Minuteman MCP 3000i User`s manual
CPE ON-LINE SERIES
User’s Manual
Para Systems, Inc.
1455 LeMay Dr.
Carrollton, TX 75007
Phone: 1-972-446-7363
Fax: 1-972-446-9011
Internet: minutemanups.com
UPS Sizing: sizemyups.com
PN – 34000266 R5
Table of Contents
Important Safety Instructions .................................................................2
1. Introduction ..........................................................................................5
1.1. The General Characteristics ...........................................................6
1.2. The Advanced Technical Characteristics........................................6
2. Introduction to the Front and Rear Panel..........................................7
2.1. Front Panel Display Explanation .....................................................7
2.2. Rear Panel Explanation...................................................................8
2.2.1. General Explanation ...............................................................9
2.2.2. Terminal Block Explanation ....................................................10
2.3. Communication Port and PP Contact Card Explanation.................10
2.3.1. The RS232 Interface Settings.................................................10
2.3.2. The Pin Assignments of the RS232 Port ................................10
2.3.3. The Pin Assignments of the PP Contact Card........................11
3. Installation and Operation...................................................................11
3.1. Unpacking .......................................................................................11
3.2. Selecting Installation Position .........................................................11
3.3. Connecting the Batteries .................................................................12
3.4 Connecting the Equipment...............................................................13
3.5. Storage Instructions ........................................................................13
3.6. Option Slot.......................................................................................13
4. The Working Principle of the UPS......................................................14
4.1. When Utility is Normal .....................................................................14
4.2. When Utility is Abnormal .................................................................14
4.3. Overload Condition..........................................................................15
4.4. Inverter is not Functioning ...............................................................16
4.4.1. Output Short-Circuit operating in the On-Line Mode ..............16
4.4.2. Output Short-Circuit operating in the Bypass Mode ...............16
4.5. Inverter Over-Temperature .............................................................16
4.6. Inverter Over-Current and Output Voltage Out of Tolerance..........16
5. Maintenance Guide ..............................................................................17
5.1. System Block...................................................................................17
5.2. Troubleshooting...............................................................................17
5.3. Maintenance....................................................................................18
5.4. Replacing the Batteries ...................................................................19
5.5. Battery Replacement Procedure .....................................................20
6. Power Monitoring Software Installation Guide.................................24
6.1. Hardware Installation.......................................................................24
6.2. Software Installation ........................................................................24
Appendix...................................................................................................27
A.1. Specifications..................................................................................27
A.2. Obtaining Service............................................................................29
A.3. Limited Warranty.............................................................................30
A.4. Declaration of Conformity ...............................................................31
© Copyright Para Systems, Inc., 2005
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
This manual contains important instructions that should be followed during
the installation and the maintenance of the UPS.
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SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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An Important Notice
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To ensure safety in all applications where a UPS is hardwired to the
Electrical Supply, ensure that a Qualified Service Personnel installs the
system.
Those UPS systems supplied with a power cord can be safely connected
to the wall outlet by the user.
The UPS has its own internal energy source (battery). Should the
battery be switched on when no AC power is available, there could be
voltage at the output terminals.
Make sure that the AC Utility outlet is properly grounded.
Do not open the unit there are no serviceable parts inside. This will
void the warranty.
Do not try to repair the unit yourself, see Obtaining Service.
Please make sure that the input voltage of the UPS matches the supply
voltage.
Use a certified input power cord with the correct plugs and sockets for
the appropriate voltage system.
To eliminate any overheating of the UPS, keep all ventilation openings
free from obstruction, and do not store anything on top of the UPS.
Keep the UPS 8-inches away from the wall.
Make sure the UPS is installed in the proper environment as specified.
(0-40°C and 30-90% non-condensing humidity)
Do not install the UPS in direct sunlight.
Install the UPS indoors as it is not designed for outdoor use.
Dusty, corrosive and salty environments will damage the UPS.
Install the UPS away from; objects which give off excessive heat and
areas, which are excessively wet.
The battery will discharge naturally if the system is unused for prolonged
periods of time.
It is recommended that the batteries be recharged every 2-3 months
while the UPS is not in service.
This UPS supports electronic equipment in offices, telecommunications,
process control, medical and security applications.
This UPS has been designed and constructed to protect your equipment
from the wide range of power anomalies experienced on Utility power
lines today.
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This UPS is intended for use in a Controlled Environment.
Servicing of Batteries should be performed by Qualified Service
Personnel Only.
When Replacing Batteries, Replace With the Same Number and Type.
CAUTION – Do Not dispose of the battery in a fire. The battery may
explode.
CAUTION – Do not open or mutilate the battery. Released electrolyte
is harmful to the skin and eyes. It may be toxic.
CAUTION – Risk of Electric Shock – The battery circuit is not isolated
from AC, hazardous Voltage may exist between battery terminals and
ground. Test before touching.
CAUTION – A Battery can present a Risk of Electrical Shock and High
Short-Circuit Current. The following precaution should be observed
when working with the batteries:
A. Remove watches, rings, or other metal objects.
B. Use tools with insulated handles.
C. Wear rubber gloves and boots.
D. Wear protective eye gear (goggles).
E. Do not lay tools or metal parts on top of batteries.
F. Disconnect charging source prior to connecting or disconnecting
battery terminals.
CAUTION – To reduce the risk of fire, connect only to a branch circuit
with over current protection in accordance with the National Electric
Code, ANSI/NFPA 70 (3KVA)
CAUTION - Connect the UPS to a two pole, three wire grounding AC
wall outlet. The receptacle must be connected to the appropriate
branch protection (circuit breaker or fuse). Connection to any other
type of receptacle may result in a shock hazard and violate local
electrical codes. Do not use extension cords, adapter plugs, or surge
strips.
