Liebert® EXL S1™ Touchscreen Control Panel™
User Manual
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.0
2.0
INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
NAVIGATING THROUGH THE TOUCHSCREEN CONTROL PANEL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
2.1
2.2
Restrict Physical Access with Barriers or Set Log-In Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Touchscreen Control Panel Components. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
2.2.1
2.3
SYSTEM PANE—Mimic Display Components. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
2.3.1
2.4
UNIT STATUS Pane Components. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Customizing the Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
2.4.1
2.4.2
2.4.3
2.4.4
2.4.5
2.5
Context Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Remove a Layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Using the Edit Icon to Customize Layout. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Edit the UNIT STATUS Panel with the Edit Icon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
Setting DISPLAY PROPERTIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Setting Date, Time and Time Zone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Changing Date, Time and Measurement Formats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
2.5.1
2.5.2
2.5.3
Change the Date Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Change the Time Format. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Change the Measurement System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
2.6
Create or Modify Custom Labels. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
3.0
OPERATION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
3.1
3.2
Log In to the Touchscreen Control Panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Operator Controls. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
3.2.1
3.3
LIFE™ Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
OPERATE Menu Commands. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
3.3.1
3.3.2
3.3.3
3.3.4
3.3.5
3.3.6
OPERATE Menu—Silence an Alarm. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
OPERATE Menu—Inverter On . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
OPERATE Menu—Inverter Off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
OPERATE Menu—Reset Fault . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
OPERATE Menu—Suspended Time Remaining. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
OPERATE Menu—Energy Saving Mode Activation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
3.4
3.5
Audible Alarm Enabled or Disabled . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
LIFE™ Services—Context Menu and LIFE Services Function Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
4.0
VIEWING UPS STATUS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
4.1
4.2
4.3
Viewing UPS Data with the Status Gauge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Viewing UPS Data with the Status Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Logs—Events and Log-In Times . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
4.3.1
Logs—Filtering and Sorting Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
4.4
Logs—Exporting Event and Audit Logs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
5.0
6.0
VIEWING UPS COMPONENT STATUS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
STATUS BAR COMPOSITION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
6.1
Status Bar Messages. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
7.0
LIEBERT EXL S1 EVENTS, WARNINGS AND ALARMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
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Touchscreen Control Panel components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Opening screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Interface overview—STATUS screen; graphic display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Control display by access level—if PIN’s are required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Context Menus. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Mimic display, normal operation, default view/unit view . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Mimic display, normal operation, system view . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
UNIT STATUS pane components—Graphic display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
UNIT STATUS pane—Load details; graphic display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
UNIT STATUS pane—Input details; graphic display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
UNIT STATUS pane—Bypass details; graphic display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
UNIT STATUS pane—Battery and cabinet details; graphic display. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
UNIT STATUS pane—Environmental details; graphic display. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
Customize the display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Set number of panes and choose data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Edit UNIT STATUS panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Change panel content . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Resize, remove or rearrange a panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
Edit UNIT STATUS panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Date and time settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Time Zone drop-down menu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Change the date . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Change the time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Date/Time format and Measurement System choices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
CUSTOM LABELS page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Custom Labels for Network Interfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Set a PIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Log in screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
OPERATE Function Menu screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Inverter On command, single UPS configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Inverter On command, parallel UPS configuration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Inverter Off command, single UPS configuration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
Inverter Off command, parallel UPS configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
Reset fault command. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Activating Energy Savings Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
LIFE Services contact . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
LIFE Services—Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Default Status Gauge view . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Access Status Gauge settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Status Gauge settings options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
UNIT STATUS—Load details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
UNIT STATUS—Input details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
UNIT STATUS—Bypass details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
UNIT STATUS—Battery details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
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UNIT STATUS—Environmental details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
View alarms, events, log-out times . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Sorting and filtering events. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Exporting logs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Component status—STATUS Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
UNIT STATUS—Main Input details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
UNIT STATUS details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
TABLES
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Table 3
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Table 5
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Table 7
Table 8
Table 9
Table 10
Table 11
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Available display properties by access level if PIN’s are required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Additional custom label choices for Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Load menus. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Input menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Bypass menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Normal messages—Green status bar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Warning messages—Yellow status bar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Critical messages—Red status bar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Liebert EXL S1 Status Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
All EXL S1 Events - Alarms. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
All EXL S1 Events - Faults . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
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1.0 INTRODUCTION
The Touchscreen Control Panel’s integrated interface simplifies monitoring and managing single or multiple
Liebert UPS modules. The control collects a profusion of information about the health of the modules and
presents it in a standardized format. This simple, dynamic display speeds operator response to changing power
input and demand.
Many of the settings will depend on the UPS type and features. Many settings will be made by Vertiv personnel
when setting up the UPS.
The Touchscreen Control Panel’s interface will display data either graphically or in text. The Status Scroll Bar at
the top of the touchscreen display summarizes system conditions. The bar changes color to indicate status and
includes an icon matched to the status. The Status Gauge displays such details as power demand from the
connected load, input power quality, output and bypass on each phase and battery capacity.
The Touchscreen Control Panel’s mimic display shows the comprehensive system information that the operator
needs:
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Is input power connected?
Are there any alarms?
Which breakers are open and which are closed?
Is the UPS on battery?
How much battery run time is available?
Checking a particular component is as simple as touching it on the mimic display—Detailed data appears,
allowing the operator to respond.
Visual and audible alarms alert personnel to faults and alarms requiring immediate attention.
Passcodes for each level of access—Operator, Administrator and Service—secure the UPS against unauthorized
changes. Personnel without a passcode can view UPS status, but cannot change any functions or the
appearance of the interface.
Figure 1
Touchscreen Control Panel components
UPS Status LED
Touchscreen LCD
Speakers (not used)
EPO Switch
UPS Status LED
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2.0 NAVIGATING THROUGH THE TOUCHSCREEN
CONTROL PANEL
The Touchscreen Control Panel is active whenever the UPS has input power. The touchscreen LCD on the front
of the UPS permits:
• Logging in to the system—3.1 - Log In to the Touchscreen Control Panel
• Customizing the user interface—2.4 - Customizing the Display
• Checking the status of the UPS and its external batteries, including all measured parameters, events and alarms—4.0 VIEWING UPS STATUS and 5.0 - VIEWING UPS COMPONENT STATUS
• Determining when users logged in and out—4.3 - Logs—Events and Log-In Times
• Silencing alarms—3.3.1 - OPERATE Menu—Silence an Alarm
• Turning the UPS On —3.3.2 - OPERATE Menu—Inverter On
• Turning the UPS Off—3.3.3 - OPERATE Menu—Inverter Off
• Resetting faults—3.3.4 - OPERATE Menu—Reset Fault
• Enabling Energy Saving Mode—3.3.6 - OPERATE Menu—Energy Saving Mode Activation
The Touchscreen Control Panel’s display default view is two panes: One-line animated mimic and UNIT STATUS.
The appearance can be changed to multiple panes that show other data. Customizing the appearance is detailed
in 2.4 - Customizing the Display.
2.1
Restrict Physical Access with Barriers or Set Log-In Codes
NOTICE
Risk of unauthorized changes to UPS operational settings. Can cause equipment damage.
Because a UPS such as the Liebert EXL S1 is usually installed in areas that restrict physical access, the Touchscreen
Control Panel does not, by default, require a PIN to change UPS settings and operations.
If physical access cannot be restricted with barriers and identity cards, PIN codes may be set in the Touchscreen Control
Panel to prevent unwanted changes to the Liebert EXL S1.
The Touchscreen Control Panel has four possible access levels—Observer, Operator, Administrator and
Service—each with different levels of authority. The Service level, which permits configuration changes, is the
only level that, by default, requires a PIN.
The default access level for the Touchscreen Control Panel is Administrator. When a PIN is set for the
Administrator, the control panel opens at the Operator level.
To set or change a PIN, refer to 3.1 - Log In to the Touchscreen Control Panel.
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Figure 2
Opening screens
Default opening
screen; no PIN
required;
Administrator
level access for
all with physical
access to UPS.
Default opening screen; PIN required; Note that
the SETUP Function Menu is absent. Operator
level access for all with physical access to UPS.
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2.2
Touchscreen Control Panel Components
The main areas of the Touchscreen Control Panel are shown in Figure 3. The display arrangement and the
information displayed can be changed.
At log-in for all access levels, the Touchscreen Control Panel opens to the STATUS screen in graphic display. The
status of Unit 0 will be shown if the system is a single-unit configuration. In a parallel setup, the STATUS screen shows
the unit where the HMI is installed or the system view. The STATUS screen will show the animated mimic and system
status readings at each log-in level. The appearance will differ only in the function menus displayed (see Figure 4).
Figure 3
Interface overview—STATUS screen; graphic display
System link
(When active,
output shows
system values)
Context
Menu Icon
Function Menu
Icons (Varies by
access level)
Animated Mimic Display
(Unit 1 mimic displayed.)
Figure 4
SERVICE ACCESS LEVEL SCREEN SHOWN
Other access levels will show different function menu icons, but
the rest of the screen will be the same.
Graphic or
Function Menu Icon
UPS Status Bar
Text View
(Service
is
visible
(Scrolls through
Interface
Status Bar status information) only when Service
Switch
log-in
is
entered.)
Icon
Legend Drawer
(See Figure 6)
Status Gauge
LIFE Services
Menu Icon
Log In/Out
Icon
Edit
Interface
Icon
Parameter Icons
(Maximum of four visible if
the Status Gauge is showing)
Control display by access level—if PIN’s are required
Observer Level
Operator Level
Administrator Level
Service Level
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Each Function Menu offers different information and control choices.
If PIN’s are not required, the user will see the STATUS, OPERATE, SETUP and LIFE Services Function Menus.
If PIN’s are required, the user’s access level determines which Function Menu icons are displayed. For example,
logging in as Operator will show the STATUS, OPERATE and LIFE Services Function Menus; logging in as
Administrator will show those menus as well as the SETUP Function Menu (see Figure 4).
• STATUS: Condition of the UPS modules and components and data affecting operation and performance; visible at all access
levels.
• OPERATE: UPS operation controls, such as Inverter On, Inverter Off and Energy Saving Status; visible to Operator,
Administrator and Service
• SETUP: Manage permissions through PIN’s; visible to Administrator and Service
• SERVICE: Input wiring and breaker configuration, parallel status, protocol used and battery charging method; visible only to
Service
• LIFE Services: Information for assistance to enable LIFE customer care. LIFE Services requires a maintenance contract. The
service must be activated with assistance by calling the listed telephone number; visible to all, including Observers.
STATUS
OPERATE
SETUP
SERVICE
LIFE
Services
Function Menu icons are orange and white when selected, except the LIFE
Services icon; it remains dark gray with green text, if LIVE Services is activated.
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2.2.1 Context Menus
The Context Menus, available by touching the Menu icon at the top left corner of the interface,
display information about the UPS and permit changing various settings. The functions possible
through the Context Menus are determined by the user’s access level and on the Function Menu
that is active (see Figure 5).
The items under Display Options on the STATUS Context Menu, for example, differ for each access Menu Icon
level.
Some information available through the Context Menu, such as alarms and run hours, are available through other
areas of the Touchscreen Control Panel.
NOTE
The LIFE Services Function Menu icon has no associated Context Menu. Commands and operations related
to LIFE Services are found on the OPERATE Context Menu.
Figure 5
Context Menus
OPERATE Function Menu Selected
STATUS Function Menu Selected
SETUP Function Menu Selected
(Not shown to Observer or Operator
if PIN’s are required)
Context Menu—STATUS
Selecting the STATUS icon and touching the Menu icon reveals a Context Menu that permits performing several
actions or accessing additional information (see Figure 5). Touching a Context Menu item will reveal data or
expand the menu to show additional options.
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The Context Menu for the STATUS icon shows these items:
• Events: Date and time of occurrence, type of event, Event ID, component affected and description. Events can be sorted by
type, event ID, component, description. The touchscreen also permits filtering events by severity (Status, Alarm or Fault); or
by component (bypass, monitoring process or the module where the event occurred).
• Logs: UPS Event Log and Audit Log
• UPS Event Log shows date and time of event occurrence, type of event, Event ID, status. component affected and
description; same options for all access levels. The Event Log can be exported as a CSV file for record-keeping,
analysis and similar uses.
• Audit Log shows date and time that users with UPS control access logged into and out of the system. The Audit log can
be exported as an XML or CS‘V file for record-keeping, analysis and similar uses.
• Battery Run Time: Battery Cycle Monitor with duration and count
• Screen Saver: Display Sleep Mode notification (immediate entry into screen saver); screen goes dark and user is logged off;
touching the screen reactivates the interface.
• Total Run Hours: Component and hours it has operated; touching a component displays details in the right panel.
• Components: Component status, name and details
• Display Options (changes affect the view for all viewers)
• Customize Layout: Change panel content and layout (see 2.4 - Customizing the Display)
• Display Properties: Language, back-light timer, alarm timeout, auto-log-out timer, display brightness, status indicator
brightness and touchscreen calibration (see 2.4 - Customizing the Display)
• Date & Time: Drop-down lists for time zone, date, local time and UTC time (Coordinated Universal Time) (see 2.4 Customizing the Display)
• Formats: Drop-down lists for date and time format and measurement system (metric or imperial) (see 2.4 Customizing the Display)
• Custom Labels: Rename settings, serial ports and network interfaces to ease troubleshooting and refine data. (The
default name of COM1 may be adequate, but renaming it with the connected device may ease determining the cause
of an alarm).
• Technical Support: Manufacturer’s support: Web site, e-mail address and telephone numbers
• About: Information about the UPS and its software and firmware; UPS model, rating, configured capacity, model number and
serial number.
Context Menu—OPERATE
Selecting the OPERATE icon and touching the Menu icon reveals a Context Menu that permits performing
several actions or accessing additional information (see Figure 5). Touching a Context Menu item will reveal
data or expand the menu to show additional options.
The Context Menu for the OPERATE icon shows these items:
• Events: Date and time of occurrence, type of event, Event ID, component affected and description. Events can be sorted by
type, event ID, component, description. The touchscreen also permits filtering events by severity (Status, Alarm or Fault); or
by component (bypass, monitoring process or the module where the event occurred).
• Logs: UPS Event Log and Audit Log
• UPS Event Log shows date and time of event occurrence, type of event, Event ID, status. component affected and
description; same options for all access levels. The Event Log can be exported as a CSV file for record-keeping,
analysis and similar uses.
• Audit Log shows date and time that users with UPS control access logged into and out of the system. The Audit log can
be exported as an XML or CS‘V file for record-keeping, analysis and similar uses.
• Battery Operations: Battery testing and charging; automatic, manual and calibration battery testing and battery equalize
charging.
