TOSHIBA 4200FA CT/XT User``s Manual
TOSHIBA
UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SYSTEM
THREE-PHASE 15/25/30/50 kVA UPS
4200FA CT/XT
User’’s Manual
Document Number: 53878-007
Date: November 2007
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4200FA CT/XT User’’s Manual
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4200FA CT/XT
THREE-PHASE 15/25/30/50 kVA
UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SYSTEM
CT-Internal Batteries
XT- External Batteries or External Transformer
USER’S MANUAL
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TOSHIBA INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION
INDUSTRIAL DIVISION
13131 West Little York Road
Houston, TX 77041-9990
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IMPORTANT NOTICE
The Instructions contained in this manual are not intended to cover all of
the details or variations in equipment or to provide for every possible
contingency to be met in connection with installation, operation, or
maintenance. Should further information be required or should particular
problems arise which are not covered sufficiently the matter should be
referred to the local TOSHIBA sales office.
The contents of this instruction manual shall not become a part of or modify
any prior or existing equipment, commitment, or relationship. The sales
contract contains the entire obligation of TOSHIBA INTERNATIONAL
CORPORATION. The warranty contained in the contract between the
parties is the sole warranty of TOSHIBA, and any statements contained
herein do not create new warranties or modify the existing warranty.
Any Electrical or mechanical modifications to this equipment
without prior written consent of the TOSHIBA will void all
warranties and may void UL/CUL listing. Unauthorized
modifications may also result in equipment damage, personal
injury, or loss of life.
UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SYSTEM
If additional information or technical assistance is required call TOSHIBA
Customer Support Center toll free at 1- 877-876-8773, or write to: Toshiba
International Corporation, 13131 West Little York Road, Houston, TX 770419990 Attn: UPS Product Manager.
Please complete the following information for your records. Unless otherwise
specified on the warranty card, the warranty period for the UPS or UPS part is
36 months from the shipment date (see bill of lading).
Unless otherwise specified on the warranty card, the warranty period for a
UPS battery is 24 months from the shipment date (see bill of lading).
Keep this manual with the UPS equipment.
Job Number:
Model Number:
Serial Number:
Application:
Shipping Date:
Date of Installation:
Inspected By:
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Purpose and Scope of Manual
This manual provides information on how to safely install, operate, and maintain your TOSHIBA power
electronics product. This manual includes a section on General Safety Instructions that describes the
warning labels and symbols that are used throughout the manual. Read the manual completely before
installing, operating, or performing maintenance on this equipment.
This manual and the accompanying drawings should be considered a permanent part of the equipment and
should be readily available for reference and review. Dimensions shown in the manual are in metric and/or
the English equivalent.
TOSHIBA reserves the right, without prior notice, to update information, make product changes, or to
discontinue any product or service identified in this publication.
TOSHIBA is a registered trademark of TOSHIBA INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION. All other product or
trade references appearing in this manual are registered trademarks of their respective owners.
TOSHIBA shall not be liable for technical or editorial omissions or mistakes in this manual. Nor
shall it be liable for incidental or consequential damages resulting from the use of information
contained in this manual.
This manual is copyrighted. No part of this manual may be photocopied or reproduced in any form without
the prior written consent of TOSHIBA INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION.
© Copyright 2007 TOSHIBA INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION.
All rights reserved.
Printed in the U.S.A.
Contacting TOSHIBA Customer Support Center
The TOSHIBA Customer Support Center can be contacted to obtain help in resolving any Uninterruptible
Power System problem that you may experience or to provide application information.
The center is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (CST), Monday through Friday. The Support Center’’s toll free
number in USA is (877) 867-8773.
You may contact TOSHIBA by writing to:
TOSHIBA INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION.
INDUSTRIAL DIVISION
13131 West Little York Rd.
Houston, TX 77041-9990
Attn: UPS Product Manager
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS..................................................................................................... i
GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.............................................................................. 1
EQUIPMENT WARNING LABELS ................................................................................... 2
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS .......................................................................... 5
1.0
Product Description ............................................................................................. 9
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
2.0
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.3
2.4
2.5
3.0
3.1
3.2
3.3
4.0
4.1
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.1.3
4.1.4
4.2
4.2.1
4.3
4.3.1
4.3.2
4.4
4.4.1
4.5
4.5.1
4.5.2
4.5.3
5.0
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
6.0
6.1
6.2
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
Theory of Operation ........................................................................................................................ 9
Application and Use ........................................................................................................................ 9
Power Backup ................................................................................................................................. 9
Power Conditioning ......................................................................................................................... 9
Unpacking/Inspection/Storage/Disposal .......................................................... 10
Unpacking the new UPS equipment 15/25/30 kVA:...................................................................... 10
Unpacking the new UPS equipment 50 kVA:................................................................................ 11
Inspection of the new UPS equipment.......................................................................................... 11
Inspection of the new UPS equipment.......................................................................................... 12
Storage of UPS equipment ........................................................................................................... 12
Disposal......................................................................................................................................... 12
Installation Precautions ..................................................................................... 13
Equipment Placement ................................................................................................................... 13
System Preparation (Pre-Power) .................................................................................................. 14
Operating Precautions .................................................................................................................. 14
UPS Connections ............................................................................................... 15
Power Connections ....................................................................................................................... 15
Power Connections 15/25/30 kVA with Internal Batteries ............................................................ 15
Power Connections 15/25/30 kVA with Internal Transformer .......................................................... 16
Recommended Wire Size and Torque Requirements...................................................................... 17
Power Connection Cable Routing and Conduit Placement 15/25/30 kVA....................................... 18
Control Circuit and External Battery Interface Connections 15/25/30 kvA ................................... 19
Recommended Wire Size and Torque Requirements...................................................................... 19
Power Connections 50 kVA .......................................................................................................... 20
Recommended Wire Size and Torque Requirements For UPS Input and Output Terminals....... 21
Power Connection Cable Routing and Conduit Placement 50 kVA................................................. 22
Control Circuit and External Interface Connections 50 kVA ......................................................... 23
Recommended Wire Size and Torque Requirements .................................................................. 23
Communication Interface .............................................................................................................. 24
Remote Contact ............................................................................................................................ 24
RS-232C........................................................................................................................................... 25
UPS Shutdown (via RS-232C) ......................................................................................................... 25
Specifications ..................................................................................................... 26
4200FA 15 / 25 kVA @ 208 VAC Input/ 208 VAC Output w/Internal Batteries ............................ 26
4200FA 15/25 kVA w/Internal Transformer................................................................................... 27
4200FA 30 kVA @ 208 VAC Input/ 208 VAC Output w/Internal Batteries ................................... 28
4200FA 30 kVA w/Internal Transformer........................................................................................ 29
4200FA 50kVA @ 208 VAC Input/ 208 VAC Output w/Internal Batteries .................................... 30
4200FA 50kVA w/Internal Transformer......................................................................................... 31
Operating the UPS.............................................................................................. 32
AC Input Mode (Normal Operation).................................................................................................. 32
Bypass Mode................................................................................................................................. 33
Battery Backup Mode ....................................................................................................................... 34
Battery Backup Time and Discharge Process .............................................................................. 35
Battery Low Voltage Tolerances ................................................................................................... 35
Battery Recharging........................................................................................................................ 36
Front Panel Layout (All Units) ....................................................................................................... 37
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6.9
6.10
6.11
6.11.1
6.12
6.12.1
6.12.2
6.12.3
6.12.4
6.13
6.14
6.15
6.16
6.17
6.18
6.18.1
6.18.2
6.18.3
6.18.4
6.18.5
6.18.6
6.18.7
6.18.8
6.19
6.19.1
6.19.2
6.19.3
6.19.4
6.19.5
6.19.6
6.19.7
6.19.8
6.20
6.21
7.0
7.1
7.2
8.0
8.1
8.2
8.3
9.0
9.2
9.3
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EPO (Emergency Power Off) Function ......................................................................................... 37
Audible Alarm Functions ............................................................................................................... 38
LED (Light Emitting Diode) Functions ........................................................................................... 38
LED (Light Emitting Diode) System Status ................................................................................... 39
LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) Functions ........................................................................................ 39
Line-1 System Messages.............................................................................................................. 39
Line-2 System Fault Messages..................................................................................................... 40
Line-3 System Messages.............................................................................................................. 40
Line-4 System Messages.............................................................................................................. 40
Initial Battery Charge..................................................................................................................... 41
Start-up Procedure ........................................................................................................................ 42
Shutdown Procedure..................................................................................................................... 43
Maintenance Bypass Procedure ................................................................................................... 43
Keypad Overview .......................................................................................................................... 45
Key Functions................................................................................................................................ 46
MONI ............................................................................................................................................. 46
IN ................................................................................................................................................... 46
OUT............................................................................................................................................... 46
BATT Key ...................................................................................................................................... 47
MENU, F1, ENTER, UP, & DOWN Keys ...................................................................................... 47
BATT TEST Key............................................................................................................................ 47
BUZZ STOP Key ........................................................................................................................... 48
RESET Key ................................................................................................................................... 48
Menu Data Screens ...................................................................................................................... 49
Settings for Calendar and Clock ................................................................................................... 49
Adjusting the Buzzer Volume ........................................................................................................ 49
Settings for Display Duration......................................................................................................... 49
Run Switch Select ......................................................................................................................... 50
Serial Com Station Address .......................................................................................................... 50
Output Voltage Adjustment ........................................................................................................... 51
Equalize Charge Mode Select....................................................................................................... 51
Reset to Default Settings .............................................................................................................. 52
Overload Operation....................................................................................................................... 52
Backup History and Fault History.................................................................................................. 53
UPS Protection System...................................................................................... 55
System Protection Features.......................................................................................................... 55
System Protection Functions ........................................................................................................ 55
Start-up/Scheduled Maintenance/Part Replacement ....................................... 56
Start-up.......................................................................................................................................... 56
Preventive Maintenance................................................................................................................ 56
Parts Replacement........................................................................................................................ 57
External Dimensions / Shipping Dimensions / Weights.................................. 58
9.1 External Dimensions 15/25/30 kVA ........................................................................................ 58
External Dimensions 50kVA.......................................................................................................... 59
Shipping Dimensions and Weights ............................................................................................... 60
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GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
DO NOT attempt to install, operate, maintain or dispose of this equipment until you have read and
understood all of the product safety information and directions that are contained in this manual.
Safety Alert Symbol
The Safety Alert Symbol indicates that a potential personal injury hazard exists. The
symbol is comprised of an equilateral triangle enclosing an exclamation mark.
Signal Words
Listed below are the signal words that are used throughout this manual followed by their descriptions and
associated symbols. When the words DANGER, WARNING and ATTENTION are used in this manual they
will be followed by important safety information that must be carefully adhered to.
Warnings in this manual may appear in any of the following ways:
1)
Danger warning ņ The danger symbol is an exclamation mark enclosed in a triangle, which
precedes the word ““DANGER.”” The Danger warning symbol is used to indicate situations,
locations, and conditions that exist and will cause serious injury or death.
DANGER
2)
Caution warning ņ The caution symbol is an exclamation mark enclosed in a triangle, which
precedes the word ““CAUTION.”” The Caution warning symbol is used to indicate situations and
conditions that can cause operator injury and/or equipment damage.
CAUTION
3)
Attention warning ņ The attention warning symbol is an exclamation mark enclosed in a
triangle which precedes the word ““ATTENTION.”” The Attention warning symbol is used to
indicate situations and conditions that can cause operator injury and/or equipment damage.
ATTENTION
Other warning symbols may appear along with the Danger and Caution symbol and are used to specify
special hazards. These warnings describe particular areas where special care and/or procedures are
required in order to prevent serious injury and possible death.
1)
Electrical warning ņ The electrical warning symbol is a lighting bolt enclosed in a triangle. The
Electrical warning symbol is used to indicate high voltage locations and conditions that may
cause serious injury or death if the proper precautions are not observed.
2)
Explosion warning ņ The explosion warning symbol is an explosion image enclosed in a
triangle. The Explosion warning symbol is used to indicate locations and conditions where
molten exploding parts that may cause serious injury or death if the proper precautions are not
observed.
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EQUIPMENT WARNING LABELS
DO NOT attempt to install, operate, maintain or dispose of this equipment until you have read and
understood all of the product warnings and user directions that are contained in this instruction manual.
Shown below are examples of warning labels that may be found attached to the equipment. DO NOT
remove or cover any of the labels. If the labels are damaged or if additional labels are required, contact
your TOSHIBA representative for additional labels.
The following are examples of the warning labels that may be found on the equipment. The labels are there
to provide useful information or to indicate an imminently hazardous situation that may result in serious
injury, severe property and equipment damage, or death if the instructions are not followed.
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DANGER
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
Capacitors stay charged after power
has been shut off.
Accidental contact with live parts can
cause personal injury and death.
Turn off and lock out all power sources.
Wait at least five (5) minutes for power
to dissipate then check voltage before
servicing.
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DANGER
HAZARDOUS VOLTAGES
Hazardous voltages are used in the operation
of this equipment and could cause severe personal
injury or loss of life.
The following precautions should be observed to
reduce the risk of injury or death.
Only qualified technicians familiar with this equipment and the
information supplied with it should be permitted to install and
operate this equipment.
Installation of electrical equipment must be done in
accordance with National Electrical Code and any other state
or local codes. Proper grounding and conductor sizing must
be installed for safe operation.
During operation, keep all covers in place and cabinet
doors shut.
When performing visual inspections and maintenance, if
possible, be sure the UPS is turned off and the incoming
AC feed is turned off and locked out.
The UPS and Battery Cabinet will have hazardous
voltages present even after the AC feed is turned off.
