Operation
Smart-UPS® VT
10-40 kVA – 400 V
10-30 kVA – 208 V
10-30 kVA – 200 V
About this Manual
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
This manual is intended for the user of the Smart-UPS® VT.
It refers to important safety warnings and instructions, gives an introduction to the display interface,
and provides information on operation, load connection, parts replacement, troubleshooting, total
power off and restart.
Only graphics of Smart-UPS® VT with built-in batteries are shown in this manual, but the
manual is intended for the users of one or more units within the Smart-UPS® VT family range.
Note
:
Companion manuals
For additional information about:
Smart-UPS® VT 400 V:
• Safety – 990-2822
• Receiving and Unpacking – 990-2284
• Receiving and Unpacking (with batteries) – 990-1747
• Installation – 990-2283
• Installation (with batteries) – 990-1598
• Installation (in parallel) – 990-3045
• Installation (MBP CAN I/O Board) – 990-2873
Smart-UPS® VT 208 V:
• Safety – 990-2822
• Receiving and Unpacking (with batteries) – 990-1747
• Installation – 990-2869
• Installation (in parallel) – 990-3045
• Installation (MBP CAN I/O Board) – 990-2873A
Smart-UPS® VT 200 V:
• Safety – 990-2822
• Receiving and Unpacking – 990-2358
• Installation – 990-2360
• Installation (in parallel) – 990-3045
• Installation (MBP - CAN I/O Board) – 990-2873
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About this Manual
How to find updates to this manual
You can check for updates to this manual on the APC Web site (www.apc.com).
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Contents
Safety ................................................................................ 1
Overview........................................................................... 2
User Interface. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Interface area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Display interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Menu tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Operation.......................................................................... 6
Operation Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Normal operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Battery operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Internal bypass operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
External maintenance bypass operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Optional parallel operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Operation Procedures. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
How to turn into bypass . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
How to turn into normal operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
How to turn load OFF/ON via the display interface . . . . . . . . . 12
How to view the Status screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
How to view Logging and Statistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
How to use the Diags screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
How to perform a total power off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
How to perform a restart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Configuration ................................................................. 22
Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
How to change the Clock and the Alarms in the Setting menu . 22
How to change the Beeper setup, the Contrast, and the
Language in the Display menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
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Maintenance................................................................... 25
Parts Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
How to determine if you need a replacement part . . . . . . . . . 25
How to return parts to APC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
How to store the battery modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
How to replace a Network Management Card . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
How to replace and install a battery module . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Troubleshooting ............................................................ 33
Status and Alarm Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Display messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
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Safety
Warning
All safety instructions in the Safety Sheet (990-2822) shall be read, understood,
and followed prior to handling/using the system. Failure to do so could result in
equipment damage, serious injury, or death.
For safety reasons, the trained user is only allowed to operate the display and replace the following
components:
• Network Management Card with temperature sensor (training necessary)
• Battery Module (training necessary)
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Overview
User Interface
Interface area
The four LEDs to the left of the display indicate the operational status of the UPS. The five
navigation keys to the right are used to select and open menu items, to access information, change
system parameters, and to get context-sensitive help.
LOAD ON
ON BATT
BYPASS

Chrg 100%
Load 000%
230Vin 000Vout 50Hz
Run-time: 00hr 30m
FAULT







LOAD ON
When the green LED is lit, the UPS provides power to the load equipment.

ON BATT
When the yellow LED is lit, power flows from the batteries to the load.

BYPASS
When the yellow LED is lit, power to the load is supplied through bypass.

FAULT
When the red LED is lit, a fault condition exists.

LCD SCREEN
Displays alarms, status data, instructional help, and configuration items.

UP AND DOWN
Used to scroll through and select menu items.

HELP KEY
Opens context-sensitive help.

ENTER KEY
Opens menu items and confirms changes to system parameters.

