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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 : Important Safety Instructions---------------------------- 1
1.1
Safety Instructions----------------------------------------------- 1
1.2
Glossary of Symbols--------------------------------------------- 5
1.3
Standard Compliance------------------------------------------- 6
1.4
Storage-------------------------------------------------------------- 7
Chapter 2 : Introduction---------------------------------------------------- 8
2.1
General Overview------------------------------------------------ 8
2.2
Package Inspection---------------------------------------------- 8
2.3
Features----------------------------------------------------------- 11
2.4
Front Panel--------------------------------------------------------12
2.5
Rear Panel--------------------------------------------------------16
Chapter 3 : Installation-----------------------------------------------------19
3.1
Installation Data--------------------------------------------------19
3.2
Rack Mounting the UPS or the Delta External Battery
Pack (Optional)--------------------------------------------------20
3.3
Tower Mounting the UPS or the Delta External Battery
Pack (Optional)--------------------------------------------------22
Chapter 4 : Connections--------------------------------------------------25
4.1
Delta External Battery Pack Connection------------------25
4.2
Connecting to Utility Power-----------------------------------27
4.3
Connecting the loads-------------------------------------------27
Chapter 5 : Operation------------------------------------------------------28
5.1
Operation Modes------------------------------------------------28
5.2
Other Operating Details----------------------------------------28
III
5.3
Start-up Procedure----------------------------------------------30
5.4
Shutdown Procedure-------------------------------------------30
5.5
UPS Self Test ----------------------------------------------------31
5.6
Alarm---------------------------------------------------------------31
Chapter 6 : Communication Interfaces-------------------------------32
Chapter 7 : Optional Accessories--------------------------------------34
Chapter 8 : Maintenance--------------------------------------------------35
8.1
UPS-----------------------------------------------------------------35
8.2
Batteries-----------------------------------------------------------35
Chapter 9 : Troubleshooting---------------------------------------------36
Appendix 1 : Specifications----------------------------------------------39
Appendix 2 : Warranty-----------------------------------------------------41
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Chapter 1 : Important Safety Instructions
1.1 Safety Instructions
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Intended Use
1. This unit serves as a line-interactive uninterruptible power supply (UPS) for
connected loads.
2. Never connect a laser printer or scanner to the UPS. This may cause
damage to the unit.
3. The UPS is available in 1kVA, 1.5kVA, 2kVA and 3kVA. Each model has
internal batteries.
4. Only 3kVA model can be connected to a Delta external battery pack
(optional).
5. The UPS can be used to power computers and associated peripheral
devices, such as monitors, modems, cartridge tape drives, external hard
drives, etc.
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Handling
Transport the unit only in suitable packaging to protect it from jolts and shocks.
The UPS must be kept upright at all times and handled with care.
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Placement & Installation Warnings
1. Install the UPS in a well-ventilated area, away from extremes of temperature, excess moisture, heat, dust, flammable gas or explosives.
2. Leave adequate space at least 15cm in front and rear of the UPS for proper
ventilation.
3. Electrical maintenance and service requires access to the front and back of
the UPS. Leave necessary space to allow service personnel to access to
the UPS.
4. The UPS can be installed vertically (tower-mounting) or horizontally (rackmounting) depending on user’s desired arrangement. Please obey the
following:
1) Do not mount the UPS with its front or rear panel facing down at any
angle.
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2) Keep the UPS upright at all times and handle it with care.
3) Do not stack units.
4) Do not place any objects on the UPS, the Delta external battery pack or
any other accessory associated with the UPS.
5) Install the UPS and the Delta external battery pack on a level and even
surface.
6) For tower-mounting installation, ensure that your chosen location’s floor
can bear the weight of the UPS, the Delta external battery pack and
tower stands (optional).
7) For rack-mounting installation, make sure your chosen cabinet can
support the weight of the UPS, the Delta external battery pack and rails
that may be mounted in an associated rack. You also need to take your
chosen location’s floor weight loading into consideration.
8) For rack-mounting installation, do not allow your rack to become ‘top
heavy’. Install the heaviest equipment near the bottom of the rack.
9) Weights for the UPS and the Delta external battery pack are shown in
Appendix 1 : Specifications.
10)Install the UPS in accordance with the conditions specified in 3.1
Installation Data.
5. The ideal operating temperature range is 0°C~40°C.
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General Warnings
1. Electrical shock hazard: even when the UPS is disconnected from the
mains, hazardous voltages may still exist at the output receptacles of the
UPS. Before maintenance, cut off not only the AC source but also the
battery source.
2. Even when all switches and/ or circuit breakers are open, dangerous
voltages are present within this unit.
3. Forbid opening or removing the cover of the UPS to avoid high voltage
electric shock. There are no user-serviceable parts inside.
4. Maintenance service must be performed by qualified service personnel.
Only qualified service personnel can carry out any operation that requires
protection panels to be opened and/or removed.
5. Any repairs or modifications by the user may result in out-of-warranty repair
charges or unsafe electrical conditions.
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6. Do not use extension cords to connect the UPS to an AC outlet.
7. Do not plug the UPS input cord into its own output receptacles.
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Usage Warnings
1. Before usage, you must unpack the UPS and allow it to adjust to room
temperature (20°C~25°C) for at least two hours to avoid moisture
condensing inside the UPS.
2. The external slits and openings in the UPS are provided for ventilation.
To ensure reliable operation of the UPS and to protect the UPS from
overheating, these slits and openings must not be blocked or covered. Do
not insert any object into the slits and openings that may hinder ventilation.
3. Even though all buttons are in the OFF position, the UPS is not isolated from
the mains. To completely isolate the UPS from the mains, please disconnect
the input power cord.
4. This unit supplies power from two sources, the mains and the batteries.
The output receptacles may have voltage present even when the unit is
unplugged. Unplugging the UPS puts it into battery mode and the batteries
supply power to the connected loads.
5. Route all cords well so that nobody can stand on them or trip over them.
6. When connecting the unit to the power supply, follow the instructions stated
in Chapter 4 : Connections.
7. Ensure that no objects (e.g. rings, necklaces, paper clips, etc) get inside the
unit.
8. In an emergency, switch off the unit, disconnect it from the mains and
contact the responsible customer service representative.
