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U P S
Uninterruptible Power System
Unterbrechungsfreie Stromversorgung
ON LINE Network Protection
ON LINE Pure Sine Wave Output UPS
700VA/ 1000VA/ 1500VA/ 2KVA/ 3KVA
■USER‘S MANUAL■
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
●WARNING (Controlled Environment) : Intend for installation in a controlled environment.
●WARNING (Fuses): To reduce the risk of fire, replace only with the same type and rating
of fuse.
●CAUTION (Live Heat Sink): Risk of electric shock-Heat sink is live. Disconnect unit before
servicing.
●CAUTION (Size of Branch Circuit Over current Protection): To reduce the risk of fire,
connect only to a circuit provided with 50 amperes for Model 3000VA and 35 amperes for
Model 2000VA maximum branch circuit over current protection in accordance with
National Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA 70.
●CAUTION: Do not dispose of batteries in a fire, the battery may explore.
●CAUTION: Do not open or mutilate the battery, released electrolyte is harmful to the skin
and eyes. It may be toxic.
●CAUTION: A battery can present a risk of electric shock and high short circuit current. The
following precaution should be observed when working on batteries
Remove watches, rings or other metal objects.
Use tools with insulated handles.
Wear rubber gloves and boots.
Do not lay tools or metal parts on top of batteries.
Disconnect charging source prior to connecting or disconnecting battery terminals.
●DANGER (Battery Supplies Over 60V): Risk of electric shock. Do not touch uninsulated
battery terminals.
●Servicing of batteries should be performed or supervised by personnel knowledgeable of
batteries and the required precautions. Keep unauthorized personnel away from batteries.
●When replacing batteries, replace with the same number and type.
●The right way to de-energize the UPS properly in an emergency is to move the I/O switch
to the OFF position and disconnect the power cord from the mains supply.
●Use six No. 8 AWG type TW cable, trade size, 3/4 in. conduit, 60℃ copper wires for input
and output field wiring. (2000VA/3000VA & 2000VA/3000VA RM, 100/110/115/120 VAC)
● Use tightening torque of 40Nm to secure input and output wires to terminal block.
(2000VA/3000VA & 2000VA/3000VA RM, 100/110/115/120 VAC)
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS…………………………………...………………………..………i
TABLE OF CONTENTS…………………………………..……………………………………………….ii
INTRODUCTION…………………………………………………………………………...…………..iii
1. P R E S E N T A T I O N ………… ……...………….……………………,.………………………2
FRONT PANEL
REAR PANEL
OUTPUT
2. INSTALLATION………………………………………………………………………………………8
3. OPERATION……………………………………………………………………..……………………9
4. ALARMS………………………….….…………………………………………..…………………10
5. SOFTWARE OPTIONS
6. MAINTENANCE
AND
AND
COMPUTER INTERFACE PORT………………………………...………11
STORAGE………………….…………………………………………………13
7. BATTERY REPLACEMENT BATTERY PACK INSTALLATION…………………………………………14
APPENDIX A. TROUBLESHOOTING…………………………………………….………………………15
APPENDIX B. SPECIFICATIONS………………………………………………………………………16
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INTRODUCTION
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Please read and save this manual!
Thank you for selecting this uninterruptible power system (UPS). It provides you with a
perfect protection for connected equipment. The manual is a guide to install and use the
UPS. It includes important safety instructions for operation and correct installation of the UPS.
If you should have any problems with the UPS, please refer to this manual before calling
customer service.
Please save or recycle the packaging materials!
The UPS‘s shipping materials are designed with great care to provide protection within
delivery. These materials are invaluable if you ever have to return the UPS for service.
Damage happened during transit is not covered under the warranty.
Intelligent microprocessor control
The product is an advanced on-line UPS based on dual-microprocessor control. This means
that it operates with the newest technology, high performance and powerful function.
The on-line UPS is an intelligent protector and provides pure, reliable AC power to the critical
loads - protecting them from utility power blackout, swells, sags, surges and interference.
