AC Power Systems For Business-Critical Continuity™ Liebert® GXT2U™ User Manual - 120V, 500-3000VA TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.0 GLOSSARY OF SYMBOLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 2.0 INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 3.0 MAJOR COMPONENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 3.1 Transient Voltage Surge Suppression (TVSS) and EMI/RFI Filters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 3.2 Rectifier/Power Factor Correction (PFC) Circuit . . . . . . 5 3.3 Inverter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 3.4 Battery Charger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 3.5 DC to DC Converter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 3.6 Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 3.7 Dynamic Bypass . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 3.8 Liebert GXT2U, Rear View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 4.0 INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 4.1 Preparation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 4.2 Tower UPS Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 4.3 Rack-Mount UPS Conversion and Installation . . . . . . . 9 4.4 External Battery Cabinet Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 5.0 CONTROLS AND INDICATORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 5.1 ON/Alarm Silence/Manual Battery Test Button . . . . . 14 5.2 Standby/Manual Bypass Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 5.3 Load/Battery Level Indicators (4 Green, 1 Amber) . . . 15 5.4 Fault Indicator LED (Red) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 5.5 Bypass Indicator LED (Amber) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 5.6 UPS ON Indicator LED (Green) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 5.7 Battery Indicator LED (Amber). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 5.8 AC Input Indicator LED (Green). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 5.9 Output Voltage Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 i 6.0 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 6.1 Normal Mode Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 6.2 Bypass Mode Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 6.3 Battery Mode Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 6.4 Battery Recharge Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 7.0 COMMUNICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 7.1 Communications Interface Port. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 7.2 Pins 4 & 5 - Remote Shutdown on Battery . . . . . . . . . . 20 7.3 Pins 5 & 6 - Any-Mode Shutdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 7.3.1 7.3.2 Auto-Enable Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Pin 6 Logic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 7.4 UPS Intelligent Communications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 8.0 CONFIGURATION PROGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 8.1 Liebert GXT2U Configuration Program Abilities . . . . 23 8.1.1 What You Will Need . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 9.0 MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 9.1 Battery Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 9.1.1 Internal Battery Replacement Procedures . . . . . . . . 25 9.2 Fuse Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 10.0 TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 11.0 SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 12.0 BATTERY CABINET SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 13.0 BATTERY RUN TIMES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 14.0 PRODUCT WARRANTY REGISTRATION. . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 TABLES Table 1 Table 2 Troubleshooting guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Alarm conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 ii IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ! WARNING Opening or removing the cover may expose you to lethal voltages within this unit even when it is apparently not operating and the input wiring is disconnected from the electrical source. Observe all cautions and warnings in this manual. Failure to do so MAY result in serious injury or death. Refer all UPS and battery service to qualified service personnel. Do not attempt to service this product yourself. Never work alone. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS This manual contains important safety instructions. Read all safety, installation, and operating instructions before operating the Uninterruptible Power System (UPS). Adhere to all warnings on the unit and in this manual. Follow all operating and user instructions. Individuals without previous training can install and operate this equipment. It is not intended for use with life support and other designated “critical” devices. Maximum load must not exceed that shown on the UPS rating label. The UPS is designed for data processing equipment. If uncertain, consult your local dealer or Liebert representative. This UPS is designed for use on a properly grounded (earthed), 50Hz or 60Hz, 120V supply (programmable for 100, 110, 115, 120 and 127VAC output). Installation instructions and warning notices are located in this manual. ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY—The Liebert GXT2U™ Series complies with the limits for a CLASS A DIGITAL DEVICE, PURSUANT TO Part 15 of FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Operating this device in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference that users must correct at their own expense. Operate the UPS in an indoor environment only in an ambient temperature range of 32°F to +104°F (0°C to +40°C). Install it in a clean environment, free from moisture, flammable liquids, gases and corrosive substances. 1 This UPS contains no user serviceable parts except the internal battery pack. The UPS ON/Standby push buttons do not electrically isolate internal parts. Under no circumstances attempt to gain access internally other than to replace the batteries due to risk of electric shock or burn. Do not continue to use the UPS if the front panel indications are not in accordance with these operating instructions or if the UPS performance alters in use. Refer all faults to your local dealer, Liebert representative or the Liebert Worldwide Support Group. Servicing of batteries should be performed or supervised by personnel knowledgeable of batteries and the required precautions. Keep unauthorized personnel away from the batteries. PROPER DISPOSAL OF BATTERIES IS REQUIRED. REFER TO YOUR LOCAL LAWS AND REGULATIONS FOR BATTERY DISPOSAL REQUIREMENTS. Never block or insert any object into the ventilation holes or other openings of the UPS. DO NOT CONNECT equipment that could overload the UPS or demand half-wave rectification from the UPS, for example: electric drills, vacuum cleaners, laser printers or hairdryers. Storing magnetic media on top of the UPS may result in data loss or corruption. Turn the UPS off and isolate the UPS before cleaning; use only a soft cloth, never liquid or aerosol cleaners. Keep the front and rear vents free of dust accumulation that could restrict airflow. When replacing batteries, replace with the same Liebert authorized replacement battery kits. ! CAUTION Do not dispose of battery or batteries in a fire. The battery may explode. Do not open or mutilate the battery or batteries. Released electrolyte is harmful to skin and eyes. It may be toxic. ! CAUTION A battery can present a risk of electrical shock and high short circuit current. The following precautions should be observed when working on batteries: • Remove watches, rings, and other metal objects. • Use tools with insulated handles. 