Infrastructure Management & Monitoring
For Business-Critical Continuity™
Liebert® Universal Monitor™
User Manual
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.0
INTRODUCTION
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
1.10
1.11
Methods of Viewing and Configuring the Liebert Universal Monitor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Data Logs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Optional Features. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Available Alarms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Outside Enclosure Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Typical Configuration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Controller Board Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Optional Expansion Board Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LED Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LED Indicators - Optional Expansion Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Typical Sequence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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2
3
4
6
7
8
9
2.0
INSTALLATION - MAIN BOARD
2.1
Installation Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
2.2
Surface-Mounting the Liebert Universal Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
2.1.1
2.2.1
2.3
Mounting the Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Flush-Mounting the Liebert Universal Monitor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
2.3.1
2.4
Unpacking and Preliminary Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Mounting the Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Connect Power to the Liebert Universal Monitor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
2.4.1
2.4.2
2.4.3
Input Power Connections - Small Enclosure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Termination and Mounting - Large Enclosure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Connecting the Battery Pack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
3.0
INSTALLATION - OPTIONAL EXPANSION BOARD
3.1
Installation Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
3.1.1
3.2
Unpacking and Preliminary Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Surface-Mounting the Optional Expansion Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
3.2.1
Mounting the Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
3.3
Flush-Mounting the Optional Expansion Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
3.4
Input Power Connections - Optional Expansion Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
3.3.1
Mounting the Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
4.0
WIRING AND CONNECTIONS - MAIN BOARD
4.1
4.2
Wiring Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Connecting Digital Inputs and Digital Outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3
4.3
Connecting Analog Inputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
4.3.1
4.3.2
4.4
4.5
4.6
Connecting Digital Inputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Connecting Digital Outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Setting the Digital Output Jumpers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Setting the 12VDC/24VDC Analog Power Jumper. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Connecting the Analog Ground . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Connecting Common Alarm Outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
EIA422 Liebert SiteScan® Web Connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Communications Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
4.6.1
4.6.2
RS232 Connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Phone Line Connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
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5.0
WIRING AND CONNECTIONS - OPTIONAL EXPANSION BOARD
5.1
5.2
Wiring Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Connecting Inputs and Outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
5.2.1
5.2.2
5.2.3
5.3
Connecting Digital Inputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Connecting Digital Outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Setting the Digital Output DIP Switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Connect to the Liebert Universal Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
5.3.1
5.3.2
Connect EIA485 Connectors to Main Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Enable the Connection via Firmware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
6.0
OVERVIEW OF MENUS
6.1
6.2
6.3
Opening Screen Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Main Menu Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
LCD Menu Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
7.0
VIEW STATUS OPTIONS
7.1
View Active Alarms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
7.2
View Alarm Log . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
7.1.1
7.2.1
7.2.2
7.3
Alarm Log . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Backing Up the Alarm Log (Service Terminal Interface only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
View Event Log. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
7.3.1
7.3.2
7.4
Active Alarms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Event Log . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Backing Up the Event Log (Service Terminal Interface only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
View Trend Log. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
7.4.1
7.4.2
7.4.3
Select a Sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
View a Trend Log . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Backing Up the Trend Log (Service Terminal Interface only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
7.5
View Input Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
7.6
View Output Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
7.5.1
7.6.1
7.7
Input Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Output Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
View Pager Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
7.7.1
7.7.2
7.7.3
Select a Pager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
View a Pager Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
View a Pager PIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
8.0
SILENCE ALARM & BACKUP LOG FILES (SERVICE TERMINAL INTERFACE)
8.1
8.2
Silence Alarm (Service Terminal Interface) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Back Up Log Files (Service Terminal Interface only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
9.0
SYSTEM AND CONTROL OPTIONS
9.1
9.2
9.3
Login . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Setup System - Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Setup System - Setup Input. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
9.3.1
9.3.2
9.3.3
9.3.4
9.3.5
9.4
Change Label (Name of Input) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Define Input as Normally Open or Normally Closed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Define Input as Alarmable or Event . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Set Up Alarmable Inputs in Latched or Unlatched Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Set Up Delay Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
46
46
46
47
47
Setup System - Setup Common Alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
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9.5
Setup System - Setup Sensor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
9.5.1
9.5.2
9.5.3
9.5.4
9.5.5
9.5.6
9.5.7
9.5.8
9.5.9
9.5.10
9.5.11
9.6
58
58
59
59
Modem Setup - Initialization String . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Modem Setup - Additional Features (Service Terminal Interface only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pager Setup - Pager Number and PIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pager Setup - Communications Check (Service Terminal Interface only). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
60
62
64
66
Setup System - Setup System Info . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
9.9.1
9.9.2
9.9.3
9.9.4
9.9.5
9.9.6
9.9.7
9.9.8
9.9.9
9.9.10
9.10
9.11
9.12
Change Label (Name of Output) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Define Main Board Output as Normally Open / Closed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Set Expansion Board Output by DIP Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configure Main Board Output for Loss of Power (“Fail-Safe”) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setup System - Setup Modem & Pagers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
9.8.1
9.8.2
9.8.3
9.8.4
9.9
Set Up Mapping for a Digital Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Set Up Mapping for an Analog Sensor Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Setup System - Setup Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
9.7.1
9.7.2
9.7.3
9.7.4
9.8
50
50
50
51
51
51
52
52
53
53
54
Setup System - Setup I/O Matrix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
9.6.1
9.6.2
9.7
Identify the Sensor as Connected . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Change Sensor Label (Name) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Change Units Label . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Change 4 mA Value . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Change 20 mA Value . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Change Offset Value. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Define Sensor as Alarmable or Event . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Set Up Alarmable Sensors in Latched or Unlatched Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Change Low Setpoint . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Change High Setpoint . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Set Up Delay Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Change Password . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Change Date & Time/Automatic Daylight Saving Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setup Site ID. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connect Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Backup and Upload Configuration File (Service Terminal Interface only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setup Serv Ph Num - Enter Phone Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setup Serv Ph Num - Communications Check (Service Terminal Interface only) . . . . . . . . .
Factory Defaults . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Perform Firmware Update (Service Terminal Interface only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Initiate Remote Alarm Test (Service Terminal Interface only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
69
69
70
70
71
74
75
76
76
78
Setup Exp Board - Optional Expansion Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
Manual Output Ctrl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Clear Alarms & Logs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
9.12.1
9.12.2
9.12.3
9.12.4
Clear Active Alarms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Clear the Alarm Log . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Clear the Event Log . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Clear the Trend Logs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
81
81
82
82
10.0
SPECIFICATIONS
10.1
10.2
Liebert Universal Monitor Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
Optional Expansion Board Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
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APPENDIX A - SERVICE TERMINAL INTERFACE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
A.1
A.2
Comparison of Functions: LCD and Service Terminal Interface. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
Connecting to the Service Terminal Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
A.2.1
A.2.2
A.2.3
A.2.4
A.2.5
A.3
View Active Alarms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
View Alarm Log . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
View Event Log. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
View Trend Log. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
View Input Status. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
View Output Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
View Pager Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
Silence Alarm & Back Up Log Files (Service Terminal Interface only). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
A.5.1
A.5.2
A.6
View Status Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
Silence Alarm and Backup Log Files. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
Setup Menu Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
View Status Menus. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
A.4.1
A.4.2
A.4.3
A.4.4
A.4.5
A.4.6
A.4.7
A.5
86
87
88
89
90
Overview of Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
A.3.1
A.3.2
A.3.3
A.4
Connection Methods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Create a Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Set Up the COM1 Port - Direct Connection Only . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Set Up the Connection’s Properties . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connect to the Service Terminal Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Silence Alarm (Service Terminal Interface only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Back Up Log Files (Service Terminal Interface only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
Setup Menu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
A.6.1
A.6.2
A.6.3
A.6.4
A.6.5
A.6.6
A.6.7
A.6.8
A.6.9
A.6.10
Setup Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setup Common Alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setup Sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setup I/O Matrix. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setup Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setup Modem & Pagers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setup System Info. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connect Expansion Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Override Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Clear Alarms & Logs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
106
108
109
111
117
119
121
127
128
130
APPENDIX B - DEFAULT SETTINGS QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 132
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FIGURES
Figure 1
Figure 2
Figure 3
Figure 4
Figure 5
Figure 6
Figure 7
Figure 8
Figure 9
Figure 10
Figure 11
Figure 12
Figure 13
Figure 14
Figure 15
Small enclosure—external features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Large enclosure—internal features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Typical Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Example of typical sequence: Analog input reaches high setpoint . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Mounting dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Electrical connections to panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Power wiring to TM115 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Power wiring to TM230 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Mounting Dimensions - optional Expansion Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Electrical connections to panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Form C output contact wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
LCD Menu overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Menu overview - View Status menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Menu overview - System and Control menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Menu overview - Setup System Info menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
TABLES
Table 1
Table 2
Table 3
Table 4
Table 5
Table 6
Table 7
Table 8
Table 9
Table 10
Table 11
Table 12
Table 13
Table 14
Table 15
Table 16
Table 17
Table 18
Table 19
Table 20
Table 21
Table 22
Table 23
Table 24
Table 25
Table 26
Table 27
Table 28
Table 29
Table 30
Table 31
Controller board components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Expansion board components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
LED indicators summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
LED indicators summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Packing manifest - Liebert Universal Monitor main board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Packing manifest - optional Expansion Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Wiring specifications - main board. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Digital output jumper settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Wiring specifications - optional Expansion Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
DIP switch setting - outputs wired as Normally Closed (N.C.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
DIP switch setting - outputs wired as Normally Open (N.O.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Guide to Liebert Universal Monitor functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Primary Functions Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Alarm log conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Event log conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Trend log conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Analog input states . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Digital input states . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Digital output states . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Valid characters for data entry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Default settings - digital inputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Default settings - analog sensor inputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Default mapping of digital inputs to digital outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Default mapping of analog inputs to digital outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Default settings - digital outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Supported modem settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Default settings - modem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Country codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Pager dialing results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Guidelines for dialing pagers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
Battery alarms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
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Table 32
Table 33
Table 34
Table 35
Table 36
Table 37
Table 38
Table 39
Table 40
Service phone number dialing results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Guidelines for dialing service phone number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Automatic / manual control - output points. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Guide to Universal Monitor functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
Steps to set up a direct or remote connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
Universal Monitor - default settings for inputs and outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 132
Universal Monitor - other default settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133
Expansion Board - other default settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134
Expansion Board - default settings for inputs and outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134
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Introduction
1.0
INTRODUCTION
Extensive capabilities can put the Liebert Universal Monitor at the heart of your protective network.
The Liebert Universal Monitor employs local alarming and remote paging services to keep personnel
on-site and at remote locations apprised of the status of equipment.
The panel can interface with any device that closes an electrical contact or has a 4-20 mA signal. To
improve process efficiency and troubleshooting, the panel tracks data in three types of logs: alarm,
event and trend. The Liebert Universal Monitor has a local LCD interface and a remote dial-up
interface.
Further, the Liebert Universal Monitor can report ambient conditions that might adversely affect the
facility or equipment and also can report alarms and other events, as well as initiate responses to
reduce or prevent damage.
When an alarm condition arises, the Liebert Universal Monitor displays alarm information and
sounds an audible alarm; if configured, the panel also sends pager notifications and turns connected
devices on or off. See 1.11 - Typical Sequence for a more detailed example.
1.1
Methods of Viewing and Configuring the Liebert Universal Monitor
The Liebert Universal Monitor features remote access through two interfaces that allow users to
configure the panel, silence alarms, back up logs, and perform many other functions to keep a large or
small operation running smoothly and safely.
• LCD—liquid crystal display on the front of the panel
• Service Terminal Interface—accessible via computer connected directly through an RS232
port or remotely through the Liebert Universal Monitor’s onboard modem
These interfaces permit easy access and configuration of the Liebert Universal Monitor, allowing
users to view data, silence alarms and have full access to information stored in the panel, including
logs of alarms and events.
One more interface—Liebert’s SiteScan® Web enterprise monitoring system—is primarily for
monitoring, though Liebert SiteScan also provides some configuration functions.
1.2
Data Logs
The three types of data logs—alarm history, event history and trend data of analog sensor readings—
can be viewed on the LCD on the front of the Liebert Universal Monitor and downloaded through
onboard communications ports.
1.3
Optional Features
An optional Expansion Board, which can be purchased separately, allows you to connect an additional
16 digital inputs and eight digital outputs to the Liebert Universal Monitor.
An optional Transformer Module, available only in the large enclosure, converts 115VAC or 230VAC
to 24VAC.
1.4
Available Alarms
The alarms available with the Liebert Universal Monitor are:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Discrete input alarm (for each digital input)
High setpoint
Low setpoint
Battery unplugged
Low battery
Loss of power
Check battery
Internal modem fault
Two additional alarms are available with the optional Expansion Board:
• Expansion board loss of communications
• Expansion board restore of communications
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Liebert® Universal Monitor™
Introduction
1.5
Outside Enclosure Overview
The enclosure for the Liebert Universal Monitor controller board comes in two sizes:
• The large enclosure is designed to accommodate the Transformer Module and future
components, in addition to the controller board.
• The small enclosure is built to hold the controller board only.
Both enclosures are 2-3/4" deep.
Both enclosures have a built-in liquid crystal display (LCD) and a key lock, as shown in the example
below. The enclosures are made of metal to accommodate secure conduit fittings and protect
components against environmental debris.
Figure 1
Small enclosure—external features
LCD for configuration
and operation
The enclosure
has knockouts
and access slots
on top and
bottom for
cables and wires.
UNIVERSAL MONITOR
05-SEP-02 14:04:13
V5.100.0
=STATUS/SETUP
PRESS
ESC
Key lock
Universal Monitor
The enclosure must be secured to a wall, either flush-mounted or recessed in the wall, as described in
2.0 - Installation - Main Board. Knockouts and access slots on the top and bottom allow easy
connection of wires and cables (see 4.0 - Wiring and Connections - Main Board) with either
mounting type.
Figure 2
Large enclosure—internal features
Transformer Module
Back of LCD
Controller Board
TB5: COMMON ALARM
(TERMINAL BLOCKS ROTATED IN VIEW)
(TOP)
NO C NC
NO C NC
(BOTTOM)
BOTTOM
LS1
+
TB7:
24V
V INPU
UT
START
P11
ENABLE
AUDIBLE
R402
R26
Q11
NO
N ALARM
SENS
TOP
LIEBERT
BAR CODE
TB3:
RELAY
OUTPUTS
(BOTTOM)
(TOP)
(BOTTOM)
4
3
2
REV
1
(TOP)
4
3
2
ASS
1
8
7
6
5
(BOTTOM)
8
7
6
5
TB2:
CONTACT
INPUTS
1-2 TOP
3-4 BOTTOM
MODEM
J11: PHONE
PIN 3-TIP
PIN 4-RI"N"G
ON
0: COMMS
MS
(TOP)
ALL CIRCUITS;
+
(BOTTOM)
On/Off switch
for Transformer
Module
Ground wire
for LCD
Liebert® Universal Monitor™
—
485
+
—
+
—
+
+
—
CLASS 2
—
+
—
TB9: ANALOG
GROUND
Knockouts and
access slots
(top and bottom)
Power
receptacle
2
Introduction
1.6
Typical Configuration
Figure 3 shows an example of external devices connected to the Liebert Universal Monitor controller
board. There may be up to eight digital output, eight digital input and four analog input devices
connected. The optional Liebert Universal Monitor Expansion Board provides additional connections
for eight output and sixteen digital input devices. Remote access is available via Liebert SiteScan®
Web and through the modem, which enables pager notifications and use of the Service Terminal
Interface.
Figure 3
Typical Configuration
Digital outputs
TB5: COMMON ALARM
(TERMINAL BLOCKS ROTATED IN VIEW)
(TOP)
NO C NC
NO C NC
(BOTTOM)
OM
LS1
+
TB7:
24V INPUT
P23:
BATTERY
P11
ENABLE
AUDIBLE
R40
R2
Q11
TOP
LIEBERT
BAR CODE
RS232
START
BATTERY
TB3:
RELAY
OUTPUTS
TP1
GND
ON
S2
OFF
ON
1
2
DIP
3
4
5
6
7
OUTPUT1
OUTPUT2
OUTPUT3
OUTPUT4
OUTPUT5
OUTPUT6
OUTPUT7
OUTPUT8
CTRLLOCK
SENLOCK
CMN ALR
DS56
DS54
DS63
8
DS83
DS84
DS61
DS60
DS62
DS55
DS57
DS59
DS58
DS53
CAN TX
CAN RX
4
3
R334
1
(TOP)
D
4
3
2
1
ASS
8
7
6
5
(BOTTOM)
REV
MODEM
4
2
ON OFF
PFM2
INPUT1
INPUT2
INPUT3
INPUT4
INPUT5
INPUT6
INPUT7
INPUT8
C71
DS70
DS67
DS66
DS65
DS64
ON OFF
PFM5
R
4
Third-party
system
(BMS,
security
office)
(BOTTOM)
(TOP)
MOP
F PROG
574 TX
574 RX
485 RX
485 TX
Phone
line
Water
pump
LCD
CONTRAST
VBATT
8
7
6
5
Heat
rejection
unit
TB2:
CONTACT
INPUTS
1-2 TOP
3-4 BOTTOM
ON
MODEM
J11: PHONE
PIN 3-TIP
PIN 4-RING
TB10: COMMS 485
(TOP)
+
(BOTTOM)
—
422
+
—
+
—
+
+
—
ALL CIRCUITS:
CLASS 2
—
+
—
AG TB9: ANALOG
GROUND
Exhaust
fan
Digital inputs
SiteScan Web
Analog inputs
UPS
Chiller
3
LT410
Fire alarm
panel
LT460
Generator
Liebert® Universal Monitor™
Introduction
1.7
Controller Board Overview
The Liebert Universal Monitor controller board has connectors for eight digital inputs, four analog
inputs and eight digital outputs, as shown below. The board comes complete with light emitting
diodes (LEDs) to display the status of monitored devices, a battery pack for short-term backup,
communications ports, power connections and other features necessary to monitor and protect your
operation.
EE - Transformer
Module
A - Power
On/Off switch
C - EIA422 D - Audible E - Audible horn
jumper
horn
LEDs
B - Battery
pack
DD - 24VAC power
connector
G - Digital output
status LEDs
TB5: COMMON ALARM
(TERMINAL BLOCKS ROTATED IN VIEW)
(TOP)
NO C NC
NO C NC
(BOTTOM)
OM
CC - Battery pack
connector
LS1
+
TB7:
24V INPUT
P23:
BATTERY
START
P11
R2
BATTERY
Q11
TOP
TB3:
RELAY
OUTPUTS
TP1
GND
ON
S2
OFF
ON
1
2
DIP
3
4
5
6
7
OUTPUT1
OUTPUT2
OUTPUT3
OUTPUT4
OUTPUT5
OUTPUT6
OUTPUT7
OUTPUT8
CTRLLOCK
SENLOCK
CMN ALR
DS56
DS54
DS63
8
DS83
DS84
Z - DIP switch 1
DS61
DS60
DS62
DS55
DS57
DS59
DS58
DS53
CAN TX
CAN RX
(BOTTOM)
(TOP)
4
3
MOP
F PROG
574 TX
574 RX
485 RX
485 TX
R
R334
4
1
(TOP)
D
4
3
X - Modem
2
1
ASS
J - Status LEDs
7
6
5
K - Digital output
loss-of-power
jumper
8
7
6
5
L - Digital input
connectors
TB2:
CONTACT
INPUTS
1-2 TOP
3-4 BOTTOM
ON
MODEM
J11: PHONE
V - Power On/Off
switch
Table 1
8
(BOTTOM)
REV
MODEM
4
2
ON OFF
PFM2
INPUT1
INPUT2
INPUT3
INPUT4
INPUT5
INPUT6
INPUT7
INPUT8
C71
DS70
DS67
DS66
DS65
DS64
ON OFF
PFM5
Y - Modem
status LEDs
U - Power
receptacle
I - Digital output
connectors
LCD
CONTRAST
VBATT
AA - LCD connector
H - Manual
Override Switch
(outputs)
ENABLE
AUDIBLE
R40
LIEBERT
BAR CODE
BB - LCD contrast
adjustment
W - 24VAC
connector
F - Common
Alarm
connectors
T - Phone
line
connector
PIN 3-TIP
PIN 4-RING
TB10: COMMS 485
(TOP)
+
(BOTTOM)
S - Serial
R - EIA485
interface
connector
connector
(RS232/EIA574)
—
422
+
—
+
—
+
+
—
Q - Liebert
SiteScan Web
connector
(EIA422)
M - Digital input
status LEDs
ALL CIRCUITS:
CLASS 2
—
+
—
AG TB9: ANALOG
GROUND
P - 12VDC/24VDC
analog input
jumper
N - Analog
ground
O - Analog
connector
input
connectors
Controller board components
Item
A - Power On/Off
switch
B - Battery pack
C - EIA422 LEDs
D - Audible horn
E - Audible horn
jumper
F - Common Alarm
connectors
G - Digital output
status LEDs
H - Manual Override
Switch (outputs)
I - Digital output
connectors
Description
Power switch for the controller board. When switched off, the
battery pack is disabled.
Provides battery backup during a power loss to maintain
normal operation of the panel for a minimum of 10 minutes.
The analog inputs will not be functional during a power loss
(P/N 133455P1).
Indicates the connection status between the Liebert Universal
Monitor and Liebert SiteScan® Web.
Provides audible notification when an alarm occurs.
Jumper to disable the audible horn (factory default is
enabled).
The two common alarm connections are used to connect to a
secondary warning device such as a horn, light or Building
Management System (BMS). When an alarm is present, the
contacts close and the external warning device is activated/
notified. The common alarm contacts may be configured to be
reset with the Silence button/command.
Each output has an LED to indicate its status: ON/OFF
(energized/de-energized).
Placing the switch in the ON position will turn ON, or energize,
all eight outputs simultaneously. This switch removes all
automatic output control from the Liebert Universal Monitor.
Each of the eight output connections is a two-state point: ON/
OFF (energized/de-energized).
An example of a field digital output point is a motor starter.
Liebert® Universal Monitor™
4
For more information, see:
2.4: Connect Power to the Liebert
Universal Monitor
2.4.3: Connecting the Battery Pack
9.9.4: Connect Battery
1.9:
LED Indicators
N/A
N/A
4.0:
4.4:
9.4:
1.9:
Wiring and Connections Main Board
Connecting Common Alarm
Outputs
Setup System - Setup
Common Alarm
LED Indicators
9.11: Manual Output Ctrl
4.0:
Wiring and Connections Main Board
4.2.2: Connecting Digital Outputs
7.6: View Output Status
9.7: Setup System - Setup Output
Introduction
Table 1
Controller board components (continued)
Item
J - Status LEDs
K - Digital output
loss-of-power
jumper
Description
Indicates the operational status of the controller board.
One of eight output jumpers. Each digital output has a jumper
to set the fail-safe position of the output point when power fails.
The OFF position makes the contact Normally Open (factory
default). The ON position makes the contact Normally Closed.
Note: The jumper position has no effect on the contact when
the Liebert Universal Monitor has power.
L - Digital input
connectors
Each of the eight input connections is a two-state point: ON/
OFF (energized/de-energized).
An example of a field digital input point is a leak detector.
M - Digital input
status LEDs
N - Analog ground
connector
Each input has an LED to indicate its status: ON/OFF
(energized/de-energized).
Connection for an externally powered analog sensor that
needs a reference to ground.
O - Analog input
connectors
Each of the four input connections accepts a 4/20 mA signal.
An example of a field analog input point is a temperature
sensor.
P - 12VDC/24VDC
analog input jumper
One jumper to select voltage supplied for two-wire analog
sensors. The jumper supplies all four analog input connectors
with the same voltage. Factory default is 24VDC.
Q - Liebert SiteScan
Web connector
(EIA422)
Connection to monitor Liebert Universal Monitor from
Liebert’s SiteScan® Web graphical monitoring package.
R - EIA485
connector
Connection to optional Expansion Board (purchased
separately). Connect maximum of one Expansion Board.
S - Serial interface
connector (RS232/
EIA574)
Connection for laptop or video terminal. Used for
configuration and monitoring using the Service Terminal
Interface. Requires a null modem cable for connectivity
(P/N 201258P1).
For more information, see:
1.9: LED Indicators
4.2.3: Setting the Digital Output
Jumpers
9.7.4: Configure Main Board
Output for Loss of Power
(“Fail-Safe”)
4.0:
Wiring and Connections Main Board
4.2.1: Connecting Digital Inputs
7.5: View Input Status
9.3: Setup System - Setup Input
1.9:
LED Indicators
4.3.2: Connecting the Analog
Ground
4.0: Wiring and Connections Main Board
4.3: Connecting Analog Inputs
7.5: View Input Status
9.5: Setup System - Setup
Sensor
4.3.1: Setting the 12VDC/24VDC
Analog Power Jumper
4.0:
Wiring and Connections Main Board
4.5: EIA422 Liebert SiteScan®
Web Connector
4.0: Wiring and Connections Main Board
5.3.1: Connect EIA485 Connectors
to Main Board
4.6.1: RS232 Connector
A.2: Connecting to the Service
Terminal Interface
T - Phone line
connector
Connection for phone line. Used for pager notifications,
service phone number, and configuration and monitoring
using the Service Terminal Interface. Requires an RJ11
connector.
U - Power
receptacle
(Transformer Module)
115VAC power receptacle to power laptop during
configuration and diagnostics. Receptacle not available on
230VAC Transformer Module.
V - Power On/Off
switch (Transformer
Module)
Power switch to turn power On/Off to both Transformer
Module 24VAC connectors and power receptacle.
W - 24VAC
connector
(Transformer Module)
One of the two 24VAC connectors for power (the second is
also on the right side of the Transformer Module near the top).
Each connector is rated for 40VA.
X - Modem
On-board modem with 9600 baud rate.
4.6.2: Phone Line Connector
9.8: Setup System - Setup
Modem & Pagers
9.9.6: Setup Serv Ph Num - Enter
Phone Number
A.2: Connecting to the Service
Terminal Interface
2.4.2: Termination and Mounting Large Enclosure
4.0: Wiring and Connections Main Board
2.4.2: Termination and Mounting Large Enclosure
4.0: Wiring and Connections Main Board
2.4.2: Termination and Mounting Large Enclosure
4.0: Wiring and Connections Main Board
9.8: Setup System - Setup
Modem & Pagers
Y - Modem status
LEDs
Z - DIP switch 1
AA - LCD connector
BB - LCD contrast
adjustment
CC - Battery pack
connector
DD - 24VAC power
connector
EE - Transformer
Module
Indicates the operational status of the modem.
1.9:
DIP switch used for resetting password to default.
Connection for the LCD on the enclosure door.
9.9.1: Change Password
N/A
Adjustment contrast for the LCD on the enclosure door.
N/A
Connection for battery pack lead.
2.4.3: Connecting the Battery Pack
Power connection for the controller. Requires 24VAC.
2.4:
Transformer Module used to convert 115VAC or 230VAC to
24VAC. Available only in the large enclosure.
5
LED Indicators
Connect Power to the Liebert
Universal Monitor
2.4.2: Termination and Mounting Large Enclosure
Liebert® Universal Monitor™
Introduction
1.8
Optional Expansion Board Overview
The Liebert Universal Monitor Expansion Board, purchased separately, has connectors for 16 digital
inputs and eight digital outputs (see below. The board has light emitting diodes (LEDs) to display the
status of monitored output devices, communications ports for connection to the Liebert Universal
Monitor, power connections and other features to monitor and protect your operation.
J - 24VAC
power
connector
USE COPPER (CU) CONDUCTORS ONLY.
I - Power status
LED (green)
POWER INPUT
G - EIA485
status LEDs
(yellow & red)
RELAY OUTPUTS
Multiflex 168AO
810-3065
H - EIA485
connector
D6
EIA485 + (to UM-)
0V
EIA485 - (to UM+)
S4
S3
S2
V2
V4
V1
V3
V6
V5
V8
V7
V10
V9
V12
V11
V14
V13
V16
V15
K1
K2
OUT1
K3
OUT2
K4
OUT3
K5
OUT4
K6
OUT5
K7
OUT6
K8
OUT7
OUT8
D - Digital output
status LEDs (8)
E - Digital input
connectors (16)
DEFAULT SETTINGS FOR USE WITH UNIVERSAL MONITOR
B - Digital
output
fuses (8)
C - Digital
output
DIP switch
S1
F - General
status LED
(green)
Table 2
A - Digital output
connectors (8)
Expansion board components
Item
Description
A - Digital output
connectors (8)
Each of the eight output connections is a two-state point:
ON/OFF (energized/de-energized).
An example of a field digital output point is a motor starter.
B - Digital output
fuses (8)
Bussmann GMA-2 or equivalent. 250V 2A Fast Blow fuse.
CAUTION: Fuses must be replaced with equivalent fuses.
NOTE: Two (2) replacement fuses are shipped with the
Expansion Board enclosure.
C - Digital output
DIP switch
DIP switch used for setting Normally Open / Normally
Closed.
D - Digital output
status LEDs (8)
Each output has an LED to indicate its status: ON/OFF
(energized/de-energized).
E - Digital input
connectors (16)
Each of the 16 input connections is a two-state point: ON/
OFF (energized/de-energized). An example of a field
digital input point is a leak detector.
F - General status
LED (green)
G - EIA485 status
LEDs (yellow & red)
Indicates the operational status of the Expansion Board.
H - EIA485
connector
Connection to the Liebert Universal Monitor.
I - Power status
LED (green)
Indicates the power status of the Expansion Board.
J - 24VAC power
connector
Power connection for the Expansion Board. Requires
24VAC.
Two LEDs indicate status of the EIA485 connection: ON/
OFF (energized/de-energized).
Liebert® Universal Monitor™
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For more information, see:
5.0:
Wiring and Connections Optional Expansion Board
4.2.2: Connecting Digital Outputs
7.6: View Output Status
9.7: Setup System - Setup Output
N/A
5.2.3: Setting the Digital Output DIP
Switches
9.7.3: Set Expansion Board Output by
DIP Switch
1.10: LED Indicators - Optional
Expansion Board
5.0: Wiring and Connections Optional Expansion Board
4.2.1: Connecting Digital Inputs
7.5: View Input Status
9.3: Setup System - Setup Input
1.10: LED Indicators - Optional
Expansion Board
1.10: LED Indicators - Optional
Expansion Board
5.3.1: Connect EIA485 Connectors to
Main Board
9.10: Setup Exp Board - Optional
Expansion Board
1.10: LED Indicators - Optional
Expansion Board
7.6: View Output Status
3.4: Input Power Connections Optional Expansion Board
Introduction
1.9
LED Indicators
The Liebert Universal Monitor controller board has LED indicators that show the status of inputs,
outputs and the common alarm, as well as the modem and Liebert SiteScan® Web connections.
EIA422 Liebert
SiteScan
Web LEDs
DS56
DS54
DS63
TB5: COMMON ALARM
(TERMINAL BLOCKS ROTATED IN VIEW)
(TOP)
NO C NC
NO C NC
(BOTTOM)
DS61
DS60
DS62
DS55
DS57
DS59
DS58
DS53
OM
LS1
+
TB7:
24V INPUT
START
P11
R2
DS50
Q11
TOP
LIEBERT
BAR CODE
DS49
P23:
BATTERY
ENABLE
AUDIBLE
R40
BATTERY
LCD
CONTRAST
TB3:
RELAY
OUTPUTS
TP1
VBATT
GND
ON
S2
OFF
ON
1
2
DIP
3
4
5
6
7
OUTPUT1
OUTPUT2
OUTPUT3
OUTPUT4
OUTPUT5
OUTPUT6
OUTPUT7
OUTPUT8
CTRLLOCK
SENLOCK
CMN ALR
DS56
DS54
DS63
8
DS83
DS84
DS61
DS60
DS62
DS55
DS57
DS59
DS58
DS53
CAN TX
CAN RX
(BOTTOM)
(TOP)
4
3
MOP
F PROG
574 TX
574 RX
485 RX
485 TX
R334
ON OFF
PFM2
DS70
DS67
DS66
DS65
DS64
1
(TOP)
D
4
3
MODEM
DS77
TX
DS76
RX
DS74
DTR
DS75
DCD
2
1
ASS
7
DS51
DS48
6
5
(BOTTOM)
REV
MODEM
4
2
ON OFF
PFM5
Modem LEDs
R
INPUT1
INPUT2
INPUT3
INPUT4
INPUT5
INPUT6
INPUT7
INPUT8
C71
DS52
8
8
6
DS69
5
DS71
DS72
DS70
DS67
DS66
DS65
DS64
TB2:
CONTACT
INPUTS
ON
MODEM
J11: PHONE
TB10: COMMS 485
(TOP)
+
(BOTTOM)
Table 3
Modem
LEDs
Output
LEDs
Status
LEDs
Input
LEDs
+
—
+
—
+
+
—
ALL CIRCUITS:
CLASS 2
—
+
—
MOP
F PROG
574 TX
574 RX
485 RX
485 TX
Status LEDs
INPUT1
INPUT2
INPUT3
INPUT4
INPUT5
INPUT6
INPUT7
INPUT8
Input LEDs
AG TB9: ANALOG
GROUND
LED indicators summary
LED Type
EIA422
LEDs
—
422
Output LEDs
7
1-2 TOP
3-4 BOTTOM
PIN 3-TIP
PIN 4-RING
DS47
DS78
DS79
OUTPUT1
OUTPUT2
OUTPUT3
OUTPUT4
OUTPUT5
OUTPUT6
OUTPUT7
OUTPUT8
CTRLLOCK
SENLOCK
CMN ALR
LED
Color
Description
422 TX
422 RX
TX
RX
DTR
DCD
OUTPUT1
OUTPUT2
OUTPUT3
OUTPUT4
OUTPUT5
OUTPUT6
OUTPUT7
OUTPUT8
CTRLLOCK
SENLOCK
CMN ALR
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
N/A
N/A
Green
MOP
Green
FPROG
574 TX or 232 TX
574 RX or 232 RX
Green
Green
Green
485 RX
Green
485 TX
Green
INPUT1
INPUT2
INPUT3
INPUT4
INPUT5
INPUT6
INPUT7
INPUT8
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Liebert Universal Monitor is transmitting information over the EIA422 port
Liebert Universal Monitor is receiving information over the EIA422 port
Liebert Universal Monitor is transmitting information via the modem
Liebert Universal Monitor is receiving information via the modem
Indicates data terminal is ready (DTR)—lights up when modem is dialing
Indicates data carrier is detected (DCD)—lights up when modem has connection
Indicates output is ON or energized
Indicates output is ON or energized
Indicates output is ON or energized
Indicates output is ON or energized
Indicates output is ON or energized
Indicates output is ON or energized
Indicates output is ON or energized
Indicates output is ON or energized
Not used
Not used
Indicates output is ON or energized
Indicates the microprocessor is operating properly (MOP)—must be on before Liebert
Universal Monitor will function
Indicates firmware is being upgraded—lights up during upgrade process
Liebert Universal Monitor is transmitting information via the RS232 port
Liebert Universal Monitor is receiving information via the RS232 port
Liebert Universal Monitor is receiving information over the EIA485 port from the
Expansion Board
Liebert Universal Monitor is transmitting information over the EIA485 port to the
Expansion Board
Indicates input is ON or energized
Indicates input is ON or energized
Indicates input is ON or energized
Indicates input is ON or energized
Indicates input is ON or energized
Indicates input is ON or energized
Indicates input is ON or energized
Indicates input is ON or energized
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Liebert® Universal Monitor™
Introduction
1.10
LED Indicators - Optional Expansion Board
The optional Expansion Board, purchased separately, has LED indicators that show the status of
inputs and outputs.
