TM
XM Series 2 VP
Uninterruptible Power Supplies
Technical Manual
615E-CE-36 3 Output, 5 Output Models
622E-CE-48 3 Output, 5 Output Models
Effective: August, 2004
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Uninterruptible Power Supplies
Technical Manual
XM Series 2VP 615E-CE-36 3 Output, 5 Output Models
XM Series 2VP 622E-CE-48 3 Output, 5 Output Models
017-858-B1-003 Rev. C
Effective: August, 2004
Important Technical Note
To minimize the possibility of the transformer becoming unstable, the XM Series 2VP Uninterruptible
Power Supply requires a minimum load of at least 1.0 Ampere connected to the output. An unstable
transformer will not damage or harm either the XM2VP Power Supply or the CATV load. Unstable
transformers will self correct as soon as any load is connected to the power supply.
For further information, contact Alpha Technologies or your nearest Alpha representative.
Information on CE Compliance
Alpha Technologies Communications Module, model USM2.5, has been qualified as an EMC
Class B product, when configured in an Alpha Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) product. When
an (optional) Acterna Embedded Transponder Assembly is configured in an Alpha UPS with model
USM2.5 Communications Module, the resultant UPS product configuration complies only to Class
A requirements, in accordance with the EMC Directive and applicable Technical Standards.
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4. Operation
Table of Contents
DANGEROUS VOLTAGE ............................................................................... 6
INHALATION HAZARD - DON’T BREATHE VAPORS ................................... 6
NO MATCHES OR OPEN FLAMES .............................................................. 6
MECHANICAL OR MOVING PARTS HAZARD ............................................. 6
LEAK HAZARD .............................................................................................. 6
ATTENTION ................................................................................................... 6
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS .............................................................................. 7
BATTERY NOTES .......................................................................................... 8
Introduction...................................................................................... 9
1.1
1.2
The XM Series 2VP Power Supply ............................................. 9
Theory of Operation .................................................................. 10
1.2.1
1.2.2
1.2.3
1.3
XM Series 2VP Layout ............................................................. 13
1.3.1
1.3.2
1.3.3
1.3.4
1.4
AC (LINE) Operation ..................................................................... 10
Standby Operation ........................................................................ 11
Charger Operation ......................................................................... 12
XM Series 2VP Transformer Module .............................................. 13
XM Series 2VP Inverter Module ..................................................... 13
XM Series 2VP Communication Module ........................................ 15
Bottom Access ............................................................................. 16
Optional Features ..................................................................... 16
2. Installation .................................................................................. 17
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
Installation—General ................................................................. 17
XM Series 2VP Installation ....................................................... 17
Inverter Module Removal and Installation ................................... 19
USM2.5 (Universal Status Monitor) .......................................... 20
DSM Installation & Turn Up........................................................ 22
3. Configuration ............................................................................. 24
3.1
3.2
Power Distribution Board Setup ............................................... 24
AC Output Voltage Reconfiguration........................................... 25
4. Operation.................................................................................... 24
4.1
Start-up and Test ....................................................................... 26
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.1.3
AC Line Operation ........................................................................ 26
Self Test Operation ....................................................................... 27
Standby operation ......................................................................... 27
4.2 Smart Display ............................................................................... 28
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3
4.2.4
4.2.4.1
4.2.5
4.2.6
4.3
4.4
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Normal Operation .......................................................................... 30
Additional Info ............................................................................... 31
Setup Menu .................................................................................. 32
Active Alarm ................................................................................. 35
Active Alarm Help Sub-Menu ......................................................... 37
Control Panel LEDs ...................................................................... 40
Detailed Menu Structure and Navigation ........................................ 41
Smart Display Glossary ............................................................ 43
Automatic Performance Test ..................................................... 46
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5. Maintenance
5. Maintenance .............................................................................. 46
5.1
XM Series 2VP Maintenance ................................................... 47
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.1.3
5.1.4
5.1.5
5.1.6
5.1.7
5.2
5.3
Check Battery Terminals and Connecting Wires ........................... 47
Check Battery Open Circuit Voltage .............................................. 47
Check Battery Voltage Under Load ............................................... 48
Check Battery Charger Voltage ..................................................... 48
Check Output Voltage ................................................................... 48
Check Output Current ................................................................... 49
Inverter Module Maintenance ......................................................... 49
XM Series 2VP Maintenance Check List .................................. 50
XM Series 2VP Maintenance Log............................................. 51
6. Specifications ............................................................................ 50
7. Troubleshooting and Repairs ................................................. 52
7.1
7.2
7.3
Troubleshooting ........................................................................ 54
Repair Instructions ................................................................... 54
Parts Ordering Instructions ....................................................... 54
8. Warranty ..................................................................................... 53
8.1
Warranty ................................................................................... 55
9. Emergency Shutdown .............................................................. 56
9.1
Emergency Shutdown ............................................................... 56
List of Figures
Figure 1-1; XM Series 2VP Power Supply ................................................... 10
Figure 1-2; Simplified Block Diagram ........................................................... 11
Figure 1-3; Charger Modes .......................................................................... 12
Figure 1-4; Transformer Module Connections .............................................. 13
Figure 1-5; Inverter Module Features .......................................................... 14
Figure 1-6; Communication Module ............................................................. 15
Figure 2-1; XM2VP Mounting Template ....................................................... 18
Figure 2-2; USM Series 2.5 ........................................................................... 20
Figure 3-1; Power Distribution Board ............................................................. 22
Figure 3-4; Output Tap Connector .................................................................. 23
Figure 4-1; Configuration Screen ................................................................... 24
Figure 4-2; Smart Display ............................................................................. 27
Figure 4-3; Normal Operation Display ............................................................ 28
Figure 4-4; Additional Info Display ................................................................. 29
Figure 4-5; Setup Menu Display .................................................................... 32
Figure 4-6; Active Alarm Display ................................................................... 34
Figure 4-7; Control Panel LEDs ..................................................................... 38
Tables
Table 2-1; USM2.5 Set-up ............................................................................. 21
Table 3-1; Power Distribution Board Setup ..................................................... 22
Table 3-2; Output Voltage Reconfiguration ..................................................... 23
Table 6-1; Model Specifications ..................................................................... 51
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XM Series 2VP Safety
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED
IN THIS MANUAL
CAUTION
HAZARDOUS CONDITION
To reduce the risk of injury or death caused by electrical shock, explosion of fuel or moving
parts; and to ensure the continued safe operation of this product, the following symbols have been
placed throughout this manual. Where these symbols appear, use extra care and attention.
DANGEROUS VOLTAGE
This symbol indicates a “dangerous voltage” may exist in this area of the product. Use
caution whenever working in the area to prevent electrical shock.
INHALATION HAZARD - DON’T BREATHE VAPORS
This symbol indicates an “inhalation hazard” may exist in this area of the product. Use
caution whenever working in the area to prevent possible inhalation of harmful (fuel or
exhaust) vapors.
NO MATCHES OR OPEN FLAMES
This symbol indicates a “fire or explosive hazard” may exist in this area of the product. Use
caution whenever working in the area to prevent possible combustion of fuel vapors.
MECHANICAL OR MOVING PARTS HAZARD
This symbol indicates an “mechanical or moving parts hazard” may exist in this area of
the product. Use caution whenever working in the area to prevent possible injury to the
operator or service personnel.
LEAK HAZARD
This symbol indicates a “leak hazard” may exist in this area of the product. Use caution
whenever working in this area to prevent and correct any leaks detected.
ATTENTION
This symbol indicates important installation, operation or maintenance instructions. Always
follow these instructions closely.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
NOTE: Alpha Technologies’ products are subject to change through continual improvement
processes. Therefore, specifications and/or design layouts may vary slightly from
descriptions included in this manual. Updates to the manual will be issued when
changes affect form, fit or function.
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XM Series 2VP Safety
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
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The XM Series 2VP Power Supply must be serviced by qualified personnel.
•
If batteries are being stored prior to installation, they should be charged at least
once every three months to ensure optimum performance and maximum battery
service life.
•
Verify the voltage requirements of the equipment to be protected (load), the AC input
voltage to the power supply (line), and the output voltage of the system prior to
installation.
•
The utility service panel must be equipped with a properly rated circuit breaker for
use with this power supply.
•
Do NOT exceed the output rating of the power supply, when connecting the load.
•
Always use proper lifting techniques whenever handling units, modules or batteries.
•
The XM Series 2VP Power Supply contains more than one live circuit! Even though
AC voltage is not present at the input, voltage may still be present at the output.
•
Reduce the chance of spark and wear on the connectors; always switch the inverter’s
battery circuit breaker to OFF before connecting or disconnecting the battery pack
•
The battery pack, used to provide backup power, contains dangerous voltages.
Battery inspection and replacement must be performed by qualified personnel.
•
Always wear protective clothing, insulated gloves and eye protection, such as safety
glasses or a face shield, whenever working with batteries.
•
Always carry a supply of water, such as a water jug, to wash the eyes or skin in the
event of exposure to battery electrolyte.
•
Do not allow live battery wires to contact the enclosure chassis. Shorting battery
wires can result in a fire or possible explosion.
•
Batteries must be inspected every three to six months for signs of cracking, leaking
or swelling.
•
Always replace batteries with those of an identical type and rating. Never install old
or untested batteries.
•
Avoid using uninsulated tools or other conductive materials when handling batteries
or working inside the enclosure.
•
Remove all rings, watches and other jewelry before servicing batteries.
•
Spent or damaged batteries are considered environmentally unsafe. Always recycle
used batteries.
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BATTERY NOTES
•
Always refer to the Battery manufacturer’s recommendation for selecting correct
“FLOAT” and “ACCEPT” charge voltages. Failure to do so can damage the batteries.
•
Verify the Power Supply’s battery charger “FLOAT” and “ACCEPT” charge voltages.
•
Batteries are temperature sensitive. During extremely cold conditions, a battery’s
charge acceptance is reduced and requires a higher charge voltage; during extremely
hot conditions, a battery’s charge acceptance is increased and requires a lower
charge voltage. To compensate for changes in temperature, the battery charger
used in the power supply is temperature compensating. “FLOAT” and “ACCEPT”
charge voltages will vary depending upon the ambient air temperature.
•
If the batteries appear to be over- or under-charged, first check for defective batteries
and then verify the correct charger voltage settings.
•
Batteries must be inspected every three to six months for signs of cracking, leaking,
or swelling to ensure optimum performance.
•
Check battery terminals and connecting wires. Battery terminal connections should
initially be tightened to 65 inch/pounds (7.34 N•m), and should be re-torqued to 50
inch/pounds (5.64 N•m) during routine maintenance. Treat the terminals with an
approved battery terminal coating such as NCP-2.
•
Check battery voltages UNDER LOAD. Use a load tester if available. Differences
between any battery in the set should not be greater than 0.3VDC.
•
Check the power supply’s battery charger voltages. Refer to the battery manufacturer’s
recommendation for correct charge voltages and the power supply’s operation manual
for corresponding charger settings.
•
Establish and maintain a battery maintenance log.
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1. Introduction
1.1
The XM Series 2VP Power Supply
The Alpha XM Series 2VP family of Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS) are designed for
powering signal processing equipment in Cable Television and Broadband LAN distribution systems.
The power supply, which consists of an XM2VP power module, provides the critical load with
current-limited, regulated AC power that is free from disturbances such as spikes, surges, sags,
noise, brownouts or blackouts.
During AC line operation, AC power enters the power supply and is converted to a “quasi”
square wave and regulated (at the required output voltage) by the ferroresonant transformer. This
regulated, quasi square wave voltage is connected to the load via the Output Connector. At the
same time, some power is directed to the battery charger to maintain a float charge on the batteries.
When the incoming AC line voltage significantly deviates from normal, or a utility power outage
occurs, the XM2VP Inverter Module automatically switches to standby (inverter) operation in order
to maintain power to the load. During the switch to standby operation, energy contained in the
module’s ferroresonant transformer continues to supply power to the output. Backup power can
continue to power the load until the battery voltage reaches a low-battery voltage. When utility line
power returns, the XM2VP power module waits a short time (approximately 10 to 20 seconds) for
the utility voltage and frequency to stabilize and then initiates a smooth, inphase transfer back to
AC line power. Once the transfer is complete, the battery charger quickly recharges the batteries
in preparation for the next utility power outage.
