User Manual
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Table of Contents
1
Safety
1.1 Description of symbols used in this manual
1.2 User precautions
2
General Description
2.1 Reliability and Quality Standards
2.2 PowerWave 3000T Model Range
2.3 Advanced Design Features
2.3.1 Input booster technology
2.3.2 Flexible battery management
2.4 Warranty
2.5 Extended Warranty
2.6 Additional Service/Maintenance Support
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Installation
3.1 Introduction
3.1.1 Receipt of the UPS
3.1.2 Site transportation
3.1.3 Unpacking the UPS
3.1.4 Batteries
3.1.5 Storage
3.2 Planning the installation
3.3 UPS Power Cabling (preparation and planning)
3.3.1 External supply fuse and cable rating
3.3.2 Connecting an external battery cabinet
3.3.3 Input neutral grounding
3.4 Connecting the UPS power cables
3.4.1 Safety notes
3.4.2 Preliminary checks
3.4.3 Connecting the input supply
3.4.4 Connecting the UPS output cables
3.4.5 Final checks
3.5 Battery connections
3.5.1 External battery cabinets
3.6 Module interface facilities
3.6.1 JD1 Smart Port – serial RS 232 port
3.6.2 X1-21 Dry Port (volt-free contacts)
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Operation
4.1 Commissioning
4.2 Control Panel
4.2.1 Power Management Display (PMD)
4.2.2 Mimic LED indicators
4.2.3 Operator keys
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4.3 Description of the LCD display
4.3.1 Status screens
4.3.2 Main menu screen
4.3.3 Event log menu screen
4.3.4 Measurements menu screen
4.3.5 Commands menu screen
4.3.6 UPS Data menu screen
4.3.7 Set-up User menu screen
4.3.8 Set-Up Service menu screen
4.4 Operating Modes
4.4.1 On-Line (Inverter) mode
4.4.2 Bypass (Off-line or ECO) mode
4.4.3 Maintenance Bypass Mode
4.5 Operating Instructions
4.5.1 Transfer to Maintenance Bypass Mode
4.5.2 Starting the UPS system from the Maintenance Bypass mode
4.5.3 Complete system shutdown
5
Maintenance
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
6
Introduction
System calibration
User responsibilities
Routine maintenance
Battery Testing
Battery Maintenance
Battery Disposal and Recycling
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Troubleshooting
6.1 Alarms
6.2 Menu, Commands, Event Log, Measurements,
6.2.1 Event log screen
6.2.2 Fault identification and rectification messages and alarms
6.3 Contacting Service
7
Introduction
Remote Emergency Stop facilities
Generator ON facilities
Remote Signalling Panel
7.4.1 Remote Singalling Panel connections
7.5 WAVEMON Shutdown and Management Software
7.5.1 Why is UPS Management important?
7.5.2 WAVEMON Shutdown and Monitoring Software
7.6 SNMP CARD/ADAPTOR For Network Management/Remote Monitoring
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Specifications
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6
8.7
II
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Options
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
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General Data
Rectifier Data
Battery Data
Inverter Data
Communication Options
Mechanical
Fuses & Cables Quick Reference
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1.1
Safety
Description of symbols used in this manual
WARNING: The warning symbol is used where there is danger of an electrical shock,
equipment damage or personal-injury.
CAUTION: The caution symbol is used to highlight important information to avoid possible
equipment malfunction or damage.
1.2
User precautions
WARNING: Keep this manual with the UPS for future reference.
WARNING: The UPS and peripheral equipment must be installed and commissioned by
suitably qualified and trained personnel who are aware of the potential shock hazards.
WARNING: Do not attempt to install this UPS system until you are satisfied that ALL the safety
instructions and hazard warnings contained in this manual are read and fully understood.
WARNING: High leakage current!
Ensure that the UPS has been correctly earthed before you connect the mains power supply!
WARNING: This UPS must not be started-up or put into use without having first been
commissioned by a fully trained engineer authorised by the manufacturer.
WARNING: All servicing must be performed by an authorised electrician or other suitably
qualified personnel. Do not attempt to service the UPS yourself.
You run risk of exposure to dangerous voltages by opening or removing the UPS-covers!
Uninterruptible Power Supplies Ltd will assume no responsibility nor liability due to incorrect
operation or manipulation of the UPS.
WARNING: The PowerWave 3000T is a Class A UPS product (according to EN 620402:2006). In a domestic environment the UPS may cause radio interference. In such an
environment the user may be required to undertake additional measures.
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General Description
Reliability and Quality Standards
Congratulations on your purchase of the PowerWave 3000T UPS.
The PowerWave 3000T UPS represents a new generation of mid-range, single and three phase input / single
phase output UPS-Systems, incorporating the latest technological developments in power engineering. High
reliability, low operating costs and excellent electrical performance are only some of the highlights of this
innovative UPS solution.
Uninterruptible Power Supplies Ltd. specialises in the design, building, installation and maintenance of
Uninterruptible Power Systems. This compact and powerful UPS is just one example of our wide range of
state-of-the-art power protection devices and will provide your critical equipment with a steady and reliable
power supply for many years.
The criteria and methods which are used in the design, manufacture, and maintenance of Uninterruptible
Power Supply systems are certified to International Standard ISO 9001/EN 29001 and ISO 14001. A full UPS
Specification is given in Chapter 8 of this manual.
2.2
PowerWave 3000T Model Range
The PowerWave 3000T UPS model range provides a stand-alone UPS system offering a 7.5kVA, 10kVA,
12kVA, 15kVA and 20kVA single-phase output supply rating. The 7.5kVA and 10kVA models are available
with either a single-phase or three-phase input; the 12kVA is available with single-phase input only and the
15kVA and 20kVA models are available with three-phase inputs only.
Cabinet A
Cabinet B
Cabinet C
7.5kVA, 10kVA, 12kVA
(WxDxH = 340 x 800 x 820)
10kVA, 15kVA, 20kVA
(WxDxH = 450 x 860 x 1250)
10kVA, 15kVA, 20kVA
(WxDxH = 550 x 890 x 1650)
Figure 2.1 PowerWave 3000T Cabinet details
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2.3
Advanced Design Features
2.3.1 Input booster technology
The UPS module’s inbuilt advanced booster technology results in a perfect sinusoidal input power quality at
0.99 input power factor with a harmonic content of typically less than 7-9% THD(i) for the single-phase input
machines and <25% for the 3-phase input models. This leads to a more reliable overall system operation and
provides savings in generator and transformer sizing by minimising winding losses. It also means that
traditional harmonic filters are no longer required.
The high power factor presented by the UPS on the incoming mains supply also minimises cabling and fusing
costs due to the resulting lack of reactive power consumption. This, together with the accompanying low
harmonic currents, provide the following benefits:
•
•
•
•
•
•
No additional losses in wires and cables.
No extra heating of transformers and generators.
No over sizing of generators.
No false circuit breaker tripping and malfunction.
No erratic operation of computers, telecommunication, monitors, electronic test equipment etc.
No resonance with power factor correction capacitors.
2.3.2 Flexible battery management
This equipment employs a flexible battery management which avoids premature deterioration of battery life
by advanced management of battery charging and preventive failure diagnostics.
The major benefits are:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
2.4
AC-ripple free battery charging due to a dc-dc charger separated from the rectifier and inverter.
Wide range of number of battery blocks (30-50 blocks of 12V; depending on autonomy times).
UPS's wide input voltage operating window extends the battery life due to fewer discharge cycles.
Battery discharge protection caused by load jumps.
Proactive battery protection from false manipulations and inadequate charging voltages.
Proactive battery failure detection thanks to Advanced Battery Diagnosis (ABD) - Algorithm.
User selectable battery tests.
Warranty
The PowerWave 3000T UPS is supplied with a limited warranty that the UPS and its component parts are
free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one year from the date of original
commissioning or fifteen months from the date of original delivery, whichever is the sooner. This warranty is
the only warranty given and no other warranty, express or implied, is provided.
This warranty is invalidated if the UPS is put into use without having been commissioned by a fully trained
and authorised person. This warranty does not apply to any losses or damages caused by misuse, abuse,
negligence, neglect, unauthorised repair or modification, incorrect installation, inappropriate environment,
accident, act of God or inappropriate application.
If the UPS fails to conform to the above within the warranty period then Uninterruptible Power Supplies Ltd..
will, at its sole option, repair or replace the UPS. All repaired or replaced parts will remain the property of
Uninterruptible Power Supplies Ltd.
As a general policy, Uninterruptible Power Supplies Ltd. does not recommend the use of any of its products
in life support applications where failure or malfunction of the product can be reasonably expected to cause
failure of the life support device or to significantly affect it’s safety or effectiveness. Uninterruptible Power
Supplies Ltd. does not recommend the use of any of its products in direct patient care. Uninterruptible Power
Supplies Ltd. will not knowingly sell its products for use in such applications unless it receives in writing
assurances satisfactory to Uninterruptible Power Supplies Ltd. that the risks of injury or damage have been
minimized, the customer assumes all such risks and the liability of Uninterruptible Power Supplies Ltd. is
adequately protected under the circumstances.
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CAUTION: The UPS may contain batteries which must be re-charged for a minimum of 24
hours every six months to prevent deep-discharging (at 20º). Batteries that have been, for
whatever reason, deep-discharged are not covered by the warranty.
2.5
Extended Warranty
The Standard Warranty may be enhanced by protecting the UPS with an Extended Warranty Agreement
(maintenance contract).
An Extended Warranty Agreement enhances the standard warranty by providing the following:
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•
•
•
Regular preventative maintenance inspections.
Guaranteed speed of response to operational problems.
24 hour telephone support.
Fully comprehensive (excluding batteries and capacitors) cover.
Contact the Service Support Hotline on 0800 731 3269 for further details.
2.6
Additional Service/Maintenance Support
In addition to providing support for the PowerWave 3000T UPS, Uninterruptible Power Supplies Ltd. are able
to provide maintenance and support on a wide range of different UPS products.
If you are interested in an extended warranty for your PowerWave 3000T UPS, or any other UPS you may
have, please complete the enquiry form shown opposite and return or FAX to:
Uninterruptible Power Supplies Ltd..
Bacchus House
Calleva Park
Aldermaston
Berkshire
RG7 8EN
Tel:
Fax:
Email:
0118 981 5151
0800 731 3269
0118 981 5152
service@upspower.co.uk
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Please contact me to discuss:
Extended Warranty options for my PowerWave 3000T UPS
Extended warranty options for my UPS System as below:
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If you need to contact us immediately call free on,
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3.1
Installation
Introduction
This chapter contains all the information necessary to enable you to correctly install the PowerWave 3000T
UPS, including unpacking, storage, positioning and cabling instructions.
WARNING: All the operations described in this chapter must be performed by an authorised
electrician or other suitably qualified personnel.
Uninterruptible Power Supplies Ltd. will take no responsibility for any personal or material
damage caused by incorrect cabling or operations, or activities that are not carried out in strict
accordance with the instructions contained in this manual.
3.1.1 Receipt of the UPS
The UPS equipment, which includes the UPS cabinet, batteries and accessories, are delivered on pallets that
can easily be moved with the aid of a forklift or a pallet jack. Before you accept receipt of the equipment,
ensure that it is complete and matches the description indicated in the delivery note.