The loads could include sensitively medical instruments, computers, telecommunication
systems, and industrially automatic equipment. Under power normal condition, the on-line
design enables the system to adjust and filter power fluctuations continuously and
automatically. In the event of power failure, it can provide immediate back-up power from
the batteries without any interruption. When overload or UPS malfunction, the system will
automatically transfer into bypass mode and keep supplying output equipment with utility
power; if overload situation is relieved, it will automatically transfer back to inverter mode
when malfunction is resolved by restarting the UPS. Complete transference will be achieved
within 4m seconds, with no interruption.
Beside this, when the utility power is connected, the charger would work automatically even
under power switch is OFF. Furthermore, in order to save the battery energy, UPS can
automatically turn it off under backup mode if none of the connected loads is operating.
Advanced battery management
The visual and audible indications of the UPS present the battery’s status including capacity
degree and battery condition. Self-test function let UPS detect a weak battery before it is put
into service. The UPS normally perform a self-test at power up and manual self-test condition.
Self-test function can be conducted manually with the ON/TEST switch at any time.
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Advanced monitoring software
The on-line UPS and UPS-MON series monitoring software (optional kits) make your
computer operate intelligent and provide you with the ability of perfect protection of your
critical devices. The software is available for most operation systems and is supplied with a
communication cable that connects to the UPS.
Note: There is no guarantee that interference to radio/TV will not occur in a particular
installation. If this UPS causes interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the UPS off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of following measures:
1. Connect the equipment to an outlet at a circuit different from the connected radio/TV.
2. Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver or reorient the receiving
antenna.
Figure. System block diagram.
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1. PRESENTATION
Front LED Panel
INVERTER
Front LCD Panel
1.1 “LINE” indicator
The indicator illuminates when the line input voltage is normal.
1.2 “BY PASS” indicator
The indicator illuminates when the loads are supplied from the utility power, through the
by-pass direction.
1.3 “INV” or “INVERTER” indicator
The indicator illuminates when the output power of UPS is supplied from the inverter circuit.
1.4 “BACKUP” indicator (LCD Panel only)
The indicator illuminates when the power is supplied from the batteries.
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1.5 “FAULT” indicator
It shows something wrong concerning about the UPS.
1.6 “ON” button
With the UPS plugged in, press the “ON” button to turn on the UPS and power the loads.
“ON” also activates the UPS‘s self-test and utility line voltage displays.
1.7 “OFF” button
Press the OFF button to turn off the UPS and the loads.
1.8 “SELECT” button (LCD Panel only)
The relevant value appears on the upper screen. There are four display modes can be
selected.
Output voltage display
Input voltage display
Input frequency
Temperature inside the UPS
1.9 “BATT” bar graph (RECTANGLE INDICATOR)
The rectangle indicator shows the percentage of battery capacity.
1.10 “LOAD” bar graph (RECTANGLE INDICATOR)
The indicator shows the power being drawn by the load.
1.11 “FAULT” codes (LCD Panel only)
The relevant value appears at the upper screen. There are seven kinds of fault modes can
be displayed.
E01: Warning of fail output
E02: Warning of wrong temperature
E03: Warning of output short circuit
E04: Warning of overload (exceeding 150%)
E05: Warning of mistaken +/- DC Bus
E06: Warning of wrong electrical charging voltage
E07: Warning of batteries mistake
Load Indicator
Light no.5
Light no.4
Light no.3
Light no.2
Light no.1
% of Load Value
over 96%
76-95 %
51-75 %
26-50 %
10-25 %
Battery Indicator
Light no.5
Light no.4
Light no.3
Light no.2
Light no.1
% of Bat Level
over 91 %
76-90 %
51-75 %
26-50%
0-25%
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Rear Panel (Tower type)
OUTPUT VOLTAGE
MODE ALIGNMENT
OUTPUT VOLTAGE
MODE ALIGNMENT
RS-232 INTERFACE
RS-232 INTERFACE
EXT.
BATTERY
EXT.
