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TABLE OF CONTENTS
LIST OF TABLES .................................................................................................. ii
LIST OF FIGURES ............................................................................................... iii
INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................. iv
1.0 GENERAL ...................................................................................................... 1-1
1.1 DEFINITIONS ................................................................................................ 1-2
1.2 OVERVIEW .................................................................................................... 1-3
1.3 SPECIFICATIONS ......................................................................................... 1-9
2.0 OPERATION CONTROLS AND INDICATORS ............................................... 2-1
2.1 LED DISPLAY ................................................................................................ 2-2
2.2 KEYPAD ......................................................................................................... 2-2
2.3 LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY ......................................................................... 2-3
2.4 EXTERNAL SIGNAL TERMINAL BLOCK ..................................................... 2-9
3.0 INSTALLATION AND OPERATION .................................................................. 3-1
3.1 TRANSPORTATION AND INSTALLATION .................................................. 3-1
3.2 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE ..................................................................... 3-1
3.3 PROCEDURE FOR CABLE CONNECTIONS .............................................. 3-2
3.4 OPERATING PROCEDURES ....................................................................... 3-12
4.0 RESPONSE TO UPS FAILURE .......................................................................... 4-1
5.0 PARTS REPLACEMENT ..................................................................................... 5-1
6.0 FAULT CODES ...................................................................................................... 6-1
7.0 WARRANTY & OUT OF WARRANTY SERVICE ............................................ 7-1
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List of Tables
Table 1.1
Power Specifications ..................................................................... 1-9
Table 1.2
UPS Module Information ............................................................... 1-9
Table 1.3
Input Cabinet Information.............................................................. 1-9
Table 1.4
Detail of Specifications .................................................................. 1-10
Table 1.5
Rating of Circuit Breakers (MCCB) ............................................... 1-11
and Fuses
Table 3.1
How to Transport and Install the System ...................................... 3-1
Table 3.2
List of Weights (lb.)........................................................................ 3-1
Table 3.3
Maximum Permitted Fault Current ................................................ 3-2
Table 3.4
Recommended Cable Size and .................................................... 3-5
Torque Requirements
Table 3.5
Crimp Type Compression Lug ...................................................... 3-6
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List of Figures
Figure 1.1
Single Line Diagram-Normal Operation ........................................ 1-3
Figure 1.2
Single Line Diagram-Bypass Operation........................................ 1-4
Figure 1.3
Single Line Diagram-Battery Operation ........................................ 1-4
Figure 1.4
UPS Parts Location ....................................................................... 1-6
Figure 2.1
Operation/Display Panel ............................................................... 2-1
Figure 2.2
Main Screen .................................................................................. 2-3
Figure 2.3
Bypass Screen .............................................................................. 2-3
Figure 2.4
Input Screen .................................................................................. 2-4
Figure 2.5
Output Voltage Screen .................................................................. 2-4
Figure 2.6
Output Current Screen .................................................................. 2-4
Figure 2.7
Trend Graph Screen...................................................................... 2-5
Figure 2.8
Battery Screen............................................................................... 2-5
Figure 2.9
Remote / Local Selection Screen.................................................. 2-5
Figure 2.10
Operation Menu Screen ................................................................ 2-6
Figure 2.11
Battery Operation Screen.............................................................. 2-7
Figure 2.12
Battery Low Voltage Screen.......................................................... 2-7
Figure 2.13
Discharge Termination Screen...................................................... 2-7
Figure 2.14
Fault Indication Screen.................................................................. 2-8
Figure 2.15
External Signal Terminal Block ..................................................... 2-9
Figure 2.16
Control Wiring for External Contacts............................................. 2-10
Figure 2.17
Remote "Start" Contact Connections ............................................ 2-11
Figure 2.18
External communication connector............................................... 2-12
Figure 3.1
UPS Terminal Name ..................................................................... 3-7
Figure 3.2
Diagram of input/output Terminals ................................................ 3-8
Figure 3.3
Start-up Menu................................................................................ 3-24
Figure 3.4
Inverter Start / Stop ....................................................................... 3-24
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INTRODUCTION
Your Mitsubishi Uninterruptible Power System (UPS) is designed to provide many years of
reliable protection from power failure, brown-outs, line noise, and voltage transients.
To
ensure optimum performance of the equipment, follow the manufacturer's instructions. This
manual contains descriptions required to operate the UPS. Please read this manual carefully
and retain it for future reference.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
This manual contains important instructions for the 9700 Series Uninterruptible Power Supply
Systems that should be followed during installation and maintenance of the UPS and batteries.
WARNING 1
Lethal voltages exist within the equipment during operation. Observe all
warning and cautions in this manual. Failure to comply may result in
serious injury or death. Obtain qualified service for this equipment as
instructed.
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WARNING 2
This UPS does not include a Bypass Input circuit breaker (MCCB). The
Bypass Input contactor (CB3) does not protect against load induced
short circuits. The bypass input circuit breaker (MCCB) is field supplied
and installed. Breaker(MCCB)'s Specifications are as follows:
Capacity (kVA) Bypass Voltage (VAC) Maximum Bypass
Recommended
Rating (AAC)
Breaker (A)
100
208
278
350
100
480
120
150
100
600
96
100
150
208
416
500
150
480
180
225
150
600
144
150
225
208
625
700
225
480
271
300
225
600
217
225
300
480
361
400
300
600
289
300
375
480
451
500
375
600
361
400
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1.0 GENERAL
The Mitsubishi 9700 Series UPS is designed to provide continuous, clean electrical power
to your critical load and to monitor power conditions affecting that load. In the event of an
input power failure, the UPS will supply power to the critical load for the specified battery
time.
If the input power is not restored promptly, back up power from the UPS battery permits
the orderly shutdown of equipment supported by the UPS. The UPS is simple to start-up,
operate and maintain.
The 9700 Series UPS is available in five kVA sizes-100, 150, 225, 300, 375kVA.
Specifications for each kVA model appear in Section 1.3. The principles of operation
described herein are applicable to all models.
This manual provides an overview of the 9700 Series components and their functions. It
describes the appearance and purpose of operator controls and indicators. It contains
procedures for operation, start-up, shutdown, and basic maintenance.
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1.1 Definitions
UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SUPPLY SYSTEM (UPS) - All components within the UPS
Module Cabinet includes the batteries which function as a system to provide continuous,
conditioned AC power to a load. This is sometimes referred to as the "System".
UPS MODULE CABINET - The metal enclosure which contains the Converter / Charger,
the Inverter, the Static Transfer Switch, the Internal Bypass line, the operator controls, and
the internal control system required to provide specified AC
power to a load.
UPS MODULE - The Converter / Charger and Inverter assemblies which, under the
direction of the internal control system and operator controls, provide specified AC power
to a load.
CONVERTER / CHARGER - The UPS components which contain the equipment and
controls necessary to convert input AC power to regulated DC power required for battery
charging and for supplying power to the Inverter.
INVERTER - The UPS components which contain the equipment and controls necessary
to convert DC power from the Converter / Charger, or the battery, to AC power required by
the critical load.
STATIC TRANSFER SWITCH - The device which connects the critical load to the bypass
line when the UPS module cannot supply continuous power.
BYPASS LINE - The line which conducts electricity directly from the input power source to the
critical load during Maintenance or whenever the UPS is not completely operational.
INPUT POWER - Power provided by the electrical utility company, or auxiliary generator,
which is connected to the UPS for supplying the critical load.
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1.2 Overview
The UPS provides two power paths between the utility source and the critical load as
shown in figures 1.1 and 1.2.
A) Through the UPS Module (FIGURE 1.1)
FIGURE 1.1 Single Line Diagram - Normal Operation
CB
Static Transfer
Switch
AC Bypass
Input
Use supplied
MCCB
CB3
CONVERTER
INVERTER
52S
AC input
Output
CB1
52C
CB2
Power Flow
Not in Use
Battery cabinet
UPS Module
When the load is on the Inverter, the internal control system determines which of the two
paths supplies power to the load. During normal operation, the path through the UPS
module is used.
Input AC power flows through the UPS where it is converted to DC by the Converter /
Charger. This DC power is utilized to charge the UPS battery and to provide power to the
Inverter. The Inverter converts the DC power to clean AC power to supply the critical load.
The conversion - inversion process eliminates any voltage transients or fluctuations
existing in the input power before it reaches the critical load.
* The Bypass Input circuit breaker (MCCB) for protection of the UPS and cables is field
supplied and field installed. (See WARNING 2 on page iv)
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B) Internal Static Bypass Line (FIGURE 1.2)
The Internal Static Bypass line is a Hard wired line through CB3, contactor 52S which
supplies the critical load with unconditioned input power. The purpose of this line is to
route power to the critical load while the UPS module is de-energized during Start-up
before the system is fully operational.