NOTE: The duration of battery-backed standby operation depends upon the type and number of
batteries used and the load on the power supply.
The XM Series 2VP Uninterruptible Power Supply contains an impressive list of features which
includes a built-in self test, battery test, and a Status Monitoring Interface. The Display allows the
operator to view all of the power supply’s operating parameters. Automatic scrolling (AUTO-SCROLL)
is always active, so there is no need to press any buttons to view the power supply’s status or
system parameters. Any alarms that might be present are automatically indicated in the display in
place of the operating parameters. This conveniently allows the operator to immediately see that a
fault has been detected. Troubleshooting tips to remedy the problem are available by pressing the
keypad’s arrow keys. Voltage and current measurements are easily accomplished via the built in
metering circuits, without the need for external test equipment. Front panel test points are provided in
the event that the operator needs (or wants) to perform manual measurements.
The Protective Interface Module (PIM) option allows the XM Series 2VP Uninterruptible Power
Supply to provide programmable current limits for TWO or FOUR output channels. There is also an
available fifth Output Channel; also called the ONU, which is a hard wired output protected by a self
resetting 7A Circuit Breaker
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1. Introduction
1.2
Theory of Operation
The modular XM Series 2VP Power Supply is comprised of the Transformer Module (which
can act as a stand-alone line conditioner), the Inverter Module (required for standby operations), and
an optional Communications Module (used to provide external status monitoring and communications).
The ferroresonant transformer, resonant capacitor, transfer isolation relay are all part of the Transformer
Module; and the Inverter Module has all the necessary circuitry needed for the three-stage temperaturecompensated battery charger, DC to AC converter (inverter), AC line detectors, and the Smart
Display.
Figure 1-1; XM Series 2VP Power Supply
1.2.1
AC (LINE) Operation
During AC Line operation, utility power is routed into the primary winding of the ferroresonant
transformer and through the contacts of the transfer isolation relay. At the same time, power is
directed to the rectifier circuitry in the inverter which provides power for the control circuitry. The
bidirectional inverter also serves as a battery charger during line operation. The ferroresonant
transformer and an AC capacitor form the resonant (tank) circuit; which provides excellent noise
and spike attenuation, short circuit current limiting, and output voltage regulation. The ferroresonant
transformer produces a “quasi” square wave output which resembles a rounded square wave.
NOTE: When measuring the output voltage of ferroresonant transformers, use only a true RMS
AC voltmeter. Non-RMS reading meters are calibrated to respond to pure sine waves and
will not provide an accurate reading when measuring a “quasi” square wave output.
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1. Introduction
1.2
Theory of Operation, continued
1.2.2
Standby Operation
When the incoming AC line voltage drops or rises significantly, or a complete power outage
occurs, the control logic’s line monitor activates standby operation. During the transfer from AC
line to standby operation, the battery powered inverter comes on-line as the isolation relay switches
to prevent AC power from back-feeding to the utility. Also, the energy contained in the ferroresonant
transformer continues to supply power to the load. Additionally, the following occur within the
XM2VP Power Supply. The isolation relay opens to disconnect the AC line from the primary winding
of ferroresonant transformer. The control logic drives the inverter FETs ON and OFF at line
frequency. This switching action converts the DC battery current into AC in the inverter winding of
the ferroresonant transformer which provides regulated power to the load. The control logic, which
includes a microprocessor and other circuits to protect the inverter FETs from over-current damage,
monitors the condition of the batteries during standby operation. Since a prolonged AC line outage
would severely discharge the batteries, resulting in permanent damage, the control logic disables
the inverter when the batteries drop to approximately 10.5Vdc per battery (31.5Vdc for a three
battery set).
When AC line voltage returns, the power module transfers back to AC line operation within 10
to 20 seconds. This delay allows the AC line voltage and frequency to stabilize before the control
logic phase-locks the inverter’s output to the utility input. The control logic then de-energizes the
isolation relay, reconnects the AC line to the primary of the ferroresonant transformer and disables
(turns OFF) the inverter. This results in a smooth, inphase transfer back to utility power without
interruption of service to the load. The battery charging circuit is then activated to recharge the
batteries in preparation for the next power outage.
.
Optional
Communications
Card
.
Plug-in Module Assembly
AC2
Relay
Control
Transformer
.
Battery
Circuit
Breaker
K1
RV2
USM2 Card
AC Line Detector
and
Control Logic
Circuits
AC1
Inverter
Remote
Temperature
Sensor
(+)
(-)
RV1
RV3
RED
RED
BLK
BLK
Batteries
C1
63VAC
48VAC
AC Output
Select
Output
Fuse
Output 1
Output 2
.
ONU
Output 3
Output 4
.
Figure 1-2; Simplified Block Diagram
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1.2
Theory of Operation, continued
1.2.3
Charger Operation
The XM Series 2VP Uninterruptible Power Supply uses a three-stage, temperature-compensated
battery charger. During AC line operation, the inverter winding on the ferroresonant transformer feeds
the charger circuit which provides BULK, ACCEPT, and FLOAT charge voltages to the batteries.
Charger Modes
BULK charge is a "Constant Current" source. This current is the maximum which the charger is
capable of delivering; 10A for 615 models, 10A for 622 Models. As the charge is returned to the
batteries, their voltage increases and, when a specific threshold is reached, 2.25VDC per cell, the
charger switches to ACCEPT mode. The BULK charger mode generally returns the battery charge state
to 80 percent of rated battery capacity. BULK charge is not a temperature compensated battery charge.
ACCEPT charge is a "Constant Voltage" source. This voltage, 2.35VDC (adjustable) per cell, is
temperature compensated to assure longer battery life and properly completes the charge cycle. This
cycle is complete when the charging current into the batteries becomes less than 0.5A, or 6 hours
elapses from the time ACCEPT mode was entered. At this time, the batteries are fully recharged and
the charger switches to the FLOAT mode of operation.
FLOAT charge is a temperature compensated, "Pulsed Voltage" source, averaging about 2.25VDC
(adjustable) per cell. During FLOAT mode, the batteries are fully charged and ready to provide backup
power. The charger provides the small maintenance charge pulse to overcome the batteries selfdischarge characteristics and other minor DC loads within the power supply. As the battery voltage
reaches the “full charge” level
the time delay between pulses
increases.
2.35
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FLOAT modes, the cell voltage
is temperature compensated at
-0.003VDC per cell per degree
C (adjustable) to ensure a safe
battery cell voltage and
maximize battery life.
2.25
2.15
Constant Current until
voltage reaches 2.25
Volts Per Cell
Constant voltage for 6 hrs.
or until current is less than
.5 Amps, whichever is first.
Pulsed Voltage to
maintain 2.25 Volts
Per Cell
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1. Introduction
1.3
XM Series 2VP Layout
1.3.1
Outputs 1-5:
Transformer Module
White = Neutral; Black = Line
The AC output connector is clearly marked: “OUTPUT 1”, and color-coded for easy
identification. The Service Power Inserter (SPI), which couples power to the load, plugs directly
into the OUTPUT connector.
ONU:
Red = Line; White = Neutral
The AC output connector is clearly marked “ONU”, and color-coded for easy identification. The
Service Power Inserter (SPI), which couples power to the load, plugs directly into the ONU connector.
1.3.2
Inverter Module
The removeable Inverter Module serves to provide uninterrupted power to the ferroresonant
transformer (via the batteries) during line failures. During line operation, the inverter charges the
batteries using a three stage charger (bulk, accept, and float).
Battery Input Connector (Located on bottom Panel) Red = Positive; Black = Negative
The batteries plug directly into the inverter module’s battery connector. The connector is color
coded and fits in one direction only providing reverse polarity protection in the event the batteries are
inadvertantly mis-wired.
NOTE:
Always verify proper polarity of cables before connecting the batteries to the power
module. Polarity is clearly marked for easy identification. If, for some reason, the
cables become interchanged at the batteries, the battery circuit breaker will trip.
OUTPUT 3
OUTPUT 1
OUTPUT 4
OUTPUT 2
ONU
Output Fuse
Figure 1-4; Transformer Module Connections
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XM Series 2VP Layout, continued
Battery Circuit Breaker (1)
The 80 Amp battery circuit breaker is used to disconnect the batteries from the Inverter
Module’s DC circuit. With the breaker turned OFF, the XM2VP will not transfer to standby mode,
the inverter is disabled, and the battery charger is unable to charge the batteries. If over current
is detected in the DC circuitry, or battery polarity is accidently reversed, the breaker will trip.
Temperature Probe Connector (2)
The Remote Temperature Sensor (RTS) plugs directly into the temperature probe, “RJ11C” type connector. The sensor end of the RTS is routed into the battery compartment and
taped directly to the side of the center battery. This provides precise battery temperature
measurements in order to accurately adjust the battery charge voltage with changes in battery
temperature. If the remote temperature sensor is not connected or defective, a temperature
sensor in the Inverter Module adjusts the battery charge voltage with changes in ambient
temperature within the power supply.
Smart Display (3)
All operational functions, system testing, setup items, and alarms are available via the
illuminated display panel on the front of the XM2VP. Display functions are accessible by
pressing any of the four keys: ESCAPE, UP arrow, DOWN arrow, and ENTER. Backlighting on
the display illuminates when any of the four
keys are pressed and stays illuminated for a
period of one hour. There are four (4) levels of
menu items; Normal operation, Additional
Information, Setup, and Alarms. Pressing the
ENTER key will sequence the display one level
lower, pressing the ESCAPE key will sequence
the display one level higher. The Smart display
is covered in detail in section 4.2.
Battery Test Points (4)
The XM Series 2VP’s DC Output can
easily be checked by using the Inverter
Module’s battery test point. Use a DC Voltmeter
whenever checking the output.
Figure 1-5; Inverter Module Features
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XM Series 2VP Layout, continued
1.3.3
XM Series 2VP Digital Status Module
Alpha’s advanced Digital Status Module (DSM) is a status monitoring interface to the XM
Series 2 power supply. The DSM is designed to monitor a single power supply and batteries. It
is conveniently located inside of the XM Series 2 power supply.
The DSM continuously gathers enclosure, battery, and power supply data. The data is
transferred to an industry standard transponder (DT) using a new serial interface specified by
the HMS022 standard. The DT will quickly assemble and prepare the data before sending it
back to the head-end equipment and network monitoring software. The software will graphically
display the power supply health via the user-friendly screen.
The DSM and accompanying DT are simply connected using the new modular serial
interface. Power and data are both accounted for in the serial DSM/DT cable. The Battery status
wiring is straightforward and the connector latches directly to the DSM. Existing Alpha
Technologies enclosure tamper switches are accommodated through the DSM tamper
connector. The DSM/DT package will eliminate the potential cabling issues currently reported
by many craft personnel.The DSM LED indicators can be viewed day or night. In conjunction
with XM Series 2 Smart Display and status LEDs, it is easy to diagnose the health of the power
system.
In addition to the HMS022 data, the DSM communication module allows for the Alpha SCI
extensions data information. This data enhances and compliments the HMS022 data to further
the status monitoring capability of the DSM and DT.
For further information regarding the configuration and operation of the DSM, please refer
to the DSM Technical Manual (Alpha p/n 018-331-B0).
SYS COM Connector
Connector used for HMS 022 serial
communications.
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TMPR / XPDR Connector
Connectors used for parallel
communication and tamper status
monitoring between the XM2VP and
the Headend, via third party status
monitoring system.
Figure 1-6; Communication Module
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1.3
XM Series 2VP Layout, continued
1.3.4
Bottom Access
AC Output Fuse
A 30A Slow Blow, 250V fuse is used to protect the XM2VP’s AC output from prolonged
system overloads or short conditions.
AC Input Line Cord
The AC input line cord plugs directly into the utility power outlet to provide utility power
to the XM2VP.
