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Owner’s Manual
PowerVerter
®
APS Series
DC-to-AC Inverter/Chargers
Invert:
Charge:
Input
12, 24, 36 or 48 VDC
120V, 60 Hz. AC
1111 W. 35th Street, Chicago, IL 60609 USA
Customer Support: (773) 869-1234
www.tripplite.com
Output
120V, 60 Hz. AC
12, 24, 36 or 48 VDC
Reliable Emergency Backup Power
Congratulations! You’ve purchased the most advanced, feature-rich Inverter/Charger designed as an alternative energy source during utility
power failures. Tripp Lite APS Inverter/Chargers keep your equipment constantly up and productive through all utility power problems (blackouts,
brownouts and high voltages) by inverting DC power from user-supplied batteries into AC power. Built-in surge suppression provides an additional
level of equipment protection. When utility power is present, APS Inverter/Chargers automatically pass through power to your equipment while
simultaneously recharging your connected battery bank. APS Inverter/Chargers are the quiet alternative to gas generators during emergency
backup applications—with no fumes, fuel or noise to deal with! You get AC electricity anywhere and anytime you need it.
Better for Your Equipment
Premium Protection Levels
• Built-In Isobar Surge Protection
• Automatic Overload Protection
®
Ideal Output for All Loads (including computers)
• Frequency-Controlled Output
• Fast Load Switching
• Balanced Load Sharing*
Better for Your Batteries
Faster Battery Recharge
• High-Amp, 3-Stage Battery Charger (adjustable)
Critical Battery Protection
• Battery Charge Conserver (Load Sense)*
• Battery Temperature Sensing*
• High-Efficiency DC-to-AC Inversion
Better for You
Simple, Maintenance-Free Operation
• Multi-Function Lights & Switches
• Moisture-Resistant Construction**
Contents
Specifications
2
Mounting
9
Safety
3
Battery Connection
10
Feature Identification
4
AC Input/Output Connection
11
Operation
5
Service/Maintenance
11
Configuration
6-7
Troubleshooting/Warranty
12
Battery Selection
8
Español
* Available on all models except 612 models. ** Inverter/Chargers are moisture-resistant, not waterproof.
Copyright © 2007. PowerVerter® is a registered trademark of Tripp Lite. All rights reserved.
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APS612
Input Cord
APS1012
Input Cord
APS1524
Hardwire
APS2012
Hardwire
APS2424
Hardwire
APS2448
Hardwire
APS3624VR
Hardwire
APS3636VR
Hardwire
1000
1500
2000
12 VDC
10-15 VDC
225 A
95 A
600
900
1200
12 VDC
10-15 VDC
100 A
56 A
13.3 V (13.6 V)
11.5 A
13.3 V (13.6 V)
4.2 A
26.6 V (27.2 V)
16 A
36 A/9 A**
28.8 V/28.4 V
13.3 V (13.6 V)
21 A
100 A/25 A**
14.4 V/14.2 V
192 A
2000
3000
4000
12 VDC
10-15 VDC
400 A
26.6 V (27.2 V)
24 A
55 A/14 A**
28.8 V/28.4 V
112 A
2400
3600
4800
24 VDC
20-30 VDC
300 A
53.2 V (54.4 V)
13.3 A
15 A/off**
57.6 V/56.8 V
56 A
2400
3600
4800
48 VDC
40-60 VDC
100 A
26.6 V (27.2 V)
29 A
65 A/16 A**
28.8 V/28.4 V
170 A
3600
5400
7200
24 VDC
20-30 VDC
300 A
2A
12 A
8.3 A
9.2 A
5A
12.5 A
29 A
15 ft
11 ft
8 ft
4 ft
500
700
1000
2000
25 ft
18 ft
12 ft
6 ft
4
39 ft
28 ft
20 ft
10 ft
2
62 ft
44 ft
31 ft
16 ft
0
79 ft
56 ft
39 ft
20 ft
00 (2/0)
8
39 ft
28 ft
19 ft
10 ft
8 ft
6 ft
Watts
500
700
1000
2000
2400
3000
62 ft
44 ft
31 ft
15 ft
13 ft
10 ft
6
99 ft
70 ft
49 ft
25 ft
21 ft
16 ft
4
Wire Gauge
157 ft
112 ft
78 ft
39 ft
33 ft
26 ft
2
Inverter/Charger DC Volt: 24
† NOTE: Acceptable power is directly related to cable length (i.e. - the shorter the cable, the better the performance)
6
Watts
Wire Gauge
Inverter/Charger DC Volt: 12
249 ft
178 ft
125 ft
62 ft
52 ft
42 ft
0
63 ft
44 ft
22 ft
18 ft
15 ft
12 ft
8
100 ft
70 ft
35 ft
29 ft
23 ft
19 ft
6
158 ft
111 ft
55 ft
46 ft
37 ft
31 ft
4
Wire Gauge
252 ft
176 ft
88 ft
73 ft
59 ft
49 ft
2
400 ft
280 ft
140 ft
117 ft
93 ft
78 ft
0
20 A
16.7 A
* If your model accepts 4 conductors, simply double the acceptable cable lengths.
700
1000
2000
2400
3000
3600
Watts
44 A
38 A
Inverter/Charger DC Volt: 36*
Use in conjunction with DC wiring connection instructions in the Battery Connection section.
Minimum Recommended Cable Sizing Charts†
* OverPower duration (up to 1 hour). DoubleBoost duration (up to 10 seconds). Actual duration depends on battery age, battery charge level and ambient temperature. ** Factory setting.
The policy of Tripp Lite is one of continuous improvement. Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Total Input AC Current
(Continuous, Charger at Maximum):
Maximum Output
Current (Continuous):
500
700
1000
2000
2400
Watts
98 ft
70 ft
49 ft
25 ft
20 ft
10
156 ft
111 ft
78 ft
39 ft
32 ft
8
248 ft
177 ft
124 ft
62 ft
52 ft
6
Wire Gauge
394 ft
281 ft
197 ft
99 ft
82 ft
4
Inverter/Charger DC Volt: 48
20 A
33 A
626 ft
447 ft
313 ft
157 ft
131 ft
2
30 A
59 A
V~: AC Voltage
: DC Voltage
Two symbols are used on the APS labels.
