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5P
5P
5P
5P
5P
1500 RT
2200 RT
2200
3000 RT
3000
Installation
and user manual
Copyright © 2012 EATON
All rights reserved.
Service and support:
Call your local service representative
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS. This manual contains important instructions
that should be followed during installation and maintenance of the UPS and batteries.
The 5P models that are covered in this manual are intended for installation in an environment
within 0 to 40°C, free of conductive contaminant.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance
with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of
this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will
be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Certification Standards
pp UPS directives: UL 1778 4th edition (UL listed).
pp Performance: IEC 62040-3: 2001.
pp Radiated emission: FCC CFR 47 part 15 subpart B, Class A.
pp Surges withstand ability: IEEE ANSI C62.41 Category A2 (UL Listed).
Special Symbols
The following are examples of symbols used on the UPS or accessories to alert you to important
information:
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK - Observe the warning associated with the risk of electric shock symbol.
Important instructions that must always be followed.
Do not discard the UPS or the UPS batteries in the trash.
This product contains sealed lead acid batteries and must be disposed as it's explain in this manual.
For more information, contact your local recycling/reuse or hazardous waste center.
This symbol indicates that you should not discard waste electrical or electronic equipment (WEEE)
in the trash. For proper disposal, contact your local recycling/reuse or hazardous waste center.
Information, advice, help.
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Safety of Persons
pp The system has its own power source (the battery). Consequently, the power outlets may be energized
even if the systems is disconnected from the AC power source.
pp Dangerous voltage levels are present within the system. It should be opened exclusively by qualified
service personnel.
pp The system must be properly grounded.
pp The battery supplied with the system contains small amounts of toxic materials.
To avoid accidents, the directives listed below must be observed:
- servicing of batteries should be performed or supervised by personnel knowledgeable about betteries
and the required precautions.
- when replacing batteries, replace with the same type and number of batteries or battery packs.
- do not dispose of batteries in a fire. The batteries may explode.
- batteries constitute a danger (electrical shock, burns). The short-circuit current may be very high.
Precautions must be taken for all handling:
pp Wear rubber gloves and boots.
pp Do not lay tools or metal parts on top of batteries.
pp Disconnect charging source prior to connecting or disconnecting battery terminals.
pp 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).
Product Safety
pp The UPS connection instructions and operation described in the manual must be followed in
the indicated order.
pp A protection circuit breaker must be installed upstream and be easily accessible.
The system can be disconnected from the AC power source by opening this circuit breaker.
pp Check that the indications on the rating plate correspond to your AC powered system and to
the actual electrical consumption of all the equipment to be connected to the system.
pp For PLUGGABLE EQUIPMENT, the socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall
be easily accessible
pp Never install the system near liquids or in an excessively damp environment.
pp Never let a foreign body penetrate inside the system.
pp Never block the ventilation grates of the system.
pp Never expose the system to direct sunlight or source of heat.
pp If the system must be stored prior to installation, storage must be in a dry place.
pp The admissible storage temperature range is -15 ºC to +50 ºC.
Special Precautions
pp All handling operations will require at least two people (unpacking, installation in rack system).
pp Before and after the installation, if the UPS remains de-energized for a long period, the UPS must be
energized for a period of 24 hours, at least once every 6 months (for a normal storage temperature
less than 25 °C). This charges the battery, thus avoiding possible irreversible damage.
pp During the replacement of the Battery Module, it is imperative to use the same type and number of
element as the original Battery Module provided with the UPS to maintain an identical level of
performance and safety. In case of doubt, don’t hesitate to contact your EATON representative.