If it is necessary to make measurements with the power
on, do not touch any electrical connection points. Remove
all jewelry from wrists and fingers. Make sure test equipment
is in good, safe operating condition.
While servicing, stand on some type of insulation, and be
sure not to be grounded.
Follow the safety instructions given in the equipment manual
carefully and observe all danger, warning and caution notices.
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NOTE: This Label for Battery Units Only
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
This manual contains important instructions that should be followed during the installation, maintenance,
and operation of the UPS and its batteries to assure safe and proper operation
1. Turn off, lockout, and tagout all power sources before connecting the power wiring to the
equipment or when performing maintenance.
2. Hardwire type UPS units are not equipped with an over-current protection device, nor do they have
an output disconnect for the ac output. Therefore, a user-installed circuit breaker should be
provided between the UPS output and the load input.
3. Battery servicing should be performed by a qualified TOSHIBA Representative only.
4. Unauthorized personnel should not service batteries.
5. Contact your nearest TOSHIBA authorized service center for battery replacement.
Qualified Personnel ONLY!
Qualified Personnel is one that has the skills and knowledge relating to the construction,
installation, operation, and maintenance of the electrical equipment and has received safety
training on the hazards involved (Refer to the latest edition of NFPA 70E for additional safety
requirements).
Qualified Personnel shall:
1. Have read the entire operation manual.
2. Be trained and authorized to safely energize, de-energize, ground, lockout and tag circuits and
equipment, and clear faults in accordance with established safety practices.
3. Be trained in the proper care and use of protective equipment such as safety shoes, rubber gloves,
hard hats, safety glasses, face shields, flash clothing, etc., in accordance with established safety
practices.
4. Be trained in rendering first aid.
5. Be knowledgeable of batteries and the required handling and maintenance precautions.
For further information on workplace safety visit www.osha.gov.
Refer to the Battery System Manual for details on operating and maintaining the battery units for each
system.
UPS System’’s output is not equipped with an over-current protection device, or an output disconnect for
the AC output; therefore, a circuit breaker should be provided, by the user, between the UPS output and
the critical load input. This minimum current rating for the device should be rated as follows:
Rated Output
208/120 VAC
220/127 VAC
240 VAC
380/220 VAC
480/277 VAC
600 VAC
15 kVA
Rating
240 V, 60 A
240 V, 50 A
240 V, 50 A
480 V, 30 A
480 V, 25 A
600 V, 20 A
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Rating
240 V, 90 A
240 V, 90 A
240 V, 80 A
480 V, 50 A
480 V, 40 A
600 V, 35 A
30 kVA
Rating
240 V, 110 A
240 V, 110 A
240 V, 90 A
480 V, 60 A
480 V, 50 A
600 V, 40 A
50 kVA
Rating
240 V, 175 A
240 V, 175 A
240 V, 175 A
480 V, 100 A
480 V, 80 A
600 V, 70 A
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The maximum ambient temperature in which the Uninterruptible Power System (UPS) should be operated
is 104 qF (40 °C) without batteries, and 89 qF (32 °C) if the battery cabinet is subject to the same ambient
temperature as the UPS. The nominal battery voltage for all internal battery models is 288 VDC. The
nominal battery voltage for all external battery models is 288 VDC.
An Authorized TOSHIBA Representative who is knowledgeable of batteries and the required precautions
should perform service on the batteries. Keep unauthorized personnel away from batteries.
Refer to the Battery System Manual when scheduling battery maintenance or battery replacement.
Misuse of this equipment could result in injury and equipment damage.
In no event will TOSHIBA be responsible or liable for direct,
indirect, or consequential damage or injury that may result from the use of this equipment.
DANGER
CAUTION
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Do not dispose of the batteries in a fire. The batteries may
explode.
CAUTION
Do not open or mutilate the batteries. Released electrolyte is toxic and
harmful to the eyes and skin.
CAUTION
This unit contains sealed lead acid batteries. An annual preventative
maintenance should be performed by an authorized technician.
Failure to do so could result in batteries exploding and emitting gasses.
and or flame.
CAUTION
Do not open or mutilate the batteries. Released electrolyte is toxic and
harmful to the eyes and skin.
WARNING
Failure to replace a battery before it becomes exhausted may cause the
case to crack, possibly releasing electrolytes from inside the battery, and
resulting in secondary faults such as odor, smoke, and fire.
WARNING
Only personnel knowledgeable of batteries and the required precautions
should perform installation and servicing of batteries. Keep
Unauthorized personnel away from the batteries.
WARNING
A qualified service technician must do proper maintenance to the battery
system of this unit. This is essential for the safety and reliability of your
UPS system. Refer to service manual.
DANGER
A battery can present a risk of electrical shock and high short
circuit current.
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The following precautions should be observed when working with
batteries.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
10)
11)
12)
Verify that the ““UPS”” is off and that the Input Circuit Breaker is in the off position.
Remove watches, rings, jewelry, or other metal objects.
Use tools with insulated handles to prevent accidental shorts.
Wear rubber gloves and boots.
Do not lay tools or metal parts on top of batteries.
Determine if the battery is grounded. If grounded, remove source of the ground.
Contact with any part of a grounded battery can result in an electrical shock.
Electrical shock will be reduced if grounds are removed during installation and maintenance.
Verify circuit polarities prior to making connections.
Disconnect charging source and load prior to connecting or disconnecting terminals.
VRLA batteries contain an explosive mixture of hydrogen gas. Do not smoke; create a flame or a
spark in the immediate area of the batteries. This includes static electricity.
Do not attempt to open the batteries in order to add water or sample the specific gravity of the
electrolyte. The batteries are valve regulated lead acid type and such servicing is not possible
without damaging the battery.
Use proper lifting means when moving batteries and wear all appropriate safety clothing and
equipment.
Dispose of lead acid batteries through proper channels in accordance with Local, State
and Federal EPA Regulations.
To be performed by Qualified Personnel only.
1) Verify that the UPS is off and that the power cord is disconnected from the power source.
2) Remove watches, ring, jewelry, or other metal objects.
3) Use tools with insulated handles to prevent inadvertent shorts.
4) Wear rubber gloves and boots.
5) Do not place tools or any metal parts on top of batteries.
6) Determine if the battery is inadvertently grounded. If inadvertently grounded, remove source of
ground.
Contact with any part of a grounded battery can result in electrical shock.
The likelihood of shock will be reduced if such grounds are removed prior to installation or
maintenance.
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INSTRUCTIONS IMPORTANTES CONCERNANT
LA SÉCURITÉ
ATTENTION
Cette notice contient des
instructions importantes
concernant la sécurté
Un battery puet présenter un risque de choc électrique, de brûlure
par transfert d’’ énergie.
ATTENTION
L’’élimination des batteries est règlementèe. Consultar les codes
locaux à cet effet
CONSERVER CES INSTRUCTIONS
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1.0
Product Description
1.1
Theory of Operation
An Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) is a system that is installed between the
commercial power and the critical load. The UPS provides steady AC output power during
commercial power fluctuations and interruptions.
During ““Normal Operation”” the UPS utilizes commercial AC power and removes high
voltage spikes and transients caused by switching and faults on the utility. The result of this
process is maximum power conditioning and regulation.
If the AC power supplied to the UPS drops below a specified voltage level, the unit's
batteries automatically begin supplying power instead of receiving it. This insures that the
loads connected to the UPS continue to receive power without interruption. This power is
provided for a long enough time so that the load can be shut down in an orderly fashion.
This prevents loss of data and possible damage to both hardware and software.
When the AC input power becomes available again, the operation returns to normal and
the batteries begin to recharge for the next power interruption.
1.2
Application and Use
The TOSHIBA 4200FA On-Line, Uninterruptible Power Systems (UPS) provide continuous
computer grade isolated AC power in a compact, efficient, high performance unit. The UPS
assures safe, reliable operation of critical office equipment, ranging from personal
computers to mini-computers to local area networks (LAN). All units feature an audible
alarm that sounds if the battery voltage drops below the standard during use. This is an
additional aid to help in retaining valuable data and equipment. All units are capable of
interfacing to a computer network.
1.3
Power Backup
During an electrical power failure the UPS batteries automatically supply DC power to the
inverter that supports the load equipment, without interruption. For example, when used to
support a computer, the UPS’’s back up assures additional time to complete your activity,
store data and initiate an orderly shutdown after a power failure occurs.
1.4
Power Conditioning
While commercial power is present, the UPS supplies conditioned power to the load while
maintaining its batteries in a charged condition. The UPS protects the connected load
against the normal, everyday problems associated with heavy use of raw commercial
power, including power sags, surges, signal interference, and spikes. In addition, the
models with transformers provide total isolation to reduce the common and normal mode
noises. This adds further protection to keep power-line problems from reaching your load,
where it can cause equipment to operate erratically, or damage hardware and software.
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2.0 Unpacking/Inspection/Storage/Disposal
2.1
Unpacking the new UPS equipment 15/25/30 kVA:
Upon receipt of the UPS, a careful inspection for shipping damage should be made. Units
shipped within North America are shrink-wrapped; those outside North America are crated.
1. Remove packing material.
1a. For international units,
remove the screws that
attach the shipping crate
to the pallet.
Remove the crate and
foam packing material.
2. Unbolt the rails from both the unit
and the shipping pallet.
Place the rails on the front of
the pallet.
Use the four 1/2 x 3" bolts to
secure the rails to the shipping
pallet.
Attach the rails as shown in the
front to the front of the pallet.
3. Place the tie brackets in the slots at
the lower end of the ramps.
SLOWLY roll the unit down the
ramp.
DANGER
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TOP HEAVY EQUIPMENT. IMPROPER LIFTING CAN RESULT IN INJURY OR
DEATH. LIFT AND MOVE CAREFULLY AND ONLY WITH ADEQUATE
EQUIPMENT AND TRAINED PERSONNEL. THIS EQUIPMENT WILL TIP OVER
EASILY UNTIL FIXED IN PLACE.
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2.2
Unpacking the new UPS equipment 50 kVA:
Upon receipt of the UPS, a careful inspection for shipping damage should be made. Units
shipped within North America are shrink-wrapped; those outside North America are crated.
1.
Remove packing material.
1a.
For international units, remove
the screws that attach the
shipping crate to the pallet.
Remove the crate and foam
packing material.
2. Unbolt the rails from both the unit
and the shipping pallet.
Place the rails on the front of
the pallet.
Use the four 1/2 x 3" bolts to
secure the rails to the shipping
pallet.
Attach the rails as shown in the
front to the front of the pallet.
3. Place the tie brackets in the slots at
the lower end of the ramps.
SLOWLY roll the unit down the
ramp.
DANGER
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LIFT AND MOVE CAREFULLY AND ONLY WITH ADEQUATE EQUIPMENT AND TRAINED
PERSONNEL. THIS EQUIPMENT WILL TIP OVER EASILY UNTIL FIXED IN PLACE.
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2.3
Inspection of the new UPS equipment
After Unpacking:
1) Check the unit for loose, broken, bent or other damaged parts. If damage has
occurred during shipment, keep all packing materials for return to the shipping
agent. The equipment warranty will not apply to units that are damaged during
shipment.
2) Check to see that the rated capacity and the model number specified on the
nameplate conform to the order specifications.
2.4
Storage of UPS equipment
If the UPS equipment is to be subject to long or short-term storage, the following guidelines
should be used.
Avoid:
1) Storage in sites subject to extreme changes in temperature or high humidity.
2) Storage in sites subject to exposure of high levels of dust or metal particles.
3) Storage on inclined floor surfaces or in sites subject to excessive vibration.
Before storing:
1) Charge the system's batteries.
2) Perform a complete system shutdown as described in section 6.15 of this manual.
Storing:
1) Store within a temperature range of - 4 –– 104 °F (-20 –– 40 °C).
2) For best results, store the UPS in the original shipping container and place on a
wood or metal pallet.
3) The optimum storage temperature is 70 °F (21 °C). Higher ambient temperatures
cause UPS batteries to need recharging more frequently.
4) If stored in an ambient temperature under 68 °F (20 °C), recharge the batteries
every 9 months.
5) If stored in an ambient temperature of 68 –– 86 °F (20 –– 30 °C), recharge the
batteries every 6 months.
6) If stored in an ambient temperature of 86 –– 104 °F (30 –– 40 °C), recharge the
batteries every 3 months.
2.5
Disposal
Please contact your state environmental agency for details on proper disposal of electrical
components and packaging in your particular area.
ATTENTION
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It is ILLEGAL to dump lead-acid batteries in landfills or dispose of
improperly. Please help our Earth by contacting the environmental
protection agencies in your area, the battery manufacturer, or call TOSHIBA
toll-free at (877) 867-8773 for more information about recycling batteries.
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3.0 Installation Precautions
Based on the 4200FA UPS external dimensions and the way the outer panels are removed; minimum
amounts of unobstructed space around the unit are necessary for ventilation and maintenance
access. The following section and Fig. 3.1 shows the minimum clearances required for proper UPS
site installation.
3.1
Equipment Placement
1) Do not install the UPS on an inclined surface,
or areas that are subject to frequent vibrations
or jolting. This could damage UPS circuits.
REAR
6”” (152mm)
2) Do not allow liquids or foreign objects to get
inside the UPS.
3) Allow at least 20”” (500 mm) on the front side
and 6" (152 mm) on the rear and sides of the
UPS unit for air ventilation and maintenance
access.
4) Do not install the UPS in a location that is
subject to high humidity. Also, do not install
the unit in areas that are exposed to direct
sunlight, or contaminated areas subject to
high levels of airborne dust, metal particles, or
flammable gasses.
LEFT
6”” (152mm)
RIGHT
6”” (152mm)
FRONT
20”” (500mm)
Fig 3.1
5) Verify the ventilation and air conditioning
system at the site is capable of removing the
heat generated by the UPS.