Inverter Cooling Fan
The Inverter Module is equipped with a cooling fan that will operate during standby
operation if the inverter heatsink temperature is above 85°C and stay on until the
temperature has dropped below 75°C. The fan will also operate any time a Self Test is in
progress.
1.4 Optional Features
The following options can be ordered factory installed.
DSM (Digital Status Monitor)
The DSM is a field replaceable, plug-in logic card that allows the XM2VP to be field or factory
configured for status monitoring systems and is configured for parallel applications. The USM2.5
facilitates use with common amplifier monitoring systems.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Inverter cooling fan
AC Input line cord
Output fuse
Output test points
Battery connector
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2. Installation
2.1
Installation—General
To ensure operator safety:
• Power supplies must be installed only by qualified personnel and in accordance
with applicable electrical codes.
• Use eye protection whenever working with batteries.
• Use only sealed, lead-acid type batteries (gelled-electrolyte or equiv., 55 Ah
min.)
Unpacking and Inspection:
Carefully remove the power module and enclosure from their shipping containers. Verify
that the following items have been included:
•
•
XM Series 2VP Power Supply (including RTS).
Any other ordered options.
Inspect the contents. If items are damaged or missing, contact Alpha Technologies and the
shipping company immediately. Most shipping companies have only a short claim period.
SAVE THE ORIGINAL SHIPPING CONTAINER:
Use the original shipping container if the XM2VP needs to be returned for service. If the
original container is not available, make sure the XM2VP is packed with at least three inches of
shock-absorbing material to prevent shipping damage.
NOTE: Do not use popcorn-type material. Alpha Technologies is not responsible for damage
caused by improper packaging on returned units.
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2.2
XM Series 2VP Installation, continued
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Figure 2-1; XM2VP Mounting Template
2.2 Installing the Power Supply
Procedure:
1. Before installation, verify the mounting hardware and the mounting surface are
fully able to support the weight (24.5kg for 615 model and 37kg for the 622
model) of the unit.
2. Mark the mounting hole location per the dimensions shown in the template
above. Secure the unit to a vertical surface, such as a wall or bulkhead. The unit
has been specially designed with multiple mounting positions to accommodate
installations where space is an issue.
3. Switch the Inverter Module’s battery breaker to the OFF position. This will
prevent the inverter from starting when the batteries are first connected to the
unit.
NOTE: Verify battery voltage and polarity before starting the power supply.
4. Plug the quick connects from the battery cable into the Inverter Module’s
battery input connector. The connectors are keyed and color-coded to fit in one
direction only.
5. If remote alarms are included in the installation, the cable will be plugged into
the module’s SSR connector.
6. Plug the Remote Temperature Sensor (RTS) into the temperature probe
connector located on the Inverter Module assembly. Route the sensor end of
the cable into the battery compartment.
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2. Installation
2.3 Inverter Module Removal and Installation
The XM Series 2VP power supply comes with a field-replaceable, Inverter Module
assembly containing the inverter and control logic. The Inverter Module is designed to accept
DSM (Digital Status Monitor) plug-in logic upgrades to facilitate remote status monitoring. The
removable module is located on the front, right-hand side of the XM2VP. Follow the procedure
outlined below to remove the Inverter Module:
CAUTION: ALWAYS switch the battery breaker OFF prior to removing or inspecting the Inverter
Module assembly.
NOTE: The Inverter Module assembly can be removed while the power supply is running on
line power. The XM2VP will continue to operate as a non-standby power supply.
Handle the Inverter Module with extreme care. Circuit boards and logic upgrades
are static-sensitive and susceptible to damage.
NOTE: When reinstalling the Inverter Module, verify the metal shield is properly seated in the
card guides and fully inserted into the housing.
Procedure:
1. Turn OFF the battery breaker. Disconnect the battery input, and the
temperature probe cables from the Inverter Module. Disconnect the TMPR and
XPDR cables from the Communication Module.
2. Loosen the thumbscrews at the top of the Inverter Module.
3. To remove the Inverter Module assembly, grasp the hand hole at the center of
the Inverter Module. Pull firmly to release the module from the inverter
connector. The Inverter Module has been designed to be removed while the
power supply is operating on AC line power.
4. To reinstall the Inverter Module assembly, align the metal shield in the cardguides and slide the Inverter Module back onto the connector. The
thumbscrews are not intended to aid in making this connection, but to secure
the Inverter Module to the chassis.
5. Tighten the thumbscrews.
6. Verify the battery breaker is still OFF, reconnect the battery input, and the
temperature probe cables, and then finally turn ON the battery circuit breaker.
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2. Installation
2.4
USM2.5 (Universal Status Monitor)
The optional, USM2.5 status monitoring upgrade plugs into the XM2VP Inverter Module. The
PCB can be configured for various status monitoring interfaces by setting a DIP switch. Status
monitoring interfaces are listed according to their manufacturer, along with the associated parts.
The USM2.5 also accommodates a tamper switch input to indicate unauthorized enclosure
entries.
CAUTION:
The USM2.5 PCB contains static sensitive components that can be
easily damaged if not handled properly.
1. Switch the battery circuit breaker OFF.
2. Remove the battery input cable, and the temperature probe cable.
3. To remove the Inverter Module, loosen the thumbscrews located at the top of
the panel, grasp the hand hold at the center of the Inverter Module, and pull firmly
to release the module from the inverter connector.
4. Set the switches on SW-1 to the proper configuration settings for your status
monitoring interface, see table on next page.
5. Install the interconnect ribbon cable to J-1 and the matching connector on the
Inverter Module.
6. Snap the Standoff onto the Inverter Module shield.
7. Install the two screws though the USM2.5 assembly into the inverter shield.
8. Carefully reinstall the Inverter Module and tighten the thumbscrews.
9. Reconnect the battery input cable and the remote temperature sensor.
10. Switch the battery circuit breaker ON.
TAMPER
Standoff
(reverse side)
SW-1
XPDR
J-1
SYS COM
Ribbon
Cable
J-2
(used with
optional status
monitoring)
Figure 2-2; USM Series 2.5
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2.4
USM2.5 (Universal Status Monitor), continued
Transponder Manufacturer
Battery Voltage
Output Current
USM2-5 (default)
<48
Acterna
USM2-5 22
Formerly SEG / Cheetah
USM2-5 48
USM2-5 4822
AM Communications
Tollgrade
Internal Acterna
Proprietary Transponder
Alpha Part Number
Switch SW1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
<22A
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
<48
22A
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
48
<22A
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
48
22A
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
USM2-5 AM
<48
<22A
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
USM2-5 AM22
<48
22A
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
USM2-5 AM48
48
<22A
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
USM2-5 AM4822
48
22A
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
USM2-5 TG
N/A
<22A
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
USM2-5 TG22
N/A
22A
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
USM2-5 INT-ACTP
<48
<22A
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
USM2-5 INT-ACTP22
<48
22A
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
USM2-5 INT-ACTP48
48
<22A
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
USM2-5 INT-ACTP4822
48
22A
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
Table 2-1; USM2.5 Set-up
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2.5
DSM Installation & Turn Up
Allow 15 minutes for completion of procedure
Tools required:
#2 Phillips screwdriver
1
1. Insert the nylon standoff as shown.
2. Insert the 2x9-pin header into place in
the Inverter Module.
2
Fig. 2-3 Header and standoff
3. Connect ribbon cable to header and route
through cable tie.
Fig. 2-4 Ribbon Cable connection
4. Attach DSM to the Inverter module with the two 6-32 x 1/4" screws. Verify the 2x9-pin
header is securely seated.
Nylon standoff
6-32 x ¼" screw
2 x 9 pin header
6-32 x ¼" screw
Fig. 2-5 Installation points, DSM circuit board
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2.5
DSM Installation & Turn Up, continued
,
Fig. 2-6 Completed Installation
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Connect ribbon cable to J3.
Slide the IM back into place in the power supply.
Connect the external cabling (DT, BATT, Tamper) at this time.
Plug in the XM2V Line Input and turn on the Battery breaker.
The IM and DSM will begin their initialization sequence.
Press the CONFIG switch 3 times to disable the tamper alarm and remote test.
Use the IM Smart Display Setup Menu to change the default DeviceAddress from zero to
one (or an acceptable HMS022 address), if necessary.
11. Clear all alarms and then latch the configuration by depressing the CONFIG switch for 3
seconds. All LEDs will flash rapidly to confirm latching.
Steps 8, 10
Insert a nonmetallic device through the chassis to
press the "CONFIG" button to latch the configuration.
Fig. 2-7 CONFIG Switch (SW2)
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3. Configuration
3.1
Power Distribution Board Setup
The Power Distribution Board (PDB) must be correctly set up to match actual power supply
features and specifications. Other features on the PDB are needed for configuration settings but
will never need to be changed after initial factory setup. A detailed listing and complete PDB
setup are included in this manual ONLY as an aid to troubleshooting and a reference to be used
to verify configuration. ONLY qualified technicians should ever attempt reconfiguration and only
if following all the steps including; Power supply jumpers and Power Distribution Board setup.
Battery Voltage (SW1-7): Factory set to match the ferroresonant transformer and
Inverter Module battery operating voltage, 36VDC for 615, 48VDC for 622.
Changing this setting will not change the battery voltage of the XM2, this setting
should never be changed.
NOTE: DO NOT CHANGE THE BATTERY VOLTAGE (SW1-7) SETTING!
Power Rating (SW1-6 and SW1-5): Factory set to order, can be changed as
needed during Output Voltage reconfiguration. Power Rating must be set to
match both the model and output voltage of the power supply. Only qualified
technicians should change the Power Rating setting.
Output Voltage (SW1-4 and SW1-3): Factory set to order, can be changed as
needed during Output Voltage reconfiguration. Output Voltage must be set to
match both the model and output voltage of the power supply. Only qualified
technicians should change the Output Voltage setting.
Unused (SW1-8, SW1-2, SW1-1): These switches are unused and should never be
changed.
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OFF
OFF
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Table 3-1; Power Distribution Board Setup
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3. Configuration
3.2
AC Output Voltage Reconfiguration
By moving a conveniently located OUTPUT TAP jumper and readjusting the DIP Switches on
the Power Distribution Board; the output voltage on the XM2VP-615E-CE-36, and XM2VP-622ECE-48 models can be easily reconfigured to provide an output voltage of 63 or 48VAC.
NOTE: Output voltage reconfiguration must ONLY be performed by qualified personnel.
WARNING: Before proceeding, make certain ALL power has been removed from the power
supply by unplugging the power supply from the AC power source, removing all front
panel connections (i.e., Output 1), and disconnecting the battery connector. Failure to
do so could expose the technician to potentially lethal voltages.
Tools Required:
#2 Philips head screwdriver, small flat-blade screwdriver
Output Voltage Reconfiguration Procedure:
1. Completely shut down the XM2VP power supply, verify ALL power is removed.
Verify utility power is OFF and battery power is safely secured (or not installed)
in the enclosure assembly. All connections and cables must be removed from
the XM2VP power supply.
2. Locate the Transformer Module’s output tap connectors (located in the
transformer compartment). Move the single black connector to the desired
output voltage connector. Connectors (Refer To Figure 3-3) are labeled for easy
identification: 63VAC or 48VAC.
3. Remove the Transformer Module’s front panel by removing the four front panel
screws. Lift the front panel up and away from the chassis.
4. Reconfigure the Power Distribution Board as required. Set the Output Voltage
switches (SW1-3 and SW1-4) to reflect the same rating as the currently
selected voltage on the Output Tap connector. In some cases when changing
the Output Voltage selection, the Power Rating and the Output Current settings
may also need to be changed, consult Table 3-2; Output
Voltage Reconfiguration, for proper Power Rating and
Output Current settings for specific models and Output
Voltages. Set the Power Rating switches (SW1-5 and
63V A C
48V A C
SW1-6) to the required setting. Refer to Section 3.1,
SW1-3 = ON
S W 1 -3 = O F F
Power Distribution Board Setup for further details.