9. Do not connect equipment that will overload the UPS and demand DC
current.
10.Do not connect or disconnect data transmission lines during a thunderstorm.
11. The sum of current leakage from the UPS and its connected loads must not
exceed 3.5 mA.
12.The UPS has a REPO (remote emergency power off) port locating on the
rear. Please see 5.2 Other Operating Details for more information.
13.The UPS must be well grounded due to a possible risk of current leakage.
The unit is equipped with a safety-inspected mains line and must be
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connected to an earthing-contact wall socket. If the wall socket does
not have an earthing connection, please ground the UPS via the ground
terminal locating at the rear of the UPS (please see 2.5 Rear Panel).
14.Ensure that the sockets on the unit or the earthing-contact wall socket is
freely accessible.
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Battery Precautions
1. Do not open or mutilate the battery or batteries. The released electrolyte is
harmful to the skin and eyes and may be toxic.
2. Do not dispose of the battery or batteries in a fire. The batteries may
explode.
3. The risk of dangerous high voltage is possible when the batteries are still
connected to the UPS even though the UPS is disconnected from the
mains. Do not forget to pull out the battery cable to completely cut off the
battery source.
4. Voltage is always present on the battery terminals.
5. Even when discharged, a battery has the capacity to supply a high short
circuit current, which, in addition to causing damage to the battery itself and
to associated cables, may expose the operator to the risk of burns.
6. Do not keep batteries in storage for periods exceeding 6 months at 25ºC
without being recharged (having been charged to 100% at the beginning of
any such period). If these conditions are not met, the battery performance
can no longer be guaranteed. It is recommend that you recharge the internal
batteries at least once every 3 months and each recharging time should
not be less than 6 hours. If a Delta external battery pack is connected, the
recharging time should not be less than 12 hours.
7. Since new batteries often do not provide full capacity after an initial charge,
it may be necessary to carry out a number of discharge/recharge cycles
before optimum performance is achieved.
8. Servicing of batteries and battery packs should be performed or supervised
by qualified service personnel knowledgeable in batteries, battery packs and
the required precautions.
9. Only use the same type of batteries from the same supplier. Never use old,
new and different Ah batteries at the same time.
10.A battery can present a risk of electrical shock and high short-circuit current.
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The following precautions should be observed before replacement of
batteries:
1) Remove watches, rings, or other metal objects.
2) Use tools with insulated handles.
3) Wear rubber gloves and boots.
4) Do not lay tools or metal parts on top of batteries.
5) Disconnect charging source prior to connecting or disconnecting battery
terminals.
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Disposal
1. To protect our environment, UPS & batteries must be disposed of in accordance with local laws and regulations.
2. For proper UPS & battery disposal, contact your local recycling/ reuse or
hazardous waste center.
WARNING!
You must contact qualified service personnel if either of the following
events occur:
1. Liquid is poured or splashed on the UPS or on the Delta external
battery pack.
2. The UPS does not run normally after this User Manual is carefully
observed.
1.2 Glossary of Symbols
No.
Symbol
1
2
3
4
Description
ON/ OFF Button
MUTE
TEST
OVERLOAD
FAULT
MUTE/ TEST Button
OVERLOAD LED
FAULT LED
5
No.
Symbol
5
BOOST
6
BUCK
7
ONLINE
8
LOAD
9
BATT.
10
S.W.F.
11
12
REPLACE
BATT.
ON BATT.
13
100%
Description
BOOST LED
BUCK LED
ONLINE LED
LOAD LED
BATT. LED
S.W.F. (Site Wiring Fault) LED
REPLACE BATT. LED
ON BATT. LED
Bar Graph LEDs
75%
50%
25%
1.3 Standard Compliance
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CE
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CB Report (by TUV)
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EN 62040-1
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EMC EN62040-2 C1
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1.4 Storage
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Prior to installation:
If the UPS needs to be stored prior to installation, it should be placed in a dry
area. The allowable storage temperature and relative humidity (non-condensing)
are -15°C ~ +45°C and 0 ~ 95% respectively.
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After usage:
Press the ON/ OFF button ( ), make sure the UPS is shutdown, disconnect the
UPS from the utility power, remove all equipment from the UPS, and store
the UPS in a dry and well-ventilated area at a temperature between -15°C
and +45°C and at a relative humidity (non-condensing) between 0~95%. Idle
batteries must be recharged fully approximately every three months if the UPS
needs to be stored for an extended period of time. The charging time must not
be less than 6 hours each time. If a Delta external battery pack is connected, the
recharging time should not be less than 12 hours.
NOTE : After storage and before start-up of the UPS, you must allow the
UPS to adjust to room temperature (20°C~25°C) for at least two hours to
avoid moisture condensing inside the UPS.
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Chapter 2 : Introduction
2.1 General Overview
The M series UPS, available in 1kVA, 1.5kVA, 2kVA and 3kVA, is a line-interactive
UPS providing sine-wave quality power to your electronic equipment. Each kVA
model has internal batteries, and only 3kVA model can be connected to a Delta
external battery pack. The unit’s output power factor is 0.9 and its efficiency in online
mode (full load) can reach at minimum 97% and 96% for 1/ 1.5kVA and 2/ 3kVA
respectively. It produces greater electric power efficiency at less cost and its compact design is perfect for IT applications.
2.2 Package Inspection
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External
During UPS transportation, some unpredictable situations might occur. It is
recommended that you inspect the UPS exterior packaging. If you notice any
damage, please immediately contact the dealer from whom you purchased the
unit.
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Internal
1. Check the rating label stuck on the top of the UPS and make sure the
device No. and capacity match what you ordered.
2. Examine if any parts are loose or damaged.
3. The UPS package contains the following items. Please check if any items
are missing.
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For 1kVA/ 1.5kVA model:
1
3
2
6
7
4
8
5
×4
×6
9
×4
×8
×8
No.
Item
Quantity
1
UPS
1 PC
2
User’s Manual CD
1 PC
3
Software CD-UPSentry 2012
1 PC
4
Quick Guide
1 PC
5
Bracket Ear
1 Set
6
Output Cable 10A
1 PC
7
Input Cable 10A
1 PC
8
RS232 Cable
1 PC
9
Rail Kit
1 Set
9
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For 2kVA/ 3kVA model:
1
3
2
6
4
7
8
5
×4
×6
9
10
×4
×8
×8
No.