• LIFE Services: Customer care assistance contact and reporting center; must be activated with assistance by calling the
listed telephone number;
• Screen Saver: Display Sleep Mode notification (immediate entry into screen saver); screen goes dark and user is logged off;
interface reactivated by touching the screen; same options for all access levels
• Technical Support: Manufacturer’s support: Web site, e-mail address and telephone numbers
• About: Information about the UPS and its software and firmware; UPS model, rating, configured capacity, model number and
serial number
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Context Menu—SETUP
Selecting the SETUP icon and touching the Menu icon reveals a Context Menu that permits
performing several actions or accessing additional information (see Figure 5). Touching a Context
Menu item will reveal data or expand the menu to show additional options.
The Context Menu for the SETUP icon shows these items:
• Events: Date and time of occurrence, type of event, Event ID, component affected and description. Events
can be sorted by type, event ID, component, description. The touchscreen also permits filtering events by
severity (Status, Alarm or Fault); or by component (bypass, monitoring process or the module where the event occurred).
• Logs: UPS Event Log and Audit Log
• UPS Event Log shows date and time of event occurrence, type of event, Event ID, status. component affected and
description; same options for all access levels. The Event Log can be exported as a CSV file for record-keeping,
analysis and similar uses.
• Audit Log shows date and time that users with UPS control access logged into and out of the system. The Audit log can
be exported as an XML or CS‘V file for record-keeping, analysis and similar uses.
• Manage Permissions: Change or require PIN for users of Administrators or Operators.
• Network: Modify communication settings.
• Configure Status Gauge: Modify information shown on Status Gauge.
• UPS Settings: Enable or disable audible alarm and modify energy saving configuration (Eco Mode or Intelligent Parallel).
• Display Options (Changes affect view for all access levels)
• Customize Layout: Change panel content and layout (see 2.4 - Customizing the Display).
• Display Properties: Language, back-light timer, alarm timeout, auto-log-out timer, display brightness, status indicator
brightness and touchscreen calibration (see 2.4 - Customizing the Display).
• Date & Time: Drop-down lists for time zone, date, local time and UTC time (Coordinated Universal Time) (see 2.4 Customizing the Display).
• Formats: Drop-down lists for date and time format and measurement system (metric or imperial) (see 2.4 Customizing the Display).
• Custom Labels: Rename settings, serial ports and network interfaces to ease troubleshooting and refine data. (The
default name of COM1 may be adequate, but renaming it with the connected device may ease determining the cause
of an alarm).
• Technical Support: Manufacturer’s support: Web site, e-mail address and telephone numbers.
• About: Information about the UPS and its software and firmware; UPS model, rating, configured capacity, model number and
serial number.
2.3
SYSTEM PANE—Mimic Display Components
The animated mimic display, the default view for the control, shows each configured major component of the
UPS system, for both single-module and multi-module systems. The mimic display is the same for all access
levels. The power path is shown by animated lines; moving dashes show the active power path. Touching a
component (except a breaker) brings up details about the component’s status. Breakers are shown as open or
closed (see Figure 6), but they are not interactive.
Components in the mimic display signify their operational status by their color, green, amber or red. Tables 9
through 11 describe the various states of the indicators.
The animated mimic display can be changed to any of five other views: Status, Alarms, Run Hours, Event Log and
Battery Cycle Monitor Summary (see 2.4 - Customizing the Display).
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Figure 6
Mimic display, normal operation, default view/unit view
Breakers in a system are determined
during setup and can be installed or
removed by Service.
Breakers shown are:
BCB: Battery Isolation Switch
BIB/RBB: Bypass Isolator
RFB: Input Isolator
MBB: Maintenance Bypass Isolator
MIB: Output Isolator
Internal Static Bypass
(interactive)
Maintenance
Bypass Breaker
Maintenance
Bypass Path
Output Power
(interactive)
Input Power
(interactive)
Maintenance Isolation Breaker
Remote Back-Feed
Breaker; may be
replaced with optional
Back-Feed Disconnect
Module Output Breaker
Rectifier Feed
Breaker
Rectifier
(interactive)
DC Source
(Batteries)
(interactive)
Inverter (interactive)
Charger/Booster
(interactive)
Battery Cabinet Breaker
Touching the arrowhead reveals the legend.
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Figure 7
Mimic display, normal operation, system view
System view is obtained
by touching SYSTEM in
the default mimic view.
To return to default view,
touch Unit 1 or Close
(bottom right).
Green outline indicates
communication is active
and operating normally.
White outline indicates no
communication occurring.
Yellow indicates the unit is
communicating but in a
warning state.
Red indicates the unit is
communicating but in a
fault state.
Touching the arrowhead reveals the legend.
2.3.1 UNIT STATUS Pane Components
The UNIT STATUS pane is identical for all PIN access levels (see Figure 8), if PIN’s are required. Observers will
not have the edit icon (pencil). In the default graphic view, the UNIT STATUS pane shows:
• Status Gauge—Connected load shown in kW and as a percentage of capacity; input, output and bypass voltage for each
phase (default data may be changed; see 4.1 - Viewing UPS Data with the Status Gauge).
• Load Detail Icon
• Input Detail Icon
• Bypass Detail Icon
• Battery Detail Icon
The detail icon for Environmental may be added to the UNIT STATUS pane if there is space.
NOTE
If the Status Gauge is showing, no more than four detail icons will be visible. Removing the Status Gauge permits
showing all five detail icons. The view may be customized to show fewer than four.
Touching any of the detail icons reveals additional data about that selection in the opposite pane. The data pane
may be closed by touching the Close button or by touching any detail icon. The read-only information is
available to all access levels (see Figures 9 through 13).
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Figure 8
UNIT STATUS pane components—Graphic display
Touch this icon to switch
to Text Display.
Detail Icons for Input,
Battery, Bypass and
Load (Touch an icon
to see details about
the linked
component [see
Figure 9].)
No more than four
detail icons will be
visible when the
Status Gauge is
shown.
Edit icon
Status Gauge
Figure 9
UNIT STATUS pane—Load details; graphic display
Load icon touched
to show data in
the left pane.
Touch Close or the
Load icon to close
the Load detail pane
and return to the
animated mimic.
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Figure 10
UNIT STATUS pane—Input details; graphic display
Input detail icon
touched to show
data in the left pane.
Touch Close or the
Input icon to close
the Input detail pane
and return to the
animated mimic.
Figure 11
UNIT STATUS pane—Bypass details; graphic display
Bypass detail
icon touched to
show data in the
left pane.
Touch Close or the
Bypass icon to close
the Bypass detail
pane and return to
the animated mimic.
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Figure 12
UNIT STATUS pane—Battery and cabinet details; graphic display
Battery detail icon
touched to show
data in the left pane.
Touch Close or the
Battery icon to close
the Battery detail
pane and return to
the animated mimic.
Figure 13
UNIT STATUS pane—Environmental details; graphic display
Environmental detail
icon touched to show
data in the left pane.
Touch Close or the
Environmental icon to
close the
Environmental detail
pane and return to the
animated mimic.
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2.4
Customizing the Display
The Touchscreen Control Panel’s default appearance will be adequate for most installations, but the Status
panels can be altered to show additional or different data. The layout selected will be applied to all users. If PIN’s
have been activated, layouts may be created or altered with Operator, Administrator or Service Access.
NOTE
The original configuration, Default View 1, cannot be deleted, though it can be changed. Editing it will create a
modified view with the new settings. The Default View 1 can be altered with the edit icon (pencil) in the display
(see 2.4.2 - Using the Edit Icon to Customize Layout).
To customize the display’s appearance:
1.
2.
Log in to the Touchscreen Control Panel, if a PIN is required.
From the STATUS view, touch the Context Menu icon in the top left
corner.
3. Select Display Options > Customize Layout. (The right pane details how
to edit or create a view; see Figure 14.)
Edit Icon
Edit a View
4. Touch a view to highlight it.
5. Touch Edit to change that view.
6. Alter the layout—Add or remove a panel or associate different options with a panel.
7. Touch the Save button to keep your changes or touch Cancel to exit without saving.
Create a View
8. Touch the New button to create a view.
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Context Menu
STATUS Icon
14
Figure 14
Customize the display
Panel shows
view name,
layout and
content.
Remove View
Button
Edit Button
9.
Either accept the generated name (New View) or touch the view’s name to rename it using
the on-screen keyboard (maximum length is 15 characters including spaces). Touch the
Enter key on the on-screen keyboard after entering the new name.
10. Select the number of panels in the new or edited view from the drop-down list under the
Layout heading. The maximum is four.
11. Choose the data to be displayed in each pane by touching a choice in the PANEL OPTIONS
pane and then touching the appropriate panel. Repeat for each panel.
12. Touch the Save button to keep the changes or touch the Cancel button to exit the screen
without saving.
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Figure 15
Set number of panes and choose data
Choose the
number of
panels from
the drop-down
list.
Follow the instructions in PANEL OPTIONS
(see Figure 15) to choose the data to be
displayed. The Save button is inactive until
the setup requirements are complete.
13. Touch the Save button.
14. When the window returns to two screens—PANEL CONTENT and PANEL OPTIONS—touch the radio button beside the
new view to activate it (this puts a dot in the circle).
15. Touch Save.
16. Touch the STATUS Menu icon to see the new appearance.
To choose an existing layout, navigate to the PANEL CONTENT screen and touch the radio button beside the
layout, then touch the STATUS Function Menu.
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2.4.1 Remove a Layout
To delete a layout:
1.
2.
3.
Log in with Administrator or Service access, if a PIN is required.
From the STATUS view, touch the Context Menu icon in the top left corner.
Select Display Options > Customize Layout. (The right pane details how to edit or create a view; see
Figure 14.)
4. Touch a view to highlight it.
Edit a View
5. Touch Edit to change the highlighted view.
6. Make the changes.
7. Touch Save to keep the changes
Remove a View
8. Touch Remove to delete the highlighted view.
Context
Menu Icon
2.4.2 Using the Edit Icon to Customize Layout
The Touchscreen Control Panel layout can also be changed with the Edit icons on the screen. The
Edit icon can be used to add or remove panels, resize panels, rearrange panels and change
monitored parameters.
To use the Edit icon:
1.
Touch the Edit icon on the panel to be edited and hold it until a Change content button appears on the panel
(about 1 second).
Change Panel
2. Touch an icon to choose the data to be displayed in the panel (see Figure 17); choices are:
One-Line
Edit Icon
Event Log
Status
Battery Cycle Monitor
Events
Energy Log
Run Hours
Battery Log
Service History
Battery Time Remaining
Change UNIT STATUS Panel Content (see Figure 16)
3. To change the UNIT STATUS panel’s content:
a. Touch the Edit icon on the UNIT STATUS panel and hold it until the Change content button and X’s appear on the
parameters.
b. Touch the X on the parameter to be removed from the panel.
Figure 16
Edit UNIT STATUS panel
Touch the X on a parameter
or the X on the Status Gauge
to remove it from the view.
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The Add Parameter icon (+) will appear in the panel if another parameter can be added. The number
of parameters that may be shown is based on whether the Status Gauge is showing.
c. Touching the Add Parameter icon brings up a window to add parameters not already shown on
the UNIT STATUS panel.
d. Touch a parameter’s icon to add it to the UNIT STATUS panel.
Resize or Remove a Panel (see Figure 18)
Add Parameter
Icon
4. Touch and hold the Edit icon again while the Change content button is displayed.
5. Release the icon. Resize handles will appear around the panel and a large X will appear at the top
right corner.
6. Pull on a handle to resize the panel, or
7. Touch the large X to delete the panel.
Rearrange Panels (see Figure 18)
8. With the resize handles and X’s visible, touch the circle in the center of the panel and drag the panel to its new position.
Exit Edit Mode
9. Edit Mode will deactivate after some changes. If all changes have been made and Edit Mode is active, touch the panel’s
header area to exit Edit Mode.
+
Figure 17
Change panel content
Touch the Change content
button to display the choices.
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Figure 18
Resize, remove or rearrange a panel
Touch the X to remove
the panel from the view.
Pull a handle to
resize the
panel.
Use this large circle to drag
the panel to a new position
in the view.
2.4.3 Edit the UNIT STATUS Panel with the Edit Icon
The UNIT STATUS panel may be changed to add or remove data. The panel has four default parameters. Any or
all can be deleted or replaced using the Edit icon.
Possible parameters for the UNIT STATUS panel are:
•
•
•
•
•
Input
Bypass
Battery
Environmental
Load
NOTE
Changes made to the UNIT STATUS panel will be applied to all views using the panel for all viewers.
NOTE
If the Status Gauge is showing, no more than four detail icons will be visible. Removing the Status Gauge permits
showing all five detail icons. The view may be customized to show fewer than four.
To edit the UNIT STATUS panel:
1.
2.
3.
Activate Edit Mode by touching and holding the Edit icon on the UNIT STATUS panel.
Touch the large X beside a parameter icon or the X on the Status Gauge to delete the feature or touch
the + icon at the right side of the panel to add a parameter icon.
Touch the header area or a non-interactive area of the panel to deactivate edit mode.
+
Add Parameter
Icon
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Figure 19
Edit UNIT STATUS panel
Touch an X to remove the associated
parameter from the panel.
Touch the + icon to add a parameter to
the panel; a maximum of four icons are
possible if the Status Gauge is showing.
The Add Parameter box opens showing
parameters that may be added.
2.4.4 Setting DISPLAY PROPERTIES
The Context Menu for either OPERATE or SETUP permits determining how data is displayed. The DISPLAY
PROPERTIES menu is available to any user, including Observers. However, the items that may be altered differs
with each access level, if PIN’s are required.
Table 1
Available display properties by access level if PIN’s are required
Access Level
Display Property
Observer
Operator
Administrator
Service
Language
✔
✔
✔
✔
Theme
✔
✔
✔
✔
Backlight Off Timer
X
✔
✔
✔
Alarm Window Timeout
X
✔
✔
✔
Auto-Logout Timer
X
X
✔
✔
Display Brightness
✔
✔
✔
✔
Status Indicator Brightness
X
X
✔
✔
Calibrate Touch Screen
X
X
✔
✔
Language: The default setting is English; other choices are Chinese, Spanish and Canadian French.
Theme: The default setting is Dark_Gray_9; other choices are Blue_9 and Light_Gray_9. Themes change not only
the background, but also the color of some menus.
Backlight Off Timer: The default setting is Off After 5 Minutes; other choices are Off After 10 Minutes, 20
minutes, 30 minutes, 45 minutes, 60 minutes and Never.
Alarm Window Timeout: The default setting is Never. It may be changed in one-day increments from one day to
14 days.
Auto-Logout Timer: The default setting is Logout After 5 Minutes. It may be changed in one-minute increments
from one minute to 5 minutes.