CAUTION: When off loading the UPS equipment always keep it in an upright position.
Do not drop the equipment or stack the pallets.
The UPS cabinet is packed in a container that is intended to protect it from mechanical and environmental
damage in transit. This protection is increased further by wrapping and sealing the container in a polythene
sheet.
Upon receiving the UPS equipment carefully examine the packing container(s) for signs of physical damage.
The 'Tip&Tel' (FRAGILE and ARROW) indicators attached to the exterior of the packaging should be intact if
the equipment has been correctly transported in an upright position. If a 'Tip&Tel' indicator is ruptured or its
integrity is suspect, you must inform both the carrier and Uninterruptible Power Supplies Ltd. immediately.
CAUTION: Any visible transportation damages must be notified to the carrier immediately on
receipt and claims for other shipping damage that is discovered when later unpacking the
equipment must be filed immediately when found. All damage claims must be reported to the
carrier within 7 days of receipt of the equipment. If any shipping damage is found you should
store all affected packing materials for further investigation.
WARNING: Do not attempt to install or power-up damaged equipment.
3.1.2 Site transportation
When locally transporting the UPS equipment after it has been off-loaded please observe the following
precautions.
CAUTION: Potential dangers:
– Do not tilt the UPS or Battery Cabinet by more than 10° as it might damage the equipment.
– If the equipment is accidentally tilted do not connect it to the mains electricity supply.
– If dropped, the weight of the UPS and/or battery could cause serious injury to personnel or
damage equipment in the surrounding area. Always handle with care.
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3.1.3 Unpacking the UPS
Note: Do not unpack the equipment if you intend to put it into storage prior to use (see paragraph 3.1.5).
The UPS cabinet is fitted with castors to enable it to be wheeled into position once unpacked. Before you
remove the cabinet from its shipping packaging you should ensure that the floor surface is level and suitable
for wheeling the cabinet into its final position and that it is able to safely support the weight of the UPS
equipment – UPS cabinet plus batteries.
1.
Remove cardboard packing container by carefully cutting through the securing bands then pulling the
container upwards.
2.
Remove the protective polythene cover and any other packing from around the UPS.
3.
Remove the fixings screws that are used to secure the UPS feet to the pallet base, then carefully remove
the UPS from the pallet.
4.
Retain the packaging materials for future shipment of the UPS.
5.
Examine the UPS for signs of damage and notify your carrier or supplier immediately if any damage is
apparent.
Checking the nameplate
Before proceeding further with the installation process, check that the technical specifications on the
nameplate located on the rear of the UPS or behind the front internal door, corresponds to the purchased
material detailed in the goods delivery note.
3.1.4 Batteries
The UPS normally uses sealed, maintenance-free batteries mounted on shelves within the UPS cabinet or,
alternatively housed in an external battery cabinet.
The batteries are usually shipped separately and fitted by a manufacturer-approved engineer when the UPS
is commissioned. Unless the batteries are to be stored (see paragraph 3.1.5), leave them in their packaging
until the UPS is commissioned
WARNING: If the UPS is purchased and supplied without batteries, Uninterruptible Power
Supplies Ltd. will not accept responsibility for any damage or malfunctioning caused to the
UPS by the incorrect supply, storage, installation or connection of batteries by third parties.
3.1.5 Storage
UPS Cabinet storage
If you plan to store the UPS cabinet prior to installation, it should be kept in a clean, dry environment with an
ambient temperature between +5°C to +40°C and relative humidity <90%.
The UPS cabinet should preferably be stored in its original shipping packaging. If it is removed from its
packing container you must take measures to ensure it is protected from dust.
Battery storage
Batteries should be stored in a dry, clean, cool environment and preferably in their original packaging. If the
packaging is removed the batteries must be protected from dust and humidity.
When stored, all batteries will self-discharge at a rate that is greatly determined by the ambient temperature.
Batteries should be fully charged before being put into storage and if stored for a long period they should be
recharged periodically to prevent them from losing their original capacity. As a guide, the batteries should not
be stored in a particular ambient temperature for longer than the periods shown below without being
recharged:
• 6 months at 20°C
• 3 months at 30°C
• 2 months at 35°C
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CAUTION: Sealed batteries must never be stored in a discharged or partially discharged state.
Extreme temperature, under-charge, overcharge or over-discharge will destroy the batteries!
3.2
Planning the installation
A certain amount of pre-planning will help ensure smooth, trouble-free installation. The following guidelines
should be considered when planning a suitable UPS location and environment.
Moving the UPS to is final location
1.
The floor material where the UPS is to be located should be non-flammable and capable of safely
supporting the weight of the UPS module and battery equipment.
2.
The floor on the route between the off-loading point and the proposed installation location must be able
to safely take the weight of the UPS and battery equipment plus any transit handling equipment.
3.
The route between the off-loading point and the installation location must be suitable to allow the
equipment to be transported in an upright position.
Environmental considerations
1.
The UPS location should be subject to a humidity of less than 90% (non-condensing) and temperature
between +15°C to +25°C. An ambient temperature of 20°C is recommended for optimum battery life.
2.
The location should be free from dust or corrosive/explosive gases.
3.
The location should not be subject to vibration.
4.
The UPS cabinet requires space to the bottom, front and back to permit unrestricted cooling air flow. The
air conditioning system must be able to provide a sufficient amount of cooling air to keep the room at, or
below, the maximum permissible operating temperature.
Equipment accessibility
1.
The available cable routing must be planned to enable the cables to be easily accessed when connecting
the UPS (and optional battery cabinet where used) – also see cable preparation and planning in the
paragraphs below.
2.
A space of 200mm is required at the rear of the UPS for ventilation, however cabinets ‘A’ and ‘B’ should
be cabled such the cabinet can be pulled forward to give service access.
3.
A space of 600mm is required at both sides of the UPS cabinet to facilitate service and maintenance. A
space of 900mm should be provided at the front of the cabinet to allow easy passage with the cabinet
door open (See Figure 3.1).
Cabinet Dimensions
Cabinet A
Dimensions (WxDxH) mm
340x800x820
Accessibility for service and maintenance.
Input and Output Power Cabling
Cabinet B
Cabinet C
450x860x1250
550x890x1650
Front + left and right sides
From the bottom rear
From the bottom front
Heat Dissipation
7.5kVA
Heat Dissipation with 100% Non-linear Load (EN 62040-3)
10kVA
12kVA
15kVA
20kVA
W
460
600
650
800
1120
BTU/h
1638
2048
2218
2730
3822
Heat Dissipation with 100% Load (pf=0.8)
W
380
500
550
700
800
Heat Dissipation with 100% Load (pf = 1.0)
W
400
550
600
750
960
m³/h
110
110
110
150
200
Airflow (25°C - 30°C) with 100% Non-linear Load per range
(EN 62040-3)
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Y*
X
Y*
V
X
BATTERY
CABINET
(option)
UPS
Front
Front
Z
Z
Access Space
V
600 mm
X
Y*
Z
600 mm
200 mm
900 mm
*Although the diagram shows 200mm is required at the rear of the cabinet, ‘A’ and ‘B’ cabinets should be
cabled such that the cabinet can be pulled forward to give service access.
Figure 3.1 UPS Space Recommendations
Notes
3.3
1.
The minimum 200mm space shown at the rear of the UPS [Y] is required to allow adequate cooling air flow;
however, the type ‘A’ UPS cabinet is cabled from the rear and the UPS power switches and fuses are located on
the back panel. When installing a type ‘A’ UPS cabinet you should allow sufficient slack in the cabling to pull the
UPS cabinet forward, or otherwise install the UPS with sufficient rear clearance to allow cable and switch access.
2.
The above diagram shows 600mm clearance [V] between the UPS and optional Battery Cabinet. This is
necessary to gain side access to the UPS for service repair.
In the case of a type ‘A’ UPS cabinet, if the cabling is sufficient to allow the cabinet to be pulled forward clear of
the Battery Cabinet (see note 1 above) then it is not necessary to observe clearance [V], and the UPS and Battery
Cabinets can be located immediately adjacent to each other.
UPS Power Cabling (preparation and planning)
It is the customer’s responsibility to provide all external fuses, isolators and cables used to connect the UPS
to its input and output power supplies. The following information should help in the planning and preparation
of the UPS power cabling.
The UPS input supply and bypass supply should be connected to the utility mains through a LV-Distribution
board and protected by a circuit breaker or fuse. This provides overload protection and also a means of
isolating the UPS from the mains supply when required. Similarly, the UPS output supply should be
connected to the load equipment via a suitably fused output distribution panel.
The UPS can be wired with a ‘single input feed’ (standard) whereby the UPS input supply terminals are
internally linked to the UPS bypass supply terminals, or it can be wired with a ‘dual input feed’ where the UPS
bypass circuit is connected to a dedicated ‘bypass’ mains supply (See Figure 3.2).
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Figure 3.2 summarises the UPS input/output cabling requirements and provides information regarding the
external fuse rating and cable sizing.
Key Point: This information is given for guidance only. All fuses, isolators and power cables must
be rated and installed in accordance with the prescribed IEC standards or local regulation – e.g.
BS7671:2008.
Figure 3.3 and Figure 3.4 show the connection details for single and three phase input supply models
respectively, configured for both ‘single input feed’ and ‘dual input feed’. As mentioned above, the UPS is
configured for ‘single input feed’ as standard and if a ‘dual input feed’ configuration is required the
commissioning engineer will remove the links between the input supply and bypass supply terminals and
carry out other configuration changes before turning on the equipment.
3.3.1 External supply fuse and cable rating
SINGLE INPUT FEED (standard)
DUAL INPUT FEED
Mains (3x380/220V,
3x400/230V,
3x415/240V)
Fuse A
Fuse B
Cable A
FA1
FA2
EXTERNAL
BATTERY
CABINET
(option)
FA4
Inverter
Static Switch
Output
Switch
FA2
Rectifier
Inverter
F1
Cable C
FA1
Rectifier
FA4
Fuse C
Cable B
IA2
F1
Maint.
Bypass
IA1
Int. Batts.
EXTERNAL
BATTERY
CABINET
(option)
Static Switch
Output
Switch
IA2
IA1
Int. Batts.
Cable D
Cable D
Load
Load
SINGLE INPUT FEED
Power (kVA)
Maint.
Bypass
DUAL INPUT FEED
Fuse A
Cable A
Cable D
Fuse B
Cable B
Fuse C
Cable C
Cable D
7.5
1 x 40
3 x 6.0
3 x 6.0
1 x 40
3 x 6.0
1 x 40
3 x 6.0
3 x 6.0
10
1 x 63
3 x 10
3 x 10
1 x 63
3 x 10
1 x 63
3 x 10
3 x 10
12
1 x 63
3 x 10
3 x 10
1 x 63
3 x 10
1 x 80
3 x 16
3 x 16
7.5
3 x 40
5 x 6.0
3 x 6.0
3 x 25
5 x 2.5
1 x 40
3 x 6.0
3 x 6.0
10
3 x 63
5 x 10
3 x 10
3 x 25
5 x 2.5
1 x 63
3 x 10
3 x 10
15
3 x 80
5 x 16
3 x 16
3 x 40
5 x 6.0
1 x 80
3 x 16
3 x 16
20
3 x 100
5 x 25
3 x 25
3 x 40
5 x 6.0
1 x 100
3 x 25
3 x 25
Single phase input
3 Phase input
1.