2 Glossary of Symbols 1.0 GLOSSARY OF SYMBOLS Risk of electrical shock Indicates caution followed by important instructions AC input AC output i Requests the user to consult the manual Indicates the unit contains a valve-regulated lead acid battery Recycle DC voltage Equipment grounding conductor Bonded to ground AC voltage ON Standby 3 Introduction 2.0 INTRODUCTION Congratulations on your choice of the Liebert GXT2U™ Uninterruptible Power System (UPS). It provides conditioned power to microcomputers and other sensitive electronic equipment. Upon generation, AC power is clean and stable. However, during transmission and distribution it may be subject to voltage sags, spikes, or complete power failure that may interrupt computer operations, cause data loss, or even damage equipment. The Liebert GXT2U protects equipment from these disturbances. The Liebert GXT2U comes in nominal power ratings of 500, 700, 1000, 1500, 2000 and 3000 VA. Complete model specifications appear at the end of this manual. The Liebert GXT2U is a compact, “on-line” UPS. An on-line UPS continuously conditions and regulates its output voltage, whether utility power is present or not. It supplies connected equipment with clean sinewave power. Sensitive electronic equipment operates best from sinewave power. For ease of use, the Liebert GXT2U features a light-emitting diode (LED) display to indicate either load percentage or battery capacity depending upon the mode of operation. It also provides self-diagnostic tests, a combination ON/Alarm Silence/Manual Battery Test button, a Standby button, user configurable program, and two levels of alarms when the unit is operating on battery. The Liebert GXT2U has an interface port for communication between the UPS and a network server or other computer systems. This port provides detailed operating information including voltages, currents, and alarm status to the host system when used in conjunction with Liebert MultiLink™ software. Liebert MultiLink software can also remotely control UPS operation. 4 Major Components 3.0 MAJOR COMPONENTS Input L1 Output Dynamic Bypass TVSS & EMI/RFI Filters Rectifier /PFC Inverter L1 DC to DC Converter Battery Charger Battery L2 L2 G G 3.1 TRANSIENT VOLTAGE SURGE SUPPRESSION (TVSS) AND EMI/RFI FILTERS These UPS components provide surge protection and filter both electromagnetic interference (EMI) and radio frequency interference (RFI). They minimize any surges or interference present in the utility line and keep the sensitive equipment protected. 3.2 RECTIFIER/POWER FACTOR CORRECTION (PFC) CIRCUIT In normal operation, the rectifier/power factor correction (PFC) circuit converts utility AC power to regulated DC power for use by the inverter while ensuring that the waveshape of the input current used by the UPS is near ideal. Extracting this sinewave input current achieves two objectives: • The utility power is used as efficiently as possible by the UPS. • The amount of distortion reflected on the utility is reduced. This results in cleaner power being available to other devices in the building not being protected by the Liebert GXT2U. 3.3 INVERTER In normal operation, the inverter utilizes the DC output of the power factor correction circuit and inverts it into precise, regulated sinewave AC power. Upon a utility power failure, the inverter receives its required energy from the battery through the DC to DC converter. In both modes of operation, the UPS inverter is on-line and continuously generating clean, precise, regulated AC output power. 5 Major Components 3.4 BATTERY CHARGER The battery charger utilizes energy from the utility power and precisely regulates it to continuously “float charge” the batteries. The batteries are being charged whenever the Liebert GXT2U is plugged in, even when the UPS is not turned on. 3.5 DC TO DC CONVERTER The DC to DC converter utilizes energy from the battery system and raises the DC voltage to the optimum operating voltage for the inverter. This allows the inverter to operate continuously at its optimum efficiency and voltage, thus increasing reliability. 3.6 BATTERY The Liebert GXT2U utilizes valve-regulated, nonspillable, lead acid batteries. To maintain battery design life, operate the UPS in an ambient temperature of 68°F to 77°F (20°C to 25°C). Optional external battery cabinets are available to extend battery run times. 3.7 DYNAMIC BYPASS The Liebert GXT2U provides an alternate path for utility power to the connected load in the unlikely event of a UPS malfunction. Should the UPS have an overload, overtemperature, or UPS failure condition, the UPS automatically transfers the connected load to bypass. Bypass operation is indicated by an audible alarm and illuminated amber Bypass LED (other LEDs may be illuminated to indicate the diagnosed problem). To manually transfer the connected load from the inverter to bypass, press the Standby button once. NOTE The bypass power path does NOT protect the connected equipment from disturbances on the utility supply. 6 Major Components 3.8 LIEBERT GXT2U, REAR VIEW Rev. USBCARD USB card being fitted in Liebert IntelliSlot® Port DB-9 Communications Port Cooling Fan Input Fuse/Circuit Breaker External Battery Connector Output Receptacles AC Input Support Base 7 Installation 4.0 INSTALLATION 4.1 PREPARATION 1. Visually inspect the UPS for freight damage. Report damage to the carrier and your local dealer or Liebert representative. ! CAUTION The UPS is heavy (see 11.0 - Specifications). Take proper precautions when lifting or moving it. 2. Decide where to place the Liebert GXT2U. Install the UPS indoors in a controlled environment, where it cannot be accidentally turned off. Place it in an area of unrestricted airflow around the unit, away from water, flammable liquids, gases, corrosives, and conductive contaminants. Maintain a minimum clearance of 4 in. (100mm) in the front and rear of the UPS. Maintain an ambient temperature range of 32°F to 104°F (0°C to 40°C). NOTE UPS operation in temperatures above 77°F (25°C) reduces battery life. 3. The Liebert GXT2U may be installed in either a tower configuration or in a rack, depending on available space and use considerations. Determine the type of installation and follow the appropriate instructions in either 4.2 - Tower UPS Installation or 4.3 - Rack-Mount UPS Conversion and Installation. 