MTD 700 Series Technical data

UPS
Uninterrupted Power Supply
MTD 700 / 1000 / 1500 / 2000 / 3000
Operating Manual V. 3.1
Article number:
Tower housing
MTD 700:
MTD 1000:
MTD 1500:
MTD 2000:
MTD 3000:
ACX 11MSS70000000
ACX 11MSS1K000000
ACX 11MSS1K500000
ACX 11MSS2K000000
ACX 11MSS3K000000
19 " Rack mountable
MTD 700RM: ACX 11MSR70000000
MTD 1000RM: ACX 11MSR1K000000
MTD 1500RM: ACX 11MSR1K500000
MTD 2000RM: ACX 11MSR2K000000
MTD 3000RM: ACX 11MSR3K000000
Translation of the original operating manual
UPS MTD 700 / 1000 / 1500 / 2000 / 3000
Legal Notice
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by EFFEKTA Regeltechnik GmbH
EFFEKTA Regeltechnik GmbH, 78628 Rottweil, retains the copyright to this
documentation.
This documentation is solely intended for the operator and his staff. The content of this documentation (texts, figures, drawings, graphics, plans, etc.) may
not be copied or distributed in part or in full without our consent in writing, nor
can it be used without authorisation for competitive purposes or given or made
accessible to third parties.
EFFEKTA Regeltechnik GmbH
Rheinwaldstraße 34
D – 78628 Rottweil
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Internet:
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Manual:
Language:
Release date:
Operating manual
English
03/2012
We reserve the right to make changes to the design and the system that
will improve the system, the production process or the product.
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
1.
Introduction ............................................................................................................. 5
1.1
Foreword ................................................................................................................... 5
1.2
Validity ...................................................................................................................... 6
1.3
Storage ..................................................................................................................... 6
1.4
Symbols in this Manual.............................................................................................. 6
1.5
Information Obligation ..............................................................................................10
1.6
Warranty Conditions .................................................................................................10
1.7
Transport and Storage..............................................................................................12
1.8
Positioning................................................................................................................13
2.
Safety Instructions .................................................................................................14
2.1
Introduction ..............................................................................................................14
2.2
Proper Use ...............................................................................................................14
2.3
Avoiding Personal Injury / Property Damage ............................................................15
2.4
Protecting the Environment ......................................................................................15
2.5
Connection ...............................................................................................................16
2.6
Operation .................................................................................................................17
2.7
Handling Accumulators.............................................................................................17
2.8
Maintenance, Service and Malfunctions ...................................................................18
3.
Device Description of UPS.....................................................................................19
3.1
Device Elements on the Front ..................................................................................20
3.2
Device Elements on the Back ...................................................................................26
3.3
Acoustic Warnings of the UPS ..................................................................................34
4.
Storage and Unpacking .........................................................................................35
4.1
Storage of the UPS ..................................................................................................35
4.2
Unpacking the Device...............................................................................................35
5.
System Description ................................................................................................36
6.
Installation and Connection of the UPS ................................................................37
6.1
Connection of the UPS .............................................................................................37
6.2
Communication Connection of the UPS ....................................................................38
6.3
Connection Sequence ..............................................................................................39
7.
The Device and its Operation ................................................................................40
7.1
Operating the UPS ...................................................................................................40
7.2
Operating Manual for the UPS ..................................................................................45
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8.
Starting up the UPS System .................................................................................. 49
9.
Eliminating Errors.................................................................................................. 50
10.
Software ................................................................................................................. 52
11.
Maintenance and Service ...................................................................................... 53
11.1 Measurement of the Bridging Period (Support Period) ............................................. 53
11.2 Replacing the Accumulators .................................................................................... 54
11.3 Service Report ......................................................................................................... 55
11.4 Service Hotline......................................................................................................... 56
11.5 Maintenance and Service Contracts......................................................................... 56
12.
Technical Data ....................................................................................................... 57
12.1 Device Specifications for Tower Housing ................................................................. 57
12.2 Device Specifications for Rack Mountable ............................................................... 59
12.3 Scope of Delivery / (Optional) Accessories .............................................................. 61
12.4 Wear Parts List ........................................................................................................ 63
13.
Requirements from the Declaration of Conformity ............................................. 64
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1.
Introduction
1.1
Foreword
Introduction
Dear Operator,
You are about to operate an uninterrupted power supply.
This operating manual should provide you with support for working responsibly
and give you basic information about the uninterrupted power supply, namely
how it operates, its application and what you should do in the event of malfunctioning. Furthermore, this operating manual contains instructions for the
transport and storage as well as the handling and installation of the uninterrupted power supply.
The plan guidelines in this operating manual only relate to special requirements
for the uninterrupted power supply. During installation, make sure you follow
the national and local requirements for electrical installations.
The content of this device description may change due to technological progress. We have tried to present the content correctly and clearly. If, however,
we have made errors, we would be grateful for information about this.
We are not liable for errors in this operating manual and the resulting consequences.
The uninterrupted power supply is intended to protect sensitive, electrical systems against interruptions that can occur due to poor power quality or mains
failures.
Please read this operating manual carefully and regard in particular the
safety instructions!
If you have questions about the device, our technical supervisor or our employees will be glad to help you.
Your
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Introduction
Validity
The descriptions in this operating manual relate solely to the uninterrupted
power supply defined in the
Technical Data
as a whole or they refer to modules, components and individual parts that were
developed and built by EFFEKTA Regeltechnik GmbH.
 12. Technical Data
1.3
Storage
This operating manual for the device must be stored in the vicinity of the device
at all times so it is immediately available if need be.
1.4
Symbols in this Manual
The abbreviation UPS in this manual stands for the uninterrupted power supply.
Read this documentation carefully and make yourself familiar with the
product before using it.
Store this operating manual in an easily accessible place to refer to it if
necessary.
Please pass this operating manual on to later users of the product.
1.4.1
Danger warning levels
Text that is marked with DANGER! provides a warning about dangers. If
accident prevention measures are not taken, these dangers may result in
serious (irreversible) injuries or even death!
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Text that is marked with WARNING! provides a warning about hazards. If
accident prevention measures are not taken, these hazards may result in
serious (irreversible) injuries or even death!
Text that is marked with CAUTION! provides a warning about hazards. If
accident prevention measures are not taken, these dangerous situations
can lead to slight or medium reversible injuries.
Text that is marked with ATTENTION! contains very important instructions for situations that, if accident prevention measures are not taken,
may result in damage to the product and / or its functions or an object in
its vicinity.
This symbol indicates text that contains important instructions / comments or
tips.
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1.4.2
Warning information
1.4.2.1
Warning about danger spots
Introduction
General warning about danger spots!
1.4.2.2
Specific warning
Warning about dangerous electrical voltage!
Warning for handling accumulators!
1.4.3
Instruction symbols
Regard the provided documentation and/or instructions!
Disconnect before work!
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Introduction
General symbols
●
This dot marks descriptions of activities that you should carry out.
–
This dash marks specifications.

This arrow marks a cross reference.
If a cross reference to another chapter is necessary in the text, this is shortened for clarity.
