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USER MANUAL
ONLINE UPS
6000L(XL)/10000L(XL)
Uninterruptible Power Supply
CONTENTS
1.Brief introduction
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1.1 System and model description
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1.2 Description of commonly used symbols
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1.3 Appearance
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1.4 Product specification and performance
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2. Installation
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2.1 unpacking & Inspection
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2.2 input and output power cords and protective earth
installation
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2.3 Operating procedure for connecting the long backup
time model UPS with the external battery
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2.4 parallel operation
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3. Operation and operating mode
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3.1 Operation
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3.2 Operating mode
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4. Battery maintenance
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5. Notes for battery disposal and battery replacement
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6. Trouble shooting
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Appendix 1 Display panel
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Appendix 2 The corresponding form of LED display
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1. Brief introduction
1.1 System and model description
This Online Series is an uninterruptible power supply incorporating
double-conversion technology. It provides perfect protection
specifically for computer equipment, Communication Systems to
computerized instruments.
Its true online double-conversion design eliminates all mains power
disturbances. A rectifier converts the alternating current from the
utility power to direct current. This direct current charges the
batteries and powers the inverter. On the basis of this DC voltage,
the inverter generates a pure sinusoidal AC voltage, which is
modulated by an isolation transformer and then power the loads.
Computers and Peripherals are thus powered entirely by the UPS. In
the event of power failure, the maintenance-free batteries power the
inverter. This manual is applicable to the following models:
1)
The DX 6000L is a standard model with inbuilt battery,
hereinafter called 6000L;
2)
The DX 6000LXL is a long backup time model, which is able to
connect with the external battery bank, hereinafter called
6000LXL;
3)
The DX 10000L is a standard model with inbuilt battery, hereinafter
called 10000L;
4)
The DX 10000LXL is a long backup time model, which is able to
connect with the external battery bank, hereinafter called
10000LXL;
1.2 Description of commonly used symbols
The following symbols will be used in this manual and may appear
during the course of your practical applications. Therefore, all
users should be familiar with them and understand their meanings.
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Nation and Explanation
Nation
Explanation
Nation
Explanation
Alert you to pay special
attention
Protective ground
Caution of high voltage
Alarm silence
Turn on the UPS
Overload indication
Idle or shut down the
UPS
Battery check
Alternating current
source (AC)
Recycle
Direct current source
Keep UPS in a clear
area
1.3 Appearance
Back View Of 6000L(XL)
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● Electrical performance
Input
Model
Voltage
Frequency
Power Factor
6000L(XL)/
10000L(XL)
Single-phase
(46~54)/(56~64)Hz
>0.98 (Full load)
Output
Voltage Power
regulation factor
±4%
Frequency
tolerance
Distortion
Overload capacity
Current
crest ratio
105%~130% load
transfers to bypass
mode after 10
minutes.
Synchronized
(46~54)/(56~64)Hz
in Line mode(AC
THD<3%
mode)
Full load
0.7lag
(linear
±0.1% of normal
load)
frequency in
Battery mode.
3:1
>130% load transfers maximum
to bypass mode after
1 second and
shutdown the output
after 1 minutes
● Operating environment
Temperature
Humidity
Altitude
Storage temperature
0℃~40℃
<95%
<1000m
-15℃~40℃
Note: if the UPS is installed or used in a place where the altitude is
above than 1000m, the output power must be derated in use, please
refer to the following :
Altitude (M)
1000
1500
2000
2500
3000
3500
4000
4500
5000
Deratingpower
100%
95%
91%
86%
82%
78%
74%
70%
67%
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2. Installation
2.1 Unpacking and inspection
1)
Unpack the packaging and check the package contents. The
shipping package contains:
● A UPS
● A User Manual
● A Communication Cable
● A Battery Cable (for 6000LXL /10000LXL only)
Inspect the appearance of the UPS to see if there is any
damage during transportation. Do not turn on the unit and notify
the carrier and dealer immediately if there is any damage or
lacking of some parts.
