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Owner’s
Operating
Manual
S SERIES
CONTINUOUS POWER SYSTEM
MODELS COVERED:
S1500-601
CLARY SCIENTIFIC INC.
150 E. Huntington Drive
Monrovia, California 91016
Telephone 626-359-4486
800-44 CLARY
Fax. 626-305-0254
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CLARY CORPORATION
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THE CONTINUOUS POWER
COMPANY
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TITLE
PAGE
TABLE OF CONTENTS..................................................................................................... 2
INTRODUCTION................................................................................................................ 3
TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION ............................................................................................. 4
PACKAGING ..................................................................................................................... 6
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION................................................................................................ 7
SUMMARY OF INDICATORS AND CONTROLS............................................................ 10
INSTALLATION ............................................................................................................... 11
OPERATION.................................................................................................................... 12
SIGNALS AND INTERFACING ....................................................................................... 13
SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................................... 14
CARE AND MAINTENANCE ........................................................................................... 15
SERVICE AND REPAIR .................................................................................................. 16
THE CONTINUOUS POWER COMPANY
INTRODUCTION
C
ongratulations! You have selected the highest
quality protection for your continuous power
needs. This unit offers a quiet and compact
package with superior performance you can
depend on. You now own a S Series Continuous Power
System (CPS) which is an all Digital Technology product
manufactured by Clary Corporation, the first name in
uninterruptible power system (UPS) reliability. The S
designation denotes a custom configuration offshoot
from the standard DT Series. This means the addition of
an input isolation transformer and a medical grade
duplex output receptacle. The Continuous Power
System is the highest order in the hierarchy of UPS
products. When power problems occur, there can be no
compromising the reliability of your power solution. The
S Series Continuous Power System is your complete
power solution.
This Users Manual is provided with your new
S Series unit. It will enhance your understanding of the
product and its functions. Read this handbook carefully
in the order it is presented prior to operating your unit.
This will save you time and effort in your installation and
application. The illustrations will also familiarize you with
this unit’s operating modes and indications. Always
operate the unit within the guidelines and specifications
given to maximize the unit's efficiency and lifetime. Also,
your understanding of the product is essential in
providing you years of service for your continuous power
requirements.
This unit has been manufactured and tested to meet
specific safety standards. It meets UL and FCC
requirements and complies with safety performance
standards.
INDICATIONS FOR USE
The S Series Continuous Power System is
manufactured by Clary Corporation. This product is not
intended for providing power to life support equipment.
Product not intended for use other than as specified in
this document.
DISCLAIMER
Clary Corporation accepts responsibility for the safety,
reliability and performance of this device only if
operational procedures, proper maintenance and repairs
are performed by appropriately qualified persons working
in accordance with the directions presented. Any and all
equipment modifications must be authorized in writing by
Clary Corporation and executed by appropriately
assigned, qualified personnel. The electrical installation
at the site must comply with all applicable local electrical
codes and IEC requirements.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
This manual contains important safety instructions that
should be followed during installation and maintenance
of the UPS and batteries. Be aware of the following
symbols and their meaning as they appear throughout
the manual:
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Consult the accompanying documents
prior to operating the equipment to
ensure safe operation.
This device requires an alternating
current power source.
Conductors carrying high voltage are
nearby and could be hazardous if
contacted.
Chassis earth (ground) location on the
device
FCC-Federal Communications Commission
This equipment generates and uses radio frequency energy
and if not installed and used properly in strict accordance with
the manufacturer's instructions, may cause interference to radio
and television reception. All units in this manual have been
tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A
computing device in accordance with the specifications in
Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to
provide reasonable protection against such interference in a
commercial installation. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause interference to radio and television
reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment
off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
Reorient the receiving antenna.
Relocate the UPS with respect to the receiver.
Move the UPS away from the receiver.
Plug the UPS into a different outlet so that the UPS and
receiver are on different branch circuits.
If necessary, the user should consult the dealer or an
experienced radio/television technician for additional
suggestions. The user may find the following booklet prepared
by the Federal Communications Commission helpful:
"How To Identify and Resolve Radio-TV Interference Problems"
This booklet is available from the U.S. Government Printing
Office, Washington, DC 20402, Stock No. 004000003454.
