Powerware 3105 UPS
UserÊs manual
UserÊs Manual 350-700VA Rev B
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Powerware 3105 UPS
UserÊs manual
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Contents
Introduction .................................................................................................................. 4
Features .................................................................................................................... 4
Unit inspection .......................................................................................................... 4
Safety Instructions ...................................................................................................... 5
Battery connection required before use! .................................................................... 6
Connecting the Battery: ............................................................................................ 6
Installation and Operation: .......................................................................................... 6
Typical applications .................................................................................................. 7
Indicators ..................................................................................................................... 7
Battery replacement procedure: ................................................................................. 8
Status Indicators ...................................................................................................... 9
LED and Alarm Status Table ................................................................................... 10
Specification ............................................................................................................ 10
Troubleshooting ...................................................................................................... 11
Service and Support .................................................................................................. 11
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Introduction
The Powerware 3105 uninterruptible power system (UPS) filters the input line from
line disturbances and protects your sensitive electronic equipment from three common
power problems such as power failures, power sags and power surges.
Features:
Six outlets
- Three with surge and battery backup protection
- Three with surge protection only
Data Line (Internet faxmodemDSL) or telephone line surge protection jacks
Cold Start capability
Proprietary LanSafe Power management software
User-replaceable batteries
Built-in USB communication port
Compact design fits on/under your desk; can also be mounted to a wall
Unit inspection
Once you have received the Powerware 3105 UPS product, you should remove and
inspect the product for shipping damage. If any damage is found, please notify the
carrier and your dealer. Please keep the shipping carton and the packing foam in the
event the product must be returned to the factory for service.
Eaton Power Quality Pty Ltd
10 Kent Road Mascot NSW 2020
Phone: +61-2-9693 9366
Fax: +61-2-8338 1159
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Safety Instructions
!
ATTENTION
Maintenance, other than battery replacement must be performed by a
qualified technician. Failure to do so could result in an electrical shock.
Although the unit may be unplugged from utility power, hazardous
voltage still may be present through the battery.
1.
Place the Powerware 3105 UPS indoors in an area that has adequate airflow and
is free of excessive dust. Do NOT allow the UPS to be exposed to moisture, rain,
excessive heat, or direct sunlight.
2.
Use of the Powerware 3105 UPS product in life support applications, where failure
of this equipment can reasonably be expected to cause failure of life support
equipment or to significantly affect its safety or effectiveness is NOT recommended.
3.
Shut off the UPS and disconnect the input power cord from the wall outlet before
replacing the battery.
4.
When replacing the battery, use the same number and type of battery
5.
Do NOT dispose of battery in a fire. The battery may explode.
6.
Do NOT open or mutilate the battery. They contain an electrolyte that is toxic and
harmful to the skin and eyes.
7.
Proper disposal of the battery is required. Please refer to your local laws/regulations
regarding battery disposal.
8.
Use tools with insulated handles to replace the battery to avoid personal injury. Due
to energy hazard, please remove wristwatches and jewelry such as rings when
replacing battery.
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Battery connection required before use!
Connecting the Battery:
Principle shown below. For detailed information how to connect, please refer to battery
replacement section.
Installation and Operation:
The following steps explain how to connect and operate the Powerware 3105 UPS.
1.
Connect the UPS to a grounded power outlet.
Note
It is recommended that the battery should be charged for minimum 8 hours
to ensure full charge before placing the UPS in service.
2.
Plug your computer, monitor or load to be protected into the „Battery Backup &
Surge Protection‰ outlets. (These outlets will provide emergency battery backup
power during power outages as well as protection from surges and spikes.)
Do NOT plug LASER PRINTERS into the „Battery Backup‰ outlets.
Do NOT plug ACCESSORY SURGE strips into the „Battery Backup‰ outlets.
3.
Plug your peripheral equipment or non-critical loads (printer, scanner, fax, speaker,
etc.) into the „Surge Protection‰ outlets. (These outlets provide surge and spike
protection only, they will NOT provide battery backup power during a utility power
failure).
Connect your computer to the UPS using USB cable provided.
With your equipment turned off, switch on the UPS.
When the „On/Off‰ LED light is illuminated, turn on the connected equipment.
Install Power management software provided with the UPS
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Indicators
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On/Off Push Button/Test Switch
One switch controls the power to your equipment. Upon power turn on, unit
performs a self-test to detect overload or undercharged conditions.
Turn on the UPS
Press and hold the push button switch depressed for more than one second.
Release the switch after the audible beep is sounded.
Turn off the UPS
Press and hold the push button switch for more than one second and release the
switch after the audible beep is sounded. The UPS will shut down.
Self-Test
The UPS performs a self-test for about 3 seconds when the UPS is turned on.
2.
On/Off Battery LED
Indicates the UPS is on and is powering your equipment.
A constantly illuminated LED indicates normal utility power operation.
A blinking LED indicates that the UPS is providing power from its battery.
3.
Fault/Warning LED
Indicates a fault or warning condition is present.
A constantly illuminated LED indicates a LOW battery condition.
A blinking LED indicates the UPS is overloaded.
4.
Battery Backup & Surge Protection Outlets
(3) Australian 10 Amp output receptacles that provide both battery backup and surge
protection.
5.
Surge Protection Outlets
3) Australian 10 Amp output receptacles that provide surge and spike protection.
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RJ11 Phone/Fax Protection Connectors
7.
USB Communication Port
The provided LanSafe monitoring and shutdown software can be automatically
configured to save your files and shut down your computer in the event of a
prolonged power outage.
Your personal computer can receive the status as utility power line, utility power
failure, on battery and low battery by contact closure signals that are sent through
the USB port.
8.