Fuse and Cable recommendations to IEC 60950-1:2001
2.
The fuse and cable rating details in the above tables are a recommendation only.
3.
The UPS must be installed to prescribed IEC or local regulations (e.g. BS7671:2008).
4.
External DC Cables and Battery fuses are bespoke to the installation.
Figure 3.2 PowerWave 3000T External supply cable & fuse rating
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PE
A
A
A
IL1
1N
PE
Input
Fuse
Input and bypass
terminals internally linked
for single input supply
2L1
2N
L1
N
PE
B
B
IL1
1N
PE
Input
Fuse
FA1
Bypass
Fuse
N
PE
B
C
C
C
PE
2L1
2N
PE
Bypass
Fuse
FA2
FA2
Rectifier
Battery
Fuse
FA3
FA3
Inverter
Inverter
Static
Switch
Output
Switch
L1
FA1
Rectifier
Battery
Fuse
BYPASS SUPPLY
Fuse C
N
Fuse A
L1
INPUT MAINS SUPPLY
Fuse B
INPUT MAINS SUPPLY
Static
Switch
Maint.
Bypass
Switch
IA2
Output
Switch
IA1
Maint.
Bypass
Switch
IA2
3L1
3N
PE
3L1
3N
PE
D
D
D
D
D
D
OUTPUT SUPPLY
IA1
OUTPUT SUPPLY
SINGLE INPUT FEED
DUAL INPUT FEED
Power (kVA)
Fuse A
Cable A
Cable D
Fuse B
Cable B
Fuse C
Cable C
Cable D
7.5
1 x 40
3 x 6.0
3 x 6.0
1 x 40
3 x 6.0
1 x 40
3 x 6.0
3 x 6.0
10
1 x 63
3 x 10
3 x 10
1 x 63
3 x 10
1 x 63
3 x 10
3 x 10
12
1 x 63
3 x 10
3 x 10
1 x 63
3 x 10
1 x 80
3 x 16
3 x 16
1.
Fuse and Cable recommendations to IEC 60950-1:2001
2.
The fuse and cable rating details in the above tables are a recommendation only.
3.
The UPS must be installed to prescribed IEC or local regulations (e.g. BS7671:2008).
4.
External DC Cables and Battery fuses are bespoke to the installation.
Figure 3.3 Single phase input wiring details
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INPUT MAINS SUPPLY
INPUT MAINS SUPPLY
L2
L3
N
PE
A
A
A
A
A
IL1
IL2
IL3
1N
PE
L1
L2
L3
N
PE
L1
N
PE
B
B
B
B
B
C
C
C
IL1
IL2
IL3
1N
PE
2L1
2N
PE
Input
Fuse
Input and bypass terminals internally linked for single input supply
2L1
2N
PE
Fuse C
Fuse A
Fuse B
L1
BYPASS SUPPLY
Input
Fuse
FA1
Bypass
Fuse
FA2
Rectifier
Battery
Fuse
FA3
FA3
Inverter
Inverter
Static Switch
Output
Switch
Bypass
Fuse
FA2
Rectifier
Battery
Fuse
FA1
Static Switch
Maint.
Bypass
Switch
IA2
Output
Switch
IA1
Maint.
Bypass
Switch
IA2
3L1
3N
PE
3L1
3N
PE
D
D
D
D
D
D
OUTPUT SUPPLY
IA1
OUTPUT SUPPLY
SINGLE INPUT FEED
DUAL INPUT FEED
Power (kVA)
Fuse A
Cable A
Cable D
Fuse B
Cable B
Fuse C
Cable C
Cable D
7.5
3 x 40
5 x 6.0
3 x 6.0
3 x 25
5 x 2.5
1 x 40
3 x 6.0
3 x 6.0
10
3 x 63
5 x 10
3 x 10
3 x 25
5 x 2.5
1 x 63
3 x 10
3 x 10
15
3 x 80
5 x 16
3 x 16
3 x 40
5 x 6.0
1 x 80
3 x 16
3 x 16
20
3 x 100
5 x 25
3 x 25
3 x 40
5 x 6.0
1 x 100
3 x 25
3 x 25
1.
Fuse and Cable recommendations to IEC 60950-1:2001
2.
The fuse and cable rating details in the above tables are a recommendation only.
3.
The UPS must be installed to prescribed IEC or local regulations (e.g. BS7671:2008).
4.
External DC Cables and Battery fuses are bespoke to the installation.
Figure 3.4 Three phase input wiring details
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Customer Interface Connections
JD1 – Smart Port RS232 (Sub-D9P/F).
X1-X21 – Dry Port volt-free contacts on terminal block.
SNMP
JD1
X1-X21
IA1 IA2
FA2
FA1
FA3
Power Switches & Fuses
IA1 – Maintenance Bypass Switch
IA2 – Output Switch
FA2 – Bypass Supply Line Fuse
FA1 – Input Supply line Fuse
FA3 – Battery Fuse
Cabinet Rear View
FA1
FA2
FA3
7.5 kVA
50A (14x51)
Ultrafast
50A (14x51)
GL/GC
32A (10x38)
Ultrafast
10 kVA
50A (14x51)
Ultrafast
50A (14x51)
GL/GC
32A (10x38)
Ultrafast
12 kVA
50A (14x51)
Ultrafast
50A (14x51)
GL/GC
32A (10x38)
Ultrafast
PE
1L1
** The UPS internal battery is normally
connected to the battery isolator switch (FA3).
If an external battery cabinet option is used,
the internal batteries are disconnected and
the external battery cabinet is connected to
the terminals shown in this diagram
(See Figure 3.9).
1N
* In a ‘single feed’ (standard) installation
terminals 2L1 and 1L1 are linked by cables
fitted to the UPS side of the terminal blocks.
Terminals 2N and 1N are similarly linked.
When using a ‘dual feed’ supply these links
should be removed and the bypass supply
cable connected as shown in this diagram.
2N
2L1
PE
PE
3N
3L1
Input/Output Power Connections
+ N–
Output
to Load
Bypass
Supply
(*dual feed
only)
Mains
Supply
External Battery
(**option)
Figure 3.5 Cabinet A fuse and connection details (rear view) – single phase input
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X1-X21
Customer Interface Connections
JD1 – Smart Port RS232 (Sub-D9P/F).
X1-X21 – Dry Port volt-free contacts on terminal block.
JD1
SNMP
IA1 IA2
FA2
FA1
FA3
Cabinet Front View
Power Switches & Fuses
IA1 – Maintenance Bypass Switch
IA2 – Output Switch
FA2 – Bypass Supply Line Fuse
FA1 – Input Supply line Fuse
FA3 – Battery Fuse
FA1
FA2
FA3
7.5 kVA
50A (14x51)
Ultrafast
50A (14x51)
GL/GC
32A (10x38)
Ultrafast
10 kVA
50A (14x51)
Ultrafast
50A (14x51)
GL/GC
32A (10x38)
Ultrafast
12 kVA
50A (14x51)
Ultrafast
50A (14x51)
GL/GC
32A (10x38)
Ultrafast
Locking feet
1N
** The UPS internal battery is normally connected to
the battery isolator switch (FA3). If an external battery
cabinet option is used, the internal batteries are
disconnected and the external battery cabinet is
connected to the terminals shown in this diagram
(See Figure 3.9).
PE
1L1
* In a ‘single feed’ (standard) installation terminals 2L1
and 1L1 are linked by cables fitted to the UPS side of
the terminal blocks.
Terminals 2N and 1N are similarly linked.
When using a ‘dual feed’ supply these links should be
removed and the bypass supply cable connected as
shown in this diagram.
2N
2L1
PE
PE
3N
3L1
Input/Output Power Connections
+ N–
Output
to Load
Bypass
Supply
(*dual feed
only)
Mains
Supply
External Battery
(**option)
Figure 3.6 Cabinet B & C fuse and connection details (front view) – single phase input
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JD1 – Smart Port RS232 (Sub-D9P/F).
X1-X21 – Dry Port volt-free contacts on terminal block.
SNMP
JD1
X1-X21
IA1 IA2
FA2
FA1
FA3
Power Switches & Fuses
IA1 – Maintenance Bypass Switch
IA2 – Output Switch
FA2 – Bypass Supply Line Fuse
FA1 – Input Supply line Fuse
FA3 – Battery Fuse
Cabinet Rear View
FA1
FA2
FA3
7.5 kVA
32A (10x38)
Ultrafast
50A (14x51)
GL/GC
32A (10x38)
Ultrafast
10 kVA
32A (10x38)
Ultrafast
50A (14x51)
GL/GC
32A (10x38)
Ultrafast
15 kVA
50A (14x51)
Ultrafast
80A (22x58)
GL/GC
50A (14x51)
Ultrafast
PE
** The UPS internal battery is normally
connected to the battery isolator switch (FA3).
If an external battery cabinet option is used,
the internal batteries are disconnected and
the external battery cabinet is connected to
the terminals shown in this diagram
(See Figure 3.9).
1L3
1L2
1L1
1N
* In a ‘single feed’ (standard) installation
terminals 2L1 and 1L1 are linked by cables
fitted to the UPS side of the terminal blocks.
Terminals 2N and 1N are similarly linked.
When using a ‘dual feed’ supply these links
should be removed and the bypass supply
cable connected as shown in this diagram.
2N
2L1
PE
PE
3N
3L1
Input/Output Power Connections
+ N –
Output
to Load
Bypass
Supply
(*dual feed
only)
Mains
Supply
External Battery
(**option)
Figure 3.7 Cabinet A fuse and connection details (rear view) – three phase input
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X1-X21
Customer Interface Connections
JD1 – Smart Port RS232 (Sub-D9P/F).
X1-X21 – Dry Port volt-free contacts on terminal block.
JD1
SNMP
IA1 IA2
FA2
FA1
FA3
Cabinet Front View
Power Switches & Fuses
IA1 – Maintenance Bypass Switch
IA2 – Output Switch
FA2 – Bypass Supply Line Fuse
FA1 – Input Supply line Fuse
FA3 – Battery Fuse
FA1
FA2
FA3
7.5 kVA
32A (10x38)
Ultrafast
50A (14x51)
GL/GC
30A (10x38)
Ultrafast
10 kVA
32A (10x38)
Ultrafast
50A (14x51)
GL/GC
30A (10x38)
Ultrafast
15 kVA
32A (14x51)
Ultrafast
80A (22x58)
GL/GC
50A (14x51)
Ultrafast
20 kVA
32A (14x51)
Ultrafast
100A (22x58)
GL/GC
50A (14x51)
Ultrafast
Locking feet
** The UPS internal battery is normally connected to
the battery isolator switch (FA3). If an external battery
cabinet option is used, the internal batteries are
disconnected and the external battery cabinet is
connected to the terminals shown in this diagram
(See Figure 3.9).
PE
* In a ‘single feed’ (standard) installation terminals 2L1
and 1L1 are linked on the UPS side of the terminal
blocks. Terminals 2N and 1N are similarly linked.