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TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION
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Only after properly rated power is returned, does the
microprocessor reconnect the input source back into
the system.
The microprocessor is directly tied to an external
RS232 connector port. This allows the user to
monitor and even set some of the operating
parameters. With a simple link to a personal
computer using the DT-UPS2 software program, you
can actually view, on your monitor, the event history
of the power distribution system with the
S Series unit as the central hub. More sophisticated
users may implement the optional SNMP package to
accomplish full Network Power Management.
he Digital Technology S Series Continuous
Power System (CPS) is a revolutionary new
concept in total power protection and
management. The S Series is a
microprocessor-based UPS that now allows the user
to set most of the control feature parameters. By
directly linking a personal computer to the S Series
RS232 port, frequency settings and operation, alarm
signals, load switching, fan operation, etc. can all be
programmed to meet specific application
requirements.
The S Series is a true on-line, continuous power
UPS. In the tradition of Clary products, the
S Series generates the same high quality and
proven reliability to provide the best power
protection available for today’s critical applications.
In keeping with state-of-the-art design, the power
electronics are completely governed by an on-board
microprocessor. Given the powerful memory
capability of today’s microcontrollers, this
microprocessor has evolved the UPS into an all-inone complete power distribution and monitoring
center. Not only is your critical load insured of the
most reliable and constant power available, but the
user may now continuously track status of the
supply components that keep the entire system
operational. Production downtime can now be
virtually eliminated by knowing exactly what patterns
the supply utility power maintains and by knowing
exactly the condition and life expectancy of the
battery reserve.
Reference the block diagram for a simplified
explanation of the system’s operation. The AC utility
source is connected to the power and microelectronics when the input switch is closed. The
input line is filtered, power factor corrected and
rectified for enhanced performance without
disturbing other equipment that may share the same
utility circuit. In S units, an input isolation
transformer is added. Output transformers, SNMP
adapters and many other options are available.
The microprocessor controls an Inverter Generator
that produces a low harmonic, AC sinewave for
continuous power applications.
When the input AC utility line fails, the battery circuit
within this system takes over to ensure continuous
power.
BATTERY-DESCRIPTION
Your system contains sealed, maintenance free
lead acid batteries manufactured by Enersys,. It
consists of six (6) NPX-25FR, 12 volt 5.0 amperehour (AH) batteries. They are connected in series to
form a 72 volt bus. Batteries are charged with a
constant current, half (0.5) amp charger. The
microprocessor controls the constant current
charging until full charge requirements are met, then
a periodic trickle charge is programmed to the
battery.
A low battery signal is generated during discharge
when the terminal voltage reaches the point where
the microprocessor determines there is 2 minutes
left of battery reserve time. This time can be
changed through the RS232 communications port.
The battery is protected by a system cutoff signal
which is activated before the terminal voltage
reaches an unsafe discharge point.
WARNING: Never attempt to service batteries,
high voltage exists within the unit which could cause
electrical shock. Servicing of batteries should be
performed or supervised by personnel
knowledgeable of batteries and the required
precautions. Keep unauthorized personnel away
from batteries. When replacing batteries use the
same number and type. The battery pack has a
keyed, polarity sensitive connector. Replace only
with factory authorized replacement parts.
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DB-9
CONTACTS
DB-9
RS232
UTILITY
INPUT
INPUT
ISOLATION
TRANSFORMER
MICROPROCESSOR
CONTROLLER
COMMON
MODE
CHOKE
VOLTAGE
WINDOW
DETECTOR
POWER
FACTOR
CORRECTOR
RECTIFIER
EMERGENCY
CUTOFF
SWITCH
+ DC
RAILS
AC
INVERTER
GENERATOR
STANDBY
BATTERY
CHARGER
BYPASS LINE
FIGURE 1: S SERIES BLOCK DIAGRAM
COMMON
MODE
CHOKE
LOAD
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PACKAGING
Y
our UPS has been carefully packaged to
withstand most abuse sustained during
shipment. The packing material has been
specifically designed to protect this system for
normal handling, using most shipping carriers. If
there is significant damage to the carton, or if there
is any physical damage to this unit, report this to
your carrier.