Display Brightness: The default setting is 80 percent, but the brightness may be changed in increments of 20
percent from the low of 20 percent to 100 percent.
Status Indicator Brightness: The default setting is 80 percent; brightness may be changed in increments of 20
percent from the low of 20 percent to 100 percent.
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Calibrate Touch Screen: No default value; instructions must be followed to calibrate the touchscreen. A
notification warns that performing a calibration on a properly functioning touchscreen could cause the
touchscreen to fail. The notification offers a choice of going ahead with the calibration or canceling it.
2.4.5 Setting Date, Time and Time Zone
The date, time and time zone are set when the Touchscreen Control Panel is configured.
Changing the date, the time and the time zone may be done through the Context Menu on either the STATUS or
SETUP page (STATUS>Display Options>Date & Time or SETUP>Display Options>Date & Time). If PIN’s are
required, changing the date, time or time zone requires Administrator or Service access. These settings can be
viewed, but cannot be changed, by Observers and Operators.
The format of the date or time may be changed through the Context Menu on either the STATUS or SETUP
page (STATUS>Display Options>Date & Time or SETUP>Display Options>Date & Time) (refer to 2.5 - Changing
Date, Time and Measurement Formats).
NOTE
The UTC Time is a world standard that the Touchscreen Control Panel displays. It cannot be changed.
NOTE
If LIFE Services is enabled, neither the date nor the time can be changed.
Figure 20
Date and time settings
These values are entered when the
Touchscreen Control Panel is
configured. Changing them requires
Administrator or Service access.
UTC is a world standard and cannot
be changed.
Changing the Time Zone
The time zone is set when the Touchscreen Control Panel is configured (the default is America/New York). The dropdown menu permits selecting any time zone on the globe, as well choosing one-hour increments before and
after UTC. To change the time zone:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
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Log in with either Administrator or Service access.
Navigate to STATUS>Display Options>Date & Time or to SETUP>Display Options>Date & Time.
Touch the Time Zone box or either arrow on the drop-down menu.
Scroll to the appropriate time zone and touch it.
Make any other changes on the DATE & TIME page.
Touch the Save button to make the changes or touch Cancel to exit without saving the changes.
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Figure 21
Time Zone drop-down menu
... or either arrow to
display the choices.
Touch the Time Zone box ...
Scroll through the list
and choose the
appropriate time zone.
Changing the Date
The date is set when the Touchscreen Control Panel is configured. The default format is month/day/year with
single numerals for months from January through September and for days 1 through 9. Changing how the date is
shown requires using the Formats page found on the Context Menu on either the STATUS or SETUP menu
(refer to 2.5 - Changing Date, Time and Measurement Formats).
To change the date:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Log in with either Administrator or Service access, if passwords are required.
Navigate to STATUS>Display Options>Date & Time or to SETUP>Display Options>Date & Time.
Touch either the Date box or the grid beside it. Either will display a calendar for the month.
Scroll to the correct month and touch the correct day.
Make any other changes on the DATE & TIME page.
Touch the Save button to make the changes or touch Cancel to exit without saving the changes.
NOTE
Touching the Graphic/Display icon permits changing the date by scrolling though months, days and years.
Figure 22
Graphic
Date
Display
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Change the date
Touching
this icon ...
reveals the
text display
of the date.
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Changing the Time
The time is set when the Touchscreen Control Panel is configured The default format is h:mm AP (hour:minute
AM/PM) with one numeral for hours less than 10 (for example, 1:09 for nine minutes after 1 a.m. and 13:09 for nine
minutes after 1 p.m.). Changing how the time is displayed requires using the Formats page found on the Context
Menu of either the STATUS or the SETUP menu (refer to 2.5 - Changing Date, Time and Measurement Formats).
To change the time:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Log in with either Administrator or Service access.
Navigate to STATUS>Display Options>Date & Time or to SETUP>Display Options>Date & Time.
Touch the Local Time box or the clock icon beside it. Either will display a digital version of the time.
Touch the hours, minutes or seconds to be changed or touch the associated Up or Down arrow.
NOTE
Touching a numeral or the Up arrow and releasing it will increase the numeral by one. Touching the Down arrow
and releasing it decreases the number by one.
Holding a numeral or arrow will scroll continuously. Holding a numeral will scroll Up, increasing the numeral.
Holding an arrow will scroll in the direction the arrow points.
5.
When the correct time is shown, touch OK to save the change or touch Cancel to exit without saving.
NOTE
An AM/PM choice will be shown if that format is active. The AM/PM choice will not be shown for the 24-hour
clock format.
6.
7.
Make any other changes on the DATE & TIME page.
Touch OK to save the changes or touch Cancel to exit without saving.
Figure 23
Change the time
The AM/PM choice
will not be shown if
the 24-hour clock
format is active.
Touching a numeral or an arrow and
releasing it will increase or decrease the
associated numeral by one. Holding a
numeral or an arrow will scroll continuously.
2.5
Changing Date, Time and Measurement Formats
The Touchscreen Control Panel has these default settings:
• Date: M/d/yyyy
• Time: h/mm (either AM/PM or am/pm)
• Measurement System: Metric
These formats may be changed by any user, including an Observer, by going to Status>Display Options>Formats;
choose the format or measurement system and touch Save.
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2.5.1 Change the Date Format
To change the way the date is displayed, touch inside the box containing the date format and choose the format
from the choices shown in Figure 24.
2.5.2 Change the Time Format
To change the way the time is displayed, touch inside the box containing the time format and choose the format
from the choices shown in Figure 24.
2.5.3 Change the Measurement System
To change the way measured values, such as heat, kW and voltage, are displayed, touch inside the box
containing the Measurement System and choose either Imperial or Metric as shown in Figure 24.
Figure 24
Date/Time format and Measurement System choices
Touch inside this box to change the format.
Measurement
Format Choices
Time Format Choices
Date Format Choices
(scrolling reveals
additional formats)
2.6
Create or Modify Custom Labels
The CUSTOM LABELS page permits renaming settings, serial ports and network interfaces. New names may be
entered for these to suit local preferences and to ease troubleshooting and refine data. (The default name of
COM1 may be adequate, but renaming it with the connected device may ease determining the cause of an
alarm).
Custom labels may be created or modified by any user, including Observers. The labels are universal and will be
displayed for all users.
To create or modify a custom label:
1.
2.
Go to STATUS>Display Options>Custom Labels.
Choose the label group to change.
NOTE
Changing a particular Setting may require scrolling (see Figure 25 and Table 2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
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Touch inside the Custom Label box beside the setting to be labeled.
Use the on-screen keyboard to enter the label name.
Touch the Enter key.
Touch Save to make the change or touch Cancel to exit without saving.
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Figure 25
CUSTOM LABELS page
Touch any of
these headings
to create or
modify a label
Table 2
Additional custom label choices for Settings
BackFeed Disconnect
Bypass input breaker
BIB1Installed
BIB1Open
BIB2Installed
BIB2Open
BIB3Installed
BIB3Open
BIB4Installed
BIB4Open
BIB5Installed
BIB5Open
BIB6Installed
BIB6Open
BIB7Installed
BIB7Open
BIB8Installed
BIB8Open
BIB9Installed
BIB9Open
Backlight Off Timer
Battery Type
Bypass
Bypass Kva Rating
BypassInputFailure
CB1 - Rectifier input breaker
CB2 - Inverter output breaker
CB3-Internal bypass breaker
Cell Number
Check TS Calibration
Country
DNS Server
Date
Date Format
Disconnect Temperature Limit
Display Brightness
Display Touch Beep
Energy Savings Configuration
Equalize Charge Duration
Equalize Charge Voltage
Font Name
Font Size
Getting Started Visible
IOB-Inverter output breaker
Inactivity Timer
Kva Per Module
Kva Rating
LBB - Load bank breaker
Language
LifeEnabled
Local Contact
Local Life Contact
Local Life Service Name
Local Service Name
Local Time
Location Id
MBB - Maintenance bypass breaker
MBBInstalled
MBBOpen
MBD - Module battery disconnect
MIB-Maintenance isolation breaker
MIBInstalled
MIBOpen
MOB - Module Output Breaker
MainsFailure
Manufacturer
Measurement System
Minimum Cell Voltage
Model
Model Number
Model Type
Module Number
Monitoring Contact
Network Time Protocol
Nominal Cell Voltage
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Table 2
Additional custom label choices for Settings (continued)
Nominal Frequency
Nominal Voltage
Operator PIN
Q12 - Input transformer isolator
Q21 - Bypass transformer isolator
Q22 - Bypass isolator
Q33 - Static switch disconnect switch
QBP - Maintenance bypass isolator
QEN - Output isolator
QOP - Output isolation switch
QS1 - Input isolator
QS2 - Bypass isolator
QS3 - Maintenance bypass isolator
QS4 - Output isolator
QS90 - Battery isolation switch
RBB - Remote BackFeed breaker
RBBInstalled
RBBOpen
RFB - Rectifier feed breaker
RFBInstalled
RFBOpen
RIB - Rectifier input breaker
Runtime Remaining
SBB-System bypass breaker
SW1-Static switch disconnect switch
Screen Resolution
Serial Number
Serial Protocol
Service PIN
Single Input
Status Indicator Brightness
System Identification
Tag Number
Test Cycle
Test Day of Week
Test Duration Time
Test Duration Type
Test Time of Day
Test To Remaining Capacity
Theme
Time Format
Time Zone
UIB - UPS input breaker
UOB - UPS system output breaker
UTC Time
Unit Name
Unit Version
Warning Temperature Limit
Warning Type
WebSite Contact
Figure 26
—
Custom Labels for Network Interfaces
Network Interfaces - Custom Labels
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3.0 OPERATION
3.1
Log In to the Touchscreen Control Panel
The Touchscreen Control Panel is On whenever the UPS has control power. It
may be inactive and appear dark, depending on its settings. If it is inactive,
touch the LCD to activate it.
The Touchscreen Control Panel’s controls are available to anyone who has
physical access to the Liebert EXL S1. However, control panel access may be
restricted by adding PIN’s for Operator and Administrator access. The
Service level requires a PIN by default.
SETUP
Enter Icon
SETUP Icon
NOTE
Vertiv recommends recording any PIN’s set and storing the numbers where they are accessible if they are
forgotten. A user with authority to change a PIN will be able to see PIN’s of those with equal or lesser access.
To set a PIN:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Touch the SETUP icon at the top of the screen.
Touch the Role whose PIN will be set or changed.
Enter a PIN using the on-screen keypad, shown below (the PIN may be up to 9 digits).
Press the Enter icon.
Press the Save button.
Figure 27
Set a PIN
Choose the Role
to receive a PIN.
The Service role
will be visible only
to a user with
Service access.
PIN Box
Enter Icon
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To log in with a PIN to the Touchscreen Control Panel:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Touch the LOG OUT icon at the top right of the screen.
The lock will close and will be named LOG IN.
Touch the LOG IN icon.
The background will change color and open a screen, with a keypad.
Enter a PIN at the screen below.
Touch Enter.
NOTE
Entering an impermissible PIN will generate a screen saying the number is invalid.
Figure 28
Log in screen
Choose a
Role to
designate its
PIN.
3.2
Touch dialog box to
bring up keypad.
Incorrect PIN Entered
Operator Controls
The Operator Function Menu confers control of UPS functions:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Silence (Alarm)
Inverter On
Inverter Off
Reset Fault
Energy Saving Mode Activation
Battery Operations
Each command is available under the OPERATE menu, which is accessible by all in the default control panel
setup. If PIN’s are required, the OPERATE menu may be used by logging in with Operator, Administrator or
Service access.
NOTICE
Risk of improper operation. Can cause load drop, resulting in equipment damage.
The Inverter On, Inverter Off, Reset Fault and Energy Saving Mode Activation commands will be available whenever the
UPS is operating. Before executing any command, verify that the UPS status and the connected load status are suitable for
the command to be performed.
3.2.1 LIFE™ Services
The OPERATE Context Menu also permits configure LIFE Services. Enabling LIFE Services requires a contract
with Vertiv and on-site activation by Vertiv Services. The LIFE Support group is reachable by the telephone
number on the dialog that opens at STATUS>LIFE Services>Support or by touching the LIFE Services icon (see
3.5 - LIFE™ Services—Context Menu and LIFE Services Function Menu.
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3.3
OPERATE Menu Commands
All Operator commands are available from the OPERATE Function Menu whenever the UPS has control power. If
a PIN is required, it may be accessed by logging in with Operator, Administrator or Service access. The UPS need
not be supplying power to the load for the menu to be available.
The Touchscreen Control Panel shows the screen in Figure 29 when the OPERATE Function Menu is active. The
animated mimic moves to the right side of the screen; it is not linked to data in this view, so touching a
component will not cause it to display data. The animated mimic will display the power path in this view.
Figure 29
OPERATE Function Menu screen
Animated mimic is not linked
to data in this view.
Commands in the
OPERATE Function
Menu are the same
for all access levels
that can view it.
Reset
Fault
Button
3.3.1 OPERATE Menu—Silence an Alarm
To silence an alarm, touch the Silence button at the top of the panel. The time the alarm will remain silenced
depend on the UPS model, type of alarm and system configuration.
This command is also available at STATUS>Alarms. That screen permits silencing one or more alarms,
acknowledging an alarm and viewing either all alarms or just active alarms.
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3.3.2 OPERATE Menu—Inverter On
The Inverter On menu item is available whenever the UPS has control power. Before executing the command,
verify that the UPS is prepared for the inverter to start. Performing this function requires Operator or higher
access, if PIN’s are required.
Figure 30
Inverter On command, single UPS configuration
Press the On button to start
the inverter.
Figure 31
Inverter On command, parallel UPS configuration
Press either the System or Single button to
start the desired number of inverters.
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3.3.3 OPERATE Menu—Inverter Off
The Inverter Off menu item is available whenever the UPS has control power. Performing this function requires
Operator or higher access. Before executing the command, verify that the UPS and connected load are prepared
for the inverter to be shut down (see Figure 32).
Figure 32
Inverter Off command, single UPS configuration
Press the Off button to
shut Off the inverter.
Figure 33
Inverter Off command, parallel UPS configuration
Press the System or Single button to
shut Off the desired number of inverters.
3.3.4 OPERATE Menu—Reset Fault
Faults may be reset with the Reset button (see Figure 29 for the button’s location). Performing this function
requires Operator or higher access, if PIN’s are required.
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Figure 34
Reset fault command
3.3.5 OPERATE Menu—Suspended Time Remaining
The Suspended Time Remaining is not configurable. The reading shows the time required for the UPS to return
to Energy Saving Mode after input power has degraded, causing the UPS to exit Energy Saving Mode. It
becomes active when Energy Saving Mode has alternated between active and inactive too frequently and the
system has suspended Energy Saving Mode activation for a period. The UPS will enter Energy Saving Mode
when the feature is enabled and input power meets qualifications. If input power degrades, the UPS will exit
Energy Saving Mode.
