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9PX
9PX
9PX
9PX
5000
6000
6000 G
EBM 180V
Installation
and user manual
Copyright © 2013 EATON
All rights reserved.
Service and support:
Call your local service representative
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS. This manual contains important instructions
that should be followed during installation and maintenance of the UPS and batteries.
The 9PX 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
• Safety: IEC/EN 62040-1 / Ed.1: 2008.
UL 1778 4th edition
• EMC: IEC/EN 62040-2 / Ed.2: 2006.
FCC part 15 Class A.
• Performance: IEC/EN 62040-3 / Ed.2.0: 2011.
• IEC 61000-4-2 (ESD): level 3.
• IEC 61000-4-3 (Radiated field): level 3.
• IEC 61000-4-4 (EFT): level 4.
• IEC 61000-4-5 (Fast transients): level 4.
• IEC 61000-4-6 (Electromagnetic field): level 3.
• IEC 61000-4-8 (Conducted magnetic field): level 4.
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.
Refer to the user manual of UPS accessories.
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Safety of persons
• 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. Dangerous voltage levels are
present within the system. It should be opened exclusively by qualified service personnel.
• The system must be properly grounded.
• 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
batteries 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:
- Wear rubber gloves and boots.
- Do not lay tools or metal parts on top of batteries.
- Disconnect charging source prior to connecting or disconnecting battery terminals.
- 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
• The UPS connection instructions and operation described in the manual must be followed in
the indicated order.
• CAUTION - To reduce the risk of fire, the unit connects only to a circuit provided with branch circuit
overcurrent protection for : 30A rating, for 5-6kVA models in accordance with the National Electric
Code, ANSI/NFPA 70.
The upstream circuit breaker must be easily accessible.
The unit can be disconnected from AC power source by opening this circuit breaker.
• Disconnection and overcurrent protection devices shall be provided by others for permanently
connected AC input/output circuits.
• 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.
• For PLUGGABLE EQUIPMENT, the socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall
be easily accessible
• Never install the system near liquids or in an excessively damp environment.
• Never let a foreign body penetrate inside the system.
• Never block the ventilation grates of the system.
• Never expose the system to direct sunlight or source of heat.
• If the system must be stored prior to installation, storage must be in a dry place.
• The admissible storage temperature range is -15ºC to +50ºC.
• The system is not for use in a computer room AS DEFINED IN the standard for the Protection
of Information Technology Equipment, ANSI/NFPA 75.
Contact Eaton resellers to order a special battery kit, if needed to meet the ANSI/NFPA 75
requirement.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Special precautions
• The unit is heavy: wear safety shoes and use vacuum lifter preferentially for handling operations.
• All handling operations will require at least two people (unpacking, lifting, installation in rack system).
• Straps are provided only for unpacking manually the unit from the carton; don’t use the straps to
carry the unit around. The unit can slip from the straps during handling (risk of injury and product
damage):
- keep 12in / 30cm minimum distance between the straps
- lift the unit carefully and keep it at low height
- keep the unit horizontal during unpacking.
• 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.
• 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.
• All repairs and service should be performed by AUTHORIZED SERVICE PERSONNEL ONLY.
There are NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS inside the UPS.
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1. Introduction........................................................................................ 6
1.1
Environmental protection................................................................................................6
2. Presentation....................................................................................... 8
2.1 Standard installations......................................................................................................8
2.2 Rear panels.....................................................................................................................9
2.3Accessories.................................................................................................................. 10
2.4 Control panel................................................................................................................. 12
2.5 LCD description............................................................................................................ 13
2.6 Display functions.......................................................................................................... 14
2.7 User settings................................................................................................................ 14
3. Installation....................................................................................... 16
3.1
3.2
3.3 3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9 Inspecting the equipment ............................................................................................ 16
Unpacking the cabinet.................................................................................................. 16
Checking the accessory kit........................................................................................... 17
Connecting the EBM(s) ................................................................................................ 19
Connecting other accessories ..................................................................................... 19
Tower installation..........................................................................................................20
Rack installation............................................................................................................21
Installation requirements..............................................................................................23
4. Power cables connection................................................................ 24
4.1 Access to terminal blocks.............................................................................................24
4.2 Input/Output connection...............................................................................................24
5. Operation......................................................................................... 25
5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6
5.7 5.8 UPS startup and shutdown...........................................................................................25
Operating modes..........................................................................................................26
Transferring the UPS between modes..........................................................................26
Setting High Efficiency mode.......................................................................................27
Configuring Bypass settings.........................................................................................27
Configuring battery settings.........................................................................................27
Retrieving the Event log................................................................................................28
Retrieving the Fault log.................................................................................................28
6. Communication............................................................................... 29
6.1 Communication ports...................................................................................................29
6.2 Eaton Intelligent Power Software suite........................................................................32
7. UPS maintenance............................................................................. 33
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
Equipment care.............................................................................................................33
Storing the equipment..................................................................................................33
When to replace batteries............................................................................................33
Replacing batteries.......................................................................................................34
Replacing the UPS equipped with a HotSwap MBP or with a PPDM..........................37
Recycling the used equipment.....................................................................................37
8. Troubleshooting............................................................................... 38
8.1
8.2
8.3
Typical alarms and faults...............................................................................................38
Silencing the alarm.......................................................................................................40
Service and support......................................................................................................40
9. Specifications................................................................................... 41
9.1
Model specifications.....................................................................................................41
10. Glossary.......................................................................................... 45
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Contents
1. Introduction
Thank you for selecting an EATON product to protect your electrical equipment.
The 9PX 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 9PX, 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 9PX 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.
• The cardboard we use comprises over 50% of recycled cardboard.
• Sacks and bags are made of polyethylene.
• 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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The Eaton® 9PX uninterruptible power system (UPS) protects your sensitive electronic equipment from the
most common power problems, including power failures, power sags, power surges, brownouts, line noise,
high voltage spikes, frequency variations, switching transients, and harmonic distortion.
Power outages can occur when you least expect it and power quality can be erratic. These power problems
have the potential to corrupt critical data, destroy unsaved work sessions, and damage hardware - causing
hours of lost productivity and expensive repairs.
With the Eaton 9PX, you can safely eliminate the effects of power disturbances and guard the integrity
of your equipment. Providing outstanding performance and reliability, the Eaton 9PX’s unique benefits
include:
• True online double-conversion technology with high power density, utility frequency independence, and
generator compatibility.
• ABM® technology that uses advanced battery management to increase battery service life, optimize
recharge time, and provide a warning before the end of useful battery life.
• Selectable High Efficiency mode of operation.
• Standard communication options: one RS-232 communication port, one USB communication port, and
relay output contacts.
• Optional connectivity cards with enhanced communication capabilities.
• Extended runtime with up to twelve Extended Battery Modules (EBMs) per UPS.
• Firmware that is easily upgradable without a service call.
• Remote On/Off control through Remote On/Off (ROO) and Remote Power Off (RPO) ports.
• Backed by worldwide agency approvals.