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1. Introduction........................................................................................ 6
1.1 Environmental protection.................................................................................................6
2. Presentation....................................................................................... 7
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
Standard installations........................................................................................................7
Rear Panels.......................................................................................................................8
Control panel....................................................................................................................9
LCD description.............................................................................................................. 10
Display functions............................................................................................................ 11
User settings.................................................................................................................. 11
3. Installation....................................................................................... 13
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
Unpacking and contents check....................................................................................... 13
Battery module connection............................................................................................ 14
Tower installation............................................................................................................ 15
Rack installation (RT only)............................................................................................... 15
Communication ports..................................................................................................... 16
Connection with a FlexPDU (Power Distribution Unit) module (optional)....................... 17
Connection with a HotSwap MBP module (optional)..................................................... 17
UPS connection without a FlexPDU or HotSwap MBP module..................................... 18
4. Operation......................................................................................... 19
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
Start-up and Normal operation........................................................................................ 19
Starting the UPS on Battery........................................................................................... 19
UPS Shutdown............................................................................................................... 19
Operation on Battery Power........................................................................................... 19
Return of AC Input Power...............................................................................................20
UPS remote control functions........................................................................................20
5. Maintenance.................................................................................... 21
5.1 Troubleshooting..............................................................................................................21
5.2 Battery-module replacement..........................................................................................22
5.3 Maintenance on a UPS equipped with the HotSwap MBP module...............................23
6. Appendices....................................................................................... 24
6.1 Technical specifications..................................................................................................24
6.2 Glossary..........................................................................................................................25
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Contents
1. Introduction
Thank you for selecting an EATON product to protect your electrical equipment.
The 5P range has been designed with the utmost care.
We recommend that you take the time to read this manual to take full advantage of the many features
of your UPS (Uninterruptible Power System).
Before installing your 5P, please read the booklet presenting the safety instructions.
Then follow the indications in this manual.
To discover the entire range of EATON products and the options available for the 5P range,
we invite you to visit our web site at www.eaton.com/powerquality or contact your EATON representative.
1.1
Environmental protection
EATON has implemented an environmental-protection policy.
Products are developed according to an eco-design approach.
Substances
This product does not contain CFCs, HCFCs or asbestos.
Packing
To improve waste treatment and facilitate recycling, separate the various packing components.
pp The cardboard we use comprises over 50% of recycled cardboard.
pp Sacks and bags are made of polyethylene.
pp Packing materials are recyclable and bear the appropriate identification symbol
01
PET
Materials
Abbreviations
Number in
the symbols
Polyethylene terephthalat
PET
01
High-density polyethylene
HDPE
02
Polyvinyl chloride
PVC
03
Low-density polyethylene
LDPE
04
Polypropylene
PP
05
Polystyrene
PS
06
01
PET
Follow all local regulations for the disposal of packing materials.
End of life
EATON will process products at the end of their service life in compliance with local regulations.
EATON works with companies in charge of collecting and eliminating our products at the end of
their service life.
Product
The product is made up of recyclable materials.
Dismantling and destruction must take place in compliance with all local regulations concerning waste.
At the end of its service life, the product must be transported to a processing center for electrical and
electronic waste.
Battery
The product contains lead-acid batteries that must be processed according to applicable local regulations
concerning batteries.
The battery may be removed to comply with regulations and in view of correct disposal.
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2.1 Standard installations
Tower installation
D
W
H
Rack installation
D
H
W
Description
5P
5P
5P
5P
5P
1500 RT
2200 RT
2200
3000 RT
3000
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Weights
(lb/kg)
58.60 / 26.60
60.20 / 27.30
Dimensions (inch/mm)
D xW x H
20.6 x 17.4 x 3.4 / 522 x 441.2 x 86.2
81.10 / 36.80
25.5 x 17.4 x 3.4 / 647 x 441.2 x 86.2
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2. Presentation
2. Presentation
2.2 Rear panels
5P 1500
8a
USB communication port
RS232 communication port
3 Not used, connector for automatic
recognition of an additional battery
module
4 Slot for optional communication card
5 Connector for ROO (remote ON/OFF)
or RPO (Remote Power OFF) control
7 30A outlet (L5-30R) for connection of
equipment (for 5P 3000 only)
8a Group 1: 2 programmable outlets for
connection of equipment
8b Group 2: 2 programmable outlets for
connection of equipment
9 Primary Group: outlets for
connection of critical equipment
10 Attached 8 ft. input power cord for
AC-power source
5-15P for 1000 / 1500
5-20P for 2200
L5-30P for 3000
11 LED indicating site wiring fault (SWF)
alarm
1
2
8b
5P 2200
8a
8b
5P 3000
8a
8b
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2.3 Control panel
The UPS has a five-button graphical LCD. It provides useful information about the UPS itself, load status,
events, measurements and settings.