The Suspended Time Remaining increases when the activation and deactivation of Energy Saving Mode
becomes more frequent.
3.3.6
OPERATE Menu—Energy Saving Mode Activation
NOTE
Refer to the UPS manual before activating Energy Saving Mode. If a PIN is required, an Operator can only enable
or disable Energy Saving Mode. The modes available vary according to the UPS type and system configuration.
The types available must be set up by someone with either Administrator or Service access.
Energy Saving Mode
Either of two energy saving modes—Eco Mode and Intelligent Parallel Mode—may be activated or deactivated
through the OPERATE menu screen. Energy savings must be enabled through the SETUP Context Menu.
Eco Mode
Eco Mode permits the UPS to reduce power consumption by powering the load through bypass power when
utility-supplied power is within acceptable ranges. The inverter will remain in a state that will permit it to resume
supplying power if the utility power goes outside acceptable ranges.
Intelligent Parallel Mode
Intelligent Parallel puts units in Sleep Mode until required to support the load or until the unit is rotated into
operation. Intelligent Parallel rotates units into and out of service, equalizing run time, so that each unit’s service
life will be the same.
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To activate or deactivate Energy Saving Mode:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Touch the SETUP Function Menu.
Touch the Context Menu and select UPS Settings.
Choose ECO Mode. Intelligent Parallel or Disabled from the drop-down menu.
• Choosing Disabled will remove the choices from the OPERATE Context Menu.
Touch Save. The Save button is inactive until the activation state is changed.
Set up the energy saving mode chosen by touching the OPERATE Function Menu, then touching Setup.
Choose from the drop-down menu to enable, disable or force start the selected energy saving mode.
• Choosing Disabled will deactivate Energy Saving Mode.
Touch Save.
Figure 35
Activating Energy Savings Mode
Choose an energy
saving setting
from the
drop-down list.
Touch Setup and use the drop-down
list to enable, disable or force start the
energy saving mode chosen.
3.4
Audible Alarm Enabled or Disabled
The Touchscreen Control Panel permits enabling an audible alarm to alert personnel to problems with the power
supply to the connected load. Enabling or disabling the audible alarm requires Administrator or Service access.
To enable or disable the audible alarm:
1.
2.
3.
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Log in with Administrator or Service access.
Touch the SETUP Function Menu, touch the Context Menu and select UPS Settings.
Enable or disable the Audible Alarm by touching the lighter associated box.
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NO
YES
NO
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LIFE™ Services—Context Menu and LIFE Services Function Menu
3.5
The Context Menu on the OPERATE Function Menu permits initializing LIFE Services. Enabling LIFE Services
requires a maintenance contract, and the service must be enabled and configured by Vertiv Services.
LIFE Services provides increased up-time and operational efficiency through continuous monitoring, expert
analysis and proactive response. Detailed parametric data is continuously captured with advanced technology
embedded in select critical systems. The data is transmitted to an authorized remote service center staffed with
system engineers. Should an operating anomaly or alarm condition arise, the engineer analyzes the information
and initiates an appropriate response to have the critical system quickly, safely, and accurately restored to its
proper operating condition.
To initialize LIFE Services:
1.
2.
3.
Log in with Operator, Administrator or Service access.
Touch the LIFE Services Function Menu.
Telephone the number on the screen and follow the instructions given.
Figure 36
LIFE Services contact
To configure LIFE Services:
1.
2.
3.
Log in with Operator, Administrator or Service access.
Touch the OPERATE Context Menu and select LIFE Services.
Select the appropriate menu item: Status, Support or Actions.
• Status shows whether LIFE Services is enabled and gives details about calls and connections.
• Support shows telephone numbers to contact LIFE Support.
• Actions permits configuring LIFE Services.
Figure 37
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LIFE Services—Menus
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4.0 VIEWING UPS STATUS
The Touchscreen Control Panel interface reports UPS status in multiple ways. The graphic views and text views
will show the same information, but display it differently.
Alarms and certain events will trigger audible alarms and the LED on the bezel, the light bar and the status
header will change color. (Audible alarms will not sound unless enabled.) The scrolling information bar at the top
of the interface summarizes information about the UPS status. The Status Gauge on the UNIT STATUS pane
gives additional details about the UPS status.
4.1
Viewing UPS Data with the Status Gauge
The Status Gauge offers a quick summary of the UPS’s status in a single-unit configuration. In a parallel system,
the gauge shows the status of the unit the touchscreen is installed on. The information shown depends on the
type of UPS and its configuration as well as the choices made in the gauge’s setup. The Status Gauge’s data
options can be chosen by someone with Administrator or Service access.
The additional data will not replace the information shown in the center of the Status Gauge. Touching the
center of the Status Gauge multiple times will cycle through the data.
Figure 38
Default Status Gauge view
Load as a percentage of
UPS capacity and in
output supplied (also
shown in green graph line)
Voltage status for
each phase, input,
output and bypass
Battery charge level
(also shown in green
graph line)
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To change the values shown on the Status Gauge:
1.
2.
3.
4.
If a PIN is required, log in with either Administrator or Service access.
Touch the SETUP Function Menu icon.
Touch the Context Menu icon.
Touch Configure Status Gauge. This opens the DIAL CONTROL SETUP panel, which holds settings for the readings in the
center of the gauge and for the upper and lower metering.
To change the data shown in the center of the gauge:
a. Expand the Center Readings menu by touching the arrow beside it.
b. Highlight or put a check mark (✔) in the check box beside each value to be displayed (see Figures 39 and 40).
NOTE
All possible values may be checked. Touching the center of the gauge multiple times will cycle through the
values.
To change the data shown in the gauge’s upper or lower section:
a. Expand the Upper Meter or Lower Meter menu by touching the arrow beside it.
b. Use the drop-down menu to choose whether the Upper Meter or Lower Meter shows data for the Battery or Load.
(Either the upper or lower part of the Status Gauge may be used to show Load or Battery readings.)
c. Use the sliders to change the Warning Threshold or Critical Threshold (see Figures 39 and 40).
5. Touch the Save button to keep the changes or touch Cancel to exit without saving the changes.
NOTE
The DIAL CONTROL SETUP pane may be also be accessed by touching the Status Gauge and holding it for
about 2 seconds. This requires Administrator or Service access.
Figure 39
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Figure 40
Status Gauge settings options
This drop-down menu permits putting the
Load or Battery readings in the upper or lower
portion of the meter.
UPPER METER
READINGS
CENTER METER
READINGS
Use the sliders to
change the warning
thresholds
Highlight or put a
check mark (✔) in
the box for each
value desired.
LOWER METER
READINGS
4.2
Viewing UPS Data with the Status Panel
More-detailed information about the UPS’s status is readily available through the UNIT STATUS pane. Touching
a component in the animated mimic display brings up data about that component on another pane. Touching a
parameter icon on the UNIT STATUS pane brings up further details about that parameter.
The same data can be viewed by switching to the text view. The length of the lists and order of the details may
require scrolling to see the desired data.
NOTE
A parameter must be visible on the UNIT STATUS screen for details to be viewed. For instance, if the UNIT
STATUS pane does not show the Environmental icon, details about Environmental cannot be viewed.
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Figure 41
UNIT STATUS—Load details
GRAPHIC VIEW
Touch the Load icon
to reveal the
information at left.
Some data in the
columns at left is
summarized in the
Status Gauge.
Data in the columns
in the graphic view is
visible in the text
view by expanding
the parameter. Here,
Load has been
expanded.
TEXT VIEW
Table 3
Load menus
Voltage (L-L)
Real (Active) Power, kW
Apparent Power, kVA
Power Factor
Voltage (A-B)
Current A
Real (Active) Power A
Apparent Power A
Power Factor A
Voltage (B-C)
Current B
Real (Active) Power B
Apparent Power B
Power Factor B
Real (Active) Power C
Apparent Power C
Power Factor C
Real (Active) Power Total
Apparent Power Total
Voltage (C-A)
—
Load Percentage
Load Percentage A
Current C
—
Frequency, Hz
—
Overload Remaining
—
Synchronization Angle Total
Load Percentage B
—
—
—
—
—
—
Frequency Total
—
Synchronization Angle, °
Load Percentage C
Load Percentage Total
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Figure 42
UNIT STATUS—Input details
GRAPHIC VIEW
Touch the Input
icon to reveal the
information at left.
Some data in the
columns at left is
summarized in the
Status Gauge.
TEXT VIEW
Data in the columns in the graphic view
is visible in the text view by expanding
the parameter. Here, INPUT has been
expanded, showing the details.
Table 4
Input menus
Voltage (L-L)
Current
Real Power
Apparent Power
Voltage (A-B)
Current A
Real Power A
Apparent Power A
Voltage (B-C)
Current B
Real Power B
Apparent Power B
Voltage (C-A)
Current C
Real Power C
Apparent Power C
Real Power Total
Apparent Power Total
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Figure 43
UNIT STATUS—Bypass details
GRAPHIC VIEW
Touch the STATUS
icon to reveal the
information at left.
Some data in the columns at left is
summarized in the Status Gauge.
TEXT VIEW
Data in the columns in the graphic view is visible
in the text view by expanding the parameter.
Here, BYPASS has been expanded.
Table 5
Bypass menus
Voltage (L-L)
Voltage (A-B)
Current
Frequency
Current A
Frequency Total
Voltage (B-C)
Current B
Frequency Total
Voltage (C-A)
Current C
Frequency Total
Real Power
Real Power A
Apparent Power
Apparent Power A
Power Factor
PF A
Real Power B
Apparent Power B
PF B
Real Power C
Apparent Power C
PF C
Real Power
Apparent Power
PF
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Figure 44
UNIT STATUS—Battery details
GRAPHIC VIEW
Touch the Battery
icon to reveal the
information at left.
TEXT VIEW
Some data in the pane at left is
summarized in the Status Gauge.
Data in the columns in the graphic view is
visible in the text view by expanding the
parameter. Here, BATTERY has been
expanded to show overall data and
information for Cabinet 1.
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Figure 45
UNIT STATUS—Environmental details
GRAPHIC VIEW
Touch the
Environmental icon
to reveal the
information at left.
TEXT VIEW
Data in the columns in the graphic view is visible
in the text view by expanding the parameter.
Here, ENVIRONMENTAL has been expanded.
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4.3
Logs—Events and Log-In Times
The Context Menu, when opened from the STATUS pane, permits viewing a log of alarms and events that have
occurred on the UPS. The log includes the date and time of occurrence, type (alarm or event), an Event ID,
component affected and a description of the alarm or event. The information is available to all users, including
Observers, those without a log-in passcode.
Events can be sorted by any of the associated information or filtered by severity (Status, Alarm and Fault) or by
component affected (bypass, monitoring or module); see 4.3.1 - Logs—Filtering and Sorting Events).
The Context Menu, when opened from the STATUS pane also permits seeing when various users logged in and
logged out—available by touching Audit Log.
To view the alarms or events:
1.
2.
3.
Navigate to the STATUS pane.
Touch the Context Menu icon.
Touch the log to view: Events or Logs, which includes the Audit Log and UPS Event Log; see Figure 46.
Touching Events opens the list of events and alarms; touching Logs permits viewing the Audit Log or
the UPS Event Log.
Figure 46
STATUS
View alarms, events, log-out times
Touch
Events or
Logs
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4.3.1 Logs—Filtering and Sorting Events
The Events Log permits sorting Events and Filtering Events to ease understanding how the UPS is operating.
To sort events, touch on or just to the right of any of the headings—Type, Event ID, Component or Description. A
small arrow will appear beside the heading, indicating that the Events have been sorted (see Figure 47).
Figure 47
Sorting and filtering events
Arrow shows events
sorted by Type.
Touch the Filter button to filter
events by any of the parameters
in the drop-down list.
Sorting a list follows this logic:
•
•
•
•
•
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If sorting by Component, the list then sorts by Severity, then by Date/Time
If sorting by Date/Time, the list then sorts by Component, then by Severity
If sorting by Type, the list then sorts by Component, then by Date/Time
If sorting by Description, the list then sorts by Date/Time
If sorting by Event ID, the list then sorts by Date/Time.
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4.4
Logs—Exporting Event and Audit Logs
The Touchscreen Control Panel records and retains information about alarms, events and user log-in and log out.
Users of any access level can export these logs as either XML or CSV files for analysis or record keeping. XML
files may be opened with most text editing programs; CSV files may be opened with a spreadsheet program, such
as Microsoft® Excel™.
To export an Event Log or Audit Log:
1.
2.
3.
Navigate to STATUS>Logs, then choose the log to be exported, either the Event Log or Audit Log.
Touch the Export button at the top right of the screen.
In the EXPORT FILE screen that opens:
a. Name the file in the Save As box (an on-screen keyboard will appear).
b. Choose the destination (this may be a memory stick inserted into the Touchscreen Control Panel).
c. Choose CSV or XML in the Format box.
d. Touch Save.
Figure 48
Exporting logs
Touch the
Export button.
Name the file.
Choose the file’s
destination; here
it is an SD card
on the Customer
Connections.
Choose the file’s
format, XML or
comma-separated.
Touch Save.
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5.0 VIEWING UPS COMPONENT STATUS
The animated mimic screen permits viewing details about the main components installed in the UPS and
configured in the Touchscreen Control Panel. The data list opens on the opposite side of the screen and, for
most parameters, expands to show all details for the component selected. The information is available to anyone,
including Observers, who have no PIN number, if PIN’s are required.
Component information may also be viewed by going to STATUS Menu and touching COMPONENTS. Touching
the component name in the COMPONENTS pane brings details of the selected component in the right pane
(see Figure 49).
Figure 49
Component status—STATUS Menu
Main Input is
selected, so the
COMPONENT
DETAILS pane
shows data about
the Main Input.
Figure 50
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Touching any major component on the animated mimic brings up similar details about that component of the
Liebert EXL S1. Scrolling is required to see all faults on some screens.
Figure 51
UNIT STATUS details
Bypass Details
Bypass Input Details
Load Details
Battery Details
Charger/Booster Details
Inverter Details
Rectifier Details
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6.0 STATUS BAR COMPOSITION
The status bar indicates UPS status by:
• scrolling messages to inform viewers; see Tables 9 through 11.
• changing color; green for normal, yellow for warning and red for alarm
• showing an icon inside the bar; shown at right
6.1
Status Bar Messages
Up to three messages may scroll through the status bar to the right of
the status icon. Each message will have a duration of four seconds,
except they change immediately if the system’s status changes.
