Table of Contents
1. 2. 3. ablerex
MSII and MSII-RT
Series
4. 5. 6. Parallel Redundancy On-Line UPS
User Manual
7. 8. Safety Instructions and Battery Care ................................................................ 2 1.1. Safety Instructions ............................................................................................ 2 1.2. Battery Care ...................................................................................................... 5 Product Introduction ......................................................................................... 6 2.1. General Characteristics ..................................................................................... 6 2.2. Symbols on the LCD Display Panel ................................................................. 9 2.3. Panel Explanations .......................................................................................... 12 2.4. Communication Port ....................................................................................... 15 Installation and Operation ............................................................................... 16 3.1. Unpacking ....................................................................................................... 16 3.2. Selecting Installation Position......................................................................... 17 3.3. Installation of Accessories Kit ........................................................................ 17 3.4. Terminal Block Explanation ........................................................................... 18 3.5. Installation and Operation ............................................................................... 22 Troubleshooting Guide ................................................................................... 34 4.1. Troubleshooting .............................................................................................. 34 Communication Software ............................................................................... 36 5.1. Hardware Setup .............................................................................................. 36 5.2. Software Installation ....................................................................................... 36 Optional Interface Cards ................................................................................. 37 6.1. R2E (second RS-232) card ............................................................................. 37 6.2. RSE (RS-485) card ......................................................................................... 37 6.3. USE (USB) card ............................................................................................. 37 6.4. DCE (Dry Contact)-B card ............................................................................. 38 6.5. SNMP Cards ................................................................................................... 39 6.6. Interface Card Installation .............................................................................. 40 Replacing Batteries ......................................................................................... 41 Specifications .................................................................................................. 44 1
1. Safety Instructions and Battery Care
1.1. Safety Instructions
1.1.1.
For Parallel System installation please refer to MSII 6KVA Parallel System
Installation Guide
1.1.2.
This UPS is equipped with an EMI filter. To prevent potential leakage
current hazard, ensure that the AC main supply is securely grounded.
1.1.3.
To ensure safety in all applications where a UPS is hard wired to the
electrical supply, ensure that the system is installed by a qualified
electrical contractor.
1.1.4.
The UPS has its own internal energy source (battery). Should the battery
be switched on when no AC power is available there could be voltage at
the output terminals.
1.1.5.
Ensure the AC utility outlet is correctly grounded.
1.1.6.
Do not open the case as there are no serviceable parts inside. Opening
the case voids the warranty.
1.1.7.
Do not try to repair the unit yourself; contact your local supplier. Repairing
the unit yourself voids the warranty.
1.1.8.
Ensure the input voltage of the UPS matches the supply voltage.
1.1.9.
Use a certified input power cable with the correct plugs and sockets for
the appropriate system voltage.
1.1.10. To prevent any overheating of the UPS keep all ventilation openings free
from obstruction, and do not store things on top of the UPS. Keep the
UPS 30 cm away from the wall.
1.1.11. Ensure that the UPS is installed within the proper environmental range.
(0-40C and 0-90% non-condensing humidity)
1.1.12. Do not install the UPS in direct sunlight. Your warranty may be void if the
batteries fail.
1.1.13. Install the UPS indoors as it is not designed for installation outdoors.
1.1.14. Dusty, corrosive and salty environments can damage any UPS.
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1.1.15. Install the UPS away from objects that give off excessive heat and areas
that are excessively wet.
1.1.16. If liquids are spilt onto the UPS or foreign objects dropped into the unit the
warranty will be null and void.
1.1.17. The battery will discharge naturally if the system is unused for a long time.
1.1.18. The UPS should be recharged every 2-3 months if unused. If this is not
done then the warranty will be null and void. When installed and being
used the batteries will be automatically recharged and kept in top
condition.
1.1.19. This UPS supports electronic equipment in office, telecommunication,
process-control, medical, and security applications. Non-authorized
technicians are not allowed to install the UPS in the following areas.
a. Medical equipment directly related to human life
b. Elevators, subway systems, or any other equipment related to
human safety.
c. Public systems or critical computer systems.
1.1.20. Do not install the UPS in an environment with sparks, smoke or
hazardous gas.
1.1.21. Make sure the UPS is completely turned off when moving from one place
to another. It might cause electrical shock if the output is not cut
completely.
1.1.22. The UPS includes a Maintenance Bypass Switch. Please follow the
procedures strictly when switching on or off the Maintenance Bypass
Switch.
1.1.23. The UPS offers a CVCF (Constant Voltage Constant Frequency) setting
function.
a. For correct setting and wiring please contact with your local utility
agent.
b. Do not set it yourself or your warranty will be void.
1.1.24. This UPS has been designed and constructed to protect your assets from
the wide range of power aberrations experienced on utility power lines
today. It is your insurance for a reliable, clean and stable voltage supply. It
is worth taking care to install the system correctly and to have it
maintained correctly by your local dealer.
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1.1.25. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS. This manual contains important
instructions that should be followed during installation and maintenance of
the UPS and batteries.
