AEG KF 5 Series Operating instructions

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Protect B.PRO
Protect B. 750 PRO
Protect B.1000 (BP) PRO
Protect B.1400 PRO
Protect B.1800 (BP) PRO
Protect B.2300 PRO
Protect B.3000 (BP) PRO
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Thank you for purchasing the Protect B. PRO UPS from
AEG Power Solutions.
The following safety precautions are an important part of
these operating instructions. They are designed to help you
avoid problems caused by operating errors and to protect
you against any possible hazards. Please read these
instructions carefully before using the product for the first
time!
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Notes on these Operating Instructions
Duty to provide information
These operating instructions are designed to help you properly
and safely install and operate the following Uninterruptible
Power Supply (UPS) systems: the Protect B.750 PRO,
Protect B.1000 PRO, Protect B.1400 PRO, Protect B.1800 PRO,
Protect B.2300 PRO or Protect B. 3000 PRO as well as the
corresponding external battery units Protect B.1000 BP PRO,
Protect B.1800 BP PRO and Protect B.3000 BP PRO, hereinafter
collectively referred to as PROTECT B. PRO. This operating
instructions contain important information on avoiding hazards.
Make sure that you read through these instructions
carefully before attempting to install or operate this
device!
These operating instructions are part of the Protect B. PRO.
The operator of this device is required to make these operating
instructions openly available to any persons who transport, install
or service the Protect B. PRO or perform any other work on this
device.
Validity
These operating instructions comply with the current technical
specifications of the Protect B. PRO at the time of publication.
The contents do not constitute a contract and are for information
purposes only.
Warranty and liability
We reserve the right to make any changes to the information in
this operating manual, with respect to the specifications and the
operating instructions in particular, at any time.
Any goods delivered that you want to return must be returned
within eight days after the receipt of those goods, along with the
packing slip. Later claims cannot be honored.
Any damages incurred due to non-observance of these
instructions (including any damage to the warranty seal)
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invalidate any warranty claims. AEG accepts no liability for
consequential damages. AEG will rescind all obligations, such as
warranty agreements, service contracts, etc., without prior notice
in the event that any spare parts other than original AEG spare
parts or those purchased by AEG are used for maintenance and
repair.
Handling
The Protect B. PRO is designed so that all of the steps that need
to be taken for its installation and operation can be done without
having to open the device. Any maintenance or repairs are to be
performed by qualified technicians only.
Illustrations are included to make certain steps more clear and
easier to understand.
If there is any potential danger to personnel and equipment while
performing certain work, these activities are accompanied by
pictograms, whose meanings are explained in the safety
instructions in Chapter 3.
Hotline
Should you still have any questions after reading this operating
manual, please contact your retailer or our hotline:
Tel:
+49 (0)180 5 234 787
Fax:
+49 (0)180 5 234 789
Internet: www.aegps.com
Copyright
Any forwarding, reproduction and/or storage using electronic or
mechanic means of these operating instructions, even in part,
requires the express prior written consent of AEG.
© Copyright AEG 2012. All rights reserved.
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Table of Contents
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Notes on these Operating Instructions ................................. 4
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General Information ............................................................ 8
2.1
Brief overview .............................................................. 8
2.2
System description ....................................................... 9
2.3
Technical data ............................................................ 11
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Safety Regulations ............................................................ 16
3.1
General safety precautions ........................................ 16
3.2
Safety precautions for Protect B. PRO ...................... 16
3.3
CE certificate .............................................................. 20
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Installation ......................................................................... 21
4.1
Unpacking and checking ............................................ 21
4.2
Set-up location ........................................................... 22
4.3
Installation .................................................................. 23
4.3.1
Installation in a 19" rack ...................................... 23
4.3.2
Set-up as an upright device ( tower ) ................ 24
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Overview: Connections, Controls and Display Components 25
5.1
Front view .................................................................. 25
5.2
Rear view ( connections ) ......................................... 26
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Electrical Connection ........................................................ 28
6.1
Internal battery contact connection ............................ 28
6.2
External battery unit contact connection .................... 29
6.3
Mains connection ....................................................... 30
6.4
Electrical load connection .......................................... 30
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Operation and Control ....................................................... 31
7.1
Initial commissioning .................................................. 31
7.1.1
Switching on the UPS ......................................... 31
7.1.2
Switching off the UPS ......................................... 32
7.2
Operator panel ........................................................... 33
7.2.1
Overview ............................................................. 33
7.2.2
Operating buttons ( navigation ) ........................ 33
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7.2.3
Indicators ( LED indicators ) .............................
7.2.4
Liquid crystal display ..........................................
7.2.5
Abbreviation index .............................................
7.2.6
Audible signals ...................................................
7.3
UPS operating states ................................................
7.4
UPS settings .............................................................
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Interfaces and Communication ........................................
8.1
Computer interfaces RS232 and USB ......................
8.2
Communication slot ..................................................
8.3
Shutdown and UPS management software ..............
8.4
Emergency Power Off ( EPO ) .................................
8.5
Overvoltage/data cable protection ............................
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Troubleshooting ...............................................................
9.1
Malfunctions ..............................................................
9.1.1
Reference fault code table .................................
9.1.2
Alarm messages / warnings ...............................
9.1.3
Fault indications / solution approaches ..............
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10 Service .............................................................................
10.1 Charging the battery .................................................
10.2 Regular checks .........................................................
10.2.1 Visual check .......................................................
10.2.2 Battery check .....................................................
10.2.3 Fan check ..........................................................
10.3 Battery replacement ..................................................
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11 Storage, Removal and Disposal ......................................
11.1 Storage ......................................................................
11.2 Removal ....................................................................
11.3 Disposal ....................................................................
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12 Appendix ..........................................................................
12.1 Glossary ( technical terms ) .....................................
12.2 Index .........................................................................
12.3 Notes .........................................................................
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General Information
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The Protect B.PRO is an Uninterruptible Power Supply
(UPS) for important electrical loads such as personal
computers, workstations, servers, network components, telecommunication equipment and similar
electrical loads.
The Protect B. PRO series is a compact, interactive, sinusoidaltype UPS available with output power ratings of 750, 1000, 1400,
1800, 2300 and 3000 VA.
The UPS was designed for either horizontal / lying operation
(rack / 19" with 2 U), or vertical/upright operation (tower).
2.1
Brief overview
The front of the UPS features the liquid crystal display and four
push buttons, enabling easy configuration, monitoring and
control and which display the AC mains status, information on
mains faults and the output status of the UPS. Two bar displays
for load and battery capacity indication, various status displays
(including mains / battery mode, for example) and for alarm
activation in case of mains failure, overload, output-side shortcircuit, discharged battery or a faulty battery system provide
considerable insight into the current operating situation.
Numerous measured values which can be shown on the display
of the UPS regarding the input / output, the battery and the
connected load provide further detailed information if needed.
Precise display of the remaining operating time based on the
current connected load facilitates controlled shutdown in battery
mode.
The back of the Protect B. PRO features the mains connections,
communication interfaces and connections for data cable
overvoltage protection. Manageable output sockets make
targeted load segmentation possible. Important UPS data are
monitored continuously and transferred to the computer using
the USB or RS232 interface and the CompuWatch software.
With the optional SNMP adapter, remote monitoring via an
SNMP connection and multiserver shutdowns are possible.
