9910 UPS Service and Support for S/390
IBM
Localized Uninterruptible Power Systems
(LUPS)
SY24-6549-04
9910 UPS Service and Support for S/390
IBM
Localized Uninterruptible Power Systems
(LUPS)
SY24-6549-04
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Contents
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Trademarks
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Preface . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using This Guide . . . . . . . .
Who Should Use This Guide
Where to Start . . . . . . . .
Related Publications . . . .
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Chapter 1. E80 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power Rating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pre-installation Planning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Remote Emergency Power Off (REPO) Considerations .
Country Specific Single Phase Power Requirement . . .
9910 E80 Assembly Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Battery Disposal
Configuration Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Obtaining Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FRU Part Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cable Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installation Instructions for E80 (FC 6669) . . . . . . . .
Sense Cable Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bulk Power Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9672 R2/R3/R4/R5/2003/3000 BPC J9 I/O definitions:
9672 R1 Power Tailgate J5 I/O Definitions
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E80 Line and Power Cable Definitions . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 2. B89, B90, and B91 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power Rating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pre-installation Planning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Remote Emergency Power Off (REPO) Considerations . . . . . .
Country Specific Single Phase Power Requirement . . . . . . . .
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Battery Disposal
Configuration Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Obtaining Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FRU Part Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cable Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installation Instructions for B89/B90/B91 External Battery Option
Sense Cable Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bulk Power Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9672 R6/R06/Xn7/Zn7 BPC J10 I/O definitions: . . . . . . . . .
9672 R2/3/R4/R5/2003/3000 BPC J9 I/O definitions: . . . . . .
9672 R1 Power Tailgate J5 I/O Definitions. . . . . . . . . . . .
B89/B90/B91 and 9672 R1 PTG Interface . . . . . . . . . . . .
B89/B90/B91 and 9672 R2/R3/R4/R5/2003/3000 BPC Interface
B89/B90/B91 and 9672 R6/R06/ BPC Interface . . . . . . . . .
B89/B90/B91 Line and Power Cable Definitions
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Appendix A. E80 Assembly
Optional Battery Assembly .
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Notices
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Trademarks
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trademarks of the IBM Corporation in the United States or other countries:
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IBM
S/390
The following terms, denoted by a double asterisk (**) in this publication, are
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Powerware Prestige
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Best Power
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Preface
Using This Guide
Who Should Use This Guide
This manual is intended for Service Representatives who will be doing the
installation of the UPS.
Where to Start
Start all activity for Models E80 at page 1-1. Start all activity for Models B89, B90
and B91 at page 2-1.
Related Publications
Powerware Prestige Operator's Manual, SC21-8380
Best Power Installation Manual, FSS-0351E
Best Power User's Manual, FSS-0350C
Best Connecting External Battery Pack (S), FSS-0393B.
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9910 UPS
Chapter 1. E80
The following sections describe pre-installation planning and installation for the
9910 UPS model E80.
Installation
Installation of the UPS is provided by the IBM S/390 Service representative. The
process is the same for IBM North America, IBM Asia Pacific, IBM Europe/Middle
East/Africa and IBM Latin America.
Power Rating
Nominal Input Voltage (E80)
Maximum Input Current (E80)
Input Frequency
Input Power
Nominal Output Voltage (E80)
Output Frequency
Output Power
220 - 240 VAC single phase
24A
50/60 Hz
4.5kW
208 VAC single phase
50/60 Hz
4kW
Pre-installation Planning
The UPS, when installed with a S/390 processor, will usually be placed in a raised
floor data center. A cable access will need to be cut in the raised floor tile to allow
for connection to customer power and the S/390 equipment. The following figures
represent approximate dimensions of cable access cuts for 3 standard raised floor
tile sizes.
177mm X
┌─────────────┐ 177mm ┌──────┐
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│ (7in X │127mm │
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│ 7in) │(5in) │
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│
│
│
│
└─────────┘
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│
│
│
│
│ 61mm or 6mm Tile
│
│ 24 in
23.6 in
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│
│
│
│
└──────────────────────────────┘
177mm X
┌─────────┐ 177mm ┌─────┐
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│ (7in X │75mm │
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│ 7in) │(3in)│
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│
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│
│
└─────────┘
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│
465mm Tile
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│
18.25 in
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│
│
│
│
└─────────────────────────┘
The UPS can be positioned on the right side, the back and the left side of S/390.
A recommended distance between the UPS and 9672 is one floor tile, as a
minimum clearance recommendation. The sense cable and the power cable are 14
ft long; this limits the maximum distance between the UPS and the 9672.
Figure 1-1 on page 1-3 shows the suggested placement of the 9910 in conjunction
with a single frame 9672/4 installation. Placement of optional feature 6650 (Battery
Module for extended holdup) has also been indicated.
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1-1
Figure 1-2 on page 1-3 shows the maximum configuration situation (three frame
9672/4 using two 9910s, with the optional feature 6650 battery module. Figure 1-3
on page 1-4 shows three 9672s and three UPSs.
1-2
9910 UPS
Note: The following diagrams are not drawn to scale.
Figure
1-1. Minimum Configuration: 9672 AND 9910(E80)/6650
Figure
1-2. Maximum Configuration: 9672 AND 9910(E80)/6650
Chapter 1. E80
1-3
Figure
1-4
1-3. Three 9672s AND 9910s(E80)/6650s
9910 UPS
Remote Emergency Power Off (REPO) Considerations
National Electric Code and International Agencies require a Room EPO circuit
installed according to the UPS Manufacturer's instructions
Note: This EPO circuit installation must precede installation and power-on of the
9910. A sample of the REPO circuit connector (IBM # 46H9966) has been
provided with each 9910 shipment. Refer to the Powerware Prestige Remote
Emergency Power Off instructions within this manual.
Connector - AMP 206429-1
Cable clamp - AMP 206062-3
Pin (Tin-Nickle plated) - AMP 66099-2
Note: The 9910 EPO is a three wire system.