5. Replace the front panel.
6. Using approved methods, as
outlined in Section 2.2, XM
Series 2VP Installation,
reinstall the XM2VP power
supply as needed.
XM2VP-615E-CE-36
XM2VP-622E-CE-48
A C O utput
Select
S W 1 -4 = O N
S W 1 -4 = O F F
P o w e r R a tin g
P o w e r R a tin g
900V A
900V A
S W 1 -5 = O F F
S W 1 -5 = O F F
S W 1 -6 = O F F
S W 1 -6 = O F F
900V A
1350V A
S W 1 -5 = O F F
S W 1 -5 = O F F
S W 1 -6 = O F F
S W 1 -6 = O N
63VAC
48VAC
Table 3-2; Output Voltage Reconfiguration
Figure 3-4; Output Tap Connector
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4. Operation
4.1
Start-up and Test
4.1.1
AC Line Operation
1. Before making any power supply connections; verify the correct voltage,
polarity, and frequency are available from both the AC utility power source and
the DC battery system.
2. Verify both the AC circuit breaker (located on customer supplied service
disconnect) is OFF, and the BATTERY BREAKER on the XM2VP is OFF.
3. Plug the XM2VP power cord into the convenience outlet, the battery cable into
the Inverter Module, and the RTS into the TEMP PROBE Connection.
4. Switch the AC (service disconnect) circuit breaker ON to start initial power up.
During this stage the power supply performs a “display self test”, and verifies
the configuration for the power supply. The configuration screen will look similar
to the figure below. After the initial display self test, a NO BATTERIES alarm
message will appear in the Smart Display as the BATTERY BREAKER is still
OFF. The green OUTPUT LED will remain OFF, and the red ALARM LED will
continue to FLASH. Because the BATTERY BREAKER is still OFF, this is
correct.
OUTPUT FREQ BAT IN
60V 15A 50HZ 36V 230
OUTPUT FREQ BAT IN
60V 22A 50HZ 48V 230
(615 model)
(622 model)
Figure 4-1; Configuration Screen for the 615 model
NOTE: The Configuration Screen can be accessed any time by simultaneously pressing the
UP arrow and the ENTER keys.
5. Use the Smart Display to verify XM2VP operations; press the ENTER key to
view Normal Information. Press the ENTER key again to view Additional
Information. Press the ENTER key a third time to view the Setup Menu. (If
desired, the NO BATTERY alarm can be disabled by changing the battery
capacity to “0”.)
6. Use the Smart Display or a true RMS voltmeter to verify AC output (±5%) at the
module’s AC OUTPUT Test Point. If a non-RMS voltmeter is used, the output
reading can vary by as much as 10% due to the “quasi” square wave output of
the ferroresonant transformer.
SETTING
LOW
HIGH
63VAC
59.85VAC
66.15VAC
48VAC
45.6VAC
50.4VAC
7. Switch ON the BATTERY BREAKER. Within one minute the FLASHING red
ALARM LED will turn OFF, the green OUTPUT LED will turn ON, the NO
BATTERIES alarm will clear, and the power supply will resume normal
operations. Use the Smart Display to verify operations and Setup as needed.
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4.1
Start-up and Test, continued
4.1.2
Self Test Operation
1. The XM2VP must be operating correctly with NO alarms present. Use the
Smart Display to verify Normal and Additional Information. Verify Test Duration
in the Setup Menu as needed.
2. Press and hold the DOWN arrow and ENTER key simultaneously to start a Self
Test. The test will run for a preset time (5-180 minutes as set in the Setup
Menu). Self Test can also be entered by setting Self Test to ON in the Setup
Menu.
3. To cancel a Self Test in progress, Push and hold the DOWN arrow and the
ENTER key a second time, or change Self Test to OFF in the Setup Menu.
4.1.3
Standby operation
1. ONLY after a successful completion of a Self Test, with the XM2VP operating
normally in AC line mode; momentarily fail the AC utility input power by
switching the AC (service disconnect) circuit breaker to OFF.
2. The XM2 will start operating in the inverter mode. Return the XM2VP to AC
Line mode by switching the AC (service disconnect) circuit breaker to ON. The
transfer back to utility power may take 10 to 50 seconds. This delay allows the
utility voltage and frequency to stabilize before the module’s phase-lock
circuitry is activated. The module then synchronizes the inverter’s waveform to
the utility’s before initiating a smooth, inphase transfer back to utility power.
Once the transfer is complete, the smart display will report: OPER MODE =
LINE.
3. The XM Series 2VP Power Supply is now fully operational.
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4. Operation
4.2
Smart Display
All operational functions, system testing, setup menus, and alarms are available via the
illuminated display panel on the front of the XM2VP Power Supply. Display functions are accessible
by pressing any of the four keys: ESCAPE, UP arrow, DOWN arrow, and ENTER. Description of
the key functions is as follows:
ESCAPE Key:
The ESCAPE key offers the following features:
• Move up one level in the menu tree.
• Allow the operator to leave the EDIT mode without saving (ignoring) the changes
made to the selected menu item.
UP Arrow:
The UP arrow serves two primary functions:
• To scroll up in a branch of the menu tree.
• To increase a parameter (or value) while in the EDIT mode.
• When the TOP menu item is reached, a DOWN arrow ( ) will appear in the display,
indicating that you need to use the DOWN arrow to navigate through the menu
items.
DOWN Arrow:
The DOWN arrow serves two primary functions:
• To scroll down in a branch of the menu tree.
• To decrease a parameter (or value) while in the EDIT mode.
• When the BOTTOM menu item is reached an UP arrow ( ) will appear in the
display, indicating that you need to use the UP arrow to navigate through the
menu items.
ENTER Key:
The ENTER key provides the following functions:
• Displays the next lower level in the menu tree.
• In the EDIT mode, the ENTER accepts the new value into memory.
• Depressing the ENTER key for two seconds or longer initiates the DISPLAY TEST
mode. The DISPLAY TEST mode switches all LED and LCD pixels (dots) ON for
several seconds.
SELF TEST Function: +
The XM Series 2VP can manually be placed in a self test mode by pressing the DOWN arrow
and ENTER keys together:
• Press the DOWN arrow and ENTER keys simultaneously. A self test will be initiated
and run for a preset time (5 - 180 minutes, period is set in the setup menu).
• To cancel a self test in progress, press the DOWN arrow and ENTER keys
simultaneously.
Display Backlighting
The display will normally be “dark”. Press any key, once, to activate backlighting. This will
illuminate the display without deactivating the AUTO SCROLL mode.
Auto Scroll
The display will normally be in the AUTO SCROLL mode, continually cycling through the submenu items at a two second interval. In this mode the operator can quickly view all operating parameters
without the need to press any keys.
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4.2
Smart Display, continued
Single Step
Pressing either arrow key will activate SINGLE STEP, allowing the operator to “step” through
the individual menu items. Each press of the arrow key will step up or down through the sub-menu
items. Pressing the ESCAPE key will return to auto-scroll.
Display Symbols:
The rightmost character of the display, may appear on either line, indicates the proper key
function when manually scrolling. Where more than one choice is available multiple characters
will appear. The following characters or text may appear:
CHAR.
DESCRIPTION
The top of the menu has been reached. To view more menu items, use the DOWN
arrow.
The bottom of the menu has been reached. To view additional menu items, use
the UP arrow.
Access more menu items by pressing either the UP or DOWN arrow keys.
Use the ENTER key to select this function.
<ESC> Use the ESCAPE keys to leave the selected function without altering any values or
to go to back to the previous menu in the display.
Use the UP or DOWN arrows to change a display value or mode; ESCAPE to leave
this menu item without making any changes (and go back to the previous menu);
<ESC> ENTER to save the change into memory. These types of multiple display choices
are normally available in the programming mode.
Top Line in Display
(Provides additional instructions)
Arrow Key Direction Indicator
(manual scroll mode)
NORMAL OPERATION
OUTPUT VOLTAGE 63 V
ESCAPE Key
UP Arrow
Second Line in Display
(scrolls through system
information)
DOWN Arrow
ENTER Key
Figure 4-2; Smart Display
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4.2
Smart Display, continued
4.2.1
Normal Operation
If no Alarms are present, the XM Series 2VP Power Supply will be operating in the Normal
Operation display mode. This mode allows the operator to view the primary operating parameters
of the power supply. In this mode the display will AUTO-SCROLL through the available menu
items at a two second interval. In the Normal Operation mode, the displayed items are all “metered”
items, and are for informational purposes only (not programmable) with respect to the operational
status of the power supply.
The Normal Operation menu contains the following items:
Top Line (Provides additional instructions):
• OPERATION NORMAL
TO MANUAL SCROLL
•
•
FOR ADDIT’L INFO
Second Line (cycles through the following parameters):
• INPUT VOLTAGE xxxV
• BATT VOLTS xx.xV
• OUTPUT VOLTAGE xxV
• OUTPUT 1 CURR xx.xA
• OUTPUTS 2+ONU xx.xA
• OUTPUT 3 CURR xx.xA
• OUTPUT 4 CURR xx.xA
• xx EVENTS xxx MIN
• CHARGER MODE = float
• OPER MODE = line
NOTE: Lower case italicized items indicate variables which will change according to the operating
mode, setup, and/or measured values. These items will appear as normal UPPER CASE
text in the actual display.
Top Line in Display
(Provides additional instructions)
NORMAL OPERATION
INPUT VOLTAGE
BATTERY VOLTS
OUTPUT VOLTAGE
OUTPUT 1 CURR
OUTPUTS 2+ONU
OUTPUT 3 CURR
OUTPUT 4 CURR
12 EVENTS
CHARGER MODE =
OPER MODE =
230V
40.5V
63V
3.0A
4.2A
3.1A
1.9A
65 MIN
FLOAT
LINE
Direction Indicator Symbols
Currently Displayed
Sub-menu Item
Auto Scrolling
Sub-menu Items
Figure 4-3; Normal Operation Display
(Examples are given for values in the display)
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4.2
Smart Display, continued
4.2.2
Additional Information Display
Press the ENTER ( ) key to activate the Additional Information display which is an extension
of the Normal Operation mode and displays information of secondary importance to the operator.
This mode operates in a similar fashion as the normal operation display described. When the
Additional Information display is first accessed, the displayed information will be in the AUTO
SCROLL mode, cycling through the menu items at a two second interval. Pressing the UP or
DOWN arrow keys will allow the information to be accessed one step at a time. Pressing the
ENTER key will access the Setup Menu (discussed later) and pressing the ESCAPE key will
reactivate the AUTO SCROLL mode. Pressing the ESCAPE key a second time will reactivate the
Normal Operation display (up one level).
The Additional Information display contains the following items:
Top Line (Provides additional instructions):
• ADDITIONAL INFO
•
TO MANUAL SCROLL
•
TO SETUP MENU
• <ESC> TO SYSTEM INFO
Second Line (cycles through the following parameters):
• BATTERY TEMP xx°C
• CHARGER CURR xx.x A
• INPUT FREQ xx.x HZ
• OUTPUT VA xxx
• PERCENT LOAD xx%
Top Line in Display
(Provides additional instructions)
Direction Indicator Symbols
ADDITIONAL INFO
BATTERY TEMP
37°C
CHARGER CURR
INPUT FREQ
OUTPUT VA
PERCENT LOAD
8.2A
50HZ
730
80%
Currently Displayed Sub-menu Item
Auto Scrolling Sub-menu Items
Figure 4-4; Additional Info Display
(Examples are given for values in the display)
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4.2
Smart Display, continued
4.2.3
Setup Menu
The Setup Menu is one level below the Additional Information display and is reached by
pressing the ENTER key. This menu allows the operator to view and/or change the programmable
operating parameters of the power supply. When the Setup Menu is accessed, navigation is similar
to the Normal Operation menu. Pressing the UP or DOWN arrow keys will access the Single Step
mode where individual sub-menu items can be selected one at a time.
To select and change a value in the Setup Menu:
1. Press either the UP or DOWN arrow keys to put the display in the Manual Scroll
Mode.
