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Compaq R6000 Series UPS
Operation and Reference Guide
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Contents
About This Guide
Text Conventions........................................................................................................vii
Symbols in Text ..........................................................................................................vii
Symbols on Equipment............................................................................................. viii
Rack Stability...............................................................................................................ix
Getting Help.................................................................................................................ix
Compaq Technical Support ..................................................................................ix
Compaq Website....................................................................................................x
Compaq Authorized Reseller ................................................................................x
Chapter 1
Introduction
Compaq R6000 UPS Series Models ......................................................................... 1-1
Front Panel................................................................................................................ 1-2
Rear Panel ................................................................................................................. 1-3
Compaq R6000 UPS Features .................................................................................. 1-4
Communication Ports ........................................................................................ 1-4
Front Panel LEDs .............................................................................................. 1-5
Front Panel Controls and LCD Display ............................................................ 1-6
Power Management Software............................................................................ 1-7
Compaq Power Management Software ............................................................. 1-7
Hardware Options.............................................................................................. 1-8
Extended Runtime Modules (ERMs) .............................................................. 1-13
Remote Emergency Power Off (REPO) Port .................................................. 1-14
Warranty ................................................................................................................. 1-14
$25,000 Computer Load Protection Guarantee............................................... 1-14
Pre-Failure Battery Warranty .......................................................................... 1-15
Chapter 2
Installation
Important Safety Instructions ................................................................................... 2-1
About This Device .................................................................................................... 2-1
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Installation
continued
Installation Considerations ........................................................................................2-2
Weight ................................................................................................................2-2
Position ...............................................................................................................2-2
Outline of Installation Procedure...............................................................................2-3
Check Battery Recharge Label ..................................................................................2-4
Unpacking the UPS ...................................................................................................2-4
Preparing the Rack.....................................................................................................2-4
Assembling the Compaq R6000 UPS........................................................................2-5
Placing UPS in rack............................................................................................2-5
Wiring the Compaq R6000 UPS ...............................................................................2-7
Code Compliance Information ...........................................................................2-7
Connecting the Remote Emergency Power Off Switch (REPO) Port ...............2-7
Connecting the Compaq R6000 UPS to AC Branch Circuit..............................2-9
Install and connect the battery packs................................................................2-12
Installing Extended Runtime Modules (ERMs) ......................................................2-17
Connecting Communications Ports ..................................................................2-18
Connecting Communication Ports to Other Devices .......................................2-18
Installing and Connecting Communication Options ........................................2-18
Connecting Loads ....................................................................................................2-19
Load Segments Description..............................................................................2-19
Configuring Load Segments.............................................................................2-20
Attaching the Load Segments...........................................................................2-20
Ordering Extra Power Cords ...................................................................................2-21
Completing the Assembly of the R6000 UPS in the Rack......................................2-22
Powering up the R6000 UPS ...................................................................................2-23
Turning on the Main Circuit Breaker ...............................................................2-23
Pressing the ON button.....................................................................................2-23
Shutting Down the System ...............................................................................2-23
Charging Batteries ...................................................................................................2-24
Installation is Now Complete ..................................................................................2-24
Chapter 3
Operation
Front Panel Controls...........................................................................................3-2
Front Panel Indicators................................................................................................3-3
Front Panel LCD.................................................................................................3-3
Front Panel LEDs ...............................................................................................3-4
Modes of Operation ...................................................................................................3-5
Shutting Down the System .................................................................................3-6
Initiating a Self-test ...................................................................................................3-7
Audible Alarm ...........................................................................................................3-7
Silencing an Audible Alarm ...............................................................................3-8
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Chapter 4
Configuration
Changing Configuration Parameters......................................................................... 4-1
Matching the Utility Voltage .................................................................................... 4-2
Configuring the COMPAQ R6000 UPS Using the LCD Display Menu ................. 4-3
LCD Display Menu Structure................................................................................... 4-4
Initial Power-Up Display................................................................................... 4-4
Top Level Main Menu....................................................................................... 4-4
Sub-Menu Choices ............................................................................................ 4-5
Status ................................................................................................................. 4-6
Meters ................................................................................................................ 4-8
Active Alarms.................................................................................................. 4-10
Battery Data..................................................................................................... 4-13
Firmware Version ............................................................................................ 4-13
Load Control.................................................................................................... 4-14
Display Test..................................................................................................... 4-14
System Setup ................................................................................................... 4-15
Chapter 5
Battery Maintenance
Precautions................................................................................................................ 5-2
Charging Batteries .................................................................................................... 5-2
When to Replace Batteries........................................................................................ 5-3
Pre-Failure Battery Warranty ............................................................................ 5-3
Obtaining New Batteries ................................................................................... 5-3
How to Replace Batteries ......................................................................................... 5-4
Before Replacing Batteries................................................................................ 5-4
Removing the Battery Packs ............................................................................. 5-4
Installing New Batteries .................................................................................... 5-8
Disposing of Used Batteries ................................................................................... 5-10
Care and Storage of Batteries ................................................................................. 5-10
Extended Runtime Module (ERM) Batteries ......................................................... 5-11
Chapter 6
Troubleshooting
Responding to Audible Alarms ................................................................................ 6-2
Acknowledgement Audible Alarm..................................................................... 6-2
Shutdown Imminent Audible Alarm .................................................................. 6-2
Shutdown within 30 seconds Audible Alarm..................................................... 6-3
Loads in Jeopardy Audible Alarm .................................................................... 6-4
Warning Audible Alarm .................................................................................... 6-5
Caution Audible Alarm ..................................................................................... 6-6
COMPAQ R6000 UPS Trouble Indicators .............................................................. 6-8
LED Alarm Configurations ...................................................................................... 6-9
Repairing the UPS .................................................................................................. 6-10
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Appendix A
Regulatory Compliance Notices
Federal Communications Commission Notice.........................................................A-1
Class A Equipment ...................................................................................................A-2
Class B Equipment ...................................................................................................A-2
Declaration of Conformity for Products Marked with FCC Logo, United
States Only.........................................................................................................A-2
Modifications.....................................................................................................A-3
Cables ................................................................................................................A-3
Canadian Notice (Avis Canadien) ............................................................................A-3
Class A Equipment ............................................................................................A-3
Class B Equipment ............................................................................................A-3
European Union Notice ............................................................................................A-4
Japanese Notice ........................................................................................................A-4
Class A/B Equipment ........................................................................................A-4
Taiwanese Notice......................................................................................................A-5
Battery Replacement Notice.....................................................................................A-6
Appendix B
Electrostatic Discharge
Grounding Methods .................................................................................................. B-2
Appendix C
Specifications
Physical Specifications ............................................................................................. C-2
Input Specifications .................................................................................................. C-2
Output Specifications ............................................................................................... C-3
Battery Specifications............................................................................................... C-5
Environmental Specifications................................................................................... C-6
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About This Guide
This guide is designed to be used as step-by-step instructions for installation and as a
reference for operation, troubleshooting, and future upgrades.
Text Conventions
This document uses the following conventions to distinguish elements of text:
Keys appear in boldface. A plus sign (+) between
Keys
two keys indicates that they should be pressed
simultaneously.
USER INPUT
User input appears in a different typeface and in
uppercase.
FILENAMES
File names appear in uppercase italics.
Menu Options,
Command Names,
Dialog Box Names
These elements appear in initial capital letters.
COMMANDS,
DIRECTORY NAMES,
and DRIVE NAMES
These elements appear in uppercase.
Type
When you are instructed to type information, type
the information without pressing the Enter key.
Enter
When you are instructed to enter information, type
the information and then press the Enter key.
Symbols in Text
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of information.
Symbols on Equipment
These icons may be located on equipment in areas where hazardous conditions may exist.
Any surface or area of the equipment marked with these symbols
indicates the presence of electrical shock hazards. Enclosed area
contains no operator serviceable parts.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of injury from electrical shock hazards,
do not open this enclosure.
Any RJ-45 receptacle marked with these symbols indicates a Network
Interface Connection.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of electrical shock, fire, or damage to
the equipment, do not plug telephone or telecommunications
connectors into this receptacle.
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indicates the presence of a hot surface or hot component. If this
surface is contacted, the potential for injury exists.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of injury from a hot component, allow
the surface to cool before touching.
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Rack Stability
WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal injury or damage to the equipment, be sure that:
a.
The leveling jacks are extended to the floor.
b.
The full weight of the rack rests on the leveling jacks.
c.
The stabilizing feet are attached to the rack if it is a single rack installation.
d.
The racks are coupled together in multiple rack installations.
e.
A rack may become unusable if more than one component is extended for any reason.
Extend only one component at a time.
Getting Help
If you have a problem and have exhausted the information in this guide, you can get further
information and other help in the following locations.
Compaq Technical Support
You are entitled to free hardware technical telephone support for your product for as long
you own the product. A technical support specialist will help you diagnose the problem or
guide you to the next step in the warranty process.
In North America, call the Compaq Technical Phone Support Center at
1
1-800-OK-COMPAQ . This service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Outside North America, call the nearest Compaq Technical Support Phone Center.
Telephone numbers for world wide Technical Support Centers are listed on the Compaq
website. Access the Compaq website by logging on to the Internet at
http://www.compaq.com.
Be sure to have the following information available before you call Compaq:
Technical support registration number (if applicable)
Product serial number (s)
Product model name(s) and numbers(s)
Applicable error messages
Add-on boards or hardware
Third-party hardware or software
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Operating system type and revision level
Detailed, specific questions
Compaq Website
The Compaq website has information on this product as well as the latest drivers and Flash
ROM images. You can access the Compaq website by logging on to the Internet at
http://www.compaq.com.
Compaq Authorized Reseller
For the name of your nearest Compaq Authorized Reseller:
In the United States, call 1-800-345-1518.
In Canada, call 1-800-263-5868.
Elsewhere, see the Compaq website for locations and telephone numbers.
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Chapter
1
Introduction
This chapter contains information on the following topics:
■
The Compaq R6000 Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
series models
■
Compaq R6000 UPS front panel
■
Compaq R6000 UPS rear panel
■
Compaq R6000 UPS features
■
The $25,000 Computer Load Protection Guarantee
■
Pre-Failure Battery Warranty
Compaq R6000 UPS Series Models
The Compaq R6000 UPS Series includes the following models:
Table 1-1
Compaq R6000 UPS Series Models
UPS Model
Part Number
Comments
R6000
347207-001
North American; high voltage. Rack mount.
R6000j
347207-291
Japanese; high voltage. Rack mount.
R6000I
347207-B31
International; high voltage. Rack mount.
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Front Panel
The Compaq R6000 Series UPS is a rack-mount model.
Figure 1-1. The R6000 front panel
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Introduction 1-3
Rear Panel
The Compaq R6000 UPS Series features the following rear panel
configuration:
1
2
3
4
8
5
6
7
Figure 1-2. The R6000 rear panel
Compaq R6000 UPS communication ports
1
2
Manual Bypass switch
3
Input terminal block
4
16 Amp receptacle
5
10 Amp receptacle
6
Circuit breakers for segments (left to right) 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5
7
Circuit breakers for (left to right)
8
■
Segments 1 and 4
■
Segments 2
■
Segments 3 and 5
REPO port
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Compaq R6000 UPS Features
Numerous features make the Compaq R6000 UPS both versatile and userfriendly:
■
Two serial communication ports
■
Five independent load segments (including three 16 Amp IEC-320, and
twelve 10 Amp IEC-320 receptacles)
■
Front panel controls and LCD display for easy configuration,
monitoring, and operation
■
Expanded support for Compaq Power Management Software
■
Support for Compaq Extended Runtime Modules, options that extend
the available runtime of the UPS
■
Support for Compaq hardware option cards that further extend the
power management capabilities of the UPS
■
Compaq Multi-Server UPS Card
Compaq Scalable UPS Card
Compaq SNMP-EN Adapter
Support for Remote Emergency Power Off (REPO)
Communication Ports
The Compaq R6000 UPS includes two communications ports (Port 1 and
Port 2) that allow data-exchange with host computers.
The Compaq R6000 UPS uses special DE9 cables for communication with
host computers.
CAUTION: Use only the DE9 cables supplied by Compaq to connect the
communications port to the host computer. Use of standard RS-232 cables may
cause equipment damage.
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Front Panel LEDs
The front panel has four LEDs to indicate the UPS operating mode.
1
2
3
4
Figure 1-3. The front panel
LED
LED Color
LED Meaning
1
Green
Solid green means normal operation.
Flashing green means Standby.
2
Yellow
Solid yellow means the UPS is on Battery;
flashing yellow means UPS is on Battery and
Standby
3
Yellow
Solid yellow means the UPS is on Bypass.
4
Red
Solid red means current or impending problems.
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Front Panel Controls and LCD Display
The front panel controls and LCD display provide an easy-to-use UPS
interface for setup, load control, and status monitoring. The front panel
features six button controls.
1
2
3
6
4
5
Figure 1-4. The Front Panel Controls
Control
Name
Function
1
Center
Large 4-way rocking button; used to control
navigation through LCD menu structure:
UP, DOWN, LEFT and RIGHT.
