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P73446-B
UPS Uninterruptible Power Supply User Manual
Important Safety Instructions
Presentation (continued)
Thank you for purchasing the Belkin Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS). It will
provide you with the best protection for your connected equipment.
Please read this manual!
This manual provides safety, installation, and operating instructions that will help
you obtain the highest performance and service life that the UPS has to offer.
Please save this manual!
It includes important instructions for the safe use of this UPS and for obtaining
factory service should the proper operation of the UPS come into question.
Please save or recycle the packaging materials!
The UPS shipping materials were designed with great care to provide protection
from transportation-related damage. These materials are invaluable if you ever have
to return the UPS for service. Damage sustained during transit is not covered
under the warranty.
Responsible Party:
Belkin Components, Ltd.
Unit 13 • Gatelodge Close • Round Spinney
Northampton • Northants • NN3 8RX
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0) 1604678300
Fax: +44 (0) 1604678330
Belkin Components B.V.
Diamantlaan 8 • 2132 WV
Hoofddorp • The Netherlands
Tel: +31 (0) 235698765
Fax: +31 (0) 235612694
REAR PANEL (continued)
3.6 TELEPHONE/FAX/MODEM OR 10Base-T NETWORK PROTECTION
Telephone/Fax/Modem lines are surge protected and provide complete
safety for Internet connection. One input and two outputs allow for two
devices to be protected (i.e. modem and fax).
3.7
BATTERY REPLACE DOOR (HOT-SWAPPABLE)
3.8
SITE WIRING FAULT INDICATOR
The Site Wiring Fault LED will illuminate when one of the following
conditions exist:
Have you ever noticed your lights dim or flicker when you turn on your
dishwasher or air-conditioning? This common occurrence is attributed to an
under-voltage of power, also known as a BROWNOUT.
Note: During the self-test, the UPS briefly operates the loads on-battery (the onbattery LED comes on). If the UPS passes the self-test, it returns to online operation.
The on-battery LED goes off and the on-line LED goes on steady. If the
UPS fails the self-test, it immediately returns to on-line operation and
lights the “REPLACE BATTERY” LED. The loads are not affected. Recharge
the battery overnight and perform the self-test again. If the “REPLACE
BATTERY” LED is still on, the battery will need to be replaced.
5.3
1. Open or high-resistance ground
2. Hot and neutral polarity reversal
3. Overloaded neutral circuit
3.9 AC INPUT POWER RECEPTACLE
3.10 AC BREAKER (CIRCUIT BREAKER)
The circuit breaker button will stick out if an overload condition forces the
UPS to disconnect itself from utility power. If the button sticks out,
disconnect non-essential equipment.
3.11 BATTERY BACK-UP OUTLET
Data-sensitive equipment, such as a computer, monitor, and external drive
should be powered by these outlets. Battery power is automatically
provided in case of a power outage. Power (utility or battery) is not
supplied to these outlets when the UPS is switched off. (Do not plug surge
protectors or power strips into the battery back-up outlets.)
Introduction
Operation (continued)
Note: In back-up mode, the UPS can be automatically turned off if none of the
connected loads are operating.
Alarm
6.0
BACK-UP (slow alarm)
When in "BACK-UP" mode, the yellow LED illuminates and the UPS sounds
an audible alarm. The alarm stops when the UPS returns to “LINE
NORMAL” operation.
6.1
3.12 SURGE-ONLY PROTECTED OUTLETS
Equipment such as a printer, fax machine, scanner, or desk lamp should
be powered by these outlets. These outlets do not provide power during a
power outage. These outlets are always on (when utility power is available)
and are not controlled by the front panel switches.
LOW BATTERY (rapid alarm)
In "BACK-UP" mode, when the battery energy runs low, the UPS beeps
rapidly until the UPS shuts down from a depleted battery or returns to
“LINE NORMAL” operation.
6.2
OVERLOAD (continuous alarm)
When the UPS is overloaded (the connected loads exceed the maximum
rated capacity), the UPS emits a continuous alarm to warn of an overload
condition. Disconnect nonessential equipment from the UPS to eliminate
the overload.
Installation
6.3
FAULT (30 seconds continuously)
When the output is shorted, the UPS emits a 30-second continuous alarm
to warn of a short condition.
A brownout is a period of insufficient power-line voltage. It is the most common
power problem, accounting for 80% of all power disturbances.