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1. Introduction
2. Presentation
2.1
Standard installations
Tower installation
D
W
H
Rack installation
D
H
W
Description
9PX
9PX
9PX
9PX
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5000
6000
6000 G
EBM 180V
Weights
(lb/kg)
106 / 48
106 / 48
106 / 48
150 / 68
Dimensions (inch/mm)
D xW x H
28.4 x 17.3 x 5.1 / 722 x 440 x 130
28.4 x 17.3 x 5.1 / 722 x 440 x 130
27.0 x 17.3 x 5.1 / 685 x 440 x 130
25.4 x 17.3 x 5.1 / 645 x 440 x 130
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2.2
Rear panels
9PX 5000 / 6000
13
RS232 communication port
USB communication port
3 Dry (relay) contacts communication
port
4 Connector for ROO (Remote On/Off)
control
5 Connectors for automatic recognition
of an additional battery module
6 Connector for RPO (Remote Power Off)
control
7 Slot for optional communication card
8 Connector for additional battery
module
9 (2) L6-20R outlets
10 (2) L6-30R outlets
11 Input/Output terminal blocks
12 Connector for HotSwap MBP detection
13 Input power cable with L6-30P plug
1
2
6
5
7
4
3
8
1
2
12
9
11
10
9PX EBM 180V (Extended Battery Module)
14
14 Connectors
15
for battery modules
(to the UPS or to the other battery
modules)
15 Connectors for automatic recognition
of battery modules
9PX 6000 G
6
7
4
3
9
10
11
12 13
RS232 communication port
USB communication port
3 Dry (relay) contacts communication
port
4 Connector for ROO (Remote On/Off)
control
5 Connectors for automatic recognition
of an additional battery module
6 Connector for RPO (Remote Power Off)
control
7 Slot for optional communication card
8 Connector for additional battery
module
9 Primary group: 16A outlets for
connection of critical equipment
10 Group 1: (4) 10A programmable
outlets for connection of equipment
11 Group 2: (4) 10A programmable
outlets for connection of equipment
12 Input/Output terminal blocks
13 Connector for HotSwap MBP detection
1
2
5
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1
2
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2. Presentation
2. Presentation
2.3Accessories
Part number
Description
9PXEBM180RT
Extended Battery Module
9RK
Rack kit 9PX
RK2PC
2-post Rack Kit 9PX
Network-MS
Network card
Modbus-MS
Modbus and network card
Relay-MS
Relay card
MBP6K208
HotSwap MBP 6000 208
9PXTFMR5
5kVA Transformer
9PXPPDM1
6kVA PPDM (Type 1)
9PXPPDM2
6kVA PPDM (Type 2)
BINTSYS
Battery Integration System
EBMCBL180
1.8m cable 180V EBM
MBP6K208
5
4
1
3
2
3
4
5
1
Input/Output terminal blocks
Normal AC source switch
Input/Output connector to the UPS
Manual Bypass switch
(2) 30A outlets
2
9PXTFMR5
1
2
3
3
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2
L6-30P input power cable
(18) 5-20R 120V outlets
20A circuit breaker
1
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9PXPPDM1
3
1
2
5
3
4
5
6
7
8
7
8
4
6
L6-30P input power cable
L6-30R outlet for connection to UPS
input
L6-30P cable for connection to UPS
output
L14-30R 120V/240V outlet
L6-30R 240V outlet
30A circuit breaker
(6) 5-20R 120V outlets
20A circuit breaker
2
1
9PXPPDM2
2
1
2
3
4
4
Input/Output terminal blocks
L6-30R outlet for connection to UPS
input
L6-30P cable for connection to UPS
output
30A output circuit breaker
1
3
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2. Presentation
2. Presentation
2.4
Control panel
The UPS has a five-button graphical LCD. It provides useful information about the UPS itself, load status,
events, measurements and settings.
Online mode
indicator (green)
Fault
indicator (red)
Battery mode
indicator (orange)
Bypass mode
indicator (orange)
Online mode
50%
2.7kW
3.0kVA
100%
30min
1EBM
Efficiency: 95%
Escape
Up
Down
Enter
On/Off
button
The following table shows the indicator status and description:
Indicator
Green
Orange
Orange
Red
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Status
On
Description
The UPS is operating normally on Online or on High
Efficiency mode.
On
The UPS is on Battery mode.
On
The UPS is on Bypass mode.
On
The UPS has an active alarm or fault. See troubleshooting on page 38 for additional information.
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2.5
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
Online mode
Load/equipment status
50%
2.7kW
3.0kVA
100%
30min
1EBM
Battery status
Efficiency: 95%
Efficiency information
The following table describes the status information provided by the UPS
Note: If other indicator appears, see troubleshooting on page 38 for additional information.
Operation status
Standby mode
Cause
The UPS is Off.
Online mode
The UPS is operating normally.
The UPS is powering and protecting
the equipment.
Battery mode
A utility failure has occured and
the UPS is on Battery mode.
The UPS is powering the equipment
with the battery power.
Prepare your equipment for
shutdown.
The UPS is on Battery mode and
the battery is running low.
This warning is approximate, and
the actual time to shutdown may
vary significantly.
Depending on the UPS load
and number of Extended Battery
Modules (EBMs), the "Battery Low"
warning may occur before the
battery reaches 20% capacity.
The UPS is powering and
protecting the equipment
1 beep every 10 seconds
End of backup time
1 beep every 3 seconds
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Description
Equipment is not powered until
button is pressed.
High Efficiency mode
The UPS is operating on High
Efficiency mode.
Bypass mode
An overload or a fault has occurred, Equipment is powered but not
or a command has been received,
protected by the UPS.
and the UPS is in Bypass mode.
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2. Presentation
2. Presentation
2.6
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.
Main menu
Measurements
Submenu
Control
Go to Bypass
Start battery test
Reset fault state
Restore factory set
Reset average power
Reset cumul. power
Dry contacts test
Local settings
In/Out settings
On/Off settings
Battery settings
Event filter
Event list
Reset event list
Fault list
Reset fault list
Settings
Event log
Fault log
Identification
Register product
2.7
and ) to scroll
button to cancel
Display information or Menu function
[Load] W VA A pf / [Input/Bypass] V Hz / [Output/Efficiency] V Hz /
[Battery] % min V n° / [DCbus] V / [Average power usage] Wh /
[Cumulat. power usage] Wh since date
Transfers the UPS on Bypass mode
Starts a manual battery test
Clears active fault
Returns all settings to original values
Clears average power usage measurement
Clears cumulated power usage measurement
Tests dry contact relay outputs
Sets product general parameters
Sets Output parameters
Sets On/Off conditions
Sets battery configuration
Selects faults, alarms and/or events to display
Displays the events stored
Clears events
Displays the faults stored
Clears faults
[Product type/model] / [Part/Serial number] / [UPS/NMC
firmware] / [Com card IPv4], [Com card IPv6], [Com card MAC] /
[Detected accessories]
Links to Eaton registration website
User settings
The following table displays the options that can be changed by the user.
Submenu
Language
Local settings
In/Out settings
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Available settings
[English] [Français] [Deutsch]
[Español] [Русский] [Português]
[Italiano]
Menus, status, notices and alarms,
UPS fault, Event Log data and
settings are in all supported
languages.
Date/ time
Format:
[International] [US]
LCD
Modify LCD screen brightness and
contrast to be adapted to room light
conditions.
