3 109 53 Maintenance Bypass Switch

3 109 53 Maintenance Bypass Switch
3 109 53
Maintenance Bypass Switch
Installation Manual
Part. LE09522AA-08/16-01 GF
3 109 53
Maintenance Bypass Switch
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ENGLISH3
Index
1 Introduction4
1.1 Overview
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1.2 Guarantee terms
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2 Safety regulations5
3 Installation7
3.1 Introduction
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3.2 Front panel
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3.3 Package content
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3.4 Rack Mount Configuration
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3.5 Tower Configuration
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3.6 Preliminary operations
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3.6.1 Procedure for Daker DK 1000-2000 VA
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3.6.2 Procedure for Daker DK 3000 VA
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4 Operations17
5 Troubleshooting18
6 Technical specifications19
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1 Introduction
1.1 Overview
Congratulations on your purchase of the LEGRAND maintenance bypass switch 3 109 53.
This switch (MTBS) has been specifically designed to ensure seamless operation of your critical
load during maintenance and testing or during the unlikely event of a UPS failure.
ATTENTION
It is necessary to read the whole manual carefully before doing any operation.
ATTENTION
The maintenance bypass switch 3 109 53 can only be used with the UPS Daker DK 1000 VA 2000 VA - 3000 VA and Daker DK+ 1000 VA - 2000 VA - 3000 VA manufactured by LEGRAND.
The purpose of this manual is to provide necessary indications to install and use safely the maintenance bypass switch.
The reading of these instructions is essential but it cannot substitute the expertise of the technical
personnel who must have had adequate preliminary training.
The MTBS has been built for the applications specified in this manual. For no reason whatsoever
it is allowed to use it for purposes other than those for which it has been designed.
This manual must be kept in a safe, dry place and always be available for consultation. It is suggested to make a copy and to save it.
The manual is to be considered an integral part of the maintenance bypass switch and therefore must be kept for the equipment’s useful life cycle.
The information included in this manual must not be disclosed to third parties. Any duplication,
total or partial, not authorized in writing by the Manufacturer obtained by photostatting or any
other method, even electronically, violates the copyright conditions and can be prosecuted by law.
LEGRAND reserves the property rights of this publication and forbids the total or partial
reproduction of it without prior written consent.
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1 Introduction
1.2 Guarantee terms
The guarantee conditions may vary depending on the country where the maintenance bypass switch 3 109 53 is sold. Check with your local LEGRAND sale representative for validity
and duration.
The Manufacturer declines all direct and indirect liabilities resulting from:
- failure to observe instructions included in this manual;
- use by personnel who have not read and thoroughly understood the content of this manual;
- use that does not comply with the specific standards used in the country where the equipment
is installed;
- modifications made to the equipment, software, functioning logic unless they have been authorized by the Manufacturer in writing;
- repairs that have not been authorized by the LEGRAND Technical Assistance Centre;
- damage caused intentionally, through negligence, by acts of God, natural phenomena, fire or
liquid infiltration.
2 Safety regulations
ATTENTION
It is necessary to read carefully these safety provisions and the entire manual before carrying out any operation.
DANGER
This product should be installed in compliance with installation rules, preferably by a qualified
electrician. Incorrect installation and use can lead to risk of electric shock or fire.
Before carrying out the installation, read the instructions and take account of the product’s specific
mounting location.
Do not open up, dismantle, alter or modify the device except where specifically required to do so
by the instructions. All Legrand products must be opened and repaired exclusively by personnel
trained and approved by Legrand. Any unauthorized opening or repair completely cancels all
liabilities and the rights to replacement and guarantees.
Use only Legrand brand accessories.
DANGER
The maintenance bypass switch 3 109 53 can only be installed with the UPS Daker DK 1000 VA
- 2000 VA - 3000 VA and Daker DK+ 1000 VA - 2000 VA - 3000 VA completely SWITCHED OFF and
UNPLUGGED FROM THE MAINS.
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2 Safety regulations
ATTENTION
Inspect the maintenance bypass switch immediately after opening the packaging. If it appears
damaged, do not install it but contact immediately the LEGRAND Technical Service Assistance.
ATTENTION
The UPS, the maintenance bypass switch or the load equipment may be damaged if the installation and operating procedures are not followed.
ATTENTION
• Do not connect the maintenance bypass switch to an ungrounded outlet or extension cords or
adapters that eliminate the connection to ground.
• Do not use this equipment in dusty or corrosive environments or near any flammable objects.
• The power requirement for each load connected to the maintenance bypass switch must not
exceed the individual outlet’s load rating.
• The equipment is not designed for outdoor use. It can operated under a maximum ambient
temperature of +40°C (+104°F).
• The equipment must be installed near a mains socket and it must be easily accessible.
ATTENTION
In case of problems with the maintenance bypass switch, the manual must always be consulted to
find out how to solve them.
If the problem persists, contact the LEGRAND Technical Service Assistance which will provide all
the instructions on what to do.
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3 Installation
3.1 Introduction
There are two operation modes offered by the Maintenance Bypass Switch (MTBS).
1 -UPS MODE (UPS available): when the MTBS works on UPS mode, the UPS supply directly the
loads.
2 -UTILITY MODE (maintenance bypass): when the MTBS works on the UTILITY mode, the loads are
supplied by the MTBS. The UPS can be turned off for maintenance or service operation without
affecting the loads.