These units are encapsulated in a protective wrap
that comes apart once the product is removed from
the shipping carton. Save all packing material for
future use.
Take extra precaution when removing or returning it
to the box. Because this unit contains a battery, it
can be quite heavy. Never attempt to unpack the
equipment unassisted.
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During shipping and storage do not expose this
product to rain or high humidity.
The packaging also contains important information
on use and care as well as valuable warranty
information. Read all materials before storing this
literature with your other valuable product
documents.
STORAGE
If this unit is to be stored, it is recommended to
refresh the internal batteries at least once every 90
days. To do this, plug the system in, turn the power
ON/OFF switch “ON” and allow to idle for at least 24
hours.
FIGURE 2: UNPACKING YOUR UPS
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION
T
his section will point out and illustrate the
various indicators, functions and controls of
the S Series UPS. Pictured is the front view
of the system, then followed by the rear view.
The important attributes of the S Series unit are
numbered to assist you in locating them on your
machine and also to fully explain its function and
how it relates to system operation.
Numbers on the drawing will correspond to the
operating component’s name at the bottom with a
brief identification. In the next section, a complete
explanation of all numbered items will be enhanced
to ensure you have a full understanding of the
operation of this system.
Visual indicators used on the front panel are long
lasting, very efficient, light emitting diodes (LED).
When operating the push-button switches, always
hold the switch in for at least two seconds to insure
function confirmation. This feature has been
implemented into the system design to avoid
inadvertent operation of any of the user-available
functions.
The rear panel has been equipped with two load
receptacles that supply the output of your UPS.
Outputs can be independently switched on or off via
the front control panel.
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9
10
11
6
7
13
12
UPS
COMPARTMENT
14
AIR INTAKE,
COOLING
3
2
4
LIFTING
HANDLE
5
1
TRANSFORMER
COMPARTMENT
FIGURE 3: FRONT VIEW,
FRONT PANEL CALLOUTS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
SYSTEM POWER SWITCH
AC In - Input line indicator
Inverter - Inverter operating indicator
Battery Level - Charge/discharge indicators
Load Level - Output capacity indicators
Cold Start - DC start switch
COLD START ACKNOWLEDGE INDICATOR
Load I - Enable switch for top output
receptacles
9
10
11
12
13
14
LOAD I ACKNOWLEDGE INDICATOR
Load II - Enable switch for a bottom output
receptacles
LOAD II ACKNOWLEDGE INDICATOR
Alarm Silent/Test - Dual function switch
ALARM SILENT/TEST ACKNOWLEDGE
INDICATOR
Alarm - Fault indicator
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LIFTING
HANDLE
20
19
18
22
UPS
COMPARTMENT
23
AIR EXHAUST,
COOLING
16
17
TRANSFORMER
COMPARTMENT
21
15
FIGURE 5: REAR VIEW
REAR PANEL CALLOUTS
15
INPUT AC Line cord L5-20P or L6-15P(240Vin)
To IEC320
19
SIGNAL - Open-collector signal contacts
16
INPUT LINE FUSE – Input line protection
20A 250V
DC INPUT - Auxiliary battery connector for 72VDC
system
120VAC OUTPUT System output
20
RS232 - Computer communications signals
21
IDENTIFICATION LABEL
22
23
SNMP – (Optional) Slot for network monitoring
OUTPUT FUSES – Output Receptacle Fuses
20A 250V
17
18
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SUMMARY OF INDICATORS AND CONTROLS
SYSTEM POWER SWITCH - The main control
switch that engages utility power to the entire unit.
By activating this switch it initializes normal
operation.
AC In - The utility input indicator that identifies
status of the line voltage. If the line voltage is within
the specified range, it will remain lit. If the AC input
is out of range, this indicator will flash in 1 to 2
second intervals.
Inverter - This indicator identifies the status of the
regenerated, conditioned protected output power.
This indicator will stay ON as long as protected
power is available from the power inverter generator.
Battery Level - This is the battery status bar graph.