2
Enter
Used to navigate and select options in the
LCD menu structure
3
Escape
Used to navigate and deselect options in the
LCD menu structure
4
ON
Used to control status
5
STANDBY
Used to control status
6
TEST/RESET
ALARM
Used to control functions
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Introduction 1-7
Power Management Software
Compaq supplies three power management software packages with each UPS:
■
Compaq Power Management Software is a comprehensive Microsoft
Windows-based management application that is tightly integrated with
Compaq Insight Manager.
■
Compaq LanSafe III provides UPS power management capabilities in a
network environment.
■
Compaq FailSafe III provides UPS power management capabilities in a
localized computer environment.
NOTE: Outside of the Compaq Power Management Software, Compaq OnliNet provides
support for the Compaq SNMP-EN Adapter.
Compaq Power Management Software
Compaq Power Management Software enables system administrators using
Compaq Insight Manager to monitor and manage the power being supplied to
an entire network of servers and workstations.
The software capabilities include:
■
Monitoring utility power and the power supplied by the UPS
■
Logging events, such as utility power blackouts and brownouts
■
Prioritizing protected devices
■
Start-up and shutdown of protected devices
■
Controlling extended capabilities, through the use of Compaq MultiServer UPS Cards, Compaq Scalable UPS Cards, and the Compaq
SNMP-EN Adapter.
For example, if Compaq Power Management Software detects a protracted
utility power blackout projected to exceed battery-supplied power limits, the
application initiates a shutdown sequence specified by the system
administrator. This sequence might include:
■
Saving work-in-progress throughout the network
■
Powering off non-critical devices to extend available battery power
■
Completing an orderly device shutdown after saving critical data
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For more information on using Compaq Power Management Software, refer to
the “Compaq Power Products Software Reference Guide,” available on the
Power Products Information Library CD.
Hardware Options
Six options are available for the Compaq R6000 UPS.
Table 1-2
Hardware Options
Option
Part Number
Compaq Extended Runtime Module
347224-B21
Compaq SNMP-EN Adapter
347225-B21
Compaq Multi-Server UPS Card
123508-B21
Compaq Scalable UPS Card
123509-B21
Compaq PDU High Voltage Models
NA Only295363-002
INTL295363-B31
Compaq High to Low Voltage Transformer (250VA)
388643-B21
UPS Option Cards
Two option slots are available to further expand the capabilities of the Compaq
R6000 UPS in both power control and server communication for networking
environments.
Option kits include the Compaq Multi-Server UPS Card, the Compaq Scalable
UPS Card and the Compaq SNMP-EN Adapter. These enhancements provide
communication with multiple systems, multiple UPS units, and network
management applications.
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Option kits can be used in the following configurations:
Table 1-3
Option Card Matrix
Case
Slot
MultiServer
Scalable
SNMP-EN
Adapter
1
1
X
3 servers managing a total of 5
load segments
1
X
2
X
5 servers managing a total of 5
load segments
2
2
3
1
X
1 server managing a total of 9 load
segments
X
1 in-band connection managing a
total of 9 load segments
2
4
5
1
2
X
1
X
2
Direct Connect Result (no PDU)
1 in-band connection managing a
total of 5 load segments
Notes: Board combinations can be used in the primary UPS only. When UPS units are chained, no
additional boards can be used in the other units.
For installation instructions, please see the Compaq Hardware Option Installation Guides that come with
the option card kits.
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Compaq Multi-Server UPS Card
Without a Compaq Multi-Server UPS Card, the UPS can communicate with
two host computers. The Compaq Multi-Server UPS Card enables one UPS to
communicate with up to four host computers by using all three ports on the
option card and the open port on the UPS. (Port 1 will connect the card to the
UPS through the pigtail cable on the card.)
Figure 1-5. The Multi-Server UPS Card
Compaq Power Management software enables a single UPS with one Compaq
Multi-Server UPS Card to protect up to four servers. If two Compaq MultiServer UPS Cards are installed, five servers can be separately protected by
plugging the servers into different Compaq R6000 UPS load segments.
Even if a network includes five servers running three different operating
systemsthree running Windows NT, one running UNIX, and one running
NetWaretwo Compaq Multi-Server Cards will directly communicate
between the UPS and all five servers. Each server and its associated devices
can be powered from a different UPS load segment.
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Compaq Scalable UPS Card
The Compaq Scalable UPS card enables up to three UPS units to appear as a
single virtual UPS to the host computer. Compaq Power Management
Software gives users the capability to scale up the level of power protection
available to the system.
For example, connecting three Compaq R6000 UPS units to one Scalable UPS
card creates a virtual 18 kVA UPS. The virtual UPS would have nine
independently-controlled load segments.
Figure 1-6. The Scalable UPS Card
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Compaq SNMP-EN Adapter
The Compaq SNMP-EtherNet Adapter is a user interface to the UPS in a
network where SNMP-based network management software is installed
(Compaq OnliNet). Using the SNMP-EN Adapter’s communication interface,
system administrators can virtually eliminate costly downtime due to power
outages and/or surges. This will decrease day-to-day network management
annoyances like spontaneous rebooting, lost files and corrupted dataissues
resulting from inconsistent power. The Compaq SNMP-EN Adapter provides
the means to quickly ascertain if a power-related problem exists anywhere on
the network.
The Compaq SNMP-EN Adapter lets you monitor the network without having
to run power management software on a server. Other network
componentslike hubs and routerscan be monitored, even when Compaq
Power Management Software is not in use.
The Compaq SNMP-EN Adapter Kit includes Compaq OnliNet software and
documentation, as well as information on installing and configuring the
Compaq SNMP-EN Adapter using MIB and Power MIB.
Figure 1-7. The SNMP-EN Adapter
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Extended Runtime Modules (ERMs)
The Compaq R6000 UPS also supports Extended Runtime Modules. The UPS
rear panel includes a power receptacle where the modules attach. Each ERM
consists of dual battery packs in a 3U chassis.
At the recommended 80% load, one ERM will extend the available UPS
runtime up to 18 minutes. Two ERMs can be serially connected to each UPS,
increasing the total available runtime to up to 30 minutes.
NOTE: These figures were derived using the Compaq recommended 80% load.
1
2
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Figure 1-8. Back panel with installed Extended Runtime Module
Power Distribution Units (PDUs)
You can extend the capabilities of the Compaq R6000 UPS by attaching a
Compaq Power Distribution Unit (PDU) to the high current receptacle
associated with load segments 1, 2, or 3. This provides 12 additional
receptacles to load segments 1, 2 or 3.
The Compaq High to Low Voltage Transformer (250VA), another Compaq
Power Distribution Unit, may be connected to the Compaq R6000 UPS to
supply two low-voltage outlets at 250 VA. See the documentation included
with each unit for Installation and Operation instructions.
You can connect your devices to the PDU using IEC-320 jumper cords
(Part No. 295633-B21). To order more IEC cords, see the section in this
chapter entitled, “Configuring Load Segments.”
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Remote Emergency Power Off (REPO) Port
The Compaq R6000 UPS Series models include a Remote Emergency Power
Off (REPO) port, as required by the National Electrical Code (NFPA 70). The
REPO port provides a terminus to attach controls that shut the UPS outputs
down from a remote location. The REPO ports of multiple UPS units may be
connected to a single switch or circuit to shut down the entire system in an
emergency.
IMPORTANT:
■
The REPO feature shuts down protected devices immediately and does not follow
the orderly shutdown procedure initiated by Compaq Power Management Software.
■
The REPO feature will shut down devices that are operating on battery power.
When the REPO switch is re-opened, the UPS will not switch to battery power
until manually re-started.
Warranty
$25,000 Computer Load Protection Guarantee
To back up the wide range of features offered with our UPS, Compaq provides
a three-year limited warranty. In addition, Compaq offers a $25,000 Computer
Load Protection Guarantee (provided by the original equipment manufacturer).
IMPORTANT: You must fill in and return the warranty card supplied with your UPS to
qualify for the $25,000 Computer Load Protection Guarantee.
The $25,000 Computer Load Protection Guarantee only applies in the
following circumstances:
■
The Compaq R6000 UPS was properly connected to utility power by a
qualified electrician and remained properly connected during operation.
For proper Compaq R6000 UPS wiring directions, see “Connecting the
Compaq R6000 UPS to AC Branch Circuit,” in Chapter 2 of this guide.
■
The Compaq R6000 UPS installation complies with all applicable
electrical and safety codes specified by the National Electrical Code
(NEC)Refer to Chapter 2 in this guide for applicable codes.
■
The UPS is used under normal operating conditions. Users comply with
all instructions and labels.
■
The UPS is not damaged by accident (other than a utility power
transient), misuse, or abuse.
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Introduction 1-15
Pre-Failure Battery Warranty
The Pre-Failure Battery Warranty, standard on all Compaq Uninterruptible
Power Supplies (UPS), extends the advantage of a Compaq three-year limited
warranty by applying it to the battery before it actually fails. Specifically, the
Pre-Failure Battery Warranty ensures that when Compaq Power Management
software notifies customers that the battery may fail, the battery is replaced
free of charge under the warranty.
Compaq maintains the highest standards in the industry, as evidenced by the
Compaq Pre-Failure Battery Warranty. The Pre-Failure Battery Warranty is
beneficial in at least two significant waysreduced total cost of ownership
and reduced downtime.
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Chapter
2
Installation
Important Safety Instructions
Save these instructions.
About This Device
This chapter serves as a guide to help qualified personnel install the Compaq
R6000 UPS.
WARNING:
■
The installation of options and routine maintenance and service of this
product must be performed by individuals who are knowledgeable about
the procedures, precautions, and hazards associated with AC Power
Products (Trained Service Technicians).
■
The Compaq R6000 UPS must be connected directly to the AC Branch
Circuit (AC Mains) by a licensed electrician.
■
There are no user-serviceable components inside.
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Installation Considerations
Weight
WARNING: This product is heavier than it appears. To reduce the risk of
personal injury or damage to the equipment:
68-136 kg
■
Observe local occupational health and safety requirements and
guidelines for manual material handling.
■
Obtain adequate assistance to lift and stabilize the product during
installation or removal. The product will be unstable when not
fastened to the rails.
■
Remove all pluggable power supplies and modules to reduce the
overall weight of the product.
150-300 lb
Position
WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal injury or damage to the
equipment, take the following precautions when installing the
equipment:
68-136 kg
150-300 lb
The Compaq R6000 UPS and the Extended Runtime Modules (ERMs)
MUST be installed at the bottom of the rack. If placed in rack with
existing equipment, the rack must be re-configured to allow installation
of UPS at the bottom of the rack.
The Compaq R6000 UPS must be mounted on the fixed rails included
in the UPS package. Refer to the appropriate installation card and rack
template, also shipped with your Compaq R6000 UPS kit for
instructions on rack-mounting the Compaq R6000 UPS.
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Installation 2-3
Outline of Installation Procedure
This chapter details the following steps required for Compaq R6000 UPS
installation:
■
Unpack the Compaq R6000 UPS.
■
Assemble the rails in the rack.
NOTE: If installing an Extended Runtime Module (ERM) with the Compaq R6000 UPS, the
ERM must be installed at the bottom of the rack, with the UPS immediately above. If the
UPS is installed without an ERM, the UPS must be installed at the bottom of the rack.
■
Install the Compaq R6000 UPS chassis on the rails.
■
Wire the Compaq R6000 UPS. Have a licensed electrician attach the
REPO port.
■
Have a licensed electrician wire the UPS to utility power
■
Install any optional ERMs.
■
Complete the assembly of the Compaq R6000 UPS in the rack; install
the batteries after the chassis is in place and all wiring is complete.
■
Connect UPS communication ports to the host computers, and install
any hardware option cards and power distribution units (PDUs).
NOTE: Perform installations before starting the UPS. It is possible to install options after
installation of the UPS, however, the UPS will have to be shut down. This will cut off
power supply protection for connected devices.
■
Charge the batteries
■
Place the UPS in Operate mode.
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Check Battery Recharge Label
Before unpacking the Compaq R6000 UPS, check the battery recharge date
specified on the Battery Recharge Date Label affixed to the shipping carton.
THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS
A NONSPILLABLE BATTERY
Next Recharge Date:
14-DEC-04
Please refer to Maintenance Section
of Owner's Manual enclosed inside
Figure 2-1. Checking the battery recharge date label
IMPORTANT: Do not use the batteries if the recharge date has passed. If the date on the
Battery Recharge Date Label has passed without the batteries being recharged, contact
an Authorized Compaq Service Representative.
Unpacking the UPS
Transport the Compaq R6000 UPS to its install location in the shipping carton.
Unpack the UPS close to the rack where it will be assembled, following the
instructions on the carton.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal injury or damage to the equipment,
■
Only use the lift-out tray to unload the UPS.
■
Do not use the lift-out tray to transport or carry the UPS.
Preparing the Rack
Please refer to the Depth-Adjustable Fixed Rails Installation Card included
with the unit for complete information on how to install the rails for the
Compaq R6000 UPS.
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Installation 2-5
Assembling the Compaq R6000 UPS
Placing UPS in rack.
WARNING: This product is heavier than it appears. To reduce the risk
of personal injury or damage to the equipment:
68-136 kg
150-300 lb
■
Observe local occupational health and safety requirements and
guidelines for manual material handling.