USE COPPER (CU) CONDUCTORS ONLY.
POWER INPUT
D6
RELAY OUTPUTS
Multiflex 168AO
810-3065
Power status LED
(D6 - green)
D6
EIA485 + (to UM-)
0V
EIA485 - (to UM+)
S4
S3
S2
V4
V3
V6
V5
V8
V7
V10
V9
V12
V11
V14
V13
V16
V15
S1
Rx
Tx
V2
V1
K1
D4
K2
OUT1
K3
OUT2
K4
OUT3
K5
OUT4
K6
OUT5
K7
OUT6
K8
OUT7
OUT8
D5
EIA485 status LEDs
(D4 - yellow,
D5 - red)
DEFAULT SETTINGS FOR USE WITH UNIVERSAL MONITOR
D3
Gen.
Status
General status LED
(D3 - green)
K1
K2
OUT1
K3
OUT2
K4
OUT3
K5
OUT4
K6
OUT5
K7
OUT6
K8
OUT7
OUT8
Digital output status LEDs (8)
Table 4
LED indicators summary
LED Type
LED
Color
Power status
LED
24VAC
Power (D6)
Green
24VAC power is being supplied to Expansion Board
485 RX (D4)
Yellow
Expansion Board is receiving information over the EIA485 port from the Liebert
Universal Monitor
485 TX (D5)
Red
Expansion Board is transmitting information over the EIA485 port to the Liebert
Universal Monitor
General
Status (D3)
Green
OUT1
Red
Indicates output is ON or energized
OUT2
Red
Indicates output is ON or energized
OUT3
Red
Indicates output is ON or energized
OUT4
Red
Indicates output is ON or energized
OUT5
Red
Indicates output is ON or energized
OUT6
Red
Indicates output is ON or energized
OUT7
Red
Indicates output is ON or energized
OUT8
Red
Indicates output is ON or energized
EIA485 status
LEDs
General status
LED
Digital output
status
LEDs
Liebert® Universal Monitor™
Description
Blinks green once per second to indicate the board is powered and
operational. If the light is off, the board has likely lost power.
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Introduction
1.11
Typical Sequence
Figure 4 shows a typical sequence of how the Liebert Universal Monitor functions after detecting a
change in a monitored unit or area. Many responses depend on configuration settings. This example
shows what happens when an analog sensor input reaches a high setpoint—assuming the input is
defined as alarmable and is set up to trigger a response in an output—and when the condition returns
to normal.
Figure 4
Example of typical sequence: Analog input reaches high setpoint
RESPONSES TO AN ALARM
RETURN-TO-NORMAL SEQUENCE
ALARM CONDITION DETECTED
The temperature in a monitored
analog input reaches its high setpoint.
RETURN TO NORMAL
The temperature in the monitored
analog input returns to a normal
range (below the high setpoint).
The alarm is cleared
(automatically if Unlatched; must be
cleared manually if Latched)
The horn stops sounding
(if user hasn’t silenced it)
The horn sounds (audible horn on
the controller board—silence horn by
pressing any key on the LCD keypad)
UNIVERSAL MONITOR
05-SEP-02 14:04:13
V5.100.0
=STATUS/SETUP
PRESS
ESC
SENSOR_2
80.0 DEG
HIGH SETPOINT ALARM
29-AUG-02
09:29:10
SENSOR_2
80.0 DEG
HIGH SETPOINT ALARM
OUTPUT08 ON
CONTACT OPEN
29-AUG-02
09:29:12
The LCD flashes
(except during setup)
The LCD stops flashing
UNIVERSAL MONITOR
05-SEP-02 14:04:13
V5.100.0
=STATUS/SETUP
PRESS
ESC
Pager numbers are dialed
(up to four configured pagers)
Service number is dialed
(if configured)
Pager numbers & service
number are dialed
Return-to-normal message sent
A fan is turned on
(if the fan is connected to an output
set up to respond to this input)
When the alarm is cleared,
the fan shuts down
Entry in Alarm Log
Shows reading (80.0 DEG) &
condition (HIGH SETPOINT ALARM)
SENSOR_2
79.0 DEG
RETURN TO NORMAL
29-AUG-02
09:42:11
Entry in Alarm Log
Shows reading (79.0 DEG) &
condition (RETURN TO NORMAL)
Entry in Active Alarm Log
Entry in Event Log
Fan output on
OUTPUT08 OFF
CONTACT CLOSED
05-MAY-02
09:42:12
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Entry in Event Log
Fan output off
Liebert® Universal Monitor™
Installation - Main Board
2.0
INSTALLATION - MAIN BOARD
This section provides instructions for installing, mounting and connecting power to the Liebert
Universal Monitor. For information on the optional Expansion Board, see 3.0 - Installation Optional Expansion Board.
2.1
Installation Considerations
The Liebert Universal Monitor must be installed indoors and may be mounted on the surface of a wall
or flush-mounted, depending on the user’s application, the location of equipment and sensors to be
monitored and the type of wall the unit will be mounted on.
The Liebert Universal Monitor should be mounted where it can be easily accessed. On-site personnel
would access the unit through the LCD on its front cover, service terminal connected to the RS232
port or through Liebert SiteScan®. For off-site monitoring, the Liebert Universal Monitor should be
placed near communications means such as a telephone line connection that would permit remote
access.
In addition to the communications connections, the site also must have electrical service and must
permit connecting the unit’s eight digital inputs, eight digital outputs and four analog inputs.
The wall material must be capable of supporting the weight of the Liebert Universal Monitor: see
10.0 - Specifications.
NOTE
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial
environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if
not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is
likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the
interference at his own expense.
2.1.1 Unpacking and Preliminary Inspection
• Before unpacking the Liebert Universal Monitor, inspect the shipping carton for damage or signs
of mishandling, such as gashes or holes in the carton or severely flattened corners.
• Open the shipping crates carefully. Use care to avoid puncturing the container with sharp objects
that might damage the contents.
• Inspect the Liebert Universal Monitor and all included components for damage.
• If any damage from shipping or mishandling is observed, immediately file a damage claim with
the shipping agency and forward a copy to:
Liebert Corporation
1050 Dearborn Drive
P.O. Box 29186
Columbus, OH 43229
Packing Contents
Table 5
Packing manifest - Liebert Universal Monitor main board
Standard Components
•
•
•
•
•
Liebert Universal Monitor - large or small enclosure
User Manual
Keys (2) to panel door lock
Backup Battery - installed in unit (not connected or charged)
RS232 Configuration Cable
Liebert® Universal Monitor™
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Installation - Main Board
2.2
Surface-Mounting the Liebert Universal Monitor
NOTE
Removing the conduit knockouts before mounting the Liebert Universal Monitor on the wall
will ease installation and prevent strain on the mounting hardware and wall. It is imperative
to remove the knockouts if the unit is to be flush-mounted.
After determining where to place the unit, check to ensure that you have all the hardware required to
install the panel on the surface of a wall. Obtain the needed tools and material.
Required tools
•
•
•
•
2.2.1
Electric drill (if surface is too hard to drive screws without pilot holes)
Screwdriver
Marker to denote layout of holes
Four screws, each #10
Mounting the Panel
CAUTION
!
Check building plans and other relevant documents to determine whether mounting the
Liebert Universal Monitor at the selected location might cause cutting or otherwise damaging
electrical or communication wiring or pipes.
1. Mark the wall for mounting holes, using the back of the unit as a template (see Figure 5).
2. Drill holes, if required, to install the four #10 screws that will secure the Liebert Universal
Monitor to the wall. Clean up the debris.
3. If the wall material is not strong enough to hold the screws securely, use wall anchors.
4. Install the top two screws—the screw heads must be small enough to slip through the larger,
bottom portion of the pear-shaped mounting slot in the Liebert Universal Monitor (see inset in
Figure 5). The screws must also be large enough to extend over the edges of the top of the
mounting slot.
5. Hang the Liebert Universal Monitor on the screws, letting the panel slip down until the screws
are in the smaller, upper portion of the slot.
6. Tighten the screws until they are snug.
7. Insert the remaining two screws in the bottom holes on the back of the panel and tighten.
Figure 5
Mounting dimensions
LARGE
ENCLOSURE
12"
(304.8mm)
SMALL ENCLOSURE
12.5"
(317.5mm)
0.213"
(5.4mm)
0.213"
(5.4mm)
10"
(254mm)
Liebert Universal
Monitor
back plate
Liebert Universal
Monitor
back plate
16"
(406.4mm)
0.375"
(9.6mm)
Mounting Slot
0.375"
(9.6mm)
Mounting Slot
0.213" (5.4mm)
Bottom hole diameter
0.213" (5.4mm)
Bottom hole diameter
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Liebert® Universal Monitor™
Installation - Main Board
2.3
Flush-Mounting the Liebert Universal Monitor
NOTE
Removing the conduit knockouts before mounting the Liebert Universal Monitor on the wall
will ease installation and prevent strain on the mounting hardware and wall. It is imperative
to remove the knockouts if the unit is to be flush-mounted.
The rectangular access doors on the top and bottom of the Liebert Universal Monitor must be
reversed so they slide the opposite direction. Leaving the doors as shipped from the factory
prevents them from being opened when the panel is flush mounted in a wall.
The Liebert Universal Monitor may be flush-mounted according to company practices—either with
screws through the sides of the panel into wall supports or with hanging hardware that attaches to
the back of the panel. After determining how and where to place the unit, check to ensure that you
have all the hardware required to install the panel in the wall. Obtain the needed tools.
Required tools
•
•
•
•
•
•
2.3.1
Saw
Electric drill
Screwdriver
Marker to denote layout of the hole to accommodate the Liebert Universal Monitor
Trim ring and associated hardware
Mounting hardware
Mounting the Panel
!
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
CAUTION
Check building plans and other relevant documents to determine whether mounting the
Liebert Universal Monitor at the selected location might cause cutting or otherwise damaging
electrical or communication wiring or pipes.
Mark the wall for the cutout to accommodate the panel, using the back of the unit as a template.
Drill a pilot hole for the saw blade, if required.
Use the saw to cut out the marked section of the wall (if not new construction).
Rest the Liebert Universal Monitor in the wall and mark where mounting screws will be inserted
into the wall studs or other support member.
Remove the panel and drill the holes for the mounting screws or wall anchors. Clean up the
debris.
Reverse the slide direction of the rectangular access doors on the top and bottom of the Liebert
Universal Monitor. Leaving the doors as shipped from the factory prevents them from being
opened when the panel is flush mounted in a wall.
Attach any field-supplied mounting hardware.
Reinsert the assembly into the wall.
Insert and tighten the screws or wall anchors.
Liebert® Universal Monitor™
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Installation - Main Board
2.4
Connect Power to the Liebert Universal Monitor
The Liebert Universal Monitor requires 24VAC for proper operation. Liebert recommends using the
optional Transformer Module manufactured by Liebert or another UL-approved Class 2 power unit to
obtain proper voltage. If the power unit is not a Class 2 circuit, it must be protected with an IEC
5 x 20mm time lag 2A fuse. For information, consult your local dealer, Emerson representative or the
Liebert Worldwide Support Group.
!
WARNING
!
CAUTION
Check that power is removed from wires prior to installation.
The Liebert Universal Monitor is designed for use on properly grounded (earthed)
24VAC power, 50Hz or 60Hz. The ground wire for the power lead must be wired to the earth
ground terminal (stud located next to the 24VAC terminal block).
This equipment is intended to be installed by a qualified and certified electrician who must
review and approve customer supplied wiring and circuit breakers, verify correct input and
grounded (earthed) connections to ensure compliance with technical standards and national
and local electrical codes.
!
2.4.1
WARNING
Be sure that the Power On/Off switch is set to OFF before installing any wiring to this unit.
The switch is in the top left corner of the unit, just below the battery pack.
Input Power Connections - Small Enclosure
To connect electrical power:
1. Run conduit and electrical wiring from building to the Liebert Universal Monitor.
2. Use copper wires only; proper wiring to use for 24VAC power is 18-22 AWG stranded and shielded
(18 AWG is recommended—see Table 7). Strip wires 1/2".
Figure 6
Electrical connections to panel
Power On/Off switch
External wiring
through knockout
Ground wire
(black)
Earth ground
terminal
24VAC wiring
(red & white)
24VAC input
connector
3. Secure the incoming electrical service wires to the Liebert Universal Monitor’s 24VAC input by
sliding the wires into TB7, the 24VAC input terminal block. There is no polarity requirement
when connecting to TB7. The ground wire must be connected to the earth ground terminal located
on the side of the panel (see Figure 6).
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Liebert® Universal Monitor™
Installation - Main Board
2.4.2
Termination and Mounting - Large Enclosure
CAUTION
!
The 115VAC/230VAC Transformer Module must be connected to a branch circuit with 15A
branch circuit protection.
This equipment is intended to be installed by a qualified and certified electrician who must
review and approve customer supplied wiring and circuit breakers, verify correct input and
grounded connections to ensure compliance with the technical standards and national and
local electrical codes.
The Transformer Module shall be used only as indicated by the manufacturer.
WARNING
!
Be sure that the Power On/Off switch is set to OFF before installing any wiring to this unit.
The switch is at the bottom of the unit.
Input Power Connections
To connect electrical power to the Transformer Module:
1. Install electrical wiring from utility power to the Transformer Module.
2. Use copper wires only; proper wiring to use for power is 14/2 AWG copper wire with ground.
3. For the TM230 only: strip wires 3/8" (9.6mm).
Note: For the TM115, wires are pre-stripped 0.4" (10.2mm) at the factory.
4. Connect the wiring as follows:
TM115
TM230
Connection Type
White wire
Neutral (L2)
Neutral
Black wire
Line (L1)
Power (Line)
Green wire
Ground lead
Ground
5. Secure the incoming electrical service wires to the TM115 input wires with wire nuts as shown in
Figure 7 or to the TM230 connectors as shown in Figure 8.
24 VAC Output Power Connections
To connect to the 24VAC outputs:
1. Install electrical wiring from device requiring 24VAC power to the Transformer Module.
2. Use copper wire only; proper wiring to use for power is 18, 20 or 22 AWG copper wire. Strip
wire 1/4".
3. There are two 24 VAC output connectors (TB1 and TB2). Terminate wires to the connector as
shown in Figures 7 and 8. TB1 and TB2 are NOT polarity sensitive.
4. Secure the wires to the connector.
Figure 7
Power wiring to TM115
Figure 8
TM115
Wire nuts
connecting
electrical
wiring
TM230
Knockout for
external wiring
Knockout for
external wiring
Ground
Ground
Neutral
(L2)
24VAC output
(TB1)
Liebert® Universal Monitor™
Power wiring to TM230
14
Line (L1)
24VAC output
(TB1)
Installation - Main Board
Troubleshooting - Transformer Module
A common problem and possible solution are shown in the table below. For further information or if
you have other problems with the unit, consult your local dealer, Emerson representative or the
Liebert Worldwide Support Group.
2.4.3
Problem
Possible Solution
24VAC power
not available
from TB1 or TB2
Check fuse for respective
output (TB1 or TB2).
Replacement Fuse Part Numbers
• LITTLEFUSE 218002
or
• BUSSMANN GDC-2A
Connecting the Battery Pack
After connecting AC power to the Liebert
Universal Monitor, you may connect the
panel’s backup battery (factory-supplied) to
the jumpers so it will begin charging when
electrical power to the Liebert Universal
Monitor is switched on.
Battery pack
NOTE
If the battery is not hooked up before
the Liebert Universal Monitor is
switched on, it will trigger an alarm.
To connect the battery pack, insert the battery
leads into the jumpers as shown at right. (To
disconnect the battery pack, remove the
battery leads from the jumpers.)
Obtaining a Replacement Battery Pack
To obtain a replacement battery pack, contact
your local dealer or Emerson representative.
The Liebert part number is 133455P1.
!
WARNING
!
CAUTION
Battery pack connector
To prevent the risk of fire or explosion,
replace only with 7.2 V rechargeable
NiCad battery pack.
Dispose of the battery properly by
sending it back to Liebert Corporation
or an approved battery recycling
facility.
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Liebert® Universal Monitor™
Installation - Optional Expansion Board
3.0
INSTALLATION - OPTIONAL EXPANSION BOARD
This section provides instructions for installing, mounting and connecting power to the optional
Expansion Board. The Expansion Board enclosure is identical to the Liebert Universal Monitor small
enclosure.
3.1
Installation Considerations
The optional Expansion Board must be installed indoors and may be mounted on the surface of a wall
or flush-mounted, depending on the user’s application, the location of equipment and sensors to be
monitored and the type of wall the unit will be mounted on.
The Expansion Board may be placed up to 3000 ft. (914m) from the Liebert Universal Monitor and
should be mounted where it can be easily accessed. The site must have electrical service and allow for
connecting 16 digital inputs and eight digital outputs.
The wall material must be capable of supporting the weight of the Expansion Board: see 10.2 Optional Expansion Board Specifications.
NOTE
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial
environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if
not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is
likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the
interference at his own expense.
3.1.1
Unpacking and Preliminary Inspection
• Before unpacking the optional Expansion Board, inspect the shipping carton for damage or signs
of mishandling, such as gashes or holes in the carton or severely flattened corners.
• Open the shipping crates carefully. Use care to avoid puncturing the container with sharp objects
that might damage the contents.
• Inspect the Expansion Board and all included components for damage.
• If any damage from shipping or mishandling is observed, immediately file a damage claim with
the shipping agency and forward a copy to:
Liebert Corporation
1050 Dearborn Drive
P.O. Box 29186
Columbus, OH 43229
Packing Contents
Table 6
Packing manifest - optional Expansion Board
Standard Components
•
•
•
•
Expansion Board - small enclosure
User Manual
Keys (2) to panel door lock
Two (2) spare fuses for output relays
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Installation - Optional Expansion Board
3.2
Surface-Mounting the Optional Expansion Board
NOTE
Removing the conduit knockouts before mounting the optional Expansion Board on the wall
will ease installation and prevent strain on the mounting hardware and wall. It is imperative
to remove the knockouts if the unit is to be flush-mounted.
After determining where to place the optional Expansion Board, check to ensure that you have all the
hardware required to install the panel on the surface of a wall. Obtain the needed tools and material.
Required tools
•
•
•
•
3.2.1
Electric drill (if surface is too hard to drive screws without pilot holes)
Screwdriver
Marker to denote layout of holes
Four screws, each #10
Mounting the Panel
!
CAUTION
Check building plans and other relevant documents to determine whether mounting the
optional Expansion Board at the selected location might cause cutting or otherwise damaging
electrical or communication wiring or pipes.
1. Mark the wall for mounting holes, using the back of the unit as a template (see Figure 5).
2. Drill holes, if required, to install the four #10 screws that will secure the optional Expansion
Board to the wall. Clean up the debris.
3. If the wall material is not strong enough to hold the screws securely, use wall anchors.
4. Install the top two screws—the screw heads must be small enough to slip through the larger,
bottom portion of the pear-shaped mounting slot in the Expansion Board (see inset in Figure 5).
The screws must also be large enough to extend over the edges of the top of the mounting slot.
5. Hang the Expansion Board on the screws, letting the panel slip down until the screws are in the
smaller, upper portion of the slot.
6. Tighten the screws until they are snug.
7. Insert the remaining two screws in the bottom holes on the back of the panel and tighten.
Figure 9
Mounting Dimensions - optional Expansion Board
SMALL ENCLOSURE
12.5"
(317.5mm)
0.213"
(5.4mm)
10"
(254mm)
Expansion Board
back plate
0.375"
(9.6mm)
Mounting Slot
0.213" (5.4mm)
Bottom hole diameter
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Liebert® Universal Monitor™
Installation - Optional Expansion Board
3.3
Flush-Mounting the Optional Expansion Board
NOTE
Removing the conduit knockouts before mounting the optional Expansion Board on the wall
will ease installation and prevent strain on the mounting hardware and wall. It is imperative
to remove the knockouts if the unit is to be flush-mounted.
The rectangular access doors on the top and bottom of the Expansion Board must be reversed
so they slide the opposite direction. Leaving the doors as shipped from the factory prevents
them from being opened when the panel is flush mounted in a wall.
The optional Expansion Board may be flush-mounted according to company practices—either with
screws through the sides of the panel into wall supports or with hanging hardware that attaches to
the back of the panel. After determining how and where to place the unit, check to ensure that you
have all the hardware required to install the panel in the wall. Obtain the needed tools.
Required tools
•
•
•
•
•
•
3.3.1
Saw
Electric drill
Screwdriver
Marker to denote layout of the hole to accommodate the optional Expansion Board
Trim ring and associated hardware
Mounting hardware
Mounting the Panel
1.
2.
3.
4.
Mark the wall for the cutout to accommodate the panel, using the back of the unit as a template.
Drill a pilot hole for the saw blade, if required.
Use the saw to cut out the marked section of the wall (if not new construction).
Rest the optional Expansion Board in the wall and mark where mounting screws will be inserted
into the wall studs or other support member.
Remove the panel and drill the holes for the mounting screws or wall anchors. Clean up the
debris.
Reverse the slide direction of the rectangular access doors on the top and bottom of the Expansion
Board. Leaving the doors as shipped from the factory prevents them from being opened when the
panel is flush mounted in a wall.
Attach any field-supplied mounting hardware.
Reinsert the assembly into the wall.
Insert and tighten the screws or wall anchors.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
!
CAUTION
Check building plans and other relevant documents to determine whether mounting the
optional Expansion Board at the selected location might cause cutting or otherwise damaging
electrical or communication wiring or pipes.
Liebert® Universal Monitor™
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Installation - Optional Expansion Board
3.4
Input Power Connections - Optional Expansion Board
The optional Expansion Board requires 24VAC for proper operation. Emerson recommends using the
optional Transformer Module manufactured by Liebert or another UL-approved Class 2 power unit to
obtain proper voltage. If the power unit is not a Class 2 circuit, it must be protected with an IEC
5 x 20mm time lag 2A fuse. For information, consult your local dealer, Emerson representative or the
Liebert Worldwide Support Group.
!
CAUTION
The Expansion Board is designed for use on properly grounded (earthed) 24VAC Class 2
power, 50Hz or 60Hz. The ground wire for the power lead must be wired to the earth ground
terminal (stud located next to the 24VAC terminal block). This equipment is intended to be
installed by a qualified and certified electrician who must review and approve customersupplied wiring and circuit breakers, verify correct input and grounded (earthed) connections
to ensure compliance with technical standards and national and local electrical codes.
!
WARNING
!
WARNING
“RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK” - More than one disconnect switch may be required to deenergize the equipment before servicing.
Hazardous voltage may be present.
To connect electrical power:
1. Run 24VAC electrical power from the TB2 (or TB1) connector of the Transformer Module, as
shown in Figure 10, or another 24V source to the Expansion Board in accordance with local
electrical codes.
2. Use copper wires only; proper wiring to use for power is 18-22 AWG stranded and shielded
(18 AWG is recommended—see Table 9). Strip wires 1/2".
Figure 10 Electrical connections to panel
OPTIONAL EXPANSION BOARD
TRANSFORMER MODULE
(TM115 shown)
Ground wire
(pre-wired)
Ground wire
connector
(0V)
POWER INPUT
24VAC wiring
(red & white)
24VAC input
connectors
(AC1 & AC2)
EIA485 + (to UM-)
0V
EIA485 - (to UM+)
S4
24VAC output (TB2 shown;
use either TB1 or TB2)
3. Secure the incoming electrical service wires to the Expansion Board’s 24VAC input by sliding the
wires into AC1 and AC2, the 24VAC input connectors, as shown in Figure 10. There is no
polarity requirement when connecting to these connectors.
NOTE: The ground wire connection to the 0V connector is pre-wired at the factory.
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Liebert® Universal Monitor™
Wiring and Connections - Main Board
4.0
WIRING AND CONNECTIONS - MAIN BOARD
CAUTION
!
4.1
Switch OFF electric power to the Liebert Universal Monitor before installing any wiring to
the unit or changing input or output connections. The Power On/Off switch is in the top left
corner of the unit, just below the battery pack.
Wiring Specifications
Input and output connections to the Liebert Universal Monitor may be made in any order—it is not
necessary, for example, to make all input connections before making any output connections. Use
copper conductors only for all wiring.
Table 7
Wiring specifications - main board
Connection
Supported Wire Type
Maximum Wire Length
Rating
Digital
Input
18-22 AWG Stranded & Unshielded
18 AWG* (recommended)
Non Plenum - Belden 9740
Plenum - Belden 89740
750 ft. (225m)
Dry Contact
(24VDC,
10 mA)
Digital
Output
18 AWG*
20 AWG
22 AWG
18-22 AWG Stranded & Unshielded (recommended)
18 AWG* (recommended)
@3A 50 ft. (15m) @3A 40 ft. (12m) @3A 25 ft. (7m)
Non Plenum - Belden 9740
@2A 100 ft. (30m) @2A 60 ft. (18m) @2A 35 ft. (10m)
Plenum - Belden 89740
@1A 200 ft. (60m) @1A 100 ft. (30m) @1A 75 ft. (23m)
24VAC@3A
Analog Input
2-Wire
Transducer
18-22 AWG Stranded & Unshielded
18 AWG* (recommended)
Non Plenum - Belden 9740
Plenum - Belden 89740
750 ft. (225m)
4-20 mA Signal
Input Selectable
Power Source
(12/24VDC)
Analog Input
4-Wire
Transducer
18-22 AWG Stranded & Unshielded
18 AWG* (recommended)
Non Plenum - Belden 8489
Plenum - Belden 88489
750 ft. (225m)
4-20 mA Signal
Input Selectable
Power Source
(12/24VDC)
Common
Alarm
Output
18 AWG*
20 AWG
22 AWG
18-22 AWG Stranded & Unshielded (recommended)
18 AWG* (recommended)
@3A 50 ft. (15m) @3A 40 ft. (12m) @3A 25 ft. (7m)
Non Plenum - Belden 9740
@2A 100 ft. (30m) @2A 60 ft. (18m) @2A 35 ft. (10m)
Plenum - Belden 89740
@1A 200 ft. (60m) @1A 100 ft. (30m) @1A 75 ft. (23m)
Communication
Null Modem Cable
RS232
24VAC
@3A
50 ft. (15m)
N/A
18-22 AWG Stranded & Shielded
22 AWG* (recommended)
Non Plenum - Belden 9461
Plenum - Belden 88761
1000 ft. (300m)
N/A
18-22 AWG Stranded & Shielded
Communication 22 AWG* (recommended)
EIA485
Non Plenum - Belden 9461
Plenum - Belden 88761
3000 ft. (900m)
N/A
N/A
N/A
150 ft. (45m)
24VAC
@1.3A
Communication
EIA422
Liebert
SiteScan®
Phone/Modem
Line
4 Wire (Pins 3 & 4)
RJ11 Connector
24VAC Power
Connection
(TB7)
18-22 AWG Stranded & Shielded
18 AWG* (recommended)
Non Plenum - Belden 8770
Plenum - Belden 88770
Power Connections (Transformer Module)
115VAC
14 AWG Stranded & Unshielded
Non Plenum - Belden 5101UE
150 ft. (45m)
115VAC
@4A
230VAC
14 AWG Stranded & Unshielded
Non Plenum - Belden 5101UE
150 ft. (45m)
230VAC
@0.5A
* Recommended
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Wiring and Connections - Main Board
4.2
Connecting Digital Inputs and Digital Outputs
The digital inputs and digital outputs are found on the lower right side of the Liebert Universal
Monitor’s printed wiring assembly board. There are two terminal blocks for the inputs—one green,
the other black. There are two terminal blocks for the outputs—one green, the other black.
To determine the proper wire size, see Table 7 - Wiring specifications - main board.
NOTE
Each terminal block is a removable, two-part assembly to permit easier connection of more
than one input at a time. If making multiple connections, grasp the upper portion of a block
and pull firmly to the right until the assembly pulls apart.
After making the connections, push the removed piece back into the portion attached to the
printed wiring assembly until the terminal block pieces lock together.
4.2.1
Connecting Digital Inputs
TB3:
RELAY
OUTPUTS
To connect an input:
(TOP)
4
3
ON OFF
PFM2
2
1
REV
3
2
1
Connecting Digital Outputs
To connect an output:
8
7
OUTPUT TERMINAL BLOCKS Note numbering of outputs
begins at the bottom and
proceeds up; numbering
keys are shown at right
6
5
(BOTTOM)
(TOP)
4
ASS
4.2.2
(BOTTOM)
ON OFF
PFM5
1. Turn OFF electrical power to the Liebert
Universal Monitor.
2. If necessary, remove a conduit knockout to
permit wire entry into the Liebert Universal
Monitor enclosure.
3. Bring the wire(s) into the Liebert Universal
Monitor enclosure through a conduit
knockout or access slot.
4. Loosen the appropriate screw and slip the
stripped end of the wire into the terminal
block.
5. Tighten the screw until it holds the wire
snugly.
Numbering keys
8
7
6
5
TB2:
CONTACT
INPUTS
INPUT TERMINAL BLOCKS -
Note numbering of inputs
1. Turn OFF electrical power to the Liebert
begins at the bottom and
Universal Monitor.
proceeds up; numbering
2. If necessary, remove a conduit knockout to
keys are shown at right
permit wire entry into the Liebert Universal
Monitor enclosure.
3. Bring the wire(s) into the Liebert Universal Monitor enclosure through a conduit knockout or
access slot.
4. Loosen the appropriate screw and slip the stripped end of the wire into the terminal block.
5. Tighten the screw until it holds the wire snugly.
!
CAUTION
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not interconnect the outputs of
different Class 2 circuits.
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Liebert® Universal Monitor™
Wiring and Connections - Main Board
4.2.3
Setting the Digital Output Jumpers
Each digital output has an associated jumper to define its operation when power is interrupted and
there is no battery backup to the board. This puts the Liebert Universal Monitor in a fail-safe mode
and ensures proper functioning when the board has no power or battery backup.
The Liebert Universal Monitor comes from the
factory with all digital output jumpers in the OFF
position (normally open). The jumper setting for
each digital output can be changed to ON
(normally closed). The settings are shown in
Table 8.
Table 8
Digital output jumpers
TB3:
RELAY
OUTPUTS
Digital output jumper settings
Setting
Output status
(power loss & no battery backup)
OFF
Normally open
ON
Normally closed
(BOTTOM)
(TOP)
7
3
To change the output jumper setting:
6
2
ON OFF
PFM2
1. Find the respective black output jumper on the
circuit board, as shown above.
2. Decide whether your configuration requires
the jumper to be OFF or ON.
3. Set the jumper as needed:
• Set the jumper to OFF by placing the black
jumper on the middle and top pins.
• Set the jumper to ON by placing the black
jumper on the middle and bottom pins.
4.3
8
4
5
REV
ON OFF
PFM5
1
(BOTTOM)
(TOP)
4
3
2
8
7
6
Connecting Analog Inputs
The analog input connector blocks are at the bottom
center of the Liebert Universal Monitor printed circuit
board. The blocks are two-part assemblies to permit
easier connections. To determine the proper wire size,
see Table 7 - Wiring specifications - main board.
Analog ground
Analog inputs
To connect an input:
1. Turn OFF electrical power to the Liebert Universal
Monitor.
2. If necessary, remove a conduit knockout to permit
wire entry into the Liebert Universal Monitor
enclosure.
0: COMMS 485
(TOP) + —
3. Bring the wire(s) into the Liebert Universal
Monitor enclosure through a conduit knockout or
422
(BOTTOM) + —
access slot.
4. Loosen the appropriate screw and slip the stripped
end of the wire into the terminal block.
5. Tighten the screw until it holds the wire snugly.
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1-2 TOP
3-4 BOTTOM
+
—
+
+
—
—
+
—
AG TB9: ANALOG
GROUND
Wiring and Connections - Main Board
4.3.1
Setting the 12VDC/24VDC Analog Power Jumper
The analog power jumper sets the common voltage that is applied to all of the analog input
connections. The jumper permits the user to modify the voltage supplied to the sensors, according to
the power requirements.
The factory default position is 24VDC; it may be changed to 12VDC.
Analog power jumper
To change the analog power jumper setting:
1. Find the black analog jumper on the circuit board, as shown at
right. The jumper is at the bottom of the board near the middle
(see 1.7 - Controller Board Overview).
2. Decide whether your configuration requires the jumper to be
24VDC or 12VDC.
3. Set the jumper as needed:
• Set the jumper to the 24VDC position by placing the black
jumper on the middle and right pins.
• Set the jumper to the 12VDC position by placing the black
jumper on the middle and left pins.
4.3.2
1-2 TOP
3-4 BOTTOM
COMMS 485
(TOP)
(BOTTOM)
Connecting the Analog Ground
The analog ground connector has two terminals,
each of which can accommodate two wires. This is
adequate to connect four sensors that require a
reference to ground because they get power from
an external power source.
Connect the analog ground to an external fourwire sensor as shown in the illustration at right.
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—
422
+
—
+
—
+
+
—
Analog
input
The Liebert Universal Monitor features an analog
ground connection for four-wire sensors that have
an external power source. Such a four-wire sensor
requires a reference to ground because they get
power from an external power source.
A two-wire transducer, which does not have an
external power source, does not need to be
connected to the analog ground.
+
—
+
—
AG TB9: ANALO
GROUND
Analog
ground
1-2 TOP
3-4 BOTTOM
TB10: COMMS
(TOP)
+
(BOTTOM)
Four-wire
transducer
Sensor
with
external
power
TB9: ANALOG
GROUND
+
+ —
4/20mA
Output
+
24V Input
—
24V from
external
power
source
Liebert® Universal Monitor™
Wiring and Connections - Main Board
4.4
Connecting Common Alarm Outputs
The common alarm relay, found in the top right corner of the Liebert
Universal Monitor, permits the user to connect auxiliary notification
equipment, such as lights, horns and sirens, to the Liebert Universal
Monitor. To determine the proper wire size, see Table 7 - Wiring
specifications - main board.
There are two connectors for the common alarm output. However,
the connectors are not individual relay outputs. The connectors
should be treated as a double-pole, double-throw (DPDT) relay.
TB5: COMMON ALARM
(TERMINAL BLOCKS ROTATED IN VIEW)
NO C NC
(TOP)
NO C NC
(BOTTOM)
+
P11
ENABLE
AUDIBLE
C C
NO
MON ALARM
R402
R26
Q11
The common alarm relay is energized whenever an alarm occurs.
SENS
TOP
Common alarm outputs
To connect an output:
1. Turn OFF electrical power to the Liebert Universal Monitor.
2. If necessary, remove a conduit knockout to permit wire entry into the Liebert Universal Monitor
enclosure.
3. Bring the wire(s) into the Liebert Universal Monitor enclosure through a conduit knockout or
access slot.
4. Loosen the appropriate screw and slip the stripped end of the wire into the terminal block.
5. Tighten the screw until it holds the wire snugly.
4.5
EIA422 Liebert SiteScan® Web Connector
The Liebert Universal Monitor will interface with Liebert’s
SiteScan Web enterprise monitoring system. Liebert SiteScan can
be used to monitor analog and digital equipment from a host
computer and also to perform some configuration.
To connect the Liebert SiteScan host computer to the Liebert
Universal Monitor:
1. Turn OFF electrical power to the Liebert Universal Monitor.
2. If necessary, remove a conduit knockout to permit wire entry
into the Liebert Universal Monitor enclosure.
3. Bring the wire(s) into the Liebert Universal Monitor enclosure
through a conduit knockout or access slot.
