alarm codes - Riello UPS
INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on purchasing a UPS Vision product and welcome to Riello UPS! To use the support service offered by
Riello UPS, visit the site www.riello-ups.com
Our Company is a specialist in the design, development and manufacturing of uninterruptible power supplies (UPS).
The UPS described in this manual is a high quality product which has been carefully designed and built in order to
guarantee the highest levels of performance.
This device can be installed by anyone on the condition that they have READ THIS INSTALLTION AND USER
MANUAL CAREFULLY.
The UPS and the Battery Box generate DANGEROUS internal electrical voltages. All maintenance operations
must be carried out by suitably qualified operators.
This manual contains detailed instructions for using and installing the UPS and any additional Battery boxes.
For information on how to use and maximise the performance of your device, please retain the CD containing
this manual and read it carefully before operating the equipment.
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
In the development of its products, the company devotes abundant resources to analysing the environmental aspects.
All our products pursue the objectives defined in the environmental management system developed by the company in
compliance with applicable standards.
No hazardous materials such as CFCs, HCFCs or asbestos are used in this product.
When evaluating packaging, the choice of material has been made favouring recyclable materials.
For correct disposal, please separate and identify the type of material of which the packaging is made according to the
table below. Dispose of all material in compliance with applicable standards in the country in which the product is used.
DESCRIPTION
MATERIAL
Box
Cardboard
Packaging corner
Stratocell
Protective bag
Polythene
Accessories bag
Polythene
DISPOSING OF THE PRODUCT
The UPS and the Battery Box contain electronic PCBs and batteries which are considered TOXIC and HAZARDOUS
waste. When the product reaches the end of its operating life, dispose of it in accordance with applicable local legislation.
Disposing of the product correctly contributes to respecting the environment and personal health.
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The reproduction of any part of this manual, in whole or in part, is forbidden without the prior consent of the manufacturer.
In order to make improvements, the manufacturer reserves the right to modify the product described at any moment and without
notice.
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CONTENTS
PRESENTATION
4 UPS VIEWS
5 FRONT VIEW
5 REAR VIEW
6 DISPLAY PANEL VIEW
7 INSTALLATION
8 INITIAL CONTENT CHECK
8 INSTALLATION ENVIRONMENT
8 USE
9 CONNECTIONS AND SWITCHING ON FOR THE FIRST TIME
9 SWITCHING ON FROM THE MAINS
9 SWITCHING ON FROM THE BATTERY
9 SWITCHING OFF THE UPS
9 DISPLAY PANEL MESSAGES
10 UPS STATUS MESSAGES
10 MEASUREMENT DISPLAY AREA
11 CONFIGURING THE OPERATING MODE
12 POSSIBLE SETTINGS
12 ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS
12 SOFTWARE
13 MONITORING AND CONTROL SOFTWARE
13 CONFIGURATION SOFTWARE
13 UPS CONFIGURATION
14 COMMUNICATION PORTS
15 RS232 CONNECTOR
15 COMMUNICATION SLOT
15 BATTERY PACK REPLACEMENT
16 TROUBLESHOOTING
18 ALARM CODES
20 FAULT
20 LOCK
21 TECHNICAL DATA
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PRESENTATION
The VISION series is the ideal solution for high end users who require high security and versatility from their power
systems. The VISION is the best protection system available for network devices, servers and conventional storage
systems.
The VISION series is a range of UPS which utilises the very latest Line Interactive technology and sinusoidal output
voltage waveforms. This technology allows high efficiency and reduced energy consumption, whilst guaranteeing a high
level of protection against disturbances from the mains supply.
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UPS VIEWS
FRONT VIEW
Display
Removable front panel
Multipurpose buttons
Battery pack connector
ON/OFF Switch
Battery pack retention panel
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REAR VIEW
800VA / 1100VA Model
1500VA / 2000VA Model
Communication port RS232
Cooling fans
USB communication port
IEC 10A output socket
Circuit breaker
Energyshare
Communication Card Slots
IEC 10A input plug
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DISPLAY PANEL VIEW
“SEL” button (Select)
Load level indicator
“ON” button
Configuration area
“STAND-BY” button
Maintenance request
Regular operation
Timer
Mains operation
Measurement display area
Battery operation
Stand-by / alarm
AVR active
EnergyShare
Battery charge indicator
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INSTALLATION
INITIAL CONTENT CHECK
After opening the packaging, it is first necessary to check the contents.