2. Continue pressing the UP or DOWN keys until the desired item is displayed.
3. Press the ENTER key to select the item for editing.
4. Use the UP arrow key to increase the displayed value or the DOWN arrow key to
decrease the value. Pressing and holding either the UP or DOWN arrow keys for
more than two seconds while in edit mode will cause the displayed value to change
more rapidly.
NOTE: The actual parameter being modified in EDIT mode doesn’t change until the new data is
saved by pressing the ENTER key twice.
5. Press the ENTER key when the desired value is displayed. This will access an
additional display, giving the operator a chance to back out of the programming
mode (ESCAPE) and not save the new value, or to accept and save the new
value in to memory by pressing the ENTER key.
6. Once the value is entered into memory, the display will return to the Setup Menu,
where you can check and view the new value, or select additional parameters to
modify.
If an incorrect value was accidently entered, repeat the above process and enter the proper
value or select the SET DEFAULTS menu selection of the Setup Menu and press ENTER twice to
reset all parameters the their factory default values.
NOTE: The SET DEFAULTS menu selection will not reset STANDBY TIME, STANDBY EVENTS,
or DEVICE ADDRESS; the operator must manually reset these settings.
In addition to incrementing or decrementing numerical values using the UP and DOWN arrow
keys, the operator will also have selections such as ON or OFF and YES or NO. These are selected
and entered exactly the same as described above. The CODE VER and XM_CLASS VER selections
are informational display only items and cannot be edited.
To return to the Normal Operation menu from the Setup Menu, press the ESCAPE key three
times.
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4. Operation
4.2
Smart Display, continued
The Setup Menu contains the following items:
Top Line (provides additional information)
•
•
•
SET UP MENU
TO MANUAL SCROLL
<ESC> TO ADD’L INFO
Second Line (cycles through the following parameters):
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Parameter
Default (622)
Range
Minimum
Maximum
FLOAT V/C
ACCEPT V/C
TEMP COMP
BATT CAPACITY
CONSTANT
SELF TEST
TEST INHIBIT
TEST INTERVAL
TEST COUNTDOWN
TEST DURATION
FREQ RANGE
TAP SWITCH
ONU OUTPUT
RESET OUT 1
RESET OUT 2
RESET OUT 3
RESET OUT 4
PEAK CURR 1
PEAK I 2+ONU
PEAK CURR 3
PEAK CURR 4
RMS LIMIT 1
RMS LIMIT 2
RMS LIMIT 3
RMS LIMIT 4
RETRY DELAY
RETRY LIMIT
OVER CURR TOL
10 Seconds
N+1 VALID
STANDBY TIME
STANDBY EVENTS
SET DEFAULTS
CODE VER
XM_ CLASS VER
DEVICE ADDRESS
2.25
2.35
3mV/Cell/°C
100 Ah
CURRENT
OFF
--30 Days
0 Days
10 Minutes
3.0 Hz
NO
ON
--------15.0A (22.0A)
15.0A (22.0A)
15.0A (22.0A)
15.0A (22.0A)
15.0A (22.0A)
15.0A (22.0A)
15.0A (22.0A)
15.0A (22.0A)
60 Seconds
10
2.1V/Cell
2.2V(B)/Cell
0mV/Cell/°C
0 Ah
CURRENT or
ON
or
7 Days
0 Days
0 Days
5 Minutes
1.0 Hz
NO
or
(READ ONLY)
NO
or
NO
or
NO
or
NO
or
3.0A
3.0A
3.0A
3.0A
3.0A
3.0A
3.0A
3.0A
5 Seconds
0
3 seconds
2.35V/Cell
2.45V/Cell
5mV/Cell/°C
1,000 Ah
POWER
OFF
7 Days
360 Days
365 Days
180 Minutes
6.0 Hz
YES
NO
0 Minutes
0 Events
NO
X.XX.X
6
1
NO
or
0 Minutes
0 Events
NO
or
(READ ONLY)
(READ ONLY)
0
YES
## Minutes
## Events
YES
BLANK
BLANK
BLANK
BLANK
25.0A
25.0A
25.0A
25.0A
24.4A
24.4A
24.4A
24.4A
301 Seconds
40
20 milliseconds
15
Refer to Section 4.3 Smart Display Glossary, for descriptions of the Setup Menu Parameters.
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4.2
Smart Display, continued
Top Line in Display
(Provides additional instructions)
SETUP MENU
FLOAT V/C
Direction Indicator Symbols
2.25
ACCEPT V/C
2.35
TEMP COMP
3MV
BATT CAPACITY
100
CONSTANT
CURRENT
SELF TEST
OFF
TEST INHIBIT
-TEST INTERVAL
30D
TEST COUNTDOWN
3D
TEST DURATION
10M
FREQ RANGE
3.0HZ
TAP SWITCH
NO
ONU OUTPUT
ON
RESET OUT 1
-RESET OUT 2
-RESET OUT 3
-RESET OUT 4
-PEAK CURR 1
15.0A (22.0A)
PEAK I 2+ONU
15.0A (22.0A)
PEAK CURR 3
15.0A (22.0A)
PEAK CURR 4
15.0A (22.0A)
RMS LIMIT 1
15.0A (22.0A)
RMS LIMIT 2
15.0A (22.0A)
RMS LIMIT 3
15.0A (22.0A)
RMS LIMIT 4
15.0A (22.0A)
RETRY DELAY
60S
RETRY LIMIT
20
OVER CURR TOL
35MS
N+1 VALID
NO
STANDBY TIME
65
STANDBY EVENTS
12
SET DEFAULTS
NO
CODE VER
3.01.2
XM_CLASS VER
6
DEVICE ADDRESS
1
Currently Displayed
Sub-menu Item
Auto Scrolling
Sub-menu Items
(Values for XM622E-CE-48)
Figure 4-5; Setup Menu Display
(Examples are given for values in the display)
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4.2
Smart Display, continued
4.2.4
Active Alarm
If alarms are present, the Active Alarm display will show which alarms have been detected.
Major alarms will also cause the red LED to flash.
The menu tree contains the following items:
Top Line (Provides additional instructions):
• ACTIVE ALARM
TO MANUAL SCROLL
•
• <ESC> TO ADD’L INFO
Second Line (cycles through all detected alarms):
• SELF TEST FAIL
• LOW BATT VOLTS
• HIGH BATT VOLTS
• NO BATTERIES
• BATT TEMP PROBE
• LINE ISOLATION
• OUTPUT FAILURE
• OUTPUT OVERLOAD
• OUTPUT 1 TRIPPED
• OUTPUT 2 TRIPPED
• OUTPUT 3 TRIPPED
• OUTPUT 4 TRIPPED
• CHARGER FAILURE
• INPUT FAILURE
• INV DISCONNECTED
• INVERTER TEMP
• TAP FUSE FAIL
• CONFIG ERROR
Press either the UP or DOWN arrow keys to stop automatic scrolling. The arrows appearing at
the right-hand side of the display text indicate which keys to press to show the next item in the
menu. Use the UP and DOWN arrow keys to select the alarm of interest. Press ENTER to select
the alarm and display diagnostic information. Press the ESCAPE key to return to the alarm list.
NOTE: If only one alarm is active, the alarm list is bypassed and the display will show diagnostic
information for the single active alarm.
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4.2
Smart Display, continued
Top Line in Display
(Provides additional instructions)
Arrow Key Direction Indicator
***ACTIVE ALARM***
SELF TEST FAIL
Currently Displayed Sub-menu Item
LOW BATT VOLTS
HIGH BATT VOLTS
NO BATTERIES
BATT TEMP PROBE
LINE ISOLATION
OUTPUT FAILURE
OUTPUT OVERLOAD
OUTPUT 1 TRIPPED
OUTPUT 2 TRIPPED
OUTPUT 3 TRIPPED
OUTPUT 4 TRIPPED
CHARGER FAILURE
INPUT FAILURE
INV DISCONNETED
INVERTER TEMP
TAP FUSE FAIL
CONFIG ERROR
Auto Scrolling
Sub-menu Items
Figure 4-6; Active Alarm Display
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4.2
Smart Display, continued
4.2.4.1 Active Alarm Help Sub-Menu
To assist the operator in troubleshooting an Active Alarm condition, a HELP sub-menu offers
possible remedies relating to the displayed alarm. To access the Active Alarm Help sub-menu,
scroll to the alarm of interest and press the ENTER key. The diagnostic information will auto scroll
initially. Enter manual scroll mode by pressing either the UP or DOWN arrow key. Press the DOWN
arrow to scroll through the list of remedies.
SELF TEST FAIL <MAJOR ALARM> While in Self Test Mode, the battery voltage dropped
below 1.85V/Cell, or an inverter failure occured.
Top Line (Provides additional instructions):
• SELF TEST FAIL
Second Line (select using the UP and DOWN arrow keys):
• 1. CHECK BATTERIES
• 2. CHECK INVERTER
LOW BATT VOLTS <MAJOR ALARM> While in Standby Mode, the battery voltage dropped
below 1.85V/Cell.
Top Line:
• LOW BATT VOLTS
Second Line:
• 1. SHUTDOWN IMMINENT
• 2. CHECK AC INPUT
• 3. CONNECT GENERATOR
HIGH BATT VOLTS <MAJOR ALARM> The battery voltage has exceeded 2.5V/Cell.
Top Line:
• HIGH BATT VOLTS
Second Line:
• 1. CHK CHGR SETTINGS
NO BATTERIES <MAJOR ALARM> Detected the absence of batteries. This alarm is inactive
when Battery Capacity is set to 0 Amp hours.
Top Line:
• 1. NO BATTERIES
Second Line:
• 1. CHK BATTERY BREAKER
• 2. CHK CONNECTIONS
• 3. CHK BATTERY FUSE
BATT TEMP PROBE <MINOR ALARM> Battery temperature probe has failed, or is not
connected.
Top Line:
• BATT TEMP PROBE
Second Line:
• 1. CHECK CONNECTION
• 2. CHECK SENSOR
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4.2
Smart Display, continued
LINE ISOLATION <MAJOR ALARM> Line isolation circuitry has failed, and all standby
operations have been suspended.
Top Line:
• LINE ISOLATION
Second Line:
• 1. REPLACE PWR SUPPLY
OUTPUT FAIL <MAJOR ALARM> The AC output has failed.
Top Line:
• OUTPUT FAIL
Second Line:
• 1. CHECK OUTPUT FUSE
• 2. OUTPUT OVERLOADED?
OUTPUT OVERLOAD <MAJOR ALARM> XM2VP output is overloaded.
Top Line:
• OUTPUT OVERLOAD
Second Line:
• 1. OUTPUT SHORT CIRCUIT?
• 2. TOO MUCH LOAD
• 3. CHK OUTPUT CURRENT
OUTPUT 1 (2, 3, or 4) TRIPPED <MAJOR ALARM> Output 1 (2, 3, or 4) hardware protection
mode has been engaged. This can only be active when the PIM is installed.
Top Line:
• OUTPUT 1 (2, 3, or 4) TRIPPED
Second Line:
• 1. OVER CURRENT
• 2. CHECK SETTINGS
CHARGER FAILURE <MAJOR ALARM> The battery charger has failed, or has shut down in
response to a problem such as battery over-temperature.
Top Line:
• CHARGER FAILURE
Second Line:
• 1. RESEAT INVERTER
• 2. PERFORM SELF TEST
INPUT FAILURE <MINOR ALARM> The AC input has failed.
Top Line:
• INPUT FAILURE
Second Line:
• 1. UTILITY FAILURE?
• 2. CKT BREAKER INPUT
• 3. INPUT CONNECTIONS
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4.2
Smart Display, continued
INV DISCONNECTED <MAJOR ALARM> The Inverter Module is not properly connected.
Top Line:
• INV DISCONNECTED
Second Line:
• 1. RESEAT INVERTER
• 2. CHECK RIBBON CABLE
INVERTER TEMP <MAJOR ALARM> Inverter heat-sink temperature has exceeded specified
limits. Standby operations will be suspended until temperature drops to a safe level.