4. Loosen the appropriate screw and slip the stripped end of the
wire into the terminal block.
5. Tighten the screw until it holds the wire snugly.
4.6
TB10: COMMS 485
(TOP)
(BOTTOM)
Communications Connections
—
MODEM
Phone Line Connector
RJ11: PHONE
PIN 3-TIP
PIN 4-RING
+
(BOTTOM)
Phone line
24
TB10: COMMS 4
(TOP)
connector
The Phone Line Connector requires an RJ11 connector.
Connect one end of the connector to the Liebert Universal
Monitor’s phone line connector, shown at right, and the other end to a telephone wall jack.
Liebert® Universal Monitor™
+
Serial interface connector
(RS232/EIA574)
RS232 Connector
The RS232 port requires a null modem cable. Connect one end
of the cable to the Liebert Universal Monitor’s RS232 port, as
shown at right, and the other end to the COM1 port of a laptop
computer or video terminal.
4.6.2
—
422
EIA422 Liebert SiteScan
Web connector
The Liebert Universal Monitor Service Terminal Interface
offers full configuration and monitoring capability via the
RS232 port and the phone line connector (see
A.2 - Connecting to the Service Terminal Interface). The
phone line connector is also used for pager notifications and
service phone number options.
4.6.1
+
Wiring and Connections - Optional Expansion Board
5.0
WIRING AND CONNECTIONS - OPTIONAL EXPANSION BOARD
5.1
!
CAUTION
!
WARNING
Remove all power before installing any wiring to the Expansion Board or changing input or
output connections.
“RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK” - More than one disconnect switch may be required to deenergize the equipment before servicing.
Wiring Specifications
Input and output connections to the optional Expansion Board may be made in any order—it is not
necessary, for example, to make all input connections before making any output connections. Use
copper conductors only for all wiring.
Table 9
Wiring specifications - optional Expansion Board
Connection
Maximum Wire Length
Rating
Digital
Input
18-22 AWG Stranded & Unshielded
18 AWG* (recommended)
Non Plenum - Belden 9740
Plenum - Belden 89740
Supported Wire Type
750 ft. (225m)
Dry Contact
(24VDC,
10 mA)
Digital
Output
18-22 AWG Stranded & Unshielded
18 AWG* (recommended)
Non Plenum - Belden 9740
Plenum - Belden 89740
18 AWG*
20 AWG
22 AWG
(recommended)
@3A 50 ft. (15m)
@3A 40 ft. (12m)
@3A 25 ft. (7m)
@2A 100 ft. (30m) @2A 60 ft. (18m)
@2A 35 ft. (10m)
@1A 200 ft. (60m) @1A 100 ft. (30m) @1A 75 ft. (23m)
240VAC,
2A max.
3000 ft. (900m)
N/A
150 ft. (45m)
24VAC
@0.6A
18-22 AWG Stranded & Shielded
Communication 22 AWG* (recommended)
EIA485
Non Plenum - Belden 9461
Plenum - Belden 88761
18-22
AWG Stranded & Shielded
24VAC Power
18 AWG* (recommended)
Connection
Non Plenum - Belden 8770
(TB1)
Plenum - Belden 88770
* Recommended
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Wiring and Connections - Optional Expansion Board
5.2
Connecting Inputs and Outputs
The Liebert Universal Monitor optional Expansion Board permits the addition of 16 input and eight
output devices. This section describes how to connect devices to the Expansion Board’s inputs and
outputs.
To determine the proper wire size, see Table 9.
NOTE
Each terminal block is a removable assembly to permit easier connection of more than one
input at a time. If making multiple connections, grasp the upper portion of a block and pull
firmly until the assembly pulls apart.
After making the connections, push the removed piece back into the portion attached to the
printed wiring assembly until the terminal block pieces lock together.
5.2.1
Connecting Digital Inputs
The 16 digital inputs are found on the lower portion of the Expansion Board, as shown below. These
inputs are numbered 9 through 24 (the Liebert Universal Monitor’s digital inputs are numbered 1
through 8).
AO
EIA485 + (to UM-)
0V
EIA485 - (to UM+)
S4
S3
S2
S1
K1
K2
OUT1
K3
OUT2
K4
OUT3
K5
OUT4
K6
OUT5
K7
OUT6
K8
OUT7
OUT8
Numbering keys
DEFAULT SETTINGS FOR USE WITH UNIVERSAL MONITOR
INPUT TERMINAL BLOCKS
Note numbering keys below terminal blocks;
inputs are numbered from left (9) to right (24)
To connect an input:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Disconnect all electrical power from the Expansion Board.
If necessary, remove a conduit knockout to permit wire entry into the Expansion Board enclosure.
Bring the wire(s) into the Expansion Board enclosure through a conduit knockout or access slot.
Loosen the appropriate screw and slip the stripped end of the wire into the terminal block.
Tighten the screw until it holds the wire snugly.
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Wiring and Connections - Optional Expansion Board
5.2.2
Connecting Digital Outputs
The eight digital outputs are found at the top of the Expansion Board, as shown below. These inputs
are numbered 9 through 16. (Note that the digital outputs on the main board of the Liebert Universal
Monitor are numbered 1 - 8.)
OUTPUT TERMINAL BLOCKS - Note numbering keys above terminal blocks;
outputs are numbered from left (9) to right (16)
USE COPPER (CU) CONDUCTORS ONLY.
Numbering
keys
POWER INPUT
Multiflex 1
810-3065
D6
!
WARNING
!
CAUTION
V2
RELAY OUTPUTS
V4
V6
V8
V10
V12
V14
V16
“RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK” - Hazardous voltage may be present. More than one
disconnect switch may be required to de-energize the equipment before servicing.
The Expansion Board is designed for use on properly grounded (earthed) 24VAC Class 2
power, 50Hz or 60Hz. The ground wire for the power lead must be wired to the earth ground
terminal (stud located next to the 24VAC terminal block). This equipment is intended to be
installed by a qualified and certified electrician who must review and approve customersupplied wiring and circuit breakers, verify correct input and grounded (earthed) connections
to ensure compliance with technical standards and national and local electrical codes.
Segregate and install separate electrical conduits for non-class 2 circuits in accordance with
local building codes.
Each output may be wired according to whether you want the output to be Normally Open or
Normally Closed. The Expansion Board outputs are Form C relay contacts, each with three terminals.
There are two ways to wire the outputs, as shown in Figure 11.
• One wire of the two-wire connection should always be connected to the middle terminal.
• The second wire may be connected to either the N.C. terminal or the N.O. terminal, depending on
how whether you want the contact to be closed or open during a power failure:
• Connect to the N.C. terminal if you want the path to be CLOSED during a power failure, or
• Connect to the N.O. terminal if you want the path to be OPEN during a power failure.
Your choice for wiring the output contacts also determines how to set the fail-safe DIP switches for
proper operation (see 5.2.3 - Setting the Digital Output DIP Switches).
Figure 11 Form C output contact wiring
Wire connected
to N.C. terminal:
Relay is CLOSED
on power failure
N.C.
N.O.
N.C.
One wire MUST
be connected to
middle terminal
N.O.
Wire connected
to N.O. terminal:
Relay is OPEN
on power failure
To connect an output:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Disconnect electrical power from the Expansion Board.
If necessary, remove a conduit knockout to permit wire entry into the Expansion Board enclosure.
Bring the wire(s) into the Expansion Board enclosure through a conduit knockout or access slot.
Loosen the appropriate screw and slip the stripped end of the wire into the terminal block.
Tighten the screw until it holds the wire snugly.
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5.2.3
Setting the Digital Output DIP Switches
Each digital output on the optional Expansion Board has an associated DIP switch that can
determine its operation in the event of loss of communication with the Liebert Universal Monitor or
loss of power.
When the Liebert Universal Monitor calls for an Expansion Board output to be ON, it sends a
command to the Expansion Board to turn the output to the ON state; this is signified by the output
LED being ON. The DIP switch position determines the behavior of the output when it is ON.
The DIP switches for the outputs are on a switch bank on the right side of the Expansion Board, as
shown below. Each switch corresponds to an output on the board in order from left to right—for
example, DIP switch 1 corresponds to Output 9; DIP switch 2 corresponds to Output 10.
Optional
Expansion
Board
USE COPPER (CU) CONDUCTORS ONLY.
POWER INPUT
RELAY OUTPUTS
Multiflex 168AO
810-3065
D6
EIA485 + (to UM-)
0V
EIA485 - (to UM+)
S4
S3
S2
V2
V4
V1
V3
V6
V5
V8
V7
V10
V9
V12
V11
V14
V13
V16
V15
S1
K1
K2
OUT1
K3
OUT2
K4
OUT3
K5
OUT4
K6
OUT5
K7
OUT6
Digital output
DIP switches
K8
OUT7
OUT8
DEFAULT SETTINGS FOR USE WITH UNIVERSAL MONITOR
Tables 10 and 11 show how to set the DIP switch for each output based on how the output is wired
(see 5.2.2 - Connecting Digital Outputs) and how you want it to perform during normal operation,
when communication with the Liebert Universal Monitor is lost or when power fails.
NOTE
After a loss of communications with the Liebert Universal Monitor, there is a time delay—
about five minutes—before the Expansion Board changes the state of an output.
Table 10
DIP switch setting - outputs wired as Normally Closed (N.C.)
State of Output When:
If Output
DIP Switch
is:
Light is
ON
Light is
OFF
Communication
with UM is Lost
Power
Fails
Up (ON)
Down (OFF)
Closed
Open
Open
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Table 11
N.C.
N.O.
Wire connected
to N.C. terminal
DIP switch setting - outputs wired as Normally Open (N.O.)
State of Output When:
If Output
DIP Switch
is:
Light is
ON
Light is
OFF
Communication
with UM is Lost
Power
Fails
Up (ON)
Open
Closed
Open
Open
Down (OFF)
Closed
Open
Open
Open
N.C.
N.O.
Wire connected
to N.O. terminal
The Expansion Board comes from the factory with all digital output DIP switches in the OFF position
(normally open). The DIP switch setting for each digital output can be changed to ON (normally closed).
To change the state of any output to the factory default of NO (Normally Open) or to NC (Normally
Closed), move each switch to the appropriate position:
• Move the switch down to the OFF position for NO (Normally Open)—the default setting.
• Move the switch up to the ON position for NC (Normally Closed).
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Wiring and Connections - Optional Expansion Board
5.3
Connect to the Liebert Universal Monitor
Two steps are required to establish connection between the optional Expansion Board and the Liebert
Universal Monitor.
5.3.1
Connect EIA485 Connectors to Main Board
To connect the optional Expansion Board to the Liebert Universal Monitor:
1. Turn OFF electrical power to the Liebert Universal Monitor and disconnect power from the
Expansion Board.
2. If necessary, remove a conduit knockout to permit wire entry into each enclosure.
3. Bring the wire(s) into each enclosure through a conduit knockout or access slot.
4. Loosen the appropriate screw and slip the stripped end of the wire into the terminal block,
connecting the cables as shown in the figure below):
• Connect the Liebert Universal Monitor 485 connector UM- to Expansion Board connector
EIA485+.
• Connect the Liebert Universal Monitor 485 connector UM+ to Expansion Board connector
EIA485-.
POWER INPUT
(TOP)
(BOTTOM)
+
—
422
+
Multiflex 168AO
810-3065
TB1 0: COMMS 485
D6
—
EIA485 + (to UM-)
0V
EIA485 - (to UM+)
S4
S3
S2
S1
5. Tighten each screw until it holds the wire snugly.
5.3.2
Enable the Connection via Firmware
After making the cable connections described in the previous section, you must specify the Expansion
Board as connected using either the LCD or Service Terminal Interface.
For instructions, refer to the appropriate section:
• LCD interface (see 9.10 - Setup Exp Board - Optional Expansion Board)
• Service Terminal Interface (see A.6.8 - Connect Expansion Board)
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Overview of Menus
6.0
OVERVIEW OF MENUS
There are two ways to access the Liebert Universal Monitor: the LCD on the front of the enclosure
and the Service Terminal Interface, which is accessible through any computer using a
communications program. Many viewing and configuration tasks can be performed through either
interface, but some are available only through the Service Terminal Interface.
• Step-by-step instructions for all functions appear in Sections 7.0 through 9.0. These instructions
use examples of LCD screens to illustrate most functions, except those not available via the LCD.
• Examples of all Service Terminal Interface screens appear in Appendix A - Service Terminal
Interface, along with instructions on how to connect to the Service Terminal Interface.
Table 12 lists all Liebert Universal Monitor functions and shows whether they can be performed
through the LCD interface and where to find information.
Table 12
Guide to Liebert Universal Monitor functions
Function
VIEW STATUS FUNCTIONS
View Active Alarms
View Alarm Log
View Event Log
View Trend Log
View Input Status
View Output Status
View Pager Numbers
SILENCE ALARM & BACK UP LOGS FUNCTIONS
Silence Alarm (On the LCD, press any key to silence an alarm)
Back Up Log Files
SYSTEM & CONTROL FUNCTIONS
Login
Setup System
Setup Input
Setup Common Alarm
Setup Sensor
Setup I/O Matrix
Setup Output
Pager Setup - Pager Number & PIN
Pager Setup - Communications Check
Modem Setup - Initialization String
Modem Setup - Enter Liebert Universal Monitor Phone
Number
Modem Setup - Enable Modem Diagnostic Messages
Modem Setup - Change Modem Dial Prefix
Modem Setup - Change Modem Hang Up Delay After a Call
Setup System Info
Change Password
Change Date & Time/Automatic Daylight Saving Time
Setup Site ID
Connect Battery
Backup and Upload Configuration File
Setup Serv Ph Num - Enter Phone Number
Setup Serv Ph Num - Communications Check
Factory Defaults
Perform Firmware Update
Initiate Remote Alarm Test
Setup Exp Board - Optional Expansion Board
Manual Output Ctrl
Clear Alarms & Logs
Clear Active Alarms
Clear the Alarm Log
Clear the Event Log
Clear the Trend Logs
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Service
LCD
Terminal
Where to find:
Instructions on Service Terminal
using function
screen examples
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Overview of Menus
6.1
Opening Screen Overview
The Liebert Universal Monitor displays the Opening Screen at startup, as shown in Figure 12.
• If any alarms are active, the Current Alarm screen appears. (Pressing any key on the LCD keypad
will silence the audible alarm.)
• If any analog input sensors are connected, the LCD screen will alternately display the Opening
Screen and a screen showing the analog value of each sensor.
If no alarms are present, the Main Menu appears.
6.2
Main Menu Overview
The Main Menu offers access to all functions within the panel. As shown in Table 13, the functions
are organized into three sections with step-by-step instructions.
Table 13
Primary Functions Overview
Section
7.0 - View Status Options
(both LCD and Service
Terminal Interface)
8.0 - Silence Alarm & Backup
Log Files (Service
Terminal Interface only)
9.0 - System and Control
Options (some functions
available via Service
Terminal Interface only)
6.3
Description
These features are available to all users. This permits all personnel to check the
status of any monitored equipment or location. From this menu, any user may:
• View current monitoring data—active alarms and the status of inputs and outputs
• View data stored in alarm, event and trend logs
• View pager numbers
These features—available via the Service Terminal Interface only—allow users to:
• Silence the audible alarm
• Back up the alarm, event and trend logs
These options require a password. Authorized users may:
• Configure the Liebert Universal Monitor
• Override automatic control of outputs to force an output ON or OFF
• Clear active alarms and delete all records in the alarm, event and trend logs
LCD Menu Overview
Figure 12 is an overview of the initial screens available through the LCD interface. For comparable
information about the Service Terminal Interface screens, see A.3 - Overview of Menus.
Figure 12 LCD Menu overview
Opening Screen
UNIVERSAL MONITOR
DD-MON-YY HR:MM:SS
VX.XXX.X
PRESS ↵=STATUS/SETUP
(If any alarms detected)
Current Alarm screen
(see 7.1 - View Active Alarms)
Main Menu
VIEW STATUS
SYSTEM AND CONTROL
↵=SELECT
↑↓=NEXT
“View Status” selected
> VIEW STATUS
SYSTEM AND CONTROL
↑↓=NEXT
VIEW STATUS
> SYSTEM AND CONTROL
↵=SELECT
View Status Menu
(All users - no password)
VIEW
VIEW
VIEW
VIEW
VIEW
VIEW
VIEW
“System & Control” selected
See Section
7.0
ACTIVE ALARMS
ALARM LOG
EVENT LOG
TREND LOG
INPUT STATUS
OUTPUT STATUS
PAGER NUMBERS
↑↓=NEXT
SETUP SYSTEM
MANUAL OUTPUT CTRL
CLEAR ALARMS & LOGS
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9.0
↵=SELECT
System & Control Menu
(Password required)
See Section
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
See Section
See Section
9.2
9.11
9.12
Liebert® Universal Monitor™
View Status Options
7.0
VIEW STATUS OPTIONS
NOTE
For ease of understanding, this section uses the LCD interface to illustrate most instructions,
except for features that are available only through the Service Terminal Interface. All Service
Terminal Interface screens appear in Appendix A - Service Terminal Interface.
The View Status menu allows any user to view currently active alarms, monitoring data stored in the
alarm, event and trend logs, the status of all inputs and outputs, and the four pager numbers. The
arrows ↑↓ are used to scroll through the menu. The Enter ↵ key is used to select the menu item.
This section presents step-by-step instructions for each of the following options:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
View Active Alarms
View Alarm Log
View Event Log
View Trend Log
View Input Status
View Output Status
View Pager Numbers
Figure 13 shows the main options available from the View Status menu.
Figure 13 Menu overview - View Status menu
Opening Screen
UNIVERSAL MONITOR
DD-MON-YY HR:MM:SS
VX.XXX.X
PRESS ↵=STATUS/SETUP
Main Menu
> VIEW STATUS
SYSTEM AND CONTROL
↵=SELECT
↑↓=NEXT
View Status
VIEW
VIEW
VIEW
VIEW
VIEW
VIEW
VIEW
ACTIVE ALARMS
ALARM LOG
EVENT LOG
TREND LOG
INPUT STATUS
OUTPUT STATUS
PAGER NUMBERS
View Status options
View Active Alarms
View Alarm Log
See
Section
7.1
> ACTIVE ALARM 33/33
SENSOR_1
101.0 DEG
HIGH SETPOINT ALARM
> ALARM RECORD 99/99
SENSOR_2
80.0 DEG
HIGH SETPOINT ALARM
29-AUG-02
09:29:10
SENSOR_2 ------ DEG
SENSOR PROBLEM
INPUT_07 ALARM
CONTACT OPEN
BATTERY
CHECK BATTERY
.
.
.
INPUT_24
> EVENT RECORD 99/99
PAGER
UNSUCCESSFUL PAGE
07-MAY-02
10:07:00
MODEM
INTERNAL FAULT
29-AUG-02
09:20:00
OUTPUT01 MAN ON
CONTACT CLOSED
06-MAY-02
02:47:03
INPUT_08 ALARM
CONTACT CLOSED
29-AUG-02
07:30:00
OUTPUT08 ON
CONTACT OPEN
05-MAY-02
05:22:17
View Input Status
INPUT
> SENSOR_1
SENSOR_2
SENSOR_3
SENSOR_4
16 additional INPUT_01
INPUT_02
INPUT_03
inputs for
INPUT_04
optional
INPUT_05
INPUT_06
Expansion
INPUT_07
INPUT_08
Board
INPUT_09
View Event Log
See
Section
7.2
/ STATUS
+80.00 DEG
------ DEG
+79.50 RH
NORMAL
ALARM
EVENT
ALARM
ALARM
EVENT
NORMAL
NORMAL
NORMAL
View Output Status
See
Section
7.5
OUTPUT / STATUS
> OUTPUT01 ON
OUTPUT02 OFF
OUTPUT03 ON
OUTPUT04 MAN ON
OUTPUT05 ON
OUTPUT06 OFF
OUTPUT07 MAN OFF
OUTPUT08 ON
OUTPUT09 OFF
8 add’l
outputs
for
optional
.
.
.
ExpansionOUTPUT16
Board
SENSOR TO VIEW?
> SENSOR_1
SENSOR_2
SENSOR_3
SENSOR_4
> TREND LOG 100/100
SENSOR_1
75.4 DEG
NORMAL
28-AUG-02
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View Pager Numbers
See
Section
7.6
PAGER TO VIEW?
> PAGER NUMBER 1
PAGER NUMBER 2
PAGER NUMBER 3
PAGER NUMBER 4
See
Section
7.7
VIEW PAGER NUMBER
VIEW PAGER PIN
OFF
PAGER 1 NUMBER
9,,18005551212##
NORMAL
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View Trend Log
See
Section
7.3
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PAGER 1 PIN
01234567891011121344
See
Section
7.4
View Status Options
7.1
View Active Alarms
Main Menu
The Active Alarm screen displays all alarms that are occurring, up to a > VIEW STATUS
SYSTEM AND CONTROL
maximum of 33.
↑↓=NEXT
↵=SELECT
A Current Alarm screen appears automatically whenever an alarm
occurs—except during setup. This screen can display only the two most
recent active alarms. To view any other active alarms, use the View
View Status Menu
Active Alarms feature.
> VIEW
VIEW
VIEW
• From the Main Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose View Status, as
VIEW
shown at right, and then press Enter ↵.
VIEW
VIEW
• From the View Status Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose View
VIEW
You may view active alarms at any time by using the following steps:
Active Alarms and press Enter ↵.
7.1.1
ACTIVE ALARMS
ALARM LOG
EVENT LOG
TREND LOG
INPUT STATUS
OUTPUT STATUS
PAGER NUMBERS
Active Alarms
Active Alarms
The Active Alarms screen displays up to 33 records; it shows any active
alarm and any Latched alarm that has not been cleared. Examples of
alarms include inputs in alarm status, a low battery condition and a
loss of connection to an analog input. When any alarms are present, the
Active Alarms screen shows descriptive details for each alarm:
> ACTIVE ALARM 33/33
SENSOR_1
101.0 DEG
HIGH SETPOINT ALARM
• the source of the alarm (for example, SENSOR_1 or BATTERY)
• the status of an input or output (101.0 DEG)
• a brief description of the problem (HIGH SETPOINT ALARM or CHECK
BATTERY)
If there are no active alarms, the screen displays the message:
SENSOR_2 ------ DEG
SENSOR PROBLEM
INPUT_07 ALARM
CONTACT OPEN
BATTERY
CHECK BATTERY
NO ALARMS PRESENT
Viewing Additional Screens
There may be up to 33 records of alarm data.
• To view additional records, use the arrows ↑↓.
• To return to the previous screen, press the ESC key.
Clearing Active Alarms
To clear all active alarms, see 9.12 - Clear Alarms & Logs. Alarm records are stored in the Alarm
Log.
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7.2
View Alarm Log
Main Menu
The Alarm Log contains up to 99 records of alarms that have occurred. > VIEW STATUS
SYSTEM AND CONTROL
Records are added to this log as alarms occur.
To view the Alarm Log:
↑↓=NEXT
• From the Main Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose View Status,
then press Enter ↵.
• From the View Status Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose View
Alarm Log, then press Enter ↵.
7.2.1
Alarm Log
↵=SELECT
View Status Menu
VIEW
> VIEW
VIEW
VIEW
VIEW
VIEW
VIEW
ACTIVE ALARMS
ALARM LOG
EVENT LOG
TREND LOG
INPUT STATUS
OUTPUT STATUS
PAGER NUMBERS
The Alarm Log screen displays up to 99 records showing alarm data,
including input alarms and other conditions, such as loss of power or
low battery. If the log contains any alarm records, the Alarm Log screen
displays details for each alarm:
Alarm Log
> ALARM RECORD 99/99
• the source of the alarm (for example, SENSOR_2 or MODEM)
SENSOR_2
80.0 DEG
• the status of an input or output (80.0 DEG)
HIGH SETPOINT ALARM
• a brief description of the problem (HIGH SETPOINT ALARM or
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INTERNAL FAULT)
MODEM
INTERNAL FAULT
• the date and time the alarm occurred
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29-AUG-02
07:30:00
Table 14 shows conditions that the alarm log records for digital inputs INPUT_08 ALARM
CONTACT CLOSED
and analog inputs and in the panel itself.
Table 14
Alarm log conditions
SOURCE
CONDITIONS
RECORDED
Digital Input
ALARM
NORMAL
Analog Input
HIGH SETPOINT ALARM
LOW SETPOINT ALARM
RETURN TO NORMAL
SENSOR PROBLEM (denoted by dashes ------)
Panel
LOSS OF POWER
LOW BATTERY
CHECK BATTERY
BATTERY UNPLUGGED
ALARM SILENCED
MODEM INTERNAL FAULT
ALARMS CLEARED
EXP BRD LOSS OF COMM
EXP BRD RESTORE COMM
If there are no alarms in the log, the screen displays the message:
NO ALARMS
Viewing Additional Screens
There may be up to 99 records of alarm data.
• To view additional records, use the arrows ↑↓.
• To return to the previous screen, press the ESC key.
7.2.2
Backing Up the Alarm Log (Service Terminal Interface only)
The alarm log is stored as a file in the Liebert Universal Monitor; it can hold no more than 99 records.
When the log is full, the oldest records are deleted from the end of the file as new alarm records are
added at the beginning.
You may back up the alarm log file to a remote computer using the Service Terminal Interface, as
described in 8.2 - Back Up Log Files (Service Terminal Interface only).
To delete all records in the alarm log, see 9.12 - Clear Alarms & Logs.
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7.3
View Event Log
Main Menu
> VIEW STATUS
In addition to alarms, the Liebert Universal Monitor tracks other
SYSTEM AND CONTROL
changes in the Event Log to assist users with verifying operational and
troubleshooting problems. Events reflect changes in the status of an
↑↓=NEXT
↵=SELECT
input that is defined as an event or the change of state of an output (i.e.,
manually forced ON or OFF). Other events may be informational, such
View Status Menu
as a user login or an unsuccessful page attempt. The Event Log
contains up to 99 records of events, which are added as they occur.
VIEW ACTIVE ALARMS
To view the Event Log:
• From the Main Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose View Status,
then press Enter ↵.
• From the View Status Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose View
Event Log, then press Enter ↵.
7.3.1
VIEW
> VIEW
VIEW
VIEW
VIEW
VIEW
ALARM LOG
EVENT LOG
TREND LOG
INPUT STATUS
OUTPUT STATUS
PAGER NUMBERS
Event Log
Event Log
The Event Log screen displays up to 99 recent events. If the log
contains any event records, the Event Log screen displays details for
each event:
> EVENT RECORD 99/99
PAGER
UNSUCCESSFUL PAGE
07-MAY-02
10:07:00
OUTPUT01 MAN ON
CONTACT CLOSED
06-MAY-02
02:47:03
OUTPUT08 ON
CONTACT OPEN
05-MAY-02
05:22:17
• the event source (for example, PAGER or OUTPUT01)
• the status of an input or output (MAN ON)
• a brief description of the event (UNSUCCESSFUL PAGE or CONTACT
CLOSED)
• the date and time the event occurred
Table 15 shows conditions that the event log records for inputs and outputs and in the panel itself.
Table 15
Event log conditions
SOURCE
CONDITIONS
RECORDED
Digital Input
EVENT
NORMAL
Analog Input
HIGH SETPOINT EVENT
LOW SETPOINT EVENT
RETURN TO NORMAL
SENSOR PROBLEM
(denoted by dashes ------)
Digital Output
MAN ON
MAN OFF
AUTO
HW MAN ON
ON
OFF
Panel
ALARMS CLEARED
ALARM SILENCED
DIAL OUT TEST PASSED
DIAL OUT TEST FAILED
UNSUCCESSFUL PAGE
MODEM RESET
TIME & DATE SET
USER LOGIN
If there are no records in the log, the screen displays the message:
NO EVENTS
Viewing Additional Screens
There may be up to 99 records of event data.
• To view additional records, use the arrows ↑↓.
• To return to the previous screen, press the ESC key.
7.3.2
Backing Up the Event Log (Service Terminal Interface only)
The event log is stored as a file in the Liebert Universal Monitor; it can hold no more than 99 records.
When the log is full, the oldest records are deleted from the end of the file as new event records are
added at the beginning.
You may back up the event log file to a remote computer using the Service Terminal Interface, as
described in 8.2 - Back Up Log Files (Service Terminal Interface only).
To delete all records in the event log, see 9.12 - Clear Alarms & Logs.
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7.4
View Trend Log
Main Menu
The Liebert Universal Monitor takes readings of configured analog
input sensors at regular intervals and stores them in four separate
trend logs, one for each sensor. The time interval is 30 minutes. Each
log contains up to 100 records.
Follow these steps to select a sensor and view its trend log:
7.4.1
Select a Sensor
To select a sensor:
• From the Main Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose View Status,
then press Enter ↵.
• From the View Status Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose View
Trend Log, then press Enter ↵.
• From the Sensor Selection Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose the
sensor you want to view—Sensor_1 in the example at right—and
press Enter ↵.
7.4.2
> VIEW STATUS
SYSTEM AND CONTROL
↑↓=NEXT
↵=SELECT
View Status Menu
VIEW
VIEW
VIEW
> VIEW
VIEW
VIEW
VIEW
ACTIVE ALARMS
ALARM LOG
EVENT LOG
TREND LOG
INPUT STATUS
OUTPUT STATUS
PAGER NUMBERS
Select Sensor Menu
SENSOR TO VIEW?
> SENSOR_1
SENSOR_2
View a Trend Log
↑↓=NEXT ↵=SELECT
SENSOR_3
The Trend Log screen displays up to 100 records for the selected sensor.
SENSOR_4
If the log contains records, the screen displays details for each reading:
•
•
•
•
the name of the selected sensor (for example, SENSOR_1)
the reading (75.4 DEG)
a brief description of the reading status (NORMAL)
the date and time of the reading
Trend Log
> TREND LOG 100/100
SENSOR_1
75.4 DEG
NORMAL
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70.5 DEG
LOW SETPOINT EVENT
Each analog input has its own trend log.
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Table 16 Trend log conditions
SENSOR_1
79.9 DEG
RETURN TO NORMAL
SOURCE
Analog Input
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CONDITIONS
LOW SETPOINT ALARM
RECORDED
LOW SETPOINT EVENT
HIGH SETPOINT ALARM
HIGH SETPOINT EVENT
RETURN TO NORMAL
NORMAL
SENSOR PROBLEM (denoted by dashes ------)
If there are no records in the log, the screen displays the message:
NO TRENDS
Viewing Additional Screens
There may be up to 100 records of trend data for the selected sensor.
• To view additional records, use the arrows ↑↓.
• To return to the previous screen, press the ESC key.
7.4.3
Backing Up the Trend Log (Service Terminal Interface only)
The four trend logs are stored as files in the Liebert Universal Monitor, with a maximum of 100
records per sensor. When a log is full, the oldest records are deleted from the end of the file as new
trend records are added at the beginning.
You may back up each trend log file to a remote computer using the Service Terminal Interface, as
described in 8.2 - Back Up Log Files (Service Terminal Interface only).
To delete all records in the trend logs, see 9.12 - Clear Alarms & Logs.
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7.5
View Input Status
Main Menu
> VIEW STATUS
The Input Status option allows you to view the current status of all
SYSTEM AND CONTROL
inputs: the four analog sensor inputs and the eight digital inputs. If the
optional Expansion Board is used, the additional 16 digital inputs can
↑↓=NEXT
↵=SELECT
also be viewed.
To view the Input Status:
View Status Menu
• From the Main Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose View Status,
then press Enter ↵.
• From the View Status Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose View
Input Status, then press Enter ↵.
7.5.1
Input Status
VIEW
VIEW
VIEW
VIEW
> VIEW
VIEW
VIEW
The Input Status screen displays the status of each analog sensor and
digital input.
Input Status
Analog Sensor Inputs
INPUT / STATUS
> SENSOR_1 +80.00 DEG
SENSOR_2 ------ DEG
SENSOR_3
SENSOR_4 +79.50 RH
INPUT_01 NORMAL
INPUT_02 ALARM
INPUT_03 EVENT
INPUT_04 ALARM
INPUT_05 ALARM
INPUT_06 EVENT
INPUT_07 NORMAL
INPUT_08 NORMAL
INPUT_09 NORMAL
INPUT_10 ALARM
INPUT_11 EVENT
INPUT_12 ALARM
INPUT_13 ALARM
INPUT_14 EVENT
INPUT_15 NORMAL
INPUT_16 NORMAL
INPUT_17 NORMAL
INPUT_18 ALARM
INPUT_19 EVENT
INPUT_20 ALARM
INPUT_21 ALARM
INPUT_22 EVENT
INPUT_23 NORMAL
INPUT_24 NORMAL
The following details are displayed for analog sensor inputs:
• the name of the analog sensor input (for example, SENSOR_1)
• the current reading (+80.00 DEG)—values are updated constantly
while being viewed
There are three possible states for an analog input, as shown in
Table 17.
Table 17
Analog input states
State
Functional
Problem with
connection
Not configured
Description
Reading—-for example, +80.00 DEG or +79.50 RH
Dashes (------)
Blank
NOTE
If the status displays dashes (------), the Liebert Universal
Monitor was unable to take a reading. There may be a
connection problem. If the status is blank, the sensor is not
configured as being connected.
Digital Inputs
The following details appear for digital inputs:
• the name of the digital input (for example, INPUT_01)
• the current status (NORMAL)—values are updated constantly while
being viewed
ACTIVE ALARMS
ALARM LOG
EVENT LOG
TREND LOG
INPUT STATUS
OUTPUT STATUS
PAGER NUMBERS
NOTE: 16 additional inputs
(INPUT_09 thru INPUT_24)
for optional Expansion Board
There are three possible states for a digital input, as shown in Table 18.
Table 18
State
NORMAL
ALARM
EVENT
Digital input states
Description
In normal state
In alarm status (for an input configured as alarmable)
An event has occurred (for an input configured as an event)
Viewing Additional Input Data
All input data may be viewed by scrolling beyond the four lines that appear on the LCD at one time:
• To view all inputs, use the arrows ↑↓.
• To return to the previous screen, press the ESC key.
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7.6
View Output Status
Main Menu
The Output Status option allows you to view the current status of all
eight outputs. If the optional Expansion Board is used, the additional
eight digital outputs can also be viewed.
To view the Output Status:
• From the Main Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose View Status,
then press Enter ↵.
• From the View Status Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose View
Output Status, then press Enter ↵.
7.6.1
Output Status
The Output Status screen displays the status of each digital output.
> VIEW STATUS
SYSTEM AND CONTROL
↑↓=NEXT
↵=SELECT
View Status Menu
VIEW
VIEW
VIEW
VIEW
VIEW
> VIEW
VIEW
ACTIVE ALARMS
ALARM LOG
EVENT LOG
TREND LOG
INPUT STATUS
OUTPUT STATUS
PAGER NUMBERS
The following details appear for digital outputs:
Output Status
• the name of the output (for example, OUTPUT01)
OUTPUT / STATUS
• the current status (ON)—values are updated constantly while being > OUTPUT01 ON
OUTPUT02 OFF
viewed
There are five possible states for a digital output, as shown in
Table 19.
Table 19
Digital output states
State
Description
ON
OFF
MAN ON
Automatic
Automatic
Manually ON
MAN OFF
Manually OFF
HW MAN ON
Manually ON
(all outputs)
Controlled by Liebert Universal Monitor
This output forced ON or OFF
via Manual Output Ctrl menu or Liebert
SiteScan® Web
All outputs forced ON
via hardware switch on circuit board
Viewing Additional Output Data
All output data may be viewed by scrolling beyond the four lines that
appear on the LCD at one time:
• To view all outputs, use the arrows ↑↓.