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Features of Protect B. PRO:
• VI (line-interactive) protection technology
with sinusoidal output voltage
• Microprocessor control for high reliability
and optimum control behaviour
• Overload, short-circuit proof
• Operator-friendly LCD (liquid crystal display) for easier
readability / configuration
• State-of-the-art battery management with temperaturecompensated charging characteristics and integrated
protection against deep discharging and overcharging
• Maintenance-free, sealed lead-acid battery system,
hot-swappable
• Emergency Power Off contact for the immediate electronic
switch-off of connected electrical loads
• Separate, manageable output circuit with IEC sockets for
load segmentation
• Intelligent monitoring system with USB and RS232 interfaces; expansion slot for expansion cards, e.g. SNMP, can
be used at the same time
• CompuWatch software for shutdown, status indications and
measured values for all common operating systems
(Windows, Mac, Linux etc.)
• Compact construction / versatile in use thanks to its combination tower / rack design with rotating liquid crystal display
2.2
System description
The UPS is connected to a safety socket between the public
mains and the electrical loads to be protected. During normal
operating conditions when the Protect B. PRO is being supplied
with mains voltage, the battery charge rectifier keeps the battery
fully charged.
Electrical loads connected to the Protect B. PRO are supplied
with power via mains filters in this operating condition. These
filters provide effective protection against mains overvoltage
spikes and high-frequency interference.
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Under continuous mains undervoltage or overvoltage within
defined ranges, the automatic voltage regulation (AVR) provides
additional stabilisation of the electrical load voltage. Voltage
fluctuations of the public mains are thus damped to a level
acceptable for the electrical loads. This occurs without accessing
the internal power reserves, which in turn has a positive effect on
battery availability.
Mains
filter
AVR
Switch
device
Mains
~
Load
~
Inverter
Rectifier
Battery
Block diagram of UPS Protect B. PRO
If a mains failure occurs, the switch device is activated. At this
point, the inverter takes over the supply of power to the
connected electrical loads to avoid the risk of data loss or
electrical load damage. The Protect B. PRO continues to provide
power until the battery is discharged or until your IT system is
properly shut down and switched off.
This autonomy time is largely dependent on the connected
electrical load value. When the mains supply exhibits normal
values again, the UPS switches the electrical load back to the
mains. The battery charge rectifier then recharges the battery.
If a mains failure occurs, the mains input into the device is disconnected via both poles for safety reasons (VDE, German
Association
for
Electrical,
Electronic
&
Information
Technologies). This securely prevents feeding back into the
mains and live voltage on the poles of the power plug.
Additional measures also ensure effective protection of the
data/network interface.
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2.3
Technical data
Type rating
Protect B. 750 PRO
750 VA (cos ϕ = 0.9 lag.)
675 W
Protect B. 1000 PRO
1000 VA (cos ϕ = 0.9 lag.)
900 W
Protect B. 1400 PRO
1400 VA (cos ϕ = 0.9 lag.)
1260 W
Protect B. 1800 PRO
1800 VA (cos ϕ = 0.9 lag.)
1620 W
Protect B. 2300 PRO
2300 VA (cos ϕ = 0.9 lag.)
2070 W
Protect B. 3000 PRO
3000 VA (cos ϕ = 0.9 lag.)
2700 W
UPS input
1ph~/N/PE
Rated supply voltage
220 / 230 / 240 Vac
Voltage range without battery
±20%
Frequency (automatic detection) 50 /60 Hz ± 5 Hz
Current consumption at 230 Vac, full load and battery charge (max.)
4.0 A
Protect B. 750 PRO
5.4 A
Protect B. 1000 PRO
7.5 A
Protect B. 1400 PRO
9.7 A
Protect B. 1800 PRO
12.4 A
Protect B. 2300 PRO
16.1 A
Protect B. 3000 PRO
Connection
Plug acc. to IEC 320
UPS output
Rated output voltage
(in ECO & AVR range)
220 / 230 / 240 Vac ± 10%
208 Vac with 20%
power reduction
Rated output voltage
tolerance in battery mode
Frequency in battery mode
±3%
50/60 Hz ± 1 Hz
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Rated output current (at 230 Vac)
3.2 A
Protect B. 750 PRO
4.3 A
Protect B. 1000 PRO
6.1 A
Protect B. 1400 PRO
7.8 A
Protect B. 1800 PRO
10.0 A
Protect B. 2300 PRO
13.0 A
Protect B. 3000 PRO
Power factor range
0.8 lag. to 0.9 cap.
with full power output
10% power reduction in the
range of 0.5 lag. to 0.8 lag.
Transfer time in case of mains failure 2- 6 ms (typical), 8 ms max.
Voltage waveform
Sinusoidal, distortion
< 5% THD (linear load)
< 10% THD (non-linear load)
Connection
sockets acc. to IEC 320
Overload capacity in mains mode ≤ 120% for 5 min
> 120% – ≤ 150% for 10 s
> 150% for 1 s
in battery mode ≤ 110% for 1 min
> 110% – ≤ 150% for 10 s
> 150% – ≤ 200% for 500 ms
> 200% for 150 ms
Battery
Coupled
battery
modules
Autonomy times (rated load, cos ϕ = 0.9 lag.)
with 100% charged battery and at 25 °C
750 VA
1000 VA 1400 VA 1800 VA 2300 VA 3000 VA
with integrated
battery system
3.5 min.
3.5 min.
with 1 ancillary
battery unit
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14 min.
5 min.
4.5 min.
3.5 min.
4 min.
- - - 17.5 min.
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15 min.
Temperature-dependent
charging voltage
Yes
Deep discharge protection /
Protection against overcharging
Yes
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Rated direct current (intermediate circuit)
24 V
Protect B. 750 PRO
24 V
Protect B. 1000 PRO
48 V
Protect B. 1400 PRO
48 V
Protect B. 1800 PRO
72 V
Protect B. 2300 PRO
72 V
Protect B. 3000 PRO
Trickle charge voltage
2.28 Vdc/cell (25 °C preset)
Reduction 0.3Vdc/cell at >35°C)
Battery charge current
1.2 Adc max.
Battery type
Sealed lead-acid battery (VRLA)
branded product
Protect B. 750 PRO
Protect B. 1000 PRO
Protect B. 1000 BP PRO
Protect B. 1400 PRO
Protect B. 1800 PRO
Protect B. 1800 BP PRO
Protect B. 2300 PRO
Protect B. 3000 PRO
Protect B. 3000 BP PRO
2 blocks of 12 V 7 Ah each
2 blocks of 12 V 8.5 Ah each
2 banks / 2 blocks of 12V 8.5Ah each
4 blocks of 12 V 7 Ah each
4 blocks of 12 V 8.5 Ah each
2 banks / 4 blocks of 12V 8.5Ah each
6 blocks of 12 V 7 Ah each
6 blocks of 12 V 8.5 Ah each
2 banks / 6 blocks of 12V 8.5Ah each
Recharge times
~ 8h to 90% with internal battery
~ 24h to 90% with battery expansion
Communication
Interfaces
Remote switch-off contact
Shutdown software on CD
RS232 (SUB-D (9-pole)), USB
Additionally: Communication slot
for expansions (e.g. relay card /
SNMP mini etc.)
Floating (NC contact)
"CompuWatch" for all common
operating systems, e.g. Windows,
Linux, Mac, Unix, Novell, Sun
General data
Classification
VI SS 211 acc. to IEC 62040- 3
Line-interactive technology
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Efficiency
with a 50-100% load
(ECO / AVR / battery mode)
B. 750 PRO
B. 1000 PRO
B. 1400 PRO
B. 1800 PRO
B. 2300 PRO
B. 3000 PRO
> 97% / > 90% / > 83%
> 97% / > 90% / > 83%
> 97% / > 90% / > 85%
> 97% / > 90% / > 85%
> 97% / > 90% / > 87%
> 97% / > 90% / > 87%
Inherent noise (at 1m distance)
≤ 40 dB(A) in mains mode (ECO)
Protect B.750 - B.3000
and load < 70%
≤ 45 dB(A) in mains mode and
Protect B.750 - B.1800
≤ 55 dB(A) load > 70%
Protect B.2300 - B.3000
≤ 45 dB(A)
Protect B.750 - B.1000
≤ 55 dB(A) in battery mode
Protect B.1400 - B.3000
Cooling type
External cooling via variablespeed fan
Operating temperature range 0 °C to +40 °C
Recommended: +15 °C to +25 °C
(depends on battery system)
Storage temperature range
-20 °C to +50 °C
Humidity
≤ 90% (without condensation)
Set-up altitude
Up to 1,000 m at rated power
Up to 2,000 m with 10% power
Up to 3,000 m with 20% reduct.