When using a ‘dual feed’ supply these links should be
removed and the bypass supply cable connected as
shown in this diagram.
1L3
1L2
1L1
2L1
1N
2N
PE
PE
3N
3L1
Input/Output Power Connections
+ N –
Output
to Load
External Battery
(**option)
Bypass
Supply
(*dual feed
only)
Mains
Supply
Figure 3.8 Cabinet B & C fuse and connection details (front view) – three phase input
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3.3.2 Connecting an external battery cabinet
In a standard PowerWave 3000T the UPS batteries are mounted
within the UPS module. If you require a longer battery autonomy time
than is possible using the standard internal batteries, you can:
• Use one of the larger UPS cabinets – for example, use a
Cabinet ‘B’ or ‘C’ cabinet which have more space for batteries
than the Cabinet A.
• Install the batteries in an external battery cabinet.
Note: It is not permissible to connect an external battery
cabinet in parallel with the UPS internal batteries. If an
external battery cabinet is used no batteries are fitted within
the UPS cabinet.
Key Point: The UPS is delivered with an optional
external batteries connection terminals only if it has
been ordered without batteries.
CAUTION: The following changes must be carried out by a
qualified electrician or other suitably approved personnel
before the UPS is powered up or commissioned.
1.
Disconnect the wires for internal battery at the
bottom of FA3 (shown red in the illustration).
2.
Connect the wires between FA3 and the
External Battery TB at the bottom of the UPS
cabinet (shown in green).
3.
FA3
To Internal
Battery
+ N–
External
Battery TB
Connect the cables between from the external
battery cabinet and the UPS External
Battery TB.
External Battery
Figure 3.9 External battery connection
3.3.3 Input neutral grounding
Key Point: An input neutral is required for the UPS input rectifier to operate correctly.
This neutral must be permanently connected and not switched by the input supply isolator.
During battery operation the neutral must always be grounded.
UPS
0V
230V
Figure 3.10 Input neutral grounding
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3.4
Connecting the UPS power cables
WARNING: If the UPS covers are opened or removed there is a risk of exposure to dangerous
voltages when power is connected to the UPS. All operations detailed in this section must be
performed by an authorised electrician or other suitably qualified person.
3.4.1 Safety notes
Please ensure you read and understand these safety notes before you begin the UPS electrical installation.
1.
All operations detailed in this section must be performed by a qualified electrician or other suitably
approved person.
2.
Once the electrical installation is completed do not turn on the UPS until it has first been commissioned
by an authorised engineer who is trained by the manufacturer.
3.
Do not operate the UPS if there is water or moisture present.
4.
When carrying out any work on the UPS input power cables you must ensure that:
• the UPS supplies are isolated and locked-out at the supply distribution panel.
• the UPS output is isolated and locked-out at the load supply distribution panel.
Place Warning notices where applicable to prevent inadvertent operation of the supply isolators.
3.4.2 Preliminary checks
1.
Before you begin cabling the UPS:
a)
Ensure the potential (maximum) load does not exceed the UPS model output power rating (OUTPUT
POWER) written on the nameplate.
b) Ensure the intended UPS input supply circuit breaker at the input distribution board and UPS output
(load) circuit breaker(s) at the load distribution board are correctly rated and comply with the
prescribed IEC Standards (e.g. BS7671:2008).
c) Where the load equipment is split and protected by individual circuit breakers, the maximum total
load rating and maximum load rating of the individual load sockets should be indicated on the output
distribution board.
d) Ensure the provided fuses and cables satisfy the ratings shown in Figures 3.2 and 3.3/ 3.4, and are
in accordance with the prescribed IEC Standards or local regulations (e.g. BS7671:2008).
2.
Identify the operator controls and power connection details for the unit being installed from the following
diagrams:
•
•
•
•
Figure 3.5 Cabinet A fuse and connection details (rear view) – single phase input
Figure 3.6 Cabinet B & C fuse and connection details (front view) – single phase input
Figure 3.7 Cabinet A fuse and connection details (rear view) – three phase input
Figure 3.8 Cabinet B & C fuse and connection details (front view) – three phase input
3.4.3 Connecting the input supply
1.
For personal protection ensure that:
a)
b)
c)
The UPS is powered down and voltage-free.
The UPS Maintenance Bypass Switch IA1 is OFF.
The UPS Output Switch IA2 is OFF
2.
Gain access to the UPS power terminals.
3.
Connect the earth cable from the input mains LV-Distribution Board to the protective earth (PE) terminal
on the UPS terminal block.
4.
The PowerWave 3000T input supply can be wired for ‘single feed’ (standard) or ‘dual feed’ operation.
Connect the input power cable coming from the input mains LV-Distribution Board to the UPS input
terminals following the ‘single feed’ instructions or ‘dual feed’ instructions given below.
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Single Input Feed
1.
Refer to the appropriate illustration in Figure 3.5 to Figure 3.8 and connect the UPS input supply cables
to terminals 1L1 and 1N [1L1, 1L2, 1L3 and 1N in a 3-phase fed unit] on the UPS mains supply terminal
block. Ensure correct (clockwise) phase rotation in the case of a 3-phase unit.
CAUTION: The input neutral cable to terminal 1N must be permanently connected and not
switched by the input supply circuit breaker.
2.
Secure the cables to the fixing rail mounted below the terminal blocks.
Dual Input Feed
1.
Refer to the appropriate illustration in Figure 3.5 to Figure 3.8.
2.
Remove the links between 1L1-2L1 on the main terminal block.
3.
Connect the UPS input supply cables to terminals 1L1 and 1N [1L1, 1L2, 1L3 and 1N in a 3-phase fed
unit] on the UPS mains supply terminal block. Ensure correct (clockwise) phase rotation in the case of a
3-phase unit.
CAUTION: The input neutral cable to terminal 1N must be permanently connected and not
switched by the input supply circuit breaker.
4.
Connect the UPS bypass supply cables to terminals 2L1 and 2N on the UPS bypass supply terminal
block.
CAUTION: The bypass neutral cable to terminal 2N must be permanently connected and not
switched through the bypass supply circuit breaker.
5.
Connect the earth cable from the bypass mains LV-Distribution Board to the protective earth (PE)
terminal on the UPS bypass supply terminal block.
6.
Secure the cables to the fixing rail mounted below the terminal blocks.
3.4.4 Connecting the UPS output cables
1.
Refer to the appropriate illustration in Figure 3.5 to Figure 3.8. Connect the earth cable from the Output
Load Distribution Board to the protective earth (PE) terminal on the UPS output supply terminal block.
2.
Connect the UPS output cables to terminals 3L1, and 3N on the UPS output terminal block.
CAUTION: The output neutral cable to terminal 3N must be permanently connected and not
switched by the output (load) supply circuit breaker.
3.
Secure the cables to the fixing rail mounted below the UPS terminal blocks.
3.4.5 Final checks
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1.
On completion of the above cabling check that the earthing is complete and conforms to prescribed IEC
standards or local regulations.
2.
Ensure that all cables are securely fastened to the fixing rail mounted below the UPS terminal blocks.
3.
Screw the terminal cover plate back on the UPS, making sure that the earthing wire is correctly attached
on the terminal cover plate.
4.
Move the UPS to its final position and lock it by applying the brake on the castors (cabinet A) or adjusting
the locking feet (cabinet B/C).
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Battery connections
.
WARNING: The final assembly and connection of the battery units must be carried out by the
commissioning engineer. Do not attempt to complete the battery wiring or close the battery
isolators before this system has been commissioned
The cabinets are designed to house a number of 12V batteries of various capacities to provide a flexible, selfcontained UPS system. Cabinets A & B can accept 7Ah or 9Ah batteries, while cabinet C can accept
batteries of up to 28-44Ah. The batteries are connected in up to 50x12V strings and it is possible to connect
2 or 3 strings in parallel in Cabinets B & C to enable a range of autonomy times to be achieved.
The final assembly and connection of the battery units will be carried out by the commissioning engineer.
3.5.1 External battery cabinets
Key Point: If an external battery system is used, the UPS internal batteries must be disconnected
from the system. It is NOT possible to operate the internal and external batteries in parallel.
If the required autonomy time cannot be achieved using the UPS cabinet internal batteries, an external
battery cabinet may be used to house a larger battery system. When used, the external battery enclosure
must be fitted with a suitably rated fused isolator which is connected to the battery connection terminals
inside the UPS (refer to the appropriate illustration in Figure 3.5 to Figure 3.8).
Note: DC fuses and cables are bespoke to the installation.
3.6
Module interface facilities
The UPS contains a communication port and a communication card that can provide a range of system
information to a remote computer or building facilities monitoring device.
Standard interface facilities
JD1 – Smart Port (Serial RS232) provides an interface between UPS system and a computer via a sub-D9/
female connector (see paragraph 3.6.1).
X1-21 – Dry Port (volt-free contacts) provides a customer input/output interface via Phoenix terminals (see
paragraph 3.6.2).
Optional Facilities
The following interface facilities are described in the Options chapter of this manual.
USB – PC Interface for remote signalling and automatic computer shutdown.
SNMP – Slot for optional SNMP card ONLY. For monitoring and integration in network management.
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3.6.1 JD1 Smart Port – serial RS 232 port
The JD1 Smart Port is an intelligent RS 232 serial port that allows the UPS to be connected to a computer via
a standard D-Type, 9-pin, female connector.
When used with the optional WAVEMON Smart Port software, this allows a computer to continuously monitor
the UPS input mains voltage and the UPS operational status and display a message in the event of any UPS
system changes.
Figure 3.11 and show the connection to a PC from the UPS for PC’s with a 9 pin serial port and 25 pin serial
port respectively.
Interface Cable
Computer end
Interface Cable
UPS end
9-Pin D-Type
(Male)
9-Pin D-Type
(Female)
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
9
9
9-Pin D-Type
(Male)
25-Pin D-Type
(Female)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
2
3
4
5
9
25
Figure 3.11 Connector Cable - PC Serial Port
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3.6.2 X1-21 Dry Port (volt-free contacts)
All the Input and Output interfaces to X1 are connected to Phoenix terminals (cable 0.5 mm2). All voltage free
contacts are rated 60 VAC max. and 500 mA max.
These output can be used to control an automatic and orderly shutdown of servers, AS400 or automated
building facilities.
Term.
Contact
Signal
Function
1
NO
2
COM
3
NC
4
NO
5
COM
6
NC
7
NO
8
COM
9
NC
10
NO
11
COM
12
NC
13
NO
14
COM
15
NC
16
–
–
Control
Input
ON GENERATOR
+12V (100mA)
0V
Output
supply
.
–
–
Control
Input
REMOTE SHUTDOWN
17
18
19
20
21
Mains Failure
ALARM
MAINS FAILURE
Mains Present
Common Alarm
ALARM
COMMON ALARM
No Alarm Condition
Load on Inverter
STATUS
LOAD ON INVERTER
Load on Bypass
Battery Low
ALARM
BATTERY LOW
Battery OK
Load on Bypass
STATUS
LOAD ON MAINS
Load on Inverter
Terminals are linked when the standby
generator is on-line.
NC contact wired to a remote emergency
stop circuit. Linked out when not used.