• To return to the previous screen, press the ESC key.
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OUTPUT03
OUTPUT04
OUTPUT05
OUTPUT06
OUTPUT07
OUTPUT08
OUTPUT09
OUTPUT10
OUTPUT11
OUTPUT12
OUTPUT13
OUTPUT14
OUTPUT15
OUTPUT16
ON
MAN
ON
OFF
MAN
ON
ON
OFF
ON
MAN
ON
OFF
MAN
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
NOTE: 8 additional outputs
(OUTPUT09 thru OUTPUT16)
for optional Expansion Board
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7.7
View Pager Numbers
Main Menu
The Liebert Universal Monitor may be set up to dial pager numbers
when an alarm is detected. Up to four pagers may be configured, as
described in 9.8 - Setup System - Setup Modem & Pagers.
> VIEW STATUS
SYSTEM AND CONTROL
↑↓=NEXT
↵=SELECT
The View Pager Numbers option allows you to view the pager numbers
and PINs for all configured pagers. Use the following steps to select a
View Status Menu
pager and view its information.
7.7.1
Select a Pager
To select a pager:
• From the Main Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose View Status,
then press Enter ↵.
• From the View Status Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose View
Pager Numbers, then press Enter ↵.
• From the Pager Selection screen, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose the
pager you want to view—Pager Number 1 in the example at
right—and press Enter ↵.
• Use the following steps to view a pager number or PIN for the
selected pager.
7.7.2
View a Pager Number
VIEW
VIEW
VIEW
VIEW
VIEW
VIEW
> VIEW
ACTIVE ALARMS
ALARM LOG
EVENT LOG
TREND LOG
INPUT STATUS
OUTPUT STATUS
PAGER NUMBERS
Pager Selection
PAGER TO VIEW?
> PAGER NUMBER 1
PAGER NUMBER 2
PAGER NUMBER 3
PAGER NUMBER 4
Pager Menu
To view a pager number:
> VIEW PAGER NUMBER
VIEW PAGER PIN
• Choose View Pager Number from the Pager Menu and press
Enter ↵.
Pager Number
• The Pager Number screen displays the number that is configured
PAGER 1 NUMBER
for the selected pager.
A1,8005551212
In the example at right, the telephone number is preceded by A to
dial an alphanumeric pager and includes a comma (,) to pause two
seconds after dialing “1” before proceeding to dial the area code and
number. To change this number, see 9.8.3 - Pager Setup - Pager
Number and PIN.
• Press ESC to return to the Pager Menu.
7.7.3
View a Pager PIN
To view a pager PIN:
Pager Menu
• Choose View Pager PIN from the Pager Menu and press
Enter ↵.
• The Pager PIN screen displays the PIN that is configured for the
selected pager. To change this number, see 9.8 - Setup System Setup Modem & Pagers.
• Press ESC to return to the Pager Menu.
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VIEW PAGER NUMBER
> VIEW PAGER PIN
Pager PIN
PAGER 1 PIN
01234567891011121344
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Silence Alarm & Backup Log Files (Service Terminal Interface)
8.0
SILENCE ALARM & BACKUP LOG FILES (SERVICE TERMINAL INTERFACE)
This section describes two features that are available in the Service Terminal Interface:
• Silence Alarm
• Backup Log Files
8.1
Silence Alarm (Service Terminal Interface)
The Silence Alarm menu item allows you to silence the audible alarm and reset the Common Alarm
Relay output if the common alarm is configured to reset with silence.
This menu item is available only through the Service Terminal Interface and Liebert SiteScan® Web
connection.
NOTE
An alarm may also be silenced by pressing any key on the LCD keypad on the front of the
Liebert Universal Monitor. The LCD does not offer Silence Alarm as a menu item.
To silence the alarm remotely through the Service Terminal Interface:
• Connect to the Liebert Universal Monitor either from a remote computer or through the RS232
port (see A.2 - Connecting to the Service Terminal Interface).
• At the Main Menu, enter 8 (Silence Alarm).
• At the Silence Alarm menu, shown below, enter 1 to silence the audible alarm immediately. (To
exit without silencing the alarm, enter 2 or press the Escape key.)
Silence Alarm
(Service Terminal Interface only)
SILENCE ALARM
Silence alarm and reset
common alarm relay if
common alarm relay is
configured to reset with
silence alarm
1=SILENCE ALARM
2=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:1
>ALARM HAS BEEN SILENCED
• A confirmation message appears: “Alarm has been silenced.”
NOTE
Through Liebert SiteScan Web, this option is available via the Liebert Universal
Monitor Graphic Screen.
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Silence Alarm & Backup Log Files (Service Terminal Interface)
8.2
Back Up Log Files (Service Terminal Interface only)
The Liebert Universal Monitor maintains three types of logs—alarm, event and trend—that may be
backed up to a remote computer.
This feature is available only through the Service Terminal Interface.
To back up any of the alarm, event or trend logs:
1. Connect to the Liebert Universal Monitor either from a remote computer or through the RS232
port (see A.2 - Connecting to the Service Terminal Interface).
2. At the Main Menu, enter 9 (Backup Log Files).
3. At the Backup Log Files menu, as shown below, enter a number for the type of file you want to
back up:
• Enter 1 to back up the Alarm Log
• Enter 2 to back up the Event Log
• Enter 3 to back up the Trend Log for the first sensor (Sensor_1)
• Enter 4 to back up the Trend Log for the second sensor (Sensor_2)
• Enter 5 to back up the Trend Log for the third sensor (Sensor_3)
• Enter 6 to back up the Trend Log for the fourth sensor (Sensor_4)
Backup Log Files - Alarm Log File
(Service Terminal Interface only)
BACKUP LOG FILES
Backup alarm, event and trend log files
1=BACKUP
2=BACKUP
3=BACKUP
4=BACKUP
5=BACKUP
6=BACKUP
7=RETURN
ALARM LOG FILE
EVENT LOG FILE
TREND LOG FILE-SENSOR_1
TREND LOG FILE-SENSOR_2
TREND LOG FILE-SENSOR_3
TREND LOG FILE-SENSOR_4
TO MAIN MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:1
4. At the prompt to initiate a backup of the selected log file, enter Y (Yes - begin) or N (No - cancel).
The current setting appears in brackets—[N] in the following example.
>INITIATE A BACKUP OF ALARM LOG-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>[
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NOTE
The following instructions refer to the Microsoft® Windows® HyperTerminal program. These
steps may vary for other communications programs.
5. At the top of the HyperTerminal window, shown below, click on Transfer, then on Receive File.
Enter folder
Select Xmodem
Enter filename for example,
alarm.log
6. In the Receive File window, as shown above:
• In the Place Received File in the Following Folder box, enter the name and location of the
folder where the configuration file should be placed—for example, C:\downloads—or click
on the Browse button to locate the folder.
• In the Use Receiving Protocol box, select Xmodem from the drop-down list.
• Click on the Receive button. (To close the window without backing up the file, click on Close
or Cancel.)
7. In the Receive Filename window, enter a name for the log file—Alarm.log in the example above.
8. When the transfer is complete, a confirmation message appears in the Service Terminal Interface
window: “Backup Successful.”
9. The display returns to the Backup Log Files menu. You may choose another type of log file to back
up (return to Step 3) or press 7 (or Escape) to return to the Main Menu.
After backing up a log file, you may want to delete all records in the Universal Monitor’s log of that
type. See 9.12 - Clear Alarms & Logs for details.
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System and Control Options
9.0
SYSTEM AND CONTROL OPTIONS
NOTE
For ease of understanding, this section uses the LCD interface to illustrate most instructions,
except for features that are available only through the Service Terminal Interface. All Service
Terminal Interface screens appear in Appendix A - Service Terminal Interface.
The System and Control menu allows you to configure the Liebert Universal Monitor—setting up
inputs and outputs and an input/output matrix to trigger actions, the modem and pagers, and system
features such as date and time. This menu also provides a vehicle for manually changing the state of
an output to ON or OFF, clearing active alarms and deleting records from the Liebert Universal
Monitor’s alarm log, event log and trend logs.
The arrows ↑↓ are used to scroll through the menu. The Enter ↵ key is used to select the menu item
and enter new information. Table 20 shows characters that may be entered in labels and values.
Table 20
Valid characters for data entry
Alphanumeric
Special characters
A-Z, 0-9
space [ ] ^ _ ! " # $ % & ( ) * + - / , . ; < = > @
The System and Control options require a password to prevent unauthorized users from making
changes to the system.
This section presents step-by-step instructions for each of the following:
•
•
•
•
Login - enter the password
Setup System - configure inputs, outputs, modem, pagers, system features
Manual Output Ctrl - manually override automatic control of outputs; release the override
Clear Alarms & Logs - clear active alarms; delete records from the alarm, event and trend logs
NOTE
If an alarm occurs while a user is logged on, the LCD backlight will flash and the audible
alarm will sound. To obtain specific information about the alarm, you must access the Active
Alarm screen (see 7.1 - View Active Alarms) or the Alarm Log (see 7.2 - View Alarm Log).
9.1
Login
Users must enter a password to access any of the system and control
options. The password consists of four characters (see Table 20 for
valid characters). (To set up or change the password, see 9.9.1 Change Password.)
To log in:
• From the Main Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose System and
Control, then press Enter ↵, as shown at right.
• Use the arrows ↑↓ to choose System and Control, and press
Enter ↵. The Login menu appears.
• To enter your password:
• Use the arrows ↑↓ to choose a character.
• Press Enter ↵ to advance to the next character position.
• When finished, press Enter ↵ again.
The System and Control Menu appears next, with these options that
are described in the following sections:
Main Menu
VIEW STATUS
> SYSTEM AND CONTROL
↑↓=NEXT
↵=SELECT
Login
LOGIN
AAAA
↑↓=SELECT ↵=NEXT/END
System & Control Menu
> SETUP SYSTEM
MANUAL OUTPUT CTRL
CLEAR ALARMS & LOGS
↑↓=NEXT ↵=SELECT
• Setup System (Section 9.2 - Section 9.9)
• Manual Output Ctrl (Section 9.11)
• Clear Alarms & Logs (Section 9.12)
NOTE
If, after logging in, you press the ESC key to return to a previous screen that is not passwordprotected, you must log in again, including entering your password if you wish to access
password-protected functions.
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Figure 14 shows the main options available from the System & Control menu.
Figure 14 Menu overview - System and Control menu
Opening Screen
UNIVERSAL MONITOR
DD-MON-YY HR:MM:SS
VX.XXX.X
PRESS ↵=STATUS/SETUP
Main Menu
VIEW STATUS
> SYSTEM AND CONTROL
↵=SELECT
↑↓=NEXT
Login Screen
LOGIN
AAAA
↵=NEXT/END
↑↓=SELECT
System & Control menu
Setup System selected
System & Control menu
Manual Output Ctrl selected
SETUP SYSTEM
> MANUAL OUTPUT CTRL
CLEAR ALARMS & LOGS
> SETUP SYSTEM
MANUAL OUTPUT CTRL
CLEAR ALARMS & LOGS
Setup System menu
SETUP
SETUP
SETUP
SETUP
SETUP
SETUP
SETUP
SETUP
SETUP SYSTEM
MANUAL OUTPUT CTRL
> CLEAR ALARMS & LOGS
Select Output
See
Section
9.2
INPUT
COMMON ALARM
SENSOR
I/O MATRIX
OUTPUT
MODEM&PAGERS
SYSTEM INFO
EXP BOARD
System & Control menu
Clear Alarms&Logs selected
Clear Alarms/Logs menu
See
Section
9.11
OVERRIDE OUTPUT
> OUTPUT01
AUTO
OUTPUT02
AUTO
.
.
.
OUTPUT08
CLEAR
CLEAR
CLEAR
CLEAR
ACTIVE ALARMS
ALARM LOG
EVENT LOG
TREND LOGS
See
Section
9.12
AUTO
Override Output
SELECT OUTPUT01
CLEAR ACTIVE ALARMS
ARE YOU SURE? N
CLEAR ALARM LOG
ARE YOU SURE? N
AUTO
CLEAR EVENT LOG
ARE YOU SURE? N
Setup System options
Setup Input
Setup Common Alarm
See
Section
9.3
SELECT INPUT
> INPUT_01 NO-AL-NL
INPUT_02 NO-AL-NL
.
.
.
INPUT_08
Setup Sensor
See
Section
9.4
RESET COMMON ALARM
WITH SILENCE? N
CLEAR TREND LOGS
ARE YOU SURE? N
Setup I/O Matrix
SELECT SENSOR
> SENSOR_1 +80.00 DEG
.
.
.
See
Section
9.5
MAP INPUT TO OUTPUT
MAP SENSOR TO OUTPT
See
Section
9.6
SENSOR_4 +79.50 RH
NO-AL-NL
SETUP INPUT_01
LABEL: INPUT_01
NORM OPEN/CLOSE: NO
ALARM/EVENT: AL
LATCHED: N
DELAY: 00:01
SETUP SENSOR_1
CONNECTED : N
LABEL: SENSOR_1
UNITS: ___
4 mA: -999.9
20 mA: +999.9
OFFSET: +000.0
ALARM/EVENT: AL
LATCHED: N
LOW SETPT: -950.0
HIGH SETPT: +950.0
SENSOR DELAY: 00:01
Setup Output
Setup Modem & Pagers
SELECT OUTPUT
> OUTPUT01
NO
OUTPUT02
NO
.
.
.
OUTPUT08
See
Section
9.7
SETUP PAGERS
SETUP MODEM
See
Section
9.8
NO
CHANGE LABEL
CHANGE STATE
SELECT PAGER
PAGER NUMBER 1
.
.
.
SELECT INPUT
INPUT_01
INPUT_02
SELECT SENSOR
SENSOR_1 HIGH STPT
SENSOR_1 LOW STPT
INPUT_08
SENSOR_4 LOW
.
.
.
1
OUTPUT MAP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Y N N N N N N N
Setup System Info
CHANGE PASSWORD
CHANGE DATE & TIME
SETUP SITE ID
CONNECT BATTERY
SETUP SERV PH NUM
FACTORY DEFAULTS
ENTER INIT STRING
ATS0=1
PAGER NUMBER 4
See Figure 15
for details on
Setup System Info
SET PAGER 1 NUMBER
SET PAGER 1 PIN
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See
Section
9.9
.
.
.
STPT
1H OUTPUT MAP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Y N N N N N N N
System and Control Options
9.2
Setup System - Overview
The Setup System screen displays seven options that allow you to configure input and output
devices and their relationships, the common alarm, the modem, pagers to be dialed when alarms
occur, and a variety of system details, such as login password and system date and time:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
9.3
Setup Input
Setup Common Alarm
Setup Sensor
Setup I/O Matrix
Setup Output
Setup Modem & Pagers
Setup System Info
Setup Exp Board
Setup System Menu
> SETUP INPUT
SETUP COMMON ALARM
SETUP SENSOR
SETUP I/O MATRIX
↑↓=NEXT ↵=SELECT
SETUP OUTPUT
SETUP MODEM&PAGERS
SETUP SYSTEM INFO
SETUP EXP BOARD
Setup System - Setup Input
The Liebert Universal Monitor has eight digital input points that may
be configured individually. If the optional Expansion Board is used, an
additional 16 digital inputs may also be configured. These inputs may
have a wide variety of Liebert or other manufacturers’ equipment
connected for monitoring.
To configure a digital input:
Log In and Choose Setup System
• From the Main Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose System and
Control, then press Enter ↵ (see 9.1 - Login for help).
• Enter your password at the Login screen.
• From the System and Control Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose
Setup System, then press Enter ↵.
Select a Digital Input to Configure
• From the Setup System Menu, shown at right, use the arrows ↑↓ to
choose Setup Input and press Enter ↵.
• From the Select Input Menu, choose the input you want—for
example, Input_01—and press Enter ↵.
Table 21 shows the digital input features you may change, along with
the default settings: you may change the name of the input, define it as
normally open or closed, and specify it as alarmable or as an event.
Select Input Menu
SELECT
> INPUT_01
INPUT_02
↑↓=NEXT
INPUT_03
INPUT_04
INPUT_05
INPUT_06
INPUT_07
INPUT_08
INPUT_09
INPUT_10
INPUT_11
INPUT_12
INPUT_13
INPUT_14
INPUT_15
INPUT_16
INPUT_17
INPUT_18
INPUT_19
INPUT_20
INPUT_21
INPUT_22
INPUT_23
INPUT_24
INPUT
NO-AL-NL
NO-AL-NL
↵=SELECT
NO-AL-NL
NO-AL-NL
NO-AL-NL
NO-AL-NL
NO-AL-NL
NO-AL-NL
NO-AL-NL
NO-AL-NL
NO-AL-NL
NO-AL-NL
NO-AL-NL
NO-AL-NL
NO-AL-NL
NO-AL-NL
NO-AL-NL
NO-AL-NL
NO-AL-NL
NO-AL-NL
NO-AL-NL
NO-AL-NL
NO-AL-NL
NO-AL-NL
NOTE: INPUT_09 - INPUT_24
• Alarmable inputs may be defined as either Unlatched or Latched. for optional Expansion Board
• Event status allows you to monitor a digital input’s state—and use a change in state to initiate an
action through an output, if desired—without triggering an alarm. Events are always Unlatched.
• You may also specify a delay before the Liebert Universal Monitor responds to an alarm or event.
Use the steps following Table 21 to change the default settings for any digital input.
Table 21
Default settings - digital inputs
Feature
LABEL
NORM OPEN/CLOSE
ALARM/EVENT
LATCHED
DELAY
Default
INPUT_01
NO (Normally open)
AL (Alarmable)
NL (Unlatched) / N (No)*
00:01 (1 second)
Other Options
Any name (up to eight characters)
NC (Normally closed)
EV (Event)
L (Latched) / Y (Yes)*
Any time (in minutes and seconds) from 00:00 to 99:59
* NOTE: Different abbreviations are used to designate a digital input as Latched or Unlatched as shown below.
Settings - Select Input Menu
(see Section 9.3)
When configuring an input
(see Section 9.3.4)
Unlatched
NL (Not Latched)
N (No, not latched)
Latched
L (Latched)
Y (Yes, latched)
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9.3.1
Change Label (Name of Input)
Setup Input Menu
Each input has a default label (Input_01, Input_02, etc.) that you may
change to a more descriptive name for ease in recognizing alarms and
events associated with the input. The label may consist of up to eight
characters (see Table 20 for valid characters).
• From the Setup Input Menu, choose Label for the selected
input—Label: Input_01 in the example at right—and press
Enter ↵.
• To change the input’s label, which may consist of up to eight
characters:
• Use the arrows ↑↓ to choose a character.
• Press Enter ↵ to advance to the next character position.
• When finished, press Enter ↵ again.
9.3.2
Define Input as Normally Open or Normally Closed
Each input may be set up as Normally Open (NO) or Normally Closed
(NC). The default setting for all input points is NO (Normally Open).
If you require an input to be a supervised point, define the input as
Normally Closed (NC).
• From the Setup Input Menu, choose Norm Open/Close, as shown
at right, and press Enter ↵.
• To change the normal state for this input, use the arrows ↑↓ to
choose NO (Normally Open) or NC (Normally Closed), then press
Enter ↵.
SETUP INPUT_01
> LABEL: INPUT_01
NORM OPEN/CLOSE: NO
ALARM/EVENT: AL
↑↓=NEXT
↵=SELECT
LATCHED: N
DELAY: 00:01
Change Label
CHANGE LABEL
INPUT_01
↑↓=SELECT ↵=NEXT/END
Setup Input Menu
SETUP INPUT_01
LABEL: INPUT_01
> NORM OPEN/CLOSE: NO
ALARM/EVENT: AL
↑↓=NEXT
↵=SELECT
LATCHED: N
DELAY: 00:01
Normally Open / Closed
IS INPUT NORMALLY
OPENED OR CLOSED? NO
↑↓=NO/NC
9.3.3
Define Input as Alarmable or Event
↵=END
Setup Input Menu
Each digital input may be defined as Alarmable (AL) or as an
Event (EV).
• For a digital input defined as alarmable, the following alarm
reactions occur when the status of the monitored input device
changes: the LCD flashes, the audible horn sounds, configured
pager numbers will be notified and a record is entered in the
Alarm Log.
• For a digital input defined as an event, the status change is
recorded in the Event Log.
By default, all digital inputs are set up as AL (Alarmable).
SETUP INPUT_01
LABEL: INPUT_01
NORM OPEN/CLOSE: NO
> ALARM/EVENT: AL
↑↓=NEXT
↵=SELECT
LATCHED: N
DELAY: 00:01
Alarmable / Event
IS INPUT AN ALARM
OR EVENT? AL
↑↓=AL/EV
↵=END
• From the Setup Input Menu, choose Alarm/Event, as shown at
right, and press Enter ↵.
• To change the type of digital input, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose AL (Alarmable) or EV (Event),
then press Enter ↵.
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9.3.4
Set Up Alarmable Inputs in Latched or Unlatched Mode
Setup Input Menu
Alarmable input points may be set up in Latched mode (Y), which
requires the user to clear the Liebert Universal Monitor alarms after
an alarm has occurred, or Unlatched mode (N), in which alarms will
automatically clear after a return-to-normal state. The default setting
for alarmable inputs is N (Unlatched). Any input defined as an event
is automatically Unlatched.
SETUP INPUT_01
LABEL: INPUT_01
NORM OPEN/CLOSE: NO
ALARM/EVENT: AL
↑↓=NEXT
↵=SELECT
> LATCHED: N
DELAY: 00:01
A digital input defined as Latched does not reset automatically after
an alarm. It will remain in the triggered position even after the
monitored device returns to normal. After an alarm, the user must
manually reset Latched inputs, as described in 9.12.1 - Clear Active
Alarms. This also means that any digital outputs linked to a Latched
digital input will remain triggered until the input is manually reset.
Latched / Unlatched
IS ALARM
LATCHED? N
↑↓=Y/N
↵=END
A digital input defined as Unlatched will automatically track the
status of the monitored device. No action by the user is required.
• From the Setup Input Menu, choose Latched, as shown above
right, and press Enter ↵.
• To change this feature, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose Y (Yes Latched) or N (No - Unlatched), then press Enter ↵.
NOTE: Only alarmable input points may be set up as Latched. If you
attempt to set up an event as Latched, the message shown at right
appears. Press the ESC key to return to the previous screen to
continue configuring the digital input.
The only way to reset latched alarms is by clearing active alarms. This
step is required to return latched points to their normal state. For
details, see 9.12.1 - Clear Active Alarms.
9.3.5
Set Up Delay Time
Message (if input has
been defined as an event)
LATCH NOT ALLOWED
WHEN IN EVENT MODE
ESC=BACK
Setup Input Menu
Each input may be set up with a specified time delay between the
occurrence of an alarm or event—a monitored device changes state—
and any response by the Liebert Universal Monitor. This feature can
prevent needless responses to transient conditions.
This delay is the amount of time that must elapse before the Liebert
Universal Monitor acknowledges the change of state in the monitored
device and takes any further action, such as dialing configured pagers.
The default time delay is 1 second (displayed as 00 MIN : 01 SEC).
The time delay applies only when a monitored device changes from its
normal state—for example, the Liebert Universal Monitor detects a
closed contact that is defined as Normally Open.
When the monitored device returns to its normal state, the Liebert
Universal Monitor acknowledges the change of state immediately.
SETUP INPUT_01
LABEL: INPUT_01
NORM OPEN/CLOSE: NO
ALARM/EVENT: AL
↑↓=NEXT
↵=SELECT
LATCHED: N
DELAY: 00:01
Delay Time
DELAY TIME BEFORE
TRIGGER?
00 MIN : 01 SEC
↑↓=SELECT ↵=NEXT/END
• From the Setup Input Menu, choose Delay, as shown at right, and
press Enter ↵.
• To change the time delay in minutes and seconds (in the range of 00:00 to 99:59):
• For minutes (MIN), press and hold one of the arrow keys ↑↓ scroll through the numbers 00-99.
• Press Enter ↵ to advance to seconds (SEC).
• For seconds (SEC), press and hold one of the arrow keys ↑↓ scroll through the numbers 00-59.
• When finished, press Enter ↵ again.
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9.4
Setup System - Setup Common Alarm
The audible alarm sounds after the Liebert Universal Monitor detects an alarm condition in any
input that has been defined as alarmable, including digital and analog sensor inputs. Once the alarm
is silenced, there are two options:
• By default, the common alarm remains energized until the input alarm is cleared.
• You may change this setting to de-energize the common alarm automatically once the alarm is
silenced.
You might want to reset the common alarm with silence if an external alarm—for example, a horn—is
connected to the common alarm output contacts.
You might not want to reset the common alarm contacts (let contacts reflect/track alarms) and simply
silence the audible horn.
To change the common alarm setting:
Setup System Menu
Log In and Choose Setup System
• From the Main Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose System and
Control, then press Enter ↵ (see 9.1 - Login for help).
• Enter your password at the Login screen.
• From the System and Control Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose
Setup System, then press Enter ↵.
Change to Reset (Y) or Not Reset (N)
• From the Setup System Menu, shown at right, use the arrows ↑↓
to choose Setup Common Alarm and press Enter ↵.
• By default, the common alarm is set up not to reset automatically
when the alarm is silenced (N). To change this setting, use the
arrows ↑↓ to choose Y (Yes - reset with silence) or N (No - not
reset), then press Enter ↵.
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SETUP INPUT
> SETUP COMMON ALARM
SETUP SENSOR
SETUP I/O MATRIX
↑↓=NEXT ↵=SELECT
SETUP OUTPUT
SETUP MODEM&PAGERS
SETUP SYSTEM INFO
SETUP EXP BOARD
Reset Common Alarm
RESET COMMON ALARM
WITH SILENCE? N
↑↓=Y/N
↵=END
System and Control Options
9.5
Setup System - Setup Sensor
The Liebert Universal Monitor has four analog sensor input points that may be configured
individually. The panel monitors connected equipment for any 4-20 mA input—for example,
temperature and humidity.
To configure a sensor:
Setup System Menu
Log In and Choose Setup System
• From the Main Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose System and
Control, then press Enter ↵ (see 9.1 - Login for help).
• Enter your password at the Login screen.
• From the System and Control Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose
Setup System, then press Enter ↵.
Select a Sensor to Configure
• From the Setup System Menu, shown at right, use the arrows ↑↓ to
choose Setup Sensor and press Enter ↵.
• From the Select Sensor Menu, choose the sensor you want—for
example, Sensor_1—and press Enter ↵.
Table 22 shows sensor features that may be changed, along with the
default settings. By default, sensor inputs are not connected.
SETUP INPUT
SETUP COMMON ALARM
> SETUP SENSOR
SETUP I/O MATRIX
↑↓=NEXT ↵=SELECT
SETUP OUTPUT
SETUP MODEM&PAGERS
SETUP SYSTEM INFO
SETUP EXP BOARD
Select Sensor Menu
SELECT
> SENSOR_1
SENSOR_2
↑↓=NEXT
SENSOR_3
SENSOR_4
SENSOR
+80.00 DEG
------ DEG
↵=SELECT
+79.50 RH
To activate a sensor input, you must specify it as connected and enter
corresponding values for 4 and 20 mA, as well as high and low
setpoints. Other features that may be altered include the name of the sensor, the abbreviation for the
units, and defining the sensor as alarmable or as an event.
• Alarmable sensors may be Latched (Y) or Unlatched (N).
• Event status allows you to monitor a sensor’s high and low setpoints—and use those setpoints to
change the status of an output, if desired—without triggering an alarm. Events are always
Unlatched.
• You may also specify a time delay before the Liebert Universal Monitor responds to an alarm or
event.
Use the steps following Table 22 to change the default settings for any analog sensor input.
Table 22
Default settings - analog sensor inputs
Feature
Default
Other Options
CONNECTED*
N (Not connected)*
Y (Connected)**
LABEL
SENSOR_1
Any name (up to eight characters)
UNITS
Blank
Any units (up to three characters)
4 mA
-999.9
Can define up to two decimal places—for example, -99.99
20 mA
+999.9
Can define up to two decimal places—for example, +99.99
OFFSET
+000.0
Can define up to two decimal places—for example, +00.00
ALARM/EVENT
AL (Alarmable)
EV (Event)
LATCHED
N (Unlatched)
Y (Latched)
LOW SETPT
-0999.9
Can define up to two decimal places—for example, -999.99
HIGH SETPT
+0999.9
Can define up to two decimal places—for example, +999.99
SENSOR DELAY
00:01 (1 second)
Any time (in minutes and seconds) from 00:00 to 99:59
* If a sensor is configured as N (Not connected), the display will show an empty reading (blank spaces).
** If a sensor is configured as Y (Connected) and is functioning properly, the display will show a reading. If the
connected sensor is not functioning properly, the display will show dashes (------) indicating a problem.
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9.5.1
Identify the Sensor as Connected
Setup Sensor Menu
To make use of an analog sensor, you must specify it as Connected (Y).
By default, analog sensors are Not connected (N).
• From the Setup Sensor Menu, choose Connected, as shown at
right, and press Enter ↵.
• To change this feature, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose Y (Yes Connected) or N (No - Not connected), then press Enter ↵.
SETUP SENSOR_1
> CONNECTED : N
LABEL: SENSOR_1
↑↓=NEXT ↵=SELECT
UNITS: ___
4 mA: -999.9
20 mA: +999.9
OFFSET: +000.0
ALARM/EVENT: AL
LATCHED: N
LOW SETPT: -0999.9
HIGH SETPT: +0999.9
SENSOR DELAY: 00:01
Sensor Connected
IS THE SENSOR
CONNECTED? N
↑↓=Y/N
9.5.2
Change Sensor Label (Name)
↵=END
Setup Sensor Menu
Each sensor has a default label (Sensor_1, Sensor_2, etc.) that you may
change to a more descriptive name. The label may consist of up to eight
characters (see Table 20 for valid characters).
• From the Setup Sensor Menu, choose Label for the selected
sensor—Label: Sensor_1 in the example—and press Enter ↵.
• To change the sensor’s label, which may consist of up to eight
characters:
• Use the arrows ↑↓ to choose a character.
• Press Enter ↵ to advance to the next character position.
• When finished, press Enter ↵ again.
SETUP SENSOR_1
CONNECTED : Y
> LABEL: SENSOR_1
↑↓=NEXT ↵=SELECT
UNITS: ___
4 mA: -999.9
20 mA: +999.9
OFFSET: +000.0
ALARM/EVENT: AL
LATCHED: N
LOW SETPT: -0999.9
HIGH SETPT: +0999.9
SENSOR DELAY: 00:01
Change Sensor Label
CHANGE SENSOR LABEL
LABEL: ROOM TMP
↑↓=SELECT ↵=END
9.5.3
Change Units Label
Setup Sensor Menu
For each sensor, you may use a three-character label to specify
measurement units, such as DEG (see Table 20 for valid characters).
• From the Setup Sensor Menu, choose Units for the selected sensor
and press Enter ↵.
• To enter the units label, which may consist of up to three
characters:
• Use the arrows ↑↓ to choose a character.
• Press Enter ↵ to advance to the next character position.
• When finished, press Enter ↵ again.
SETUP SENSOR_1
CONNECTED : Y
LABEL: ROOM_TMP
↑↓=NEXT ↵=SELECT
> UNITS: ___
4 mA: -999.9
20 mA: +999.9
OFFSET: +000.0
ALARM/EVENT: AL
LATCHED: N
LOW SETPT: -0999.9
HIGH SETPT: +0999.9
SENSOR DELAY: 00:01
Change Units Label
CHANGE UNITS LABEL
UNITS: DEG
↑↓=SELECT ↵=NEXT/END
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9.5.4
Change 4 mA Value
Setup Sensor Menu
For the 4 mA value, enter the smallest value for the range of the
sensor—for example, 50°F for a temperature sensor with a range of
50°F to 90°F.
The default value for each sensor is -999.9. Values that can be entered
range from -999.9 to +999.9.
To enter a new value:
• From the Setup Sensor Menu, choose 4 mA for the selected sensor
and press Enter ↵.
• To change the 4 mA value:
• Use the arrows ↑↓ to choose a character.
• Press Enter ↵ to advance to the next character position.
• When finished, press Enter ↵ again.
SETUP SENSOR_1
CONNECTED : Y
LABEL: ROOM_TMP
↑↓=NEXT ↵=SELECT
UNITS: DEG
> 4 mA: -999.9
20 mA: +999.9
OFFSET: +000.0
ALARM/EVENT: AL
LATCHED: N
LOW SETPT: -0999.9
HIGH SETPT: +0999.9
SENSOR DELAY: 00:01
Change 4 mA Value
CHANGE 4 mA VALUE
4 mA: +050.0
↑↓=SELECT ↵=NEXT/END
9.5.5
Change 20 mA Value
Setup Sensor Menu
For the 20 mA value, enter the largest value for the range of the
sensor—for example, 90°F for a temperature sensor with a range of
50°F to 90°F.
The default value for each sensor is +999.9. Values that can be entered
range from -999.9 to +999.9.
To enter a new value:
• From the Setup Sensor Menu, choose 20 mA for the selected
sensor and press Enter ↵.
• To change the 20 mA value:
• Use the arrows ↑↓ to choose a character.
• Press Enter ↵ to advance to the next character position.
• When finished, press Enter ↵ again.
SETUP SENSOR_1
CONNECTED : Y
LABEL: ROOM_TMP
↑↓=NEXT ↵=SELECT
UNITS: DEG
4 mA: +050.0
> 20 mA: +999.9
OFFSET: +000.0
ALARM/EVENT: AL
LATCHED: N
LOW SETPT: -0999.9
HIGH SETPT: +0999.9
SENSOR DELAY: 00:01
Change 20 mA Value
CHANGE 20 mA VALUE
20 mA: +090.0
↑↓=SELECT ↵=NEXT/END
9.5.6
Change Offset Value
Setup Sensor Menu
For the Offset value, enter an adjustment factor—for example, if the
sensor reading shows 70°F when the actual temperature is 75°F, the
offset might be 5°F.
The default Offset value for each sensor is +000.0. Values that can be
entered range from -999.9 to +999.9.
To enter a new value:
• From the Setup Sensor Menu, choose Offset for the selected sensor
and press Enter ↵.
• To change the Offset value:
• Use the arrows ↑↓ to choose a character.
• Press Enter ↵ to advance to the next character position.
• When finished, press Enter ↵ again.
SETUP SENSOR_1
CONNECTED : Y
LABEL: ROOM_TMP
↑↓=NEXT ↵=SELECT
UNITS: DEG
4 mA: +050.0
20 mA: +090.0
> OFFSET: +000.0
ALARM/EVENT: AL
LATCHED: N
LOW SETPT: -0999.9
HIGH SETPT: +0999.9
SENSOR DELAY: 00:01
Change Offset Value
CHANGE OFFSET VALUE
OFFSET: +005.0
↑↓=SELECT ↵=NEXT/END
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9.5.7
Define Sensor as Alarmable or Event
Setup Sensor Menu
Each sensor may be defined as Alarmable (AL) or as an Event (EV).
• For a sensor defined as alarmable, the following alarm reactions
occur when the high-setpoint threshold is crossed: the LCD flashes,
the audible horn sounds, configured pager numbers will be notified
and a record is entered in the Alarm Log.
• For a sensor defined as an event, the high-setpoint occurrence is
recorded in the Event Log.
By default, all sensors are set up as AL (Alarmable).