Example:
 OM, 2 Safety Instructions
This means:
See chapter 2 Safety Instructions.
If the cross reference refers to a page, figure or position number, this information is added at the end of the cross reference.
Example:
 Fig. 4 - 4, Pos. 1
This means:
See position number 1 in figure 4 (in chapter 4
of this manual).
(3)
Numbers in brackets refer to the positions in the figures.
Identifies instructions for recycling.
Identifies components that are subject to the Electronic Scrap Regulation.
Identifies components or parts that must be disposed. Do not throw these in
the household waste.

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The DC circuit breaker is on "OFF."
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Introduction
Information Obligation
This operating manual must be read, understood and all its points regarded by
all persons that are responsible for the
– operation
– cleaning and
– disposal
of the device.
EFFEKTA Regeltechnik GmbH is not liable for damage incurred or caused
by not or insufficiently trained staff!
1.6
Warranty Conditions
The receipt of delivery is considered as the record for the initial purchase and
should be stored in a good place. It will be necessary for making use of the
warranty. If the product is passed on to another user, he has the right to the
warranty for the remainder of the warranty period. The purchase receipt as well
as this declaration should also be given to the new owner if the device is
passed on.
We guarantee that this device, upon delivery, is in a functional state and technically conforms to the descriptions in the appended documentation.
The warranty period for special devices corresponds to the minimum periods
stipulated by law.
The warranty ceases to apply in the following cases:
In the event of defects from: freight damage, accident, natural catastrophes,
misuse, vandalism, improper use, defective maintenance or incorrect repair by
third parties.
– In the event of changes, unauthorised intervention, incorrect operation, another device or accessories, false installation or other modifications not approved by us.
– Improper use such as plugging the device into unsuitable energy sources,
attempts to overload the UPS, use in an unsuitable environment, etc.
– In the event of failure to follow instructions in the provided documentation.
– In the event that the product is incompatible due to possible technical innovations or regulations that occur after the purchase.
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– In the event of incompatibility or malfunctioning that was caused by product
components we did not install.
– In the event of developments that are related to the normal aging process
of the product (wear parts).
– In the event of defects that were caused by external fixtures.
The warranty period for replaced and/or repaired parts as part of this warranty
expires together with the original warranty for the product.
Devices that are sent in without accessories are replaced without accessories.
The return of the device is only accepted if this is done in the original packaging.
Incurred transport costs are generally not included in the warranty.
You shall bear the cost of repair and exchange, and the company is not liable
for damage, whether directly, unintentionally, specifically, or for subsequent
damage, even if it was caused by negligence or other errors.
EFFEKTA Regeltechnik GmbH does not provide either explicit or implicit warranties related to this device and its quality, performance, saleability or suitability for a certain purpose. In some countries, the exclusion of implicit warranties
is not permitted by law. In this case, the validity of all explicit and implicit warranties is limited to the warranty period. With the expiration of these periods,
all warranties lose their validity. In some countries, a limitation of the validity
period of implicit warranties is not permitted by law so that the aforementioned
limitation does not take effect.
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Introduction
Limitation of Liability
Claims to damage compensation are excluded unless they involve intent or
gross negligence by EFFEKTA Regeltechnik GmbH or its employees. This
does not affect liability according to the Product Liability Act. Under no circumstances are we liable for:
– claims that third parties make against you due to losses or damage.
– loss of or damage to your drawings or data or the costs of recovering this
data.
– economic subsequent damage (including lost profits or savings) or concomitant damage, including in the event that we were informed of the possibility of such damage.
Under no circumstances is EFFEKTA Regeltechnik GmbH responsible for
any accidental, indirect, specific, subsequent or other damage of any kind (including, without any limitation, damage related to a loss of profits, interruption
of business, loss of business information, or any other losses) that results from
use of the device or is connected with the device whether it is based on the
contract, damage compensation, negligence, strict liability or other claims,
even if EFFEKTA Regeltechnik GmbH was informed about the possibility of
such damage in advance. This exemption also includes any liability that can
result from the claims of third parties against the initial purchaser.
In some countries, the exemption or the limitation of concomitant or subsequent damage is not permitted by law so that the aforementioned declaration
does not enter into force.
1.7
Transport and Storage
The UPS may only be transported to the intended location in the original packaging. The same applies to moves or returns.
The packaging plays no role as fall protection, so all fallen devices must be
checked by EFFEKTA Regeltechnik GmbH before commissioning.
The device may not be transported or stored on its head.
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Positioning
Do not install in an area in which combustible vapours result e.g. from
petrol tanks, engine compartments, etc.
The UPS is designed for operation in ventilated rooms with a surrounding temperature of 0 ° to 40 °C.
If the UPS is exposed to severe and quick temperature changes, there is danger of condensation. Before you take additional steps, an acclimatisation period of at least 2 hours is to be observed.
Never place or operate the device in a moist environment. Keep liquids away
from the device.
The UPS may not be placed in the vicinity of heat sources.
It is to be placed in a horizontal position.
Ensure that the rear side and the front side of the device are at least 10 cm
from other objects for ventilation in order to prevent trapped air and too much
warming. Ensure that the air openings cannot be covered, e.g. through drawnin paper, fabric, etc.
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Safety Instructions
2.1
Introduction
Safety Instructions
The UPS is a device produced for uninterrupted power supply in accordance with the technology rules and requirements.
The device and its related components, modules and parts meet individually and in their entirety the currently valid safety standards as well as
the standards of the EC Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC.
The device is safe when used properly and under consideration of the
safety requirements and instructions provided in this operating manual.
2.2
Proper Use
The UPS and its related components may only be used for purposes in
accordance with its design - for the short-term supply of electrical devices (230 V AC) that do not exceed the nominal performance in its entirety.
Any other use is considered improper and can lead to personal injury or
damage to the device!
Improper use:
The device is not designed for use
– in explosive,
– dusty,
– radioactive or
– biologically or chemically contaminated atmospheres!
This is class A equipment. This equipment can cause radio interference
in residential areas. In this case, operator may be requested to pursue
appropriate measures!
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Safety Instructions
Avoiding Personal Injury / Property Damage
Please read this operating manual carefully to familiarise yourself with the
device.
In particular, heed the information regarding the installation and commissioning of the device.
Only operate the product in an appropriate and proper way and within the
parameters stated in the Technical Data.
Only perform maintenance and service work that is described in the documentation. Observe the required steps. Only use original replacement parts
from EFFEKTA Regeltechnik GmbH.
2.4
Protecting the Environment
Send the product back to EFFEKTA Regeltechnik GmbH after the end of
its use. We will ensure environmentally friendly disposal.
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Safety Instructions
Connection
Only connect the UPS to an earthed electric safety socket or be sure to
connect it to the protective conductor in the event of a connecting terminal. Under no circumstances may the device may be operated without a
protective conductor.
The socket for home installation must be easily accessible and in
the vicinity of the UPS. Be sure to have the shortest possible cable
lengths for fixed connections.
When operating with a generator, you must ensure the correct polarity of
the connection for the UPS.
To connect the UPS to the socket of the home installation, only use a
VDE tested and CE labelled mains cable. For a fixed connection, an appropriate cable is to be used.