Figure 3.12 Dry Port (X1-21)connections
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4.1
Operation
Commissioning
The PowerWave 3000T UPS must be commissioned by a fully trained and authorised Uninterruptible Power
Supplies Ltd. field service engineer before being put into use. Commissioning involves connecting the
battery, checking the electrical installation and operating environment, performing a controlled start-up and
testing of the UPS system, and customer basic training.
WARNING: Any PowerWave 3000T UPS system not commissioned by an Uninterruptible
Power Supplies Ltd. approved service engineer must be considered an electrical hazard, and
Uninterruptible Power Supplies Ltd. accepts no responsibility for its safe operation or the
safety of its operator. Additionally, the manufacturer's warranty will be immediately invalidated
if the UPS is put into use before it has been correctly commissioned.
4.2
Control Panel
The user-friendly control panel is composed of three parts:
• Power Management Display (PMD)
• Mimic LED Indicators
• Operating keys
Mimic LED Indicators
Operating Keys
Power Management Display (PMD)
Figure 4.1 Control Panel
4.2.1 Power Management Display (PMD)
The 2 x 20 character LCD Power Management Display simplifies communication with the UPS and also
provides UPS monitoring information (See paragraph 4.3).
The menu driven LCD enables the access to:
•
•
•
•
The ‘Event register’
Monitoring the input and output voltage, current, frequency & power
Monitoring battery run time
Perform commands such as UPS start-up and shut-down, Load transfer from INVERTER to BYPASS
and vice-versa
• Diagnostic (service mode only)
• Adjustments and testing (service mode only)
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4.2.2 Mimic LED indicators
The mimic diagram indicates the UPS power flow status and the led
indicators change colour between Green, Red and OFF to indicate
the UPS operating conditions.
LINE 2
BY PASS
LINE 1
INVERTER
LOAD
LINE 1 (rectifier) and LINE 2 (bypass) indicate the availability of
the mains and bypass power supply.
INVERTER and BYPASS, indicate which of the two power sources is
supplying the critical load power.
BATTERY
The BATTERY LED indicator indicates the battery availability and
flashes when the battery is supplying the load.
The ALARM LED indicates a detected internal or external alarm
condition and when activated it is accompanied by an audible
alarm.
Figure 4.2
LED Indication summary
Indicator
Indicator Status
LINE 1
GREEN
RED
Mains available
Mains problem or unavailable
Interpretation
LINE 2
GREEN
RED
Bypass mains available
Bypass mains problem or unavailable
ALARM
OFF
Flashing RED + buzzer
RED
INVERTER
GREEN
RED
OFF
Load is on inverter (protected from mains disturbances)
Inverter fault (load is not transferable to inverter)
Inverter not operating
BY-PASS
GREEN
OFF
Load is on bypass (unprotected from mains disturbances)
Bypass not unavailable
BATTERY
GREEN
RED
Flashing GREEN
No alarm condition
Alarm condition detected
Alarm condition accepted (has been reset)
Battery OK
Battery fault or discharged
On Battery
4.2.3 Operator keys
The operator keys allow the user to:
• Make settings and adjustments via the menu driven LCD display
• Start-up and shut down the UPS and transfer the load between inverter and bypass
• Monitor and display the UPS operating voltages, currents, frequencies and other values on the LCD
display
Key function summary
KEYS
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
Used to switch-on or switch-off the UPS
(Both keys must be pressed simultaneously for either ON/OFF operation).
UP (
Scroll upwards through a displayed menu.
DOWN (
4-2
FUNCTION
)
)
Scroll downwards through a displayed menu.
RESET
Cancels the audible alarm. If the alarm condition was transient the ALARM LED will also extinguish,
otherwise it will remain ON (red).
ENTER
Confirms (selects) a chosen menu item.
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ON/OFF Start-up and shutdown buttons
The UPS may be switched ON or OFF by simultaneously pressing both ON/OFF keys on the control panel.
This is to prevent accidental UPS start-up or shutdown.
Note: When the UPS is under normal operation, pressing the two ON/OFF buttons simultaneously will
immediately shut down the UPS and disconnect the UPS from the load.
CAUTION: If the ON/OFF buttons are operated while the UPS is not in Maintenance Bypass it
will interrupt the load power supply.
4.3
Description of the LCD display
4.3.1 Status screens
DESCRIPTION
LCD-DISPLAY
1.
Load is protected by UPS power supplied by inverter (normal operation). LOAD
PROTECTED
2.
Load is not protected by UPS power –supplied by mains power (load on
bypass)
LOAD
NOT PROTECTED
3.
Load supply interrupted. UPS has been switched off by “ON/OFF”
buttons.
LOAD OFF
SUPPLY FAILURE
4.
The UPS/module is not supplying load.
The output switch is open.
LOAD DISCONNECTED
OUTPUT SWITCH OPEN
4.3.2 Main menu screen
DESCRIPTION
LCD-DISPLAY
1.
A log of the last 64 events is stored in the Power Management Display
(See paragraph 4.3.3).
→ EVENT LOG
MEASUREMENTS
2.
Allows monitoring of voltages, power, frequencies, currents, autonomy
etc (See paragraph 4.3.4)
→ MEASUREMENTS
COMMANDS
3.
Enables the commands “Load to inverter”, “Load to bypass” and battery
test to be executed (See paragraph 4.3.5).
→ COMMANDS
SET-UP DATA
4.
Allows the UPS personalized information (such as serial number) to be
entered (See paragraph 4.3.6).
→ SET-UP DATA
SET-UP USER
5.
Allows user to set up Date/Time, automatic battery test, etc.
(See paragraph 4.3.7)
→ SET-UP USER
SET-UP SERVICE
6.
Password-protected area for service engineer use only (See paragraph
4.3.8).
→ SET-UP SERVICE
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4.3.3 Event log menu screen
DESCRIPTION
LCD-DISPLAY
1.
Logging Control; a log of the last 64 events is stored in the Power
Management Display.
01
05-10-08
LOAD TO INV.
14-38-56
2.
Every stored event is identified with a sequential number and time
stamp.
02
05-10-08
LOAD TO BYP.
14-38-59
3.
By pressing ENTER the code of the event will be displayed.
03
05-10-08
LOAD OFF
14-39-14
4.3.4 Measurements menu screen
DESCRIPTION
4-4
LCD-DISPLAY
1.
Battery Runtime
BATT. RUN TIME (MIN)
00h 00mm
2.
UPS-Output Frequency
OUTPUT FREQUENCY (HZ)
50.00
3.
Bypass Frequency.
BYPASS FREQUENCY (HZ)
50.00
4.
Battery Voltage
BATTERY VOLTAGE (V)
+0.0
- 0.0
5.
Battery Charger Current
BATT. CHARGE CUR. (A)
+ 0.0
- 0.0
6.
Battery Discharge Current.
DISCHARGE CURRENT (A)
00.00
7.
Rectifier Input Voltage (1or 3 phases)
RECTIFIER VOLTAGE (V)
230
230
230
8.
Bypass Input Voltage
BYPASS VOLTAGE (V)
230
9.
Output Voltage
OUTPUT VOLTAGE (V)0
230
10. Output Current
OUTPUT CURRENT (A)0
00.00
11. Active Output Power
ACTIVE POWER (KW)
00
12. Reactive Output Power
REACTIVE POWER (kVAr)
00
13. Apparent Output Power
APPARENT POWER (KVA)
00
14. Output Power
OUTPUT POWER (%)
00
15. Battery Capacity
BATT. CAPACITY (%)
00.00
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4.3.5 Commands menu screen
DESCRIPTION
LCD-DISPLAY
1.
Transfer the load to inverter
→ LOAD TO INVERTER
LOAD TO BYPASS
2.
Transfer the load to bypass.
→ LOAD TO BYPASS
PERFORM BATT.TEST
3.
Battery test
→ PERFORM BATT.TEST
4.3.6 UPS Data menu screen
DESCRIPTION
LCD-DISPLAY
1.
These general UPS Data are installed at the manufacturing plant.
UPS SERIAL NUMBER
nn-nnnnn
2.
Manufacturing date
DATE OF MANUFACTURE
15-03-11
3.
EPROM Version
EPROM VERSION
V-000
4.
Dynamic Password
YES
5.
Actual Date and Time
DATE
dd-mm-yyyy
NO
TIME
hh:mm:ss
4.3.7 Set-up User menu screen
DESCRIPTION
1.
Set-up language
LCD-DISPLAY
→ SET LANGUAGE
SET DATE AND TIME
ENGLISH
FRANCAIS
DEUTCH
DUTCH
SPANISH
POLISH
PORTOGUESE
2.
Set-up Date and Time
→ SET-UP DATE/TIME
SET-UP BATT. TEST
DD-MM-YY
3.
Set-up battery test
HH-MM-SS
→ SET-UP BATT. TEST
SET-UP GEN-SET OPER.
DAY OF MONTH
(1-31)
HOUR OF DAY
(0-23)
REPETITIVE (Y/N)
YES/NO
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4.
→ SET GENERATOR OP.
Set-up operation with Gen-Set
BATT.CHARGE LOCK
YES/NO
BYPASS LOCK
YES/NO
4.3.8 Set-Up Service menu screen
DESCRIPTION
LCD-DISPLAY
1.
This password-protected menu is reserved for authorized service
engineers. It is not to be used by End-Users.
→ SET-UP SERVICE
PASSWORD
2.
Type in password
→ PASSWORD*
Key Point: It is essential to enter the password.
From within the Set-up Service menu a service engineer can adjust the UPS voltages, frequencies, currents,
power and autonomies, together with setting up:
•
•
•
•
4.4
UPS Rated Power
Single (standard) or Dual input feed
Frequency-converter, 50/60Hz and 60/50Hz
Synchronisation window (2-4%)
Operating Modes
4.4.1 On-Line (Inverter) mode
LINE 2
BY PASS
LINE 1
INVERTER
LED
LOAD
BATTERY
Colour
LINE 1
Green
LINE 2
Green
BY PASS
OFF
INVERTER
Green
BATTERY
Green
Figure 4.3 On-Line Mode
When the UPS is operating in the On-Line mode the load is supplied through the LINE 1 (RECTIFIER) and
INVERTER. This mode provides the highest degree of protection in the event of a mains disturbance or failure
and is always recommended if the critical load, such as a computer system, will not tolerate even a very brief
supply interruption.
When operating in this mode, in the unlikely event of an inverter fault or overload condition the UPS will
transfer the load automatically to the static bypass supply without interruption (transfer time = 0).
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4.4.2 Bypass (Off-line or ECO) mode
LINE 2
BY PASS
LED
LOAD
LINE 1
INVERTER
BATTERY
Colour
LINE 1
Green
LINE 2
Green
BY PASS
Green
INVERTER
OFF
BATTERY
Green
Figure 4.4 Line-Interactive (Bypass Mode)
When operating in the Bypass (ECO) mode the load is supplied from the bypass mains (LINE 2) via the
static BYPASS and in the event of a bypass mains failure the load is automatically transferred to the inverter
(On-Line mode) within 3 to 5 msec. The battery charger remains active in this mode.