Effects: A brownout can deprive a computer of the power it needs to function,
causing unwanted damage to your computer, such as frozen keyboards and hard
drive crashes. Such problems will cause you to incur computer repairs, lost data,
and downtime.
Disconnect the equipment from the UPS prior to checking the
equipment.
Solution: A Belkin Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) with Automatic Voltage
Regulation (AVR). Typical "Stand-by" UPS units do not have AVR to increase the
output voltage or decrease the output voltage to your computer. A surge
protector can only protect your computer from over-voltages due to irregular
power. Belkin UPS units protect against surges, spikes, swells, line-noise,
brownouts, and blackouts!
Software Options
7.0
Only a Belkin UPS with AVR can give your computer clean
and consistent power at all times.
Note: There is no guarantee that interference to radio/TV will not occur in a
particular installation. If this UPS causes interference to radio or television
reception (this can be determined by turning the UPS power off and on), the user
is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
4.0
Inspection
Inspect the UPS upon receipt. The packaging is recyclable; save it for
reuse or dispose of it properly.
4.1
Placement
Install the UPS in a protected area with adequate air flow and free of
excessive dust. Do not operate the UPS where the temperature and
humidity are beyond the specified limits.
• Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
4.2
Connect Computer Interface
Belkin Sentry Bulldog Shutdown Management Software and the USB or
RS232 DB9 cable (depending on model) can be used with this UPS. If
used, connect the interface cable to the computer interface port on the back
panel of the UPS and then connect to the USB or Serial port on your PC.
4.3
Connect to Utility
Connect the AC input power connector to utility power to power up the
UPS.
Safety
CAUTION! To reduce the risk of electric shock, disconnect the UPS from
the main power supply before installing a computer interface signal cable.
Reconnect the power cord only after signaling interconnections have been made.
4.4
Charge the Battery
The UPS charges its battery whenever it is connected to the utility power.
For best results, charge the battery for 4 hours prior to initial use.
4.5
Connect the Loads
Plug the loads into the output connectors on the rear of the UPS. To use the
UPS as a master on/off switch, make sure all of the loads are switched on.
4.6
Cable Management
It is used to corral all of the power cords into a neat and safe order. It also
assists in preventing accidental cord detachment.
CAUTION! The internal energy source (the battery) cannot be
de-energized by the user. The output may be energized when the unit is not
connected to a main power supply, thus, a shock hazard may be present.
CAUTION! (RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK) HAZARDOUS LIVE PARTS
INSIDE THIS UNIT ARE ENERGIZED FROM THE BATTERY SUPPLY EVEN WHEN
THE INPUT AC POWER IS NOT CONNECTED.
SILENCE
In " BACK-UP" mode, push on/off/test less than 3 seconds to silence the audible
alarm. (The function is void when under condition of "LOW BATTERY" or
"OVERLOAD".)
CAUTION!
(RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK) DO NOT REMOVE COVER. NO
USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE, PLEASE REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
Belkin Sentry Bulldog Shutdown Management Software
Belkin Sentry Bulldog Shutdown Management Software receives
communication through the USB or RS232 interface port (depending on
model) to perform monitoring functions, and also provide an orderly
shutdown of the computer in the event of a power failure. Moreover, Belkin
Sentry Bulldog Shutdown Management Software displays all of the
diagnostic symptoms on screen, such as Voltage level, Frequency, Battery
level, etc.
The software is available for Windows® 95, Windows® 98, Windows NT®
V4 or higher, and Windows® 2000.
7.1
Interface Kits
Each interface kit includes a special interface cable which is required to
convert status signals from the UPS into signals that the individual
operating system can recognize. The interface cable must be connected to
the USB or RS232 port (depending on model) on the UPS. The other side
of the interface cable can be connected to the USB or RS232 port
(depending on model) of your PC. For other installation instructions and
features, please refer to the README file.
CAUTION:
Use only a factory supplied or authorized UPS monitoring cable!
7.2
USB (Universal Serial Bus): HID (Human Interface Device)
setup procedure
1. When the USB cable that comes with the UPS is first connected to a
USB port on your computer, the Windows® 98 dialog called “ADD NEW
HARDWARE WIZARD” should appear automatically.
(To display this dialog manually, you can choose the Start button and then
“Settings” to access the Control Panel and then double-click “ADD NEW
HARDWARE”. The USB cable should be connected already.)
2. The “ADD NEW HARDWARE WIZARD” dialog box guides you through
the installation process. Click “Next”.
3. A dialog states "Windows will now search for any new Plug-and-Play
devices on your system". Click “Next”.
