Continuous Power Series
User’s Manual
MCP 6001
MCP 10001
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 Explanation of symbols
1.2 System description
1.3 Product specification
Electrical specifications
Operating environment
Mechanical specification
1.4 Switches and displays
1.5 Safety
1.6 Communication port
1.7 RS232 interface
2. INSTALLATION AND OPERATION
2.1 Unpacking and inspection
2.2 Installation
2.3 Wiring description
3. TROUBLESHOOTING
APPLICATION NOTES
1. START UP
2. OUTPUT VOLTAGE SETTING
3. DISPLAYS AND ALARMS
1. Load level and battery capacity
2. Alarm for inverter short-circuiting and output overvoltage
3. Alarm for bus overvoltage
4. Alarm for over-temperature
5. Display and alarm for overload
6. Alarm for BATTERY WEAK or BATTERY BAD
7. Alarm for abnormal input voltage
8. Battery over-voltage alarm
9. Bypass S.T.S short alarm
10. Inverter S.T.S short alarm
4. LIMITED PRODUCT WARRANTY
5. DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
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1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS
Some or all of the following symbols may be used in this manual or may appear on your unit. Please take a moment to
familiarize yourself with these symbols and their associated meanings.
1.2 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
The MCP SERIES UPS is an advanced True On-Line sinewave Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) with automatic bypass. It
provides reliable, regulated, transient-free AC power to your sensitive equipment, ranging from computers and telecommunication systems to computerized instruments. Because the UPS is in the on-line topology type of design, conditioned power is
provided continuously to its connected devices. Unlike standby UPS’s, its on-line structure always regulates and filters output
power when commercial power is present. During line power failure, the unit employs its internal maintenance-free battery to
supply back-up power without any transfer time. In the event of an overload or inverter failure, the UPS will transfer to bypass
mode as an alternate source. The UPS can transfer back to the inverter mode automatically after the overload condition has
been cleared. All transfers noted above occur with zero transfer time that can ensure your equipment’s continuous operation.
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1.3 PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Input
Model
No.
Power
Rating
Freq.
(Hz)
MCP 6001
6KVA
4.2KW
50/60
170-276
VAC
MCP10001
10KVA
7KW
50/60
170-276
VAC
Voltage
Output
Current
33A
56A
Voltage
120, 120/120, 208,
120/208, 240, 120/240V
120, 120/120, 208,
120/208, 240, 120/240V
Current
50, 25/25, 28.8,
25/28.8, 25, 25/25A
83.3, 41.7/41.7, 48.1,
41.7/48.1, 41.7, 41.7/41.7A
INPUT
Voltage:
Phase:
Frequency:
Power factor:
As listed
single phase with ground
50/60Hz +/- 5%, auto selection
>/= 0.97
OUTPUT
Output voltage regulation:
Power factor:
Frequency regulation:
Distortion:
Overload Capacity:
Load Crest Ratio
+/-3%
0.7 lag to unity
+/-5%, phase lock to input under normal conditions, +/-0.5% of nominal frequency,
under normal operation or battery mode.
+/-3.0% THD at full linear load, +/-7% THD at full non-linear load
>130% +/-10% for 200 ms, 105% for 10 second
3:1 maximum
OPERATING ENVIRONMENT
Ambient temperature:
Operation humidity:
Altitude:
Storage temperature:
10 to 40 degrees Centigrade
20% to 90%, non-condensing
less than 1500M above sea level
-15 to 40º C
MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Model Number
Dimensions
HxWxD
Weight
Net (Shipping)
MCP 6001
31.5 x 10.25 x 23.25 in.
80 x 26 x 59 cm
296(311.6)lb.
134.3(141.3)Kg
MCP10001
38 x 13.5 x 26.5 in.
96.5 x 34.3 x 67.3 cm
519.6(552.2)lb.