To connect the loads to the UPS, only use a VDE-tested and CE-labelled
cable. For a permanent connection of the loads, an appropriate cable is to
be used.
The protection of the loads must always take place directly on a load,
never centrally at the UPS.
Do not operate any household or craftsman tools such as fan heaters,
vacuum cleaners, drills, hair dryers, toasters, etc. with the UPS.
Do not connect any loads to the UPS, which could overload the device
(e.g. laser printer).
The total earth leakage currents of all the loads connected to the UPS
may not exceed 3.5 mA.
Keep cables as short as possible and always lay them correctly. Dangers
such as stumbling, squeezing, clipping, etc. are to be avoided with the
cables.
To connect the loads to the UPS, only use a VDE-tested and CE-labelled power cables with the appropriate cable diameter. The protection of the loads must
always take place directly on a load, never centrally at the UPS. Do not connect any loads to the UPS, which could overload the device (regard the high
starting currents).
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Safety Instructions
Operation
Before the loads are connected on the output, the basic configuration must be
set. The output voltage in relation to the loads is Very Important.
The UPS system includes energy storage (accumulators). As a result, the output can carry power even if the UPS is not connected on the mains input side.
To completely switch off the UPS, disconnect the mains connector and then
press the "OFF" key for more than 3 seconds, wait until the UPS is switched off
and then disconnect the mains connection (remove the mains power cable
from the device). Make sure that no liquids or foreign bodies enter the UPS. To
protect the UPS, you should avoid a constant load at the output of over 80 %.
The display of the output load is only to be viewed as a reference value. To determine the exact output load, separate measurements are required.
2.7
Handling Accumulators
Attention – Danger of electric shocks and burns.
Accumulators can cause electric shocks and produce high short circuit
currents that can in turn lead to burns.
Unauthorised staff are to stay away from accumulators.
Do not bring accumulators into contact with heat sources or throw them
in the fire. There is an explosion danger!
Do not open or destroy accumulators. The released electrolyte is very
dangerous for people and the environment (searing danger for skin and
eyes, poisonous).
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Safety Instructions
Defective accumulators must be disposed in an environmentally
friendly way.
Do not throw accumulators in household trash under any circumstances.
Local disposal requirements are to be regarded.
2.8
Maintenance, Service and Malfunctions
Attention – Danger of electric shocks.
Even after switching off the device with the power switch or disconnecting the battery supply, parts of the UPS can produce high voltage.
Work on accumulators is only to be conducted and monitored by staff
with appropriate knowledge of the required safety rules.
Unauthorised staff are to be kept away from accumulators.
When working on the UPS and the accumulators, the following precautions are to be taken:
– Wristwatches, rings and other metal objects are to be removed,
– Only use tools insulated in accordance with electrotechnical rules.
– Wear protective gear (safety glasses, gloves, face mask, etc.),
– The UPS may not be disassembled.
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Device Description of UPS
Device Description of UPS
This manual is intended to provide basic information about single-phase offline
UPS systems, namely how they function, the application of different functions
and what you should do in the event of malfunctioning.
Furthermore, this manual contains instructions for the transport and storage as
well as the handling and installation of the UPS system.
The plan guidelines in this manual only relate to special requirements for the
UPS systems. During installation, make sure you follow the national and local
requirements for electrical installations.
The content of this device description may change due to technological progress. We have tried to present the content correctly and clearly. If, however,
we have made errors, we would be grateful for information about this.
We are not liable for errors in this description and the resulting consequences.
The UPS system (uninterrupted power supply system) is intended to protect
sensitive, electrical systems such as computers, work stations, electronic cash
registers, critical instruments for operation, telecommunication systems, process controls, etc. against interruptions that can occur due to poor power quality or mains failures. Sensitive systems of this kind require complete protection
against electrical disturbances. These may involve external disturbances (such
as thunderstorms, operational disturbances) or disturbances from adjacent devices (such as engines, air conditioners, processing machines, welding equipment, etc.).
The mains disturbances can be summarised as follows:
– quick and slow mains voltage peaks, fluctuations;
– mains failure;
– quick and slow frequency peaks, fluctuations;
– mains interference or transients
The UPS system monitors the aforementioned mains parameters and protects
the connected loads by taking appropriate countermeasures (e.g. switching to
support operation in the event of temporary over- or under-voltage in the mains
in order to protect the end devices).
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Device Description of UPS
Device Elements on the Front
The front of the device contains all the operating and display elements required
for normal operation.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
LED display "FAULT"
LED display "WARNING"
LCD display
LED display "NORMAL"
Key "Menu selection"
Key "Menu decrease"
Key "Menu increase"
Fig. 3-1 - 1
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
LED display "FAULT"
LED display "WARNING"
LCD display
LED display "NORMAL"
Key "Menu selection"
Key "Menu decrease"
Key "Menu increase"
Pedestal
Abb. 3-1 - 2
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2
3
4
5
6
Device Description of UPS
LCD display
LED display "FAULT"
LED display "WARNING"
LED display "NORMAL"
Key "LCD"
Key "POWER ON/OFF"
Fig. 3-1 - 2
Front view of MTD 700RM, 1000RM, 1500RM
1 LED display "FAULT"
2 LED display "WARNING"
3 LCD display
4 LED display "NORMAL"
5 Key "Menu selection"
6 Key "Menu decrease"
7 Key "Menu increase"
Fig. 3-1 - 3
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2
3
4
5
6
7
LED display "FAULT"
LED display "WARNING"
LCD display
LED display "NORMAL"
Key "Menu selection"
Key "Menu decrease"
Key "Menu increase"
Fig. 3-1 - 4
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Device Description of UPS
LCD display
The LCD display is intended to display the type of operation and different status values. The following displays can be selected by pressing the up and
down keys:
– Current status
– INPUT VOLTAGE
– OUTPUT VOLTAGE
– INPUT FREQUENCY
– OUTPUT FREQUENCY
– BATTERY VOLTAGE
– BATTERY CAPACITY
– OUTPUT POWER (display of power at the UPS output)
– INSIDE TEMPERATURE (device temperature)
– NEW AC FAIL (new AC failure)
– OLD AC FAIL (old AC failure)
– REC OVERLOAD (AC failure overload)
– VOLT / FREQ SET (output voltage and frequency)
– INPUT (input voltage and frequency)
– OUTPUT (Output voltage and frequency)
3.1.2
LED displays
NORMAL
Flashing:
Constant:
Mains present, UPS switched off (battery charging)
Mains present, UPS switched on
WARNING
The UPS is in overload or battery operation.
FAULT
General device error: Malfunction of inverter, over-temperature
or battery power is absent.
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Device Description of UPS
Keys
Menu selection
The UPS is switched on by simultaneously pressing this key with the menu
down key for approx. 3 seconds. The UPS is switched to test operation by
simultaneously pressing this key with the menu up key for approx. 3 seconds.
In the battery backup mode (mains failure), the acoustic signal provider can be
switched off by simultaneously pressing the menu up key.