Note on Labeling
30 A
50 A
39.9 V (40.8 V)
20 A
30 A
43.2 V/42.6 V
114 A
3600
5400
7200
36 VDC
30-45 VDC
300 A
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Common Specifications for All Models • Minimum Input Volts (Transfer to Battery): Selectable 75,** 85, 95 or 105 VAC • Maximum Input Volts (Transfer to Battery): Selectable 135** or 145 VAC • Input Frequency (Nominal): 60 Hz, ±10%
55 A/14 A**
14.4 V/14.2 V
20 A
14.4 V/14.2 V
70 A
1500
2250
3000
24 VDC
20-30 VDC
125 A
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LINE VAC OPERATION
Charging Capacity DC:
Acceptance Volts VDC:
Selectable (Wet**/Gel)
Float Volts VDC (w/gel):
Input Current AC (Maximum):
Common Specifications for All Models • Input Volts (Nominal): 120 VAC
BATTERY CHARGER
Continuous Power (@ 20 C):
OverPower™ Peak Surge Power:*
Double Boost™ Peak Surge Power:*
DC Input Volts (Nominal):
DC Input Voltage Range:
Minimum DC Fuse Rating:
DC Input Current @ Nominal V DC
Full Load
Select Tripp Lite Inverter/Chargers include a Battery Charge Conserver (Load Sense) Control which saves battery power by allowing users to set the minimum load level
at which the unit’s inverter turns on. Users can significantly reduce the No Load DC Input Current to a very low amp level with the use of this control.
Common Specifications for All Models • Output Volts (Nominal): 120 VAC, ± 5% • Output Frequency (Nominal): 60 Hz, ± 0.5% • Efficiency: 88% to 94%, depending on load and temperature
INVERTER
MODEL NUMBER:
AC Input Connection:
Specifications
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Important Safety Instructions
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS!
This manual contains important instructions and warnings that should be followed during the installation, operation and storage of all Tripp Lite
Inverter/Chargers.
Location Warnings
• Install your Inverter/Charger (whether for a mobile or stationary application) in a location or compartment that minimizes exposure to
heat, dust, direct sunlight and moisture.
• Although your Inverter/Charger is moisture resistant, it is NOT waterproof. Flooding the unit with water will cause it to short circuit
and could cause personal injury due to electric shock. Never immerse the unit, and avoid any area where standing water might
accumulate. Mounting should be in the driest location available.
• Leave a minimum of 2" clearance at front and back of the Inverter/Charger for proper ventilation. The heavier the load of connected
equipment, the more heat will be generated by the unit.
• Do not install the Inverter/Charger directly near magnetic storage media, as this may result in data corruption.
• Do not install near flammable materials, fuel or chemicals.
• Do not mount unit with its front or rear panel facing down (at any angle). Mounting in this manner will seriously inhibit the
unit's internal cooling, eventually causing product damage not covered under warranty.
Battery Connection Warnings
• The Inverter/Charger will not operate (with or without utility power) until batteries are connected.
• Multiple battery systems must be comprised of batteries of identical voltage, age, amp-hour capacity and type.
• Because explosive hydrogen gas can accumulate near batteries if they are not kept well ventilated, your batteries should not be
installed (whether for a mobile or stationary application) in a “dead air” compartment. Ideally, any compartment would have some
ventilation to outside air.
• Sparks may result during final battery connection. Always observe proper polarity as batteries are connected.
• Do not allow objects to contact the two DC input terminals. Do not short or bridge these terminals together. Serious personal injury
or property damage could result.
Equipment Connection Warnings
Use of this equipment in life support applications where failure of this equipment can reasonably be expected to cause the
failure of the life support equipment or to significantly affect its safety or effectiveness is not recommended. Do not use this
equipment in the presence of a flammable anesthetic mixture with air, oxygen or nitrous oxide.
• Corded models: Do not modify the Inverter/Charger’s plug or receptacle in a way that eliminates its ground connection. Do not use
power adapters that will eliminate the plug’s ground connection.
• Connect your Inverter/Charger only to a properly grounded AC power outlet or hardwired source. Do not plug the unit into itself; this
will damage the device and void your warranty.
• You may experience uneven performance results if you connect a surge suppressor, line conditioner or UPS system to the output of the
Inverter/Charger.
Operation Warnings
• Your Inverter/Charger does not require routine maintenance. Do not open the device for any reason. There are no user serviceable parts
inside.
• Potentially lethal voltages exist within the Inverter/Charger as long as the battery supply and/or AC input are connected. During any
service work, the battery supply and AC input connection should therefore be disconnected.
• Do not connect or disconnect batteries while the Inverter/Charger is operating in either inverting or charging mode. Operating Mode
Switch should be in the OFF position. Dangerous arcing may result.
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Feature Identification
Identify the premium features on your specific model and quickly locate instructions on how to maximize their use.
1
Configuration DIP Switches: optimize Inverter/Charger
operation depending on your application. See pages 6-7 for
setting instructions.
2
Operating Mode Switch: controls Inverter/Charger operation.
The “AUTO/REMOTE” setting ensures your equipment
receives constant, uninterrupted AC power. It also enables the
Inverter/Charger to be remotely monitored and controlled with
an optional remote module (Tripp Lite model APSRM2, sold
separately or included with select models). The “CHARGE
ONLY” setting allows your batteries to return to full charge
faster by turning the inverter off which halts battery discharging.
See page 5 for setting instructions.
3
4
Operation Indicator Lights: intuitive “traffic light” signals
show whether the Inverter/Charger is operating from AC line
power or DC battery power. It also warns you if the connected
equipment load is too high. See page 5 for instructions on reading
indicator lights.
Battery Indicator Lights: intuitive “traffic light” signals show
approximate charge level of your battery. See page 5 for
instructions on reading indicator lights.
5
DC Power Terminals: connect to your battery terminals. See
page 10 for connection instructions.
6
AC Receptacles (not on hardwire models): allow you to connect
equipment that would normally be plugged into a utility outlet.
