Emerson Liebert GXT-MT Specifications

Liebert GXT MT+
Table of Contents
1. Important Safety Warning………………………………………………
1-1. Transportation
1-2. Preparation
1-3. Installation
1-4. Operation
1-5. Maintenance, service and faults
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2. Installation and setup……………………………………………………
2-1. Rear view
2-2. Setup the UPS
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3. Operations Instruction………………………………………………….
3-1. Button operation
3-2. LCD Panel
3-3. Audible Alarm
3-4. LCD display wordings index
3-5. UPS Setting
3-6. Operating Mode Description
3-7. Faults Reference Code
3-8. Warning indicator
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4. Troubleshooting…………………………………………………………...
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5. Storage and Maintenance……………………………………………….
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6. Specifications………………………………………………………………
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1. Important Safety Warning
Please comply with all warnings and operating instructions in this manual strictly. Save this manual
properly and read carefully the following instructions before installing the unit. Do not operate this
unit before reading through all safety information and operating instructions carefully
1-1. Transportation
z Please transport the UPS system only in the original package to protect against shock and
impact.
1-2. Preparation
z Condensation may occur if the UPS system is moved directly from cold to warm
environment. The UPS system must be absolutely dry before being installed. Please allow
at least two hours for the UPS system to acclimate the environment.
z Do not install the UPS system near water or in moist environments.
z Do not install the UPS system where it would be exposed to direct sunlight or near heater.
z Do not block ventilation holes in the UPS housing.
1-3. Installation
z Do not connect appliances or devices which would overload the UPS system (e.g. laser
printers) to the UPS output sockets.
z Place cables in such a way that no one can step on or trip over them.
z Do not connect domestic appliances such as hair dryers to UPS output sockets.
z The UPS can be operated by any individuals with no previous experience.
z Connect the UPS system only to an earthed shockproof outlet which must be easily
accessible and close to the UPS system.
z Please use only VDE-tested, CE-marked mains cable (e.g. the mains cable of your
computer) to connect the UPS system to the building wiring outlet (shockproof outlet).
z Please use only VDE-tested, CE-marked power cables to connect the loads to the UPS
system.
z When installing the equipment, it should ensure that the sum of the leakage current of the
UPS and the connected devices does not exceed 3.5mA.
1-4. Operation
z Do not disconnect the mains cable on the UPS system or the building wiring outlet
(shockproof socket outlet) during operations since this would cancel the protective
earthing of the UPS system and of all connected loads.
z The UPS system features its own, internal current source (batteries). The UPS output
sockets or output terminals block may be electrically live even if the UPS system is not
connected to the building wiring outlet.
z In order to fully disconnect the UPS system, first press the OFF/Enter button to disconnect
the mains.
z Prevent no fluids or other foreign objects from inside of the UPS system.
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1-5. Maintenance, service and faults
z The UPS system operates with hazardous voltages. Repairs may be carried out only by
qualified maintenance personnel.
z Caution - risk of electric shock. Even after the unit is disconnected from the mains
(building wiring outlet), components inside the UPS system are still connected to the
battery and electrically live and dangerous.
z Before carrying out any kind of service and/or maintenance, disconnect the batteries and
verify that no current is present and no hazardous voltage exists in the terminals of high
capability capacitor such as BUS-capacitors.
z Only persons are adequately familiar with batteries and with the required precautionary
measures may replace batteries and supervise operations. Unauthorized persons must be
kept well away from the batteries.
z Caution - risk of electric shock. The battery circuit is not isolated from the input voltage.
Hazardous voltages may occur between the battery terminals and the ground. Before
touching, please verify that no voltage is present!
z Batteries may cause electric shock and have a high short-circuit current. Please take the
precautionary measures specified below and any other measures necessary when working
with batteries:
᧩remove wristwatches, rings and other metal objects
᧩use only tools with insulated grips and handles.
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When changing batteries, install the same number and same type of batteries.
Do not attempt to dispose of batteries by burning them. This could cause battery
explosion.
Do not open or destroy batteries. Escaping electrolyte can cause injury to the skin and eyes.
It may be toxic.
Please replace the fuse only with the same type and amperage in order to avoid fire
hazards.
Do not dismantle the UPS system.
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2. Installation and Setup
NOTE: Before installation, please inspect the unit. Be sure that nothing inside the package is
damaged. Please keep the original package in a safe place for future use.