ESC KEY
Returns to previous screen displayed.
NAVIGATION KEYS
Display interface
Overview Screen (LCD screen). The Overview Screen is the main entrance to the user functions
of the display interface.
Overview Screen
Chrg 100%
Load 000%
230Vin 000Vout 50Hz
Runtime: 0hr 0m
The ENTER key takes you from the Overview Screen to the Main Menu Screen.
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Overview – User Interface
Main Menu Screen. From the Main Menu Screen it is possible to command, configure, and monitor the
system through the sub menu screens: Control, Status, Setup, Logging, Display, Diags, and Help (see
the section Menu tree).
Main Menu Screen
The selector arrow is controlled
by the UP/DOWN keys. The arrow
marks the item you may open by
pressing ENTER.
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Control
Status
Setup
Logging
Display
Diags
Help
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Overview – User Interface
Menu tree
The menu tree provides a quick overview of the functions and views you can access.
If you get beyond the functions described in the menu tree, do not proceed. Press ESC to go back.
Control
Turn load
off/on
UPS into/out
of bypass
Status
Vin Vbyp Vout
Clock
Load
Alarms
Runtime
Shutdown
Par.
redundancy
Iin lbyp Iout
kVA & kW
Frequencies
Overview
Screen
Load & Bat &
Temp
Chrg xxx%
Load xxx%
xxxVin
Runtime
Batteries
Default
Alarm
thresholds
Parallel status
Control Display
Status Diags
Help
Setup
Logging
Setup
System
Other
Settings
View log
Logging
Logging
Main Menu
Screen
View statistics
Beeper setup
Display
Display setup
Diags
Diagnostics
Help
4
on any screen
& any line, press?
for context
sensitive help
Contrast
Faults and
Diagnostics
Language
System
Information
Int. mech
Byp SW
Switch
Status
Q3 External
Byp SW
Raw Status
Data
Status from
MBP
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Overview – User Interface
Caution
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The display provides access to more functions than described in this manual. Those functions
should not be accessed without the assistance of APC Customer Support in order to avoid
unwanted load impacts. For APC World-Wide Customer Support, refer to the back cover of
this manual. If you by accident get beyond the functions described, press ESC to return to
previous screens.
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Operation
Operation Modes
The UPS has different operation modes. If the installation includes a Maintenance Bypass Panel
(MBP), an external maintenance bypass operation mode will also be available.
Normal operation
The UPS converts utility/mains power to conditioned power for the connected load.
Battery operation
The UPS provides power to the connected load from its internal and (if available) external batteries
for a finite period. The UPS transfers to battery operation if the supply of utility/mains power fails, or
is outside the pre-defined limits.
Internal bypass operation
Internal bypass keeps the load supplied with utility/mains power during maintenance of the UPS
power sections. In internal bypass operation, utility/mains power is sent directly to the connected
load bypassing all internal UPS functions and filters. Battery back-up is not available in internal
bypass operation even though the batteries are in place.
External maintenance bypass operation
The UPS can be connected to an optional external MBP. When activated, this panel bypasses the entire
UPS enclosure, feeding utility/mains power directly to the load. An activated external MBP completely
isolates the UPS and allows maintenance to be performed. An external MBP is mandatory if the UPS is
running in parallel.
Optional parallel operation
The connected load is powered by multiple UPS units to increase system redundancy or to increase
power. The internal mechanical bypass lever is not available.
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Operation Procedures
How to turn into bypass
Single System – turning into internal bypass.
The load is not protected by the UPS and the power is not conditioned when the internal
mechanical bypass lever is activated.
Caution
In bypass operation the batteries are still charged. If a total power off is required, the batteries
must be pulled out to the red disconnect line, see the section How to perform a total power off.
Warning
This procedure is not applicable to parallel systems as the internal mechanical bypass lever is
unavailable.
Note
If the UPS is running and controllable through the display, carry out steps 1 through 5. If not,
go directly to step 6.
Note


Chrg 100%
Load 000%
xxxVin 000Vout x0Hz
Runtime: 0hr 0m
Press

Use
Control
Status
Setup
Logging
Display
Diags
Help
Press

Use
UPS into Bypass
Do Self Test
Simulate Power Fail
Start Runtime Cal
Press
 Check that the UPS is in bypass. The green
(LOAD ON) and
are lit.
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the yellow (BYPASS) LEDs
Use
Confirm:
UPS into Bypass
NO, ABORT
YES, UPS into Bypass
Press
 Remove the Front Panel from the UPS (see
the Receiving and Unpacking sheet referred
to under the section Companion manuals).
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Operation – Operation Procedures
 Turn the internal mechanical bypass
lever upwards to activate it. The load
will now be supported directly by
utility/mains power.
 Reinstall the Front Panel.

Single System – turning into external bypass.
In bypass operation the batteries are still powered. If a total power off is required the batteries
must be pulled out to the red disconnect line, see the section How to perform a total power off.
Warning


Chrg 100%
Load 000%
xxxVin 000Vout x0Hz
Runtime: 0hr 0m
Press

Use
Use
Control
Status
Setup
Press
Logging
Display
Diags
Help

UPS into Bypass
Do Self Test
Simulate Power Fail
Start Runtime Cal
Press
 From the external MBP: Turn the bypass
switch (Q003) to position “1” (ON).
Use
Confirm:
UPS into Bypass
NO, ABORT
YES, UPS into Bypass
Press
 From the external MBP: Turn the output
switch (Q002) to position “0” (OFF).
 If the UPS has to be completely isolated/
removed, see the section How to perform a
total power off.
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Parallel System – turning into external bypass.
P
In bypass operation the batteries are still charged. If a total power off is required, the batteries
must be pulled out to the red disconnect line, see the section How to perform a total power off.
Warning