Ambient temperature range for operating the
UPS is 32 –– 104 °F (0 –– 40 °C); 77 °F
(25 °C) is the recommended operating
temperature for maximum battery life.
6) Avoid installation near sources of electrical
noise. Always make sure that the unit's
ground is intact to prevent electrical shock
and help prevent electrical noise.
7) This UPS generates and radiates radiofrequency energy during operation. Although
RFI noise filters are installed inside the unit
there is no guarantee that the UPS will not
influence some sensitive devices, which are
operating in near proximity. If such
interference occurs, the UPS should either be
installed farther away from the affected
equipment and/or powered from a different
source than the affected equipment.
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3.2
System Preparation (Pre-Power)
Before connecting the UPS to a power source; move the Circuit Breakers (ON/OFF), on the front
panel, to the OFF position and move the operation STOP/RUN key switch, on the front panel, to
the STOP position.
3.3
14
Operating Precautions
1)
The UPS should not be powered up until the entire User’’s Manual has been reviewed, and
understood.
2)
The input power source voltage must be within +10% to -15% of the rated input voltage to
initially start the UPS. The input frequency must be within the rated input frequency range.
Voltages and frequencies outside of the permissible range may cause internal protection
devices to activate.
3)
Ensure the three-phase input is connected in clockwise rotation (CW). The UPS internal
circuitry is designed to disable further operation if the input phasing is installed in counterclockwise rotation (CCW).
4)
The UPS should not be used with a load whose rated input is greater than the rated UPS
output.
5)
Do not use the UPS to provide power to motors that require high starting current or a long
starting time such as vacuum cleaners and machine tools.
6)
Do not insert metal objects or combustible materials in the unit's ventilation slots.
7)
Do not place, hang, or paste any objects on the top or on the exterior surfaces of the UPS.
8)
The capacitors of the UPS maintain a residual charge for a while after turning off the UPS.
The required discharge time for each UPS is provided via a cabinet label. Wait for at least
the minimum time indicated on the label and ensure that the front panel LED’’s have gone out
before removing the front panel of the UPS after the UPS power has been turned off.
9)
Do not attempt to disassemble, modify, or repair the UPS. Call TOSHIBA Service for repair
information.
10)
Turn the power on only after attaching ALL the covers and DO NOT remove any covers of
the UPS when the power is on.
11)
If the UPS should emit smoke or an unusual odor or sound, turn the power off immediately.
12)
The heat sink and other components may become extremely hot to the touch. Allow the unit
to cool before coming into contact with these items.
13)
Warning signs should be placed on or near the load to let people know that the load is being
powered by the UPS.
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14)
Additional warnings and notifications shall be posted at the equipment installation location as
deemed required by Qualified Personnel.
When the UPS is in the Inverter mode, turning the breaker to the OFF
position will cause the unit to go into the battery backup mode. The
UPS will continue to provide power to the load. The unit must be in Bypass mode and then
the breaker turned to the OFF position for the UPS to shut down power to the load.
CAUTION
CAUTION
Do not EPO (Emergency Power OFF) the UPS and then reset the
breaker until the UPS has been fully discharged. The UPS could be
damaged if the unit is not fully powered down before the breaker is
reset.
4.0 UPS Connections
4.1
Power Connections
4.1.1
Power Connections 15/25/30 kVA with Internal Batteries
The following illustrates the wiring connections from the power distribution panel (not part
of the UPS) to the terminal block of the 15/25/30 kVA UPS Models
CUSTOMER-PROVIDED AC DISTRIBUTION PANEL
TB1
INPUT GROUND RESISTANCE
LESS THAN 10 OHMS
Optional Bypass Input:
3-phase, 3-Wire
*208 V requires 3-phase,
4-Wire Wye
TB4
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4.1.2
Power Connections 15/25/30 kVA with Internal Transformer
The following illustrates the wiring connections from the power distribution panel (not part
of the UPS) to the terminal block of the 15/25/30 kVA UPS Models
CUSTOMER-PROVIDED AC DISTRIBUTION PANEL
TO BATTERY SYSTEM GND
TB1
INPUT GROUND RESISTANCE
LESS THAN 10 OHMS
Optional Bypass Input:
3-Phase, 3-Wire
*208 V requires 3-Phase,
4-Wire Wye
16
TB4
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4.1.3
Recommended Wire Size and Torque Requirements
UPS Input and Output Terminals
Minimum Wire Size and Torque Requirements
UPS Input and Output Terminals 15/25/30 kVA
(USE MINIMUM 75 °C INSULATED COPPER WIRING)
Phase: (A) (B) (C)
15 kVA
25 kVA
30 kVA
Input: (H1) (H2) (H3)
AWG
Torque
AWG
Torque
AWG
Torque
208 V
8
51 in-lbs.
4
51 in-lbs.
2
87 in-lbs.
220 V
8
51 in-lbs.
4
51 in-lbs.
2
87 in-lbs.
240 V
8
51 in-lbs.
4
51 in-lbs.
2
87 in-lbs.
380 V
10
35 in-lbs.
8
51 in-lbs.
6
51 in-lbs.
400 V
10
35 in-lbs.
8
51 in-lbs.
6
51 in-lbs.
415 V
10
35 in-lbs.
8
51 in-lbs.
6
51 in-lbs.
480 V
10
35 in-lbs.
8
51 in-lbs.
6
51 in-lbs.
600 V
10
35 in-lbs.
10
35 in-lbs.
10
35 in-lbs.
All wire sizes are per the NEC. Maximum Wire Size is 2 AWG.
15 kVA
25 kVA
30 kVA
AWG
Torque
AWG
Torque
AWG
Torque
AWG
AWG
AWG
Output:
(L1)(inch-lbs.)
(L1)(inch-lbs.)
(L1)(inch-lbs.)
(N)
(N)
(N)
(L1) (L2) (L3) (N) (L3)
(L1)-(L3) (N)
(L3)
(L1)-(L3) (N)
(L3)
(L1)-(L3) (N)
120/208 V
8
4
51
51
4
2
51
87
2
2
87
87
127/220 V
8
4
51
51
4
2
51
87
2
2
87
87
240 V
8
N/A
51
N/A
4
N/A
51
N/A
2
N/A
87
N/A
220/380 V
10
8
35
51
8
4
51
51
6
2
51
87
230/400 V
10
8
35
51
8
4
51
51
6
2
51
87
240/415 V
10
8
35
51
8
4
51
51
6
2
51
87
277/480 V
10
8
35
51
8
6
51
51
6
2
51
87
600 V
10
N/A
35
N/A
10
N/A
35
N/A
10
N/A
35
N/A
Neutral Conductors are rated @ 1.73 or 200% of phase conductors, per NEC. Maximum Wire Size is 2
AWG.
15 kVA
25 kVA
30 kVA
Input/ Output (GND)
Torque
AWG
Torque
AWG
AWG
Torque
(G)
10
35 in-lbs.
8
51 in-lbs.
6
51 in-lbs.
Maximum Wire Size is 2 AWG.
Minimum Wire Size and Torque Requirements
UPS Optional Separate Bypass Input ““TB4”” 15 / 25kVA
(USE MINIMUM 75 °C INSULATED COPPER WIRING)
Phase: (A) (B) (C)
15 kVA
25 kVA
30 kVA
Input: (H1) (H2) (H3)
AWG
Torque
AWG
Torque
AWG
Torque
208 V
8
51 in-lbs.
4
51 in-lbs.
2
87 in-lbs.
220 V
8
51 in-lbs.
4
51 in-lbs.
2
87 in-lbs.
240 V
8
51 in-lbs.
4
51 in-lbs.
2
87 in-lbs.
380 V
10
35 in-lbs.
8
51 in-lbs.
6
51 in-lbs.
400 V
10
35 in-lbs.
8
51 in-lbs.
6
51 in-lbs.
415 V
10
35 in-lbs.
8
51 in-lbs.
6
51 in-lbs.
480 V
10
35 in-lbs.
8
51 in-lbs.
6
51 in-lbs.
600 V
10
35 in-lbs.
10
35 in-lbs.
10
35 in-lbs.
Maximum Wire Size is 2 AWG.
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4.1.4 Power Connection Cable Routing and Conduit Placement 15/25/30 kVA
The following illustrates the proper cable routing that should be followed during the power
connection process of the 15/25/30 kVA.
CONDUIT MOUNTING PANEL
INPUT CONDUIT
OUTPUT CONDUIT
BATTERY CONDUIT
Note:
1) Input and Output conductors shall be installed in separate conduits, and installed in
accordance with the latest edition of NEC and the Local Authority having jurisdiction.
2) Battery conductors shall be installed in a separate conduit and be of low resistance type.
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4.2 Control Circuit and External Battery Interface Connections 15/25/30 kvA
The following illustrates the wiring connections of the Control Circuits, and Battery Interface
Circuits.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(13)
(14)
4.2.1
Low Battery
Battery Discharge
Fault
Not Used
Inverter Supply
Inverter Supply
P24A3
Remote Run
P24A3
Remote Stop
Bypass
COMMON
EPO
EPO
Battery Connection
(+) Positive
(-) Negative
(3) Battery Shunt Trip
(4) Battery Shunt Trip
(5) Battery Aux.
(6) Battery Aux.
Recommended Wire Size and Torque Requirements
UPS Control and Battery Interface 15/25/30 kVA
Minimum Wire Size and Torque Requirements
UPS Control and Battery Interface Circuits
USE MINIMUM 75 °C COPPER WIRING
15/25/30 kVA
TERMINAL
TIGHTENING
(TERMINAL #)
AWG
TORQUE
UPS CONTROL CIRCUITS
14-16
8 in-lbs.
(1-24)*
BATTERY CONTROL
14-16
8 in-lbs.
CIRCUITS (3-6)*
BATTERY
4
51 in-lbs.
(+/-)
*Indicates Class 1 wiring methods are to be used. Maximum Wire Size for Control Circuits is 12
AWG. Maximum for Battery is 2 AWG.
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4.3
Power Connections 50 kVA
The following illustrates the wiring connections from the power distribution panel (not
part of the UPS) to the terminal block of the 50 kVA UPS Model
TB1
Optional: Bypass Input: 3-phase, 3-wire
(H1) (H2) (H3) (N)
(L1) (L2)
(L3)
(N)
INPUT: 3-phase, 3-wire
208 V requires 3-phase,
4-wire
OUTPUT: 3-phase (4-wire)
(+)
(-)
(H3)
(N)
TB4
(H1)
(H2)
Optional: Bypass Input:
3-phase, 3-wire
208 V requires 3-phase,
4-wire
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4.3.1
(H1) (H2) (H3)
208 V
220 V
240 V
380 V
400 V
415 V
480 V
600 V
Recommended Wire Size and Torque Requirements For UPS Input and
Output Terminals
Minimum Wire Size and Torque Requirements
UPS Input and Output Terminals 50 kVA
(USE MINIMUM 75 °C INSULATED COPPER WIRING)
INPUT:
OUTPUT:
AWG
NEUTRAL
AWG
NEUTRAL
(L1)(L2)(L3)
AWG
AWG
1/0
250MCM
208/120 V
1/0
250MCM
1/0
4/0
220/127 V
1/0
4/0
1
N/A
240 V
1
N/A
4
1/0
380/220 V
4
1/0
4
1/0
400/230 V
4
1/0
4
1
415/240 V
4
1
6
2
480/277 V
6
2
6
N/A
600 V
6
N/A
Tightening
Torque
200 in-lbs.
200 in-lbs.
200 in-lbs.
200 in-lbs.
200 in-lbs.
200 in-lbs.
200 in-lbs.
200 in-lbs.
All wire sizes are per the NEC. Maximum Wire Size for Input and Output is 1/0 AWG.
Neutral Conductors are rated @ 1.73 or 200% of phase conductors, per NEC. Maximum Wire Size for Neutral
is 250MCM.
Input/ Output (GND)
208-240 VAC
380-480 VAC
600 VAC
AWG
6
6
8
50 kVA
Tightening Torque
200 in-lbs.
200 in-lbs.
200 in-lbs.
Battery (+) / (-)
(+) (-)
AWG
250MCM
50 kVA
Tightening Torque
200 in-lbs.
Maximum Wire Size for Battery is 250MCM.
Minimum Wire Size and Torque requirements
UPS Optional Bypass Input Terminals TB4 50 kVA
(USE MINIMUM 75 °C INSULATED COPPER WIRING)
Phase: (A) (B) (C)
50 kVA
Input: (H1) (H2) (H3)
AWG
NEUTRAL AWG
Tightening Torque
208/120 V
1/0
250MCM
200 in-lbs.
220 V
1/0
4/0
200 in-lbs.
240 V
1
N/A
200 in-lbs.
380 V
4
1/0
200 in-lbs.
1/0
400 V
4
200 in-lbs.
415 V
4
1
200 in-lbs.
480 V
6
2
200 in-lbs.
600 V
6
N/A
200 in-lbs.
Maximum Wire Size for Input is 1/0 AWG. Maximum Wire Size for Neutral is 250MCM.
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4.3.2
Power Connection Cable Routing and Conduit Placement 50 kVA
The following illustrates the proper cable routing that should be followed during the power
connection process for the 50kVA.
Removable cover for
conduit access
22
Bottom Conduit Entry
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4.4
Control Circuit and External Interface Connections 50 kVA
The following illustrates the wiring connections of the Control Circuits, and Battery Interface
Circuits for the 50kVA.
(15)
(16)
(17)
(18)
(19)
(20)
(21)
(22)
(23)
(24)
(25)
(26)
(27)
(28)
4.4.1
(3) Battery Shunt Trip
(4) Battery Shunt Trip
(5) Battery Aux.