FIGURE 1.2 Single Line Diagram- Bypass Operation
CB
Static Transfer
Switch
AC Bypass
Input
Use supplied
MCCB
CB3
CONVERTER
52S
INVERTER
AC input
Output
52C
CB1
Power Flow
CB2
Not in Use
Battery cabinet
UPS Module
C) Inverter supply at battery operation (FIGURE 1.3)
FIGURE 1.3 Single Line Diagram - Battery Operation
CB
Static Transfer
Switch
AC Bypass
Input
Use supplied
MCCB
CB3
CONVERTER
INVERTER
52S
AC input
Output
CB1
52C
CB2
Power Flow
Not in Use
Battery cabinet
UPS Module
If the input power is interrupted, the battery will immediately supply the DC power required
by the Inverter to maintain continuous AC power to the load. A fully charged battery will
provide power for the specified time at the rated load, or longer, at a reduced load.
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When power is restored after a low battery shutdown, the Converter automatically restarts
operation, recharges the batteries, and the Inverter is automatically restarted without
operator intervention. The load is assumed by the inverter automatically without operator
intervention.
In the event of a power failure, the rectifier will de-energize and the batteries will discharge
into the inverter and maintain power to the critical until a) the battery capacity expires and
the inverter turns off, or b) input power is restored after which the converter will power the
critical load and simultaneously recharge the batteries.
Figure 1.3 illustrates the flow
diagram during battery operation.
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FIGURE 1.4-a UPS Parts Location (100kVA)
UPS module
FRONT VIEW
Converter &
Inverter Unit
DC capacitor
AC capacitor
2. CB101
52C
CB3
Static
Transfer
Switch
AC input capacitor
52S
1. CB1
3. External
contact
signal
terminal
block
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FIGURE 1.4-b UPS Parts Location (Continued)
Inverter
Start/Stop switch
UPS module
BACKSIDE OF FRONT DOOR
7. Error RESET
6. Switch PCB
DPAU-55
LCD panel
5. Emergency
bypass
switch
Buzzer Stop
INV
START
STOP
CNV SW BUZ
ON
OF
SYN BYP INV
MAINT
O
DPAU-55
Main PCB
UPER
TEST
OF
11.SW8
TEST switch
Relay PCB
RYDR
10.SW7
Maintenance
8. CN45
RS232C
Connector
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Description of Figure 1.4:
1. AC Input circuit breaker (CB1) Circuit breaker for converter input power .
2.
Control Power circuit breaker(CB101)
3. External contact signal terminal block Terminal block to connect contact signal input/output
lines to and from the external devices. Refer to FIGURE 2.4 for details.
4.
Grounding bar (E)
5. Emergency bypass switch.
This switch activates bypass power supply for emergency
reasons if the UPS is turned off. Normal position is “TRANSFER is PERFORMED”
6.
Switches on the DPAU-54(PCB) (FOR SERVICE PERSONNEL ONLY)
Normally the customers do not have to operate those switches.
- SW4 (Load on Bypass switch) (9)
- SW3 (Maintenance Set button) (10)
- SW5 (TEST Switch): Normal = “Off” side. ()
- SW6 (Error RESET) (11)
7. "Error reset" switch This switch resets errors resulting from alarm conditions.
(Do not operate this switch while inverter and converter are in operation.)
8. RS232C connector (CN45)
9. Bypass manual change-over button (FOR SERVICE PERSONNEL ONLY)
This switch is used to transfer the UPS from inverter to static bypass for maintenance
purposes. Do not operate it under normal operation. Transfers will be lock-out if the bypass
voltage is more than +10%,-10% of nominal.
1) Uninterrupted switching is made at the time of synchronous operation.
Switching is
impossible at the time of asynchronous operation.
2) Return to “Normal” after use.
10. Maintenance (Set) button This switch sets the UPS menu parameters.
11. "Test mode" switch This switch should be operated by Authorized Service Personnel only.
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1.3 Specifications
The UPS name plate displays the rated kVA as well as nominal voltages and
currents. The name plate is located on the interior side of the UPS front door.
TABLE 1.1 Power Specifications
Rated output
Input voltage
Output voltage
Power
3 Φ / 3 wire
3 Φ /3 or 4 wire
100kVA / 80kW
208V, 480V or 600V
208V, 480V or 600V
150kVA / 120kW
208V, 480V or 600V
208V, 480V or 600V
225kVA / 180kW
208V, 480V or 600V
208V, 480V or 600V
300kVA / 270kW
208V, 480V or 600V
480V or 600V
375kVA / 338kW
208V, 480V or 600V
480V or 600V
TABLE 1.2 UPS Module Information
UPS
CABLE
WIDTH
DEPTH
HEIGHT
WEIGHT
HEATING
[kVA]
ENTRY
[in / mm]
[in / mm]
[in / mm]
[lb./ kg]
[kBTU/h]
100
BOTTOM
35.4 / 900
29.9 / 759
79.7 / 2025
1900 / 860
31.0
150
BOTTOM
47.2 / 1200
29.9 / 759
79.7 / 2025
2350 / 1065
45.3
225
BOTTOM
55.1 / 1400
29.9 / 759
79.7 / 2025
3300 / 1495
63.0
300
TOP
94.5 / 2400
38.3 / 974
79.7 / 2025
4950 / 2240
113.8
375
TOP
94.5 / 2400
38.3 / 974
79.7 / 2025
5550 / 2515
149.4
TABLE 1.3 Input Cabinet Information
UPS
INPUT
[kVA] VOLTAGE[V]
CABLE
WIDTH
DEPTH
HEIGHT
WEIGHT
ENTRY
[in / mm]
[in / mm]
[in / mm]
[lb./ kg]
100
480
TOP
36.0 / 910
29.9 / 759
79.7 / 2025
1275 / 580
150
480
TOP
44.0 / 1118
29.9 / 759
79.7 / 2025
1325 / 600
225
480
TOP
44.0 / 1118
29.9 / 759
79.7 / 2025
2000 / 910
300
480
TOP
44.0 / 1176
38.3 / 973
79.7 / 2025
2600 / 1180
375
480
TOP
54.0 / 1320
38.3 / 973
79.7 / 2025
3000 / 1360
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TABLE 1.4 Detail of Specifications
Rated Output kVA
Rated Output kW
Transient Recovery
Voltage Unbalance
Phase Displacement
Inverter Overload
System Overload
Bypass Overload
100
150
225
300
375
80
120
180
270
338
AC INPUT CHARACTERISTICS
3 phase, 3 wire
208 V, 480 V, 600 V +10% ~ -15%
0.98 Typical
60 Hz ± 5%
3% max. at 100% load; 5% max. at 50% load
STATIC BYPASS INPUT
3 phase, 3 or 4 wire
120/208 V, 277/480 V, 346/ 600 V ±10%
60 Hz (±3% Tracking window)
BATTERY
VRLA, Flooded Lead Acid, Nickel Cadmium
Application Specific
360 VDC
290 VDC
176 ~ 185
AC OUTPUT
3 phase, 3 or 4 wire
120/208 V, 277/480 V, 346/ 600 V
±1%
60 Hz
±0.01% in free running mode
0.8 nominal
0.9 nominal
0.8 ~ 1.0 lagging (within output kW rating)
2% maximum THD at 100% Linear Load
5% maximum THD at 100% non-linear load
±2% maximum at 100% load step
±1% maximum at loss or return of AC power
±5% maximum at load transfer to/from static bypass
Less than 1 line cycle
1% maximum at 100% unbalanced load
1% maximum at 100% unbalanced load
125% for 10 minutes; 150% for 1 sec
500% for 2 cycle (with bypass available)
125% for 10 minutes
Withstand Rating
65kA*
Configuration
Voltage
Input Power Factor
Frequency
Reflected Current THD
Configuration
Voltage
Frequency
Type
Ride Through
Nominal Voltage
Minimum Voltage
Number of Cells
Configuration
Voltage
Voltage Stability
Frequency
Frequency Stability
Power Factor
Power Factor range
Voltage THD
Transient Response
Cooling
Operating Temperature
Relative Humidity
Altitude
Location
Paint Color
*:with optional fuses
ENVIRONMENTAL
Forced Air
2° F ~ 104° F (0° C ~ 40° C). Recommended 68° F ~ 86° F
(20° C ~ 30° C)
5% ~ 95% Non Condensing
3300 Feet (1000 meters); 5000 feet @ 0.99 derating
Indoor (free from corrosive gases and dust)
Munsell 5Y7/1 (Beige)
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TABLE 1.5 Rating of Circuit Breakers (MCCB) and Fuses
NUMBER
APPLICATION
OUTPUT CAPACITY OF EQUIPMENT
100kVA
M
CB1
AC input circuit breaker
C
52RC
AC input contactor
150kVA
225kVA
300kVA
375kVA
208V
480V
600V
208V
480V
600V
208V
480V
600V
480V
600V
480V
600V
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
600A
400A
800A
600A
350A
420A
660A
-
-
400A
600A
800A
1200A
1600A
Battery disconnect circuit
C
CB2
breaker
B
CB101
Control circuit breaker
15A
30A
FCU, FCV, FCW,
F
FCX, FCY, FCZ
Converter main circuit fuse
450A
630A
900A
900A
800A
Inverter main circuit fuse
450A
630A
900A
900A
800A
-
-
FIU, FIV, FIW,
U
FIX, FIY, FIZ
(OPTION)
FSU, FSV, FSW
Bypass main circuit fuse
S
FUD1, 2
Control power fuse
DC500V 3A
DC500V 3A
DC500V 3A
DC500V 3A
DC500V 3A
E
FUS1, 2, 3
Bypass input ZNR fuse
AC600V 10A
AC600V 10A
AC600V 10A
AC600V 10A
AC600V 10A
S
FZS1, 2, 3
Bypass input ZNR fuse
AC600V 30A
AC600V 30A
AC600V 30A
AC600V 30A
AC600V 30A
FBS1, 2
CB3 control circuit fuse
AC600V 5A
AC600V 5A
AC600V 5A
AC600V 5A
AC600V 5A
FZC1, 2, 3
AC input ZNR fuse
AC600V 30A
AC600V 30A
AC600V 30A
AC600V 30A
AC600V 30A
450A
-
630A
-
900A
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2.0 OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS
The 9700 Series operator controls and indicators are located as follows:
Circuit breakers and contactors
: Inside the module
UPS status indicators
: Outside of door
FIGURE 2.1 Operation/Display Panel (Front panel)
3
4
5
6
2
1
LOAD ON
INVERTER
BATTERY
OP.