1.1.26. The UPS is intended for installation in a controlled environment.
1.1.27. CAUTION: A disconnect switch must be provided by others for the AC
output circuit. To reduce the risk of fire connect only to a circuit provided
with branch circuit over-current protection for 30 amperes for 6 kVA and
40 amperes for 8 kVA (See below for 10 kVA details) rating in accordance
with the National Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA 70.
10 kVA tower
Output rating
Ratings of output branch circuit
Output No.
over-current protection
No.1 (L21-N21)
5 kVA, 120 V
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No.2 (L22-N22)
5 kVA, 120 V
45
No.3 (L23-N22)
10 kVA, 208 V
50
No.4 (L21-N22)
10 kVA, 240 V
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1.1.28. CAUTION: To reduce the risk of fire connect the UPS only to a circuit
provided with branch circuit over-current protection for 40 amperes for 6
kVA and 70 amperes for 8/10 kVA rating in accordance with the National
Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA 70.
3) Wear rubber gloves and boots.
4) Do not lay tools or metal parts on top of batteries.
5) Disconnect charging source prior to connecting or disconnecting battery
terminals.
6) Determine if battery is inadvertently grounded. If inadvertently grounded,
remove source from ground. Contact with any part of a grounded battery
can result in electrical shock. The likelihood of such shock can be
reduced if such grounds are removed during installation and
maintenance (applicable to equipment and remote battery supplies not
having a grounded supply circuit).
1.2. Battery Care
If the UPS is unused for an extended period of time it must be stored in a
moderate climate. The batteries should be charged for twelve hours every
three months by plugging the UPS power cord into a wall receptacle and
turning on the input breaker on the front panel. Repeat this procedure every
two months under a high-temperature environment.
1.1.29. Install the UPS so that it is not likely to be contacted by people.
1.1.30. The maximum ambient operating temperature is 40C or equivalent.
1.1.31. Units are considered acceptable for use in a maximum ambient 40°C
1.1.32. CAUTION - RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN
INCORRECT TYPE. DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO
THE INSTRUCTIONS.
1.1.33. CAUTION - Do not dispose of batteries in a fire. The batteries may
explode.
1.1.34. CAUTION – Do not open or mutilate batteries. Released electrolyte is
harmful to the skin and eyes. It may be toxic.
1.1.35. CAUTION– A battery can present a risk of electrical shock and high short
circuit current. The following precautions should be observed when
working on batteries:
1) Remove watches, rings, or other metal objects.
2) Use tools with insulated handles.
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2.1.12. A revolutionary battery management circuit analyzes battery discharging
status to adjust the battery cut-off point and extend battery life.
2. Product Introduction
2.1. General Characteristics
2.1.1.
True online architecture continuously supplies your critical device with
stable, regulated, transient-free, pure-sine-wave AC power.
2.1.2.
20 kHz PWM sine-wave topology yields excellent overall performance.
The high crest factor of the inverter handles all high-inrush current loads
without a need to upgrade the power rating.
2.1.3.
The multi-functional LCD/LED panel displays various states of the UPS.
The LED display shows the UPS working status, utility status and
abnormal status. The LCD display shows input/output voltage, frequency,
load status, inner cabinet temperature, and abnormal phenomena.
2.1.4.
To protect the unit from overloading, it automatically switches to bypass
mode in 160 seconds ~ 40ms if loading is at 105 ~150% of rating. In case
of overloading at 150% of rating, it switches to bypass mode immediately.
It will automatically switch back to inverter mode once the overload
condition ceases.
2.1.5.
Should the output become short-circuited, the UPS cuts the output
automatically until the short-circuit situation is removed manually.
2.1.6.
Should the unit become overheated, the internal thermal switch will detect
the heat and switch to bypass mode and vice versa.
2.1.7.
The fully digitalized control circuit built into the UPS allows upgrading the
functionality of the UPS as well as reaching a high-level of protection of
the UPS. Powerful communication capability enhances its ability for
remote control and monitoring.
2.1.8.
Maintenance-free, sealed batteries minimize after-sales service.
2.1.9.
The maintenance bypass switch provides an easy and safe
troubleshooting or maintenance function when the utility is normal.
2.1.13. The intelligent, temperature-controlled fan may not only extend the life of
the fan but also reduce annoying noise because of sudden fan spin. This
helps keep your office quiet and comfortable.
2.1.14. When the UPS is out of order you can read the possible reason from the
LCD screen directly, which reduces unnecessary repairs.
2.1.16 When the UPS is operated in CF50 or CF60 mode, the recommended
load connected shall be 75% of rated capacity if the input voltage is 176280 VAC and 50% of rated capacity if the input voltage is 160-280 VAC.
2.1.17 Single input System Block
2.1.10. Providing four different working modes (Normal, ECO, CF50 and CF60) it
may be used in a wide variety of applications.
2.1.11. The DC-start function ensures the start-up of the UPS during power
outages.
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2.1.18 Dual input System Block
2.2. Symbols on the LCD Display Panel
a.
b.
UPS Utility Input: to provide the AC source to the UPS rectifier circuit and charger.