• From the Setup Sensor Menu, choose Alarm/Event, as shown at
right, and press Enter ↵.
• To change the type of sensor, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose
AL (Alarmable) or EV (Event), then press Enter ↵.
SETUP SENSOR_1
CONNECTED : Y
LABEL: ROOM_TMP
↑↓=NEXT ↵=SELECT
UNITS: DEG
4 mA: +050.0
20 mA: +090.0
OFFSET: +005.0
> ALARM/EVENT: AL
LATCHED: N
LOW SETPT: -0999.9
HIGH SETPT: +0999.9
SENSOR DELAY: 00:01
Alarmable / Event
IS SENSOR AN ALARM
OR EVENT? AL
↑↓=AL/EV
9.5.8
Set Up Alarmable Sensors in Latched or Unlatched Mode
Alarmable sensor points may be set up in Latched mode (Y), requiring
the user to clear the Liebert Universal Monitor alarms after an alarm
has occurred, or Unlatched mode (N), meaning that alarms will
automatically clear after a return-to-normal state. The default setting
for alarmable sensors is N (Unlatched). Any sensor defined as an event
is automatically Unlatched.
A sensor defined as Latched does not reset automatically after an
alarm. It will remain in the triggered position even after the monitored
sensor returns to normal. After an alarm, the user must manually
reset Latched sensors, as described in 9.12.1 - Clear Active Alarms.
This also means that any digital outputs linked to a Latched sensor
will remain triggered until the sensor is manually reset.
A sensor defined as Unlatched will automatically track the status of
the monitored sensor. No action by the user is required.
• From the Setup Sensor Menu, choose Latched, as shown at right,
and press Enter ↵.
• To change this feature, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose Y (Yes Latched) or N (No - Unlatched), then press Enter ↵.
NOTE: Only alarmable sensors may be set up as Latched. If you
attempt to set up an event as Latched, the message shown at right
appears. Press the ESC key to return to the previous screen to
continue configuring the digital input.
The only way to reset latched alarms is by clearing active alarms. This
step is required to return latched points to their normal state. For
details, see 9.12.1 - Clear Active Alarms.
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↵=END
Setup Sensor Menu
SETUP SENSOR_1
CONNECTED : Y
LABEL: ROOM_TMP
↑↓=NEXT ↵=SELECT
UNITS: DEG
4 mA: +050.0
20 mA: +090.0
OFFSET: +005.0
ALARM/EVENT: AL
> LATCHED: N
LOW SETPT: -0999.9
HIGH SETPT: +0999.9
SENSOR DELAY: 00:01
Latched / Unlatched
IS ALARM
LATCHED? N
↑↓=Y/N
↵=END
Message (if sensor has
been defined as an event)
LATCH NOT ALLOWED
WHEN IN EVENT MODE
ESC=BACK
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9.5.9
Change Low Setpoint
Setup Sensor Menu
The Low Setpoint value is typically above the 4 mA value for the
sensor. For example, if the 4 mA value is 50°F, the Low Setpoint might
be 60°F. When the sensor crosses below this value, an alarm or event
will occur, depending on the sensor configuration.
The default Low Setpoint for each sensor is -950.0. Values that can be
entered range from:
• the 4 mA value + the Offset value (in the example, 50+5=55)
to
• the 20 mA value + the Offset value (in the example, 90+5=95)
To determine these values, see 9.5.4 - Change 4 mA Value, 9.5.5 Change 20 mA Value and 9.5.6 - Change Offset Value.
To enter a new value:
SETUP SENSOR_1
CONNECTED : Y
LABEL: ROOM_TMP
↑↓=NEXT ↵=SELECT
UNITS: DEG
4 mA: +050.0
20 mA: +090.0
OFFSET: +005.0
ALARM/EVENT: AL
LATCHED: N
> LOW SETPT: +0055.0
HIGH SETPT: +0999.9
SENSOR DELAY: 00:01
Change Low Setpoint
CHANGE LOW SETPOINT
• From the Setup Sensor Menu, choose Low Setpt for the selected
sensor and press Enter ↵.
• To change the Low Setpoint:
• Use the arrows ↑↓ to choose a character.
• Press Enter ↵ to advance to the next character position.
• When finished, press Enter ↵ again.
9.5.10 Change High Setpoint
LOW SETPT: +0060.0
↑↓=SELECT ↵=NEXT/END
Setup Sensor Menu
The High Setpoint value is typically below the 20 mA value for the
sensor. For example, if the 20 mA value is 90°F, the High Setpoint
might be 85°F. When the sensor crosses above this value, an alarm or
event will occur, depending on the sensor configuration.
The default High Setpoint for each sensor is +950.0. Values that can be
entered range from:
• the 4 mA value + the Offset value (in the example, 50+5=55)
to
• the 20 mA value + the Offset value (in the example, 90+5=95)
To determine these values, see 9.5.4 - Change 4 mA Value, 9.5.5 Change 20 mA Value and 9.5.6 - Change Offset Value.
To enter a new value:
SETUP SENSOR_1
CONNECTED : Y
LABEL: ROOM_TMP
↑↓=NEXT ↵=SELECT
UNITS: DEG
4 mA: +050.0
20 mA: +090.0
OFFSET:
+005.0
ALARM/EVENT: AL
LATCHED: N
LOW SETPT: +0060.0
> HIGH SETPT: +0095.0
SENSOR DELAY: 00:01
Change High Setpoint
CHANGE HIGH SETPOINT
• From the Setup Sensor Menu, choose High Setpt for the selected
sensor and press Enter ↵.
• To change the High Setpoint:
• Use the arrows ↑↓ to choose a character.
• Press Enter ↵ to advance to the next character position.
• When finished, press Enter ↵ again.
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HIGH SETPT: +0085.0
↑↓=SELECT ↵=NEXT/END
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9.5.11 Set Up Delay Time
Setup Sensor Menu
Each sensor may be set up with a specified time delay between the
triggering of a high or low setpoint—a monitored sensor crosses the
high or low setpoint threshold—and any response by the Liebert
Universal Monitor. This feature can prevent transient conditions from
prompting unnecessary responses.
This delay is the amount of time that must elapse before the Liebert
Universal Monitor acknowledges the change in the monitored sensor
and takes any further action, such as dialing configured pagers. The
default time delay is 1 second (displayed as 00 MIN : 01 SEC).
The time delay applies to the triggering of a high or low setpoint and
also after the monitored sensor returns to its normal state. When the
monitored device returns to its normal state, the specified time delay
must elapse before the Liebert Universal Monitor acknowledges the
return-to-normal condition.
SETUP SENSOR_1
CONNECTED : Y
LABEL: ROOM_TMP
↑↓=NEXT ↵=SELECT
UNITS: DEG
4 mA: +050.0
20 mA: +090.0
OFFSET: +005.0
ALARM/EVENT: AL
LATCHED: N
LOW SETPT: +0060.0
HIGH SETPT: +0085.0
SENSOR DELAY: 00:01
Delay Time
DELAY TIME BEFORE
TRIGGER?
00 MIN : 01 SEC
↑↓=SELECT ↵=NEXT/END
• From the Setup Sensor Menu, choose Sensor Delay, as shown at
right, and press Enter ↵.
• To change the time delay in minutes and seconds (in the range of
00:00 to 99:59):
• For minutes (MIN), press and hold one of the arrow keys ↑↓ scroll through the numbers 00-99.
• Press Enter ↵ to advance to seconds (SEC).
• For seconds (SEC), press and hold one of the arrow keys ↑↓ scroll through the numbers 00-59.
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9.6
Setup System - Setup I/O Matrix
The Setup I/O Matrix menu allows you to configure the Liebert Universal Monitor’s digital and
analog inputs to trigger various actions in any or all of the 16 outputs—eight on the main board and
another eight if the optional Expansion Board is used. Each output can be set up to respond to more
than one digital or analog input, including the additional 16 inputs available via the optional
Expansion Board.
Almost any mapping combination can be used. For example, you may
Setup System Menu
decide to trigger an action in Output03 when Input_01 goes into alarm,
SETUP INPUT
or you might want to generate an action in Output04 when Sensor_1
SETUP COMMON ALARM
High Setpoint goes into alarm.
SETUP SENSOR
To set up the mapping of inputs to outputs:
> SETUP I/O MATRIX
↑↓=NEXT ↵=SELECT
Log In and Choose Setup System
• From the Main Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose System and
Control, then press Enter ↵ (see 9.1 - Login for help).
• Enter your password at the Login screen.
• From the System and Control Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose
Setup System, then press Enter ↵.
Select Setup I/O Matrix
• From the Setup System Menu, shown at right, use the arrows ↑↓ to
choose Setup I/O Matrix and press Enter ↵.
• Use the following instructions to set up the mapping of each digital
input or analog sensor input to each output.
9.6.1
Set Up Mapping for a Digital Input
• Use the arrows ↑↓ to choose Map Input To Output from the Map
Input/Sensor Menu, and press Enter ↵.
• From the Select Input Menu, choose the input you want—for
example, Input_01—and press Enter ↵.
Map Input to a Main Board Output
• From the Select Outputs menu, select Map to Main Board if you
want to map the selected input to an output on the Liebert
Universal Monitor’s main board. These outputs are identified as
Outputs 1-8.
• On the Output Map screen, you may map the selected input to any
of the eight outputs (1-8)—or to more than one output, if desired.
The example at right shows Input_01 mapped to Output03.
To make changes to the mapping:
• If needed, press Enter ↵ to advance to the position directly
below the output.
• Use the arrows ↑↓ to choose Y (Yes - Mapped to this output) or
N (No - Not mapped), then press Enter ↵.
• Press Enter ↵ to advance to the next position where you want
to make a change.
• Use the arrows ↑↓ to choose Y (Yes - Mapped to this output) or
N (No - Not mapped), then press Enter ↵.
• When finished, press Enter ↵ again.
SETUP
SETUP
SETUP
SETUP
OUTPUT
MODEM&PAGERS
SYSTEM INFO
EXP BOARD
Map Input/Sensor Menu
> MAP INPUT TO OUTPUT
MAP SENSOR TO OUTPT
↑↓=NEXT
↵=SELECT
Select Input
SELECT INPUT
> INPUT_01
INPUT_02
↑↓=NEXT
↵=SELECT
INPUT_03
INPUT_04
INPUT_05
INPUT_06
INPUT_07
INPUT_08
INPUT_09
INPUT_10
INPUT_11
INPUT_12
INPUT_13
INPUT_14
INPUT_15
INPUT_16
INPUT_17
INPUT_18
INPUT_19
INPUT_20
INPUT_21
INPUT_22
INPUT_23
INPUT_24
Select Outputs
SELECT OUTPUTS
> MAP TO MAIN BOARD
MAP TO EXP BOARD
↑↓=NEXT
↵=SELECT
Output Map
1
OUTPUT MAP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
N N Y N N N N N
↑↓=Y/N
↵=NEXT/END
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Map Input to Expansion Board Output
Select Outputs
• From the Select Outputs menu, select Map to Exp Board if you
SELECT OUTPUTS
want to map the selected input to an output on the optional
MAP TO MAIN BOARD
Expansion Board. These outputs are identified as Outputs 9-16.
> MAP TO EXP BOARD
↑↓=NEXT
↵=SELECT
• On the Output Map screen, you may map the selected input to any
of the eight outputs (9-16)—or to more than one output, if desired.
The example at right shows Input_01 mapped to Output10.
Output Map
To make changes to the mapping:
1
OUTPUT MAP
0910111213141516
• If needed, press Enter ↵ to advance to the position directly
N Y N N N N N N
below the output.
↑↓=Y/N
↵=NEXT/END
• Use the arrows ↑↓ to choose Y (Yes - Mapped to this output) or
N (No - Not mapped), then press Enter ↵.
• Press Enter ↵ to advance to the next position where you want to make a change.
• Use the arrows ↑↓ to choose Y (Yes - Mapped to this output) or N (No - Not mapped), then
press Enter ↵.
• When finished, press Enter ↵ again.
Default Mappings - Digital Inputs to Outputs
Table 23 shows the default mapping of digital inputs to digital outputs.
Table 23
Default mapping of digital inputs to digital outputs
Digital input
By default, mapped to digital output:
Input_01
Output01
Input_02
Output02
Input_03
Output03
Input_04
Output04
Input_05
Output05
Input_06
Output06
Input_07
Output07
Input_08
Output08
NOTE: By default, no Expansion Board inputs are mapped to any outputs.
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9.6.2
Set Up Mapping for an Analog Sensor Input
• Use the arrows ↑↓ to choose Map Sensor To Outpt from the Map
Input/Sensor Menu, and press Enter ↵.
• From the Select Sensor Menu, choose the input you want—for
example, Sensor_1 High Stpt—and press Enter ↵.
Map Sensor to Main Board Output
• From the Select Outputs menu, select Map to Main Board if you
want to map the selected sensor to an output on the Liebert
Universal Monitor main board. These outputs are identified as
Outputs 1-8.
• On the Output Map screen, you may map the selected sensor to any
of the eight outputs (1-8)—or to more than one output, if desired.
The example at right shows Sensor_1 High Stpt mapped to
Output04.
To make changes to the mapping:
• If needed, press Enter ↵ to advance to the position directly
below the output.
• Use the arrows ↑↓ to choose Y (Yes - Mapped to this output) or
N (No - Not mapped), then press Enter ↵.
• Press Enter ↵ to advance to the next position where you want
to make a change.
• Use the arrows ↑↓ to choose Y (Yes - Mapped to this output) or
N (No - Not mapped), then press Enter ↵.
• When finished, press Enter ↵ again.
Map Sensor to Expansion Board Output
• From the Select Outputs menu, select Map to Exp Board if you
want to map the selected sensor to an output on the optional
Expansion Board. These outputs are identified as Outputs 9-16.
• On the Output Map screen, you may map the selected sensor to any
of the eight outputs (9-16)—or to more than one output, if desired.
The example at right shows Sensor_1 High Stpt mapped to
Output11.
To make changes to the mapping:
• If needed, press Enter ↵ to advance to the position directly
below the output.
• Use the arrows ↑↓ to choose Y (Yes - Mapped to this output) or
N (No - Not mapped), then press Enter ↵.
• Press Enter ↵ to advance to the next position where you want
to make a change.
• Use the arrows ↑↓ to choose Y (Yes - Mapped to this output) or
N (No - Not mapped), then press Enter ↵.
• When finished, press Enter ↵ again.
Map Input/Sensor Menu
MAP INPUT TO OUTPUT
> MAP SENSOR TO OUTPT
↵=SELECT
↑↓=NEXT
Select Sensor
SELECT
> SENSOR_1
SENSOR_1
↑↓=NEXT
SENSOR_2
SENSOR_2
SENSOR_3
SENSOR_3
SENSOR_4
SENSOR_4
SENSOR
HIGH STPT
LOW STPT
↵=SELECT
HIGH STPT
LOW STPT
HIGH STPT
LOW STPT
HIGH STPT
LOW STPT
Select Outputs
SELECT OUTPUTS
> MAP TO MAIN BOARD
MAP TO EXP BOARD
↑↓=NEXT
↵=SELECT
Output Map
1H
OUTPUT MAP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
N N N Y N N N N
↑↓=Y/N
↵=NEXT/END
Select Outputs
SELECT OUTPUTS
MAP TO MAIN BOARD
> MAP TO EXP BOARD
↑↓=NEXT
↵=SELECT
Output Map
1H
OUTPUT MAP
0910111213141516
N N Y N N N N N
↑↓=Y/N
↵=NEXT/END
Default Mappings - Analog Inputs to Outputs
By default, analog inputs are not mapped to any digital output, as shown in Table 24.
Table 24
Default mapping of analog inputs to digital outputs
Analog input
By default, mapped to digital output:
Sensor_1
(none)
Sensor_2
(none)
Sensor_3
(none)
Sensor_4
(none)
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9.7
Setup System - Setup Output
The Liebert Universal Monitor has eight outputs that may be
configured individually. If the optional Expansion Board is used, its
additional eight digital outputs may be renamed. The outputs may
have a wide variety of Liebert or other manufacturers’ equipment
connected for configured responses to input alarms and events..
To configure an output:
Log In and Choose Setup System
• From the Main Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose System and
Control, then press Enter ↵ (see 9.1 - Login for help).
• Enter your password at the Login screen.
• From the System and Control Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose
Setup System, then press Enter ↵.
Select an Output to Configure
• From the Setup System Menu, shown at right, use the arrows ↑↓ to
choose Setup Output and press Enter ↵.
• From the Select Output Menu, choose the output you want—for
example, Output01—and press Enter ↵.
Table 25 shows digital output features and default settings. You may
change the name of any output. In addition, the Liebert Universal
Monitor’s eight outputs may be defined as normally open or closed.
Use the steps following Table 25 to change the default settings for any
digital output.
Table 25
Default settings - digital outputs
Feature
9.7.1
Default
Other Options
LABEL
OUTPUT01
Any name (up to eight
characters)
NORM OPEN/CLOSE
(Main board only)
NO (Normally open)
NC (Normally closed)
Change Label (Name of Output)
Setup System Menu
SETUP INPUT
SETUP COMMON ALARM
SETUP SENSOR
SETUP I/O MATRIX
↑↓=NEXT ↵=SELECT
> SETUP OUTPUT
SETUP MODEM&PAGERS
SETUP SYSTEM INFO
SETUP EXP BOARD
Select Output Menu
SELECT OUTPUT
> OUTPUT01
NO
OUTPUT02
NO
↑↓=NEXT
↵=SELECT
OUTPUT03
NO
OUTPUT04
NO
OUTPUT05
NO
OUTPUT06
NO
OUTPUT07
NO
OUTPUT08
NO
OUTPUT09
NO
OUTPUT10
NO
OUTPUT11
NO
OUTPUT12
NO
OUTPUT13
NO
OUTPUT14
NO
OUTPUT15
NO
OUTPUT16
NO
NOTE: OUTPUT09-OUTPUT16
for optional Expansion Board
Setup Output Menu
Each output has a default label (Output01, Output02, etc.) that you
may change to a more descriptive name. The label may consist of up to
eight characters (see Table 20 for valid characters).
> CHANGE LABEL
CHANGE STATE
↑↓=NEXT
↵=SELECT
• From the Setup Output Menu, as shown at right, use the arrows ↑↓
to choose Change Label for the selected output and press Enter ↵.
Change Label
• To change the output’s label, which may consist of up to eight
CHANGE LABEL
characters:
• Use the arrows ↑↓ to choose a character.
LABEL: OUTPUT01
↑↓=SELECT ↵=NEXT/END
• Press Enter ↵ to advance to the next character position.
• When finished, press Enter ↵ again.
9.7.2
Define Main Board Output as Normally Open / Closed
Setup Output Menu
Each output may be set up as Normally Open (NO) or Normally Closed
(NC). The default setting for all output points is NO (Normally Open).
CHANGE LABEL
> CHANGE STATE
• From the Setup Output Menu, choose Change State, as shown at
right, and press Enter ↵ .
• To change the normal state for this output, use the arrows ↑↓ to
choose NO (Normally Open) or NC (Normally Closed), then press
Enter ↵ .
↑↓=NEXT
Change State
SET TO NORMAL OPEN
OR NORMAL CLOSED? NO
↑↓=NO/NC
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↵=SELECT
↵=END
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9.7.3
Set Expansion Board Output by DIP Switch
If you choose Change State from the Setup Output Menu for an
Expansion Board output (OUTPUT09-16), the screen displays a
message that the state must be set by DIP switch, as shown at right.
Each digital output on the optional Expansion Board has an associated
DIP switch that can determine its operation in the event of loss of
communication with the Liebert Universal Monitor or loss of power.
To configure a digital output jumper for a loss of power:
Setup Output Menu
CHANGE LABEL
> CHANGE STATE
↑↓=NEXT
↵=SELECT
Message (if Expansion
Board output selected)
SET BY DIPSWITCH
• Move the switch down to the “OFF” position (factory default) for
Normally Open (NO).
ESC=BACK
• Move the switch up to the “ON” position for Normally Closed (NC).
For more information, see 5.2.3 - Setting the Digital Output DIP Switches.
9.7.4
Configure Main Board Output for Loss of Power (“Fail-Safe”)
Each digital output has an associated jumper that can help prevent undesired effects when the
controller board loses power. For example, without the proper fail-safe jumper setting, a loss of power
might close a switch that is Normally Open (NO)—perhaps shutting off a fan or closing a valve.
This fail-safe jumper setting is unrelated to configuring an output as Normally Open (NO) or
Normally Closed (NC), as described in the previous section, 9.7.2 - Define Main Board Output as
Normally Open / Closed.
To configure a digital output jumper for a loss of power:
• Set the jumper in the “OFF” position (factory default) to make the output Normally Open (NO).
• Set the jumper in the “ON” position to make the output Normally Closed (NC).
For more information, see 4.2.3 - Setting the Digital Output Jumpers.
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9.8
Setup System - Setup Modem & Pagers
To use the modem and pager features, be sure to connect the phone line connector to a telephone wall
jack using an RJ11 cord, as described in 4.6.2 - Phone Line Connector.
9.8.1
Modem Setup - Initialization String
The Liebert Universal Monitor has an on-board modem that offers dial-up access to all LCD functions
as well as features available only through the Service Terminal Interface (see A.1 - Comparison of
Functions: LCD and Service Terminal Interface). The modem also permits remote notification of
alarms.
Supported Modem Settings
Supported settings vary for different types of access:
Table 26
Supported modem settings
For:
Modem supports:
Dial-up via terminal
9600 baud, no parity, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit
Pager access
9600 baud, even parity, 7 data bits, 1 stop bit and TAPI protocol version 1.8
International
dialing
For calls involving countries that do not support country code B5 (see Table 28):
• Modem model MT5600SMI is required (model number is on the modem label).
• +GCI=xx (xx is the country code) must be added to the initialization string (see Step 7 in
this section).
Default Modem Settings
Table 27 shows the default settings for modem options.
Table 27
Default settings - modem
Feature
Initialization String (Init String)
Default
Other Options
ATS0=1
Any string (up to 40 characters); for international dialing,
add +GCI=xx, where xx is the country code (except B5
countries—see Table 28)
Enable Modem Diagnostic Messages
N (disable)
Y (enable)
Modem Dial Prefix
ATE0X4DT
Any string
Modem Hang Up Delay After a Call
10 seconds
Any number (up to 99 seconds)
Configuring the Modem
To configure the modem:
Setup System Menu
Log In and Choose Setup System
1. From the Main Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose System and
Control, then press Enter ↵ (see 9.1 - Login for help).
2. Enter your password at the Login screen.
3. From the System and Control Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose
Setup System, then press Enter ↵.
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SETUP INPUT
SETUP COMMON ALARM
SETUP SENSOR
SETUP I/O MATRIX
↑↓=NEXT ↵=SELECT
SETUP OUTPUT
> SETUP MODEM&PAGERS
SETUP SYSTEM INFO
SETUP EXP BOARD
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Select Modem Setup
4. From the Setup System Menu, shown at right, use the arrows ↑↓ to
choose Setup Modem&Pagers and press Enter ↵.
5. Use the arrows ↑↓ to choose Setup Modem from the Pagers &
Modem Menu and press Enter ↵.
6. The Setup Modem Menu displays the initialization string
(Init String), which may consist of up to 40 characters (see
Table 20 for valid characters). The default Init String is ATS0=1.
International Dialing
7. To enable international dialing involving countries that do not
support country code B5 (see Table 28), you must add the
appropriate country codes to the initialization string using the
format:
+GCI=xx
where xx is the country code.
(This also requires the modem model MT5600SMI; the model number can be found on the modem label.)
Note: For countries that support B5, there is no need to add country codes to the init string.
Table 28
Setup System Menu
SETUP INPUT
SETUP COMMON ALARM
SETUP SENSOR
SETUP I/O MATRIX
↑↓=NEXT ↵=SELECT
SETUP OUTPUT
> SETUP MODEM&PAGERS
SETUP SYSTEM INFO
SETUP EXP BOARD
Pagers & Modem Menu
SETUP PAGERS
> SETUP MODEM
↑↓=NEXT
↵=SELECT
Setup Modem Menu
ENTER INIT STRING
ATS0=1
↑↓=NEXT
↵=SELECT
Country codes
Country
Code*
Country
Code*
Country
Code*
Country
Code*
Argentina
07
Finland
FD
Italy
FD
Philippines
B5
Australia
09
France
FD
Japan
00
Portugal
FD
Austria
FD
Germany
FD
Korea
B5
Slovak Republic
FD
Belgium
FD
Greece
FD
Liechtenstein
FD
Spain
FD
Canada
B5
Hong Kong
99
Luxembourg
FD
Sweden
FD
China
B5
Hungary
FD
Mexico
B5
Switzerland
FD
Cyprus
FD
Iceland
FD
Netherlands
FD
Taiwan
FE
Czech Republic
FD
Indonesia
99
New Zealand
7E
United Kingdom
FD
Denmark
FD
Ireland
FD
Norway
FD
United States
B5
* B5 is the default setting—initialization string +GCI=xx is not needed for these countries
Edit the Init String
8. To enter or edit the Init String:
• Use the arrows ↑↓ to choose a character.
• Press Enter ↵ to advance to the next character position.
• When finished, press Enter ↵ again.
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9.8.2
Modem Setup - Additional Features (Service Terminal Interface only)
The Service Terminal Interface offers four additional options for the modem that are not available
through the LCD interface:
•
•
•
•
Enter Liebert Universal Monitor phone number
Enable modem diagnostic messages
Change modem dial prefix
Change modem hang up delay after a call
To access these options:
• Connect to the Liebert Universal Monitor either from a remote computer or through the RS232
port (see A.2 - Connecting to the Service Terminal Interface).
• At the Main Menu, enter 0 (zero—Setup System-Login Required).
• At the Login Menu, enter your password.
• At the Setup Menu, enter 6 (Setup Modem&Pagers).
• At the Setup Modem & Pagers menu, shown below, enter 5 to begin configuration.
Setup Modem & Pagers - Modem Setup
(Service Terminal Interface only)
SETUP MODEM&PAGERS
Input pager and
modem information
Select pager or modem
CURRENT NUMBER
*******************
An "A" is required
as 1st character
for an alpha pager,
an "N" for a numeric
pager, and an "M"
for a remote modem.
*******************
1=PAGER NUMBER 1
2=PAGER NUMBER 2
3=PAGER NUMBER 3
4=PAGER NUMBER 4
5=MODEM CONFIGURATION
6=RETURN TO SETUP MENU
7=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:5
• At the Change Modem Initialization String prompt, you may press Enter to bypass this option (or
see 9.8.1 - Modem Setup - Initialization String for instructions on entering the string).
>CHANGE MODEM INITIALIZATION STRING(40 CHARACTERS MAX).
>[ATS0=1]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
Enter Liebert Universal Monitor Phone Number
This entry allows you to store the phone number that must be dialed to access the Liebert Universal
Monitor for future reference. This has no effect on the Liebert Universal Monitor’s modem settings or
functionality—it simply places the phone number in an accessible location.
• At the Liebert Universal Monitor Phone Number prompt, enter the phone number for the Liebert
Universal Monitor. The current setting appears in brackets []—nothing has been entered in the
following example.
>ENTER UNIVERSAL MONITOR PHONE NUMBER(40 CHARACTERS MAX).
>[]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
• Press Enter to proceed, or Escape to cancel the entry. If you make a change, a confirmation
message appears: “Command Successful.”
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Enable Modem Diagnostic Messages
Enabling modem diagnostics will provide the following additional information about the modem to
the computer using the Service Terminal Interface:
Hang-up modem
Modem model number
No dial tone
No carrier
Busy
No answer
Pager checksum error
Pager pin number error
Error (indicates incorrect phone number, dial prefix or modem initialization string)
For alphanumeric pager failures:
Paging company non answer on 1st
Paging company non answer on 2nd
Paging company non answer on Last
Paging company non answer on Handshake
• At the Enable Modem Diagnostic Messages prompt, enter Y (Yes - enable) or N (No - disable). The
current setting appears in brackets—[N] in the following example.
>ENABLE MODEM DIAGNOSTIC MESSAGES-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
• Press Enter to proceed, or Escape to cancel the entry. If you make a change, a confirmation
message appears: “Command Successful.”
Change Modem Dial Prefix
• At the Change Modem Dial Prefix prompt, enter the prefix to be dialed. The current setting
appears in brackets—[ATE0X4DT] in the following example.
>CHANGE MODEM DIAL PREFIX.
>[ATE0X4DT]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
• For international dialing involving countries that do not support B5 (see Table 28), add country
codes to the initialization string using the format +GCI=xx, where xx is the country code.
(Note: Also requires MT5600SMI modem; model number is on modem label.)
See 9.8.1 - Modem Setup - Initialization String for more information.
• Press Enter to proceed, or Escape to cancel the entry. If you make a change, a confirmation
message appears: “Command Successful.”
Change Modem Hang Up Delay After a Call
• At the Change Modem Hang Up Delay After a Call prompt, enter the number of seconds to delay
hanging up after a call. The maximum is 99 seconds. The current setting appears in brackets—
[10] in the following example.
>CHANGE MODEM HANG UP DELAY AFTER A CALL(99 SEC MAX).
>[10]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
• Press Enter to proceed, or Escape to cancel the entry. If you make a change, a confirmation
message appears: “Command Successful.”
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9.8.3
Pager Setup - Pager Number and PIN
The Liebert Universal Monitor may be configured to dial numeric or alphanumeric pagers when an
alarm is detected. You may enter up to four pager numbers—all configured pagers will be dialed each
time an alarm occurs. For each configured pager, you must enter the pager number to be dialed and
the pager’s Personal Identification Number (PIN).
See 10.1 - Liebert Universal Monitor Specifications for supported pager settings.
The Liebert Universal Monitor can send numeric or alphanumeric messages to supported pagers, as
shown in the following example:
Alphanumeric pager
message example
LIEBERT TEST
INPUT_01 ALARM
CONTACT CLOSED
2:07 PM 06/09/04
Pager company time stamp
When an alarm is detected, the first pager number is dialed—up to three times, if needed. After a
successful page or three dialing attempts, the next pager number is dialed, again with three attempts
as needed, and so on for all configured pagers.
Table 29
Pager dialing results
Result of Page
Successful
Action
Message Generated
Liebert Universal Monitor dials next configured pager.
—
Busy signal / no answer /
no dial tone
Liebert Universal Monitor generates message after all
three redial attempts have failed, dials next configured
pager.
Unsuccessful Page
(Event Log)
General modem
communication problem
Liebert Universal Monitor resets modem, generates
message, redials pager up to three more times.
Modem Reset
(Event Log)
No communication with
modem
(internal hardware problem)
Liebert Universal Monitor generates messages, makes
no further dialing attempts.
Modem Internal Fault
(Active Alarm Report,
Alarm History Log)
Unsuccessful due to:
To configure a pager:
Setup System Menu
Log In and Choose Setup System
• From the Main Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose System and
Control, then press Enter ↵ (see 9.1 - Login for help).
• Enter your password at the Login screen.
• From the System and Control Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose
Setup System, then press Enter ↵.
Select a Pager to Configure
• From the Setup System Menu, shown at right, use the arrows ↑↓
to choose Setup Modem&Pagers and press Enter ↵.
• Use the arrows ↑↓ to choose Setup Pagers from the Pagers &
Modem Menu, and press Enter ↵.
• From the Select Pager Menu, choose the pager number you
want—for example, Pager Number 1—and press Enter ↵.
SETUP INPUT
SETUP COMMON ALARM
SETUP SENSOR
SETUP I/O MATRIX
↑↓=NEXT ↵=SELECT
SETUP OUTPUT
> SETUP MODEM&PAGERS
SETUP SYSTEM INFO
SETUP EXP BOARD
Pagers & Modem Menu
> SETUP PAGERS
SETUP MODEM
↑↓=NEXT
↵=SELECT
Select Pager Menu
SELECT PAGER
> PAGER NUMBER 1
PAGER NUMBER 2
↑↓=NEXT ↵=SELECT
PAGER NUMBER 3
PAGER NUMBER 4
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Enter a Pager Number
• From the Setup Pager Menu, choose Setup Pager Number for
the selected pager—Setup Pager 1 Number in the example at
right—and press Enter ↵.
• See Table 30 for guidelines on entering the pager number, which
may consist of up to 40 characters. To enter the pager number:
• Use the arrows ↑↓ to choose a character.
• Press Enter ↵ to advance to the next character position.
• When finished, press Enter ↵ again.
Table 30
Guidelines for dialing pagers
Device type
Numeric
pager
Required entries
Example
The first character must be “N”.
N18005551212
Alphanumeric
The first character must be “A”.
pager
A18005551212
Remote
modem
Device type
The first character must be “M”.
Setup Pager Menu
> SET PAGER 1 NUMBER
SET PAGER 1 PIN
↑↓=NEXT
↵=SELECT
Pager # - Numeric
ENTER PAGER 1 NUMBER
N1,8005551212,,,,123
4567#
↑↓=SELECT ↵=NEXT/END
Pager # - Alphanumeric
ENTER PAGER 1 NUMBER
A9W18005551212
↑↓=SELECT ↵=NEXT/END
M18005551212
Optional entries
Example
Use “9” if needed to access an outside
A918005551212
line—place after first character (N, A or M).
All types
of devices
Use "W" to wait for a second dial tone
before dialing if the phone system has two
A9W18005551212
dial tones (initial tone and a second tone
for outside line)—place after “9” (before the
number to be dialed).
Use “,” (comma) to pause two seconds.
Numeric
pager
N1,8005551212
Use “#” as the last character to terminate
N18005551212
page string if required by paging company. ,,,,1234567#
Enter a Pager PIN Number
• From the Setup Pager Menu, choose Setup Pager PIN, as shown
for Pager Number 1 in the example at right, and press Enter ↵.
• To enter the pager PIN, which may consist of up to 20 characters
(see Table 20 for valid characters):
• Use the arrows ↑↓ to choose a character.
• Press Enter ↵ to advance to the next character position.
• When finished, press Enter ↵ again.
NOTE
For international dialing, you might need to add country codes
in the modem initialization string. See 9.8.1 - Modem Setup Initialization String.
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Setup Pager Menu
SET PAGER 1 NUMBER
> SET PAGER 1 PIN
↑↓=NEXT
↵=SELECT
Enter Pager PIN
ENTER PAGER 1 PIN
01234567891011121314
↑↓=SELECT ↵=NEXT/END
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9.8.4
Pager Setup - Communications Check (Service Terminal Interface only)
The Service Terminal Interface offers two additional options for pager setup, which are not available
through the LCD interface:
• Enable communications check
• Enter time to perform communications check
To access these options:
• Connect to the Liebert Universal Monitor either from a remote computer or through the RS232
port (see A.2 - Connecting to the Service Terminal Interface).
• At the Main Menu, enter 0 (zero—Setup System-Login Required).
• At the Login Menu, enter your password.
• At the Setup Menu, enter 6 (Setup Modem&Pagers).
• At the Setup Modem & Pagers menu, shown below, enter a number (1-4) to select a pager.
Setup Modem & Pagers - Pager Setup
(Service Terminal Interface only)
SETUP MODEM&PAGERS
Input pager and
modem information
Select pager or modem
CURRENT NUMBER
*******************
An "A" is required
as 1st character
for an alpha pager,
an "N" for a numeric
pager, and an "M"
for a remote modem.
*******************
1=PAGER NUMBER 1
2=PAGER NUMBER 2
3=PAGER NUMBER 3
4=PAGER NUMBER 4
5=MODEM CONFIGURATION
6=RETURN TO SETUP MENU
7=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:1
• At the Enter Pager Number prompt, you may press Enter to bypass this option (or see 9.8.3 Pager Setup - Pager Number and PIN for instructions on entering the pager number).