NOTE: There are two different types of online UPS: standard and long-run models. Please refer to the
following model table.
Model
1000
2000
3000
Type
Model
1000L
2000L
3000L
Standard
Type
Long-run
2-1. Rear View
1000(L) TOWER
2000(L) TOWER
3000(L) TOWER
1. Programmable outlets: connect to non-critical 7. USB communication port
loads.
8. RS-232 communication port
2. Output receptacles: connect to mission-
9. SNMP intelligent slot
critical loads.
3. AC input
10. External battery connection (only available
for L model)
4. Input circuit breaker
11. Output terminal
5. Network/Fax/Modem surge protection
12. Output circuit breaker
6. Emergency power off function connector
(EPO)
2-2. Setup the UPS
Step 1: UPS input connection
Plug the UPS into a two-pole, three-wire, grounded receptacle only. Avoid using extension cords.
Use the input power cord from your server or protected equipment. Use the supplied output cable
to connect between UPS and your server.
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Step 2: UPS output connection
There two kinds of outputs: programmable outlets and general outlets. Please connect non-critical
devices to the programmable outlets and critical devices to the general outlets. During power failure,
you may extend the backup time to critical devices by setting shorter backup time for non-critical
devices.
Step 3: Communication connection
Communication port:
USB port
RS-232 port
Intelligent slot
To allow for unattended UPS shutdown/start-up and status monitoring, connect the communication
cable one end to the USB/RS-232 port and the other to the communication port of your PC. With the
monitoring software installed, you can schedule UPS shutdown/start-up and monitor UPS status
through PC.
The UPS is equipped with intelligent slot perfect for either SNMP or AS400 card. When installing
either SNMP or AS400 card in the UPS, it will provide advanced communication and monitoring
options.
PS. USB port and RS-232 port can’t work at the same time.
Step 4: Network connection
Network/Fax/Phone surge port
Connect a single modem/phone/fax line into surge-protected “IN” outlet on the back panel of the
UPS unit. Connect from “OUT” outlet to the equipment with another modem/fax/phone line cable.
Step 5: Disable and enable EPO function
Keep the pin 1 and pin 2 closed for UPS normal operation. To activate EPO function, cut the wire
between pin 1 and pin 2.
It’s in closed status for UPS
normal operation.
Step 6: Turn on the UPS
Press the ON/Mute button on the front panel for two seconds to power on the UPS.
Note: The battery charges fully during the first five hours of normal operation. Do not expect full
battery run capability during this initial charge period.
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Step 7: Install software
For optimal computer system protection, install UPS monitoring software to fully configure UPS
shutdown. You may insert provided CD into CD-ROM to install the monitoring software. If not,
please follow steps below to download and install monitoring software from the internet:
1. Go to the website http://www.power-software-download.com
2. Click ViewPower software icon and then choose your required OS to download the software.
3. Follow the on-screen instructions to install the software.
4. When your computer restarts, the monitoring software will appear as an orange plug icon located
in the system tray, near the clock.
Step 8: External battery connection (for long-run models only)
Follow the right chart to make external battery
connection.
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3. Operating Instruction
3-1. Button operation
Button View
Button
Function
¾ Turn on the UPS: Press and hold ON/MUTE button for at least 2 seconds
to turn on the UPS.
¾ Mute the alarm: When the UPS is on battery mode, press and hold this
button for at least 5 seconds to disable or enable the alarm system. But
it’s not applied to the situations when warnings or errors occur.
ON/MUTE Button
¾ Up key: Press this button to display previous selection in UPS setting
mode.
¾ Switch to UPS self-test mode: Press ON/MUTE buttons simultaneously for
5 seconds to enter UPS self-testing while in AC mode, ECO mode, or
converter mode.
¾ Turn off the UPS: Press and hold this button at least 2 seconds to turn off
the UPS in battery mode. UPS will be in standby mode under power
normal or transfer to Bypass mode if the Bypass enable setting by
OFF/ENTER Button
pressing this button.
¾ Confirm selection key: Press this button to confirm selection in UPS
setting mode.
¾ Switch LCD message: Press this button to change the LCD message for
input voltage, input frequency, battery voltage, output voltage and
output frequency. It will return back to default display when pausing for
10 seconds.
SELECT Button
¾ Setting mode: Press and hold this button for 5 seconds to enter UPS
setting mode when UPS is in standby mode or bypass mode.