CAUTION - To reduce the risk of electrical shock with the installation of
this UPS equipment and the connected equipment, the user must
ensure that the combined sum of the AC leakage current does not
exceed 3.5mA.
CAUTION - To reduce the risk of electrical shock in conditions where
the load equipment grounding cannot be verified, disconnect the UPS
from the AC wall outlet before installing a computer interface cable.
Reconnect the power cord only after all signaling connections are made.
WARNING - Risk of Electrical Shock. Hazardous live parts inside
these power supplies are energized from the battery even when the AC
input is disconnected.
CAUTION - To de-energize the outputs of the UPS:
A. If the UPS is on press and release the On/Off Switch.
B. Disconnect the UPS from the AC wall outlet.
C. To de-energize the UPS completely, disconnect the battery.
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NOTICE: – This equipment has 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 and the Class A limits for radio noise emissions from
digital apparatus set out in the Radio Interference of the Canadian Department
of Communications.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against such interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates and uses radio frequency and if not installed and used properly, that
is, in strict accordance with the manufacturer's instructions, this equipment may
cause interference to radio and television reception. If this equipment does
cause interference to radio or 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:
A. Re-orient the receiving antenna.
B. Relocate the computer with respect to the receiver.
C. Move the computer away from the receiver.
D. Plug the computer into a different outlet so that the computer and receiver
are on different branch circuits.
E. Shielded communications interface cables must be used with this product.
WARNING – Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by
the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate
the equipment.
Receiving Inspection
After removing your MINUTEMAN UPS from its carton, it should be inspected for
damage that may have occurred in shipping. Immediately notify the carrier and
place of purchase if any damage is found. Warranty claims for damage caused by
the carrier will not be honored. The packing materials that your UPS was shipped in
are carefully designed to minimize any shipping damage. In the unlikely case that the
UPS needs to be returned to MINUTEMAN, please use the original packing material.
Since MINUTEMAN is not responsible for shipping damage incurred when the
system is returned, the original packing material is inexpensive insurance. PLEASE
SAVE THE PACKING MATERIALS!
Para Systems Life Support Policy
As a general policy, Para Systems Inc. (Para Systems) does not
recommend the use of any of its products in life support applications where
failure or malfunction of the Para Systems product can be reasonably
expected to cause failure of the life support device or to significantly affect
its safety or effectiveness. Para Systems does not recommend the use of
any of its products in direct patient care. Para Systems will not knowingly
sell its products for use in such applications unless it receives in writing
assurances satisfactory to Para Systems that (a) the risks of injury or
damage have been minimized, (b) the customer assumes all such risks,
and (c) the liability of Para Systems Inc. is adequately protected under the
circumstances.
Examples of devices considered to be life support devices are neonatal
oxygen analyzers, nerve stimulators (whether used for anesthesia, pain
relief, or other purposes), auto transfusion devices, blood pumps,
defibrillators, arrhythmia detectors and alarms, pacemakers, hemodialysis
systems, peritoneal dialysis systems, neonatal ventilator incubators,
ventilators for both adults and infants, anesthesia ventilators, and infusion
pumps as well as any other devices designated as “critical” by the United
States FDA.
Hospital grade wiring devices and leakage current may be ordered as
options on many Para Systems UPS systems. Para Systems does not
claim that units with this modification are certified or listed as Hospital Grade
by Para Systems or any other organization. Therefore, these units do not
meet the requirements for use in direct patient care.
Chapter One:
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing a MINUTEMAN power protection product. It has
been designed and manufactured to provide many years of trouble free
service.
NOTE: These UPSs are shipped with the batteries disconnected. The batteries
must be connected before putting these UPSs into service. Refer to Chapter 3 for
Connecting the Batteries.
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Please read this manual before installing your CPE On-Line Series UPS,
models CPE 1000, CPE 1000i, CPE 2000, CPE 2000j, CPE 2000i, CPE
3000, CPE 3000i as it provides important information that should be followed
during installation and maintenance of the UPS and batteries allowing you to
correctly set up your system for the maximum safety and performance.
Included is information on customer support and factory service if it is
required. If you experience a problem with the UPS please refer to the
Troubleshooting guide in this manual to correct the problem or collect
enough information so that the MINUTEMAN Technical Support Department
can rapidly assist you.
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1.1. The General Characteristics
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True On-Line architecture continuously supplies your critical device with
a stable, regulated, transient-free, pure sine wave AC Power.
50KHz PWM sine wave topology yields an excellent overall performance.
The high crest factor of the inverter handles all high-inrush current loads
without a need to upgrade the power rating.
To protect the unit from overloading, it automatically switches to Bypass
mode in case loading exceeds 120% of rating. It will automatically
switch back to On-Line mode once overload condition is removed.
Should the unit become overheated, the internal thermistor will detect
the heat and switch to the Bypass mode and vice versa.
Maintenance-free sealed-type battery minimizes service.
Chapter Two: Introduction to the Front and Rear Panel
2.1. Front Panel Display Explanation
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1.2. The Advanced Technical Characteristics
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Market leading light and compact design.
Powerful CPU integrates all power stages, control and communication
functions necessary for maximized UPS protection and functionality,
including Power management status monitoring, configuration setting,
operation scheduling, remote control and self-diagnosis.
Advanced CPU communication design allows full function remote
control from any computer environment via the standard RS232
interface.
State-of-the-Art IGBT Technology and Industrial Grade quality ensures
the highest efficiency and reliability under the worst operating condition.