(6) Battery Aux.
Low Battery
Battery Discharge
Fault
Not Used
Inverter Supply
Inverter Supply
P24A3
Remote Run
P24A3
Remote Stop
Bypass
COMMON
EPO
EPO
Recommended Wire Size and Torque Requirements
UPS Control and Battery Interface 50 kVA
Minimum Wire Size and Torque Requirements
UPS Control and Battery Interface Circuits
USE MINIMUM 75 °C COPPER WIRING
TERMINAL
(TERMINAL #)
50 kVA
AWG
TIGHTENING
TORQUE
UPS CONTROL CIRCUITS
14-16
8 in-lbs.
(1-24)*
BATTERY CONTROL
14-16
8 in-lbs.
CIRCUITS (3-6)*
*Indicates Class 1 wiring methods are to be used. Maximum Wire Size is 12 AWG.
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4.5
4.5.1
Communication Interface
Remote Contact
This interface is a standard feature and is available as dry switch contacts through a DB9
male connector located on the front of the UPS. The following schematic shows the
contact state and pin assignment for each signal and the associated DB9 connector pinout.
5 System Common
6 Bypass Active
DB9 Male Connector Outline
(facing connector)
1
2
3
4
5
7 Battery Voltage Low
8 UPS On-line
9
4
1
6
7
8
9
Battery Discharge
Fault Signal Detect
2
Notes:
1) Pin ““switches”” are shown in their inactive states. Example: (if battery voltage is low, pin 7 will be
connected to System Common).
2) Contacts are rated at 30 VDC, 0.1 amps; 125 VAC, 3 amps.
3) Pin number ““3”” is not used.
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4.5.2 RS-232C
The RS-232C serial communication interface is available through a DB9 female connector located
on the inside of the UPS. This interface allows control of the UPS from a computer network
running TOSHIBA RemotEyeII• software. The computer and the UPS are connected through a
serial RS-232C communication port. The available data from the UPS, via the RS-232C
communication link, is shown below:
Input Voltage
Input Frequency
Battery Voltage
Operating Conditions
UPS Operating Status
(Described as ““yes or ““no””)
Fault Details
(Described as ““occurred”” or ““not occurred””)
Output Voltage
Output Frequency
Output Current
Utility Power OK
Low Battery Voltage Detected
UPS in BYPASS Mode
UPS in NORMAL Mode
Input and Output Frequency Synchronized
UPS FAULT Occurred
DC Bus Over-Current
DC Bus Over-Voltage
DC Bus Under-Voltage
Input Over-Current
Overheat
Overload Being Timed
Overload (allowable time exceeded)
Output Over-Voltage (during Normal Mode)
Output Under-Voltage (during Normal Mode)
The connector pin assignment and female connector outline are illustrated below.
Pin
I/O
1
Symbol
Description
This pin is not used
2
Input
RXD
Receive Data
3
Output
TXD
Transmit Data
4
Output
DTR
Data Terminal Ready
5
-
SG
Signal Ground
6
Input
DSR
Data Set Ready
7
Output
RTS
Request To Send
8
Input
CTS
Clear To Send
9
DB9 Female connector outline
(facing connector)
5
4
9
3
8
2
7
1
6
This pin is not used
4.5.3
UPS Shutdown (via RS-232C)
When the UPS is operating from its internal batteries, a 'shutdown' order can be sent to the
UPS instructing it to turn OFF after a user-specified amount of time. This function can
allow you to stop discharging the UPS batteries after an orderly system shutdown has
been completed. The UPS can be programmed to turn OFF up to 8 minutes after the
'shutdown' command is given. This command can be cancelled before the specified time
has elapsed by following the directions listed on the RS-232C screen.
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5.0 Specifications
5.1
4200FA 15 / 25 kVA @ 208 VAC Input/ 208 VAC Output w/Internal Batteries
Model Number
Input
Battery
Output
Rated Output Capacity
External Dimensions
W x D x H (cm)
Rated Voltage
Voltage Variation
Rated Frequency
Input Cables required
Dual Input Option Cables required
* Power Factor
Required Input kVA
Walk-in Function
Inrush Current
Current Limit
* Harmonic Currents
DC Nominal (Voltage Range)
Float Charge (Regulation)
Ripple Voltage
**Rated Back-up Time
Rated Charge Current
Rated Voltage
Rated Current
Rated Power Factor
Output Cables Required
Voltage Regulation (phase-phase)
Voltage Adjustment Range
Phase Displacement
Rated Frequency
Frequency Regulation
Frequency Synchronous
Frequency Slew Rate
Voltage Transients
(Recovery time: 50 ms)
Inverter Overload Capacity
Bypass Overload Capacity
Crest Factor
Neutral Line Conductor
Harmonic Voltage Distortion
Inrush Current protection
Environment
Efficiency (Typical)
Heat loss to be removed
Audible Noise
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
Altitude ***
C42F3F150XAMBN
C42F3F250XAMBN
C42F3F150##MBN
C42F3F250##MBN
15 kVA
25 kVA
20.0”” x 36.3”” x 59.7””
(50.8 cm x 92.2 cm x 151.6 cm)
208 VAC
+10% to -30%; (-15% to -30%)
50 / 60 Hz
3 phase ; 4 Wire + GND
3 phase ; 4 Wire + GND
Greater than 0.98 when in inverter mode
15 kVA
24 kVA
From 20% to 100% over 5 seconds
Less than 8 times the rated current under synchronous operation
115% maximum
Less than 8.5%
Less than 5.5%
288 VDC (216 to 332 VDC)
324.0 VDC (r 2%)
0.5 V R.M.S.
7 min at full load
5 min at full load
4.0 Amps
208 / 120 VAC
42.0 Amps
69.5 Amps
0.8 lagging
3 phase ; 4 Wire + GND
r 2% (0-100% balanced load); r 3% (0-100% unbalanced load)
r 5V Manually from the key pad
r 2q (0––100% balanced load); r 4q (unbalanced load)
50 / 60 Hz
r 0.1% in free running mode
r 0.5/1.0/1.5 Hz (r 1.0 Hz. std.)
switch selectable by qualified technician
1 Hz/s to 3Hz/s (in 0.5 Hz steps)
r 5% (100% load step change);
r 3% (loss or return of input voltage);
r 8% (transfer of bypass to inverter)
125% 90 sec; 150% 30 sec
1000% 10 ms; 125% 10 min.
2.5––3.0 within the kW range
1.73 (200%) times line rating
1.5% max (linear load)
Automatic Transfer to bypass, then retransfer to inverter
AC/DC/AC: 82%; DC/AC: 86%
AC/DC/AC: 85%; DC/AC: 87%
8,428 BTU/hr (2,124 kcal/hr)
11,489 BTU/hr (2,895 kcal/hr)
60dB (A) at 1 meter from the front of the unit
32 ––104 qF (0 –– 40 qC); optimal temperature is 77 qF (25 qC)
30––90% RH (non condensing)
Less than 2000 meters
Items marked with an (*) are specified at rated conditions under balanced linear loads.
(**) Battery backup time may vary depending on the operating conditions and ambient temperature at the installation site, and an initial
charge time of 24 hrs is necessary to obtain proper battery performance level before the unit is placed in operation.
(***) At 6600-ft (2000 m) above sea level, output capacity should be derated by 3% (Consult Factory for higher elevations).
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5.2
4200FA 15/25 kVA w/Internal Transformer
Model Number
Inverter Overload Capacity
Bypass Overload Capacity
Crest Factor
Neutral Line Conductor
Harmonic Voltage Distortion
C42#3*150#AMXN
C42#3*250#AMXN
# =(B: 208; H: 220; C: 240; N: 380––415; D: 480; M: 600) VAC
*=(F: 208; H: 220 wye; J: 240; P: 380––415 wye; K: 480 wye: M:600)
15 kVA
25 kVA
20.0”” x 36.3”” x 59.7””
(50.8 cm x 92.2 cm x 151.6 cm)
208; 220; 240; 380; 400; 415; 480; 600 VAC
(Determined by Input Transformer internal to the unit)
+10% to -30%; (-15% to -30%)
50/60 Hz
3 phase ; 3 Wire + GND
3 phase ; 4 Wire + GND
Greater than 0.98 when in inverter mode
16 kVA
26 kVA
From 20% to 100% over 5 seconds
Less than 8 times the rated current under synchronous operation
115% maximum
Less than 8.5%
Less than 5.5%
288 VDC (216 –– 332 VDC)
324.0 VDC (r 2%)
0.5 V R.M.S.
Refer to Battery System Manual
10.0 Amps
(Determined by Output Transformer internal to the unit)
VA / Nominal Output Voltage / 1.73
0.8 lagging
3 phase ; 4 Wire + GND
r 5% (0––100% balanced load); r 6% (0-100% unbalanced load)
r 5V Manually from key pad
r 2q (0––100% balanced load); r 4q (unbalanced load)
50 / 60 Hz
r 0.1% in free running mode
r 0.5/1.0/1.5 Hz (r 1.0 Hz. std.)
switch selectable by qualified technician
1 Hz/s to 3Hz/s (in 0.5 Hz steps)
r 5% (100% load step change);
r 3% (loss or return of input voltage);
r 8% (transfer of bypass to inverter)
125% 90 sec; 150% 30 sec
1000% 10ms; 125% 10 min.
2.5––3.0 within the kW range
1.73 (200%) times line rating
1.5% max (linear load)
Inrush Current protection
Automatic Transfer to bypass, then retransfer to inverter
Efficiency (Typical)
Heat loss to be removed
Audible Noise
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
Altitude ***
AC/DC/AC: 75%; DC/AC: 82%
AC/DC/AC: 77%; DC/AC: 83%
12,662 BTU/hr (3,190 kcal/hr)
19,041 BTU/hr (4,797 kcal/hr)
60dB (A) at 1 meter from the front of the unit
32 –– 104 qF (0 –– 40 qC); optimal temperature is 77 qF (25 qC)
30–– 90% RH (non condensing)
Less than 2000 meters
Input
Output
Rated Output Capacity
External Dimensions
W x D x H (cm)
Input
Battery
Output
Rated Voltage
Voltage Variation
Rated Frequency
Input Cables Required
Dual Input Option Cables required
* Power Factor
Required Input kVA
Walk-in Function
Inrush Current
Current Limit
* Harmonic Currents
DC Nominal (Voltage Range)
Float Charge (Regulation)
Ripple Voltage
**Rated Back-up Time
Rated Charge Current
Rated Voltage
Rated Current
Rated Power Factor
Output Cables Required
Voltage Regulation (phase-phase)
Voltage Adjustment Range
Phase Displacement
Rated Frequency
Frequency Regulation
Frequency Synchronous
Frequency Slew Rate
Voltage Transients
(Recovery time: 50 ms)
Environment
Items marked with an (*) are specified at rated conditions under balanced linear loads.
(**) Battery backup time may vary depending on the operating conditions and ambient temperature at the installation site, and an initial
charge time of 24 hrs is necessary to obtain proper battery performance level before the unit is placed in operation.
(***) At 6600-ft (2000 m) above sea level, output capacity should be derated by 3% (Consult Factory for higher elevations).
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5.3
4200FA 30 kVA @ 208 VAC Input/ 208 VAC Output w/Internal Batteries
Model Number
Input
Battery
Output
Rated Output Capacity
External Dimensions
W x D x H (cm)
Rated Voltage
Voltage Variation
Rated Frequency
Input Cables required
Dual Input Option Cables required
* Power Factor
Required Input kVA
Walk-in Function
Inrush Current
Current Limit
* Harmonic Currents
DC Nominal (Voltage Range)
Float Charge (Regulation)
Ripple Voltage
**Rated Back-up Time
Rated Charge Current
Rated Voltage
Rated Current
Rated Power Factor
Output Cables Required
Voltage Regulation (phase-phase)
Voltage Adjustment Range
Phase Displacement
Rated Frequency
Frequency Regulation
Frequency Synchronous
Frequency Slew Rate
Voltage Transients
(Recovery time: 50 ms)
Inverter Overload Capacity
Bypass Overload Capacity
Crest Factor
Neutral Line Conductor
Harmonic Voltage Distortion
Inrush Current protection
Environment
Efficiency (Typical)
Heat loss to be removed
Audible Noise
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
Altitude ***
T42F3F300XAMBN
T42F3F300##MBN
30 kVA
20.0”” x 36.3”” x 59.7””
(50.8 cm x 92.2 cm x 151.6 cm)
208 VAC
+10% to -30%; (-15% to -30%)
50 / 60 Hz
3 phase ; 4 Wire + GND
3 phase ; 4 Wire + GND
Greater than 0.98 when in inverter mode
28.0 kVA
From 20% to 100% over 5 seconds
Less than 8 times the rated current under synchronous operation
115% maximum
Less than 3% THD
288 VDC (216 to 332 VDC)
324.0 VDC (r 2%)
0.5 V R.M.S.
4 min at full load
4.0 Amps
208 / 120 VAC
83.4 Amps
0.8 lagging
3 phase ; 4 Wire + GND
r 2% (0––100% balanced load);
r 3% (0––100% unbalanced load)
r 5V Manually from the key pad
r 2q (0––100% balanced load);
r 4q (unbalanced load)
50 / 60 Hz
r 0.1% in free running mode
r 0.5/1.0/1.5 Hz (r 1.0 Hz. std.)
switch selectable by qualified technician
1 Hz/s to 3Hz/s (in 0.5 Hz steps)
r 5% (100% load step change);
r 3% (loss or return of input voltage);
r 8% (transfer of bypass to inverter)
125% 90 sec; 150% 30 sec
1000% 10 ms; 125% 10 min.
