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Business Appliance & Lighting UPS
BI1000I
Installation Guide and User’s Manual
990-2648B Copyright © 2009 American Power Conversion. All rights reserved.
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CONTENTS
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Overview
Checklist
Section 1. Unpacking/Inspection of BAL UPS (at reseller location)
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Section 2. Unpacking/Inspection of BAL UPS (at customer location)
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Section 3. Installation
BAL UPS Placement
Location Selection
Battery Connection
Install BAL UPS
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Section 4. Controls and Indicators
BAL UPS Controls
AWAY/HOME
TEST/MUTE
Circuit Breaker Switch
BAL UPS Indicators
Cold Boot
Section 5. Troubleshooting
Manual Bypass
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Preventive Maintenance
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Specifications
7
Warranty
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Contact Information
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FIGURES
Figure 1.
Figure 2.
Figure 3.
Figure 4.
Figure 5.
APC BAL UPS
Typical Home/Office Wiring After BAL UPS Installation
BAL UPS Connections
BAL UPS Front Panel Controls and Indicators
BAL UPS Bypass Connection
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TABLES
Table 1.
Table 2.
Table 3.
Table 4.
BAL UPS Indicators
Load Indications
BAL UPS Troubleshooting
APC Business Appliance & Lighting UPS Technical Specifications
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Thank you for purchasing APC’s Business Appliance & Lighting UPS (BAL). Please fill out the enclosed Warranty Registration Card, or
register your purchase on-line at: www.apc.com/support.
Overview
APC’s BAL UPS (Figure 1) is designed for years of trouble-free use. The BAL UPS is a sinewave back-up power supply intended to serve
house loads. It is rated for 1000 VA/660W at 230 Vac, 50-Hz, and operates on a wide range of input voltages (100 - 270V). If the input
voltage goes out of range (less than 100V or more than 270V), the utility is isolated and the UPS supplies power to the load from an
externally connected battery (may be purchased from APC, or from the supplier of your choice). The UPS can serve inductive loads
(fluorescent lamps, ceiling and table fans), resistive loads (incandescent lamps), and switched mode power supply (SMPS) loads
(television).
Figure 1. APC BAL UPS
Checklist:
Depending on what the customer has ordered, ensure the following items have been delivered:
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BAL UPS
Wiring Kit
Section 1. Unpacking/Inspection of BAL UPS (at reseller location)
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Warning: The BAL UPS weighs 15 kg. Please handle carefully.
Inspect the shipping containers for signs of obvious damage. If damage to either shipping container is extensive, notify the carrier
and return the unit to the factory. If there are no apparent signs of damage, carefully open the container, and remove the packing
materials (do not discard). Inspect for dents, scratches, warpage of the top cover, or other signs of damage. If unit is damaged,
please notify the factory and obtain a Return Material Authorization number and return the unit as/if instructed. If there are no
obvious signs of damage, repackage the unit for shipment to the customer using the materials already removed from the shipping
container. Ship or otherwise deliver the unit to the customer location.
Section 2. Unpacking/Inspection of BAL UPS (at customer location)
Note: The BAL UPS Assembly is shipped with two (one male and one female) IEC
connectors and battery assembly wiring for use in installing wiring to/from the BAL UPS.
Inspect the shipping containers for signs of obvious damage. If damage to either shipping container is extensive, notify the carrier
and return the unit to the factory. If there are no apparent signs of damage to the shipping container, carefully open the container,
and remove the packing materials (do not discard).
!
Warning: The BAL UPS weighs 15 kg. Please handle carefully.
Remove the item from the shipping container and inspect for: dents, scratches, warpage of the top cover, or other signs of damage.
If unit is damaged, please notify the factory and obtain a Return Material Authorization number and return the unit as/if instructed.
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Section 3. Installation
BAL UPS Placement
Note: Once the unit has been completely installed, it is not desirable to move it.
Location selection - Ensure the area where the unit is to be placed is not in direct sunlight (surfaces may become hot).