Industry leading inverter protection technology incorporates 2-stage
output Current sensor, smart overload output current control, improved
crest factor, and feedback fail proof circuit.
Guarantees an exclusive protection against DC damage for inductive
load, such as motor-based devices.
Advanced Input PFC control guarantees the PF performance and
maximum energy efficiency.
Unique electronic over-current protection detects output short-circuit and
faults, and halts the output before damages are done to the output fuse
or the equipment.
Expanded input voltage range minimizes battery usage and maximizes
battery life.
Automatic Frequency Sensor reduces the frequency shift.
DC-start function allows the UPS to operate when there is no input
power available.
On-demand self-diagnosis function ensures UPS reliability.
SNMP adapter slot allows power management and diagnostics via the
Internet from any where in the world.
User adjustable output voltages for your critical equipment.
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3KVA
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Main Switch
Self-Test OK
LED
Test/Silence
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Fault LED
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Bypass LED
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Utility LED
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Inverter LED
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Low Battery
Warning LED
Overload LED
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1KVA
2KVA
This is to turn the UPS on/off.
Green LED illuminates if the self-test is O.K.
a. Alarm Silence.
b.1.For Standard Unit: Self-Test. Press the
button over 10 sec.
b.2.For Unit with Manual Bypass
function(Special order required): Press the
button over 5 seconds, the UPS will be switched
to Bypass mode and vice versa.
c. Displays the percentage of output load level in
AC Mode, and the battery capacity in the Battery
Mode.
Red LED illuminates if the UPS detects an
Internal Fault.
Amber LED illuminates when UPS is in Bypass
mode.
a. AC normal: Green LED illuminates.
b. 100% for load levels & battery capacity.
a. Inverter On: Green LED illuminates.
b. 75% for load levels & battery capacity.
a. Battery Low: Red LED illuminates.
b. 50% for load levels & battery capacity.
a. Overload condition: Red LED illuminates.
b. 25% for load levels & battery capacity.
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2.2. Rear Panel Explanation
2.2.1 General Explanation
a) 120VAC
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This is used to connect the protected equipment.
Output
Receptacles Receptacle
1K
2K
3K
type
120V Models NEMA
4pcs
4pcs
6pcs
5-15R
NEMA
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2pcs
2pcs
5-15/20R
230V Models Receptacle
1K
2K
3K
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IEC
3pcs
3pcs
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Schuko
1pce
2pcs
2pcs
Sockets
Terminal
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Block
Option Slot It is used for the Option Cards.
This is an interface to send signals to and receive
Com Port
signals from the computer. Optional computer
software may be required.
RJ11/RJ45 RJ11 Phone/Modem/Fax protection.
RJ45 10-Base T Network protection.
Jack
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3KVa
b) 230VAC
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This is used to connect the input power cord to the
UPS.
This is used to disconnect the input line in case the
UPS becomes overloaded or short-circuited.
Fuse/Breaker Rating for 120VAC/230VAC systems
1K
2K
3K
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120VAC:
120VAC:
20A/250V
25A/250V
50A/250V
230VAC:
230VAC:
230VAC:
10A/250V
20A/250V
25A/250V
This is used to connect the External Battery Packs
for longer Runtime.
Only Qualified Service
Personnel should install the External Battery Packs.
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AC Inlet /
Power Cord
AC Input
Fuse/
Breaker
DIP
Switches
For Factory Calibration Only.
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2.2.2 Terminal Block Explanation
For 3K Tower Type 230V Only
2.3.3. The Pin Assignments of PP Contact Card
Pin 1: UPS Shutdown, RS232 Input (+3.3 ~ +25VDC/5-seconds)
Pin 2: Line Fail Signal RS232 Output (Low to High)
Pin 3: Line Fail Signal Normally Open (40VDC/25mA)
Pin 4: Common
Pin 5: Low Battery Signal Normally Open (40VDC/25mA)
Pin 6: Line Fail Signal Normally Closed (40VDC/25mA)
Pin 7: Reserved
Pin 8: Reserved
Pin 9: Common
Chapter Three: Installation and Operation
2.3 Communication Port and PP Contact Card Explanation
The communication port on the rear panel of the UPS is a true RS232 serial
type. It may be connected to a computer and allows the computer to monitor
the status of UPS, and control the operation of the UPS, via the Power
Monitoring software. The Power Monitoring Software is for the Windows
environment, such as Windows 3.1, Windows 95 & 98, Windows NT. For
other applications, such as Novell NetWare, Unix, etc., please contact your
local distributor for a proper solution.
The packing condition and the external outlook of the unit should be
inspected carefully before installation. Retain the packing material for
future use.
3.1. Unpacking
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2.3.1. The RS232 Interface Settings
Baud Rate
Data Length
Stop Bit
Parity
: 2400 bps
: 8 bits
: 1 bit
: None
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2.3.2. The Pin Assignments of the RS232 Port
Take the UPS out of the PE foam.
Unwrap the UPS.
a. Use the appropriate number of personnel when unpacking and
lifting the unit.
b. The plastic bag holding the UPS is very slippery so be careful in
unpacking and handling the unit.
Standard Package includes:
a. User's Manual
b. Quick Install Instructions
c. Input Power Cord
d. IEC output cables (for the 230V models with IEC receptacles)
e. RJ11 Phone Cable
f. Power Monitoring Software Kit (Includes RS232 Cable)
3.2. Selecting Installation Position
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Pin 6: RS232 RXD
Pin 7: Ground
Pin 9: RS232 TXD
The CPE On-Line Series is intended to be install in a temperature controlled
environment that is free of conductive contaminants. Select a location, which
will provide good air circulation for the UPS. Avoid locations near heating
devices, water or excessive humidity, or where the UPS is exposed to direct
sunlight. Route power cords so they cannot be walked on or damaged.