White wire - pin 1 - 24VAC .
Black wire - pin 3 - Open contact.
Green wire - pin 2 - Ground.
Chapter 1. E80
1-5
Country Specific Single Phase Power Requirement
Important: A 9672 R3 has a maximum power dissipation of 4kW. All models
can be upgraded to this limit. When a 9910 is connected to a 9672 R3 model, line
current requirements can exceed the limits imposed by code for single phase
connection in some countries.
Please see the input current requirement in section “Power Rating” on page 1-1.
9910 E80 Assembly Instructions
Attention: Some of the Field Replaceable Units (FRUs) exceed 40 lbs (18 Kg).
The Powerware manufacturer has provided safety lift handles to facilitate safe lifting
of these FRUs. Service personnel must use the lift handles provided for safe
installation and FRU replacement. Insert the hooked end of the lift handle into the
top air flow slot and gently rotate the handle 90 degrees to lock position. Handles
must be installed at both ends to enable two service personnel to lift the FRUs
safely.
Note: In the event of FRU service, each FRU module must be individually packed
for return to the manufacturer, either in the original shipping container, or equivalent
packaging. Do not ship a complete 9910 in its stacked assembly.
Appendix A shows the general stacking and wiring diagram. It indicates the
stacking and cover installation procedure. When installing a 9910 the modules
must be stacked in the following order; Power Pass Unit on the castor plate, Power
Processor on the Power Pass Unit, Battery Modules on the Power Processor.
Refer to the Powerware Prestige Operator's Manual, SC21-8380, Chapter 2,
Installation, for more detail pertaining to electrical connection between modules.
Battery Disposal
Please call 1-800-IBM-4333 for more detailed information on recycling batteries.
Configuration Options
Table 1-1 on page 1-7 identifies each possible environment of the 967X and the
9910 (s) to support a specific cage configuration.
The type and part number of the sense and power cable will vary depending upon
customer power connection, S/390 model and features, as noted in Table 1-1 on
page 1-7. Sense cable plugging instructions are also included in Table 1-1 on
page 1-7, the sense cable from the 9910 will be installed to the feature indicated
by an (*).
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9910 UPS
Table
1-1. Configuration options.
Environment
Model
Cage Feature (grouped
by 9910)
Qty 9910
Sense/Power Cable set
n1
6664
n2
6665
R1,E01,P01
0010*
1
CEC+I/O
R1,E01,P01
0010*,1000
1
1
1
1
CEC+OSA
R1,E01,P01
0010*,5000
1
1
1
CEC+I/O +OSA
R1
0010*,1000*,5000
2
2
1
CF CEC only
C01
0010*
1
1
CF CEC+I/O
C01
0010*,1000
1
1
CF CEC+I/O gt 16 links
C01
0010*,2000
1
1
1
1
CF CEC only
C02,C04
0020*
1
1
CF CEC only
C04
0050*
1
1
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CF CEC only
C04
0020*
1
1
CF CEC+I/O
C03
0030*,2020
1
1
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CF CEC+I/O
C04
0050*,2020
1
1
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CEC only
R2,2003
0020*
1
1
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CEC+I/O
R2,2003
0020*,2020,0066
1
1
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CEC only
3000
0060*
1
1
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CEC+I/O
2003
0060*,0066
1
1
CEC+OSA-1
R2
0020*,5100
1
1
CEC+I/O +OSA-1
R2
0020*,2020,5100
1
1
CEC+R1(I/O)
R2
0020*,1000
1
CEC+ 2 R1(I/O)
R2
0020*,1000,1000*
2
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6667
CEC only
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Power Cables
6666
1
1
1
1
1
CEC+R1(I/O) +OSA
R2
0020*,1000*,5000
2
1
1
1
CEC+2 R1(I/O) +OSA
R2
0020*,1000 1000*,5000
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
CEC+R1(I/O) +OSA-1
R2
0020*,1000,5100
1
CEC+2 R1(I/O) +OSA-1
R2
0020*,1000 1000*,5100
2
CEC only
R3
0030*
1
1
CEC only
R4
0050*
1
1
CEC+I/O
R3
0030*,2020
1
1
CEC+n(I/O) n=1,2 or 3
R4
0050*,(or 0056*), n(2020)
1
1
CEC+I/O +OSA-1
R3
0030*,2020,5100
1
1
CEC+I/O+I/O +OSA-1+R1
R3
0030*,2020,2020,5100,
1000
1
1
1
CEC+I/O+I/O+OSA-1 +2R1
R3
0030*,2020,2020
5000,1000*,1000
2
1
1
1
CEC+I/O+I/O+OSA +2R1
R3
0030*,2020,1000
1000*,5000
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
|
CEC+R1+n(I/O) n=0,1 or 2
R4
0050*,n(2020) 1000
1
|
CEC+2R1+n(I/O) n=0 or 1
R4
0050*,n(2020)
1000*,1000
2
|
CEC+n(I/O) n=0,1,2,3
R5
0055*,(or0056*) n(2020)
1
1
|
CF CEC+n(I/O) n=0,1
C05
0055*,n(2020)
1
1
1
Note:
*Attach sense cable to this cage.
Note:
n1 = Attaches to 0010, 1000
Note:
n2 = Attaches to 0020, 0030, 0050, 0055, 0056, 00060
Note: R4,R5 with 3 (FC 2020) I/O cages will exceed the capacity of the E80
UPS. RY5 may exceed the capacity of the E80 with 2 I/O (FC2020). Contact your
IBM representative for more information.
Note: R6 and later processors are not supported with E80. The UPS sense
cable to attach to these systems is not compatible with the E80.
Obtaining Service
Customer
The troubleshooting chart on page 103 in the Powerware Prestige Operator's
Manual covers most of the difficulties you may encounter during normal operations.
For further assistance with the IBM 9910 UPS, contact your IBM Service office.