7
AC Input Cord (not on hardwire models): connects the
Inverter/Charger to any source of utility- or generator-supplied AC
power. See page 11 for connection instructions.
8
Hardwire AC Input/Output Terminal Strip (not on corded
models): securely connects the Inverter/Charger to facility or
vehicle electrical system. See page 11 for connection instructions.
13
1
4
10
3
9
Resettable Circuit Breakers: protect your Inverter/Charger
against damage due to overload. See page 5 for resetting instructions.
10
Remote Control Module Connector: allows remote monitoring
and control with an optional module (Tripp Lite model
APSRM2, sold separately or included with select models). See
remote module owner’s manual for connection instructions.
11
Battery Charge Conserver (Load Sense) Control (not on 612
models): conserves battery power by setting the low-load level
at which the Inverter/Charger’s inverter automatically shuts off.
See page 7 for setting instructions.
12
Main Ground Lug: properly grounds the Inverter/Charger to
earth ground or to vehicle or boat grounding system. See page
10 for connection instructions.
13
Thermostatically-Controlled Cooling Fan: quiet, efficient fan
regulates internal temperature and prolongs equipment service life.
Fan runs intermittently depending on temperature and load.
14
DC Power Terminal Cover Plate
15
Hardwire AC Input/Output Cover Plate
16
Battery Temperature Sensing Connector (select models):
prolongs battery life by adjusting charge based on battery temperature.
Use with cable (included on select models). See page 7 for details.
17
Voltage Regulation Indicator Lights (available on select models):
shows when the Inverter/Charger is automatically “boosting”
abnormally low AC voltage or “cutting” abnormally high AC voltage
without relying on battery power. This function is automatic and
requires no action on the user’s part.
18
Redundant Switch/Indicator Light Panel (available on select
models): additional top mounted switch/indicator light panel allows
easy control and monitoring when Inverter/Charger is mounted.
14
2
13
1
4
10
3
9
2
11
16
Side Mounted, Not Shown
12
Rear Mounted, Not Shown
9
6
6
5
5
7
7
12
Front View (1012 Corded Models)
Front View (612 Corded Models)
14
13
1
4
10
3
OUTPUT/HOT
GROUND
INPUT/NEUTRAL
INPUT/HOT
“FOR USE WITH COPPER WIRE ONLY”
5
8
15
4A
11
16
Side Mounted, Not Shown
12
Rear Mounted, Not Shown
9
OUTPUT/NEUTRAL
Front View (All Hardwire Models).
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Operation
Switch Modes
After configuring, mounting and connecting your Inverter/Charger, you
are able to operate it by switching between the following operating
modes as appropriate to your situation:
AUTO/REMOTE: Switch to this mode when you
need constant, uninterrupted AC power for connected
appliances and equipment. The Inverter/Charger will
continue to supply AC power to connected equipment
and to charge your connected batteries while utilityor generator-supplied AC power is present. Since the
inverter is ON (but in Standby) in this mode, it will automatically
switch to your battery system to supply AC power to connected
equipment in the absence of a utility/generator source or in over/under
voltage situations. “AUTO/REMOTE” also enables an optional
remote control module (Tripp Lite model APSRM2, sold separately
or included with select models) to function when connected to the
unit. This setting also allows operation of the Redundant Operating
Mode Switch mounted on the top panel of select models
CHARGE ONLY: Switch to this mode when you
are not using connected appliances and equipment in
order to conserve battery power by disabling the
inverter. The Inverter/Charger will continue to supply
AC power to connected equipment and charge
connected batteries while utility- or generatorsupplied AC power is present. However, since the inverter is OFF in
this mode, it WILL NOT supply AC power to connected equipment in
the absence of a utility/generator source or in over/under voltage
situations.
OFF: Switch to this mode to shut down the
Inverter/Charger completely, preventing the inverter
from drawing power from the batteries, and preventing
utility AC from passing through to connected equipment
or charging the batteries. Use this switch to automatically
reset the unit if it shuts down due to overload or
overheating. First remove the excessive load or allow the unit to
sufficiently cool (applicable to your situation). Switch to “OFF”,
then back to “AUTO/REMOTE” or “CHARGE ONLY” as desired.
If unit fails to reset, remove more load or allow unit to cool further
and retry. Use an optional remote control module (Tripp Lite model
APSRM2, sold separately or included with select models) to reset
unit due to overload only.
Indicator Lights
Your Inverter/Charger (as well as an optional Tripp Lite Remote
Control Module, sold separately or included with select models) is
equipped with a simple, intuitive, user-friendly set of indicator lights.
These easily-remembered “traffic light” signals will allow you, shortly
after first use, to tell at a glance the charge condition of your batteries,
as well as ascertain operating details and fault conditions.
LINE Green Indicator: If the operating mode
switch is set to “AUTO/REMOTE,” this light will
ILLUMINATE CONTINUOUSLY when your
connected equipment is receiving continuous AC
power supplied from a utility/generator source.
If the operating mode switch is set to “CHARGE ONLY,” this light
will FLASH to alert you that the unit’s inverter is OFF and will NOT
supply AC power in the absence of a utility/generator source or in
over/under voltage situations.
INV (Inverting) Yellow Indicator: This light will
ILLUMINATE CONTINUOUSLY whenever connected
equipment is receiving battery-supplied, inverted AC
power (in the absence of a utility/generator source or
in over/under voltage situations). This light will be
off when AC power is supplying the load. This light
will FLASH to alert you if the load is less than the Battery Charge
Conserver (Load Sense) setting.
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LOAD Red Indicator: This red light will
ILLUMINATE CONTINUOUSLY whenever the
inverter is functioning and the power demanded by
connected appliances and equipment exceeds 100%
of load capacity. The light will FLASH to alert you
when the inverter shuts down due to a severe
overload or overheating. If this happens, turn the operating mode
switch “OFF”; remove the overload and let the unit cool. You may
then turn the operating mode switch to either “AUTO/REMOTE” or
“CHARGE ONLY” after it has adequately cooled. This light will be
off when AC power is supplying the load.