Although this mode of operation offers a greater efficiency than the On-Line mode, it is recommended only if
the connected load can tolerate interruptions of 3 to 5 ms – which is the transfer time taken to change from
Bypass mode to On-Line mode.
WARNING: The On-Line mode must always be used to provide maximum load protection.
4.4.3 Maintenance Bypass Mode
MAINTENANCE
BYPASS
MAINS
Switch IA1
LOAD
UPS
Figure 4.5 Maintenance Bypass Mode
Each module is fitted with a Maintenance Bypass switch (IA1) which, when closed, connects the UPS module
output terminals directly to the UPS bypass Mains supply. This facility enables a UPS module to be shut
down for maintenance or repair whilst maintaining the load on the raw (unprotected) bypass supply.
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Maintenance Bypass switch (IA1)
The Maintenance Bypass mode is effected by means of the IA1 BYPASS SWITCH on the front/rear of the
UPS:
Switch IA1
Effect
ON
Maintenance Bypass-Switch Closed (Load on bypass mains)
LCD-indication: MAINTENANCE BYP CLOSED
LED Indicators will indicate as shown in the table below
OFF
Bypass-Switch Open – Normal operating condition (Load on inverter)
LCD-indication MAINTENANCE BYP OPEN
LED Indicators will indicate as shown in the table below.
LED Indicator
ON
OFF
LINE 1
Green
Green
LINE 2
Green
Green
BYPASS
Green
OFF
INVERTER
RED
ON
BATTERY
Green
Green
CAUTION: If the UPS is operating in the Maintenance Bypass mode the load will not be
protected in the event of a mains failure. It is therefore strongly recommended to switch over to
the on-line mode or bypass mode as soon as possible.
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4.5
Operating Instructions
Under normal conditions the UPS module is operating in the ‘On Line’ (On Inverter) mode.
The following procedures are provided in this section:
How to transfer the load to the Maintenance Bypass and shut down the UPS module for maintenance
purposes – (See paragraph 4.5.1).
How to start up the UPS module and transfer the load from the Maintenance Bypass to the inverter (‘On Line’
mode) (See paragraph 4.5.2).
How to shut down the entire UPS (See paragraph 4.5.3).
4.5.1 Transfer to Maintenance Bypass Mode
If needed, to perform service or maintenance, it is possible to transfer the load to Maintenance Bypass Mode
and power down the UPS module whilst leaving the load connected to the raw bypass mains supply.
WARNING: Before you close the Maintenance Bypass isolator ensure that the UPS is
operating in the Bypass Mode.
All the operations in this section must be performed by authorised and trained personnel.
Prior to commencing this procedure, check and confirm the following UPS status:
• The mimic panel LED indication should be as per the following table:
LINE 2
BY PASS
LED
LOAD
LINE 1
INVERTER
BATTERY
Colour
LINE 1
Green
LINE 2
Green
BY PASS
OFF
INVERTER
Green
BATTERY
Green
• The LCD panel should display LOAD PROTECTED.
If anything other than LOAD PROTECTED is displayed then press the RESET button, and if LOAD
PROTECTED is still not displayed there is a problem with the UPS – seek assistance!
Transferring the UPS to ‘Bypass’ mode:
1.
On the UPS module’s mimic panel press the ENTER key once to access the menu system.
2.
Using the UP/DOWN keys, move the cursor so that it is adjacent to COMMANDS and then press the ENTER
key.
3.
Using the UP/DOWN keys, move the cursor so that it is adjacent to LOAD TO BYPASS and then press the
ENTER key.
a)
4.
The UPS system will transfer the load to static bypass.
Confirm that:
a)
b)
c)
The INVERTER LED has extinguished.
The BYPASS LED is green.
The LCD displays LOAD NOT PROTECTED.
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LINE 2
BY PASS
LINE 1
INVERTER
LED
LOAD
BATTERY
Colour
LINE 1
Green
LINE 2
Green
BY PASS
Green
INVERTER
OFF
BATTERY
Green
Closing the Maintenance Bypass switch:
5.
6.
Close the Maintenance Bypass switch IA1.
Confirm that:
a)
b)
c)
The INVERTER LED has turned to red.
The BYPASS LED is green.
The LCD displays MANUAL BYP IS CLOSED.
LINE 2
BY PASS
LED
LOAD
LINE 1
INVERTER
BATTERY
Colour
LINE 1
Green
LINE 2
Green
BY PASS
Green
INVERTER
RED
BATTERY
Green
Powering down the UPS module:
When the load is connected to the Maintenance Bypass supply, as described above, the UPS module can be
powered down (for example, if required for maintenance/testing) using the following procedure:
7.
On the UPS control panel simultaneously press both ON/OFF buttons.
a)
8.
The LCD panel will indicate: LOAD OFF, SUPPLY FAILURE.
Open the battery fuse/isolator F1.
Note: If using external batteries open the battery fuses/isolator on the associated battery cabinet/rack.
9.
On the UPS module open the module’s Output Isolator (IA2).
LINE 2
BY PASS
LED
LOAD
LINE 1
INVERTER
BATTERY
4-10
Colour
LINE 1
Green
LINE 2
Off
BY PASS
Off
INVERTER
Off
BATTERY
Green Flashing
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10. Open the Bypass Line fuse holder FA2 and the Rectifier Line fuse holder FA1.
WARNING: The UPS module is still live at its input and output power terminals due to the
activation of Maintenance Bypass circuit.
WARNING: Allow 10 minutes for the internal DC capacitors to discharge before touching any
UPS internal components.
WARNING: The load is now supplied from the bypass mains and is not protected against
power failure.
4.5.2 Starting the UPS system from the Maintenance Bypass mode
This procedure describes the sequence of operations necessary to power up the UPS module whilst the load
is connected to the Maintenance Bypass supply, and then transfer the load to the UPS Inverter (‘On-Line’
mode).
WARNING: All the operations in this section must be performed by authorised and trained
personnel.
Powering up the UPS Module:
1.
On the UPS module close the Bypass Line fuse holder FA2 and the Rectifier Line fuse holder FA1 if they
are open.
2.
Close the battery fuse F1 (and the battery fuse/isolator on the external battery cabinet/rack where used).
a) The UPS mimic panel LINE 1 LED will be permanent green.
b) The BATTERY LED will be flashing green.
c) The LCD display will indicate LOAD OFF, SUPPLY FAILURE.
LINE 2
BY PASS
LED
LOAD
LINE 1
INVERTER
BATTERY
Colour
LINE 1
Green
LINE 2
Off
BY PASS
Off
INVERTER
Off
BATTERY
Green Flashing
3.
Close the Output Isolator switch (IA2).
4.
On the UPS mimic panel simultaneously press both ON/OFF buttons then release them and wait for
approximately 60 seconds.
a) The UPS module will begin to power up.
b) Initially LINE 2 LED will be red, then change to green.
c) At this stage the LCD display will indicate LOAD NOT PROTECTED and the module mimic LED
indications should be as follows:
LINE 2
BY PASS
LED
LOAD
LINE 1
INVERTER
BATTERY
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Colour
Green
LINE 2
Green
BY PASS
Green
INVERTER
RED
BATTERY
Green
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Transferring to the UPS bypass (Eco mode) from the Maintenance Bypass:
5.
Ensure that the BYPASS LED is green.
6.
Open the Maintenance Bypass switch (IA1).
a) The LCD panels will display MANUAL BYPASS OPEN.
b) The INVERTER LED will be extinguished.
c) An audible alarm will sound.
LINE 2
BY PASS
LED
LOAD
LINE 1
INVERTER
BATTERY
7.
Colour
LINE 1
Green
LINE 2
Green
BY PASS
Green
INVERTER
Off
BATTERY
Green
Press the RESET button to cancel the audible alarm.
a)
The LCD display(s) will now indicate LOAD NOT PROTECTED.
Transferring the load to the inverter:
8.
On the Control Panel:
a)
b)
c)
9.
Press the UP key once to access the menu system.
Use the UP/DOWN keys to move the cursor so that it is adjacent to COMMANDS and then press the
ENTER key.
Use the UP/DOWN keys move the cursor so that it is adjacent to LOAD TO INVERTER and then press
the ENTER key.
The UPS will transfer the load to Inverter (‘On-line’ mode).
a) The LCD display will now indicate LOAD PROTECTED.
b) Check and confirm that the LED display is as shown below:
LINE 2
BY PASS
LED
LOAD
LINE 1
INVERTER
BATTERY
Colour
LINE 1
Green
LINE 2
Green
BY PASS
Off
INVERTER
Green
BATTERY
Green
10. The UPS is now operating in ‘On-Line’ mode. The load is protected and supplied by inverter power.
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4.5.3 Complete system shutdown
The UPS system may be shutdown completely if the load does not need input power for an extended period
of time. Use this procedure to turn off the load power and shutdown the entire UPS system.
WARNING: All the operations in this section must be performed by authorised and trained
personnel.
CAUTION: This procedure will totally disconnect load power. Ensure that it is safe to lose
power to all the loads connected to the UPS system before you begin this process.
1.
Isolate all load equipment connected to the output of the UPS system by opening the fused isolators or
circuit breakers in the UPS output load distribution board.
WARNING: Perform the following steps only after the load has been fully isolated.
2.
3.
Verify that the loads are powered down.
On the UPS control panel simultaneously press both ON/OFF buttons.
a)
4.
The LCD panel will indicate: LOAD OFF, SUPPLY FAILURE.
Open the battery fuse/isolator (F1).
Note: If using external batteries open the battery fuses/isolator in the associated battery cabinet.
5.
Open the module’s Output Isolator switch (IA2).
LINE 2
BY PASS
LED
LOAD
LINE 1
INVERTER
BATTERY
Colour
LINE 1
Green
LINE 2
Off
BY PASS
Off
INVERTER
Off
BATTERY
Green Flashing
6.
Open the Bypass Line fuse holder FA2 and the Rectifier Line fuse holder FA1.
7.
Open the UPS Input and Bypass supply fused isolators (or circuit breakers) in the power distribution
panel.
8.
The UPS is now voltage free.
WARNING: Allow 10 minutes for the internal DC capacitors to discharge before touching the
UPS internal components.
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5.1
Maintenance
Introduction
WARNING: All maintenance operations described in this chapter must be performed by an
authorised electrician or other suitably qualified personnel.
As the UPS contains no user-serviceable parts the maintenance requirements to be carried out by the user
are minimal, beyond ensuring that the UPS operating environment remains suitably cool and dust-free.
5.2
System calibration
To ensure optimum UPS operation and continuous, efficient protection of the connected load, it is
recommended that the system’s operating parameters are checked every six months and recalibrated where
necessary. The batteries should also be checked every six months, depending on the ambient temperature.
5.3
User responsibilities
There are no user-serviceable parts contained within the UPS so the maintenance requirements of the user
are minimal. To maximise the useful working life and reliability of the UPS and its batteries, the environment
in which the UPS operates should be kept cool and dust free.
5.4
Routine maintenance
We recommend that the UPS operating parameters are checked and recalibrated every six months as part of
a regular maintenance schedule to ensure optimum UPS operation efficient load protection. The batteries
should also be checked every six months, depending on the ambient temperature.
When the UPS is commissioned, the commissioning engineer will attach a service record book to the front of
the UPS which will be used to log the full service history of the UPS.