UPS Bypass Input: to provide the AC source to the UPS Bypass Input and
Maintenance Bypass loop.
c. UPS Utility Input Breaker: to protect the UPS Rectifier circuit from over-current.
d. UPS Bypass Input Breaker: to protect the UPS Bypass circuit from over-current.
e. EMI Filter on UPS Utility Input : to eliminate the magnetic interference from AC Source
or UPS Utility Input.
f. EMI Filter on UPS Bypass Input: to eliminate the magnetic interference from AC
Source or UPS Bypass Input.
g. Fuse for UPS Utility Input: to provide over-current protection for UPS Rectifier Circuit.
h. Rectifier and Booster: When Utility is normal, they will converts the AC to DC and
correct input power factor. When Utility is abnormal, the batteries will be boosted to
provide the DC voltage to the Inverter.
i.
Input fuse for Battery: to protect batteries when DC-Booster is out of order.
j. Charger: the battery charging device.
k. Internal Battery: When AC abnormal, it provide the backup power from the batteries.
l. External Battery Bank: To provide longer backup time by adding additional Battery
bank.
m. Inverter Generator: To convert the DC voltage to AC voltage
n. Inverter Output Switch: Only when the UPS is overloaded or abnormal, or the UPS is
working on ECO mode or if EPO(Emergency Power Off) is activated, the Switch will be
opened.
o. Auto Bypass Loop: When the UPS is overloaded or abnormal, the UPS will Switch the
UPS from inverter output to bypass output automatically.
p. UPS Output Fuse: When the UPS is overloaded, the fuse will open.
q. UPS Output EMI Filter: To eliminate the magnetic interference from the UPS Output
and avoid the interference caused by the output load and the UPS.
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Item
Symbol
Description
1
LINE
Utility or Bypass Source
2
Battery Low
3
Battery Abnormal
4
UPS Overloading
5
UPS Working in specified mode*
6
A Blackout Transfer occurred in UPS Output.
7
Bypass Input Abnormal, UPS fails to transfer
to bypass, Bypass Abnormal at ECO mode
8
Utility Input Abnormal
9
10
UPS Shutoff
OFF
LINE
OFF
UPS Abnormal Lock
11
UPS Flow Chart
12
4-Digit Measurement Display
13
Indicates the item to be measured
14
UPS ON Switch or Alarm Silence
15
UPS OFF Switch
16
Previous Page or Setting Change
9
17
Next Page
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Er21
Parallel communication error (communication
wire disconnected or failure to find ID1 UPS)
in Parallel System
18
Special Function Log In/Out
36
Er24
CVCF mode with Bypass input
19
Enter or Reconfirm
37
Er27
The UPS must be operated in normal mode in
Parallel System.
20
Utility Input Normal LED
38
Er28
Bypass Overload Time out and cut off output
21
Bypass Input Normal LED
39
Er31
Control board and driver board settings do not
match.
22
UPS under Redundancy Mode
40
Er33
Isolated transformer is overheated.
23
UPS under ECO Mode
41
Er**
Other Error code
*The specified modes include Normal mode, ECO mode, CVCF mode, etc..
UPS Fault or Abnormal Warning LED
24
25
EPO
Emergency Power Off
26
Er05
Battery Weak or Dead
27
Er06
Output Short Circuit
28
Er10
Inverter Over-current
29
Er11
The UPS is overheated.
30
Er12
UPS Output Overloading
31
Er14
Fan Error
32
Er15
Wrong Procedure to Enter Maintenance Mode
33
Er16
Output Parameters Set Error in Parallel
System
34
Er17
ID Numbers are in conflict in Parallel System
or ID number error in single unit
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2.3.2.
2.3. Panel Explanations
2.3.1.
Front Panel
1
23 4 5
6
1
7
3
4
2
Rear Panel
11 12
8
9
10
11
12
5
9 7 10 6 8
LCD
Green LED indicates that the UPS is able to run under redundancy mode.
Solid green LED indicates that the utility input voltage is within the window.
Also available for Rack
Flashing green LED indicates that the utility input voltage is outside the
acceptable window.
Green LED indicates that Bypass Input is normal.
UPS ON/Alarm Silence
Go to previous page or change the setting of the UPS.
Confirm a changed setting.
Go to the next page.
UPS OFF Switch
Special functions log in/out
UPS is working under ECO (Economical) mode.
UPS Fault or Abnormal
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2.4. Communication Port
The communication port on the UPS provides for RS-232 communication with
the UPS software to remotely monitor the power and UPS status.
You may use optional interfaces cards for R2E (second RS-232), RSE (RS485), USE (USB), DCE (Dry Contact), and SNMP. However, the R2E card, RSE
card and USE card must not be used simultaneously.
The software bundled with the UPS is compatible with many operating
systems such as Windows 98, 2000, ME, NT and XP. For other applications such
as Novell NetWare, Unix, or Linux please contact your local distributor for a
proper solution.
When the optional interface cards are used together with the onboard RS-232
port the EPO signals will get highest priority, then the SNMP/WEB card, then the
shutdown command at the DCE, R2E, RSE, and USE cards, and then finally the
onboard RS-232 port gets the lowest priority.