BATTERY Indicator Lights: These three lights will illuminate in
several sequences to show the approximate charge level of your
connected battery bank and alert you to two fault conditions:
Approximate Battery Charge Level*
Indicator Illuminated Battery Capacity
(Charging/Discharging)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Green
Green & Yellow
Yellow
Yellow & Red
Red
All three lights off
Flashing red
91%–Full
81%–90%
61%–80%
41%–60%
21%–40%
1%–20%
0% (Inverter
shutdown)
* Charge levels listed are approximate. Actual conditions vary
depending on battery condition and load.
Fault Condition
Indicator Illuminated
1 All three lights
flash slowly*
2 All three lights
flash quickly**
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Fault Condition
Excessive discharge
(Inverter shutdown)
Overcharge (Charger
shutdown)
1
2
*Approximately ½ second on, ½ second off. See Troubleshooting section. ** Approximately ¼ second
on, ¼ second off. May also indicate a battery charger fault exists. See Troubleshooting section.
Voltage Regulation Indicator Lights (available on
select models): these green lights will illuminate to
indicate when the Inverter/Charger is automatically
“boosting” abnormally low AC voltage or “cutting”
abnormally high AC voltage without relying on
battery power. This function is automatic and
requires no action on the user’s part.
Resetting Your Inverter/Charger
to Restore AC Power
Your Inverter/Charger may cease supplying AC power or DC charging
power in order to protect itself from overload or to protect your
electrical system. To restore normal functioning:
Overload Reset: Switch operating mode switch to “OFF” and
remove some of the connected electrical load (ie: turn off some of
the AC devices drawing power which may have caused the overload
of the unit). Wait one minute, then switch operating mode switch
back to either “AUTO/REMOTE” or “CHARGE ONLY.”
Output Circuit Breaker Reset: Alternatively, check output circuit
breaker(s) on the unit’s front panel. If tripped, remove some of the
electrical load, then wait one minute to allow components to cool
before resetting the circuit breaker. See Troubleshooting for other
possible reasons AC output may be absent.
See page 11 for Redundant Switch/Indicator Light Panel
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Configuration
Set Configuration DIP Switches
Using a small tool, set the Configuration DIP Switches (located on the front panel of your unit, see diagram) to optimize Inverter/Charger
operation depending on your application. 612 models have one set of four DIP Switches (Group A). All other models include an additional
set of four DIP switches (Group B) to configure additional operational functions.
B4
B3
B2
B1
A4
INPUT C/B 10A
Group B Dip Switches (Select Models)
A3
A2
A1
OUTPUT C/B 12A
Group A Dip Switches (All Models)
Group A DIP Switches (All Models)
A1
Select Battery Type—REQUIRED
A2
A4 A3 A2 A1
CAUTION: The Battery Type DIP Switch setting must
match the type of batteries you connect, or your batteries
may be degraded or damaged over an extended period of
time. See “Battery Selection,” p. 8 for more information.
Battery Type
Gel Cell (Sealed) Battery
Wet Cell (Vented) Battery
A4 A3
Switch Position
Up
Down (factory setting)
Voltage
145V
135V
Select Low AC Input Voltage Point for Switching to
Battery—OPTIONAL*
Voltage
105V
95V
85V
75V
Select High AC Input Voltage Point
for Switching to Battery—OPTIONAL*
Switch Position
Up
Down (factory setting)
A4 A3 A2 A1
Switch Position
#A4 Up & #A3 Up
#A4 Up & #A3 Down
#A4 Down & #A3 Up
#A4 Down & #A3 Down (factory
setting)
A4 A3 A2 A1
A4 A3 A2 A1
A4 A3 A2 A1
A4 A3 A2 A1
* Most of your connected appliances and equipment will perform adequately when your Inverter/Charger’s High AC Input Voltage Point is left in the factory setting and its Low AC Voltage Input
Point is set to 95V. However, if the unit frequently switches to battery power due to momentary high/low line voltage swings that would have little effect on equipment operation, you may wish to
adjust these settings. By increasing the High AC Voltage Point and/or decreasing the Low AC Voltage Point, you will reduce the number of times your unit switches to battery due to voltage swings.
Group B DIP Switches (Select Models)
B1 B2
Select Load Sharing—OPTIONAL (Not on 612 Models)
Your Inverter/Charger features a high-output battery charger that can draw a significant amount of AC power from your utility source or
generator when charging at its maximum rate. If your unit is supplying its full AC power rating to its connected heavy electrical loads at the
same time as this high charging occurs, the AC input circuit breaker could trip, resulting in the complete shut off of pass-through utility power.
To reduce the chance of tripping this breaker, Inverter/Chargers may be set to automatically limit the charger output. This keeps the sum of
the unit’s AC load and charge power within the circuit breaker rating. This charger-limiting function has four settings, allowing you to
reduce the charger’s draw lower and lower, as needed, if the AC input circuit breaker keeps tripping under the normal AC loads of devices
you have connected downline from the unit. The figures on the next page show how to set your DIP Switches to determine how heavy the
connected load can be on your Inverter/Charger before charger-limiting begins.
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Select Battery Charger-Limiting Points—OPTIONAL
(Not on 612 Models)
Most Limiting (#B1 & #B2 Up, factory
setting): Charger-limiting takes effect the
moment any 120V AC load is applied;
charger output falls gradually from full
output at no 120V load passing through to
no output at full load.
B4 B3 B2 B1
Less Limiting (#B1 Down & #B2 Up):
B4 B3 B2 B1
Charger-limiting begins when the
Inverter/Charger’s load reaches 33% of the
Inverter/Charger’s load rating. Charger
output falls gradually from full output at
33% of the Inverter/Charger’s load rating to about 33% of full output
at full load.
Select Equalize Battery Charge—OPTIONAL
(Not on 612 Models)
This DIP Switch is momentarily engaged
to begin the process of equalizing the B4 B3 B2 B1 Reset
charge state of your battery’s cells by timelimited overcharge of all cells. This can
Equalize
extend the useful life of certain types of
batteries; consult with your battery’s manufacturer to determine if
your batteries could benefit from this process. The charge
equalization process is automatic; once started, it can only be
stopped by removing the input power.