Power On
Indicator (green)
On battery
Indicator (yellow)
Alarm
Indicator (red)
Normal mode
100%
2.7kW
3kVA
100%
17min
Efficiency: ~98%
Escape
Up
Down
Enter
On/Off
button
The following table shows the indicator status and description:
Indicator
Green
Yellow
Red
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Description
On
The UPS is operating normally.
On
The UPS is on battery mode.
On
The UPS has an active alarm or fault. See troubleshooting on page 21 for additional information.
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2.4 LCD description
After 5 minutes of inactivity, the LCD displays the screen saver.
The LCD backlight automatically dims after 10 minutes of inactivity. Press any button to restore the screen.
Operation status
Normal mode
100%
2.7kW
3kVA
Load/equipment status
100%
17min
Battery status
Efficiency: ~98%
Efficiency and load group information
The following table describes the status information provided by the UPS
Note: If other indicator appears, see troubleshooting on page 21 for additional information.
Operation status
Standby mode
Possible cause
The UPS is OFF, waiting for start-up
command from user
Normal mode
The UPS is operating normally.
The UPS is powering and protecting
the equipment.
In AVR mode
The UPS is operating normally but
the utility voltage is outside normal
mode thresholds.
The UPS is powering the
equipment through a Automatic
Voltage Regulation device.
The equipment is still normally
protected.
A utility failure has occured and
the UPS is in Battery mode.
The UPS is powering the equipment
with the battery power.
Prepare your equipment for
shutdown.
The UPS is in battery mode and
the battery is running low.
This warning is approximate, and
the actual time to shutdown may
vary siginificantly.
Depending on the UPS Load
and number of Extended Battery
modules (EBMs), the "Battery Low"
warning may occur before the
battery reaches 20 % capacity.
No beep
On Battery
Battery LED is on
1 beep every 10 seconds
End of backup time
1 beep every 3 seconds
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Action
Equipment is not powered until
button is pressed.
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2.5 Display functions
Press the Enter (
) button to activate the menu options. Use the two middle buttons (
through the menu structure. Press the Enter (
) button to select an option. Press the
or return to the previous menu.
and ) to scroll
button to cancel
Menu map for Display Functions.
Main menu
Measurements
Control
Settings
Fault log
Identification
Submenu
Display information or Menu function
Load W VA / Load A pf / Output V Hz / Input V Hz /
Battery V min / Efficiency / Power usage
Load Segments
Group 1: ON / OFF
Group 2: ON / OFF
These commands overrule user settings for load segments.
Start battery test
Starts a manual battery test
Reset fault state
Clears active fault (UPS restart required)
Restore factory settings Returns all settings to original values
Reset power usage
Clears power usage measurements
Local settings
Sets product general parameters
Input / output settings Sets Input and output parameters
ON / OFF settings
Sets ON / OFF conditions
Battery settings
Sets battery configuration
Displays event log or alarms
UPS Type / Part Number / Serial Number / Firmware release /
Com card address
2.6 User settings
The following table displays the options that can be changed by the user.
Description
Language
Local settings
LCD settings
Audible alarm
Output voltage
Input thresholds
Sensitivity
In/Out settings
Load segments Auto start delay
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Available settings
[English] [French] [German] [Italian]
[Portuguese] [Spanish] [Russian]
Menus, status, notices and alarms,
UPS fault, Event Log data and
settings are in all supported languages.
Authorizes to modify LCD screen
brightness and contrast to be
adapted to room light conditions.