Menu down (cursor key)
The UPS is switched on by simultaneously pressing this key with the menu
selection key for approx. 3 seconds. The UPS is switched off by simultaneously
pressing this key with the menu up key for approx. 3 seconds. You can scroll
through the menu (display) by pressing the key once.
Menu up (cursor key)
The UPS is switched off by simultaneously pressing this key with the menu
up key for approx. 3 seconds. The UPS is switched to test operation by simultaneously pressing this key with the menu selection key for approx. 3 seconds.
You can scroll through the menu (display) by pressing the key once.
The device is not started or switched off completely if the "ON/OFF" key combination is not pressed for a sufficiently long time. Where the mains supply is
still switched on via the fuse (placed on the back of the UPS), the charging unit
also remains active after shutting down the UPS.
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Device Elements on the Back
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Communication interface
UPS output
Mains input
Input over-voltage protection (RJ 45)
Output over-voltage protection (RJ 45)
Circuit breaker for mains input
Connection for remote control
Fig. 3-2 - 1
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Communication interface
UPS output
Mains input
Input over-voltage protection (RJ 45)
Output over-voltage protection (RJ 45)
Circuit breaker for mains input
Connection for remote control
Fig. 3-2 - 2
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Back view of MTD 2000
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Mains input
Circuit breaker for mains input
Circuit breaker UPS output 1
Circuit breaker UPS output 2
UPS output 1 (5 x 10A)
UPS output 2(5 x 10A)
Communication interface
Input over-voltage protection (RJ 45)
Output over-voltage protection (RJ 45)
Abb. 3-2 - 3
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Back view of MTD 3000
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1
2
3
4
UPS output
Mains input
Circuit breaker for mains input
Communication interface
Fig. 3-2 - 4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Back view of MTD 700RM, 1000RM, 1500RM
UPS output
Circuit breaker for mains output
Mains input
Input over-voltage protection (RJ 45)
Output over-voltage protection (RJ 45)
Communication interface
Circuit breaker for mains input
Fig. 3-2 - 5
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Back view of MTD 2000RM
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Device Description of UPS
UPS output
Circuit breaker for mains output
Mains input
Communication interface
Input over-voltage protection (RJ 45)
Output over-voltage protection (RJ 45)
Circuit breaker for mains input
Fig. 3-2 - 6
Back view of MTD 3000RM
All the plug connections on the back (exception: RS232 interface) are on
potential mains in the connected state.
Even in an unconnected state, dangerously high voltage on the plug connections can result from the capacities charged within the device.
As soon as the mains input voltage is present, the charging unit is automatically active. Meaning, the internal battery bank is already being charged without
the UPS being started.
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3.2.1
Device Description of UPS
Remote control
An external display can be connected via the remote connection.
3.2.2
Communication interface
After unscrewing the cover, various expansion cards can be used such as
RS232 interface, network adapter, USB interface.
Fig. 3-2 - 7
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Fig. 3-2 - 8
Network connection
Fig. 3-2 - 9
USB interface
Device Description of UPS
UPS output
IEC sockets 10 A and 16 A for the connection of the loads.
The protective conductor must be connected!
Please always regard the indicated input voltage on the identification
label or in the technical data of this manual.
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3.2.4
Device Description of UPS
Mains input
IEC inlet connector 10 A.
IEC inlet connector 16 A with types 2000RM / 3000RM IEC.
Mains connection via appended connection cable with safety plug.
The protective conductor must be connected!
Please always regard the indicated input voltage on the identification
label or in the technical data of this manual.
3.2.5
Input and output over-voltage protection
Over-voltage protection for phone, fax or modem.
3.2.6
Circuit breaker for mains input
In the event of high over-currents or a device defect (e.g. internal short circuit),
the circuit breaker switches it off, and the device is thus immediately separated
from the connected mains.
3.2.7
Circuit breaker for mains output
In the event of high over-currents or a device defect (e.g. short-circuit of the
loads), the circuit breaker switches it off. The load is thus separated from the
UPS.
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3.3
Device Description of UPS
Acoustic Warnings of the UPS
– Support operation and high battery capacity:
The acoustic warning sounds in the following sequence (A)
[Beep -> long pause (4 sec.) -> Beep -> ..., repeating
(5 times, subsequently no more messages)].
– Support operation and low battery capacity:
– Normal operation and low battery capacity (battery LOW)
– Overload 100 % to 125 %:
The acoustic warning sounds in the following sequence (B)
[Beep -> short pause (1 sec.) -> Beep -> ..., repeating].
– Normal operation and overload of 125 % to 150 %:
The acoustic warning sounds in the following sequence (C)
[Beep -> short pause (0.5 sec.) -> Beep -> ..., repeating].
– Malfunction or overload > 150 %:
The acoustic warning sounds with a continuous tone, sequence (D)
[Beeeeeeeeeeeee....p].
– Charging operation: Mains is present, however the UPS is switched off.
The acoustic warning sounds in the following sequence (E)
[Beep -> long pause (2 min.) -> Beep -> ..., repeating].
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Storage and Unpacking
4.
Storage and Unpacking
4.1
Storage of the UPS
If the device is not installed immediately, please consider the following:
Always store the device and its accessories in the original packaging.
Recommended surrounding temperatures for storage are:
+ 0 °C ... + 40 °C.
The device and the packaging are to be protected against moisture.
If the storage period will be longer than 4 months, the UPS and its external battery bank (optional) must be connected with the mains for a period of approx. 8
hours to avoid deep discharge of the accumulators.
4.2
Unpacking the Device
Remove the shipping cardboard and the packaging material.
Always hold the device horizontally.
Check the completeness of the delivery with reference to the delivery note.
If the delivery is incomplete or you have received an incorrect delivery, the
supplier is to be informed immediately.
Also check the delivery for transport damage. Complaints about incurred
transport damage are to be made immediately:
– Keep all the shipping cardboard and packaging material for the
purpose of the review.
– Immediately inform the manufacturer or your supplier.
– Immediately inform the transport company.
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5.
System Description
System Description
The UPS supplies uninterrupted, single-phase voltage for loads that are critical
for operation. In addition to supplying the loads, the device also keeps the internal accumulators charged.
In the event of a mains failure or a mains disturbance (e.g. voltage fluctuations), the UPS continues to supply clean voltage at the UPS output without
interruption.
The energy is obtained from the accumulator bank in support operation.
Fig. 5-1 - 1
Schematic diagram of MTD series
The schematic diagram illustrates the individual device modules and roughly
shows their interaction.
If the mains failure exceeds the bridging period of the UPS, this switches off to
prevent the deep discharge of the battery. With the return of mains voltage, the
UPS starts up again automatically, supplies the loads and controls the charging
of the battery bank.
Exceptional performance features of the MTD series include:
– short amount of time needed to switch to support operation in the event
that the primary mains supply fails;
– real sinusoidal voltage at the output of the UPS, low distortion factor.
– High-performing communication interface (RS232 interface).
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6.
Installation and Connection of the
UPS
Installation and Connection of the
UPS
All the requirements stated in the technical data for the surrounding and operational conditions are to be observed to ensure the perfect operation of the UPS.
In setting up / installing the UPS, the following must be heeded:
Avoid extreme temperatures and air moisture.