235.7(250.5)Kg
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MCP Control Panel
MCP 6001
Front View
MCP 10001
Front View
MCP 6001
Rear View
MCP 10001
Rear View
1.4 SWITCHES AND DISPLAYS
◆ ON/OFF switches: Push the “ ON “ button until the alarm sounds to turn on UPS. Push “ OFF “ button until the alarm sounds
to turn off UPS.
◆ LINE LED: This light is on when the incoming AC line is normal.
◆ BYPASS LED: T his light is on when the UPS is providing power directly from the incoming AC line through the bypass route.
◆ INVERTER LED: The light is on when the UPS is operating in “ INVERTER MODE “
◆ FAULT LED: The light is on when the UPS is in fault condition and the alarm will sound continuously.
◆ LOAD LEVEL & BATTERY CAPACITY LEVEL: The lights form the bar graph indicate how much load or battery capacity
is present in the UPS. Each LED represents a different level:
first LED 0-35%
second LED 35-55%
third LED 55-75%
fourth LED 75-95%
fifth LED 95-110%
The bar graph shows load level during line mode. The number of “ ON “ LEDs increases upwards as the load increases. The
UPS will go to battery mode when AC line power fails and the bar graph displays remaining battery capacity. The number of
“ON” LEDs decreases upwards with the decreasing of battery capacity.
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1.5 Safety
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
This manual contains important instructions for MCP SERIES series that SHOULD BE FOLLOWED DURING INSTALLATION
AND MAINTENANCE of the UPS and the batteries. The sound pressure level at the operator’s position is equal to or less than
60dB(A).
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS!
WARNING: CHANGES OR MODIFICATIONS TO THIS UNIT NOT EXPRESSLY APPROVED BY THE
PARTY RESPONSIBLE FOR COMPLIANCE COULD VOID THE USER’S AUTHORITY TO OPERATE THE
EQUIPMENT.
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK IN CONDITIONS WHERE LOAD EQUIPMENT GROUNDING CANNOT BE VERIFIED, DISCONNECT THE UPS FROM THE AC POWER OUTLET
BEFORE INSTALLING A COMPUTER INTERFACE CABLE. RECONNECT THE POWER CORD ONLY
AFTER ALL SIGNALING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE.
NOTICE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A diigital
device, persuant to part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause interference to radio communications. Operation of this
equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference, in which case the user will be
required to correct the interference at his own expense.
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class A limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus set out in the Radio
interference regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications.
Le présent appeil numérique n’emit pas de bruits radioélectroniques dépassant les limites applicables aus appareils
numérique de las Class A prescrites dans le Rélement sur le brouillage radioélectronique édicte par le ministerédés Communications du Canada.
PARA SYSTEMS LIFE SUPPORT POLICY
As a general policy, Para Systems Inc. (Para Systems) does not recommend the use of any of its products in life support
applications where failure or malfunction of the Para Systems product can be reasonably expected to cause failure of the life
support device or to significantly affect its safety or effectiveness. Para Systems does not recommend the use of any of its
products in direct patient care. Para Systems will not knowingly sell its products for use in such applications unless it receives
in writing assurances satisfactory to Para Systems that (a) the risks of injury or damage have been minimized, (b) the customer
assumes all such risks, and (c) the liability of Para Systems Inc. is adequately protected under the circumstances.
Examples of devices considered to be life support devices are neonatal oxygen analyzers, nerve stimulators (whether used for
anesthesia, pain relief, or other purposes), autotransfusion devices, blood pumps, defibrillators, arrhythmia detectors and
alarms, pacemakers, hemodialysis systems, peritoneal dialysis systems, neonatal ventilator incubators, ventilators for both
adults and infants, anesthesia ventilators, and infusion pumps as well as any other devices designated as “critical” by the
United States FDA.
Hospital grade wiring devices and leakage current may be ordered as options on many PARA SYSTEMS UPS systems. PARA
SYSTEMS does not claim that units with this modification are certified or listed as Hospital Grade by PARA SYSTEMS or any
other organization. Therefore, these units do not meet the requirements for use in direct patient care.