[Yes] [No]
Authorizes to enable or disable
the buzzer if an alarm occurs.
[100 V] [120 V] [125 V]
Default settings
English
User selectable when UPS is
powered for the first time.
Yes
User selectable when UPS is
powered for the first time.
Normal mode
[Normal mode] [Extended mode]
Extended mode authorizes lower
input voltage (70 V) without
transferring to battery.
This can be used if the load can
withstand low voltage supply.
[High] [Low]
High
High: for sensitive equipment,
UPS will easily transfer to battery
when utility conditions are becoming
bad.
Low: for equipment that can
withstand bad utility conditions,
in that case, the UPS will not transfer
to battery.
[No Delay] [1 s] [2 s]…[65354 s]
Group 1: 3 s
The equipment are powered on
Group 2: 6 s
with the specified delay relative
to the primary group.
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Description
Load segments Auto shutdown
delay
In/Out settings
Overload
prealarm
Cold start
Forced reboot
Auto restart
ON/OFF settings
Energy saving
Sleep mode
Remote command
Automatic battery
test
Low battery
warning
Battery settings
Restart battery
level
Battery charge
mode
Deep discharge
protection
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Available settings
[Disable] [0s] [1 s] [2 s]…[65354 s]
During a power outage,
authorizes UPS to turn off power to
equipment connected to Group 1
and/or Group 2 outlets.
This feature allows the shedding of
non-critical loads in order to conserve
battery power for critical loads
connected to the Primary group.
[10 %] [15 %] [20 %] ... [100 %] [105 %]
Sets critical percentage of load where
alarm overload alarm occurs.
[Disable] [Enable]
Authorizes the product to start on
battery power.
[Disable] [Enable]
If mains recover during a shutdown
sequence:
If set to Enable, shutdown sequence
will complete and wait 10 seconds
prior to restart,
If set to Disable, shutdown sequence
will not complete and restart will
occur immediately.
[Disable] [Enable]
Authorizes the product to restart
automatically when mains recovers
after a complete battery discharge.
[Disable] [Enable]
If Enable, UPS will shutdown after
5 min. of back-up time, if no load is
detected on the output.
[Disable] [Enable]
If disable, LCD and communication
will turn OFF immediately after UPS
is OFF.
If enable, LCD and communication
stays ON 1h30 min after UPS is OFF.
[Disable] [Enable]
If enable, shutdown or restart
commands from software are
authorised.
[No test] [Every day] [Every week]
[Every month]
Available only if battery charge mode
is set to constant charge.
[1 %] [2 %] ... [100 %]
The alarm triggers when the set
percentage of battery capacity is
reached during a back-up time.
[1 %] [2 %] ... [100 %]
If set, automatic restart will occur
only when percentage of battery
charge is reached.
[ABM cycling] [Constant charge]
Default settings
Group 1: Disable
Group 2: Disable
[105 %]
Enable
Enable
Enable
Disable
Disable
Enable
Every week
(in constant charge)
otherwise following ABM
20 %
0%
ABM cycling
[Yes] [No]
Yes
If set to Yes, the UPS automatically
prevents battery from deep discharge
by adapting end of back-up time
voltage threshold.
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20
21
18
19
14
15
23
17
16
22
24
14
5P
20
Safety instructions
15
Front panel parts
21
Quick start
16
RS232 communication cable
22
Mounting kit for 19-inch bays (RT only)
17
USB communication cable
23
2 supports for the upright position
18
Software CD-ROM
24
NMC communication card (optional)
19
Manual CD-ROM
Packing materials must be disposed of in compliance with all local regulations concerning waste.
Recycling symbols are printed on the packing materials to facilitate sorting.
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3. Installation
3. Installation
3.2 Battery module connection
Caution: Before starting the UPS, please connect the internal battery.
Note: A small amount of arcing may occur when connecting the batteries.
This is normal and does not damage the UPS or present any safety concern.
A
onnect the battery module
C
(never pull on the wires).
B
ttach the left-hand side of the front
A
panel by sliding it then by locking
the push button.