WARNING:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ONLY REPLACE THE
FUSE WITH THE SAME TYPE AND RATING.
4. A subsequent dialog gives you these options:
• Search for the best driver for your device (recommended).
Presentation
CAUTION: Never connect a laser printer or scanner to the
FRONT PANEL
Different LEDs on the front panel will signal information when various
conditions occur:
LED
3.0 ON-LINE
3.1 ON-BATTERY
": Light
": Flash
Green
3.3 REPLACE BATTERY
4.7
Utility is abnormal—AVR (Automatic Voltage
Regulation) in operation.
Yellow
UPS supplies power to outlets from
battery source.
Battery is low; the UPS will start shutdown.
The buzzer sounds an audible alarm.
Red
There is a problem with the UPS. The LED will be lit
continuously and the buzzer will sound an audible
alarm for 10 seconds.
"
Battery output is drawing more power than the UPS
can provide.
Red
Battery is too weak or bad.
If UPS is in “On-Battery” mode this means the UPS is
just testing the condition of the battery.
"
3.4
MEANING
Utility is normal.
"
"
3.2 OVERLOAD
backup outlets of the UPS with other computer equipment. A laser
printer or scanner periodically draws significantly more power when
in use than when idle. This may overload the UPS.
ON/OFF/TEST/SILENCE BUTTON
Press the button more than 3 seconds to turn the UPS on or off, press the
button less than 3 seconds to activate the UPS self-testing or to silence
the back-up alarm.
REAR PANEL
3.5 INTERFACE PORT
Provides both USB or RS232 (depending on model) to relay the signal to
support DOS®, Windows®, and other operating systems.
• Display a list of all drivers in specific location, so you can select
the driver you want.
Please accept the recommended choice by clicking “Next”.
5. The Wizard will then search your hard drive for a file
called….\INF\hiddev.inf. This file contains all the information that
Windows® 98 needs to install the correct device drivers.
Connect the Telephone/Fax/Modem Lines
Connect a single-line telephone/fax/modem line into the surge-protected
sockets on the back of the UPS. The RJ45/RJ11 modular sockets accept
standard single-line telephone connections. This connection will require
another length of telephone cable (supplied).
6. At this point the wizard might ask for the Windows® 98 CD-ROM.
Place the CD in the CD-ROM drive and select “OK”.
7. The installation process will continue automatically until a dialog
displays indicating that the drivers have been installed. Select the
“Finish” button and your drivers are installed.
Note: This connection is optional but highly suggested as telephone/fax/modem
lines often carry dangerous surges and spikes. The UPS works properly
without a telephone/fax/modem connection.
CAUTION: The telephone/fax/modem protection feature could
USB Interface Port
be rendered inoperable if improperly installed. Make sure that the
telephone line from the wall is plugged into the connector marked
"IN", and the device to be protected (telephone/fax/modem) is
plugged into the connector marked "OUT".
The computer interface port has the following characteristics:
1.
Plug-and-Play Support
CAUTION: This surge-protection device is for indoor use only.
Never install telephone wiring during a lightning storm.
Operation
5.0
3.4 On/Off/Test/Silence
Switch On
With the UPS plugged in, press and hold the on/off/test/silence button for more
than 3 seconds until the "ON-LINE" LED lights up to switch the UPS on.
The UPS will perform self-testing each time it is switched on.
2.
Hot-Attachment
3.
USB Port Protection
4.
Self-Powered
5.
1.5 Mbps Low-Speed
USB Device
6.
Compliant with USB
Specification Version 1.0
7.
Compliant with HID Specification Version 1.0
8.
Compliant with HID Power Device Class Version 1.0
9.
Display UPS Status Data:
Voltage Out-of-Range/Buck/Boost/Frequency Out-of-Range/Overload Over
Charged/Over Temperature/Internal Fail/Shutdown Request/Shutdown
Imminent Switch On/Off/Switchable/Tested Awaiting
Power/Good/Beeper/Terminate Charge Terminate Discharge/Below
Remaining Capacity-Limit/Remaining Time Limit-Expired
Charging/Discharging/Fully Discharged/Need Replacement
10.
Measurement Items:
AC Input Voltage/AC Output Voltage/AC Input Frequency/AC Output
Frequency Battery Voltage/Battery Capacity/Temperature Percent Load
11.