■
Obtain adequate assistance to lift and stabilize the product during
installation or removal. The product will be unstable when not
fastened to the rails.
■
Remove all pluggable power supplies and modules to reduce the
overall weight of the product.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal injury or damage to the
equipment, take the following precautions when installing the
equipment:
68-136 kg
■
The Compaq R6000 UPS and the Extended Runtime Modules
(ERMs) MUST be installed at the bottom of the rack. If placed in
rack with existing equipment, the rack must be re-configured to
allow installation of UPS at the bottom of the rack.
■
The Compaq R6000 UPS must be mounted on the fixed rails
included in the UPS package. Refer to the appropriate installation
card and rack template, also shipped with your Compaq R6000
UPS kit for instructions on rack-mounting the Compaq R6000
UPS.
150-300 lb
NOTE: If installing an Extended Runtime Module (ERM) with the Compaq R6000 UPS, the
ERM must be installed at the bottom of the rack, with the UPS immediately above. If the
UPS is installed without an ERM, the UPS must be installed at the bottom of the rack.
After the rails are secured in the rack:
1. With one person on each side of the box, remove the UPS chassis from
the package using the lift-out tray.
2. Gently lower the chassis to the floor in front of the rack.
3. Cut the band that holds the chassis, freeing it from the lift-out tray.
4. With one person on each side, lift the chassis to rail level and slide into
place.
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5. Attach the chassis to the rack using screws and cage nuts supplied with
the rack.
Figure 2-2. Placing chassis in rack
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Installation 2-7
Wiring the Compaq R6000 UPS
WARNING: To reduce the risk of electrical shock or personal injury while
performing this procedure, use a Lockout/Tagout procedure to isolate the
Compaq R6000 UPS from the AC Branch Circuit (AC Mains). The Lockout/Tagout
procedure should conform to local occupational safety and health regulations for
the facility.
Code Compliance Information
WARNING: The Compaq R6000 UPS requires a direct connection to a dedicated
AC Branch Circuit (AC Mains). Connection should only be performed by a
licensed electrician in accordance with National Electrical Code (NFPA70 )
Article 310 in North America or in the equivalent local and national wiring
regulations.
WARNING: If the Compaq R6000 UPS is to be installed in a computer
equipment Room, it must also be connected to a Remote Emergency Power Off
(REPO) circuit. The REPO port is designed to meet the requirements stated in
National Electrical Code (NFPA 70) Article 645-10 and 11.
Connecting the Remote Emergency Power Off
Switch (REPO) Port
The Compaq R6000 UPS includes a Remote Emergency Power Off (REPO)
port. When properly wired, the REPO port allows the power at the UPS output
receptacles to be switched off from a remote location. Local or national wiring
regulations may require REPO capabilities.
The R6000 UPS must be disconnected from utility power to wire the REPO
port.
WARNING: To reduce risk of personal injury or damage to equipment, the REPO
port must be wired by a licensed electrician.
WARNING: In North America, the REPO port must meet the NEC (NFPA 70,
Article 725) standards. The REPO port wiring must also meet all other national
and local standards in the area in which it is installed.
The Compaq R6000 UPS REPO circuit is an IEC950 Secondary Extra Low
Voltage (SELV) circuit. The computer room Emergency Power shutdown
circuit conductors that connect to the REPO terminals must meet the
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requirements of an NEC Class 2 circuit or IEC950 Secondary Extra Low
Voltage (SELV) circuit and must be separated from any hazardous voltage
circuits or conductors by reinforced insulation.
The computer room Emergency Power shutdown circuit must:
■
Short the Compaq R6000 UPS REPO terminals
■
Disconnect the Compaq R6000 UPS AC input source
WARNING: To avoid risk of personal injury or electric shock, verify that the
main breaker switch is in the OFF position before wiring the REPO port.
1. Ensure the Compaq R6000 UPS is disconnected from utility power.
2. Connect Switch or Circuit to REPO Port.
Figure 2-3. Wiring REPO port to EPO circuit
IMPORTANT: The cable that connects the R6000 to the EPO must be UL Listed, of type
CL2, CL2P, CL2R or CL2X, depending on the requirements of the local installation.
3. Verify Remote Circuit is OFF. Make sure the EPO switch is in the OFF
(open) position to enable power to the R6000 load segment receptacles.
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Installation 2-9
Connecting the Compaq R6000 UPS
to AC Branch Circuit
High Leakage Current
WARNING: To avoid the risk of electric shock due to high leakage current, earth
connection (grounding) is essential before connecting the unit to an AC supply.
Make sure AC Mains are turned off at the service panel before wiring the
Compaq R6000 UPS.
HIGH LEAKAGE CURRENT
EARTH CONNECTION ESSENTIAL BEFORE CONNECTING SUPPLY
Risk of Fire Notice
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire, connect the Compaq R6000 UPS only to a
circuit provided with 40 A maximum branch circuit rated overcurrent protection
device in accordance with the National Electrical Code (NFPA 70) and Canadian
Electrical Code, C22.1.
Electrical Safety
WARNING: To reduce the risk of electrical shock or personal injury while
performing this procedure, use a Lockout/Tagout procedure to isolate the
Compaq R6000 UPS from the AC Branch Circuit (AC Mains). The Lockout/Tagout
procedure should conform to local occupational health and safety regulations for
the facility.
Requirements
The Compaq R6000 UPS requires a dedicated branch circuit meeting the
following requirements:
■
40 Amp circuit with overcurrent protection
■
An appropriate and readily accessible disconnect device incorporated in
the fixed wiring
■
200-240 V
■
single phase
■
50-60 Hz
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Recommendation
Flexible metal conduit should be used when hardwiring the Compaq R6000
UPS. This will provide ease of service and maintenance of the system. Please
consult a licensed electrician.
Procedure
1. Locate the input wiring entry port (1),input wiring inspection panel
(2), and terminal block input cover (3).
3
NORMAL
BYPASS
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REV. P00
Figure 2-4. Rear panel, showing wiring entry point and inspection panel
2. Remove the terminal input block cover. Set aside but do not discard the
cover; the input block cover carries the wiring diagram for the terminal
block.
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NORMAL
BYPASS
3
2
1
1
1
4
4
2
1
1
&
4
4-001
4
2
3
3
2
4
5
5
2
3
5
5
3
REV. P00
13842524
Figure 2-5. Removing terminal input block cover
3. Remove the input wiring entry port cover.
4. Pull the input wires through the conduit leading from the AC Mains,
leaving about 2 ft (0.5 m) of wire hanging from the end. Attach a
suitable connector to the end of the conduit.
5. Feed the wires through the wiring entry port, the entry compartment and
the terminal input block compartment.
6. Connect the conduit to the panel. Measure wires, cut and strip 0.5 inch
(1¼ cm) of insulation from the end of each incoming wire.
7. Following the diagram on the input cover, connect the input wires to the
input terminal block connections and Ground. Ensure no loose strands
remain and that the terminal connection screws are tightened to torque
specifications found on the label immediately below the terminal block.
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3
1
2
Figure 2-6. Input terminal block
Table 2-1
Input Wiring
Marking on terminal block
2
3
Connections when rated voltage is between
L and N
N
L
Connections when rated voltage is between
phase conductors
L2
L1
8. Replace the input terminal block cover.
Install and connect the battery packs
1. Verify battery circuit breaker is off.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal injury from electric shock or damage
to the equipment, verify that the battery circuit breaker is in the OFF position
before connecting the battery packs.
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Installation 2-13
Figure 2-7. Verifying battery circuit breaker is in the OFF position
IMPORTANT: Leave the battery circuit breaker in the OFF position.
2. Slide battery packs into the UPS chassis, left battery pack first.
Figure 2-8. Sliding battery packs into chassis
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3. For each battery pack:
a. Take out connector cover screw (1).
b. Remove connector cover (2) and discard.
c. Replace screw to secure sheet metal.
1
2
Figure 2-9. Removing battery pack connector covers
4. Secure the batteries to the chassis with screws provided in the kit.
Figure 2-10. Attaching battery packs to chassis
5. Connect cables.
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Figure 2-11. Connecting battery packs to the Compaq R6000 UPS
NOTE: When attaching battery cable connectors, the connectors will provide a positive
latch into place if the release tabs are left free during attachment.
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Attaching Front Top Bezel
1. Attach the connectors for the Front Panel to the Electronics Module
receptacles (1).
2. Lift the bezel into place (2).
2
1
Figure 2-12. Attaching the top front bezel
3. Secure the bezel to the chassis using the captive screws on each side.
1
2
Figure 2-13. Securing the top front bezel to the chassis
NOTE: Leave lower bezel off until wiring and installation is complete.
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Installation 2-17
Installing Extended Runtime Modules
(ERMs)
WARNING: To reduce risk of personal injury from electric shock or damage to
equipment, the Extended Runtime Modules (ERMs) must be installed by a
Trained Service Technician.
The Compaq R6000 UPS provides the ability to add up to 2 ERMs, increasing
the available runtime. The Compaq R6000 UPS provides greater than 8
minutes of runtime at the recommended 80% load, and one ERM will extend
that runtime to greater than 18 minutes. A second ERM can provide runtimes
up to 30 minutes at recommended loads.
IMPORTANT: Extended Runtime Modules must be installed by a Trained Service
Technician using the Extended Runtime Module Installation Card.
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Connecting Communications Ports
CAUTION: To avoid damage to the equipment, only use the communications
cables with the part number:
295245-004 (Twelve-foot interface cable)
One is supplied with your kit. This UPS/Computer Interface Cable carries power
and is specifically designed for UPS communications.
Connecting Communication Ports to Other Devices
Connect Port 1 of the UPS communication ports to the appropriate
communication port on the host computer using a UPS/Computer Interface
Cable.
In a single host computer setup, Port 2 is used for additional power
management applications, such as Compaq Power Management Software,
LanSafe III, FailSafe III, and OnliNet.
NORMAL
BYPASS
3
2
1
1
4
2
1
4
4
1
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&
4
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REV. P00
Figure 2-14. Connecting a DE9 communication cable
Installing and Connecting Communication Options
Option boards for the Compaq R6000 UPS include the Compaq Multi-Server
UPS Card, the Compaq Scalable UPS Card, and the Compaq SNMP-EN
Adapter. When using any of the Compaq option boards to expand the
capabilities of the Compaq R6000 UPS, install the options using the
instructions included with those kits.
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Installation 2-19
See “Considerations” at the beginning of this guide for more information on
the options available for the Compaq R6000 UPS.
Connecting Loads
Load Segments Description
The Compaq R6000 UPS has five available load segments that can be
individually assigned. The numbered segments each have three receptacles.
The five load segments have their own circuit breakers and are used by the
software to order graceful shutdown and power-up of your network
components.
1
2
3
4
5
Figure 2-15. Rear panel, showing numbered load segments
1 IEC 320 C20, 2 IEC 320 C14
1
2
1 IEC 320 C20, 2 IEC 320 C14
3
1 IEC 320 C20, 2 IEC 320 C14
4
3 IEC 320 C14
5
3 IEC 320 C14
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Configuring Load Segments
Considerations
Before connecting the UPS to other devices, verify the load the UPS will be
carrying. Make sure that the cumulative total device Watts or VA rating (the
load) does not exceed the Watts or VA rating for the UPS.
When the UPS batteries are fully charged, backup time for R6000 Series units
at recommended 80% load is greater than 8 minutes without Extended
Runtime Modules attached. Battery runtimes can surpass 15 minutes and more
with partial loads, while ERM additions can increase runtimes up to 30
minutes, even at 80% loads. Keep this in mind when loading the UPS.
Battery runtimes may vary depending on several factors, including, but not
limited to: ambient temperature; age of batteries; and, number of cycles.
Table 2-2
Load Effect on Backup Time
Load %
Estimated Backup Time
100
Greater than 6 minutes
80
Greater than 8 minutes
50
Greater than 15 minutes
80% plus 1 ERM
Greater than 18 minutes
80% plus 2 ERMs
Up to 30 minutes
NOTE: Compaq recommends the load should not exceed 80% of the Compaq
R6000 UPS rated output.
Attaching the Load Segments
Attach the load equipment to the appropriate UPS output receptacles using
approved power cords. See “Load Segments” in this section for receptacle
configuration.
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Installation 2-21
Ordering Extra Power Cords
For information on ordering additional or replacement power cords, use a
browser to go to www.compaq.com; access the website’s Search feature and
enter, “POWER CORDS.”
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Completing the Assembly of the
R6000 UPS in the Rack
Figure 2-16. Placing the battery circuit breaker in the ON position
NOTE: If optional Extended Runtime Modules are attached, place the ERM battery circuit
breakers in the ON position after the UPS circuit breaker is placed in the ON position.
Attach the front bottom bezel using the two captive screws.
2
1
Figure 2-17. Attaching the front bottom bezel
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Installation 2-23
Powering up the R6000 UPS
Turning on the Main Circuit Breaker
After a licensed electrician has the Compaq R6000 UPS properly wired to
utility power, and hardware installation is complete, turn on the AC Mains at
the service panel circuit. The Compaq R6000 UPS will automatically initiate a
self-test. If the self-test is completed successfully, the Compaq R6000 UPS
enters Standby mode, designated by the blinking green LED.