B3
B4
Set Battery Charging Amps—OPTIONAL (Not on 612
Models)
Check specifications for your unit’s highand low-charging amp options. By setting
on high charging, your batteries will
charge at maximum speed. When setting
on low charging, you lengthen the life of
your batteries (especially smaller ones).
Least Limiting (#B1 Up & #B2 Down):
B4 B3 B2 B1
Charger-limiting begins at when the
Inverter/Charger’s load reaches 66% of the
Inverter/Charger’s load rating. Charger
output falls gradually from full output at
66% of the Inverter/Charger’s load rating to about 66% of full output
at full load.
No Limiting (#B1 & #B2 Down): No
charger-limiting occurs at any load size.
B4 B3 B2 B1
Setting Procedure
• Move to “Equalize” (DOWN) position for three seconds.
• Move to “Reset” (UP) position and leave it there. This is the
factory default setting.
CAUTION: Do not leave DIP switch #3 in the down position after beginning process. Battery
charge equalization should only be performed in strict accordance with the battery manufacturer’s
instructions and specifications.
Battery Charge
Reset
Equalize
Switch Position
Up (factory setting)
Down—momentarily
Battery Charger
Low Charge Amps
High Charge Amps
Switch Position
Up (factory setting)
Down
B4 B3 B2 B1
CAUTION: When switching to the High Charge Amp setting, the user must ensure that the amp
hour capacity of their battery system exceeds the amperage of the High Charge Amp setting or
the batteries may be damaged or degraded.
Set Battery Charge Conserver (Load Sense) Control—OPTIONAL (All models except 612 models)
In order to save battery power, the unit's inverter automatically shuts off in the absence of any power demand from
connected equipment or appliances (the electrical load). When the Inverter/Charger detects a load, it automatically
turns its inverter function on. Users may choose the minimum load the Inverter/Charger will detect by adjusting the
Battery Charge Conserver Control (see diagram). Using a small tool, turn the control clockwise to lower the
minimum load that will be detected, causing the inverter to turn on for smaller loads. When the control is turned
fully clockwise, the inverter will operate even when there is no load. Turn the control counterclockwise to increase
the minimum load that will be detected, causing the inverter to stay off until the new minimum load is reached.
MAX
(GREATER
LOAD
ON)
OFF
(LESSER
LOAD
ON)
NOTE: The factory setting for the control is fully clockwise. However, based on the threshold load to which you’d like the inverter to respond, you should adjust the control counterclockwise to reduce
its sensitivity until the inverter is active only when connected equipment or appliances are actually in use.
Connect Remote Control—Optional (All models)
All models feature an 8-conductor telephone style receptacle on the front panel for use with an optional remote control module (Tripp Lite
model APSRM2, sold separately or included with select models). The remote module allows the Inverter/Charger to be mounted in a compartment
or cabinet out of sight, while operated conveniently from a remote location. See instructions packed with the remote control module.
Connect Battery Temperature Sensing Cable—OPTIONAL (select models)
The battery temperature sensing function prolongs battery life by adjusting the charge float voltage level based on battery temperature. Connect
the sensor cable (the cable, included with select models, has an RJ style connector on one end and a black sensor on the other) to the RJ
style jack located on the side of the Inverter/Charger labeled “Remote Temp. Sense.” Affix the sensor to the side of your battery below the
electrolyte level. To guard against false readings due to ambient temperature, place the sensor between batteries, if possible, or away from
sources of extreme heat or cold. If the sensor cable is not used, the Inverter/Charger will charge according to its default 25º C values.
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Battery Selection
Select Battery Type
Select “Deep Cycle” batteries to enjoy optimum performance from your Inverter/Charger. Batteries of either Wet-Cell (vented) or Gel-Cell /Absorbed
Glass Mat (sealed) construction are ideal. 6-volt “golf cart,” Marine Deep-Cycle or 8D Deep-Cycle batteries are also acceptable. You must
set the Inverter/Charger’s Battery Type DIP Switch (see Configuration section for more information) to match the type of batteries you connect
or your batteries may be degraded or damaged over an extended period of time.
Match Battery Amp-Hour Capacity to Your Application
Select a battery or system of batteries that will provide your Inverter/Charger with proper DC voltage and an adequate amp-hour capacity
to power your application. Even though Tripp Lite Inverter/Chargers are highly-efficient at DC-to-AC inversion, their rated output capacities
are limited by the total amp-hour capacity of connected batteries plus the output of an alternator when one is used.
Example
• STEP 1) Determine Total Wattage Required
Add the wattage ratings of all equipment you will connect to your
Inverter/Charger. Wattage ratings are usually listed in equipment manuals
or on nameplates. If your equipment is rated in amps, multiply that number
times AC utility voltage to estimate watts. (Example: a ¼ in. drill requires
2½ amps. 2½ amps × 120 volts = 300 watts.)
NOTE: Your Inverter/Charger will operate at higher efficiencies at about 75% - 80% of nameplate rating.
Tools
¼" Drill
300W
Orbital Sander
+
220W
Cordless Tool Charger
+
20W
=
540W
=
540W
Appliances
Blender
300W
• STEP 2) Determine DC Battery Amps Required
Divide the total wattage required (from step 1, above) by the battery voltage
(i.e. 12, 24, 36 or 48) to determine the DC amps required.
• STEP 3) Estimate Battery Amp-Hours Required
Multiply the DC amps required (from step 2, above) by the number of hours
you estimate you will operate your equipment exclusively from battery
power before you have to recharge your batteries with utility- or
generator-supplied AC power. Compensate for inefficiency by
multiplying this number by 1.2. This will give you a rough estimate of how
many amp-hours of battery power (from one or several batteries) you
should connect to your Inverter/Charger.
Color TV
+
140W
Laptop Computer
+
100W
540 watts ÷ 12V = 45 DC Amps
45 DC Amps × 5 Hrs. Runtime
× 1.2 Inefficiency Rating = 270 Amp-Hours
NOTE: Battery amp-hour ratings are usually given for a 20-hour discharge rate. Actual amp-hour capacities
are less when batteries are discharged at faster rates. For example, batteries discharged in 55 minutes
provide only 50% of their listed amp-hour ratings, while batteries discharged in 9 minutes provide as little
as 30% of their amp-hour ratings.
