMS (line to neutral interface)
• A3ac-1 single phase maximum voltage: 253 VAC RMS (line to neutral interface)

NOTE 1: The minimum voltage at interface A3ac-1 is calculated as 230 V nominal -10 % at the incoming supply

terminals of a building and a further -4 % maximum voltage drop allowance on the AC distribution within

the building.

NOTE 2: The maximum voltage at interface A3ac-1 is calculated as 230 V nominal +10 %.

A3ac-1 narrow three phase voltage range:
• A3ac-1 three phase minimum voltage:
- 344 VAC RMS for line to line interface;

- or optionally same voltage as narrow single phase minimum voltage for line to neutral interface.

• A3ac-1 three phase maximum voltage:
- 440 VAC RMS for line to line interface;

- or optionally same voltage as narrow single phase maximum voltage in case of line to neutral interface.

NOTE 3: The minimum voltage at interface A3ac-1 is calculated as 400 V nominal -10 % at the incoming supply

terminals of a building and a further -4 % maximum voltage drop allowance on the AC distribution within

the building.

NOTE 4: The maximum voltage at interface A3ac-1 is calculated as 400 V nominal +10 %.

A3ac-2 wide single phase voltage range:
• A3ac-2 single phase minimum voltage: 86 VAC RMS; (line to neutral interface).
• A3ac-2 single phase maximum voltage: 264 VAC RMS (line to neutral interface).

NOTE 5: The minimum voltage at interface A3ac-2 is calculated as 100 V nominal -10 % at the incoming supply

terminals of a building and a further -4 % maximum voltage drop allowance on the AC distribution within

the building.

NOTE 6: The maximum voltage at interface A3ac-2 is calculated as 240 V nominal +10 %.

A3ac-2 wide three-phase voltage range:
• A3ac-2 minimum voltage:
- 149 VAC RMS for line to line interface;

- or optionally same voltage as narrow single phase minimum voltage for line to neutral interface.

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• A3ac-2 maximum voltage:
- 456 VAC RMS for line to line interface;

- or optionally same voltage as narrow single phase maximum voltage for line to neutral interface.

NOTE 7: The minimum voltage at interface A3ac-2 is calculated as 173 V nominal -10 % at the incoming supply

terminals of a building and a further -4 % maximum voltage drop allowance on the AC distribution within

the building.

NOTE 8: The maximum voltage at interface A3ac-2 is calculated as 415 V nominal +10 %.

5.3 Reference test voltage (U ) at interface A3ac
The reference test voltage ( U ) for ICT equipment is defined as:

1) U = 230 V for single phase or 3 phase line to neutral equipment (test voltage for narrow voltage range)

2) U = 400 V for three-phase equipment (test voltage for narrow voltage range line to line)

An additional test voltage for wide voltage range equipment is defined as:

1) U = 100/240 V for single phase or 3 phase line to neutral equipment (test voltage for wide voltage range)

2) U = 173/415 V for three-phase equipment (test voltage for wide voltage range line to line)

NOTE 1: The powering solution should work in any site even with very long power cables i.e. U at the input of

ICT equipment is lower than power supply output. For constant power ICT equipment, the current is

increasing as a function of decreasing voltage.
NOTE 2: The reference voltage U for DC is defined in ETSI EN 300 132-3 [7].
5.4 Abnormal service voltage ranges at interface A3ac

The ICT equipment may be subjected to steady state voltage out of the normal service voltage range. Limits of

abnormal service voltage range are defined as follows:
• 0 V < U < 197 V for narrow range single phase (line to neutral interface)
• 0 V < U < 86 V for wide range single phase (line to neutral interface)
• 0 V < U < 344 V for narrow range three phases (line to line interface)
• 0 V < U < 149 V for wide range three phases (line to line interface)

After the restoration of the supply from the abnormal service voltage range to the normal service voltage range, the ICT

equipment shall fulfil the following performance criteria:
• the ICT equipment shall not suffer any damage;

• the ICT equipment shall be able to automatically resume operation according to its specifications when the

voltage comes back into the normal service voltage range.

NOTE: The second criterion implies that abnormal service voltage should not lead to the disconnection of power

supply units e.g. by causing circuit breakers, fuses or other such devices to operate.

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6 Voltage variations, voltage dips, short interruptions
and voltage surges at interface A3ac
6.0 Introduction

Under abnormal conditions, voltage values outside the normal service voltage range may occur for short time.

The deviations from the steady-state voltage at the A3ac interface may be caused by:

• Voltage variations.
• Voltage dips.
• Voltage interruptions.
• Voltage surges.
The tests for voltage dips, short interrupti
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