¾ Down key: Press this button to display next selection in UPS setting
mode.
¾ Switch to bypass mode: When the main power is normal, press ON/MUTE
ON/MUTE +
and SELECT buttons simultaneously for 5 seconds. Then UPS will enter to
SELECT Button
bypass mode. This action will be ineffective when the input voltage is out
of acceptable range.
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3-2. LCD Display
Display
Function
Backup time setting and information
Indicates the backup time in pie chart.
Indicates the backup time in numbers.
H: hours, M: minute, S: second
Setting operation
Indicates the setting operation.
Fault & warning information
Indicates that the warning situation occurs.
Indicates the warning and fault codes, and the codes are listed in
details in 3-5 section.
Mute operation
Indicates that the UPS alarm is disabled.
UPS information
Indicates the input and output voltage, frequency, battery voltage,
load information, and internal temperature.
Vac: input/output voltage, Vdc: battery voltage, Hz: frequency, %: load level,
°C/°F: temperature,
Load information
Indicates the load level by 0-25%, 26-50%, 51-75%, and 76-100%.
Indicates overload.
Indicates the load or the UPS output is short circuit.
Programmable outlets information
Indicates that programmable management outlets are working.
Mode operation information
Indicates the UPS is in online mode.
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Indicates the UPS is in battery mode.
Indicates the UPS is bypass mode.
Indicates the UPS is in ECO mode.
Indicates the UPS is in converter mode.
Indicates the UPS is charging battery.
Battery information
Indicates the Battery capacity by 0-25%, 26-50%, 51-75%, and
76-100%.
Indicates the battery is fault.
Indicates low battery level and low battery voltage.
3-3. Audible Alarm
Battery Mode
Sounding every 4 seconds
Low Battery
Sounding every second
Overload
Sounding twice every second
Fault
Continuously sounding
Bypass Mode
Sounding every 10 seconds
3-4. LCD display wordings index
LCD Area
Abbreviation
Display content
Meaning
ENA
Enable
DIS
Disable
ESC
Escape
B.L
Low battery
O.L
Overload
N.C
Battery is not connected
O.C
Overcharge
S.F
Site fault
C.H
Charger
E.P
EPO
F.A
Fan
B.V
Bypass voltage range
T.P
Temperature
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3-5. UPS Setting
Parameter 1
Parameter 2
There are two parameters to set up the
UPS.
Parameter 1: It’s for program
alternatives. There are 8 programs to set
up. Refer to below table.
Parameter 2 is the setting option or value
for each program.
z 01: Output voltage setting
Interface
Setting
Parameter 2: Output voltage setting
You may choose the following output voltage in parameter
2:
208: presents output voltage is 208Vac
220: presents output voltage is 220Vac
230: presents output voltage is 230Vac
240: presents output voltage is 240Vac
z 02: Frequency Converter enable/disable
Interface
Setting
Parameter 2: Enable or disable converter mode. You may
choose the following two options:
CF ENA: converter mode enable
CF DIS: converter mode disable
z 03: Output frequency setting
Interface
Setting
Parameter 2: Output frequency setting.
You may set the initial frequency on battery mode:
BAT 50: presents output frequency is 50Hz
BAT 60: presents output frequency is 60Hz
If converter mode is enabled, you may choose the following
output frequency:
CF 50: presents output frequency is 50Hz
CF 60: presents output frequency is 60Hz
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z 04: ECO enable/disable
Interface
Setting
Parameter 2: Enable or disable ECO function. You may
choose the following two options:
ENA: ECO mode enable
DIS: ECO mode disable
z 05: Bypass enable/disable when UPS is off
Interface
Setting
Parameter 2: Enable or disable Bypass function when UPS is
off. You may choose the following two options:
ENA: Bypass enable
DIS: Bypass disable
z 06: Programmable outlets enable/disable
Interface
Setting
Parameter 3: Enable or disable programmable outlets.
ENA: Programmable outlets enable
DIS: Programmable outlets disable
z 07: Programmable outlets setting
Interface
Setting
Parameter 3: Set up backup time limits for programmable
outlets.
0-999: setting the backup time limits in minutes from 0-999
for programmable outlets which connect to non-critical
devices on battery mode.
z 00: Exit setting
Interface
Setting
ESC: Exit the setting menu.
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3-6. Operating Mode Description
Operating
Description
mode
Switch on
When pressing “ON/MUTE” button, if battery
voltage is within acceptable range, “ON” will
flash until the UPS is turned on.