The package must contain:
UPS
Schuko power cable - IEC 10A
2 IEC 10A connection cables
USB cable
RS232 cable
User manual CD + Safety manual
INSTALLATION ENVIRONMENT
The UPS and the Battery Box must be installed in ventilated, clean environments which are sheltered from bad weather.
The relative humidity in the environment must not exceed the maximum values shown in the Technical Data table.
The ambient temperature, whilst the UPS is in operation, must remain between 0 and 40°C, and the UPS must not be
positioned in places which are exposed to direct sunlight or to hot air.
The recommended operating temperature for the UPS and the batteries is between 20 and 25°C. The actual
operating life of the batteries is 5 years on average with an operating temperature of 20°C. If the operating
temperature reaches 30°C, the operating life is halved.
This is a category C2 UPS product. In a residential environment, this product may cause radio interference,
in which case the user may be required to take additional measures.
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USE
CONNECTIONS AND SWITCHING ON FOR THE FIRST TIME
1) Confirm that the installation upstream of the UPS is adequately protected against overloads and short circuits. It
is recommended that the rating of this protection is either 10A or 16A type B or C (depending on the UPS power
rating), always check prior to connection.
2)
Power the UPS using the input cable provided.
3) Press the ON/OFF switch located on the front panel.
4)
After a few moments, the UPS will switch on, the display will light up, there will be a beep and the
icon will
start to flash. The UPS is in stand-by mode: meaning that it is only consuming a small amount of power. The
microcontroller supervising the self-diagnoses is powered; the batteries are charging; and everything is ready
for UPS activation. Battery operation is also in stand-by mode provided that the timer is active.
5)
Ensure that the cables connecting any devices to the output sockets of the UPS do not exceed a maximum of
10m in length.
6)
Check which operating mode is set on the display and, if necessary, see the “Configuring operating modes”
paragraph to set the required mode. For advanced UPS configurations execute the software UPSTools which
can be downloaded from the web site www.riello-ups.com.
SWITCHING ON FROM THE MAINS
1)
Press the “ON” button for 1 second. After pressing it, all the icons on the display light up for 1 second and the
UPS beeps.
2)
Switch on the equipment connected to the UPS.
When switching on for the first time only: after 30 seconds, check that the UPS is operating correctly:
1) Simulate a blackout by disconnecting power to the UPS.
2) The load must continue to be powered, the
every 4 seconds.
icon on the display must light up and there must be a beep
3) When power is reconnected, the UPS must go back to operating from the mains.
SWITCHING ON FROM THE BATTERY
1) Press the ON/OFF switch located on the front panel.
2)
Hold down the “ON” button for at least 5 seconds. All the icons on the display light up for 1 second.
3)
Switch on the equipment connected to the UPS.
SWITCHING OFF THE UPS
In order to switch off the UPS, hold down the “STBY” button for at least 2 seconds. The UPS goes back to stand-by
mode and the
icon starts to flash:
1)
If the mains power is present, the ON/OFF switch must be pressed to completely turn off the UPS.
2)
During battery mode operation with the timer not set, the UPS automatically switches off after 30 seconds.
However if, the timer is set, press and hold down the "STBY" key for at least 5 seconds to turn off the UPS. For
complete shutdown, press the ON/OFF switch.
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DISPLAY PANEL MESSAGES
This chapter describes, in detail, the various information that can be displayed on the LCD.
UPS STATUS MESSAGES
ICON
STATUS
Fixed
Flashing
DESCRIPTION
Indicates a fault
The UPS is in stand-by mode
Fixed
Indicates regular operation
Fixed
The UPS is operating from the mains
Fixed
The UPS is operating from the battery. In this condition, the UPS emits
an acoustic signal (beep) at regular 4-second intervals.