During normal operation, this bar graph will show the
charging of the battery; all indicators lit will represent
a fully charged battery. During battery operation,
this bar graph represents a discharge meter
indicating less battery time available as each light
goes OFF.
Load Level - This is the system output capacity
status bar. The number of lights on the graph
indicate an approximate percentage of system full
load. All lights being ON would indicate full load.
Cold Start - A momentary push-button switch to
activate the system in the event no utility power is
available. The system will be allowed to start up by
using power from its internal battery. Depress this
switch, the indicator above it will light, and hold it in
until the audible alarm beeps once. The system will
maintain a load depending upon the condition of the
battery.
Load I - A momentary push-button switch that
toggles the output LOAD I AC output terminals at the
rear panel. Unless the unit is powered up using the
Cold Start switch, the output load will normally be
connected to the inverter generator output. The
indicator above the switch will be ON to represent
this. Depressing the switch can disconnect the
output. While the switch is depressed, the indicator
will blink to represent transition. Once the indicator
stops blinking, the switch can be released for a
successful transition.
Load II - A momentary push-button switch that
works identical to LOAD I except it corresponds to
the LOAD II AC output terminals at the rear panel.
SNMP – (Optional) A slot available to install an
interface card to provide system network
management.
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Alarm Silent/Test - A momentary push-button
switch that controls two different functions
depending on the mode of operation. In the normal
mode of operation, if this switch is depressed and
held in, the above indicator will blink. Once it stops
blinking, the unit will perform an internal 1 to 2
minute battery check. Once the test is completed, if
the battery is below standards, the system will
indicate that the battery needs replacing. The
system will not run this battery test unless the
battery is detected to be fully charged. During
battery or abnormal operation, an audible alarm will
accompany this mode. By depressing this switch,
the adjacent indicator will blink. When it stops
blinking, the alarm will be silenced. Once the fault or
reason for the alarm is corrected, this audible alarm
condition will automatically reset. The audible alarm
can be re-enabled during abnormal conditions by
pressing and holding the switch again.
NOTE - All switches must be held in for at least two
seconds to engage their function. This is to prevent
any inadvertent switch operation.
Alarm - This is a fault indicator that will light in the
event that the inverter generator is non-operable.
This could be due to an over temperature situation
or an inverter malfunction.
INPUT – An input cord with L5-20P(120Vin) or
L6-15P(240Vin) to an IEC320(UPS).
FUSE – The power protection device for the input
circuitry.
DC INPUT - The auxiliary battery input connector to
add optional batteries for extended backup time.
120VAC OUTPUT (Load I & Load II) - The output
receptacle that can be independently controlled by
the corresponding front panel switch. During normal
operation, inverter generator power is supplied at
these outlets. Three separate hardwire circuits have
been provided. They are individually protected by
circuit breakers.
SIGNAL - A DB-9 subminiature, female connector
that outputs the open-collector signal contacts that
generate a low state during utility interrupt, low
battery and inverter off conditions.
RS232 - A DB-9 subminiature, female connector that
outputs true RS232 computer communications
signals.
IDENTIFICATION LABEL - The model number and
serial number of the system is located here. This
label is located on the underside of the unit Always
refer to this information when corresponding with the
factory.
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INSTALLATION
T
he UPS unit is designed for installation in a
protected environment. Some important
points to consider when positioning a unit for
operation:
CAUTION: UPS SHALL NOT BE USED WITH
LIFE SUPPORTING EQUIPMENT AND SHALL BE
NON-PATIENT CONTACT EQUIPMENT.
CAUTION: EXTERNAL BATTERIES ARE NOT
TO BE CONNECTED IF THE UNIT IS USED IN
THE PATIENT VICINITY.
A properly rated (preferably dedicated) outlet is
accessible for the six-foot power cord, supplied
with the unit. It is not recommended to modify the
supplied cord in any way nor should an extension
cord of any kind be used.
The cord paths in the system installation should
remain clear of foot traffic or anything else that
may disturb permanent connection.
The installation site should maintain an ambient air
temperature of less than 104oF (40oC). When the
environment for the system remains cooler during
operation, there is less stress on the batteries and
the internal electronics.