Audible alarm
[Enabled] [Disabled on battery]
[Always disabled]
Enable or disable the buzzer
if an alarm occurs.
Output voltage
[200V] [208V] [220V] [230V] [240V]
Can be changed only in Standby
mode
Output frequency
Frequency converter:
[Enabled] [Disabled]
Frequency settable in frequency
converter mode
Output mode
[Industrial] [Network]
Set UPS behavior regarding transfer
on Bypass
Input volt hysteresis Sets input voltage hysteresis
from 1 to 10V
High Efficiency
[Enabled] [Disabled]
mode
Power the output from Bypass
for high efficiency
[Transfer if BP AC NOK]
Bypass transfer
[Enabled] [Disabled]
Allow transfer on Bypass out
of tolerance
Default settings
[English]
User selectable when UPS is
powered for the first time.
[US]
[Enabled]
[208V]
Disabled
[Network]
[10V]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
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Submenu
Interrupt time
In/Out settings
Overload
prealarm
Redundancy
mode
Cold start
Forced reboot
Auto restart
Auto start
On/Off settings
Energy saving
Sleep mode
Remote command
Bypass standby
Automatic battery
test
Low battery
warning
Restart bat. level
Battery settings
Battery charge
mode
External battery
Deep Disch.
protect.
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Available settings
If Bypass transfer is enabled,
Interrupt time: [10ms] [20ms]
Define break duration when transfer
on Bypass
[10%] … [102%]
Load % when overload alarm occurs
[Unitary UPS] [Hot Standby]
Force slew rate value to 0.5Hz/s
[Enabled] [Disabled]
Authorize the product to start on
battery power.
[Enabled] [Disabled]
If mains recover during a shutdown
sequence:
If set to Enabled, shutdown sequence
will complete and wait 10 seconds
prior to restart,
If set to Disabled, shutdown
sequence will not complete and
restart will occur immediately.
[Enabled] [Disabled]
Authorize the product to restart
automatically when mains recovers
after a complete battery discharge.
[Enabled] [Disabled]
The UPS automatically starts up as
soon as mains power is available
button).
(no need topress the
[Disabled] [100W] … [1000W]
If Enabled, UPS will shutdown after
5 min. of back-up time, if load is less
than threshold.
[Enabled] [Disabled]
If Disabled, LCD and communication
will turn OFF immediately after UPS
is OFF.
If Enabled, LCD and communication
stays ON 1h30 min after UPS is OFF.
[Enabled] [Disabled]
If Enabled, shutdown or restart
commands from software are
authorized.
[Enabled] [Disabled]
Define if output is powered from
Bypass in Standby mode.
In constant charge mode:
[No test] [Every day] [Every week]
[Every month]
In ABM cycling mode :
[No test] [Every ABM cycle]
[0%] ... [100%]
The alarm triggers when the set
percentage of battery capacity is
reached during back-up time.
[0%] ... [100%]
If set, automatic restart will occur
only when percentage of battery
charge is reached.
[ABM cycling] [Constant charge]
[Auto detection]
[Manual EBM set.]
[Manual battery set.]
[No battery]
[Yes] [No]
If set to Yes, the UPS automatically
prevents battery from deep discharge
by adapting end of back-up time
voltage threshold.
Warranty void if set to No.
Default settings
[10ms]
[102%]
Unitary UPS
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
[Every ABM cycle]
[20%]
[0%]
[ABM cycling]
[Auto detection]
Using standard EBM, UPS
detects automatically the
number of EBM connected
[Yes]
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2. Presentation
3. Installation
3.1
Inspecting the equipment
If any equipment has been damaged during shipment, keep the shipping cartons and packing materials
for the carrier or place of purchase and file a claim for shipping damage. If you discover damage after
acceptance, file a claim for concealed damage.
To file a claim for shipping damage or concealed damage:
1. File with the carrier within 15 days of receipt of the equipment;
2. Send a copy of the damage claim within 15 days to your service representative.
Check the battery recharge date on the shipping carton label. If the date has passed and the
batteries were never recharged, do not use the UPS. Contact your service representative.
3.2
Unpacking the cabinet
• Unpacking the cabinet in a low-temperature environment may cause condensation to occur
in and on the cabinet. Do not install the cabinet until the inside and outside of the cabinet are
absolutely dry (hazard of electric shock).
• The cabinet is heavy (see page 41). Follow Special precautions provided on page 4 and on the
carton.
Unpack the equipment and remove all the packing materials and shipping carton.
Note: Do not lift the UPS or EBM from the front panel.
Unpacking UPS and Extended Battery Module.
Discard or recycle the packaging in a responsible manner, or store it for future use.
Place the cabinet in a protected area that has adequate airflow and is free of humidity, flammable gas, and
corrosion.
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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3.3 Checking the accessory kit
• Verify that the following additional items are included with the UPS:
(2)Tower stands
Rack kit for 19-inch enclosures
3 Cable gland for Output connection
Additional cable gland for Input
(for 9PX 6000 G only)
4 Network card-MS communication card
5 RS232 communication cable
6 USB communication cable
7 User manual
8 Safety instructions
9 Warranty sheet
10 Software CD-ROM
11 Screwdriver
12 (2) cable lockers for 16A outlets
(for 9PX 6000 G only)
13 (2) cable lockers for 10A outlets
(for 9PX 6000 G only)
14 (2) IEC 10A cables (for 9PX 6000 G only)
1
2
11
1
6
2
7
5
9
8
6
12
13
10
3
4
14
• If you ordered an optional Extended Battery Module (EBM), verify that the following additional items are
included with the EBM:
1
2
3
4
Battery power cable, attached with battery
detection cable
Stabilizer bracket (4 screws included)
Rack kit for 19-inch enclosures
EBM Installation manual
2
3
1
4
Discard the EBM user’s guide if you are installing the EBM with a new UPS at the same time.
Use the UPS user’s guide to install both the UPS and the EBM.
If you ordered other UPS accessories, refer to specific user manuals to check the packing
contents.
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3. Installation
3. Installation
3.4
Connecting the internal battery
Do not make unauthorized changes to the UPS; otherwise, damage may occur to your
equipment and void your warranty.
Do not connect the UPS to utility until installation is completed.
To install the UPS:
1. Remove the center cover of the front panel
2. Remove the two screws to open the left side of the front panel
3. Remove the two screws to pull out the metal protection cover of the battery
A ribbon cable connects the LCD control panel to the UPS. Do not pull on the cable or
disconnect it.
A small amount of arcing may occur when connecting the internal batteries. This is normal
and will not harm personnel. Connect the cables quickly and firmly.
4. Connect the two battery connectors together.
5. Screw back the metal protection cover and the front panel, then clip the center cover.
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3.5
Connecting the EBM(s)
A small amount of arcing may occur when connecting an EBM to the UPS. This is normal and
will not harm personnel. Insert the EBM cable into the UPS battery connector quickly and firmly.
1. Plug the EBM power cable(s) into the battery connector(s). Up to 12 EBMs may be connected
to the UPS.
2. Verify that the EBM connections are tight and that adequate bend radius and strain relief exist for
each cable.
3. Connect the battery detection cable(s) to the connector of the UPS and of the EBM(s).
3.6
Connecting other accessories
If you ordered other UPS accessories, refer to specific user manuals to check the connection
to the UPS.