Item
Quantity
1
UPS
1 PC
2
User’s Manual CD
1 PC
3
Software CD-UPSentry 2012
1 PC
4
Quick Guide
1 PC
5
Bracket Ear
1 Set
6
Input Cable 16A
1 PC
7
Output Cable 16A
1 PC
8
Output Cable 10A
1 PC
9
Rail Kit
1 Set
10
RS232 Cable
1 PC
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4. If there is any damage or anything missing, please immediately contact the
dealer from whom you purchased the unit.
5. If the UPS needs to be returned, carefully repack the UPS and all of the
accessories using the original packing material that came with the unit.
2.3 Features
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User-friendly LED indicators
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Output power factor =0.9
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Cold start
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REPO function
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Input breaker protection
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Generator compatible
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Hot swappable internal batteries and Delta external battery pack
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Battery deep discharging protection
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Intelligent monitor software connectivity through RS232 port or USB port
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rovides the following functions via configuration of UPSentry 2012 software
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(included in the provided CD), SNMP card (optional) or ModBus card (optional):
1. Regular self-test
2. History logs for records and analysis
3. Battery remaining time & lock time estimate
4. Real-time power condition monitoring
5. System shutdown control
6. UPS schedule ON/ OFF, 10 sec, and deep discharging test
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2.4 Front Panel
3
4
OVERLOAD
100%
13
75%
1
FAULT
5
BOOST
50%
6
25%
BUCK
7
MUTE
TEST
2
12
ONLINE
LOAD
8
9
BATT.
ON BATT.
S.W.F.
REPLACE
BATT.
10
11
(Figure 2-1 : Front Panel)
No. Symbol Name
1
ON/ OFF
Button
Description
1.When the UPS is OFF, press and hold this ON/ OFF
button and release it when you hear one beep to
turn on the UPS.
2.When the UPS is ON, press and hold this ON/ OFF
button and release it when you hear one beep to
turn off the UPS.
NOTE : If the UPS is first turned on with AC
applied, the unit will perform a 5-second
self-test.
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No. Symbol Name
2
MUTE
TEST
MUTE/
TEST
Button
Description
1.When the UPS is ON and runs in online mode, press
and hold this MUTE/ TEST button and release it
when you hear four beeps to let the UPS perform a
10-second self test.
2.If a buzzer sounds, press this MUTE/ TEST button
and release it immediately after you hear one beep
to silence the buzzer. If you silence the buzzer, the
buzzer will still go off when a new abnormal event
occurs.
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OVERLOAD
4
5
6
7
OVERLOAD 1.LED On : Red .
LED
2.Illuminates when the UPS is overloaded. For more
information about an overload condition, please
refer to 5.2 Other Operating Details.
FAULT
FAULT
LED
1.LED On : Red.
BOOST
BOOST
LED
1.LED On : Yellow.
BUCK
BUCK
LED
1.LED On : Yellow.
ONLINE
LED
1.LED On : Green.
LOAD
LED
1.LED On : Green.
ONLINE
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LOAD
2.Illuminates when the UPS detects an internal fault.
2.Blinks when the UPS is operating in boost mode to
compensate input voltage discrepancy for an under
voltage condition.
2.Blinks when the UPS is operating in buck mode to
compensate input voltage discrepancy for an over
voltage condition.
2.Illuminates when the UPS is on and operating in
AC normal mode. Please note that this LED also
illuminates when the UPS runs in boost/ buck mode.
2.Illuminates to indicate the connected loads’ status.
For occupied rated capacity (%), please check Bar
Graph LEDs.
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No. Symbol Name
9
BATT.
10
11
S.W.F.
REPLACE
BATT.
12
ON BATT.
13
100%
Description
BATT.
LED
1.LED On : Green.
S.W.F.
(Site Wiring
Fault) LED
1.LED On : Red .
REPLACE
BATT.
LED
1.LED On : Red.
ON BATT.
LED
1.LED On : Green.
Bar Graph
LEDs
1.LED On : Green.
2.Illuminates to indicate the battery capacity status.
For battery remaining capacity (%), please check
Bar Graph LEDs.
2.Illuminates when the UPS detects a site-wiring
problem (e.g. phase reversal, grounding missing
and improper grounding). Please note that the left
pin of the UPS’s AC input socket is L phase.
2.Illuminates when the UPS detects a weak battery, a
bad battery or a disconnected battery.
2.Illuminates when the UPS is operating in battery
mode.
75%
2. In online mode, the Bar Graph LEDs illuminate or
flash to indicate the occupied rated capacity (%).
50%
In battery mode, the Bar Graph LEDs illuminate or
flash to indicate the reaming battery capacity.
25%
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Bar Graph LEDs
1.When the total load is 0% of the rated capacity,
no Bar Graph LED will illuminate.
2.When the total load is 0%~25% of the rated
capacity, 25% LED will flash.
3.When the total load is 25%~50% of the rated
capacity, 25% LED will illuminate and 50% LED
will flash.
4.When the total load is 50%~75% of the rated
capacity, 25% LED and 50% LED will illuminate
and 75% LED will flash.
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No. Symbol Name
13
100%
75%
50%
25%
Bar Graph
LEDs
Description
5.When the total load is 75%~100% of the rated
capacity, 25% LED, 50% LED and 75% LED will
illuminate and 100% LED will flash.
6.When the total load is ≧ 100% of the rated capacity,
all Bar Graph LEDs will illuminate. Please refer to
5.2 Other Operating Details for overload information.
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Bar Graph LEDs
1.When the remaining battery capacity is 0%, no
Bar Graph LED will illuminate.
2.When the remaining battery capacity is 0%~25%,
25% LED will flash.
3.When the remaining battery capacity is 25%
~50%, 25% LED will illuminate and 50% LED will
flash.
4.When the remaining battery capacity is 50%~
75%, 25% LED and 50% LED will illuminate and
75% LED will flash.
5.When the remaining battery capacity is 75%
~100%, 25% LED, 50% LED and 75% LED will
illuminate and 100% LED will flash.
6.When the remaining battery capacity is ≧ 100%,
all Bar Graph LED will illuminate.
