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Line Interactive UPS
PowerWalker VI 650 LCD/UK
PowerWalker VI 850 LCD/UK
PowerWalker VI 1000 LCD/UK
PowerWalker VI 1500 LCD/UK
PowerWalker VI 2000 LCD/UK
Quick Start Guide
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS – This manual contains important instructions for models
PowerWalker VI 650/850/1000/1500/2000 LCD /UK that should be followed during installation
and maintenance of the UPS and batteries.
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This product is specially designed for PCs and it is not recommended for use in any lifesupporting system and other specific important equipment.
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This equipment can be operated by any individual with no previous training.
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Do not plug household appliances such as hair dryers to UPS receptacles.
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This unit intended for installation in a controlled environment (temperature controlled,
indoor area free of conductive contaminants). Avoid installing the UPS in locations where
there is standing or running water, or excessive humidity.
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Risk of electric shock, do not remove cover. No user serviceable parts inside. Refer
servicing to qualified service personnel.
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The utility power outlet shall be near the equipment and easily accessible. To isolate UPS
from AC input, remove the plug from the utility power outlet.
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If UPS is to be stored for a long time, it is recommended to recharge the batteries (by
connecting the utility power to UPS, switch “ON”), once a month for 24 hours to avoid a
full battery discharge.
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Please do not use the UPS in excess of the rated load capacity.
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The UPS contains one/two large-capacity batteries. So the shell shall not be opened,
otherwise such dangers as electric shock will be caused. If any internal overhaul or
replacement of the battery is required, please contact the distributor.
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The internal short circuiting of the UPS will lead to dangers such as electric shock or fire,
therefore, no water containers (such as a water glass) shall be placed on the top of the
UPS so as to avoid such dangers as electric shock.
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Do not dispose of battery or batteries in a fire. The battery may explode.
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Do not open or mutilate the battery or batteries. Released electrolyte is harmful to the
skin and eyes. It may be toxic.
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Icon Φ on the rating label stands for phase symbol.
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A battery can present a risk of electrical shock and high short circuit current. The
following precautions should be observed when working on batteries :
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Remove watches, rings, or other metal objects from the hand.
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Use tools with insulated handles.
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Servicing of batteries should be performed or supervised by personnel knowledgeable of
batteries and the required precautions.
Keep unauthorized personnel away from
batteries.
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When replacing batteries, replace with the same type and number of the sealed lead-acid
batteries.
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The maximum ambient temperature rating is 40°C.
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This pluggable type A equipment with battery already installed by the supplier is
operator installable and may be operated by laymen.
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During the installation of this equipment it should be assured that the sum of the leakage
currents of the UPS and the connected loads does not exceed 3.5mA.
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Attention, hazardous through electric shock. Also with disconnection of this unit from
the mains, hazardous voltage still may be accessible through supply from battery. The
battery supply should be therefore disconnected in the plus and minus pole of the
battery when maintenance or service work inside the UPS is necessary.
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The mains socket outlet that supplies the UPS shall be installed near the UPS and shall be
easily accessible.
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In case smoke is found coming out from the device, please cut off the power supply
quickly and contact the distributor.
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Do not keep or use this product in any of the following environments:
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Any area with combustible gas, corrosive substance or heavy dust.
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Any area with extraordinarily high or low temperature (above 40˚C or below
0˚C) and humidity of more than 90%.
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Any area exposed to direct sunshine or near any heating apparatus.
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Any area with serious vibrations.
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Outdoor.
In the event that there is fire occurring in the vicinity, please use dry-power extinguishers.
The use of liquid extinguishers may give rise to the danger of electric shock.
This product complies with the safety and environmental regulations in EU.
If the time arises to throw away your product, please recycle all the components possible. Batteries
and rechargeable batteries are not to be disposed in your domestic waste! Please recycle them at
your local recycling point. Together we can help to protect the environment.
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1. Introduction
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PowerWalker VI series is an intelligent and compact line interactive UPS (Uninterruptible Power
Supply) which is designed to protect your personal computer or sensitive electronic equipments
from all forms of power interference, including complete power failures. It is equipped with many
features that allow any attached equipment to operate longer and more reliability.
2. Green concept design
PowerWalker VI 650/850/1000/1500/2000 LCD /UK series adopt switching mode charging which
creates a variety of benefits:
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Increases charging efficiency to more than 80%, more energy saving than traditional UPS
The battery requires only 4 hours to be 90% charged, reducing 50% of charging time
Reduces heat generation during battery charging, providing a longer battery life
Increases reliability and helps to save money
3. Package Contents
You should have received the following items inside of package:
UPS Unit
USB Cable
IEC Cable
(for VI 650/850 LCD /UK only)
Software CD
Quick Start Guide
Service Guide
4. Product Overview
Front Panel:
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LCD Panel:
LCD panel
Power switch
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 Input voltage
 Load level indicator, flashing
indicates overload
 Output voltage
 AC mode indicator
 Battery capacity indicator, flashing
 Battery mode indicator
indicates low battery
Back Panel:
VI 650/850 LCD/UK
 Output receptacles
 AC input
 Modem or phone surge
protection
 USB port
VI 1000 LCD/UK
 Output receptacles
 AC input
 Circuit breaker
 Modem or phone surge
protection
 USB port
VI 1500/2000 LCD/UK
 Output receptacles
 AC input
 Circuit breaker
 Modem or phone surge
protection
 USB port
4. Installation and Initial Startup
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Before installation, please inspect the unit. Be sure that nothing is damaged.