Chapter 1. E80
1-7
Technical Support Hot Line for IBM Service use only
Powerware Prestige** has established a level 2 support structure for IBM Service
supporting 9910 installations. IBM Service may contact Powerware Prestige at
919-870-3028.
FRU Part Numbers
Table
1-2. FRU's
Description
Feature #
P/N
Unit E80
6669
07H6897
Battery Module (Optional)
6650
07H6902
E80 Line Cord (WT)
6661
19G2943
E80 Line Cord (US)
6662
46F4593
Power Cable (Mod R2/R3/R4/R5,2003,3000)*
6665
07H6890
Power Cable (Mod R1)
6667
07H6901
Power Cable (FC 2000)
6666
07H6900
Sense Cable (Mod R2/R3/R4/R5/2003,3000)
6665
07H6889
Sense Cable (Mod R1)
6664
07H6899
Optional Battery Extension Cable
-
46H9378
REPO Cable
-
46H9966
Note:
* also for models C02,C03,C04,C05
Cable Information
Table 1-3 describes all cables used with the 9910 Model E80. Included are:
Description, Feature Number, Part Number, Length, From/To instructions, and the
type of connector termination, where applicable.
Table
1-3. Cable part numbers
Description
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Feature #
Part #
Length
From
To
Type
Location
Type
Location
E80 Line cord
(US)
6662
46F4593
6 ft
Russell Stoll
3750DP
Utility RS
3753, RS
3933
Hubbell TL
NEMA
L6-30R
9910
E80 Line cord
(World Trade)
6661
19G2943
14 ft
Cut-end
Utility
Hubbell TL
NEMA
L6-30R
9910
Power cable
(R2/R3)
6665
07H6890
14 ft
Hubbell TL
NEMA
L6-30R
9910
AMP CMPC
770496-2
9672
Power cable
(R1/FC5000)
6667
07H6901
14 ft
Hubbell TL
NEMA
L6-30R
9910
Hubbell TL
NEMA
L6-30R
9672
Power cable
(FC/2000)
6666
07H6900
14 ft
Hubbell TL
NEMA
L6-30R
9910
AMP CMPC
9674
Sense cable
(R2/R3)
6665
07H6889
14 ft
2-row 25-pin
D-shell
207464-2
9910
3-row 26-pin
D-shell BPC
J9
9672
Sense cable
(R1)
6664
07H6899
14 ft
2-row 25-pin
D-shell
207464-2
9910
2-row 9-pin
D-shell J5
9672
Optional Battery
Extension cable
-
46H9378
3 ft
AMP Mate &
Lock
9910
AMP Mate &
Lock
Optional Battery
REPO cable
-
46H9966
6 ft
AMP CPC
9910
Junction Box
Room EPO
┌─────────Room EPO
┌─────────────┐
┌──────┐ ┌───┴──┐
│
│
│ OPTN │ │ 991 │ SENSE CABLE
│
S/39 │
│ BATT.│ │ E8, ├────────────────────┤
│
│
│EXT│
│
│
│
LINE CORD │
│CBL│
│ POWER CABLE
│
│
───────┐ │
├───┤
├────────────────────┤
│
│ └──────┘ └───┬──┘
└─────────────┘
└──────────────────┘
Figure
1-4. One 9910 with optional battery modules and one S/390
Installation Instructions for E80 (FC 6669)
1. Assemble the UPS (see Appendix A.)
Position the unit as required (see Figure 1-1 on page 1-3 and Figure 1-2 on
page 1-3) and attach the seismic stabilizer bracket (See Appendix A).
Note: The cable shroud on the back of the UPS must not be attached.
2. Attach the UPS power cable(s) to the 9672/74
or 2003 system:
Note: For specific connections required for your system configuration, see
Table 1-1 on page 1-7.
a. If the 9672/74 is running, it must be powered off IF it is an R1/C01 model
or it contains FC 5000 or it contains a FC 1000 that will be powered by the
UPS. Otherwise it is not necessary to power the system off. The line
cord(s) plugged into the processor input(s) which will be powered by a UPS
must be removed.
Note: For models RX/C0X (X>1) or 2003, either line cord (but not both) is
removed from the Bulk Power Assembly (BPA). In this case, ignore the
Refcode 76202090 or 76202A0 that is generated when a line cord is
removed from the A side (90) or B side (A0).
b. The UPS output power cord(s) which connect the UPS to the 9672/74 or
2003 is/are plugged into the L6-30R receptacles in the back of the UPS.
The two receptacles are identical. One or two power cables are required.
They can connect to R1/C01 models. RX/C0X (X>1)/2003 models, FC1000
and FC5000 as follows:
1) Use UPS power cable PN 07H6890 to connect FC 0020 or FC 0030 or
FC 0050 (RX/C0X (X>1)/2003 CECs) to the UPS. It is terminated in a
CMPC snap in type connector for direct connection to either ACI box in
the Bulk Power Assembly (BPA) for these models.
2) Use UPS power cable PN 07H6901 to connect FC 0010 (R1/C01 CEC)
or FC 1000 or FC 5000 to the UPS. It is terminated in an L6-30R
twist-lock type connector for direct connection to the AC box of the
feature cage to be powered by the UPS.
3. Connect the UPS sense cable from the UPS to 9672/74 or 2003
Note: For specific connections required for your system configuration, see
Table 1-1 on page 1-7.
Chapter 1. E80
1-9
a. Use sense cable PN 07H6889 to connect FC 0020 or FC 0030 or FC 0050
to the UPS. Plug the sense cable from the RS232 port (25-pin D-shell
plug) on the back of the UPS to the J9 connector on a Bulk Power
Controller (BPC).
Note: Plug the sense cable to the BPC on the same side of the BPA that
the UPS power cord is plugged.
b. Use sense cable PN 07H6899 to connect FC 0010 or FC 1000 to the UPS.
Plug the sense cable from the RS232 port (25-pin D-shell plug) on the back
of the UPS to the power tail gate position J5.