Max. transport altitude: 10,000 m
Connections
Mains connection
IEC320 C14 (B.750-B.1800)
IEC320 C20 (B.2300-B.3000)
Electrical load connections
4 x IEC320 C13 (UPS-direct)
Protect B.750 - B.1800
4 x IEC320 C13 (manageable)
3 x IEC320 C13 (UPS-direct)
Protect B.2300 - B.3000
1 x IEC320 C19 (UPS-direct)
3 x IEC320 C13 (manageable)
Display
Liquid crystal display
Additional 3 LEDs for operating display
Housing colour
Blackline, silver front
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Weight (net/gross)
14.6 kg / 18.0 kg
Protect B. 750 PRO
15.1 kg / 18.5 kg
Protect B. 1000 PRO
15.9 kg / 19.1 kg
Protect B. 1000 BP PRO
23.8 kg / 27.3 kg
Protect B. 1400 PRO
24.9 kg / 28.4 kg
Protect B. 1800 PRO
26.4 kg / 29.6 kg
Protect B. 1800 BP PRO
29.0 kg / 33.4 kg
Protect B. 2300 PRO
29.5 kg / 33.9 kg
Protect B. 3000 PRO
38.8 kg / 42.0 kg
Protect B. 3000 BP PRO
Dimensions (W x D x H – net)
(Specifications include front panel from horizontal viewpoint)
445 mm x 420 mm x 88 mm
B. 750 PRO / B.1000 (BP) PRO
445 mm x 520 mm x 88 mm
B. 1400 PRO / B.1800 (BP) PRO
B. 2300 PRO / B. 3000 (BP) PRO 445 mm x 640 mm x 88 mm
Together with the mounting brackets, a standardized rack installation
dimension of 19" = 482.6 mm in exhibited. Height of the drawer: 2 U.
Dimensions (W x D x H – gross (incl. packing materials))
606 mm x 505 mm x 245 mm
B. 750 PRO / B.1000 (BP) PRO
B. 1400 PRO / B.1800 (BP) PRO 706 mm x 572 mm x 245 mm
B. 2300 PRO / B. 3000 (BP) PRO 765 mm x 607 mm x 245 mm
Guidelines
The Protect B. PRO complies with product standard EN 62040.
The CE mark on the device confirms compliance with EC LowVoltage Directive 2006/95/EC and EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
for electromagnetic compatibility if the installation instructions in
the operating instructions are followed.
For 2006/95/EC Low-Voltage Directive
Reference no.
EN 62040-1-1: 2003
For 2004/108/EC EMC Directive
Reference no.
EN 62040-2: 2006
EN 61000-3-2: 2006 + A1: 2009 + A2: 2009
EN 61000-3-3: 2008
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WARNING:
This is a category C2- UPS product. In a domestic
environment, this product may cause radio
interference, in which case the user may be
required to take additional measures.
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Safety Regulations
3.1
General safety precautions
Read these operating instructions before commissioning the
USV Protect B. PRO for the first time and comply with the safety
precautions!
The device may only be used in technically fault-free condition,
as intended and in a safety-conscious manner in compliance
with the operating instructions! Eliminate malfunctions
immediately if they could potentially compromise safety.
The following pictograms for danger and important information
are used in these instructions:
Danger!
In case of danger to life and limb of the operator.
Attention!
In case of risk of injury or danger to the device and
device parts.
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3.2
Information!
Useful and important information on the operation
of the UPS.
Safety precautions for Protect B. PRO
This chapter contains important instructions for the UPS
Protect B. PRO which must be followed during installation,
operation and servicing of the uninterruptible power supply and
the batteries.
The UPS is energised with voltage which is
potentially dangerous. The device may only be
opened by trained professional personnel. Repairs may only be made by qualified customer service employees!
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The output can be energised even if the UPS is not
connected to the mains supply, as the UPS has its
own internal power supply (battery)!
For reasons of personal protection, the device must
be properly earthed!
The Protect B. PRO may only be connected to 220 / 230 / 240 V
AC mains with protective earthing with a VDE-tested mains
connection cable with protective earthing conductor (included in
the scope of supply).
Risk of burns!
The battery exhibits high short-circuit currents.
Incorrect connection or errors made while
disconnecting can cause the melting of plug
connections, flying sparks and severe burns!
The device is equipped with a warning signal that is
emitted if the battery power of the Protect B. PRO
has run out or if the UPS is not operating in its
normal condition.
For continuous operating safety and safe working
with the UPS, heed the following safety precautions:
• Do not take the UPS apart!
(The UPS does not contain any parts which require regular
servicing. If you open the device, the warranty will become
null and void!)
• Do not set up the device in direct sunlight or near heat
sources!
• The device was intended to be set up in heated indoor
rooms. Do not set up the UPS near water or in overly humid
environments!
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• If the UPS is brought from a cold environment into the room
where it will be set up, condensation may occur. In such
cases, allow the device to acclimatise for at least 2 hours.
The UPS must be completely dry before it may be
commissioned.
• Never connect the mains input and UPS output to one another!
• Ensure that liquids or foreign bodies do not end up in the
UPS!
• Do not block the ventilation openings of the device! Ensure
that children do not insert objects into the ventilation
openings!
• Do not connect household appliances, such as hair dryers,
to the UPS! Also use caution when operating with loads
involving motors. Feeding back into the inverter, e.g. due to
brief generator operation of the load, must absolutely be
avoided.
• The mains connection should be located near the device and
easily accessible so as to make disconnection of the AC input
or of the plug easier!
• Do not unplug the mains connection cable from the UPS or
the building installation socket (safety socket) during
operation, as the protective earthing of the UPS and all
connected electrical loads will be nullified.
Risk of electric shock!
The components inside the UPS are still
connected to the battery even after the mains
voltage is disconnected and can therefore cause
electric shocks. For this reason, the battery circuit
must absolutely be broken before service or
maintenance work may be carried out!
Battery replacement and service must be carried
out, or at least monitored, by a professional who
has experience with batteries and the required
precautionary measures!
Keep unauthorised persons away from the
batteries!
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When replacing the batteries, heed the following:
Use only identical, maintenance-free, closed lead batteries with
the same specifications as the original batteries. Pre-wired
replacement battery kits which are ready for connection are
available at your specialist dealer.
Risk of explosion!
Do not throw batteries into an open fire. Do not
open or damage batteries (released electrolyte
can damage skin and eyes and can be poisonous!)
Batteries can cause electric shocks and exhibit high
short-circuit currents.
For this reason, implement the following precautionary measures
when working with batteries:
• Remove watches, rings and any other metal objects!
• Use only tools with insulated handles!
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To avoid switch-on current spikes, do not use
connecting blocks with central on/off switches.
Switch the UPS "OFF" if it will not be used for a longer period of
time. If the mains at your company's facility are switched off
every night, the Protect B. PRO must be switched off every
evening. Otherwise, the battery will discharge. Frequently
occurring full discharging of the battery should be avoided to
extend its service life!