C
Attach the center panel.
A
C
B
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3.3 Tower installation
3.4 Rack installation (RT only)
Follow steps 1 to 4 for module mounting on the rails.
1
1
2
3
3
4
4
The rails and necessary hardware are supplied by EATON.
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3. Installation
3. Installation
3.5 Communication ports
Connection of RS232 or USB communication port (optional)
The RS232 and USB communication ports cannot operate simultaneously.
17
16
1. Connect the RS232 16 or USB
17 communication cable to
the serial or USB port on
the computer equipment.
2. C
onnect the other end of the
communication cable 16 or
17 to the USB 1 or RS232 2
communication port on
the UPS.
The UPS can now communicate
with EATON power management
software.
Installation of the communication cards (optional, standard on the Netpack versions)
It is not necessary to shutdown
the UPS before installing
a communication card.
1. R
emove the slot cover 4
secured by screws.
2. Insert the communication
card in the slot.
3. Secure the card cover with
the 2 screws.
Characteristics of the contact communication port (optional)
pp Pins 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10: not used
pp Pin 2: common (user)
pp Pin 7: low battery
pp P
in 8: operation on battery
power
pp P
in 9: UPS ON, equipment
supplied
n.o.: normally open contact
When a signal is activated, the contact is closed between the common (pin 2) and the pin
for the corresponding signal.
Contact characteristics (optocoupler)
pp Voltage: 48 V DC max
pp Current: 25 mA max
pp Power: 1.2 W
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3.6 Connection with a FlexPDU (Power Distribution Unit) module (optional)
5P
1. C
onnect the UPS powercord
to the AC-power source.
10
2. Connect the input cord of the
FlexPDU module 27 to one of
the UPS outlets 9 .
The cable and the connectors are
marked in red.
3. C
onnect the equipment to the
outlets 25 and 26 on the FlexPDU
module. These outlets differ,
depending on the version of the
FlexPDU module.
FlexPDU
25
26
27
3.7 Connection with a HotSwap MBP module (optional)
The HotSwap MBP module makes it possible to service or even replace the UPS without affecting the connected
loads (HotSwap function).
1. Connect the input socket 34 on
the HotSwap MBP module to the
5P
AC-power source.
2. Connect the UPS input socket
10 to the "UPS Input" 33 of the
HotSwap MBP module.
This cord and the receptacle are
marked blue.
32
3. C
onnect the UPS outlet 7 to the
"UPS Output" 32 of the HotSwap
MBP module.
This cord and the outlet are
marked red.
33
28
4. C
onnect the equipment to the
outlets 28 on the HotSwap MBP
module.
These outlets differ, depending on
the version of the HotSwap MBP
module.
29 30 31
34
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AC POWER
UPS IN
UPS OUT
Normal
UPS ON
OK to switch
ByPass
HotSwap MBP
Caution: Do not use UPS outlets 8
and 9 to supply equipment because
use of switch 31 on the HotSwap
MBP module would cut supply to
the equipment.
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HotSwap MBP module operation
29 30
Normalthe load is supplied by the UPS,
LED 29 is on.
Bypassthe load is supplied directly by the
AC-power source. LED 30 is on.
UPS OUT
Normal
UPS ON
OK to switch
ByPass
The HotSwap MBP module has a rotary switch
31 with two positions:
31
UPS start-up with the HotSwap MBP module
1. Check that the UPS is correctly connected to the HotSwap MBP module.
2. Set switch 31 to Normal position.
3. Start the UPS by pressing the ON/OFF button
on the UPS control panel.
The load is supplied by the UPS.
LED 29 "UPS ON - OK to switch" on the HotSwap MBP module goes ON.
HotSwap MBP module test
1. Set switch
2. Set switch
31
31
to Bypass position and check that the load is still supplied.
back to Normal position.
3.8 UPS connection without a FlexPDU or HotSwap MBP module
Check that the indications on the name plate located on the back of the UPS correspond to the AC-power
source and the true electrical consumption of the total load.