Flashing
Low battery pre-alarm. Indicates that battery autonomy is coming to an
end. In this condition, the UPS emits a beep at regular 1-second
intervals.
Fixed
AVR active
Dynamic
Indicates the estimated percentage charge of the batteries
Dynamic
Indicates the percentage of charge applied to the UPS compared with
the nominal value.
Flashing
Maintenance is required. Contact the support centre.
Fixed
Indicates that the timer is active (programmed switch-on and switch-off).
The timer can be activated/deactivated using the software provided.
Flashing
1 minute until the UPS switches back on or 3 minutes until it switches off
Off *
The EnergyShare sockets are not configured. (Always active).
Using UPStools software an event associated with the EnergyShare
sockets was configured (e.g. end of discharge pre-alarm threshold) but
the sockets are active at this time.
The associated event occurred; the EnergyShare outlets have been
disconnected.
Continuous*
Flashing *
* For more information about the configuration of the EnergyShare sockets, see "Additional Features"
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MEASUREMENT DISPLAY AREA
The front panel can be used to display important UPS operating information. When the UPS is switched-on, the display
shows the main voltage value.
To display a different measurement, press the “SEL” button repeatedly until the desired measurement appears.
In the event of a fault/alarm (FAULT) or a lock (LOCK), the display will automatically show the type and code of the
corresponding alarm.
Some examples are shown below:
GRAPHIC EXAMPLE
(1)
DESCRIPTION
GRAPHIC EXAMPLE
(1)
DESCRIPTION
Mains voltage
Battery charge
percentage
Mains frequency
Total battery voltage
UPS output voltage
Applied load percentage
Output voltage frequency
Current absorbed by the
load
Residual battery autonomy
Temperature of the
electronics cooling
system inside the UPS
Fault / Alarm (2): the
corresponding code is
displayed
Lock (2): the
corresponding code is
displayed
(1)
The values shown in the images in the table are purely as an indication.
(2)
The FAULT / LOCK codes can only be displayed if they are active (presence of a fault/alarm or a lock).
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CONFIGURING THE OPERATING MODE
The area of the display shown in the figure displays the active operating
mode and allows the user to choose other modes directly from the
display panel.
HOW TO PROCEED:
•
To access the configuration area, hold down the “SEL” button for at least 3 seconds.
•
The icon corresponding to the mode currently set lights up.
•
To change the mode, press the “ON” button.
•
To confirm the mode chosen, hold down the “SEL” button for at least 3 seconds.
POSSIBLE SETTINGS
The UPS is designed to be configured in various operating modes:
•
L.I. normal operating mode
•
ECO is the mode with which the UPS consumes the least amount of power, and is therefore the most efficient
•
MODE using the UPS Tools software it is possible to customise the UPS operational characteristics.
ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS
MODE “BATTERY SWAP”
The “battery swap” mode ensures that the UPS remains in normal operation from the mains supply. In this condition the
load is powered directly by the input mains, any disruption in the mains directly affects the load.
ATTENTION:
PRIOR TO PERFORMING THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURE ENSURE THAT THE UPS IS NOT IN
BATTERY OPERATION MODE
Attention: even when the UPS is switched on, the load is disconnected in the event of a mains blackout.
If the input mains deviates from the established tolerances, the UPS automatically switches to Stdby mode and
disconnects the load.
To force the UPS into “battery swap” mode press and hold the ON and SEL keys at the same time for at least 4 sec.
The code "C02" appears on the display.
To return to the normal operation mode press the ON and SEL keys again for at least 4 sec.
PROGRAMMABLE AUXILIARY SOCKET (EnergyShare)
The EnergyShare sockets are outlets that allow for the automatic disconnection of the load applied to them in certain
operating conditions. The events that determine automatic disconnection of the EnergyShare sockets can be selected by
the user through the UPStools configuration software. For example, it is possible to select disconnection after a certain
period of battery operation; or when the pre-alarm threshold for battery discharge has been reached, or when an
overloading event occurs.
