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Installation Guide Smart-UPS™On-Line
SRT5K/6K Tower/Rack-Mount 3U/4U
Safety Messages
Read the instructions carefully to become familiar with the equipment before attempting to install, operate, service or
maintain the UPS. The following special messages may appear throughout this manual or on the equipment to warn of
potential hazards or to call attention to information that clarifies or simplifies a procedure.
The addition of this symbol to a Danger or Warning product safety label indicates that an electrical hazard
exists which will result in personal injury if the instructions are not followed.
The addition of this symbol to a Warning or Caution product safety label indicates that a hazard exists that
can result in injury and product damage if the instructions are not followed.
Inform
DANGER
DANGER indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious
injury.
WARNING
WARNING indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious
injury.
CAUTION
CAUTION indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in minor or moderate
injury.
NOTICE
NOTICE is used to address practices not related to physical injury.
Safety and General Information
• Adhere to all national and local electrical codes.
• All wiring must be performed by a qualified electrician.
• Changes and modifications to this unit not expressly approved by APC could void the warranty.
• This UPS is intended for indoor use only.
• Do not operate this UPS in direct sunlight, in contact with fluids, or where there is excessive dust or humidity.
• Be sure the air vents on the UPS are not blocked. Allow adequate space for proper ventilation.
• For a UPS with a factory installed power cord, connect the UPS power cable directly to a wall outlet. Do not use
surge protectors or extension cords.
• The battery typically lasts for two to five years. Environmental factors impact battery life. Elevated ambient
temperatures, poor quality mains power, and frequent short duration discharges will shorten battery life.
• The equipment is heavy. Always practice safe lifting techniques adequate for the weight of the equipment.
• The batteries are heavy. Remove the batteries before installing the UPS and external battery packs (XLBPs), in a
rack.
• Always install XLBPs at the bottom in rack-mount configurations. The UPS must be installed above the XLBPs.
• Always install peripheral equipment above the UPS in rack-mount configurations.
• Additional safety information can be found in the Safety Guide supplied with this unit.
Deenergizing safety
The UPS contains internal batteries and may present a shock hazard even when disconnected from the branch circuit (mains).
Before installing or servicing the equipment verify the following:
• Mains circuit breaker is in the OFF position
• Internal UPS batteries are removed
• XLBP battery modules are disconnected
Electrical safety
• For models with a hardwired input, the connection to the branch circuit (mains) must be performed by a
qualified electrician.
• 230 V models only: In order to maintain compliance with the EMC directive for products sold in Europe, output
cords attached to the UPS must not exceed 10 meters in length.
• The protective earth conductor for the UPS carries the leakage current from the load devices (computer
equipment). An insulated ground conductor is to be installed as part of the branch circuit that supplies the UPS.
The conductor must have the same size and insulation material as the grounded and ungrounded branch circuit
supply conductors. The conductor will typically be green and with or without a yellow stripe.
• The UPS input ground conductor must be properly bonded to protective earth at the service panel.
If the UPS input power is supplied by a separately derived system, the ground conductor must be properly
bonded at the supply transformer or motor generator set.
Battery safety
• When replacing batteries, replace with the same number and type of batteries as originally installed in the
equipment.
• Batteries typically last for two to five years. Environmental factors impact battery life. Elevated ambient
temperatures, poor quality utility power, and frequent short duration discharges will shorten battery life.
Batteries should be replaced before end of life.
• Replace batteries immediately when the unit indicates battery replacement is necessary.
• Schneider Electric uses Maintenance-Free sealed Lead Acid batteries. Under normal use and handling, there is
no contact with the internal components of the battery. Over charging, over heating or other misuse of batteries
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can result in a discharge of battery electrolyte. Released electrolyte is toxic and may be harmful to the skin and
eyes.
• CAUTION: Before installing or replacing the batteries, remove jewelry such as wristwatches and rings.
High short circuit current through conductive materials could cause severe burns.
• CAUTION: Do not dispose of batteries in a fire. The batteries may explode.
• CAUTION: Do not open or mutilate batteries. Released material is harmful to the skin and eyes and may be
toxic.
Hardwire safety
• Verify that all branch circuit (mains) and low voltage (control) circuits are deenergized, and locked out before
installing cables or making connections, whether in the junction box or to the UPS.
• Wiring by a qualified electrician is required.
• Check national and local codes before wiring.
• Strain relief is required for all hardwiring.
• All openings that allow access to UPS hardwire terminals must be covered. Failure to do so may result in
personal injury or equipment damage.
• Select wire size and connectors according to national and local codes.
General information
• The UPS will recognize as many as 10 external battery packs connected to the UPS.