1. 5
P: connect the UPS input plug
to the AC-power source.
10
9
8
10
2. C
onnect the loads to the UPS.
It is preferable to connect the
critical loads to the ‘Primary’
outlet group shown as 9 and
the non-critical loads to either
the Group 1 or Group 2 outlets
shown as 8 . Group 1 and
Group 2 outlets can be
programmed to shed loads as
desired. For the 5P 3000
models, connect any high-power
device to the 30 A outlet 7 .
3. To program shutdown of outlets
8 during operation on battery
power to optimize the available
backup time, please check the
in/out settings.
Note: The UPS charges the battery as soon as it is connected to the AC-power source,
button is not pressed.
even if
Once the UPS is connected to the AC-power source, eight hours of charging is required before
the battery can supply the rated backup time.
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4.1 Start-up and Normal operation
To start the UPS:
1. Verify that the UPS power cord is plugged in.
2. The UPS front panel display illuminates and shows EATON logo.
3. Verify that the UPS status screen shows , press
to start.
4. Press the
button on the UPS front panel for at least 2 seconds.
The UPS front panel display changes status to "UPS starting...".
5.Check the UPS front panel display for active alarms or notices. Resolve any active alarms before
continuing. See "Troubleshooting" on page 21.
If the
indicator is on, do not proceed until all alarms are clear. Check the UPS status from the front
panel to view the active alarms. Correct the alarms and restart if necessary.
6.Verify that the
indicator illuminates solid, indicating that the UPS is operating normally and any loads
are powered and protected.
The UPS should be in Normal mode.
4.2 Starting the UPS on Battery
Before using this feature, the UPS must have been powered by utility power with output enabled
at least once.
Battery start can be disabled. See the "Cold start" setting in "ON/OFF Settings" on page 12.
To start the UPS on battery:
button on the UPS front panel until the UPS front panel display illuminates and shows
1.Press the
a status of "UPS starting...".
The UPS cycles through Standby mode to Battery mode. The
indicator illuminates solid.
The UPS supplies power to your equipment.
2.Check the UPS front panel display for active alarms or notices besides the "Battery mode" notice
and notices that indicate missing utility power. Resolve any active alarms before continuing.
See "Troubleshooting" on page 21.
Check the UPS status from the front panel to view the active alarms. Correct the alarms and restart
if necessary.
4.3 UPS Shutdown
To shut down the UPS:
Press the
button on the front panel for three seconds.
The UPS starts to beep and shows a status of "UPS shutting OFF...". The UPS then transfers to Standby
mode, and the
indicator turns off.
4.4 Operation on Battery Power
Transfer to battery power
pp The connected devices continue to be supplied by the UPS when AC input power is no longer available.
The necessary energy is provided by the battery.
pp The
and
indicator illuminates solid.
pp The audio alarm beeps every ten seconds.
The connected devices are supplied by the battery.
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4. Operation
4. Operation
Low-battery warning
pp The
and
indicator illuminates solid.
pp The audio alarm beeps every three seconds.
The remaining battery power is low. Shut down all applications on the connected equipment because
automatic UPS shutdown is imminent.
End of battery backup time
pp LCD displays "End of backup time".
pp All the LEDs go OFF .
pp The audio alarms stops.
4.5 Return of AC Input Power
Following an outage, the UPS restarts automatically when AC input power returns (unless the restart
function has been disabled) and the load is supplied again.
4.6 UPS remote control functions
5P offers a choice between two remote control functions.
pp RPO: Remote Power Off allow a remote contact to be used to disconnect all the equipment connected
to the UPS. Restarting the UPS requires manual intervention.
pp ROO: Remote ON/OFF allows remote action of button
to shut down the UPS.
These functions are obtained by opening a contact connected between the appropriate pins of connector
on the rear panel of the UPS (see figures below).