2.4.1.
True RS-232
2.4.1.1. Interface Settings
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
RS-232 Port
Terminal Resistor for Parallel function
CAN Bus Connection Port for Parallel System
Customer Options Slot 1
Customer Options Slot 2
Cooling Fan
External Battery Connector
External Charger Connector
Utility Input Breaker CB1
Bypass Input Breaker CB2 (for Dual Input Model Only)
CAM Switch (Maintenance Bypass Switch)*
Input/Output Terminal Block
Mounting Holes for External Charger Cabinet
EPO(Emergency Power Off): Short to enable the function
Thermal breaker for the protection of Load in abnormal
condition: CB3
P Air Ventilation Hole
● . DIM:Dual Input Model, SIM:Single Input Model
* : 15K/20K option
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The RS-232 interface shall be set as follows:
Baud Rate
2400 bps
Data Length
8 bits
Stop Bit
1 bit
Parity
None
2.4.1.2. Pin Assignments
The Pin Assignments of true RS-232 are as follows (The connector is male.):
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Pin 3: RS-232 Rx
Pin 2: RS-232 Tx
Pin 5: Ground
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3. Installation and Operation
3.2. Selecting Installation Position
Carefully inspect the UPS for shipping damage before installation. Retain the
packing material for future use.
3.1. Unpacking
3.1.1.
Standard package contents:
 Quick Start Manual
 User Manual
 Communication software with RS-232 cable
 Metal Accessories Kit for Tower model or RT model as below:
3.1.2.
Package for the UPS with isolation transformer and dual input:
 Ditto, but with additional 3 pcs wire
3.1.3. Package for the UPS without isolation transformer but dual input:
 Ditto, but with additional 1 pc wire
(p.s. Wire is to be used at the input/output terminal block of the UPS.
Please refer to Chapter 3.4 for installation.
Install the UPS in a proper environment to
minimize the possibility of damage to the UPS and
to extend the life of the UPS. Please follow these
rules:
1. Keep at least 30 cm (12 inches) clearance
from the rear panel of the UPS to the wall.
2. Do not block the air flow to the ventilation
openings of the unit.
0℃
40℃
3. Ensure that the installation site is not
excessively hot or moist.
4. Do not place the UPS in an environment near
dust, corrosive or salty material, or flammable
objects.
Tower model
5. Do not expose the UPS to the outdoors.
3.3. Installation of Accessories Kit
RT10K only
RT model
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Relative humidly
(non condensation) 30% ~ 90%
L11-N1、B-N1: the terminal for Bypass Input to provide the power source when
the UPS is working under bypass mode
● L12-N1、R-S-T-N1: the terminal for Utility Input to provide the power source
when the UPS is working under Utility mode
● G1: the terminal for UPS Input Ground
● L21、L23、N21、L22、N22: the terminals for UPS Output
● G2: the terminal for UPS Output Ground
3.4. Terminal Block Explanation
●
Remarks:
1. The maximum current for each terminal is 30 Arms for 6 kVA, 50 Arms for 10
kVA, 100 Arms for 20 kVA.
2. If the UPS is a DIM (Dual Input) type whose Utility and Bypass Sources are
the same, L11 and L12 must be shorted for the 1-phase input model, and B
and R must be shorted for the 3-phase input model.
3. If the UPS is a SIM (Single Input) type, only AC source can be supplied to the
UPS from the L12-N1 terminal for the 1-phase input model and from the R-ST-N1 terminal for the 3-phase input model.
4. When the isolation transformer is not installed into the tower-type UPS the
UPS output terminals will be L22-N22.
5. Use No. 6 AWG, 75C minimum copper wire and 23 lb-in Torque force when
connecting to terminal block
6. When the isolation transformer is installed into the tower-type UPS:
a. For 100/110/115/120 VAC systems you may connect as shown below.
N22
L22
N21
L23
L21
110Vac
6KVA (Max)
b. For 200/100 VAC, 220/110 VAC, 230/115 VAC, 240/120 VAC, or
240/208/120 VAC systems you may connect as shown below.
208Vac
N22
L22
6KVA (Max)
N21
L21
120Vac
3KVA (Max)
120Vac
3KVA (Max)
240Vac
6KVA (Max)
18
L23
19
●
Use mounting cable ties to fix cables.
Tower model
6000C model
6KRT model
External Battery
External Charger
T1
10KRT model
6. Please refer to the specifications of input current, output current and
recommended conductors listed below.
a. AC input and output (minimum 75C copper wire)
Model
Maximum Current
Conductor Section
4.5KVA(Tower/RT)
25 A
AWG #10
Torque force
17.7/11 lb-in
6KVA(Tower/RT)
33 A
AWG #9
17.7/11 lb-in
8KVA
43.4 A
AWG #8
23 lb-in
10KVA
54.3 A
AWG #6
23 lb-in
15KVA
30.2 A/83.3A(In/Out)
AWG #8/ #4
20KVA
39.85 A/111A(In/Out)
AWG #8/ #4
b. Battery input
Model
Maximum Current
Conductor Section
4.5KVA
19 A
AWG #10
6KVA
25 A
AWG #10
8KVA
33 A
AWG #10
10KVA
41 A
AWG #10
15KVA/20KVA
62.5A/83 A
AWG #6/ AWG #4
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3.5. Installation and Operation
3.5.1.