Top Line:
• INVERTER TEMP
Second Line:
• 1. CHECK FAN
• 2. CHECK FILTER
TAP FUSE FAIL <MAJOR ALARM> A fuse on the Tap Switch option has failed.
Top Line:
• TAP FUSE FAIL
Second Line:
• 1. CHECK TAP FUSES
• 2. CHECK TAP RELAYS
CONFIG ERROR <MAJOR ALARM> The XM2VP is improperly configured. Operation is
suspended until error is corrected.
Top Line:
• CONFIG ERROR
Second Line:
• 1. CHECK CONFIGURATION SWITCHES
• 2. CHECK FOR INCORRECT INVERTER MODULE
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4.2
Smart Display, continued
4.2.5
Control Panel LEDs
Two front panel LEDs indicate the condition and status of the XM2VP. The green OUTPUT
LED, when illuminated, indicates the power supply is functioning normally and supplying output
AC to the load. A FLASHING OUTPUT LED indicates that a minor alarm has been detected. If the
OUTPUT LED is OFF, a major alarm has been detected.
The red ALARM LED either flashes or is OFF depending on the operating state of the power
supply. A flashing ALARM LED indicates that a major alarm has been detected. This state will clear
when the alarm is no longer present. Normally, the red ALARM LED will be OFF indicating normal
power supply operation.
OUTPUT LED (green)
SOLID =Normal Operation
FLASHING =Minor Alarm
OFF =Major Alarm
ALARM LED (red)
FLASHING =Major Alarm
OFF =Minor Alarm
OFF =Normal Operation
Figure 4-7; Control Panel LEDs
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4.2
Smart Display, continued
4.2.6
Detailed Menu Structure and Navigation
NORMAL OPERATION
(Auto-scroll Information)
To SELF-TEST
+
Input Voltage 230 V
Battery Volts 40.5 V
Output Voltage 60 V
Output 1 Curr 3.0 A
Outputs 2+ONU 4.2 A
Output 3 Curr 3.1 A
Output 4 Curr 1.9 A
12 Events 65 M
Charger Mode = Float
Oper Mode = Line
Back to NORMAL OPERATION
To ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
TESTING: 10 MIN
Battery Volts 37.3 V
+
Back to NORMAL OPERATION
Back to
AUTOSCROLL
To SINGLE
STEP
To ADDITIONAL
ESC
INFORMATION
NORMAL OPERATION
(Single Step Information)
Input Voltage 230 V
Battery Volts 40.5 V
Output Voltage 60 V
Output 1 Curr 3.0 A
Outputs 2+ONU 4.2 A
Output 3 Curr 3.1 A
Output 4 Curr 1.9 A
12 Events 65 M
Charger Mode = Float
Oper Mode = Line
ESC
ADDITIONAL INFO
(Auto-scroll Information)
To SETUP MENU
Battery Temp 37OC
Charger Curr 8.2 A
Input Frequency 50.1 Hz
Output VA 730
Percent Load 80%
Back to ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
ESC
To SINGLE
SETUP MENU - Auto-scroll
(Values for 622 Model)
Back To
AUTO-SCROLL
STEP
ESC
ADDITIONAL INFO
(Single Step Information)
Battery Temp 37 OC
Charger Curr 8.2 A
Input Frequency 50.1 Hz
Output VA 730
Percent Load 80%
To SETUP MENU
SETUP MENU - single step
(Values for 622 Model)
LEGEND
Control
Panel
Key
Display
Symbol
Description
UP Arrow
Float V/C =2.25
Accept V/C = 2.35
Temp Comp =3.0 mV
Batt Capacity = 100 Ah
Constant Current
Self Test = ON
Test Inhibit = OFF
Test Interval = 30 D
Test Countdown = 30 D
Test Duration = 70 M
Freq Range = +/- 3 Hz
Tap Switch = Yes
ONU Output = ON
Reset Out 1= ON
Reset Out 2 = ON
Reset Out 2 = ON
Reset Out 2 = ON
Peak Curr 1 = 15.0A (22.0A)
Peak I 2+ONU = 15.0A (22.0A)
Peak Curr 3 = 15.0A (22.0A)
Peak Curr 4 = 15.0A (22.0A)
RMS Limit 1 = 15.0A (22.0A)
RMS Limit 2 = 15.0A (22.0A)
RMS Limit 3 = 15.0A (22.0A)
RMS Limit 4 = 15.0A (22.0A)
Retry Delay = 60 S
Retry Limit = 31
Over Curr Tol = 3 S
N+1 Valid = ON
Standby Time = Min
Standby Events
Set Defaults
Code Ver X.XX.X
XM2 Class Ver 1
Device Address 0
To SINGLE STEP
Float V/C =2.25
Accept V/C = 2.35
Temp Comp =3.0 mV
Batt Capacity = 100 Ah
Constant Current
Self Test = ON
Test Inhibit = OFF
Test Interval = 30 D
Test Countdown = 30 D
Test Duration = 70 M
Freq Range = +/- 3 Hz
Tap Switch = Yes
ONU Output = ON
Reset Out 1= ON
Reset Out 2 = ON
Reset Out 2 = ON
Reset Out 2 = ON
Peak Curr 1 = 15.0A (22.0A)
Peak I 2+ONU = 15.0A (22.0A)
Peak Curr 3 = 15.0A (22.0A)
Peak Curr 4 = 15.0A (22.0A)
RMS Limit 1 = 15.0A (22.0A)
RMS Limit 2 = 15.0A (22.0A)
RMS Limit 3 = 15.0A (22.0A)
RMS Limit 4 = 15.0A (22.0A)
Retry Delay = 60 S
Retry Limit = 31
Over Curr Tol = 3 S
N+1 Valid = ON
Standby Time = Min
Standby Events
Set Defaults
Code Ver 0.05.0
XM2 Class Ver 1
Device Address 0
Back to AUTO-SCROLL
ESC
To PROGRAM MODE
ABORT
ESC
EDIT
<ESC>
USING
Float V/C = 2.25 V
To ACCEPT
Back to SINGLE STEP
SETUP MENU
NEW DATA
To Accept New Data
<ESC> to Abort
DOWN Arrow
ENTER
ESC
<ESC>
Back to SETUP MENU
ESC
ESCAPE
or
DATA
ACCEPTED
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Smart Display, continued
4.2
***ACTIVE ALARMS***
(Auto-Scroll Information)
Self Test Fail
Low Batt Volts
High Batt Volts
No Batteries
Batt Temp Probe
Line Isolation
Output Failure
Output Overload
Output 1 Tripped
Output 2 Tripped
Charger Failure
Input Failure
Inv Disconnected
Inverter Temp
Tap Fuse Fail
Config Error
N+1 In Use
N+1 Fault
To System Info
ESC
ESC
To Active Alarm List
NOTE
:
Only detected
alarms will
appear in this
menu.
NORMAL OPERATION
(Single Step Information)
Input Voltage 230 V
Battery Volts 40.5 V
Output Voltage 60 V
Output 1 Curr 3.0 A
Outputs 2+ONU 4.2 A
Output 3 Curr 3.1 A
Output 4 Curr 1.9 A
12 Events 65 M
Charger Mode = Float
Oper Mode = Line
NORMAL OPERATION
(Single Step Information)
Input Voltage 230 V
Battery Volts 40.5 V
Output Voltage 60 V
Output 1 Curr 3.0 A
Outputs 2+ONU 4.2 A
Output 3 Curr 3.1 A
Output 4 Curr 1.9 A
12 Events 65 M
Charger Mode = Float
Oper Mode = Line
To SINGLE STEP
Back to
ESC
AUTO-SCROLL
To Additional
Infomation
Additional Information
To
Additional
Infomation
To
SINGLE STEP
(Auto-Scroll Information)
To
System Info
Input Frequency 50.1 Hz
Output VA 730
Input Frequency 50.1 Hz
ESC
Percent Load 80%
To HELP
Screens for
Selected Alarm
Back to
AUTO-SCROLL
ESC
***ACTIVE ALARMS***
(Auto-Scroll Information)
Self Test Fail
Low Batt Volts
High Batt Volts
No Batteries
Batt Temp Probe
Line Isolation
Output Failure
Output Overload
Output 1 Tripped
Output 2 Tripped
Charger Failure
Input Failure
Inv Disconnected
Inverter Temp
Tap Fuse Fail
Config Error
N+1 In Use
N+1 Fault
To
SETUP MENU
NOTE:
Only detected
alarms will
appear in this
menu.
Back to
AUTO-SCROLL
ESC
ESC
Back to
AUTO-SCROLL
HELP Screens
OUTPUT OVERLOAD
(Single Step Information)
1. Output Short Ckt?
2. Too Much load
3. Chk Output Current
Float V/C =2.25
Accept V/C = 2.35
Temp Comp =3.0 mV
Batt Capacity = 100 Ah
Constant Current
Self Test = ON
Test Inhibit = OFF
Test Interval = 30 D
Test Countdown = 30 D
Test Duration = 70 M
Freq Range = +/- 3 Hz
Tap Switch = Yes
ONU Output = ON
Reset Out 1= ON
Reset Out 2 = ON
Reset Out 2 = ON
Reset Out 2 = ON
Peak Curr 1 = 15.0A (22.0A)
Peak I 2+ONU = 15.0A (22.0A)
Peak Curr 3 = 15.0A (22.0A)
Peak Curr 4 = 15.0A (22.0A)
RMS Limit 1 = 15.0A (22.0A)
RMS Limit 2 = 15.0A (22.0A)
RMS Limit 3 = 15.0A (22.0A)
RMS Limit 4 = 15.0A (22.0A)
Retry Delay = 60 S
Retry Limit = 31
Over Curr Tol = 3 S
N+1 Valid = ON
Standby Time = Min
Standby Events
Set Defaults
Code Ver X.XX.X
XM2 Class Ver 1
Device Address 0
Output VA 730
Percent Load 80%
To
SETUP MENU
ESC
To
Additional
Information
SETUP MENU - Single Step
( Values for 622 Model)
Float V/C =2.25
Accept V/C = 2.35
Temp Comp =3.0 mV
Batt Capacity = 100 Ah
Constant Current
Self Test = ON
Test Inhibit = OFF
Test Interval = 30 D
Test Countdown = 30 D
Test Duration = 70 M
Freq Range = +/- 3 Hz
Tap Switch = Yes
ONU Output = ON
Reset Out 1= ON
Reset Out 2 = ON
Reset Out 2 = ON
Reset Out 2 = ON
Peak Curr 1 = 15.0A (22.0A)
Peak I 2+ONU = 15.0A (22.0A)
Peak Curr 3 = 15.0A (22.0A)
Peak Curr 4 = 15.0A (22.0A)
RMS Limit 1 = 15.0A (22.0A)
RMS Limit 2 = 15.0A (22.0A)
RMS Limit 3 = 15.0A (22.0A)
RMS Limit 4 = 15.0A (22.0A)
Retry Delay = 60 S
Retry Limit = 31
Over Curr Tol = 3 S
N+1 Valid = ON
Standby Time = Min
Standby Events
Set Defaults
Code Ver 0.05.0
XM2 Class Ver 1
Device Address 0
To SINGLE STEP
ESC
Back to
AUTO-SCROLL
DATA
ACCEPTED
ESC
Output Watts 620 W
Back to
AUTO-SCROLL
SETUP MENU- Auto-Scroll
( Values for 622 Model)
OUTPUT OVERLOAD
(Auto-Scroll Information)
1. Output Short Ckt?
2. Too Much load
3. Chk Output Current
To SINGLE
STEP HELP
Screens
(Single Step Information)
Battery Temp 37 OC
Charger Curr 8.2 A
O
Battery Temp 37 C
Charger Curr 8.2 A
ESC
To SINGLE
STEP
Additional Information
To Accept New Data
<ESC> to Abort
LEGEND
Control
Panel
Key
Display
Symbol
Description
UP
Arrow
ESC
<ESC>
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To ACCEPT
NEW DATA
To
PROGRAM
MODE
EDIT
USING
<ESC>
DOWN Arrow
Float V/C = 2.25 V
ENTER
Back to SETUP MENU
Back to
SINGLE STEP
SETUP MENU
ESC
ESCAPE
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4. Operation
4.3
Smart Display Glossary
Battery Capacity
Capacity of the battery strings that are attached to the XM Series 2VP. When batteries are
not attached, the setting must be programmed to “0.” This will disable all standby operations,
including test mode, and disable the NO BATTERIES Alarm. If batteries are attached,
then this setting should be programmed to the total rating of all battery strings. This setting
can be programmed to higher values to accommodate multiple battery strings.