Operating Temperature (Max): 0 to 40 degrees C (+32 to +104 degrees F)
Operating Elevation: 0 to 3,000m (0 to +10,000 ft)
Operating and Storage Relative Humidity: 30 - 90%, non-condensing
Storage Temperature: -15 to +45 degrees C (+5 to +113 degrees F)
Storage Elevation: 0 to 15,000m (0 to +50,000 ft)
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1.
Keep at least 20cm (8-inches) clearance
from the rear panel of the UPS to the wall.
2.
Do not block the airflow to the ventilation
openings of the unit.
3.
These UPSs are intended for a Controlled
Environment.
4.
Do not place the UPS in an environment
near dusty, corrosive or flammable
materials.
3.3. Connecting the Batteries
Be sure to read all of the WARNINGS and the
CAUTIONS before installing the UPS. Place
the UPS in the final desired location and
complete the rest of the installation procedure. These UPSs are shipped
with the internal batteries disconnected. The batteries must be connected
before putting these UPSs into service. Follow the procedure below to
connect the batteries and install the UPS. USE CAUTION: The UPS is
heavy. Use the appropriate number of personnel when installing the UPS.
The installation should be conducted or supervised by a Qualified Service
Personnel. It is recommended that the UPS's batteries be charged for a
minimum of 4-hours before use. The UPS may be used immediately,
however, the “On-Battery” runtime may be less than normally expected.
NOTE: If the UPS is going to be out of service or stored for a prolonged
period of time, the batteries must be recharged for at least 24-hours every 23 months.
NOTE: See the Battery Replacement Procedure.
1. Remove the UPS from the shipping box and set on the floor or a bench
top.
2. Remove the cover screws.
3. Remove the cover.
4. Connect the Battery Negative (Black) wire to the Battery Negative
terminal.
NOTE: Some sparking might occur, this is normal.
5. Re-install the cover.
6. Re-install the cover screws.
7. The UPS is ready for normal operation.
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3.4. Connecting the Equipment
1. Plug the equipment into the output
receptacles on the rear panel of the UPS.
Do not use extension cords, adapter plugs
or surge strips on the output of the UPS.
Ensure that the load does not exceed the
maximum output rating of the UPS (refer to
the information label on the UPS or the
Electrical Specifications in this manual).
• CAUTION – DO NOT connect a laser
printer to the output receptacles on the UPS,
unless the UPS is rated 2000VA or greater.
A laser printer draws significantly more
power when printing than at idle and may
overload the UPS.
2. Verify that the voltage and frequency
ratings match that of the Utility power, and
then connect the AC Input power cord into a
two-pole, three -wire grounded receptacle
only. Do not use extension cords, adapter
plugs, or surge strips.
3. Press the Main switch on the front panel to
turn on the UPS. The fan on the rear
panel will start.
4. After 7~10 seconds, the start-up of UPS will be completed, then the "Utility"
LED and Inverter" LED will illuminate simultaneously.
5. Turn on the connected equipment.
6. Press and hold the Test/Alarm Silencer Button for 10-seconds to perform a
Self-Test to verify proper operation of the UPS.
7. The installation is complete the UPS is ready for normal operation.
3.5. Storage Instruction
For extended storage through moderate climate, the batteries should be
charged for 24-hours every 3-months by plugging the UPS power cord into
the wall outlet. Repeat this every 2-months under high temperature
environment.
3.6. Option Slot
You may install the SNMP card into the Option slot on the rear panel of the
UPS. The UPS may be connected to the network management system via
the SNMP card. The SNMP card is an optional feature of the UPS.
Qualified Service Personnel should perform the installation of the option
cards. See the SNMP card User’s Manual for the installation.
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When the Utility power returns to normal, the AC/DC converter and the
charger will turn on. The DC/DC converter will turn off. It has the same
working principle as figure 4.1.
Chapter Four: The Working Principle of the UPS
4.1. When Utility is Normal
The working principle of the UPS under normal Utility conditions is illustrated
as follows:
RECTIFIER
O/P
OUTPUT
During a blackout, the UPS will work as illustrated in figure 4.2. When the
battery is low, the alarm will beep continuously until the battery is depleted
and the UPS shuts down. The Low Battery Cut-Off protection turns the
UPS off to prevent discharging batteries to an unsafe level. The Inverter
LED and the Battery Low LED will be illuminated until the UPS shuts down.
The UPS will Auto-Restart when the Utility power returns to normal. This is
the same working principle as figure 4.1.
4.3. Overload Condition
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The working principle of the UPS when overloaded is illustrated as follows:
When Utility is normal, the AC source is rectified to DC, partially fed into the
charger to charge the battery and partially fed into inverter. The inverter
reverts the DC to AC to supply energy to the output load. The Utility LED
and Inverter LED will illuminate.
O/P
OUTPUT
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4.2. When Utility is Abnormal
The working principle of the UPS under abnormal Utility conditions is
illustrated as follows:
Normally, an inrush current is generated when turning on the connected
equipment.
O/P
OUTPUT
If the UPS is 105~120% loaded, it will switch to the Bypass mode in 60seconds.
If the UPS is 120-150% loaded, it will switch to the Bypass mode in 10seconds.
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If the UPS is over 150% loaded, it will switch to the Bypass mode
immediately.
When Utility is abnormal, the UPS will direct the battery energy to the
Inverter. The charger and AC/DC converter will turn off. The inverter will
revert the DC to AC to supply power to the output load. The Inverter LED
will illuminate.