Start Up in Normal Mode
3.5.1.1. Open the terminal block cover on the rear panel. (Refer to 2.3.2.)
Before starting the installation make sure the grounding is
connected properly.
3.5.1.2. Make sure the utility breaker and the UPS’ Utility breaker and
Bypass breaker are in the “Off” position.
3.5.1.3. Make sure the utility voltage matches the input voltage window of
the UPS.
3.5.1.4. Connect the utility separately to the terminal blocks of the UPS’
Utility and Bypass inputs. Switch on the power breaker of the
distribution panel and the breakers of the UPS’ Utility and Bypass
inputs. Then the UPS will start up. Green LEDs
and
show that the Utility and Bypass inputs are normal. UPSs with
parallel function enabled will display first figure A1, then figure A2,
and then figure B. Otherwise the LCD will display figure A1
directly followed by figure B.
3.5.1.5. The UPS is in Bypass Mode now. It will proceed to self-test
automatically. If no abnormal message appears then the prestartup of the UPS was successful and the charger starts to
charge the batteries.
for approximately three seconds.
3.5.1.6. Press the UPS On Switch
The Buzzer sounds twice and the LCD display changes from
figure B to figure C.
C
3.5.1.7. The UPS is in self-test mode again. The LCD display will change
from figure C to figure D, and the UPS will remain in battery mode
for approximately four seconds. Then the display will change from
figure E1 to figure F if the self-test was successful.
A1.
D
“test”
A2.
E1
“OK” in self-test
B.
E2
“Fail” in self-test
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23
F
H
“220 VAC” in Utility Input
Utility input is “0” and Utility Abnormal.
3.5.1.8. If the self-test fails the LCD display will change from figure D to
figure E2. Then an error code or error status will appear on the
screen.
3.5.1.9. Your start-up operation of the UPS is complete now. Make sure
the UPS is plugged into the wall receptacle for charging at least 8
hours and the batteries are fully charged before connecting the
device to be protected.
3.5.2.
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Start-up in Battery Mode (Cold Start)
3.5.2.1. Make sure the UPS has at least one set (20 pcs) of 12V/7AH
batteries.
3.5.3.
Check Measured Values and Figures detected by the UPS
3.5.3.1. If you would like to check the measured values and figures
once for approximately 5 seconds
3.5.2.2. Push the UPS On Switch
to awaken the UPS. The buzzer will sound twice. The LCD
display will change from figure A to figure G for approximately 15
seconds.
again for about three seconds until
3.5.2.3. Press the UPS On Switch
the LCD display changes from figure G to figure H. Then the UPS
will be in self-test mode. The UPS may offer energy to the output
in a minute, and the LCD displays figure I. In case of failure in
pushing the UPS On Switch for 15 seconds, the UPS will
automatically turn off. You must then repeat steps 3.5.2.1 to
3.5.2.3.
and scroll down
detected by the UPS use the scroll up
keys. When you scroll down the LCD will display figure C (Voltage
from Utility Input)  figure I1 (Voltage from Bypass Input) 
figure J (Frequency from Utility Input)  figure K (Frequency from
Bypass Input)  figure L (UPS Output Voltage)  figure M (UPS
Output Frequency)  figure N (UPS Output Load %)  figure O
(UPS Battery Voltage)  figure P (UPS Inner Temperature).
I1
Voltage comes from Bypass Input.
G
“Off”, which means the UPS pre-start was successful
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O
J
frequency of Utility Input
battery voltage
K
P
frequency of Bypass Input
UPS inner temperature
3.5.4.
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UPS Default Data and Special Function Execution
3.5.4.1. After the UPS completely starts up, press the
the LCD display to figure Q1.
UPS output voltage
Q1
M
buzzer “On”
UPS output frequency
Q2
N
buzzer “Off”
UPS output load level (%)
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key to change
key to scroll through the UPS settings. The LCD
3.5.4.2. Press the
will display in sequence figure Q1 (buzzer)  figure R1 (Self-test)
 figure S1 (Bypass Voltage Windows)  figure T (Output
Frequency Synchronization Window)  figure U (Inverter Output
Voltage)  figure V1 (UPS Operation Mode)  figure W (Output
Voltage Micro Tune Value)  figure X (UPS Id)  figure Y
(Parallel function status).
T
Frequency Window is +/-3 Hz.
R1
U
Self-test is not “On”.
inverter output voltage
R2
V1
Self-test is “On”.
The UPS is operating in “normal mode”.
S1
V2
Bypass Voltage is adjusted to narrow range.
The UPS is operating in “Eco mode”.
S2
V3
Bypass Voltage is adjusted to wide range.
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The UPS is operating in “CVCF 50 Hz mode”.
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3.5.5.