Consider the required horizontal installation position.
Make sure that the ventilation of the device is ensured. An appropriate flow
channel is to be considered.
Pay attention to the arrangement of the system. When installing in superordinate systems (e.g. machines, control cabinets), make sure that the
UPS is operated in the indicated temperature range. When heat builds up
within the installation room, it must be removed with a sufficient ventilator.
It may only be attached on the flange (floor plate).
6.1
Connection of the UPS
The models of the MTD series are equipped with plug connections.
The UPS system includes components with high voltage and currents.
Improper handling can lead to electrical accidents with deadly consequences or property damage.
The protective conductor must be connected! If this is not done, the
loads are not earthed.
The connection of the UPS must have the poles correct for generator
operation.
If the UPS system is in an emergency power off (EPO) circuit, it is to be considered that the UPS output will not be powerless if the EPO is activated.
The loads continue to be supplied for the length of the support period.
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Fig. 6-1 - 1
Connection of the UPS and loads
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S:
MTD 3000
10 A
1:
6.2
Installation and Connection of the
UPS
0.75 mm
2
S:
16 A
1:
1.5 mm2
Communication Connection of the UPS
To exchange data with the UPS, a comfortable communication interface is
available.
6.2.1
Communication connection RS232
For the connection, only use the connection cable listed in the chapter
"Accessories" (1 : 1).
Pin
Assignment
2
RS232
Receiving circuit Rx or shutdown SD
3
RS232
Transmission line Tx
5
RS232
GND
The communication interface is completely galvanically isolated.
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Installation and Connection of the
UPS
The UPS can also be forced to shut down immediately via the serial interface
RS232 during support operation.
This is triggered by a permanent + 12 V signal on the Rx receiving circuit
("shut down" - function).
6.2.2
Communication connection USB
An option is to equip the UPS with a USB communication interface.
6.2.3
Communication connection SNMP
An option is to equip the UPS with a SNMP communication interface.
6.2.4
Relay card
An option is to equip the UPS with a relay card.
6.3
Connection Sequence
Connect the UPS with the mains, and make sure the mains and the UPS are
shut off during the process.
Before the loads are connected on the output, the basic configuration must be
set.
Connect the load(s) with the UPS. Make sure that all loads are switched off.
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The Device and its Operation
7.
The Device and its Operation
7.1
Operating the UPS
The operation of this system is characterised by various types of operations
and messages.
7.1.1
Types of operation and messages
Charging operation
If the mains is present and the input fuse is switched on, the UPS is in the
charging operation.
-> The accumulators are already charged, the UPS has not yet started.
Depending on the basic settings, there is no output voltage or the UPS is in
the inverter mode and there is output voltage.
Display/warning:
The green LED (NORMAL) blinks and an acoustic warning sounds in the
sequence (E)
(Beep -> long pause (2 min.) -> Beep -> ..., repeating).
No
output voltage:
With
output voltage:
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The Device and its Operation
Start operation
If the mains is present, the start process begins after pressing the two ON
keys for 3 seconds. Afterwards, the UPS switches to bypass operation for
approximately 10 seconds. Then the mains operation is automatically activated. If no mains was present during the start process, the UPS switches
directly to support operation after the start process.
Only the key "POWER ON/OFF" is pressed for 3 seconds with the types
1000RM and 1500RM.
Display/warning:
The yellow LED (WARNING) lights up during the bypass operation; the
acoustic warning sounds 2 x briefly.
Bypass operation
Mains operation
If the mains is present and if the UPS has completely finished the start
process, the UPS is automatically in mains operation.
-> In this type of operation, the battery bank is charged in accordance with
need.
Display/warning:
Only the green LED (NORMAL) blinks constantly, no acoustic warning.
Mains operation:
Support operation
If the mains fails, the UPS immediately switches to support operation.
Display/warning:
The yellow LED (WARNING) lights up.
The acoustic warning sounds in the sequence (A);
(Beep -> long pause (4 sec.) -> Beep -> ..., repeating).
If the battery falls below the limit of battery low, the warning sounds in the
following sequence (B);
(Beep -> short pause (1 sec.) -> Beep -> ..., repeating).
Battery operation
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The Device and its Operation
Test operation
No test operation is possible for the types 1000RM and 1500RM.
If the UPS is in mains operation, you can switch to test operation by simultaneously pressing, for approx. 3 seconds, the key "Menu selection" and the
key "Menu up." This switches to support operation for approx. 10 sec.
Display/warning:
– red LED (FAULT)
– yellow LED (WARNING)
– green LED (NORMAL).
Display "BAT INVERTER" and yellow LED (WARNING) for approx. 10 sec.
No acoustic warning.
Overload operation
If an overload is present at the UPS output, the UPS switches, independently of the overload, to the inverter mode after a maximum of 30 seconds. You
can switch to the load display by pressing the key "Menu down."
Display/warning before switching:
The green LED (NORMAL) and the yellow LED (WARNING) light up;
The acoustic warning sounds in the sequence (A);
(Beep -> long pause (4 sec.) -> Beep -> ..., repeating).
Display/warning after switching to inverter mode:
Only the yellow LED (WARNING) lights up; the acoustic warning sounds in
a continuous tone sequence (D).
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The Device and its Operation
Faulty operation
If there is a device error, the UPS immediately switches to the inverter
mode. The error operation can be triggered by overload, short circuit on the
UPS output, over-temperature, inverter error or DC/BUS error.
Display/warning in the inverter mode:
An overload causes the yellow LED (WARNING) to light up;
Over-temperature, inverter or DC/BUS errors cause the red LED (FAULT) to
light up;
The acoustic warning sounds sequence (D) in a continuous tone.
Inverter mode
7.1.2
Display of measurement readings
For the types 1000RM and 1500RM you can switch the display via the key
"LCD." Since there is only one key, this is only possible in one direction.
You can switch to the following displays with the keys "Menu down" and
"Menu up":
INPUT VOLTAGE
OUTPUT VOLTAGE
INPUT FREQUENCY
OUTPUT FREQUENCY
BATTERY VOLTAGE
BATTERY CAPACITY
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OUTPUT POWER
INSIDE TEMP
(inside temperature)
NEW AC FAIL
(new AC failure)
OLD AC FAIL
(old AC failure)
VOLT / FREQ SET
INPUT /OUTPUT
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7.2
The Device and its Operation
Operating Manual for the UPS
The operator of this UPS system must always observe the instructions in
this manual. The operator may only undertake the following listed
measures and only with particular care:
Using the operating elements: switch on, start and switch off the
UPS.
Reading the display elements and interpreting the acoustic warnings.
Starting the test operation.
Using the communication interface, whereby the connection to a
computer or other systems must already be present with UPS equipment that have a permanent connection.
The extensive protective functions that the UPS system performs with regard to the load(s) means that the UPS works completely automatically.
Only the switching on and starting or switching off is done by the operator. Furthermore, a data exchange can take place via the communication
interface and/or the SNMP adapter, although this is not absolutely necessary for general operation of the system.
7.2.1
Switching on and starting the UPS
To switch on the UPS, connect the UPS with the supply mains by inserting the
power cable.