LOAD ON
BYPASS
LOAD ON
BYPASS
LCD
FAILURE
UPS
FAILURE
7
EMRG.STOP
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2.1 LED Display
1) Load on inverter (green)
Turned on when power is supplied from inverter to the critical load.
(Indicates the state of transfer switch "52C" of inverter.)
2) Battery operation (yellow)
Turned on when the battery is operating following an AC power failure..
3) Load on bypass (yellow)
Turned on when power is supplied through bypass to load devices.
(Indicates the state of transfer switch "52S" of bypass.)
4) Overload(yellow)
Turned on when an overload has occurred to the system.
5) LCD failure [ LCD FAIL ](red)
Turned on when an error occurs on the LCD.
6) UPS failure [ UPS FAIL ](red) [Annunciator: intermittent or constant tones]
Turned on when an error occurs on the system. In this case, the details of error are
indicated on the display panel.
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2.3 Liquid Crystal Display (8)
The Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) panel indicates the power flow, measured values,
operational guidance, data record and error messages. The LCD panel is back-lit to
facilitate viewing in different ambient lighting conditions. The LCD will automatically clear if
the keyboard is not activated for 3 minutes. The ERROR indicator is cleared after 24
hours and can be reproduced by pressing any key on the panel.
2.3.1 Menu’s
A) MAIN MENU (FIGURE 2.2)
The LCD panel indicates the power flow, measured values and remote operation mode.
The LCD panel shows the power flow. This allows the user to verify the status of the
UPS Module.
FIGURE 2.2 Main screen
The following will be displayed when the measuring point button on LCD panel is
pressed.
1) Bypass Voltage (FIGURE 2.3)
The voltages displayed are the Bypass input voltages (line-to-line) between phases AB, B-C, C-A and frequency of the Bypass line. Line to neutral voltages A-N, B-N, C-N
are measured on 4 wire systems only.
FIGURE 2.3 Bypass screen
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2) Input Voltage and Current (FIGURE 2.4)
The voltages displayed are the RMS AC input voltages (line-to-line) between phases
A-B, B-C C-A and frequency of the AC input line. The RMS values of Phases A, B
and C currents are also displayed.
FIGURE 2.4 Input screen
3) Output Voltage, Output Current and Trend Graph
The voltages displayed on the LCD include the inverter output voltages A-B, B-C, CA. Line to neutral voltages A-N, B-N, C-N are displayed on 4 wire systems only.
Inverter output frequency is also displayed. (FIGURE 2.5)
The current displayed and the RMS values and Peak Values of Phases A, B, C. Ncurrent (Neutral) is display on a 4 wire system only. (FIGURE 2.6)
The Trend Graph displays the Effective power values and the Reactive power values.
(FIGURE 2.7)
FIGURE 2.5 Output voltage screen
FIGURE 2.6 Output current screen
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FIGURE 2.7 Trend graph screen
4) Battery (FIGURE 2.8)
This displays the charging, discharging or float mode of the battery, battery current
and battery voltage.
FIGURE 2.8 Battery screen
5) Remote / Local Selection (FIGURE 2.9)
The system asks user to select whether the start & stop operation will be performed
by a local or remote operation.
FIGURE 2.9 Remote / Local selection
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B) OPERATION MENU (FIGURE 2.10)
The following will be displayed when the OPERATION MENU button is pressed on
theLCD
FIGURE 2.10 Operation menu screen
1) START-UP MENU
The display indicates the operation from closing circuit breakers to starting the
inverter. When the inverter is started, the display shows the MAIN MENU. When
the display changes, the annunciator sounds 3 times requesting user to perform next
procedure.
2) STOP MENU
The display indicates the operation of how to stop the inverter and to shutdown the
UPS system.
3) EXTERNAL CONTACT INPUT
The input of external contacts is indicated by closed or open contacts.
4) DATA RECORD
Operation data and events is indicated.
5) REPORT
Record data is indicated.
6) SETUP
Time, Remote/Local selection and Equalizing charge are set.
7) SELECT UPS OUTPUT SOURCE
This display is used to transfer the UPS from inverter to static bypass for
maintenance purposes.
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2.3.2 INPUT POWER FAILURE
During an Input Power Failure the UPS will run on the Batteries. The following will be
displayed. The indication of battery operation, load factor, and bar graph.
FIGURE 2.11 Battery Operation Screen
The LCD will display a battery low voltage announcement when battery capacity is
near depletion.
FIGURE 2.12 Battery Low Voltage Screen
The End of Battery Discharge announcement is displayed when the battery end
voltage is reached. At that time, the inverter will perform an electronic shutdown to
prevent battery loss of life typical of extreme deep discharge conditions. The inverter
will automatically restart to power the load and the batteries will be simultaneously
recharged after input power is restored. Details of the End of Battery announcement
is shown in Figure 2.13.
FIGURE 2.13 Discharge Termination Screen
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2.3.3 FAULT INDICATION (FIGURE 2.14)
The display shows a fault code, description of fault and a guidance of what action is to
take place by the user. A maximum of 10 faults are displayed at the same time.
When an input power failure occurs during the fault Indication, the fault indication and
input power failure are alternatively displayed at 5 second intervals.
FIGURE 2.14 Failure indication screen
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2.4 External Signal Terminal Block
The UPS is equipped with a series of input/output terminals for the external annunciation
of alarms and the remote access of certain UPS functions. A functional description of the
input/output port is presented below. Layout of terminals is shown in Figure 2.15
FIGURE 2.15 External Signal Terminal Block
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
EMERGENCY STOP
IN0: REMOTE INVERTER STOP
IN1: REMOTE INVERTER START
IN2: POWER DEMAND
IN3: ASYNCHRONOUS
IN4: BATTERY TEMP. HIGH
IN5: ROOM TEMP. HIGH
OUT0: LOAD ON BYPASS
OUT1: LOAD ON INVERTER
OUT2: BATTERY OPERATION
OUT3: CONVERTER OPERATION
UPS FAILURE
UPS FAILURE
OUT4: BATTERY LOW VOLTAGE
OUT5: OVERLOAD
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A) Output Contacts(for external alarm annunciation)
Output contacts consist of form “A” dry type contacts. Rated value of all output
contacts is 120Vac/0.5Aac or 30Vdc/1Adc. Operate all dry contacts at their rated
values or lower. Figure 2.16 illustrates typical installation. The external relay can also
be a lamp, LED, computer, etc.
FIGURE 2.16 Control Wiring for External Contacts
UPS Cabinet
External to UPS
Cabinet
Terminal
Relay
Coil
Relay
Contact
Terminal
Power
Source
Details of output alarm contacts :
Terminals 22 to 21 "Load on Bypass" contact (OUT0)
Activated when the power is supplied from the static bypass input.
Terminals 24 to 26 "Load on Inverter" contact (OUT1)
Activated when the power is supplied by the inverter.
Terminals 25 to 26 "Battery Operation" contact (OUT2)
Activated when the battery is operating following an AC power failure.
Terminals 27 to 28 “Converter Operation” contact (OUT3)
Activated when the converter is operating.
Terminals 29 to 30 "UPS failure" contact
Activated when a major fault has occurred to the system.
Terminals 31 to 32 "UPS failure" contact
Activated when a major fault has occurred to the system.
Terminals 34 to 33 "Battery Low Voltage" contact (OUT4)
Activated when DC voltage dropped below discharge end during inverter
operation.
Terminals 35 to 34 "Overload" contact (OUT5)
Activated when an overload has occurred to the system.
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NOTE: The UPS is equipped with a selectable output contact feature. The above
alarms are the default settings. Contact MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC
AUTOMATION, INC. for set-up information.
B) Input Contacts(for remote access of UPS)
External contacts are provided by the user of the UPS system. Terminal voltage at
the UPS is 24Vdc. Provide external dry contact accordingly.
NOTE: Do not apply voltage to remote access input terminals. Damage to UPS
may result.
Refer to Figure 2.17 for typical wiring configuration. Although this figure applies to the
remote start/stop terminals, the same wiring arrangement is used for emergency stop;
asynchronous command; power demand; battery temperature high.