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3. Installation
3. Installation
3.7
Tower installation
If you ordered other UPS accessories, refer to specific user manuals to check the tower installation
with the UPS.
To install the cabinet:
1. Place the UPS on a flat, stable surface in its final location.
2. Always keep 150 mm of free space behind the UPS rear panel.
3. If installing additional cabinets, place them next to the UPS in their final location.
• Adjustment of the orientation of the LCD panel and of the logo.
• Adjustment of the angle of vision of the LCD panel.
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3.8
Rack installation
If you ordered other UPS accessories, refer to specific user manuals to check the rack installation
with the UPS.
• Prepare UPS for rack mounting.
This step requires two people.
The UPS is heavy. To ease its rack mounting, you can remove the battery pack from the UPS
as explained below.
1. Remove the center cover of the front panel
2. Remove the two screws to open the left side of the front panel
3. Remove the two screws to pull out the metal protection cover of the battery
A ribbon cable connects the LCD control panel to the UPS. Do not pull on the cable or
disconnect it.
4. P
ull out the plastic handle of the battery pack, and slide the pack out slowly on to a flat and stable surface. Use two hands to support the battery pack. Set it aside for reinstalling after that the UPS
is rack mounted.
5. Mount the UPS on rack
6.Put back the battery pack, screw back the metal protection cover and the front panel,
then clip the center cover.
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3. Installation
3. Installation
• Rack mounting of UPS, EBM, and accessory modules.
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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3.9 Installation requirements
Recommended protective devices and cable cross-sections
1. Recommended upstream protection
UPS power rating
Upstream circuit breaker
5000VA
D curve – 30A
6000VA
D curve – 30A
2 poles circuit breaker
L1
N(L2) to UPS Normal AC source
G N(L2) L1
2. Recommended cable cross-sections
Terminal
position
Wire
function
Terminal wire
size rating
Minimum input
wire size
Tightening
torque
L1
Phase
4-16 mm2 (12-6 AWG)
6 mm2 (10 AWG) 105°C
10 lb in / 1.13 Nm
N(L2)
Neutral
(Phase)
10 mm2 (8 AWG) 75°C
Ground
Copper wire, solid or stranted.
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3. Installation
4. Power cables connection
4.1 Access to terminal blocks
1. Remove the terminal blocks cover (one screw)
2. Punch the knockouts and insert the cables/conduits inside
Note: the L6-30P input power cable is attached by Eaton.
9PX 6000 G only
• High leakage current:
Earth connection essential before connecting supply.
4.2 Input/Output connection
This type of connection must be carried out by qualified electrical personnel
Before carrying out any connection, check that the upstream protection device (Normal AC
source) is open "O" (Off). Always connect the ground wire first
t
OUTPUT
N(L2)
L1
NORMAL AC SOURCE
t
N(L2)
L1
If you ordered a HotSwap MBP or a PPDM, refer to the specific user manual to check the
terminal blocks connection of the UPS with this accessory.
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1. Insert the Normal AC cable through the cable
gland.
2. C
onnect the three cables to the Normal AC source
terminal blocks.
3. Insert the Output cable through the cable gland.
4. C
onnect the three cables to the Output terminal
blocks.
5. P
ut back and secure the terminal blocks cover
with the screw.
6. Tighten the cable glands.
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5.1 UPS startup and shutdown
If you ordered a HotSwap MBP or a PPDM, refer to the specific user manual to check the startup
sequence of the UPS with this accessory.
Starting the UPS
Verify that the total equipment ratings do not exceed the UPS capacity to prevent an overload
alarm.
To start the UPS:
1. Verify that the internal batteries are connected. See "Connecting the internal battery" on page 17
2.If optional EBMs are installed, verify that the EBM are connected to the UPS.
See "Connecting the EBM(s)" on page 19.
3. Verify that the UPS terminal blocks are connected to AC source.
4. Set the upstream circuit breaker (not provided) to the "I" position (On) to switch on the utility power.
The UPS front panel display illuminates and shows EATON logo.
Verify that the UPS status screen shows , press
to start.
Press the
button on the UPS front panel for at least 3 seconds.
The UPS front panel display changes status to "UPS starting...".
Check the UPS front panel display for active alarms or notices. Resolve any active alarms before continuing. See "Troubleshooting" on page 38.
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.
8. Verify that the
indicator illuminates solid, indicating that the UPS is operating normally and powering the output.
The UPS should be in Online mode.
5.
6.
7.
The internal batteries charge to 90% capacity in less than 3 hours. However, Eaton recommends
that the batteries charge for 48 hours after installation or long-term storage.
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 Coldstart setting in user settings on page 14.
To start the UPS on battery:
1. Press the
button on the UPS front panel until the UPS front panel display illuminates and shows a
status of "UPS starting...".
indicator illuminates solid.
The UPS cycles through Standby mode to Battery mode. The
The UPS supplies power to your equipment.
2. Check the UPS front panel display for active alarms or notices. Resolve any active alarms before continuing. See "Troubleshooting" on page 38.
Check the UPS status from the front panel to view the active alarms. Correct the alarms and restart if
necessary.
UPS shutdown
To shut down the UPS:
1. Press the
button on the UPS front panel. The UPS transfers to Standby mode.
2. Set the upstream circuit breaker (not provided) to the "O" position (Off) to switch off the utility power.
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5. Operation
5. Operation
5.2 Operating modes
The Eaton 9PX front panel indicates the UPS status through the UPS indicators, see page 14.
Online mode
During Online mode, the
indicator illuminates solid and the UPS is powered from the utility.
The UPS monitors and charges the batteries as needed and provides filtered power protection to your
equipment. Optional High Efficiency and Energy Saving settings minimize heat contribution to the rack
environment. See user settings on page 14.
Battery mode
When the UPS is operating during a power outage, the alarm beeps once every ten seconds and the
indicator illuminates solid. The necessary energy is provided by the battery.
When the utility power returns, the UPS transfers to Online mode operation while the battery recharges.
If battery capacity becomes low while in Battery mode, the audible alarm beeps once every 3 seconds.
This warning is approximate, and the actual time to shutdown may vary significantly.
Shutdown all applications on the connected equipment because automatic UPS shutdown is imminent.
When utility power is restored after the UPS shuts down, the UPS automatically restarts.
Bypass mode
In the event of a UPS overload or internal failure, the UPS transfers your equipment to utility power.
Battery mode is not available and your equipment is not protected; however, the utility power continues
to be passively filtered by the UPS. The
indicator illuminates.
Depending on overload conditions, the UPS remains in Bypass mode for at least 5 seconds and will stay
in this mode if three transfers to Bypass occur within 20 minutes.
The UPS transfers to Bypass mode when:
• the user activates Bypass mode through the front panel.
• the UPS detects an internal failure.
• the UPS has an overtemperature condition.
• the UPS has an overload condition listed in table 6 on page 42.
The UPS shuts down after a specified delay for overload conditions listed in table 6 on page 42.
The UPS remains on to alarm the fault
Standby mode
When the UPS is turned-off and remains connected to AC source, the UPS is in Standby mode.
Depending if Bypass Standby setting is enabled, the output is powered but not protected.