Make sure that the mains fuse (back of the device) is inserted. Before initially
starting the UPS, the basic settings must be checked.
The UPS is started by simultaneously pressing both the key "Menu selection"
and "Menu down" (hold down for approx. 3 sec.). Press the "POWER
ON/OFF" key for approx. 3 sec. for the types 1000RM - 1500RM.
After finishing the start procedure, the UPS reaches the appropriate type of
operation.
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7.2.2
The Device and its Operation
Shutting and switching off the UPS
With a running UPS, it is shut off by simultaneously pressing both the keys
"Menu down" and "Menu up" (hold down for approx. 3 sec.). Press the "POWER ON/OFF" key for approx. 3 sec. with the types 1000RM / 1500RM.
The UPS remains in the charging operation mode to keep the accumulators
charged and ready for operation. To completely switch off the UPS system, the
device must be unplugged by separating the power cable from the mains.
7.2.3
Changing the basic settings
Before you change the basic settings, you should consider the following
points:
False settings can cause damage to the UPS and the load.
Inform yourself about the technical data of the connected loads.
Separate all loads from the load output.
Make sure that the UPS is in the switched-off operating mode.
The new settings are only adopted after a complete restart (switch
off; pull mains plug until system stops; reinsert mains plug).
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The Device and its Operation
Basic settings
The changing of these parameters is not possible for types 1000RM / 1500RM.
The following parameters can be changed via the basic settings:
– output voltage (220 V, 230 V, 240 V AC).
– output frequency (50 Hz, 60 Hz) in support operation; the
input frequency must be adjusted.
Scroll with the key "Menu down" in a switched-off state to the display
INVERTER MODE The cursor can now be set to LO or HI with the key "Menu
selection." The voltage threshold for the inverter mode can be changed via the
keys "Menu down" and "Menu up."
Scroll with the key "Menu down" in a switched-off state to the display
VOLT/FREQ SET. The cursor can now be set to Vac (output voltage) or Hz
(output frequency) with the key "Menu selection." The output voltage or the
output frequency, in the switched-off state, can be changed via the keys "Menu
down" and "Menu up."
The output frequency can have the following settings:
– 50 Hz -> Output frequency 50 Hz
– 60 Hz -> Output frequency 60 Hz
Confirm the entry with the key "Menu selection."
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7.2.4
The Device and its Operation
Starting the test operation
This function is not present for the types 1000RM / 1500RM.
Before you start the test operation, you should consider the following
points:
Inform involved employees of your action.
For the sake of caution, please make a backup copy of all the data of
the connected loads.
Leave all the loads turned on so that the load behaviour remains.
Make sure that the UPS is in the mains operating mode.
Press both the key "Menu selection" and "Menu up" for 3 sec. to
switch to test operation.
Such action in this operating mode is only a function test of the UPS. The display of the battery capacity is only a measurement of the charged state of the
battery bank at this moment. A statement about the overall capacity of the battery bank or the connected total support period cannot be derived from this.
7.2.5
Communication
Appropriate software packages are necessary for the exchange of data
between the UPS and a superordinate system. Please see the service spectrum in the chapter "Software."
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8.
Starting up the UPS System
Starting up the UPS System
To ensure error-free start-up, the following points are to be observed:
1. Connect the UPS, with the provided connection cable, to the
mains.
2. Wait until the system test has been concluded.
3. Switch on the UPS by pressing the previously described key combination
(or "POWER ON/OFF").
4. Wait until the UPS is in the mains operating mode.
5. Now switch on the loads successively and observe the load display.
If all the steps have been completed successfully, the UPS must be in the
mains operation mode and the load display should amount to less than 100 %.
6. Now switch off the system (key combination "OFF" or
"POWER ON/OFF").
7. Please wait a few seconds ("refresh").
8. Start the UPS again.
The UPS system should again be in the mains operating mode after the indicated length of 10 sec. This test ensures that the systems will also start with
the connected total load.
The system can now remain ready for operation in this state.
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9.
Eliminating Errors
Eliminating Errors
Only authorised professional staff are to perform work for eliminating errors on the UPS system.
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Problem
Possible cause
Remedy
No function,
no display,
no warning.
The mains is not present or not switched
on for the UPS.
Make sure that all the
cables are connected
and confirm this
through the appropriate voltage measurements. Switch on the
circuit breaker of the
UPS.
The UPS cannot be
started, no warning.
The ON key was not
pressed long enough.
Press the ON key for
a length of approx.
2 - 3 sec.
The UPS is in bypass
operation, the "Fault"
LED lights up, the
display shows "Overload fault," an acoustic
warning sounds.
The UPS is overloaded on the load side.
Separate the loads or
a portion of the loads
from the UPS until the
load display <= 100 %
is showed.
The UPS is in bypass
operation, the "Fault"
LED lights up, the
display shows "Temp.
fault," an acoustic
warning sounds.
The UPS has overheated.
Shut down the UPS,
remove the connected
loads and inform our
service team.
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Problem
Possible cause
Remedy
The UPS is in bypass
operation, the "Fault"
LED lights up, the
display shows "Inverter
fault," an acoustic
warning sounds.
The solar inverter does
not work.
Shut down the UPS,
remove the connected
loads and inform our
service team.
The UPS is in bypass
operation, the "Fault"
LED lights up, the
display shows
"DC_BUS fault," an
acoustic warning
sounds.
The DC link of the
UPS does not work
correctly.
Shut down the UPS,
remove the connected
users and inform our
service team.
The bridging period is
shorter than the nominal value.
The accumulators are
not completely
charged or individual
accumulators are
defective.
Charge the accumulators for more than 8
hours and repeat the
test. If the problem
continues, the accumulators are to be
replaced.
The UPS appears OK,
the loads do not work.
The connection between the UPS and
the loads is defective.
Check the connection
and confirm this by a
voltage measurement.
If the UPS error you have observed cannot be found in the table, please inform
our service team and have the following information at your disposal:
1. Model number, serial number
2. Date on which the problem occurred
3. Detailed description of the problem
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10.
Software
Software
A suitable software package can determine and process the settings and the
operating states of the UPS via the communication interface.
The software packages are available from the manufacturer / dealer or under
the provided service hotline. You will receive useful information about the suited software packages with regard to your application and the UPS.
For more on this, you can also visit our website:
http://www.effekta.com/
The following basic functions are supported by all software packages:
– identifying and displaying the mains state of the UPS
– displaying the UPS output state
– identifying and displaying the charged state of the battery bank
– closing open applications in the event of a mains failure
– shutting down the operating system
– generating report files
– general monitoring of UPS data and states (diagnosis function).
You will find more information about the individual software packages such as
installation, operation and service spectrum in the software manual.
In the chapter "Scope of Delivery / (Optional) Accessories" you will find a
suitable and tested software package.
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11.
Maintenance and Service
Maintenance and Service
You can assume a long service life and uninterrupted operation with minimum
maintenance for your UPS system.
The reliability of the UPS will however be determined primarily by the surrounding conditions. Temperature and moisture in the surroundings of the system
must be kept within the limits. Furthermore, the area around the UPS should
be as clean and free of dust as possible.