The air inlets, vents and fan should not be
obstructed or blocked in any way. The more
breathing space the system has, the cooler it
operates.
The air should remain free from excessive dust
and chemical fumes.
Once a location has been selected and the unit is
installed, it is ready for operation.
Allow at least 8 hours, after the system is first
installed, to fully charge the internal battery to a
maximum state.
ACCESSARY EQUIPMENT: Connected to analog
and digital interface must be certified according to
the respective IEC standards (i.e. IEC 60950 for
data processing equipment and IEC 60601-1 for
medical equipment). Furthermore all configuration
shall comply with the system standard IEC 60601-1.
Everybody who connects additional equipment to
the signal input part or signal output part configures
a medical system, and is therefore responsible that
the system complies with the requirements of IEC
60601-1. If in doubt, consult the technical services
department or your local representative.
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OPERATION
O
nce the system has been properly installed,
it is ready to operate. The following
procedures will explain how to start-up the
system while plugged into rated electrical
power and also how to start-up with no AC power
available.
Normal Operation on AC Start-Up:
• Verify that the unit is plugged into properly rated
electrical power.
• Position the System Power Switch to the ON
position.
The system will proceed through about a threesecond diagnostic where all the lights will sequence
ON then OFF. The AC IN light will flash several times
and the audible alarm will give a short burst. The
AC IN light will then stay ON and the battery level
meter will light to at least an 80% level. The
INVERTER light will come ON. and power will be
available at all the output receptacles. The LOAD I
and LOAD II will come ON.
Actual load may be connected at any time during
this procedure, however, power is only available
when the light above either of the LOAD switches is
ON continuously.
Battery Operation after AC Start-Up:
• Unplug the unit from the standard wall outlet.
The AC ON light will flash at two to three second
intervals. Within 5 seconds, the audible alarm will
sound at half-second intervals.
• Push and hold in the ALARM SILENT/TEST
switch until the audible alarm is inhibited.
If operation were to continue in this mode, the
BATTERY LEVEL meter would start to turn OFF, one
light at a time starting from the top. Once the last
light is left and the preprogrammed battery
availability time (usually about 2 minutes) is
reached, the alarm will sound in a constant tone.
Had the alarm been previously silenced, it would still
re-enable to alert the user of limited operation. This
alarm can also be silenced as before. If the unit is
allowed to operate further, it will time out and shut
off completely. If power were to return, the unit will
automatically restart and return to the condition it
was in at the moment it went into Battery Mode.
DC Start Operation (Cold Start)
If no utility power is available at the time backup
power is required; the unit may be started to
accomplish abbreviated tasks. The limitations of the
battery prevent extended operations at full load.
• Position the System Power Switch to the ON
position.
•
Push and hold in the COLD START switch until
the audible alarm beeps.
The unit will start up similarly to normal AC start-up
except the AC IN LED will continue to flash. The
LOAD outputs will come up in the OFF mode when
using the COLD START feature.
Loading the System
The system can be loaded up to full rated load. As
load is applied, the LOAD METER will start to turn
ON. Once full load is achieved, the full LOAD
METER should be lit. As additional load is applied,
the top red OVERLOAD LED will come ON. If too
much overload is applied, the audible alarm will
sound. If this increased load is not removed within
five seconds, the unit will discontinue output
operation and latch into an alarm condition. The
audible alarm will continue to sound and the ALARM
LED will light. Reducing the load and cycling the
System Power Switch OFF then ON can reset the
system.
Programming the Outputs:
The outputs on startup can be programmed ON or
OFF. The default mode is programmed to turn both
load circuits ON whenever you power up the UPS on
AC startup. They will stay energized until you turn
OFF the UPS, the batteries run down during a power
outage or if the appropriate load button is pressed.
To program both loads to be OFF when the UPS is
turned ON:
• Turn the UPS OFF.
• Turn the UPS ON while pressing and holding the
ALARM SILENT/TEST switch.
• The UPS will come ON with both loads OFF and
will remember this setting each time the unit is
turned ON.
To program both loads to come ON:
• Turn the UPS OFF.