The battery recharges when necessary and the communication ports are powered.
5.3 Transferring the UPS between modes
From Online (or Battery) to Bypass mode. Press any button to activate the menu options, then select
Control and Go to Bypass.
From Bypass to Online (or Battery) mode. Press any button to activate the menu options, then select
Control and Go back normal.
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5.4 Setting High Efficiency mode
In High Efficiency mode, the UPS operates normally on Bypass and transfers to Online (or Battery) mode
in less than 10 ms when utility fails. Transfers to High Efficiency mode will be active after 5 minutes
of Bypass voltage monitoring: if Bypass quality is not in tolerance, then the UPS will remain in Online
mode.
Eaton recommends to use the HE mode only to protect I/T equipment.
To set the High Efficiency mode:
1. Put the UPS on Bypass: press any button to activate the menu options, select Control and Go to
Bypass.
2. Then press Escape and select Settings, In/Out settings, and High Efficiency mode.
3. Select Enabled and Enter to confirm.
4. The UPS transfers to High Efficiency mode in 5 minutes.
5.5 Configuring Bypass settings
The following settings are available for configuring Bypass operation.
Bypass transfer out of tolerance
1. Press any button to activate the menu options, then select Settings, Output settings, and Bypass
transfer.
2. Select Enabled or Disabled for BP AC NOK, and Enter to confirm.
If Enabled, the UPS transfers to Bypass even if Bypass AC source is out of tolerance, depending on
output mode. If Disabled, the UPS output is shutdown.
Interrupt time
This setting is displayed to define the break duration during transfer to Bypass, only if transfer out of
tolerance is enabled. 10 ms or 20 ms can be selected.
5.6
Configuring battery settings
Automatic battery test
Automatic battery tests are done every week in constant charging mode and at each cycle in ABM
mode. The tests frequency can be modified.
During the test, the UPS transfers to Battery mode and discharges the batteries for 25 seconds under
load.
Battery mode is not displayed and battery low alarm does not activate during a battery test.
The battery test may be cancelled due to bad conditions, or failed.
Low battery warning
During discharge, the low battery alarm is activated if the battery capacity goes below 20%.
This threshold can be modified.
External battery setting
The number of Extended Battery Module is automatically detected, or can be set manually in number
of EBM or in Ah.
Deep discharge protection
This setting is recommended to avoid damaging the battery. Warranty is void if deep discharge protection is disabled.
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5. Operation
5. Operation
5.7 Retrieving the Event log
To retrieve the Event log through the display:
1. Press any button to activate the menu options, then select Event log.
2. Scroll through the listed events.
5.8 Retrieving the Fault log
To retrieve the Fault log through the display:
1. Press any button to activate the menu options, then select Fault log.
2. Scroll through the listed faults.
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6.1
Communication ports
• RS232 or USB communication ports
The RS232 and USB communication ports cannot operate simultaneously.
16
17
1. Connect the RS232 16 or USB
17 communication cable to
the serial or USB port on
the computer.
2. C
onnect the other end of the
communication cable 16 or
17 to the RS232 1 or USB 2
communication port on
the UPS.
The UPS can now communicate
with EATON power management
software.
• Relay output contacts
The UPS incorporates four relay outputs; each information is available with a close or open contact.
5
4
9
n.c.
n.o.
n.c.
3
8
n.o.
2
7
n.o.
1
6
n.c.
n.o.
n.c.
common
Status active information: (if contact between pin and common is closed)
• Pin 1: not on Bypass
• Pin 2: load not protected
• Pin 3: not low battery
• Pin 4: not on Battery
• Pin 5: user common
• Pin 6: on Bypass
• Pin 7: low battery
• Pin 8: load protected
• Pin 9: on Battery
• n.o.: contact normally open
• n.c.: contact normally closed
The relay output contacts must not be connected to any utility connected circuits.
Reinforced insulation to the utility is required. The relay output contacts have a maximum rating
of 250 Vac/5A.
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6. Communication
6. Communication
• Remote On/Off
Remote On/Off allows remote action of
button to switch On/Off the UPS.
Normally open
When contact changes from open to closed, the UPS is switched-on (or stays On).
When contact changes from closed to open, the UPS is switched-off (or stays Off).
On/Off control via
button has priority over the remote control.
• Remote Power Off
RPO is used to shutdown the UPS remotely. This feature can be used for shutting down the load and
the UPS by thermal relay, for instance in the event of room over temperature. When RPO is activated,
the UPS shuts down the output and all its power converters immediately. The UPS remains on to alarm
the fault.
The RPO circuit is an IEC 60950 safety extra low voltage (SELV) circuit. This circuit must be
separated from any hazardous voltage circuits by reinforced insulation.
• The RPO must not be connected to any utility connected circuits. Reinforced insulation to the
utility is required. The RPO switch must have a minimum rating of 27 Vdc and 20 mA and be a
dedicated latching-type switch not tied into any other circuit. The RPO signal must remain active
for at least 250 ms for proper operation.
• To ensure the UPS stops supplying power to the load during any mode of operation, the input
power must be disconnected from the UPS when the Remote Power Off function is activated.
Leave the RPO connector installed in the RPO port on the UPS even if the RPO function is not
needed.
RPO connections:
Internal power supply
1
3
Normally closed
1
3
Normally open
External power supply
1
3
Normally closed
1
3
Normally open
Terminal wire size rating is 0.32-4 mm2 (22-12 AWG).
Suggested wire size is 0.82 mm2 (18 AWG).
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Remote control connection and test
1. Check the UPS is shut down and the electrical supply network disconnected.
2. Remove RPO connector from the UPS by unfitting the screws.
3. Connect a normally closed volt-free contact between the two pins of connector.
Contact open: shut down of UPS
To return to normal operation, deactivate the external remote shut down
contact and restart the UPS from the front panel.
1
3
Normally closed
4. Plug the RPO connector into the back of the UPS and fix the screws.
5. Connect and restart the UPS according to the previously described procedures.
6. Activate the external remote shut down contact to test the function.
Always test the RPO function before applying your critical load to avoid accidental load loss.
• Connectivity Cards
Connectivity cards allow the UPS to communicate in a variety of networking environments and with
different types of devices. The 9PX models have one available communication bay for the following
connectivity cards:
• Network-MS card - has SNMP and HTTP capabilities as well as monitoring through a Web browser
interface; connects to Ethernet network. In addition, a Environmental Monitoring Probe can be attached to obtain humidity, temperature, smoke alarm, and security information.
• Modbus-MS card - has connection to Modbus protocol in addition to network management.
• Relay-MS card - has isolated dry contact (Form-C) relay outputs for UPS status: Utility failure, Battery
low, UPS alarm/OK, or on Bypass.
See on page 21 for the location of the communication bay.
ETHERNET
100M
10M
Setting/Sensor
UPS data
Network-MS card
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ETHERNET
100M
10M
Setting/Sensor
UPS data
Modbus-MS card
Reset
Relay-MS card
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6. Communication
6. Communication
Installation of the communication cards
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. S
ecure the card cover with
the 2 screws.
6.2 Eaton Intelligent Power Software suite
Each 9PX UPS ships with Eaton Intelligent Power Software suite. To begin installing,
see the instructions accompanying the Software suite CD.