Control Items:
Turn On/Off Outlet/Schedule Shutdown/High/Low Transfer Voltage/Battery
Test Delay Before Shutdown/Delay Before Startup/Delay Before Reboot
Note: The UPS maintains the battery charge when in the off position and will
respond to commands received through the computer interface port.
3.0 On-Line
3.1 On-Battery
3.3 Replace
Battery
5.1
Switch Off
Press and hold the on/off/test/silence button for more than 3 seconds until the
"ON-LINE" or "ON-BATTERY" LED goes off.
5.2
SELF-TEST
Use the self-test to verify both the operation of the UPS and the condition of the
battery. In normal utility power, push the on/off/test/silence button less than 1
second and the UPS performs a self-test function. During the self-test, the UPS
operates in back-up mode.
3.2 Overload
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USB Interface Port
Battery Replacement
Troubleshooting
1. Firmware
Version of Firmware
The average life of a battery is 3-5 years before ever needing to be replaced.
2. Rating VA
Rated Power Capacity of UPS
3. Rating Voltage
Rated Power Voltage of UPS
4. Rating Frequency
Connected Frequency Rating of UPS
5. Rating Battery
Rated Battery Voltage Used by UPS
6. Input Frequency
AC Utility Frequency
EcoPower Battery Replacement Program™
In the event that the UPS needs a battery replacement, Belkin offers its EcoPower
Battery Replacement Program™. This program offers a battery replacement and full
service check on your UPS to ensure it is working properly to protect your connected
devices. It also ensures that the battery in the UPS is discarded properly in an effort to
keep our environment clean. All participants in the program will receive a two-year
extended product warranty. Please call Belkin Components for detailed information
regarding the cost of the program and shipping procedures.
7. Input Voltage
AC Utility Voltage
8. Output Source
Indicating Bypass or On Battery
9. Alarm
To Set Situation for Alarm
10. Voltage Sensitivity
To Improve Transfer Time and Avoid
Effect of I/P Distortion
11. Outlet Relay ON/OFF
Set Delay Time to Control Outlet Relay
On/Off
PROBLEM
UPS not on
LED not lit
UPS always at
battery mode
Battery Replacement
Battery replacement is a safe procedure. You may leave the UPS On and equipment
connected during this procedure. Do not replace the battery when the UPS is “On
Battery”. See page 15 for diagram illustrations.
Time to Next Scheduled Shutdown
2. Slide the battery compartment cover down (Diagram B).
13. Next Restart
Time to Next Restart
14. AC Source
Input Power Source of UPS
15. Battery
Condition of Battery
3. Grasp the tab attached to the battery and slide the battery partially out.
Then grab the battery firmly and remove; the battery wires will disconnect
as the battery is pulled out (Diagram C).
16. Loading
Load Percentage of UPS
17. Battery Level
Indicates the Remaining Power
Percentage of Battery
18. Selectable Transfer Voltage
Change Transfer Voltage
19. Diagram
Input & Output Power Flow of UPS
5. Connect the wires to the new battery according to the following
configuration:
Red wire to red terminal
Black wire to black terminal
20. Picture
General Outlook of UPS
6. Carefully insert the battery terminals.
7. Slide the battery compartment cover back into place (Diagram E).
RS232 Pin definition:
NC - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -1
6 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -NC
TXD - - - - - - - - - - - - - -2
7 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -NC
RXD - - - - - - - - - - - - -3
8 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -NC
NC - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -4
9 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -NC
*pin3: PC transmits line RS232 data to UPS.
Diagram B
Diagram C
Slide the battery
compartment cover.
Slide the battery
partially out.
6. Providing the power switch function for the computer to turn on/off the
utility on schedule. To save power, UPS data will be provided at 2400 baud
rate and is made up of 8-bit, 1-stop-bit, and no parity-bit. All the information
is provided in ASCII format.
CABLING:
COMPUTER
Diagram D
Diagram E
Slide the battery back in.
Avoid pinching
the wires.
Slide the battery
cover into place.
(pin2)
TX
(pin2)
TX
(pin3)
RX
(pin3)
GND
(pin5)
GND
(pin5)
Remove some unnecessary
Charger fault or
other reason
Replace battery
The UPS continuously
beeps
Overload
Remove the non-critical loads
Red LED lit
Battery failure
Replace battery
During extended storage in environments where the ambient temperature
is +30°C to +45°C, charge the UPS battery every 3 months.
No Belkin dealer, agent, or employee is authorized to make any modification,
extension, or addition to this warranty.