Chrg 100%
Load 000%
xxxVin 000Vout x0Hz
Runtime: 0hr 0m
Press

Use
Control
Status
Setup
Logging
Display
Diags
Help
Press

Use
UPS into Bypass
Do Self Test
Simulate Power Fail
Start Runtime Cal
Press
 From the UPS: Check that all UPS units are in
bypass on each of the displays.
 From the external MBP: Turn the bypass
switch (Q003) to position “1” (ON).
 From the external MBP: Turn the output
isolation breaker (Q004) to position “0” (OFF).
 From the external MBP: Check that all output
lamps are lit (Q002).
 From the external MBP: Turn all input
switches (Q001) to position “0” (OFF).
 From the UPS: Disconnect the batteries by
pulling them out to the red disconnect line.
Use
Confirm:
UPS into Bypass
NO, ABORT
YES, UPS into Bypass
Press
 From the external MBP: Check that the bypass
lamp indication is lit (Q003).
 From the external MBP: Check that the lamp
indication of the output isolation breaker is lit
(Q004).
 From the UPS: Turn OFF each UPS from the
display via Control – Turn Load off – Yes,
Turn Load off.
 From the external MBP: Turn all output
switches (Q002) to position “0” (OFF).
 From the XR Enclosure(s) (if available): Set
the DC disconnect switch (if available) to
position OFF.
 From the XR Enclosure(s) (if available):
Disconnect the batteries by pulling them out to
the red disconnect line.
 For a total UPS shut down see the section How
to perform a total power off.
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Operation – Operation Procedures
How to turn into normal operation
Single System – turning into normal operation from internal bypass.
Never attempt to switch back the UPS into normal operation till you have verified that there
are no internal UPS faults.
Caution
 Check that the UPS is in bypass. The green
(LOAD ON) and the yellow (BYPASS) LEDs are
lit.
 Press ESC to return to the previous menus and
turn out of bypass from the display via
Control–UPS out of bypass–Yes, UPS out
of bypass.
 Turn the mechanical bypass lever downwards
into a horizontal position to deactivate the
internal bypass operation.
 Check that the UPS is in normal operation.
The yellow (BYPASS) LED turns off and the
green (LOAD ON) LED remains lit.
Single System – turning into normal operation from external bypass.
Never attempt to switch back the UPS into normal operation till you have verified that there
are no internal UPS faults.
Caution
 From the external MBP: Turn the output
switch (Q002) to position “1”(ON).
 From the external MBP: Turn the bypass
switch (Q003) to position “0” (OFF).
 From the UPS: Check that the yellow
(BYPASS) LED is lit and the green (LOAD
ON) LED is lit.
 From the UPS: Turn out of bypass from the
display via Control–UPS out of bypass–
Yes, UPS out of bypass.
 From the UPS: Check that the UPS is in
normal operation. The yellow (BYPASS)
LED turns off and the green (LOAD ON) LED
remains lit.
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Parallel System – turning into normal operation from external bypass.
Never attempt to turn the UPS into normal operation till you have verified that there are no
internal UPS faults.
Caution
 From the external MBP: Turn all input
switches (Q001) to position “1” (ON).
 From the external MBP: Turn all output
switches (Q002) to position “1” (ON). The
lamp indicator of the output isolation breaker
(Q004) is still lit.
 From the XR Enclosure(s) (if available): Set
the DC disconnect switch (if available) to the
ON position.
 From the UPS: Turn ON all UPS units from
each display via Control–Turn Load ON–
Yes, Turn Load ON.
 From the UPS: Turn the UPS units into
bypass from one UPS display via Control–
UPS into bypass–Yes, UPS into bypass.
Check that the UPS units are in bypass. The
green (LOAD ON) and the yellow (BYPASS)
LEDs are lit.
 From the external MBP: Turn the output
isolation breaker (Q004) to position “1” (ON).
Now the lamps (Q003 + Q004) are lit.
 From the external MBP: Check that all the
output lamps (Q002) are lit.
 From the UPS: Connect the batteries in the
UPS by pushing them in.
 From the XR Enclosure(s) (if available):
Connect the batteries by pushing them in.
 From the external MBP: Check that all the
lamps (Q002) are unlit.
 From the external MBP: Check that the lamp
indicator of the output isolation breaker is lit
(Q004).
 From the external MBP: Turn the bypass
switch (Q003) to position “0” (OFF). The
lamps (Q004) are unlit, but (Q003) is lit until
the UPS is running in normal operation.
 From the UPS: Turn the UPS units out of
bypass from the display via Control–UPS
out of bypass–Yes, UPS out of bypass.
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Operation – Operation Procedures
How to turn load OFF/ON via the display interface
Warning
Disconnecting the UPS output to the load does NOT de-energize the UPS! Always follow
the total power off procedure if you need to de-energize the UPS in emergency
situations, see section How to perform a total power off!
Turn Load OFF – How to disconnect the UPS output to the load equipment.


Chrg 100%
Load 000%
xxxVin 000Vout x0Hz
Runtime: 0hr 0m
Press

Use
Control
Status
Setup
Logging
Display
Diags
Help
Press

Use
Turn Load Off
Press
Use
Press
Confirm:
Turn Load OFF
NO, Abort
YES, Turn Load OFF
 If the UPS is running in parallel operation
this procedure must be carried out on each
UPS.
Turn load ON – How to connect the UPS output to the load equipment.


Chrg 100%
Load 000%
xxxVin 000Vout x0Hz
Runtime: 0hr 0m
Press

Use
Control
Status
Setup
Logging
Display
Diags
Help
Press

Use
Turn Load On
Press
Use
Confirm:
Turn Load OFF
NO, Abort
YES, Turn Load ON
Press
 If the UPS is running in parallel operation
this procedure must be carried out on each
UPS.
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How to view the Status screens


Chrg 100%
Load 000%
xxxVin 000Vout x0Hz
Runtime: 0hr 0m
Press
Use
Control
Status
Setup
Logging
Display
Diags
Help
Press
Use the UP/DOWN keys to go through the parameters:
View
Parameters
Voltage on all
phases
Utility/mains voltage (V), bypass voltage (V), and output voltage (V) for each phase.
Current on all
phases
Utility/mains current (A), bypass current (A), and output current (A) for each phase.
kVA and kW
Apparent power (kVA) and real power (kW) generated by the UPS and the connected
load.
Frequencies
Utility/mains frequency, bypass frequency, and output frequency in Hertz (Hz).
Load and batteries
Load: Percentage of the load in relation to the total UPS capacity.
Bat Voltage
Shows either the positive or negative half of the battery voltage (the lower value of the
two will appear).
Bat Cap
Percentage charge on the batteries in relation to the total battery capacity.
Runtime: The predicted runtime at the present load.
Batteries
Bat AmpHr: Battery capacity, including both external and internal batteries.
UPS Temp: The highest external battery temperature.
Alarm thresholds
Load: An alarm will be set when the load is above the threshold level.
Runtime: An alarm will be set when the runtime is below the threshold level.
Parallel Status
Local UPS is slave/master:
# of UPSs OK: Indicates the number of parallel UPS units that is OK.
# of UPSs fail: Indicates the number of parallel UPS that has failed.
Par load Status
KVA and KW: Total apparent power (kVA) and real power (kW) generated by the
parallel UPS units and the connected load.
Par redundancy: n+1, an alarm will be set if the redundancy level is below the threshold
level.
Parallel Operation
Mode
The parallel operation mode can be off, load on, requested bypass, in bypass due to fault
or maintenance.
 Press the ESC key to return to the previous menus.
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Operation – Operation Procedures
How to view Logging and Statistics
The View Log. View the 100 most recent UPS log events, and view the logged details of the events, such
as date, time of occurrence, and event number.