2.5––3.0 within the kW range
1.73 (200%) times line rating
1.5% max (linear load)
Automatic Transfer to bypass, then retransfer to inverter
AC/DC/AC: 85%; DC/AC: 87%
13,234 BTU/hr (3,334 kcal/hr)
60dB (A) at 1 meter from the front of the unit
32––104 qF (0 –– 40 qC); optimal temperature is 77 qF (25 qC)
30––90% RH (non condensing)
Less than 6600 ft (2000 m)
Items marked with an (*) are specified at rated conditions under balanced linear loads.
(**) Battery backup time may vary depending on the operating conditions and ambient temperature at the installation site, and an initial
charge time of 24 hrs is necessary to obtain proper battery performance level before the unit is placed in operation.
(***) At 6600-ft (2000 m) above sea level, output capacity should be derated by 3% (Consult Factory for higher elevations).
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5.4
4200FA 30 kVA w/Internal Transformer
Model Number
Input
Output
Rated Output Capacity
External Dimensions
W x D x H (cm)
Input
Battery
Output
Rated Voltage
Voltage Variation
Rated Frequency
Input Cables Required
Dual Input Option Cables required
* Power Factor
Required Input kVA
Walk-in Function
Inrush Current
Current Limit
* Harmonic Currents
DC Nominal (Voltage Range)
Float Charge (Regulation)
Ripple Voltage
**Rated Back-up Time
Rated Charge Current
Rated Voltage
Rated Current
Rated Power Factor
Output Cables Required
Voltage Regulation (phase-phase)
Voltage Adjustment Range
Phase Displacement
Rated Frequency
Frequency Regulation
Frequency Synchronous
Frequency Slew Rate
Voltage Transients
(Recovery time: 50 ms)
Inverter Overload Capacity
Bypass Overload Capacity
Crest Factor
Neutral Line Conductor
Harmonic Voltage Distortion
Inrush Current protection
Environment
Efficiency (Typical)
Heat loss to be removed
Audible Noise
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
Altitude ***
T42#3*300#AMXN
# =(B: 208; H: 220; C: 240; N: 380––415; D: 480; M: 600) VAC
*=(F: 208; H: 220 wye; J: 240; P: 380––415 wye; K: 480 wye: M:600)
30 kVA
20.0”” x 36.3”” x 59.7””
(50.8 cm x 92.2 cm x 151.6 cm)
208; 220; 240; 380; 400; 415; 480; 600 VAC
(Determined by Input Transformer internal to the unit)
+10% to -30%; (-15% to -30%)
50/60 Hz
3 phase ; 3 Wire + GND
3 phase ; 4 Wire + GND
Greater than 0.98 when in inverter mode
30.5 kVA
From 20% to 100% over 5 seconds
Less than 8 times the rated current under synchronous operation
115% maximum
Less than 3% THD
288 VDC (216 to 332 VDC)
324.0 VDC (r 2%)
0.5 V R.M.S.
Refer to Battery System Manual
10.0 Amps
(Determined by Output Transformer internal to the unit)
VA / Nominal Output Voltage / 1.73
0.8 lagging
3 phase ; 4 Wire + GND
r 5% (0-100% balanced load);
r 6% (0-100% unbalanced load)
r 5V Manually from key pad
r 2q (0––100% balanced load);
r 4q (unbalanced load)
50 / 60 Hz
r 0.1% in free running mode
r 0.5/1.0/1.5 Hz (r 1.0 Hz. std.)
switch selectable by qualified technician
1 Hz/s to 3Hz/s (in 0.5 Hz steps)
r 5% (100% load step change);
r 3% (loss or return of input voltage);
r 8% (transfer of bypass to inverter)
125% 90 sec; 150% 30 sec
1000% 10ms; 125% 10 min.
2.5––3.0 within the kW range
1.73 (200%) times line rating
1.5% max (linear load)
Automatic Transfer to bypass, then retransfer to inverter
AC/DC/AC: 77%; DC/AC: 83%
23,216 BTU/hr (5,849 kcal/hr)
60dB (A) at 1 meter from the front of the unit
32q––104q F (0q––40q C); optimal temperature is 77q F (25q C)
30––90% RH (non condensing)
Less than 2000 meters
Items marked with an (*) are specified at rated conditions under balanced linear loads.
(**) Battery backup time may vary depending on the operating conditions and ambient temperature at the installation site, and an initial
charge time of 24 hrs is necessary to obtain proper battery performance level before the unit is placed in operation.
(***) At 6600-ft (2000 m) above sea level, output capacity should be derated by 3% (Consult Factory for higher elevations).
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5.5
4200FA 50kVA @ 208 VAC Input/ 208 VAC Output w/Internal Batteries
Model Number
Rated Output Capacity
External Dimensions
W x D x H (cm)
Rated Voltage
Voltage Variation
Rated Frequency
Input Cables Required
Dual Input Option Cables required
* Power Factor
Required Input kVA
Walk-in Function
Inrush Current
Current Limit
* Harmonic Currents
DC Nominal (Voltage Range)
Float Charge (Regulation)
Ripple Voltage
**Rated Back-up Time
Rated Charge Current
Rated Voltage
Rated Current
Rated Power Factor
Output Cables Required
Input
Battery
Output
Voltage Regulation (phase-phase)
Voltage Adjustment Range
Phase Displacement
Rated Frequency
Frequency Regulation
Frequency Synchronous
Frequency Slew Rate
Voltage Transients
(Recovery time: 50 ms)
Inverter Overload Capacity
Bypass Overload Capacity
Crest Factor
Neutral Line Conductor
Harmonic Voltage Distortion
Inrush Current protection
Environment
Efficiency (Typical)
Heat loss to be removed
Audible Noise
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
Altitude ***
T42F3F500XAMBN
T42F3F500##MBN
50 kVA
35.5”” X 38.3”” X 59.3””
(90.1 cm x 97.2 cm x 150.6 cm)
208 VAC
+10% to -30%; (-15% to -30%) ****
50 / 60 Hz
3 phase ; 4 Wire + GND
3 phase ; 4 Wire + GND
Greater than 0.98 when in inverter mode
46 kVA
From 20% to 100% over 5 seconds
Less than 8 times the rated current under synchronous operation
115% maximum
Less than 3% THD
288 VDC (216 to 332 VDC)
324.0 VDC (r 2%)
0.5 V R.M.S.
5 min. at full load
11.5 Amps
208 / 120 VAC
138.9 Amps
0.8 lagging
3 phase ; 4 Wire + GND
r 2% (0––100% balanced load);
r 3% (0––100% unbalanced load)
r 5V Manually from key pad
r 2q (0––100% balanced load);
r 4q (unbalanced load)
50 / 60 Hz
r 0.1% in free running mode
r 0.5/1.0/1.5 Hz (r 1.0 Hz. std.)
switch selectable by qualified technician
1 Hz/s to 3Hz/s(in 0.5 Hz steps)
r 5% (100% load step change);
r 3% (loss or return of input voltage);
r 8% (transfer of bypass to inverter)
125% 90 sec; 150% 30 sec
1000% 10 ms; 125% 10 min.
2.5––3.0 within the kW range
1.73 (200%) times line rating
1.5% max (linear load)
Automatic Transfer to bypass, then retransfer to inverter
AC/DC/AC: 88%; DC/AC: 89%
17,611 BTU/hr (4,437 kcal/hr)
~65dB @ 1 meter from the front of the unit
32 –– 104 qF (0 –– 40 qC); optimal temperature is 77 qF (25 qC)
30––90% RH (non condensing)
Less than 2000 meters
Items marked with an (*) are specified at rated conditions under balanced linear loads.
(**) Battery backup time may vary depending on the operating conditions and ambient temperature at the installation site, and an initial
charge time of 24 hrs is necessary to obtain proper battery performance level before the unit is placed in operation.
(***) At 6600-ft (2000 m) above sea level, output capacity should be derated by 3% (Consult Factory for higher elevations).
(****) Prolonged operation at this level requires some derating of the output capacity.
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5.6
4200FA 50kVA w/Internal Transformer
Model Number
Input
Output
Input
Battery
Rated Output Capacity
External Dimensions
W x D x H (cm)
Rated Voltage
Voltage Variation
Rated Frequency
Input Cables Required
Dual Input Option Cables required
* Power Factor
Required Input kVA
Walk-in Function
Inrush Current
Current Limit
* Harmonic Currents
DC Nominal (Voltage Range)
Float Charge (Regulation)
Ripple Voltage
**Rated Back-up Time
Rated Charge Current
Rated Voltage
Rated Current
Rated Power Factor
Output Cables Required
Voltage Regulation (phase-phase)
Voltage Adjustment Range
Phase Displacement
Rated Frequency
Frequency Regulation
Output
Frequency Synchronous
Frequency Slew Rate
Voltage Transients
(Recovery time: 50 ms)
Inverter Overload Capacity
Bypass Overload Capacity
Crest Factor
Neutral Line Conductor
Harmonic Voltage Distortion
Inrush Current protection
Environment
Efficiency (Typical)
Heat loss to be removed
Audible Noise
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
Altitude ***
T42#3*500#AMXN
# =(B: 208; H: 220; C: 240; N: 380––415; D: 480; M: 600) VAC
*=(F: 208; H: 220 wye; J: 240; P: 380––415 wye; K: 480 wye; M:600)
50 kVA
35.5”” X 38.3”” X 59.3””
(90.1 cm x 97.2 cm x 150.6 cm)
208 VAC
+10% to -30%; (-15% to -30%) ****
50 / 60 Hz
3 phase ; 3 Wire + GND
3 phase ; 4 Wire + GND
Greater than 0.98 when in inverter mode
50 kVA
From 20% to 100% over 5 seconds
Less than 8 times the rated current under synchronous operation
115% maximum
Less than 3% THD
288 VDC (216 to 332 VDC)
324.0 VDC (r 2%)
0.5 V R.M.S.
Refer to Battery System Manual
11.5 Amps
(Determined by Output Transformer internal to the unit)
VA / Nominal Output Voltage / 1.73
0.8 lagging
3 phase ; 4 Wire + GND
r 2% (0––100% balanced load);
r 3% (0––100% unbalanced load)
r 5V Manually from key pad
r 2q (0––100% balanced load);
r 4q (unbalanced load)
50 / 60 Hz
r 0.1% in free running mode
r 0.5/1.0/1.5 Hz (r 1.0 Hz. std.)
switch selectable by qualified technician
1 Hz/s to 3Hz/s(in 0.5 Hz steps)
r 5% (100% load step change);
r 3% (loss or return of input voltage);
r 8% (transfer of bypass to inverter)
125% 90 sec; 150% 30 sec
1000% 10 ms; 125% 10 min.
2.5––3.0 within the kW range
1.73 (200%) times line rating
1.5% max (linear load)
Automatic Transfer to bypass, then retransfer to inverter
AC/DC/AC: 81%; DC/AC: 85%
30,874 BTU/hr (7,778 kcal/hr)
~65dB @ 1 meter from the front of the unit
32 –– 104 qF (0 –– 40 qC); optimal temperature is 77 qF (25 qC)
30––90% RH (non condensing)
Less than 2000 meters
Items marked with an (*) are specified at rated conditions under balanced linear loads.
(**) Battery backup time may vary depending on the operating conditions and ambient temperature at the installation site, and an initial
charge time of 24 hrs is necessary to obtain proper battery performance level before the unit is placed in operation.
(***) At 6600-ft (2000 m) above sea level, output capacity should be derated by 3% (Consult Factory for higher elevations).
(****) Prolonged operation at this level requires some derating of the output capacity.
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6.0 Operating the UPS
6.1
AC Input Mode (Normal Operation)
The following illustration shows circuit power flow when the UPS is operating normally in the AC Input
Mode. The converter of the UPS, including a boost chopper circuit, converts the AC input power into
DC power. The boost chopper circuit maintains a constant voltage and provides current limiting for
charging the batteries. It also supplies a DC voltage of the proper level to the inverter section. The
inverter section generates a high quality sine wave output voltage. The batteries are maintained in a
constantly charged state when the UPS is in the ““Normal Operation Mode.””
MBS
Power Flow
Bypass
MCCB
Input
Power
Isolating
XFMR
Converter
Inverter
Charger/
Chopper
External
Batteries
Power flow in AC Input Mode
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Power
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6.2
Bypass Mode
If the UPS unit is severely overloaded or develops an internal fault, power flow is automatically
switched from the main circuit to the Bypass circuit. Power flow through the bypass is shown in the
following illustration. This changeover occurs automatically in less than 4 milliseconds in phase
(Make-Before-Break). If the power flow is transferred to the Bypass circuit because of an overload
and that overload condition ends within a specified period of time, then the power flow will "retransfer" to the AC Input Mode (Normal Operation) automatically. If the power flow is transferred to
the Bypass circuit due to a fault condition, then the power flow must be transferred manually
from the UPS's Bypass circuit back to the Inverter circuit after repairing the fault (see "Start-up
Procedure"). If the power flow is transferred to the Bypass circuit due to an overload condition,
then the power flow will automatically transfer from the UPS's Bypass circuit back to the
Inverter circuit after removing the overload (see "Overload Operation").
MBS
Power Flow
Bypass
MCCB
Isolating
XFMR
Input
Power
Converter
Inverter
Output
Power
Charger/
Chopper
External
Batteries
Power flow in Bypass mode
6.3
Bypass Mode for Optional Alternate Input Models
MBS
Power Flow
Bypass
Bypass
Power
Input
Power
MCCB
Isolating
XFMR
Converter
Inverter
Output
Power
Charger/
Chopper
External
Batteries
Power flow in Bypass mode for the Alternate Input Models
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6.4
Battery Backup Mode
The following illustration shows power flow during the battery backup mode. When
commercial AC power failures occur, the batteries instantly begin supplying DC voltage to
the main inverter circuit. This circuit inverts (hence; Inverter) the DC power into AC power.