2)
2.2 Input and output power cords and protective earth
ground installation
1. Notes for installation
1)
The UPS must be installed in a location with good ventilation,
far away from water, inflammable gas and corrosive agents.
2)
Ensure the air vents on the front and rear of the UPS are not
blocked. Allow at least 0.5m of space on each side.
3)
Condensation to water drops may occur if the UPS is
unpacked in a very low temperature environment. In this
case it is necessary to wait until the UPS is fully dried inside
out before proceeding installation and use. Otherwise there
are hazards of electric shock.
Installation and wiring must be performed in accordance with the
local electric code and the following instructions by professional
personnel.
For safety, please cut off the mains power switch before
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installation. The battery breaker also needs to be cut off if it is a
long backup time model (“XL” model).
● Open the terminal block cover located on the rear panel of
the UPS, please refer to the appearance diagram.
● For 6000L(XL) UPS, it is recommended to select the
UL101510AWG(6mm 2) wire or other insulated wire which
complies with AWG Standard for the UPS input and output
wirings.
● For 10000L(XL) UPS, it is recommended to select the
UL1015 8AWG(10mm2) wire or other insulated wire which
complies with AWG Standard for the UPS input and output
wirings.
Note: Do not use the wall receptacle as the input power source
for the UPS, as its rated current is less than the UPS’s
maximum input current. Otherwise the receptacle may be
burned and destroyed.
● Connect the input and output wires to the corresponding
input and output terminals according to the following
diagram.
Note: you must make sure that the input and output wires and the
input and output terminals are connected tightly
● The protective earth ground wire refers to the wire
connection between the equipment which consumes electric
equipment and the ground wire. The wire diameter of
protective earth ground wire should be at least as above
mentioned for each model and green wire or green wire with
yellow ribbon wire is used.
● After having completed the installation, make sure the
wiring is correct.
● Please install the leak current protective breaker at the output
power distribution panel of the UPS if necessary.
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● To connect the load with the UPS, please turn off all the loads
first, then perform the connection and finally turn on the loads
one by one.
● No matter the UPS is connected to the utility power or not,
the output of the UPS may have electricity. The parts inside
the unit may still have hazardous voltage after turning off the
UPS. To make the UPS have no output, power off the UPS,
and then disconnect the utility power supply.
● Suggest charging the batteries for 8 hours before use. After
connection, turn the bypass breaker in the “ON” position, the
UPS will charge the batteries automatically. You can also use
the UPS immediately without charging the batteries first, but
the backup time may be less than the standard value.
● If it is necessary to connect the inductance load such as a
monitor or a laser printer to the UPS, the start-up power
should be used for calculating the capacity of the UPS, as its
start-up power consumption is too big when it is started.
Input and output Terminal Block wiring diagram of 6000L(XL)/10000L(XL)
Important notes: If the UPS is used in single mode, JPI and JP2
must be connected by 10AWG(6mm2). If the UPS is used in
parallel mode, the Jumper between JP1 and JP2 must be removed
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Connection Details of Output Terminals
Important Note: If the UPS is used in Single Mode, JP1 and JP2
must be connected by 10AWG (6mm2). If the UPS is used in Parallel
Mode, the Jumper between JP1 and JP2 must be removed.
● Option: 1
Connection Details of Output Terminals.
Connection Details of Output Terminals.
Connect Output Line 1 and Output Neutral 1 for 120V / 3KVA Load or connect by
2
10AWG (6mm ). Output Line 2 and Output Neutral 2 for 120V / 3KVA Load.
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Important Note: If the UPS is used in Single Mode, JP1 and JP2 must be
connected by 10AWG (6mm2). If the UPS is used in Parallel Mode, the Jumper
between JP1 and JP2 must be removed.
● Option: 2
Connection Details of Output Terminals.
Connect Output Line 1 and Neutral2 by 10AWG (6mm2) for 240V / 6KVA Load.