Pressing the ON button
To power up the Compaq R6000 UPS, press the ON button (1) (marked “”)
until the Green LED glows solid. Load segments will go through a staggered
turn-on sequence.
1
Figure 2-18. The Compaq R6000 UPS “On” button
Shutting Down the System
To shut down the system:
1. Place the UPS on Standby (See Chapter 3, “Operation”).
2. Disconnect the AC mains by opening switch or circuit breaker at the
utility panel.
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Charging Batteries
With the Compaq R6000 UPS in Standby Mode, allow the batteries to charge
before putting the UPS into service. The battery status can be monitored using
the LCD display. See Chapter 3, “Operation,” for more information on using
the front panel controls and LCD display.
IMPORTANT: The battery packs will charge to:
■
90% of their capacity within 4 hours.
■
100% of their capacity within 24 hours.
Compaq recommends that you allow the batteries to charge for at least 24 hours before
using them to supply backup power to your devices.
Installation is Now Complete
For information on operating the UPS, see Chapter 3, “Operation.”
For information on changing the configuration of the UPS, refer to Chapter 4,
“Configuration.”
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Chapter
3
Operation
This chapter contains information on:
■
Front panel controls and indicators
■
Operation modes
■
Initiating a self-test
■
Audible Alarms
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Front Panel Controls
The front panel controls and LCD display provide an easy-to-use UPS
interface for setup, load control, and status monitoring. The front panel
features six button controls.
1
2
3
6
4
5
Figure 3-1 The Front Panel Controls
Control
Name
Function
1
Center
Large 4-way rocking button; used to control
navigation through LCD menu structure:
UP, DOWN, LEFT and RIGHT.
2
Enter
Used to navigate and select options in the
LCD menu structure
3
Escape
Used to navigate and deselect options in the
LCD menu structure
4
ON
Used to control status
5
STANDBY
Used to control status
6
TEST/RESET
ALARM
Used to control functions
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Operation 3-3
Front Panel Indicators
Front Panel LCD
The front panel has a two-line LCD display that guides the user through
operation, configuration and monitoring of the Compaq R6000 UPS. See
section, “Using the LCD Menu to Configure the Compaq R6000 UPS,” in
Chapter 4, for configuration instructions.
1
2
3
Figure 3-2. Front panel LCD display and controls
Control
Name
Function
1
Center
Large 4-way rocking button; used to control navigation through
LCD menu structure: UP, DOWN, LEFT and RIGHT.
2
Enter
Used to navigate and select options in the LCD menu structure
3
Escape
Used to navigate and deselect options in the LCD menu
structure
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Front Panel LEDs
1
2
Figure 3-3. Front Panel LEDs
Ref #
Description
3
4
Symbol
1
Green LED; solid green means Operate
or Bypass mode of operation (when
yellow LED (3) is glowing solid),
flashing green means Standby
2
Yellow LED; lights solidly when the
UPS is on Battery
Battery
3
Yellow LED; lights solidly in Bypass
mode.
Bypass
symbol
4
Red LED is an alarm, warning of
existing or potential problems.
Warning
Smooth
sine wave
The front panel has 4 LEDs that indicate the status of the Compaq R6000
UPS.
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Operation 3-5
Modes of Operation
The UPS has five modes of operation, indicated by the LEDs:
■
■
■
Standby Mode
❏
On Utility Power: green LED 1 is flashing
❏
On Battery Power: yellow LED 2 is blinking.
❏
Power is not available at the UPS output receptacles.
❏
The UPS monitors and charges batteries if required.
Operate Mode
❏
Green LED 1 is on.
❏
Power is available at the UPS output receptacles.
❏
The UPS monitors and charges batteries if required.
Bypass Mode
❏
Green LED 1 is on; yellow LED 3 is on; a five-second interval
audible alarm is active
❏
Can be enabled manually by moving the Bypass switch (on the rear
panel) from NORMAL to BYPASS.
❏
Power is available at the UPS output receptacles.
❏
Batteries are not monitored or charged.
S
AL
NORM
AL
BYPASS
NORM
BYPAS
3
2
1
1
1
4
4
2
1
&
4
-001 REV.
4
2
3
3
2
4
1
5
5
2
3
5
5
3
P00
138425244
Figure 3-4. Placing the Compaq R6000 UPS in Bypass Mode
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■
■
Battery Mode
❏
Yellow LED 2 is on.
❏
Batteries are not being charged.
❏
Power is available at UPS outputs.
❏
Shutdown process has begun.
Sleep Mode
❏
All LEDs are off.
❏
This mode is optional and can be enabled or disabled using the
LCD menu. The default value for Sleep mode is “disabled.” If
SLEEP MODE is enabled, the UPS shuts down when on battery
power and the load is less than 8%.
❏
Power is automatically restored to the output receptacles when
utility power is restored.
Shutting Down the System
To shut down the system:
1. Place the UPS on Standby.
2. Disconnect the mains by opening switch or circuit breaker at the utility panel.
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Operation 3-7
Initiating a Self-test
Press and hold the Test/Reset Alarm button (1) for three seconds to initiate a
self-test.
1
Figure 3-5. The Test/Reset Alarm button
Since a portion of the self-test requires battery power, the self-test will not be
initiated if the batteries are less than 90% charged. If the Compaq R6000 UPS
detects a problem, the red LED will light. If appropriate, the Compaq R6000
UPS will sound an audible alarm.
NOTE: See Chapter 6, “Troubleshooting,” for information on what to do if the self-test
detects a problem.
Audible Alarm
The UPS may sound an audible alarm to warn of a problem.
To identify the problem, select Status from the main LCD menu, scroll to
Alarms, then select Alarms. The LCD will display “X Alarms” on the top line,
where X is equal to the number of alarms. The bottom row will describe the
nature of the Compaq R6000 UPS alarm condition.
To view the alarms on the LCD menu, scroll to Active Alarms and press the
Enter button. The possible audible alarms and their meanings are discussed in
detail in Chapter 6, “Troubleshooting.”
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Silencing an Audible Alarm
Press the Test/Alarm Reset button (1) and hold for two seconds to silence the
alarm.
1
Figure 3-6. Silencing an audible alarm
IMPORTANT: Though the Alarm button will silence the audible alarm, the condition that
caused the alarm still exists. See Chapter 6, “Troubleshooting,” for information on what to
do if the UPS detects an alarm condition.
If the condition that caused the alarm is a utility power failure, the alarm is silenced
shortly after utility power is restored.
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Chapter
4
Configuration
This chapter contains information on:
■
Changing configuration parameters
■
Using the UPS configuration to match the utility voltage
■
Reading the LCD Display
Changing Configuration Parameters
The Front Panel Controls and LCD display are used to change the UPS
configuration. See the section in this chapter entitled “Configuring the
COMPAQ R6000 UPS Using the LCD Menu,” for configuration instructions.
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Matching the Utility Voltage
Configuration parameters are used to select the UPS voltage range.
■
If the utility voltage is within this range, the UPS supplies utility power
to the output receptacles.
■
If the utility voltage is outside this range, the UPS supplies battery
power to the output receptacles. Maximize your battery life by
configuring the UPS so that the utility voltage is normally within the
selected voltage range.
If the utility voltage frequently varies outside the operating range, update the
UPS configuration to match.
1. Select the appropriate nominal utility voltage (200, 208, 220, 230, 240
VAC, and “auto sensing,” a default of 208/230V.
2. Select the appropriate utility voltage range from the table below:
Table 4-1
Voltage Ranges (VAC)
Nominal Utility Voltage
Level (VAC)
Normal Utility Voltage
Range
Extended Utility Voltage
Range
200 V Nom.
166-240 V
N/A
208 V Nom.
66-248 V
N/A
220 V Nom.
176-264 V
N/A
230 V Nom.
184-276 V
166-288 V
240 V Nom.
192-288 V
N/A
To update the configuration:
3. Have a licensed electrician measure your utility voltage.
4. Use the table above to identify the operating range that most closely
matches your utility voltage.
5. Update the nominal utility voltage level and/or utility voltage range
parameters as required. See the section, “Set Voltage,” in this chapter.
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Configuration 4-3
Configuring the COMPAQ R6000 UPS
Using the LCD Display Menu
The COMPAQ R6000 UPS LCD menu has a two-line LCD display with
3-button control for up, down, left, right, Enter, and Escape. The LCD is used
for configuration, monitoring, load control, and status.
1
2
3
Figure 4-1. The LCD display, showing the three buttons that control it
Control
Name
Function
1
Center
Large 4-way rocking button; used to control navigation through
LCD menu structure: UP, DOWN, LEFT and RIGHT.
2
Enter
Used to navigate and select options in the LCD menu structure
3
Escape
Used to navigate and deselect options in the LCD menu
structure
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LCD Display Menu Structure
Initial Power-Up Display
When the UPS is powered up, the LCD display the Main Menu selection.
COMPAQ R6000 UPS
→
Main Menu
The right arrow symbol (→) indicates that a sub-menu is available by pressing
the Enter button on the front panel.
Top Level Main Menu
After pressing the Enter button, ”Main Menu” will appear on the top line of
the display. The Center button can be used to scroll through the choices
displayed on the lower line of the display.
Main Menu
→
xxxxxx
Where xxxxxx is one of the following choices in the left column (sub-menu
choices are shown to the right):
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Configuration 4-5
Sub-Menu Choices
Status
UPS Status + Receptacle Status
UPS Status + Active Alarm Count
On Battery
On Bypass
Load Power Off
Load Power On
Overload
Meters
Input Volts
Output Volts
Input Frequency
Output Frequency
Output Power
Battery Volts
Active Alarms
Tap-switching Relay Failure
Heat Sink Over Temperature
Input AC Over Voltage
Input AC Under Voltage
Input AC Over or Under Frequency
Output Overload
Inverter Fault
Battery Low
Utility Not Present
Battery Totally Discharged
UPS on Battery
Load Power Off
Battery Test Failed
Site Wiring Fault
Battery Data
Battery Charge
Firmware Version
Control Board
Communication Board
Load Control
Display Test
System Setup
Set Hardware Configuration
Load Segments
Battery Setup
Set Language
Set Alarm Horn
Set Password
Set Sync Range + Hertz
Communications Setup
Serial Port 1
Serial Port 2
Set Voltage
Set Site Fault
Set Sleep Mode
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Status
Main Menu
→
Status
The first choice on the Main Menu is “Status.” Pressing the Enter button when
“Status is displayed leads to the following sub-menu choices:
UPS Status + Load Segment status
This shows that the UPS has detected no problems. In this example, load
segments 1, 4 and 5 are ON. Segments 2 and 3 are OFF.
System Normal
ON: 1 - - 4 5
UPS Status + Active Alarm Count
In this example, the UPS has detected no problems and there are no alarms.
System Normal
0 Alarms
On Battery
The UPS has switched from utility voltage input to battery power. “X” is the
number of alarms.
On Battery
X Alarms
On Bypass
The UPS has been placed in Bypass mode. “X” is the number of alarms
triggered when the UPS was switched to Bypass mode.
On Bypass
X Alarms
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Configuration 4-7
Load Power Off
The power feeding the UPS-protected devices has terminated. “X” is the
number of alarms triggered when the load power was terminated.
Load Power Off
X Alarms
Load Power On
Utility power has been restored to the devices backed up by the UPS. “X” is
the number of alarms triggered when the load power resumed.
Load Power On
X Alarms
Overload
There are so many loads attached that the UPS cannot protect them properly
anymore. “X” is the number of alarms triggered when the overload occurred.
Overload
X Alarms
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Meters
Main Menu
→
Meters
The next choice available on the Main Menu, is “Meters.” This SubMenu
provides virtual meters monitoring the UPS voltages. Scroll up and down
through this menu using the Center button. If the words continue off the
screen, scroll right and left to read the message.
Input Volts
The utility voltage
Input Volts
220
Output Volts
The voltage available at the UPS output receptacles
Output Volts
208
Input Frequency
The utility voltage frequency in Hertz
Input Frequency
60.00
Output Frequency
The frequency in Hertz available at the UPS output receptacles
Output Frequency
60.00
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Configuration 4-9
Output Power
The output power is shown in a bar graph. This example shows 120% load
(overload). There are ten squares in front of the 100% line; each represents
10% load. The two squares past the line each represent 10% of
overload20% overload in all.
Output Power
•----
In contrast, this display shows 60% load.
Output Power
----•----------
Battery Volts
The voltage across batteries
Battery Volts
350
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Active Alarms
Main Menu
→
Active Alarms
When an alarm sounds (and the red LED lights), from the Main Menu, scroll
to the active alarm count. “X” is the number of alarms detected. Press the
Enter button to step through the list of alarm descriptions. If more than 1
alarm was indicated, make sure to look at every alarm.
The alarms generated by this UPS are:
Input AC Over Voltage
If the utility voltage rises over the specified range, the UPS will buck the
output voltage down, and trigger a red LED alarm signal. An audible alarm
will be triggered when overvoltage reaches 120% of the nominal range setting.
X Alarms
Input AC Over Voltage
Input AC Under Voltage
If the utility voltage falls below the specified range (20% or more under
voltage), the UPS will boost the output voltage up and raise an alarm. This
alarm will not appear until the UPS is on battery.