The AC power is available at the output. This back-up process will continue until the
battery voltage drops below a specific minimum level. When this occurs, the batteries will
stop supplying power to the load. This minimum level is the rated minimum voltage (V min).
MBS
Bypass
MCCB
Isolating
XFMR
Converter
Inverter
Output
Power
Charger/
Chopper
External
Batteries
Power flow in battery backup mode
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6.5
Battery Backup Time and Discharge Process
The UPS system, when used in conjunction with a TOSHIBA designed Battery System, is
designed to provide several minutes of back-up time (Refer to the Battery System Manual
for back-up times). These times are valid when the unit is operating under full load. When
these models are operating at half load, the batteries can provide approximately 2 times
the specified value. The exact length of these times will depend on the UPS model used,
condition of the batteries, amount and type of load, temperature and other variables.
CAUTION
Contact TOSHIBA when using other than TOSHIBA designed Battery Systems
to determine proper compliance. Using other systems could void Warranty and
or Safety Certifications.
The following illustration graphically shows the battery discharge process at full load
conditions.
6.6
Battery Low Voltage Tolerances
Excessive discharge will cause the UPS battery voltage to drop bellow tolerable levels. The
chart shown below lists the voltage level at which each UPS unit's low-voltage alarm will
sound, and also at what level the low-voltage condition will cause the unit to automatically
shut down.
Models
Nominal Voltage
Alarm Voltage
Shutdown Voltage min.
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288 VDC
252 VDC
216 VDC
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6.7
Battery Recharging
The illustration below shows a graphical representation of the UPS battery recharge
process after a full discharge.
The recharge process usually consists of three steps. During the first step, the charging
current is maintained at approximately 4.0 amperes for the 15/25/30 kVA with internal
batteries, 10.0 amperes for the 15/25/30 kVA with internal transformer and approximately
11.5 amperes for all 50 kVA models. This current is the maximum value that can be used
to charge the batteries (for minimal recharge time) while assuring safety and long battery
life. In the second step, constant-voltage control starts and current gradually decreases as
the batteries charge to their normal fully charged state. In the third step, a slight "trickle"
current continues to flow into the batteries to keep them fully charged and "floating" at the
normal DC Voltage level. A full recharge usually requires approximately 24-72 hours (90%
recharge in 10 X discharge time) after a complete discharge.
The following chart shows the rated maximum and minimum battery voltages, and the
charge current for each of the sizes while the unit is maintained in a 75 °F (24 qC) ambient.
Model
V float
V min
I charge
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Rated Battery Voltages
15/25/30 kVA
50kVA
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Transformer
Transformer
Battery
Battery
324.0 VDC
324 VDC
324 VDC
216 VDC
216 VDC
216 VDC
4.0 A
10.0 A
11.5 Amps
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6.8
Front Panel Layout (All Units)
Refer to the following illustration for the entire UPS front panel operating procedures.
4-line
4-lineliquid
liquid
crystal
crystaldisplay
display
screen
screen(see
(see
Section
Section 6.12)
6.9)
Emergency
Emergency
Power
powerOff
offswitch
switch
(see
(seeSection
Section6.9)
6.6)
line-1
line-2
line-3
line-4
MONI BATT
IN
OUT
STOP/RUN
STOP/RUNkey
key
switch
switch
UPS
F1
STOP
BATT
TEST
RUN
EPO
BUZZ MENU ENTER
STOP
AC IN
INV
BYP
BATT
FAULT
RESET
4200 Series
ON-LINE
UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SYSTEM
Green light emitting
Green light emitting
diodes (LED)
diodes (LED)
(see Section 6.11)
(see Section 6.8)
6.9
Red
Redlight
lightemitting
emitting
diode
diode(LED)
(LED)
(see
(seeSection
Section6.11.1)
6.8)
12-key
12-keyData
Dataentry
entry
keypad
keypad(see
(see
Section
Section6.17)
6.14)
EPO (Emergency Power Off) Function
These units are equipped with terminals for receiving an EPO (Emergency Power Off)
"closed contact" switch command from two locations: (1) a remote location and (2) from a
front panel mounted EPO switch. This safety feature enables quick shutdown of the UPS
AC output and battery circuits. Usually the EPO switch is installed in a central location that
is easily accessible to personnel concerned with the operation of the UPS and the
equipment connected to it. The EPO function is initiated by pressing the switch to the
closed "shutdown" position. The effect of using the EPO switch is the same whether the
UPS is in the AC Input Mode, Battery Backup Mode, or the Bypass Mode. See
'EMERGENCY OFF' screen. The following figure shows the UPS condition after
application of the EPO switch. Use the Start-up Procedure for restarting the unit.
MBS
Power Flow
Bypass
TRIPPED
MCCB
Input
Power
Isolating
XFMR
OFF
OFF
Converter
Inverter
Output
Power
OFF
Charger/
Chopper
External
Batteries
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6.10
Audible Alarm Functions
Audible alarms will sound when the UPS is in the Battery Backup Mode, has a fault, is at
the low battery voltage, or is in an overload condition. The following chart shows the
audible alarm pattern duration for each condition. Time intervals are shown in seconds.
The audible alarm can be silenced, by pressing ““BUZZ STOP”” on the keypad.
Condition
Audible pattern
UPS in Battery Backup Mode
(Battery Voltage 100-92%)
7S
1S
UPS Low Battery
(Battery Voltage < 92%)
1S
1S
Overload
.5 S .5 S
Fault
6.11
.5 S
.5 S
LED (Light Emitting Diode) Functions
The following list describes the conditions necessary for each LED lamp to be "on."
On when the UPS has normal AC input power that is within tolerance. If there is an input
power failure this LED is off. If there is no power failure and the input voltage is in an overvoltage condition, the AC IN LED will flicker on and off rapidly (0.4 sec on and 0.4 sec off). If
there is no power failure and the input voltage is in an under-voltage condition the AC IN
LED will be off.
On when the UPS inverter is operating.
On when the UPS is in the static bypass mode.
On when the UPS is in the battery-discharge mode. If the battery is low during a battery
discharge, the BATT lamp will flicker on and off slowly (1.2 second on and 1.2 second off).
The BATT LED will go off if the battery voltage reaches the shutdown level during the
battery-discharge mode.
On when the UPS is experiencing a fault.
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6.11.1 LED (Light Emitting Diode) System Status
The following chart shows the UPS system status that can be determined by decoding the
"on" and "off" condition of the LED lamps. It should be used in conjunction with the LCD
display and the audible alarms for total system monitoring.
LED
ON/OFF STATUS
Normal UPS Operation
(UPS On-Line, no abnormal conditions)
AC IN
INV
BYP
BATT
FAULT
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
Bypass Operation; UPS Fault
AC IN
INV
BYP
BATT
FAULT
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
Battery Back-up; (Battery Voltage Low)
AC IN
INV
BYP
BATT
FAULT
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LED
ON/OFF STATUS
Output Shutdown
(After EPO received (Emergency Power Off ))
AC IN
INV
BYP
BATT
FAULT
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Fatal Communication Error
(Display to Control Interface)
AC IN
INV
BYP
BATT
FAULT
ALL ON OR FLICKERING
RAPIDLY
OFF
ON
OFF
ON (Blinking)
OFF
LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) Functions
The LCD screen is a 4-line by 20-character wide display. The LCD display contains
information about the operation of the UPS. It should be used in conjunction with the LED
display and the audible alarms for total system monitoring. The LCD displays certain
information only on specific lines of the display. The UPS operating mode and conditions
determines the information shown. These messages are shown in the following line
message charts.
6.12.1 Line-1 System Messages
Line-1 messages are based on the operating mode. The following chart shows all
allowable Line-1 messages, which occur while starting up and while in main monitor
(MONI) screen mode.
LINE-1 MESSAGES
Display Message
Translation
Displayed when UPS is in the start-up condition
- UPS START UP or display board is resetting.
Displayed when the UPS is in Bypass
- BYPASS OPERATION Operation.
Displayed when the inverter is running, and no
- UPS ON-LINE abnormality exists.
Displayed during abnormal Utility occurrences;
inverter is supplying power from batteries. (UPS
- BATTERY DISCHARGE shuts down after V (min.) is reached.
Displayed during power failure if V (min.) is
reached, an EPO is received, or after
- OUTPUT SHUTDOWN completion of Shutdown Sequence of the
Inverter and Bypass is not available.
Displayed during input power failure.
- BATTERY BACKUP -
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6.12.2 Line-2 System Fault Messages
Line-2 fault messages are automatically displayed when a system fault is detected.
LINE-2 MESSAGES
Display Message
Translation
DCOC
DC Over-current
DCUB
DC Unbalanced
DCOV
DC Over-voltage
OH
Overheat (internal)
OL
Output Overload
VOUV
Inverter Under-voltage
VOOV
Inverter Over-voltage
6.12.3 Line-3 System Messages
Line––3 messages show load current information, and user selected instructions.
6.12.4 Line-4 System Messages
Line-4 messages reflect the UPS operating conditions. Warning messages will be
displayed when an abnormal operating condition occurs. The following chart shows the
allowable Line-4 messages.
LINE-4 MESAGES
Displayed Message
PHEI
I/O NOT SYNCHRONIZE
* AUTOTRANSFER *
* LOW BATTERY *
* UPS OL: REDUCE LOAD *
* DCOC *
* DCOV *
* DCUB *
* OL *
* FUSE *
* INOV *
* INUV *
* BATT. OH *OR MCCB-B OPEN
* MM/DD/YY (DAY) HH:MM *
* TRANSFER INHIBITED *
* ENTER FOR DETAILS *
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Translation
Displayed when Input Phase rotation has been wired
in a counter-clockwise rotation.
Displayed when input and output frequencies are not
synchronized. (Abnormal)
Displayed when Auto-transfer to Bypass is active (i.e.
current limit reached). (Abnormal)
Displayed when battery voltage is low (abnormal) or
the UPS batteries have failed self-diagnostic test.
(Abnormal)
Displayed when UPS has tripped due to an overload
condition. (Abnormal)
Displayed when the UPS has an internal failure.
(Abnormal)
Displayed when the UPS has an internal DC bus
over-voltage. (Abnormal)
Displayed when the UPS has an internal DC bus
unbalance referenced to Neutral. (Abnormal)
Displayed when UPS has tripped due to an overload
condition. (Abnormal)
Displayed when an internal transistor fuse opens.
Displayed when inverter output over-voltage has
occurred. (Abnormal)
Displayed when inverter output under-voltage has
occurred. (Abnormal)
Displayed when the optional battery over-temp
sensor has activated, or if the external battery
disconnect is open. (Verify TB3-5, 6)
Displayed when none of the above abnormal
conditions are present. (Normal)
Displayed when key switch position is changed and
frequency is not synchronized. (Abnormal)
Displayed when a Fault or Faults have occurred.
(Abnormal)
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Note:
1) Line-4 will be blank when the BATT key is pressed during Battery Backup Mode
with normal battery voltage.
2) The # symbol signifies numerical values or other information supplied by the UPS.
6.13
Initial Battery Charge
The UPS Battery System must be charged before it is used for the first time or when the
unit has not been used (AC power source removed) for more than 10 days. Use the
following procedure to recharge the UPS Battery System:
1) Switch on power at the UPS input distribution panel, and battery disconnects.
2) Move the UPS MCCB (Circuit Breaker 1) power switch on the inner front panel to
"on." The UPS battery charging circuit is now activated. The AC IN lamp will be
"on." The LCD screen should display the following message:
- UPS START UP > PLEASE WAIT
3) With the key switch in the STOP position, the AC IN and the BYP lamp will be "on"
and the LCD screen should display the following message:
- BYPASS OPERATION OUTPUT VOLTAGE=208 V
>CURRENT 100/100/100%
(DATE) DAY (TIME)
4) Turn the Key Switch to ““RUN”” and the UPS automatically performs a controlled
system battery test. (Note: The Automatic Battery Test is performed only when the
software is enabled for this function. The standard default is set to disable.)
(Allow 24-72 hours for the batteries to fully charge).
When automatic battery test fails and the ““LOW BATTERY”” message is displayed use the
following procedure:
1) Turn the key switch to STOP.
2) Allow 24-72 hours for the batteries to charge and then move the Circuit Breaker to
"off."
3) Repeat Initial Battery Charge procedure. (A failure indicates battery replacement
may be necessary).
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6.14
Start-up Procedure
The UPS batteries must be charged before the UPS is used for the first time or if the unit
has not been used (AC power source removed) for more than 10 days. If the batteries are
charged then use the following start-up procedure:
1) Verify that all power switches are off, and that the "STOP/RUN”” Switch on the UPS is
in the ““STOP”” position.
2) Switch on the power at the Customer Provided UPS input distribution panel.
3) Move the UPS Circuit Breakers to "on." The AC IN lamp will be "on." The LCD screen
should display the following message:
- UPS START UP > PLEASE WAIT
With the key switch in the ““STOP”” position, both the AC IN and the BYP lamp will be "on"
and the LCD screen should display the following message:
- BYPASS OPERATION ––
OUTPUT VOLTAGE=208 V
>CURRENT 100/80/90%
DATE (DAY) TIME
The UPS battery charging circuit is now activated. Move the ““STOP/RUN”” key switch to the
““RUN”” position. The inverter will then start and the UPS will transfer to the Normal
Operating Mode. Both the AC IN and the INV lamp will be "on." The following system
message is an example of the main MONI (monitor) screen for standard operation:
- UPS ON-LINE OUTPUT VOLTAGE=208 V
>CURRENT 100/80/90%
DATE (DAY) TIME
If a fault occurs during start-up, the red FAULT lamp will be "on" and the LCD screen will
display a FAULT(s) DETECTED at start-up message such as the following:
UPS FAULT (BYPASS ON)
(DESCRIPTION)
PRESS DOWN TO DETAIL
> ENTER FOR DETAILS
Refer to the "Line-2 System Fault Messages" section for details.