• STEP 4) Estimate Battery Recharge Required, Given Your Application
You must allow your batteries to recharge long enough to replace the
charge lost during inverter operation or else you will eventually run down
your batteries. To estimate the minimum amount of time you need to
recharge your batteries given your application, divide your required battery
amp-hours (from step 3, above) by your Inverter/Charger’s rated charging
amps (see Specifications section).
NOTE: For Tripp Lite Inverter/Chargers providing 1000 watts or less of continuous AC power, a full-size
battery will normally allow sufficient power for many applications before recharging is necessary. For
mobile applications, if a single battery is continuously fed by an alternator at high idle or faster, then recharging
from utility or generator power may not be necessary. For Tripp Lite Inverter/Chargers over 1000 watts used
in mobile applications, Tripp Lite recommends you use at least two batteries, if possible fed by a heavy-duty
alternator anytime the vehicle is running. Tripp Lite Inverter/Chargers will provide adequate power for
ordinary usage within limited times without the assistance of utility or generator power. However, when
operating extremely heavy electrical loads at their peak in the absence of utility power, you may wish to
“assist your batteries” by running an auxiliary generator or vehicle engine, and doing so at faster than
normal idling.
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Mounting
WARNING! Mount your Inverter/Charger BEFORE DC battery and AC power
connection. Failure to follow these instructions may lead to personal injury
and/or damage to the Inverter/Charger and connected systems.
Tripp Lite manufactures a variety of different Inverter/Chargers with a variety of different mounting options for use in vehicular or non-vehicular
applications. Tripp Lite recommends permanent mounting of your Inverter/Charger in any of the configurations illustrated below. User must
supply mounting hardware and is responsible for determining if the hardware and mounting surface are suitable to support the weight of the
Inverter/Charger. Contact Tripp Lite if you require further assistance in mounting your Inverter/Charger.
Vehicular and Non-Vehicular Horizontal Mount
(612 models only)
Vehicular and Non-Vehicular Horizontal Mount
(All models except 612)
Using the measurements from the diagram, install two usersupplied ¼" (6 mm) fasteners into a rigid horizontal surface,
leaving the heads slightly raised. B Slide the Inverter/Charger
back over the fasteners to engage the mounting slots molded on the
bottom of the Inverter/Charger cabinet. C Install and tighten two
user-supplied ¼" (6 mm) fasteners into the mounting feet
molded on the front of the Inverter/Charger cabinet.
A Using the measurements from the diagram, install two usersupplied ¼" (6 mm) fasteners into a rigid surface, leaving the
heads slightly raised. B Slide the Inverter/Charger forward over
the fasteners to engage the mounting feet molded on the front of
the Inverter/Charger cabinet. C Install and tighten two usersupplied ¼" (6 mm) fasteners into the mounting feet molded on
the rear of the Inverter/Charger cabinet. The rear feet extend
beyond the unit’s cabinet to provide for adequate ventilation
space behind the cooling fan(s); they should not be removed.
A
C
C
B
M
B
M
A
A
Note: APS model cabinets may have different front panel features, but all have identical mounting.
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Battery Connection
Connect your Inverter/Charger to your batteries using the following procedures:
• Connect DC
Inverter/Charger is capable of delivering
Wiring: Though
peak wattage at up to 200% of its rated
your
Inverter/
continuous wattage output for brief periods
Charger is a highof time. See Specifications page for details.
efficiency converter
Heavier gauge cabling should be used when
of electricity, its rated DC Connectors
continuously operating heavy draw
output capacity is
equipment under these conditions. Tighten
limited by the length
your Inverter/Charger and battery terminals
and gauge of the
to approximately 3.5 Newton-meters of
cabling
running
torque to create an efficient connection and
from the battery to
to prevent excessive heating at this
the unit. Use the Dual DC Connectors (See
connection. Insufficient tightening of the
shortest length and note at bottom of the page)
terminals could void your warranty. See
largest diameter cabling (maximum 2/0 Specifications page for Minimum
gauge) to fit your Inverter/Charger’s DC Recommended Cable Sizing Chart.
Input terminals. Shorter and heavier gauge
• Connect Ground: Using a #8 AWG wire
cabling reduces DC voltage drop and allows
or larger directly connect the Main Ground
for maximum transfer of current. Your
Lug to the vehicle’s chassis or earth ground.
See the Feature Identification section to locate
the Main Ground Lug on your specific
Inverter/Charger model. All installations
must comply with national and local codes
and ordinances.
• Connect Fuse: NEC (National Electrical
Code) article 551 requires that you connect
all of your Inverter/Charger’s positive DC
Terminals directly to a UL-listed fuse(s) and
fuse block(s) within 18 inches of the battery.
The fuse’s rating must equal or exceed the
Minimum DC Fuse Rating listed in your
Inverter/Charger’s specifications. See
Specifications for fuse and fuse block
recommendations. See diagrams below for
proper fuse placement.
WARNING! • Failure to properly ground your Inverter/Charger to a vehicle’s chassis or earth
ground may result in a lethal electrical shock hazard.
• Never attempt to operate your Inverter/Charger by connecting it directly to output from an
alternator rather than a battery or battery bank.
• Observe proper polarity with all DC connections.
Non-Vehicular or Vehicular
Non-vehicular applications include stationary configurations as well as mobile configurations that are not integrated into a vehicle’s electrical
system. In a parallel connection, your Inverter/Charger’s Nominal DC Input Voltage (listed in the Specifications section as either 12, 24,
36 or 48) must match the voltage of your battery or batteries (12, 24, 36 or 48). For example, a 12V DC Inverter/Charger would require
12V DC from your battery system.
In a series connection, your Inverter/Charger’s Nominal DC Input Voltage must match the number of batteries multiplied by their voltage. For
example, a 24V DC Inverter/Charger would require either two 12V batteries connected in series (24 = 2 × 12) or four 6V batteries connected
in series (24 = 4 × 6).