4. Remote EPO connection
A cable is included with the unit to connect the UPS to the room EPO circuit.
The two wires must be connected to a normally open contact which is closed
when the room EPO switch is activated. Once this connection is wired to the
room EPO circuit, the DIN connector is plugged into the back of the UPS EPO
receptacle. This connection is required for all data center installations.
Attention: The external connection must be made before plugging the DIN
connector to the UPS. Once the DIN connector is plugged, 240 VAC appears
at the contact. See “Remote Emergency Power Off (REPO) Considerations” on
page 1-5 for establishing connections.
5. Connection of External Battery Cabinet OPTION (FC 6650)
Assemble the optional battery cabinet (see Appendix A) and position the unit
alongside the UPS as required (see Figure 1-1 on page 1-3 and Figure 1-2 on
page 1-3). Attach the seismic stabilizers (see Appendix A). Using the jumper
cable included with the external battery option, connect the unit to the UPS
(see Appendix A).
Note: The battery jumper cable does not route under the raised floor.
6. Connection of the utility line cord to the UPS
The utility line cord (PN 19G2943 14ft with no utility connector or PN 46F4593
6ft with a Russell Stoll utility connector) has an L6-30R twist-lock type plug at
the UPS end. Plug this to the UPS input connector.
Note: Be sure the circuit breakers on the back of the UPS are in the on
position. Important Be sure the bypass switch on the back of the UPS is set
to the NORMAL position.
Note: UPS wiring is complete. Attach the shroud to the rear of the UPS (and
to the rear of the battery cabinet if this option is installed).
7. Powering the UPS 9910 E80
a. Connect the line cord to the utility. Be sure that the utility voltage conforms
to the specifications in section “Power Rating” on page 1-1.
b. Turn off the input circuit breaker(s) on the 9672/74 or 2003 where the UPS
output cable(s) is/are plugged.
Note: For models containing an Integral Battery Feature (IBF), if the IBF is
installed, set circuit breaker located on faceplate of the IBF to the OFF
position. Do this on the IBF on the side of the machine where the UPS is
installed.
c. Press AND HOLD the Blue "on" button located on the third module from
the top in the UPS. Hold the button down until the UPS produces an
1-10
9910 UPS
audible "beep". (Note: if the beep is not heard or the unit alarms, follow the
instructions on page 59 of the Powerware Prestige Operator's Manual
included with the UPS.)
d. Reset IBF circuit breaker if IBF is installed.
e. Set the input circuit breaker(s) on the 9672/74 or 2003 to the ON position.
The 9672/74 is ready to power on if required.
Sense Cable Connection
Note: The sense cable is connected between the UPS (25-pin D-shell)
communication port and the 9672 R2,3 BPC J9 (3-row 26-pin D-shell) connector or
the 9672 R1 Power Tailgate J5 (9-pin D-shell) connector.
Note: For 9672 R3 the sense cable should be installed to the J9 connector on the
left side if ACIA is connected to the UPS.
Bulk Power Assembly
Figure
1-5. R3 Bulk Power Assembly
Chapter 1. E80
1-11
Figure
1-6. R2,R5,2003 Bulk Power Assembly
9672 R2/R3/R4/R5/2003/3000 BPC J9 I/O definitions:
Female 3-row D-shell connector
view into connector
Table
1-12
9910 UPS
1-4. UPS/R2,3 BPC Remote Interfaces
Signal
Type
Description
Pin
-UPS BYPASD
Input
Indicates UPS has been bypassed.
J9-05
-UPS BATT LOW
Input
Indicates UPS has low batteries.
J9-03
-UPS ON
Input
Indicates UPS is connected and
active.
J9-12
-UPS UTIL FAIL
Input
Indicates UPS has detected a loss of
utility power.
J9-04
GND(SIG RTN)
Ground
BPC ground.
J9-15
9672 R1 Power Tailgate J5 I/O Definitions
Table
Figure
1-5. UPS/R1 Remote Interfaces
Pin
Level
J05-05
GND
I/O
Signal Name
J05-06
TTL
1
-UPS Bypass Active
J05-07
TTL
1
-UPS Battery Low
J05-08
TTL
1
-UPS On
J05-09
TTL
1
-UPS Utility Failure
Ground
1-7. Front View of PTG Card - QF80, Level 10
Chapter 1. E80
1-13
E80 Line and Power Cable Definitions
Table
1-6. E80 line/power cable color code.
PN
Phase6 No.
of
Wires
Voltages Phase
1
(A)
Phase
2
(B)
Neutral Equipment
Grounding
46F4593
1
3
220-240 Brown
Black
-
Green/Yellow7
#10
AWG
19G2943
1
3
220-240 Brown8
-
Light
Blue
Green/Yellow7
#10
AWG
07H6890
1
3
220-240 Brown
Black
-
Green/Yellow7
#10
AWG
07H6901
1
3
220-240 Brown
Black
-
Green/Yellow7
#10
AWG
07H6900
1
3
220-240 Brown
Black
-
Green/Yellow7
#10
AWG
Table
Wire
Size
1-7. Wiring chart
PN
FROM
TO
46F45931
Lead 1
Lead 2
Lead 3
X
Y
GND
19G29432
Phase 1
Neutral
GND
X
Y
GND
07H68903
X
Y
GND
1
2
5
07H69014
X
Y
GND
X
Y
GND
07H69005
X
Y
GND
1
2
5
1
From Russell Stoll (220V-240V US) to L6-30R Hubbell TL
2
From Utility (220V-240V WT) to L6-30R Hubbell TL
3
L6-30R Hubbell TL to AMP CMPC. Key in index "B".
4
L6-30R Hubbell TL to Hubbell TL.
5
L6-30R Hubbell TL to AMP CMPC. Key in index "E".
6
Define a single phase installation.(Single phase may use 2 phases).