• Turn the UPS ON while pressing and holding
both LOAD I and LOAD II switches (this
definitely requires both hands). The UPS will
remember this combination the next time it is
powered ON.
To program LOAD I or LOAD II to come ON
individually at startup:
• Turn the UPS OFF.
• Turn the UPS ON while pressing and holding
either LOAD I or LOAD II switches.
The UPS will remember this combination the next
time it is powered ON.
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SIGNALS AND INTERFACING
t the rear of the unit are two DB-9
subminiature, female connectors. These are
provided for communications links to a
computer or sophisticated monitoring device.
SIGNAL provides open-collector outputs that
typically signal Utility Interrupt and Low Battery
conditions. A system shutdown feature is also
available on this port. Applying a short between Pin
6 and Pin 7 will cause the system to shutdown in
battery mode. This conserves the battery life once
A
an orderly shutdown has been accomplished. The
system may be configured to shutdown by applying
a +5 to +12V signal across the appropriate pins.
Contact the factory for configuration details.
RS232 is a true computer communications signal
port.
The open-collector signal outputs can be converted
to dry contact closures, as an option. Below is the
pin out of the two connectors with their default
assignments:
OPEN-COLLECTOR CONNECTOR (SIGNAL)
2-
UTILITY INTERRUPTED SIGNAL
4-
COMMON SIGNAL RETURN
5-
LOW BATTERY SIGNAL
6-
+ UPS SHUTDOWN
7-
- UPS SHUTDOWN
GND
RX
TX
DB-9F
5
3
2
+5V
RS232 CONNECTOR
2-
TRANSMITTING DATA (TX)
3-
RECEIVING DATA (RX)
6
1KΩ
8
6 & 8- DATA SET READY
5-
SIGNAL GROUND
DSR
RS232 CONNECTOR
LOW BATTERY
LOW BATTERY
UTILITY INTERRUPTED
1
5
1
5
DB-9F
DB-9F
6
9
6
-
SIGNAL: OPEN-COLLECTOR CONTACT
CONNECTOR
9
+
+
SYSTEM
SHUTDOWN
UTILITY INTERRUPTED
SYSTEM
SHUTDOWN
-
SIGNAL: DRY CONTACT CLOSURE (OPTION)
CONNECTOR
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SPECIFICATIONS
ELECTRICAL
S1500-601
DESIGN
Input
Voltage (Auto-selectable)
120~ or 240~ +10%, -20%
(without Battery discharge)
Power Factor Corrected
IAW MIL STD. 1399 Sec. 300
Frequency
50Hz / 60Hz
Current
15.6A @ 120V~
Standard Features
Power Factor Corrected, Digital
Regenerative™ On-Line, Sinewave
Inverter Powers Load Continuously
Extended Brownout Protection
Designed for Non-linear Loads
Continuous Operation on
-20%,+12% Line
Automatic Bypass
RS232 Data Interface
Software Selectable Output
Frequency
AC Output Switch
Auxiliary Battery Connector
Optional SNMP Interface
Specifications
UL60601-1 Design
FCC Class A
IEEE 587/ANSI C62.41
7.8A @ 240V~
Output
Voltage
120~ ± 3%
Frequency
50Hz / 60Hz (software select)
Line Sync (software select)
Current
12.5A @ 100% non linear load
Power
1500VA, 1050W, 0.7pf
MTBF
In Excess of 100,000 Hours
Crest Factor Ratio
(Non-linear load and
less than 5% THD) Typical
@50% Load
@75% Load
@100% Load
Typical Recharge Time to
85% Capacity at 100% Load
8 Hours
Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)
3% Typ; 5% Max.
(@100% Non-linear load)
Dynamic Response
±4% for 100% Step Load
Change,
0.5 Millisecond Recovery Time
Overload
110% for 10 Minutes;
200% for 0.5 Seconds
Efficiency (UPS)
85% Typ.