Further ensure the unit is placed in a dry area away from sources of liquids, and that the vents on each side have at least 15 cm
(6 inches) of unobstructed clearance.
Battery Connection
Connect the red battery terminal lead (protrudes from the lid) to the positive (+) terminal of the first battery and connect the
black battery terminal lead (protrudes from the lid) to the negative (-) terminal of second battery. connect remain two battery
terminals using black cable.
Install BAL UPS
Caution: Installation of the BAL UPS must be performed by a licensed and qualified
electrician. Failure to comply may result in equipment damage, and may also void the
Warranty.
Figure 2 shows a typical BAL wiring scenario after installation of the BAL UPS Assembly wiring.
Note: The BAL UPS can serve inductive loads (fluo rescent lamps, ceiling and table fans),
resistive loads (incandescent lamps), and SMPS loads (television).
Caution: Connecting the BAL UPS to a branch circuit that exceeds 16 amps may result in
equipment damage.
Note: BAL wiring to power the desired loads should be routed and connected to a single
branch circuit providing a maximum of 16 amps to the circuit, Wiring must be in
accordance with local electric codes and standards. Connected loads must not exceed 660
watts when the BAL UPS is On Battery.
Electricity
Board
Meter
E
E
N
N
L
L
Load
Double-Pole
Switch Lighting
Circuit
Input
Output
Wiring for BAL UPS
Figure 2. Typical Home/Office Wiring After BAL UPS Installation
Connect one end of the electrical cable from the double-pole switch lighting circuit in accordance with local electric codes and
standards. Connect the other end of the electrical cable to the provided IEC connector, and then to the rear panel Input connector on
the BAL UPS Assembly (Figures 2 and 3).
Connect one end of the electrical cable from the load in accordance with local electric codes and standards. Connect the other end of
the electrical cable to the provided IEC connector, and then to the rear panel Output connector on the BAL UPS Assembly (Figures
2 and 3).
Connect the battery wiring harness from the battery to the rear panel input connector of the BAL UPS (Figure 3) marked 24V
Battery. Once the Home/Office wiring is complete and the batteries are connected to the BAL UPS Assembly, turn on power at the
Electricity Board Meter then at the Double-Pole Switch Lighting Circuit. The BAL UPS will automatically turn on.
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24V Battery
INPUT
Push to Reset
N
L
L
OUTPUT
N
Input : 230V, 5A, 50Hz
Output : 230V, 5A, 50HZ
Battery Wiring Output Harness
(Red and Black Wires from
Main Housing Chassis - Top)
These connectors are provided
with the BAL UPS Assembly
and must be installed
on to the wiring.
From Electricity Board Meter
(through Double-Pole
Switch Lighting Circuit)
To Load
Figure 3. BAL UPS Connections
Section 4. Controls and Indicators
Please review this section thoroughly before applying power to the BAL UPS.
BAL UPS Controls - Controls provided on the BAL UPS consist of the holiday mode switch marked AWAY/HOME, and the
Test/Mute switch, as well as a rear panel Push to Reset circuit breaker, and are defined in the following:
AWAY/HOME - (also known as the holiday mode switch) - In the HOME position, this two-position rocker switch (Figure 4) sets
the BAL UPS so that it will switch to battery output when there is a utility power outage.
In the AWAY position, the BAL UPS goes into standby mode and will not switch to battery power in the event of a power outage.
This is to conserve the batteries. However, in this position, the BAL UPS will charge the batteries until a utility power failure
occurs.
TEST/MUTE - In TEST mode, when ON MAINS LED is lit, on pressing this push button, the unit will do self test to determine
the state of the system. During On Battery self test it will also show the load status which can be used to find out the load capacity.
In the MUTE position (push in for 5 seconds), this push button switch silences the low battery buzzer.
Circuit Breaker Switch (Rear Panel) - When in ON MAINS mode, if the system draws more than 10A, circuit breaker will trip.