7
Green/Yellow is the only color internationally accepted for use as an equipment grounding conductor. One of these colors shall
cover 30%-70% every 15-mm length of core, the other color covering the remainder. Solid Green may be used in Japan.
8
For class I machines installed in the United Kingdom, a label shall be fastened to single-phase attachment cords to read:
Important:
The conductors of the flexible power cord have the following color code:
Brown=Line
Blue=Neutral
Green/Yellow=Earth
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9910 UPS
Chapter 2. B89, B90, and B91
The following sections describe pre-installation planning and installation for the
9910 UPS models B89, B90, and B91.
Installation
Installation of the UPS is provided by the IBM S/390 Service representative. The
process is the same for IBM North America, IBM Asia Pacific, IBM Europe/Middle
East/Africa and IBM Latin America.
Power Rating
Nominal Input Voltage (B89)
Nominal Input Voltage (B90)
Nominal Input Voltage (B91)
Maximum Input Current (B89)
Maximum Input Current (B90)
Maximum Input Current (B91)
Input Frequency
Input Power
Nominal Output Voltage (B89/B90/B91)
Output Frequency
Output Power B89/B90
Output Power B91
 Copyright IBM Corp. 1995, 1999
200 - 240 VAC single phase
200 - 240 VAC single phase
380 - 415 VAC single phase
27.5A
27.5A
14.5A
50/60 Hz
5.5kW
230 VAC single phase
50/60 Hz
4550W@200V; 4750W@208V;
5000W@220V
5000W
2-1
Pre-installation Planning
The UPS, when installed with a S/390 processor, will usually be placed in a raised
floor data center. A cable access will need to be cut in the raised floor tile to allow
for connection to customer power and the S/390 equipment. The following figures
represent approximate dimensions of cable access cuts for 3 standard raised floor
tile sizes.
177mm X
┌─────────────┐ 177mm ┌──────┐
│
│ (7in X │127mm │
│
│ 7in) │(5in) │
│
│
│
│
│
└─────────┘
│
│
│
│
│
│ 61mm or 6mm Tile
│
│ 24 in
23.6 in
│
│
│
│
│
└──────────────────────────────┘
177mm X
┌─────────┐ 177mm ┌─────┐
│
│ (7in X │75mm │
│
│ 7in) │(3in)│
│
│
│
│
│
└─────────┘
│
│
465mm Tile
│
│
18.25 in
│
│
│
│
│
└─────────────────────────┘
The UPS can be positioned on the right side, the back and the left side of S/390.
A recommended distance between the UPS and 9672 is one floor tile, as a
minimum clearance recommendation. The sense cable and the power cable are 14
ft long; this limits the maximum distance between the UPS and the 9672.
Figure 2-1 on page 2-3 shows the suggested placement of the 9910 in conjunction
with a single frame 9672/4 installation. Placement of optional feature 6684 (Battery
Module for extended holdup) has also been indicated.
Figure 2-2 on page 2-3 shows the maximum configuration situation (three frame
9672/4 using two 9910s, with the optional feature 6684 battery module.
Figure 2-3 on page 2-4 shows three 9672s and three UPSs.
2-2
9910 UPS
Note: The following diagrams are not drawn to scale.
Figure
2-1. Minimum Configuration: 9672 AND 9910(B89/B90/B91)/6684
Figure
2-2. Maximum Configuration: 9672 AND 9910(B89/B90/B91)/6684
Chapter 2. B89, B90, and B91
2-3
Figure
2-3. Three 9672s and 9910s.
Remote Emergency Power Off (REPO) Considerations
Attention: The remote Emergency Power Off (EPO) switch and service panel
warning label are required to meet TUV, per EN 50091-1 and EN 60-950. Refer to
the Best Power Installation Manual for detailed information.
The REPO cable is part of the sense cable. Wire the black and red wire to the
room EPO contact.
Black wire - ground.
Red wire - open contact.
2-4
9910 UPS
Country Specific Single Phase Power Requirement
Important: A 9672 R3 has a maximum power dissipation of 4kW. All models can
be upgraded to this limit. When a 9910 is connected to a 9672 R3 model, line
current requirements can exceed the limits imposed by code for single phase
connection in some countries.
Please see the input current requirement for models in section “Power Rating” on
page 2-1 and select model B89, B90 or B91 accordingly. When required, B91
should be wired between two of the phases in a three phase system with
appropriate protection devices.
Battery Disposal
Please call 1-800-IBM-4333 for more detailed information on recycling batteries.
Configuration Options
Table 2-1 on page 2-6 identifies each possible environment of the 967X and the
9910 (s) to support a specific cage configuration.
The type and part number of the sense and power cable will vary depending upon
customer power connection, S/390 model and features, as noted in Table 2-1 on
page 2-6. Sense cable plugging instructions are also included in Table 2-1 on
page 2-6, the sense cable from the 9910 will be installed to the feature indicated
by an (*).
Chapter 2. B89, B90, and B91
2-5
Table
2-1. Configuration options.