Note: For each XLBP added, increased recharge time will be required.
• The model and serial numbers are located on a small, rear panel label. For some models, an additional label is
located on the chassis under the front bezel.
• Always recycle used batteries.
• Recycle the package materials or save them for reuse.
FCC Class A radio frequency warning
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of
the FCC Rules. These limits are intended to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the
equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case
the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
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Package Contents
Inspect the contents upon receipt. Notify the carrier and dealer if the unit is damaged.
Included with all models
Front bezel
Console to DB9 cable
EPO Terminal block
User Documentation CD.
User Documentation
Temperature sensor probe
USB cable
Network Management
Utility CD
Strain relief
• Qty 1 for SRT5KXLI,
SRT5KHW models
• Qty 2 for 6K models
Included with Tower and SRT5KRMXLW-HW models only
• 2 pairs stabilizer brackets
• 4 flat head screws to secure tower stabilizer brackets to the UPS
Included with XLI/XLT-IEC models only
2 output power cords:
1.2 m in length
2 m in length
Included with Rack-Mount models only
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Rail Kit with instructions and hardware • 1 pair rack-mount brackets
for installing rails in a rack.
• 8 flat head screws to secure rack-mount brackets to the UPS
• 4 ornamental screws to secure rack-mount brackets to the rails
• 2 cage nuts
x2
x8
x4
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Specifications
For additional specifications refer to the APC web site, www.apc.com.
Environmental
Temperature
Maximum Elevation
Operating
0º to 40º C (32º to 104º F)
Storage
-15º to 45º C (5º to 113º F)
Operating
0 - 3,000 m (0 - 10,000 ft)
Storage
0 - 15,000 m (50,000 ft)
Humidity
0% to 95% relative humidity, non-condensing
Protection Class
IP 20 rating
Note: Charge the battery modules every six months during storage.
Environmental factors impact battery life. Elevated ambient temperatures, high humidity, poor quality mains power,
and frequent short duration discharges will shorten battery life.
Physical
SRT5K model
The UPS is heavy. Follow all lifting guidelines.
Lifting guidelines
>55 kg (>120 lb)
Unit weight batteries included, without
packaging
56.6 kg (124.8 lb)
Unit weight batteries included, with
packaging
Rack-Mount models: 67.3 kg (148.4 lb)
Tower models: 64.36 kg (141.9 lb)
Unit dimensions without packaging
Height x Width x Depth
130 mm x 432 mm x 711 mm
5 in x 17 in x 28 in
Unit dimensions with packaging
Height x Width x Depth
330 mm x 610 mm x 960 mm
13 in x 24 in x 37.8 in
The model and serial numbers are on a small label located on the rear panel.
SRT6K model
The UPS is heavy. Follow all lifting guidelines.
Lifting guidelines
>55 kg (>120 lb)
Unit weight batteries included, without packaging
60 kg (132 lb)
Unit weight batteries included, with packaging
67 kg (147.4 lb)
Unit dimensions without packaging
Height x Width x Depth
174 mm x 432 mm x 719.4 mm
6.9 in x 17 in x 28.3 in
Unit dimensions with packaging
Height x Width x Depth
370 mm x 610 mm x 960 mm
14.6 in x 24 in x 37.8 in
The model and serial numbers are on a small label located on the rear panel.
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Battery
NOTICE
RISK OF EQUIPMENT DAMAGE
• Replace the battery at least every 5 years.
• Replace the battery immediately when the UPS indicates battery replacement is necessary.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in equipment damage
Battery type
Replacement battery module
Maintenance free, leak proof, sealed, lead acid
APCRBC140
This UPS has swappable battery modules.
Refer to the appropriate replacement battery user manual for installation
instructions.
Contact your dealer or go the APC web site, www.apc.com for
information on replacement batteries.
Number of battery modules
2 battery modules
Voltage for each battery module
Total voltage for the UPS
Ah rating
96 V
192 V
5.1 Ah per battery module
XLBP cable length
500 mm (19.7 in)
Electrical
Models
Rating
Online
SRT5KXLT
SRT5KRMXLT
SRT5KXLT-IEC
SRT5KRMXLT-IEC
5.4 kVA/4.8 kW at
208 V
Green Mode
4.8 kVA at 208 V
Branch Circuit Overcurrent Rating /
Building Circuit Breaker (CB) Current
Rating
30 A
6.0 kVA/4.8 kW at
240 V
5.5 kVA at 240 V
5 kVA/4.5 kW
5.0 kVA
40 A
6 kVA/6 kW
6.0 kVA
50 A
SRT5KXLI
SRT5KRMXLI
SRT5KRMXLW-HW
SRT6KXLT
SRT6KRMXLT
SRT6KXLT-IEC
SRT6KRMXLT-IEC
SRT6KXLI
SRT6KRMXLI
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Output
Output Frequency
50 Hz/60 Hz ± 3 Hz
Nominal Output Voltage
SRT5KRMXLW-HW: 208V, 220V, 230V, 240V
SRT5K/6KXLI, SRT5K/6KRMXLI: 220V, 230V, 240V
SRT5K/6KXLT/XLT-IEC, SRT5K/6KRMXLT/XLT-IEC: 208V, 240V
Input
Input Frequency
40 HZ/70 Hz ± 3 Hz
Nominal Input Voltage
SRT5KRMXLW-HW: 208 V, 220 V, 230 V, 240 V
SRT5K/6KXLI, SRT5K/6KRMXLI: 220 V, 230 V, 240 V
SRT5K/6KXLT/XLT-IEC, SRT5K/6KRMXLT/XLT-IEC: 208 V, 240 V
Remove Battery Modules
CAUTION
RISK OF FALLING EQUIPMENT
• The equipment is heavy. Each battery module weighs 17 kg (37 lb).
• Always practice safe lifting techniques adequate for the weight of the equipment.
• Remove the battery modules before installing the UPS.
• Use the battery module handle to slide the battery modules in or out of the UPS.
• Do not use the battery module handle to lift or carry the battery module.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in equipment damage and minor or moderate injury.
Use the battery module handle to lift and slide the battery modules out of the UPS.
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
s u08
1c
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
42 c