X Alarms
Input AC Under Voltage
Input Over or Under Frequency
If the utility frequency suddenly changes, the UPS will raise an alarm. This
only occurs when the UPS goes on battery.
X Alarms
Input Over or Under Frequency
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Configuration 4-11
Output Overload
If there are too many loads draining the UPS, the UPS will raise an alarm.
Decrease the number of active devices attached to the UPS outputs.
X Alarms
Output Overload
Inverter Fault
The UPS raises an alarm if the inverter function does not perform as expected.
X Alarms
Inverter Fault
Battery Low
The batteries are automatically charged by the UPS when it is connected to
utility voltage. Therefore, if this alarm is triggered while the UPS is on the
utility voltage, the battery test has failed and the batteries must be replaced.
Otherwise, it is a warning that the battery runtime is lowa 60-day warning.
X Alarms
Battery Low
Utility Not Present
When the utility voltage cuts off, the UPS sounds an alarm. The Battery LED
(the left yellow LED) will light, indicating the switch to battery power. Check
the utility voltage connection.
X Alarms
Utility Not Present
Battery Totally Discharged
This means there is no charge left in the battery, and the UPS can no longer
power its loads. The batteries must be recharged for 24 hours before further
use. If this alarm occurs when the UPS is not on battery power, the battery
needs to be replaced.
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X Alarms
Battery Totally Discharged
UPS on Battery
When the UPS switches to battery power, it triggers an alarm. The left yellow
LED will light.
X Alarms
UPS on Battery
Load Power Off
When the UPS is no longer protecting its load devices and there is no utility
voltage powering the devices, the UPS will trigger an alarm.
X Alarms
Load Power Off
Battery Test Failed
Periodically, the Compaq UPS microprocessor initiates a brief discharge cycle
to check the charge level of the battery packs. If this test fails, the UPS will
trigger an alarm, indicating that battery replacement is imminent.
X Alarms
Battery Self-Test Failed
Site Wiring Fault
This alarm is triggered when either there is no ground connection between
utility power and the UPS, or the line and neutral connections between utility
power and the UPS are reversed. This is disabled for 200V and 208V.
X Alarms
Site Wiring Fault
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Configuration 4-13
Battery Data
Main Menu
→
Battery Data
Also under Main Menu is Battery Data, displaying, in 10% increments, the
amount of charge on the battery. If the UPS is in Battery mode, the graph
shows the remaining battery energy. This screen shows a battery charged to
100%.
Battery Charge
||
Firmware Version
This Main Menu selection displays firmware versions for UPS components.
Press the Enter button to view selections.
Main Menu
→
Firmware Version
This menu selection shows the version of firmware the control board is
running.
Control Board
Version 1.00
This menu selection shows the version of the firmware the communication
board is running.
Communication Bd
Version 1.00
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Load Control
This Main Menu selection allows the load segments to be turned On and Off.
Main Menu
→
Load Control
When selected from the Main Menu by pressing the Enter button, Load
Control displays the current status of the load segments, and allows selection
of a segment using the Center button to navigate and the Enter button to select.
Load Control
ON :1 2 3 – 5
When a segment is selected, a confirmation display appears.
Load Control
On 1 ON N ?
In this example, the “N” can be changed to a “Y” by using the Center button,
pressing the UP/DOWN arrows; pressing the Enter button to selects the value.
The display then reflects the changes, if any. In this case, there are no changes
and the status display reappears:
Load Control
ON :1 2 3 – 5
Display Test
In this Main Menu selection, all pixels are lit to test the LCD display.
“Compaq UPS Display Test” scrolls across the screen in both upper and lower
display lines. The Escape button is used to exit from this test.
COMPAQ UPS
DISPLAY TEST
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Configuration 4-15
System Setup
To change the system setup, the correct password must be entered. The six
digits for the password [0-9 & A-Z] are selected using the Center and Enter
buttons.
1. Choose the first digit using the Center button’s UP and DOWN arrow
keys.
2. Press the Center button’s RIGHT arrow key to move to the next digit.
3. To change a digit, use the Center button’s LEFT arrow key to go back.
4. After the entire password has been entered, press the Enter button.
NOTE: The password must be six characters long. The default password is “COMPAQ.”
To establish or change the password, see “Set Password,” later in this chapter.
Enter Password
COMPAQ
IMPORTANT: The Password must be six characters in length. Once entered, record the
password. If the password is forgotten or lost, contact an authorized Compaq Service
Provider.
Set Hardware (HW) Configuration
Load Segments
This Submenu provides a means to specify the number of
individually-controllable load segments (from 1 to 5).
Set HW Config
→
Load Segments
By pressing the Enter button, this Submenu appears
Load Segments
(0-5)
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Battery Setup
This menu provides a means to set the Amp-Hour Rating of each cabinet, or
configure the number of external battery cabinets.
Even though the menu allows settings from 1-25, choose 5 A-H for the UPS
batteries, and 5 A-H for each additional ERM, using the Center and Enter
buttons.
An asterisk, “*” appears by the selected value.
Battery Amp-Hr
Internal
0-25
Set Language
The Set Language menu provides a means to select from eight different
languages for the menu display, using the Center and Enter buttons. The
asterisk (*) shows the current configuration.
Set Language
∗
English
The available choices are:
■ Danish
■
Dutch
■
English
■
French
■
German
■
Spanish
■
Italian
■
Japanese
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Configuration 4-17
Set Alarm Horn
Some of the audible alarms can be disabled, leaving only the red LED to warn
of the UPS alarm. Use this menu to enable or disable the audible alarm.
Set Alarm Horn
Enable
An asterisk, “*” appears by the selected value.
Set Password
Set Password
COMPAQ
A password must be set to protect access to some of the more critical UPS
operations. The six digits [0-9 & A-Z] are selected using the arrow keys.
1. Choose the first digit using the UP and DOWN arrow keys.
2. Press the RIGHT arrow key to move to the next digit.
3. To change a digit, use the LEFT arrow key to go back.
4. After the entire password has been entered, press the Enter button.
An asterisk, “*” denotes the password is set.
IMPORTANT: Record the password for future use. If the password is lost, contact a
Compaq authorized service representative for help.
NOTE: The password must be six characters long. The default password is “COMPAQ.”
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Set Sync Range ±Hertz
Use this option to set the sync range using the Center and Enter buttons.
■
±3.0 Hertz for normal mode
■
±5.0 Hertz for extended mode
Set Sync Range
+/-3.0 Hz
Communications Setup
To configure a serial communication port, select Serial Port 1 or 2 first using
the Center and Enter buttons.
In this example, Serial Port 1 was selected.
Comm Setup
→
Serial Port 1
Serial Port 1
Using the Center button, scroll through the menu and choose which parameter
to view or set by pressing the Enter button.
Serial Port 1
→
Baud Rate
Baud Rate
The current Baud Rate is displayed next to the asterisk (*). Choose the desired
rate from the list of 5 values.
Baud Rate
∗
■
1200
■
2400
■
4800
1200
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■
9600
■
19200
Data Bits
There are two choices for data bits: “7” or “8.”
Serial Port 1
→
Data Bits
An asterisk, “*” appears beside the selected value.
Data Bits 1
*
#
Stop Bits
There are two choices for stop bits: “1” or “2.”
Serial Port 1
→
Stop Bits
An asterisk, “*” appears by the selected value.
Serial Port 1
→
Stop Bits
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Parity
Choose the desired parity from the 5 available choices.
Serial Port 1
→
■
odd
■
even
■
none
■
mark
■
space
Parity
An asterisk, “*” appears beside the selected value.
Serial Port 2
This port is configured with the same steps as shown above for Serial Port 1.
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Configuration 4-21
Set Voltage
The Compaq R6000 UPS must be placed in manual Bypass using the switch at
the rear of the unit, and placed into Standby mode (see Chapter 3,
“Operation”) to set the voltage.
The voltage that is set will appear with an “*”. Using the Center button, scroll
through the voltages and choose using the Enter button. The choices are:
■
200 V
■
208 V
■
220 V
■
230 V
■
240 V
■
208/230 V Auto Sensing
■
230 V Extended
Set Voltage
208V
Set Site Fault
The two values are “Disable” or “Enable.” Use the Center button to scroll and
the Enter button to select. An asterisk, “*” marks the selected value.
Set Site Fault
Enable
Set Sleep Mode
When Sleep Mode is enabled, if the UPS is supplying battery power and the
load on the UPS is less than 8%, the UPS switches to Sleep mode (the UPS
shuts itself off). Use the Center and Enter buttons to “Enable” or “Disable”
this feature. An “*” will mark the selected value.
Set Sleep Mode
Enable
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Chapter
5
Battery Maintenance
This chapter contains information on:
■
Precautions to be observed when replacing batteries
■
Charging batteries
■
Replacing batteries
■
Disposing of used batteries
■
Care and storage of batteries
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Precautions
Observe these precautions when handling or connecting batteries.
WARNING: This UPS contains sealed lead-acid batteries. To reduce the risk of
fire or chemical burns, adhere to the following precautions:
■
Do not attempt to recharge batteries after removal from your UPS.
■
Do not disassemble, crush, or puncture the batteries.
■
Do not short the external contacts of the batteries.
■
Do not immerse the batteries in water.
■
Do not expose the batteries to temperatures higher than 60°C or dispose
in fire.
Replace only with the Compaq spare designated for your UPS.
WARNING: There is a 400Vdc potential across the batteries. To avoid the risk of
electrical shock, burns, or explosion, adhere to these precautions:
■
Make sure that only qualified personnel handle or connect the batteries.
■
Remove watches, rings, or other metal objects prior to working with the
equipment.
■
Use tools with insulated handles.
Charging Batteries
The R6000 automatically charges the batteries when the UPS is connected to
utility power. No user intervention is needed while the UPS is in use.
■
Refer to the section on “Completing the Installation,” in Chapter 2, or
“Hardware Installation,” in this chapter, for information on charging
the batteries when the UPS is installed.
■
Refer to “Care and Storage” in this chapter for information on keeping
the batteries charged while the UPS is in extended storage.
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Battery Maintenance 5-3
When to Replace Batteries
If the red LED flashes, check the LCD display for the type of alarm. If the
alarm reads “Battery Self-test failed,” your batteries should be replaced within
30 to 60 days. The red LED will be accompanied by an audible alarm, if
enabled.
NOTE: Depending on usage and environmental conditions, your batteries will last 3 to 6
years after purchase.
Verify that battery replacement is required by initiating a UPS self-test (press
the Test/Reset Alarm). If the red LED is still flashing after the test, replace the
batteries.
See Chapter 3, “Operation,” for information on initiating a self-test.
Pre-Failure Battery Warranty
The Pre-Failure Battery Warranty, standard on all Compaq Uninterruptible
Power Supply (UPS) models, extends the advantage of a Compaq three-year
limited warranty by applying it to the battery before it actually fails.
Specifically, the Pre-Failure Battery Warranty ensures that when Compaq
Power Management software notifies customers that the battery may fail, the
battery is replaced free of charge under the warranty.
Compaq maintains the highest standards in the industry, as evidenced by the
Compaq Pre-Failure Battery Warranty. The Pre-Failure Battery Warranty is
beneficial in at least two significant waysreduced total cost of ownership
and reduced downtime.
Obtaining New Batteries
Compaq supplies replacement battery packs for all UPS models. Procure
replacement batteries for the UPS when the LCD alarm reads “Battery Low,”
indicating that new batteries will be required in 30 to 60 days.
Replacement Battery Kit part number: 401863-001
IMPORTANT: Compaq recommends that you do not maintain an inventory of spare
batteries on-site unless you implement a procedure to keep these batteries charged while
in storage.
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How to Replace Batteries
Use these instructions to replace the R6000 battery packs.
Before Replacing Batteries
Place the Compaq R6000 UPS in Bypass mode (See Chapter 3, “Operation”).
WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal injury, do not attempt to replace
batteries unless all battery circuit breakers (UPS and any connected Extended
Runtime Modules) are in the OFF position. There is a 400Vdc across the
batteries.
Removing the Battery Packs
Follow this procedure to remove the battery packs:
1. Place the Compaq R6000 UPS in Bypass mode using the manual switch
located at the rear of the UPS.
NORMAL
BYPASS
NORMAL
BYPASS
Figure 5-1. Placing the UPS in Manual Bypass mode
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Battery Maintenance 5-5
2. Using a Philips screwdriver, remove the lower front bezel by backing
off the captive screws on each side.
1
2
Figure 5-2. Removing screws from the lower front bezel
3. Place the battery circuit breaker in the OFF position.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal injury, once the bezel is removed, the
battery circuit breakers MUST be in the OFF position before continuing with the
battery replacement.
Figure 5-3. Placing the battery circuit breaker in the OFF position
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4. Disconnect the battery cables. The cable connectors have release tabs on
their sides that must be squeezed to allow the connectors to come free
from the battery.
Figure 5-4. Disconnecting the battery cables
5. Remove the battery pack attachment screws using a #2 Philips
screwdriver.