Important Note: If the UPS is used in Single Mode, JP1 and JP2 must be
connected by 10AWG (6mm2). If the UPS is used in Parallel Mode, the Jumper
between JP1 and JP2 must be removed.
2.3 Operating procedure for connecting the long backup
time model UPS with the external battery
1.
The nominal DC voltage of external battery pack is 240VDC.
Each battery pack consists of 20 pieces of 12V maintenance free
batteries in series. To achieve longer back time, it is possible to
connect multi-battery packs, but the principle of “same voltage,
same type” should be strictly followed.
2.
The connector of the external battery cable is used to plug into
the external battery socket of the UPS, the other end of the
external battery cable is made of three open wires with ring
terminals to connect with the external battery pack(s). The
procedure of installing battery bank should be complied with
strictly. Otherwise you may encounter the hazardous of electric
shock.
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1) DC breaker must be connected between the battery pack and
the UPS. The capacity of breaker must be not less than the data
specified in the general specification.
2) Set the battery pack breaker in ”OFF” position and connect the
20 pieces of batteries in series
3)
You must connect the external battery cable to the battery first,
if you connect the cable to the UPS first, you may encounter the
hazardous of electric shock. The positive pole of the battery is
connected to the10000LXL in parallel with blue and brown wires;
the negative pole of the battery is connected to the 10000LXL in
parallel with black and white wires; the green and yellow ribbon
wire is connected to the ground of the battery cabinet.
3.
To complete the connection by plugging the connector of the
external battery cable into the external battery socket of the UPS.
Do not attempt to connect any loads to the UPS now. You should
connect the input power wire to the right position first. And then
set the breaker of the battery pack in the ON position. After that
set the bypass breaker in the ON position. The UPS begins to
charge the battery packs at the time.
The blue & brown wires for connection to the positive
terminal of the battery pack output
The black & white wires for
connection to the negative
terminal of the battery pack
output
The receptacle for
connecting the UPS
The green and yellow ribbon wire for
connection to the ground of the battery
cabinet
The External Battery Cable Diagram For 6000L(XL)/10000L(XL)
(The cable may vary from different “XL” models)
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2.4 Parallel operation
1. Brief introduction of the redundancy
N+X is currently the most reliable power supply structure. N
represents the minimum UPS number that the total load needs; X
represents the redundant UPS number, i.e. the fault UPS number
that the system can handle simultaneously. The bigger the X is, the
higher reliability of the power system is. For occasions where
reliability is highly depended on, N+X is the optimal mode.
As long as the UPS is equipped with parallel cables, up to 3 UPSs
can be connected in parallel to realize output power sharing and
power redundancy.
2. Parallel installation
1)
Users need to opt a standard 25-pin communication cable,
which should have 25 cores, corresponding stitches and shield,
as the UPS parallel cable. The length of the parallel cable is
appropriate to be less than 3 m.
2)
Strictly follow the stand-alone wiring requirement to perform the
input wiring of each UPS.
3)
Connect the output wires of each UPS to an output breaker
panel.
4)
Disconnect the Jumper on JP1 and JP2 of the terminal block
first, and connect each output breaker to a main output breaker
and then to the loads.
Note: The requirement of the output wiring is as follows:
● When the distance between the UPSs in parallel and the breaker
panel is less than 20 meters, the difference between the wires of
input & output of the UPSs is required to be less than 20%;
● When the distance between the UPSs in parallel and the breaker
panel is greater than 20 meters, the difference between the wires
of input & output of the UPSs is required to be less than 10%.
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3. Parallel operation
To perform the general operation, follow the stand-alone operating
requirement:
1) Startup: The units transfer to INV mode simultaneously as they
start up sequentially in utility power mode;
2) Shutdown: the units shut down sequentially in INV mode. When
the l ast one completes the shutdown action, each unit will shut
down the inverter simultaneously and transfer to bypass mode.