Up to 4.8:1
Up to 3.2:1
Up to 2.4:1
CONTROLS AND INDICATORS
Visual Indicators
Sequenced LEDs
Single LED
Battery Level, Load Level
AC Input, Inverter On, Fault
Fault Silent, AC Output,
Cold Start, Replace Battery
Front Panel Controls
Power On, Cold Start
Fault Silence, Battery Test
AC Output On/Off
Batt Back-up (Full load\Half load)
5min\17min
Audible Alarms
UPS Protection
Input and Output Short Circuit;
Input and Output Overload;
Excessive Battery Discharge
Utility Interrupt, Inverter Failure
Overload, Low Battery
RS232 Data Interface (DB-9F)
Full Interactive, Remote Computer
Monitoring and Control of UPS
Functions.
ENVIRONMENTAL
Operating Temperature
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o
Compatible with Systems
Enhancement UPS Monitor &
Control Software
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32 F to 104 F (0 C to 40 C)
Humidity
0% to 95% Non-condensing
Altitude
Sea Level to 10,000 Feet
Open-Collector (DB-9F)
Audible Noise
39-42 dBA at Five Feet
Optional SNMP Interface
MECHANICAL
Allows Alarm Function Monitoring
(RJ45)
Allows Full Control and Monitoring
Over Network Connection.
Specifications subject to change without notice.
Input Inlet (6’ Line Cord Provided)
L5-20 Plug(120V~) or L6-15
Plug(240V~) to IEC320
Output (Qty.)
(1) Duplex 5-15R
Cooling
Low Velocity, Temperature
Controlled Reversible Forced
Air
Dimensions HxWxD in(cm)
14.1(36) x 6.9(17.5) x 21(53)
Weight lbs (kg)
80 (36)
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THE CONTINUOUS POWER COMPANY
CARE and MAINTENANCE
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his device is designed to be maintenance-free.
It can be cleaned with a slightly damp cloth or
nonabrasive cleanser.
WARNING: Do not use ACETONE-BASE
cleaning solutions. Keep cleaning solutions out of
the electrical receptacles on this device.
Be sure filters, vents and fans are kept free from
accumulation of dust, dirt or lint. Below is a simple
maintenance schedule that will assist you in keeping
the system at its peak level of performance and also
minimizing potential premature failures.
Your system contains sealed maintenance-free
batteries. When situated in the proper environment,
with the proper charging and limited cycling, these
batteries can last many years.
WARNING: Never attempt to service batteries.
High voltage exists within the unit which could cause
electrical shock. Servicing of batteries should be
performed or supervised by personnel
knowledgeable of batteries and the required
precautions. Keep unauthorized personnel away
from batteries. When replacing batteries, use the
same number and type batteries.
CAUTION - Do not dispose of battery or batteries
in a fire. The battery may explode.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION - Do not open or mutilate the battery or
batteries. Released electrolyte is harmful to the skin
and eyes. It may be toxic.
CAUTION - A battery can present a risk of
electrical shock and high short circuit current. The
following precautions should be observed when
working on batteries.
1. Remove watches, rings, or other metal objects.
2. Use tools with insulated handles.
3. Wear rubber gloves and boots.
4. Do not lay tools or metal parts on top of
batteries.
5. Disconnect the charging source prior to
connecting or disconnecting battery terminals.
6. Determine if the battery is inadvertently
grounded. If inadvertently grounded, remove
source of ground. Contact with any part of a
grounded battery can result in electrical shock.
The likelihood of such shock will be reduced if
such grounds are removed during installation
and maintenance.
The internal rechargeable battery is recyclable. At
the end of its useful life, under various state and
local laws, it may be illegal to dispose of this battery
into the municipal waste stream. Check with the
factory for details in your area for recycling options
or proper disposal.
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RECOMMENDED PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
TIME
TASK
TOOLS REQ’D
Every 6 mo.
Test battery operation, check back-up time
None
Every 12 mo.
Thoroughly clean unit
Vacuum, brush
Every 42 mo.
Replace battery
3/8 Hex Nut Driver
Every 72 mo.
Replace cooling fan
Screwdriver
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INITIAL;
THE CONTINUOUS POWER COMPANY
SERVICE AND REPAIR
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our S Series UPS is backed by one of the
finest customer service teams available.
Write or call them at any time to obtain more
information about your unit.