4.2 TOWER UPS INSTALLATION When using the Liebert GXT2U in a tower configuration, use the included support base (shown below, left) to stabilize the UPS. If any battery cabinets are added, they will include spacers to accommodate the additional cabinets (shown below, right). Support base Spacers added to support base to accommodate additional battery cabinets 8 Installation 4.3 RACK-MOUNT UPS CONVERSION AND INSTALLATION NOTE When rack mounted, the UPS must be supported by a shelf, brackets or slide rails on each side. The rack mount handles WILL NOT support the weight of the UPS. They are used to move the UPS into and out of the rack. 1. For slide rail installations, first remove the top/side fin. Slide the top/side fin forward, then lift it up to remove. If desired, install the optional rack mount handles that were shipped with the UPS. UPStatio n GXT –+ AC INPUT BATT ERY UPS ON BYPA SS Optional rack mount handles Securing hardware and slide rails are sold separately. Contact your local dealer or Liebert representative for these additional options and any assistance needed. 2. Unpack the two (2) rackmounting bracket assemblies and mounting hardware Retaining from the rack-mounting kit (P/N: RMKIT18-32). Bracket latches assemblies are interchangeable between left-hand or right-hand. Remove inner member of each bracket assembly as shown at right by extending Inner it to its outermost position, members depressing the retaining latch and then pulling inner member from bracket assembly. 9 Return flanges Rear members Front members Installation 3. Determine the height position inside the rack enclosure where you want to mount the UPS or battery cabinet. ! CAUTION Reduce risk of tipping the rack enclosure by placing UPS or battery cabinet in the lowest possible rack position. Install rear member of each M5 screws bracket assembly into rack Front rack mounting rails enclosure with two (2) M5 screws provided in this kit. (See figure at right.) Return flanges on bracket assembly fit to the inside of rack mounting rails. Insert screws loosely (finger-tight) into top and bottom holes of return Rear rack flange on rear member. mounting rails Extend bracket assembly by M5 screws sliding front member forward until it touches the front rack mounting rail. Insert two (2) M5 screws loosely (finger-tight) into top and bottom holes of return flange on each front member. Make sure bracket assemblies are at the same mounting height on all four (4) rack mounting rails. 4. Locate eight (8) M4 screws M4 nuts M4 and eight (8) M4 nuts from screws hardware pack in this kit. Each nut has a locking, nylon insert that begins gripping the screw when it is halfway tight. Make sure to tighten nut and screw completely to assure locking action. Fasten 18" rack rear member and front depth M4 nuts member together using four (4) screws and four (4) nuts M4 nuts M4 per bracket assembly as screws shown in the figures at right. For maximum support, locate fasteners for each bracket assembly as far apart as possible, depending 32" rack on rack depth, while still depth M4 nuts joining both members (See figures at right). Check alignment of bracket assemblies and TIGHTEN ALL SCREWS FROM STEPS 3 and 4. 10 Installation 5. Prepare the UPS or battery M4 Retaining cabinet (the “equipment”) for screws latch rack mounting by following instructions in the equipment’s user manual. The equipment may require additional parts to UPS or battery be added or parts to be removed cabinet for rack mounting. After it is prepared, lay equipment in rack-mounting position. Fasten inner members from Step 2 to the equipment on both sides as Front M4 shown in the figure at right screws with (8) M4 screws provided in this kit. Make sure retaining latch is near the rear of the equipment (also shown in figure). 6. Open grease packet provided in this kit. Apply a 1" long bead of grease four (4) places inside the bottom, curved tracks of front members as shown at right. The grease will allow the equipment to slide into the bracket assemblies more easily. ! Apply grease UPS or battery cabinet Apply grease (inside) CAUTION Lifting equipment into rack may be a two-person job, depending on weight of equipment. See equipment’s user manual. 7. Insert the equipment, with inner members attached from Step 5, into bracket assemblies by inserting top and bottom edges of inner members into the top and bottom, curved tracks of front members and sliding the equipment into rack (see figure in Step 6). Ends of inner members are tapered to allow rear of the equipment to be angled upward before insertion, if space allows. Then the rear, bottom edges of inner members can be placed into front edge of bottom tracks, and the front of the equipment can be tipped up into horizontal position to insert the top edges of inner members before sliding the equipment into rack (see figure at right). The equipment should move smoothly into bracket assemblies. If not, recheck alignment of front and rear members from Steps 3 and 4. 11 Installation 8. Secure front of the equipment to rack mounting rails to prevent the equipment from sliding out of position. If securing holes are provided on front of the equipment that align with the center holes on return flange of front members, you can use the four (4) extra M5 screws provided in this kit to secure the equipment. Otherwise, the equipment should be secured to front of rack mounting rails with four (4) customer-supplied fasteners. –+ AC INPUT BATTERY UPS ON BYPASS –+ UPStation GXT AC INPUT BATTERY UPS ON BYPASS 10. Once the UPS is installed in the rack, the load may be connected. Ensure the load equipment is turned off; plug all loads into the output receptacles on the rear of the UPS. Horizontal overlay for rack UPS Vertical overlay for tower UPS UPStation GXT 9. To orient the display for horizontal viewing, remove the front plastic bezel by pulling forward evenly on both sides. The unit has two front panel overlays. Remove the outer overlay (used for tower installation). This reveals a horizontally oriented front panel overlay for rack mounting. Snap the front bezel back into place. 11. Plug the UPS into a dedicated wall receptacle properly protected by a circuit breaker or fuse in accordance with national and local electrical codes. Use a 15 amp rated device for the 500, 700, 1000, or 1500 VA units, 20 amp for the 2000 VA, and 30 amp for the 3000 VA. The wall receptacle must be grounded. 