FIGURE 2.17 Remote "Start" Contact Connections
UPS Cabinet
External to UPS
Cabinet
Relay
Start
Coil
Start
Switch
Common
24 VDC
Relay Coil current : 8.3mA
Use Momentary Switches
Details of input contacts for remote access :
Terminals 7 to 8
"Emergency Stop" contact input
Used to perform a remote UPS emergency power off (EPO).
The load will be dropped.
Terminals 9 to 10
Remote "Inverter Stop” input terminal (IN0)
Used to stop inverter from a remote location. UPS must be programmed for
remote operation. Refer to Operations Menu for procedure.
Terminals 11 to 12 Remote "Inverter Start” input terminal (IN1)
Used to start inverter from a remote location. UPS must be programmed for
remote operation. Refer to Operations Menu for procedure.
Terminals 13 to 14 "Power Demand Command" contact input (IN2)
Used to control the input current limit to the UPS converter (usually during
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Power demand is turned ON when the contact is
closed. Power demand is turned OFF when the contact is open.
Terminals 15 to 16 "Asynchronous Command" contact input (IN3)
Used to create an asynchronous condition between the static bypass source
and the inverter. Asynchronous condition is enabled when the switch is
closed. Asynchronous condition is disabled when the switch is opened.
Terminals 17 to 18 “BATTERY TEMP. HIGH” contact input (IN4)
Input fed by a thermocouple that monitors battery temperature.
The
converter float voltage level is reduced for battery over-temperature
conditions. Use battery manufacture recommended thermocouple.
Terminals 19 to 20 “ROOM TEMP. HIGH” contact input (IN5)
Input fed by a thermocouple that monitors room temperature.
External thermocouple is user supplied.
NOTE : In all cases, a switch having a plate is recommended in order to reduce
possibility of accidental operation.
2.5 External communication connector
This is a RS232C port for “DiamondLink”. Layout of connector is shown in Figure 2.18.
FIGURE 2.18 External communication connector
CN45
Pin 2. TXD : Transmit data
D-SUB 25Pin
Pin 3. RXD : Receive data
Pin 7. GND : Signal ground
1
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Pin 9. 5VS : DC5V supply
2
3
Pin 10. GND : Ground
4
Pin 11. 5VS : DC5V supply
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
PCB DPAU-ÿÿ
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3.0 INSTALLATION AND OPERATION
3.1 Transportation and Installation
TABLE 3.1 How to transport and install the system
Transportation
Installation
Transport unit with forklift.
Using the holes (4 - 24) pre drilled into the
Use eye bolts (supplied) to carry with
UPS channel base, anchor the unit using
overhead crane.
appropriate hardware.
Note : Do not transport in a horizontal position. Cabinets should be maintained
upright within +/- 15° during handling.
3.2 Installation Procedure
A) Note the load tolerance of the floor
Refer to Table 3.2 for list of weights of UPS’s.
TABLE 3.2 List of UPS weights
UPS Capacity (kVA)
100
150
225
300
375
Weight (lb.)
3060
3810
4960
5890
6620
B) Minimum clearance required for ventilation
Right side
1.0" (25 mm) (not required when sidecars are used)
Left side
1.0" (25 mm) (not required when sidecars are used)
Back side
0.0" (0.0 mm)
Top side
23.6" (600 mm) (for air flow)
C) Space requirement for routine maintenance
Allow the following space at the time of installation.
Front
39.4" (1000 mm)
Sides
0.0" (0.0 mm)
Rear
0.0" (0.0 mm)
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D) External Battery Supply
Please refer to the following when installing batteries:
1.
The customer shall make reference to the battery manufacturer's installation
manual for battery installation and maintenance instructions.
2.
The maximum permitted fault current from the remote battery supply and the
DC voltage rating of the battery supply over-current protective device are
shown in Table 3.3.
TABLE 3.3 Maximum Permitted Fault Current
UPS CAPACITY
DC VOLTAGE
MAXIMUM PERMITTED
(kVA)
RATING (V)
FAULT CURRENT (A)
100
360
35000
150
360
25000
225
360
25000
300
360
25000
375
360
25000
3.3 Procedure for Cable Connections
A)
Required metric tools – 19mm wrench, 19mm socket.
B)
Confirm the capacity of the UPS being installed.
Identify the input/output power
terminal blocks as shown in the appropriate Figure 3.1 through Figures 3.2-a~h.
C)
Connect the internal control wire and power wire.
i)
Control wire Inter-connect
a)
AC input cabinet (300, 375kVA only)
(1) CB1-UVR to terminal 45, 46 in bypass cabinet section.
(2) CB1 Alarm to terminal 43, 44 in bypass cabinet section.
(3) CB1 Auxiliary connect to terminal 41, 42 in bypass cabinet section.
(4) Input transformer Over-temperature to terminal 52, 54 in bypass cabinet
section.
(5) Control power A, B, C phases (Terminal block) to A00, B00, C00 in
UPS converter section.
b)
DC breaker cabinet or battery cabinet
(1) CB2-UVR to terminal 59, 60 (300, 375kVA) / 5, 6 (100, 150, 225kVA) in
bypass cabinet section.
(2) CB2 Alarm to terminal 57, 58 (300, 375kVA) / 1, 2 (100, 150, 225kVA)
in bypass cabinet section.
(3) CB2 Auxiliary to terminal 55, 56 (300, 375kVA) / 3, 4 (100, 150,
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225kVA) in bypass cabinet section.
ii)
Power wire Inter-connect
a)
Output of transformer cabinet
(1) X1 (A-phase) to A10 bus bar in UPS converter section.
(2) X2 (B-phase) to B10 bus bar in UPS converter section.
(3) X3 (C-phase) to C10 bus bar in UPS converter section.
b)
DC Input to UPS
(1) Positive cable to BP bus bar in UPS converter section.
(2) Negative cable to NP bus bar in UPS converter section.
D)
Connect the grounding conductor from the input service entrance to the UPS ground
bar.
E)
Two (2) sources feeding the UPS:
i)
Connect the converter input power cables from the input service entrance to the
converter input power terminals identified as A00, B00, C00 or A10, B10, C10 in
Figures 3.2-a~h.
Input cables must be sized for an ampacity larger than the
maximum input drawn by the converter. Refer to Table 3.4 for recommended
cable sizes.
ii)
Confirm that an external bypass input circuit breaker (MCCB) is installed (refer to
WARNING 2). Connect the bypass input power cables from the input service
entrance to the bypass input power terminals identified as A40, B40, C40 and N40
in Figures 3.2-a~h. Bypass input cables must be sized for an ampacity larger
than the maximum output current capacity of the UPS. Refer to Table 3.4 for
recommended cable sizes.
F)
One (1) source feeding the UPS:
i)
Confirm that an external input circuit breaker sized to protect both the converter
input and the bypass lines is installed. Consult equipment nameplate for current
ratings. Connect the bypass input power cables from the input service entrance
to the bypass input power terminals identified as A40, B40, C40 and N40 in
Figures 3.2-a~h. Input cables must be sized for an ampacity larger than the
maximum current capacity of the UPS. Refer to Table 3.4 for recommended
cable sizes.
ii)
Using adequately sized conductors per Table 3.4 and referring to the appropriate
figure identified in Figures 3.2-a~h, jumper bypass terminals A40, B40, C40 to
converter input power A00, B00, C00 or A10, B10, C10 identified Figures 3.2-a~h.
G)
Referring to Figures 3.2-a~h, connect UPS load terminals A50, B50, C50 and N50 to
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load distribution panel. Refer to Table 3.4 for cable sizes.
H)
Connect external signal terminal block as needed. Refer to section 2.4 and Figure
2.15 for functional description. 12 AWG, or less, shielded conductor is recommended.
NOTES: 1. Confirm that all UPS internal contactors(breakers) "CB1", "CB2", and
"CB3" are open before energizing UPS.
2. UPS power terminals are supplied with bus bar and hardware (12mm
diameter Nut/Bolt assembly). It is recommended that compression lugs be
used to fasten all input/output power cables.
Refer to Table 3.5 for
recommended compression lugs and appropriate crimping tool.
3. If three wire source for input and bypass input is utilized, the neutral
conductor is the UPS must be banded to ground.
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Table 3.4 Recommended cable size and torque requirements
kVA
Capacity
100kVA
150kVA
225kVA
300kVA
Input
Voltage
208V
Output
Voltage
208V
480V
480V
600V
600V
208V
208V
480V
480V
600V
600V
208V
208V
480V
480V
600V
600V
208V
480V
480V
375kVA
600V
600V
208V
480V
480V
600V
600V
Input Side * 1, 2
Cable
Torque
Size
in. lbs.
300 MCM
347 - 469
or larger
in. lbs.
1/0 AWG
200 - 269
or larger
in. lbs.
3 AWG
200 - 269
or larger
in. lbs.
600 MCM
347 - 469
or larger
in. lbs.
3/0 AWG
347 - 469
or larger
in. lbs.
1/0 AWG
347 - 469
or larger
in. lbs.
2x350 MCM
347 - 469
or larger
in. lbs.
300 MCM
347 - 469
or larger
in. lbs.
4/0 AWG
347 - 469
or larger
in. lbs.