>ENTER PAGER NUMBER(40 CHARACTERS MAX).
>[]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
• At the Enter Pager PIN Number prompt, you may press Enter to bypass this option (or see 9.8.3 Pager Setup - Pager Number and PIN for instructions on entering the pager PIN).
>ENTER PAGER PIN NUMBER (20 CHARACTERS MAX).
>[]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
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Enable Communications Check
Enabling this function permits a daily communications test between the Liebert Universal Monitor
and the selected pager. Once each day the Liebert Universal Monitor dials the pager at a specified
time and sends this message: “UNIVERSAL MONITOR COMM CHECK.” (The time of the test is
specified at the next prompt, Enter Time To Perform Communications Check.)
• At the Enable Communications Check prompt, enter Y (Yes - enable) or N (No - disable). The
current setting appears in brackets—[N] in the following example.
>ENABLE COMMUNICATIONS CHECK-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
• Press Enter to proceed, or Escape to cancel the entry. If you make a change, a confirmation
message appears: “Command Successful.”
Enter Time To Perform Communications Check
This function schedules the daily communications test between the Liebert Universal Monitor and
the selected pager, as described in the previous section.
• At the Enter Time To Perform Communications Check prompt, enter the time to initiate the
communications check, using the format HH:MM (hours and minutes in military time), ranging
from 00:00 for midnight to 23:59 for 11:59 p.m. The current setting appears in brackets—[00:00]
in the following example.
>ENTER TIME TO PERFORM COMMUNICATIONS CHECK(HH:MM).
>[00:00]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
• Press Enter to proceed, or Escape to cancel the entry. If you make a change, a confirmation
message appears: “Command Successful.”
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9.9
Setup System - Setup System Info
The Setup System Info options allow users to:
• Change Password—used for access to system setup functions
• Change Date & Time/Automatic Daylight Saving Time—used to set the Liebert Universal
Monitor’s date and time and to enable automatic time change for Daylight Saving Time
• Setup Site ID—the Liebert Universal Monitor’s location to differentiate among sites if more
than one Liebert Universal Monitor is in use
• Connect Battery—stops the Liebert Universal Monitor battery from backing up the panel
• Backup and Upload Configuration File (Service Terminal Interface only)—permits the
user to copy the Liebert Universal Monitor’s configuration settings and to upload the file to the
Liebert Universal Monitor
• Setup Serv Ph Num—enables alarm notification to the telephone number entered (in addition
to the four pager numbers).
• Restore Defaults—returns the Liebert Universal Monitor to its factory settings
• Perform Firmware Update (Service Terminal Interface only)—changes the Liebert
Universal Monitor’s firmware to newest version
• Initiate Remote Alarm Test (Service Terminal Interface only)—used to test auxiliary
alarm
To change any Setup System Info features:
Log In and Choose Setup System
• From the Main Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose System and
Control, then press Enter ↵ (see 9.1 - Login for help).
• Enter your password at the Login screen.
• From the System and Control Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose
Setup System, then press Enter ↵.
Select Setup System
• From the Setup System Menu, shown at right, use the arrows ↑↓ to
choose Setup System Info and press Enter ↵.
• Use the steps following Figure 15 to access any of the Setup
System Info options.
Setup System Menu
SETUP INPUT
SETUP COMMON ALARM
SETUP SENSOR
SETUP I/O MATRIX
↑↓=NEXT ↵=SELECT
SETUP OUTPUT
SETUP MODEM&PAGERS
> SETUP SYSTEM INFO
SETUP EXP BOARD
Figure 15 offers a quick look at the Setup System Info screens available via the LCD interface.
Figure 15 Menu overview - Setup System Info menu
Setup System Info
SETUP SYSTEM INFO
CHANGE PASSWORD
CHANGE DATE & TIME
SETUP SITE ID
CONNECT BATTERY
SETUP SERV PH NUM
FACTORY DEFAULTS
Setup System Info options
Change Password
CHANGE PASSWORD
AAAA
Change Date & Time
See
Section
9.9.1
CHANGE DATE & TIME
DAYLIGHT SVG TIME: Y
18-MAY-02 10:56:30
Connect Battery
IS THE BATTERY
CONNECTED? Y
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See
Section
9.9.2
Setup Site ID
SETUP SITE ID
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
Setup Serv Ph Num
See
Section
9.9.4
ENTER PHONE NUMBER
9,,18005551212
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See
Section
9.9.3
Factory Defaults
See
Section
9.9.6
RESTORE ALL DEFAULTS
ARE YOU SURE? N
See
Section
9.9.8
System and Control Options
9.9.1
Change Password
Setup System Info Menu
A password is required to access the Liebert Universal Monitor
system and control options, as described in 9.1 - Login. The password
consists of four characters (see Table 20 for valid characters). The
default password is AAAA.
Change the Password
To change the password:
• From the Setup System Info Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose
Change Password, then press Enter ↵.
• To change your password:
• Use the arrows ↑↓ to choose a character.
• Press Enter ↵ to advance to the next character position.
• When finished, press Enter ↵ again.
SETUP SYSTEM INFO
> CHANGE PASSWORD
CHANGE DATE & TIME
↑↓=NEXT ↵=SELECT
SETUP SITE ID
CONNECT BATTERY
SETUP SERV PH NUM
FACTORY DEFAULTS
Change Password
CHANGE PASSWORD
AAAA
↑↓=SELECT ↵=NEXT/END
Reset Password to the Factory Default (“AAAA”)
To reset the password to the factory default of AAAA:
• Locate DIP switch 1 on the unit’s circuit board (see 1.7 - Controller Board Overview) and move
all switches to the OFF position (down).
• Move the second switch to the ON position, then to the OFF position.
• Move the seventh switch to the ON position, then to the OFF position.
• Move the eighth switch to the ON position, then to the OFF position.
The password should now be AAAA.
9.9.2
Change Date & Time/Automatic Daylight Saving Time
The Liebert Universal Monitor has a built-in real-time clock that is backed up by an encapsulated
lithium battery and set up to adjust automatically for daylight saving time twice a year. The Setup
System Info menu allows you to change the date or time or automatic adjustment at any time.
To change the daylight saving time setting, date or time:
• From the Setup System Info Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose
Change Date & Time, then press Enter ↵.
• To change the daylight saving time setting:
• To the right of Daylight Svg Time? use the arrows ↑↓ to
choose Y (Yes - automatically adjust for daylight saving time)
or N (No), then press Enter ↵.
• The format of the date and time is DD-MMM-YY HR:MM:SS. To
change the date or time:
• Press Enter ↵ to advance to the next character position you
want to change.
• Use the arrows ↑↓ to choose from available entries:
Date Day (DD)
Month (MMM)
Year (YY)
Time Hour (HR)
Minutes (MM)
Seconds (SS)
0-31
JAN-DEC
00-99
00-23
00-59
00-59
Setup System Info Menu
SETUP SYSTEM INFO
CHANGE PASSWORD
> CHANGE DATE & TIME
↑↓=NEXT ↵=SELECT
SETUP SITE ID
CONNECT BATTERY
SETUP SERV PH NUM
FACTORY DEFAULTS
Change Date & Time
CHANGE DATE & TIME
DAYLIGHT SVG TIME: Y
18-MAY-02 10:56:30
↑↓=SELECT ↵=NEXT/END
• Press Enter ↵ to advance to the next character position.
• When finished, press Enter ↵ again.
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9.9.3
Setup Site ID
Setup System Info Menu
You may enter a Site ID to identify the Liebert Universal Monitor’s
location, using a name that may consist of up to 40 characters (see
Table 20 for valid characters). The Site ID will appear with each
alarm.
To enter or change the Site ID:
• From the Setup System Info Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose
Setup Site ID, then press Enter ↵.
• To enter a Site ID:
• Use the arrows ↑↓ to choose a character.
• Press Enter ↵ to advance to the next character position.
• If the Site ID is less than 40 characters, you may enter an
underscore (_) character to indicate the end of the name.
• When finished, press Enter ↵ again.
9.9.4
SETUP SYSTEM INFO
CHANGE PASSWORD
CHANGE DATE & TIME
↑↓=NEXT ↵=SELECT
> SETUP SITE ID
CONNECT BATTERY
SETUP SERV PH NUM
FACTORY DEFAULTS
Setup Site ID
SETUP SITE ID
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
↑↓=SELECT ↵=NEXT/END
Connect Battery
By default, the Liebert Universal Monitor checks the battery and sounds an alarm when the power
fails, the battery runs low or the battery needs to be checked. The battery’s main purpose is to provide
enough power to the modem to notify pagers of a power loss.
NOTE
The battery will continue to power and provide full operation of the Liebert Universal Monitor
with the exception of powering the analog inputs (sensors). The battery will provide backup for
a minimum of 10 minutes.
Using the following procedure to disconnect the battery will disable battery alarm features only. The
battery itself will continue to provide backup. If battery backup is not desired, the battery must be
unplugged from the circuit board. This can be done by removing the battery leads from the jumpers
(see 2.4.3 - Connecting the Battery Pack).
The default is to connect the battery. However, there may be times that you want to disconnect the
battery so that it does not provide backup.
Table 31 shows battery problems that will affect operation.
Table 31 Battery alarms
Result of Battery
Action
Message Generated
Battery falls below a minimum charge.
Battery will not provide battery backup.
LOW BATTERY
Battery is connected to the circuit board but
not recognized by the circuit board.
Battery will not provide battery backup.
CHECK BATTERY
Battery is unplugged from the circuit board.
Battery will not provide battery backup
BATTERY UNPLUGGED
Utility power (24VAC) to the circuit board is
too low to power the board.
Liebert Universal Monitor board will not
be able to function properly.
LOSS OF POWER
To connect or disconnect the battery:
• From the Setup System Info Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose
Connect Battery, then press Enter ↵.
• Use the arrows ↑↓ to choose Y (Yes - the battery is connected) or
N (No - the battery is not connected), then press Enter ↵.
Setup System Info Menu
SETUP SYSTEM INFO
CHANGE PASSWORD
CHANGE DATE & TIME
↑↓=NEXT ↵=SELECT
SETUP SITE ID
> CONNECT BATTERY
SETUP SERV PH NUM
FACTORY DEFAULTS
Connect Battery
IS THE BATTERY
CONNECTED? Y
↑↓=Y/N
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9.9.5
Backup and Upload Configuration File (Service Terminal Interface only)
This operation may be performed only through the Service Terminal Interface. It permits the user to
make a copy of the Liebert Universal Monitor configuration settings and save it as a file on the
computer connected through the RS232 port. Should the need arise, the user can upload the
configuration file from the computer to the Liebert Universal Monitor, instead of re-entering the
settings manually.
To access these options:
1. Connect to the Liebert Universal Monitor either from a remote computer or through the RS232
port (see A.2 - Connecting to the Service Terminal Interface).
2. At the Main Menu, enter 0 (zero—Setup System-Login Required).
3. At the Login Menu, enter your password.
4. At the Setup Menu, enter 7 (Setup System Information).
5. At the Setup System Information Menu, enter 5 (Backup & Upload Configuration File). The
Backup & Upload Configuration File menu appears, shown below:
Backup & Upload Configuration File - Backup
(Service Terminal Interface only)
BACKUP AND UPLOAD CONFIGURATION FILE
Backup from panel saves panel configurations
Upload to panel restores panel configurations
Select to backup or upload file
1=BACKUP
2=UPLOAD
3=RETURN
4=RETURN
5=RETURN
CONFIGURATION FILE
CONFIGURATION FILE
TO SETUP SYSTEM INFO MENU
TO SETUP MENU
TO MAIN MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:1
6. Enter 1 to back up the configuration file from the Liebert Universal Monitor to the computer and
proceed to Step 8,
OR
7. Enter 2 to upload the configuration file from the computer to the Liebert Universal Monitor and
proceed to Step 13. NOTE: This will replace the current configuration settings in the Liebert
Universal Monitor with the most recent backup.
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Back Up the Configuration File
8. At the prompt to Initiate a Backup of Configuration File, enter Y (Yes - begin) or N (No - cancel).
The current setting appears in brackets—[N] in the following example.
>INITIATE A BACKUP OF CONFIGURATION FILE-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>[
NOTE
The following instructions refer to the Microsoft Windows HyperTerminal program. These
steps may vary for other communications programs.
9. At the top of the HyperTerminal window, shown below, click on Transfer, then on Receive File.
Enter folder
Select Xmodem
Enter filename for example,
UMconfig.sav
10. In the Receive File window, as shown above:
• In the Place Received File in the Following Folder box, enter the name and location of the
folder where the configuration file should be placed—for example, C:\downloads—or click
on the Browse button to locate the folder.
• In the Use Receiving Protocol box, select Xmodem from the drop-down list.
• Click on the Receive button. (To close the window without backing up the file, click on Close
or Cancel.)
11. In the Receive Filename window, enter a name for the file—for example, UMconfig.sav.
12. When the transfer is complete, a confirmation message appears in the Service Terminal Interface
window: “Backup Successful.”
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Upload the Configuration File
13. At the prompt to Initiate an Upload of Configuration File, enter Y (Yes - begin) or N (No - cancel).
The current setting appears in brackets—[N] in the following example.
>INITIATE AN UPLOAD OF CONFIGURATION FILE-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>[
NOTE
The following instructions refer to the Microsoft Windows HyperTerminal program. These
steps may vary for other communications programs.
14. At the top of the HyperTerminal window, shown below, click on Transfer, then on Send File.
Enter filename for example,
UMconfig.sav
Select Xmodem
Send button
15. In the Send File window, as shown above:
• In the Filename box, enter the full path of the file to be uploaded—for example,
UMconfig.sav—or click on the Browse button to locate the file.
• In the Protocol box, select Xmodem from the drop-down list.
• Click on the Send button. (To close the window without sending the file, click on Close or
Cancel.)
16. When the transfer is complete, a confirmation message—“Upload Successful”—appears in the
Service Terminal Interface window and the Liebert Universal Monitor reboots with the new
configuration.
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9.9.6
Setup Serv Ph Num - Enter Phone Number
The Service Phone Number (Serv Ph Num) is used for remote monitoring by Emerson Network Power
Liebert Services. The number is designed to allow remote monitoring services to connect to the
Liebert Universal Monitor. All alarms will be sent to this number. When an alarm occurs, this
number is dialed before any of the four pager numbers.
To use the service phone number features, be sure to connect the phone line connector to a telephone
wall jack using an RJ11 cord, as described in 4.6.2 - Phone Line Connector.
Table 32
Service phone number dialing results
Result of Dialing
Action
Successful
Message Generated
—
—
Busy signal / no answer /
no dial tone
Liebert Universal Monitor generates message after all
three
redial attempts have failed, dials next configured pager.
Unsuccessful Page
(Event Log)
General modem
communication problem
Liebert Universal Monitor resets modem, generates
message, redials up to three more times.
Modem Reset
(Event Log)
Unsuccessful due to:
No communication with modem Liebert Universal Monitor generates messages,makes
(internal hardware problem)
no further dialing attempts.
To set up the service phone number:
Setup System Info Menu
• From the Setup System Info Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose
Setup Serv Ph Num, then press Enter ↵.
• See Table 33 for guidelines on entering the phone number, which
may consist of up to 40 characters. To enter the phone number:
• Use the arrows ↑↓ to choose a character.
• Press Enter ↵ to advance to the next character position.
• When finished, press Enter ↵ again.
Table 33
Guidelines for dialing service phone number
Device type
Remote
modem
Required entries
All types
of devices
Example
The first character must be “M”.
Device type
M18005551212
Optional entries
Example
Use “9” if needed to access an outside
line—place after first character (M).
M918005551212
Use "W" to wait for a second dial tone
before dialing if the phone system has
two dial tones (initial tone and a second
tone for outside line)—place after “9”
(before the number to be dialed).
M9W18005551212
Use “,” (comma) to pause two seconds.
M1,8005551212
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Modem Internal Fault
(Active Alarm Report,
Alarm History Log)
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SETUP SYSTEM INFO
CHANGE PASSWORD
CHANGE DATE & TIME
↑↓=NEXT ↵=SELECT
SETUP SITE ID
CONNECT BATTERY
> SETUP SERV PH NUM
FACTORY DEFAULTS
Setup Serv Ph Num
ENTER PHONE NUMBER
M18005551212
↑↓=SELECT ↵=NEXT/END
System and Control Options
9.9.7
Setup Serv Ph Num - Communications Check (Service Terminal Interface only)
The Service Terminal Interface offers two additional options for setting up the Service Phone Number
(Serv Ph Num) that are not available through the LCD interface:
• Enable communications check
• Enter time to perform communications check
To access these options:
• Connect to the Liebert Universal Monitor either from a remote computer or through the RS232
port (see A.2 - Connecting to the Service Terminal Interface).
• At the Main Menu, enter 0 (zero—Setup System-Login Required).
• At the Login Menu, enter your password.
• At the Setup Menu, enter 7 (Setup System Information).
• At the Setup System Information Menu, enter 6 (Setup Service Phone Number).
• At the Setup Service Phone Number menu, shown below, enter 1 to begin the setup.
Setup Service Phone Number
(Service Terminal Interface only)
SETUP SERVICE PHONE NUMBER
This number receives all alarms
in addition to the 4 pagers
CURRENT NUMBER
1=SETUP SERVICE PHONE NUMBER
2=RETURN TO SETUP SYSTEM INFO MENU
3=RETURN TO SETUP MENU
4=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
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An “M” is required
as 1st character.
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SELECT A NUMBER:1
• At the Enter Service Phone Number prompt, you may press Enter to bypass this option (or see
9.9.6 - Setup Serv Ph Num - Enter Phone Number for instructions on entering the number).
>ENTER SERVICE PHONE NUMBER(40 CHARACTERS MAX).
>[]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
Enable Communications Check
Enabling this function permits a daily communications test between the Liebert Universal Monitor
and the selected service phone number. Once each day the Liebert Universal Monitor dials the service
phone number at a specified time and sends this message: “UNIVERSAL MONITOR COMM
CHECK.” (The time of the test is specified at the next prompt, Enter Time To Perform
Communications Check.)
• At the Enable Communications Check prompt, enter Y (Yes - enable) or N (No - disable). The
current setting appears in brackets—[N] in the following example.
>ENABLE COMMUNICATIONS CHECK-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
• Press Enter to proceed, or Escape to cancel the entry. If you make a change, a confirmation
message appears: “Command Successful.”
Enter Time To Perform Communications Check
This function schedules the daily communications test between the Liebert Universal Monitor and
the selected service phone number, as described in the previous section.
• At the Enter Time To Perform Communications Check prompt, enter the time to initiate the
communications check, using the format HH:MM (hours and minutes in military time), ranging
from 00:00 for midnight to 23:59 for 11:59 p.m. The current setting appears in brackets—[00:00]
in the following example.
>ENTER TIME TO PERFORM COMMUNICATIONS CHECK(HH:MM).
>[00:00]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
• Press Enter to proceed, or Escape to cancel the entry. If you make a change, a confirmation
message appears: “Command Successful.”
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9.9.8
Factory Defaults
Setup System Info Menu
At any time, you may restore all default values for settings in the
Liebert Universal Monitor as it was shipped.
NOTE
This action will overwrite any configuration settings. You may
want to back up your settings before restoring the factory
defaults. See Backup and Upload Configuration File
(Service Terminal Interface only) in A.6.7 - Setup System
Info for details on backing up settings using the Service
Terminal Interface.
The password is the sole exception when reverting to the factory
default settings. The password can be reset to the factory default of
AAAA only through the DIP switches. For details, see Change
Password on page 69.
9.9.9
SETUP SYSTEM INFO
CHANGE PASSWORD
CHANGE DATE & TIME
↑↓=NEXT ↵=SELECT
SETUP SITE ID
CONNECT BATTERY
SETUP SERV PH NUM
> FACTORY DEFAULTS
Factory Defaults
RESTORE ALL DEFAULTS
ARE YOU SURE? N
↑↓=Y/N
↵=END
Perform Firmware Update (Service Terminal Interface only)
This function, which may be performed only through the Service Terminal Interface, upgrades the
Liebert Universal Monitor’s firmware to the newest version.
NOTE
This action will overwrite any configuration settings. You may
want to back up your settings before restoring the factory
defaults. See Backup and Upload Configuration File
(Service Terminal Interface only) in A.6.7 - Setup System
Info for details on backing up settings using the Service
Terminal Interface.
• Connect to the Liebert Universal Monitor either from a remote computer or through the RS232
port (see A.2 - Connecting to the Service Terminal Interface).
• At the Main Menu, enter 0 (zero—Setup System-Login Required).
• At the Login Menu, enter your password.
• At the Setup Menu, enter 7 (Setup System Information).
• At the Setup System Info menu, enter 8 (Perform Firmware Update).
• At the Perform Firmware Update menu, shown below, enter 1 to proceed with an update.
Firmware Update
(Service Terminal Interface only)
PERFORM FIRMWARE UPDATE
This command will update
the existing firmware
1=PERFORM FIRMWARE UPDATE
2=RETURN TO SETUP SYSTEM INFO MENU
3=RETURN TO SETUP MENU
4=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:1
To perform the update:
1. At the Perform Firmware Update prompt, enter Y (Yes - begin) or N (No - cancel). The current
setting appears in brackets—[N] in the following example.
>PERFORM FIRMWARE UPDATE-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>[
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NOTE
The following instructions refer to the Microsoft Windows HyperTerminal program. These
steps may vary for other communications programs.
2. The firmware update is a two-step process—this step describes how to upload the file
prog###.s19 (where ### is a number—for example, prog118.s19) to the Liebert Universal
Monitor:
a. At the top of the HyperTerminal window, shown below, click on Transfer, then on Send File.
Enter filename prog###.s19 or
flash###.s19
Select
Xmodem
Send button
b. In the Send File window, as shown above:
• In the Filename box, enter the full path of the file to be uploaded—prog###.s19—or click
on the Browse button to locate the file.
• In the Protocol box, select Xmodem from the drop-down list.
• Click on the Send button. (To close the window without sending the file, click on Close or
Cancel.)
• When the transfer is complete, a confirmation message appears in the Service Terminal
Interface window.
3. Next, follow these steps to upload the file flash###.s19 (where ### is a number—for example,
flash607.s19) to the Liebert Universal Monitor:
a. At the top of the HyperTerminal window, shown above, click on Transfer, then on Send File.
b. In the Send File window, shown above:
• In the Filename box, enter the full path of the file to be uploaded—flash###.s19—or click
on the Browse button to locate the file.
• In the Protocol box, select Xmodem from the drop-down list.
• Click on the Send button. (To close the window without sending the file, click on Close or
Cancel.)
• When the transfer is complete, a confirmation message—“Firmware Update Successful”—
appears in the Service Terminal Interface window and the Liebert Universal Monitor
reboots with the new firmware update.
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9.9.10 Initiate Remote Alarm Test (Service Terminal Interface only)
The service phone number is used for remote monitoring by Emerson Network Power Liebert
Services. The Service Terminal Interface may be used to test communications between the Liebert
Universal Monitor and the service modem. This test will send a “DIAL OUT TEST PASSED” message
to the service phone number.
The test is used to simulate an alarm to verify the proper configuration and functioning of the modem
and other communications required for receiving alarms. This simulated alarm bypasses the normal
alarm sequence—the LCD will not flash, the horn will not sound and there will be no record in the
Alarm Log. A message is sent to the service phone number only if the alarm system is set up correctly.
To initiate the remote alarm test:
• Connect to the Liebert Universal Monitor either from a remote computer or through the RS232
port (see A.2 - Connecting to the Service Terminal Interface).
• At the Main Menu, enter 0 (zero—Setup System-Login Required).
• At the Login Menu, enter your password.
• At the Setup Menu, enter 7 (Setup System Information).
• At the Setup System Info menu, enter 9 (Initiate Remote Alarm Test).
• At the Initiate Remote Alarm Test menu, shown below, enter 1 to initiate the remote alarm.
Initiate Remote Alarm Test
(Service Terminal Interface only)
INITIATE REMOTE ALARM TEST
This command simulates an alarm
to test alarm notification setup
for the service phone number
1=INITIATE REMOTE ALARM TEST
2=RETURN TO SETUP SYSTEM INFO MENU
3=RETURN TO SETUP MENU
4=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:1
• At the Simulate An Alarm Condition prompt, enter Y if you wish to proceed or N if you want to
cancel the alarm simulation.
>SIMULATE AN ALARM CONDITION-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
• After the “Command Successful” message appears, disconnect from the modem—at the top of the
HyperTerminal window, click on Call, then on Disconnect, as shown below.
Disconnect
• Wait for the Liebert Universal Monitor to dial out to send a test message.
• To verify whether the test was successful, check the Event Log (see 7.3 - View Event Log) for
one of these two messages: Dial out test passed or Dial out test failed.
NOTE
Also verify that a message was received at the Service Phone Number.
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If the test is NOT successful, check the following:
• Modem configuration (see 9.8.1 - Modem Setup - Initialization String)
• Pager configuration (see 9.8.3 - Pager Setup - Pager Number and PIN)
9.10
Setup Exp Board - Optional Expansion Board
By default, the optional Expansion Board is configured as Not connected (N). After connecting power
to the board and connecting it to the Liebert Universal Monitor, you must specify the Expansion
Board as Connected (Y), as described in this section.
NOTE
Before specifying the Expansion Board as Connected, be sure to connect power to the board and
connect it to the Liebert Universal Monitor. For more information, see:
• 3.4 - Input Power Connections - Optional Expansion Board
• 5.3.1 - Connect EIA485 Connectors to Main Board
To change the Expansion Board connection setting:
Log In and Choose Setup System
• From the Main Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose System and
Control, then press Enter ↵ (see 9.1 - Login for help).
• Enter your password at the Login screen.
• From the System and Control Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose
Setup System, then press Enter ↵.
Identify the Expansion Board as Connected (Y) or Not Connected (N)
• From the Setup System Menu, shown at right, use the arrows ↑↓
to choose Setup Exp Board and press Enter ↵.
• To change this setting, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose Y (Yes Connected) or N (No - Not connected), then press Enter ↵.
Setup System Menu
SETUP INPUT
SETUP COMMON ALARM
SETUP SENSOR
SETUP I/O MATRIX
↑↓=NEXT ↵=SELECT
SETUP OUTPUT
SETUP MODEM&PAGERS
SETUP SYSTEM INFO
> SETUP EXP BOARD
Expansion Board
Connected
IS THE EXPANSION
BOARD CONNECTED? N
↑↓=Y/N
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9.11
Manual Output Ctrl
The Manual Output Ctrl feature allows you to manually change the state of any digital output to ON
or OFF, overriding automatic control by the Liebert Universal Monitor (the default setting for all
outputs). This menu also allows you to release the manual override, returning any output to
automatic control.
There are two ways to override automatic control of outputs:
• Use the Manual Output Ctrl menu, as described in this section, to turn any output ON or OFF.
• Use the switch on the Liebert Universal Monitor board (see 1.7 - Controller Board Overview)
to force all eight outputs ON at the same time. (Note: This has no effect on the optional
Expansion Board outputs.)
After an output is forced manually ON or OFF through the Manual Output Ctrl menu, it remains in
that state until returned to automatic control through this menu.
Table 34 summarizes the four types of control, including the abbreviated message that appears on
the LCD and in log reports.
Table 34
Automatic / manual control - output points
Message
AUTO
MAN ON
MAN OFF
HW MAN ON
Description
Automatic
Manually ON
Manually OFF
Manually ON
(all outputs)
Controlled by Liebert Universal Monitor
This output forced ON or OFF
via Manual Output Ctrl menu
All outputs forced ON
via hardware switch on circuit board
Main Menu
VIEW STATUS
> SYSTEM AND CONTROL
↑↓=NEXT
↵=SELECT
Login
LOGIN
To force an output point ON or OFF or return it to automatic control:
Log In and Choose Manual Output Ctrl
• From the Main Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose System and
Control, then press Enter ↵ (see 9.1 - Login for help).
• Enter your password at the Login screen.
• From the System and Control Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose
Manual Output Ctrl, then press Enter ↵.
Select an Output
The Select Output menu, shown at right, display the current status
of all eight outputs.
• Use the arrows ↑↓ to choose the output you want—for example,
Output01—and press Enter ↵.
Turn Output ON or OFF / Return to Automatic
• From the Override Output menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose one
of these options:
• Auto (return to automatic control)
• Man ON (manually turn this output ON)
• Man OFF (manually turn this output OFF)
• Press Enter ↵.
AAAA
↑↓=SELECT ↵=NEXT/END
System & Control Menu
SETUP SYSTEM
> MANUAL OUTPUT CTRL
CLEAR ALARMS & LOGS
↑↓=NEXT ↵=SELECT
Select Output
OVERRIDE OUTPUT
> OUTPUT01
AUTO
OUTPUT02
AUTO
↑↓=NEXT ↵=SELECT
OUTPUT03
AUTO
OUTPUT04
MAN ON
OUTPUT05
AUTO
OUTPUT06
AUTO
OUTPUT07
MAN OFF
OUTPUT08
AUTO
OUTPUT09
AUTO
OUTPUT10
MAN ON
OUTPUT11
AUTO
OUTPUT12
AUTO
OUTPUT13
MAN OFF
OUTPUT14
AUTO
OUTPUT15
AUTO
OUTPUT16
AUTO
Override Output
SELECT OUTPUT01
AUTO
↑↓=SELECT ↵=END
NOTE: OUTPUT09-OUTPUT16
for optional Expansion Board
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9.12
Clear Alarms & Logs
Main Menu
The Clear Alarms & Logs menu allows you to clear active alarms or
delete all records from any of the Liebert Universal Monitor three
logs: alarm, event and trend logs.
To clear alarms or logs:
VIEW STATUS
> SYSTEM AND CONTROL
↑↓=NEXT
↵=SELECT
Login
Log In and Choose Clear Alarms & Logs
• From the Main Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose System and
Control, then press Enter ↵ (see 9.1 - Login for help).
• Enter your password at the Login screen.
• From the System and Control Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose
Clear Alarms & Logs, then press Enter ↵.
• Use the following steps to clear alarms or delete log records.
9.12.1 Clear Active Alarms
LOGIN
AAAA
↑↓=SELECT ↵=NEXT/END
System & Control Menu
SETUP SYSTEM
MANUAL OUTPUT CTRL
> CLEAR ALARMS & LOGS
↑↓=NEXT ↵=SELECT
Clear Alarms/Logs Menu
To clear all active alarms:
• From the Clear Alarms/Logs Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose
Clear Active Alarms, then press Enter ↵.
• Use the arrows ↑↓ to choose Y (Yes - clear all active alarms) or
N (No - do not clear alarms), then press Enter ↵.
> CLEAR ACTIVE ALARMS
CLEAR ALARM LOG
CLEAR EVENT LOG
↑↓=NEXT ↵=SELECT
CLEAR TREND LOGS
Clearing active alarms is the only means to reset latched alarms. This Clear Active Alarms
step is required to return latched points to their normal state. To set up CLEAR ACTIVE ALARMS
ARE YOU SURE? N
a digital input or an analog sensor input as latched, see:
• 9.3.4 - Set Up Alarmable Inputs in Latched or Unlatched
Mode
• 9.5.8 - Set Up Alarmable Sensors in Latched or Unlatched
Mode
9.12.2 Clear the Alarm Log
↑↓=Y/N
↵=END
Clear Alarms/Logs Menu
The alarm log contains up to 99 records of alarms that have occurred.
You may want to clear the log after backing up the file or simply to
free up space.
NOTE
Before deleting the records in the alarm log, you may want to
back up the file to a remote computer using the Service
Terminal Interface, as described in 8.2 - Back Up Log Files
(Service Terminal Interface only).
To delete all records from the alarm log:
CLEAR ACTIVE ALARMS
> CLEAR ALARM LOG
CLEAR EVENT LOG
↑↓=NEXT ↵=SELECT
CLEAR TREND LOG
Clear Alarm Log
CLEAR ALARM LOG
ARE YOU SURE? N
↑↓=Y/N
↵=END
• From the Clear Alarms/Logs Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose
Clear Alarm Log, then press Enter ↵.
• Use the arrows ↑↓ to choose Y (Yes - clear the alarm log) or
N (No - do not clear the alarm log), then press Enter ↵.
NOTE
Clear active alarms is the only means to reset Latched alarms.
This action must be taken to return Latched points to their
normal state.
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9.12.3 Clear the Event Log
Clear Alarms/Logs Menu
The event log contains up to 99 records of events detected by the
Liebert Universal Monitor. You may want to clear the log after
backing up the file or simply to free up space.
NOTE
Before deleting the records in the event log, you may want to
back up the file to a remote computer using the Service
Terminal Interface, as described in 8.2 - Back Up Log Files
(Service Terminal Interface only).
CLEAR ACTIVE ALARMS
CLEAR ALARM LOG
> CLEAR EVENT LOG
↑↓=NEXT ↵=SELECT
CLEAR TREND LOGS
Clear Event Log
CLEAR EVENT LOG
ARE YOU SURE? N
↑↓=Y/N
To delete all records from the event log:
↵=END
• From the Clear Alarms/Logs Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose
Clear Event Log, then press Enter ↵.
• Use the arrows ↑↓ to choose Y (Yes - clear the event log) or N (No do not clear the event log), then press Enter ↵.
9.12.4 Clear the Trend Logs
Clear Alarms/Logs Menu
The Liebert Universal Monitor maintains a separate trend log for
each configured analog input sensor. Each log contains up to 100
records of data collected at regular intervals. You may want to clear
the logs after backing up the files or simply to free up space.
Using the Clear Trend Logs command will clear all four trend logs
maintained by the Liebert Universal Monitor. There is no method of
clearing records from individual logs.
NOTE
Before deleting the records in the trend logs, you may want to
back up the files to a remote computer using the Service
Terminal Interface, as described in 8.2 - Back Up Log Files
(Service Terminal Interface only).
CLEAR ACTIVE ALARMS
CLEAR ALARM LOG
CLEAR EVENT LOG
↑↓=NEXT ↵=SELECT
> CLEAR TREND LOGS
Clear Trend Log
CLEAR TREND LOGS
ARE YOU SURE? N
↑↓=Y/N
↵=END
To delete the records from ALL four trend logs:
• From the Clear Alarms/Logs Menu, use the arrows ↑↓ to choose Clear Trend Logs, then press
Enter ↵.
• Use the arrows ↑↓ to choose Y (Yes - clear all trend logs) or N (No - do not clear the trend logs),
then press Enter ↵.