BATTERY
OUTLET
INLET
OUTLET
INLET
CIRCUIT BREAKER
CIRCUIT BREAKER
1500VA
700VA/1000VA
RS-232 INTERFACE
EXT.
BATTERY
RS-232 INTERFACE
EXT.
BATTERY
OUTLET
OUTLET
OUTLET
OUTPUT
CIRCUIT
BREAKER
TERMINAL
BLOCK
INLET
(110V)
2K / 3K
(220V)
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Rear Panel (Rack-Mount type)
FRONT VIEW
REAR VIEW
OUTLET
CIRCUIT BREAKER
OUTPUT VOLTAGE
MODE ALIGNMENT
RS-232
INTERFACE
EXT. BATTERY
INLET
700VA / 1000VA RM
OUTLET
CIRCUIT BREAKER
OUTPUT VOLTAGE
MODE ALIGNMENT
RS-232
INTERFACE
EXT. BATTERY
INLET
1500VA RM
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Rear Panel (Rack-Mount type)
REAR VIEW
REAR VIEW
OUTPUT VOLTAGE
MODE ALIGNMENT
RS-232
INTERFACE
TERMINAL BLOCK
CIRCUIT BREAKER
EXT. BATTERY
100 / 110 / 115 / 120V SYSTEM
2K / 3K RM
OUTPUT VOLTAGE
MODE ALIGNMENT
RS-232
INTERFACE
CIRCUIT BREAKER
INPUT
EXT. BATTERY
208 / 220 / 230 / 240V SYSTEM
2K / 3K RM
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1.12 EXTERNAL BATTERY PACK CONNECTOR (optional)
Batteries: Can be connected with external battery pack.
CAUTION: Use only factory supplied or authorized connecting cable for external battery!
1.13 SNMP INTERFACE PORT (optional)
Provide the SNMP adapters for 10-BaseT Ethernet and Token Ring connectors. Through
RS232 communication port, the SNMP adapter make your UPS becomes “SNMP
manageable”, provide a real time UPS and power status information for the network
manager.
Note: It‘s not necessary to use this function.
CAUTION: Use only factory supplied or authorized SNMP monitoring cable!
1.14 OUTPUT POWER RECEPTACLES
1.15 AC INPUT POWER RECEPTACLE
1.16 INPUT CIRCUIT BREAKER
It trips when the connected loads exceed the protected receptacle‘s capacity, The center
plungers of the circuit breakers extend when tripped.
1.17 SITE WIRING FAULT INDICATORS (RED LED)
It comes on when the UPS is connected to an improperly wired AC power outlet.
Note: This device is available on 110 Vac model only.
1.18 COMPUTER INTERFACE
Provide both RS-232 and relay signal to support NOVELL, UNIX, DOS, WINDOWS and
other operating systems.
1.19 “TERMINAL”
Input: Connect the input voltage
Output: Connect the output voltage.
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2. INSTALLATION
Inspect the UPS upon receipt. The packaging is recyclable; keep it for reuse or be disposed
of properly.
2.1 Placement
Install the UPS in a protected area with adequate flowing air and free of excessive dust. Do
not operate the UPS where the temperature and humidity is out of the specified limits.
2.2 Connect Computer Interface (optional)
UPS-MON series software (or other power management software) and an interface kits can
be used with this UPS. Use only kits supplied or approved by the manufacturer. If used,
connect the interface cable to the 9-pin computer interface port on the back panel of the
UPS.
Note: Computer interface connection is optional. The UPS works properly without a
computer interface connection.
CAUTION: Use only factory supplied or authorized UPS monitoring cable!
2.3 Connect external battery pack (optional)
Before connecting, make sure the external battery pack and the connector cable are
compatible.
Note: External battery connection is not necessary. The UPS works properly without
external battery pack connection. (For standard model only)
CAUTION: Use only factory supplied or external battery connection cable!
24 Charge the battery
The UPS charges its battery whenever it is connected to utility power. For best results,
charge the battery for 8 hours in the initial use.