UPS Default Settings and their alternatives
3.5.5.1. Make sure the UPS is not “On”. Press the On
V4
The UPS is operating in “CVCF 60 Hz mode”.
W
Output Voltage Adjustment (-3% to 3%)
X
UPS position in parallel mode
and scroll
down
keys simultaneously for approximately three seconds.
The buzzer will sound twice, and the LCD will display figure Q1,
indicating that the UPS is in setting mode.
3.5.5.2. To scroll through the options refer to section 3.5.4.2.
3.5.5.3. Except for Buzzer (figures Q1 and Q2) and Self-test (figures R1
and R2) all of the other default settings may be changed by
key.
pressing the scroll up
3.5.5.4. Figures S1 and S2 indicate the bypass input acceptable window.
It can be 184-260 VAC or 195-260 VAC.
3.5.5.5. Figure T indicates the bypass frequency window of the Inverter
Output. The acceptable setting values are ±3 Hz and ±1 Hz.
3.5.5.6. Figure U indicates the acceptable Inverter Output Voltage.
Possible values are 200, 208, 220, 230, or 240 VAC.
3.5.5.7. Figures V1, V2, V3 and V4 indicate the operation modes of the
UPS. Possible values are Online, Eco (Economical) mode, fixed
50 Hz Output, and fixed 60 Hz Output.
3.5.5.8. Figure W indicates the adjustment of the Inverter Output, which
may be set to 0%, +1%, -1%, +2%, -2%, +3%, or -3%.
3.5.5.9. Figure X indicates the position of the UPS when the UPS is in
Parallel mode. Possible positions are 1, 2, 3, and 4. The position
must be 1 if the UPS is not in Parallel mode.
3.5.5.10. Figure Y indicates the parallel function status. “P 01” indicates
that the parallel function is disabled, and “P 02” indicates that the
parallel function is enabled.
3.5.5.11. After changing settings you must scroll to the “save” screen
key to save all of your
(figure Z) and then press the enter
changes. Then the LCD will display figure AA to indicate
completion of the setting changes. To cancel your changes rather
Y
than save them press and hold the “OFF” key
for five
seconds. The LCD displays figure AA directly, which indicates
that your changes were canceled.
The parallel function is disabled.
key to execute special functions. The
3.5.4.3. Press the scroll up
functions include buzzer ON (as in figure Q1), buzzer OFF (as in
figure Q2, Alarm silence for UPS Warning), and self-test OFF (as
in figure R1) or self-test ON (as in figure R2). The UPS will
execute the battery test for ten seconds. If the self-test is
successful it will display figure E1; otherwise, it will display figure
E2 and an error message at the same time.)
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Z
* Press the Enter key to save changes.
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3.5.8.
AA
The UPS is locked.
3.5.5.12. Turn Off the Utility Input breaker.
3.5.5.13. Your setting changes are now complete.
3.5.6.
Troubleshooting when the UPS is Off Due to Unknown Reasons
3.5.6.1. If there is a serious abnormal condition the UPS will lock itself in
the “OFF” position as shown in figure AA, and an “abnormal”
message will appear on the LCD.
3.5.6.2. After three seconds all messages will be locked except Bypass
messages (LED
and LCD
). If the Utility is abnormal
after the UPS is locked the LED
will be extinguished and
the LCD
will appear on the LCD.
3.5.6.3. To release the UPS lock proceed as follows:
3.5.6.3.1. Check the recorded error messages.
3.5.6.3.2. Check the error messages in section 2.2 to help troubleshoot the
problem. For further help consult your local distributor.
Maintenance Bypass Mode
3.5.8.1. Maintenance Bypass Mode is for UPS maintenance only. Only
authorized technicians are allowed to perform the following
procedures. If there is any damage during unauthorized execution
of these procedures your warranty will be void immediately.
3.5.8.1.1. Press the Off
key for approximately five seconds. The LCD will
display figure B, and the UPS output will be in bypass mode.
3.5.8.1.2. Remove the cover of the CAM Switch (Maintenance Bypass Switch),
then turn on the CAM Switch to “Bypass” mode. In the upper right-hand
corner of the LCD a
sign will appear.
3.5.8.1.3. Turn off the UPS Utility breaker as well as the Bypass Input Breaker. You
may proceed with UPS maintenance now.
3.5.8.1.4. When you are done with UPS maintenance put the UPS back into
normal working mode as explained in section 3.5.1.4. Then return the
CAM switch to “INV” mode, replace the cover, and repeat sections 3.5.1.5
to 3.5.1.8. The UPS will switch back to inverter mode.
3.5.8.1.5. You must perform section 3.5.8.1.1 before section 3.5.8.1.2. If you skip
section 3.5.8.1.1 the UPS will alert for ten seconds to warn that the
procedure is abnormal and may damage the UPS due to uncertain utility
status. The UPS will switch back to Inverter mode immediately if you turn
the CAM switch back to “INV”.
3.5.6.3.3. Press the Off
key for five seconds. A buzzer will sound twice.