Eaton Software suite provides up-to-date graphics of UPS power and system data and power flow.
It also gives you a complete record of critical power events, and it notifies you of important UPS or power
information.
If there is a power outage and the 9PX UPS battery power becomes low, Eaton Software suite can
automatically shut down your computer system to protect your data before the UPS shutdown occurs.
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7.1
Equipment care
For the best preventive maintenance, keep the area around the equipment clean and dust free.
If the atmosphere is very dusty, clean the outside of the system with a vacuum cleaner.
For full battery life, keep the equipment at an ambient temperature of 25°C (77°F).
If the UPS requires any type of transportation, verify that the UPS is disconnected and turned off
and then disconnect the UPS internal battery connector (see on page 35).
The batteries are rated for a 3-5 year service life. The length of service life varies, depending on
the frequency of usage and ambient temperature. Batteries used beyond expected service life
will often have severely reduced runtimes. Replace batteries at least every 4 years to keep units
running at peak efficiency.
7.2
Storing the equipment
If you store the equipment for a long period, recharge the battery every 6 months by connecting the
UPS to utility power. The internal batteries charge to 90% capacity in less than 3 hours.
However, Eaton recommends that the batteries charge for 48 hours after long-term storage.
Check the battery recharge date on the shipping carton label.
If the date has passed and the batteries were never recharged, do not use them. Contact your service
representative.
7.3
When to replace batteries
When the battery replacement screen is displayed, it is recommended to replace the batteries.
Contact your service representative to order new batteries.
Load not
powered
Battery
replacement
100%
4-%
years battery
Replacement
is
-kW
100min
!
recommended
-kVA
1 EBM
OK
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7. UPS maintenance
7. UPS maintenance
7.4
Replacing batteries
DO NOT DISCONNECT the batteries while the UPS is in Battery mode.
Batteries can be replaced easily without turning off the UPS or disconnecting the load.
If you prefer to remove input power to change the batteries, see "UPS Shutdown" on page 25.
Consider all warnings, cautions, and notes before replacing batteries.
• Servicing should be performed by qualified service personnel knowledgeable of batteries and
required precautions. Keep unauthorized personnel away from batteries.
• Batteries can present a risk of electrical shock or burn from high short circuit current.
Observe the following precautions:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove watches, rings, or other metal objects,
Use tools with insulated handles,
Do not lay tools or metal parts on top of batteries,
Wear rubber gloves and boots.
• When replacing batteries, replace with the same type and number of batteries or battery packs.
Contact your service representative to order new batteries.
• Proper disposal of batteries is required. Refer to your local codes for disposal requirements.
• Never dispose of batteries in a fire. Batteries may explode when exposed to flame.
• Do not open or mutilate the battery or batteries. Released electrolyte is harmful to the skin and
eyes and may be extremely toxic.
• Determine if the 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).
• ELECTRIC ENERGY HAZARD. Do not attempt to alter any battery wiring or connectors.
Attempting to alter wiring can cause injury.
• Disconnect charging source prior to connecting or disconnecting battery terminals.
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• Replacing the internal battery
The internal battery is heavy. Use caution when handling the heavy batteries.
To replace the battery pack:
1. Remove the center cover of the front panel
2. Remove the two screws to open the left side of the front panel
3. Remove the two screws to pull out the metal protection cover of the battery
A ribbon cable connects the LCD control panel to the UPS. Do not pull on the cable or disconnect it.
4. Pull out the plastic handle of the battery pack, and slide the pack out slowly on to a flat and stable
surface. Use two hands to support the battery pack. See "Recycling the used equipment"
on page 37 for proper disposal.
5. Verify that the replacement batteries have the same rating as the batteries being replaced.
6. Put the new battery pack into the UPS. Push the battery pack firmly to ensure a proper connection.
7. Screw back the metal protection cover and the front panel, then clip the center cover.
8. Continue to “Testing new batteries” on page 36.
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7. UPS maintenance
7. UPS maintenance
• Replacing the EBM(s)
The EBM is heavy. Lifting the cabinet into a rack requires a minimum of two people.
To replace the EBM(s):
1. Unplug the EBM power cable and battery detection cable from the UPS.
If additional EBM(s) are installed, unplug the EBM power cable and battery detection cable
from each EBM.
2. Replace the EBM(s). See "Recycling the used equipment" on page 37 for proper disposal.
A small amount of arcing may occur when connecting an EBM to the UPS. This is normal and
will not harm personnel. Insert the EBM cable into the UPS battery connector quickly and firmly.
3. Plug the EBM cable(s) into the battery connector(s). Up to twelve EBMs may be connected to the UPS.
4. Verify that the EBM connections are tight and that adequate bend radius and strain relief exist for each
cable.
5. Connect the battery detection cable(s) to the connector of the UPS and of the EBM(s).
• Testing new batteries
To test new batteries:
1. Charge the batteries for 48 hours.
2. Press any button to activate the menu options.
3. Select Control then Start battery test.
The UPS starts a battery test if the batteries are fully charged, the UPS is in Normal mode with no active
alarms, and the bypass voltage is acceptable.
During the battery test, the UPS transfers to Battery mode and discharges the batteries for 25 seconds.
The front panel displays "Battery test in progress" and the percentage of the test completed.
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7.5
Replacing the UPS equipped with a HotSwap MBP or with a PPDM
The HotSwap MBP as well as the PPDM allows to service or replace the UPS without interrupting the
connected loads.
Refer to the specific user manual for more information about this accessory.
• Replacing the UPS equipped with a HotSwap MBP.
To remove the UPS:
1. Press any button to activate the menu options. Select Control then Go to Bypass.
2. Check that the UPS is in Bypass mode (Bypass LED should be On).
3.Turn the HotSwap MBP switch to the Bypass position: the red LED on the HotSwap MBP goes On,
indicating that the load is now powered directly from utility power.
4. Set the Normal AC source switch on the HotSwap MBP to the "O" position and wait for 30s.
5. The UPS stops and can now be disconnected.
To reinstall the UPS:
1. Check that the UPS is correctly connected to the HotSwap MBP.
2. Set the Normal AC source switch on the HotSwap MBP to the "I" position.
3. Press the
button to switch On the UPS.
4. Select Control then Go to Bypass (Bypass LED should be On).
5.Turn the HotSwap MBP switch to the Normal position: the red LED on the HotSwap MBP goes Off,
indicating that the load is now powered by the UPS.
6. Select Control then Go back normal.
7. Check that the UPS is in Online mode: the load is now protected by the UPS. (Online LED should be On).
•
Replacing the UPS equipped with a PPDM.
To remove the UPS:
1. Press any button to activate the menu options. Select Control then Go to Bypass.
2. Check that the UPS is in Bypass mode (Bypass LED should be On).
3. Remove the center cover of the PPDM front panel.
4. Turn the PPDM switch to the Bypass position: the load is now powered directly from utility power.
5. Press the
button to switch Off the UPS.
6. The UPS is in Standby mode and can now be disconnected.
To reinstall the UPS:
1. Check that the UPS is correctly connected to the PPDM.
2. Press the
button to switch On the UPS.