Chrg 100%
Load 000%
xxxVin 000Vout x0Hz
Runtime: 0hr 0m
Press

Use
Control
Status
Setup
Logging
Display
Diags
Help
Press

Use
View log
Clear log
View statistics
Press
Use
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Press
Logging Screen (example)
 The top line states date, time, and event
number. Lines 2, 3, and 4 are part of the event
list. To view the entire list: Use the UP/DOWN
keys to go through the log events and press
ENTER to get a detailed description of a
particular event.
The View Statistics. View the statistics on the operation mode changes, the inverter time, and the
duration of battery operation.


Chrg 100%
Load 000%
xxxVin 000Vout x0Hz
Runtime: 0hr 0m
Press
Use
Control
Status
Setup
Logging
Display
Diags
Help
Press

Use
View log
Clear log
View statistics
===================
Press
Logging Screen
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How to use the Diags screen
The Diags. View troubleshooting information.


Chrg 100%
Load 000%
xxxVin 000Vout x0Hz
Runtime: 0hr 0m
Press
Use
Control
Status
Setup
Logging
Display
Diags
Help
Press

Use
Fault & Diagnostics
System Information
Switch status
Raw Status Dump
Press
Diags Screen
For more details on the Fault and Diagnostics screens, see the section Troubleshooting.
Note
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Operation – Operation Procedures
How to perform a total power off
Total power off – single system without MBP.

Mains
breaker


UPS
XR Enclosure
 Check that the load is OFF.
 From the UPS: Turn OFF the UPS from the
display via Control–Turn Load Off –Yes,
Turn Load Off.
 From the XR Enclosure(s) (if available): Set
the DC disconnect switch to the OFF position.
 From the XR Enclosure(s) (if available):
Disconnect the batteries by pulling them out to
the red disconnect line shown on each battery
unit.
Warning
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 From the UPS: Disconnect the batteries by
pulling them out to the red disconnect line
shown on each battery unit.
 Set the utility/mains breaker to the OFF or
LOCKED-OUT position. If the UPS has dual
utility/mains supply, set both supplies to the
OFF or LOCKED-OUT position.
WARNING!
The lockout procedures at utility/mains breaker must be followed. If necessary, install a
padlock.
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For details on how to remove Battery Locks (if available) see the section How to remove
and install battery locks (if available).
Total power off – single system with MBP.
 Check that the load is OFF.
 From the UPS: Turn load OFF the UPS from
the display via Control–Turn Load off–Yes,
turn Load off.
 From the external MBP: Turn the output
switch (Q002) to position “0” (OFF).
 From the XR Enclosure(s) (if available): Set
the DC disconnect switch (if available) on the
XR Enclosure(s) to the OFF position.
 From the external MBP: Turn the input switch
(Q001)
to position “0” (OFF).
 From the UPS: Disconnect the batteries in the
UPS by pulling them out to the red disconnect
line.
 From the XR Enclosure(s) (if available):
Disconnect the batteries by pulling them out to
the red disconnect line.
Total power off – parallel system.
 Check that the load is OFF.
 From the UPS: Turn load OFF each of the UPS
units from the display via Control–Turn
Load off–Yes, turn Load off.
 From the external MBP: Turn the output
isolation breaker (Q004) to position “0” (OFF).
 From the external MBP: Turn all input
switches (Q001) to position “0” (OFF).
 From the external MBP: Turn all output
switches (Q002) to position “0” (OFF).
 From the XR Enclosure(s) (if available): Set
the DC disconnect switch (if available) to the
OFF position.
 From the UPS: Disconnect the batteries in the  From the XR Enclosure(s) (if available):
UPS units by pulling them out to the red
disconnect line.
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Disconnect the batteries on the UPS units by
pulling them out to the red disconnect line.
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Operation – Operation Procedures
Total power off – isolating one UPS in a parallel system.
 From the UPS: From the Main Menu screen
select Status and scroll down to Status of
actual redundancy: n+ in order to check that
the remaining UPS(s) will be able to carry the
load when one UPS is isolated.
 From the UPS: Turn load OFF from the display
on the UPS to be isolated via Control–Turn
Load off–Yes, turn Load off.
 From the external MBP: Check that the output  From the external MBP: Turn the output
lamp (Q002) of the UPS to be isolated is lit.
switch (Q002) connected to the UPS you want
to isolate to position “0” (OFF).
 From the external MBP: Turn the input switch  From the XR Enclosure(s) (if available): Set
connected to the UPS you want to
isolate to position “0” (OFF) .
(Q001)
 From the UPS: Disconnect the batteries in the
UPS which you want to isolate by pulling them
out to the red disconnect line.
the DC disconnect switch (if available) on the
XR Enclosure to the OFF position.
 From the XR Enclosure(s) (if available):
Disconnect the batteries by pulling them out to
the red disconnect line.
Parallel system – turning the isolated UPS into normal operation.
 From the external MBP: Turn the input switch  From the UPS: Connect the batteries by
(Q1) connected to the UPS you want to turn
into normal operation to position “1” (ON).
 From the XR Enclosure(s) (if available):
pulling them in.
 From the XR Enclosure(s) (if available): Set
Connect the batteries by pulling them in.
the DC disconnect switch (if available) on the
XR Enclosure to position ON.
 From the external MBP: Turn the output
 From the UPS: Turn load ON from the display
switch (Q002) connected to the UPS you want
to turn into normal operation to position “I”
(ON).
on the UPS you want to turn into normal
operation via Control–Turn Load on–Yes,
turn Load on.
 From the UPS: Press ESC two times to get back  From the UPS: On the Overview Screen, check
to the Overview Screen.
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that the load percentage of the UPS units is
approximately the same.
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How to perform a restart
Restart – single system wihout external MBP.
Only trained personnel familiar with the construction and the equipment may
restart the UPS.
Warning
 Set the utility/mains breaker to the ON position.
 If your installation includes an XR Battery Enclosure (SUVTBXR2B6S/SUVTBXR6B6S) with a
DC disconnect switch, set the DC disconnect switch to the ON position.
Wait approximately 30 seconds for the system to boot up and carry out a self test.
Note
After system boot-up, the display will automatically ask you to confirm/select voltage and frequency as
shown in the following.
Voltage confirmation. At restart, the display will prompt you through the following screens:

Use

Confirm Voltage
Use 400V
Yes, use 400V
No, select another
Press
When the Confirm Voltage prompt appears on
the screen, go to the desired voltage using the UP/
DOWN keys and press ENTER.
Use
Apply load?
Yes
No
Press
When the prompt Apply load appears, go to Yes
using the UP/DOWN keys and press ENTER if you
want the UPS to provide a load output now. (If
you do not want UPS load output at this point, go
to No).

Chrg xxx% ||||||||||
Load xxx% ||||||||||
xxx Vin xxxVout xxHz
Run-time: xxhr xxmin
The green (LOAD ON) LED is now lit. Press ESC
two times and the display will show the above
Overview Screen.
The UPS is now ready to support the load.
Note
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Operation – Operation Procedures
Auto-detection on frequency – if a problem occurs call APC Customer Support (see the
back cover of this manual).
Note
Restart – single system with MBP.
Only trained personnel familiar with the construction and the equipment may
restart the UPS.
Warning
 From the XR Enclosure(s) (if available):
Connect the batteries by pushing them in.
 From the XR Enclosure(s) (if available): Set
the DC disconnect switch (if available) to the
ON position.
 From the external MBP: Turn the output
switch (Q002) to position “I” (ON).
 From the UPS: Connect the batteries by
pushing them in.
 From the external MBP: Turn the input switch
(Q001)
to position “1” (ON).
 From the UPS: Turn load ON from the display
via Control – Turn Load on – Yes, turn
Load on.
 Check that the load is ON.
The UPS is now ready to support the load.
Note
Auto-detection on frequency – if a problem occurs call APC Customer Support (see the
back cover of this manual).
Note
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Restart – parallel system.
Only trained personnel familiar with the construction and the equipment may
restart the UPS system.
Warning
 From the XR Enclosure(s) (if available):
Connect the batteries on the UPS units by
pushing them in.
 From the XR Enclosure(s) (if available): Set
the DC disconnect switch (if available) to the
ON position.
 From the external MBP: Turn all output
switches (Q002) to position “1” (ON).
 From the UPS: Connect the batteries by
pushing them in.
 From the external MBP: Turn all input
switches (Q001) to position “1” (ON).
 From the external MBP: Turn the output
isolation breaker (Q004) to position “1” (ON).
 From the UPS: Turn load ON each of the UPS  Check that the load is ON.
units from the display via Control – Turn
Load on– Yes, turn Load on.
The UPS system is now ready to support the load.
Note
Auto-detection on frequency – if a problem occurs call APC Customer Support (see the
back cover of this manual).
Note
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Configuration
Settings
How to change the Clock and the Alarms in the Setting menu
Chrg xxx%
Load xxx%
xxxxVin
Runtime
Clock
Load
Alarms
Runtime
Shutdown
Par.
Redundancy
Default
System
Control Display
Status Diags
Setup Help
Logging
Setup
Settings
Other
Clock. The Clock menu changes the date and the clock settings and it time-stamps events in the
event log. To avoid inaccuracies, change the clock-setting at daylight-saving time.


Chrg 100%
Load 000%
xxxVin 000Vout x0Hz
Runtime: 0hr 0m
Press

Use
Use
Settings:
Shutdown
Default
System
Press
Date: 24-Sep-2006
Time: 13:45:51
Alarms
Clock
Other
Press
Press

Change date
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Logging
Display
Diags
Help