3x350 MCM
347 - 469
or larger
in. lbs.
600 MCM
347 - 469
or larger
in. lbs.
400 MCM
347 - 469
or larger
in. lbs.
3x500 MCM
347 - 469
or larger
in. lbs.
2x250 MCM
347 - 469
or larger
in. lbs.
600 MCM
347 - 469
or larger
in. lbs.
Output Side
Cable
Size
300 MCM
or larger
1/0 AWG
or larger
3 AWG
or larger
600 MCM
or larger
3/0 AWG
or larger
1/0 AWG
or larger
2x350 MCM
or larger
300 MCM
or larger
4/0 AWG
or larger
500 MCM
or larger
500 MCM
or larger
300 MCM
or larger
700 MCM
or larger
700 MCM
or larger
500 MCM
or larger
* 1, 2
Torque
in. lbs.
347 - 469
in. lbs.
200 - 269
in. lbs.
200 - 269
in. lbs.
347 - 469
in. lbs.
347 - 469
in. lbs.
347 - 469
in. lbs.
347 - 469
in. lbs.
347 - 469
in. lbs.
347 - 469
in. lbs.
347 - 469
in. lbs.
347 - 469
in. lbs.
347 - 469
in. lbs.
347 - 469
in. lbs.
347 - 469
in. lbs.
347 - 469
in. lbs.
Bypass Side
Cable
Size
300 MCM
or larger
1/0 AWG
or larger
3 AWG
or larger
600 MCM
or larger
3/0 AWG
or larger
1/0 AWG
or larger
2x350 MCM
or larger
300 MCM
or larger
4/0 AWG
or larger
500 MCM
or larger
500 MCM
or larger
300 MCM
or larger
700 MCM
or larger
700 MCM
or larger
500 MCM
or larger
*1 - Voltage drop across power cables not to exceed 2% of nominal source voltage
*2 - Allowable ampacities based on 90 *C insulation at an ambient temperature of 30 *C
Not more than 3 conductors in a raceway without derating.
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in. lbs.
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in. lbs.
200 - 269
in. lbs.
200 - 269
in. lbs.
347 - 469
in. lbs.
347 - 469
in. lbs.
347 - 469
in. lbs.
347 - 469
in. lbs.
347 - 469
in. lbs.
347 - 469
in. lbs.
347 - 469
in. lbs.
347 - 469
in. lbs.
347 - 469
in. lbs.
347 - 469
in. lbs.
347 - 469
in. lbs.
347 - 469
in. lbs.
DC Input Side
Cable
Size
250 MCM
or larger
250 MCM
or larger
250 M]
or larger
500 MCM
or larger
500 MCM
or larger
500 MCM
or larger
2x300 MCM
or larger
2x300 MCM
or larger
2x300 MCM
or larger
2x600 MCM
or larger
2x600 MCM
or larger
2x600 MCM
or larger
3x400 MCM
or larger
3x400 MCM
or larger
3x400 MCM
or larger
* 1, 2
Torque
in. lbs.
347 - 469
in. lbs.
200 - 269
in. lbs.
200 - 269
in. lbs.
347 - 469
in. lbs.
347 - 469
in. lbs.
347 - 469
in. lbs.
347 - 469
in. lbs.
347 - 469
in. lbs.
347 - 469
in. lbs.
347 - 469
in. lbs.
347 - 469
in. lbs.
347 - 469
in. lbs.
347 - 469
in. lbs.
347 - 469
in. lbs.
347 - 469
in. lbs.
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TABLE 3.5 Crimp Type Compression Lug
WIRE
SIZE
(CODE)
2
WIRE
STRAND
CLASS
B
1
I
B
1/0
I
B
2/0
I
B
3/0
I
B
4/0
I
B
250 MCM
I
B
300 MCM
I
B
350 MCM
I
B
400 MCM
I
B
500 MCM
I
B
600 MCM
I
B
750 MCM
I
B
1000
MCM
I
B
I
RECOMMENDATION
VENDOR
BURNDY
ILSCO
BURNDY
BURNDY
ILSCO
BURNDY
BURNDY
ILSCO
BURNDY
BURNDY
ILSCO
BURNDY
BURNDY
ILSCO
BURNDY
BURNDY
ILSCO
BURNDY
BURNDY
ILSCO
BURNDY
BURNDY
ILSCO
BURNDY
BURNDY
ILSCO
BURNDY
BURNDY
ILSCO
BURNDY
BURNDY
ILSCO
BURNDY
BURNDY
ILSCO
BURNDY
BURNDY
ILSCO
BURNDY
BURNDY
ILSCO
BURNDY
CAT. NO.
YA2C
CRB-2L
YA1C-LB
YA1C
CRA-1L
YA25-LB
YA25
CRA-1/OL
YA25-LB
YA26
CRA-2/OL
YA27-LB
YA27
CRB-3/OL
YA28-LB
YA28
CRB-4/OL
YA29-LB
YA29
CRA-250L
YA30-LB
YA30
CRA-30OL
YA32-LB
YA31
CRA-350L
YA34-LB
YA32
CRA-40OL
YA34-LB
YA34
CRA-500L
YA38-LB
YA36
-----YA39-LB
YA39
CRA-750L
YA44-LB
YA44
CRA-1000L
-------
CRIMP TOOL REQUIRED
BURNDY TYPE Y35 OR Y46
COLOR KEY
DIE INDEX
BROWN
10
BROWN
10
GREEN
11 / 375
GREEN
11 / 375
GREEN
11 / 375
PINK
12 / 348
PINK
12 / 348
PINK
12 / 348
BLACK
13
BLACK
13
BLACK
13
ORANGE
14 / 101
ORANGE
14 / 101
ORANGE
14 / 101
PURPLE
15
PURPLE
15
PURPLE
15
YELLOW
16
YELLOW
16
YELLOW
16
WHITE
17 / 298
WHITE
17 / 298
WHITE
17 / 298
RED
18 / 324
RED
18 / 324
RED
18 / 324
BLUE
19 / 470
BLUE
19 / 470
BLUE
19 / 470
BROWN
20 / 299
BROWN
20 / 299
BROWN
20 / 299
GREEN
22 / 472
GREEN
22 / 472
-----------PINK
300
BLACK
24 / 473
BLACK
24 / 473
WHITE
27
WHITE
27
WHITE
27
------------
NOTE: When using crimp type lugs, the lugs should be crimped to the specifications
given in the manufacturer's instructions for both crimp tool and lug.
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Fig.3.1-1 UPS Terminal Designation (100, 150, 225kVA)
AC Bypass
Input
Terminals:
A40,B40,C40, N60
Static Transfer
Switch
CB3
52S
CB1
AC input
Terminals:
A10,B10,C10
52C
Terminals:
BP, BN
Output
Terminals:
A50,B50,C5
0, N60
CB2
Battery cabinet
UPS Module
Fig.3.1-2 UPS Terminal Designation (300, 375kVA)
AC Bypass
Input
Terminals:
A40,B40,C40, N40
AC input
Terminals:
A00,B00,C00
Static Transfer
Switch
CB3
52S
CB1
Output
A10 - C10
52C
Terminals:
BP, BN
Input cabinet
Battery cabinet
CB2
UPS Module
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Fig. 3.2-a-1 Diagram of input/output bus bars and terminal blocks (100kVA UPS, Input voltage 208VAC)
Location of bus bars and terminal blocks
H=79.7”’(2025mm)
Detailed Terminals
Power Terminals use 5/8” (15mm) Diameter bolts.
D=30.5””(774mm)
35.4’’ (900mm)
UPS module
UPS module
AC
Input
A10,B10,C10
AC
Output
A50,B50,C50
AC Input
A10 B10 C10
DC Input
Bypass Input
BN
A40 B40 C40 N60
BP
External
wiring block
Battery
Input
BN, BP
Bypass
Input
A40,B40,C40,N60
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Fig. 3.2-a-2 Diagram of Power Wire & Control Wire Inter-Connect (100kVA UPS, Input voltage 208VAC)
DC circuit breaker
UVR
Auxiliary
Alarm
ONegative
⊕Positive
BN
BP
External signal terminal
6 5 4 3 2 1
UPS module
Wall mounted DC breaker
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Fig. 3.2-b-1 Diagram of input/output bus bars and terminal blocks (100kVA UPS, Input voltage 480VAC)
Location of bus bars and terminal blocks
H=79.7’’(2025mm)
Detailed Terminals
Power Terminals use 5/8” (15mm) Diameter bolts.
D=30.5”(774mm)
71.4’’ (1810mm)
UPS module
Input
cabinet
Input
cabinet
UPS module
AC Input
A00 B00 C00
AC
Input
A00,B00,C00
AC
Output
A50,B50,C50
DC input
Bypass Input
AC input
BN
BP
External
wiring block
Battery
Input
BN, BP
Bypass
Input
A40,B40,C40,N60
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Fig. 3.2-b-2 Diagram of Power Wire & Control Wire Inter-Connect (100kVA UPS, Input voltage 480VAC)
DC circuit breaker
UVR
Auxiliary
Alarm
ONegative
⊕Positive
BN
X1 X2 X3
A10 B10 C10
BP
External signal terminal
6 5 4 3 2 1
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Fig. 3.2-c-1 Diagram of input/output bus bars and terminal blocks (150kVA UPS, Input voltage 208VAC)
Location of bus bars and terminal blocks
Detailed Terminals
H=79.7’’(2025mm) Power Terminals use 5/8” (15mm) Diameter bolts.