Environment
Model
Cage Feature (grouped
by 9910)
Qty 9910
Sense/Power Cable set
n1
6683
n2
6682
R1,E01,P01
0010*
1
CEC+I/O
R1,E01,P01
0010*,1000
1
1
1
1
CEC+OSA
R1,E01,P01
0010*,5000
1
1
1
CEC+I/O +OSA
R1
0010*,1000*,5000
2
2
1
CF CEC only
C01
0010*
1
1
CF CEC+I/O
C01
0010*,1000
1
1
CF CEC+I/O gt 16 links
C01
0010*,2000
1
1
1
1
CF CEC only
C02,C04
0020*
1
1
CF CEC only
C04
0050*
1
1
|
CF CEC only
C04,0020
0050*
1
1
CF CEC+I/O
C03
0030*,2020
1
1
|
CF CEC+I/O
C04
0050*,2020
1
1
|
CEC only
R2,2003
0020*
1
1
|
CEC+I/O
R2,2003
0020*,2020,0066
1
1
|
CEC only
3000
0060*
1
1
|
CEC+I/O
2003
0060*,0066
1
1
CEC+OSA-1
R2
0020*,5100
1
1
CEC+I/O +OSA-1
R2
0020*,2020,5100
1
1
CEC+R1(I/O)
R2
0020*,1000
1
CEC+ 2 R1(I/O)
R2
0020*,1000,1000*
2
|
6667
CEC only
|
|
Power Cables
6666
1
1
1
1
1
CEC+R1(I/O) +OSA
R2
0020*,1000*,5000
2
1
1
1
CEC+2 R1(I/O) +OSA
R2
0020*,1000 1000*,5000
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
CEC+R1(I/O) +OSA-1
R2
0020*,1000,5100
1
CEC+2 R1(I/O) +OSA-1
R2
0020*,1000 1000*,5100
2
CEC only
R3
0030*
1
1
CEC only
R4
0050*
1
1
CEC+I/O
R3
0030*,2020
1
1
CEC+n(I/O) n=1,2 or 3
R4
0050*,n(2020)
1
1
CEC+I/O +OSA-1
R3
0030*,2020,5100
1
1
CEC+I/O+I/O +OSA-1+R1
R3
0030*,2020,2020,5100,
1000
1
1
1
CEC+I/O+I/O+OSA-1 +2R1
R3
0030*,2020,2020
5000,1000*,1000
2
1
1
1
CEC+I/O+I/O+OSA +2R1
R3
0030*,2020,1000
1000*,5000
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
|
CEC+R1+n(I/O) n=0,1 or 2
R4
0050*,n(2020) 1000
1
|
CEC+2R1+n(I/O) n=0 or 1
R4
0050*,n(2020)
1000*,1000
2
|
CEC+n(I/O) n=0,1,2,3
R5
0055*,(or0056) n(2020)
1
1
|
CF CEC+n(I/O) n=0,1
C05
0055*,n(2020)
1
1
|
CEC+n(I/O) n=0,1,2,3
R6
0057*, (or0058*), n(2020)
1
1
|
CF CEC+n(I/O) n=0,1,2,3
R06
0057*,(or0058*),n(2020)
1
1
|
CF CEC+n(I/O) n=1,2,3
Yn6
0059*,n(2020)
1
1
1
Note:
*Attach sense cable to this cage.
Note:
n1 = Attaches to 0010, 1000
Note:
n2 = Attaches to 0020, 0030, 0050, 0055, 0056, 0057, 0058, 0059
0060.
Note: Xn7, and Zn7 models are not supported with B89, B90, B91. Contact your
IBM representative for more information.
|
|
Note: Yn6 with 3(FC2020) I/O cage may exceed the capacity of the B89 and B90.
Contact your IBM representative for more information.
|
|
Obtaining Service
Customer
The alarm table on page 10 in the Best Power User's Manual covers most of the
difficulties you may encounter during normal operations.
2-6
9910 UPS
For further assistance with the IBM 9910 UPS, contact your IBM Service office.
Technical Support Hot Line for IBM Service use only
For any UPS related problems, use your usual support structure (country HCS and
MOP/EPSG) through PMH.
FRU Part Numbers
Note: RY6(R6 TURBOS) may exceed the capacity of the B89,B90, B91. Contact
your IBM representative for more information.
Table
2-2. FRU's
Description
Feature #
P/N
Unit B89
6685
51H8626
Unit B90
6680
46H9383
Unit B91
6681
46H9384
Battery Module (Optional)
6684
46H9938
Power Cable (Mod R2/R3/R4/R5/R6/2003/3000)*
6682
07H6890
Power Cable (Mod R1)
6667
07H6901
Power Cable (FC 2000)
6666
07H6900
|
Sense/EPO Cable (Mod R2/R3/R4/R5/2003/3000)
6682
46H9653
|
Sense/EPO Cable (Mod R6/R06)
6682
11J5426
Sense/EPO Cable (Mod R1)
6683
46H9654
Note: * also for models C02,C03,C04,C05
file
Cable Information
Table 2-3 describes all cables used with the 9910 Models B89, B90 and B91.
Included are: Description, Feature Number, Part Number, Length, From/To
instructions, and the type of connector termination, where applicable.
Table
2-3. Cable part numbers
Description
Feature #
Part #
Length
From
To
Type
Location
Type
Location
B89 Line Cord
(US)
6 ft
Russell Stoll
3750DP
Utility RS
3753 RS
3933
Hard wired
9910
B90 Line Cord
(World Trade)
14 ft
Cut end
Utility
Hard wired
9910
B91 Line Cord
14 ft
Cut end
Utility
Hard wired
9910
Power cable
(R2/R3)
6682
07H6890
14 ft
Hubbell TL
NEMA
L6-30R
9910
AMP CMPC
770496-2
9672
Power cable
(R1/FC5000)
6667
07H6901
14 ft
Hubbell TL
NEMA
L6-30R
9910
Hubbell TL
NEMA
L6-30R
9672
Power cable
(FC/2000)
6666
07H6900
14 ft
Hubbell TL
NEMA
L6-30R
9910
AMP CMPC
9674
6682
46H9653
14 ft
2-row 9-pin
D-shell
9910
3-row 26-pin
D-shell BPC
J9
9672
Sense/EPO
cable
(R6/Xn7/Zn7)
6682
11J5426
14 ft
2-row 9-pin
D-shell
9910
2-row 9-pin
D-shell BPC
J10
9672
Sense/EPO
cable (R1)
6683
46H9654
14 ft
2-row 9-pin
D-shell
9910
2-row 9-pin
D-shell J5
9672
Sense/EPO
cable
(R2/R3/R4/R5/2003/3000)
Chapter 2. B89, B90, and B91
2-7
┌────Room EPO
┌─────────────┐
┌──────┐ ┌──────┐ │
│
│
│ OPTN │ │ 991 │ │ SENSE CABLE
│
S/39 │
│ BATT.│ │ B89, ├─┴──────────────────┤
│
│
│EXT│ B9, │
│
│
LINE CORD │
│CBL│ B91 │
POWER CABLE
│
│
───────┐ │
├───┤
├────────────────────┤
│
│ └──────┘ └───┬──┘
└─────────────┘
└──────────────────┘
Figure
2-4. One 9910 with optional battery modules and one S/390
Installation Instructions for B89/B90/B91 External Battery Option
1. Position the UPS as required (see Figure 2-1 on page 2-3 or Figure 2-2 on
page 2-3) and attach the stabilizer bracket. Follow the instructions in Appendix
B (page 28) of the Best User Manual included with the UPS. Note that the
cable shroud on the back of the UPS must not be attached.