2.5 Connect to Utility
See figure a. Please check the following items to connect the AC input power to terminal
block and power up the UPS.
2.5.1. Only to connect a circuit provided with 50 amperes for Model 3000VA and 35
amperes for Model 2000VA maximum branch circuit overcurrent protection in
accordance with National Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA 70
2.5.2. Use six No. 8 AWG type TW cable, trade size, 3/4 in. conduit, 60℃ copper wires for
input and output field wiring. (2000VA/3000VA & 2000VA/3000VA RM,
100/110/115/120 VAC)
2.5.3. Use tightening torque of 40Nm to secure input and output wires to terminal block.
(2000VA/3000VA & 2000VA/3000VA RM, 100/110/115/120 VAC)
2.6 Connect the loads
Connect the loads with the terminal block at the rear of the UPS. To use the UPS as a
master on/off switch, make sure all of the loads are switched on.
CAUTION: Never connect a laser printer or plotter to the UPS with other computer
equipment. A laser printer or plotter periodically draws significantly more power than
when its idle status, and may overload the UPS.
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2.7 Installations with accessories of “Vertical” and “Wall-mounted” types: Please
install the vertical and wall-mounted types of units according to the following illustration.
Vertical Installation
Wall-mounted installation.
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2.8 Installation with accessories of “Rack-mounted” types: Please install the types of
units according to the following illustration.
Installation with bottom bracket.
Part No: RMB-06, 2 PCS.
Screw: M5*11, 4 PCS.
Installation with rear bracket
Part No: RMB-01, 2PCS.
Screw: M5*11, 4 PCS.
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2.9 Installation with accessories of “Stack” types: Please install the types of units
according to the following illustration.
Stack installation
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3. OPERATION
3.1 Switch on
While utility input is connected to the UPS, turn on the input circuit breaker and press the
"ON" button and keep pressing over than 0.5 second. After that, connect the electrical cords
of the equipment that is going to be used such as computer or monitor with the terminal on
the rear panel of UPS.
Don't overload the machine with all the equipment used. The buzzer will beep continuously to
indicate overload status. UPS will shut down automatically to protect the machine.
Attention: If the power of UPS isn't supplied by utility but by the internal batteries to engage
the UPS, press the "ON" button and keep pressing for over 3 seconds.
CAUTION: Never connect a laser printer or plotter to the UPS with other computer
equipment. A laser printer or plotter periodically draws significantly more power than
when its idle status, and may overload the UPS.
3.2 Switch off
By pressing and holding OFF button until the “LINE NORMAL” or “BACK UP” LED off.
3.3 Silence
When UPS is under “BACKUP” mode, press “ON” button more than 1 second to silence the
audible alarm. (The function is disable when UPS is under condition of “LOW BATTERY” or
“OVERLOAD”)
Note: At back-up mode, UPS can be automatically turned off if none of the connected loads
is operating.
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4. ALARM
4.1 “BACKUP”(slow alarm)
When the UPS is working under “BACKUP” mode, the UPS would emit audible alarm. The
alarm stops when the UPS is return to “LINE” mode operation. Anyone can stop the alarm by
press the “ON” button during backup mode.
Attention: The alarm of “BACKUP” is going to beep every four seconds. (Slow-speed
beep).
Attention: The UPS provides mute function for the warning. When the beeping sound
occurs, press "ON" to stop it; and press "ON" again to regain the sound.
4.2 “LOW BATTERY” (rapid alarm)
In the “BACKUP” mode, when the energy of battery becomes to lower level. (about
20%~30%) The UPS beeps rapidly until the UPS shuts down from battery exhaustion or
returns to “LINE” mode operation.
Attention: The alarm of the batteries caused by low voltage beeps every second.
(Fast-speed beep).
Attention: The rapid alarm under “LOW BATTERY” condition can't be erased.
4.3 “FAULT” (continuous alarm)
Here is listing some “FAULT” conditions as following for reference.