By default the Energyshare sockets are not configured and therefore function as other outlets.
The EnergyShare function is associated with an icon on the display whose meaning is explained in the paragraph
entitled “Display panel indications”
The presence and the number of these sockets depend on the UPS type, and they are distinguished by a different colour
with respect to other sockets.
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SOFTWARE
MONITORING AND CONTROL SOFTWARE
The PowerShield3 software guarantees effective, intuitive UPS management, displaying all the most important
information such as input voltage, applied load and battery capacity.
It is also able to perform shutdown operations and send e-mails, text messages and network messages automatically
when certain events (selected by the user) occur.
INSTALLATION OPERATIONS
1)
Connect one of the UPS’s communication ports to one of the PC’s communication ports using the cable
supplied.
2)
Download the software from the web site www.riello-ups.com selecting the specific operating system.
3)
Follow the installation program instructions.
4)
For more detailed information please read the user manual which can be downloaded from www.rielloups.com.
CONFIGURATION SOFTWARE
The UPStools software allows the configuration and full display of the status of the UPS via USB or RS232.
For a list of possible configurations available to the user, refer to the UPS Configuration paragraph.
INSTALLATION OPERATIONS
1)
Connect one of the UPS’s communication ports to one of the PC’s communication ports using the cable
supplied.
2)
Follow the installation instructions shown within the software manual which can be located in the UPSTools
directory or downloaded from the web site www.riello-ups.com.
CAUTION:
If the RS232 communication port is used, it is not possible to communicate with the USB port and vice
versa.
It is advisable to use a cable which is shorter than 3 metres for communication with the UPS.
To obtain additional communication ports with different functions, independent from the standard USB and
RS232 ports on the UPS, various accessories are available which can be inserted into the communication
card slot.
To check the availability of new, more updated software versions and for more information about the
accessories available, consult the website www.riello-ups.com.
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UPS CONFIGURATION
The table below illustrates all the possible configurations available to the user in order to best adapt the UPS for
individual requirements. It is possible to perform these operations using the UPStools software.
FUNCTION
DESCRIPTION
DEFAULT
POSSIBLE CONFIGURATIONS
Output frequency
Selects the nominal output
frequency
Auto
• 50 Hz
• 60 Hz
• Auto: automatic learning of the input frequency
Output voltage
Selects the nominal output
voltage
230V
Operating mode
Select one of the available
operating modes
L.I.
Power-off due to
minimum charge
Automatic UPS power-off in
battery operation mode if
the charge is lower than 5%
Disabled
• Enabled
• Disabled
Autonomy limit
Maximum battery operation
time
Disabled
• Disabled (complete battery discharge)
• (1 - 65000) sec. in 1 sec steps
Battery low
warning
Estimated autonomy time
remaining for the battery
low warning
3 min.
Battery test
Interval of time for
automatic battery test
Maximum charge
alarm threshold
the
Selects the user overcharge
limit
220 - 240 in 1V steps
• L.I.
• ECO
• OTHER (MODE)
(1 - 255) min. in 1 min steps
40 hours
• Disabled
• (1 - 1000) h in 1 hour steps
Disabled
• Disabled
• (0 - 103) % in 1% steps
• Always connected
• Disconnection after no. seconds of battery
operation
• Disconnection after no. seconds of the battery
discharge pre-alarm signal
• ... (see UPStools manual)
EnergyShare
Select the auxiliary socket
operating mode
Always
connected
Input frequency
tolerance range
Select the required input
frequency range for normal
operation
± 5%
(±3 - ±10) % in 1% steps
Power-on delay
Waiting time for automatic
switching back on after
mains power returns
5 sec.
• Disabled
• (1 - 255) sec. in 1 sec steps
Remote poweron/off function
Selects
the
function
associated with the RS232
connector.