Use
Control
Status
Setup
Date: 24-Sep-2006
Time: 13:45:51
Change month
Press
Use
Date: 24-Sep-2006
Time: 13:45:51
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 To go to Time
Use
 The procedure to change the Time features is
Date: 24-Sep-2006
Time: 13:45:51
the same as described for date and month
Press
Press
to return to previous screen(s)
Alarm thresholds. The procedure for changing the Alarm thresholds is the same as described under the
Clock changes. Please be aware of the below notes.
If the load level exceeds the pre-programmed threshold, the UPS will display a warning.
Note
Redundancy: The state of redundancy that will trigger an alarm: Choices are:
Note
• N+0 – The power requirement exceeds the redundancy limit: Redundancy is not
available.
• N+1 – The power requirement does not utilize the last unit: Redundancy is available.
• N+2 – The power requirement does not utilize the last two units: Redundancy is
available.
• N+3 – The power requirement does not utilize the last three units: Redundancy is
available.
How to change the Beeper setup, the Contrast, and the Language in the Display menu
Chrg xxx%
Load xxx%
xxxxVin
Runtime
Control Display
Status Diags
Setup Help
Logging
Beeper setup
Display
Display setup
Contrast
Language
Work your way through the menu screens and make your changes with the UP/DOWN and the ENTER keys
as described for the Clock and the Alarms in the Settings menu.
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Configuration – Settings
The Beeper setup. In the Beeper setup you can choose between the following options:
• Never: If you select this setting, the Beeper will be active at internal UPS errors only.
• PwrFail+30: If you select this setting, the Beeper will be active at internal UPS errors and at utility/
mains or bypass errors. The Beeper will only sound if the fault has been present for more than 30
seconds.
• PwrFail: If you select this setting, the Beeper will be active at internal UPS errors and at utility/
mains or bypass errors. The Beeper will sound immediately when the error is occurring.
• LOW BATT: If you select this setting, the Beeper will be active at internal UPS errors at utility/
mains or bypass errors, at power failures, and at a low battery level (if the UPS runs in battery
operation).
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Maintenance
Parts Replacement
Read Safety Sheet 990-2822 prior to replacing parts (available in the
Documentation Storage Area).
Warning
How to determine if you need a replacement part
To determine if you need a replacement part, contact APC Customer Support and follow the procedure
below so that the APC Customer Support representative can assist you promptly.
1. In the event of a module failure the display interface may show additional “fault list” screens. Press
any key to scroll through these fault lists, record the information, an provide it to the representative.
2. Write down the serial number of the unit so that you will have it easily accessible when you contact
APC Customer Support.
3. If possible call APC Customer Support from a telephone that is within reach of the UPS display
interface so that you can gather and report additional information to the representative.
4. Be prepared to provide at detailed description of the problem. A representative will help you solve
the problem over the telephone, if possible, or will assign a return material authorization (RMA)
number to you. If a module is returned to APC, this RMA number must be clearly printed on the
outside of the package.
5. If the unit is within the warranty period, repairs or replacements will be performed free of charge. If
it is not within the warranty period, there will be a charge.
6. If the unit is covered by an APC Service Contract, have the contract available to provide
information to the representative.
How to return parts to APC
Call APC Customer support to obtain an RMA number.
To return a failed module to APC, pack the module in the original shipping materials, and return it by
insured, prepaid carrier. The APC Customer Support representative will provide the destination address.
If you no longer have the original shipping materials, ask the representative about obtaining a new set.
Pack the module properly to avoid damage in transit. Never use styrofoam beads or other loose packaging
materials when shipping a module. The module may settle in transit and become damaged. Enclose a
letter in the package with your name, RMA number, address, a copy of the sales receipt, description of
the problem, a phone number, and a check as payment (if necessary).
Damages sustained in transit are not covered under warranty.
Note
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Maintenance – Parts Replacement
How to store the battery modules
The battery modules must be stored indoors and with their protective packaging still in place.
Ambient temperature:
-15° to 40°C/5°F to 104°F
Relative Humidity:
25-85% Non-condensing
Storage place free from vibration,
dust, direct sunlight, and moisture.
Stored batteries should be recharged at regular intervals depending on the storage temperature:
Storage Temperature
Recharge interval
-15° to 20°C/5°F to 68°F
9 months
20° to 30°C/68°F to 86°F
6 months
30° to 40°C/86°F to 104°F
3 months
Caution: Do not store the batteries for more than 12 months.
Replaceable parts (only trained personnel).
Part
APC Part No.
Battery Module
SYBT4
Network Management Card with temperature sensor
AP9619
Note
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APC recommends that a whole battery module (four batteries) is replaced at the same time to
ensure optimal runtime. However, it is only necessary to replace two batteries at the same
time. See section How to replace and install a battery module, Directions for replacement.
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User interface (front).








 Network Management Card with temperature sensor: used for remote system control
and monitoring, e-mail notifications etc. For configuration and use, refer to the separate
user manual: Network Management Card with Environmental Monitor – shipped with the UPS.
 Computer-interface port for the connection of computers with APC Powerchute® software.
 Internal Mechanical Bypass Lever: used to bypass the upstream utility/mains power around the UPS
to support the load directly = internal bypass operation. Not applicable in parallel systems.
 Service port (for APC maintenance personnel only).
 Display port for the connection of display communication cable.
 Parallel operation port.
 Documentation storage.
 Power Module.
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Maintenance – Parts Replacement
How to replace a Network Management Card

 Loosen the two Torx screws

 Carefully pull out the card.
(one on each side of the card).
 Install the new card.
 Reattach the 2 Torx screws.
How to replace and install a battery module
General safety prior to battery module replacement.
When replacing Battery Modules, replace with the same numbers of the: SYBT4.
Note
Servicing of batteries should be performed or supervised by personnel knowledgeable of
batteries and the required precautions. Keep unauthorized personnel away from batteries.
Caution
Do not dispose of battery or batteries in a fire. The battery may explode.
Do not open or multilate the battery or batteries. Released electrolyte is harmful to the
skin and eyes. It may be toxic.
A battery can present a risk of electrical shock and high short circuit current. The
following precautions should be observed when working on batteries:
• Remove watches, rings, or other metal objects.
• Use tools with insulated handles.
• Wear rubber gloves and boots.
• Do not lay tools or metal parts on top of batteries.
• Disconnect charging source prior to connecting or disconnecting battery terminals.
Use two people to lift components weighing between 18 – 32 kg / 40 – 70 lb.
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Battery module. One Battery Module consists of four Battery Units (shipping in the Enclosures).
4 x 24 kg / 4 x 53 lbs
How to remove a battery compartment cover. (only applicable to the 200 V version)
 Unscrew two M6 screws (one in each side of
the UPS).
 Pull top free of enclosure.
 Lift battery compartment cover free of the

two slots.