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CAUTIONS:
The UPS contains voltages which are potentially hazardous. All repairs should be performed by qualified service personnel. The UPS has its own internal energy source (battery). The output may be ‘hot” even when the UPS is not connected to
the AC supply.
The voltage the internal batteries create is:
Model Number
MCP6001
MCP10001
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Battery Voltage
240 VDC
For the safety of the UPS, do not connect an imbalanced load.
An insulated grounding conductor should be identical in size, thickness, and insulation material to the grounded and
ungrounded branch-circuit supply conductors. The wire, which should be green or green with one or more yellow stripes,
is to be installed as part of the branch circuit that supplies the unit. Grounding conductor must be minimum #8 AWG wire.
The grounding conductor described in the above item shall be grounded to the earth end of the protected equipment.
These sealed non-spillable maintenance-free lead-acid batteries have pressure operated vents.
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 of the following type: Matsushita (Panasonic) Electric Works
Type LCR12V7.2P (12V 7.2 AH), CSB Battery Co., Ltd Type GP1270F2 (12V 7.0AH) or Yuasa Type NP7-12 (12V7AH).
CAUTION - Do not dispose of any battery in a fire as it may explode. Lead-acid batteries generate hydrogen gas. Do
not smoke when near batteries.
CAUTION - Do not open or mutilate the battery or batteries. The electrolyte is a dilute sulfuric acid. Released electrolyte
is harmful to the skin and eyes. It may be toxic. It is electrically conductive and corrosive.
CAUTION - A battery can present a risk of electric shock and high short circuit current. The following precautions should
be observed when working on batteries:
● Remove watches, rings and/or other metal objects.
● Use tools with insulated handles.
● Wear rubber gloves and boots. Wear full eye protection and protective clothing.
● If electrolyte contacts the skin, wash it off immediately with water. If electrolyte contacts the eyes, flush thoroughly
and immediately with water. Seek medical attention.
● Spilled electrolyte should be washed down with a suitable acid neutralizing agent. Use approximately 1pound of
bicarbonate soda to approximately one gallon of water. The solution should be added until reaction has ceased.
The resulting liquid should be flushed with water.
● Do not lay tools or metal parts on top of batteries.
● Discharge static electricity from body before touching batteries by first touching a grounded metal surface.
● Disconnect charging source prior to connecting or disconnecting battery terminals.
● Determine if the battery is inadvertently grounded. If inadvertently grounded, remove source of ground. Contact
with any part of a grounded battery can result in electric shock. The likelihood of such shock will be reduced if such
grounds are removed during installation and maintenance.
The safe and continuous operation of the UPS depends partially on the care taken by the user. Please note the following
precautions:
● Do not disassemble the UPS.
● Do not place the UPS near water or in an environment of excessive humidity.
● Do not allow liquid or any foreign object to get inside the UPS.
● Do not block air vents in the front of the UPS or air exhaust holes in the back.
● Do not place the UPS under direct sunshine or close to heat-emitting source.
● For prevention of UPS failure, please do not change the voltage setting switches while thew UPS is on.
HAZARDOUS VOLTAGE
● Battery circuit is not isolated from the input voltage. There may be a hazardous voltage between battery terminals
and ground. Check it before touching!
● Even after disconnection from the mains input voltage, components inside the UPS are still connected to the battery
and are )a hazardous potential. Disconnect the battery supply circuit before carrying out servicing or maintenance
work.
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1.6 COMMUNICATION PORT
The UPS provides an RS232 serial port to communicate with a host computer. The host computer can monitor the UPS
through this RS232 communication port.