12. Turn ON the UPS by pressing the ON button; then turn on the connected load equipment. The UPS is now providing conditioned power to your equipment. 12 Installation 4.4 EXTERNAL BATTERY CABINET INSTALLATION Optional Liebert external battery cabinets may be connected to the UPS to provide additional battery run time. External battery cabinets are designed to be placed all on one side of the UPS or stacked beneath the UPS. There is no limit to the number of external battery cabinets that can be used but each cabinet will increase the battery recharge time. ! CAUTION The external battery cabinet(s) are heavy (see 11.0 Specifications). External battery cabinets can be used in rack-mount or tower configuration. Take proper precautions when lifting them. 1. Visually inspect the external battery cabinet for freight damage. Report damage to the carrier and your local dealer or Liebert representative. 2. For slide rail installations, first remove the top/side fin. Top/side fin slides forward and then lift up to remove. Optional rack-mount handles are shipped with the external battery cabinet and may be installed at this time if desired. 3. Securing hardware and slide rails are sold separately. Contact your local dealer or Liebert representative for these additional options and any assistance needed. Fasten the slides into position with the screws per the instructions included with the slide rails. 4. Use the enclosed support bases for the tower option to prevent tip-over. One additional set of support base extensions ships with each external battery cabinet. 5. Connect the supplied external battery cabinet cable to the rear of the external battery cabinet, then to the rear of the UPS. 6. Turn ON the battery breaker on the rear of the external battery cabinet. 7. The UPS is now equipped with additional backup battery run time. For approximate battery run times, refer to 13.0 - Battery Run Times. Rev. USBCARD NOTE You must use the included Configuration Program to specify the number of external battery cabinets connected to the UPS. For more information, see 8.0 - Configuration Program. 13 Controls and Indicators 5.0 CONTROLS AND INDICATORS All LEDs illuminated for illustrative purposes only. 5.1 ON/ALARM SILENCE/MANUAL BATTERY TEST BUTTON This button controls output power to connected load(s) and has three functions: • ON • Alarm Silence • Manual Battery Test ON - Pressing this button will start up the UPS in order to provide conditioned and protected power. Alarm Silence - To silence alarms, press this button for at least one second. After the alarm is silenced, the Liebert GXT2U will reactivate the alarm system to alert of additional problems. NOTE The LOW BATTERY and BYPASS reminder alarms CANNOT be silenced. Manual Battery Test - To initiate a manual battery test, press the ON button for at least one second while operating from utility power with no alarm conditions present. • If only three of the five Battery LEDs illuminate, allow the UPS to recharge the batteries for 24 hours. • After 24 hours, retest the batteries. • After the batteries have been retested, if only three of the five Battery LEDs illuminate, contact your local dealer, Liebert representative or Liebert Worldwide Support Group. 14 Controls and Indicators 5.2 STANDBY /MANUAL BYPASS BUTTON This button controls output power to connected load(s) and has dual functions: Standby and Manual Bypass. ! CAUTION While the UPS is in Normal Mode operation, pressing the Standby/ Manual Bypass button once will put the UPS into Bypass Mode. Once the UPS is in Bypass Mode operation, press the Standby/ Manual Bypass button two distinct times (for about one second each time) to turn off the UPS. Perform all necessary shutdown procedures on connected loads before turning off the UPS. 5.3 LOAD/BATTERY LEVEL INDICATORS (4 GREEN, 1 AMBER) The load/battery level indicators have dual functions. During normal mode operation LED indicators display the approximate electrical load placed upon the UPS; and during battery mode operation LED indicators display approximate battery capacity. The Liebert GXT2U is equipped with automatic and remote battery test features. The automatic test occurs every 14 days (this option is user configurable) if utility has not been interrupted. Should the battery fail this test, the red Fault indicator LED along with the A and C diagnostic LEDs will illuminate and an alarm will sound (refer to 10.0 - Troubleshooting). The remote test feature functions with Liebert MultiLink 3 software and can remotely initiate the battery test. 5.4 FAULT INDICATOR LED (RED) The Fault indicator LED is illuminated if the UPS has detected a problem. Also, one or more of the load/battery level indicators may be illuminated (refer to 10.0 - Troubleshooting). 5.5 BYPASS INDICATOR LED (AMBER) The Bypass indicator LED is illuminated when the UPS is operating from bypass power. An alarm will sound indicating the UPS detected a problem, or the manual bypass function has been activated. 5.6 UPS ON INDICATOR LED (GREEN) The UPS ON indicator LED is illuminated when the UPS inverter is operating and supplying power to your connected loads. 5.7 BATTERY INDICATOR LED (AMBER) The Battery indicator LED is illuminated when the UPS is operating on battery. 15 Controls and Indicators 5.8 AC INPUT INDICATOR LED (GREEN) The AC Input indicator LED is illuminated when utility power is available and within the input specifications. 5.9 OUTPUT VOLTAGE SELECTION The Output Voltage is user configurable and is designed to allow selecting or changing the desired output voltage to match the utility via the Liebert GXT2U Configuration Program provided with the UPS. The settings to choose from are 100, 110, 115, 120, and 127 VAC output. The factory default setting is 120 VAC. ! CAUTION Never change the voltage settings while the UPS is ON and powering connected loads. NOTE Setting output voltage to 100 VAC will cause the UPS unit to be derated (500/700/1000 VA to 90%, 1500/2000/3000 VA to 80% of the VA and Watt ratings listed in 11.0 - Specifications). 16 Operating Instructions 6.0 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS 6.1 NORMAL MODE OPERATION During normal operation, utility power provides energy to the UPS. The filters, power factor correction circuit and the inverter process this power to provide computer AC INPUT BATTERY UPS ON BYPASS grade power to connected loads. The UPS maintains Normal Mode Operation at 26-50% the batteries in a fully charged state. The four green load level LEDs indicate an approximate level of load in 25% increments. If the UPS becomes loaded beyond full rating, the fifth (amber) LED indicator will illuminate and the UPS will sound an audible alarm. The display template indicates the percentage of load (26-50% of load shown in the example above) on the UPS output. 