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2.5 Rear Panel
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1kVA / 1.5kVA
10A
250Vac
1
REPO
AC OUTOUT Imax. 10A
2
SMART SLOT
3
RS232
8
INPUT
BREAKER
9
AC INPUT
4
5
6
7
(Figure 2-2: 1kVA / 1.5kVA Rear Panel)
No. Item
Function
1
REPO Port
Shuts down the UPS completely. Please see 5.2 Other Operating Details for more information.
2
USB Port
Communication interface port. Please see Chapter 6 :
Communication Interfaces for detailed information.
3
RS232 Port
Communication interface port. Please see Chapter 6 :
Communication Interfaces for detailed information.
4
Ground Terminal
For UPS grounding.
5
Fan
Cools and ventilates the UPS.
6
Smart Slot
Accepts SNMP, Relay I/O or ModBus card. Please see
Chapter 6 : Communication Interfaces for detailed
information.
7
Output Outlets
(10A)
Connect to the loads.
8
Input Breaker
Protects the utility power from further damage when
the UPS fails. Please see 5.2 Other Operating Details for detailed information.
9
AC Input (10A)
Connects the UPS to the mains.
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2kVA
20A
250Vac
1
REPO
2
AC OUTOUT Imax. 10A
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SMART SLOT
3
RS232
5
10
AC INPUT
AC OUTPUT Imax. 16A
4
9
INPUT
BREAKER
6
7
8
(Figure 2-3 : 2kVA Rear Panel)
No. Item
Function
1
REPO Port
Shuts down the UPS completely. Please see 5.2 Other Operating Details for more information.
2
USB Port
Communication interface port. Please see Chapter 6 :
Communication Interfaces for detailed information.
3
RS232 Port
Communication interface port. Please see Chapter 6 :
Communication Interfaces for detailed information.
4
Fan
Cools and ventilates the UPS.
5
Smart Slot
Accepts SNMP, Relay I/O or ModBus card. Please see
Chapter 6 : Communication Interfaces for detailed
information.
6
Output Outlet
(16A)
Connects to the loads.
7
Ground Terminal
For UPS grounding.
8
Output Outlets
(10A)
Connect to the loads.
9
Input Breaker
Protects the utility power from further damage when
the UPS fails. Please see 5.2 Other Operating Details for detailed information.
10
AC Input (16A)
Connects the UPS to the mains.
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3kVA
20A
250Vac
1
REPO
10
BATT.
CONNECTOR
2
SMART SLOT
3
AC OUTOUT Imax. 10A
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72V
40A
RS232
5
11
AC INPUT
AC OUTPUT Imax. 16A
4
INPUT
BREAKER
6
7
8
9
(Figure 2-4: 3kVA Rear Panel)
No. Item
Function
1
REPO Port
Shuts down the UPS completely. Please see 5.2 Other Operating Details for more information.
2
USB Port
Communication interface port. Please see Chapter 6 :
Communication Interfaces for detailed information.
3
RS232 Port
Communication interface port. Please see Chapter 6 :
Communication Interfaces for detailed information.
4
Fan
Cools and ventilates the UPS.
5
Smart Slot
Accepts SNMP, Relay I/O or ModBus card. Please see
Chapter 6 : Communication Interfaces for detailed
information.
6
Output Outlet
(16A)
Connects to the loads.
7
Ground Terminal
For UPS grounding.
8
External Battery
Pack Connector
Connects to a Delta external battery pack. Please see
4.1 Delta External Battery Pack Connection for detailed information.
9
Output Outlets
(10A)
Connect to the loads.
10
Input Breaker
Protects the utility power from further damage when
the UPS fails. Please see 5.2 Other Operating Details for detailed information.
11
AC Input (16A)
Connects the UPS to the mains.
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Chapter 3 : Installation
NOTE : 1. Before installation, please read Chapter 1 : Important Safety Instructions
thoroughly.
2. Only 3kVA UPS can be connected to a Delta external battery pack.
3. Only qualified service personnel can perform installation. If you want to
install the UPS and the Delta external battery pack by yourself, installation
must be under the supervision of qualified service personnel.
3.1 Installation Data
No. Item
Specification
1
Installation environment
Indoor only
2
Operating temperature
0°C ~ 40°C
3
Relative humidity (non-condensing)
0%~95%
4
Max. altitude (without de-rating)
3,000 meters above sea level
5
Input power connection
Rear
6
Output power connection
Rear
7
Battery power connection
(Only for 3kVA model)
Rear
8
Air inlet
Front
9
Air outlet
Rear
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3.2 Rack Mounting the UPS or the Delta External
Battery Pack (Optional)
You can rack-mount the UPS and the Delta external battery pack (only
applicable for 3kVA model) in four-post frames. The UPS and the Delta
external battery pack use identical mounting kits and their mounting
procedures are the same.
NOTE : 1. The UPS draws cooling air from its front. If your rack has a door on the
front, make sure that there is sufficient clearance between the UPS vents
and the rack door.
2. It is strongly recommended that at least two people lift the unit for rackmounting. If there is only one person available, we suggest that the UPS’s
internal batteries should be taken out (less weight) before rack-mounting.
After rack-mounting, reinstall the internal batteries.
3. Only use the provided bracket ears and rail kits to perform rack-mounting.
NEVER depend on lower devices to support other devices.
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Rack-mounting procedures
1
Attach the included bracket ears to the lateral mounting holes of the UPS.
See Figure 3-1.
(Figure 3-1 : Mount the Bracket Ears)
2
Adjust the length of the provided rails according to your rack and tighten
the nuts. See Figure 3-2.
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(Figure 3-2 : Adjust the Rails and Tighten the Nuts)
3
Use the provided eight screws and eight washers to attach the rails to your
rack. See Figure 3-3.
(Figure 3-3 : Attach the Rails to Your Rack)
4
Insert the UPS into the rack and tighten the provided four screws. See
Figure 3-4. Please note that there will be extra four screws left after
installation. The four screws are spare parts.
(Figure 3-4 : Insert the UPS into Your Rack)
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3.3 Tower Mounting the UPS or the Delta External
Battery Pack (Optional)
You can mount the UPS or the Delta external battery pack (only applicable
for 3kVA model) in an upright position by following the procedures below.
The UPS and the Delta external battery pack use identical mounting kits and
their mounting procedures are the same. Please note that the package does
not include any tower-mounting kits. If you need to purchase any, please
contact Delta customer service.