For your personal safety, never switch the
UPS on if the mains plug of the Protect B. PRO is
unplugged!
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3.3
CE certificate
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Installation
4.1
Unpacking and checking
The device has been fully tested and checked. Although the
packing and shipping of the device are done with the usual care,
transport damage cannot be fully ruled out.
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Transport damage claims are to be lodged with the
transport company!
For this reason check the shipping container for damage upon
receipt. If necessary, ask the transport company to check the
goods and record the damage in the presence of the transport
company employee. Report the damage via the AEG
representative/dealer within 8 days of delivery.
Check the contents of the delivery for completeness:
• UPS Protect B. PRO
with 750, 1000, 1400, 1800, 2300 or 3000 VA
• 2 base feet and 2 mounting brackets
incl. installation hardware (screws)
• 2 mains connection cables
(1x hybrid plug as per CEE 7/7 / 1x plug as per BS1363)
• 2 device connection cables of type IEC320 10A
Additionally, 1 device connection cable of type IEC320 16A
with Protect B. 2300 PRO and Protect B. 3000 PRO
• 2 communication cables (USB & RS232)
• Management software "CompuWatch" on CD
• Safety and operating instructions
External battery modules include the following with delivery:
• External battery unit Protect B. BP PRO
for Protect B.1000 PRO, B.1800 PRO or B.3000 PRO
• Base foot expansion and 2 mounting brackets
incl. installation hardware (screws)
• Special battery connection cable and detection cable
• Safety instructions
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Please report any deviations to our hotline (see Page 5).
The original packing materials provide effective protection
against impacts and should be retained to ensure secure
transport at a later date.
To rule out the risk of suffocation, keep the plastic
packaging bags out of the reach of babies and
children.
Handle the components with care. Be especially
mindful of their weight. Obtain the help of another
person when moving the Protect B. 2300 PRO, the
Protect B. 3000 PRO and the external battery units
Protect B. 1800 BP PRO and Protect B.3000 BP PRO.
4.2
Set-up location
The Protect B. PRO was designed to be set up in a protected
environment. When setting up the device, take factors such as
sufficient ventilation and appropriate ambient conditions into
consideration.
• The installation site must be sufficiently strong and stable to
avoid vibrations and impacts.
• Ensure sufficient load-bearing capacity, especially when
used together with external battery units (special
accessories).
• Position the devices in such a way that sufficient air
circulation is ensured. There must be at least 100 mm
clearance behind the back fan for ventilation purposes. Do
not block supply air openings on the front. A clearance of
50 mm must be ensured here.
• Position external battery units directly next to the UPS
system. To preserve maximum mechanical stability in case
of rack installation, place each drawer on its own pair of rack
rails.
• Avoid extreme temperatures! To maximise the service life of
the batteries, we recommend an ambient temperature of
15°C to 25°C. Do not expose the devices to direct sunlight or
operate them near other heat sources, e.g. radiators.
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• Protect units against external influences (particularly humidity
and dust). In this regard, observe the information in chapter 3
as from page 16 of these operating instructions.
• If the device is brought from a cold room to a warm room, or
if the room temperature drops suddenly, condensation may
occur inside the device. Let the device sit for 2 hours before
turning it on to avoid the formation of condensation.
• Ensure that no magnetic storage media are stored and/or
used near the Protect B. PRO.
Check on the rating plate whether the voltage and
frequency specifications match the values
applicable for your electrical loads.
4.3
Installation
4.3.1
Installation in a 19" rack
Install the drawers from your network cabinet manufacturer or
the optional UPS rack rails from the AEG product line, preferably
in the lower third of the cabinet. Take the cabinet's centre of
gravity and sufficient fresh air supply into consideration here.
Before inserting the device or the external battery unit into the
network cabinet, attach the side mounting brackets included with
the delivery beforehand.
Step 1:
Step 2:
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4.3.2
Set-up as an upright device (tower)
Step 1:
Press the round
button located at the
bottom right. The
display is released
from the retainer.
Step 2:
Rotate the display
clockwise by 90°.
Step 3:
Press the display
back into its retainer
in the position
shown below.
Step 4:
Assemble the feet
as shown below.
Step 5:
Position UPS into
the feet, which have
already been installed.
Step 6:
Position the feet in
the front and rear
third.
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… Set-up of the UPS in connection with an external battery unit
Finally, carefully lift the name plates at the side at the end of the
lettering, turn them and engage them in the pre-drilled second position.
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Overview of Connections, Controls and
Display Components
5.1
Front view
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
UPS of the Protect B. PRO series
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B
C
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Ext. battery expansion (BatteryPack) Protect B. BP PRO series
Explanations:
A UPS model series designation with power specification in VA
B Hole for attachment of the name plate for tower setup
C Ventilation grate (do not block)
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D
E
F
G
H
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The connections of the integrated battery systems
are located behind the respective front panels.
Operating buttons for menu navigation
Liquid crystal display with pictograms
Status display (LEDs of different colours)
Button for mechanical unlocking of the operator panel
Designation of the external battery expansion
Panel with battery symbol as identification of the battery unit
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5.2
Rear view (connections)
13 12 11 10
8
9
2
3
7
6
1
4
Rear view
Protect B.750 PRO / B.1000 PRO / B.1400 PRO / B.1800 PRO
9
11
13
10
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3
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7
6
12
8
4
5
Rear view
Protect B.2300 PRO / B.3000 PRO
8
14
15
Rear view
Protect B.1000 BP PRO / B.1800 BP PRO / B.3000 BP PRO
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Explanations:
1 Mains connection (UPS input)
2 Resettable mains input automatic fuse
3 Manageable UPS outputs, i.e. electrical load connections which
can be influenced via the UPS operator panel and/or the
software
4 Electrical load connections (UPS outputs) for critical loads
with the highest priority, continuously supplied directly from
the UPS (not manageable)
5 Electrical load connection with the option of full power
consumption via a UPS outlet IEC socket
(Protect B. 2300 PRO and Protect B. 3000 PRO only)
6 Overvoltage protection module for data cables (telephone,
fax, modem or network (RJ11/RJ45 10/100 Mbit/s)
7 Connection for external battery unit (Protect B.1000 PRO /
B.1800 PRO / B.3000 PRO – covered upon delivery)
8 Jack for automatic external battery detection
(Protect B.1000(BP)PRO/ B.1800(BP)PRO/ B.3000(BP)PRO)
9 Fan (Attention: Maintain a minimum clearance of 100 mm
behind the fan for unobstructed air output)
10 Emergency Power Off contact
11 USB communication interface
12 RS232 communication interface (Sub-D9 jack)
13 Communication slot for optional expansion cards:
relay card, SNMP etc. (covered upon delivery)
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The USB and RS232 communication interfaces
are mutually exclusive, i.e. either USB or RS232
is used. The communication slot, on the other
hand, is dual monitor capable, i.e. it can be used
alongside the USB or RS232 interface.
14 Battery automatic fuse
Protect B.1000 BP PRO / B.1800 BP PRO / B.3000 BP PRO
15 Attachment socket of external battery unit for connection with
the UPS (covered upon delivery - Protect B.1000 BP PRO /
Protect B.1800 BP PRO / Protect B.3000 BP PRO )
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6
Electrical Connection
6.1
Internal battery contact connection
1. Ensure that the UPS is de-energised and that no mains
connection cables are plugged in.
2. Now grasp the left and right sides below the front panel and
pull the front panel out toward the front. The lock will
disengage...
3. ...and you can swivel the entire front section upward. Do not
disconnect the ribbon cable to the liquid crystal display!
The mechanical parts must be handled without the use of
great force.