In vehicular applications, your Inverter/Charger’s Nominal DC Input Voltage must match the voltage of your battery or batteries—
12 Volts. Although it is possible to connect your Inverter/Charger to the main battery within your vehicle’s electrical system, in the normal
vehicular context, the Inverter/Charger is connected to one or more dedicated auxiliary (house) batteries which are isolated from the drive
system to prevent possible draining of the main battery.
Contact Tripp Lite technical support for assistance with additional parallel, series or series/parallel connections.
4
Optional connection
for Vehicular
applications only.
1
5
2
X Volts
X Volts Inverter/Charger
3
Single Battery Connection
2
2
2
2
4
1
6 Volts
Multiple Battery Connection (Series)—
24 Volt Shown
6 Volts
6 Volts
6 Volts
24 Volt Inverter/Charger
3
Note: X=Your Inverter/Charger’s Nominal DC Input Voltage (listed in the specifications section as either 12, 24, 36 or 48)
1 Earth or Vehicle/Boat Battery Ground 2 Battery 3 UL-Listed Fuse & Fuse Block (mounted within 18 inches of the battery) 4 Large Diameter
Cabling, Maximum 2/0 Gauge to Fit Terminals 5 Alternator (for vehicle or boat connection only)
NOTE: Select models include two positive and two negative DC terminals. Using the same connection architecture illustrated in the diagrams, run two 2/0 gauge cables from the Inverter/Charger’s
two negative terminals to the battery’s single negative terminal; run two 2/0 gauge cables from the Inverter/Charger’s two positive terminals, through two UL-listed fuses and fuse blocks, or equivalent,
(one on each cable), to the battery’s single positive terminal. Use the equivalent of two 2/0 cables in all other connections within the battery system. Connection to two DC Terminals: It is acceptable to
use two cables to connect your battery to only one positive and one negative DC terminal, however, your Inverter/Charger will provide reduced output power. It doesn’t make a difference which
positive and negative terminal you choose for the connection because both positive terminals are internally bonded and both negative terminals are also internally bonded. In this connection, you
must run one positive cable through one user-supplied UL-listed fuse and fuse block.
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AC Input/Output Connection
To avoid overloading your Inverter/Charger, be sure to match the power requirements of the equipment you plan to run at any one time (add their
total watts) with the output wattage capacity of your Inverter/Charger model (see Specifications). When figuring the power requirements
of your equipment, do not confuse “continuous” wattage with “peak” wattage ratings. Most electric motors require extra power at start-up
(“peak” wattage) than required to run continuously after start-up, sometimes over 100% more. Some motors, such as in refrigerators and
pumps, start and stop intermittently according to demand, requiring “peak” wattage at multiple, unpredictable times during operation.
• DoubleBoost™ Feature
Tripp Lite Inverter/Chargers deliver up to twice their nameplate
rated wattage for up to 10 seconds,* providing the extra power
needed to cold start heavy-duty tools and equipment.
• OverPower™ Feature
Tripp Lite Inverter/Chargers deliver up to 150% of their name
plate rated wattage for up to 1 hour,* providing plenty of reserve
power to reliably support tools and equipment longer.
* Actual duration depends on battery age, battery charge level and ambient temperature.
Connection for Models with Cords and Receptacles
Plug the Inverter/Charger’s AC input cord into an outlet providing 120V AC, 60Hz. power. Make sure that the circuit you connect your
Inverter/Charger to has adequate overload protection, such as a circuit breaker or a fuse. To make use of AC output (either utility/generator
pass-through power or inverter power) simply plug your equipment into the Inverter/Charger's AC receptacles. Any equipment you connect
to it will benefit from your Inverter/Charger’s built-in ISOBAR® surge protection!
Warning! Consult a qualified electrician and follow all applicable electrical codes
and requirements for hardwire connection. Disconnect both DC input and AC utility
supply before attempting hardwiring.
Connection for Models with Hardwire Terminals
Remove the screws and cover plate over the hardwire terminal box. Remove the knockout covers closest to the desired electrical source and
to your equipment. Attach ½" diameter conduits (user-supplied) to the knockouts and thread wires through. Connect the conduits to each
other with the ground bond connection supplied.
Ground*
• Connect the incoming and outgoing ground wires to the ground (green) terminal
AC Input
• Connect the incoming hot wire to the input hot (brown) terminal 2 .
• Connect the incoming neutral wire to the input neutral (blue) terminal
3
AC Output
• Connect the outgoing hot wire to the output hot (black) terminal 4 .
• Connect the outgoing neutral wire to the output neutral (white) terminal
• Replace cover plate and tighten screws.
1
.
.
5
.
5
4
1
3
2
OUTPUT/NEUTRAL
OUTPUT/HOT
GROUND
INPUT/NEUTRAL
INPUT/HOT
“FOR USE WITH COPPER WIRE ONLY”
* If the incoming conduit only contains two wires (hot and neutral), the incoming conduit must be bonded to the main ground lug on the
unit. In any case, the incoming conduit must be bonded to earth or vehicle ground, and the incoming conduit must be bonded to the
outgoing conduit.
Redundant Switch/Indicator Light Panel (available on select models)
Additional top mounted switch/indicator light panel allows easy control and monitoring when
Inverter/Charger is mounted. Activate by setting Operating Mode Switch (located on the front panel)
to “AUTO/REMOTE.” Top panel indicator light function is identical to the front panel indicator
lights. Top panel “AUTO” and “CHRG ONLY” (Charge Only) switch settings are identical to the
front panel Operating Mode Switch settings.
Service
If you are returning your Inverter/Charger to Tripp Lite, please pack it carefully, using the ORIGINAL PACKING MATERIAL that came
with the unit. Enclose a letter describing the symptoms of the problem. If the Inverter/Charger is within the warranty period, enclose a copy
of your sales receipt. To obtain service you must obtain a Returned Material Authorization (RMA) number from Tripp Lite or an authorized
Tripp Lite service center.
Maintenance
Your Inverter/Charger requires no maintenance and contains no user-serviceable or replaceable parts, but should be kept dry at all times.
Periodically check, clean and tighten all cable connections as necessary, both at the unit and at the battery.
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Troubleshooting
Try these remedies for common Inverter/Charger problems before calling for assistance. Call Tripp Lite Customer Service at (773) 869-1234
before returning your unit for service.