Figure 5-5. Removing the battery pack attachment screws
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Battery Maintenance 5-7
6. Slide out the Compaq R6000 UPS battery packs.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal injury or damage to the
equipment:
34 kg
75 lb
■
Observe local Occupational Safety requirements and guidelines
for manual material handling.
■
Obtain adequate assistance to lift and stabilize the assemblies
during installation or removal.
■
Battery Packs (2 per unit): 75 lb (34 kg)
Figure 5-6. Sliding out the battery packs
WARNING: Batteries retain high voltage. As soon as the replacement batteries
are safely in place in the UPS chassis, remove the battery connector covers, and
place them on the batteries removed from the unit. Remove any jewelry; do not
allow tools near the exposed battery connector port.
7. Set the battery packs safely aside to install the replacement batteries.
NOTE: Refer to “Disposing of Used Batteries” in this chapter for information on disposal
of used batteries.
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Installing New Batteries
1. Make sure the manual Bypass switch at the rear of the UPS is set to
Bypass.
2. Slide in the new battery packs.
3. Remove the connector covers from the new batteries and replace the
screw used to retain the connector cover in the battery housing. Place
the connector covers on the used batteries, using the screws in the used
battery housing.
4. Attach the battery connector cables to the new batteries.
5. Re-attach the battery pack attachment screws, securing the new battery
packs to the chassis.
6. For the Compaq R6000 UPS (and any connected ERM’s), place the
battery circuit breaker in the ON position.
7. Reattach the lower front bezel to the UPS chassis using the captive
screws at the sides.
8. Reset the manual Bypass switch at the rear of the UPS to the Normal
position.
9. After installing the new batteries, press the Test/Reset Alarm button (1)
to initiate a self-test.
NOTE: When re-attaching battery cable connectors, do not hold the connectors by their
release tabs on the side of the connector. The connectors will provide a positive latch into
place if the release tabs are left free during attachmentt.
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1
Figure 5-7. The Test/Reset Alarm button
Refer to Chapter 3, “Operation” for more information on running a self-test.
IMPORTANT: The R6000 will not execute a self-test until the batteries are at least 90%
charged.
If the installation has been successful, the Compaq R6000 UPS will enter
Operate mode, indicated by a solid green LED. The installation is now
complete.
If the installation has not been successful, the red LED will light. If this
occurs, repeat Step 4 in the procedure above to check the battery connections.
If the LED remains red, refer to the section, “Configuring the Compaq R6000
UPS Using the LCD Menu,” in Chapter 4for more information.
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Disposing of Used Batteries
The replacement battery kit includes the instructions and packaging required to
return used batteries to the appropriate location for disposal.
Do not dispose of used batteries with general office or household
waste. Return the used module for proper disposal to either:
■
Compaq, your authorized Compaq Partners, or their agents
■
A recycling center that meets all local environmental
standards.
Pb
Care and Storage of Batteries
To maximize the life of Compaq R6000 UPS batteries:
■
Minimize the amount of time the UPS is using battery power. Match
the UPS input voltage range configuration with your utility voltage.
Refer to the section, “Using the LCD Menu to Configure the R6000,”
in Chapter 4 for more information.
■
Keep the area around the UPS clean and dust-free. If the environment is
very dusty, clean the outside of the UPS regularly with a vacuum
cleaner.
■
Maintain the ambient temperature at 25 C (77 F).
■
If storing a UPS for an extended period, recharge the batteries every six
months:
o
o
a.
Connect your UPS to utility power; refer to Chapter 2,
“Installation.”
b.
Allow the UPS to remain in Standby mode. (See Chapter 3,
“Operation”)
c.
Let the UPS run to charge the batteries for 24 hours.
d.
Update the Battery Recharge Date label.
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Extended Runtime Module (ERM)
Batteries
The R6000 supports the use of two hot-pluggable Extended Runtime Modules
(ERMs). The maintenance of the ERM’s batteries is the same as for that of the
UPS internal batteries. For more information, please refer to the installation
card that comes with the ERM kit (347224-B21.)
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Chapter
6
Troubleshooting
This chapter provides information on the following topics:
■
Responding to Audible Alarms
■
Compaq R6000 UPS Trouble Indicators
■
LED Alarm Configurations
■
Repairing the UPS
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Responding to Audible Alarms
Acknowledgement Audible Alarm
Table 6-1
Acknowledgement Audible Alarm
Audible Alarm Group
Audible Alarm Sound
Single short beep.
Acknowledgement
Cause(s)
Action
The ON or TEST button
was pressed.
No action needed.
The self or battery test
completes successfully.
No action needed.
Shutdown Imminent Audible Alarm
Table 6-2
Shutdown Imminent Audible Alarm
Audible Alarm Group
Shutdown Imminent
Audible Alarm Sound
Single long beep.
Cause(s)
Action
Heat sink
over temperature
while on battery.
UPS will shut down in 3
seconds. Contact an
authorized service provider.
Remote Emergency
Power Off.
(Switch “closed,” or
input low.)
Check position of REPO
switch. Open the REPO
switch.
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Shutdown within 30 seconds Audible Alarm
Table 6-3
Shutdown within 30 seconds Audible Alarm
Audible Alarm Group
Audible Alarm Sound
Cause(s)
Shutdown within 30
seconds
Accelerated beeping.
Begins slowly, and gains
speed as the UPS
approaches shutdown.
Over-temperature.
UPS shuts down 30 sec
after audible alarm
begins.
Action
Check the ambient
temperature in the
room. Refer to Appendix
C, “Environmental
Specifications”
If the ambient
temperature is within
range and the over
temperature alarm is
chronic, contact an
authorized service
provider.
Overload.
Reduce the load. See
section “Connecting
Loads” in Chapter 2
Low battery.
Check the LCD display
(Meters, Battery Volts)
If a shutdown delay has
been programmed, the
accelerated alarm begins
before the last segment
shutoff.
No action needed.
Occurs during the last
minute of sleep timer if
the Sleep mode is
enabled.
No action needed.
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Loads in Jeopardy Audible Alarm
Table 6-4
Loads in Jeopardy Audible Alarm
Audible Alarm Group
Loads in Jeopardy
Audible Alarm Sound
Continuous tone
This audible alarm
indicates loads are in
jeopardy and will sound
until the condition is
resolved for all load
groups.
Cause(s)
Action
Pressing the STANDBY
buttonplacing the
UPS in Standby.
Take the UPS out of
Standby.
An Overload greater
than 105% while the
UPS is in Operate mode
or on battery.
Using the Front Panel
controls, check the LCD
display (Meters, Output
Power). Reduce the load
on your UPS to
recommended levels (See
“Connecting Loads” in
Chapter 2.
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Warning Audible Alarm
Table 6-5
Warning Audible Alarm
Audible Alarm Group
Audible Alarm Sound
Warning
Beeps every half
second
Cause(s)
Action
Running out of battery
power while on battery.
Check LCD display (Battery
Data) and run again.
The self-test fails.
Check LCD display (Battery
Data) and run again.
The battery test fails.
Check LCD display (Meters,
Battery Voltage); if voltage is
low, refer to Chapter 2,
“Installation” to check
battery connections, or if a
battery breaker is in the ON
position. Run battery test
again, or replace batteries.
Heat sink over
temperature while UPS
not on battery.
Check to make sure the
airflow around and to the
UPS is not restricted. Check
the room’s ambient
temperature. If warning
alarm still sounds, contact
an authorized service
provider.
Overvoltage condition
Cycle the input power (turn
the mains circuit breaker
OFF, then ON. If condition
remains, contact an
authorized service provider.
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Caution Audible Alarm
Table 6-6
Caution Audible Alarm
Audible Alarm Group
Audible Alarm Sound
Caution
Beeps every five
seconds
Cause(s)
Action
On battery
Prepare for UPS shutdown.
Load is greater than
105%, and the manual
Bypass switch is turned
to Bypass position.
Check manual Bypass
switch on back of UPS. Turn
to Normal position. Reduce
load.
Ambient overtemperature
Check air intake is not
blocked and ambient room
temperature is correct. If the
problem still exists, contact
an authorized service
provider.
Button is still being held
after action is
completed.
Let go of button. Make sure
the button travels freely, or
is not lodged.
The UPS performs a
self-test and detects a
memory location error.
Turn off the UPS and call an
authorized service provider.
Site-wiring fault. (Only
if the site-wiring is
enabled.)
Use the Front Panel controls
and LCD display to examine
information on the warning.
If necessary, contact a
licensed electrician to check
input wiring, or contact an
authorized service provider.
A self-test fails,
indicated on the LCD
display
Shut off Mains, wait until
UPS shuts down, then turn
breaker back ON and test
again. If self-test fails again,
contact an authorized
service provider.
continued
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Table 6-6
Responding to Audible Alarms continued
Audible Alarm Group
Audible Alarm Sound
Caution (continued)
Beeps every five
seconds.
Cause(s)
Action
The charger fails.
Call an authorized service
provider.
A fan fails.
Call an authorized service
provider.
UPS unable to charge
batteries.
See Chapter 2, “Installation”
on procedures to check battery
connections and make sure
battery breaker is in the ON
position. Run UPS for 24 hours.
If condition still does not clear,
contact an authorized service
provider.
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COMPAQ R6000 UPS Trouble Indicators
Table 6-7
Trouble Indicators
Symptom
Possible Cause
UPS will not start
Cannot Silence Audible
Alarm
Suggested Action
No utility power
Contact a licensed electrician to check
power at the utility power output.
Circuit breaker in service panel is
open.
Verify that service panel breaker is in the
ON position.
Input service wire not connected.
Contact a licensed electrician to install
the UPS wiring.
REPO contacts are closed.
Open the REPO switch.
Switch may be pressed and not
released.
Release switch.
Verify load, reduce load, and repeat selftest.
UPS switches frequently
between battery and AC
input
Input voltage in your area differs
from the UPS nominal input
voltage range setting
Use the Front Panel controls and LCD
display to change the COMPAQ R6000
UPS nominal input voltage to match local
range (see Chapter 4, “Configuration”).
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LED Alarm Configurations
Table 6-8
LED Alarm Configurations
LED Appearance
Meaning
Action, if necessary
Green LED flashing
UPS is in Standby.
Press the On button to power the
output receptacles of the UPS.
Green LED ON
UPS is in Line Interactive
ModeOperation Mode.
No action needed.
Left yellow LED Flashing
UPS on Standby and on battery. No
utility power available.
The UPS will shut down in 30 seconds.
Left yellow LED ON
Load on Battery, utility over or under
voltage and/or frequency out of
range.
Correct the input voltage problem, if
possible. Otherwise, be prepared to
lose power to the COMPAQ R6000 UPS
loads when battery power is
exhausted.
UPS is shutting down.
Wait for shut down to complete. Reboot the UPS and run self-test. If not
successful, contact an authorized
service provider.
Hot start on Battery.
Re-start after checking connection to
utility power.
UPS has shut down.
Wait for shut down to complete. Reboot the UPS and run self-test. If not
successful, contact an authorized
service provider.
Right yellow LED ON
UPS is in Bypass mode.
Check manual Bypass switch on rear
panel. Turn to Normal position.
Red LED Flashing
Alarm condition exists.
Check alarm status on LCD.
All LEDs ON
Running self-test.
Wait for self-test to complete.
Failure condition exists.
Contact an Authorized Service Provider.
Self-test with load present
Allow self-test to complete.
Self-test with no load present
Allow self-test to complete.
Green LED ON,
Left yellow LED ON
Green LED ON,
Left yellow LED Flashing
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Repairing the UPS
Repairs to your UPS must be carried out by Compaq or at a
Compaq-authorized service location.
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Appendix
A
Regulatory Compliance Notices
Federal Communications
Commission Notice
Part 15 of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Rules and
Regulations has established Radio Frequency (RF) emission limits to provide
an interference-free radio frequency spectrum. Many electronic devices,
including computers, generate RF energy incidental to their intended function
and are, therefore, covered by these rules. These rules place computers and
related peripheral devices into two classes, A and B, depending upon their
intended installation. Class A devices are those that may reasonably be
expected to be installed in a business or commercial environment. Class B
devices are those that may reasonably be expected to be installed in a
residential environment (i.e., personal computers). The FCC requires devices
in both classes to bear a label indicating the interference potential of the device
as well as additional operating instructions for the user.
The rating label on the device shows which class (A or B) the equipment falls
into. Class B devices have an FCC logo or FCC ID on the label. Class A
devices do not have an FCC logo or ID on the label. Once the class of the
device is determined, refer to the following corresponding statement.
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Class A Equipment
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class
A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when
the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference
to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is
likely to cause harmful interference, in which case the user will be required to
correct the interference at personal expense.
Class B Equipment
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class
B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful 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:
■
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
■
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
■
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
■
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio or television technician for
help.
Declaration of Conformity for Products Marked
with FCC Logo, United States Only
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to
the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation. For questions
regarding this declaration, contact:
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Regulatory Compliance Notices A-3
Compaq Computer Corporation
P. O. Box 692000, Mail Stop 510101
Houston, Texas 77269-2000, Or call (281) 514-3333
Modifications
The FCC requires the user to be notified that any changes or modifications
made to this device that are not expressly approved by Compaq Computer
Corporation may void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
Cables
Connections to this device must be made with shielded cables with metallic
RFI/EMI connector hoods in order to maintain compliance with FCC Rules
and Regulations.