5
5
Remote control connection and test
1. Check that the UPS is OFF and disconnected from the AC input source.
2. Remove connector 5 .
3. Connect a normally closed volt-free contact (60 V DC / 30 V AC max., 20 mA max., 0.75 mm2 (18 AWG)
cable cross-section) between the two pins of connector 5 (see diagram).
Contact open: UPS shutdown
Contact closed: UPS start-up (UPS connected to AC power and AC power is available)
Note: The local ON/OFF control using button
overrides the remote-control function.
Contact open: UPS shutdown, LED
goes ON.
To return to normal operation, deactivate the remote external contact and restart
the UPS by pressing button .
4. Plug connector 5 into the back of the UPS.
5. Connect and restart the UPS following the previously described procedures.
6. Activate the external remote shutdown contact to test the function.
Warning: This connector must only be connected to SELV (Safety Extra-Low Voltage) circuits.
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5.1 Troubleshooting
Operation status
Batteries disconnected
Possible cause
The UPS does not recognize
the internal batteries
The batteries are disconnected
Action
If the condition persists, contact
your service representative
Verify that all batteries are properly
connected. If the condition persists,
contact your service representative.
Overload
Power requirements exceeds the
UPS capacity (greater than 105 %
of nominal)
End of battery life
The end of the battery life is
reached.
Remove some of the equipment
from the UPS. The UPS continues
to operate, but may shutdown if
the load increases. The alarm resets
when the condition becomes
inactive.
Contact your service representative
for battery replacement.
Event
An UPS event occurs
UPS fault
Example:
Remote Power OFF, the RPO
contact has been activated
to shutdown the UPS and now
prevents restart.
An internal failure occured with
the UPS
Set the contact back to its normal
position and press
button
to restart.
The UPS does not protect
the equipment anymore.
Note: The alarm message and
the UPS Serial Number, then contact
your service representative.
Troubleshooting a UPS equipped with the HotSwap MBP module
1
2
3
Indication
Diagnostic
The load is no longer supplied
l The protected devices
when the rotary switch 33 on
are connected to the UPS
the HotSwap MBP module is set
output instead of to the
to Bypass position.
HotSwap MBP module.
l The AC-power cord is
connected to the UPS input
instead of to the HotSwap
MBP module.
The load is no longer supplied
l The UPS is shut down.
when the rotary switch 33 on
l The wiring between the
the HotSwap MBP module is set
UPS and the HotSwap MBP
to Normal position.
module is incorrect.
The load is no longer supplied
after AC-power fails.
l
l
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Correction
Check the wiring between
the UPS and the HotSwap MBP
module (see section 3.7).
l
l
The rotary switch 33 on
l
the HotSwap MBP module
is set to Bypass position.
The wiring between the
l
UPS and the HotSwap MBP
module is incorrect.
Start the UPS.
Check the wiring between
the UPS and the HotSwap
MBP module
(see section 3.7).
Set the rotary switch 33 on
the HotSwap MBP module
to Normal position.
Check the wiring between
the UPS and the HotSwap
MBP module
(see section 3.7).
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5. Maintenance
5. Maintenance
5.2 Battery-module replacement
Safety recommendations
The battery can cause electrocution and high short-circuit currents. The following safety precautions
are required before servicing the battery components:
pp remove watches, rings, bracelets and all other metal objects from the hands and arms,
pp use tools with an insulated handle.
Battery-module removal
A
Remove the middle panel.
B
emove the left-hand side of the front
R
panel by pushing the button and then
by sliding the part.
C
isconnect the battery-module by
D
separating the town connectors
(never pull on the wires).
D
emove the metal protection cover
R
in front of the battery (two screws).
E
ull the plastic tab to remove
P
the battery block and replace it.
B
A
C
D
E
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Mounting the new battery module
Carry out the above instructions in reverse order.
pp To ensure safety and high performance, use only batteries supplied by EATON.
pp Take care to firmly press together the two parts of the connector during remounting.
5.3 Maintenance on a UPS equipped with the HotSwap MBP module
The HotSwap MBP module makes it
5P
possible to service or even replace
the UPS without affecting the connected
loads (HotSwap function).