With an ideal surrounding temperature of 22 °C, the typical service life of the
accumulators amounts to approximately 4 years. By using special accumulators, the service life can be significantly increased (approx. 8 - 10 years).
At regular intervals (6 - 12 months), you should check that the remaining bridging period is sufficient for the intended purposes. If this is not the case, the accumulators must be exchanged.
11.1
Measurement of the Bridging Period (Support
Period)
Before you begin with this procedure, you should be sure to make a
backup of all open data records. Also inform all involved employees.
To measure the support length, there are primarily two methods.
Method a)
is suited for measuring the actual support period, whereby the loads will
inevitably become powerless at the end of the bridging period.
Method b)
permits the determination of the remaining capacity after a defined support period. In the process, the loads usually do not become powerless.
To apply one of the named methods, force the UPS into support operation by simulating a mains failure (e.g. trigger building's security system).
Do not remove the power cables under any circumstances, since then the
protective conductor is separated. After completing the measurement,
switch on the circuit breaker again and start the UPS as usual with the
ON key.
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Maintenance and Service
Remember that the accumulators of the system are discharged after the
measurement, which means that the UPS system must work for a few hours
(at least 5 hours) in the mains and charging operation before it is ready for use
again at approx. 80 %.
If the measurement of the support period is not carried out due to local conditions or directives, we recommend a prophylactic replacement of the accumulators every two years to avoid the risk of an insufficient support period on account of degenerated accumulators.
11.2
Replacing the Accumulators
Before you begin with this procedure, please regard the listed safety instructions. Carry out the work in the stated sequence. Be sure to use
safety tools. Before beginning work, make sure that the UPS is switched
off and separated from the supply mains.
Only professional staff may perform work on the accumulator bank. They
must be specially trained in the handling of accumulators.
It must be considered that high voltage is still present in a shut-off device. This includes e.g. the voltage of the accumulator bank, charging
voltage of mains capacitors. Appropriate safety measures are to be taken
against electrical shocks.
In this manual, the replacement of accumulators is not described in more
detail due to the aforementioned dangers.
For appropriate professional staff, a separate description is available upon request.
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11.3
Maintenance and Service
Service Report
Always enter all the maintenance and service work that has been performed on
the UPS system in the service report.
Date
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11.4
Maintenance and Service
Service Hotline
Should problems with the UPS arise against expectations or if you need safetyrelevant information, please contact our service hotline under the phone or fax
number:
Phone no.: 0049 / (0) 741 – 17451-52
Fax no.:
0049 / (0) 741 – 17451-29
Should it not be possible to call by phone, we have created an e-mail contact
for you:
ups@effekta.com.
You can also directly contact the area or branch important for you at the following internet address.
http://www.effekta.com/html/kontakt.html
11.5
Maintenance and Service Contracts
EFFEKTA Regeltechnik GmbH offers you appropriate maintenance and other
services to ensure the greatest possible reliability and availability of the UPS
system. We can also support and help you in the following areas with our professional staff as part of a maintenance contract:
Regular review of the systems, especially the accumulators, as well as a
prompt exchange and disposal of the accumulators.
Review of the UPS installation.
Disposal of defective or degenerated components.
Environmentally-friendly disposal of the accumulators.
You will find the entire spectrum of our services at:
http://www.effekta.com/html/service.html
or contact us directly under the aforementioned addresses.
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Technical Data
12.
Technical Data
12.1
Device Specifications for Tower Housing
MTD model
700
1000
1500
2000
3000
Power
Power in VA
700
1000
1500
2000
3000
Power in W
438
625
938
1250
1875
8 min
6 min
6 min
4 min
3 min
Bridging
period
Nominal load
Input
Nominal voltage
230 V AC
Input voltage area
Output
45~ 70 Hz Auto-sensing
Boost start threshold /
shut down
195.5 VAC ± 2 % / 205.5 V AC ± 2 %
Boost start threshold /
shut down
264.5 VAC ± 2 % / 254.5 V AC ± 2 %
Under-voltage warning
threshold/ All clear
170 VAC ± 2 % / 180 V AC ± 2 %
Over-voltage warning
threshold / All clear
300 VAC ± 2 % / 290 VAC ± 2 %
Output voltage
Voltage tolerance
Frequency tolerance
DC start
170~ 300 VAC
Input frequency area
Can be set on the LCD display to 220, 230, 240 V AC
Line mode ± 15 %, Battery mode < 3 % RMS
Line mode 50 Hz or 60 Hz, Battery mode ± 0.1 Hz
Power factor
0.625
Voltage form
Sinusoidal
Efficiency
> 80 %
Cold start
Yes
Switching
Typical
time
Battery
Nominal voltage
24 VDC
Number of blocks x
Nominal capacity / Block
2 x 7 Ah
Type
Life expectancy
Charging time
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36 VDC
3 x 7 Ah
3 x 9 Ah
6 x 7 Ah
Closed, maintenance-free VRLA batteries
approx. 5 years (depending on the environmental
conditions) option for 10 years
approx. 5 hours
to 90 %
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Display
Acoustic
alarm
700
Technical Data
1000
3000
UPS type, UPS status, in-/output voltage/ frequency,
load, battery- volt. / capacity, temp.
LED
Normal (green) / Warning (orange) / Fault (red)
Battery operation
Sound every 4 seconds
Battery low
Sound every second
UPS malfunction
Uninterrupted sound
Overload
Sound 2x per second
Card slot
Equipped with RS 232 interface in standard version.
Optionally available cards: USB, Relay AS400, SNMP,
optocoupler
Environmental Temperature
conditions
Humidity
0 °C – 40 °C
0 – 95 % not condensing
Operation height
< 2000 m above sea level
< 55 dBA @ 1 m
Noise during
operation
Housing
Steel plate tower / plastic front
Protective class
Dimensions
(H x W x D in mm)
Weight
Connections
2000
LCD
Interfaces
Mechanical
1500
IP 20
470 x
210 x 145 x 380
16.5 kg
Input
210 x 145 x 445
17,5 kg
22.5 kg
1 x IEC (10 A)
195 x
475
37 kg
1 x IEC
(16A)
Output
Standards
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3 x IEC
6 x IEC
LVD
EN 62040-1-1:2003
EMC
EN 62040-2:2006
10 x IEC
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UPS MTD 700 / 1000 / 1500 / 2000 / 3000
12.2
Device Specifications for Rack Mountable
MTD model
Power
Technical Data
700RM
1000RM
1500RM
2000RM
3000RM
Power in VA
700
1000
1500
2000
3000
Power in W
438
625
938
1250
1875
4 min
3 min
2 min
4 min
3 min
Bridging
period
Nominal load
Input
Nominal voltage
230 V AC
Input voltage area
Output
170~ 300 VAC
Input frequency area
45~ 70 Hz Auto-sensing
Boost start threshold /
shut down
195.5 VAC ± 2 % / 205.5 V AC ± 2 %
Boost start threshold /
shut down
264.5 VAC ± 2 % / 254.5 V AC ± 2 %
Under-voltage warning threshold / All
clear
170 VAC ± 2 % / 180 V AC ± 2 %
Over-voltage warning
threshold / All clear
300 VAC ± 2 % / 290 VAC ± 2 %
Output voltage
Can be set on the LCD display to
220, 230, 240 V AC
Voltage tolerance
Line mode ± 15 %,
Battery mode < 3 % RMS
Frequency tolerance
Line mode 50 Hz or 60 Hz,
Battery mode ± 0.1 Hz
Power factor
0.625
Voltage form
Sinusoidal
Efficiency
> 80 %
DC start
Cold start
Yes
Switching
time
Typical
Battery
Nominal voltage
Number of blocks x
Nominal capacity /
Block
Type
Life expectancy
Charging time
MTD Series
< 4 msec.