Canadian Notice (Avis Canadien)
Class A Equipment
This Class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian
Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A respecte toutes les exigences du
Règlement sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada.
Class B Equipment
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian
Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B respecte toutes les exigences du
Règlement sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada.
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European Union Notice
Products with the CE Marking comply with both the EMC Directive
(89/336/EEC) and the Low Voltage Directive (73/23/EEC) issued by the
Commission of the European Community.
Compliance with these directives implies conformity to the following
European Norms (in brackets are the equivalent international standards):
■
EN50091-2-EMC
■
EN60950 (IEC950) - Product Safety
■
En50091-1-1-EMC
Japanese Notice
Class A/B Equipment
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Taiwanese Notice
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Battery Replacement Notice
Your UPS is provided with a Sealed Lead Acid battery pack. There is a danger
of explosion and risk of personal injury if the battery is incorrectly replaced or
mistreated. Replacement is to be done by a Compaq Authorized Service
Provider using the Compaq spare designated for this product. For more
information about battery replacement or proper disposal, contact your
Compaq Authorized Reseller or your Authorized Service Provider.
WARNING: Your UPS contains a Sealed Lead Acid battery pack. There is
risk of fire and burns if the battery pack is not handled properly. To
reduce the risk of personal injury,
■
Do not attempt to recharge the battery
■
Do not expose to temperatures higher than 60°C.
■
Do not disassemble, crush, puncture, short external contacts, or
dispose of in fire or water.
■
Replace only with the Compaq spare designated for this product.
Batteries, battery packs, and accumulators should not be
disposed of together with the general household waste. In order
to forward them to recycling or proper disposal, return them to
Compaq, your authorized Compaq Partners, or their agents.
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Appendix
B
Electrostatic Discharge
To prevent damaging the system, be aware of the precautions you need to
follow when setting up the system or handling parts. A discharge of static
electricity from a finger or other conductor may damage system boards or
other static-sensitive devices. This type of damage may reduce the life
expectancy of the device.
To prevent electrostatic damage, observe the following precautions:
■
Avoid hand contact by transporting and storing products in static-safe
containers.
■
Keep electrostatic-sensitive parts in their containers until they arrive at
static-free workstations.
■
Place parts on a grounded surface before removing them from their
containers.
■
Avoid touching pins, leads, or circuitry.
■
Always be properly grounded when touching a static-sensitive
component or assembly.
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Grounding Methods
There are several methods for grounding. Use one or more of the following
methods when handling or installing electrostatic-sensitive parts:
■
Use a wrist strap connected by a ground cord to a grounded workstation
or computer chassis. Wrist straps are flexible straps with a minimum of
1 megohm ± 10 percent resistance in the ground cords. To provide
proper ground, wear the strap snug against the skin.
■
Use heel straps, toe straps, or boot straps at standing workstations.
Wear the straps on both feet when standing on conductive floors or
dissipating floor mats.
■
Use conductive field service tools.
■
Use a portable field service kit with a folding static-dissipating work
mat.
If you do not have any of the suggested equipment for proper grounding, have
an Authorized Compaq Reseller install the part.
NOTE: For more information on static electricity, or assistance with product installation,
contact your Authorized Compaq Reseller.
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Appendix
C
Specifications
This appendix provides specifications that apply to all UPS models. These
include:
■
Physical specifications
■
Input specifications
■
Output specifications
■
Battery specifications
■
Battery runtime
■
Environmental specifications
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Physical Specifications
Table C-1
Physical Characteristics
Feature
Dimensions
U.S.
Metric
Width
17.25 in
439mm
Height
10.50 in
267mm
Depth
24.3 in
617mm
300 lbs
136Kg
Weight
Input Specifications
Table C-2
Input Specifications
UPS Model
Frequency
(Hz)
Nominal Utility
Voltage (VAC)
Power Cord Supplied
R6000
50/60
200, 208, 220, 230, 240
Hard-wired to AC Mains
R6000j
50/60
200, 208, 220, 230, 240
Hard-wired to AC Mains
R6000i
50/60
200, 208, 220, 230, 240
Hard-wired to AC Mains
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Specifications C-3
Output Specifications
Table C-3
Output Specifications
I. Receptacles
UPS Model
R6000
Nominal Power
Rating (VA)
6000
Load Segment
#
1
Output Receptacles
2xIEC-320,C14
1xIEC-320,C20
2
2xIEC-320,C14
1xIEC-320,C20
3
2xIEC-320,C14
1xIEC-320,C20
R6000j
6000
4
3xIEC-320,C14
5
3xIEC-320,C14
1
2xIEC-320,C14
1xIEC-320,C20
2
2xIEC-320,C14
1xIEC-320,C20
3
2xIEC-320,C14
1xIEC-320,C20
R6000- i
6000
4
3xIEC-320,C14
5
3xIEC-320,C14
1
2xIEC-320,C14
1xIEC-320,C20
2
2xIEC-320,C14
1xIEC-320,C20
3
2xIEC-320,C14
1xIEC-320,C20
4
3xIEC-320,C14
5
3xIEC-320,C14
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Table C-3
Output Specifications continued
II. Output Voltage
Utility Voltage (VAC)
Nominal Output Voltage
(VAC)
Nominal Output
Voltage on Battery
(VAC)
200
200
204
208
208
204
220
220
230
230
230
230
240
240
230
III. Source of Utility Power
Source
Regulation
Utility power
(normal range)
±10% of nominal output voltage
(within the guidelines of the Computer Business
Equipment Manufacturers Association)
Utility power
(extended range)
+10% to -15% of nominal output voltage and/or +5/-3%
frequency.
(within the guidelines of the Computer Business
Equipment Manufacturers Association)
Battery power
±5% of nominal output voltage
IV. Additional Features
Feature
Specification
On-line efficiency
96%
Voltage wave shape while
on battery
Sinusoidal with less than 3% THD @ linear load
Surge suppression
High energy 6500 A peak
(meets the requirements of ANSI C62.41 Category B
(formerly IEEE 587) )
Noise filtering
The input noise suppression is comprised of Normal
Mode Filtering, Common Mode Filtering, or combination
of both.
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Specifications C-5
Battery Specifications
Table C-4
Battery Specifications
Feature
Specification
Type
Sealed lead-acid; maintenance-free
Voltage
Internal batteries - 12 VDC each, 360 VDC total
Charging
24 hours to full charge
4 hours to 90% capacity at default nominal utility
voltage and no load
Battery Runtime
Table C-5
Load Effect on Backup Time
Load %
Estimated Backup Time
100
Greater than 6 minutes
80
Greater than 8 minutes
50
Greater than 15 minutes
80% plus 1 ERM
Greater than 18 minutes
80% plus 2 ERMs
Greater than 30 minutes
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Environmental Specifications
Table C-6
Environmental Specifications
Feature
Specification
o
o
Operating temperature
10 C - 40 C (50 -104oF)
Relative humidity
20 - 80%; non-condensing
Operating altitude
Up to 3000 m (10,000 ft) above sea level
Audible noise
Less than 55 dBA @ 1 meter
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Index
6
6000 Series
front panels 1-2
front panels illustrated 1-2
rear panels illustrated 1-3
UPSs listed 1-1
60-day warning 4-11
A
AC Branch Circuit 2-1
Accelerated Alarm 6-2
Acknowledgement Alarm 6-2
Active Alarm Count 4-6
Active Alarms (LCD Menu)
Battery Low 4-11
Battery Test Failed 4-12
Battery Totally
Discharged 4-11
Input AC OverVoltage 4-10
Input AC Under Voltage 4-10
Input Over or Under
Frequency 4-10
Inverter Fault 4-11
Load Power Off 4-12
Output Overload 4-11
procedure 4-10
Site Wiring Fault 4-12
UPS on Battery 4-12
Utility Not Present 4-11
alarm See audible alarm
ambient temperature 6-3
Amp-Hour Rating
setting 4-17
Assembling the R6000 2-5
audible alarm
features 3-7
five-second (Bypass) 3-5
responding to 3-8
silencing
requirement to address alarm
condition 3-8
audible alarms 6-1
enabling or disabling 4-18
auto sensing 4-2
B
batteries
care and storage See Care and
storage
charging 5-10
charging 2-24
no user intervention
required 5-2
charging rates vs. time 2-24
charging
recommendations 2-24
Compaq Power Management
Software monitoring 5-3
Compaq three-year limited
warranty 5-3
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disposing of used
batteries 5-10
life expectancy 5-3
new
part number 5-3
when to obtain 5-3
precautions when handling or
connecting 5-2
Pre-Failure Battery
Warranty 5-3
recharge date See Battery
Recharge Date label
runtime specifications C-5
self-test after replacement 5-9
warranty replacement 1-15
when to replace 5-3
battery
"Battery Totally Discharged"
alarm 4-12
energy graph display (LCD
Menu) 4-13
replacement kit part
number 5-3
replacing 5-4
specifications C-5
battery cabinets
configuring on LCD
Menu 4-17
battery cable connectors 2-15
release tabs 5-8
battery cables 2-15
disconnecting 5-6
Battery Charge 4-13
Battery circuit breaker 5-5
battery circuit breaker, Illus. 2-13
battery connector covers
replacing on used batteries 5-7
Battery Data (LCD Menu) 4-13
battery energy
graph See Battery Data (LCD
Menu)
battery kit part number
(replacement) 5-3
Battery life
maximizing 4-2
Battery Low (LCD Menu) 4-11
replacing batteries 5-3
battery maintenance
care and storage See Care and
storage
Battery Mode 3-6
battery packs
replacing 5-4
weight, warning 5-7
Battery Recharge Date label
where to find the label 2-4
battery replacement
verifying need 5-3
battery runtime
alarm 4-11
battery self-test
failure alarm 4-11
Battery Setup (LCD Menu) 4-17
battery status
monitoring 2-24
Battery Test Failed (LCD
Menu) 4-12
battery test fails 6-5
Battery Totally Discharged (LCD
Menu) 4-11
Battery Volts (LCD Menu) 4-9
Baud Rate 4-19
Beep every five seconds 6-6
Beep every half second 6-5
bucking the output voltage 4-10
button controls 3-2
Bypass mode 3-5
C
cable connectors
release tabs 5-6
cables
serial communications
cable 2-18
UPS-Computer Interface
Cable 2-18
Canadian Electrical Code
C22.1 2-9
care and storage
ambient temperature 5-10
charging stored batteries 5-10
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preventive maintenance 5-10
Caution Alarm 6-6
Center button 3-2
changing batteries 5-1
precautions when handling or
connecting 5-2
charger failure 6-7
charging the batteries
after installation 2-24
in storage 5-10
comm port See communications
port
communication board
reading firmware version (LCD
Menu) 4-13
communication port
features 1-4
communications port
overview 1-4
Communications setup (LCD
Menu)
baud rate 4-19
data bits 4-20
parity 4-21
stop bits 4-20
Communications Setup (LCD
Menu) 4-19
Compaq authorized reseller x
Compaq High to Low Voltage
Transformer (250VA) 1-13
Compaq Multi-Server UPS
Card 2-18
Compaq Power Distribution Unit
(PDU) 1-13
Compaq Power Management
Software
capabilities 1-7
example of shutdown
sequence 1-7
integration with Compaq
Insight Manager 1-7
overview 1-7
using a Multi-Server UPS
Card 1-10
using a Scalable UPS
Card 1-11
Compaq Power Products Software
Reference Guide 1-8
Compaq recommended load 1-13
Compaq Scalable UPS card See
option cards
Compaq Scalable UPS Card 2-18
Compaq SNMP-EN Adapter 2-18
Compaq three-year limited
warranty 5-3
Compaq website x
Compaq Website 2-21
conduit, flexible metal 2-10
configuration 3-3
changing 4-1
using the LCD Display
Menu 4-3
connecting cables
serial communications
cable 2-18
UPS-Computer Interface
Cable 2-18
Connecting UPS to AC Mains 2-1
connector cover 2-13
Continuous Tone 6-4
control board
reading firmware version (LCD
Menu) 4-13
controls and indicators See rear
panel, indicators. See front
panel, indicators
D
Danish 4-17
Data Bits 4-20
DE9 Communication Port 1-4
dedicated branch circuit 2-9
Depth-Adjustable Fixed Rails
Installation Card 2-4
disconnect device 2-9