D=30.5”(774mm)
47.2’’ (1200mm)
UPS module
UPS module
AC
Input
A10,B10,C10
AC
Output
A50,B50,C50
AC Input
A10 B10 C10
DC Input
Bypass Input
BN
A40 B40 C40 N60
BP
External
wiring block
Battery
Input
BN, BP
Bypass
Input
A40,B40,C40,N60
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Fig. 3.2-c-2 Diagram of Power Wire & Control Wire Inter-Connect (150kVA UPS, Input voltage 208VAC)
DC circuit breaker
6
5
4
3
2
1
External signal terminal
UVR
Auxiliary
Alarm
ONegative
⊕Positive
BN
BP
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Fig. 3.2-d-1 Diagram of input/output bus bars and terminal blocks (150kVA UPS, Input voltage 480VAC)
Location of bus bars and terminal blocks
H=79.7’’(2025mm)
Detailed Terminals
Power Terminals use 5/8” (15mm) Diameter bolts.
D=30.5”(774mm)
91.2’’ (2320mm)
Input
cabinet
Input
cabinet
UPS module
UPS module
AC Input
A00 B00 C00
AC
Input
A00,B00,C00
AC Output
A50,B50,C50
DC Input
BN
BP
External
wiring block
Battery
Input
BN, BP
Bypass Input
A40,B40,C40,N60
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Fig. 3.2-d-2 Diagram of Power Wire & Control Wire Inter-Connect (150kVA UPS, Input voltage 480VAC)
DC circuit breaker
6
5
4
3
2
1
External signal terminal
X1 X2 X3
UVR
Auxiliary
Alarm
ONegative
⊕Positive
BN
A10 B10 C10
BP
Input transformer
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Fig. 3.2-e-1 Diagram of input/output bus bars and terminal blocks (225kVA UPS, Input voltage 208VAC)
Location of bus bars and terminal blocks
Detailed Terminals
H=79.7’’(2025mm) Power Terminals use 5/8” (15mm) Diameter bolts.
D=30.5”(774mm)
55.1’’ (1400mm)
UPS module
UPS module
AC
Input
A10,B10,C10
External
wiring block
Battery
Input
BN, BP
AC
Output
A50,B50,C50
AC Input
AC Output
Bypass Input
A10 B10 C10
A50 B50 C50
A40 B40 C40 N60
Bypass
Input
A40,B40,C40,N60
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Fig. 3.2-e-2 Diagram of Power Wire & Control Wire Inter-Connect (225kVA UPS, Input voltage 208VAC)
DC circuit breaker
6
5
4
3
2
1
External signal terminal
UVR
Auxiliary
Alarm
⊕Positive
ONegative
BN BP
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Wall mounted DC breaker
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Fig. 3.2-f-1 Diagram of input/output bus bars and terminal blocks (225kVA UPS, Input voltage 480VAC)
Location of bus bars and terminal blocks
Detailed Terminals
H=79.7’’(2025mm)
Power Terminals use 5/8” (15mm) Diameter bolts.
D=30.5”(774mm)
99.1’’ (2520mm)
UPS module
Input
cabinet
Input
cabinet
UPS module
AC Input
A00 B00 C00
AC
Input
A00,B00,C00
Battery
Input
BN, BP
External
wiring block
AC
Output
A50,B50,C50
AC Output
Bypass Input
A50 B50 C50
A40 B40 C40 N60
Bypass
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A40,B40,C40,N60
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Fig. 3.2-f-2 Diagram of Power Wire & Control Wire Inter-Connect (225kVA UPS, Input voltage 480VAC)
DC circuit breaker
6
5
4
3
2
1
External signal terminal
X1 X2 X3
A10 B10 C10
UVR
Auxiliary
Alarm
⊕Positive
ONegative
BN BP
Input transformer
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Fig. 3.2-g-1 Diagram of input/output bus bars and terminal blocks (300kVA UPS)
Location of bus bars and terminal blocks
Detailed Terminals
H=79.7’’(2025mm) Power Terminals use 5/8” (15mm) Diameter bolts.
D=38.4”(974mm)
Input cabinet
UPS module
DC Input
138.5’’ (3518mm)
BP BN
Input
cabinet
UPS module
Battery
Input
BP, BN
External
wiring block
Bypass
Input
A40,B40,
C40,N40
AC Input
A00 B00 C00
Bypass Input
N40 A40 B40 C40
AC Output
AC Input
A00,B00,C00
AC
Output
A50,B50,
C50,N50
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Fig. 3.2-g-2 Diagram of Power Wire & Control Wire Inter-Connect (300kVA UPS)
CB1
UVR
Alarm
A00
A00
B00
B00
C00
C00
BP BN
Auxiliary
A10
B10
C10
54
60
59
52
58
46
57
45
56
44
55
43
42
41
External signal terminal
Positive
Bus Bar
Negative
Bus Bar
DC circuit breaker
UVR
Alarm
X1 X2 X3
Auxiliary
Input transformer
Input Cabinet
UPS module
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Fig. 3.2-h-1 Diagram of input/output bus bars and terminal blocks (375kVA UPS)
Location of bus bars and terminal blocks
Detailed Terminals
H=79.7’’(2025mm) Power Terminals use 5/8” (15mm) Diameter bolts.
D=38.4”(974mm)
Input cabinet
138.5’’ (3518mm)
Input
cabinet
UPS module
Battery
Input
BP, BN
AC Input
A00,B00,C00
UPS module
DC Input
BP BN
External
wiring block
Bypass
Input
A40,B40,
C40,N40
AC Input
A00 B00 C00
AC
Output
A50,B50,
C50,N50
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Fig. 3.2-h-2 Diagram of Power Wire & Control Wire Inter-Connect (375kVA UPS)
CB1
UVR
Alarm
A00
A00
B00
B00
C00
C00
BP BN
Auxiliary
A10
B10
C10
54
60
59
52
58
46
57
45
56
44
55
43
42
41
External signal terminal
Positive
Bus Bar
Negative
Bus Bar
DC circuit breaker
UVR
Alarm
X1 X2 X3
Auxiliary
Input transformer
Input Cabinet
UPS module
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3.4 Operating Procedures
A) UPS Start-up Procedure
1.
Verify that the External Bypass input Circuit Breaker(user supplied. Refer to warning
2) is closed.
2.
Close Control Circuit Breaker (CB101).
3.
After a few seconds, an audible annunciator will sound and the AC Input Circuit
Contactor (CB1) will automatically close.
4.
The audible annunciator will sound and the instruction “RESET CB2” will be
displayed on the Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) panel.
5.
Reset the Battery Disconnect Circuit Breaker (CB2). To reset CB2, press the handle
down until the handle stays in the off position.
6.
Close the Battery Disconnect Circuit Breaker (CB2).
7.
The audible annunciator will sound and the instruction "PRESS START / STOP KEY"
will be displayed on the LCD panel. ( Figure 3.3)
8.
Press the "Inverter Start" key in the START/STOP menu on the LCD panel. (Figure
3.4)
FIGURE 3.3 START-UP MENU
9.
FIGURE 3.4 INVERTER START/STOP
When the message "LOCAL" is displayed on the LCD panel, the inverter start
operation can only be performed locally at the UPS front panel. When the message
"REMOTE" is displayed on the LCD pane, the inverter start operation can be started
by remote operation only. Lock-out of one inverter start mode is inherent and cannot
be.
10. If a local inverter start operation is required (at the UPS), select "Local" in
"Remote/Local" function via the Operation menu. Select “LOCAL” mode.
11. Within five (5) seconds, the Inverter will start-up and begin supplying power to the
critical load.
12. If power is not supplied to the load, follow the instructions on the LCD panel.
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B) UPS Shutdown Procedure
1.
If a total UPS shutdown is required, verify that the critical load is OFF.
2.
Select "STOP MENU" from the Operations menu.
3.
Press the "INVERTER STOP" key in the START/STOP menu on the LCD panel. The
UPS will transfer the load to the static bypass line.
4.
When the "LOCAL" is displayed on the LCD panel, the operation can be performed at
the UPS front panel. When the "REMOTE is displayed on the LCD pane, the Inverter
can be stopped by remote operation only. If the inverter stop operation is required
locally (at the UPS), select to "LOCAL" from the "Remote/Local" selection in the
Operations menu. Select “Local” mode.
5.
Generally, the Inverter alone will be stopped and the Converter will remain energized
to float-charge the batteries.
6.
If stopping the Converter is required, The operation instruction “TURN OFF CB2” will
be displayed on the LCD panel.
7.
Open the Battery Disconnect circuit breaker (CB2) manually.
The operation
instruction “TURN OFF CB101” will be displayed on the LCD panel.
WARNING : Verify the load is OFF if the next step is to be performed.
8.
Open the control circuit breaker (CB101).
9.
Open the AC Input circuit contactor (CB1) automatically.