It is easy to operate the equipment, with no previous training. You
just need to read through this manual and operate according to the
instructions in it. The meaning of the LED indicators, please refer to
the appendix 1 “Display panel”
3. Operation and Operating mode
3.1 Operation
1. Turn on the UPS with utility power supplied (in Line mode/AC
mode)
1) After you make sure that the power supply connection is correct,
set the bypass breaker and the input breaker in the “ON”
position first. At this time the fan rotates and the UPS
supplies power to the load via the bypass. The UPS operates
in Bypass mode.
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2) To power on the UPS by simply pressing the “ON” button
continuously for more than 1 second.
3) When being powered on, the UPS will perform self-diagnosis,
with the load/battery level LEDs turned on and then off one
after another in ascending order. A few seconds later, the INV
LED is turned on, the UPS is already running in Utility Power
mode. If the utility power is abnormal, the UPS will operate in
battery mode without output interruption of the UPS.
2. Turn on the UPS with no utility power supplied (in Battery mode)
1) Press the “ON” button continuously for more than 1 second to
power on the UPS. For long back up time model (“XL” model),
please make sure that the battery breaker is in “ON” position.
2) During the course of starting up, the UPS has the same action
as if it is connected to utility power except that the utility power
LED is not turned on and the battery LED is turned on instead.
3. Turn off the UPS with utility power supplied (in Line mode/AC mode)
1)
Press the “OFF” button continuously for more than 1 second
to turn off the inverter of the UPS immediately.
2) When being powered off, the UPS will perform self-diagnosis,
the Load/Battery level LEDs will be turned on and then off one
after another in ascending order, then the INV LED will be
turned off and Bypass LED will be turned on. The UPS is
working in Bypass mode.
3)
Upon completion of the above to turn it off, output of electric
current of the UPS is still present. In order to cut off the output
from the UPS, simply cut off the utility power supply and the
UPS will perform self-diagnosis, finally not any display is
shown on the display panel and no voltage output is available
from the UPS output.
4. Turn off the UPS with no utility power supplied (in Battery mode)
1)
Press the “OFF” button continuously for more than 1 second
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to power off the UPS.
2) When being powered off, the UPS will perform self-diagnosis,
the Load/Battery level LEDs will be turned on and then off one
after another in ascending order. Finally not any display is
shown on the display panel and no voltage is available from
the UPS output.
Suggestions: Please turn off the connected loads before turning on
the UPS and turn on the loads one by one after the UPS is working
in INV mode. Turn off all of the connected loads before turning off
the UPS.
3.2 Operating mode
1.
Utility power mode
The display panel in utility power
mode is shown in the following
diagram. The utility power LED and
the INV LED are turned on. The
load level LEDs will be turnd on in
accordance with the load capacity
connected.
1) If the battery LED is turned on
and the utility power LED
The Utility Power Mode
flashes, it indicates the voltage
or frequency of the utility power
has exceeded the normal range, the UPS operates in battery
mode.
2) If output overloaded, the load level LEDs will be turned on and
alarm will keep twice every second. You should get rid of some
unnecessary loads one by one to decrease the loads connected
to the UPS less than 90% of its nominal power capacity.
Note: Please follow the following steps to connect the generator:
● Activate the generator and wait until the operation is stable
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before supplying power of the generator to the UPS (be sure
that the UPS is in idle mode). Then turn on the UPS according to
the start-up procedure. After the UPS is turned on, then the
loads can be connected to the UPS one by one.
● The power capacity of the AC generator should be at least twice
of the UPS capacity.
2.
Battery mode
The display panel in battery mode is shown in the following diagram.
The battery LED and the INV LED are turned on. The displayed
number of the battery level LEDs will be turned on in accordance
with the battery capacity. Note that the load level LEDs in utility
power mode will indicate the level of
the battery capacity in battery mode.
1)
2)
3.
When the UPS in battery mode,
the buzzer beeps once every 4
seconds. If the “ON” button is
pressed for more than 1
seconds, the buzzer will stop
beeping. Press the “ON” button
once again for more than 1
second to resume the alarm
function.