BELKIN IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM ANY BREACH OF WARRANTY,
OR UNDER ANY OTHER LEGAL THEORY, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO
LOST PROFITS, DOWNTIME, GOODWILL, DAMAGE TO OR REPROGRAMMING,
OR REPRODUCING ANY PROGRAM OR DATA STORED IN OR USED WITH
BELKIN PRODUCTS.
UPS
RX
UPS is overloaded
loads
THE WARRANTY AND REMEDIES SET FORTH ABOVE ARE EXCLUSIVE IN LIEU
OF ALL OTHERS, WHETHER
ORAL OR WRITTEN, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED. BELKIN SPECIFICALLY
DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, WITHOUT
LIMITATION, WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
PARITY - - - - - - - - - - - - - - NONE
5. Monitoring the utility status
Recharge the UPS at least
4 hours
This warranty does not apply if the product has been damaged by accident,
abuse, misuse, or misapplication; if the product has been modified without the
written permission of Belkin; or if any Belkin serial number has been removed or
defaced.
STOP BIT - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 bit
4. Monitoring UPS status
Battery not fully charged
Belkin Components Two-Year Product Warranty
Belkin Components warrants this product against defects in materials and
workmanship for two years. If a defect is discovered, Belkin will, at its option,
repair or replace the product at no charge, provided it is returned during the
warranty period, with transportation charges prepaid, to the authorized Belkin
dealer from whom you purchased the product. Proof of purchase may be
required.
DATA LENGTH - - - - - - - - - - 8 bits
3. Monitoring inverter status
Replace the breaker
Normal condition
Specifications (USB Series)
HARDWARE:
BAUD RATE - - - - - - - - - 2400 bps
2. Monitoring battery status
and condition
Replug the power cord
CE Declaration of Conformity
We, Belkin Components, declare under our sole responsibility that the F6C325u220V, F6C425u-220V, F6C525u-220V, F6C625u-220V, to which this declaration
relates, is in conformity with Generic Emissions Standard EN50081-1 and with
Generic Immunity Standard EN50082-1 1992 to which this declaration relates, is
in conformity with Generic Emissions Standard EN50081-1 and with Generic
Immunity Standard EN50082-1 1992.
*pin5: signal ground.
*other: not used.
The RS232 communication port
provides the following features:
1. Monitoring charger status
Contact service personnel
Power cord loose
11.1 Extended Storage
During extended storage in environments where the ambient temperature
is -15°C to +30°C, charge the UPS battery every 6 months.
Diagram A
Signal Ground - - - - - - -5
*pin2: PC receives line RS232 data from UPS.
UPS fault
11.0 Storage Conditions
Store the UPS covered and upright in a cool, dry location, with its battery
fully charged. Before storing, charge the UPS for at least 4 hours.
Disconnect any cables connected to the computer interface port to avoid
unnecessary drainage of the battery.
Battery Replacement (continued)
Refer Servicing to
qualified service
personnel or contact
Belkin Components.
Recharge the UPS at least
4 hours
Storage
The old battery must be recycled. Deliver the battery to an appropriate recycling facility
or return it to Belkin in the packing carton that came with your new battery. Additional
recycling information is provided with your new battery.
RS232 Interface Port
Battery voltage less than 10V
Line voltage too high, too low,
or black out
Back-up time too short
4. Carefully insert the new battery halfway into the UPS. Avoid pinching the
wires (Diagram D).
SOLUTION
Press the on/off/test button
more than 3 seconds
AC breaker is burned out
1. Set the UPS at the edge of a table (Diagram A).
12. Next Shutdown
POSSIBLE CAUSE
On/off/test/button not pushed or
pushed less than 3 seconds
Specifications
RS232 Series
MODEL
INPUT
OUTPUT
PROTECTION
AND FILTERING
Capacity
Voltage
Frequency
Voltage
(on battery)
Frequency
(on battery)
ALARM
INTERFACE
CONFORMANCE
ENVIRONMENT
625VA
625VA(375W)
OUTPUT
Transfer Time
< 4 milliseconds, including detection time
150 Joules
Spike Protection
MODEL
INPUT
50Hz or 60Hz ±1Hz
Smart boost increases 14.8% of voltage if input is 213 to 187 Vac.
Smart trim reduces 12.8% of voltage if input is 247 to 280 Vac
Overload Protection
UPS automatic shutdown if overload exceeds 130% in AC mode and
100% in back-up mode. UPS alarms continuously in > 107% or
<130% in AC mode.