Disabled
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•
•
•
•
Disabled
Remote ON
Remote OFF
Remote ON/OFF
COMMUNICATION PORTS
On the back of the UPS (see UPS Views), the following communication ports are present:
•
RS232 connector
•
USB connector
•
Expansion slot for additional communication cards
RS232 CONNECTOR
RS232 CONNECTOR
PIN #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SIGNAL
Programmable output *:
[default: UPS in lock]
TXD
RXD
Programmable input **:
[default: disabled]
GND
Power supply DC (Imax = 20mA)
Programmable input **:
[default: disabled]
Programmable output *:
[default: low battery pre-alarm]
Programmable output *:
[default: battery operation]
NOTES
(*) Opto-isolated contact max. +30Vdc / 35mA.
These contacts can be associated with other events using
the software provided
(**) Opto-isolated command +5 - 15Vdc.
These contacts can be associated with other events using
the software provided
For further information about interfacing with the UPS, refer to
the manual provided
COMMUNICATION SLOT
The UPS is equipped with an expansion slot for optional communication
cards (see figure on right) which allows the device to communicate using
the main communication standards.
Some examples:
•
Second RS232 and USB port
•
Serial duplicator
•
Ethernet network card with TCP/IP, HTTP and SNMP protocols
•
JBUS / MODBUS protocol converter card
•
PROFIBUS protocol converter card
•
Card with relay isolated contacts
To check the availability of other accessories, visit the website www.riello-ups.com.
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BATTERY PACK REPLACEMENT
The UPS is also equipped with a dedicated battery pack that allows for easy replacement of batteries (hot swap) in
complete safety, thanks to the protected connection system.
•
WHEN THE BATTERY PACK IS DISCONNECTED, THE LOADS CONNECTED TO THE UPS ARE
NOT PROTECTED IN THE EVENT OF A MAINS FAILURE
•
THE BATTERY PACK IS VERY HEAVY. USE EXTREME CAUTION WHEN REPLACING IT.
1.
Set the UPS in “battery swap” mode by pressing and holding both the ON and SEL button for 4 seconds (See
par. USE / Operating mode configuration) on the display will appear the code “C02” NOTE: in this condition the
load is powered from the mains supply.
2.
The battery pack is positioned behind the UPS front panel. Remove the front panel as shown in the figure
below. Disconnect the connector that connects the battery pack to the UPS.
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3.
Remove the battery pack's retention panel carrying out the operations shown in the figure below.
4.
Slip off the battery pack pulling it towards the outside, as shown in the figure below. Be careful when extracting
and lifting up the battery pack as it is heavy.. ATTENTION: the new battery pack must contain the same number
and type of batteries (see the label located on the battery pack near the connector).
5.
Insert the new battery pack into the compartment, sliding it into the UPS Replace the battery pack retaining
plate. Connect the battery pack cable to the UPS and close the front panel. Set the UPS to normal operation
mode by pressing ON + SEL for at least 4 seconds.
6.
Make sure that the display does not show the code C02.
7.
Press the ON key for 5 seconds to start the battery status verification procedure.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Irregular UPS operation is not always an indication of a fault, and can be due to minor or easy-to-resolve issues
It is therefore advisable to consult the table below as it contains information which is useful for solving the most common
UPS problems.
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
ON/OFF SWITCH NOT
PRESSED
Press the ON/OFF switch on the front panel.
MAIN CONNECTION CABLE
Check that the power cable is connected correctly.
MISSING
THE DISPLAY DOES NOT
LIGHT UP
NO MAINS VOLTAGE
(BLACKOUT)
Check that the power reaches the socket where the UPS
is connected (try it with a table lamp, for example).
INTERVENTION OF THE
INPUT CIRCUIT BREAKER
If present, reset the circuit breaker by pressing the
button on the back of the UPS.
CAUTION: Check that there is no output overload to the
UPS.
THE UPS IS IN STAND-BY
MODE
Press the “ON” button on the front panel to power the
loads.
NO CONNECTION TO THE
LOAD
Check the connection to the load.
THE INPUT VOLTAGE IS
OUTSIDE THE PERMITTED
TOLERANCE RANGE FOR
MAINS OPERATION
Problem with the mains. Wait until the input mains
voltage returns within the tolerance range. The UPS will
automatically return to mains operation.