4. Now connect the internal battery system by connecting the
two battery connectors to one another.
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When making the connection, make sure that you
attach the plugs quickly and securely into one
another. Any minor electric arcing that may occur
when doing so is insignificant.
5. Then slowly close the front panel using appropriate caution
in the reverse order. Make sure that you don't pinch any
cables; always handle the front panel with both hands
(applying even force on the left and right). Continue with
Section 6.3, starting on Page 30.
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6.2
External battery unit contact connection
(Protect B.1000 PRO / B.1800 PRO / B.3000 PRO only)
External battery expansions are connected from the back of the
device. It is not necessary to open the front panel(s). Make sure
that the external battery unit belongs to the accompanying UPS:
Protect B.1000 PRO with Protect B.1000 BP PRO only
Protect B.1800 PRO with Protect B.1800 BP PRO only
Protect B.3000 PRO with Protect B.3000 BP PRO only
Remove the battery connection covers from the back of the UPS
and the battery unit (see also Items 7/15 on Page 26). Make the
power connection to the battery using the special battery cable
included with delivery according to the diagram shown below.
When making the connection, ensure that the battery
plug is securely and fully inserted into the counter
piece.
The next step involves the included data cable with the small
transparent RJ11 plugs. It is used for automatic detection of the
battery unit. As shown in the figure (e.g. B.1800 PRO), connect
the UPS to the battery unit.
Data cable for
battery detection
Battery cable for
power connection
Finally actuate the fuse on the back of the battery unit
(Item 14 on Page 26). Move the small lever to the "ON" position.
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6.3
Mains connection
Compare the setting of the rated supply voltage of the UPS to
the rated voltage applicable for your country. The ex-works
presetting of the UPS output voltage is 230 V AC. Changes to
208 V AC, 220 V AC, 230 V AC or 240 V AC can be made via
the operator panel.
To ensure proper functioning of the UPS and its additional
equipment, it is necessary to provide the mains supply cable with an
appropriate back-up fuse. With all models of the Protect B. PRO
series, connection is carried out using the included mains
connection cable to a conventional safety socket. Ensure sufficient power rating of the fuse in your subdistribution. The more
powerful models as from Protect B.2300 PRO, in particular, require
their own 16 A fuse protection. Do not yet plug the safety plug of
the mains connection cable into the intended safety socket.
6.4
Electrical load connection
Before connecting the electrical loads to the UPS, please check
whether the specified rated output on the rating plate is greater
than or equal to the total electrical load output.
Connect the intended electrical loads to the outlets of your UPS.
Use the included electrical load connection cables for this purpose. Pay attention to the sub-division of the output sockets here
(see also Section 5.2 on Page 26). Important electrical loads
which must be powered continuously should be connected to
continuously energised outputs. The manageable output circuit is
used for electrical load segmentation. You will leave your
electrical loads switched off at first. Should additional electrical
load connection cables be required, please contact your specialist
dealer.
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If a shared distribution cabinet is used (circuits with
both mains and UPS power), label each circuit with
the respective feed (mains or UPS).
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Finally, check the firm seating of the wire jumpers attached in the
Emergency Power Off plug and tighten the two external screws
of the plug part (see also Page 26 Item 10).
If you would like to use the emergency switch-off function,
continue with Section 8.4 on Page 41.
The integrated Emergency Power Off mechanism is
used solely to switch off the UPS power. This is
done electronically and does not correspond to an
EMERGENCY-STOP device as per DIN EN ISO 13850.
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Operation and Control
7.1
Initial commissioning
Plug the safety plug of the mains connection cable into the
intended, properly fuse-protected safety socket. The UPS is
automatically supplied with power from the public mains. The
UPS starts up in the initialisation phase. All pictograms and LEDs
of the liquid crystal display light up briefly.
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If an error indication is received, analyse the display
using the overview in Chapter 9, starting on Page
43. If the battery system is not recognised, for
example, go back to Chapter 6, starting on Page 28.
The ex-works presetting of the rated output voltage is 230 V. The
changing of this parameter is described in Section 7.4 on Page 38.
7.1.1
Switching ON the UPS
If the UPS is in the so-called standby mode (e.g. after the
procedures described above), press and hold the "ON/MUTE"
button (for about 3 seconds) until the "ON" message flashes at
the top right of the display. The UPS carries out a brief self-test
and begins normal operation after a few seconds. The display
switches to the UPS status display. The "OK" message appears
at the top right.
Now switch on your electrical loads one after another. The device
load of the UPS should not exceed the specified rated load of the
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UPS device at any time. If the device does become overloaded,
however, "OVERLOAD" appears in the display and an audible tone
is emitted. The connected electrical loads continue to be supplied
with power for a specific period of time which depends on the
severity of the overload, but the connected load must be reduced
immediately.
Not heeding the "device overload" condition can lead to a
complete failure of all UPS functions!
Also avoid brief device overloads, e.g. as can occur when
connecting a laser printer or a laser fax machine. Do not connect
household appliances or machine tools to the UPS.
Never connect or switch on additional electrical
loads to the UPS if a mains failure is in effect. The
UPS is operating on emergency power!
In general, overloads should not occur in battery mode if they do
not occur in normal mode.
If the red "FAULT" LED lights up and an audible
tone is emitted, a switching-off malfunction is in
effect. Follow the instructions in Chapter 9, starting
on Page 43.
7.1.2
Switching OFF the UPS
If the UPS is in operation, it can be switched off by pressing and
holding the "OFF" button for approx. 3 seconds. The power
supply is interrupted immediately, i.e. all electrical loads
connected to the UPS are switched off.
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7.2
Operator panel
7.2.1
Overview
The panel is made up of three units: the liquid crystal display
with black pictograms on a white background, the four buttons
for menu navigation and mechanical enabling of the rotatable
unit and, at the top, the three different UPS status display LEDs.
7.2.2
Operating buttons (navigation)
The four buttons possess the following functions:
ON/MUTE
▼
SELECT
▲
OFF
ENTER
• Switching on the device
from the standby operating mode
(press and hold the button for approx. 3
seconds for this purpose)
• Deactivation of the audible alarm in
battery mode (press and hold the button
approx. 5 seconds for this purpose; this does
not affect the warning or fault indications)
• Activation of the self-test function in the
normal operating condition (press and hold the
button for approx. 5 seconds for this purpose)
• Navigation in the setup menu
• Switching of the measured value display:
input volt./input frequency/battery
voltage/output voltage /output frequency/load/UPS internal temperature/number of externally
connected battery systems
(press button briefly to change display)
• Calling up the UPS setup menu from
standby mode, i.e. UPS (press and hold the
button for approx. 5 seconds for this purpose)
• Navigation in the setup menu
• Switching off the device/the electrical loads
from the normal operating mode
(press and hold the button for approx. 3
seconds for this purpose)
• Confirmation function within the UPS setup menu
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• This button is used to release the mechanical
lock of the operator panel and thus permits the
set-up-based display direction (rack or tower
mode)
7.2.3
7.2.4
Indicators (LED indicators)
LED
Name
Function
Green
Power On
Power supply of the control unit is live,
i.e. LED lights up in standby mode and
in mains and battery modes
Yellow
Batt.mode
LED lights up during battery mode
Red
Fault
Malfunction LED (see also Chapter 9,
starting on Page 43)
Liquid crystal display
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Information on the remaining autonomy time
Symbol for display of the autonomy time
Shows the remaining autonomy time,
depending on the load, in hours (H),
minutes (M) and seconds (S) until the
battery undervoltage threshold is reached
Information with warnings and fault messages
Symbol as an indicator for a warning
Symbol as an indicator for a fault message
Display of the warning or fault code
(for details, see also Section 9.1.1 on Page 43)
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Setup options
Indicator in setup menu
(see also Section 7.4, starting on Page 38)
Displayed measured values
The measured values for the following are
displayed in sequence: Input voltage [V AC],
input frequency [Hz], battery voltage [V DC],
output voltage [V AC], output frequency [Hz],
load [%] and internal UPS /battery temp. [°C]
Indicator for the number of externally
connected battery units (here, none = "00")
Information on the UPS load (electrical load value)
Bar graph for indication of the UPS load:
0-25%, 26-50%, 51-75% and 76-100%
Indication of an active overload
Indication of an electrical load short-circuit
UPS status
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Status indication of the manageable output
sockets. Symbol is active, i.e. lights up with
energised output circuit
Pictogram for signaling the silenced internal
signaller
Automatic efficiency-optimised operation
(internal UPS buck & boost levels deactivated)
Battery symbol indicates an active battery
charger; "CHARGING" flashes with active
battery boost charging
Indicates an active AVR (voltage regul.)