Unit Input
Breaker for overload and short circuit protection
Single Line (2-Wire, RJ11) Network (UTP, RJ45) compatible jacks, one
input/two output except F6C325 (Series)
PROTECTION
AND FILTERING
Capacity
Voltage
Frequency
Voltage
(on battery)
Frequency
(on battery)
350VA
500VA
350VA(277W)
500VA(300W)
187 Vac - 280 Vac
50Hz or 60Hz ±3Hz (auto sensing)
Simulated sine wave, 230 Vac±8%
650VA
650VA(390W)
50Hz or 60Hz ±1Hz
Voltage
Regulation
AVR
Smart boost increases 14.8% of voltage if input is 213 to 187 Vac.
Transfer Time
< 4 milliseconds, including detection time
150 Joules
Spike Protection
Smart trim reduces 12.8% of voltage if input is 247 to 288 Vac
Overload Protection
UPS automatic shutdown if overload exceeds 130% in AC mode and
100% in back-up mode. UPS alarms continuously in > 107% or
<130% in AC mode.
Unit Input
Modem/Network
Breaker for overload and short circuit protection
Single Line (2-Wire, RJ11) Network (UTP, RJ45) compatible jacks, one
input/two output
Short Circuit
UPS output cut off immediately or input breaker protection
Short Circuit
UPS output cut off immediately or input breaker protection
Type
Sealed, maintenance-free lead acid
Type
Sealed, maintenance-free lead acid
Typical
Recharge Time
Protection
4 hours (to 90% of full capacity)
Typical
Recharge Time
Protection
PHYSICAL
525VA
525VA(315W)
Voltage
Regulation
AVR
Modem/Network
BATTERY
325VA
425VA
325VA(211W)
425VA(255W)
187 Vac - 280 Vac
50Hz or 60Hz ±3Hz (auto sensing)
Simulated sine wave, 230Vac±8%
USB Series
Back-up Time
Full/half load
Net Weight
Dimension
(mm) WDH
Input inlet
Output outlet (UPS)
Output outlet (Bypass)
Battery Back-Up
Battery Low
Overload
Fault
Battery test
RS232 Interface
Safety
Surge
Ambient operation
Audible noise
Storage condition
BATTERY
4 hours (to 90% of full capacity)
Automatic self-test and discharge protection, replace
battery indicator
Depending on computer load...
5-17 min
5-32 min
5-24 min.
5.5kg/12.3lbs.
6kg/13.23lbs
6.5kg/14.33lbs.
11.4"x9.6"x12.8"
5-41 min.
PHYSICAL
10A/250V*1pcs, EN60320
10A/250V*4pcs; EN60320/F
10A/250V*4pcs; EN60320/F
Slow beeping sound (about 15 sec. interval)
Rapid beeping sound (about 1 sec. interval)
Continuous beeping sound (about 1 sec. interval)
10 sec. beeping sound continuously
Slow beeping sound (about 15 sec. interval)
RS232 Port (except F6C325-Series)
CE, TUV, BSI, NF
Meet IEEE C62.41. Category A standard
0~95%, humidity non-condensing, 0~40°C
<40dBA (1 meter from surface)
-15°C – 40°C (with battery)
-15°C – 70°C (without battery)
ALARM
INTERFACE
CONFORMANCE
ENVIRONMENT
Back-up Time
Full/half load
Net Weight
Dimension
(mm) WDH
Input inlet
Output outlet (UPS)
Output outlet (Bypass)
Battery Back-Up
Battery Low
Overload
Fault
Battery test
USB Interface
Safety
Surge
Ambient operation
Audible noise
Storage condition
Automatic self-test and discharge protection, replace
battery indicator
Depending on computer load...
5-20 min
5-45 min
5-30 min.
5.5kg/12.3lbs.
6kg/13.23lbs
6.5kg/14.33lbs.
11.4"x9.6"x12.8"
10A/250V*1pc, EN60320
10A/250V*4pcs; ENG60320/F
10A/250V*4pcs; ENG60320/F
Slow beeping sound (about 15 sec. interval)
Rapid beeping sound (about 1 sec. interval)
Continuous beeping sound (about 1 sec. interval)
10 sec. beeping sound continuously
Slow beeping sound (about 15 sec. interval)
USB Port
CE, TUV, BSI, NF
Meet IEEE C62.41. Category A standard
0~95%, humidity non-condensing, 0~40°C
<40dBA (1 meter from surface)
-15°C – 40°C (with battery)
-15°C – 70°C (without battery)
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