To reset the circuit breaker switch, push the switch fully inward.
BAL UPS Indicators - The BAL UPS provides light emitting diode (LED) indicators (Figure 4) to show the operational
condition of the BAL UPS and batteries. Indicators consist of Inverter Load Status (25%, 50%, 75%, 100%, and OVER
LOAD). Other indicators consist of: INVERTER DISABLE, ON MAINS, ON BATTERY, and FAULT). Using Table 1,
determine the condition of the BAL UPS and battery.
Cold Boot - To turn on the BAL UPS on Battery Mode, keep AWAY/HOME switch in HOME mode and press the Test-Mute
button and hold it for 2-3 seconds.
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AWAY
25%
50%
75%
100%
TEST
OVER
LOAD
INVERTER LOAD
ON
INVERTER ON
DISABLE MAINS BATTERY FAULT
MUTE
HOME
Figure 4. BAL UPS Front Panel Controls and Indicators
Table 1. BAL UPS Indicators
On
Mains
(green)
On
Battery
(yellow)
Fault
(red)
INV
Disable
(red)
Buzzer
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
The unit is ON-LINE.
ON LINE SELF TEST
Flashing
Off
Off
Off
Off
The unit is in ON-LINE Self-Test mode.
ON BATTERY SELF
TEST
Flashing
On
Off
Off
Off
The unit is in ON-BATTERY Self-Test
mode, and the load is less than 25%.
ON BATTERY
Off
On
Off
Off
BATTERY
DISCONNECTED
On
Off
Flashing
Off
Chirp every 2 seconds
The unit is ON-LINE mode; battery is
disconnected.
Short Circuit (heavy
overload)
Off
Off
On
Off
Continuously On
The unit is in FAULT state, due to short
circuit fault.
ON BATTERY Low
Battery Warning
Off
On
Off
Off
Constant Beeping, Can be muted through
front panel TEST/MUTE push button.
Mode
ON LINE
Description
The unit is in ON-BATTERY mode, and
the load is less than 25%.
Table 2. Load Indications
25%
50%
75%
100%
Overload
Buzzer
Description
Power Meter
on
off
off
off
off
off
The unit is in ON-BATTERY
mode, and the load is less
than 25%.
Power Meter
on
on
off
off
off
off
The unit is in ON-BATTERY
mode, and the load is between
25% and 50%.
Power Meter
on
on
on
off
off
off
The unit is in ON-BATTERY
mode, and the load is between
50% and 75%.
Power Meter
on
on
on
on
off
off
The unit is in ON BATTERY
mode; the load is between
75% and the overload limit.
NOTE: In the case of a sustained overload, the BAL UPS will be turned off automatically after one
minute, and will wait in the fault state for a minute. After that, it will restart again. If the overload
still persists, the BAL UPS will be turned off again after one minute, and will wait in fault state for
one minute and restart again. In the same way, it will try for three restarts. If the overload still
persists, it will stay in fault state permanently until the unit is restarted with push button. If the time
interval between two consecutive overloads is more than 5 minutes, then the latest overload is
considered as a fresh overload and three restart cycle will begin again.
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Section 5. Troubleshooting
Note: If the BAL UPS causes interference with a television while ON-BATTERY, move
the television at least 3 feet away from the BAL UPS.
Use the information provided in Tables 1, 2, and 3 to diagnose BAL UPS problems. If the problem cannot be resolved using the
information provided in this manual, contact APC Technical Support.
Table 3. BAL UPS Troubleshooting
Problem
BAL UPS fails to operate when
mains power is turned on, or
during a utility power failure.
BAL UPS faults.
Cause
Corrective Action
Disconnected battery.
Ensure batteries are connected as defined in this
manual.
Power is off at the Mains.
Turn on power at the Mains.
BAL UPS HOME/AWAY switch
in the AWAY position.
Set switch to the BAL position.
Dead batteries.