Table 6
Normal
Warning
Critical
Normal messages—Green status bar
Message 1
Message 2
Message 3
Definition
LOAD ON INVERTER
FREQUENCY CONVERTER
MODE ACTIVE
OUTPUT
FREQUENCY X HZ
The system is in normal operating mode, supplied by the
inverter, and operating as a frequency converter.
LOAD ON INVERTER
X MODE ENABLED
—
The system is in normal operating mode, supplied by the
inverter, and has the specified energy saving modes
configured and enabled.
LOAD ON INVERTER
X MODE ACTIVE
—
The system is in normal operating mode, supplied by the
inverter, and has the specified energy saving modes
active.
LOAD ON INVERTER
OPERATION NORMAL
—
The system is in normal operating mode, supplied by the
inverter, and has no special configurations.
LOAD ON BYPASS
X MODE ACTIVE
—
The system is in normal operating mode, supplied by the
bypass, and has the specified energy saving modes
active.
LOAD ON BATTERY
BATTERY TEST
IN PROGRESS
—
The system is in normal operating mode, supplied by the
inverter via the battery, and a battery test is running.
LOAD OFF
X MODE ACTIVE
—
The system is in normal operating mode; the load is not
supplied by this unit, and has the specified energy saving
modes active.
LOAD ON INVERTER
SERVICE MODE ACTIVE
—
The system is in normal operating condition on the
inverter with the service mode activated.
LOAD ON INVERTER
TEST MODE ACTIVE
—
The system is in normal operating mode for the current
test mode that is activated.
—
The system is in normal operating mode, but the load is
supplied by another UPS module.
—
The system is operating in warning mode, supplied by the
inverter via the battery. There are X minutes of calculated
run time remaining. The precedes the battery low voltage
warning.
LOAD ON OTHER MODULE
LOAD ON BATTERY
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X MINUTES REMAINING
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Table 7
Warning messages—Yellow status bar
Message 1
Message 2
LOAD ON INVERTER
OUTPUT OVERLOAD
LOAD ON INVERTER
OVER
TEMPERATURE
LOAD ON INVERTER
ALARM ACTIVE –
WARNING
VIEW EVENT LOG
FOR DETAILS
The system is operating in warning mode, supplied by the
inverter, and has an active alarm.
LOAD ON BYPASS
LOAD MANUALLY
TRANSFERRED TO
BYPASS
LOAD
UNPROTECTED
The system is operating in warning mode, supplied by the
bypass. The user transferred the load to the bypass so the
system cannot protect itself from source variations.
LOAD ON BATTERY
X MINUTES
REMAINING
LOAD ON BYPASS
ALARM ACTIVE –
WARNING
VIEW EVENT LOG
FOR DETAILS
The system is operating in warning mode, supplied by the
bypass, and has an active alarm.
LOAD ON INVERTER
X MODE ENABLED
ALARM ACTIVE –
WARNING
The system is operating in warning mode, supplied by the
inverter, the specified energy saving modes is configured and
enabled, and has an active alarm.
LOAD ON INVERTER
X MODE ACTIVE
ALARM ACTIVE –
WARNING
The system is operating in warning mode, supplied by the
inverter, the specified energy saving modes is active, and has an
active alarm.
LOAD ON BYPASS
X MODE ACTIVE
ALARM ACTIVE –
WARNING
The system is operating in warning mode, supplied by the
bypass, the specified energy saving modes is active, and has an
active alarm.
LOAD OFF
X MODE ACTIVE
ALARM ACTIVE –
WARNING
The system is operating in warning mode, load off, the specified
energy saving modes is active, and has an active alarm.
LOAD ON INVERTER
TEST MODE ACTIVE
ALARM ACTIVE –
WARNING
The system is operating in warning mode, supplied by the
inverter, running in a system test mode, and has an active alarm.
LOAD ON INVERTER
SERVICE MODE
ACTIVE
ALARM ACTIVE –
WARNING
The system is operating in warning mode, supplied by the
inverter, running in a service mode, and has an active alarm.
LOAD ON BYPASS
TEST MODE ACTIVE
ALARM ACTIVE –
WARNING
The system is operating in warning mode, supplied by the
bypass, running in a system test mode, and has an active alarm.
LOAD ON BYPASS
SERVICE MODE
ACTIVE
ALARM ACTIVE –
WARNING
The system is operating in warning mode, supplied by the
bypass, running in a service mode, and has an active alarm.
LOAD ON BATTERY
TEST MODE ACTIVE
ALARM ACTIVE –
WARNING
The system is operating in warning mode, supplied by the
battery, running in a system test mode, and has an active alarm.
LOAD ON BATTERY
SERVICE MODE
ACTIVE
ALARM ACTIVE –
WARNING
The system is operating in warning mode, supplied by the
battery, running in a service mode, and has an active alarm.
LOAD ON INVERTER
FREQUENCY
CONVERTER MODE
ACTIVE
ALARM ACTIVE –
WARNING
The system is operating in warning mode, supplied by the
inverter, operating as a frequency converter, and has an active
alarm.
LOAD ON MAINT BYPASS
ALARM ACTIVE WARNING
VIEW EVENT LOG
FOR DETAILS
The system is operating in warning mode, supplied by the
maintenance bypass, and has an active alarm.
LOAD ON OTHER MODULE
ALARM ACTIVE –
WARNING
VIEW EVENT LOG
FOR DETAILS
The module is operating in warning mode. The load is supplied
by other UPS modules, and has an active warning.
LOAD OFF
ALARM ACTIVE –
WARNING
VIEW EVENT LOG
FOR DETAILS
The module is operating in warning mode. The load is not
supplied, and has an active warning.
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Message 3
Definition
—
The system is operating in warning mode, supplied by the
inverter, and the system is in overload. The system will go off
inverter at some point.
—
The system is operating in warning mode, supplied by the
inverter, and at least one part of the system is incurring an
overtemperature alarm. This means if the temperature does not
recover, the system will go off inverter at some point.
—
The system is operating in warning mode, supplied by the
inverter via the battery. There are X minutes of calculated run
time remaining. This precedes the battery low voltage warnings.
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Table 8
Critical messages—Red status bar
Message 1
Message 2
Message 3
Definition
LOAD ON INVERTER
OUTPUT OVERLOAD
TRANSFER TO
BYPASS PENDING
The system is in critical operating mode, supplied by the
inverter, and the load is about to be transferred to the
bypass due to overload timeouts.
LOAD ON INVERTER
FAULT ACTIVE - CRITICAL
VIEW EVENT LOG
FOR DETAILS
The system is in critical operating mode, supplied by the
inverter. There is a critical fault raised in the system that
the user needs to check.
LOAD ON BYPASS
LOAD AUTOMATICALLY
TRANSFERRED TO BYPASS
VIEW EVENT LOG
FOR DETAILS
The system is in critical operating mode, supplied by the
bypass. The system moved the load to the bypass due to
a critical fault in the system.
LOAD ON BYPASS
FAULT ACTIVE - CRITICAL
VIEW EVENT LOG
FOR DETAILS
The system is in critical operating mode, supplied by the
bypass. The system is running on bypass not due to autotransfer, and a critical fault is active in the system.
LOAD ON BATTERY
X MINUTES REMAINING
LOAD SHUTDOWN
IMMINENT
The system is in critical operating mode, supplied by the
inverter via the battery. The battery is extremely low and
the load will turn Off or transfer to bypass soon.
LOAD OFF
FAULT ACTIVE - CRITICAL
VIEW EVENT LOG
FOR DETAILS
The system is in critical operating mode, the load is not
supplied by this unit and a critical fault is active.
—
The system is in critical operating mode, the load is not
supplied and no active fault is present.
LOAD OFF
—
LOAD ON BATTERY
FAULT ACTIVE - CRITICAL
VIEW EVENT LOG
FOR DETAILS
The system is in critical operating mode, the system is
running on inverter via the battery, shutdown is not
imminent and a critical fault is active in the system.
LOAD ON INVERTER
X MODE ENABLED
FAULT ACTIVE CRITICAL
The system is in critical operating mode, the system is
running on inverter, with the specified energy saving
mode configured and enabled, and a critical fault is active
in the system.
LOAD ON INVERTER
X MODE ACTIVE
FAULT ACTIVE CRITICAL
The system is in critical operating mode, supplied by the
inverter. The system is running on inverter, with the
specified energy saving mode active, and a critical fault is
active in the system.
LOAD ON BYPASS
X MODE ACTIVE
FAULT ACTIVE CRITICAL
The system is in critical operating mode, the system is
running on bypass, with the specified energy saving
mode active, and a critical fault is active in the system.
LOAD OFF
X MODE ACTIVE
FAULT ACTIVE CRITICAL
The system is in critical operating mode. The system is
NOT running, with the specified energy saving mode
active, and a critical fault is active in the system.
LOAD OFF
TEST MODE ACTIVE
—
The system is Off with TEST MODE active.
LOAD OFF
SERVICE MODE ACTIVE
—
The system is Off with SERVICE MODE active.
LOAD ON INVERTER
TEST MODE ACTIVE
FAULT ACTIVE CRITICAL
The system is in critical operating mode, supplied by the
inverter, running in a system test mode, and has an active
fault.
LOAD ON INVERTER
SERVICE MODE ACTIVE
FAULT ACTIVE CRITICAL
The system is in critical operating mode, supplied by the
inverter, running in a system service mode, and has an
active fault.
LOAD ON BYPASS
TEST MODE ACTIVE
FAULT ACTIVE CRITICAL
The system is in critical operating mode, supplied by the
bypass, running in a system test mode, and has an active
fault.
LOAD ON BYPASS
SERVICE MODE ACTIVE
FAULT ACTIVE CRITICAL
The system is in critical operating mode, supplied by the
bypass, running in a system service mode, and has an
active fault.
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Table 8
Critical messages—Red status bar (continued)
Message 1
Message 2
Message 3
Definition
LOAD ON BATTERY
TEST MODE ACTIVE
FAULT ACTIVE CRITICAL
The system is in critical operating mode, supplied by the
inverter via the battery, running in a system test mode,
and has an active fault.
LOAD ON BATTERY
SERVICE MODE ACTIVE
FAULT ACTIVE CRITICAL
The system is in critical operating mode, supplied by the
inverter via the battery, running in a system service mode,
and has an active fault.
LOAD OFF
TEST MODE ACTIVE
FAULT ACTIVE CRITICAL
The system is in critical operating mode, with LOAD OFF,
running in a system test mode, and has an active fault.
LOAD OFF
SERVICE MODE ACTIVE
FAULT ACTIVE CRITICAL
The system is in critical operating mode, with LOAD OFF,
running in a system service mode, and has an active fault.
LOAD ON INVERTER
FREQUENCY CONVERTER
MODE ACTIVE
FAULT ACTIVE CRITICAL
The system is in critical operating mode, supplied by the
inverter, operating as a frequency converter, and has an
active fault.
LOAD OFF
FREQUENCY CONVERTER
MODE ACTIVE
FAULT ACTIVE CRITICAL
The system is in critical operating mode, operating as a
frequency converter, has an active fault and the load is
not supplied.
LOAD ON MAINT BYPASS
FAULT ACTIVE – CRITICAL
VIEW EVENT LOG
FOR DETAILS
The system is in critical operating mode, supplied by the
maintenance bypass. There is a critical fault raised in the
system that the user needs to check.
LOAD ON OTHER MODULE
FAULT ACTIVE – CRITICAL
VIEW EVENT LOG
FOR DETAILS
The module is in critical operating mode. The load is
supplied by other UPS modules. There is a critical fault in
the system that the user needs to check.
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7.0 LIEBERT EXL S1 EVENTS, WARNINGS AND ALARMS
Table 9
Liebert EXL S1 Status Events
Component
Type
Text Display
ID
Description
Battery
Status
Battery warning
04-000
A warning is pending.
Battery
Status
Battery fault
04-001
A fault is pending.
Battery
Status
Battery idle
04-002
The battery is idle; energy is flowing neither in nor out.
Battery
Status
Battery is discharging
04-004
The battery is discharging.
Battery
Status
Automatic Battery Test Started
04-032
An automatic battery test has been started.
Battery
Status
Battery Test Requested
04-033
(Not supported) see BAW1 bit 4
Battery
Status
Battery Test Failed
04-035
A battery test has failed. Permanent state: a manual reset
is required.
Battery
Status
Battery Test Idle
04-048
The battery test function is not being performed.
Battery
Status
Battery Test Start Pending
04-052
In a parallel system with a common battery, the Start
command is present on some but not all the units.
Battery
Status
Battery Test Stop Pending
04-053
In a parallel system with a common battery, the Stop
command is present on some but not all the units.
Battery
Status
Battery Non-Blocking Fault
04-054
Set when a non-blocking fault is active in the stage.
Battery
Status
Battery Not Connected
04-065
Set when V_BATT1 < 100V (fix threshold). Control always
active independently to battery breaker status.
Battery
Status
Battery is charging
14-003
The battery is being charged.
Battery
Status
Battery Test Running
14-034
Battery test is running.
Battery
Status
Battery Test Not Allowed
14-036
Conditions preclude performing a battery test.
Battery
Status
Battery Test Finished OK
14-037
Battery test finished; active for 5 seconds, then switches
to Battery Test Idle.
Battery
Status
Battery Test Canceled
14-038
(Not supported)
Battery
Status
Battery Test Interrupted
14-050
(Not supported)
Battery
Status
Battery Test Stopped by User
14-051
User has stopped the battery test; active for 5 seconds,
then switches to Battery Test Idle. Valid only for a manual
battery test.
Bypass
Status
Bypass is not present
01-000
—
Bypass
Status
Bypass Is On
01-001
—
Bypass
Status
Bypass Is Off
01-002
—
Bypass
Status
Bypass is stopped due to a fault
01-003
—
Bypass
Status
Bypass not prepared
01-004
Static switch board is not installed or the bypass voltage
is over the threshold (P 106.i04).
Bypass
Status
Bypass fault
01-005
Set when a blocking fault is active in the stage.
Bypass
Status
Bypass warning
01-007
Set when at least one warning is active.
Bypass
Status
Bypass available with delay
01-008
Set when the bypass and inverter are not synchronized.
Bypass
Status
Parallel bypass OK
01-029
All bypass inputs are OK.
Bypass
Status
Parallel bypass one fault
01-030
One bypass input fault exists.
Bypass
Status
Parallel bypass at least one OK
01-031
At least one bypass input is OK.
Bypass
Status
Parallel bypass fault
01-032
All bypass inputs are in fault.
Bypass
Status
Undelayed Bypass Ref. Failure
01-040
Bypass reference failure notification without any delay.
01-041
The internal bypass is disabled; the UPS is using the
centralized / common (MSS) bypass.
Bypass
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Table 9
Liebert EXL S1 Status Events (continued)
Component
Type
Text Display
ID
Description
Bypass
Status
Bypass Non-Blocking Fault
01-042
Set when a non-blocking fault is active in the stage.