AC POWER
UPS IN
UPS OUT
Normal
UPS ON
OK to switch
ByPass
Maintenance
1. S
et switch 31 to Bypass position.
The red LED on the HotSwap MBP
module goes ON, indicating that
the load is supplied directly with
AC input source power.
2.
S
top the UPS by pressing the
32
33
button on the UPS control panel.
LED 29 "UPS ON - OK to switch"
HotSwap MBP
goes OFF, the UPS can now be
disconnected and replaced.
Return to normal operation
1. C
heck that the UPS is correctly
28
29 30 31
connected to the HotSwap MBP
module.
2. Start the UPS by pressing the
button on the UPS control panel.
34
LED 29 "UPS ON - OK to switch" on
the HotSwap MBP module goes ON
(otherwise, there is a connection error
between the HotSwap MBP module
and the UPS).
3. Set switch 31 to Normal position.
The red LED on the HotSwap MBP
module goes OFF.
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5. Maintenance
6. Appendices
6.1 Technical specifications
Filter
Transformer
"AVR"
Charger
Inverter
Battery
Output Power @ 120 V
Output Power capacity
@ 120 V
Output Power @ 100 V
AC Input power
l Rated input voltage
l Input voltage range
l input frequency range
Output on battery power
l Voltage
l Frequency
Battery
(sealed lead acid,
maintenance free)
Environnement
l Operating
temperature range
l Storage
temperature range
l
Relative humidity
l Noise level
5P 2200
5P 2200 RT
1950 VA
1920 W
2200 VA
1980 W
1330 VA
1300 W
5P 1500 RT
1440 VA
1440 W
1500 VA
1500 W
1200 VA
1200 W
5P 3000
5P 3000 RT
3000 VA
2700 W
3000 VA
2700 W
2400 VA
2160 W
Single phase 100-125 V
80 to 162 V (1)
47 to 70 Hz (50 Hz system), 56.5 to 70 Hz (60 Hz system)
100/120 V (-10/+6 %)
50/60 Hz ±0.1 Hz
4 x 12 V
7.2 Ah
(2)
(3)
4 x 12 V
9 Ah
6 x 12 V
9 Ah
0 to 40 °C
-15 to +50 °C
20 to 90 % (without condensation)
< 45 dBA
< 50 dBA
(1) The high and low thresholds can be adjusted using UPS settings.
(2) Up to 40 Hz in low -sensitivity mode (programmable using UPS settings).
(3) A
djustable to 100 V.
For Models 5P 3000, 5P 3000 RT - "CAUTION - To reduce the risk of fire, connect only to a circuit provided
with 30 amperes maximum branch circuit overcurrent protection in accordance with the National Electric
Code, ANSI/NFPA 70".
For Models 5P 2200, 5P 2200 RT, 5P 1500 RT - "CAUTION - To reduce the risk of fire, connect only to a circuit
provided with 20 amperes maximum branch circuit overcurrent protection in accordance with the National
Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA 70".
This product is designed for IT power distribution system.
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6.2 Glossary
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Backup time
Time during which the load can be supplied by the UPS operating on battery power.
Battery test
Internal UPS test to check battery status.
Cold start
The devices connected to the UPS can be started even if AC input power is not
available. The UPS operates on battery power alone.
Deep discharge
Battery discharge beyond the permissible limit, resulting in irreversible damage to
the battery.
FlexPDU
Module with UPS outlets for installation in a bay. There are different modules with different types of outlets.
HotSwap MBP
UPS manual-bypass module for maintenance. There are different modules with
different types of outlets.
Load
Devices or equipment connected to the UPS output.
Low-battery
warning
This is a battery-voltage level indicating that battery power is low and that the user
must take action in light of the imminent break in the supply of power to the load.
Programmable
outlets
Controllable outlets for automatic load shedding, remote shutdown and sequential
restart (personalised using software).
UPS
Uninterruptible Power System.
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