24 VDC
4 x 6V/ 7Ah
36 VDC
3 x 9 Ah
6 x 7 Ah
Closed, maintenance-free
VRLA batteries
approx. 5 years (depending on the environmental
conditions) option for 10 years
approx. 5 hours to 90 %
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Model
Display
Acoustic alarm
Technical Data
700
1000
1500
2000
3000
RM
RM
RM
RM
RM
LCD
UPS type, UPS status, in-/output voltage/ frequency,
load, batt. volt. / capacity, temp.
LED
Normal (green) / Warning (orange) / Fault (red)
Battery operation
Sound every 4 seconds
Battery low
Sound every second
UPS malfunction
Sound 2 x per second
Card slot
Equipped with RS 232 interface in standard version.
Optionally available cards: USB, Relay AS400,
SNMP, Modbus
Interfaces
Environmental
conditions
Uninterrupted sound
Overload
0 °C – 40 °C
Temperature
Humidity
0 – 95 % not condensing
Operation height
< 2000 m above sea level
Noise during
operation
Mechanical
Housing
< 55 dBA @ 1 m
Steel plate tower / plastic front
Protective class
Dimensions
(H x W x D)
Weight
3Connections
Input
Output
Standards
MTD Series
IP 20
1 HE x 19" x 515 mm
18.0 kg
20,5 kg
19”x
465 mm
24,5 kg
36,9 kg
1 x IEC (10 A)
5 x IEC
3HE x
2 HE x
19" x
465 mm
1 x IEC (16 A)
6 x IEC
LVD
EN 62040-1-1:2003
EMC
EN 62040-2:2006
10x IEC
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UPS MTD 700 / 1000 / 1500 / 2000 / 3000
12.3
Technical Data
Scope of Delivery / (Optional) Accessories
In the following, you will find a list of components that are specially approved
and tested by EFFEKTA Regeltechnik GmbH for this UPS (please check the
completeness of the delivery immediately after receiving the goods).
12.3.1
Scope of delivery MTD 700, 1000, 1500, 2000, 3000
Units Description
1x
Function / View:
UPS electronics
incl. internal
batteries
Article no.
MTD 700:
ACX 11MSS70000000
Scope
of delivery
X
MTD 1000:
ACX 11MSS1K000000
MTD 1500:
ACX 11MSS1K000000
MTD 2000:
ACX 11MSS2K000000
MTD 3000:
ACX 11MSS3K000000
1x
Operating
manual
1x
SWSKLANPOWSHXXXX
Software pack- CD-ROM mains-enabled shutage "PowerShut down and diagnosis software
Plus"
1 licence for Windows/Novell
1 licence for UNIX, LINUX, MAC
1 licence for RCCMD (network
remote client)
1x
LAN/RS232
connection
1x
Connection
cable (IEC 10 A
straight)
2000RM/3000
RM (IEC 16 A
straight)
1x
Printed manual - English
Interface connection cable
MTD Series
WSSSKSRS2321M800
X
X
X
X
WSPSKSK10AG1M600
WSPSKSK16AG1M600
X
Output cable
(IEC 10 A
straight)
For MTD 3000
to Tower
ZBBSKHMTDSEREE31
WSPSKKK10AG1M500
Cover up
Plastic bracket (Pedestal)
ZBBSKMMT3KTSTF00
ZBBSKMMT3KTLLA00
x
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12.3.2
Scope of delivery for MTD 1000RM, 1500RM, 2000RM,
3000RM
Units Description
1x
Technical Data
Function / View:
UPS electronics
incl. internal
batteries
Article no.
MTD 700RM
Scope
of delivery
X
ACX11USR70000000
MTD 1000RM:
ACX11MSR1K000000
MTD 1500RM:
ACX11MSR1K500000
MTD 2000RM:
ACX11MSR2K000000
MTD 3000RM:
ACX11MSR3K000000
1x
Operating
manual
1x
SWSKLANPOWSHXXXX
Software pack- CD-ROM mains-enabled shutage "PowerShut down and diagnosis software
Plus"
1 licence for Windows/Novell
1 licence for UNIX, LINUX, MAC
1 licence for RCCMD (network
remote client)
1x
LAN/RS232
connection
1x
Connection
cable (IEC 10 A
straight)
MTD 2000RM
(IEC 16 A
straight)
1x
2x
8x
Printed manual - English
Interface connection cable
ZBBSKHMTDSEREE31
WSSSKSRS2321M800
X
X
X
WSPSKSK10AG1M600
WSPSKSK16AG1M600
X
Output cable
(IEC 10 A
straight)
WSPSKKK10AG1M500
Mounting
brackests
Screws each
rack
ZBBSKMMT3KRB1900
MTD Series
X
X
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12.3.3
12.4
Technical Data
Communication interfaces / (optional accessories)
Description
Article number
USB plug-in card
ZOP/USB
Relay plug-in card
ZOP/AS400
Optocoupler plug-in card
ZOP/DB9
SNMP mini slot plug-in card
GE/32CS121MINI
Wear Parts List
The components listed in the following are subject to normal aging and are not
covered by the warranty for this UPS:
Wear part
Function
Article number
XXXX XX XX **
Accumulator (battery)
12 V xx Ah
Energy storage
Depending on the
mounting, see accessories or request
information
** You will find the wear part description of the battery in the
mounted accumulators or upon request.
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UPS MTD 700 / 1000 / 1500 / 2000 / 3000
13.
Requirements from the
Declaration of Conformity
Requirements from the
Declaration of Conformity
The CE-labelled UPS to the following EU directives and harmonised standards:
EU directives:
LVD 2006/95/EC
EMC 2004/108/EC
Harmonised standards: EN 62040-1-1:2003
EN 62040-2:2006
You can receive an EU declaration of conformity for products with a CE label
upon request at the following address:
EFFEKTA Regeltechnik GmbH
Rheinwaldstr. 34
78628 Rottweil
Phone no.: 0049 / (0) 741 –17451-0
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UPS MTD 1000 / 1500 / 2000 / 3000
UPS MTD 1500L / 2000L
Notes
MTD Series
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UPS MTD 1000 / 1500 / 2000 / 3000
UPS MTD 1500L / 2000L
Notes
MTD Series
66
UPS MTD 1000 / 1500 / 2000 / 3000
UPS MTD 1500L / 2000L
Notes
MTD Series
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EFFEKTA Regeltechnik GmbH
Rheinwaldstraße 34
D – 78628 Rottweil