4.3.1 “FAULT code 04” (LCD Panel only)
When the UPS is working under overload condition (the connected loads exceed the
maximum rated capacity), the UPS will emit continuous alarm to warn an overload
condition. In order to protect the unit and the loads, the UPS will be automatic
shutdown. Disconnect nonessential devices from UPS to eliminate the overload
alarm.
4.3.2 “FAULT code E07” (LCD Panel only)
The UPS emits continuous beeps and the “FAULT” illuminates if the battery fails within the
self-test. See section 8 to replace battery and call your dealer for services.
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5. SOFTWARE OPTIONS AND COMPUTER INTERFACE PORT
5.1 Power Monitoring Software
The UPS-MON series software (or other power monitoring software) is applied standard
RS-232 interface to perform monitoring functions, and then provides an orderly shutdown of
a computer in the event of power failure. Moreover, UPS-MON displays all the diagnostic
symptoms on monitor, such as Voltage, Frequency, Battery level and so on. The software is
available for DOS, Windows 3.1x, Windows 95/98/2000, Windows NT V3.5/4.0 or later,
Novell Netware and others. Call your dealer for more information on computer OS
compatible solutions.
5.2 Interface Kits
A series of interface kits is available for operation systems that provide UPS monitoring.
Each interface kit includes the special interface cable required to convert status signals from
the UPS into signals which individual operating system recognize. The interface cable at
UPS side must be connected to REMOTE PORT, at computer side can be either COM 1 or
COM 2. The other installation instructions and powerful features please refer to READ.ME
file.
CAUTION: Use only factory supplied or authorized UPS monitoring cable!
5.3 The characteristics of computer interface port
The computer interface port has the following characteristics:
The communication port on the back of the UPS may be connected to host computer. This
port allows the computer to monitor the status of the UPS and control the operation of the
UPS in some cases. Its major functions normally include some or all of the following:
To broadcast a warning when power fails.
To close any open file before the battery is exhausted.
To turn-off the UPS.
Some computers are equipped with a special connector to link with the communication port.
In addition, special plug-in cord may be needed. Some computers may need special UPS
monitoring software. Contact your dealer for the details on the various interface Kits.
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5.4 The pin of computer interface port
The pin of computer interface port has the following characteristics:
5.4.1. Pin 5 and 2 are open collector outputs that must be pulled up to a common
referenced supply no greater than DC +40V. The transistors are capable of a
maximum nonconductive load of DC 50 mA, Use only pin 7 as the common.
5.4.2. Pin 5 generates a High to Low signal when the battery inside the UPS has less than
5 minutes back up time left.
5.4.3. Pin 2 generates a High to Low signal when the line is fail.
5.4.4. The UPS will shut down when a high RS-232 level is sustained on pin 6 for 0.36
seconds.
5.4.5. Pin 9 is also the RS-232 data output.
5.4.6. Pin 6 is RS-232 data input (RxD)
NOTE:
1.
Switch rating +40V, 0.15A non-inductive.
2.
Pin 7 should be connected to ground only.
Communicating Interface Port
We provide a standard RS232 line (that is compatible with DB9 line) socket on the rear panel
of UPS. That port possesses several signals as explained below:
Pin#
2
4
5
6
7
Function Explanation
I/O
Power Fail-normally open status, will become closed during active OUTPUT
Reference GND for pin2,5
OUTPUT
Battery Low- normally open status, will become closed during OUTPUT
active
Remote shutdown UPS-keep this pin at high voltage(+5V~+12V) INPUT
500ms to shutdown UPS. Activates at battery mode
Reference GND for pin6
INPUT
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6. MAINTENANCE AND STORAGE
6.1 Maintenance
6.1.1.
6.1.2.
6.1.3.
6.1.4.
6.1.5.
Keep the unit clean and vacuum the ventilation intake periodically.
Wipe with soft loose and damp cloth.
Check for loose and bad connections monthly.
Never leave the unit on an uneven surface.
Position the unit to allow at least 10 cm clearance between the rear panel and the
wall. Keep the ventilation intake open.