The data format of RS232 is as follows:
Baud Rate : 2400 bps
Data Length : 8 bits
Ending Code : 1 bit
Parity Bit : none
1.7 RS-232 IINTERFACE
The following is the pin assignment and description of DB-9 connector:
Pin #
2
3
5
Description
RS232 Rx
RS232 Tx
Ground
I/O
input
output
input
2. INSTALLATION AND OPERATION
2.1 UNPACKING AND INSPECTION
Examine the packing carton for damage. Notify the carrier immediately if damage is present. Retain the packing carton for
future use.
2.2 INSTALLATION
The UPS should be installed by professional service personnel. To prevent an overbalance of this equipent, the supporter
must be mounted at the bottom of the enclosure. Please install the supporter to the UPS at the bottom side with six screws (see
Figure 1). Install the supporter at the bottom of the UPS. With the installation of the supporter, tipping of the UPS should be
prevented. The socket-outlet should be near the equipment and easily accessible.
Notes:
● The UPS should be placed in a flat location with a distance of at least 10cm from the wall to the vent. In addition, keep the
UPS away from heat-emitting sources, direct sunshine, rain, or erosive gas.
● Do not place any objects on the top of the UPS.
● The function of an alarm silence is available. Users can silence the alarm by pressing the “ON” button. Press it again will
re-activate the alarm (except when the battery is in low-battery mode.)
● Press the button and hold it for more than 0.5 second to ensure safe operation.
Figure 1
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2.3 WIRING DESCRIPTION
The wiring method for the MCP SERIES is shown in Figure A.
Figure A - Wiring Diagram for MCP 6001, & MCP10001
REAR VIEW
Wiring Instructions:
1. Utility panel circuit breaker required is 35A or larger
2. Utility wire guage must be 8 guage or larger.
3. Connect utility per drawing.
4. Connect output load connections and jumper wires for correct voltages per drawings.
5. Use proper size AWG wires for all connections.
6 KV A
O NLY
1 0 KV A
ONLY
NOTE: PARA SYSTEMS DOES NOT PROVIDE AC OUTPUT OVERCURRENT PROTECTION. OUTPUT OVERCURRENT PROTECTION IS TO BE PROVIDED BY THE USER.
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OUTPUT VOLTAGE CONFIGURATIONS
L1
OUTPUT CONFIGURATION #1 = 120VAC
L2
L3
L4
N
G
120VAC
L1
OUTPUT CONFIGURATION #2 = 120VAC / 120VAC
L2
L3
L4
N
G
120VAC
120VAC
L1
OUTPUT CONFIGURATION #3 = 208VAC
L2
L3
L4
N
G
208VAC
L1
OUTPUT CONFIGURATION #4 = 120VAC / 208VAC
L2
L3
L4
N
120VAC
120VAC
208VAC
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G
L1
OUTPUT CONFIGURATION #5 = 240VAC
L2
L3
L4
N
G
240VAC
L1
OUTPUT CONFIGURATION #6 = 120VAC / 240VAC
L2
L3
L4
N
120VAC
G
120VAC
240VAC
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When using an isolation tranasformer, ensure that the load is balanced.
When using #6 AWG wire 2 in. are required for wire bending space opposite the terminals. 1 1/2 in. for #8 AWG.
3 in. for #3 AWG and #4 AWG. 3 1/2 in. for #2 AWG.
For 6KVA output configuration #1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, and #7 use #6 AWG, 75ºC copper wire. For 10KVA
output voltage configuration #1, use #2 AWG,115ºC copper wire. For configurations #2, #3, #4, #5, and #6 use
#6 AWG, 75ºC copper wire.
Tightening torque for pressure wire connectors having screws
Tightening torque, pound-inches (N-m)
Slotted head No. 10 (4.7mm) and Larger
Slot width - over
Size of wire that is to be used Slot width - 0.047 in.