(internal UPS buck or boost level activated)
Pictogram indicates an active battery
discharge, e.g. in case of a mains failure
or during the UPS self-test
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Information on the battery system
Bar graph for displaying the battery capacity:
0-25%, 26-50%, 51-75% and 76-100%
Battery undervoltage indication
Pictogram indicates a faulty/non-connected
battery system
7.2.5
Abbreviation index
Abbreviation
7.2.6
Display
Meaning
ENA
Enable
DIS
Disable
ESC
Escape
EP
Emergency Power Off
TP
Temperature
CH
Charger
Audible signals
Battery mode
Periodic warning tone every 4 seconds
Battery undervolt. Periodic warning tone every second
Replace battery
Periodic warning tone every 2 seconds
Overload
Double periodic warning tone every second
Fault
Continuous warning tone
Audible signals in conjunction with pictograms as fault indications
can be found with detailed descriptions in Chapter 9, starting on
Page 43.
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7.3
UPS operating states
Mains mode
ECO mode
Abbreviation for
"Efficiency Corrective
Optimiser"
In this operating mode
(UPS input voltage below
±10% of U rated), the
electrical loads are
switched to direct mains
supply to increase
efficiency. With a fullycharged battery system,
the UPS internal fan also
stops.
Mains mode
AVR mode
If the UPS input voltage is
outside the ECO range,
but within the voltage
window accepted by the
UPS, automatic voltage
regulation (AVR) is
activated.
Battery mode
If the UPS input voltage
lies outside the specified
tolerance, e.g. in case of a
mains failure, the UPS
switches to battery mode.
In addition, a periodic
warning tone is emitted
every 4 seconds.
Standby
operating
mode
UPS is supplied with
voltage, but is switched
off (electrical loads not
powered). Battery charger,
on the other hand, is ready
for operation in standby
mode. The battery is thus
being charged.
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7.4
UPS settings
Parameter 1
Parameter 2
The two parameters of the UPS setup menu:
Parameter 1: displays the currently selected menu item. 3 settings can
be changed manually via the operator panel: UPS output voltage "01",
activation or deactivation of a time-based manageable output socket
group "02" and its delay "03". The UPS setup menu can be exited via
"00" (ESCape).
Parameter 2: displays the currently selected setting.
• 01: Setting of the UPS output voltage
208: Rated output voltage = 208 V AC
220: Rated output voltage = 220 V AC
230: Rated output voltage = 230 V AC
(ex-works presetting)
240: Rated output voltage = 240 V AC
• 02: Setting of the manageable UPS outputs (active/inactive)
ENA: Time-based influencing of the outlet
sockets allowed (enabled)
DIS: Influence deactivated (disabled)
(ex-works presetting)
Note: With "DIS", all output sockets function
identically!
• 03: Setting of the time-based switch-off delay in minutes
Specifies the switch-off time of the
manageable UPS outputs in battery mode
with a previously active setting of "02".
The setting is made in minutes (ex works
presetting: "999" minutes)
• 00: Exit the UPS setup menu
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Procedure for programming the manageable outputs
Step 1:
First set the UPS to the so-called standby
operating mode, i.e. if the UPS was just in
operation, switch it off. ATTENTION: Your
connected electrical loads are de-energised
by this! Also ensure that the internal/external
battery's contacts were connected properly.
The liquid crystal display should generally
show the content shown here.
Step 2:
You can access the UPS setup menu by
pressing and holding the "SELECT" button
for at least 5 seconds. "01" appears in the
"SET" display window.
Step 3:
Navigate to menu item "02" with the "▼" or
"▲" button. Now confirm with the "ENTER"
button. You will be brought to the selection
window of parameter 2: Select between
"dis"able and "ena"ble here. Then press
either the "▼" or "▲" button again and select
"ena"ble. Confirm your selection with
"ENTER".
Step 4:
Now navigate to menu item "03" with the
"▼" or "▲" button. After confirming with
"ENTER" again, you can now specify the
setting of the desired switch-off time in
minutes in battery mode ("▼" or "▲"). Finally, confirm with "ENTER" once again.
Step 5:
Setup is now complete. You can exit the setup menu by selecting menu
item "00", i.e. navigate to "00" with "▼" or "▲", and confirm again with the
"ENTER" button. The liquid crystal display should now in principle
correspond with the display from Step 1 again.
Step 6:
Disconnecting the UPS from the mains will then save the changes to the
UPS internal memory. Wait until the liquid crystal display goes out.
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8
Interfaces and Communication
8.1
Computer interfaces RS232 and USB
Different interfaces are available for control of the UPS and the
convenient read-out of status indications and measured values.
The interface protocol is designed for operation with the shutdown
and UPS management software "CompuWatch" from AEG. To
connect your UPS to the PC, use the RS232 or USB
communication cable included with the delivery.
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8.2
The USB and RS232 communication interfaces are
mutually exclusive, i.e. either USB or RS232 is used.
Assignment of the RS232 Sub-D9 jack:
2 = TxD; 3 = RxD; 5 = GND
Communication slot
The back of the UPS also features a cover (see Item 14 on pageSeite
26), the removal of which allows the installation of optionally
available communication components, e.g.:
Relay card: Plug-in card with status indications, implemented
via floating relay contacts (NC or NO contacts)
SNMP card: Plug-in card for direct integration of the UPS into
the Ethernet network via RJ45 (TCP/IP) and additional possibility
for connection and the manageability of external sensors
Details can be found in the respective description of the option.
Other cards are currently being devised.
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8.3
The communication slot can be used at the same
time as the RS232 or USB interface.
Shutdown and UPS management software
The "CompuWatch" software, which was specially developed by
AEG Software for these purposes, continuously monitors the
mains supply and the status of the UPS.
Together with the "intelligent" UPS, it ensures the availability of
the IT components and data integrity.
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The "CompuWatch" shutdown software supports various
operating systems, incl. Windows 98/ME, Windows NT/2000/XP,
Windows Vista/7, Linux SUSE, Linux RedHat, Novell Netware,
IBM AIX, HP-UX, SUN Solaris, Mac OS X etc.
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Sample screen from "CompuWatch"
Details on installation under the various operating systems can
be found in the manual on the CD. Updates can be downloaded
from www.aegps.com
8.4
Emergency Power Off
All Protect B. PRO devices feature a connection that allows the
immediate disconnection of the UPS output for switching off
connected devices and does not follow the shutdown process of
the controller.
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Note:
After activating the emergency switch-off, the
outputs of the UPS are de-energised. Only after
acknowledgement/resetting of the emergency
switch-off mechanism and manual restart by
switching the "UPS On" does the UPS return to
normal operating condition.