NOTE : 1. The tower stand picture shown below is just descriptive.
2. Leave adequate space at least 15cm in front and rear of the UPS for
proper ventilation.
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Tower mounting procedures
1
Remove the four screws from the front plastic panel. See Figure 3-5.
(Figure 3-5 : Remove the Front Plastic Panel)
2
From the back of the front plastic panel, carefully push the backside of the
operation panel until it slides out of the front plastic panel. Please handle
with care to avoid damaging the cable connecting the operation panel and
the UPS's internal connector. See Figure 3-6.
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(P
us
h)
Operation
Panel
Cable
(Figure 3-6 : Push the Backside of the Operation Panel)
3
Rotate the operation panel 90° clockwise 1 and reinstall it back into the front
plastic panel 2 . Replace the front plastic panel and make sure the four
screws are tightly fixed 3 . See Figure 3-7.
2
1 90˚
3
(Figure 3-7: Rotate the Operation Panel (90° Clockwise),
Reinstall It, and Replace the Front Plastic Panel)
4
Assemble the tower stands (optional) by inserting the tenons into the grooves according to the size of the UPS. See Figure 3-8.
(Figure 3-8: Assemble the Tower Stands (Optional))
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5
Carefully lift the UPS upright (at least two people are required) with the
Delta logo shown on the operation panel facing up. See Figure 3-9.
90˚
(Figure 3-9: Place the UPS Upright)
6
Place the UPS inside the tower stands (at least two people are required).
See Figure 3-10.
(Figure 3-10: Place the UPS Inside the Tower Stands (Optional))
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Chapter 4 Connections
Chapter 4 : Connections
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Pre-connection warnings
1. Before connection, please read Chapter 1 : Important Safety Instructions
thoroughly.
2. The UPS is supplied with standard power cords and receptacles suitable
for its use in your area of operation. Only qualified service personnel can
perform installation, wiring, operation and maintenance.
3. Before connecting any input wiring to the UPS, ensure that all circuits being
used are the proper voltage and current required for the UPS. The power
supply to the UPS must be single-phase in accordance with its rating label.
4. Calculate the power consumption of the connected loads to ensure that an
overload condition will not occur.
5. Only 3kVA UPS can be connected to a Delta external battery pack. If you
plan to connect a Delta external battery pack to a 3kVA UPS, please connect
the battery pack to the UPS before UPS connection to the input power.
6. Under EMC regulations, output cables can not be longer than 10 meters
and communication cables can not be longer than 3 meters.
7. Prior to providing any power to the UPS, the UPS must be suitably
grounded. The unit is equipped with a safety-inspected mains line and must
be connected to a wall socket with earthing-contact. If the wall socket does
not have an earthing connection, please ground the UPS via the ground
terminal locating at the rear of the UPS. Please see 2.5 Rear Panel.
4.1 Delta External Battery Pack Connection
NOTE : 1. Please read pre-connection warnings before connection.
2. If a Delta external battery pack needs to be used (only applicable for 3kVA
model), connect the battery pack to the UPS prior to UPS connection to
the input power. Please note that only one Delta external battery pack
can be connected.
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Please see the following figure for the rear view of the Delta external battery pack.
50A
80Vdc
DC BREAKER
ON
OFF
DC
Breaker
Battery
Cable
Delta External
Battery Pack
(Figure 4-1 : Delta External Battery Pack Rear View)
To connect a Delta external battery pack, follow the steps below:
1
Set the battery pack’s DC breaker to the OFF position.
2
Remove the cover of the external battery pack connector locating on the rear
side of the UPS.
3
Connect the battery cable attached to the Delta external battery pack to the
UPS’s battery pack connector. Make sure the battery cable’s iron strip shown
in the figure below is tightly screwed. Please see Figure 4-2.
AC OUTOUT Imax. 10A
UPS
BATT. TOR
CONNEC
72V
40A
20A
250Vac
SMART
72V
40A
AC OUTOUT Imax. 10A
REPO
BATT. CTOR
CONNE
SLOT
INPUT
ER
BREAK
. 16A
PUT Imax
AC OUT
AC INPUT
RS232
REPO
SMART
SLOT
T Imax.
AC OUTPU
16A
RS232
Screw
Iron Strip
Delta External Battery Pack
(Figure 4-2 : Connect the UPS and the Delta External Battery Pack )
4
Set the battery pack’s DC breaker to the ON position.
5
Adjust the battery pack number reported in the UPSentry 2012 software
(included in the provided CD) to be equal to one.
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4.2 Connecting to Utility Power
1. Please read pre-connection warnings before connection.
2. Use the provided input cable to connect the UPS and a wall socket with earthingcontact. If the wall socket does not have an earthing connection, please ground
the UPS via the ground terminal. Please see 2.5 Rear Panel for ground terminal
location.
3. Check whether the S.W.F (Site Wiring Fault) LED illuminates or not. If yes, pull
out the mains plug, turn it and plug it correctly. Please note that the left pin of
the UPS’s AC input socket is L phase. If the S.W.F LED still illuminates, please
contact service personnel.
NOTE : 1. The UPS will charge its internal batteries and the Delta external battery
pack (if the Delta external battery pack is connected and its circuit breaker
is turned on) whenever the UPS is connected to an AC source. There is
an acceptable AC voltage present.
2. It is recommended that you charge the UPS’s batteries for a minimum of 6
hours before use. If you don’t do this, the UPS may be used immediately
but the ‘On-Battery’ runtime may be less than normally expected.
3. If the UPS is going to be out of service or stored for a prolonged period of
time, you must recharge the internal batteries at least 6 hours once every
3 months. If a Delta external battery pack is connected, the recharging
time should not be less than 12 hours.
4. The batteries will immediately begin charging upon availability of the input
power.
4.3 Connecting the loads
1. Please read pre-connection warnings before connection.
2. Calculate power consumption of your loads to ensure that an overload condition
will not happen.
3. 1kVA/ 1.5kVA model has 10A output outlets in the rear. 2kVA/ 3kVA model has
10A output outlets and a 16A output outlet in the rear.
4. The package of 1kVA/ 1.5kVA model has one output cable (10A). The package of
2kVA/ 3kVA model has two output cables (10A & 16A). Please follow your loads
to select proper cables to connect the UPS output outlets with the loads.