Bypass
Status
Bypass Global On Request
01-078
Bypass Static Switch On command request on the shared
bus
Bypass
Status
Bypass Global On
01-079
Bypass Static Switch on global status read from the
shared bus.
Bypass
Status
Bypass Global Off
01-080
Bypass Static Switch Off Global status read from the
shared bus.
Bypass
Status
Bypass mains is out of tolerance
11-006
Bypass failure notification without any delay.
Bypass
Alarm
Bypass Input Switch Open
21-012
Bypass input switch is open.
Charger/Booster
Status
Charger in Standby - (not charging)
03-000
—
Charger/Booster
Status
Charger is on
03-001
—
Charger/Booster
Status
Charger is off
03-002
—
Charger/Booster
Status
Charger Forced On
03-003
—
Charger/Booster
Status
Charger Stopped due to a Fault
03-038
—
Charger/Booster
Status
Charger in Current Limitation
03-039
Displayed as long as the voltage reference is lower than
the nominal.
Charger/Booster
Status
Charging Status OFF
03-040
—
Charger/Booster
Status
Charging Status INIT
03-041
—
Charger/Booster
Status
Charging Status FLOAT 1
03-042
—
Charger/Booster
Status
Charging Status FLOAT 2
03-043
—
Charger/Booster
Status
Charging Status POST
03-044
—
Charger/Booster
Status
Charging Status PAUSE
03-045
—
Charger/Booster
Status
Charging Status MANUAL
03-046
—
Charger/Booster
Status
Charging Status FAULT
03-047
—
Charger/Booster
Status
Buck-Booster Fault
03-048
At least one fault is active.
Charger/Booster
Status
Buck-Booster Warning
03-049
Set when at least one warning is active.
Charger/Booster
Status
Booster Off
03-050
—
Charger/Booster
Status
Booster Turning On
03-051
—
Charger/Booster
Status
Booster On
03-052
—
Charger/Booster
Status
Booster Stopped Due To Fault
03-053
—
Charger/Booster
Status
Booster Runs From Battery
03-054
Status set after a fixed delay equivalent to P1110.
Charger/Booster
Status
Buck-Booster Non-Blocking Fault
03-055
At least one non-blocking fault is active.
Charger/Booster
Status
DC Bus Too Low To Charge
03-061
General
Status
Warning pending
00-000
Set when at least one stage in the core is in warning.
General
Status
Fault pending
00-001
Set when at least one stage in the core is in fault.
General
Status
General Fault
00-002
Set when a fault is active in general stage.
—
General
Status
Parallel Unit
00-003
Set when P129 = 1.
General
Status
External Synch enabled
00-005
Set when P700 = 1.
General
Status
Inverter/Rectifier OFF Command Issued
00-006
Set when command UPS Off is received; resets when
command is not present.
General
Status
Inverter on rectifier
00-009
Inverter is supplied by the rectifier.
General
Status
Inverter on battery
00-010
Inverter is supplied by the battery.
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Table 9
Liebert EXL S1 Status Events (continued)
Component
Type
Text Display
ID
Description
General
Status
Parameter reset active
00-011
Set after a parameter reset. Resets as soon as the
parameter is written.
General
Status
Intelligent Parallel Not Allowed
00-014
Inverter status is not compatible with circular
redundancy.
General
Status
Core Running
00-016
Core running.
General
Status
Operating Request for VFI
00-102
General
Status
SKRU: Inverter start inhibited
00-131
General
Status
General Warning
00-146
Set when a warning is active in the general stage.
General
Status
General Non-Blocking Fault
00-147
Set when a non-blocking fault is active in general stage.
General
Status
Non-Blocking Fault pending
00-148
Set when at least one stage in the CORE is in a
non-blocking fault.
—
Inverter board will check the status of the input/output
contact Function #16 to inhibit the inverter start.
General
Status
General Fault
00-171
Set when a fault is active in general stage.
General
Status
General Warning
00-172
Set when a warning is active in general stage.
General
Status
General Non-Blocking Fault
00-173
Set when a non-blocking fault is active in general stage.
General
Status
General Core Summary Warning
00-174
Set when a customer blocking fault flag is present (not
yet defined).
General
Status
General Core Summary Fault
00-175
Set when at least one customer warning is active. (Not
yet defined)
General
Status
General Core Non-Blocking Fault
00-176
Set when a customer non-blocking fault in stage is set
(not yet defined).
General
Status
Manual Mode Command Pending
00-200
Set when Trinergy Manual command is pending but
global status not confirmed.
General
Status
Synchronize Rectifier Mains Failure
00-219
Request to synchronize the rectifier in case mains failure
affects only one core or unit.
General
Status
One or More Fans Not Working
00-221
Set when one fan out of the entire set of monitored fans
is not working.
General
Status
BCB: Trip command issued
00-226
Enabled by Output Function 47 BCB trip. Battery Circuit
Breaker (BCB) opening command has been issued.
General
Status
Operating Request for Intelligent ECO
00-273
General
Status
Core Sleeping
10-015
General
Status
Intelligent ECO Enabled
10-204
—
General
Status
Intelligent Parallel Enabled
10-205
—
General
Status
Fan Test in Progress
10-220
Inverter
Status
Inverter is off
06-000
—
Inverter
Status
Inverter is turning on
06-001
—
Inverter
Status
Inverter is on
06-002
—
Inverter
Status
Inverter is stopped due to a fault
06-003
—
Inverter
Status
Inverter fault
06-004
Inverter
Status
Synchronization Source: Bypass
06-005
—
Inverter
Status
Synchronization Source: Output
06-006
—
—
Core is sleeping.
Set when fan test is in progress. Valid for either
Automatic or Manual.
Set when a blocking fault is present on the inverter
stage.
Inverter
Status
Synchronization Source: Self Clock
06-007
—
Inverter
Status
Synchronization Source: External
06-008
—
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Table 9
Liebert EXL S1 Status Events (continued)
Component
Type
Text Display
ID
Description
Inverter
Status
Inverter warning
06-010
Set when at least 1 warning is active
Inverter
Status
Inverter out of Synchronization
06-011
Set when the inverter is not synchronized with local
bypass
Inverter
Status
Inverter out of Synchronization
06-016
Set when the inverter is not synchronized with external
synchronization signal.
Inverter
Status
Online operation / VFI
06-018
—
Inverter
Status
VI
06-019
—
Inverter
Status
Intelligent ECO / VFD
06-020
—
Inverter
Status
Intelligent Parallel / CR
06-079
—
Inverter
Status
Intelligent Parallel / CR
06-079
—
Inverter
Status
Intelligent Parallel / CR
06-079
—
Inverter
Status
Operation: ECO mode
06-086
Active if inverter is turning On, the load is on Bypass and
P580=1 (DIM enabled).
Inverter
Status
Inverter in Standby
06-087
—
Inverter
Status
Inverter Ready and Sync
06-088
—
Inverter
Status
Inverter Not Ready
06-089
—
Inverter
Status
Current Limit Last more then 3ms
06-090
Current limit lasts > 3 ms.
Inverter
Status
Inverter Non-Blocking Fault
06-091
Set when a non-blocking fault is active in the stage.
Inverter
Status
Inverter Fault
06-110
Set when CUSTOMER blocking fault flag is present.
Inverter
Status
Inverter warning
06-111
Set when at least one customer warning is active.
Inverter
Status
Inverter Non-Blocking Fault
06-112
Set when a customer non-blocking fault in stage is set.
Inverter
Status
Inverter pending on command
16-029
Load
Status
Load supplied by bypass
07-001
Load
Status
Load Supplied By Maint. Bypass
07-002
Set when load is supplied by Manual Bypass
Load
Status
Load is currently not supplied
07-003
Set when module is not supplying load
Load
Status
Load on low priority line
07-004
Set when the load is supplied by the inverter and P568=1
or when the load is supplied by the bypass and P580=0.
Load
Status
Load on phase U-A > 85%
07-005
—
Load
Status
Load on phase V-B > 85%
07-006
—
Load
Status
Load on phase W-C > 85%
07-007
—
Load
Status
Load warning
07-008
Set when at least one warning is active.
—
Set when load is supplied by Automatic Bypass and
Inverter is OFF
Load
Status
Load supplied by battery
07-026
Set when the load is secured by the inverter and energy
is provided by the battery.
Load
Status
Load Secured by Inverter
07-027
Set when the load is secured by the inverter. This
includes the inverter in VFI or DIM (Eco) Mode.
Load
Status
Load Fault
07-028
Set when a blocking fault is present in the actual stage
(not yet implemented)
Load
Status
Load Non-Blocking Fault
07-029
Set when a non-blocking fault is present in the actual
stage (not yet implemented).
MUN
Status
MUN has a warning
08-000
Set when at least one MUN stage is in warning. (MUN is
Managed Ups Network, a controller component.)
MUN
Status
MUN has a fault
08-001
Set when at least one non-blocking fault is present on
MUN. (MUN is Managed Ups Network, a controller
component.)
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Table 9
Liebert EXL S1 Status Events (continued)
Component
Type
Text Display
ID
Description
MUN
Status
UPS Model detection in progress
08-003
MUN is searching for Model Information.
MUN
Status
MUN initialisation done
08-004
MUN is setup with autodetection.
MUN
Status
MUN reboot required
08-005
MUN detects difference in environment variable
MUN
Status
System Started
08-011
Set at mund Application startup; never reset. (mund is
the application name for Managed Ups Network,)
MUN
Status
Acknowledge Button Pressed
08-025
Acknowledge button has been pressed
MUN
Status
UPS Time not valid
08-026
Set when date is < 1 Jan 2009.
MUN
Status
Life call in progress
08-033
Call in progress.
MUN
Status
Life call rescheduled
08-034
Call rescheduled.
MUN
Status
Life modem not detected
08-035
Set when MUN does not receive replies from modem
08-054
Parameter can not be read from DSP.
• Set when Parameter Reading returns with an
exception
• Reset when Parameter Reading returns with an OK.
MUN
Status
Parameter read failed
MUN
Status
Parameter set failed
08-055
Parameter can not be written to DSP.
• Set when Parameter Writing returns with an
exception.
• Reset when Parameter Writing returns with an OK.
MUN
Status
Life Service Mode
08-060
Life is in Service mode, so emergency calls are not sent
to station (used when an SE is operating on the device in
field).
MUN
Status
Ntp is Disconnected from Touchscreen
08-061
to be filled in
MUN
Status
Life interface Init in Progress
08-079
Set at mund application startup; reset after one second
MUN
Status
Life Events Sampling started
08-095
Ignore events history and restart sampling from current
time.
MUN
Status
MUN/DSP are not Sync with SYNW
08-097
—
MUN
Status
Life Measures Sampling Started
08-098
Ignore measures history and restart sampling from
current time.
MUN
Status
System Time Moved Ahead
08-110
Set when device time is moved ahead after time
adjustment from Life Station.
MUN
Status
System Time Moved Back
08-111
Set when device time is moved back after time
adjustment from Life Station.
Rectifier
Status
Rectifier is off
02-000
—
Rectifier
Status
Rectifier is turning on
02-001
—
Rectifier
Status
Rectifier is on
02-002
—
Rectifier
Status
Rectifier fault
02-004
Set either blocking or non blocking
Rectifier
Status
Rectifier Warning
02-009
Set when at least 1 warning is active
Rectifier
Status
No precharge in progress
02-010
No pre-charge active. Active while mains is out of
tolerance
Rectifier
Status
Precharge in progress
02-011
Hold off delay and resistor pre-charge
Rectifier
Status
Walk-in in progress
02-012
Rectifier current limit ramp.
Rectifier
Status
Precharge finished
02-013
Pre-charge finished. Active while mains is OK
Rectifier
Status
Rectifier Power Limitation Active
02-048
Set when the input current is limited by standard or
customer limit.
Rectifier
Status
Rectifier Current Limit
02-049
Set when input current reaches the limit defined by
P 1740.11 and lasts more 3 ms but less 10 ms.
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Liebert EXL S1 Status Events (continued)
Component
Type
Text Display
ID
Description
Rectifier
Status
Rectifier Non-Blocking Fault
02-050
Set when a non-blocking fault in rectifier stage is set.
Rectifier
Status
Rectifier fault
02-070
Set when CUSTOMER blocking fault flag is present. (Not
yet defined)
Rectifier
Status
Rectifier Warning
02-071
Set when at least one customer warning is active (not yet
defined).
Rectifier
Status
Rectifier Non-Blocking Fault
02-072
Set when a customer non-blocking fault in stage is set
(not yet defined).
Rectifier
Status
Rectifier Stopped - Fault
02-092
Rectifier
Status
Rectifier Inhibited
02-093
Set when the rectifier pulse is inhibited due to DC
overvoltage.
Rectifier
Status
Rectifier mains is out of tolerance
12-005
Mains failure notification without any delay.
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All EXL S1 Events - Alarms
Component
Type
Text Display
ID
Description
Battery
Alarm
Battery under voltage
24-012
The battery voltage is under the shutdown voltage
defined by 5 points of P1513 Shutdown Voltage Table.
This warning causes the inverter to stop. This warning will
be kept as long as the battery voltage is lower than the
Inverter Restart Threshold.
Battery
Alarm
High battery temperature
24-015
Remote Battery Monitoring battery temperature user
alarm (Temp. P1533.1 < T < P1533.2).
Battery
Alarm
Battery temperature out of range
24-016
RBM battery temperature is out of range
-10°C < T < P 1533.1 or 1533.2 < T < 40°.
Battery
Alarm
Temperature Probe Broken
24-017
RBM temperature probe is not responding
(Temp. T < 10°C or T > 50°C or RBM Sensor Status
[bit 3-2] = 11.
Battery
Alarm
Battery Switch Wiring Fault
24-056
Core only: Set when the RBM option is installed with Form
C wiring and related cubicle breaker wiring fails.
Battery
Alarm
Cubicle Battery Switch Open
24-063
Core and Monolithic.
• CORE: set when an RBM option is installed.
• Monolithic: set when IO Function 18 is enabled.
Battery
Alarm
Battery Is Not Connected
24-064
Battery is not connected - warning.
Battery
Alarm
Imminent End Of Autonomy - Volt
24-066
Set if P1590 = 2 or 3.The battery voltage is lower than the
threshold defined by 5 points of P1513 Shutdown Voltage
Table + P 1591 Delta shutdown imminent.
Battery
Alarm
Imminent End Of Autonomy - Time
24-067
Set if P1590 = 1 or 3. The autonomy is below the defined
threshold P1117 Battery stored energy time limit.
Battery
Alarm
BCB Breaker Open
24-068
Enabled by Input Function 21 BCB. Battery Circuit Breaker
(BCB) is open.