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6.15
Shutdown Procedure
When turning off the UPS, the following shutdown procedure should be used:
Move the ““STOP/RUN”” key switch, located on the front panel, to ““STOP." Operation of the
inverter halts. Output power is now provided to the load through the unit's Bypass circuit.
While in this state of operation; if a power failure occurs in the commercial power
source, the UPS will lose power. Power to the critical load device will be interrupted.
The battery charging circuit and chopper circuit remains active.
DANGER
Do not touch the UPS terminals even though the operation switch has
been moved to the STOP position. The UPS may be supplying power
through the Bypass circuit.
The green AC IN lamp is "on" and the green BYP lamp is "on." The LCD screen shows the
following message:
BYPASS OPERATION
OUTPUT VOLTAGE=208
V
>CURRENT 100/100/100%
DATE (DAY) TIME
-
Move the Circuit Breaker to the "off" position. Power is removed from the UPS and to
any attached loads. All lamps are "off" and the LCD screen shows the following message
as long as sufficient power remains to display it:
- OUTPUT SHUT DOWN OUTPUT VOLTAGE= 0 V
CURRENT=LOW/LOW/LOW%
When the EPO (Emergency Power Off) switch, located on the front panel (or from a remote
located EPO switch) is pushed, the Circuit Breaker is tripped and power is removed from
the UPS and to any attached loads. All LED lamps are "off" and the LCD screen will
display the following message:
- OUTPUT SHUT DOWN OUTPUT VOLTAGE= 0 V
CURRENT=LOW/LOW/LOW%
6.16
Maintenance Bypass Procedure
To safely set the unit in Maintenance Bypass, the UPS is first electrically switched to
bypass mode, and then mechanically switched to bypass mode. This prevents the UPS
from being placed in parallel with commercial power.
Follow the instructions below when switching the UPS to and from Maintenance Bypass
Mode.
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equipment and/or you risk removal of power to any equipment attached to
the UPS.
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6.16.1 Switch From UPS to Maintenance Bypass
1) Turn the ““STOP/RUN”” key switch, located on the front panel, to ““STOP." Operation
of the UPS inverter stops and the BYP LED illuminates. Output power is now
provided to the load through the Bypass circuit. While in this mode, if a power
failure occurs on the commercial power source, the UPS will lose power.
Power to the critical load device will be interrupted. The battery charging
circuit and chopper circuit remains active.
2) Verify that step one above is followed, and that the BYP LED indicator on the front
panel is illuminated.
3) Locate the maintenance bypass rotary switch (middle of inner front panel of the
UPS); slowly rotate the cam switch clockwise to the ““BYPASS MODE”” position.
4) Turn off MCCB breaker labeled ““MAIN POWER SWITCH."
The unit is now in the Maintenance Bypass mode and may be serviced. For units
with internal transformers, the transformers are still energized.
6.16.2
From Maintenance Bypass to UPS
1) Verify that the ““STOP/RUN”” switch is in the ““STOP” position. Turn on MCCB
““MAIN POWER SWITCH."
2) Wait until the output fans turn on (this indicates that the unit is in the Bypass
mode), and that the BYP LED light on the front panel is lit.
3) For units with an external battery cabinet, turn on MCCB ““BATTERY CABINET."
4) Locate the maintenance bypass switch (middle of inner front panel of the UPS).
Slowly rotate the cam switch counter-clockwise to the ““UPS MODE”” position.
5) Turn the ““STOP/RUN”” switch to the ““RUN” position.
6) Verify that the Inverter indicator light on the front panel is lit.
The unit is now back On-Line and supplying conditioned power to the load.
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6.17
Keypad Overview
The following illustrates the 12-key data entry pad with each key functionally labeled.
MONI
BATT
F1
IN
OUT
BATT
TEST
BUZZ
STOP
MENU
ENTER
RESET
MONI
Monitor –– Press to display system-monitoring screens.
BATT
Battery –– Press to display UPS battery conditions.
F1
Function –– Press to change settings of various menus.
IN
Input –– Press to display UPS input conditions.
OUT
Output –– Press to display UPS output conditions.
BATT
TEST
Battery Test –– Press to execute On-Line Battery test.
BUZZ
STOP
Buzzer Stop –– Press to stop the audible alert buzzer.
MENU
Menu –– Press to display the main user-selection menu.
ENTER
Enter –– Press to confirm user-selected command or action.
RESET
Reset –– Press to reset UPS panel’’s message-display area.
Up Arrow –– Press to forward through display data values or to forward through menus.
Down Arrow –– Press to reverse through display data values or to reverse through
menus.
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6.18
Key Functions
6.18.1 MONI
After the UPS has been successfully started, the system will be in the normal 'AC Input
Mode' of operation. The LCD screen will automatically display the main MONI (monitor)
function. If the MONI key is pressed at this time the screen output will not change. The
MONI function automatically monitors the entire UPS system. The LCD screen will
automatically switch "off" after a period of keypad inactivity and switch "on" if any key is
pressed. It will switch "on" automatically during battery discharge or if an abnormality
develops in the system (see "Settings for LCD Display Duration"). All system 'line'
messages will be displayed from MONI mode when abnormal operating problems are
detected. If AC input power is available and the UPS is operating normally, the following
system message is displayed:
- UPS ON-LINE OUTPUT VOLTAGE= 208 V
CURRENT=100/100/99%
DATE (DAY) TIME
If an AC input power failure occurs, and no abnormal operating conditions are present, the
UPS switches to standard 'Battery Backup Mode'. The following system message is
displayed:
- BATTERY BACKUP ––
OUTPUT VOLTAGE = 208 V
CURRENT=100/100/99%
DATE (DAY) TIME
6.18.2 IN
When the IN key is pressed during normal 'AC Input Mode' of operation, the LCD screen
displays details about the unit's input voltage. The following system message is displayed:
- UPS ON-LINE INPUT
Vab = 96%
VOLTAGE Vbc = 96%
Vca = 96%
The Bypass Input Voltages, Frequencies / Sync Mode, and Converter Current can be
monitored by pressing the "UP/DOWN" keys.
6.18.3 OUT
When the OUT key is pressed during normal ‘‘AC Input Mode’’ of operation, the LCD screen
displays details about the output voltage, current, and frequency. The following system
message is displayed:
- UPS ON-LINE OUTPUT Ia = 101%
CURRENT Ib = 100%
Ic = 100%
The Output Line Voltages (phase-neutral, and phase to phase),
Frequencies / Sync Mode, Inverter Output Power, and Power factor can be monitored by
pressing the "up/down" keys.
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6.18.4 BATT Key
When the BATT key is pressed during normal 'AC Input Mode' of operation, the LCD
screen displays details about the battery capacity. The following system message is
displayed:
- UPS ON-LINE BATTERY VOLTAGE=324V
CHARGE CURR.=0%
If an AC input power failure occurs, and no abnormal operating conditions are present, the
UPS will switch to standard 'Battery Backup Mode'. The following system message is
displayed when the BATT key is pressed:
- BATTERY BACKUP ––
BATTERY VOLTAGE=324V
DISCHARGE CURR. =76%
6.18.5 MENU, F1, ENTER, UP, & DOWN Keys
When the MENU key is pressed during normal ‘‘AC Input Mode’’ of operation, a menu of
user adjustable data screens are available. Press 'up' arrow key to scroll up through the
available data screens. Press 'down' arrow key to scroll down through the available data
screens. Pressing the F1 key changes to the adjustment screen for that menu item. Press
'up' arrow to move display to previously available item. Press 'down' arrow to move display
to next available item. From the adjustment screen, if the MENU key is pressed any
changes are discarded and the display returns to the regular menu screen with the
previous data values shown. If the ““ENTER”” key is pressed from the adjustment screen,
the changes are saved. After pressing the ““ENTER”” key, the display screen will return to
the regular menu screen with the new data values shown (see "Menu Data Screens").
6.18.6 BATT TEST Key
When the BATT TEST key is pressed during normal 'AC Input Mode' of operation, the LCD
screen displays details about the battery back-up capacity. The following system message
is displayed:
- BATTERY TEST ––
BATTERY VOLTAGE=324V
> F1+ENTER TO BEGIN
Press the F1+ ENTER keys at the same time to begin the battery test and to display the
following screen while batteries are tested:
- BATTERY TEST BATTERY VOLTAGE=324V
## MINS ## SECS
> PLEASE WAIT
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When the battery test is completed, the previous operation will be resumed and the main
system MONI screen will be displayed. If the battery test detects a low DC battery voltage,
then the message screen will display:
- UPS ON-LINE OUTPUT VOLTAGE=208 V
CURRENT=38/55/48%
* LOW BATTERY *
If the battery test passes then the following screen message will be displayed:
- UPS ON-LINE OUTPUT VOLTAGE=208 V
CURRENT=38/55/48%
DATE (DAY) TIME
If the inverter is not operating when the BATT TEST key is press then the function will be
inhibited and the following screen message will be displayed:
- BATTERY TEST BATTERY VOLTAGE=324V
BATT. TEST INHIBITED
NOTE:
After start-up, the battery test function is inhibited for 20-min. (only one battery test can be done
approximately every 20-min.).
6.18.7 BUZZ STOP Key
The ““BUZZ STOP”” key has no effect on the LCD screen display. However if the UPS alarm
buzzer is on, pressing this key will silence it. If the alarm buzzer is not on, pressing this key
has no effect.
6.18.8 RESET Key
The RESET key function is used to 'Reset' the LCD display board software should a
system lock-up occur. The reset does not reset the variables in the memory. Use of the
RESET function is very important when a fatal communication error has occurred. Press
and hold the RESET key for a period of at least five seconds to reset the display software.
The 'display board' to 'main board' interface will begin a new communication sequence. If a
communication response is not received by the 'display board' from the 'main board' within
15 seconds, a fatal time-out occurs and the following system message displays:
- DISPLAY ERROR MAIN COMM. ERROR
PRESS & HOLD RESET KEY
If the 'Reset' function is successful then the display will begin from the 'Start-up screen' and
then change to the 'main monitor' screen.
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6.19
Menu Data Screens
6.19.1 Settings for Calendar and Clock
Press the MENU key to access the menu data screens and press the 'down' arrow
key to scroll to the present date and time adjustment screen:
CALENDER / CLOCK
DATE (DAY) TIME
>*F1: DATA SET MODE
>'/’ PRV/NEXT SCREEN
Press the F1 key to display the following active adjustment screen:
CALENDER / CLOCK
DATE (DAY) TIME
> '/’UP/DOWN
>ENTER:NEXT DATA
Press the "up/down" arrows to increment or decrement the character(s) above the flashing
cursor.
Press the ENTER key to advance the cursor.
6.19.2 Adjusting the Buzzer Volume
Press the MENU key to access the menu data screens and press the 'down' arrow key to
scroll to the present buzzer volume adjustment screen display:
BUZZER VOLUME ADJUST
<LOUD> MEDIUM SOFT
>*F1: DATA SET MODE
>'/’:PRV/NEXT SCREEN
Press the F1 key to display the following active adjustment screen:
BUZZER VOLUME ADJUST
<LOUD> MEDIUM SOFT
>'/’CHANGE DATA
>ENTER:ACCEPT CHANGE
Press the 'up' or 'down' arrow key to move the marker between the three buzzer volume
levels. Press ENTER key to confirm the change or press MENU key to discard any
changes and return to the menu data screen.
6.19.3 Settings for Display Duration
The LCD display is designed to automatically switch off after a user-designated period of
inactivity. When setting this feature, press the MENU key to access the menu data screens
and press the 'down' arrow key to scroll to the LCD-Idle Mode Select screen display:
DISPLAY DURATION SET
<3 MIN>
30 MIN
>F1: DATA SET MODE
>'/’PRV/NEXT SCREEN
Press the F1 key to display the LCD-Idle mode setting adjustment screen:
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DISPLAY DURATION SET
<3 MIN>
30 MIN
>'/’: CHANGE DATA
>ENTER:ACCEPT CHANGE
Press the 'up' or 'down' arrow key to move the marker between the two available idle mode
times. Press the ENTER key to save the change or press the MENU key to exit to the main
menu and discard the change.
Note: If any of the following conditions occur, the LCD-Idle Mode will be inhibited and the
LCD will remain on continuously:
1) The UPS has received an EPO command.
2) The UPS is in Battery-Discharge Mode.
3) A fault has been detected in the main unit.
4) The UPS is in an overload condition.
6.19.4 Run Switch Select
Press the MENU key to access the menu data screens and press the 'down' arrow key to
scroll to the ““Run Switch Select”” setting screen display:
RUN SWITCH SELECT
<LOCAL>
REMOTE
>*F1: DATA SET MODE
>'/’: PRV/NEXT SCREEN
Press the F1 key to display the following active adjustment screen:
RUN SWITCH SELECT
<LOCAL>
REMOTE
>'/’: CHANGE DATA
>ENTER:ACCEPT CHANGE
Press the 'up' or 'down' arrow key to move the marker between the two "RUN SWITCH"
selections Press the ENTER key to save the change or press the MENU key to exit to the
main menu and discard the change. (Must have Remote Control option.)