3. Select Control then Go to Bypass.
4. Check that the UPS is in Bypass mode (Bypass LED should be On).
5. Turn the PPDM switch to the Normal position: the load is now powered by the UPS.
6. Clip back the center cover of the PPDM front panel.
7. Select Control then Go back normal.
8. Check that the UPS is in Online mode: the load is now protected by the UPS.
7.6
Recycling the used equipment
Contact your local recycling or hazardous waste center for information on proper disposal of the used
equipment.
• Do not dispose of the battery or batteries in a fire. Batteries may explode. Proper disposal of
batteries is required. Refer to your local codes for disposal requirements.
• Do not open or mutilate the battery or batteries. Released electrolyte is harmful to the skin and
eyes. It may be toxic.
Do not discard the UPS or the UPS batteries in the trash. This product contains sealed, lead acid
batteries and must be disposed of properly. For more information, contact your local recycling/
reuse or hazardous waste center.
Do not discard waste electrical or electronic equipment (WEEE) in the trash. For proper
disposal, contact your local recycling/reuse or hazardous waste center.
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7. UPS maintenance
8. Troubleshooting
The Eaton 9PX is designed for durable, automatic operation and also alerts you whenever potential
operating problems may occur. Usually the alarms shown by the control panel do not mean that the
output power is affected. Instead, they are preventive alarms intended to alert the user.
• Events are silent status information that are recorded into the Event log. Example = "AC freq in range".
• Alarms are recorded into the Event log and displayed on the LCD status screen with the logo blinking.
Some alarms may be announced by a beep every 3 seconds. Example = "Battery low".
• Faults are announced by a continuous beep and red LED, recorded into the Fault log and displayed on
the LCD with a specific message box. Example = Out. short circuit.
Use the following troubleshooting chart to determine the UPS alarm condition.
8.1
Typical alarms and faults
To check the Event log or Fault log :
1. Press any button on the front panel display to activate the menu options.
2. Press the button to select Event log or Fault log.
3. Scroll through the listed events or faults.
The following table describes typical conditions.
Conditions
Possible cause
Action
Battery mode
A utility failure has occurred and
the UPS is in Battery mode.
The UPS is powering the equipment
with 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
significantly.
Depending on the UPS load and
number of Extended Battery Modules
(EBMs), the "Battery Low" warning
may occur before the batteries reach
20% capacity.
The batteries are disconnected.
Verify that all batteries are properly
connected.
If the condition persists, contact your
service representative.
The battery test is failed due to
bad or disconnected batteries,
or the battery minimum voltage is
reached in ABM cycling mode.
Verify that all batteries are properly
connected. Start a new battery test :
if the condition persists, contact your
service representative.
The UPS does not
provide the expected
backup time.
The batteries need charging or
service.
Apply utility power for 48 hours to
charge the batteries. If the condition
persists, contact your service
representative.
Bypass mode
An overload or a fault has
occurred, or a command has been
received and the UPS is in Bypass
mode
Equipment is powered but not
protected by the UPS.
Check for one of the following alarms:
overtemperature, overload or UPS
failure.
Power requirements exceed the
UPS capacity (greater than
100% of nominal; see in table 6
on page 42 for specific output
overload ranges).
Remove some of the equipment from
the UPS.
The UPS continues to operate, but
may switch to Bypass mode or shut
down if the load increases.
The alarm resets when the condition
becomes inactive.
LED is On.
1 beep every 10 seconds.
Battery low
LED is On.
1 beep every 3 seconds.
No battery
LED is On.
Beep continuous.
Battery fault
LED is On.
Beep continuous.
LED is on.
Power overload
LED is On.
Beep continuous.
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UPS overtemperature
LED is On.
1 beep every 3 seconds.
The UPS does not start.
Input bad wiring /
Output bad wiring
The UPS internal temperature is
too high or a fan has failed.
At the warning level, the UPS
generates the alarm but remains
in the current operating state.
If the temperature rises another
10°C, the UPS transfers to Bypass
mode or shuts down if Bypass is
unusable.
If the UPS transferred to Bypass
mode, the UPS will return to normal
operation when the temperature drops
5°C below the warning level.
If the condition persists, shut down
the UPS.
Clear vents and remove any heat
sources. Allow the UPS to cool.
Ensure the airflow around the UPS is
not restricted. Restart the UPS.
If the condition continues to persist,
contact your service representative.
The input source is not connected
correctly.
Check the input connections.
The Remote Power Off (RPO)
switch is active or the RPO
connector is missing.
If the UPS Status menu displays the
"Remote Power Off" notice, inactivate
the RPO input.
Input/Output cables are not
connected to the correct terminal
blocks.
Connect correctly the Input/Output
cables.
The HotSwap MBP is no more
connected to the UPS.
If the HotSwap MBP is connected
to the UPS, check that the detection
connector is correctly plugged.
Led is On.
Beep continuous.
MBP disconnected
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8. Troubleshooting
8. Troubleshooting
8.2
Silencing the alarm
Press the ESC (Escape) button on the front panel display to silence the alarm. Check the alarm condition
and perform the applicable action to resolve the condition. If the alarm status changes, the alarm beeps
again, overriding the previous alarm silencing.
8.3
Service and support
If you have any questions or problems with the UPS, call your Local Distributor or your local service
representative and ask for a UPS technical representative.
Please have the following information ready when you call for service:
• Model number
• Serial number
• Firmware version number
• Date of failure or problem
• Symptoms of failure or problem
• Customer return address and contact information
If repair is required, you will be given a Returned Material Authorization (RMA) number. This number must
appear on the outside of the package and on the Bill Of Lading (if applicable). Use the original packaging
or request packaging from the Help Desk or distributor. Units damaged in shipment as a result of improper
packaging are not covered under warranty. A replacement or repair unit will be shipped, freight prepaid for
all warrantied units.
For critical applications, immediate replacement may be available. Call the Help Desk for the
dealer or distributor nearest you.