6.1.6. Avoid direct sunlight, rain and high humidity.
6.1.7. Stay away from fire and extremely hot location.
6.1.8. Do not stack materials on top of the unit.
6.1.9. The unit should not be exposed to corrosive air.
6.1.10. The normal operating temperature is 0-40 ℃.
6.2 Storage conditions
Store the UPS covered and upright in a cool and dry location, with its battery fully charged.
Before storing, charger the UPS for at least 4 hours. Remove any accessories in the
accessory slot and disconnect any cables connected to the computer interface port to avoid
unnecessary draining the battery.
6.3 To extend the storage
During the environment where the ambient temperature is -15 to +30 ℃ (+5 to +86 ℉),
charge the UPS‘s battery every 6 months.
During the environment where the ambient temperature is +30 to +45 ℃ (+86 to +113 ℉),
charge the UPS‘s battery every 3 months.
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7. BATTERY REPLACEMENT AND BATTERY PACK INSTALLATION
7.1 Battery’s life of UPS
The battery’s life of UPS is about 3-6 years under normal usage.
7.2 Battery Replacement
See figure. UPS and external battery pack.
Once the UPS’s battery is no longer useful and must be replaced. Please follow the
instructions for easy battery replacement.
7.2.1. Unplug unit from AC power source and disconnect all connected equipment.
7.2.2. Disconnect AC power cord from UPS.
7.2.3. Make serial connection of the battery packs. Make sure they are at proper voltage.
7.2.4. First, connect the electric wire with the ends of the battery packs.
Attention: Do not connect it with the end of UPS, or it will cause an electrical shock. The
red wire with a tag should be connected with the positive end(+) of the battery packs;
connect the black wire with the negative end(-) of the battery packs.
7.2.5. Connect with the utility while the UPS is at its no-load position.
7.2.6. Connect the battery terminals on the rear panel connector of UPS with the electrical
wires of battery series. (See the following picture.)
Attention: The positive/negative ends of the electric wire of batteries should be at the same
position as the positive/negative ends of the connector on UPS rear panel. That is,
the positive ends of the electrical wire of batteries should be connected with the
positive ends of the connector on UPS rear panel; the negative ones with the
negative ones of the connector. If not, there will be an explosion danger.
7.2.7. You can now easily remove the battery from the UPS
CAUTION: Do not dispose of battery in fire.
CAUTION: Do not attempt to open the battery.
CAUTION: The following precautions should be taken when replacing the battery
a. Remove watches, rings, etc…
b. Use tools with insulated handles
7.2.8. Place your new battery in the same position/direction and reconnect the red wires to
positive (+) polarity and black wire to negative (-) polarity.