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10.0 SPECIFICATIONS
10.1
Liebert Universal Monitor Specifications
Small Enclosure
Power
Requirements
Large Enclosure
115VAC
UML11500
UMS02400
230VAC
UML23000
24VAC ±10%
of nominal;
50/60 Hz, 1.3A,
30VA
14-1/4 x 2-3/4 x 12
(361.95 x 69.85 x 304.8)
7.68 lb. (3.48 kg)
115VAC ±10% 230VAC ±10%
of nominal;
of nominal;
60Hz, 4A,
50Hz, 0.5A,
460VA
115VA
18 x 2-3/4 x 18
(457.2 x 69.85 x 457.2)
20.56 lb. (9.33 kg)
NEMA 1
Four line, 20 character, backlit
Building Wall or Structural Member
32ºF to 104ºF (0ºC to 40ºC)
0% RH to 95% RH (non-condensing)
Dimensions
W x D x H, in. (mm)
Weight (Assembled)
Enclosure Type
Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)
Mounting Surface
Ambient Operating
Environment
Processor Specifics
Model
Motorola XC68HC812A4
Clock speed
16MHz
Total RAM
256Kb
Total FLASH
4M
Total EEPROM
4K
A/D Resolution (Analog IN)
12 Bit
Modem Type Embedded
14.4K bps
Clock Type
Real-Time Clock
Clock battery backup type
Lithium Cell (non-replaceable)
Clock battery life
7 years, constant, no power
Modem battery backup type
Nickel Cadmium (replaceable)
Modem battery life
10 minutes at full load
Communications
Local Communications
RS232
Remote Communications
Baud rate 9600 bps, Parity=None, Data bits=8, Stop bits=1
Modem (9600-N-8-1)
Supported pagers
9600 E-7-1 supports TAPI protocol version 1.8
®
Liebert SiteScan Web
IGM Protocol, EIA422
Expansion Board (optional)
No Transformer Module
Agency Listings
UL
CE
FCC Compliance
Inputs & Outputs (Quantity)
Digital Inputs (8)
Analog Inputs (4)
Digital Outputs (8)
Common Alarm Outputs (2)
NOTE
If the equipment is
used in a manner
not specified by the
manufacturer, the
protection provided
by the equipment
may be impaired.
EIA485
With Transformer Module
(UMS02400)
UL3121
Yes
CFR 47 Part 15
115VAC
(TM115)
230VAC
(TM230)
UL1012
UL1585
Yes
N/A
Dry Contact Closure 24VDC, 10 mA
4-20 mA signal input with selectable
power source of 12VDC or 24VDC
24VAC, 3A
24VAC, 3A
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10.2
Optional Expansion Board Specifications
Power
Requirements
Dimensions
W x D x H, in. (mm)
Weight (Assembled)
UMEXP
24VAC ±10% of nominal;
50/60 Hz, 0.6A, 15VA Class 2
14-1/4 x 2-3/4 x 12
(361.95 x 69.85 x 304.8)
7.68 lb. (3.48 kg)
Enclosure Type
NEMA 1
Mounting Surface
Building Wall or Structural Member
Ambient Operating
32ºF to 104ºF (0ºC to 40ºC)
Environment
0% RH to 95% RH (non-condensing)
Inputs & Outputs (Quantity)
Dry Contact Closure
Digital Inputs (16)
24VDC, 10 mA
Digital Outputs (8)
240VAC, 2A
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NOTE
If the equipment is
used in a manner
not specified by the
manufacturer, the
protection provided
by the equipment
may be impaired.
Comparison of Functions: LCD and Service Terminal Interface
APPENDIX A - SERVICE TERMINAL INTERFACE
The Service Terminal Interface allows access to all functions of the Liebert Universal Monitor, including some that are not possible through the LCD interface. This interface is accessible through any
computer using a communications program such as Microsoft® Windows® HyperTerminal.
This appendix provides directions for connecting to the Service Terminal Interface, an overview of
each type of function and sample screens for each menu available through the Service Terminal Interface. References to more detailed instructions about each function are provided.
A.1
COMPARISON OF FUNCTIONS: LCD AND SERVICE TERMINAL INTERFACE
Table 35 lists all functions for viewing and configuring the Universal Monitor and shows whether
they can be performed through the LCD interface and where to find information.
Table 35
Guide to Universal Monitor functions
Function
VIEW STATUS FUNCTIONS
View Active Alarms
View Alarm Log
View Event Log
View Trend Log
View Input Status
View Output Status
View Pager Numbers
SILENCE ALARM & BACK UP LOGS FUNCTIONS
Silence Alarm (On the LCD, press any key to silence an alarm)
Back Up Log Files
SYSTEM & CONTROL FUNCTIONS
Login
Setup System
Setup Input
Setup Common Alarm
Setup Sensor
Setup I/O Matrix
Setup Output
Pager Setup - Pager Number & PIN
Pager Setup - Communications Check
Modem Setup - Initialization String
Modem Setup - Enter Universal Monitor Phone Number
Modem Setup - Enable Modem Diagnostic Messages
Modem Setup - Change Modem Dial Prefix
Modem Setup - Change Modem Hang Up Delay After a Call
Setup System Info
Change Password
Change Date & Time/Automatic Daylight Saving Time
Setup Site ID
Connect Battery
Backup and Upload Configuration File
Setup Serv Ph Num - Enter Phone Number
Setup Serv Ph Num - Communications Check
Factory Defaults
Perform Firmware Update
Initiate Remote Alarm Test
Setup Exp Board - Optional Expansion Board
Manual Output Ctrl
Clear Alarms & Logs
Clear Active Alarms
Clear the Alarm Log
Clear the Event Log
Clear the Trend Logs
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Service
LCD
Terminal
Where to find:
Instructions on Service Terminal
using function
screen examples
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A.2
CONNECTING TO THE SERVICE TERMINAL INTERFACE
This section describes how to set up and connect to the Service Terminal Interface.
A.2.1 Connection Methods
There are two ways to access the Service Terminal Interface:
• Direct—Use a null modem cable to connect a computer’s COM1 port to the Universal Monitor’s
RS232 port,
OR
• Remote—Use a remote computer’s modem to dial the telephone number of the phone line connected to the Universal Monitor.
Both methods require a communications program, such as HyperTerminal, to connect to the Service
Terminal Interface.
Refer to Table 36 for step-by-step instructions to set up each type of connection. Note that the remote
connection does not require setting up the COM1 port.
Table 36
Steps to set up a direct or remote connection
Direct
Remote
A.2.2 - Create a Connection
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The instructions in this section refer to the HyperTerminal program—they may vary for other communications programs.
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A.2.2 Create a Connection
Before connecting to the Service Terminal Interface, you must create a connection and specify the
method to be used for connection, as described in the following steps.
1. Start the HyperTerminal program—to do this, click on the Start button, then on Programs, then
Accessories, then Communications, and finally HyperTerminal.
2. At the top of the HyperTerminal window, click on File, then on New Connection, as shown
below left.
Enter a name for
the connection for example,
Universal
Monitor
3. In the Connection Description window, shown above right, enter a name for the connection—for
example, Universal Monitor. This becomes the file name (with the extension “.ht”).
4. Click OK to close the window. The Connect To window opens, as shown below.
(DIRECT CONNECTION)
Choose COM1
(REMOTE CONNECTION)
Choose the computer’s modem
5. In the Connect To window, select the appropriate connection method from the Connect Using
drop-down list:
Direct Connection via RS232
• To set up a direct connection via the Universal Monitor’s RS232 port, select COM1 as shown
above left.
• This opens the COM1 Properties window. Proceed to Step 6 (next section).
Remote Connection via Modem
• To make a remote connection through the Universal Monitor’s modem, select your computer’s
modem—HSP56 MicroModem in the example shown above right.
• Enter the area code and phone number of the Universal Monitor’s modem.
• Proceed to Step 8 in A.2.4 - Set Up the Connection’s Properties (skip Steps 6 and 7).
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A.2.3 Set Up the COM1 Port - Direct Connection Only
The following steps apply only to setting up a direct connection to the Service Terminal Interface via
the Universal Monitor’s RS232 port. If you are setting up a remote connection via modem, skip to
Step 8 (next section).
COM1 Port Setup
6. In the COM1 Properties window, shown below, make the following selections:
• Bits per second: 9600
• Data bits: 8
• Parity: None
• Stop bits: 1
• Flow control: None
7. Click OK. When the connection is open, the connection name appears in the title bar of the
HyperTerminal window. To complete the setup, continue with Step 8 (next section).
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A.2.4 Set Up the Connection’s Properties
The following steps are needed for both direct and remote connection to the Universal Monitor.
Properties Setup
8. Open the Properties window by clicking on File, then on Properties, as shown below left.
Settings
tab
9. In the Properties window, above right, click on the Settings tab and choose the following settings:
• Function, arrow, and ctrl keys act as: Terminal keys
• Backspace key sends: Ctrl+H
• Emulation: ANSIW
• Telnet terminal ID: VT100
• Backscroll buffer lines: 500
• Play sound when connecting or disconnecting: Unchecked
ASCII Setup
10. In the Properties window, click on the ASCII Setup button, shown below left.
ASCII
Setup
button
11. In the ASCII Setup window, shown above right, choose the following settings:
• ASCII Sending: place a check mark (✔) in the Send Line Ends With Line Feeds box.
• ASCII Receiving: place a check mark (✔) in the Wrap Lines That Exceed Terminal Width
box.
• Click OK.
The setup is now complete. To use the new connection, proceed to the next section, A.2.5 - Connect
to the Service Terminal Interface.
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A.2.5 Connect to the Service Terminal Interface
After creating and setting up a connection, use a communications program such as HyperTerminal to
access the Universal Monitor’s Service Terminal Interface.
1. Verify communications connections between the remote computer and the Universal Monitor:
a. For direct connection (via RS232 port):
• Connect a null modem cable from the computer’s COM1 port to the Universal Monitor’s
RS232 port (for location, see 4.6.1 - RS232 Connector).
b. For remote connection (via modem):
• Verify modem connections between the remote computer and the Universal Monitor. The
remote computer should have connectivity through a telephone line, high-speed cable or an
Ethernet. The Universal Monitor must have a telephone line connected to its RJ11 port (for
location, see 4.6.2 - Phone Line Connector).
2. Start the HyperTerminal program—click on the Start button, then on Programs, then
Accessories, then Communications, and finally HyperTerminal.
3. Open the Universal Monitor connection created in A.2.2 - Create a Connection. To do this, click
on File, then on Open, as shown below.
Click on the
file name for example,
Universal
Monitor.ht
4. In the Open window, shown above right, select the file name—Universal Monitor.ht in this
example—and then click on the Open button.
5. Follow the steps below to display the Main Menu of the Service Terminal Interface:
a. For direct connection (via RS232 port):
• Press Enter (or Escape) to initiate communication and bring up the Main Menu.
b. For remote connection (via modem):
• The Connect window opens, as shown below left. Click the OK button.
• In the Connect window, below right, click Dial.
• If the dialing attempt is successful, the Main Menu appears.
Dial button
OK button
For more information on the Universal Monitor’s options:
• See A.3 - Overview of Menus for examples of the Service Terminal Interface screens.
• See Table 35 to locate step-by-step instructions for each Universal Monitor function.
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Overview of Menus
A.3
OVERVIEW OF MENUS
The Main Menu offers choices for viewing the status of the Universal Monitor, silencing the audible
alarm and backing up the unit’s log files. It also allows access to the System and Control features,
which require a password.
The following shows where to find examples of the Main Menu screens:
Main Menu
1=VIEW ACTIVE ALARMS
For sample screens, see:
A.4 - View Status Menus
2=VIEW ALARM LOG
3=VIEW EVENT LOG
4=VIEW TREND LOG
5=VIEW INPUT & SENSOR STATUS
6=VIEW OUTPUT STATUS
7=VIEW PAGER NUMBERS
9=BACKUP LOG FILES
A.5 - Silence Alarm & Back Up
Log Files (Service Terminal
Interface only)
0=SETUP SYSTEM-LOGIN REQUIRED
A.6 - Setup Menu
8=SILENCE ALARM
A.3.1 View Status Overview
The View Status features are available to all users. This permits all personnel to check on the status
of any equipment or location being monitored. These options allow any user to:
• View current monitoring data—active alarms and the status of all inputs and outputs
• View data stored in alarm, event and trend logs
• View pager numbers
A.3.2 Silence Alarm and Backup Log Files
Two Main Menu options—Silence Alarm and Backup Log Files—are unique to the Service Terminal
Interface. As with the View Status options, these features do not require a password:
• Silence Alarm—silence the Universal Monitor’s audible alarm and reset the Common Alarm
Relay output.
• Backup Log Files—make backup copies of the Universal Monitor’s Alarm Log, Event Log and
Trend Logs and save the copies to a computer.
A.3.3 Setup Menu Overview
The Setup Menu options require a password. Authorized users may:
• Configure the Universal Monitor—this includes setting up digital and analog inputs, digital outputs, the modem, up to four pagers, and system features such as setting the date and time
Three system features—Backup and Upload Configuration File, Firmware Update and
Initiate Remote Alarm Test—are unique to the Service Terminal Interface.
• Override automatic control of outputs to force an output ON or OFF
• Clear active alarms and delete all records in the alarm, event and trend logs
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A.4
VIEW STATUS MENUS
The View Status menu allows any user to view currently active alarms, monitoring data stored in the
alarm, event and trend logs, the status of all inputs and outputs, and the four pager numbers.
Main Menu
After connecting to the Service Terminal Interface, the Main Menu appears, as shown below. This
section presents Service Terminal Interface screens for options 1 through 7:
Main Menu
LIEBERT UNIVERSAL MONITOR
VX.XXX.X
LIEBERT CORPORATION COPYRIGHT 2003
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
MAIN MENU
For sample screens, see:
1=VIEW ACTIVE ALARMS
Section A.4.1
2=VIEW ALARM LOG
Section A.4.2
3=VIEW EVENT LOG
Section A.4.3
4=VIEW TREND LOG
Section A.4.4
5=VIEW INPUT & SENSOR STATUS
Section A.4.5
6=VIEW OUTPUT STATUS
Section A.4.6
7=VIEW PAGER NUMBERS
Section A.4.7
8=SILENCE ALARM
9=BACKUP LOG FILES
0=SETUP SYSTEM-LOGIN REQUIRED
SELECT A NUMBER:1
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View Status Menus
A.4.1 View Active Alarms
For details on this feature, see 7.1 - View Active Alarms.
View Active Alarms
ACTIVE ALARMS
Input points/hardware
presently in an alarm state
SENSOR_1
101.1 DEG
HIGH SETPOINT ALARM
SENSOR_2 ------ DEG
SENSOR PROBLEM
INPUT_07 ALARM
CONTACT OPEN
BATTERY
CHECK BATTERY
<ENTER>=MORE <ESC>=EXIT <A>=ALL
1=REFRESH ACTIVE ALARMS
2=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:
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A.4.2 View Alarm Log
For details on this feature, see 7.2 - View Alarm Log.
View Alarm Log
ALARM LOG
Alarm history
SENSOR_2
80.0 DEG
HIGH SETPOINT ALARM
29-AUG-02
09:29:10
MODEM
INTERNAL FAULT
29-AUG-02
09:20:10
INPUT_08 ALARM
CONTACT CLOSED
29-AUG-02
09:19:10
SENSOR_2
79.0 DEG
RETURN TO NORMAL
28-AUG-02
19:29:10
<ENTER>=MORE <ESC>=EXIT <A>=ALL
SENSOR_2 ------ DEG
SENSOR PROBLEM
28-AUG-02
15:08:10
SYSTEM
LOSS OF POWER
19-AUG-02
02:50:10
BATTERY
LOW BATTERY
18-AUG-02
05:23:10
BATTERY
BATTERY UNPLUGGED
12-AUG-02
22:47:10
1=REFRESH ALARM LOG
2=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:
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A.4.3 View Event Log
For details on this feature, see 7.3 - View Event Log.
View Event Log
EVENT LOG
Event history
PAGER
UNSUCCESSFUL PAGE
07-MAY-02
10:29:10
OUTPUT01 MAN ON
CONTACT CLOSED
07-MAY-02
09:20:10
OUTPUT08 ON
CONTACT OPEN
07-MAY-02
08:20:10
OUTPUT08 MAN OFF
CONTACT CLOSED
07-MAY-02
06:20:10
<ENTER>=MORE <ESC>=EXIT <A>=ALL
SENSOR_2 ------ DEG
SENSOR PROBLEM
06-MAY-02
07:10:10
SYSTEM
USER LOGIN
19-APR-02
02:50:10
LIEBERT SERV
DIAL OUT TEST FAILED
18-APR-02
05:23:10
MODEM
MODEM RESET
12-MAR-02
22:47:10
LIEBERT SERV
DIAL OUT TEST PASSED
12-MAR-02
05:23:10
<ENTER>=MORE <ESC>=EXIT <A>=ALL
1=REFRESH EVENT LOG
2=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:
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A.4.4 View Trend Log
For details on this feature, see 7.4 - View Trend Log.
View Trend Log
TREND LOG
Trend history
for each sensor
Select sensor for trend
you want to view.
1=SENSOR_1
2=SENSOR_2
3=SENSOR_3
4=SENSOR_4
5=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:1
TREND LOG
Trend history
SENSOR_1
NORMAL
28-AUG-02
75.4 DEG
15:45:10
SENSOR_1
70.5 DEG
LOW SETPOINT EVENT
28-AUG-02
15:15:10
SENSOR_1
79.9 DEG
RETURN TO NORMAL
28-AUG-02
14:45:10
SENSOR_1 ------ DEG
SENSOR PROBLEM
28-AUG-02
14:15:10
<ENTER>=MORE <ESC>=EXIT <A>=ALL
SENSOR_1
65.9 DEG
LOW SETPOINT ALARM
28-AUG-02
13:45:10
SENSOR_1
69.9 DEG
LOW SETPOINT EVENT
28-AUG-02
13:15:10
SENSOR_1
80.7 DEG
HIGH SETPOINT EVENT
28-AUG-02
12:45:10
1=REFRESH TREND LOG
2=VIEW A DIFFERENT SENSOR
3=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:
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A.4.5 View Input Status
For details on this feature, see 7.5 - View Input Status.
View Input & Sensor Status
INPUT & SENSOR STATUS
Sensor values & discrete inputs status
INPUT
SENSOR_1
SENSOR_2
SENSOR_3
SENSOR_4
INPUT_01
INPUT_02
INPUT_03
INPUT_04
INPUT_05
INPUT_06
INPUT_07
INPUT_08
INPUT_09
INPUT_10
INPUT_11
STATUS/VALUE
80.0
-----80.0
79.5
NORMAL
ALARM
EVENT
ALARM
ALARM
EVENT
NORMAL
NORMAL
EVENT
NORMAL
NORMAL
DEG
DEG
DEG
RH
<ENTER>=MORE <ESC>=EXIT <A>=ALL
INPUT_12
INPUT_13
INPUT_14
INPUT_15
INPUT_16
INPUT_17
INPUT_18
INPUT_19
INPUT_20
INPUT_21
INPUT_22
INPUT_23
INPUT_24
NORMAL
ALARM
EVENT
ALARM
ALARM
EVENT
NORMAL
NORMAL
EVENT
NORMAL
NORMAL
NORMAL
NORMAL
1=VIEW SENSOR_1 DYNAMICALLY
2=VIEW SENSOR_2 DYNAMICALLY
3=VIEW SENSOR_3 DYNAMICALLY
4=VIEW SENSOR_4 DYNAMICALLY
5=REFRESH INPUT & SENSOR STATUS
6=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:1
VIEWING SENSOR_1 DYNAMICALLY
SENSOR_1
80.0 DEG
PRESS <ESC> KEY TO EXIT
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A.4.6 View Output Status
For details on this feature, see 7.6 - View Output Status.
View Output Status
OUTPUT STATUS
Discrete outputs status
OUTPUT
OUTPUT01
OUTPUT02
OUTPUT03
OUTPUT04
OUTPUT05
OUTPUT06
OUTPUT07
OUTPUT08
OUTPUT09
OUTPUT10
OUTPUT11
OUTPUT12
OUTPUT13
OUTPUT14
STATUS
ON
OFF
ON
MAN ON
ON
OFF
MAN OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
MAN ON
ON
OFF
<ENTER>=MORE <ESC>=EXIT <A>=ALL
OUTPUT15
OUTPUT16
ON
OFF
1=REFRESH OUTPUT STATUS
2=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:
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A.4.7 View Pager Numbers
For details on this feature, see 7.7 - View Pager Numbers.
View Pager Numbers
PAGER & PIN NUMBERS
Numbers to dial
for an alarm
PAGER 1 NUMBER
A1,8005551212
PAGER 1 PIN
01234567891011121314
PAGER 2 NUMBER
A9W1,8005551212
PAGER 2 PIN
01234567891011121314
<ENTER>=MORE <ESC>=EXIT <A>=ALL
PAGER 3 NUMBER
N18005551212,,,,1234567#
PAGER 3 PIN
PAGER 4 NUMBER
M1,8005551212
PAGER 4 PIN
1=REFRESH PAGER NUMBERS
2=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:
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Silence Alarm & Back Up Log Files (Service Terminal Interface only)
A.5
SILENCE ALARM & BACK UP LOG FILES (SERVICE TERMINAL INTERFACE ONLY)
This section presents two options from the Main Menu that are available via the Service Terminal
Interface only.
Main Menu
After connecting to the Service Terminal Interface, the Main Menu appears, as shown below. This
section presents Service Terminal Interface screens for options 8 and 9:
Main Menu
LIEBERT UNIVERSAL MONITOR
V5.300.2
LIEBERT CORPORATION COPYRIGHT 2002
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
MAIN MENU
1=VIEW ACTIVE ALARMS
2=VIEW ALARM LOG
3=VIEW EVENT LOG
4=VIEW TREND LOG
5=VIEW INPUT & SENSOR STATUS
6=VIEW OUTPUT STATUS
7=VIEW PAGER NUMBERS
For sample screens, see:
8=SILENCE ALARM
Section A.5.1
9=BACKUP LOG FILES
Section A.5.2
0=SETUP SYSTEM-LOGIN REQUIRED
SELECT A NUMBER:1
A.5.1 Silence Alarm (Service Terminal Interface only)
For details on this feature, see 8.1 - Silence Alarm (Service Terminal Interface).
Silence Alarm
SILENCE ALARM
Silence alarm and reset
common alarm relay if
common alarm relay is
configured to reset with
silence alarm
1=SILENCE ALARM
2=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:1
>ALARM HAS BEEN SILENCED
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A.5.2 Back Up Log Files (Service Terminal Interface only)
For details on this feature, see 8.2 - Back Up Log Files (Service Terminal Interface only).
Back Up Alarm Log File
Backup Log Files - Alarm Log File
BACKUP LOG FILES
Backup alarm, event and trend log files
1=BACKUP
2=BACKUP
3=BACKUP
4=BACKUP
5=BACKUP
6=BACKUP
7=RETURN
ALARM LOG FILE
EVENT LOG FILE
TREND LOG FILE-SENSOR_1
TREND LOG FILE-SENSOR_2
TREND LOG FILE-SENSOR_3
TREND LOG FILE-SENSOR_4
TO MAIN MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:1
>INITIATE A BACKUP OF ALARM LOG-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>[
INSTRUCTIONS TO PERFORM BACKUP:
ASSUMES USING MICROSOFT WINDOWS HYPERTERMINAL APPLICATION
- SELECT TRANSFER FROM THE TOOLBAR
- SELECT RECEIVE FILE
- ENTER FOLDER WHERE FILE IS TO BE RECEIVED
- SELECT XMODEM FROM THE PROTOCOL BOX
- SELECT RECEIVE BUTTON AND ENTER FILE NAME, E.G., ALARM.LOG
>BACKUP SUCCESSFUL
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Back Up Event Log File
Backup Log Files - Event Log File
BACKUP LOG FILES
Backup alarm, event and trend log files
1=BACKUP
2=BACKUP
3=BACKUP
4=BACKUP
5=BACKUP
6=BACKUP
7=RETURN
ALARM LOG FILE
EVENT LOG FILE
TREND LOG FILE-SENSOR_1
TREND LOG FILE-SENSOR_2
TREND LOG FILE-SENSOR_3
TREND LOG FILE-SENSOR_4
TO MAIN MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:2
>INITIATE A BACKUP OF EVENT LOG-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>[
INSTRUCTIONS TO PERFORM BACKUP:
ASSUMES USING MICROSOFT WINDOWS HYPERTERMINAL APPLICATION
- SELECT TRANSFER FROM THE TOOLBAR
- SELECT RECEIVE FILE
- ENTER FOLDER WHERE FILE IS TO BE RECEIVED
- SELECT XMODEM FROM THE PROTOCOL BOX
- SELECT RECEIVE BUTTON AND ENTER FILE NAME, E.G., EVENT.LOG
>BACKUP SUCCESSFUL
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Silence Alarm & Back Up Log Files (Service Terminal Interface only)
Back Up Trend Log Files
Backup Log Files - Trend Log Files
BACKUP LOG FILES
Backup alarm, event and trend log files
1=BACKUP
2=BACKUP
3=BACKUP
4=BACKUP
5=BACKUP
6=BACKUP
7=RETURN
ALARM LOG FILE
EVENT LOG FILE
TREND LOG FILE-SENSOR_1
TREND LOG FILE-SENSOR_2
TREND LOG FILE-SENSOR_3
TREND LOG FILE-SENSOR_4
TO MAIN MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:3
>INITIATE A BACKUP OF TREND LOG-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>[
INSTRUCTIONS TO PERFORM BACKUP:
ASSUMES USING MICROSOFT WINDOWS HYPERTERMINAL APPLICATION
- SELECT TRANSFER FROM THE TOOLBAR
- SELECT RECEIVE FILE
- ENTER FOLDER WHERE FILE IS TO BE RECEIVED
- SELECT XMODEM FROM THE PROTOCOL BOX
- SELECT RECEIVE BUTTON AND ENTER FILE NAME, E.G., SENSOR_1.LOG
>BACKUP SUCCESSFUL
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A.6
SETUP MENU
The Setup menu allows the user to configure the Universal Monitor—setting up inputs and outputs
and an input/output matrix to trigger actions, the modem and pagers, and system features such as
date and time. This menu also provides a vehicle for manually changing the state of an output to ON
or OFF, clearing active alarms and deleting records from the Universal Monitor’s alarm log, event log
and trend logs.
Main Menu
After connecting to the Service Terminal Interface, the Main Menu appears, as shown below.
Main Menu
LIEBERT UNIVERSAL MONITOR
VX.XXX.X
LIEBERT CORPORATION COPYRIGHT 2003
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
MAIN MENU
1=VIEW ACTIVE ALARMS
2=VIEW ALARM LOG
3=VIEW EVENT LOG
4=VIEW TREND LOG
5=VIEW INPUT & SENSOR STATUS
6=VIEW OUTPUT STATUS
7=VIEW PAGER NUMBERS
8=SILENCE ALARM
9=BACKUP LOG FILES
0=SETUP SYSTEM-LOGIN REQUIRED
SELECT A NUMBER:0
• Choose 0 to access the features illustrated in this section.
Login Menu
The System and Control options require a password to prevent unauthorized users from making
changes to the system. After choosing 0 in the Main Menu above, the Login Menu appears:
Login
YOU MUST LOGIN TO PERFORM
SETUP OR TO MAKE CHANGES
LOGIN WITH 4 CHARACTER
PASSWORD
>****
>INVALID PASSWORD, ENTER AGAIN
>PRESS <ESC> TO EXIT
>
• Enter the password, and the Setup Menu appears, as shown in the following section.
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Setup Menu
This section presents Service Terminal Interface screens for each of the following:
Setup Menu
See:
Description
1=SETUP INPUT
Section A.6.1
Configure digital inputs
2=SETUP COMMON ALARM
Section A.6.2
Set up the common alarm to reset with silence
3=SETUP SENSOR
Section A.6.3
Configure analog inputs
4=SETUP I/O MATRIX
Section A.6.4
Set up mapping for inputs to trigger actions in outputs
5=SETUP OUTPUT
Section A.6.5
Configure digital outputs
6=SETUP MODEM&PAGERS
Section A.6.6
Configure modem and up to four pager numbers
7=SETUP SYSTEM INFORMATION*
Section A.6.7
Set up features such as password and date & time*
8=SETUP EXPANSION BOARD
Section A.6.8
Specify the Expansion Board as connected
9=OVERRIDE OUTPUT
Section A.6.9
Manually override automatic control of outputs
0=CLEAR ALARMS&LOGS
Section A.6.10
Clear active alarms; clear alarm, event and trend logs
SETUP MENU
I=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:
* Setup System Information features are:
• Change Password
• Change Date & Time/Automatic Daylight Saving Time
• Setup Site ID
• Connect Battery
• Backup and Upload Configuration File (Service Terminal Interface only)
• Setup Service Phone Number
• Factory Defaults
• Firmware Update (Service Terminal Interface only)
• Initiate Remote Alarm Test (Service Terminal Interface only)
Note that three of these system features—Backup and Upload Configuration File, Firmware Update and Initiate Remote Alarm Test—are unique to the Service Terminal Interface.
Tips on Using the Service Terminal Interface
Use the following tips when making changes in the Service Terminal Interface:
• Data that can be entered is shown in parentheses ( ) in prompt line.
• The current setting is shown in brackets [ ] in the line below the prompt
• To accept the current setting, press the Enter key.
• To change the current setting, enter the value and then press Enter.
• Pressing Escape will exit the current setup function or take you to the previous menu screen.
Current
setting
shown in
brackets [ ]
Values that may
be entered shown
in parentheses ( )
>CHANGE LABEL(8 CHARACTERS MAX).
>[INPUT_01]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>IS INPUT NORMALLY OPENED(NO) OR NORMALLY CLOSED(NC)?
>[NO]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
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A.6.1 Setup Input
For details on this feature, see 9.3 - Setup System - Setup Input.
Setup Input - Main Board Inputs
SETUP INPUT
Setup for discrete
input points
Select input to edit
INPUT
1=INPUT_01
2=INPUT_02
3=INPUT_03
4=INPUT_04
5=INPUT_05
6=INPUT_06
7=INPUT_07
8=INPUT_08
9=EXPANSION
0=RETURN TO
I=RETURN TO
DEFINITION
NO-EV-NL-00:01
NO-AL-L -00:01
NC-EV-NL-00:01
NO-AL-L -00:01
NC-AL-L -00:01
NO-EV-NL-00:01
NO-AL-L -00:01
NC-EV-NL-00:01
BOARD INPUTS
SETUP MENU
MAIN MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:1
****************************
NO=NORMALLY OPENED
NC=NORMALLY CLOSED
EV=EVENT
AL=ALARMABLE
NL=NOT LATCHED
L =LATCHED
MIN:SEC=DELAY TIME BEFORE
INPUT WILL TRIGGER
NOTE:EVENT CANNOT BE LATCHED
****************************
>CHANGE LABEL(8 CHARACTERS MAX).
>[INPUT_01]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>IS INPUT NORMALLY OPENED(NO) OR NORMALLY CLOSED(NC)?
>[NO]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>IS INPUT AN ALARM(AL) OR EVENT(EV)?
>[EV]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>IS ALARM LATCHED-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>DELAY TIME BEFORE TRIGGER (MM:SS)?
>[00:01]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
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Setup Input -Expansion Board Inputs
SETUP INPUT
Setup for discrete
input points
Select input to edit
INPUT
1=INPUT_01
2=INPUT_02
3=INPUT_03
4=INPUT_04
5=INPUT_05
6=INPUT_06
7=INPUT_07
8=INPUT_08
9=EXPANSION
0=RETURN TO
I=RETURN TO
****************************
NO=NORMALLY OPENED
NC=NORMALLY CLOSED
DEFINITION
NO-EV-NL-00:01
NO-AL-L -00:01
NC-EV-NL-00:01
NO-AL-L -00:01
NC-AL-L -00:01
NO-EV-NL-00:01
NO-AL-L -00:01
NC-EV-NL-00:01
BOARD INPUTS
SETUP MENU
MAIN MENU
EV=EVENT
AL=ALARMABLE
NL=NOT LATCHED
L =LATCHED
MIN:SEC=DELAY TIME BEFORE
INPUT WILL TRIGGER
NOTE:EVENT CANNOT BE LATCHED
****************************
SELECT A NUMBER:9
SETUP INPUT
1=INPUT_09
2=INPUT_10
3=INPUT_11
4=INPUT_12
5=INPUT_13
6=INPUT_14
7=INPUT_15
8=INPUT_16
9=INPUT_17
0=INPUT_18
A=INPUT_19
B=INPUT_20
C=INPUT_21
D=INPUT_22
E=INPUT_23
F=INPUT_24
G=RETURN TO
H=RETURN TO
NO-EV-NL-00:01
NO-AL-L -00:01
NC-EV-NL-00:01
NO-AL-L -00:01
NC-AL-L -00:01
NO-EV-NL-00:01
NO-AL-L -00:01
NC-EV-NL-00:01
NC-EV-NL-00:01
NC-EV-NL-00:01
NC-EV-NL-00:01
NC-EV-NL-00:01
NC-EV-NL-00:01
NC-EV-NL-00:01
NC-EV-NL-00:01
NC-EV-NL-00:01
SETUP MENU
MAIN MENU
****************************
NO=NORMALLY OPENED
NC=NORMALLY CLOSED
EV=EVENT
AL=ALARMABLE
NL=NOT LATCHED
L =LATCHED
MIN:SEC=DELAY TIME BEFORE
INPUT WILL TRIGGER
NOTE:EVENT CANNOT BE LATCHED
****************************
SELECT A NUMBER:1
>CHANGE LABEL(8 CHARACTERS MAX).
>[INPUT_09]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>IS INPUT NORMALLY OPENED(NO) OR NORMALLY CLOSED(NC)?
>[NO]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>IS INPUT AN ALARM(AL) OR EVENT(EV)?
>[EV]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>IS ALARM LATCHED-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>DELAY TIME BEFORE TRIGGER (MM:SS)?
>[00:01]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
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A.6.2 Setup Common Alarm
For details on this feature, see 9.4 - Setup System - Setup Common Alarm.
Setup Common Alarm
SETUP COMMON ALARM
Select if the common
alarm relay contact
is to reset with
silence alarm
1=SETUP COMMON ALARM
2=RETURN TO SETUP MENU
3=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
CURRENT
SETTING
N
SELECT A NUMBER:1
>RESET COMMON ALARM WITH SILENCE-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
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A.6.3 Setup Sensor
For details on this feature, see 9.5 - Setup System - Setup Sensor.
Setup Sensor
SETUP SENSOR
Setup for analog
input points
Select sensor to edit
SENSOR
VALUE
1=SENSOR_1
80.0 DEG
2=SENSOR_2 ------ DEG
3=SENSOR_3
80.0 DEG
4=SENSOR_4
79.5 RH
5=RETURN TO SETUP MENU
6=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:1
>IS THE SENSOR CONNECTED-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>CHANGE SENSOR LABEL(8 CHARACTERS MAX).
>[SENSOR_1]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>CHANGE UNITS LABEL(3 CHARACTERS MAX).
>[DEG]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>CHANGE 4 mA VALUE(-999.9 to 999.9).
>[-020.0]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>CHANGE 20 mA VALUE(-999.9 to 999.9).
>[+020.0]
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Setup Sensor (continued)
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>CHANGE OFFSET VALUE.
>[000.0]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>IS SENSOR AN ALARM(AL) OR EVENT(EV)?
>[AL]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>IS SENSOR ALARM LATCHED-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[Y]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>CHANGE LOW SETPOINT.
>[-0015.0]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>CHANGE HIGH SETPOINT.
>[+0015.0]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>DELAY TIME BEFORE TRIGGER (MM:SS)?
>[00:01]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
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A.6.4 Setup I/O Matrix
For details on this feature, see 9.6 - Setup System - Setup I/O Matrix.