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3.2 Front panel
1. UPS output power cord: connect to the UPS output sockets
2. Input Socket: connect to the mains socket
3. CAM SWITCH: Maintenance Bypass Switch
4. Lamps: they indicate the presence of the UPS and of the mains
5- 6. Load Sockets: connect to the loads
7. UPS Input Socket: connect to the UPS Input
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3.3 Package content
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3 Installation
3.4 Rack Mount Configuration
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
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3 Installation
3.5 Tower Configuration
Step 1
Step 2
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3.6 Preliminary operations
1. Shut down the loads connected to the UPS and remove the output cable of the UPS.
2. Turn off the UPS and remove the input power cord of the UPS from the wall socket.
3. Install a utility circuit breaker of max 20 A – curve C for input wiring.
4. Make sure the CAM Switch (Maintenance Bypass Switch) is on “UTILITY” position.
After these steps, follow one of the next paragraphs according to the model of the UPS installed.
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3.6.1 Procedure for Daker DK 1000-2000 VA
C1 = cable IEC320 C19-20
C2 = cable IEC320 C15-C16
C3 = cable IEC320 C19-C16
C4 = cable IEC320 C20-C15
C5 = power cord Schuko - IEC320 C19
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C1 = cable IEC320 C19-20
C2 = cable IEC320 C15-C16
C3 = cable IEC320 C19-C16
C4 = cable IEC320 C20-C15
C5 = power cord Schuko - IEC320 C19
1. Plug the input power cord C5 to the input socket of the MTBS [2] and then to the mains socket.
The orange lamp of the MTBS [4] will light up.
DANGER
Hazardous voltages are now present in the MTBS.
2. Connect the cable C4 to the input socket of the UPS and to the UPS Input Socket of the MTBS [7].
DANGER
Hazardous voltages are now present in the UPS.
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3. Connect the cable C3 to the UPS output power cord of the MTBS [1] and to the output socket
of the UPS.
4. Make sure the loads comply with the voltage and current of the UPS and the mains. If so, connect the loads to the load sockets of the MTBS [5-6] using the cables C2 and C1 or those provided with the UPS. The loads are now supplied directly from the mains through the MTBS.
5. Turn on the UPS following the instructions of its user manual. When the UPS is on, the green
lamp of the MTBS [4] will light up.
6. Rotate the CAM Switch (Maintenance Bypass Switch) to “UPS” position.
3.6.2 Procedure for Daker DK 3000 VA
C1 = cable IEC320 C19-20
C2 = cable IEC320 C15-C16
C5 = power cord Schuko - IEC320 C19
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1. Plug the input power cord C5 to the input socket of the MTBS [2] and then to the mains socket.
The orange lamp of the MTBS [4] will light up.
DANGER
Hazardous voltages are now present in the MTBS.
2. Connect the cable C1 to the input socket of the UPS and to the UPS Input Socket of the MTBS [7].
DANGER
Hazardous voltages are now present in the UPS.
3. Connect the cable C1 to the UPS output power cord of the MTBS [1] and to the output socket
of the UPS.
4. Make sure the loads comply with the voltage and current of the UPS and the mains. If so, connect the loads to the load sockets of the MTBS [5-6] using the cables C2 or those provided with
the UPS. The loads are now supplied directly from the mains through the MTBS.
5. Turn on the UPS following the instructions of its user manual. When the UPS is on, the green
lamp of the MTBS [4] will light up.
6. Rotate the CAM Switch (Maintenance Bypass Switch) to “UPS” position.
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4 Operations
Make sure to switch the operating modes according to the following procedures:
1. UPS MODE  UTILITY MODE (Maintenance bypass)
Step 1: Make sure the orange lamp of the MTBS is lit. If not, refer to the troubleshooting section.
Step 2: Rotate the CAM Switch (Maintenance Bypass Switch) from “UPS” position to “UTILITY”
position. At this stage the loads connected are supplied directly by the mains.
Step 3: Turn off the UPS.
Step 4: Remove the connection between the UPS and the MTBS.
Step 5: The maintenance or replacement of the UPS may now proceed.
2. UTILITY MODE (Maintenance bypass)  UPS MODE
Step 1: Connect the input and output of the UPS to the MTBS, then turn on the UPS following
the instructions of its user manual.
Step 2: Make sure that the green lamp of the MTBS is lit. If not, refer to the troubleshooting section.
Step 3:Rotate the CAM Switch (Maintenance Bypass Switch) from “UTILITY” position to “UPS”
position. At this stage the loads connected are supplied by the UPS.
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5 Troubleshooting
If the MTBS does not operate normally, consult the following table.
If the problem cannot be solved, contact the LEGRAND Technical Service Assistance.
PROBLEM
Orange lamp
is not lit
Green lamp
of the UPS is not lit
The external circuit
breaker has tripped
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SOURCE OF THE PROBLEM
SOLUTION
No mains
Verify if the external circuit breaker
has tripped. In this case, reset it.
Otherwise contact
a qualified electrician.
The input power cord
connected to the input
socket of the MTBS [2] is not
connected properly to the
mains socket
Connect it to the mains socket
UPS has no output
Refer to the user manual of the UPS
The input and output of the
UPS are not connected to the
MTBS properly
Connect them to the MTBS properly
Overcurrent in the MTBS load
sockets [5-6]
Reduce the number of loads
connected
6 Technical specifications
3 109 53
General characteristics
Net Weight (kg)
2.7
Dimensions: W×D×H (mm)
87 × 77 × 440
Ambient specifications
Operating temperature range
+32°F to +104°F (0°C to +40°C)
Operating relative humidity range
20%-80%
non-condensing
Storage temperature range
-4°F to 104°F (-20°C to +40°C)
Operating altitude:
up to 6560 ft (2000m)
Electrical specifications
Rating
230Vac - 3 kVA
Frequency
50 Hz - 60 Hz
Rated current
16 A max
Transfer Time
< 6 ms
Directives and Standards
Safety
LVD 2014/35/EU
EN 60950-1
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