WARNING: Preventative maintenance inspections entail working inside the UPS with safety
covers removed. This presents a risk of electric shock due to the unavoidable exposure to
hazardous AC and DC voltages, and should be undertaken only by trained engineers
authorised by Uninterruptible Power Supplies Ltd. who are fully aware of the hazardous areas.
During a preventative maintenance inspection the service engineer will carry out the following checks:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Site environment conditions
Integrity of the electrical installation
Availability and quality of the cooling airflow
UPS Rectifier operation and calibration
UPS Inverter operation and calibration
UPS Static switch operation
Battery condition and status
Load characteristics
Integrity of the alarm and monitoring systems
Operation of all installed options
Preventative maintenance inspections form an integral part of all Extended Warranty Agreements
(maintenance contracts) offered by Uninterruptible Power Supplies Ltd.
For further details on Extended Warranty Agreements see Section 2 of this manual.
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5.5
Battery Testing
The battery test takes approximately 3 minutes and should be performed only if:
• There are no alarm conditions
• The battery is fully charged
• The input mains supply is present
Battery testing can be carried out independently of the operating mode (Off-line or On-line) and whether or
not the load is connected.
The battery test procedure can be performed from the UPS front panel (See paragraph 4.3.5).
5.6
Battery Maintenance
The battery maintenance shall be done by an authorized Uninterruptible Power Supplies Ltd. Service
Partner.
5.7
Battery Disposal and Recycling
Batteries contain dangerous substances that will harm the environment if thrown away. If you change the
batteries yourself, call qualified organizations for battery disposal and recycling.
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6.1
Troubleshooting
Alarms
In the event of an alarm condition the red ALARM LED-indicator will illuminate on the operator control panel
and the audible alarm will sound.
In this case proceed as follows:
6.2
1.
Silence the audible alarm by pressing the RESET button.
2.
Identify the cause of the alarm condition by viewing the events register in the main menu (See paragraph
4.3.3).
3.
In case of doubt please contact Uninterruptible Power Supplies Ltd. on 0800 731 3269.
4.
Use information provided on the following pages to identify and rectify and apparent fault conditions.
Menu, Commands, Event Log, Measurements,
A detailed description of the Menu, Commands, Event Log and Measurements that can be operated and
displayed on the LCD can be found in Section 4.
6.2.1 Event log screen
DESCRIPTION
LCD-DISPLAY
1.
Logging Control
05-10-00
LOAD TO INV.
14-38-56
2.
A log of the last 64 events is stored in the Power Management Display.
05-10-00
LOAD TO BYP.
14-38-59
3.
All events and alarms are indicated with their date and time of occurrence.
05-10-00
LOAD OFF
14-39-14
As you step through the event memory, make a separate note of each alarm condition as this will assist in the
identification of any problems.
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6.2.2 Fault identification and rectification messages and alarms
The major alarm conditions that will be encountered are:
Alarm Condition
6.3
Meaning
Suggested Solution
UPS FAULT
There is a fault within the UPS and
therefore normal operation cannot be
guaranteed.
Call the authorised service centre for
assistance.
MAINS BYP/RECT FAULT
Mains power supply is outside
prescribed tolerance.
The input power to UPS is too low, too
high, or missing.
If site power appears to be OK, check the
input circuit breakers etc. supplying the
UPS.
OUTPUT SHORT
There is a short circuit at the output of
UPS (on load side).
Check all output connections and repair as
required.
OVERLOAD
Load exceeds the UPS rated power.
Identify which piece of equipment is
causing the overload and remove it from
the UPS.
Do not connect laser printers,
photocopiers, electric heaters, kettles etc.
to the UPS.
OVERTEMPERATURE
UPS temperature has exceeded the
allowed value.
Check the ambient temperature of the UPS
is less than 30° C.
If the ambient temperature is normal call
the authorised service centre for
assistance.
BATTERY CHARGER OFF
The attached battery and the battery
charger set-up do not correspond or
battery charger fault.
Call the authorised service centre for
assistance.
INVERTER FAULT
Inverter is faulty.
Call the authorised service centre for
assistance.
SYNCHRON FAULT
The inverter and mains are not
synchronised.
The frequency of the UPS input voltage is
outside operational limits and the UPS
static bypass has been temporarily
disabled.
BATTERY IN DISCHARGE
Battery is near end of autonomy.
Shutdown the load connected to UPS
before the UPS switches itself off to protect
its batteries.
MANUAL BYP IS CLOSED
Maintenance Bypass closed. Load
supplied by mains.
This alarm is only displayed if the UPS is
on Maintenance Bypass.
Contacting Service
Uninterruptible Power Supplies Limited has a service department dedicated to providing routine maintenance
and emergency service cover for your UPS. If you have any queries regarding your UPS please contact us.
Uninterruptible Power Supplies Ltd.
Bacchus House
Calleva Park
Aldermaston
Berkshire
RG7 8EN
Tel: 0118 981 5151
0800 731 3269
Fax: 0118 981 5152
Email: service@upspower.co.uk
We recommend that your UPS is protected by an Extended Warranty Agreement (see Section 2 for details).
These agreements assist us in caring for your UPS correctly, ensuring that it is well maintained and attended
to promptly should any problems occur.
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7.1
Options
Introduction
The PowerWave 3000T UPS has the following available options:
•
•
•
•
•
7.2
Remote Emergency Stop facilities
Generator On facilities
Software for automatic shutdown and monitoring
SNMP Card for network management and remote monitoring
Modem/Ethernet interface for PowerREPORTER™ management software
Remote Emergency Stop facilities
The remote emergency stop facility comprises a normally-closed contact connected between terminal port
X1/20 and X1/21 on the communications board which opens to operate the emergency stop function.
To allow removal, maintenance or testing of any remote emergency stop facility without disturbing the normal
operation of the UPS, it is recommended that a terminal block, with linking facilities, is installed between the
UPS and the remote emergency stop button.
1.
Use a screened cable with 1 pair of wires (0.6mm2) and maximum length of 100 m.
2.
Connect the cable as shown in Figure 7.1.
Cabinet B/C
Remote shutdown
UPS Remote
Shutdown Port
X1/20
X1/21
Terminal block
X1
Cabinet A
Figure 7.1 Remote Emergency Stop cabling
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7.3
Generator ON facilities
The ON GENERATOR facility uses a normally-open contact which closes when a standby generator is
running and supplying the UPS input power.
When used, this facility inhibits the operation of the battery charger and/or static bypass while the generator
is on-line. See “Set-up User menu screen” in section 4.3.7.
1.
Use a screened cable with 1 pair of wires (0.6mm2) and maximum length of 100 m.
2.
Connect the cable as shown in Figure 7.2.
Cabinet B/C
UPS ON GENERATOR
Port
ON GENERATOR
N/O contact
X1/16
X1/17
X1
Cabinet A
Figure 7.2 Generator ON Connection
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7.4
Remote Signalling Panel
The optional Remote Signalling Panel (RSP) can be used to display UPS status information up to a distance
of 100m.
LINE
INV
(1)
(3)
LOAD
(2)
BATT
(4)
(1)
(7)
LINE
BYPASS
(5)
(6)
No.
Item
1
LINE LED
2
BATTERY LED
Status
Meaning
GREEN
Mains available.
RED
Mains not available.
GREEN
Battery OK.
YELLOW
Battery near the end of capacity.
OFF
No UPS supply or UPS on bypass.
Load supplied by inverter.
3
INVERTER LED
GREEN
OFF
Inverter supply not available.
4
LOAD LED
GREEN
Load is supplied.
RED FLASHING
Load is not supplied.
5
ALARM RESET
Push button
Silences the audible alarm.
6
ALARM LED
RED
Alarm condition; check other LEDs for indication of mains
and/or UPS status.
OFF
UPS is in normal operating condition.
7
BYPASS LED
RED
Load is being supplied from mains.
OFF
Load is supplied by inverter.
Figure 7.3 Remote Signalling Panel
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7.4.1 Remote Singalling Panel connections
• Provide a 0.75 mm2 minimum, shielded cable (max. 100 metre)
• Do not connect the shielding.
• Both ends of the cable are to be terminated in a terminal block connection at the Remote Status Panel
and at the UPS in accordance with Figure 7.3.
Cabinet B/C
UPS X1
Interface Block
Remote Signalling Panel
Terminal Block
X1/1
Mains Failure
3
X1/9
Load on Mains/Inv
4
X1/10
Battery Low
5
X1/18
+12V
2
X1/19
Ground
6
Cabinet A
Figure 7.4 Connection of Remote Status Panel (RSP)
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7.5
WAVEMON Shutdown and Management Software
7.5.1 Why is UPS Management important?
By combining a UPS with a variety of network management products, such as orderly shutdown software and
SNMP adaptors, system-administrators can be assured that their electricity supplies are monitored for power
disruptions and depleted battery conditions. Such conditions pose the greatest threat through power
disturbance to valuable computer data by causing possible corruption or loss. By installing UPS/Mains
monitoring software, administrators are able to monitor the utility power from a central location, allowing early
warning of problems even across more complex systems like Wide Area Networks (WAN) and Enterprise
Wide Networks of multinational companies.
A prolonged mains failure may outlast the battery autonomy of the UPS system. If this situation occurs the
UPS management software will initiate an automatic, ‘controlled’ shutdown of the operating system, and so
protect valuable data. Uninterruptible Power Supplies Ltd. offer a wide range of local and remote monitoring
and control systems, affording maximum protection for computer systems.
7.5.2 WAVEMON Shutdown and Monitoring Software
WAVEMON is an external monitoring and shutdown software application that is designed to operate with
many of Uninterruptible Power Supplies Ltd. UPS products. The package comprises a software installation
CD suitable for most server operating systems, a standard cable set and a user manual
The WAVEMON system can monitor the dry port relay contacts available on terminal block X2, together with
an RS232 port (JD1) – both located on the communications card.
When the WAVEMON system is used to monitor the X2 dry port contacts it is necessary to connect the X2
terminals of the UPS to the serial port of the server using a 0.5 mm2 cable.
Figure 7.5 Monitoring screen image.
The main characteristics of WAVEMON software are (assuming RS232 port used):
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Automatic unattended master/slave shutdown in heterogeneous networks
On-screen autonomy time/battery time countdown
On-screen server log off and shutdown procedure
Time and date stamp event log, extensive logging of all UPS activity and power quality data
Scheduled UPS economy mode, service mode, other systems status
Graphical user interface for Windows compatible platforms
Automatic unattended local shutdown
Special modules for the MS-Office software to close and save open documents
Compatible with all optional modules like UPSDIALER, SNMP adaptors, temperature sensors, etc.
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The UPS-Management software is a client-/server-application for networks and local workstations. Basically,
the WAVEMON application consists of two parts: the server-module of the UPS-Management Software is
UPSServ, which communicates via RS-232 cable with the UPS.
Working as a background process the UPSServ collects messages, received from the UPS, interprets the
messages and then makes them available to the client-module UPSCli and to any SNMP-based
management station.
When UPSServ detects voltage variations or a power failure it can execute various so called system ‘event
routines’, which for example may shutdown the server or send a warning to connected users. These system
event routines are a part of the UPS-Management Software can be adjusted to suit the customer’s demands
demands.