6.2 BYPASS MODE OPERATION Bypass mode occurs when the OFF button is pressed once while the UPS is in Normal Mode. During bypass operation, utility power provides energy to the UPS. AC INPUT BATTERY UPS ON BYPASS The utility power bypasses the inverter and provides power for the connected load. Bypass Mode Operation at 26-50% The four green load level LEDs indicate an approximate level of load in 25% increments. If the UPS becomes loaded beyond full rating, the fifth (amber) LED indicator will illuminate and the UPS will sound an audible alarm. The display template indicates the percentage of load (26-50% of load shown in the example above) on the UPS output. ! CAUTION Turning OFF the UPS while in bypass mode will result in loss of output power. 17 Operating Instructions 6.3 BATTERY MODE OPERATION Battery mode occurs in event of an extreme input voltage condition or complete utility failure. The battery system supplies power through the DC to DC converter to the inverter to generate power for the connected load. AC INPUT BATTERY UPS ON BYPASS Battery Mode Operation at 80-61% During battery mode an alarm sounds every 10 seconds. This will change to two beeps every 5 seconds when the battery runs low (approximately 2 minutes remaining, but this is user configurable). The AC Input LED will extinguish, and the Battery LED will illuminate to warn that a utility problem has occurred. Each battery level indicator represents a 20% capacity level. As capacity decreases, fewer indicators remain illuminated. Refer to 10.0 - Troubleshooting. For approximate battery run times, refer to 13.0 - Battery Run Times. The times listed in these tables are approximate based on resistive load and an ambient temperature of 77°F (25°C). To increase this time, turn off non-essential pieces of equipment (such as idle computers and monitors) or add the optional external battery cabinet. ! CAUTION Turning OFF the UPS while in battery mode will result in loss of output power. If the UPS is manually turned OFF, it must be manually restarted after utility power is restored. If the UPS is turned OFF by a communication signal or because the batteries are depleted, it will operate as selected in the configuration program for Auto-Restart (see 8.1 - Liebert GXT2U Configuration Program Abilities). 6.4 BATTERY RECHARGE MODE Once utility power is restored, the UPS resumes normal operation. At this time, the Battery Charger begins recharging. 18 Communications 7.0 COMMUNICATIONS 7.1 COMMUNICATIONS INTERFACE PORT The Liebert GXT2U UPS has a standard DB-9 serial port female connector located on the rear of the UPS unit. Several signals are provided on this port and are assigned as follows: Pin Assignment Description 1 Low Battery (open collector) 2 UPS TxD (typical RS-232 levels) 3 UPS RxD (typical RS-232 levels) 4 Remote Shutdown (5-12VDC, 10-24 mA max); battery operation 5 Common 6 Remote Shutdown (short to pin 5); all modes of operation 7 Low Battery (open emitter) 8 Utility Fail (open emitter) 9 Utility Fail (open collector) Pin Assignment 6 7 8 Collector to Emitter* 9 330 Ohms 1 2 3 4 Open (+) Collector (-) 5 * Maximum voltage and current on pins 1, 7, 8, and 9 is 60VDC; 10.0 mA. 19 Open Emitter Communications 7.2 PINS 4 & 5 - REMOTE SHUTDOWN ON BATTERY 1. This pin is functional only when the UPS is in battery mode. If the UPS is being powered by the utility, Pin 4 will ignore any signal on this pin. 2. Pin 4 requires a 5-12 VDC signal to shutdown. This normally comes form the serial port using Liebert’s contact closure cable. It cannot be used with just a contact closure unless the relay is used to switch a voltage source. A 5-12 VDC signal for 1.5 seconds or greater is required to signal a shutdown. Signals for less than 1.5 seconds will be ignored. After Pin 4 receives a shutdown signal for 1.5 seconds, the command cannot be canceled. 3. A battery shutdown signal on Pin 4 will NOT cause an immediate shutdown. A shutdown signal will start a 2-minute shutdown timer. The timer cannot be stopped. After 2 minutes, the UPS will shut down. 4. If the utility returns during the 2-minute timer countdown, the shutdown timer will continue until the end of 2 minutes and the UPS will turn OFF. The UPS must remain OFF for at least 10 seconds even if AC input power returns before the UPS turns OFF. This serves to reset and restart the server. Whether the UPS turns back ON when power is restored depends on the auto-restart setting: enabled or disabled. If the auto-restart is disabled, the UPS will not restart after performing the 2-minute shutdown delay. 20 Communications 7.3 PINS 5 & 6 - ANY-MODE SHUTDOWN 1. Pin 6 of the 9-pin communication connector is used for “Any-Mode Shutdown” of the UPS output. This control input may be used in special applications to disable the UPS output power—both Inverter and Bypass. 2. The Options tab allows the behavior of the Any-Mode Shutdown feature to be modified. When the program opens, or the REFRESH button is pressed, the UPS setting is read by the configuration program and displayed. 7.3.1 ! 7.3.2 ! Auto-Enable Output WARNING Note that when this option is selected and the UPS output is disabled using Pin 6, the UPS output can turn on automatically and without warning if the Pin 6 connection is changed. Pin 6 Logic WARNING DO NOT CHANGE THIS OPTION from the factory default setting unless you are ready to install a normally-closed connection between Pins 5 & 6. This connection must be maintained to use the UPS or to use the configuration program again, including the ability to change the UPS setting back to the default setting using the configuration program via a serial communication link. If version 1.6 (or later) is used with an earlier Liebert GXT2U model (with an earlier UPS firmware version), the Any-Mode Shutdown features cannot be changed. If the configuration program is used with an earlier UPS model (with an earlier UPS firmware version) that does not support the modification of these settings, the Options tab will display a reminder of the factory default settings. These cannot be changed. 21 Communications 7.4 UPS INTELLIGENT COMMUNICATIONS The Liebert GXT2U is equipped with a Liebert IntelliSlot® port to provide advanced communication and monitoring options. Liebert’s MultiLink software continually monitors the UPS and can shut down your computer or server in the event of an extended power failure. Liebert MultiLink can also be configured for use without the serial cable when the Liebert IntelliSlot SNMP/Web card is installed in the UPS. Additionally, Liebert MultiLink can be configured to coordinate shutdown across the network with other computers running Liebert MultiLink when you purchase a Liebert MultiLink License Kit. For more information about the Liebert IntelliSlot SNMP/Web Card and Liebert MultiLink License Kits, visit the Liebert Web site (www.liebert.com) or contact your local dealer or Liebert representative. Several option cards are available for use in the Liebert IntelliSlot port of the Liebert GXT2U. • The Liebert IntelliSlot SNMP/Web Card provides SNMP and Webbased monitoring and control of the UPS across the network. • The Liebert IntelliSlot MultiPort 4 Card allows you to install Liebert MultiLink software on four computers and coordinate shutdown in the event of a power failure. • The Liebert IntelliSlot Relay Card provides dry contact relay outputs for custom-wired applications and delivers support for builtin shutdown for AS/400 systems. • The Liebert IntelliSlot USB Card provides communication using built-in power management software available on Microsoft® Windows® 2000/XP platforms. ! CAUTION To maintain safety (SELV) barriers and for electromagnetic compatibility, signal cables should be segregated and run separate from all other power cables, where applicable. 