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Chapter 5 : Operation
5.1 Operation Modes
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Online Mode
During online mode, the ONLINE LED (green) and the LOAD LED (green) illuminate. If loads are connected to the UPS, the Bar Graph LEDs (green) will
illuminate or flash to indicate the occupied rated capacity (%). For information
about the Bar Graph LEDs, please refer to 2.4 Front Panel. In online mode, the
connected loads are supplied by the utility AC power, and the UPS charges the
batteries as needed and provides power protection to the connected loads from
a variety of power line problems.
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Battery Mode
When the UPS is operating during a power outage, the batteries provide DC
power, which maintains inverter operation to support the loads. During battery
mode, the ON BATT. LED (green) and the BATT. LED (green) illuminate, and
the Bar Graph LEDs (green) illuminate or flash to indicate the reaming battery
capacity. For information about the Bar Graph LEDs, please refer to 2.4 Front
Panel. You can use the UPSentry 2012 software (included in the provided CD),
SNMP card (optional), or ModBus card (optional) to monitor and estimate the
battery remaining capacity before or during an AC power failure. For more information about the SNMP card (optional) or the ModBus card (optional), please
refer to its user manual.
5.2 Other Operating Details
1. Please refer to 2.4 Front Panel, 2.5 Rear Panel and Chapter 6 : Communication Interfaces to understand how to use the UPS interfaces.
2. Cold Start : The UPS is able to start up via battery source when there is no AC
power available.
3. Site Wiring Fault Detection : The unit can detect if input line and input neutral
have been inverted. If yes, the S.W.F LED on the front panel will illuminate (red).
4. Battery Test : The UPS can perform battery test manually upon user request
or automatically. For automatic regular test, please install the UPSentry 2012
software (included in the provided CD), or configure the SNMP card (optional)
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or ModBus card (optional). For manual battery test (only applicable for online
mode), please press and hold the MUTE/ TEST button ( ) and release it when
you hear four beeps to let the UPS perform a 10-second self test.
MUTE
TEST
5. Generator Compatible : The UPS can operate with most of the generators
available in the market.
6. REPO Function : The REPO port on the rear of the UPS allows user to shut
down the UPS when an emergency occurs. Use a RJ11 cable to connect the
REPO port and a user-supplied switch. In online mode or in battery mode, short
pin 4 to pin 5 for approximately 0.5 second to shutdown the UPS.
Pin 6
Pin 1
WARNING! (Figure 5-1 : REPO Port)
Do not connect a telephone line to
this REPO port.
7. Online Mode/ Battery Mode Overload Cut-off : 1) When the UPS is 110% ~125% overloaded either in online mode or in battery
mode, the OVERLOAD LED will illuminate, the alarm will sound constantly,
and the UPS will completely shutdown within 20 seconds.
2) When the UPS is 125% ~150% overloaded either in online mode or in battery
mode, the OVERLOAD LED will illuminate, the alarm will sound constantly,
and the UPS will completely shutdown within 10 seconds.
3) When the UPS is >150% overloaded either in online mode or in battery mode,
the OVERLOAD LED will illuminate, the alarm will sound constantly, and the
UPS will immediately shutdown.
4) To clear an overload warning : zz In
Online Mode :
After auto shutdown, the overload alarm will be off, the OVERLOAD LED
will be still on, and the UPS will work in standby mode. Press the ON/ OFF
button ( ) to let the UPS run in online mode. After that, the OVERLOAD
LED will be off.
zz In
Battery Mode :
After auto shutdown, the overload alarm and the OVERLOAD LED will be
off.
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8. Input Breaker :
1) In Online Mode :
zz When
an over current issue occurs, the input breaker on the rear of the
UPS will automatically activate and the unit will transfer to battery mode.
After the abnormal issue is solved, press this input breaker and the unit will
automatically switch back to online mode (you don’t need to press the ON/
OFF button ( ) to start up the UPS).
zz If
an over current issue occurs, the input breaker on the rear of the UPS
will automatically activate. If there is no battery power, the UPS will automatically shutdown. After the abnormal issue is solved, press the input
breaker and the unit will automatically run in online mode (you don’t need
to press the ON/OFF button ( ) to start up the UPS).
2) In Battery Mode :
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When an over current issue occurs, the input breaker on the rear of the
UPS will automatically activate and the unit will still run in battery mode.
After the abnormal issue is solved, press the input breaker and the unit will
automatically switch back to online mode (you don’t need to press the ON/
OFF button ( ) to start up the UPS).
NOTE: When the input breaker automatically activates, it means
that something wrong with the UPS or its connected loads. It is
highly recommended that you turn off the UPS, remove the input
power cord, and let qualified service personnel carefully inspect the
UPS, its connected loads and the surrounding environments.
5.3 Start-up Procedure
When the UPS is OFF, press and hold the ON/ OFF button ( ) and release it when
you hear one beep to turn on the UPS. If the UPS is first turned on with AC applied,
the unit will perform a 5-second self-test.
5.4 Shutdown Procedure
When the UPS is ON, press and hold the ON/ OFF button ( ) and release it when
you hear one beep to turn off the UPS. Though you have turned off the unit, the
UPS continues charging the batteries whenever it is plugged into a wall outlet and
there is acceptable AC voltage present.
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5.5 UPS Self Test
1. If the UPS is first turned on with AC applied, the unit will perform a 5-second selftest.
2. When the UPS is ON and runs in online mode, press and hold the MUTE/ TEST
button ( ), release it when you hear four beeps and the UPS performs a 10second self test.
MUTE
TEST
3. You can use the UPSentry 2012 software (included in the provided CD), the
SNMP card (optional) or the ModBus card (optional) to let the UPS perform a
10-second self test, a regular test and battery deep discharging.
5.6 Alarm
No. Condition
Alarm
LED
1
Battery
Mode
The audible alarm sounds
once every-ten second.
ON BATT. LED and BATT. LED
illuminate (green).
2
Low
Battery
The audible alarm beeps
twice every-five second.
ON BATT. LED illuminates
(green) and BATT. LED flashes
(green).