NOTE : Power to the critical load is supplied through the static bypass line. Power to
the critical will be lost after execution of the next step. The load will drop.
10. If turning off all power to critical load is desired, open the Bypass input Circuit
Breaker(MCCB inside the user’s cabinet) manually.
11. Contactor CB3 will open automatically.
CAUTION : All UPS power terminals are still live. Lethal voltages present. De-
energize all external sources of AC and DC voltages before handling UPS.
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4.0 RESPONSE TO UPS FAILURE
UPS FAULT
Depress Silence Alarm Key on MAIN menu.
Annunciator Silence
Refer to the list of fault codes for the description of the
Recording of Fault
error.
Take necessary action per the guidance on the display.
Primary Action
When faults occur continuously contact the Authorized
Information to Service Center
Mitsubishi Service Representative or call Mitsubishi at
1-800-887-7830.
Note
The error code indicated on the LCD display panel at the time of UPS alarm
condition is very important. In order to reduce repair time, please include this
information, along with the operation status and load status, on all
correspondence with Mitsubishi’s field service group.
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5.0 PARTS REPLACEMENT
Contact Mitsubishi or its Authorized Service Center on all issues regarding the
replacement of parts.
A) Battery
Battery lifetime may vary according to the frequency of use and the average ambient
operating temperature. Battery end of life is defined as the state of charge resulting in
an ampere-hour capacity less than, or equal to, 80% of nominal capacity. Replace
battery if capacity is within this percentage.
B)
UPS Component Parts
Contact Mitsubishi or its Authorized Service Center for a complete parts replacement
schedule.
environment.
Recommended replacement time interval varies with operating
Contact Mitsubishi or its Authorized Service Center for application
specific recommendations.
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6.0 FAULT CODES
This section covers the fault codes, their description and required action.
At time of error :
A) Verify and record the occurrence of the alarm. Note details of alarm message on
the LCD display panel.
Contact Mitsubishi Electric Automation, Inc. at 1-800-887-7830.
B) If a circuit breaker (MCCB) is in the trip state, depress the toggle to reset the
breaker before closing it again.
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Fault Code List
Note 11.
Code
indication
UF003
Note 1
Status massage
SENSOR ABNORMAL
UF052
CB1 TRIPPED
UF053
CB1 ABNORMAL
CONVERTER
OVERTEMPERATURE
UF058
COOLING FAN
ABNORMAL
Note 3
Note 4
External
send-out
contact
Failure
lamp
Code No.
1
[2]
Major
Lit up
64
1
[2]
Major
Lit up
1
Input circuit breaker CB1 has tripped
1
[1]
Minor
Flicker
97
Input circuit breaker CB1 abnormal
1
[1]
Minor
Flicker
96
1
[1]
Minor
Flicker
192
Overheating of converter circuit parts
1
[1]
Minor
Flicker
194
Abnormality of cooling fan (converter circuit)
1
[1]
Minor
Flicker
193
1
[1]
Minor
Flicker
198
Converter
input
abnormality
current
sensor
circuit
CONVERTER OVERLOAD Converter input overcurrent
UF057
UF059
Guidance Buzzer
CONVERTER ABNORMAL Preliminary charge impossible
UF007
UF056
Contents
Note 2
CONVERTER ABNORMAL Converter control circuit abnormality
UF102
DC OVERVOLTAGE
Overvoltage of DC voltage
1
[2]
Major
Lit up
5
UF103
DC UNDERVOLTAGE
Low voltage of DC voltage
1
[2]
Major
Lit up
6
UF105
SENSOR ABNORMAL
DC voltage sensor circuit abnormality
1
[2]
Major
Lit up
2
UF106
DC CAPACITANCE
ABNORMAL
Electrolytic capacitor abnormality
1
[2]
Major
Lit up
77
1
[2]
Major
Lit up
66
2
[1]
Minor
Flicker
116
UF107
UF151
Battery disconnect circuit breaker CB2
abnormal
Does not return to float voltage after power
DC VOLTAGE ABNORMAL
supply is resumed (24 hours)
CB2 ABNORMAL
UF152
DC VOLTAGE ABNORMAL
Does not return to equalizing voltage after
power supply is resumed
2
[1]
Minor
Flicker
117
UF153
CB2 TRIPPED
Battery disconnect circuit breaker CB2 has
tripped.
1
[1]
Minor
Flicker
100
CB2 TRIPPED (BATTERY Battery temperature abnormality (UF157) lasted
OVERTEMPERATURE) a long time (Note 6)
1
[1]
Minor
Note 5
Flicker
107
2
[1]
Minor
Note 5
Flicker
106
2
[1]
Minor
Note 5
Flicker
105
UF156
UF157
UF158
(Note10)
BATTERY
OVERTEMPERATURE
Battery temperature abnormality
BATTERY LIQUID LEVEL
Battery solution level drop (Note 7)
LOW
UF159
DC GROUND FAULT
Grounding of DC circuit
1
[1]
Minor
Flicker
112
UF160
SENSOR ABNORMAL
Sensor abnormality of battery circuit
1
[1]
Minor
Flicker
114
2
[1]
Minor
Flicker
196
UF161
CB2 TRIPPED (DC
Does not return to float voltage after power
VOLTAGE ABNORMAL) supply is resumed (48 hours) (Note 6)
UF162
BATTERY ABNORMAL
UF201
INVERTER
OVERVOLTAGE
Output overvoltage during inverter power supply
(+ 15%)
1
[2]
Major
Lit up
12
UF202
INVERTER
UNDERVOLTAGE
Output low voltage during inverter supply (15%)
1
[2]
Major
Lit up
13
UF203
INVERTER
OVERCURRENT
Inverter output overcurrent
1
[2]
Major
Lit up
26
UF209
52C ABNORMAL
52C not turned ON
1
[2]
Major
Lit up
75
UF210
52C ABNORMAL
52C not turned OFF
1
[2]
Major
Lit up
76
UF212
FAN ABNORMAL
Fan power source abnormality during operation
1
[2]
Major
Lit up
65
UF213
INVERTER OR
CONVERTER
OVERTEMPERATURE
Overheating of main circuit parts
1
[2]
Major
Lit up
69
UF214
COOLING FAN
ABNORMAL
Abnormality of cooling fan inside panel
1
[2]
Major
Lit up
67
UF215
FREQUENT OVERLOAD!
Load switching was made frequently during
overload
4
[2]
Major
Note5
Lit up
86
UF216
SENSOR ABNORMAL
Inverter output current sensor abnormality
1
[2]
Major
Lit up
11
Battery abnormal detected by battery self test.
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UF254
88C ABNORMAL
Fan power source abnormality during operation
1
[1]
Minor
Flicker
197
UF255
52C ABNORMAL
52C turned OFF during inverter power supply
1
[1]
Minor
Flicker
128
UF256
OUTPUT VOLTAGE
ABNORMAL
Inverter output voltage fell out of +/- 5%
1
[1]
Minor
Flicker
109
UF257
52C ABNORMAL
52C not turned OFF when manual transfer
1
[1]
Minor
Flicker
98
UF301
UPS CONTROL CIRCUIT
Control microcomputer abnormality
ERROR
1
[2]
Major
Lit up
19
UF302
UPS CONTROL CIRCUIT
Control microcomputer abnormality
ERROR
1
[2]
Major
Lit up
28
UF303
UPS CONTROL CIRCUIT
Control microcomputer abnormality
ERROR
1
[2]
Major
Lit up
29
UF304
UPS CONTROL CIRCUIT
Control microcomputer abnormality
ERROR
1
[2]
Major
Lit up
31
UF305
UPS CONTROL CIRCUIT
Control circuit abnormality
ERROR
1
[2]
Major
Lit up
21
UF306
UPS CONTROL CIRCUIT
Control power source circuit abnormality
ERROR
1
[2]
Major
Lit up
16
1
[2]
Major
Lit up
83
UF309
INVERTER VOLTAGE
ABNORMAL
Inverter output voltage
inverter power supply
abnormality before
UF351
CONTROL FUSE BLOWN Battery circuit's fuse burnt
1
[1]
Minor
Flicker
115
UF352
SUPPLY OF CONTROL
Control circuit abnormality
CIRCUIT ABNORMAL
1
[1]
Minor
Flicker
111
UF355
(Note10)
UPS CONTROL CIRCUIT
Control circuit abnormality
ERROR
1
[1]
Minor
Flicker
130
UF356
UPS CONTROL CIRCUIT
Control circuit abnormality
ERROR
1
[1]
Minor
Flicker
123
UF357
"INVERTER START "
BUTTON ABNORMAL
"INVERTER START" button is abnormal (Local)
1
[1]
Minor
Flicker
124
UF358
"INVERTER STOP "
BUTTON ABNORMAL
"INVERTER STOP" button is abnormal (Local)
1
[1]
Minor
Flicker
125
UF359
"INVERTER SUPPLY"
BUTTON ABNORMAL
"INVERTER SUPPLY" button is abnormal
1
[1]
Minor
Flicker
126
UF360
"BYPASS SUPPLY"
BUTTON ABNORMAL
"BYPASS SUPPLY" button is abnormal
1
[1]
Minor
Flicker
127
UPS CONTROL CIRCUIT
52S control circuit abnormality (Note 8)
ERROR
1
[1]
Minor
Flicker
195
UF362
UF401
52S ABNORMAL
52S not turned ON, or 52S turned ON without
any command
1
[2]
Major
Lit up
84
UF402
52S ABNORMAL
52S not turned OFF, or 52S turned OFF without
any command
1
[2]
Major
Lit up
85
UF451
52S ABNORMAL
52S not turned ON, or 52S turned ON without
any command when manual transfer
1
[1]
Minor
Flicker
99
3
[1]
Note 5
239
3
[1]
Note 5
161
Phase rotation is inverted when input voltage is
normal
3
[1]
Note 5
236
Battery abnormal (External input)
1
[1]
Note 5
238
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE
Temp. abnormality in room where installed
ABNORMAL
11
[1]
UA806
INVERTER OVERLOAD >
Overload exceeded 105% (Note 9)
100%
4
[1]
Over
Flicker
216
UA807
INVERTER OVERLOAD >
Overload exceeded 110% (Note 9)
110%
4
[1]
Over
Flicker
217
UA808
INVERTER OVERLOAD >
Overload exceeded 125% (Note 9)
125%
4
[1]
Over
Flicker
218
UA809
INVERTER OVERLOAD >
Overload exceeded 150% (Note 9)
150%
4
[1]
Over
Flicker
219
4
[1]
Over
Flicker
220
5
[1]
Note 5
UA801
UA802
AC INPUT VOLTAGE OUT
AC input voltage fell out of +/- 18% range
OF RANGE
AC INPUT FREQUENCY Ac input frequency fell out of
synchronization follow-up range
OUT OF RANGE
UA803
AC INPUT PHASE
ROTATION ERROR
UA804
(Note10)
BATTERY ABNORMAL
UA805
(Note10)
UA810
UA811
OVERLOAD
converter
Momentary over-current during Inverter power.
