OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Programmable
relay card
EN
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CONTENTS
Information about these operation instructions .......... 4
General Information ........................................................ 5
1.1 specification .................................................................. 5
1.2 detailed view ................................................................. 7
1.3 Contacts ex works......................................................... 8
Setup and operation ....................................................... 9
1.4 Hardware setup............................................................. 9
1.5 operation ....................................................................... 9
1.6 Programming steps ..................................................... 13
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INFORMATION ABOUT THESE
OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
DUTY TO PROVIDE INFORMATION
These operating instructions will help you to install and operate the
programmable relay card safely and properly, and for its intended
purpose. These operating instructions contain important information
necessary to avoid dangers during operation. Please read these
instructions carefully prior to commissioning!
WARRANTY AND LIABILITY
We reserve the right to alter any specifications given in these operating
instructions, especially with regard to technical data and operation, prior
to start-up or as a result of service work. Claims in connection with
supplied goods must be submitted within one week of receipt, along with
the packing slip. Subsequent claims cannot be considered.
The warranty does not apply to damage caused by non-compliance with
these instructions (such damage also includes damaging the warranty
seal). AEG will accept no liability for consequential damage. AEG
reserves the right to rescind all obligations such as warranty
agreements, service contracts, etc. entered into by AEG and its
representatives without prior notification in the event of maintenance and
repair work being carried out with anything other than original AEG spare
parts or spare parts purchased by AEG.
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If you still have questions after having read these operating instructions,
please contact your dealer or our “Hotline”:
Tel:
+49 2902 763100
Internet:
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and/or copied by any electronic or mechanical means without the
express prior written permission of AEG.
© Copyright AEG 2016. All rights reserved.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
The relay card is an option for the UPS series starting from Protect C.
It provides potential-free contacts at the outputs, which can be
configured optionally as N/O or N/C contacts and which can be used as
binary input for the SPS or building control systems.
Tapping occurs via a clamping block designed for supply voltage
potential.
The relay card is pre-configured ex works and has the technical data as
followed:
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Segment
1
2
3
4
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SPECIFICATION
PIN NO
Specification / Function
(Normal Open)
Dry contact ( EK381V4L, PIN 14)
240 VAC / 1A (max.) or 30
Pin 9 & Pin 2
VDC / 1A (max.)
240 VAC / 1A (max.) or 30
Pin 10 & Pin 3
VDC / 1A (max.)
240 VAC / 1A (max.) or 30
Pin 11 & Pin 4
VDC /1A (max.)
240 VAC / 1A (max.) or
Pin 12 & Pin 5
30V DC / 1A (max.)
240 VAC / 1A (max.) or 30
Pin 13 & Pin 6
VDC / 1A (max.)
6
Pin 8 & Pin 1
NA
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Pin 14 & Pin 1
NA
8
Pin 7 & Pin 1
NA
TXD2
RXD2
GND
RJ45, Pin 3
RJ45, Pin 6
RJ45, Pin 4
RS232 (RJ45 to DB9F)
12 VDC / 3mA (max.)
12 VDC / 3mA (max.)
GND
remark
Output signal, NO or NC
Output signal, NO or NC
Output signal, NO or NC
Output signal, NO or NC
Output signal, NO or NC
Input signal (The external
contact must be closed
between pin8 & pin1)
Input signal (The external
contact must be closed
between pin14 & pin1)
Input signal (The external
contact must be closed
between pin7 & pin1)
Power system GND
6
Interface UPS side
PIN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11-26
Specification / Function
GND
SNMPPOW
RXDUPS
TXDUPS
*UNUSED*
*UNUSED*
-VCC
SNMPSIG
GND
+VCC
RESERVE
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1.2
DETAILED VIEW
PCBA Size: 146.2*60*1.6 mm
1. EK381V4L Dry contact
2. RJ45 connector for RS232
3. Gold Finger interface UPS side
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1.3
CONTACTS EX WORKS
All relay contacts are preconfigured ex works as NO „normally open “.
Please only connect momentary switches to the contacts.
The assignment of some contacts can be customized by using the serial
interface (RS232 cable included).
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SETUP AND OPERATION
1.4
HARDWARE SETUP
First unscrew the cover of the „Intelligent Slot “on the backside of your
UPS.
Next switch on the UPS and insert the relay card AS400 in the slot.
Connect the COM-Port of your computer with the relay card, use the
delivered cable.
1.5
OPERATION
Open Hyperterminal programm via Windows OS run dialog.
Insert a name (e.g. AS400 Card).
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Choose your COM-Port.
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Define your COM-Port settings as followed.
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Advanced settings. Follow steps 1-7.
1
4
2
5
6
3
7
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1.6
PROGRAMMING STEPS
Please enter the standard password „admin“ in the hyperterminal to get
into the main menu.
Please enter the number of your wished menu you want to open.
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If you choose no. 1 you can change the logic of the segments 1-8.
The segments can be defined as NO (normal open) or as NC (normally
closed).
If you choose no. 2 you can define the events for the segments.
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1. Utility Failure – UPS input mains voltage or frequency out of range.
2. Battery Low – UPS Battery voltage level is low.
3. General Alarm – UPS fail condition.
4. Bypass Status – UPS under Bypass mode.
5. Summary Alarm – Any one of AS400 listed faults active will send this
signal.
6. Battery Testing – Battery Testing is in progress.
7. Shutdown Processing – UPS doing shutdown after received shutdown
command via communication port.
8. Over Load Warning – UPS load over spec definition.
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If you choose no. 3 have access to the input segments. Please note that
you can only change segment 6. Segments 7 and 8 can not be changed.
For segment 6 you can choose events as followed.
1. Battery Mode Shutdown – If signal is active and UPS is under battery
mode, UPS will cut off output.
2. Any Mode Shutdown – If signal and UPS is under any mode, UPS will
cut off output.
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3. Emergency Power Off – If signal is active and UPS is under any
mode, UPS will cut off output, give out EPO warning and pressing any
button on UPS LCD panel cannot turn on UPS.
4. Remote On/Off – If signal is active (close Pin 8 & Pin 1 when segment
6 is configured to normal open; or open Pin 8 & Pin 1 when segment 6 is
configured to normal close) and Ups is under any mode, UPS will cut off
output.
If signal is not active (open Pin 8 & Pin 1 when segment 6 is configured
to normal open; or close Pin 8 & Pin 1 when segment 6 is configured to
normal close) and UPS is under any mode, UPS will turn on.
If you choose no. 4 (Function Segment Active Delay Time) you can
change active delay time and current settings.
00 means immediately. 01 means 1 second delay.
If you choose no. 5 you can reset the card to factory settings.
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If you choose no. 6 the firmware version is displayed.
After you are done with all settings choose no. 0 followed by 1 to exit
and save the settings. If you don’t want to save the settings but just exit
choose no. 2. Choose no. 0 again and you will be back in the main
menu.
Important!: Please disconnect the cable once you finished
programming and pull the card out of the slot before operating.
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NOTES
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
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