Online mode
When the input voltage is within acceptable
range, UPS will provide pure and stable AC power
to output. The UPS will also charge the battery at
online mode.
ECO mode
Energy saving mode:
When the input voltage is within voltage
regulation range, UPS will bypass voltage to
output for energy saving.
Frequency
Converter mode
When input frequency is within 40 Hz to 70 Hz,
the UPS can be set at a constant output
frequency, 50 Hz or 60 Hz. The UPS will still
charge battery under this mode.
Battery mode
When the input voltage is beyond the acceptable
range or power failure and alarm is sounding
every 4 second, UPS will backup power from
battery.
Bypass mode
When input voltage is within acceptable range
but UPS is overload, UPS will enter bypass mode
or bypass mode can be set by front panel. Alarm
is sounding every 10 second.
Standby mode
UPS is powered off without output power, but
the battery still can be charged.
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LCD display
Fault mode
The UPS is in fault mode when no output power
is supplied from the UPS and the fault icon
flashes on the LCD display, although the
information of UPS can be displayed in the
screen.
3-7. Faults Reference Code
Fault event
Fault code
Bus start fail
01
Bus over
02
Bus under
03
Bus unbalance
04
Inverter soft start fail
11
Inverter voltage high
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Icon
x
x
x
x
x
x
Fault event
Inverter voltage Low
Inverter output short
Battery voltage too high
Battery voltage too low
Over temperature
Over load
Fault code
13
14
27
28
41
43
Icon
x
x
3-8. Warning indicator
Warning
Indicator
Word
Icon (flashing)
Alarm
Low battery
B.L
Sounding every second
Overload
O.L
Sounding twice every second
Battery is not connected
N.C
Sounding every second
Overcharge
O.C
Sounding every second
Site wiring fault
S.F
Sounding every second
EPO enable
E.P
Sounding every second
Fan failure
F.A
Sounding every second
Over temperature
T.P
Sounding every second
Charger failure
C.H
Sounding every second
Out of bypass voltage range
B.V
Sounding every second
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4. Troubleshooting
If the UPS system does not operate correctly, please solve the problem by using the table below.
Symptom
Possible cause
Remedy
No indication and alarm even
The AC input power is not Check if input power cord
though the mains is normal.
connected well.
firmly connected to the
mains.
The AC input is connected to Plug AC input power cord to
the UPS output.
AC input correctly.
The icon
and the warning code
EPO function is activated.
Set the circuit in closed
position to disable EPO
function.
Line and neutral conductors
of UPS input are reversed.
Rotate mains power socket
by 180° and then connect to
UPS system.
The external or internal
battery is incorrectly
connected.
Check if all batteries are
connected well.
flashing on LCD display and
alarm is sounding every second.
The icon
and
flashing on
LCD display and alarm is sounding
every second.
The icon
and
flashing on
LCD display and alarm is sounding
every second.
Fault code is shown as 27 and the
icon
is lighting on LCD
display and alarm is continuously
sounding.
Fault code is shown as 28 and the
icon
is lighting on LCD
display and alarm is continuously
sounding.
The icon
and
is
flashing on LCD display and alarm is
sounding twice every second.
Fault code is shown as 43 and The
icon
is lighting on LCD
display and alarm is continuously
sounding.
Battery voltage is too high Contact your dealer.
or the charger is fault.
Battery voltage is too low or Contact your dealer.
the charger is fault.
UPS is overload
UPS is overloaded. Devices
connected to the UPS are
fed directly by the electrical
network via the Bypass.
After repetitive overloads,
the UPS is locked in the
Bypass mode. Connected
devices are fed directly by
the mains.
The UPS shut down
automatically because of
overload at the UPS output.
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Remove excess loads from
UPS output.
Remove excess loads from
UPS output.
Remove excess loads from
UPS output first. Then shut
down the UPS and restart it.
Remove excess loads from
UPS output and restart it.
Fault code is shown as 14 and the
icon
is lighting on LCD
display and alarm is continuously
sounding.
Fault code is shown as 1, 2, 3, 4, 11,
12, 13 and 41 on LCD display and
alarm is continuously sounding.
Battery backup time is shorter than
nominal value
The UPS shut down
automatically because short
circuit occurs on the UPS
output.