Battery mode diagram
When the battery capacity
decreases, the number of the battery capacity LEDs turned on
will be reduced. If the battery voltage descends to the alarm
level, the buzzer will beep once every second to remind the
users of in sufficient battery capacity and the UPS is soon
going to shut down automatically. Then the load operations
should be carried out promptly and the loads should be
eliminated one by one.
Bypass mode
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The display panel in bypass mode is
shown in the following diagram. The
utility power LED and the bypass
LED are lit. The displayed number
of the load LEDs will be turned on in
accordance with the load capacity
connected. The UPS will beep once
every 2 minutes in bypass mode.
1)
4.
The utility power LED flashes, it
shows that the voltage or
frequency of the utility power
has exceeded the normal range
of the UPS.
Bypass Mode Diagram
2)
Other indications on the display panel are the same in utility
mode.
3)
The UPS does not have the backup function when it is in
bypass mode. The power used by the load is supplied from the
utility power via internal filter and the transformer.
Abnormality mode
In case the fault LED is turned on when the UPS is in use, it shows
that the UPS is operating in abnormal mode. Please refer to the
troubleshooting in section 6 for detail.
5.
Backup time for the standard model
The backup time of the long backup time model is dependent on the
external battery pack capacity and the load level as well as other
factors. The backup time of standard model may vary from different
models and load level. Please refer to the following:
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Load Level
Load level
Backup Time Of 6000L(XL)
6.
Backup Time Of 10000L(XL)
Communication Port
Intelligent slot
This series is equipped with an intelligent slot for Webpower
(optional accessory) or other optional card to achieve remote
management of the UPS through internet / intranet. Please contact
your local distributor for further information.
RS232 interface
The following are the descriptions and pin assignment of RS232
DB-9 port:
Baud rate: 2400bps
Data bit: 8 bit
Ending bit:1bit
Parity bit: None
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Pin
number
Function
description
I/O
3
Rx
input
2
Tx
output
5
Ground
GND
DB-9 pin assignment:
RS232 Interface
Optional AS400 interface
This optional AS400 card provides dry contact closure signal
“OPEN” or “CLOSE”. Following are the pin assignment and the
descriptions of AS400 card:
PIN1: UPS failure (normally open, active close)
PIN2: summary alarm
PIN3: ground
PIN4: Remote shutdown
PIN5: Common
PIN6: Bypass active (relay close)
PIN7: Battery low
PIN8: UPS On (relay close)
PIN9: Utility Power failure (normally open, active close)
AS400 Interface
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Data-Line Surge Protection
The built-in data-line surge
suppression on the rear panel
completes your system protection. It
provides an easy way to protect a
network (RJ45) or modem (single line
phone) connection from hazardous
spikes.
RJ45
4. Battery maintenance
● This series UPS only requires minimal maintenance. The battery
used for standard models are value regulated sealed lead-acid
maintenance free battery. These models require minimal repairs.
The only requirement is to charge the UPS regularly in order to
maximize the expected life of the battery. When being connected to
the utility power, whether the UPS is turned on or not, the UPS keeps
charging the batteries and also offers the protective function of
overcharging and overdischarging.
● The UPS should be charged once every 4 to 6 months if it has not
been used for a long time.
● In the regions of hot climates, the battery should be charged and
discharged every 2 months. The standard charging time should be at
least 12 hours.
● Under normal conditions, the battery life lasts 3 to 5 years. In case if
the battery is found not in good condition, earlier replacement should
be made. Battery replacement should be performed by qualified
personnel.
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● Replace batteries with the same number and same type of batteries.
● Do not replace the battery individually. All the batteries should be
replaced at the same time following the instructions of the battery
supplier.
● Normally, the batteries should be charged and discharged once
every 4 to 6 months. Charging should begin after the UPS shuts
down automatically in the course of discharging, the standard
charging time for the standard UPS should be at least 12 hours.