3.5.6.3.4. Turn Off the Utility Input breaker.
3.5.6.3.5. Even if the UPS lock problem is solved now, consult with your local
distributor to make sure that the error condition is resolved.
3.5.7.
Shut Off
3.5.7.1. Press the Off
key for five seconds. The Inverter output will be
turned off, and the output load will be supplied by the Bypass loop.
The LCD will display figure B.
3.5.7.2. Turn Off the Utility and Bypass Input breakers.
3.5.7.3. The UPS is now turned off completely.
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4. Troubleshooting Guide
Situation
Check Items
red Fault LED Check the error code
shown on the LCD.
4.1. Troubleshooting
If the UPS malfunctions during operation first check the following:
a. Is the input and output wiring correct?
b. Is the input voltage of the utility within the input window of the UPS?
If problems still exist check the following for proper adjustment. Should the
problem still persist, please contact your local distributor for help.
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Solution
1. Check for proper battery connection,
then recharge the batteries for 8 hours
to see whether the UPS provides
backup power normally; otherwise,
&
1.Er05,
2.Er06, Er10, Er12, Er28 & consult your local distributor right away.
2. If CB3 is tripped, turn off the UPS
completely and keep the CAM switch at
3.EPO
position INV before pressing CB3. Then
4.Er11, Er33
remove some uncritical load at the UPS
5.Er14
output end. If there is any damage to
6.Er15
the insulation of the AC power cord,
7.Er16, Er27
please replace it with a new one.
8.Er21
3. Remove the short circuit at the EPO
9.Er24
terminal.
10. other error code
4. Remove any objects blocking the
ventilation holes.
5. Check that the cooling fans on the rear
panel are working normally.
6. Make sure the UPS is operated
normally. If it is in CVCF mode you must
turn off and turn on the UPS again.
7. All of the parameters except ID Number
in a parallel UPS must be the same.
Please refer to section 3.5.5 to set them
again.
8. Disconnect and reconnect the RJ45
connector or set a UPS with ID=1.
9. When the UPS is in CVCF mode it is
prohibited from having bypass input.
You must turn off the UPS and bypass
input and then restart the UPS.
10. Consult your local distributor for help.
UPS fails to
If the backup power time is still too short
offer battery
after 8 hours of charging please contact
backup or its
your local distributor for battery
backup power
replacement.
time is shorter
than
calculated.
UPS locks
Refer to section 3.5.6 to troubleshoot the
itself and can
problem; otherwise, consult your local
not be turned
distributor for help.
off.
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5. Communication Software
6. Optional Interface Cards
5.1. Hardware Setup
6.1. R2E (second RS-232) card
1. Connect the male connector of the RS-232 cable to the UPS
communication port.
2. Connect the female connector of the RS-232 cable to a dedicated RS-232
port of the attached computer.
3. For optional interface cards refer to Chapter 6 for installation.
6.1.1.
6.1.2.
6.1.3.
CN1 is for RS-232 DB9.
For interface settings and pin
assignments please refer to section 2.4.1.
Installation Position: slot 1 (CHA-CN4) or
slot 2 (CHB-CN5)
5.2. Software Installation
Please refer to the software user’s manual.
6.2.
RSE (RS-485) card
6.2.1.
CN1 is for the terminal-resistor function. Short pins 1-2 to enable the
function. Short pins 2-3 to disable it.
CN2 is for RS-485. CN3 is for remote power.
Definition:
6.2.2.
6.2.3.
CN2
3
2
1
1  Ground
2  A/Data+
3  B/Data-
CN3
1
6.2.4.
2
1  AC+
2  AC-
Installation Position: slot 1
6.3. USE (USB) card
6.3.1.
6.3.2.
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CN1 is for USB.
Definition:
6.3.2.1. complies with USB version
1.0,1.5 Mbps
6.3.2.2. complies with USB HID version
1.0
6.3.2.3. Pin Assignments:
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6.5. SNMP Cards
1  VCC (+5V)
2  D-
3  D+
4  Ground
6.3.3.
SNMP/Web card
6.5.1.1. For installation
please refer to the
card’s user
manual.
6.5.1.2. Position: slot 2
(CHB)
6.5.2.
Net Agent II Internal Card
6.5.2.1. For installation
please refer to the
card’s user manual.
6.5.2.2. Position: slot 2 (CHB)
Installation Position: slot 1(CHA-CN3)or slot 2(CHB-CN4)
6.4. DCE (Dry Contact)-B card
6.4.1.
6.5.1.
pin assignments of 10-pin terminal:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Pin 1: UPS on Bypass mode
Pin 2: Utility Abnormal
Pin 3: Utility Normal
Pin 4: Inverter On
Pin 5: Battery Low
Pin 6: Battery Bad or Abnormal
Pin 7: UPS Alarm
Pin 8: Common
Pin 9: Shutdown UPS positive (+) signal
Pin 10: Shutdown UPS negative (-) signal
6.4.2.
6.4.3.
6.4.4.
6.4.5.
6.4.6.
The shutdown function will be activated after +6~+25 VDC is applied
between pin 9 and pin 10 for 5 seconds.
The capacity of each relay contact is 40 VDC/25mA.