Battery
Alarm
Battery Breaker Open
24-072
One or more BIB boards report an open breaker.
Bypass
Alarm
Bypass Input Switch Open
21-012
Bypass input switch is open.
Bypass
Alarm
Bypass mains failure
21-013
Warning set after delay defined by P 110
Bypass
Alarm
Bypass in Overload Condition
21-014
—
Bypass
Alarm
Bypass disabled
21-016
Bypass ON command disabled (SW bypass inhibition to
avoid DC capacitor overcurrent. Detected on DIC Inv.
when DC link higher than ([SQRT2 * Phase voltage RMS] 30V), delay 0.4 seconds).
Bypass
Alarm
Bypass overtemperature
21-017
Set when inverter temp. P 151.01 < T < P 151.02.
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All EXL S1 Events - Alarms (continued)
Component
Type
Text Display
ID
Description
Bypass
Alarm
Bypass mode not auto
21-018
Set when the Bypass Control CAN ID 04002300h is not
AUTO. Normally set in Power Circuit Test page.
Bypass
Alarm
Parallel Bypass Failure
21-038
Set when the input Bypass OK is set.
Bypass
Alarm
Bypass Wrong Phase Rotation
21-083
Bypass input wrong phase rotation.
Charger/Booster
Alarm
Battery Not Connected
23-012
Set when -100V < V_BATT1 < 100V (fix threshold). Control
always active independently of battery breaker status.
Charger/Booster
Alarm
Reversed polarity
23-014
Set when V_BATT1 < -100V (fix threshold). Control always
active independently to Battery breaker status. Inhibits
starting the battery charger.
Charger/Booster
Alarm
Buck-Booster DC Voltage Low
23-056
Booster inhibit when DC voltage < P1135.i03 (to be
verified).
Charger/Booster
Alarm
Buck-Booster Overtemperature
23-057
Set when the temperature is greater than the P 1151 value
(see Overload specification)
Charger/Booster
Alarm
Buck-Booster B Overtemperature
23-067
Set when the temperature is greater than the P 1151 value
(see Overload specification)
Charger/Booster
Alarm
DC Overvoltage
23-080
Set when the DC bus voltage crosses the maximum
threshold of P1753.30 for P1753.31 time.
General
Alarm
System Power UP
00-023
—
General
Alarm
Commissioning / Test Mode
20-018
—
General
Alarm
System Maint. Bypass Switch Closed
20-019
—
General
Alarm
Synchronization system fault
20-022
—
General
Alarm
System shutdown
20-024
—
General
Alarm
The ID Card is missing
20-025
—
General
Alarm
Calibration is started
20-026
—
General
Alarm
Input Air High Temperature
20-027
—
General
Alarm
System Output Switch Open
20-031
—
General
Alarm
System Bypass Switch Closed
20-032
—
General
Alarm
Detected Cores Mismatch
20-127
—
General
Alarm
Communication Loss BIB
20-132
—
General
Alarm
AC Ground Fault
20-133
—
General
Alarm
Communication Loss MI Ph. U-A
20-153
—
General
Alarm
Communication Loss MI Ph. V-B
20-154
—
General
Alarm
Communication Loss MI Ph. W-C
20-155
—
General
Alarm
Communication Loss MI BB
20-156
—
General
Alarm
Motherboard Overtemperature
20-165
—
General
Alarm
PIB Overtemperature
20-166
—
General
Alarm
Cable Conduit Overtemperature
20-167
—
General
Alarm
MIB Overtemperature
20-168
—
General
Alarm
Duplicated Parallel Unit Id
20-169
—
General
Alarm
Parallel Unit Number Mismatch
20-170
—
General
Alarm
Communication Loss MI-B Ph. U-A
20-206
—
General
Alarm
Communication Loss MI-B Ph. V-B
20-207
—
General
Alarm
Communication Loss MI-B Ph. W-C
20-208
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All EXL S1 Events - Alarms (continued)
Component
Type
Text Display
ID
General
Alarm
Communication Loss MI-B BB
20-209
Description
—
General
Alarm
Fan Failure Phase U
20-210
—
General
Alarm
Fan Failure Phase V
20-211
—
General
Alarm
Fan Failure Phase W
20-212
—
General
Alarm
Fan Failure Buck-Booster
20-213
—
General
Alarm
Battery Switch Open - Do Not Close
20-214
—
General
Alarm
CPU Time Slice
20-215
—
General
Alarm
Fan Failure Static Switch
20-222
—
General
Alarm
Fan Failure Board Slot
20-223
—
General
Alarm
I/O Transformer Overtemperature
20-224
—
General
Alarm
DC Overvoltage
20-227
—
General
Alarm
Communication Loss PIB-S1
20-243
—
General
Alarm
Communication Loss PIB-S1
20-244
—
General
Alarm
Communication Loss PIB-S1- I2C
20-245
—
Inverter
Alarm
Inverter DC Undervoltage
26-025
Inverter inhibit when DC voltage < P135.i04.
RMS overload condition.
Inverter
Alarm
Inverter overload
26-026
Inverter
Alarm
The inverter is off
26-027
—
Inverter
Alarm
Inverter pending off command
26-028
—
Inverter
Alarm
Inverter overload
26-031
Set when the overload timeout has reached 100%. This
triggers the request to transfer to bypass with default
configuration.
Inverter
Alarm
Overtemperature Phase U-A
26-101
Set when Phase U temperature is greater than the value
specified by P 151.
Inverter
Alarm
Overtemperature Phase V-B
26-102
Set when Phase V temperature is greater than the value
specified by P 151.
Inverter
Alarm
Overtemperature Phase W-C
26-103
Set when Phase W temperature is greater than the value
specified by P 151.
Inverter
Alarm
Overtemperature B Phase U-A
26-119
Set when Phase U temperature is greater than the value
specified by P 151.
Inverter
Alarm
Overtemperature B Phase V-B
26-120
Set when Phase V temperature is greater than the value
specified by P 151.
Inverter
Alarm
Overtemperature B Phase W-C
26-121
Set when Phase W temperature is greater than the value
specified by P 151.
Inverter
Alarm
DC Overvoltage
26-137
Set when DC bus voltage crosses the maximum threshold
P753.40 for P753.41 time.
Load
Alarm
Output Switch Open
27-009
The output breaker MOB is open.
Load
Alarm
Load is currently not supplied
27-010
Monolithic only: UPS is not supplying the load
Load
Alarm
Retransfer is inhibited
27-011
Load transfer to inverter inhibited due to overload (to be
verified with overload specification).
MUN
Status
MUN has a warning
08-000
Set when at least one MUN stage is in warning.
MUN
Status
MUN has a fault
08-001
Set when at least one non-blocking fault is present on
MUN.
MUN
Status
UPS Model detection in progress
08-003
MUN is searching for model information
MUN
Status
MUN initialisation done
08-004
MUN is setup with autodetection.
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All EXL S1 Events - Alarms (continued)
Component
Type
Text Display
ID
Description
MUN
Status
MUN reboot required
08-005
MUN detects difference in environmental variables.
MUN
Status
System Started
08-011
Set at mund application startup; never reset
MUN
Status
Acknowledge Button Pressed
08-025
Acknowledge button has been pressed.
MUN
Status
UPS Time not valid
08-026
set when date is < 1 Jan 2009
MUN
Status
Life call in progress
08-033
Call in progress
MUN
Status
Life call rescheduled
08-034
Call rescheduled
MUN
Status
Life modem not detected
08-035
Set when MUN does not receive replies from modem.
MUN
Status
Parameter read failed
08-054
Parameter can not be read from DSP.
• Set when Parameter Reading returns with an
exception.
• Reset when Parameter Reading returns with OK.
MUN
Status
Parameter set failed
08-055
Parameter cannot be written to DSP.
• Set when Parameter Writing returns with an
exception.
• Reset when Parameter Writing returns with OK.
MUN
Status
Life Service Mode
08-060
Life is in Service Mode, so emergency calls are not sent to
station. (Used when an SE is operating on the device.)
MUN
Status
Ntp is Disconnected from Touchscreen
08-061
MUN
Status
Life interface Init in Progress
08-079
Set at mund application startup; reset after one second.
MUN
Status
Life Events Sampling started
08-095
Ignore events history and restart sampling from current
time.
MUN
Status
MUN/DSP are not Sync with SYNW
08-097
MUN
Status
Life Measures Sampling Started
08-098
Ignore measures history and restart sampling from
current time.
MUN
Status
System Time Moved Ahead
08-110
Set when device time is moved ahead after time
adjustment from Life Station.
MUN
Status
System Time Moved Back
08-111
Set when device time is moved back after time
adjustment from Life Station.
MUN
Alarm
CAN Communication Loss
28-008
Set when CAN telegram are not received for 10 seconds.
Reset when a general stage telegram is received.
MUN
Alarm
UPS Model cannot be identified
28-056
UPS model not detected.
Rectifier
Status
Rectifier is off
02-000
—
Rectifier
Status
Rectifier is turning on
02-001
—
Rectifier
Status
Rectifier is on
02-002
—
Rectifier
Status
Rectifier fault
02-004
Set as either blocking or non-blocking.
Rectifier
Status
Rectifier Warning
02-009
Set when at least one warning is active.
Rectifier
Status
No precharge in progress
02-010
No pre-charge active. Active while mains is out specified
limits.
Rectifier
Status
Precharge in progress
02-011
Hold off delay and resistor pre-charge.
Rectifier
Status
Walk-in in progress
02-012
Rectifier current limit ramp.
Rectifier
Status
Precharge finished
02-013
Pre-charge finished. Active while mains is OK.
Rectifier
Status
Rectifier Power Limitation Active
02-048
Set when the input current is limited by standard or
customer limit.
Rectifier
Status
Rectifier Current Limit
02-049
Set when input current reaches the limit defined by
P 1740.11 and lasts more 3 ms but less 10 ms.
Rectifier
Status
Rectifier Non-Blocking Fault
02-050
Set when a non-blocking fault in rectifier stage is set.
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All EXL S1 Events - Alarms (continued)
Component
Type
Text Display
ID
Description
Rectifier
Status
Rectifier fault
02-070
Set when a customer blocking fault flag is present (not
yet defined).
Rectifier
Status
Rectifier Warning
02-071
Set when at least one customer warning is active (not yet
defined).
Rectifier
Status
Rectifier Non-Blocking Fault
02-072
Set when a customer non-blocking fault in stage is set.
(not yet defined).
Rectifier
Status
Rectifier Stopped - Fault
02-092
Rectifier
Status
Rectifier Inhibited
02-093
Set when the rectifier pulse is inhibited due to DC
overvoltage.
Rectifier
Status
Rectifier mains is out of tolerance
12-005
Mains failure notification without any delay.
Rectifier
Alarm
Rectifier Input Switch Open
22-014
Rectifier
Alarm
Rectifier mains failure
22-015
Rectifier
Alarm
Wrong phase rotation
22-017
Input line phase rotation is incorrect.
—
—
Warning set after the delay defined by P1110.
Rectifier
Alarm
DC voltage low
22-018
DC link voltage under the threshold defined by P1135.2,
causing PWM inhibition.
Rectifier
Alarm
Out of synchronization
22-020
During the rectifier running it causes the rectifier to stop
temporarily.
Rectifier
Alarm
Peak Input Voltage
22-021
Mains voltage high peak detector trips when
instantaneous voltage exceeded the limit defined by
P 1140.i05.
Rectifier
Alarm
Overtemperature Phase U-A
22-061
Set when Phase U temperature is greater then P 1151
setting (Def = 80°C)
Rectifier
Alarm
Overtemperature Phase V-B
22-062
Set when Phase V temperature is greater then P 1151
setting (Def = 80°C).
Rectifier
Alarm
Overtemperature Phase W-C
22-063
Set when Phase W temperature is greater then P 1151
setting (Def = 80°C).
Rectifier
Alarm
Overtemperature B Phase U-A
22-073
Set when Phase U temperature is greater then P 1151
setting (Def = 80°C).
Rectifier
Alarm
Overtemperature B Phase V-B
22-074
Set when Phase V temperature is greater then P 1151
setting (Def = 80°C).
Rectifier
Alarm
Overtemperature B Phase W-C
22-075
Set when Phase W temperature is greater then P 1151
setting (Def = 80°C).
Rectifier
Alarm
DC Overvoltage
22-102
Set when the rectifier detects DC bus voltage above
threshold P1753.29.
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All EXL S1 Events - Faults
Component
Type
Text Display
ID
Battery
Fault
Battery Test Failure
34-023
Description
—
Battery
Fault
Battery Overcurrent Fault
34-070
BCB Control algorithm has detected an overcurrent condition.
BCB Open command issued.
Battery
Fault
Battery Ground Fault
34-071
Enabled by Input Function 22 BCB GND Fault. Battery ground
fault detector is tripped.
Bypass
Fault
E.P.O.
31-020
—
Bypass
Fault
Bypass hardware failure
31-021
Output voltage is out of tolerance and the bypass input is
within tolerance (SW detected fault monitoring output
signals).
Bypass
Fault
Bypass hardware failure
31-022
Set when the bypass static switch board is not installed
(i.e., bypass voltage < 170 V).
Back feed fault has been detected. Enabled by P142.
Bypass
Fault
Backfeed protection
31-023
Bypass
Fault
Overload
31-026
—
Bypass
Fault
Bypass Failure During Line Support
31-027
—
Bypass
Fault
Parallel Failure During Support
31-028
—
Bypass
Fault
Overtemperature
31-036
Bypass heat sink overtemperature.
Charger/Booster
Fault
Charger Temperature high
33-018
Set when temperature is greater then P 1152 value (see
Overload specification)
Charger/Booster
Fault
Temperature Probe Broken
33-019
Buck booster temperature sensor fault SW detected; based
on M.I. value outside sensor limit interval -15°C < T< +150°C for
60 seconds (P 1780.6).
Charger/Booster
Fault
Charger Temperature high
33-020
Booster/Charger filter overtemperature. (M.I. XP31 pin 1-6).
Charger/Booster
Fault
Charger Desaturation
33-021
Charger desaturation.
Charger/Booster
Fault
Charger Redundant Voltage error
33-022
If the absolute value of the difference between primary and
secondary battery voltage acquisition is greater than a
predefined threshold, a fault is issued and the
Booster/charger is turned Off because the voltage
measurement is corrupted.
Charger/Booster
Fault
Charger DC Bus
33-023
Set when DC voltage +/- is greater than the P753.i15
threshold.
Charger/Booster
Fault
E.P.O.
33-035
—
Charger/Booster
Fault
Charger Voltage Out of Limit
33-025
The charger is switched Off due to an overvoltage on the
battery. The time until switch Off depends on the overvoltage
value.
Charger/Booster
Fault
Buck-Booster Overcurrent
33-058
The current limitation control has tripped the booster.