(1.2mm) or less, and
0.047 in. (1.2mm)
for connection of the unit
slot length - 1/4 inch and slot length - 1/4
(6.4mm) or less
inch (6.4mm)
AWG/kcmil
mm2
8
8.4
25 (2.8)
25 (2.8)
6-4
13.3-21.2
35 (4.0)
45 (5.1)
3
26.7
35 (4.0)
50 (5.6)
2
33.6
40 (4.5)
50 (5.6)
Hexagonal head - external
drive socket wrench
Split-bolt
Other
connectors connections
80 (9.0)
75 (8.5)
165 (18.6)
110 (12.4)
275 (31.1)
150 (16.9)
275 (31.1)
150 (16.9)
Size of grounding electrode conductors (copper wire)
Maximum current
rating (amperes)
60
90
100
150
Maximum size of
equipment grounding or
bonding conductor AWG
10
8
8
6
Minimum size of
grounding electrode
conductor AWG
8
8
6
6
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Maximum size of
equipment grounding or
bonding conductor AWG
8
8
6
6
3. TROUBLESHOOTING
The TROUBLESHOOTING CHART covers most of the difficulties you may encounter under normal working conditions.
TROUBLESHOOTING CHART
Problem
Possible cause
Problem
“FAULT” LED lights, alarm
beeps continuously
UPS failure
Call for service
Backup time is less than
the rating
Battery is not fully
charged,
dead battery,
charger failure
Recharge battery for at
least 6 hours, retest the
backup time. If problem
remains, call for service
Buzzer beeps twice per
second
Overloaded
Remove the least critical
load
OBTAINING SERVICE
If the UPS requires service;
1. Use the TROUBLESHOOTING CHART to eliminate obvious causes.
2. Verify that no circuit breakers are tripped. A tripped circuit breaker is the most common problem.
3. Call your dealer for assistance. If you cannot reach your dealer, or if he cannot resolve the problem. call or FAX MINUTEMAN
Technical Support at the following numbers: Voice phone (972) 446-7363, FAX line (972) 446-9011, e-mail:
support@minutemanups.com. Please have the following information available BEFORE calling technical support.
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
Your Name and address.
Where and when the unit was purchased.
All of the model information on the rear of your UPS.
Any information on the failure, including LEDs that may be illuminated.
A description of the protected equipment, including model numbers if possible.
4. A technician will ask you for the above information and, if possible, help solve your problem over the phone. In the event that
the unit requires factory service, the technician will issue you a Return Material Authorization Number (RMA #). If the UPS is
under warranty, the repairs will be done at no charge. If not, there will be a charge for repair.
5. Pack the UPS in its original packaging. If the original packaging is no longer available, ask the technical support technician
about obtaining a new set. It is important to pack the UPS properly in order to avoid damage in transit. Never use Styrofoam
beads for a packing material. Include a letter with your name, address, day time phone number, RMA number, a copy of your
original sales receipt, and a brief description of the trouble.
6. Mark the RMA # on the outside of all packages. The factory cannot accept any package without the RMA # marked on
the outside.
7. Return the UPS by insured, prepaid carrier to:
Para Systems Inc.
MINUTEMAN UPS
1455 LeMay Drive
Carrollton, Tx. 75007
ATTN: RMA#
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APPLICATION NOTES
1. START-UP
1. Turn on Input breaker and the Battery breaker (10KVA) on the rear panel after checking the power wiring. The cooling fans
should be rotating and the control panel should show the display as below.
Figure 1.1-1 Bypass Mode
(Load LED display depends of load level)
2. Then press the “|” button. After 10 seconds, the control panel will become what is shown in Fig. 1.2-1.
3. Turn on the output breaker located on the rear panel to provide power to the load.
Figure 1.2-1 Inverter Mode
4. The UPS should be successfully started.
5. If the UPS is in normal operation, the user can run a battery-mode test by pushing the “ON” button. The four LED’s on
the lower half of the control panel (i.e. line, bypass, battery, inverter) will flash.