I: Placement & Storage Conditions
Install the UPS in a protected area that is free of excessive dust and has adequate air flow. Please
place the UPS away from other units at least 20 cm to avoid interference. Do NOT operate the
UPS where the temperature exceeds 0-40° C and the humidity is over 0-90 % RH.
II: Connect to Utility and Charge
Plug in the AC input cord to the wall outlet. For the best results, we suggest charging the battery
at least 4 hours before initial use. The unit charges its battery while connecting to the utility.
III: Connect the Loads
Plug in the loads to output receptacles on the rear panel of the UPS. Simply turn on the power
switch of UPS unit, and devices connected to the UPS will be protected by UPS unit.
Do not attach a power strip or surge suppressor to the UPS.
IV: Connect Modem or Phone for Surge Protection
Connect a single modem or phone line into surge-protected “IN” outlet on the back panel of the
UPS unit. Connect from “OUT” outlet to the computer with another phone line cable.
V: Connect USB Cable
To monitor the UPS status, such as unattended UPS shutdown and start-up, by using bundled
software, please connect the UPS and PC with USB cable included.
NEVER connect a laser printer or scanner to the
UPS unit, because in-rush current generated by
motor’s devices may cause the damage of the unit.
VI: Turn On/Off the Unit
Turn on the UPS unit by pressing the power switch. Turn off the UPS unit by pressing again the
power switch.
6. Audible alarm from the UPS
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When UPS switches from AC mode to Battery Mode to back up power supply: sounding
every 10 seconds
When battery is low: sounding every second
When UPS is overloaded: sounding every 0.5 second
When battery is faulty: sounding every 2 seconds
Other fault: Continuous sounding
7. Software Installation on your PC
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Use the bundled CD and follow the on-screen instructions to install the software
ViewPower.
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After the software is successfully installed, the communication with UPS has been
established and an orange icon will appear in the system tray.
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Double-click the icon to use the monitor (as above).
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You can schedule UPS shutdown/start-up and monitor UPS status through PC.
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Detail instructions please refer to the e-manual in the software.
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8. Specifications
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Model
CAPACITY
INPUT
Voltage
Voltage Range
Frequency Range
OUTPUT
Voltage Regulation
Transfer Time
Waveform
Protection
BATTERY
Type & Number
Charging Time
Protection
Backup Time (est. 120W)
PHYSICAL
LCD Indicator
Dimension (DxWxH)
ENVIRONMENT
Humidity
Noise Level
Model
CAPACITY
INPUT
Voltage
Voltage Range
Frequency Range
OUTPUT
Voltage Regulation
Frequency Range
Transfer Time
Waveform
BATTERY
Type & Number
Charging Time
Protection
Backup Time (est. 240W)
PHYSICAL
LCD Indicator
Dimension (DxWxH)
ENVIRONMENT
Humidity
Noise Level
VI 650 LCD/UK
650 VA / 360 W
VI 850 LCD/UK
850 VA / 480 W
220~240 VAC
162~290 VAC
50/60Hz±1Hz
+/-10%
Typical 2-6 ms, 10 ms max.
Simulated Sine Wave
Short circuit and overload protection
12V/ 7Ah x 1
12V/ 9Ah x 1
4-6 hours recover to 90% capacity
Discharge and overcharge protection
10 min
15 min
Input/output voltage, AC mode, Load level, Battery capacity
287mm x 100mm x 142mm
0-90 % RH @ 0-40° C (non-condensing)
Less than 40 dB
VI 1000 LCD/UK
1000 VA / 600 W
VI 1500 LCD/UK
1500 VA / 900 W
VI 2000 LCD/UK
2000 VA / 1200 W
220/230/240 VAC
162~290 VAC
50/60 Hz (Auto sensing)
+/-10%
50 or 60 Hz +/-1 Hz
Typical 2-6 ms, 10 ms max.
Simulated Sine Wave
12V / 7Ah x 2
12V / 9Ah x 2
12V / 9Ah x 2
4-6 hours recover to 90% capacity
Overload, discharge and overcharge protection
11 min
18 min
20 min
Input/output voltage, AC mode, Load level, Battery capacity
350x146x160 mm
397mm x 146mm x 205 mm
0-90 % RH @ 0-40° C (non-condensing)
Less than 40 dB
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