The Utility LED, the Bypass LED and the Overload LED will be illuminated.
If overload condition is removed the UPS will switch back to the On-Line
mode automatically.
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4.4. Inverter not Functioning
Chapter Five: Maintenance Guide
4.4.1. Output Short-Circuit operating in the On-Line Mode
5.1. System Block
If the output load becomes short-circuited while operating in the On-Line
mode, the UPS will shutdown to prevent damaging the UPS and the
remaining connected equipment. The Fault LED illuminates and the alarm
sounds continuously. The UPS will not turn on automatically after the
short-circuit condition has been removed. The UPS must be manually
restarted. To restart the UPS after the short-circuit condition has been
removed; press the Main Switch on the front panel to the "OFF" position first,
then to the "ON" position.
PFC
AC/DC
INVERTER
DC/AC
Control
Circuit
BOOST
DC/DC
CHARGER
BATTERY
O/P
OUTPUT
5.2 Troubleshooting
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4.4.2. Output Short-Circuit operating in the Bypass Mode
If the output load becomes short-circuited while operating in the Bypass
mode, the AC fuse will open to prevent damaging the UPS and the
connected equipment. Remove the short-circuited equipment and replace
the AC fuse with same ratings.
4.5. Inverter Over-Temperature
If the UPS experiences an over-temperature when the Utility is normal, the
UPS will switch to the Bypass Mode. The UPS will switch back to the OnLine mode once the over-temperature condition has been eliminated. If the
over-temperature condition happens when the Utility is abnormal, the alarm
will beep continuously, the Fault LED will illuminate and the output of the
UPS will turn off.
4.6. Inverter Over-Current and Output Voltage Out of Tolerance
If the UPS’s inverter experiences an over-current or an out-of-tolerance
output voltage, when Utility is normal; the UPS will switch to the Bypass
mode and the Utility LED, Bypass LED and Fault LED will illuminate. If the
over-current or the out-of-tolerance output voltage condition happens when
the Utility is abnormal, the Fault LED will illuminate and the output of the
UPS will turn off.
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If the UPS malfunctions, check the list below to resolve the problem.
Should the problem persist, call for service.
Situation
Check Items
Solution
Utility LED is not on and the AC Input cord is loose 1.Connect the Input
UPS is on battery mode, or AC Input fuse is power cord to the wall
when Utility is normal.
open.
outlet.
2.Replace the AC
input fuse.
3.If
the
problem
persist call for service.
The UPS switches to the 1. Check if any power 1. Do not use power
Battery mode then back to strip is connected to strips.
the On-Line mode, when the UPS.
2. Replace the wall
the connected device is 2. Check the wall outlet.
outlet.
turned on. Or, the UPS
switches back and forth
between the Battery mode
and the On-Line mode.
The Overload LED is
The
UPS
is
illuminated.
overloaded. Remove
some of the load.
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Situation
Check Items
The Battery Low LED is
illuminated.
Solution
The UPS is on battery power
and the battery is almost
exhausted.
The UPS will
shutdown shortly. When the
Utility power returns recharge
the battery.
The Fault LED is
Disconnect the connected
illuminated.
equipment. Turn the UPS off
and then back on again. If
the Fault LED is still on call for
Service. If the Fault LED is not
on, your equipment probably
has a short-circuit.
System fails to backup
The batteries may be bad or
when Utility fails.
weak. Charge the batteries
for 24-hours and then retest.
If the UPS works properly after
recharging, then the batteries
were weak. If the UPS does
not work properly, then the
batteries are bad and need to
be replaced.
The UPS is working Check to see if all If the power cords are properly
properly
but
the the power cords connected and the UPS has
connected equipment are
properly the proper output voltage, then
does not turn on.
connected. Use a your
equipment
has
a
voltmeter to check problem. If there is no output
the UPS’s output voltage, then the UPS is being
receptacles for the controlled by the software,
proper voltage.
disconnected the RS232 cable
from the UPS and restart the
UPS.
If there is still no
output, call for Service.
Strange
noise
and
Immediately turn off the UPS.
smell coming from the
Disconnect the input power
UPS.
cord from the wall outlet and
call for Service.
5.3. Maintenance
5.4. Replacing the Batteries
(QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL ONLY)
The CPE On-Line Series UPS has an easy to replace batteries. Please read
all of the WARNINGS and CAUTIONS before attempting to service the
batteries.
• WARNING – This Uninterruptible Power Supply contains potentially
hazardous voltages. Do not attempt to disassemble the UPS beyond the
battery replacement procedure. This UPS contains no user serviceable
parts. The repairs and the Battery replacement must be performed by
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL ONLY.
• CAUTION – Do not open or mutilate batteries.
harmful to the skin and eyes and may be toxic.
• CAUTION – Do not dispose of batteries in a fire. The batteries may
explode. The batteries in this UPS are recyclable. Dispose of the
batteries properly. The batteries contain lead and pose a hazard to the
environment and human health if not disposed of properly. Refer to local
codes for proper disposal requirements or return the battery to MINUTEMAN.
• CAUTION – Although battery system voltages are 36VDC, 72VDC and
96VDC the battery system can still present a risk of electrical shock. These
batteries produce sufficient current to burn wire or tools very rapidly,
producing molten metal. Observe these precautions when replacing the
batteries:
1. Remove watches, rings, or other metal objects.
2. Use hand tools with insulated handles.
3. Wear protective eye gear (goggles).
4. Wear rubber gloves and boots.
5. Do not lay tools or other metal parts on top of batteries.
6. Disconnect the charging source prior to connecting or disconnecting the
battery terminals.