INTERVENTION OF THE
INPUT CIRCUIT BREAKER
If present, reset the circuit breaker by pressing the
button on the back of the UPS.
CAUTION: Check that there is no output overload to the
UPS.
THE UPS DOES NOT
COME ON AND THE
DISPLAY SHOWS THE
CODE: A06, A08
THE TEMPERATURE OF
THE UPS IS LOWER THAN
0°C
Check the temperature of the environment in which the
UPS is located; if it is too low, bring it past the minimum
threshold (0°C).
THE DISPLAY SHOWS
THE FOLLOW CODES:
L11
INPUT RELAY FAULTY
Switch off and disconnect the UPS from the power
supply and contact the support centre.
THE DISPLAY IS ON BUT
THE LOAD IS NOT
POWERED
THE UPS IS OPERATING
FROM THE BATTERY
DESPITE THE PRESENCE
OF MAINS VOLTAGE
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PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
THE BUZZER SOUNDS
CONTINUOUSLY AND
THE DISPLAY SHOWS
ONE OF THE FOLLOWING
CODES: A54, F50, F51,
F52, L50, L51, L52
THE LOAD APPLIED TO
THE UPS IS TOO HIGH
Reduce the load to within the threshold of 100% (or user
threshold in the case of code A54).
If the display shows a lock, remove the load and switch
the UPS off and back on again.
THE DISPLAY SHOWS
THE FOLLOW CODE: A61
REPLACE THE BATTERIES
Contact the support centre for battery replacement.
THE DISPLAY SHOWS
THE FOLLOW CODE: A62
BATTERY MISSING OR NOT
Check that the battery pack is present and connected
CONNECTED
THE DISPLAY SHOWS
THE FOLLOW CODE: A63
THE BATTERIES ARE FLAT;
THE UPS IS WAITING FOR Wait until the batteries have recharged or force powerTHE BATTERY VOLTAGE
on manually by holding down the “ON” button for at least
TO EXCEED THE SET
2 seconds.
THRESHOLD
THE BUZZER SOUNDS
CONTINUOUSLY AND
THE DISPLAY SHOWS
THE FOLLOW CODE: F38
THE UPS IS
If possible, disconnect the power to the load, switch the
MALFUNCTIONING; IT WILL UPS off and back on again; if the problem occurs again,
PROBABLY LOCK SOON
call the support centre.
THE BUZZER SOUNDS
CONTINUOUSLY AND
THE DISPLAY SHOWS
ONE OF THE FOLLOWING
CODES: F04, L04
THE TEMPERATURE OF
THE HEATSINKS INSIDE
THE UPS IS TOO HIGH
Check that the temperature of the environment in which
the UPS is located does not exceed 40°C.
THE BUZZER SOUNDS
THERE IS A FAULT ON ONE
CONTINUOUSLY AND
Disconnect all the utilities, switch the UPS off and back
OR MORE OF THE
THE DISPLAY SHOWS
on again, reconnect the utilities one at a time to identify
UTILITIES POWERED BY
ONE OF THE FOLLOWING
which one is faulty.
THE UPS
CODES: F53, L53
THE BUZZER SOUNDS
CONTINUOUSLY AND
THE DISPLAY SHOWS
ONE OF THE FOLLOWING
CODES: F60, L05, L07,
L13, L20, L21, L40, L41,
L42, L43
THE UPS IS
MALFUNCTIONING
If possible, disconnect the power to the load, switch the
UPS off and back on again; if the problem occurs again,
call the support centre.
THE DISPLAY SHOWS
ONE OF THE FOLLOWING
CODES: C01, C02, C03
A REMOTE COMMAND IS
ACTIVE
If unwanted, check the status of the command inputs on
any optional contact card.
THE DISPLAY SHOWS
C02
THE “BATTERY SWAP”
MODE IS ACTIVATED”
To exit from the “battery swap” mode, press and hold the
ON/SEL buttons for at least 4 seconds
ATTENTION:
The UPS in case of a permanent failure will be not able to supply the load. To ensure total protection of
your equipment we suggest you install an ATS device (Automatic Transfer Switch) or an external automatic
by-pass.