5. Notes for battery disposal and battery
replacement
1)
Before disposing of batteries, remove conductive jewelry
such as necklace, wrist watches and rings.
2)
If it is necessary to replace any connection cables, please
purchase the original materials from the authorized
distributors or service centers, so as to avoid overheat or
spark resulting in fire due to insufficient capacity.
3)
Do not dispose of batteries or battery packs in a fire, or they
may explode.
4)
Do not open or mutilate batteries, released electrolyte is
5)
highly poisonous and harmful to the skin and eyes.
Do not short the positive and negative of the battery
electrode, otherwise, it may result in electric shock or fire.
6)
Make sure that there is no voltage before touching the
batteries. The battery circuit is not isolated from the input
potential circuit. There may be hazardous voltage between
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the battery terminals and the ground.
Even though the input breaker is disconnected, the
components inside the UPS are still connected with the
batteries, and there are potential hazardous voltages.
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Therefore, before any maintenance and repairs work is
carried out, switch off the breaker of the battery pack or
disconnect the jumper wire of connecting between the
batteries.
8)
Batteries contain hazardous voltage and current. Battery
maintenance such as the battery replacement must be
carried out by qualified personnel who are knowledgeable
about batteries. No other persons should handle the
batteries.
6. Troubleshooting
Problem
The #1 Fault LED
and the #6 LED are
turned on, the
buzzer beeps
continuously
The #1 Fault LED
and the #2 and #5
LED are turned on,
and the buzzer
beeps continuously
The #1 Fault LED
and the #4 LED are
turned on, the UPS
beeps continuously
The #1 Fault LED
and the #5 LED are
turned on, the UPS
beeps continuously
The #1 Fault LED
and the #3 LED are
turned on, the UPS
beeps continuously
Possible cause
The UPS
shutdown due to
internal overheat
The UPS output
is short circuited.
Solution
Make sure the UPS is not overloaded;
the air vents are not blocked and the
ambient temperature is not too high.
Wait for 10 minutes for the UPS to cool
down before turning on again. If failed,
please contact the distributor or service
center.
Turn off the UPS. Remove all the loads.
Ensure that the load is not failed or the
UPS has no internal faults before
turning it on again. If failed, please
contact the distributor or service center.
The UPS shuts
down due to its
internal fault.
Please contact the distributor or service
center.
The UPS shuts
down due to its
internal fault.
Please contact the distributor or service
center.
Overcharging
protection
The charger of the UPS is failed. Please
contact the distributor or service center.
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The utility power
LED flashes
The voltage or
frequency of the
utility power is
out of the input
range of the
UPS.
The UPS is running in battery mode. To
save your data and close the application
program. Make sure the utility power is
within the input voltage or frequency
range permitted by the UPS.
The #1 Fault LED
and the #2 LED are
turned on, the UPS
beeps continuously
The UPS is
overloaded or the
load equipment
is faulty
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Check the loads and remove all
no-critical equipment. Recalculate the
load power and reduce the number of
loads connected to the UPS. Check that
the loads are not failed.
The #1 Fault LED
and the battery LED
are turned on, the
buzzer beeps every
second
The charger of
the UPS is
defective.
Please contact the distributor or service
center.
Battery LED flashes
Battery low or
battery not
connected
Check the battery. If the battery is
damaged, replace the battery
immediately and ensure that the battery
breaker is in “ON” position.
The utility power is
normal, but the UPS
can not turn in line
mode
Bypass breaker
in “OFF” position
Set the bypass breaker in “ON” position.
Battery not yet
been fully
charged
Battery discharging
time diminishes
UPS overloaded
Battery aged
The UPS cannot
power on after
pressing the ON
button
The “ON” button
is pressed too
briefly
The UPS is not
connected to the
battery or the
battery pack
voltage is too
low.
Keep UPS connected to utility power
persistently for more than 10 hours to
recharge the batteries again.
Check the loads and remove the
non-critical equipment.
Replace the batteries. Please contact
the distributor to obtain the parts and
replacement service.