NOTE: If an XM Series 2VP is used in a non-standby application, this variable MUST be
programmed to “0” to disable the battery maintenance cycle portion of a self-test.
Charger Accept Voltage
XM Series 2VP battery Accept charge voltage control in volts per cell. Factory set for
Alpha Cell batteries, if another manufacturer’s batteries are used, consult the battery
manufacturer for Accept voltage levels.
Charger Float Voltage
XM Series 2VP battery Float charge voltage control in volts per cell. Factory set for Alpha
Cell batteries, if another manufacturer’s batteries are used, consult the battery manufacturer
for Float voltage levels.
Charger Temperature Compensation
XM Series 2VP battery charger temperature compensation control. Programming this
parameter to “0.0” will disable temperature compensation. Factory set for Alpha Cell
batteries, if another manufacturer’s batteries are used, consult the battery manufacturer
for Charger Temperature compensation ranges.
Device Address
The XM Series 2VP must have a unique address to communicate with a system controller.
The system controller uses the address as an identifier to query the XM Series 2VP for
information. All XM Series 2VP on the same communications bus must be uniquely
identified by setting this address, in each XM Series 2VP, to a unique value between 0 and
7.
NOTE: This parameter is not reset to 0 when factory defaults are reset. Device addresses 8
through 15 are not implemented.
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Smart Display Glossary, continued
Frequency Range Limit
The XM Series 2VP AC input frequency range limit. This limit establishes the acceptable
input frequency range outside of which standby operation is initiated.
Over-Current Tolerance Period
An output over-current condition will be tolerated on outputs for this amount of time. When
this delay expires, the output protection relay disables the feeder. This counter is only
used when a PIM is installed.
Peak Current Trip level 1 (2, 3, and 4)
Value of output current, programmable between 3A and 24A (defaulted to 22A), that causes
an immediate (no delay) over-current trip on the output #1 (2+ONU, 3, and 4) protection
relay. This limit is also linked to counter data item Over Current Tolerance Period (see
graph below).
RMS Current Limit 1 (2, 3, and 4)
If the output current is higher than the RMS Current Limit, programmable between 3A and
24A (defaulted to 22A), and lower than the Peak Current Limit for more than one minute,
the output is tripped. There are no RETRIES. The only way to reset the output is through
the front panel. This limit is also linked to counter data item Over Current Tolerance Period
(see graph below).
NOTE: When the programmable RMS current limit has been set to a value of 22 A (equal to the
default value of the programmable peak current limit) it has in effect, been disabled. In the
event of an overcurrent condition, the Power Supply will react to peak current trip level
and function.
I f th e lo a d c u re n t e x c e e d s th e R M S c u rre n t b u t is le s s th a n th e p e a k
c u rre n t fo r a p e rio d g re a te r th a n o n e m in u te , th e o u tp u t w ill 'trip ' a n d
n e v e r R E T R Y . R e s e t is b y fro n t p a n e l o n ly .
S H O R T C IR C U IT D E T E C T IO N
( m o re th a n 4 0 A a n d o u tp u t
v o lta g e le s s th a n 2 0 V
s im u lta n e o u s ly )
(2 5 A m a x )
PR O G R A M M A B LE PE A K C U R R E N T
( D e fa u lt s e ttin g 2 2 A )
( 3 A m in )
P ro g ra m m a b le R M S C u rre n t
s e t to a d e fa u lt v a lu e o f 2 2 A
( 2 4 .4 A m a x )
PR O G R A M M A B LE R M S C U R R E N T
( D e fa u lt s e ttin g 2 2 A )
( 2 0 m S m in )
(1 0 S m a x )
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6 0 SE C O N D S FR O M
IN C E P T IO N O F F A U L T
C U R R E N T T O L ER A N C E
PR O G R AM M AB LE PEAK
( D E F A U L T S E T T IN G 3 M S )
' R ET R Y '
IN S T A N T O F
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1 0 M S ( F IX E D )
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4. Operation
4.3
Smart Display Glossary, continued
Retry Delay
Protective Interface Module option output fault retry interval timer. This is the period of
time between each attempt to restart an output connection.
Retry Limit
Protective Interface Module fault retry count limit. This is the number of times the XM2VP
will attempt to restart an output connection at the frequency specified by RETRY DELAY.
This counter is only used if the PIM is installed.
Set Defaults
When programed by the operator to “YES,” all the programmable data levels (except
DEVICE ADDRESS) are reset to the original factory settings.
Self-test
When programed by the operator to “YES,” the XM2 will start a SELF-TEST.
Standby Events
XM2VP standby events counter. This does not include self-test events. Use the Setup
Menu to reset Standby Events to zero.
Standby Time
The total amount of time the XM2VP has operated in standby mode. This does not include
self-test time and thus represents the sum total number of minutes of AC line failure since
the last time this counter was reset. Use the Setup Menu to reset Standby Time to zero.
NOTE: Resetting factory defaults does not clear Standby Events or Standby Time.
Test Countdown
The number of days remaining before the next scheduled autotest is initiated. This variable
is programmable and allows the operator to select the day that the autotest sequence will
begin. This counter has no affect if Autotest Interval is set to 0.
Test Duration
Automatic self test duration timer. The number of minutes the XM2VP performs battery
maintenance cycle test. This timer applies to tests initiated automatically or manually.
Test Inhibit
When programed by the operator to “+7DAYS,” the XM2VP will delay the start of a scheduled
SELF TEST for seven days (See Section 4.4, Automatic Performance Test for complete
details).
Test Interval
Automatic self test control timer. The number of days between battery maintenance cycle
tests. Setting this value to zero will disable automatic self test.
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4.4
Automatic Performance Test
Automatic Test
The XM Series 2VP can periodically perform an automatic self test to verify the state of the
batteries and the inverter circuitry. The automatic test feature has several programmable parameters
that affect the frequency and duration of automatic tests. In addition to automatic testing, the
XM2VP can manually be put into test mode by pressing the ENTER and the DOWN arrow keys
simultaneously. A running test may be halted manually by pressing the ENTER and the DOWN
arrow keys a second time.
The test sequence starts with a check to verify that batteries are attached and the battery
circuit breaker is closed. If the batteries are discharged or not connected, the XM2VP will NOT
attempt to operate in inverter test mode, and thus NOT drop the load if the inverter does not have
sufficient batteries to operate. Next, the XM2VP switches to standby mode for a pre-programmed
period. Successful completion of a test sequence means that the XM2VP operated normally in
standby mode, the battery voltage didn’t drop below a preset threshold and the output was stable
throughout the test. Failure of test will be indicated by a SELF TEST FAIL alarm which can be
cleared by subsequently running a successful test for at least one minute.
Test Control
A manual test may be initiated (or a running test may be halted) at any time by pressing the
ENTER and the Down arrow keys simultaneously or by changing the SELF TEST switch via the
front panel interface or status communications. A self test may also be started via the USM2.5 card.
Prevention of an automatic test that is scheduled to occur in the next week can be accomplished
by issuing a TEST INHIBIT command. This command is useful if periodic maintenance is scheduled
to occur on the power supply near the time that the next automatic test is to start. This control
feature may also be used when inclement weather is expected that may cause a utility failure. The
TEST INHIBIT command only affects an automatic test scheduled to run in the next 7 days. Multiple
issues of the TEST INHIBIT command will result in the deferral of the next automatic test until at
least 7 days after the last request. This command has no affect if an automatic test is not scheduled
to take place in the next week. Starting a test manually overrides the TEST INHIBIT command.
The automatic test feature is ON by default, but may be turned OFF. To turn auto-test OFF,
change the TEST INTERVAL to 0 days in the SET UP menu. Auto-test may be enabled at any time
by changing the TEST INTERVAL to any nonzero value. The default TEST INTERVAL is 30 days.
TEST COUNTDOWN has two purposes: To inform the operator of a pending automatic test, or to
allow the operator to schedule the next automatic test.
TEST DURATION can be adjusted to meet the customer’s needs. Caution must be exercised
when increasing the parameter because long self tests compromise the standby capability during
and shortly after the test.
The STANDBY TIME and STANDBY EVENTS counters are not incremented during XM2VP self
tests.
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5. Maintenance
5.1
XM Series 2VP Maintenance
Maintenance must be performed every three to six months. By establishing a routine
maintenance program and following the guidelines contained in this manual, the XM2VP will
continue to provide years of trouble-free operation.
Care of the batteries is the first step in any power supply maintenance program. In addition to
voltage checks, visually inspect the batteries for signs of cracking, leaking, or swelling. To aid in
quick identification and tracking of voltages in the maintenance log, number the batteries inside
the enclosure using labels or masking tape, etc. Batteries are temperature sensitive and susceptible
to over- and under-charging. Since batteries behave differently in the winter than in the summer,
Alpha’s battery chargers automatically compensate for changes in temperature by adjusting float
and accept charge voltages.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
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The XM Series 2VP Power Supply must be serviced ONLY by qualified personnel.
Use heavy gloves when handling a XM2VP module that has just been taken out
of service. The ferroresonant transformer generates heat and may cause burns if
handled with bare hands.
Alpha Technologies is not responsible for battery damage due to improper charger
voltage settings. Consult the battery manufacturer for correct charger voltage
requirements.
When removing batteries, ALWAYS switch the XM2VP Inverter Module’s battery
breaker OFF before unplugging the battery connector.
ALWAYS wear safety glasses whenever working with batteries.
5.1.1
Check Battery Terminals and Connecting Wires
Check each battery terminal and connection. Verify the posts are clean and the crimped
connectors are tight. Battery terminal connections should initially be tightened to 65 inch/pounds
(7.34 N•m), and re-torqued to 50 inch/pounds (5.64 N•m) during routine maintenance. If there is
an “in-line” fuse in the battery cable, check the fuse holder and fuse. Verify the terminals are
properly treated with an approved battery terminal corrosion inhibitor such as NCP-2. Record
date of maintenance in the maintenance log.
5.1.2
Check Battery Open Circuit Voltage
Switch the front panel battery breaker of the XM2VP Inverter Module to OFF. Disconnect the
battery connector from the Inverter Module and measure the individual voltage across each battery.
The difference between any battery in the string should not be greater than 0.3 VDC. Defective or
marginal batteries should be replaced with an identical type of battery. Record the unloaded battery
voltages in the maintenance log.
NOTE: Whenever the battery breaker is turned OFF or the batteries are not connected, the XM2VP
will automatically report a NO BATTERIES alarm. This is normal for this condition and is
part of the built in safety features, the XM2VP will NOT attempt any standby operations
(standby or test) during a NO BATTERY alarm.
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5.1
XM Series 2VP Maintenance, continued
5.1.3
Check Battery Voltage Under Load
An unloaded battery test will not give a true indication of a battery’s health. In order to completely
verify a batteries ability to supply load, a battery must be tested while under a load. This is the
most accurate method to determine the condition of the batteries. The simplest way to place a
load on a battery is to conduct a XM2VP Self Test. If a battery is defective the XM2VP will NOT
drop the load, and will notify the operator of a defective battery via a SELF TEST FAIL alarm.
CAUTION:
Weak or severely discharged batteries can explode when put under load. As
an added safety precaution, place the enclosure’s door between the operator
and batteries before attempting standby operation.