For more information visit www.riello-ups.com
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ALARM CODES
Using a sophisticated self-diagnosis system, the UPS is able to check its own status for any anomalies and/or faults
which may occur during normal operation and display them on the display panel. If there is a problem, the UPS signals
the event by showing the code and the type of active alarm on the display (FAULT and/or LOCK).
FAULT
FAULT alerts can be divided into three categories:
¾
¾
Anomalies: these are “minor” problems which do not cause the lock of the UPS but reduce performance or
prevent certain functions from being used.
CODE
DESCRIPTION
A06
A08
A54
A61
A62
A63
Sensor1 temperature under 0°C
Sensor2 temperature under 0°C
Load percentage greater than the user threshold set
Replace batteries
Batteries missing or Battery Box missing or not connected
Waiting for battery charging
Alarms: these are more critical problems than anomalies because, if they persist, they could cause the UPS to
lock in a very short time.
CODE
DESCRIPTION
F04
F05
F07
F38
F50
F51
F52
F53
F60
Heatsink over temperature
Temperature sensor1 faulty
Temperature sensor2 faulty
Battery charger faulty
Overload: load > 103%
Overload: load > 110%
Overload: load > 150%
Short circuit
Battery overvoltage
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¾
Active commands: Indicates the presence of an active remote command.
CODE
DESCRIPTION
C01
C02
C03
C04
Remote control 1 (Switch On/Off)
Remote control 2 (Load supplied by the mains)
Remote control 3 (Switch On/Off)
Battery test in progress
LOCK
LOCK alerts are normally preceded by an alarm signal and their scale leads to the powering-off of the inverter with the
load being powered by the bypass line (this procedure is excluded for locks due to serious, persistent overloads and
short circuits).
CODE
DESCRIPTION
L04
L05
L07
L11
L13
L20
L21
L40
L41
L42
L43
L50
L51
L52
L53
Heatsink over temperature
Temperature sensor1 faulty
Temperature sensor2 faulty
Input relay faulty
Capacitor pre-charge failed
Capacitor bank undervoltage
Capacitor bank overvoltage
Inverter overvoltage
Continuous output voltage
Incorrect inverter voltage
Inverter undervoltage
Overload: load > 103%
Overload: load > 110%
Overload: load > 150%
Short circuit
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TECHNICAL DATA
UPS MODELS
VST 800
VST 1100
VST 1500
VST 2000
INPUT
Nominal voltage
[Vac]
220 - 230 - 240
Maximum operating voltage
[Vac]
300
Nominal frequency
[Hz]
50 - 60
Rated current (1)
[A]
BATTERY
Recharge time (standard versions)
No. of internal batteries
[h]
3.9
5.3
7.4
9.7
< 4h for 80% of the load
2
2
4
4
OUTPUT
[Vac]
Selectable: 220 / 230 / 240
Frequency
[Hz]
Selectable: 50, 60 or self-learning
Nominal power
[VA]
800
1100
1500
2000
Nominal power
[W]
640
880
1200
1600
Nominal voltage (2)
From mains:
locked after 5 min
From battery:
locked after 60 sec
From mains:
locked after 10 sec
From battery:
locked after 5 sec
From mains:
locked after 1 sec
From battery:
locked 0.5 sec
Overloading: 100% < load < 110%
Overloading: 110% < load < 150%
Load overload > 150%
OTHER DATA
Leakage current towards ground
Room temperature (3)
[mA]
1
[°C]
0 – 40
Humidity
< 90% without condensation
excessive battery discharge - over current - short circuit - over
voltage - under voltage - thermal
Protection devices
Dimensions W x D x H
Weight
[mm]
[Kg]
120 x 443 x 247
10.5
11.3
160 x 443 x 247
17.5
18.5
For additional details regarding technical data refer to website www.riello-ups.com
(1)
@ rated load, rated voltage of 220 Vac, battery charging
(2)
To maintain output voltage within the accuracy range specified, recalibration may be necessary after a long period of operation
(3)
20 - 25 °C for longer battery life
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