Press the “ON” button for more than 1
second.
Check the battery or recharge the
battery.
Please contact the distributor or service
center.
UPS fault
When you contact the service center, please provide the following information:
● Model No. and the serial No. of the UPS;
● The date when the problem arose;
● Complete description of the problem, including the LED display, alarm warning,
and power condition and load capacity. If your UPS is a long backup time model,
you may also provide the battery information.
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Appendix 1: display panel
n
Power ON/OFF: To turn on the UPS simply by pressing the “ON” button on the
front panel continuously for 1 second. Press the “OFF” button on the front panel
continuously for 1 second to turn off the UPS.
n
Bypass LED (orange LED): Whenever the bypass LED is turned on, it shows
that the loading current is supplied directly from the utility power.
n
Utility power LED (green LED): Whenever the utility power LED is turned on, it
shows that the utility power is normal.
n
Inv LED (green LED): Whenever the INV LED is turned on, it shows that the
loading current is supplied from utility power or battery via the inverter.
n
Battery LED (orange LED): Whenever the battery LED is turned on, it shows
that the loading current is supplied from battery via the inverter.
n
Fault LED (red LED): Whenever the fault LED is turned on, it shows that the
UPS is in abnormal condition.
n
#2-#6 LEDs (the #2 LED is orange and the #3-#6 LEDs are green): These
LEDs indicate the percentage of the load capacity in utility power mode or
battery capacity level in battery mode.
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Appendix 2: The corresponding form of the LED
display
No.
Operating state
LED display
1# 2# 3# 4# 5# 6# 7# 8# 9# 10#
Alarm
warning
1
0~35%
Load capacity
●
● ●
none
2
36%~55%
Load capacity
● ●
● ●
none
56%~75%
Load capacity
● ● ●
● ●
none
4
76%~95%
Load capacity
● ● ● ●
● ●
none
5
96%~105%
Load capacity
● ● ● ● ●
● ●
none
6
0~20%
Battery
capacity
●
● ●
Beep once
every sec
7
21%~40%
Battery
capacity
● ●
● ●
Beep once
every 4 sec
8
41%~60%
Battery
Battery
Mode
capacity
● ● ●
● ●
Beep once
every 4 sec
9
61%~80%
Battery
capacity
● ● ● ●
● ●
Beep once
every 4 sec
10
81%~100%
Battery
capacity
● ● ● ● ●
● ●
Beep once
every 4 sec
3
Utility
Power
Mode
11
Bypass mode
12
Overloaded in utility
mode and UPS still in
INV mode
● ● ● ● ● ●
13
Overloaded in utility
mode and UPS in
bypass mode
● ●
↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ● ● ●
● ●
● ●
25
Beep once
every 2 min.
Beep twice
every sec.
Continuously
beep
14
15
16
Utility power abnormal
Overloaded in battery
mode,
Early-warning
Overloaded in battery
mode,
Cut off the output
↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ● ★ ↑ ↑ ↑
↑
Beep twice
● ● every sec.
● ● ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑
Continuously
beep
● ●
17
Over temperature
●
18
Inv abnormal
●
●
↑ ↑
19
Output short circuited
● ●
●
↑ ↑
20
BUS voltage abnormal
●
21
Charger or battery failed
●
22
Battery voltage
abnormal
↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ●
23
BAT SCR failed
●
24
Fan abnormal
● ●
25
Bypass STS failed
●
26
INV RLY failed
●
●
● ● ●
27
Communication
abnormal
●
● ●
↑ ↑
● ↑ ↑
●
●
↑ ↑
●
●
↑ ↑
●
●
● ● ●
● ● ● ●
●: Solid ON
★: Flash
↑: LED display and alarm warning are dependent on other conditions.
26
Continuously
beep
Continuously
beep
Continuously
beep
Continuously
beep
Continuously
★
beep
★
↑
Continuously
beep
Continuously
beep
Continuously
beep
Continuously
beep
Continuously
beep
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