Installation Position: slot 1 (CHA-CN7) or slot 2 (CHB-CN8)
Flexible signal output for N.C. (Normal close) or N.O. (Normal open)
contact by shorting pins 1-2 or pins 2-3 from JP1-5
The shutdown function will be enabled 1 minute after blackout occurs if
pins 1-2 of both CN1 and CN6 are shorted. Otherwise the shutdown
function can be enabled only by pins 9-10 of CN3 if pins 2-3 of both CN1
and CN6 are shorted. (Refer to 6.4.2.)
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6.6. Interface Card Installation
7. Replacing Batteries
1
To be performed by qualified personnel only
1. Unscrew the bottom of the front panel as indicated in Step. 1 below.
2. Remove the front panel as indicated in Step 2.
2
3. Remove the screw of the battery pack fastener as shown in Step 3.
4. Remove the fastener as shown in Step 4.
5. Unplug the hot-swappable battery connectors as shown in Step 5.
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6. Rotate the battery pack handle 90 degrees as shown in Step 6.
7. Remove the battery packs from the UPS as shown in Step 7.
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Control, 24-hour routine checking
ALARMS
Audible and Visual
8. Specifications
Model
INPUT
Voltage Window
Frequency
Phase/Wire
Power Factor
Current THD (100% linear load)
OUTPUT
Voltage Window
Voltage Adjustment
Voltage Regulation
Capacity
Rated Power Factor
Wave Form
Frequency Stability
Frequency Regulation
Transfer Time
Crest Factor
Efficiency (AC to AC, Normal)
Efficiency (AC to AC, ECO)
Autonomy
DC Start
BATTERY
Type
Sealed Lead Acid Maintenance Free
6000C
Readings on LCD
Self-Diagnostics
15000P/ 20000P
160-280 VAC (1Φ) / 277–485 VAC (3Φ)*
45-65 Hz
Single, Line + Neutral + Ground
Up to 0.99 at 100% Linear Load
<6% **
220/230/240 VAC Selectable (208/120 VAC optional)
±0%, ±1%, ±2%, ±3%
±2%
6000 VA
4500 VA
6000 VA
8000 VA
10000 VA
15000 VA
20000 VA
0.9 Lagging***
Sine Wave, THD<3% (no load to full load)
±0.2% (Free Running)
±1Hz, ±3Hz
0 ms
3:1 acceptable
Up to 91%
Up to 92%
Up to 93%
Up to 96%
6K ≧2 min.
4.5K ≧7 min.
6K ≧4 min.
8K ≧4 min.
10K ≧2 min.****
15K ≧11 min.
20K ≧7 min.****
Yes
12V/5AH 12V/7AH
Quantity
Voltage
Recharge Time
DISPLAY
Status On LED + LCD
4500/ 6000
8000/ 8000P
10000/ 10000P
12V/9AH
20 pcs
240 VDC
4 hours to 90%
12V/9AH
60 pcs
6 hours to
90%
Line Mode, Backup Mode, ECO Mode, Bypass
Supply, Battery Low, Battery Bad/Disconnect,
Overload, Transferring with interruption, UPS
Fault
Input Voltage, Input Frequency, Output Voltage,
Output Frequency, Load Percentage, Battery
Voltage, Inner Temperature.
Upon Power-on, Front Panel Setting & Software
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Line Failure, Battery Low, Transfer to Bypass,
System Fault Conditions
PHYSICAL
290x645x748 (without transformer)
Tower model
Dimensions
WxDxH (mm)
RT model
290x645x748
N/A
ODIN
Compact
(with transformer)
440x680x88
440x543x132
440x680x176
N/A
Input/Output Connection
External Battery Connection
Net Weight (kg),
(without isolation
transformer*****)
290x645x881
(with transformer)
440x680x132
N/A
RT model
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ODIN
17.5
N/A
N/A
Compact
N/A
Hard-wired
Plug-in & Play
87/113 (8K)
92/118 (8KP)
96/122 (10K)
101/127 (10KP)
26 (10KRT)
28 (10KRTP)
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Tower model
Standard Unit/Hot
Swappable unit
290x645x1014
(with transformer)
86/112
N/A
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60
N/A
without
Isolated
< 600 W (10K)
< 450 W
<1350 W
Transformer at
<550 W (10KP)
full Linear
Load
Heat Dissipation
Tower model
(with Isolated
<1100 W (10K)
< 615 W
<1050 W
N/A
Transformer at
(10KP)
Full Linear
Load)
Leakage Current
< 3 mA at Full Load
CE, cUL, UL
Marks******
* (160-176 VAC for 1-phase input model or 277-305 VAC for 3-phase input model
at <75% load)
** 3-phase input model <30%
*** The rated power may be 0.7, 0.8 lagging depending on the model. Users can
find the exact number on the specification sticker on the UPS.
**** External battery bank with 12 V/9 Ah x 60 pcs batteries
***** Isolation transformer: net 53 kg for 6000 VA, 10000 VA, 70kg for 20KVA
***** *3-phase input/1-phase output model has only CE approval.
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