7.2.9. Please follow steps 5,4 and 3 (in that order) to reconnect the entire unit.
7.2.10. Please follow manual instructions to reconnect your equipment.
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APPENDIX A TROUBLESHOOTING
Problems
1. UPS can't
operate after
pressing On/Off
switches
2. No lights on, no
warning sounds
Indicates no utility,
and it warns every
several seconds
Possible Reasons
Input power source
mistake
Non-fuse switch on the
rear panel hasn't been
opened
Time of pressing the ON
button is too short
Output short circuit or
overload on UPS
No power source input
Non-fuse switch on the
rear panel hasn't been
opened
Fault light is on, the UPS is broken
buzzer keeps
beeping
Buzzer keeps
Overload
beeping
Utility Indicating
There is an open circuit
light is shining
on UPS input protector
The voltage of utility is
exceeding UPS input
range
Available time of the 1. Batteries haven't
batteries is too short
been charged
2. UPS overload
3. Batteries are aged
and can't be charged
fully
The charger is out of
order
The battery’s light is The voltage of batteries
flashing when the
is too low or the
power of UPS is
batteries haven't been
supplied by utility. connected
Solutions
Check out the power source
Press the non-fuse switch to its "on" position
Keep pressing the ON button over 1 second
Turn off UPS, take off all load to make sure
there are no problems on it or any internal
short circuit. Keep pressing the ON button
over 1 second
Check out the input power source
Press the Non-fuse switch to its "on" position
Contact the dealer or service center for help
Take off some load
Move the Input Non-fuse switch back to its
normal position, re-engage UPS
Save the digital data and shutdown the
applying program to make sure utility is
within UPS range
Keep UPS "ON" for over 3 hours to recharge
the batteries. Check out the loading and
take off any non-crucial load equipment
Contact the dealer or service center for help
Check out the batteries part of UPS, make
sure they are well connected. If there is any
damage on battery packs, replace new ones
ASAP
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APPENDIX B SPECIFICATIONS
Tower model
19" rack-mount model
Power Rating P.F.=0.7
AC Input
Battery
AC output
Efficiency
Transfer
Noise Level
LED
Indicators
Alarm
700VA
1000VA
1500VA
2000VA
3000VA
700VA RM 1000VA RM 1500VA RM 2000VA RM 3000VA RM
700VA
1KVA
1.5KVA
2KVA
3KVA
490W
700W
1050W
1400W
2100W
Voltage
100V:76V-130V 110V:80V-138V 115V:83.5V-140V
120V:87V-140V
208V:152V-260V 220V:160V-276V 230V:167V-280V
240V:174V-280V
Frequency
50Hz or 60Hz ± 3Hz
Phase
Single phase
Power factor
0.98
Dc voltage
24V
36V
48V
72V
96V
Back-up Time Full Load
5min
7min
5min
9min
7min
Half Load
12min
20min
17min
20min
15min
Type
Sealed lead acid battery, free maintenance
Protection
Cut off without draining any current when battery low
Recharge time
About 8 hours to 90% after fully discharged
Frequency
50Hz/60Hz (Auto detection)
Voltage
100/110/115/120V or 208/220/230/240V
Voltage regulation
± 2% (except 3000VA/110V ± 3%, 3000VA RM/110V ± 3%
Frequency stability
± 0.5%
Power factor
0.7 (lagging)
Harmonic distortion
<3% of T.H.D. at linear load
Overload detection
105% for 10 seconds and 130% ± 10% for 300ms
Crest factor ratio
3:1
AC to AC
>85%
Power failure or
0ms
recovery
Overload disappear
Auto transfer to UPS
1m. distance
<45dBA
<52dBA
Status
line input (green), inverter output (green), bypass (yellow), fault
(red)
Battery capacity
4 green, 1 red LED and red bar LEDs indicated low capacity
Load level
4 green, 1 red LED and red bar LEDs indicated overload
capacity
Battery discharge
The first warning will beep every 4 seconds to indicate battery in
use.
The second warning will beep every 1 second to signal battery
low condition.
UPS fault
Continuous beeping sound
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Tower model
19" rack-mount model
Environment Temperature
Humidity
Interface
Support both
RS232&dry contact
signal
Physical size Tower model
WxDxH(mm)
19"
rack-mount
Net weight
Tower model
(kg)
19"
rack-mount
700VA
1000VA
1500VA
2000VA
3000VA
700VA RM 1000VA RM 1500VA RM 2000VA RM 3000VA RM
0°C -40°C
0%-95% (Non condensing)
Provide power management & diangostic functions including
power status, Battery low, schedule UPS ON/OFF, battery-load
level display and more compatible with Windows 95/98/NT,
Novell, Unix and other popular systems.
145x400x220
192x460x385
(5.7"x15.7"x8.7")
(7.6"x18.1"x15.2")
483x400x130
483x470x130"
(19"x15.7"x5.1")
(19"x18.5"x5.1")
8.9(19.6lb) 11.3(24.9lb) 13.9(30.6lb) 28.1(61.8lb) 33.3(73.3lb)
21.1(46.5lb) 23.5(51.7lb) 26.1(57.6lb) 27(59.4lb) 31(68.2lb)
©2002.06.13 Version 3.0 All right Reserved.
All trademarks are property of their respective owners. Specifications subject to change without notice.
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