BAL UPS failed to charge batteries, or batteries were
allowed to completely discharge. Replace batteries. If
replacing the batteries does not fix the problem,
contact APC Technical Support.
BAL UPS rear panel Push to
Reset circuit breaker has tripped.
Reset the circuit breaker by pushing it fully inward
until it stops; release the circuit breaker.
Improper wiring installation or
loose connection.
Ensure wiring is as described earlier in this manual,
and that all connections are secure.
BAL UPS drops the load.
BAL UPS may have an internal failure. If this
happens, the unit can be disconnected from the mains
by completion of a Manual Bypass (see Manual
Bypass).
BAL UPS is overloaded.
Turn off some loads connected to the BAL UPS until
the OVER LOAD LED is no longer lit
Manual Bypass - In the event of BAL UPS failure or dead battery condition, the BAL UPS can be disconnected from the mains
and power restored to the circuit by completing a Manual Bypass (Figure 6) of the BAL UPS, as follows:
Remove the Wiring Management Kit from the BAL UPS. Disconnect all wires connected at the BAL UPS rear panel. Connect the
wire from the Input socket to the wire from the Output socket.
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INPUT
Push to Reset
N
L
L
OUTPUT
N
Input : 230V, 5A, 50Hz
Output : 230V, 5A, 50HZ
Disconnect from
BAL UPS
Connect Both Wires
Completed Bypass Connection
Figure 5. BAL UPS Bypass Connection
Preventive Maintenance - Preventive maintenance consists of inspecting the batteries for cracks and/or leakage, and checking battery fluid levels and
filling the batteries every 90 days.
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Specifications
Table 4. APC Business Appliance & Lighting UPS Technical Specifications
Item
Specification
Nominal Voltage
230 V
Rated Voltage
230 V
Frequency
47-53 Hz
Nominal Rated Current
4.35 A
Input Circuit Breaker Rating
10 A
Input Voltage Window for Utility Operation
100 - 270 VAC
Voltage (ON MAINS)
100 - 270 VAC
Voltage (ON BATTERY)
180 - 250 VAC
Rated VA
1000 VA *
Rated Watts
660 W *
Overload Indicated ON BATTERY
>100%
Shutdown due to OVERLOAD
> 100% after 60 seconds (see Table 1 and following note)
Frequency (ON BATTERY)
50 Hz +/- 1%
Surge
Protection
Built-in Surge Protection
Protects the load from surges and spikes
Environmental
Ambient Operating Temperature
0-45 degrees C
Humidity
95% Relative humidity, non-condensing
Altitude
3000 m
Input Line
IEC socket
Outlet Receptacles
IEC socket
Dimensions - Unit (h) x (w) x (d)
UPS: 13.0 x 50.6 x 29.3 cm
Weight
UPS : 14 kg
Shipping Weight
UPS : 15 kg
Input
Characteristics
Output
Characteristics
Physical
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Rated load is defined at 230VAC.
Warranty
APC warrants its products to be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use and service for 2 years for the Business
Appliance & Lightening UPS, and 18 months for the APC Batteries to the original purchaser. Its obligation under this warranty is limited to
repairing and replacing, at its sole option, any such defective products. To obtain service under warranty you must obtain a Return Material
Authorization (RMA) number from APC Technical Support or an APC Service Center. The defective unit must be returned with an RMA
number, with transportation charges prepaid and it must be accompanied by a brief description of the problem and proof of date and place
of purchase. This warranty applies only to the original purchaser.
Contact Information
APC Corporate Office (India)
27 Lavelle Road, Bangalore 560 001
Phone: 080 - 3987 2000
www.apc.com/in
Toll Free Helplines.................MTNL: 1800 4254 877, 1800 4254 272,
All other operators: 39022272 (add STD code of the city you're
calling from when using your mobile)
Customer Service [email protected]
Technical Support [email protected]
APC Corporate Office (USA)
132 Fairgrounds Rd.
West Kingstown, RI 02892, USA
Phone: 401-789-0204
www.apc.com/in
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