6. To turn off the UPS, push the “OFF” button, then turn off the Input breaker and the Battery breaker (10KVA).
2. OUTPUT VOLTAGE SETTING
Four voltage options are available (208V, 220V, 230V, 240V). Users can set the desired voltage through DIP SWITCHES located
on the rear panel. The output voltage can be switched according to the instructions below:
1. Press the “OFF “ button to turn off the UPS.
2. Switch the output breaker to the OFF position.
3. Turn off Input breaker and the Battery breaker (10KVA).
4. Wait until the fans stop turning, then switch the DIP SWITCHES to the desired voltage position. Table 2-1, also printed under
DIP SWITCHES, shows these four positions and their corresponding voltage levels.
5. After setting the DIP switches, turn on the Input breaker and the Battery breaker (10KVA), press the “| “ button and then turn
on the output breaker. The voltage setting has been successfully changed when the UPS switches to INVERTER mode.
Table 2-1
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3. DISPLAYS AND ALARMS
1. Load level and battery capacity is represented by 5 LEDs on the upper half of control panel (the 6th LED means FAULT).
(A). When the UPS is in the On-Line mode, the 5 LEDs represent load level. They denote 0%~35%, 35%~55%, 55%~75%,
75%~95% and 95%~105% (from buttom to top) of maximum load capacity. If the load amount reaches 105%~130%, the UPS
is in overload such that the 6 LEDs would illuminate simultaneously. The UPS will then switch to BYPASS mode10 seconds
later. In addition, if the load is over 130%, the UPS will switch to BYPASS immediately.
Figure 3.1-2 Bypass Mode
Figure 3.1-1 Inverter Mode
(B). During an AC line power failure, these 5 LEDs represent the remaining battery capacity. The LED’s will extinguish by the
sequence from bottom to top as the battery voltage level decreases.
Figure 3.1-3 Battery Mode
2. An alarm will sound continuously during inverter short-circuiting or an output overvoltage condition.
Figure 3.2-1 Line Mode
Figure 3.2-2 Battery Mode
3. An alarm will sound continuously during a bus overvoltage condition.
Figure 3.3-1 Line Mode
Figure 3.3-2 Battery Mode
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4. An alarm sounds continuously during an over-temperature condition.
Figure 3.4-2 Battery Mode
Figure 3.4-1 Line Mode
5. Display and alarm for overload.
The alarm will sound once every 0.5 seconds during an overload condition. While in inverter mode, the alarm can be silenced
by pressing the “OFF” button. In the Battery Test mode, the UPS will go to BYPASS immediately and the alarm will sound
continuously.
Figure 3.5-2 Inverter Mode
Figure 3.5-1 Bypass Mode
Figure 3.5-4 Battery Test
Figure 3.5-3 Battery Mode Overload
6. Alarm for Weak Battery or Bad Battery.
(A) Weak Battery - when the battery voltage goes below 215V, the Battery LED will flash.
(B) Bad Battery - If the battery voltage falls below 140V, an alarm will sound continuously. The Battery LED will flash and the
Fault LED will illuminate and the UPS will stay in the INVERTER mode. If AC line power fails during this condition, the UPS will
shut down.
Figure 3.6-1 Weak Battery
Figure 3.6-2 Bad Battery
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7. Alarm for abnormal input voltage.
A) During Start-up, the Line LED will flash if the input voltage drops below 185V or above 261V. Pressing the “|” button will not
switch the UPS from Bypass Mode to Inverter Mode.
(B)During operation, the UPS will switch from Inverter Mode to Battery Mode if the input voltage drops below 170V or above
276V.
(C) In Battery Mode, the UPS does not change mode even if the line power recovers when voltage is below 170V or above 276V.
If voltage is between 185V and 261V, the UPS will switch back to Line Mode.
Figure 3.7-2 Battery Mode
Figure 3.7-1 Bypass Mode
8. Battery Mode over-voltage alarm.
When the battery voltage exceeds 300V, the alarm will sound continuously and show the display below:
Figure 3.8-1 Bypass Mode
Figure 3.8-2 Inverter Mode
NOTE: In Battery Mode, the batteries are discharging, hence no alarm sounds.