Battery Indicator Lights
Operating Mode Switch
MAX
(GREATER
LOAD
ON)
SYMPTOM
OFF
(LESSER
LOAD
ON)
Operation Indicator Lights
PROBLEMS
CORRECTIONS
No AC Output
Unit is not properly connected to utility power.
Connect unit to utility power.
(All Indicator Lights Are OFF)
Operating Mode Switch is set to “OFF” and
AC input is present.
Set Operating Mode Switch to “AUTO/REMOTE” or “CHARGE ONLY.”
This is normal when the Operating Mode Switch
is set to “CHARGE ONLY” and AC input is absent.
No correction is required. AC output will return when AC input
returns. Set Operating Mode Switch to “AUTO/REMOTE” if you
require AC output.
Circuit breaker is tripped.
Reset circuit breaker.
Unit has shut down due to battery overcharge (preventing
battery damage). The problem may be with connected
auxiliary chargers, if any, or with the unit’s charger.
Disconnect any auxiliary chargers. Reset by moving Operating
Mode Switch to “OFF.” Wait 1 minute and switch to “AUTO/REMOTE”
or “CHARGE ONLY.” If unit remains in shutdown mode after several
attempts to reset, contact Tripp Lite Customer Service for assistance.
Unit has shut down due to excessive battery discharge.
Use an auxiliary charger* to raise battery voltage. Check external
battery connections and fuse. Unit automatically resets when
condition is cleared.
Unit has shut down due to overload.
Reduce load. Reset by moving Operating Mode Switch to “OFF.”
Wait 1 minute. Switch to “AUTO/REMOTE” or “CHARGE ONLY.”
Battery Not Recharging
Connected batteries are dead.
Check and replace old batteries.
(AC Input Present)
Battery fuse* is blown.
Check and replace fuse.*
Battery cabling* is loose.
Check and tighten or replace cabling.*
Unit has shut down due to battery overcharge (preventing
battery damage). The problem may be with connected
auxiliary chargers, if any, or with the unit’s charger.
Disconnect any auxiliary chargers. Reset by moving Operating Mode
Switch to “OFF.” Wait 1 minute and switch to “AUTO/REMOTE” or
“CHARGE ONLY.” If unit remains in shutdown mode after several
attempts to reset, contact Tripp Lite Customer Service for assistance.
Input circuit breaker is tripped.
Reset circuit breaker.
All Three Battery Indicator Lights
Are Slowly Flashing
(½ Second Flashes)
Battery is excessively discharged.
Use an auxiliary charger* to raise battery voltage. Check external
battery connections and fuse. Unit automatically resets when
condition is cleared.
All Three Battery Indicator Lights
Are Rapidly Flashing
(¼ Second Flashes)
Battery is overcharged. Unit will shut down to prevent
battery damage. The problem may be with connected
auxiliary chargers, if any, or with the unit’s charger.
Disconnect any auxiliary chargers. Reset by moving Operating Mode
Switch to “OFF.” Wait 1 minute and switch to “AUTO/REMOTE”
or “CHARGE ONLY.” If unit remains in shutdown mode after several
attempts to reset, contact Tripp Lite Customer Service for assistance.
Red “LOW” Battery
Indicator Light is Flashing
Battery voltage is low. Unit will automatically shut down
after 5 seconds to protect battery from damage.
Make sure that AC power is present in order to recharge batteries.
Reset by moving Operating Mode Switch to “OFF then to
“AUTO/REMOTE” or “CHARGE ONLY.”
False reading due to undersized or insufficiently connected
DC cabling.
Use sufficient size DC cable sufficiently connected to the
Inverter/Charger.
Red “LOAD” Operation
Indicator Light Flashing
Inverter is overloaded. Unit will automatically shut down
after 5 seconds.
Reduce load. Reset by moving Operating Mode Switch to “OFF.”
Wait 1minute. Switch to “AUTO/REMOTE” or “CHARGE ONLY.”
Green “BOOST” or “CUT” Indicator Lights
(available on select models) Flashing
This is a normal function.
No action is required on the user’s part.
* User-supplied.
Limited Warranty
Tripp Lite warrants its Inverter/Chargers to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one year (except for outside of U.S.A., Canada and Mexico—120 days) from the date of retail purchase by end user
Tripp Lite’s obligation under this warranty is limited to repairing or replacing (at its sole option) any such defective products. To obtain service under this warranty you must obtain a Returned Material Authorization (RMA) number from Tripp Lite or an authorized
Tripp Lite service center. Products must be returned to Tripp Lite or an authorized Tripp Lite service center with transportation charges prepaid and must be accompanied by a brief description of the problem encountered and proof of date and place of
purchase. This warranty does not apply to equipment which has been damaged by accident, negligence or misapplication or has been altered or modified in any way, including opening of the unit’s casing for any reason. This warranty applies only to the
original purchaser who must have properly registered the product within 10 days of retail purchase.
EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, TRIPP LITE MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Some states do not permit limitation or
exclusion of implied warranties; therefore, the aforesaid limitation(s) or exclusion(s) may not apply to the purchaser.
EXCEPT AS PROVIDED ABOVE, IN NO EVENT WILL TRIPP LITE BE LIABLE FOR DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF THE USE OF THIS PRODUCT, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE
POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE. Specifically, Tripp Lite is not liable for any costs, such as lost profits or revenue, loss of equipment, loss of use of equipment, loss of software, loss of data, costs of substitutes, claims by third parties, or otherwise.
WARRANTY REGISTRATION
Visit www.tripplite.com/warranty today to register the warranty for your new Tripp Lite product. You'll be automatically entered into a drawing for a chance to win a FREE Tripp Lite product!*
* No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. Some restrictions apply. See website for details.
Regulatory Compliance Identification Numbers
For the purpose of regulatory compliance certifications and identification, your Tripp Lite product has been assigned a unique series number. The series number can be found on the product nameplate label, along with all required approval markings
and information. When requesting compliance information for this product, always refer to the series number. The series number should not be confused with the marking name or model number of the product.
Tripp Lite has a policy of continuous improvement. Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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