Display Test 4-15
disposing of used batteries
after replacing batteries 5-7
Dutch 4-17
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E
Electronics Module
receptacles 2-16
English 4-17
Enter button 3-2
environmental specifications C-6
ERM See Extended Runtime
Module
weight, warning 5-7
Escape button 3-2
Extended Runtime Module
weight, warning 5-7
Extended Runtime Module (ERM)
Batteries 5-11
Extended Runtime Module,
Illus. 1-13
Extended Runtime Modules
circuit breaker engagement
sequence 2-22
Estimated Backup Times 2-20
increased runtimes at 80%
load 2-17
installing 2-17
installing, Trained Service
Technician required 2-17
Extended Runtime Modules,
Overview 1-13
F
FailSafe III
overview 1-7
fan failure 6-7
Firmware Version (LCD
Menu) 4-13
French 4-17
front bottom bezel
attaching 2-22
front panel
illustrated 1-2
indicators 3-4
front panel controls
illustrated 3-2
front panel LCD 3-3
front panel LCD display
illustrated 3-3
front panel LED display 1-5
front panel LEDs
descriptions 3-4
illustrated 3-4
symbols 3-4
front top bezel
attaching 2-16
G
German 4-17
getting help ix
green LED 3-4
flashing 3-5
successful battery self-test 5-9
Green LED
solid in Bypass mode 3-5
solid in Operate Mode 3-5
Green LED flashing 6-9
Green LED on 6-9
Grounding Methods B-2
guarantee See warranty
H
hardware options cards See option
cards
hazards 2-1
associated with AC Power
Products 2-1
Heat sink over temperature 6-2
help
additional sources ix
Compaq authorized resellers,
telephone numbers x
Compaq website x
technical support telephone
numbers ix
High Leakage Current 2-9
High to Low Voltage Transformer
(250VA) 1-8, 1-13
http://www.compaq.com x
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Index 5
I
icons
symbols on equipment viii
IEC-320 jumper cords 1-13
IEC950 Secondary Extra Low
Voltage (SELV) circuit 2-7
indicators See front panel,
indicators
Input AC Over Voltage
audible alarm 4-10
Input AC Over Voltage (LCD
Menu ) 4-10
Input AC Under Voltage (LCD
Menu) 4-10
Input Frequency (LCD Menu) 4-8
Input Over or Under Frequency
(LCD Menu) 4-10
input specifications C-2
Input Volts (LCD Menu) 4-8
Input Wiring 2-12
input wiring entry port
illustrated 2-10
input wiring inspection panel
illustrated 2-10
installation
attaching chassis to rack 2-6
conduit, flexible metal 2-10
Extended Runtime Module
position 2-5
fixed rail requirement 2-5
High Leakage Current 2-9
installation card 2-2
installing options 2-3
installing the fixed rails See
Depth Adjustable Fixed
Rails Installation Card
lifting and stabilizing 2-2, 2-5
lift-out tray 2-4
Lockout/Tagout 2-7
mounting on fixed rail
requirement 2-2
of options, requirement for
Trained Service
Technician 2-1
placing UPS in rack 2-5
position at bottom of rack 2-3
position considerations 2-2
positioning requirements 2-5
rack template 2-2
reducing overall weight 2-2
reducing weight 2-5
removing pluggable power
supplies 2-2, 2-5
requirement for two person
lift 2-5
Risk of Fire Notice 2-9
self test
automatic initiation on power
up 2-23
transporting R6000 to install
location 2-4
weight considerations 2-2
Installation Card 2-4
Installation Procedure 2-3
installing a UPS
checking the load 2-20
completing the
installation 2-24
Standby mode 2-24
connecting the devices 2-20
connecting the REPO port 2-7
cumulative total device Watts
or VA rating 2-20
starting up the UPS
checking the Battery Recharge
Date label 2-4
Installing and connecting battery
packs 2-12
Installing Extended Runtime
Modules (ERMs) 2-17
Installing New Batteries 5-8
installing options 2-3
Inverter Fault (LCD Menu) 4-11
Italian 4-17
J
Japanese 4-17
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L
LanSafe III
overview 1-7
LCD Display Menu
configuration 4-3
navigation 4-3
LED Alarm Configurations 6-8
LED display See front panel,
indicators
licensed electrician 2-7, 2-10, 4-2
lift-out tray 2-4
using 2-5
Load Control 4-15
Load Control (LCD Menu) 4-15
Load Effect on Backup Time 2-20
Load Power Off (LCD Menu) 4-7,
4-12
Load Power On (LCD Menu ) 4-7
load segments
attaching loads 2-20
description 2-19
displaying current status 4-15
illustrated 2-19
specifying number 4-16
staggered turn-on
sequence 2-23
Load Segments (LCD Menu) 4-16
Loads in Jeopardy Alarm 6-4
Lockout/Tagout 2-7, 2-9
lower front bezel
removing 5-5
low-voltage outlets
attaching using High to Low
Voltage Transformer 1-13
M
Main Menu (LCD Menu) 4-4
manual material handling
observing guidelines 2-2
matching, utility voltage with UPS
configuration 4-2
Meters (LCD Menu) 4-8
MIB 1-12
modes of operation See Standby
mode, Operate mode, Bypass
mode, Sleep mode
N
National Electrical Code 2-9
(NFPA 70) requirements when
wiring REPO Port 1-14
(NFPA70)
Article 310 or equivalent 2-7
REPO wiring standards 2-7
requirements for REPO
circuit 2-7
warranty requirements 1-14
NFPA 70, Article 725 2-7
no ground connection
alarm See Site Wiring Fault
(LCD Menu)
O
occupational health and safety
regulations 2-9
occupational health and safety
requirements 2-5
observing 2-2
occupational safety and health
regulations
in Wiring procedure 2-7
On Battery (LCD Menu) 4-6
ON button 2-23, 3-2
On Bypass (LCD Menu ) 4-6
Onlinet 1-7
OnliNet, supporting SNMP 1-12
Operate mode 3-5
operating on battery power
consequences of REPO switch
shutdown 1-14
option boards See option cards
option card
Multi-Server UPS Card
overview 1-10
overview 1-8
protecting multiple
servers 1-10
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Index 7
Scalable UPS Card
overview 1-11
scaling up UPS
capabilities 1-11
Output Frequency (LCD
Menu) 4-8
Output Overload (LCD
Menu) 4-11
Output Power (LCD Menu) 4-9
reading bar graph 4-9
output specifications C-3
Output Volts (LCD Menu) 4-8
over temperature alarm 6-3
overcurrent protection device
requirement in circuit 2-9
Overload 6-4
Overload (LCD Menu ) 4-7
overview
battery maintenance 5-1
specifications C-1
troubleshooting 6-1
Overvoltage 6-5
P
Parity 4-21
password
default 4-16, 4-18
entering in LCD Display 4-16
lost or forgotten 4-18
procedure 4-16
requirement 4-18
requirements for System
Setup 4-16
PDU High Voltage Models Part
Numbers 1-8
physical characteristics C-2
physical specifications C-2
Placing in Bypass mode 5-4
Power Cords 2-21
Power Distribution Unit
(PDU) 1-13
Power Management Software See
Compaq Power Management
Software
Power MIB 1-12
power up 2-23
Power-Up Display (LCD
Menu) 4-4
precaution
handling or connecting
batteries 5-2
Pre-Failure Battery Warranty 1-15,
5-3
benefits 5-3
Preparing the Rack 2-4
protecting access to critical UPS
operations See Set Password
(LCD Menu)
R
range See voltage range
rear panel
illustrated 1-3
recharge date See Battery
Recharge Date label
red LED 3-4
battery self-test failure 5-9
red LED flashing 6-9
Remote Emergency Power Off
conductors requirements 2-7
connecting 2-7
implications when UPS on
battery power 1-14
managing multiple UPSs 1-14
National Electrical Code
(NFPA 70) Article 645-10
and 11 2-7
no orderly shutdown 1-14
overview 1-14
performance requirements 2-7
REPO cable requirements 2-8
requirement 2-7
repairing the UPS 6-10
replacing batteries
disposing of used batteries 5-7
powering down the UPS 5-4
procedure 5-4
replacement battery kit part
number 5-3
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REPO See Remote Emergency
Power Off
reversed connections
alarm See Site Wiring Fault
(LCD Menu)
right arrow symbol (LCD
Menu) 4-4
Risk of Fire Notice 2-9
RJ-45 receptacle viii
routine maintenance
requirement for Trained
Service Technician 2-1
RS-232 port See DE9
communication port
S
safety See Warnings
Battery Maintenance 5-2
High Leakage Current 2-9
in Wiring 2-7
Risk of Fire Notice 2-9
Safety Instructions
Installation 2-1
self-test 6-5
after battery replacement 5-9
automatic initiation on Power
up. 2-23
initiating See Test/Reset
Alarm button
memory location error 6-6
requirement for 90%-charged
batteries 3-7
requirements for battery
charge 5-9
serial port See DE9
communication port
Serial Port 1 4-19
Serial Port 2 4-21
Set Alarm Horn (LCD Menu) 4-18
Set Hardware (HW) Configuration
(LCD Menu) 4-16
Set Language (LCD Menu) 4-17
Set Password (LCD Menu) 4-18
Set Site Fault (LCD Menu) 4-22
Set Sleep Mode (LCD Menu) 4-22
Set Sync Range ±Hertz (LCD
Menu) 4-19
Set Voltage (LCD Menu) 4-22
shutdown 2-23
by REPO switch 1-14
shutdown delay 6-3
Shutdown Imminent 6-2
Shutdown Imminent Alarm 6-2
shutdown sequence
specifying 1-7
Shutdown within 30 seconds
Alarm 6-3
Shutting Down the System 2-23,
3-6
Single long beep 6-2
Single Short Beep Alarm 6-2
Site Wiring Fault (LCD
Menu) 4-12
disabled for 200V and
208V 4-12
Sleep mode 6-3
Sleep Mode
explained 3-6
SNMP Support 1-7
SNMP-EN Adapter Kit 1-12
SNMP-EN Adapter Part
Number 1-8
SNMP-EN Adapter, Illus. 1-12
SNMP-EtherNet Adapter,
Overview 1-12
Spanish 4-17
spare batteries on-site
important considerations 5-3
specifications
battery runtime C-5
environmental C-6
input C-2
output C-3
overview C-1
physical C-2
STANDBY button 3-2, 6-4
Standby mode 3-5
after installation 2-24
Status (LCD Menu ) 4-6
Stop Bits 4-20
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storage See batteries, care and
storage
Sub-Menu Choices (LCD
Menu) 4-5
symbols in text vii
symbols on equipment viii
system administrator
specifying the shutdown
sequence 1-7
using Compaq Power
Management Software 1-7
System Setup 4-16
T
technical support ix
telephone numbers x
terminal block input cover
illustrated 2-10
terminal connection screws 2-11
terminal input block cover 2-10
Test/Reset Alarm button
initiating a self-test 3-7
warning on testing new
batteries 5-9
TEST/RESET ALARM button 3-2
testing new batteries 5-9
text conventions vii
Trained Service Technicians 2-1
Trouble Indicators 6-8
Troubleshooting 6-1
U
Unpacking the UPS 2-4
UPS communication ports 2-18
UPS components
reading firmware version (LCD
Menu) 4-13
UPS on Battery (LCD Menu) 4-12
UPS Status + Load Segment status
(LCD Menu ) 4-6
UPS Status+Active Alarm Count
(LCD Menu ) 4-6
UPS-Computer Interface Cable
connecting from the UPS to the
host computer 2-18
user-serviceable components
none in R6000 2-1
Utility Not Present (LCD
Menu) 4-11
utility voltage
"Utility Not Present"
alarm 4-11
effects of varying outside
nominal range 4-2
matching with UPS
configuration 4-2
utility voltage range See voltage
range
V
voltage level
updating 4-2
voltage range
configuring to match the utility
voltage 4-2
options tabulated 4-2
updating 4-2
updating the configuration 4-2
W
warning
handling or connecting
batteries 5-2
Warning Audible Alarm 6-5
warnings
component weight 5-7
electrical shock viii
equipment damage 5-7
heavy equipment handling 5-7
manual material handling 5-7
personal injury 5-7
rack stability ix
Warnings
Batteries retain high
voltage 5-7
battery circuit breaker
off 2-12
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battery handling
electrical 5-2
handling batteries 5-2
high leakage current 2-9
installation
positioning requirements 2-5
safety in Wiring 2-7
installation
adequate assistance to lift and
stabilize 2-2
fixed rail requirement 2-5
lifting and stabilizing 2-5
manual material handling 2-2
occupational health and safety
requirements 2-2
reduce weight 2-2
reducing weight 2-5
Installation
trained service technician 2-1
installation of ERMs
Trained Service Technican 2-17
Installation wiring
licensed electrician 2-1
lift-out tray usage 2-4
Lockout/Tagout 2-7, 2-9
manual material handling 2-5
occupational health and safety
requirements 2-5
Remote Emergency Power Off
requirement 2-7
Risk of Fire Notice 2-9
warranty
$25,000 Computer Load
Protection Guarantee 1-14
accidental damage 1-14
applicability 1-14
limited warranty 1-14
qualifying 1-14
requirements 1-14
three-year limited 1-14
website, Compaq x
weight of R6000 2-2
wiring
attachment to input terminal
block 2-11
dedicated branch circuit 2-9
diagram location 2-10
High Leakage Current 2-9
Lockout/Tagout
requirement 2-7
REPO cable requirements 2-8
Risk of Fire Notice 2-9
terminal connection screw
torque specifications 2-11
wiring diagram 2-10
wiring inspection panels 2-10
wiring regulations
and REPO capabilities 2-7
wiring REPO port 2-8
www.compaq.com 2-21
www.compaq.com. ix
Y
yellow LED 6-9
"UPS on Battery" alarm 4-12
Battery 4-11
Battery in Battery Mode 3-6
blinking 3-5
Bypass on in Bypass
mode 3-5
yellow LED On 6-9
yellow LEDs 3-4
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