7. Determine if the battery is inadvertently grounded. If the battery is,
remove the source of the grounding. Contact with any part of a
grounded battery can result in an electrical shock. The likelihood of
such shock will be reduced, if such grounds are removed during
installation and maintenance.
Clean the dust from the ventilation openings and intakes on the rear panel.
1. Turn off the UPS and wipe the case with a damp cloth.
2. Periodically unplug the input power cord of the UPS from the wall outlet
to test the batteries.
3. Save all open applications before performing the battery test.
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Released electrolyte is
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• CAUTION – Replace batteries with the same number and type as
originally installed in the UPS. These batteries have pressure-operated
vents. These UPSs contain sealed non-spillable lead acid batteries.
Model Number
CPE 1000
CPE 2000
CPE 3000
CPE 1000i
CPE 2000j
CPE 3000i
CPE 2000i
Battery
3-12V7.2Ah
6-12V7.2Ah
8-12V7.2Ah
QTY/Rating
CSB
GP1272 F2
GP1272 F2
GP1272 F2
Part Number
Panasonic
LC-R127R2CH1 LC-R127R2CH1 LC-R127R2CH1
Part Number
Yuasa
NPW36-12
NPW36-12
NPW36-12
Part Number
5.5. Battery Replacement Procedure
PLEASE READ THE CAUTIONS AND
ATTEMPTING TO REPLACE THE BATTERIES
•
WARNINGS
BEFORE
CAUTION - DO NOT short-circuit any of the battery wires to the chassis
or to any component.
NOTE:
Do not pinch the battery wires with the battery-retaining brackets.
NOTE: It is recommended that you draw a diagram of battery position and
the battery connections before disconnecting any of the battery wires.
1. Turn off the equipment that is plugged into the output receptacles of the
UPS.
2. Press the On/Off switch on the front panel to turn the UPS OFF.
3. Unplug the UPS's Input power cord from the wall outlet.
4. Unplug the equipment from the output receptacles of the UPS.
5. Unplug the computer interface cable from the rear panel of the UPS.
6. Remove the cover screws.
7. Remove the cover.
8. Disconnect the battery positive (red) wire.
NOTE: Use CAUTION, do not touch the battery positive (red) wire to the
battery negative (black) wire or the chassis.
9. Put a piece of electrical tape over the end of the battery positive (red)
wire.
10. Press the On/Off switch on the front panel this will discharge the board.
11. Disconnect the battery negative (black) wire.
12. Disconnect the battery jumper wires.
13. Remove the battery-retaining bracket retaining screws.
14. Remove the battery-retaining bracket (s).
15. Remove the old batteries.
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16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
Install the new batteries.
Re-install the battery-retaining bracket (s).
Re-install the battery-retaining bracket retaining screws.
Reconnect the battery jumper wires.
Reconnect the battery negative (black) wire to the battery negative
terminal. Verify proper polarity.
21. Remove the piece of electrical tape from the end of the battery positive
(red) wire.
22. Reconnect the battery positive (red) wire. Verify proper polarity.
NOTE: Some sparking may occur, this is normal.
23. Re-install the cover.
24. Re-install the cover screws.
25. Reconnect the computer interface cable to the rear panel of the UPS.
26. Plug the equipment into the output receptacles of the UPS.
27. Plug the UPS's Input power cord into the wall outlet.
28. Press the On/Off switch on the front panel to turn the UPS ON.
29. Turn on the equipment.
30. The UPS is now ready for normal operation.
31. Dispose of the old batteries properly at an appropriate recycling facility
or return them to the supplier in the packing material for the new
batteries.
CPE 1000, CPE 1000i
1
AC FUSE
2
3
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CPE 2000, CPE 2000j, CPE 2000i
CPE 3000, CPE 3000i
1
2
3
4
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Chapter Six: Power Monitoring Software Installation Guide
C. RUPS II for Novell Netware
6.1. Hardware Installation
1. Login the File Server as a SUPERVISOR or a USER with access rights
in sub-directory SYS: SYSTEM.
F:\>LOGIN SUPERVISOR
2. Insert the software CD into the CD drive and execute INSTALL.EXE.
F:\>A:
A:\>INSTALL
3. After the installation is complete, please shutdown your NetWare
Operating System and restart it.
The system will load the
PowerMan.NLM and execute it.
4. When the RUPS II for NetWare is loaded, the Filer Server will broadcast
a successful loading message on the screen. You may switch to the
RUPS II Menu by pressing ALT_ESC simultaneously.
1. With the UPS off, connect one end of the RS232 cable to the UPS.
2. Connect the other end of the RS232 cable to the equipment that is
monitoring the UPS. If there is only a DB25 connector on the monitoring
equipment available, you may use a DB9 to DB25 adapter.
3. Turn the UPS and the monitoring equipment on.
6.2. Software Installation
6.2.1. RUPS II Installation
A. RUPS II for MS-DOS
6.2.2. UPSilon 2000 Installation
1. Insert the software CD into your CD drive and execute INSTALL.EXE
under MS-DOS.
A:\>CD\DOS<Enter>
A:\DOS>INSTALL<Enter>
2. Please select the MS-DOS menu from the installation menu box, and give
the path of RUPS II software CD and the designated directory of it. (You
may use the default value of RUPS II)
3. The installation program will copy all required files of the RUPS II into the
designated path. It will also append a Load RUPS.EXE command in
your AUTOEXEC.BAT file automatically. After the installation is done,
the installation program will execute the CONFIG.EXE automatically.
You may modify the configurations of RUPS II now.