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Maintenance – Parts Replacement
How to remove and install battery locks (if available). If your system is equipped with Battery
Locks, follow the below procedure to remove the battery locks.
 Remove the M6 screw attaching the battery
lock to the shelf.
 Push the battery lock to the left, push it
upwards and remove.
 Use reverse procedures for installation of
battery locks.


Replacement.
Batteries must be replaced by trained personnel only (see the section General safety
prior to Battery Module replacement).
Caution
Directions for replacement. APC recommends that a whole battery module (four batteries) is replaced
at the same time to ensure optimal runtime (see Example 1). However, it is only necessary to replace two
batteries at the same time according to Example 2 and 3 in the below tables.
523mm/(20in)
Enclosure
Col A
Col B
Col C
Col D
Example 1
New
New
New
New
Example 2
New
New
Old
Old
Example 3
Old
Old
New
New
352mm/(14 in)
Enclosure
Col A
Col B
Example 1
New
New
New
New
New
New
Old
Old
Old
Old
New
New
Example 2
Example 3
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Follow the below procedures if you need to change or add a battery module, e.g. if you receive a display
message reporting a bad battery, or if you need to add batteries for increased runtime.
XR
UPS




 When removing Battery Modules, start from
the highest level and work down.
 Holding the battery handle, gently push the
battery upwards and pull it halfway out of
the enclosure. A lock mechanism prevents it
from being pulled all the way out.
 To release the battery from the lock
mechanism, gently push the battery upwards
again and pull it out, while another person
supports the battery.
Installation. If additional batteries are needed for extra runtime, or if you install battery replacement
modules, be aware of the following:
Batteries must be replaced by trained personnel only (see the section General safety
prior to Battery Module replacement).
Caution
Caution
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Do not install Battery Modules in the UPS until you are ready to power up the system.
Disregarding this caution can result in a deep discharge of the batteries and cause
permanent damage. The time between battery installation and powering up the UPS
should not exceed 72 hours or 3 days.
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Maintenance – Parts Replacement
UPS / XR

 Install the Battery Module in the lowest
available bay (four across in 523 mm/(20 in)
UPS versions, two across in 352 mm/(14 in)
UPS versions).