3
Battery Missing/
Replacement/
Weak
The audible alarm beeps
three times every-five
minute.*
REPLACE BATT. LED
illuminates (red)
4
Overload
The audible alarm sounds
constantly.
OVERLOAD LED illuminates
(red).
5
Internal Fault
The audible alarm sounds
constantly when the UPS
detects an internal fault.
FAULT LED illuminates (red).
NOTE : * After reconnecting or replacing the batteries, it might take a while
for the UPS to switch off the alarm automatically. If, after a period of time,
the audible alarm still exists, user must initiate a self-test (press and hold the
MUTE/ TEST button ( ) and release it after you hear four beeps) to clear the
alarm.
MUTE
TEST
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Chapter 6 : Communication Interfaces
NOTE : The UPS can still function properly without making the connections
below.
The M series UPS’s communication interfaces include an RS232 port, a USB port
and a smart slot. Please refer to 2.5 Rear Panel for their locations. You can use
all of the communication interfaces at the same time and it won’t influence each
interface’s function.
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RS232 Port
You can use the provided RS232 cable to connect
the UPS with a computer and use the included CD
to install the UPSentry 2012 software to record UPS
power events, set up alarms, and shut down the UPS
safely in a network environment. The pin assignment
of this RS232 port is defined as follows.
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
(Figure 6-1 : RS232 Port)
Pin
RS232 Pin Assignment Description
2
UPS TXD (Typical RS232 level)
3
UPS RXD (Typical RS232 level)
5
GND
Communication setting for RS232 port
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Baud Rate
2400
Data Length
8 bits
Stop Bit
1 bit
Parity
None
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Chapter 6 Communication Interfaces
RS232 Other Pin Applications : Alarm Signal & Remote Shutdown
Condition
Pin
Action
Battery Low 1
The signal activates when the battery capacity is below
the pre-alarm threshold.
AC Fail
9
The signal activates when the mains voltage at the UPS
input is not present or the mains voltage is out of the
tolerance range. The signal will be off following mains
restoration.
Sum Alarm
8
The signal activates when an internal fault is detected.
3&6
Remote shutdown is ONLY applicable to battery
mode. For remote shutdown, short Pin 3 and Pin 6 for
approximate 5 seconds, and then the UPS will shutdown
after 60 seconds.
Remote
Shutdown
NOTE : Other pins are reserved and cannot be used.
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USB Port
Besides RS232 port, the UPS also provides another channel, USB port, for
user to monitor the UPS status via a computer. Simply plug a USB cable (not
provided) into the UPS and your computer, install the UPSentry 2012 software
(included in the provided CD), and follow the prompts on your screen to
complete the software installation.
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Smart Slot
You can choose optional cards to monitor the UPS or to enhance the UPS function. The list of optional cards is shown in the table below.
Optional Card
Function
SNMP Card
(IPv4 or IPv6)
Helps you remotely monitor and control the status of
the UPS via a network system.
Relay I/O Card
Increases the quantity of dry contacts.
ModBus Card
Lets the UPS have ModBus communication.
NOTE : For more detailed information about optional cards, please contact service personnel. If you need to purchase any optional card, please
contact your local dealer or customer service.
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Chapter 7 : Optional Accessories
There are several optional accessories available for this M series UPS. Please refer
to the table below for the optional accessories and their functions.
No. Item
Function
1
Tower Stands
Sustain the UPS vertically.
2
Delta External
Battery Pack
Provides external batteries that let the UPS supply power
to the loads connected when a power failure occurs.
3
EnviroProbe
Monitors temperature, humidity and other conditions in a
room environment.
NOTE : The EnvioProbe should work with either
an SNMP card or an EMS2000.
4
SNMP Card
(IPv4 or IPv6)
Monitors and controls the status of the UPS via a network
system.
5
Relay I/O Card
Increases the quantity of dry contacts.
6
ModBus Card
Lets the UPS have ModBus communication function.
NOTE : 1. For detailed installation and operation of any accessory mentioned above,
please refer to the Quick Guide, User Guide, or Installation & Operation
Guide included in the package of the relevant optional accessory.
2. If you want to buy any accessory mentioned above, please contact your
local dealer or customer service.
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Chapter 8 Maintenance
Chapter 8 : Maintenance
8.1 UPS
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UPS Cleaning
Regularly clean the UPS, especially the slits and openings, to ensure that the
air freely flows into the UPS to avoid overheating. If necessary, use an air-gun
to clean the slits and openings to prevent any object from blocking or covering
these areas.
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UPS Regular Inspection
Regularly check the UPS every half year and inspect:
1. Whether the UPS, LEDs, and alarm function are operating normally.
2. Whether battery voltage is normal. If battery voltage is too high or too low,
find the root cause.
8.2 Batteries
The M series UPS uses sealed lead-acid batteries. Though the typical battery life
cycle is 3 years, the battery life depends on the temperature, the usage, and the
charging/ discharging frequency. High temperature environments and high charging/
discharging frequency will quickly shorten the battery life. The UPS does not require
maintenance by the user; however, the batteries should be checked periodically.
Please follow the suggestions below to ensure a normal battery lifetime.
zz
Keep usage temperature at 25°C.
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When the UPS needs to be stored for an extended period of time, the batteries
must be recharged once every three months and the charging time must not be
less than 6 hours each time. If a Delta external battery pack is connected, the
charging time should not be less than 12 hours.
NOTE: If the UPS's internal batteries need to be replaced, please contact qualified service personnel. During battery replacement, the loads
attached to the UPS will not be protected if input power fails.
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Chapter 9 : Troubleshooting
1. When a problem occur, please check if the following situations exist before
contacting Delta service personnel:
zz Is
the mains voltage present at the UPS input?
zz Is
the input breaker tripped?
2. Please have the following information ready if you would like to contact the Delta
service personnel:
zz Unit
information including model, serial number, etc.
zz An
exact description of the problem. The more detailed description of the
problem, the better.
3. When you see the following problems occur, please follow the solutions shown
below.
NO. Problem
Possible Cause
Solution
No LED
illuminates /
No alarm
goes off.
The ON/ OFF
button ( ) is not
turned on.
Press and hold the ON/ OFF button
( ) and release it when you hear
one beep to turn on the UPS.
The mains voltage
is not present.
Please contact qualified electrician
to inspect the status of the mains.
2
The UPS is
not turned on.