22 Configuration Program 8.0 CONFIGURATION PROGRAM The configuration program included with the Liebert GXT2U line allows modification of several UPS settings that were previously unavailable or required custom manufacturing. The user manual on the configuration program disk describes the features available for modification, as well as default settings. NOTE The UPS must be turned off—and not powering connected equipment—before you make any changes to configuration settings. While the UPS is in Normal Mode operation, press the OFF button once to put the UPS into Bypass Mode. Once the UPS is in Bypass Mode operation, press and release the OFF button two distinct times (for about a second each time) to turn off the UPS. 8.1 LIEBERT GXT2U CONFIGURATION PROGRAM ABILITIES • Select one of five output voltages to match voltages found around the world. • Enable/Disable Auto-Restart. • Select frequency converter operation with a fixed output frequency of 50 or 60 Hz. • Set the Low Battery Warning alarm time from 2 to 30 minutes. • Enable/Disable the Auto-Battery test. • Set the Auto-Battery test to 7, 14, 21, or 28 days. • Select the number of external battery cabinets connected to the UPS to adjust the remaining run time calculations reported by Liebert software products. • Modify the shutdown setting of DB-9 pin 6 (for information on pin assignments, see 7.0 - Communications). NOTE This program is compatible with UPS models beginning with “GXT2-”, as in “GXT2-1500RT120.” It is not compatible with earlier versions of Liebert GXT UPS. 8.1.1 What You Will Need Using this program requires a computer running Windows (95 through Server 2003), as well as the configuration program disk and serial cable included in the UPS accessory box. Use the serial cable (beige or tan, 3-wire: GND, TX, RX; straight through 2-2, 3-3, 5-5) to connect the computer to the Liebert GXT2U UPS. Note: The black ML9P9S contact closure communication cable is NOT compatible with the configuration program. 23 Maintenance 9.0 MAINTENANCE The Liebert GXT2U requires very little maintenance. The batteries are valve-regulated, nonspillable, lead acid and should be kept charged to obtain their designed life. The UPS continuously charges the batteries when connected to the utility supply. When storing the UPS for any length of time, it is recommended to plug the UPS in for at least 24 hours every four to six months to ensure full recharge of the batteries. The Liebert GXT2U is designed to allow the user to safely replace the internal batteries. Read the safety cautions before proceeding. Contact your local dealer or Liebert representative to obtain the appropriate replacement battery kit part number and pricing. 9.1 BATTERY REPLACEMENT ! CAUTION A battery can present a risk of electrical shock and high short circuit current. The following precautions should be observed before replacing the batteries: • Remove rings, watches, or other metal objects. • Use a Phillips (crosshead) screwdriver with insulated grips. • Do not lay tools or other metal objects on top of the batteries. • If the battery replacement kit is damaged in any way or shows signs of leakage, contact your local dealer or Liebert representative immediately. • Do not dispose of batteries in a fire. The batteries may explode. 24 Maintenance 9.1.1 Internal Battery Replacement Procedures 1. Gently remove the front plastic bezel cover from the UPS. 2. Loosen and remove the four screws on the front battery door. Lay the battery door aside for reassembly. Note: The 3000VA model includes a pull handle to remove this door. It has two built-in connectors that disconnect when servicing the battery. THIS HANDLE MUST BE REINSTALLED IN ORDER FOR THE UPS TO OPERATE IN BATTERY MODE. 3. Gently pull battery wiring out and disconnect the two slotted battery connectors. 4. Grasp the battery pack assembly, and pull it out of the front of the UPS. 5. Unpack the new battery assembly taking care not to destroy the packing. Compare new and old battery assemblies to make sure they are the same. If so, proceed with Step 6; otherwise STOP and contact your local dealer, Liebert representative, or the Liebert Worldwide Support Group. 6. Line up and slide in the new replacement battery pack. 7. Reconnect the two slotted battery connectors and gently push the battery wiring and battery pack assembly back into the UPS. 8. Reattach the front battery door with the four screws. 9. Reattach the front plastic bezel cover to the UPS. NOTE These are hot-swappable replacement batteries. However, caution should be exercised because during this procedure the load is unprotected from disturbances and power outages. 25 Maintenance 9.2 FUSE REPLACEMENT ! CAUTION Before changing the input fuse, turn off the UPS, and unplug the supply lead from the AC input supply. Replace the fuse with the same type and rating. 1. Remove the input fuse. 2. Locate the spare input fuse that is included with the UPS. 3. Insert the spare fuse into the fuse holder, and reinstall assembly into the UPS. Twist by hand; rotate clockwise until fuse holder locks into position. 4. Reconnect the input power cord to input AC supply. 5. Restart the UPS. The UPS is ready for normal operation. 26 Troubleshooting 10.0 TROUBLESHOOTING The information below indicates various symptoms a user may encounter in the event the Liebert GXT2U develops a problem. Use this information to determine whether external factors caused the problem and how to remedy the situation. 1. The Fault indicator will illuminate, indicating the UPS detected a problem. 2. An alarm will sound, alerting that the UPS requires attention. 