Circuit Breaker (resetable)
The button protrudes out when an overload condition occurs. If the button protrudes
out, then disconnect some non-essential equipment and reset the circuit breaker by
pushing the button inward.
Power connector
10 Amp IEC to 10 Amp Australian input lead provided.
9.
Battery Replacement procedure:
1.
Batteries must be replaced with identical type.
2.
Disconnect UPS system from power source
3.
Open battery door.
4.
Disconnect used battery. Connect new battery. (It is important that connectors be
firmly attached to new batteries.
5.
Close battery door.
6.
Properly recycle used battery.
350VA and 500VA models (12V-4.5Ah,or 5Ah battery)
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700VA model (12V- 7Ah battery)
Status Indicators
The UPS provides both visual and audible status indicators. Visual indicators consist of
three LEDs to represent the following conditions:
On utility power operation
On battery power operation
UPS fault/alarm
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LED & Alarm Status Table
UPS status
Green LED
Self test
AC (Utility mode
Buzzer
Blink 1 (by turns)
Charging
ON
Charge off
Low battery
Over load
DC (Battery
Mode)
Red LED
B1
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
Blink 2
B5
ON
Blink 2
B4
Normal
Blink 2
OFF
B1
Over load
Blink 2
OFF
B1
Low battery
Blink 2
Blink 2
B3
Short/Fault/DC Over-Bat
OFF
ON
ON
AC Over-Bat/Bat Fault
OFF
Blink 2
B5
Notes:
Blink 1: ON 0.5 seconds / OFF 0.5 seconds
Blink 2: ON 0.25 seconds / OFF 0.25 seconds
B1: 1 beep / 5 seconds ON 0.25 seconds / OFF 4.75 seconds
B3: 2 beeps / 5 seconds ON, 0.25 seconds / OFF 0.25 seconds 2 times 4 seconds OFF
B4: ON 0.5 seconds / OFF 0.5 seconds
B5: 3 beeps / 5 seconds ON 0.25 seconds / OFF 0.25 seconds 3 times 3.5 seconds OFF
Specification*:
Rating
350VA
500VA
700VA
Part Number
31050350A
31050500A
31050700A
Capacity
350VA/210W
500VA/300W
700VA/420W
Dimensions (mm) HxWxD
180x280x115
180x280x115
180x280x115
Unit Weight (kg)
4.5
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6.5
Input Connection
Output Connection
1.8 metre line cord IEC to Australian 10Amp Plug
6 Australian 10Amp Outlets (3 Battery Backup & Surge Protection,
3 Surge Protection only)
Operation
Input Voltage Range
0-300 VAC
Output Voltage Range
Nominal -18% to +10%
On Battery Output Voltage
Nominal -12% to +10%
Frequency
Lightning/Surge Protection
50 Hz
476 joules
Safety
AS/NZS62040.1.1, AS/NZS60950, A-Tick
EMI
AS/NZS62040.2, AS/NZSCISPR22, C-Tick
Transfer Time to Battery/AC
Battery Type
Typical Backup Time
Internet/Phone/Fax Protection
Short Circuit Protection
Communication Port
2-6 msec. typical
Sealed, maintenance free lead-acid battery
3 minutes at full rated load
RJ11
Circuit Breaker
USB
Environmental
Operation Temperature
Operation Relative Humidity
Storage Temperature
Software
Service Plans
0oC - 40oC
0 to 95% non condensing
-15oC - 50oC
Powerware LanSafe Software is included free of charge
Optional Extended Warranty and On Site Changeover service plans available
*Due to continuing product improvement programs, specifications subject to change without notice
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Troubleshooting
Symptom
Possible Cause
The battery is disconnected
and utility power is not
available at the wall outlet.
UPS will not turn on
Input Circuit Breaker has
tripped.
UPS is making a
continuous sound
and the „Overload‰
indicator is lighted.
UPS does not provide
expected runtime.
Connected equipment
loses power while
connected to the UPS
The „Battery Backup &
Surge Protection‰ outlets are
overloaded.
Action to Take
Connect the battery (see Connect
Battery) and ensure power is
available at the wall outlet.
Reduce the amount of equipment
plugged into the outlets of the UPS.
Next, reset the circuit breaker by
pushing the plunger back in.
Turn off the UPS and reduce the
amount of equipment connected to
these outlets.
Removed all connected equipment
from the UPS and charge the
battery at least 8 hours.
The battery is not fully charged.
During this charging period, turn
off the UPS to prevent unnecessary
discharging.
Battery is getting older.
Call for service or you can replace
the battery by ordering one from
your dealer.
The UPS is overloaded.
Reduce the amount of equipment
plugged into the outlets of the UPS.
Try reducing the load by removing
one piece of equipment at a time to
determine if the problem continues.
The UPS has exhausted its
available run time.
The UPS will turn off when the
battery has been depleted during an
extended power outage. Allow the
UPS to re-charge the battery, before
continuing on battery operation.
Equipment is connected to the
„Surge Protection‰ outlets.
Ensure the equipment that is to be
protected from a power outage is
plugged into the „Battery Backup &
Surge Protection‰ outlets.
The UPS may require service.
Contact Powerware Technical
Support
Service and Support
For questions and/or problems, please call your local distributor or the help desk and ask
for a UPS technical representative.
Powerware National Service Centre
1300 303 059
Please have the following information ready
Model number and Serial number
Symptoms of failure or problem
Customer contact information
For additional information please visit us online: www.powerware.com.au
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Head Office
Eaton Power Quality Pty Ltd
ABN 82 054 056 709
10 Kent Road, Mascot NSW 2020
Sales Offices
Queensland
Victoria
Western Australia/NT
South Australia
Sales Phone:
Sales Email:
1300 UPS UPS
info.au@powerware.com
National Service Centre:
1300 303 059
www.powerware.com.au
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