The ON/ OFF
button ( ) is not
turned on.
Press and hold the ON/ OFF button
( ) and release it when you hear
one beep to turn on the UPS.
3
The UPS
runs in battery
mode even
when the AC
source is
normal.
The input breaker is
tripped.
Press the input breaker to reset it.
If the input breaker trips again after
the UPS starts up, contact service
personnel.
The input power
cord is not firmly
connected.
Connect the input power cord firmly.
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Chapter 9 Troubleshooting
NO. Problem
Possible Cause
Solution
4
FAULT LED
illuminates
An internal fault has
been detected.
Contact service personnel.
5
S.W.F LED
illuminates
1.Phase reversal
on input power
has been
detected.
1.Pull out the input cable, turn it and
plug it correctly. Please note that
the left pin of the UPS’s AC input
socket is L phase.
2.Something wrong
with your building
wiring (e.g. reversed polarity).
2.Contact a qualified electrician to
check your building wiring.
6
ONLINE LED
illuminates but
there is no
output
The output cable
is not firmly connected.
Connect the output cable firmly. If
the problem still exists, please contact service personnel.
7
REPLACE
BATT. LED
illuminates
Weak batteries, bad
batteries or poor
battery connections.
Charge the batteries for 6 hours,
replace the batteries or check the
battery connections.
8
The UPS is overloOVERLOAD
aded.
LED illuminates & buzzer
beeps constantly
9
In battery
mode, the
UPS does
not provide
expected
runtime.
1.Decrease some loads.
2.Refer to 5.2 Other Operating
Details to clear an overload warning.
The batteries might
be weak or the
lifetime is due.
Charge the batteries for 6 hours
and retest the runtime. If the runtime is still less than expected after
charging, replace the batteries
even if the REPLACE BATT. LED
doesn’t illuminate.
The Delta external battery pack’s
DC breaker is not
turned on.
If a Delta external battery pack is
used, check if the DC breaker is
turned on.
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NO. Problem
Possible Cause
Solution
Wrong connection
10 No communication between cable is used.
the UPS and
The connection
your PC
cable is not firmly
connected.
Check whether the connection
cable is correct or not.
You PC’s interface
is being used by
another process or
is defective.
Check if there is other software or
service accessing the interface on
your PC, or try to select a different
serial interface.
There is interference on the connection cable.
1.Lay the cable differently or
reconnect the cable.
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Connect the communication cable
firmly.
2.Check if any high current cables nearby. If yes, route the
connection cable away from the
high current cables.
Appendix 1 Specifications
Appendix 1 : Specifications
Model
Capacity
Power Rating
Nominal Voltage
Input
M-1K
M-1.5K
M-2K
M-3K
1 kVA/
0.9 kW
1.5 kVA/
1.35 kW
2 kVA/
1.8 kW
3 kVA/
2.7 kW
220, 230, 240 Vac (Single Phase)
220 Vac : 180 Vac ~ 266 Vac
230 Vac : 188 Vac ~ 278 Vac
240 Vac : 196 Vac ~ 290 Vac
Voltage Range
AVR
Frequency Range
Voltage
One boost and one buck
50/60 Hz (± 5 Hz) Auto selectable
220, 230 (Default), 240 Vac (Single Phase)
Voltage Regulation
± 10%
Power Factor
0.9
Frequency
Output
Overload
(Online mode &
battery mode)
Efficiency
(Online mode)
50/60 Hz (± 0.1 Hz)
111% ~ 125% : Shutdown after 20 sec.
126 ~ 150% : Shutdown after 10 sec.
> 150% : Shutdown immediately
> 97%
> 97%
Efficiency
(AVR mode)
Internal
Batteries
Nominal Voltage
Type
Internal
Batteries
Back-up Time
Interface
Standard
> 96%
> 96%
> 93%
36 Vdc
36 Vdc
72 Vdc
72 Vdc
7 Ah
9 Ah
7 Ah
9 Ah
≧ 4 minutes (full load)
≧ 10 minutes (half load)
Charging Capacity
6 hours to 90%
RS232, USB, Smart Slot, REPO
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Model
M-1K
Relative Humidity
Environment
M-1.5K
0 ~ 40°C
< 45 dBA
< 45 dBA
Display
Dimensions
(W × D × H )
Weight
Physical
Input Connector
Output Connector
M-3K
0 ~ 95% (non-condensing)
Operating
Temperature
Noise_1 meter
M-2K
< 60 dBA
< 60 dBA
LEDs
440 × 429.4 × 88.5 mm 440 × 608 × 88.5 mm
18.5 kg
19.2 kg
33 kg
34.7 kg
IEC-320-C14
(Q’ty : 1 PC)
IEC-320-C20
(Q’ty : 1 PC)
IEC-320-C13
(Q’ty : 2×4 PCS)
IEC-320-C13
(Q’ty : 2×4 PCS)
IEC-320-C19
(Q’ty : 1 PC)
zzCE
Standard
Compliance
Certification
zzCB
Report (by TUV)
zzEN
62040-1
zzEMC
EN62040-2 C1
Delta External Battery Pack (Optional and Only Applicable for 3 kVA Model)
Dimensions (W × D × H )
440 × 429.4 × 88.5 mm
Weight
23.3 kg
Nominal Voltage
72 Vdc
Type
9 Ah
NOTE : 1. Refer to the rating label for the safety rating.
2. All specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
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Appendix 2 Warranty
Appendix 2 : Warranty
Seller warrants this product, if used in accordance with all applicable instructions,
to be free from original defects in material and workmanship within the warranty
period. If the product has any failure problem within the warranty period, Seller will
repair or replace the product at its sole discretion according to the failure situation.
This warranty does not apply to normal wear or to damage resulting from improper
installation, operation, usage, maintenance or irresistible force (i.e. war, fire,
natural disaster, etc.), and this warranty also expressly excludes all incidental and
consequential damages.
Maintenance service for a fee is provided for any damage out of the warranty
period. If any maintenance is required, please directly contact the supplier or Seller.
WARNING!
The individual user should take care to determine prior to use whether the
environment and the load characteristic are suitable, adequate or safe for
the installation and the usage of this product. The User Manual must be
carefully followed. Seller makes no representation or warranty as to the
suitability or fitness of this product for any specific application.
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