If the batteries appear functional (i.e., if they have passed “Check Battery Open Circuit Voltage”
test), reconnect the battery input connector to the power module, switch the battery breaker ON,
WAIT for the NO BATTERIES alarm to reset. Simultaneously press the ENTER and the DOWN
arrow keys on the Smart Display, to manually start an inverter Self test. The XM2VP will NOT go to
Self test if the batteries are defective or disconnected. Initally the battery voltage will appear to
drop quickly (this is just the “surface” charge on the batteries), after a short time in standby the
battery voltage will stabilize. When the battery voltage appears to stabilize, use a multimeter to
measure individual battery voltages under load. The difference between any of the batteries should
not be greater than 0.3 VDC. Replace defective or marginal batteries with an identical type of
battery. Record the loaded battery voltages in the maintenance log.
5.1.4
Check Battery Charger Voltage
The advanced three-stage charging features of the XM2VP are completely self monitoring. During
normal power supply operations the XM2VP will continuously verify the operating condition of the
battery charger. If, for any reason, the battery charger fails, a CHARGER FAIL alarm will immediately
be displayed on the Smart Display. Because of the operation of the battery charger there are NO
operator voltage checks required.
5.1.5
Check Output Voltage
Measure the AC output voltage at the XM2VP Transformer Module’s OUTPUT test points
using a true RMS AC voltmeter. Only use a True RMS meter, as other meters may not give a
correct reading.
Output voltages should appear within ±5% of 63VAC for 60V units , and ±5% of 48VAC for 48V
units, at a nominal 230VAC line input.
Setting
Real
63VAC
48VAC
63VAC
48VAC
Low
High
59.85VAC
45.6VAC
66.15VAC
50.4VAC
Record the voltages in the maintenance log. Output voltages can also be observed by using the
Smart Display.
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5. Maintenance
5.1
XM Series 2VP Maintenance, continued
5.1.6
Check Output Current
With the XM2VP in normal operating mode, observe the Smart Display OUTPUT CURRENT. The
value of output current will be dependant on the total amount of load connected to the power supply.
Record the current in the maintenance log.
5.1.7
Inverter Module Maintenance
1. Carefully remove the Inverter Module assembly (see Section 2.3 Inverter Module
Removal and Installation).
2. Inspect the Inverter Module for signs of dust or corrosion. Clean with a damp rag
or soft, nonmetallic brush if necessary and allow to dry completely.
NOTE:
Circuit boards are static-sensitive and must be handled with care.
3. Clean the card edge connector with an alcohol-based cleaner (such as greaseless
TV tuner cleaner). Also check the mating card edge connector inside the
Transformer Module and clean if necessary.
4. Carefully tighten any screws used for mounting components to the heatsink. DO
NOT overtighten semiconductor mounting hardware. Verify plug-in attachments such
as USM2.5 logic upgrades are firmly seated.
5. Remove the Inverter Module’s cooling fan shroud and clean the fan’s foam filter.
Verify that the fan rotates easily and is free of obstructions. Replace the filter and
then the fan shroud.
WARNING:
DO NOT remove the fan shroud if the Inverter Module is installed into the
Transformer Module, the fan can start up without warning placing the service
technician in possible danger from moving parts.
6. Reinstall the Inverter Module (see Section 2.3 Inverter Module Removal and
Installation) and test the XM2VP for proper operation (see Section 4.1 Start-up and
Test).
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5.2
XM Series 2VP Maintenance Check List
Test and Maintenance Procedure:
1. Record batteries’ manufacture, Date Code and Lot Number, also record the
XM2VP’s Model Number and Serial Number.
2. Check each battery terminal and connection. Verify the posts are clean and the
crimped connectors are tight. Battery terminal connections should initially be
tightened to 65 inch/pounds (7.34 N•m), and re-torqued to 50 inch/pounds (5.64
N•m) during routine maintenance. Reapply corrosion inhibitor as needed.
3. Turn OFF the XM2VP’s battery breaker, measure the unloaded battery volts,
the difference between batteries should not be greater than 0.3VDC. Turn
battery breaker back ON.
4. Observe and record: the Smart Display, Normal Operations.
Input Voltage:
Battery Voltage:
Output Voltage:
Output 1 Current:
Output 2 Current:
Output 3 Current:
Output 4 Current:
Standby Events:
Total Standby Time:
Charger Mode:
Operation Mode:
5. Observe and record: the Smart Display, Additional Information.
Battery Temperature:
Charger Current:
Input Frequency:
Output VA:
Percent Load:
6. Place the XM2VP into Self Test, wait a minimum of five (5) minutes, measure
the loaded battery volts. The measured differences between batteries should
not be greater than 0.3VDC. Also, observe that the output to the load is
uninterrupted. Allow the XM2VP to cycle out of Self Test, (default 70 minutes;
can be changed by using the Setup Menu). Self Test will NOT add events or
time to the event counter.
WARNING:
If the XM2VP fails the following test there will be a loss of power to the load. DO
NOT perform the test if the power supply is suspect, or the load is at a critical
stage.
7. If the XM2VP has passed ALL previous tests (e.g. Battery Load Test, Self Test),
remove input power by turning OFF the utility input breaker. The XM2VP will go
into standby operation, verify that there is no interruption to the output. Observe
the battery voltage as reported on the Smart Display. If battery voltage drops
below 45.3VDC (31.5 for 36 VDC units), reapply utility power immediately. After
five (5) minutes reapply utility power. The XM2VP will then transfer back to normal
operation, clear any alarms, and start the battery charger (BULK mode, if
needed). This test will add standby events and time to the event counter.
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5. Maintenance
5.3
XM Series 2VP Maintenance Log
BATTERY MAI NTENANCE
Ba t t ery 1
Bat t ery 2
Bat t ery 3
Bat t ery 4
Bat t ery 1
Bat t ery 2
Bat t ery 3
Bat t ery 4
B ATTERY MANUFACTURE
DATE CODE & LOT NUMBER
B ATTERY TERMINAL CHECK
B ATTERY VOLTAGE UNLOADED
B ATTERY VOLTAGE LOADED
MAI NTENANCE
MODEL NUMBER
SERI AL NUMBER
NORMAL OPERATI ON
INPUT VOLTAGE
B ATTERY VOLTAGE
OUTPUT VOLTAGE
OUTPUT1 Current
OUTPUT2 Current
OUTPUT3 Current
OUTPUT4 Current
STANDBY EVENTS
STANDBY TIME
CHARGER MODE
OPERATION MODE
ADDI TI ONAL I NFORMATI ON
B ATTERY TEMPERATURE
CHARGER CURRENT
I NPUT FREQUENCY
OUTPUT WATTS
OUTPUT VA
PERCENT LOAD
DATE
OF
SERVICE
SERVICE TECHNICIAN
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Input Voltage
230V + 15% -20%
230V + 15% -20%
Input Current Max. (230VAC)
8A
12A
Input Frequency (50Hz)
± 3%
± 3%
Input Power Factor @ Nominal
0.9
0.9
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Power
900VA
1350VA
Output Voltage (VAC)
48 / 63 VAC
Output Current
15A
22A
Regulation
± 5.5%
± 5.5%
Output Frequency(Hz)
± 1%
± 1%
Current Limit
150% of max. output rating
150% of max. output rating
Transfer Time
Uninterrupted Output
Uninterrupted Output
Efficiency
90+% Typical(85% standby)
90+% Typical(85% standby)
PIM Option
(5) @ 3 to 15A
Display
Standard 2 x 20 Backlit LCD
Standard 2 x 20 Backlit LCD
48 / 63VAC
5 @ 3 to 22A
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Battery Voltage
36VDC
48VDC
Low Voltage Cutout
31.5VDC
42VDC
Float Voltage
40.5
53.5VDC
Equalize Voltage
42.3
56.4VDC
Temperature compensation
0.0 to 0.005 VDC/°C
0.0 to 0.005 VDC/°C
Current Charger (average)
10 Amps
10 Amps
Charge Time
12 hours w/100Ah battery
12 hours w/100Ah battery
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Chassis Dimensions
455mm x 284mm x 238mm
Weight
24.5kg
37.0kg
Universal Status Monitor
USM 2.5
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Option 1 - USM2.5 Interface
Digital Status Monitor
DSM
Operating Temperature
-40°C to +55°C
-40°C to +55°C
Humidity
0 to 90%, non-condensing
0 to 90%, non-condensing
Option 2 - DSM Interface
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6. Specifications
SAFETY AND ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY (EMC)
Safety:
Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC, 93/68/EEC,
EN60950:1992, EN50091-1:1993
EMC:
EMC Directive 89/336/EEC, 93/31/EEC, 92/68/EEC
EN50091-2:1996
The following table shows the Input/Output values for voltage, current, frequency, and
Battery voltages for various XM2VP configurations.
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7. Troubleshooting and Repairs
7.1
Troubleshooting
The Smart Display troubleshooting guide is designed to display typical symptoms, causes
and solutions, starting with the most obvious and working systematically through the XM2. Alpha
Technologies recommends that the power supply’s maintenance log accompany units brought in
for bench service to aid the operator in troubleshooting the problem.
7.2
Repair Instructions
A Return Material Authorization (RMA) must first be obtained from Alpha’s Customer Service
Department for all XM Series 2 Power Supplies returned to Alpha Technologies. The RMA needs
to be clearly marked on the original shipping container. If the original container is no longer available,
the XM2 must be packed with at least 3 inches of shock-absorbent material. Returns need to be
prepaid and insured (COD and freight collect can not be accepted without prior approval).
NOTE: DO NOT use popcorn type packing material. Popcorn (both foam or other types)
does not work as a packing material for heavy items, is quite messy, a potential
static electricity hazard, and not allowed in some areas.
ALPHA TECHNOLOGIES DOES NOT ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR
SHIPPING DAMAGE CAUSED BY IMPROPER PACKAGING ON RETURNED
UNITS.
NOTE: Any information pertaining to the nature of the power supply failure or problem,
along with a copy of power supply’s maintenance log, should be included with the
returned unit.
7.3
Parts Ordering Instructions
When ordering parts from Alpha Technologies, contact the Customer Service Department directly:
USA, Asia Pacific, Latin America
(360) 647-2360
Australia
+61-2-9894-7866
Canada
(604) 430-1476
Germany
+49-9122-79889-0
Middle East
+357-5-375675
United Kingdom
+44-1279-422110
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8. Warranty
8.1
Warranty
Alpha Technologies, Inc., provides a LIMITED WARRANTY covering the performance of all
Alpha’s CATV and Broadband products. The terms and conditions of the LIMITED WARRANTY
STATEMENT are contained in a separate written LIMITED WARRANTY STATEMENT included
with this product. If there are any warranty claims, the purchaser (or purchaser’s representative)
must follow the LIMITED WARRANTY guidelines, described in the applicable LIMITED WARRANTY
STATEMENT.
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9. Emergency Shutdown
9.1
Emergency Shutdown
The XM2VP power supply contains more than one live circuit. During an emergency, utility
power may be disconnected at the service enetrance or main electrical panel to protect emergency
personnel. But power will still be present at the Output.
To prevent the possibility of injury to service or emergency personnel, always follow this
procedure to safely shutdown the XM2 power supply.
EMERGENCY SHUTDOWN PROCEDURE:
STEP 1: Turn the BATTERY BREAKER to OFF
STEP 2: Unplug the AC Input Line Cord from the service entrance.
STEP 3: Unplug the OUTPUT and connections.
1
Turn OFF
BATTERY
BREAKER
3
2
Disconnect Outputs
Unplug AC
Line Cord
Figure 9-1; Emergency Shutdown
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Bellingham, WA 98226
Tel: +1(360) 647-2360
Fax: +1(360) 671-4936
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CANADA
Alpha Technologies
4084 McConnell Court
Burnaby, B.C. V5A 3N7
Tel: +1(604) 430-1476
Fax: +1(604) 430-8908
UNITED KINGDOM
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Fax: +44-1279-423355
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Tel: +49-9122-79889-0
Fax: +49-9122-79889-21
MIDDLE EAST
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Tel: +357-5-375675
Fax: +357-5-359595
AUSTRALIA
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Corner Park Rd and Prince’s Rd
East
Tel: +61-2-9894-7866
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