The UPS management software includes the licence for using the UPS service on one server with one UPS
and an unlimited numbers of connected Windows workstations. When operating with two or more servers, a
licence is required for every additional server, irrespective of whether the UPS service runs at that location, or
if the server is halted by a UPS service via remote command.
The same regulations apply to the use of remote send/receive modules (RCCMD) and multi-server shutdown
under NT, UNIX and other operating systems. The service programs are generally delivered as a singlelicence. To use a single CD ROM to shutdown multiple servers you have to purchase additional CD license
keys.
The PowerWave 3000T can be integrated in a network in two ways:
7.6
1.
By means of the server which is being powered by the UPS and is integrated in the network. In most of
the cases the server is used as sub-agent and you only need the PMC-Software without any SNMP
Adapter. You need a standard serial connection between the RS232 JD1 port of the UPS and the RS232
port of the computer/server.
2.
In some situations it is preferable to interface the network via an SNMP adapter. By this way up to 50
computers can be shut down in a RCCMD environment. RCCMD (Remote Console Command) is an
additional software module, which can be triggered by the SNMP device to executes a command
(typically a shutdown command) on a remote system.
SNMP CARD/ADAPTOR For Network Management/Remote Monitoring
The Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is a world-wide standardised communication-protocol. It
is used to monitor any device in the network via simple control language. The UPS-Management Software
also provides its data in this SNMP format with its internal software agent. The operating system you are
using must be SNMP compatible. We offer our software with SNMP functionality together with NetWare, OS/
2, all Windows NT systems on INTEL and ALPHA.
There are two types of SNMP-Adaptors available: External SNMP-Adaptor and Internal SNMP-Card (both
have the same functions).
The SNMP adaptor requires a PC with terminal connections. For normal operation at least one network
connection (Ethernet) is also required.
UPS
External SNMP
Adapter
Ethernet
Internal SNMP Card
Figure 7.6 SNMP Adapter
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External SNMP Adapter
1.
The small (125x70 mm) External SNMP adapter comes with
following interfaces:
RJ-45 connector for 10/100 Base-T (auto switchable)
2.
Serial Port for configuration (COM2) or optional ModBus
interface.
3.
Error/Link LED for UPS status
4.
Aux. Port
5.
DIP Switch
6.
Serial Port to the UPS (COM1)
7.
DC Supply (9 VDC or 9-36 VDC supply, depending on
model), from a UPS-backed socket.
Internal SNMP Adapter
The Internal SNMP-Card can be inserted into an appropriate
extension slot of the PMC. This adapter communicates via the
serial port of the UPS and makes a direct multiple server shut
down possible without additional SNMP management software.
The SNMP adaptor is used to monitor any device in the network
and can be used, utilising the RCCMD send function, for an
automatic network wide shut down or informing connected users.
The shut down procedure can be initiated from the remaining
time (downtime) or as countdown timer from the beginning of the
alarm. A shut down is therefore possible without extra input from
the operator, but fully software controlled.
For detailed information please refer to the Software Manual
provided with the WAVEMON CD ROM. This adaptor communicates via the serial port of the UPS and
makes a direct multiple server shut down possible without additional SNMP management software.
RCCMD - Remote Console Command module for a multi-server shutdown. The RCCMD modules are
independent programs that may be activated on the computer that is running UPSMAN. This makes a
shutdown call possible in any LAN and WAN, regardless of the network type or operating system.
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8.1
Specifications
General Data
kVA
Output Power Factor
Topology
Technology
Double Conversion AC-AC Efficiency
100%/75%/50%25% Linear Load (cosϕ=0.8ind)
100%/75%/50%/25% Linear Load (cosϕ=1)
100%/75%/50%/25% non-Linear Load
Heat Dissipation 100% Load (cos ϕ =0.8ind)
Heat Dissipation 100% Resistive (cos ϕ =1)
Heat Dissipation 100% non-linear load
Necessary Cooling Air (25° - 30°C)
Audible Noise with 100% Load
Audible Noise with 50% Load
Ambient Temperature for UPS
Ambient Temperature for Batteries (recommended)
Battery Storage Time at Ambient Temperature
Relative Air-humidity
Cooling
Standards
Safety
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Performance
Transportation Pallet
Accessibility
Positioning
Input and Output Power Cabling
Dry Port (Volt-free contacts)
Smart Port (RS 232)
7.5
15
20
0.7
On-Line, Double Conversion, VFI, with static and maintenance bypass
Third Generation, Transformerless
%
%
%
10
12
93.5/93.5/92/89
93/93/91.5/88.5
92/92/91/88
W
W
W
m3/h
dBA
dBA
°C
°C
94/94/92.5/90
93.5/93.5/92/89.5
93/93/91.5/89
380
400
460
110
500
550
600
110
50
47
50
47
550
600
650
110
700
750
800
150
50
53
47
49
0 - 40
20
Max. 6 months
Max. 95% (non-condensing)
Fan-assisted
94.5/94.5/93/91
94/94/92/90
93/93/91/90
800
960
1120
200
53
49
EN 62040 - Part 1 (IEC 62040-1, IEC 60950)
EN 62040 - Part 2 (IEC 62040 -2)
EN 620040 - Part 3 (IEC 62040 -3)
Provided with UPS
Rear/side access for Cabinet A, front/side access for Cabinet B-C
Min. 200cm rear space (required for ventilation)
From bottom rear (Cabinet A) and bottom front (Cabinets B and C)
For remote signalling and automatic computer shutdown
For monitoring and integration in network management
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8.2
Rectifier Data
kVA
Input Voltage 7.5 -12kVA (1 in 1 out)
Input Voltage 7.5, 10, 15 and 20kVA (3 in 1 out)
Input Voltage Window ref 400V/230V
V
V
V (%)
V (%)
V (%)
Hz
Input Frequency
Input Power Factor
Input Current Form
Inrush Current
Input Power with charged battery and rated output
power
Max. Input Power with battery charge and rated output
power
8.3
kW
< 100% load (-23%,+15%)
< 80% load (-30%,+15%)
< 60% load (-40%,+15%)
35 - 70
Models with single-phase input: 0.98 (at 100% Load)
Models with three-phase input: 0.95 (at 100% Load), 0.98 (optional)
Models with single-phase input THDi < 7-9% at 100% load
Models with three-phase input THDi < 25% at 100% load;
THDi < 7-9% (optional)
Limited by soft start
5.6
7.4
9.4
11.1
14.8
kW
6.1
8.1
10.3
kVA
7.5
10
12
12.1
16.2
Battery Data
Maximum Battery Charger Current (standard)
Battery Charging Curve
Temperature Controlled Battery Charger
Battery Charger Ripple
Battery Test
Battery Type
Variable Number of 12V Battery Blocks
8.4
7.5
10
12
15
20
1x220V+N, 1x230V+N, 1x240V+N
N/A
3x380/220V+N, 3x400V/230V+N, 3x415/240V+N
22-50
15
6A
IU (DIN 41773)
No
<1%
Automatic and periodic (adjustable)
Lead-acid, Maintenance-free and NiCd
26-50
30-50
32-50
20
Inverter Data
7.5
Output Rated Power
Output Rated Voltage
Output Power Factor
Output Voltage Stability
KVA
V
Static %
Load Jump (0-100%, 100-0%)
7.5
10
12
15
10
12
15
1x220V, 1x230V, 1x240V
0.7
20
20
< +/- 1
< +/- 4
Output Voltage Distortion
Distortion With Linear Load
Distortion With Non-linear Load
%
Output waveform
Output Frequency
Hz
Output Frequency Tolerance
Free-running, Quartz Oscillator %
Synchronized with mains (adjustable)
Overload Capability
%
Crest Factor
8-2
+/-1
< +/- 3 (according to EN 50091-1)
sinewave
50 or 60
+ / - 0.1
+/-4
125 during 10min. and 150 during 1 min.
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Communication Options
All Modules
LCD display
For monitoring and integration in network management
• 1 Remote Shut down [EMERGENCY OFF (Normally closed)]
• 1 GEN-ON (Normally open)
• 1 12Vdc source (max. 250mA)
For multidrop purpose (optional)
Power Management Display (PMD)
RS232 on Sub-D9 port
Customer Interfaces: Inputs (DRY PORTS)
RJ45 port
Relay card +USB Including:
Customer Interfaces: Outputs (DRY PORTS)
•
•
•
•
•
For remote signalling and automatic computer shutdown
For monitoring and integration in network management
RS232 on USB Port
SNMP Card (slot already included)
8.6
Common Alarm
Load on Bypass
Battery Low
Load on Inverter
Mains Failure
Mechanical
kVA
Dimensions (WxHxD)
7.5
mm
10
12
Cabinet A: 340x820x800
15
20
N/A
Footprint 0.27m2
Cabinet B: 450x1250x860
Footprint 0.39m2
Cabinet C: 550x1650x890
Protection Degree
Ventilation
Colour
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IP20
Fan Assisted
RAL 9011
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8.7
Fuses & Cables Quick Reference
External supply fuse and cable rating
SINGLE INPUT FEED (standard)
DUAL INPUT FEED
Mains (3x380/220V,
3x400/230V,
3x415/240V)
Fuse A
Fuse B
Cable A
FA1
FA2
EXTERNAL
BATTERY
CABINET
(option)
FA4
Inverter
Static Switch
Output
Switch
FA2
Rectifier
Inverter
F1
Cable C
FA1
Rectifier
FA4
Fuse C
Cable B
IA2
F1
Maint.
Bypass
IA1
Int. Batts.
EXTERNAL
BATTERY
CABINET
(option)
Static Switch
Output
Switch
IA2
IA1
Int. Batts.
Cable D
Cable D
Load
Load
SINGLE INPUT FEED
Power (kVA)
Maint.
Bypass
DUAL INPUT FEED
Fuse A
Cable A
Cable D
Fuse B
Cable B
Fuse C
Cable C
Cable D
7.5
1 x 40
3 x 6.0
3 x 6.0
1 x 40
3 x 6.0
1 x 40
3 x 6.0
3 x 6.0
10
1 x 63
1 x 63
3 x 10
3 x 10
3 x 10
3 x 10
1 x 63
1 x 63
3 x 10
3 x 10
1 x 63
1 x 80
3 x 10
3 x 16
3 x 10
3 x 16
3 x 40
3 x 63
3 x 80
3 x 100
5 x 6.0
5 x 10
5 x 16
5 x 25
3 x 6.0
3 x 10
3 x 16
3 x 25
3 x 25
3 x 25
3 x 40
3 x 40
5 x 2.5
5 x 2.5
5 x 6.0
5 x 6.0
1 x 40
1 x 63
1 x 80
1 x 100
3 x 6.0
3 x 10
3 x 16
3 x 25
3 x 6.0
3 x 10
3 x 16
3 x 25
Single phase input
12
3 Phase input
7.5
10
15
20
1.
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Fuse and Cable recommendations to IEC 60950-1:2001
2.
The fuse and cable rating details in the above tables are a recommendation only.
3.
The UPS must be installed to prescribed IEC or local regulations (e.g. BS7671:2008).
4.
External DC Cables and Battery fuses are bespoke to the installation.
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