Setup I-O Matrix - Map Input to Output - Main Board Inputs
SETUP I/O MATRIX
Program inputs & sensors
to control outputs
Select to map inputs or sensors
1=MAP INPUT TO OUTPUT
2=MAP SENSOR TO OUTPUT
3=RETURN TO SETUP MENU
4=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:1
MAP INPUT TO OUTPUT
**********************
OUTPUT
OUTPUT
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
Program input
to control output(s)
Select input to map
INPUT
OUTPUTS
12345678910111213141516
1=INPUT_01
YNNNNNNNN N N N N N N N
2=INPUT_02
NYNNNNNNN N N N N N N N
3=INPUT_03
NNYNNNNNN N N N N N N N
4=INPUT_04
NNNYNNNNN N N N N N N N
5=INPUT_05
NNNNYNNNN N N N N N N N
6=INPUT_06
NNNNNYNNN N N N N N N N
7=INPUT_07
NNNNNNYNN N N N N N N N
8=INPUT_08
NNNNNNNYN N N N N N N N
9=EXPANSION BOARD INPUTS
0=RETURN TO SETUP I/O MATRIX
I=RETURN TO SETUP MENU
OUTPUT01 = OUTPUT01
OUTPUT02 = OUTPUT02
OUTPUT03 = OUTPUT03
OUTPUT04 = OUTPUT04
OUTPUT05 = OUTPUT05
OUTPUT06 = OUTPUT06
OUTPUT07 = OUTPUT07
OUTPUT08 = OUTPUT08
OUTPUT09 = OUTPUT09
OUTPUT10 = OUTPUT10
OUTPUT11 = OUTPUT11
OUTPUT12 = OUTPUT12
OUTPUT13 = OUTPUT13
OUTPUT14 = OUTPUT14
OUTPUT15 = OUTPUT15
OUTPUT16 = OUTPUT16
**********************
SELECT A NUMBER:1
>MAP INPUT_01 TO OUTPUT01-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[Y]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP INPUT_01 TO OUTPUT02-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP INPUT_01 TO OUTPUT03-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP INPUT_01 TO OUTPUT04-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP INPUT_01 TO OUTPUT05-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
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>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP INPUT_01 TO OUTPUT06-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP INPUT_01 TO OUTPUT07-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP INPUT_01 TO OUTPUT08-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP INPUT_01 TO OUTPUT09-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[Y]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP INPUT_01 TO OUTPUT10-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[Y]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP INPUT_01 TO OUTPUT11-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP INPUT_01 TO OUTPUT12-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP INPUT_01 TO OUTPUT13-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP INPUT_01 TO OUTPUT14-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP INPUT_01 TO OUTPUT15-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP INPUT_01 TO OUTPUT16-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
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Setup I-O Matrix - Map Input to Output - Expansion Board Inputs
SETUP I/O MATRIX
Program inputs & sensors
to control outputs
Select to map inputs or sensors
1=MAP INPUT TO OUTPUT
2=MAP SENSOR TO OUTPUT
3=RETURN TO SETUP MENU
4=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:1
MAP INPUT TO OUTPUT
**********************
OUTPUT
OUTPUT
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
Program input
to control output(s)
Select input to map
INPUT
OUTPUTS
12345678910111213141516
1=INPUT_01
YNNNNNNNN N N N N N N N
2=INPUT_02
NYNNNNNNN N N N N N N N
3=INPUT_03
NNYNNNNNN N N N N N N N
4=INPUT_04
NNNYNNNNN N N N N N N N
5=INPUT_05
NNNNYNNNN N N N N N N N
6=INPUT_06
NNNNNYNNN N N N N N N N
7=INPUT_07
NNNNNNYNN N N N N N N N
8=INPUT_08
NNNNNNNYN N N N N N N N
9=EXPANSION BOARD INPUTS
0=RETURN TO SETUP I/O MATRIX
I=RETURN TO SETUP MENU
OUTPUT01 = OUTPUT01
OUTPUT02 = OUTPUT02
OUTPUT03 = OUTPUT03
OUTPUT04 = OUTPUT04
OUTPUT05 = OUTPUT05
OUTPUT06 = OUTPUT06
OUTPUT07 = OUTPUT07
OUTPUT08 = OUTPUT08
OUTPUT09 = OUTPUT09
OUTPUT10 = OUTPUT10
OUTPUT11 = OUTPUT11
OUTPUT12 = OUTPUT12
OUTPUT13 = OUTPUT13
OUTPUT14 = OUTPUT14
OUTPUT15 = OUTPUT15
OUTPUT16 = OUTPUT16
**********************
SELECT A NUMBER:9
MAP INPUT TO OUTPUT
12345678910111213141516
1=INPUT_09
NNNNNNNNN N N N N N N N
2=INPUT_10
NNNNNNNNN N N N N N N N
3=INPUT_11
NNNNNNNNN N N N N N N N
4=INPUT_12
NNNNNNNNN N N N N N N N
5=INPUT_13
NNNNNNNNN N N N N N N N
6=INPUT_14
NNNNNNNNN N N N N N N N
7=INPUT_15
NNNNNNNNN N N N N N N N
8=INPUT_16
NNNNNNNNN N N N N N N N
9=INPUT_17
NNNNNNNNN N N N N N N N
0=INPUT_18
NNNNNNNNN N N N N N N N
A=INPUT_19
NNNNNNNNN N N N N N N N
B=INPUT_20
NNNNNNNNN N N N N N N N
C=INPUT_21
NNNNNNNNN N N N N N N N
D=INPUT_22
NNNNNNNNN N N N N N N N
E=INPUT_23
NNNNNNNNN N N N N N N N
F=INPUT_24
NNNNNNNNN N N N N N N N
G=RETURN TO SETUP I/O MATRIX
H=RETURN TO SETUP MENU
**********************
OUTPUT
OUTPUT
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
OUTPUT01 = OUTPUT01
OUTPUT02 = OUTPUT02
OUTPUT03 = OUTPUT03
OUTPUT04 = OUTPUT04
OUTPUT05 = OUTPUT05
OUTPUT06 = OUTPUT06
OUTPUT07 = OUTPUT07
OUTPUT08 = OUTPUT08
OUTPUT09 = OUTPUT09
OUTPUT10 = OUTPUT10
OUTPUT11 = OUTPUT11
OUTPUT12 = OUTPUT12
OUTPUT13 = OUTPUT13
OUTPUT14 = OUTPUT14
OUTPUT15 = OUTPUT15
OUTPUT16 = OUTPUT16
**********************
SELECT A NUMBER:9 SHOULD THIS NUMERAL BE 1
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Setup I-O Matrix - Map Input to Output - Expansion Board Inputs (continued)
>MAP INPUT_09 TO OUTPUT01-YES(Y)
>[Y]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP INPUT_09 TO OUTPUT02-YES(Y)
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP INPUT_09 TO OUTPUT03-YES(Y)
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP INPUT_09 TO OUTPUT04-YES(Y)
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP INPUT_09 TO OUTPUT05-YES(Y)
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP INPUT_09 TO OUTPUT06-YES(Y)
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP INPUT_09 TO OUTPUT07-YES(Y)
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP INPUT_09 TO OUTPUT08-YES(Y)
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP INPUT_09 TO OUTPUT09-YES(Y)
>[Y]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP INPUT_09 TO OUTPUT10-YES(Y)
>[Y]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP INPUT_09 TO OUTPUT11-YES(Y)
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP INPUT_09 TO OUTPUT12-YES(Y)
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP INPUT_09 TO OUTPUT13-YES(Y)
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP INPUT_09 TO OUTPUT14-YES(Y)
>[N]
OR NO(N)?
OR NO(N)?
OR NO(N)?
OR NO(N)?
OR NO(N)?
OR NO(N)?
OR NO(N)?
OR NO(N)?
OR NO(N)?
OR NO(N)?
OR NO(N)?
OR NO(N)?
OR NO(N)?
OR NO(N)?
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP INPUT_09 TO OUTPUT15-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP INPUT_09 TO OUTPUT16-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
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Setup I-O Matrix - Map Sensor to Output
SETUP I/O MATRIX
Program inputs & sensors
to control outputs
Select to map inputs or sensors
1=MAP INPUT TO OUTPUT
2=MAP SENSOR TO OUTPUT
3=RETURN TO SETUP MENU
4=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:2
MAP SENSOR TO OUTPUT
**********************
OUTPUT
OUTPUT
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
Program sensor
to control output(s)
Select sensor to map
SENSOR
OUTPUTS
12345678910111213141516
1=SENSOR_1 HIGH STPT
NNNNNNNNN N N N N N N N
2=SENSOR_1 LOW STPT
NNNNNNNNN N N N N N N N
3=SENSOR_2 HIGH STPT
NNNNNNNNN N N N N N N N
4=SENSOR_2 LOW STPT
NNNNNNNNN N N N N N N N
5=SENSOR_3 HIGH STPT
NNNNNNNNN N N N N N N N
6=SENSOR_3 LOW STPT
NNNNNNNNN N N N N N N N
7=SENSOR_4 HIGH STPT
NNNNNNNNN N N N N N N N
8=SENSOR_4 LOW STPT
NNNNNNNNN N N N N N N N
9=RETURN TO SETUP I/O MATRIX
0=RETURN TO SETUP MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:1
>MAP SENSOR_1 HIGH STPT
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP SENSOR_1 HIGH STPT
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP SENSOR_1 HIGH STPT
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP SENSOR_1 HIGH STPT
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP SENSOR_1 HIGH STPT
>[N]
OUTPUT01 = OUTPUT01
OUTPUT02 = OUTPUT02
OUTPUT03 = OUTPUT03
OUTPUT04 = OUTPUT04
OUTPUT05 = OUTPUT05
OUTPUT06 = OUTPUT06
OUTPUT07 = OUTPUT07
OUTPUT08 = OUTPUT08
OUTPUT09 = OUTPUT09
OUTPUT10 = OUTPUT10
OUTPUT11 = OUTPUT11
OUTPUT12 = OUTPUT12
OUTPUT13 = OUTPUT13
OUTPUT14 = OUTPUT14
OUTPUT15 = OUTPUT15
OUTPUT16 = OUTPUT16
**********************
TO OUTPUT01-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
TO OUTPUT02-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
TO OUTPUT03-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
TO OUTPUT04-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
TO OUTPUT05-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
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Setup I-O Matrix - Map Sensor to Output (continued)
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP SENSOR_1 HIGH STPT
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP SENSOR_1 HIGH STPT
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP SENSOR_1 HIGH STPT
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP SENSOR_1 HIGH STPT
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP SENSOR_1 HIGH STPT
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP SENSOR_1 HIGH STPT
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP SENSOR_1 HIGH STPT
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP SENSOR_1 HIGH STPT
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP SENSOR_1 HIGH STPT
>[N]
TO OUTPUT06-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
TO OUTPUT07-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
TO OUTPUT08-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
TO OUTPUT08-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
TO OUTPUT09-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
TO OUTPUT10-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
TO OUTPUT11-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
TO OUTPUT12-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
TO OUTPUT13-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP SENSOR_1 HIGH STPT TO OUTPUT14-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP SENSOR_1 HIGH STPT TO OUTPUT15-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>MAP SENSOR_1 HIGH STPT TO OUTPUT16-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
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A.6.5 Setup Output
For details on this feature, see 9.7 - Setup System - Setup Output.
Setup Output - Main Board Outputs
SETUP OUTPUT
Setup for discrete
output points
Select output to edit
OUTPUT
DEFINITION
1=OUTPUT01
NO
2=OUTPUT02
NC
3=OUTPUT03
NO
4=OUTPUT04
NC
5=OUTPUT05
NO
6=OUTPUT06
NC
7=OUTPUT07
NO
8=OUTPUT08
NC
9=EXPANSION BOARD OUTPUTS
0=RETURN TO SETUP MENU
I=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
******************
NO=NORMALLY OPENED
NC=NORMALLY CLOSED
******************
SELECT A NUMBER:1
>CHANGE LABEL(8 CHARACTERS MAX).
>[OUTPUT01]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>SET TO NORMALLY OPENED(NO) OR NORMALLY CLOSED(NC).
>[NO]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
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Setup Output - Expansion Board Outputs
SETUP OUTPUT
Setup for discrete
output points
Select output to edit
OUTPUT
DEFINITION
1=OUTPUT01
NO
2=OUTPUT02
NC
3=OUTPUT03
NO
4=OUTPUT04
NC
5=OUTPUT05
NO
6=OUTPUT06
NC
7=OUTPUT07
NO
8=OUTPUT08
NC
9=EXPANSION BOARD OUTPUTS
0=RETURN TO SETUP MENU
I=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
******************
NO=NORMALLY OPENED
NC=NORMALLY CLOSED
******************
SELECT A NUMBER:9
SETUP OUTPUT
Setup for discrete
output points
Select output to edit
OUTPUT
DEFINITION
1=OUTPUT09
NO
2=OUTPUT10
NC
3=OUTPUT11
NO
4=OUTPUT12
NC
5=OUTPUT13
NO
6=OUTPUT14
NC
7=OUTPUT15
NO
8=OUTPUT16
NC
9=RETURN TO SETUP MENU
0=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
******************
NO=NORMALLY OPENED
NC=NORMALLY CLOSED
NOTE:SET BY DIPSWITCH
******************
SELECT A NUMBER:1
>CHANGE LABEL(8 CHARACTERS MAX).
>[OUTPUT09]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
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A.6.6 Setup Modem & Pagers
For details on this topic, see 9.8 - Setup System - Setup Modem & Pagers.
Pager Setup
For details on this feature, see 9.8.3 - Pager Setup - Pager Number and PIN and 9.8.4 - Pager
Setup - Communications Check (Service Terminal Interface only).
Setup Modem & Pagers - Pager Setup
SETUP MODEM&PAGERS
Input pager and
modem information
Select pager or modem
CURRENT NUMBER
*******************
An "A" is required
as 1st character
for an alpha pager,
an "N" for a numeric
pager, and an "M"
for a remote modem.
*******************
1=PAGER NUMBER 1
2=PAGER NUMBER 2
3=PAGER NUMBER 3
4=PAGER NUMBER 4
5=MODEM CONFIGURATION
6=RETURN TO SETUP MENU
7=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:1
>ENTER PAGER NUMBER(40 CHARACTERS MAX).
>[]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>ENTER PAGER PIN NUMBER (20 CHARACTERS MAX).
>[]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>ENABLE COMMUNICATIONS CHECK-YES(Y) OR NO(N)? (Service Terminal Interface only)
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>ENTER TIME TO PERFORM COMMUNICATIONS CHECK(HH:MM). (Service Terminal Interface only)
>[00:00]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
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Modem Setup
For details on this feature, see 9.8.1 - Modem Setup - Initialization String and 9.8.2 - Modem
Setup - Additional Features (Service Terminal Interface only).
Setup Modem & Pagers - Modem Setup
SETUP MODEM&PAGERS
Input pager and
modem information
Select pager or modem
CURRENT NUMBER
*******************
An "A" is required
as 1st character
for an alpha pager,
an "N" for a numeric
pager, and an "M"
for a remote modem.
*******************
1=PAGER NUMBER 1
2=PAGER NUMBER 2
3=PAGER NUMBER 3
4=PAGER NUMBER 4
5=MODEM CONFIGURATION
6=RETURN TO SETUP MENU
7=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:5
>CHANGE MODEM INITIALIZATION STRING(40 CHARACTERS MAX).
>[ATS0=1]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>ENTER UNIVERSAL MONITOR PHONE NUMBER(40 CHARACTERS MAX). (Service Terminal Interface only)
>[]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>ENABLE MODEM DIAGNOSTIC MESSAGES-YES(Y) OR NO(N)? (Service Terminal Interface only)
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>CHANGE MODEM DIAL PREFIX. (Service Terminal Interface only)
>[ATE0X4DT]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>CHANGE MODEM HANG UP DELAY AFTER A CALL(99 SEC MAX). (Service Terminal Interface only)
>[10]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
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A.6.7 Setup System Info
This section presents Service Terminal Interface screens for choices 1 through 9 in the Setup System
Information menu shown below. For details on this topic, see 9.9 - Setup System - Setup System
Info.
Setup System Info
SETUP SYSTEM INFORMATION
1=CHANGE PASSWORD
2=CHANGE DATE & TIME
3=SETUP SITE ID
4=CONNECT BATTERY
5=BACKUP & UPLOAD CONFIGURATION FILE
6=SETUP SERVICE PHONE NUMBER
7=SET PANEL TO FACTORY DEFAULTS
8=PERFORM FIRMWARE UPDATE
9=INITIATE REMOTE ALARM TEST
0=RETURN TO SETUP MENU
I=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:
Change Password
For details on this feature, see 9.9.1 - Change Password.
Change Password
CHANGE PASSWORD
1=CHANGE
2=RETURN
3=RETURN
4=RETURN
PASSWORD
TO SETUP SYSTEM INFO MENU
TO SETUP MENU
TO MAIN MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:1
>ENTER ORIGINAL PASSWORD(MUST BE 4 CHARACTERS).
>
>ENTER NEW PASSWORD(MUST BE 4 CHARACTERS).
>
>ENTER NEW PASSWORD AGAIN FOR CONFIRMATION.
>
>PASSWORD CHANGE SUCCESSFUL
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Change Date & Time/Automatic Daylight Saving Time
For details on this feature, see 9.9.2 - Change Date & Time/Automatic Daylight Saving Time.
Change Date & Time
CHANGE DATE & TIME
CURRENT DATE & TIME
1=CHANGE
2=RETURN
3=RETURN
4=RETURN
DATE & TIME
TO SETUP SYSTEM INFO MENU
TO SETUP MENU
TO MAIN MENU
28-AUG-02
14:45:10
SELECT A NUMBER:1
>CHANGE DATE & TIME(DD-MON-YY HR:MM:SS).
>[28-AUG-02 14:45:10]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>ENABLE DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[Y]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
Setup Site ID
For details on this feature, see 9.9.3 - Setup Site ID.
Setup Site ID
SETUP SITE ID
Define name to
reference panel
CURRENT SITE ID
1=SETUP SITE ID
2=RETURN TO SETUP SYSTEM INFO MENU
3=RETURN TO SETUP MENU
4=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:1
>ENTER SITE ID NAME(40 CHARACTERS MAX).
>[]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
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DST
Y
Setup Menu
Connect Battery
For details on this feature, see 9.9.4 - Connect Battery.
Connect Battery
CONNECT BATTERY
CURRENT SETTING
1=CONNECT BATTERY
2=RETURN TO SETUP SYSTEM INFO MENU
3=RETURN TO SETUP MENU
4=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
Y
SELECT A NUMBER:1
>IS THE BATTERY CONNECTED-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[Y]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
Backup and Upload Configuration File (Service Terminal Interface only)
For details on this feature, see 9.9.5 - Backup and Upload Configuration File (Service Terminal Interface only).
Backup & Upload Configuration File - Backup
BACKUP AND UPLOAD CONFIGURATION FILE
Backup from panel saves panel configurations
Upload to panel restores panel configurations
Select to backup or upload file
1=BACKUP
2=UPLOAD
3=RETURN
4=RETURN
5=RETURN
CONFIGURATION FILE
CONFIGURATION FILE
TO SETUP SYSTEM INFO MENU
TO SETUP MENU
TO MAIN MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:1
>INITIATE A BACKUP OF CONFIGURATION FILE-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>[
INSTRUCTIONS TO PERFORM BACKUP:
ASSUMES USING MICROSOFT WINDOWS HYPERTERMINAL APPLICATION
- SELECT TRANSFER FROM THE TOOLBAR
- SELECT RECEIVE FILE
- ENTER FOLDER WHERE FILE IS TO BE RECEIVED
- SELECT XMODEM FROM THE PROTOCOL BOX
- SELECT RECEIVE BUTTON AND ENTER FILE NAME,E.G., UMCONFIG.SAV
>BACKUP SUCCESSFUL
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Backup & Upload Configuration File - Upload
BACKUP AND UPLOAD CONFIGURATION FILE
Backup from panel saves panel configurations
Upload to panel restores panel configurations
Select to backup or upload file
1=BACKUP
2=UPLOAD
3=RETURN
4=RETURN
5=RETURN
CONFIGURATION FILE
CONFIGURATION FILE
TO SETUP SYSTEM INFO MENU
TO SETUP MENU
TO MAIN MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:2
>INITIATE AN UPLOAD OF CONFIGURATION FILE-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>[
INSTRUCTIONS TO PERFORM UPLOAD:
ASSUMES USING MICROSOFT WINDOWS HYPERTERMINAL APPLICATION
- SELECT TRANSFER FROM THE TOOLBAR
- SELECT SEND FILE
- ENTER FILE NAME-CONFIGURATION FILE LOCATION & NAME
- SELECT XMODEM FROM THE PROTOCOL BOX
- SELECT SEND BUTTON
>UPLOAD SUCCESSFUL
Setup Service Phone Number
For details on this feature, see 9.9.6 - Setup Serv Ph Num - Enter Phone Number and 9.9.7 Setup Serv Ph Num - Communications Check (Service Terminal Interface only).
Setup Service Phone Number
SETUP SERVICE PHONE NUMBER
This number receives all alarms
in addition to the 4 pagers
CURRENT NUMBER
1=SETUP SERVICE PHONE NUMBER
2=RETURN TO SETUP SYSTEM INFO MENU
3=RETURN TO SETUP MENU
4=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
******************
An “M” is required
as 1st character.
******************
SELECT A NUMBER:1
>ENTER SERVICE PHONE NUMBER(40 CHARACTERS MAX).
>[]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>ENABLE COMMUNICATIONS CHECK-YES(Y) OR NO(N)? (Service Terminal Interface only)
>[N]
>
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
>ENTER TIME TO PERFORM COMMUNICATIONS CHECK(HH:MM). (Service Terminal Interface only)
>[00:00]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
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Factory Defaults
For details on this feature, see 9.9.8 - Factory Defaults.
Factory Defaults
RESTORE FACTORY DEFAULTS
This command restores all panel
information to factory settings
1=RESTORE FACTORY DEFAULTS
2=RETURN TO SETUP SYSTEM INFO MENU
3=RETURN TO SETUP MENU
4=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:1
>RESTORE THE PANEL TO FACTORY SETTINGS-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
[[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
Firmware Update (Service Terminal Interface only)
For details on this feature, see 9.9.9 - Perform Firmware Update (Service Terminal Interface
only).
Firmware Update
PERFORM FIRMWARE UPDATE
This command will update
the existing firmware
1=PERFORM FIRMWARE UPDATE
2=RETURN TO SETUP SYSTEM INFO MENU
3=RETURN TO SETUP MENU
4=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:1
>PERFORM FIRMWARE UPDATE-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>[
INSTRUCTIONS TO PERFORM FIRMWARE UPDATE:
ASSUMES USING MICROSOFT WINDOWS HYPERTERMINAL APPLICATION
- SELECT TRANSFER FROM THE TOOLBAR
- SELECT SEND FILE
- ENTER FILE NAME-FIRMWARE FILE LOCATION & NAME
- SELECT XMODEM FROM THE PROTOCOL BOX
- SELECT SEND BUTTON
>WAITING TO SEND PROGRAM FILE
>DONE
>CHECKSUM IS....
>PROGRAM VERSION....
>WAITING TO SEND FLASH FILE
>DONE
>FIRMWARE UPDATE SUCCESSFUL
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Initiate Remote Alarm Test (Service Terminal Interface only)
For details on this feature, see 9.9.10 - Initiate Remote Alarm Test (Service Terminal Interface
only).
Initiate Remote Alarm Test
INITIATE REMOTE ALARM TEST
This command simulates an alarm
to test alarm notification setup
for the service phone number
1=INITIATE REMOTE ALARM TEST
2=RETURN TO SETUP SYSTEM INFO MENU
3=RETURN TO SETUP MENU
4=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:1
>SIMULATE AN ALARM CONDITION-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
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A.6.8 Connect Expansion Board
For details on this feature, see 9.10 - Setup Exp Board - Optional Expansion Board.
Connect Expansion Board
CONNECT EXPANSION BOARD
CURRENT SETTING
N
1=CONNECT EXPANSION BOARD
2=RETURN TO SETUP MENU
3=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:1
>IS THE EXPANSION BOARD CONNECTED-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
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A.6.9 Override Output
For details on this feature, see 9.11 - Manual Output Ctrl.
Override Output - Main Board Outputs
OVERRIDE OUTPUT
Manually override
an output point
Select output to override
OUTPUT
CONTROL
1=OUTPUT01
AUTO
2=OUTPUT02
AUTO
3=OUTPUT03
AUTO
4=OUTPUT04
AUTO
5=OUTPUT05
AUTO
6=OUTPUT06
AUTO
7=OUTPUT07
AUTO
8=OUTPUT08
AUTO
9=EXPANSION BOARD OUTPUTS
0=RETURN TO SETUP MENU
I=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
********************************************
AUTO
=CONTROL BY PANEL
MAN ON =OVERRIDE IN ON POSITION BY OPERATOR
MAN OFF=OVERRIDE IN OFF POSITION BY OPERATOR
********************************************
SELECT A NUMBER:1
>OVERRIDE OUTPUT OUTPUT01-AUTO(2),MAN ON(1),MAN OFF(0).
>[2]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
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Override Output - Expansion Board Outputs
OVERRIDE OUTPUT
Manually override
an output point
Select output to override
OUTPUT
CONTROL
1=OUTPUT01
AUTO
2=OUTPUT02
AUTO
3=OUTPUT03
AUTO
4=OUTPUT04
AUTO
5=OUTPUT05
AUTO
6=OUTPUT06
AUTO
7=OUTPUT07
AUTO
8=OUTPUT08
AUTO
9=EXPANSION BOARD OUTPUTS
0=RETURN TO SETUP MENU
I=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
********************************************
AUTO
=CONTROL BY PANEL
MAN ON =OVERRIDE IN ON POSITION BY OPERATOR
MAN OFF=OVERRIDE IN OFF POSITION BY OPERATOR
********************************************
SELECT A NUMBER:9
OVERRIDE OUTPUT
Manually override
an output point
Select output to override
OUTPUT
CONTROL
1=OUTPUT09
AUTO
2=OUTPUT10
AUTO
3=OUTPUT11
AUTO
4=OUTPUT12
AUTO
5=OUTPUT13
AUTO
6=OUTPUT14
AUTO
7=OUTPUT15
AUTO
8=OUTPUT16
AUTO
9=RETURN TO SETUP MENU
0=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
********************************************
AUTO
=CONTROL BY PANEL
MAN ON =OVERRIDE IN ON POSITION BY OPERATOR
MAN OFF=OVERRIDE IN OFF POSITION BY OPERATOR
********************************************
SELECT A NUMBER:1
>OVERRIDE OUTPUT OUTPUT09-AUTO(2),MAN ON(1),MAN OFF(0).
>[2]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
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A.6.10 Clear Alarms & Logs
For details on this topic, see 9.12 - Clear Alarms & Logs.
Clear Active Alarms
For details on this feature, see 9.12.1 - Clear Active Alarms.
Clear Alarms & Logs - Clear Active Alarms
CLEAR ALARMS&LOGS
Clear active alarms
or log records
Select the log to clear
1=CLEAR ACTIVE ALARMS
2=CLEAR ALARM LOG
3=CLEAR EVENT LOG
4=CLEAR TREND LOGS
5=RETURN TO SETUP MENU
6=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:1
>CLEAR ALL THE ACTIVE ALARMS-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
Clear the Alarm Log
For details on this feature, see 9.12.2 - Clear the Alarm Log.
Clear Alarms & Logs - Clear the Alarm Log
CLEAR ALARMS&LOGS
Clear active alarms
or log records
Select the log to clear
1=CLEAR ACTIVE ALARMS
2=CLEAR ALARM LOG
3=CLEAR EVENT LOG
4=CLEAR TREND LOGS
5=RETURN TO SETUP MENU
6=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:2
>CLEAR ALL RECORDS IN THE ALARM LOG-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
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Clear the Event Log
For details on this feature, see 9.12.3 - Clear the Event Log.
Clear Alarms & Logs - Clear the Event Log
CLEAR ALARMS&LOGS
Clear active alarms
or log records
Select the log to clear
1=CLEAR ACTIVE ALARMS
2=CLEAR ALARM LOG
3=CLEAR EVENT LOG
4=CLEAR TREND LOGS
5=RETURN TO SETUP MENU
6=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:3
>CLEAR ALL RECORDS IN THE EVENT LOG-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
Clear the Trend Logs
For details on this feature, see 9.12.4 - Clear the Trend Logs.
Clear Alarms & Logs - Clear the Trend Logs
CLEAR ALARMS&LOGS
Clear active alarms
or log records
Select the log to clear
1=CLEAR ACTIVE ALARMS
2=CLEAR ALARM LOG
3=CLEAR EVENT LOG
4=CLEAR TREND LOGS
5=RETURN TO SETUP MENU
6=RETURN TO MAIN MENU
SELECT A NUMBER:4
>CLEAR ALL RECORDS IN THE TREND LOGS-YES(Y) OR NO(N)?
>[N]
>[
>COMMAND SUCCESSFUL
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APPENDIX B - DEFAULT SETTINGS QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE
This appendix provides a quick reference to default settings for the Universal Monitor and the
optional Expansion Board. These settings also appear throughout the manual.
Table 37
Universal Monitor - default settings for inputs and outputs
DEFAULT SETTINGS - DIGITAL INPUTS (FROM TABLE 21)
Feature
Default
Other Options
LABEL
INPUT_01 - INPUT_08
Any name (up to eight characters)
NORM OPEN/CLOSE
NO (Normally open)
NC (Normally closed)
ALARM/EVENT
AL (Alarmable)
EV (Event)
LATCHED
NL (Unlatched) / N (No)*
L (Latched) / Y (Yes)*
DELAY
00:01 (1 second)
Any time (in minutes and seconds) from 00:00 to 99:59
* NOTE: Different abbreviations are used to designate a digital input as Latched or Unlatched.
DEFAULT SETTINGS - ANALOG SENSOR INPUTS (FROM TABLE 22)
Feature
Default
Other Options
CONNECTED*
N (Not connected)*
Y (Connected)**
LABEL
SENSOR_1 - SENSOR_4
Any name (up to eight characters)
UNITS
Blank
Any units (up to three characters)
4 mA
-999.9
Can define up to two decimal places—e.g., -99.99
20 mA
+999.9
Can define up to two decimal places—e.g., +99.99
OFFSET
+000.0
Can define up to two decimal places—e.g., +00.00
ALARM/EVENT
AL (Alarmable)
EV (Event)
LATCHED
N (Unlatched)
Y (Latched)
LOW SETPT
-0999.9
Can define up to two decimal places—e.g., -999.99
HIGH SETPT
+0999.9
Can define up to two decimal places—e.g., +999.99
SENSOR DELAY
00:01 (1 second)
Any time (in minutes and seconds) from 00:00 to 99:59
* If a sensor is configured as N (Not connected), the display will show an empty reading (blank spaces).
** If a sensor is configured as Y (Connected) and is functioning properly, the display will show a reading.
If the connected sensor is not functioning properly, the display will show dashes () indicating a problem.
DEFAULT MAPPING OF DIGITAL INPUTS TO DIGITAL OUTPUTS (FROM TABLE 23)
Digital input
By default, mapped to digital output:
Input_01
Output01
Input_02
Output02
Input_03
Output03
Input_04
Output04
Input_05
Output05
Input_06
Output06
Input_07
Output07
Input_08
Output08
DEFAULT MAPPING OF ANALOG INPUTS TO DIGITAL OUTPUTS (FROM TABLE 24)
Analog input
By default, mapped to digital output:
Sensor_1
(none)
Sensor_2
(none)
Sensor_3
(none)
Sensor_4
(none)
DEFAULT SETTINGS - DIGITAL OUTPUTS (FROM TABLE 25)
Feature
Default
Other Options
LABEL
OUTPUT01 - OUTPUT08
Any name (up to eight characters)
NORM OPEN/CLOSE
NO (Normally open)
NC (Normally closed)
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Table 38
Universal Monitor - other default settings
JUMPER SETTINGS
Feature
Digital output loss-of-power jumpers
Default
OFF - Normally Open
Other Options
ON - Normally Closed
NOTE: Jumper position has no effect when the Universal Monitor has power.
12VDC/24VDC analog input jumper
24VDC
Acceptable voltage for all four two-wire analog sensors
P20 jumper
Not jumpered (not
connected)
—
422 TERM jumper
Default: jumpered
(connected)
—
485 TERM jumper
Default: jumpered
(connected)
—
Audible horn
Enabled
May be disabled via the audible horn jumper
Manual Override switch
Off (outputs controlled by
programming)
On (Turn on all output relays)
DEFAULT SETTINGS - MODEM (FROM TABLE 27)
Feature
Initialization String (InitString)
Default
Other Options
Any string (up to 40 characters); for international
dialing, add +GCI=xx, where xx is the country code
(except B5 countries—see Tables 27 and 28)
ATS0=1
Enable Modem Diagnostic Messages N (disable)
Y (enable)
Modem Dial Prefix
ATE0X4DT
Any string
Modem Hang Up Delay After a Call
10 seconds
Any number (up to 99 seconds)
DIP SWITCH SETTINGS
Feature
8-position DIP switch
Default
All are OFF (down)
Other Options
May be used to reset password to factory default (see
9.9.1- Change Password)
OTHER SETTINGS
Feature
Default
Other Options
Change state of outputs - automatic
or manual control
AUTO (automatic control)
Force an output ON / OFF via Manual Output Ctrl menu
Force all outputs ON via hardware switch
Password
AAAA
Any 4 characters (see Table 20 for valid characters)
Reset common alarm with silence
N (not reset)
Y (reset with silence)
Battery connected
Y (connected)
N (not connected)
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Table 39
Expansion Board - default settings for inputs and outputs
DEFAULT SETTINGS - DIGITAL INPUTS (FROM TABLE 21)
Feature
Default
Other Options
LABEL
INPUT_09 - INPUT_24
Any name (up to eight characters)
NORM OPEN/CLOSE
NO (Normally open)
NC (Normally closed)
ALARM/EVENT
AL (Alarmable)
EV (Event)
LATCHED
NL (Unlatched) / N (No)*
L (Latched) / Y (Yes)*
DELAY
00:01 (1 second)
Any time (in minutes and seconds) from 00:00 to 99:59
* NOTE: Different abbreviations are used to designate a digital input as Latched or Unlatched.
DEFAULT MAPPING OF DIGITAL INPUTS TO DIGITAL OUTPUTS (FROM TABLE 23)
Digital input
By default, mapped to digital output:
Input_09
(none)
Input_10
(none)
Input_11
..
.
(none)
Input_24
(none)
(none)
NOTE: By default, no Expansion Board inputs are mapped to any outputs.
DEFAULT SETTINGS - DIGITAL OUTPUTS (FROM TABLE 25)
Feature
Default
LABEL
OUTPUT09 - OUTPUT16
Table 40
Other Options
Any name (up to eight characters)
Expansion Board - other default settings
CONNECTION TO UNIVERSAL MONITOR (SEE 9.10 - SETUP EXP BOARD - OPTIONAL EXPANSION BOARD)
Feature
SETUP EXP BOARD (IS THE
EXPANSION BOARD
CONNECTED?)
Default
Other Options
N (Not connected)
Y (Connected)
DIP SWITCH SETTINGS
Feature
S1 Digital output DIP switches
Default
Other Options
Off (NO - Normally Open)
On (NC - Normally Closed)
OTHER SWITCH SETTINGS
Feature
Default
For all switches:
1 = ON, 0 = OFF
Other Options
SW1 (factory configured)
11111111
—
SW2 (factory configured)
11111111
—
SW3 (factory configured)
10000100
—
SW4 (factory configured)
10000100
—
JUMPER SETTINGS
Feature
Default
Other Options
JP2 (factory configured)
Left two pins jumpered
—
JP3 (factory configured)
Left two pins jumpered
—
JP4 (factory configured)
Left two pins jumpered
—
JP5 (factory configured)
Bottom two pins jumpered
—
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