Charger/Booster
Fault
Booster Desaturation
33-059
Booster desaturation.
Charger/Booster
Fault
Booster and Charger Desaturation
33-060
Charger and booster desaturation.
Charger/Booster
Fault
Charger Temperature High
33-070
—
Charger/Booster
Fault
Charger Temperature High
33-071
—
Charger/Booster
Fault
Temp Probe Module B Broken
33-072
—
Charger/Booster
Fault
Charger Desaturation
33-073
—
Charger/Booster
Fault
Booster B Desaturation
33-074
—
Charger/Booster
Fault
Booster and Charger B Desaturation
33-075
—
Charger/Booster
Fault
Fuse Blown Pos Pole
33-076
Positive line buck booster fuse is blown.
Charger/Booster
Fault
Fuse Blown Neg Pole
33-077
Negative line buck booster fuse is blown.
Charger/Booster
Fault
Fuse Blown Module B Pos Pole
33-078
Positive B line buck booster fuse blown.
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Table 11
All EXL S1 Events - Faults (continued)
Component
Type
Text Display
ID
Description
Charger/Booster
Fault
Fuse Blown Module B Neg Pole
33-079
Negative B line buck booster fuse is blown.
General
Fault
Incorrect power class
30-036
—
General
Fault
DSP Signal Hardware Failure
30-049
—
General
Fault
DSP Signal Hardware Failure
30-049
—
General
Fault
DSP Signal Hardware Failure
30-049
—
General
Fault
DSAVE active
30-053
—
General
Fault
Ambient Sensor Broken
30-059
—
General
Fault
Parallel cable missing
30-071
—
General
Fault
Parallel timeout
30-078
—
General
Fault
Parallel Identification Error
30-079
—
General
Fault
Parallel impossible
30-080
—
General
Fault
E.P.O.
30-145
—
General
Fault
DSP ADC Serial Comm Failure
30-163
—
General
Fault
DSP Signal Software Failure
30-164
—
General
Fault
Fast Desaturation
30-178
—
General
Fault
High Ambient Temperature
30-202
—
General
Fault
Input Contact Wiring Error
30-203
—
General
Fault
SMPS DC Supply Failure
30-216
—
General
Fault
SMPS Single AC Supply Failure
30-217
—
General
Fault
SMPS Double AC Supply Failure
30-218
—
Inverter
Fault
E.P.O.
36-034
—
Inverter
Fault
Overtemperature
36-035
Set when the Phase U temperature is greater than the value
specified by P 152.
Inverter
Fault
Overtemperature
36-036
Set when the Phase V temperature is greater than the value
specified by P 152.
Inverter
Fault
Overtemperature
36-038
Set when the Phase W temperature is greater than the value
specified by P 152
Inverter
Fault
Overload
36-044
Set if the inverter stops for DC bus undervoltage four times in
5 minutes.
Inverter
Fault
Overload
36-045
Set when:
1. Current limit condition occurs at inverter start while the
output voltage is ramping up.
2. Current limit condition lasts more then 200 ms
3. Current limit condition set again after 2nd Dynamic line
Support
Inverter
Fault
Overload
36-046
Set when the RMS overload counter reaches the end.
Inverter
Fault
DC Overvoltage
36-047
Set when DC voltage +/- is greater than P753.i15 threshold
36-048
Set when
• output voltage filtered is above V Nominal + (P106.1 +
P107.1 + P118.0 + P105.0)
OR
• output voltage fast is above V Nominal + (P106.2 +
P118.8 + P105.0)
Inverter
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Fault
Output out of tolerance
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Table 11
All EXL S1 Events - Faults (continued)
Component
Type
Text Display
ID
Description
Set when
• output voltage filtered is below V Nominal - (P106.1 +
P107.1)
OR
• output voltage fast is below V Nominal - (P106.2)
Inverter
Fault
Output out of tolerance
36-049
Inverter
Fault
Output out of tolerance
36-050
—
Inverter
Fault
Output out of tolerance
36-051
—
Inverter
Fault
Output out of tolerance
36-052
—
Inverter
Fault
Output out of tolerance
36-053
—
Inverter
Fault
Output out of tolerance
36-054
—
Inverter
Fault
Inverter DC/AC desaturation
36-055
Desaturation Phase U (Group A)
Inverter
Fault
Inverter DC/AC desaturation
36-056
Desaturation Phase V (Group A)
Inverter
Fault
Inverter DC/AC desaturation
36-057
Desaturation Phase W (Group A)
Inverter
Fault
DC Bus undervoltage
36-059
if (Udc < P135.i04) AND
• (rectifier mains within tolerance) AND
• (rectifier input breaker closed) AND
• (NO Test Mode) AND
• (NO HW-Init) AND
• (60-second delay expired)
Udc is DC Bus Voltage.
Inverter
Fault
Fuse Blown Phase U-A
36-080
Set by M.I. Phase U XP21 pin 7 -8. Indicates output fuse
Phase U open.
Inverter
Fault
Fuse Blown Phase V-B
36-081
Set by M.I. Phase V XP21 pin 7 -8. Indicates output fuse
Phase V open.
Inverter
Fault
Fuse Blown Phase W-C
36-082
Set by M.I. Phase W XP21 pin 7 -8. Indicates output fuse
Phase W open.
Inverter
Fault
Temp Probe Broken Phase U-A
36-104
Inverter temperature sensor fault SW detected; based on M.I.
value outside sensor limit interval -15°C < T< +150°C for
60 seconds (P 780.23).
Inverter
Fault
Temp Probe Broken Phase V-B
36-105
Inverter temperature sensor fault SW detected; based on M.I.
value outside sensor limit interval -15°C < T< +150°C for
60 seconds (P 780.23).
Inverter
Fault
Temp Probe Broken Phase W-C
36-106
Inverter temperature sensor fault SW detected; based on M.I.
value outside sensor limit interval -15°C < T< +150°C for
60 seconds (P 780.23).
Inverter
Fault
Overtemperature Choke Ph. U-A
36-107
Inverter filter overtemperature. Any of Thermal Switch “ALA”
(M.I. XP31 Pin 4-9) active.
Inverter
Fault
Overtemperature Choke Ph. V-B
36-108
Inverter filter overtemperature. Any of Thermal Switch “ALA”
(M.I. XP31 Pin 4-9) active
Inverter
Fault
Overtemperature Choke Ph. W-C
36-109
Inverter filter over-temperature. Any of Thermal Switch “ALA”
(M.I. XP31 Pin 4-9) active
Inverter
Fault
Fuse Blown B Phase U-A
36-122
Set by M.I. Phase U-B XP21 pin 7 -8. Indicates output fuse
Phase U is open.
Inverter
Fault
Fuse Blown B Phase V-B
36-123
Set by M.I. Phase V-B XP21 pin 7 -8. Indicates output fuse
Phase V is open.
Inverter
Fault
Fuse Blown B Phase W-C
36-124
Set by M.I. Phase W-B XP21 pin 7 -8. Indicates output fuse
Phase W is open.
Inverter
Fault
Overtemperature
36-125
Inverter B overtemperature fault Phase U-A
Inverter
Fault
Overtemperature
36-126
Inverter B overtemperature fault Phase V-B
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Table 11
All EXL S1 Events - Faults (continued)
Component
Type
Text Display
ID
Description
Inverter
Fault
Overtemperature
36-127
Inverter B overtemperature fault Phase W-C
Inverter
Fault
Inverter DC/AC desaturation
36-128
Desaturation Phase U group B
Inverter
Fault
Inverter DC/AC desaturation
36-129
Desaturation Phase V group B
Inverter
Fault
Inverter DC/AC desaturation
36-130
Desaturation Phase W group B
Inverter
Fault
Temp Probe B Broken Phase U-A
36-131
Inverter temperature sensor fault SW detected; based on M.I.
value outside sensor limit interval -15°C < T< +150°C for
60 seconds (P 780.23).
Inverter
Fault
Temp Probe B Broken Phase V-B
36-132
Inverter temperature sensor fault SW detected; based on M.I.
value outside sensor limit interval -15°C < T< +150°C for
60 seconds (P 780.23).
Inverter
Fault
Temp Probe B Broken Phase W-C
36-133
Inverter temperature sensor fault SW detected; based on M.I.
value outside sensor limit interval -15°C < T< +150°C for
60 seconds (P 780.23).
Inverter
Fault
Overtemperature Choke B Ph. U-A
36-134
Inverter filter overtemperature. Any of Thermal Switch “ALA”
(M.I. XP31 Pin 4-9) active.
Inverter
Fault
Overtemperature Choke B Ph. V-B
36-135
Inverter filter overtemperature. Any of Thermal Switch “ALA”
(M.I. XP31 Pin 4-9) active.
Inverter
Fault
Overtemperature Choke B Ph. W-C
36-136
Inverter filter overtemperature. Any of Thermal Switch “ALA”
(M.I. XP31 Pin 4-9) active.
Rectifier
Fault
E.P.O.
32-024
Depending on application: A02 stops rectifier
Rectifier
Fault
Rectifier precharge failure
32-025
DC bus under threshold P135.101
Rectifier
Fault
Rectifier precharge failure
32-026
DC bus under threshold P135.102
Rectifier
Fault
Rectifier precharge failure
32-027
KM1 feedback not OK.
Rectifier
Fault
Rectifier Temperature fault
32-028
Rectifier Phase U temperature is greater then P 1152 setting
(def = 95°C).
Rectifier
Fault
Rectifier Temperature fault
32-029
Rectifier Phase V temperature is greater then P 1152 setting
(def = 95°C).
Rectifier
Fault
Rectifier Temperature fault
32-030
Rectifier Phase W temperature is greater then P 1152 setting
(def = 95°C).
Rectifier
Fault
Rectifier DC Overvoltage
32-031
DC overvoltage.
Rectifier
Fault
Rectifier desaturation failure
32-032
Desaturation Phase U (group A)
Rectifier
Fault
Rectifier desaturation failure
32-033
Desaturation Phase V (group A)
Rectifier
Fault
Rectifier desaturation failure
32-034
Desaturation Phase W (group A)
Rectifier
Fault
Rectifier synchronization failure
32-035
During startup, synchronization with the mains is not
achieved in xxx sec.
Rectifier
Fault
Rectifier Overcurrent failure
32-036
Set when input current reaches the limit defined by P 1740.11
and last more 30 ms.
Rectifier
Fault
Fuse Blown Phase U-A
32-055
Set by M.I. Phase U XP21 pin 1 -2. Indicates input fuse Phase U
open.
Rectifier
Fault
Fuse Blown Phase V-B
32-056
Set by M.I. Phase V XP21 pin 1 -2. Indicates input fuse Phase V
open.
Rectifier
Fault
Fuse Blown Phase W-C
32-057
Set by M.I. Phase W XP21 pin 1 -2. Indicates input fuse
Phase W open.
Rectifier
Fault
Temp Probe Broken Phase U-A
32-064
Rectifier temperature sensor fault SW detected; based on M.I.
value outside sensor limit interval -15°C < T< +150°C for
60 seconds (P 1780.6).
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Table 11
All EXL S1 Events - Faults (continued)
Component
Type
Text Display
ID
Description
Rectifier
Fault
Temp Probe Broken Phase V-B
32-065
Rectifier temperature sensor fault SW detected; based on M.I.
value outside sensor limit interval -15°C < T< +150°C for
60 seconds (P 1780.6).
Rectifier
Fault
Temp Probe Broken Phase W-C
32-066
Rectifier temperature sensor fault SW detected; based on M.I.
value outside sensor limit interval -15°C < T< +150°C for
60 seconds (P 1780.6).
Rectifier
Fault
Overtemperature Choke Ph. U-A
32-067
Rectifier filter overtemperature. Any of Thermal Switch “ALA”
(M.I. XP31 Pin 1-6) active
Rectifier
Fault
Overtemperature Choke Ph. V-B
32-068
Inverter filter overtemperature. Any of Thermal Switch “ALA”
(M.I. XP31 Pin 1-6) active
Rectifier
Fault
Overtemperature Choke Ph. W-C
32-069
Inverter filter overtemperature. Any of Thermal Switch “ALA”
(M.I. XP31 Pin 1-6) is active.
Rectifier
Fault
Fuse Blown B Phase U-A
32-076
Set by M.I. Phase U-B XP21 Pin 1 -2. Indicates input fuse Phase
U is open.
Rectifier
Fault
Fuse Blown B Phase V-B
32-077
Set by M.I. Phase V-B XP21 Pin 1 -2. Indicates input fuse
Phase V is open.
Rectifier
Fault
Fuse Blown B Phase W-C
32-078
Set by M.I. Phase W-B XP21 Pin 1 -2. Indicates input fuse
Phase W is open.
Rectifier
Fault
Rectifier Temperature fault
32-079
Rectifier Phase U temperature is greater than P 1152 setting
(def = 95°C).
Rectifier
Fault
Rectifier Temperature fault
32-080
Rectifier Phase V temperature is greater than P 1152 setting
(def = 95°C).
Rectifier
Fault
Rectifier Temperature fault
32-081
Rectifier Phase W temperature is greater than P 1152 setting
(def = 95°C).
Rectifier
Fault
Rectifier Desaturation Failure
32-082
Desaturation Phase U Group B.
Rectifier
Fault
Rectifier Desaturation Failure
32-083
Desaturation Phase V Group B.
Rectifier
Fault
Rectifier Desaturation Failure
32-084
Desaturation Phase W Group B.
Rectifier
Fault
Temp Probe B Broken Phase U-A
32-085
Rectifier temperature sensor fault SW has been detected;
based on M.I. value outside sensor limit interval -15°C < T<
+150°C for 60 seconds (P 1780.6)
Rectifier
Fault
Temp Probe B Broken Phase V-B
32-086
Rectifier temperature sensor fault SW detected; based on M.I.
value outside sensor limit interval -15°C < T< +150°C
fo60 seconds (P 1780.6)
Rectifier
Fault
Temp Probe B Broken Phase W-C
32-087
Rectifier temperature sensor fault SW detected; based on M.I.
value outside sensor limit interval -15°C < T< +150°C for
60 seconds (P 1780.6)
Rectifier
Fault
Overtemperature Choke B Ph. U-A
32-088
Rectifier filter overtemperature. Any of the Thermal Switch
“ALA” (M.I. XP31 pin 1-6) active
Rectifier
Fault
Overtemperature Choke B Ph. V-B
32-089
Inverter filter overtemperature. Any of the Thermal Switch
“ALA” (M.I. XP31 pin 1-6) is active.
Rectifier
Fault
Overtemperature Choke B Ph. W-C
32-090
Inverter filter overtemperature. Any of the Thermal Switch
“ALA” (M.I. XP31 pin 1-6) is active.
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