9. Bypass STS short alarm.
The system will detect if the bypass STS gets shorted when the line breaker is turned on. If the STS short is detected, the
display shows as below and the alarm sounds continuously.
Figure 3.9 Bypass Short Alarm
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10. Inverter STS short alarm.
The system will detect if the inverter STS is shorted when the “ON” button on the control panel is pressed. If the STS short is
detected, the display shows as below and the alarm sounds continuously.
Figure 10.1 Inverter STS short alarm
LIMITED PRODUCT WARRANTY
Para Systems Inc. (Para Systems) warrants this equipment, when properly applied and operated within specified conditions,
against faulty materials or workmanship for a period of two years from the date of original purchase by the end user. For
equipment sites within the United States and Canada, this warranty covers repair or replacement of defective equipment at the
discretion of Para Systems. Repair will be from the nearest authorized service center. Replacement parts and warranty labor
will be borne by Para Systems. For equipment located outside of the United States and Canada, Para Systems only covers
faulty parts. Para Systems products repaired or replaced pursuant to this warranty shall be warranted for the unexpired portion
of the warranty applying to the original product. This warranty applies only to the original purchaser who must have properly
registered the product within 10 days of purchase.
The warranty shall be void if (a) the equipment is damaged by the customer, is improperly used, is subjected to an adverse
operating environment, or is operated outside the limits of its electrical specifications; (b) the equipment is repaired or
modified by anyone other than Para Systems or Para Systems-approved personnel; or (c) has been used in a manner contrary
to the product’s operating manual or other written instructions.
Any technical advice furnished before or after delivery in regard to use or application of Para Systems’ equipment is furnished
without charge and on the basis that it represents Para Systems’ best judgment under the circumstances, but it is used at the
recipient’s sole risk.
EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, PARA SYSTEMS MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Some states do not permit limitation of
implied warranties; therefore, the aforesaid limitation(s) may not apply to the purchaser.
EXCEPT AS PROVIDED ABOVE, IN NO EVENT WILL PARA SYSTEMS BE LIABLE FOR DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF THE USE OF THIS PRODUCT, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE
POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE. Specifically, Para Systems is not liable for any costs, such as lost profits or revenue, loss of
equipment, loss of use of equipment, loss of software, loss of data, cost of substitutes, claims by third parties, or otherwise.
The sole and exclusive remedy for breach of any warranty, expressed or implied, concerning Para Systems’ products and the
only obligation of Para Systems hereunder, shall be the repair or replacement of defective equipment, components, or parts;
or, at Para Systems’ option, refund of the purchase price or substitution with an equivalent replacement product. This warranty
gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
Longer term and F.O.B. job site warranties are available at extra cost. Contact Para Systems (1-972-446-7363) for details.
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Application of Council Directive(s): 89/336/EEC, 7/23/EEC
Standard(s) to which Conformity is Declared: EN50091-2, EN50091-1_
Manufacturer’s Name:
Para Systems, Inc.
(MINUTEMAN UPS)_
Manufacturer’s Address: 1455 LeMay Drive
Carrollton, Texas 75007 USA
Type of Equipment: Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS)
Model No: MCP 6001, MCP 10001__
Year of Manufacture: Beginning 1998_
I, the undersigned, hereby declare that the equipment specified above conforms to the
above Directive(s).
Shawn Delavar
_____Shawn Delavar____
(Name)
(Signature)
Date: December 14, 1998
Regulatory Compliance Engineer
(Position)
Place: Carrollton, Tx USA
Page A6
Notes:
Para Systems, Inc.
1455 LeMay Dr.
Carrollton, TX 75007
Phone: (972) 446-7363
Fax: (972) 446-9011
Internet: www.minutemanups.com
UPS Sizing: sizemyups.com
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