To install the emergency switch-off mechanism, proceed as
follows:
1.
Check whether the UPS is switched off, and switch it
off if necessary (standby operating mode).
2.
Remove the plug part from the EPO insert on the
back of the UPS by loosening the two external
screws (see also Page 26, Item 10).
3.
Connect a floating NC contact (loadability of at least
60 V DC/30 V AC 20 mA) to the pins of the plug part.
4.
For this purpose, use a flexible cable with a diameter
2
2
of min. 0.5 mm and max. 2.5 mm . Reconnect the
plug and lock the insertion in the socket by tightening
the external screws.
The integrated emergency switch-off mechanism is
used solely to switch off the UPS power. This is
done electronically and does not correspond to an
EMERGENCY-STOP device as per DIN EN ISO 13850.
8.5
Overvoltage / data cable protection
RJ11 and RJ45 (modem/telephone/fax/network)
Plug the incoming data cable into the "IN"
connection on the back of the UPS. Attach
the "OUT" connection to your end device
using another data cable.
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The data cable protection supports networks with a
transfer rate of 10 and 100 Mbit/s.
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9
Troubleshooting
9.1
Malfunctions
The Protect B. PRO outputs detailed fault indications which you
or the service personnel can use to quickly and precisely localise
and interpret malfunctions which occur. Below you will find
suggested processes/solutions for remedying the problem you
are experiencing.
If you are not able to solve the problem in this manner, end the
entire process, switch off the UPS and disconnect the UPS from
the mains. In this case, please contact our hotline (see Page 5).
Have the serial number of the device and the date of purchase
handy when doing so. You will be provided with technical
support, and a decision on how to proceed further is made based
on the description of your problem.
9.1.1
Reference fault code table
(If one of these events occurs, the UPS is switched off)
Event
Fault code
Display
General intermediate circuit
malf.
01
x
Interm. circuit voltage too high
02
x
Interm. circuit voltage too low
03
x
Inverter start-up
malfunctioning
11
x
Inverter voltage too high
12
x
Inverter voltage too low
13
x
Short-circuit at inverter output
14
Battery voltage too high
27
x
Battery voltage too low
28
x
Over-temperature
41
Overload
43
Emergency Power Off
activated
x
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9.1.2
Alarm messages / warnings
Event
9.1.3
Symbol (flashing)
Alarm
Battery
undervoltage
Periodic warning tone
every second
Overload
Double periodic warning
tone every second
Battery system
not connected
properly
Periodic warning tone
every second
Battery system
overload
Periodic warning tone
every second
Battery
charging unit
malf.
Periodic warning tone
every second
Battery system
fault
Periodic warning tone
every second
Fault indications/solution approaches
If the UPS is not functioning properly or it outputs a fault indication, first
try to localise and remedy the problem using the table below.
Suggested
solution
Symptom
Possible cause
UPS cannot be switched
on, there are no visual or
audible fault indications
and the mains network
appears to be in order.
Mains input not
properly connected.
Check the cable
connections,
especially the
seating of the
plug in the IEC
socket of the UPS.
UPS input was
(inadvertently)
connected to the UPS
output.
Check / correct
connections as
per the description
in Sections 6.3 &
6.4 on Page 30.
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Symptom
Possible cause
Suggested
solution
Emergency switch-off
active; the plug part or its inserted wire bridge
may have been
disconnected from the
back of the UPS.
Reset the
connected switch
or insert the plug
part. Briefly
disconnect the
UPS from the
mains.
The internal or
external battery
system was not
connected correctly.
Check the
contact
connection of the
battery as per
Section 6.1/6.2,
starting on Page
28.
Liquid crystal display shows fault ind. "14".
Warning tone emitted
continuously.
UPS switched off
automatically due to a
short-circuit which
has occurred.
Check your
connected electrical loads
and your UPS
outlet cabling.
Liquid crystal display shows fault ind. "27".
Warning tone emitted
continuously.
Battery voltage too
high or battery
charging unit is faulty
Contact your
specialist dealer
or our hotline.
Liquid crystal display shows fault ind. "28".
Warning tone emitted
continuously.
Battery voltage too low
or battery charging unit
is faulty.
Contact your
specialist dealer
or our hotline.
Liquid crystal display shows fault ind. "41".
UPS switched off
automatically due to
internally detected
over-temperature.
Allow the
unit to cool down
and then check
fan operation. If
excessive dust is
present, clean
the fan.
UPS is overloaded.
Reduce the load
of the UPS by
discon- necting
some of your
electrical loads.
Pictograms
and
are flashing. Warning
tone is emitted once a
second.
Pictograms
and
are flashing. Warning
tone is emitted once a
second.
Pictograms
and
are flashing. Warning
tone is emitted once a
second.
Pictograms
and
are
flashing. Warning tone is
emitted twice a second.
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Symptom
Possible cause
Suggested
solution
Pictogram
and fault code "43" light up
on the display. Warning
tone emitted continuously.
UPS has switched off
automatically due to
an excessively high or
long-lasting overload.
Disconnect some
of the connected
devices. Restart
the UPS.
Fault codes "1", "2", "3",
"11", "12" or "13" light up
on the display. Warning
tone emitted
continuously.
UPS is exhibiting an
internal fault.
Contact your
specialist dealer
or our hotline (Be
sure to provide
the displayed fault
code!).
Duration of the emergency
power supply shorter than
goal
Batteries not fully
charged
or
Batteries are old or
cell is defective.
Charge the battery
system for at least
8 hours again
and check its
capacity again.
If this does not
solve the problem,
contact your dealer or our hotline.
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10
Service
The Protect B. PRO is comprised of state-of-the-art, low-wearing
parts. We recommend, however, that you carry out visual checks
(especially of the battery and fan) at regular intervals (at least
every 6 months, however) to maintain continual availability and
operating reliability.
CAUTION!
Working area protection and the safety regulations must be complied with!
10.1 Charging the battery
The battery is automatically charged via the mains connection,
regardless of the operating mode (standby, ECO, AVR).
The full charging time of the battery after a longer discharging
period should be at least 8 hours, in conjunction with an external
additional battery unit at least 24 hours.
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10.2 Regular checks
The following service work should be carried out:
Activity
Interval
Described in
Visual check
6 months
Section 10.2.1
Battery/fan check
6 months
Sect. 10.2.2/10.2.3
10.2.1 Visual check
When carrying out the visual check:
• Determine whether mechanical damage or foreign bodies
can be identified in the device
• Determine whether conductive dirt or dust deposits are
located in the device
• Determine whether dust deposits are hindering the supply
and removal of heat.
CAUTION!
The Protect B. PRO must be de-energised before
the following measure is carried out.
In case of very heavy dust accumulation, the device should be
carefully blown out with dry compressed air to enable better heat
exchange.
The intervals of the visual checks to be carried out primarily
depend on the local set-up conditions of the devices.
10.2.2 Battery check
The progressive aging of the battery system can be determined
through regular capacity tests. Carry out comparative
measurements of the achievable autonomy time every 6 months,
e.g. by simulating a mains failure. The load should always be
approximately the same as the power normally required. If the
measured autonomy time has decreased dramatically since the
previous measurement, please contact our hotline (see Page 5).
10.2.3 Fan check
The fans are to be checked regularly for dust accumulation and
any noticeable unusual noises. If the supply air openings are
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stopped up, clean them. In case of unusually loud or turbulent
running, please contact our hotline (see Page 5).
10.3 Battery replacement
ATTENTION:
A battery can cause an electric shock and can
therefore be considerably dangerous if handled
improperly.
The following precautionary measures should be
implemented before the batteries are replaced.