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9.1
Model specifications
Table 1. Power Module model list
Model
Power ratings
9PX5K
5000VA / 4500W
9PX6K,
9PX6KG
5200VA / 4600W at 200V output
5400VA / 4800W at 208V output
5700VA / 5100W at 220V output
6000VA / 5300W at 230V output
6000VA / 5400W at 240V output
Table 2. Extended Battery Module model list
Model
Configuration
Battery voltage
For power ratings
9PXEBM180RT
Rack / Tower
180Vdc
5000-6000VA
Table 3. Weights and dimensions
Model (UPS)
Dimensions D x W x H (mm / in)
Weight (lb / kg)
9PX5K
722 x 440 x 130 (28.4 x 17.3 x 5.1)
106 / 48
9PX6K
722 x 440 x 130 (28.4 x 17.3 x 5.1)
106 / 48
9PX6KG
685 x 440 x 130 (27.0 x 17.3 x 5.1)
106 / 48
Model (EBM)
Dimensions D x W x H (mm / in)
Weight (lb / kg)
9PXEBM180RT
645 x 440 x 130 (25.4 x 17.3 x 5.1)
150 / 68
Table 4. Electrical input
Nominal frequency
50/60Hz auto-sensing
Frequency range
50Hz : 40-60Hz before transfer to battery
60Hz : 50-70Hz before transfer to battery
Bypass voltage range
-20% / +15% of nominal value (default)
Noise filtering
MOV for normal and common mode noise
Model
Default input
(Voltage/Current)
Selectable input
Voltage range
Voltages
at 100% load
9PX5K
208V / 23.3A
176-276V
9PX6K, 9PX6KG
208V / 24.8A
200V, 208V, 220V,
230V, 240V
Table 5. Electrical input connections
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Model
Input connection
9PX5K
L6-30P cord or Hardwired
9PX6K
L6-30P cord or Hardwired
9PX6KG
Hardwired
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9. Specifications
9. Specifications
Table 6. Electrical output
All models
Voltage regulation
Efficiency
Frequency regulation
Nominal output
Frequency
Output overload
Output overload
(Bypass mode)
Voltage waveform
Harmonic distortion
Transfer time
Power factor
Load crest ratio
Normal mode
Battery mode
±1%
±1%
> 98% (High Efficiency mode)
> 91%
> 93%
Sync with line ±5% of nominal line
±0.5% of auto-selected nominal
frequency (outside this range: ±0.5%
frequency
of auto-selected nominal frequency)
200*/208*/220*/230*/240V (voltage configurable)
5000/6000VA* 4500/5400W*
50 or 60Hz, autosensing or configurable as a frequency converter
100-102% : no alarm
102-110% : load transfers to Bypass mode after 2 minutes
110-125% : load transfers to Bypass mode after 1 minute
125-150% : load transfers to Bypass mode after 10s
> 150%
: load transfers to Bypass mode after 500ms
100-125% : no alarm
125-150% : UPS shuts down after 1 minute
> 150%
: UPS shuts down after 1s
Sinewave
< 2% THDV on linear load
< 5% THDV on non-linear load
Online mode: 0 ms (no break)
High Efficiency mode: 10ms maximum (due to loss of utility)
0.9
3 to 1
* 200/208/220/230V are derated at 5200/5400/5700/6000VA 4600/4800/5100/5300W.
Table 7. Electrical output connections
Model
Output connection
9PX5K
Hardwired
(2) L6-30R
(2) L6-20R
9PX6K
9PX6KG
Hardwired
(2) IEC 16A
(4) IEC 10A group 1
(4) IEC 10A group 2
Output cable
(2) IEC 10A
Table 8. Environmental and safety
EMC certifications
EMC (Emissions)*
EMC (Immunity)
IEC/EN 62040-1: 2008
IEC/EN 62040-2: 2006 Cat. C2
IEC/EN 62040-3: 2011
IEC 60950-1
UL 1778 4th
CSA 22.2
CISPR22 Class A
AS/NZS 22 Class A
IEC 61000-3-2 (-3-12)
IEC 61000-3-3 (-3-11)
FCC part 15 Class A
IEC 61000-2-2
IEC 61000-4-2, Level 3
IEC 61000-4-3, Level 3
IEC 61000-4-4, Level 4 (also on signal ports)
IEC 61000-4-5, Level 4, Criteria B
IEC 61000-4-6, Level 3
IEC 61000-4-8, Level 4
IEC 61000-4-11
* for output cable < 10m.
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Agency markings
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Transit temperature
Relative humidity
Operating altitude
Transit altitude
Audible noise
CE / cULus / NOM
0 to 40°C (32 to 104°F) in Online mode, with linear derating for altitude
Note: thermal protection switches load to Bypass in case of overheating.
0 to 40°C (32 to 104°F) with batteries
-15 to 60°C (5 to 140°F) without batteries
-25 to 55°C (-13 to 130°F)
0 to 95% no condensing
Up to 3,000 meters (9,843 ft) above sea level with 10% derating per 1000m
Up to 10,000 meters (32,808 ft) above sea level
< 45 dBA at 1 meter typical
Table 9. Battery
Internal batteries
EBM
Rack / Tower
configuration
5000/6000VA: 180Vdc
9PXEBM180RT: 180Vdc
Type
Sealed, maintenance-free, valve-regulated, lead-acid,
with minimum 3-year float service life at 25°C (77°F).
Lifetime is reduced above 30 °C.
Monitoring
Advanced monitoring for earlier failure detection and warning
Battery port
External three-pole SBS75G Black connector on UPS for connection to EBM
EBM battery
cable length
40cm (15.7in)
Table 10. Communication options
Communication bay
(1) available independent communication bay for connectivity cards
Compatible connectivity Network-MS
cards
Modbus-MS
Relay-MS
Communication ports
RS-232 (DB9): 1200-19200 bps
USB: 19200 bps
Relay output contacts
(4) relay outputs (normally open or normally closed)
Remote On/Off
2 pins jumper (normally open)
Remote Power Off
3 pins jumper (normally open or normally closed)
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9. Specifications
EATON
Customer Care Center
Technical Support and Product Services
?
Technical questions? If you encounter a problem while following the instructions in this manual, or have
questions about the operation, repair, or servicing of your equipment, please visit our web site www.
eaton.com for complete service information.
To insure that your questions are correctly answered, please obtain the part number, assembly number, and
serial number of the unit and include them in any discussions or correspondence.
Part Number: ________________________________________________________________________________________________
Assembly Number:__________________________________________________________________________________________
Serial number:_______________________________________________________________________________________________
Who To Contact
For Technical Support, Customer Care Center, Customer FAQ please visit our website: www.eaton.com
Scheduling Field Service Engineer Support
Scheduling of the EATON Field Service Engineers typically should be done 7 to 10 days before they are required
on-site. If the startup of the UPS is critical to maintaining your schedule, please contact EATON, to insure a safe
installation and start-up that will maintain the EATON warranty and insure smooth performance.
Return Policy for Single Phase Products (RMA)
Should you require factory service for your equipment, contact EATON Customer Care Center and obtain a Return
Materials Authorization (RMA) prior to shipping your unit. Never ship equipment to EATON without first obtaining
an RMA number.
For further details please visit our website: www.eaton.com
Date: _______________________________________________________________________________________________________
RMA Number: _______________________________________________________________________________________________
Contact Name:_______________________________________________________________________________________________
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10. Glossary
Bypass AC sourceSource supplying the bypass line. The equipment can be transferred to the
bypass line if an overload occurs on the UPS output, for maintenance or in
the event of a malfunction.
Frequency converterOperating mode used to convert the AC-power frequency between the UPS input
and output (50Hz -> 60Hz or 60Hz -> 50Hz).
Low-battery warning This is a battery-voltage level indicating that battery power is low and that
the user must take action to prevent the imminent break in the supply of power
to the load.
Backup time
ime during which the load can be supplied by the UPS operating on battery
T
power.
LoadDevices or equipment connected to the UPS output.
HE modeOperating mode by which the load is supplied directly by the AC source if it is
within the tolerances defined by the user. This mode reduces the consumption
of electrical power
Manual bypassRotary switch controlled by the user, used to connect the loads directly to the
AC source. Transfer of the load to the manual bypass enables UPS maintenance
without interrupting the supply of power to the connected loads.
Normal (double
conversion) mode
The normal UPS operating mode in which the AC source supplies the UPS which
in turn supplies the connected loads (after electronic double conversion).
Normal AC sourceNormal source of power for the UPS.
Relay contactsContacts supplying information to the user in the form of signals.
UPSUninterruptible Power Supply.
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