B. RUPS II for Windows 3.1, Windows 95, 98, Windows NT
1. Execute "A:\Windows\setup.exe" under Windows system.
This
procedure can be achieved either by file manager or from the "RUN"
command of Windows.
2. The RUPS II Setup group is labeled as RUPS2W, you may reset it to the
desired group you wish.
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A. UPSilon 2000 for Windows 95, 98, NT
1. From the Start Button, choose "Run".
2. Type D:\Windows\Setup.exe.
3. Choose OK.
B. UPSilon 2000 for Novell Netware V3.1x
1. Login the File Server (with access rights in SYS: SYSTEM).
2. Execute D:\Netware\V3.1x\Install.exe.
3. Reboot System.
C. UPSilon 2000 for Novell Netware V4.x
1. Login the File Server (with access rights in SYS: SYSTEM).
2. Execute D:\Netware\V4.x\Install.exe.
3. Reboot System.
D. UPSilon 2000 for Novell Netware V5.x
1. Login the File Server (with access rights in SYS: SYSTEM).
2. Execute D:\Netware\V5.x\Install.exe.
3. Reboot System.
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E. UPSilon 2000 for FreeBSD and Linux
1. Log in as a super-user.
2. Use the 'ftp' utility in MS-DOS to copy files into the system directory '/tmp'.
3. Follow the instructions below to make the filename conversion after the
'ftp'
File transfer:
#cd/tmp
#mv linux.z linux.Z, or
#mv LINUX.Z linux.Z
#chmod 755 install
4. Execute the installation program: #./install.
5. Select a target system from the menu, and configure the UPSilon for
Unix. The installation program will launch the UPSilon for Unix daemon
process automatically.
NOTE: Make sure no other process is using the same serial port.
Trademarks of MegaTec, RUPS, IBM, MS-DOS, Novell Netware, Windows,
OS/2, NetLite, HP-UX, AIX, SUN, UNIX, and XENIX and Linux are registered
trademarks of their respective companies.
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Appendix
A.1. Specifications
MODEL
INPUT
Voltage
Frequency
Phase
Input Power Factor
OUTPUT
Voltage
Capacity
CPE 1000
CPE 1000i
CPE 2000
CPE 2000j
CPE 2000i
CPE 3000
CPE 3000i
80~140VAC or 160~280VAC
50 / 60Hz ±5%(Auto Sensing)
Single (1∅2W +G)
> 0.98 (Full Load)
100/110/115/120VAC or 200/220/230/240VAC
1000VA
2000VA
3000VA
700W
1400W
2100W
Waveform
True Sine Wave
Voltage Regulation
±2%
Voltage T.H.D.
< 3% no load to full load (Linear Load)
Frequency Stability
±0.5Hz (Free Running)
Dynamic Response
+/-4% @ 100% load change in 60ms
Synchronization
1 Hz/Sec. Slew Rate: Inverter Free Running If Input
Frequency Over ±5% Range
Crest Factor
3:1
Transfer Time
0 ms
Efficiency
> 83%
(On-Line Mode)
Runtime
23-Minutes
22-Minutes
23-Minutes
(Half Load)
Runtime
8-Minutes
7-Minutes
8-Minutes
(Full Load)
DC Start
Yes
BATTERY
Type
Sealed, Non-Spillable, Maintenance Free,
Valve Regulated, Lead Acid
Quantity/Rating
3-12V7.2Ah
6-12V7.2Ah
8-12V7.2Ah
System Voltage
36VDC
72VDC
96VDC
Recharge Time
8 Hours to 90% from total discharge
Typical Battery Life
3-5 years, depending on number of discharge
cycles and ambient temperature
DISPLAY
LED
Utility, Battery Low, Inverter, Bypass, Self-Test,
Load Level, Battery Level, Overload, Fault
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MODEL
CPE 1000
CPE 1000i
CPE 2000,
CPE 2000j
CPE 2000i
CPE 3000
CPE 3000i
If the UPS requires Service:
PROTECTION
Overload
100%~120% delay 60-seconds before switching to
Bypass Mode.
120%~150% delay 10-seconds before switching to
Bypass Mode.
>150% immediately switches to Bypass Mode.
Short-Circuit
a) Inverter Mode: UPS shuts down.
b) Bypass Mode: AC Input fuse opens.
Overheat
a) Utility Normal: Switch to Bypass Mode.
b) Utility Abnormal: Alarm sounds continuously,
Fault LED illuminates then the output turns off.
Brownout, Blackout,
Switches to the Battery Mode.
Overvoltage
Battery Low
Alarm continuous, until Low Battery Cut-Off
Noise Suppression
Comply with EN50091-2.
Spike Suppression
Comply with EN61000-4-5.
ALARM
Audible and Visual Line Failure, Battery Low, Bypass, Overload, Fault.
PHYSICAL
5.8x8.78x15.8 inch
5.1x14.4x18.9 inch
7.5x14.4x17.8 inch
Dimensions Net
(147x223x401 mm)
(130x365x479 mm) (190x365x453 mm)
(WxHxD)
33.1 Lbs
15 Kgs
59.5 Lbs
27 Kgs
79.4 Lbs
36 Kgs
Dimensions
Shipping (WxHxD)
12.2x15.35x22.1 inch
(310x390x560 mm)
11.4x20.1x24.8 inch
(290x510x630 mm)
13.4x24.8x24.1 inch
(340x630x610 mm)
Weight Shipping
40 Lbs
18 Kgs
71 Lbs
32 Kgs
84 Lbs
38 Kgs
Weight Net
ENVIRONMENT
Operating Temp
0 to 40°C (+32 to +104°F)
Storage Temp
-15 to +45°C (+5 to +113°F)
Operating/Storage
30 to 90% Non-Condensing
Humidity
Operating Elevation
0 to 3,000m (0 to +10,000 ft)
Storage Elevation
0 to 15,000m (0 to +50,000 ft)
Audible Noise
<45 dBA at 1 meter (3 ft)
SAFETY CONFORMANCE
120V models: EN50091-1, UL1778, CSA 22.2 (cUL)
Safety Standard
EMC Standard
Marks
A.2. Obtaining Service
230V models: EN50091-1
120V & 230V models: EN50091-2, EN61000-3-3,
EN61000-3-2, FCC Class A
120V models: CE, cUL
230V models: CE
1.Use the TROUBLESHOOTING section to eliminate obvious causes.