2. Attach the UPS power cable(s) to the 9672/74 or 2003 system:
Note: For specific connections required for your system configuration, see
Table 2-1 on page 2-6.
a. Important: Be sure that the UPS key switch (under plastic door panel in
front of the unit) is in the OFF position.
b. If the 9672/74 is running, it must be powered off if it is an R1/C01 model or
it contains FC 5000 or it contains a FC 1000 that will be powered by the
UPS. Otherwise, it is not necessary to power the system off. The line
cord(s) plugged into the processor input(s) which will be powered by a UPS
must be removed.
Note: For models RX/C0X (X>1) or 2003, either line cord (but not both) is
removed from the Bulk Power Assembly (BPA). In this case, ignore the
Refcode 76202090 or 76202A0 that is generated when a line cord is
removed from the A side (90) or B side (A0).
c. The UPS output power cord(s) which connect(s) the UPS to the 9672/74 or
2003 is/are plugged into the L6-30R receptacles in the back of the UPS.
The two receptacles are identical. One or two power cables are required.
They can connect to R1/C01 models, RX/C0X (X>1)/2003 models, FC1000
and FC5000 as follows:
1) Use UPS power cable PN 07H6890 to connect FC 0020 or FC 0030 or
FC 0050 (RX/C0X (X>1)/2003 CECs) to the UPS. It is terminated in a
CMPC snap in type connector for direct connection to either ACI box in
the Bulk Power Assembly (BPA).
2) Use UPS power cable PN 07H6901 to connect FC 0010 (R1/C01 CEC)
or FC 1000 or FC 5000 to the UPS. It is terminated in an L6-30R
twist-lock type connector for direct connection to the AC box of the
feature cage to be powered by the UPS.
3. Connect the UPS sense cable from the UPS to 9672/74 or 2003
Note: For specific connections required for your system configuration, see
Table 2-1 on page 2-6.
2-8
9910 UPS
|
a. Use sense cable according to Table 2-2 on page 2-4 Plug the sense cable
from the RS232 port (9 pin plug) on the back of the UPS to the J9
connector on a Bulk Power Controller (BPC).
Note: Plug the sense cable to the BPC on the same side of the BPA that
the UPS power cord is plugged.
b. Use sense cable PN 46H9654 to connect FC 0010 or FC 1000 to the UPS.
Plug the sense cable from the RS232 port (9 pin plug) on the back of the
UPS to the power tail gate J5 connector.
4. Remote EPO connection
Wire the 6 ft pigtail on the UPS end of the sense cable to the room EPO circuit.
The two wires must be connected to a normally open contact which is closed
when the room EPO switch is activated.
5. Connection of External Battery Cabinet OPTION (FC 6684)
Refer to Best document FSS-0393B: Connecting External Battery Pack to the
Unity/1 Single Phase UPS. Follow Step 7 to set the UPS parameter due to the
increased battery capacity.
Position the battery cabinet as required (see Figure 2-1 on page 2-3 or
Figure 2-2 on page 2-3) and attach the stabilizer bracket. Attach the safety
ground cable from the battery unit to the "Grounding Electrode Terminal" (green
bolt) on the back of the UPS. Plug the DC cable from the battery unit to the
external battery connector on the rear of the UPS.
Note: Be sure the circuit breakers on the back of the UPS are in the ON
position.
Note: UPS wiring is complete. Attach the shroud to the rear of the UPS (and
to the rear of the battery cabinet if this option is installed).
6. Powering the UPS 9910 B89, B90, or B91
a. Connect the line cord to the utility. Be sure that the utility voltage conforms
to the specifications in section “Power Rating” on page 2-1.
b. Turn off the input circuit breaker(s) on the 9672/74 or 2003 where the UPS
output cable(s) is/are plugged.
Note: For models containing an Integral Battery Feature (IBF), if the IBF is
installed, set circuit breaker located on faceplate of the IBF to the OFF
position. Do this on the IBF on the side of the machine where the UPS is
installed.
c. Turn the key switch on the front panel of the UPS to AUTO. After a short
delay with yellow light on, the "line" light (green) on the front of the UPS will
come on, yellow light off.
Note: If the "line" light fails to come on or the "alarm" light comes on,
follow the instructions on page 8 of the Best Power User's Manual included
with the UPS.)
d. Reset IBF circuit breaker if IBF is installed.
e. Set the input circuit breaker(s) on the 9672/74 to the on position.
The 9672/74 or 2003 is ready to power on if required.
Chapter 2. B89, B90, and B91
2-9
Sense Cable Connection
Note: The sense cable is connected between the UPS (9-pin D-shell)
communication port and the 9672 R2,3 BPC J9 (3-row 26-pin D-shell) connector or
the 9672 R1 Power Tailgate J5 (9-pin D-shell) connector.
Note: For 9672 R3 the sense cable should be installed to the J9 connector on the
left side if ACIA is connected to the UPS.