BYPASS VOLTAGE OUT Bypass voltage fell out of +/- 15% range at
OF RANGE
manual transfer
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UA812
UA813
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BYPASS VOLTAGE OUT
Bypass voltage fell out of +/- 20% range
OF RANGE
BYPASS PHASE
ROTATION ERROR
Phase rotation is inverted when bypass voltage
is normal
BYPASS FREQUENCY Bypass frequency fell out
OUT OF RANGE
synchronization follow-up range
of
inverter
5
[1]
5
[1]
5
[1]
Note 5
231
242
Minor
Note 5
243
UA816
EXTENDED BYPASS
OPERATION
Bypass power supply continued for many hours
UA817
EMERGENCY STOP
ACTIVATED
Emergency stop applied
13
[2]
UA819
REMOTE SWITCH
ON(START)
There is an error with the remote start switch.
12
[1]
229
UA820
REMOTE SWITCH
ON(STOP)
There is an error with the remote stop switch.
12
[1]
230
5
[1]
249
[1]
246
UA821
UA822
UPS STOPPED
(TRANSFER INHIBITED - Transfer cannot be permitted because Bypass
INVERTER AND BYPASS voltage abnormal
ASYNCHRONOUS)
GENERATOR OPERATION
Transfer cannot be permitted
, INHIBITED BYPASS
Generator operation contact is ON
OPERATION
[1]
because
244
Minor
Flicker
232
UA823
CB1 OFF
AC input circuit breaker CB1 turned OFF
6
[1]
224
UA824
CB2 OFF
Battery disconnect circuit breaker CB2 turned
OFF
7
[1]
225
UA826
CB101 OFF
Control power source breaker CB101 turned
OFF during inverter operation
8
[1]
226
UA827
52C NOT PERMITTED
"52C PERMISSION" switch turned to OFF
9
[1]
233
UA830
AC INPUT
UNDERVOLTAGE
AC input voltage fell out of - 10% range
3
[1]
234
10
[1]
245
INTERRUPTED
TRANSFER OCCURRED When transfer to the bypass supply, occurs
WHEN TRANSFERRING interrupted transfer.
TO BYPASS SOURCE
5
[1]
248
DC voltage dropped below discharge end
during inverter operation
10
[2]
UA831
UA832
UA834
UA835
EMERGENCY BYPASS Emergency
bypass
SWITCH ON
<Emergency>
BATTERY DEPLETED
switch
turned
to
UPS STOPPED
(TRANSFER INHIBITED - Transfer cannot be permitted because Bypass
voltage is abnormal
BYPASS INPUT
ABNORMAL)
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(Note 1) Numbered guidance:
1:
Contact Mitsubishi. 1-800-887-7830
2:
Verify battery is operating within recommended voltage and temperature ranges.
3:
Verify input power source is properly connected.
4:
Reduce load.
5:
Verify bypass power source is within amplitude and frequency.
6:
Close CB1.
7:
Close CB2.
8:
Close CB101.
9:
Reduce load, and restart.
10: Press the reset button.
11: Reduce room temperature to within specified UPS operating limits
12: Verify remote switch is properly connected and/or functional.
13: Place switch in OFF position.
(Note 2)
Audible annunciator: [1] intermittent sound, [2] continuous sound.
(Note 3)
•
"Major" is defined as major failure. Inverter transferred to the static bypass line;
•
"Minor" is defined as a minor failure. UPS continues to operate normally, but cause
of alarm must be identified;
•
“Over" is defined as an overload condition. UPS will transfer to the static bypass
line and may or may not return to the inverter. Return to inverter will occur only if
overload corrects itself and output load is within rating of UPS.
(Note 4)
Indicates one of two possible LED illumination patterns - continuously on (lit) or
intermittent (flicker).
(Note 5)
External send-out possible by option setting.
(Note 6)
Trips the battery breaker CB2.
(Note 7)
For other than sealed-type battery.
(Note 8)
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Place UPS Emergency Bypass switch in the BYPASS position. Contact Mitsubishi.
(Note 9)
If the specified time passes, will transfer to the bypass power supply.
(Note 10)
Shows only when corresponding option settings are made.
(Note 11)
Code indication means:
UAooo -------------------- Alarm
UFooo -------------------- Failure
Uo0oo--------------------- Converter circuit failure
Uo1oo--------------------- DC circuit failure
Uo2oo--------------------- Inverter circuit failure
Uo3oo--------------------- Control circuit failure
Uo4oo--------------------- Bypass system failure
Uo8oo--------------------- Alarm
Uoo00 - Uoo49 ------- Major failure
Uoo50 - Uoo99 ------- Minor failure
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7.0 Warranty & Out of warranty Service
The Mitsubishi Electric UPS Systems Group Service Department has many Authorized Service
Centers place strategically throughout the US, Canada and Latin America. For both in warranty and
out of warranty service, please contact Mitsubishi Electric Automation, Inc. at (847) 478-2500. To
register your UPS for warranty purposes, please complete the warranty registration form and fax it to
the Mitsubishi Electric UPS Systems Group, Service Department fax line shown on the registration
form. (Next page)
For warranty purposes, it is essential that any and all service work that may be required on your
Mitsubishi brand UPS equipment is performed by a Mitsubishi Electric Authorized Service Center.
The use of non-authorized service providers may void your warranty.
Mitsubishi Electric Automation Inc,
UPS Systems Group Service Department
500 Corporate Woods Parkway,
Vernon Hills, Illinois 60061, USA
Phone: (847) 478-2500
Fax: (847) 478-2290
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500 Corporate Woods Parkway, Vernon Hills, IL 60061
Phone: (847) 478-2643, Fax: (847) 478-2290
UPS Warranty Registration
__ Register UPS for Warranty
__ Address Change
To validate the Warranty on your UPS this form must be filled out completely by
Customer and returned.
CUSTOMER INFORMATION
Your Name:
Job Title:
Company Name:
Division / Department:
Address:
City:
State:
Zip Code:
Country:
Province:
Business Phone:
Ext:
Fax:
E-Mail:
Internet Address:
@
UPS Model #:
Capacity (kVA):
Start-Up Date:
UPS Serial #:
Authorized Mitsubishi Service Company (if known):
/
/
Signature:
Date:
/
Which ONE of These Best Describes Your Organization’s
Primary Business Classification?
{Energy Producer}
__ Utility
__ Alternate Energy
{Manufacturing Co.}
__ OEM
__ Education/Univ. Service
{Service}
__ Consulting
/
Number of Employees at This Location is:
__ 1 – 19
__ 20 – 49
__ 50 – 99
__ 100 - 249
__ 250 - 499
__ 500 - 999
__1000 or more
__ Engineering
__ Outsourcing
__ Process
__ Financial/Legal/Insurance
{Expectations}
__ Consumer Goods
{Government}
Overall how was Start-Up performed:
__Unsatisfactory
__ Satisfactory
__ Exceeded
__ Electronics
__ Military
Would you like to receive future product updates and
__ Power Quality Equipment
__ Municipals
news?
__ Federal/State/Local
__Yes
__ Commercial Business
__ Electrical Contractor
__ No
__ Communications
__ Healthcare
__ Distributors/Reps
__ Internet
__ Other __________________
After Start-Up has been done Fax completed Form to:
(847) 478-2290
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