A UPS internal fault has
occurred. There are two
possible results:
1. The load is still supplied,
but directly from AC power
via bypass.
2. The load is no longer
supplied by power.
Batteries are not fully
charged
Batteries defect
The icon
and the warning code
flashing on LCD display and
alarm is sounding every second.
Fan is locked or not working
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Check output wiring and if
connected devices are in
short circuit status.
Contact your dealer
Charge the batteries for at
least 5 hours and then check
capacity. If the problem still
persists, consult your dealer.
Contact your dealer to
replace the battery.
Check fans and notify
dealer!!
5. Storage and Maintenance
5-1. Operation
The UPS system contains no user-serviceable parts. If the battery service life (3~5 years at 25°C
ambient temperature) has been exceeded, the batteries must be replaced. In this case, please
contact your dealer.
Be sure to deliver the spent battery to a recycling facility or ship it to your
dealer in the replacement battery packing material.
Storage
Before storing, charge the UPS 5 hours. Store the UPS covered and upright in a cool, dry
location. During storage, recharge the battery in accordance with the following table:
Storage Temperature
Recharge Frequency
Charging Duration
-25°C - 40°C
Every 3 months
1-2 hours
40°C - 45°C
Every 2 months
1-2 hours
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6. Specifications
CAPACITY*
INPUT
Low Line Transfer
Voltage
Range
Low Line Comeback
High Line Transfer
High Line Comeback
Frequency Range
Phase
Power Factor
OUTPUT
Output voltage
AC Voltage Regulation
Frequency Range
Frequency Range (Batt. Mode)
Overload
Current Crest Ratio
Harmonic Distortion
Transfer AC Mode to Batt. Mode
Time
Inverter to Bypass
Waveform (Batt. Mode)
EFFICIENCY
AC Mode
Battery Mode
BATTERY
Battery Type
Numbers
Standard
Recharge Time
Model
Charging Current
Charging Voltage
Numbers
Long-run
Charging Current
Model
Charging Voltage
PHYSICAL
Tower
Dimension, D X W X H
Case
Net Weight (kgs)
ENVIRONMENT
Operation Humidity
Noise Level
MANAGEMENT
Smart RS-232 or USB
Optional SNMP
1000 VA / 800 W
2000 VA / 1600 W
3000 VA / 2400 W
160 VAC / 140 VAC / 120 VAC / 110 VAC ± 5 %
( based on load percentage 100% - 80 % / 80 % - 70 % / 70 - 60 % / 60 % - 0)
175 VAC ± 5 %
300 VAC ± 5 %
290 VAC ± 5 %
40Hz ~ 70 Hz
Single phase with ground
0.99 @ 220-230 VAC (input voltage)
208/220/230/240VAC
± 3% (Batt. Mode)
47 ~ 53 Hz or 57 ~ 63 Hz (Synchronized Range)
50 Hz ± 0.25 Hz
100%~110%: audible warning
110%-130%: UPS shuts down in 30 seconds at battery mode or transfers to bypass
mode when the utility is normal.
>130%: UPS shuts down immediately at battery mode or transfer to bypass mode
when the utility is normal.
3:1
3 % THD (Linear Load)
4 % THD (Linear Load)
6 % THD (Non-linear Load)
7 % THD (Non-linear Load)
Zero
4 ms (Typical)
Pure Sinewave
~ 85%
~ 88%
~ 83%
12 V / 7 AH
12 V / 7 AH
12 V / 9 AH
3
6
6
4 hours recover to 90% capacity (Typical)
1.0 A(max.)
41.0 VDC ± 1%
82.1 VDC ±1%
3
8
4.0 A or 8.0 A(max.)
41.0 VDC ± 1%
82.1 VDC ±1%
397 X 145 X 220 (mm)
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7
26
421 X 190 X 318 (mm)
13
28
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20-90 % RH @ 0- 40°C (non-condensing)
Less than 45dBA @ 1 Meter
Supports Windows® 98/2000/2003/XP/Vista/2008, Windows® 7, Linux, and MAC
Power management from SNMP manager and web browser
* Derate capacity to 60% of capacity in Frequency converter mode and to 80% when the output voltage is adjusted to 208VAC
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Runtime Chart:
Model
Load Level
25%
50%
75%
100%
1000
30
15
8
5
2000
24
18
10
6
3000
31
13
8
5
NOTE: All run times are in minutes, assume fully charged batteries and are typical at 77°F (22°C).
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