• Remove any rings, watches or other metallic objects that you
may be wearing.
• If the spare battery kit is damaged in any way or shows signs
of leakage, contact your specialist dealer immediately.
• Recycle or dispose of the used battery in an appropriate
manner. Under no circumstances may the batteries be
disposed of in an open fire. The batteries could explode.
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Note:
Be aware of the weight of the integrated battery
systems. Have another person assist you if
necessary.
The battery system is located directly behind the
front panel. For easier handling, the battery systems
are delivered completely pre-configured.
The procedure for replacing the kit can be seen in the following
example using a Protect B. PRO with an internal battery system:
1. Grasp the left and right sides below the front panel and pull
the front panel out toward the front. The lock disengages...
2. ...and you can swivel the entire front section upward. Do not
disconnect the ribbon cable to the liquid crystal display!
The mechanical parts must be handled without the use of great
force.
3. Now disconnect the internal battery system by detaching the
two battery connectors from one another.
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4. After loosening the two screws of the battery protection plate,
remove the plate from the front. When doing so, guide the
battery connector through the intended opening.
5. Now remove the entire battery kit by carefully and slowly
pulling it out from the front. Be aware of the weight involved,
especially with the more powerful models.
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Before inserting the new battery drawer, you
must check the battery system for compatibility
once again (see also Page 13).
6. Now insert the new spare kit in reverse order and finally screw
the removed battery protection plate back on.
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7. Then reconnect the internal battery system by connecting the
two battery connectors to one another.
When making the connection, make sure that you
attach the plugs quickly and securely into one
another. Any minor electric arcing that may occur
when doing so is insignificant.
8. Then slowly close the front panel in the reverse order using
appropriate caution. Make sure that you don't pinch any
cables; always handle the front panel with both hands
(applying even force on the left and right).
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Note on the external battery expansions:
When using an additional external battery Protect
B.1000 BP PRO, B.1800 BP PRO or B.3000 BP PRO,
we strongly recommend replacing all battery banks
for technical reasons.
Disposal of waste batteries (applicable in the
European Union and other European countries
with separate collection systems)
This symbol on the battery or on the packaging indicates that the
battery provided with this product shall not be treated as
household waste. On certain batteries this symbol might be used
in combination with a chemical symbol. The chemical symbol
“Pb” (lead) is added if the battery contains more than 0.4% lead.
By ensuring these batteries are disposed of correctly, you will
help prevent potentially negative consequences for the
environment and human health which could otherwise be caused
by inappropriate waste handling of the battery. The recycling of
the materials will help to conserve natural resources.
In case of products that for safety, performance or data integrity
reasons require a permanent connection with an incorporated
battery, this battery should be replaced by qualified service staff
only.
To ensure that the battery will be treated properly, hand over the
product at end-of-life to the applicable collection point for the
recycling of electrical and electronic equipment.
For more detailed information about recycling of this battery,
please contact your local Civic Office, your household waste
disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product.
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11
Storage, Removal and Disposal
11.1 Storage
Long storage periods without occasional charging or
discharging can lead to permanent damage of the
battery.
When the battery is stored at room temperature (20 °C to 30 °C),
a self-discharge of 3-6% per month takes place due to internal
reactions. Storage at temperatures above room temperature
should be avoided. A high storage temperature also means
increased battery self-discharge.
Batteries stored at room temperature should be recharged every
6 months to preserve their full capacity and service life.
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The Protect B. PRO should be connected to the
mains network before being put into storage to
ensure that the battery is fully charged. The charging duration should be at least 8 hours, in
conjunction with an external additional battery unit
at least 24 hours.
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11.2 Removal
Removal is carried out by following the installation description in
reverse.
11.3 Disposal
Please dispose of the individual parts of the device as prescribed
and in compliance with legal guidelines upon the final
decommissioning in the interest of environmental protection and
recycling. Please keep in mind that violations of these
regulations can be seen as a summary offence.
Disposal of old electrical & electronic equipment
(applicable in the European Union and other
European countries with separate collection
systems)
This symbol on the product or on ist packaging indicates that this
product shall not be treated as household waste. Instead it shall
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be handled over the applicable collection point for the recycling
of electrical and electronic equipment.
By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help
prevent potential negative consequences fort he environment
and human health, which could otherwise be caused by
inappropriate waste handling of this product. The recycling of
materials will help to conserve natural resources.
For more detailed information about recycling of this product,
please contact your local Civic Office, your household waste
disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product.
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Appendix
12.1 Glossary (technical terms)
AVR
Automatic Voltage Regulation
against mains voltage deviations
Class D
See device protection
DC/DC booster
Circuitry for increasing a direct voltage to a higher
voltage level
Device protection
A term from overvoltage technology
The classical mains overvoltage protection is
comprised of a lightening current arrester (Class B),
overvoltage protection (Class C) and the so-called
device protection (Class D)
ECO
Measure for system efficiency optimisation
Efficiency Corrective Optimiser
EPO
Device for emergency switch-off
Emergency Power Off
LED
Light Emitting Diode
Electronic semiconductor component used for
visual signaling.
PFC
Power Factor Correction
Circuitry for minimising feeding back to the mains
(especially important in the connection of nonlinear loads)
SNMP
Simple Network Management Protocol
Frequently encountered protocol on the network
for managing components
VFD
Output Voltage and Frequency Dependent from
mains supply
The UPS output depends on the mains voltage
and frequency fluctuations. Previous designation:
OFFLINE
VI
Output Voltage Independent from mains supply
The UPS output depends on mains frequency
fluctuations, but the mains voltage is processed
via electronic/passive voltage regulation units.
Previous designation: LINE-INTERACTIVE
VFI
Output Voltage and Frequency Independent from
mains supply
The UPS output is independent of the mains
voltage and frequency fluctuations. Previous
designation: ONLINE
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12.2 Index
A
Abbreviation index ......... 36
Alarm messages ............ 44
Autonomy time .............. 12
AVR ......................... 37, 53
M
Mains connection ......... 30
Mains mode .................. 37
Malfunctions ................. 43
Measured values .... 33, 35
B
Battery expansion ........... 29
Battery mode .................. 37
Battery test ............... 35, 33
O
Operating conditions .... 37
Operator panel ............. 33
Overload ........... 12, 36, 45
Overview (Front/Rear) 25
C
CE declaration ................ 20
Cold start ........................ 19
Communication .............. 40
Connections .................... 25
R
Rack / 19" installation ... 23
RS 232 interface ..... 27, 40
S
Safety precautions ....... 16
Scope of delivery ......... 21
Settings ........................ 38
Service ......................... 46
Set-up location ............. 22
Signalling ............... 36, 43
Standby ........................ 37
Storage ......................... 51
System description ......... 9
D
Device overload 12, 36, 45
Dimensions ..................... 15
Display ...................... 25, 34
E
ECO ................................. 37
Electrical load connection 30
Emergency Power Off .... 41
T
Table of contents ........... 6
Technical data .............. 11
Troubleshooting ........... 43
G
Glossary ......................... 53
Guidelines ....................... 15
H
Hotline .............................. 5
U
USB ........................ 27, 40
UPS settings ................ 38
I
(Initial) Commissioning ..... 31
Indicators ........................ 34
Installation ...................... 23
Interfaces (PC) ............... 40
W
Website .......................... 5
Weights ........................ 15
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12.3 Notes
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MODEL:
SERIAL NUMBER:
PURCHASE DATE:
DEALER STAMP / SIGNATURE
ERRORS AND TECHNICAL MODIFICATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
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Tel.: +49 180 523 4787 – Fax: +49 180 523 4789
www.aegps.com
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AEGPS – Protect B.PRO-EN 11/2012
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