2-10
9910 UPS
Bulk Power Assembly
Figure
2-5. R3 Bulk Power Assembly
Figure
2-6. R2,R5,2003 Bulk Power Assembly
Chapter 2. B89, B90, and B91
2-11
9672 R6/R06/Xn7/Zn7 BPC J10 I/O definitions:
Female 2-row D-shell connector
view into connector
Table
2-4. BPC / UPS Remote Interfaces
Signal
Type
Description
Pin
-UPS BYPASD
Input
Indicates UPS has been bypassed.
J10-06
-UPS BATT LOW
Input
Indicates UPS has low batteries.
J10-07
-UPS ON
Input
Indicates UPS is connected and
active.
J10-08/05
-UPS UTIL FAIL
Input
Indicates UPS has detected a loss of
utility power.
J10-09
GND(SIG RTN)
Ground
BPC ground.
J10-05
9672 R2/3/R4/R5/2003/3000 BPC J9 I/O definitions:
Female 3-row D-shell connector
view into connector
Table
2-5. BPC / UPS Remote Interfaces
Signal
Type
Description
Pin
-UPS BYPASD
Input
Indicates UPS has been bypassed.
J9-05
-UPS BATT LOW
Input
Indicates UPS has low batteries.
J9-03
-UPS ON
Input
Indicates UPS is connected and
active.
J9-12
-UPS UTIL FAIL
Input
Indicates UPS has detected a loss of
utility power.
J9-04
GND(SIG RTN)
Ground
BPC ground.
J9-15
9672 R1 Power Tailgate J5 I/O Definitions.
Table
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Pin
Level
I/O
Signal Name
J05-05
GND
J05-06
TTL
1
-UPS Bypass Active
J05-07
TTL
1
-UPS Battery Low
J05-08
TTL
1
-UPS On
Ground
Table
2-6 (Page 2 of 2). UPS/R1 Remote Interfaces
Pin
Level
I/O
Signal Name
J05-09
TTL
1
-UPS Utility Failure
Note: The sense cable should be installed to the J9 connector on the left side if
ACIA is connected to the UPS.
B89/B90/B91 and 9672 R1 PTG Interface
Table
2-7. UPS / PTG Remote Interface
B89/B90/B91 (From)
PTG J5 (To)
pin 4 Ground
pin 5 Ground
pin 9 UPS Bypass
pin 6 -UPS Bypass Active
pin 5 UPS battery low
pin 7 -UPS Battery Low
pin 3 UPS Utility Failure
pin 9 -UPS Utility Failure
pin 4 Ground
pin 8 -UPS On
Chapter 2. B89, B90, and B91
2-13
B89/B90/B91 and 9672 R2/R3/R4/R5/2003/3000 BPC Interface
Table
Figure
|
2-8. UPS / BPC Remote Interface
B89/B90/B91 (From)
BPC J9 (To)
pin 4 Ground
pin 15 Ground
pin 9 UPS Bypass
pin 05 -UPS bypasd
pin 5 UPS battery low
pin 03 -UPS batt low
pin 3 UPS Utility Failure
pin 04 -UPS Util Fail
pin 4 Ground
pin 12 -UPS On
2-7. Front View of PTG Card - QF80, Level 10
B89/B90/B91 and 9672 R6/R06/ BPC Interface
Table
2-9 (Page 1 of 2). UPS / BPC Remote Interface
B89/B90/B91 (From)
2-14
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BPC J10 (To)
pin 4 Ground
pin 5 Ground
pin 9 UPS Bypass
pin 6 -UPS bypasd
pin 5 UPS battery low
pin 7 -UPS batt low
pin 3 UPS Utility Failure
pin 9 -UPS Util Fail
pin 4 Ground
pin 8/5 -UPS On
Table
2-9 (Page 2 of 2). UPS / BPC Remote Interface
B89/B90/B91 (From)
BPC J10 (To)
no connection
pin 1/2 UPS Test
Chapter 2. B89, B90, and B91
2-15
B89/B90/B91 Line and Power Cable Definitions
Table
2-10. B89/B90/B91 line/power cable color code.
PN
Phase4 No.
of
Wires
Voltages Phase
1
(A)
Phase
2
(B)
Neutral Equipment
Grounding
B89 Line Cord
1
3
200-240 Brown
Black
-
Green/Yellow5
#10
AWG
B90 Line Cord
1
3
200-240 Brown
Black
-
Green/Yellow5
#10
AWG
B91 Line Cord
1
3
380-415 Brown6
-
Light
Blue
Green/Yellow5
#10
AWG
07H6890
1
3
200-240 Brown
Black
-
Green/Yellow5
#10
AWG
07H6901
1
3
200-240 Brown
Black
-
Green/Yellow5
#10
AWG
07H6900
1
3
200-240 Brown
Black
-
Green/Yellow5
#10
AWG
Table
Wire
Size
2-11. Wiring Chart.
PN
FROM
TO
07H68901
X
Y
GND
1
2
5
07H69012
X
Y
GND
X
Y
GND
07H69003
X
Y
GND
1
2
5
1
L6-30R Hubbell TL to AMP CMPC. Key in index "B".
2
L6-30R Hubbell TL to Hubbell TL.
3
L6-30R Hubbell TL to AMP CMPC. Key in index "E".
4
Define a single phase installation.(Single phase may use 2 phases).
5
Green/Yellow is the only color internationally accepted for use as an equipment grounding conductor. One of these colors shall
cover 30%-70% every 15 mm length of core, the other color covering the remainder. Solid Green may be used in Japan.
6
For class I machines installed in the United Kingdom, a label shall be fastened to single-phase attachment cords to read:
Important:
The conductors of the flexible power cord have the following color code:
Brown=Line
Blue=Neutral
Green/Yellow=Earth
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Appendix A. E80 Assembly
Note: The followng diagrams are not drawn to scale.
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A-1
Optional Battery Assembly
A-2
9910 UPS
Appendix B. B89, B90, B91 Assembly
Note: The followng diagram is not drawn to scale.
 Copyright IBM Corp. 1995, 1999
B-1
B-2
9910 UPS
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