The RMA number issued to you should appear on
the outside of the carton, if the unit is returned, or on
any correspondence regarding your unit. When
shipping a unit back to the factory, try to use the
original packing container and shipping materials.
The Service Department cannot take responsibility
for any unit damaged in return shipment. All units
must be returned prepaid to:
NOTE: ALL SERVICE AND REPAIRS ARE TO BE
CONDUCTED BY CLARY CORPORATION.
Clary Corporation
150 E. Huntington Drive
Monrovia, CA 91016
1-800-551-6111
If a problem should occur, it is important that you
obtain a Return Material Authorization (RMA)
number from the Service Department to process any
unit returned to the factory. In consulting the factory,
always have the unit model number and serial
number at hand. This information is located on the
identification label and is essential in retrieving your
unit’s performance and history record.
Clary Corporation
Service Center
150 E. Huntington Drive
Monrovia, CA 91016
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THE CONTINUOUS POWER COMPANY
LIMITED WARRANTY
SCIENTIFIC
LIMITED WARRANTY
DEPOT REPAIR
1. TIME AND SCOPE OF WARRANTY:
1.1
Clary Scientific, (hereafter referred to as Clary) hereby warrants part shipped under this agreement to be free from defective workmanship for a period
as stated below, following the date of shipment /accidental damage, misuse or normal wear shall not be construed as a defect.
This warranty is applicable only to the initial retail purchaser and is not transferable.
(a)
(b)
Two (2) Year Parts and Labor
Two (2) Year Battery Pro-Rated*
* Battery Pro-Rated Calculation: Credit toward new Batteries = Current Battery Price x Months of Unexpired Life divided by 24
1.2
The date of shipment as used herein will be the date on the Bill of Lading. If no Bill of Lading is issued, the date of shipment shall be shown on seller’s
shipping document.
1.3
No provision of this warranty shall cover equipment which has been altered or modified from the original specifications to which same was
manufactured or work performed by owner or third party service company unless authorized in writing.
1.4
No provision of this warranty shall cover batteries over and beyond as described in Paragraph 1.1 above.
2. LIMITS OF “IN-WARRANTY” SERVICE LIABILITY
2.1
Clary is obligated during the in-warranty period to provide service and/or adjustments to the properly installed equipment for its intended use.
Incorrectly installed and/or non-application use voids all stated warranties.
2.2 Equipment requiring in-warranty service must be returned to the factory, DEPOT REPAIR, Monrovia, California. Repair shall be returned with prior
issued Return Material Authorization (RMA) by calling (800) 442-CLARY. All transportation charges prepaid, clearly tagged stating the nature of
trouble experienced, and the disposition of the equipment after repair. The equipment will be returned collect by Clary to the location specified via the
best least expensive carrier available or via customer’s shipping instructions.
2.3
During the in-warranty period, no service charges should be payable by the buyer for service performed other than for service necessitated by
accident, misuse, theft, abnormal line or source voltage fluctuations, abnormal conditions of operations, damage by the elements or damage resulting
from adjustments, repairs, modifications made by other than Clary authorized personnel, or the buyer’s failure to reasonable maintain the equipment.
TO THE EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW, THE FORGOING WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IS GIVEN AND ACCEPTED IN LIEU OF
ANY AND ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION THE IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, THE REMEDIES OF BUYER SHALL BE
LIMITED TO THOSE PROVIDED HEREIN. IN NO EVENT WILL SELLER BE LIABLE FOR COLLATERAL OR CONSEQUNTIAL
COLLATERAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. TO THE EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW, CLARY SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR
LOSS OF PROFITS, INJURIES TO PROPERTY, LOSS OF USE OF PRODUCTS OR ANY ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT. No person is
authorized to assume in behalf of Clary any obligation or liability in connection with the sale warranty or service policy of any products manufactured and/or
marketed by Clary Scientific beyond the warranty description on the face hereof.
3. PRODUCT CHANGES
3.1
Clary reserves the right to make changes, additions, and/or improvements in its products without incurring any obligation
to install them on its products previously sold.
ADM-01 (Rev. 1)
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