3. One or more additional load/battery level LED indicators will be illuminated to provide a diagnostic aid to the operator, as described below: This example shows the UPS on bypass due to output overload. Fault E BYPASS D C B UPS ON BATTERY A AC INPUT A B C D AC INPUT BATTERY UPS ON E Fault BYPASS LOAD/BATTERY LEVEL INDICATORS LED status All LEDs A LED B LED C LED D LED E LED A&C LEDs Diagnosis / Audible alarm On bypass due to output overload; beep every half-second On bypass due to overtemperature condition; beep every 4 sec. On bypass due to DC bus overvoltage; beep every 4 sec. On bypass due to control power supply failure; beep every 4 sec. On bypass due to PFC failure; beep every 4 sec. On bypass due to inverter failure; beep every 4 sec. UPS failed battery test; long beep every minute UPS shutdown due to command from communication port C&E LEDs (SNMP); no beep Battery LED Internal Battery source not available (continuous horn). Check Flashing battery connection, completely power down and reboot UPS. AC LED Line-to-neutral reversal in the AC input power supply or a loss of Flashing proper grounding; continuous horn and UPS will not start. Bypass LED Utility power voltage or frequency is out of tolerance; bypass is Flashing unavailable. 27 Troubleshooting Under fault conditions, the Fault indicators will be illuminated indefinitely while battery charger is operational, or for a maximum of 5 minutes while battery charger is not operational. If a problem persists, consult your local dealer, Liebert representative or contact the Liebert Worldwide Support Group. Please have the UPS model number and serial number available at the time of your inquiry. Table 1 Troubleshooting guide Problem UPS fails to start when the ON button is pressed. Battery indicator LED is illuminated. UPS has reduced battery time. Cause Solution UPS is short circuited or overloaded. Ensure UPS is OFF. Disconnect all loads and ensure nothing is lodged in output receptacles. Ensure loads are not defective or shorted internally. UPS not plugged in. UPS is operating from battery mode, make certain UPS is securely plugged into the wall receptacle. UPS input protection fuse has blown/opened. UPS is operating from battery mode. Save data and close applications. Replace UPS input fuse, then restart UPS. Utility voltage out of UPS input range. UPS is operating from battery mode. Save data and close applications. Ensure utility supply voltage is within acceptable limits for UPS. Batteries are not fully charged. Keep UPS plugged in continuously at least 24 hours to recharge batteries. UPS is overloaded. Check load level display and reduce the load on the UPS. Batteries may not be able to hold a full charge due to age. Replace batteries. Contact your local dealer, Liebert representative or the Liebert Worldwide Support Group for replacement battery kit. 28 Troubleshooting Table 1 Troubleshooting guide (continued) Problem Cause Solution UPS overloaded or load equipment is faulty. Check load level display and remove non-essential loads. Recalculate the load and reduce number of loads connected to UPS. Check load equipment for faults. UPS internal fan has a problem or UPS shutdown due to temperature condition. Load is on bypass power. Ensure UPS is not overloaded, ventilation openings not blocked, or room ambient temperature is not excessive. Wait 30 minutes to allow UPS to cool, then restart UPS. If UPS does not restart, contact your local dealer, Liebert representative or the Liebert Worldwide Support Group. Fault and Bypass indicator LEDs and diagnostic LED B are illuminated. UPS internal DC bus overvoltage. UPS requires service. Contact your local dealer, Liebert representative or the Liebert Worldwide Support Group. Fault and Bypass indicator LEDs and diagnostic LED C are illuminated. UPS control power supply fault. UPS requires service. Contact your local dealer, Liebert representative or the Liebert Worldwide Support Group. UPS PFC (Power Factor Correction Circuit) fault. UPS requires service. Contact your local dealer, Liebert representative or the Liebert Worldwide Support Group. UPS inverter fault. UPS requires service. Contact your local dealer, Liebert Representative or the Liebert Worldwide Support Group. UPS failed the battery test. Replace batteries. Contact your local dealer, Liebert representative or the Liebert Worldwide Support Group. Fault and Bypass indicator LEDs and all load level LEDs are illuminated. Fault and Bypass indicator LEDs and diagnostic LED A are illuminated. Fault and Bypass indicator LEDs and diagnostic LED D are illuminated. Fault and Bypass indicator LEDs and diagnostic LED E are illuminated. Fault indicator LED and diagnostic LED A and C are illuminated. 29 Troubleshooting Table 1 Troubleshooting guide (continued) Problem Cause Solution Fault and Bypass indicator LEDs and diagnostic LED C and E are illuminated. UPS shutdown due to a command from the communications port(s). Your UPS has received a signal or command from the attached computer. If this was inadvertent, ensure the communication cable used is correct for your system. For assistance, contact your local dealer, Liebert representative or the Liebert Worldwide Support Group. AC LED is flashing. UPS detected a line-toneutral reversal or a loss of proper grounding; continuous horn and UPS will not start.This is active only when power is first applied to the input. Once the UPS is running, the AC LED will not start flashing, even if the input wiring is changed. Contact a qualified electrician to verify site wiring. Battery source is not available; continuous horn. Check battery connections, completely power down and restart UPS. NOTE: If the battery circuit opens while the UPS is running, it will be detected when the next battery test is performed. Bypass voltage is present, but is disabled for use because the voltage or frequency is outside acceptable limits. The AC input powers the PFC input and serves as the bypass source. If the AC is present but the voltage or frequency exceeds the acceptable range for safe operation with a load, the bypass will be disabled and this LED will flash, indicating that the bypass is unavailable. Battery LED is flashing. Bypass LED is flashing. 30 Troubleshooting Table 2 Alarm conditions Condition Alarm Battery Mode (utility failure) One short beep every 10 seconds; more than 2 minutes of run time remaining Low Battery Two short beeps every 5 seconds; less than 2 minutes of run time remaining Output Overload (bypass) One short beep every half second Overtemperature (bypass) A one-second beep every 4 seconds DC Bus Overvoltage (bypass) A one-second beep every 4 seconds Control Power Supply Failure (bypass) A one-second beep every 4 seconds PFC Failure (bypass) A one-second beep every 4 seconds Inverter Failure A one-second beep every 4 seconds Battery Test Failure A 2-second beep every minute 31 Specifications 11.0 SPECIFICATIONS Model Number GXT2-500RT120 GXT2-700RT120 GXT2-1000RT120 Model Rating 500VA/350W 700VA / 490W 1000VA / 700W DIMENSIONS - in. (mm) Unit 3.5 x 21.5 x 17 3.5 x 21.5 x 17 3.5 x 21.5 x 17 WxDxH (87 x 547 x 430) (87 x 547 x 430) (87 x 547 x 430) Shipping 10.6 x 27.2 x 23 10.6 x 27.2 x 23 10.6 x 27.2 x 23 WxDxH (269 x 691 x 584) (269 x 691 x 584) (269 x 691 x 584) WEIGHT - lb. (kg) Unit 48.9 (22.2) 48.9 (22.2) 49.1 (22.3) Shipping 57.7 (26.2) 57.7 (26.2) 57.9 (26.3) INPUT AC PARAMETERS Voltage Range (typical) 120VAC nominal; variable based on output load 100% - 90% loading 80 VAC - 140 VAC 80 VAC / 140 VAC 80 VAC / 140 VAC 90% -70% loading 80 VAC - 140 VAC 80 VAC / 140 VAC 80 VAC / 140 VAC 70% -30% loading 70 VAC - 140 VAC 70 VAC / 140 VAC 70 VAC / 140 VAC 30% - 0% loading 60 VAC - 140 VAC 60 VAC / 140 VAC 60 VAC / 140 VAC Frequency 40 - 70 Hz; Auto Sensing 6 ft. attached 6 ft. attached 10 ft. attached Input Power Cord w/ NEMA 5-15 plug w/ NEMA 5-15 plug w/ NEMA 5-15 plug OUTPUT AC PARAMETERS Output Receptacles (6) NEMA 5-15R Voltage 100/110/115/120/127 (user configurable) VAC; ±3% Frequency 50 Hz or 60 Hz Waveform Sinewave Main Mode 200% for 8 cycles; 130% for 10 seconds with transfer to bypass Overload BATTERY PARAMETERS Type Valve-regulated, nonspillable, lead acid Qty x V x Rating 4 x 12V x 7.0 or 7.2 AH Battery Mfg / Part # China Storage Battery / CSB 1270 F2 Backup Time See 13.0 - Battery Run Times Recharge Time 5 hours to 95% capacity after full discharge into 100% load ENVIRONMENTAL Operating Temp +32°F to +104°F (0°C to +40°C) Storage Temp +5°F to +122°F (-15°C to +50°C) Relative Humidity 0% to 95%, non-condensing Operating Elevation Up to 10,000 ft. (3000m) at 104°F (40°C) without derating Storage Elevation 50,000 ft. (15,000m) maximum <50 dBA, at 1 meter from the rear Audible Noise <45 dBA, at 1 meter from the front or sides AGENCY Safety UL 1778, c-UL Listed RFI/EMI FCC Part 15, Subpart B, Class A Surge Immunity IEEE/ANSI C62.41 Category A & B Transportation ISTA Procedure 1A 32 Specifications SPECIFICATIONS (CONTINUED) Model Number GXT2-1500RT120 GXT2-2000RT120 GXT2-3000RT120 Model Rating 1500VA / 1050W 2000VA / 1400W 3000VA / 2100W DIMENSIONS - in. (mm) Unit 3.5 x 21.5 x 17 3.5 x 21.5 x 17 3.5 x 24.2 x 17 WxDxH (87 x 547 x 430) (87 x 547 x 430) (87 x 618 x 430) Shipping 10.6 x 27.2 x 23 10.6 x 27.2 x 23 10.6 x 27.2 x 23 WxDxH (269 x 691 x 584) (269 x 691 x 584) (269 x 691 x 584) WEIGHT - lb. (kg) Unit 50.6 (23) 54 (24) 69 (31) Shipping 59.5 (27) 62.6 (28.4) 78.0 (35.4) INPUT AC PARAMETERS Voltage Range (typical) 120 VAC nominal; variable based on output load 100% - 90% loading 90 VAC / 140 VAC 90 VAC / 140 VAC 90 VAC / 140 VAC 90% -70% loading 80 VAC / 140 VAC 80 VAC / 140 VAC 80 VAC / 140 VAC 70% -30% loading 70 VAC / 140 VAC 70 VAC / 140 VAC 70 VAC / 140 VAC 30% - 0% loading 60 VAC / 140 VAC 60 VAC / 140 VAC 60 VAC / 140 VAC Frequency 40 - 70 Hz; Auto Sensing 10 ft. attached 10 ft. attached 10 ft. attached Input Power Cord w/ NEMA 5-15 plug w/ NEMA 5-20 plug w/ NEMA L5-30 plug OUTPUT AC PARAMETERS (6) 5-20R T-Slot (6) 5-20R T-Slot, Output Receptacles (6) NEMA 5-15R (1) NEMA L5-30R accepts 15A plug on 12 in cord Voltage 100/110/115/120/127 (user configurable) VAC; ±3% Frequency 50 Hz or 60 Hz Waveform Sinewave Main Mode Overload 200% for 8 cycles; 130% for 10 seconds with transfer to bypass BATTERY PARAMETERS Type Valve-regulated, nonspillable, lead acid Qty x V x Rating 4 x 12V x 7.0 or 7.2 AH 4 x 12V x 9.0 AH 6 x 12V x 9.0 AH China Storage Battery/ Panasonic / UP-VW1245P1 Battery Mfg / Part # CSB 1270 F2 Yuasa / REW 45-12 Backup Time See 13.0 - Battery Run Times Recharge Time 5 hours to 95% capacity after full discharge into 100% load ENVIRONMENTAL Operating Temp +32°F to +104°F (0°C to +40°C) Storage Temp +5°F to +122°F (-15°C to +50°C) Relative Humidity 0% to 95%, non-condensing Operating Elevation Up to 10,000 ft. (3000m) at 104°F (40°C) without derating Storage Elevation 50,000 ft. (15,000m) maximum <50 dBA, at 1 meter <55 dBA, at 1 meter from the rear from the rear Audible Noise <45 dBA, at 1 meter <50 dBA, at 1 meter from the front or sides from the front or sides AGENCY Safety UL 1778, c-UL Listed RFI/EMI FCC Part 15, Subpart B, Class A Surge Immunity IEEE/ANSI C62.41 Category A & B Transportation ISTA Procedure 1A 33 Battery Cabinet Specifications 12.0 BATTERY CABINET SPECIFICATIONS Model Number GXT2-48VBATT GXT2-72VBATT GXT2-500RT120 GXT2-700RT120 GXT2-1000RT120 GXT2-1500RT120 GXT2-2000RT120 GXT2-3000RT120 Unit WxDxH 3.5 x 21.5 x 17 (87 x 547 x 430) 3.5 x 24.2 x 17 (87 x 618 x 430) Shipping WxDxH 10.5 x 27.2 x 23 (268 x 692 x 585) 10.5 x 27.2 x 23 (268 x 692 x 585) Unit 65.0 (29.5) 93.6 (42.5) Shipping 71.1 (32.3) 102.5 (46.5) Used With UPS Model DIMENSIONS - in. (mm) WEIGHT - lb. (kg) BATTERY PARAMETERS Type Qty x V x Rating Battery Mfg / Part # Backup Time Valve-regulated, nonspillable, lead acid 2 x 4 x 12V x 7.0 or 7.2 AH 2 x 6 x 12V x 9.0 AH China Storage Battery / CSB 1270 F2 Panasonic / UP-VW1245P1 Yuasa / REW 45-12 See 13.0 - Battery Run Times ENVIRONMENTAL Operating Temp +32°F to +104°F (0°C to +40°C) Storage Temp +5°F to +122°F (-15°C to +50°C) Relative Humidity 0% to 95%, non-condensing Operating Elevation Up to 10,000 ft. (3000m) at 104°F (40°C) without derating Storage Elevation 50,000 ft. (15,000 m) maximum AGENCY Safety RFI/EMI UL 1778, c-UL Listed FCC Part 15, Subpart B, Class A Transportation ISTA Procedure 1A 34 Battery Run Times 13.0 BATTERY RUN TIMES Load% 500VA 700VA 1000VA 1500VA 2000VA 3000VA Internal Battery (minutes) Internal Battery + 1 External Battery Cabinet (minutes) Internal Battery + 2 External Battery Cabinets (minutes) Internal Battery + 3 External Battery Cabinets (minutes) Internal Battery + 4 External Battery Cabinets (minutes) 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% 494 181 107 83 66 53 44 36 31 28 1976 726 431 332 267 210 178 150 132 115 3953 1453 862 665 534 421 356 300 265 231 5929 2179 1293 998 801 632 534 450 398 346 7906 2906 1725 1331 1068 843 712 600 525 462 248 115 79 58 44 35 29 24 20 17 992 460 316 232 176 140 116 96 80 68 1984 920 632 464 352 280 232 192 160 136 2976 1380 948 696 528 420 348 288 240 204 3968 1840 1264 928 704 560 464 384 320 272 191 87 48 34 25 19 16 13 12 11 764 348 192 136 100 76 64 52 48 44 1528 696 384 272 200 152 128 104 96 88 2292 1044 576 408 300 228 192 156 144 132 3056 1392 768 544 400 304 256 208 192 176 144 53 38 28 20 15 12 10 8 7 576 212 152 112 80 60 48 40 32 28 1152 424 304 224 160 120 96 80 64 56 1728 636 456 336 240 180 144 120 96 84 2304 848 608 448 320 240 192 160 128 112 56 33 26 19 14 12 10 8 7 6 168 99 78 57 42 36 30 24 21 18 392 231 182 133 98 84 70 56 49 42 560 330 260 190 140 120 100 80 70 60 840 495 390 285 210 180 150 120 105 90 91 46 30 21 16 11 9 8 7 5 364 184 120 84 64 44 36 32 28 20 728 368 240 168 128 88 72 64 56 40 1092 552 360 252 192 132 108 96 84 60 1456 736 480 336 256 176 144 128 112 80 Note: Approximate discharge times are in minutes and at 77°F (25°C) with a 100% resistive load. 35 Product Warranty Registration 14.0 PRODUCT WARRANTY REGISTRATION To register for warranty protection: • Visit the Quick Links section of our Web site at: http://www.liebert.com • Click on Product Warranty Registration and fill in the form. 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