2.Verify there are no circuit breakers tripped. A tripped circuit breaker is
the most common problem.
3.Call your dealer for assistance. If you cannot reach your dealer, or if they
cannot resolve the problem call or fax MINUTEMAN Technical Support at
the following numbers; Voice phone (972) 446-7363, FAX line (972) 4469011 or visit our Web site at www.minutemanups.com the "Discussion
Board". Please have the following information available BEFORE calling
the Technical Support Department.
A. Your name and address.
B. Where and when the unit was purchased.
C. All of the model information about your UPS.
D. Any information on the failure, including LEDs that may be illuminated.
E. A description of the protected equipment, including model numbers if
possible.
F. A technician will ask you for the above information and, if possible, help
solve your problem over the phone. In the event that the unit requires
factory service, the technician will issue you a Return Material Authorization
Number (RMA #).
G. If the UPS is under warranty, the repairs will be done at no charge. If
not, there will be a charge for repair.
4. Pack the UPS in its original packaging. If the original packaging is no
longer available, ask the Technical Support Technician about obtaining a
new set. It is important to pack the UPS properly in order to avoid damage
in transit. Never use Styrofoam beads for a packing material.
A. Include a letter with your name, address, daytime phone number, RMA
number, a copy of your original sales receipt, and a brief description of the
problem.
5. Mark the RMA # on the outside of all packages. The factory cannot
accept any package without the RMA # marked on the outside.
6. Return the UPS by insured, prepaid carrier to:
Para Systems Inc.
MINUTEMAN UPS
1455 LeMay Drive
Carrollton, TX 75007
ATTN: RMA # _______
Specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
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A.3. Limited Product Warranty
A.4. Declaration of Conformity
Para Systems Inc. (Para Systems) warrants this equipment, when properly applied
and operated within specified conditions, against faulty materials or workmanship for
a period of three years from the date of purchase. For equipment sites within the
United States and Canada, this warranty covers repair or replacement of defective
equipment at the discretion of Para Systems. Repair will be from the nearest
authorized service center. Replacement parts and warranty labor will be borne by
Para Systems. For equipment located outside of the United States and Canada,
Para Systems only covers faulty parts. Para Systems products repaired or replaced
pursuant to this warranty shall be warranted for the un-expired portion of the warranty
applying to the original product. This warranty applies only to the original purchaser
who must have properly registered the product within 10 days of purchase.
The warranty shall be void if (a) the equipment is damaged by the customer, is
improperly used, is subjected to an adverse operating environment, or is operated
outside the limits of its electrical specifications; (b) the equipment is repaired or
modified by anyone other than Para Systems or Para Systems approved personnel;
or (c) has been used in a manner contrary to the product’s User's Manual or other
written instructions.
Any technical advice furnished before or after delivery in regard to use or application
of Para Systems’s equipment is furnished without charge and on the basis that it
represents Para Systems’s best judgment under the circumstances, but it is used at
the recipient’s sole risk.
EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, PARA SYSTEMS MAKES NO WARRANTIES,
EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY
AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Some states do not permit
limitation of implied warranties; therefore, the aforesaid limitation(s) may not apply to
the purchaser.
EXCEPT AS PROVIDED ABOVE, IN NO EVENT WILL PARA SYSTEMS BE
LIABLE FOR DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF THE USE OF THIS PRODUCT, EVEN IF ADVISED
OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE. Specifically, Para Systems is not liable
for any costs, such as lost profits or revenue, loss of equipment, loss of use of
equipment, loss of software, loss of data, cost of substitutes, claims by third parties,
or otherwise. The sole and exclusive remedy for breach of any warranty, expressed
or implied, concerning Para Systems’s products and the only obligation of Para
Systems hereunder, shall be the repair or replacement of defective equipment,
components, or parts; or, at Para Systems’s option, refund of the purchase price or
substitution with an equivalent replacement product. This warranty gives you
specific legal rights and you may also have other rights, which vary from state to
state.
Application of Council Directive(s):
73/23/EEC, UL
Standard(s) to which Conformity is declared:
120V models: EN50091-1, EN50091-2, UL 1778
230V models: EN50091-1, EN50091-2
Manufacturer’s Name:
Para Systems, Inc. (MINUTEMAN UPS)
Manufacturer’s Address:
1455 LeMay Drive, Carrollton, Texas 75007 (USA)
Type of Equipment:
Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS)
Model No:
CPE 1000 (Y), CPE 2000 (Y), CPE 3000 (Y)
Year of Manufacture:
Beginning December 1, 2005
I, hereby declare that the equipment specified above conforms to the above
Directive(s).
Robert Calhoun
(Name)
Manager Engineering
(Position)
Date: December 1, 2005
Place: Carrollton, Texas, USA
Longer term and F.O.B. job site warranties are available at extra cost. Contact Para
Systems (1-972-446-7363) for details.
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