 Position the Battery Unit to slide in between
the grooves and push completely into the
UPS to ensure connection.
If a problem is reported, ensure that the modules in question are correctly installed. If the
problem persists, see the section Troubleshooting.
Note
Allow for a 24-hour recharging period of the batteries after system start-up.
Note
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Troubleshooting
Status and Alarm Messages
This section lists the status and alarm messages that the UPS might display. The messages are listed in
alphabetical order, and a suggested corrective action is listed with each alarm message to help you
troubleshoot problems.
Display messages
Display Message
Meaning
Corrective Action
Automatic Self Test
Started.
The UPS has started pre-programmed
battery test.
No corrective action is necessary.
ABus Communication
Fault.
Communication fault detected on the
ABus.
Check ABus wiring. If this does not
help contact APC.
ABus Termination Fault.
ABus termination is missing.
Check if termination is present. If this
does not help contact APC.
Batt Temperature
Exceeded Upper Limit.
The temperature of one or more battery units has exceeded the system
specifications.
Contact APC Customer Support
(see back cover).
Battery over-voltage
warning.
The battery voltage is too high and
the charger has been deactivated.
Contact APC Customer Support
(see back cover).
Bypass Not Available
Input Freq/Volt Out Of
Range.
The frequency or voltage is out of
acceptable range for bypass. This
message occurs when the UPS is
online, and indicates that the bypass
mode may not be available if
required.
Correct the input voltage to provide
an acceptable voltage or frequency.
Discharged Battery.
The UPS is in battery operation and
the battery charge is low.
Note: Runtime is limited in duration.
No corrective action is necessary.
Shut down the system and the load
equipment or restore incoming
voltage.
Emergency PSU Fault.
The redundant Emergency Power
Supply Unit (PSU) is not working.
The UPS will continue to work normally, but the PSU should be
replaced.
Contact APC Customer Support
(see back cover).
EPO Activated.
The Emergency Power Off switch has
been activated.
Deactivate the Emergency Power Off
switch.
Fan fault.
A fan has failed.
Contact APC Customer Support (see
back cover).
Int. Mech. Bypass
Switch Closed.
The internal mechanical switchgear is
closed.
No corrective action necessary. The
UPS is in internal mechanical bypass
operation.
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Display Message
Meaning
Corrective Action
Int. Mech. Bypass
Switch Open.
The internal mechanical switchgear is
open.
No corrective action is necessary.
Low-Battery.
The UPS is in battery operation and
the battery charge is low.
Note: Runtime is limited in duration.
Shut down the system and the load
equipment or restore incoming voltage.
Load Is No Longer
Above Alarm Threshold.
The load previously exceeded the
alarm threshold and the situation has
been corrected either because the load
decreased or the threshold was
increased.
No corrective action is necessary.
Load Power Is Above
Alarm Threshold.
The load has exceeded the userspecified load alarm threshold.
Option 1: Use the display interface to
raise the alarm threshold.
Option 2: Reduce the load.
Parallel Redundancy
Below Alarm Threshold.
The load has exceeded the user
specified load alarm threshold.
Option 1: Use the display interface to
raise the alarm threshold.
Option 2: Reduce the load.
Parallel redundancy is now restored.
Mains Not Available.
Input Freq/Volt Out of
Range.
The frequency or voltage is out of
acceptable range for normal
operation.
Correct the input voltage to provide
acceptable voltage or frequency.
Min Runtime Restored.
The system runtime dropped below
the configured minimum and has
been restored. Additional Battery
Modules were installed, the existing
Battery Modules were recharged, the
load was reduced, or the threshold
was decreased.
No corrective action is necessary.
No Batteries Are
Connected.
No battery power is available.
Check that the batteries are inserted
properly.
No Master is Present in
the Parallel System.
No parallel master is present. The
parallel system will not be able to
function properly.
Contact APC.
Number of Battery
Modules Decreased.
One or more battery modules were
removed.
No corrective action is necessary.
Number of Battery
Modules Increased.
One or more battery modules were
added.
No corrective action is necessary.
Overload on a Parallel
Unit.
One or more systems has overload.
Note that the entire parallel system
will not be able to return from bypass.
No corrective action is necessary.
PBus Communication
Fault on Cable 1.
Communication fault detected on the
PBus 1 or PBus 2.
Check PBus 1 or PBus 2 wiring.
If this does not help contact APC.
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Display Message
Meaning
Corrective Action
PBus Communication
Fault on Cable 2.
Communication fault detected on the
PBus 1 or PBus 2.
Check PBUS 1 or PBus 2 wiring.
If this does not help contact APC.
PBus Termination Fault
on Cable 1.
PBus 1 or PBus 2
termination is missing.
Check if termination is present. If this
does not help contact APC.
PBus Termination Fault
on Cable 2.
PBus 1 or PBus 2
termination is missing.
Check if termination is present. If this
does not help contact APC.
Parallel Configuration
Fault.
The parallel system has not been configured correct.
Contact APC.
Parallel Redundancy
Restored.
The parallel redundancy has been
restored.
No corrective action is necessary.
Replace Batt(s).
One or more Battery Modules need
replacement (only applicable with
internal batteries).
See the section How to replace and
install a battery module for procedures.
Runtime Is Below Alarm
Threshold.
The predicted runtime is lower than
the user-specified minimum runtime
alarm threshold. Either the battery
capacity has decreased, or the load
has increased.
Option 1: Allow the battery modules
to recharge.
Option 2: If possible, increase the
number of battery modules.
Option 3: Reduce the load.
Option 4: Decrease the alarm
threshold.
Contact APC Customer Support
(see back cover).
Site Wiring Fault.
Wrong phase rotation on the input
side. The UPS will continue to supply
conditioned power from batt.
An electrician should check that the
UPS has been wired properly.
Shutdown Due To Low
Battery.
The UPS was in Battery Operation
and shut down the load when no more
battery power was available.
No corrective action is necessary.
Note: If the problem reoccurs, consider increasing the battery capacity.
Static Bypass Switch
Fault.
The Static Bypass Switch has failed.
Contact APC Customer Support (see
back cover).
System Failure Detected
by Surveillance.
The system has detected an internal
error.
Check for other alarms and contact
APC customer support if the problem
persists.
System Start Up
Configuration Failed.
System configuration error. Unable to
determine system voltage and/or
Enclosure size.
Check for other alarms and contact
APC customer support if the problem
persists.
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Display Message
Meaning
Corrective Action
System Not Synchronized to Bypass.
The system cannot synchronize to
bypass. The mode may not be available.
Option 1: Decrease the input frequency sensitivity.
Contact APC Customer Support
(see back cover).
Option 2: Correct the bypass input
voltage to provide acceptable voltage
on frequency.
UPS In Bypass Due To
Fault.
The UPS has transferred to Bypass
Mode because a fault has occurred.
Contact APC Customer Support
(see back cover).
UPS In Bypass Due To
Overload.
The load exceeded the power
capacity. The UPS has switched to
Bypass Mode.
Decrease the load.
UPS Is Overloaded.
The load exceeded the system power
capacity.
Option 1: Decrease the load.
Option 2: Check the load distribution
on the 3 phases via the display. If the
load is unevenly distributed, adjust
the load distribution.
Weak Batt(s) Detected.
Reduced Runtime.
One or more weak batteries detected.
Replace the weak batteries.
XR Battery Fuse Blown.
XR Battery Fuse blown. Runtime is
lower than expected.
Replace the blown fuse in XR Enclosure (only applicable if your installation includes an XR
Enclosure).
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APC Worldwide Customer Support
Customer support for this or any other APC product is available at no charge in any of the following ways:
• Visit the APC Web site to access documents in the APC Knowledge Base and to submit customer
support requests.
– www.apc.com (Corporate Headquarters)
Connect to localized APC Web sites for specific countries, each of which provides customer support
information.
– www.apc.com/support/
Global support searching APC Knowledge Base and using e-support.
• Contact an APC Customer Support center by telephone or e-mail.
– Regional centers
Direct InfraStruXure
Customer Support Line
(1)(877)537-0607
(toll free)
APC headquarters U.S., (1)(800)800-4272
(toll free)
Canada
Latin America
(1)(401)789-5735
(USA)
Europe, Middle East,
Africa
(353)(91)702000
(Ireland)
Japan
(0) 35434-2021
Australia, New Zealand, (61) (2) 9955 9366
(Australia)
South Pacific area
– Local, country-specific centers: go to www.apc.com/support/contact for contact information.
Contact the APC representative or other distributor from whom you purchased your APC product for
information on how to obtain local customer support.
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