6.19.5 Serial Com Station Address
Press the MENU key to access the menu data screens and press the 'down' arrow key to
scroll to the ““Serial Comm Station Address”” setting screen display:
SER COM STATION ADDR
STATION ADDRESS: 31H
>*F1: DATA SET MODE
> '/’: PRV/NEXT SCREEN
Press the F1 key to display the following active adjustment screen:
SER COM STATION ADDR
STATION ADDRESS: 31H
!'/’: CHANGE DATA
>ENTER: ACCEPT CHANGE
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6.19.6 Output Voltage Adjustment
When the MENU key is pressed and held 3-4 seconds during normal 'AC Input Mode' of
operation, the LCD screen displays the output voltage on the present output voltage adjust
screen:
OUTPUT VOLT. ADJUST
OUTPUT VOLTAGE.=###%
>F1:DATA SET MODE
> '/’ :PREV/NEXT SCREEN
Press the F1 key to display the following active adjustment screen:
OUTPUT VOLT. ADJUST
REFERENCE ADJUST: ##
> '/’ :CHANGE DATA
>ENTER: ACCEPT CHANGE
The locations marked ## will show the numerical value of the allowable voltage adjustment
parameter values. Press the 'up' and 'down' arrow keys to adjust the setting from between
r5 volts. This will cause the unit's output voltage to adjust to within r2% of its nominal
value.
If the inverter is not running, and the output voltage cannot be adjusted; the following
message will be displayed:
OUTPUT VOLT. ADJUST
ADJUST PROHIBITED
DATA CANNOT CHANGE
>'/’:PRV/NEXT SCREEN
Pressing the F1 key will have no effect on this display screen
6.19.7 Equalize Charge Mode Select
Contact Toshiba Customer Support toll free at 1-877-867-8773 before using this option.
DAMAGE to the battery system may occur if this option is used improperly.
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6.19.8 Reset to Default Settings
Press the MENU key to access the menu data screens and press the 'down' arrow key to
scroll to the original factory 'default settings' adjustment screen display:
MENU DATA RESET
DATA INITIALIZATION
>F1: TO ACCESS RESET
>'/’:PRV/NEXT SCREEN
Press the F1 key to display the following active adjustment screen:
MENU DATA RESET
DATA INITIALIZATION
> MENU: NO DATA RESET
>ENTER: ACCEPT CHANGE
When the ENTER key is pressed the following factory defaults are reset:
1) Resets the voltage-reference setting to +0
2) Resets the buzzer volume to 'loud'
3) Resets the serial station address to 31h
4) Resets the idle mode to 3 minutes
Press the MENU key to abandon the operation and return to the menu data screen.
6.20
Overload Operation
When the UPS is operating and an overload condition is first detected, the following
““Overload Warning”” screen is displayed.
- UPS ON-LINE OUTPUT VOLTAGE= ###V
OUTPUT CURRENT= ###%
* UPS OL: REDUCE LOAD *
After a period of time, if the overload is still not reduced and the STOP/RUN key switch is
in the RUN position, the UPS will automatically transfer to Bypass. If the overload condition
is still present, the following screen will be displayed:
- BYPASS OPERATION OUTPUT VOLTAGE=208
CURRENT= 114/116/114%
* UPS OL: REDUCE LOAD *
If the STOP/RUN key switch is in the STOP position; the UPS is in the Bypass Mode and,
if the overload condition is still present, the following screen will be displayed:
- BYPASS OPERATION OUTPUT VOLTAGE=208
CURRENT= 114/116/114%
* UPS OL: REDUCE LOAD *
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After the load is reduced, if the STOP/RUN key switch is in the RUN position, the UPS will
automatically return to 'Inverter Operation’’ after a period of time. During this wait, the
following screen will be displayed:
- BYPASS OPERATION OUTPUT VOLTAGE=208 V
CURRENT= 100/100/100
>PLEASE WAIT
Or if the UPS is waiting and the STOP/RUN key switch is switched to the STOP position
while the UPS is waiting, the following screen will be displayed:
- BYPASS OPERATION OUTPUT VOLTAGE=208 V
CURRENT= 100/100/100
>PLEASE WAIT
If the STOP/RUN key switch remains in the STOP position when the UPS's 'wait' period is
complete, then the following screen will be displayed:
- BYPASS OPERATION OUTPUT VOLATAGE=###V
CURRENT=100\100\100%
DATE (DAY) TIME
If the STOP/RUN key switch remains in the RUN position when the UPS's 'wait' period is
complete, then the following screen will be displayed:
- UPS ON-LINE OUTPUT VOLTAGE= 208 V
CURRENT=100/100/99%
DATE (DAY) TIME
6.21
Backup History and Fault History
Pressing the MONI and F1 keys simultaneously, for a few seconds will cause the Battery
Discharge Count screen to be displayed.
BATT DISCHARGE COUNT
# TIMES
> F1: FOR DETAILS
>'/’: TO SCROLL
Press the F1 key to display the record relating to the first discharge event.
BACKUP HISTORY ( 1)
#MIN##SEC VB=324V
BT *PF OL
>'/’: EXIT
F1: NEXT
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Press the F1 key again to display the record relating to each subsequent discharge event.
BACKUP HISTORY ( #)
#MIN##SEC VB=324V
BT *PF OL
>'/’: EXIT
F1: NEXT
Press the ‘‘up’’ or ‘‘down’’ arrow keys to return to the Battery Discharge Count screen.
BATT DISCHARGE COUNT
# TIMES
> F1: FOR DETAILS
>'/’: TO SCROLL
Press the ‘‘up’’ or ‘‘down’’ arrow keys to display the Fault Count screen.
TOTAL FAULT COUNT
## TIMES
> F1: FOR DETAILS
>'/’: TO SCROLL
Press the F1 key to display the record relating to the first fault.
FAULT HISTORY ( 1)
Date Time
fault code
>'/’: EXIT
F1: NEXT
Press the F1 key again to display the record relating to each subsequent fault.
FAULT HISTORY ( #)
Date Time
fault code
>'/’: EXIT
F1: NEXT
Press the ‘‘up’’ or ‘‘down’’ arrow keys to return to the Fault Count screen.
TOTAL FAULT COUNT
## TIMES
> F1: FOR DETAILS
>'/’: TO SCROLL
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7.0 UPS Protection System
7.1
System Protection Features
The preceding one-line schematic illustrates the electrical locations of the protection
devices on all UPS models.
Input Abnormal
MBS
Overcurrent
Overload
Bypass
MCCB
Input
Power
Isolating
XFMR
Converter
Overcurrent
Output
Power
Inverter
Overvoltage/
Undervoltage
Charger/
Chopper
Low Batteryt
External
Batteries
7.2
System Protection Functions
The following chart shows the built-in UPS fault protection functions on all models.
Built-in UPS Fault Protection Functions
Protection Item
LCD Message
Cause
Operation Mode
after Fault
Audible Alarm
Visible Alarm
Relay Contact
Alarm
Auto-Retransfer
Protection Item
LCD Message
Cause
Operation Mode
after Fault
Audible Alarm
Visible Alarm
Relay Contact
Alarm
Auto-Retransfer
Inverter Over-voltage
Inverter Under-voltage
(IVOV)
(IVUV)
INVERTER
INVERTER
OVERVOLTAGE
UNDERVOLTAGE
Control Malfunction; Feedback Error
UPS Overload
OUTPUT OVERLOAD
Overload or short circuit at the load.
Inverter Overload: Transfer to bypass; Inverter
stopped.
Bypass Operation; Chopper and Inverter Stopped
Bypass Overload: Inverter, Chopper, and Bypass
stopped.
Yes: See Audible Alarm Functions
Inverter OL: No Fault Lamp
Red Fault Lamp ““on””
Bypass OL: Fault Lamp ““on””
Inverter OL: Bypass Relay closed
Fault Relay closed; Bypass Relay closed
Bypass OL: Bypass Relay open and Fault relay
closed
Inverter OL: Yes, if bypass ok
No
Bypass OL: No
Low Battery Voltage
(Level-1)
Line-4 will read
““BATTERY LOW””
Battery Discharge
Battery Discharge
Battery Lamp Flickers
Low Battery Relay
closed
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Low Battery Voltage
(Level-2)
Inverter Output Current Limit
DC UNDERVOLTAGE
OUTPUT OVERLOAD
Battery Shutdown Level
Load Inrush current
reached
Shutdown:
If Bypass ok, transfer to bypass; if not, current-limit
mode
No Output
Yes: See Audible Alarm Functions
NO
NO
Bypass Relay closed
No
Yes, if bypass ok
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Protection Item
Memory error (EERR)
Internal overheat
(OH)
DC circuit
overvoltage (DCOV)
DC circuit overcurrent
(DCOC)
LCD Message
Cause
Operation Mode
after Fault
Audible Alarm
Visible Alarm
Relay Contact
Alarm
Auto-Retransfer
MAIN EEPROM ERROR
Control board chip error
OVERHEAT; INTERNAL
Fan failure; high ambient
DC OVERVOLTAGE
Chopper malfunction
DC OVERCURRENT
Inverter / chopper fault
Start is inhibited
Bypass operation; chopper and inverter are stopped
Yes; continuous buzzer
RED fault lamp ““ON””
Fault relay closed; bypass relay closed
NO
8.0 Start-up/Scheduled Maintenance/Part Replacement
8.1
Start-up
The startup of the UPS equipment is broken up in several steps. These steps are as
follows:
1. Initial Condition: This is where the service technician checks the unit for physical
damage and verifies the installation of the UPS (electrically).
2. Static Checks: This step verifies the proper settings within the UPS logic.
3. Wiring Check: The wiring to (power cables) and from (control wires) the battery
cabinet.
4. Main Voltage Check: The input voltages are checked to verify they are within the
range.
5. Energizing the UPS: This step begins the internal self-checks within the processor
logic.
6. Output Voltage Check: The output voltages are checked to verify they are within
range.
7. EPO (Emergency Power Off): The EPO is operated to verify its operation in case
of an emergency.
8. Load Testing: Performed if load is available.
9. Generator Testing: Performed if Generator is available.
10. Internal/External Maintenance Bypass: This verifies the proper operation of the
Maintenance Bypass.
8.2
Preventive Maintenance
The 4200FA Uninterruptible Power Systems have been designed to provide years of
trouble-free operation requiring a minimum of preventive maintenance.
The best preventive measure that the UPS user can take is to keep the area around the
unit, particularly the air inlet vents, clean and free of moisture and dust accumulations.
Schedule authorized TOSHIBA service centers to perform an internal parts inspection
semi-annually.
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CAUTION
Before performing any maintenance the technician should be familiar
with and follow the important safety instructions within this manual.
WARNING
Proper maintenance of the battery system of this unit by factory authorized
personnel is essential to the safety and reliability of your UPS system.
Schedule authorized TOSHIBA service centers to perform internal parts
inspections semi-annually.
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8.3
9)
Parts Replacement
The following list shows intervals for periodic maintenance and replacement of certain UPS
parts.
1) Batteries: VRLA (Valve Regulated Lead Acid) batteries do not require the adding
of water or electrolyte. The charging voltage, temperature, performance and
connection resistance must be monitored periodically. Necessary corrective
maintenance must be made in order to assure the UPS supplies safe reliable
power. These items affect the life of batteries, so replacement should be once
every 3 to 5 years as a minimum. All of the batteries must be replaced at the
same time to eliminate the possibility of multiple failures due to resistances of the
batteries.
8)
Recommended Quarterly Maintenance
A. Visual Checks
1) Leakage
2) Corrosion on positive terminal
B. Check battery temperature at the negative terminal
C. Measure and record the system float charging voltage.
D. Measure and record the individual unit’’s float charging voltage.
Recommended Semi-Annual maintenance
A. Repeat the quarterly checks.
B. Perform impedance checks on the individual batteries.
C. Optionally test for the purpose of trending the battery over time.
D. Re-torque all inter-battery connecting hardware (if applicable).
2) Aluminum electrolytic capacitors: Replace once every 5 years.
3) Fuses: Replace once every 7 years.
4) Cooling fan: Replace once every 3 years.
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9.0 External Dimensions / Shipping Dimensions / Weights
9.1
External Dimensions 15/25/30 kVA
20.0 in.
(508 mm)
59.7 in.
(1516 mm)
56.0 in.
(1422 mm)
36.3 in.
(922 mm)
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9.2
External Dimensions 50kVA
35.5 in.
(901 mm)
59.3 in.
(1506 mm)
38.3 in.
(972 mm)
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9.3
Shipping Dimensions and Weights
Shipping Dimensions,
Standard
Inches (cm)
42.8 (109)
49.0 (125)
64.6 (164)
67.6 (172)
Shipping Dimensions,
with crate
Inches (cm)
43.5 (111)
49.8 (127)
69.6 (177)
69.6 (177)
Shipping Dimensions,
Standard
Inches (cm)
54.0 (137)
48.0 (122)
64.3 (163)
67.3 (171)
Shipping Dimensions,
with crate
Inches (cm)
54.8 (139)
50.3 (128)
69.9 (178)
69.9 (178)
Shipping Weight, Standard
Pounds (Kilograms)
Shipping Weight, with crate
Pounds (Kilograms)
15 - 30 kVA with internal
battery
1015 (460)
1090 (494)
15 - 30 kVA with no internal
transformer or battery
815 (370)
890 (404)
15 - 30 kVA with 1 internal
transformer
900 (408)
975 (442)
15 - 30 kVA with 2 internal
transformers
1100 (499)
1175 (533)
50 kVA with internal battery
2650 (1202)
2750 (1247)
50 kVA with no internal
transformer or battery
1800 (816)
1900 (862)
50 kVA with 1 internal
transformer
1700 (771)
1800 (816)
50 kVA with 2 internal
transformers
2050 (930)
2150 (975)
All 15, 25 & 30 kVA models
Width
Depth
Height
Height with packing material
All 50 kVA models
Width
Depth
Height
Height with packing material
Model
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