s u08
44a
4 3a
s u08
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Rack-Mount Installation
Refer to the Rail Kit Installation Guide for instructions on rail installation.
CAUTION
RISK OF FALLING EQUIPMENT
• The equipment is heavy. Always practice safe lifting techniques adequate for the weight of the equipment.
• Always use the recommended number of screws to secure brackets to the UPS.
• Always use the recommended number of screws and cage nuts to secure the UPS to the rack.
• Always install the UPS at the bottom of the rack.
• Always install the XLBP below the UPS in the rack.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in equipment damage and minor or moderate injury
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su08
5 3d

40 a
su 09


s u 08
54 b
c
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
d
su 0855

5a
su0 95


After the UPS is hardwired to branch circuit mains
complete steps 8-10.
56 a
su 08
a
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

58a
su08
59a
su08
Tower Installation
CAUTION
RISK OF FALLING EQUIPMENT
• The equipment is heavy. Each battery module weighs 17 kg (37 lb).
• Always practice safe lifting techniques adequate for the weight of the equipment.
• Remove the battery modules before installing the UPS.
• Use the battery module handle to slide the battery modules in or out of the UPS.
• Do not use the battery module handle to lift or carry the battery module.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in equipment damage and minor or moderate injury
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su 08
45 d

s u08


s u08
10
4 6c
47b
s u08
50 c
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
s u08
48c


After the UPS is hardwired to branch circuit mains
complete steps 7-9.
su08
48a
su08

Rotate the display panel clockwise, one quarter turn.
49a

su08
52a
s u08
51d
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Rear Panel Features
Note: Refer to the table “Key to identify rear panel features” on page 15, that provides a key to the callout numbers for
the rear panel graphics depicted in this manual.
Output: 50/60 Hz
220/230/240 VAC
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GROUP 2
16 AMP MAX
GROUP 1
10 AMP MAX
SRT5KXLI/SRT5KRMXLI
SRT5KXLT/SRT5KRMXLT
Output: 50/60 Hz
208//240 VAC
GROUP 1
20 AMP MAX
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GROUP 2
30 AMP MAX
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SRT5KXLT-IEC/SRT5KRMXLT-IEC
GROUP 1
15 AMP MAX
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GROUP 2
20 AMP MAX
Output: 50/60 Hz
208/240 VAC
su0881a
SRT5KRMXLW-HW
SRT6KXLI/SRT6KRMXLI
Output: 50/60 Hz
220/230/240 VAC
su0882a
GROUP 3
16 AMP MAX
GROUP 2
16 AMP MAX
GROUP 1
10 AMP MAX
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SRT6KXLT/SRT6KRMXLT
GROUP 1
20 AMP MAX
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GROUP 2
30 AMP MAX
GROUP 3
30 AMP MAX
Output: 50/60 Hz
208/240 VAC
SRT6KXLT-IEC/SRT6KRMXLT-IEC
Output: 50/60 Hz
208/240 VAC
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GROUP 3
20 AMP MAX
su0884a
GROUP 2
20 AMP MAX
GROUP 1
15 AMP MAX
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Key to identify rear panel features

SmartSlot
The SmartSlot can be used to connect optional management accessories.

External battery
power and
communication
connector
Use the external battery cable on the XLBP to connect the UPS and XLBP.
XLBPs provide extended runtime during power outages. The UPS will automatically recognize
up to 10 external battery packs.

Chassis ground
screws
The UPS and XLBPs have ground screws for connecting the ground leads. Prior to connecting a
ground lead, disconnect the UPS from mains power.

Hardwire output
box
SRT5KRMXLW-HW, SRT6KXLI, SRT6KRMXLI, SRT6KXLT, SRT6KRMXLT,
SRT6KXLT-IEC, SRT6KRMXLT-IEC models are equipped with a hardwire output box.
Refer to “Wiring Specifications” on page 16 for hardwire specifications.
Remove the knockouts. Use Snap-In strain reliefs (supplied).

EPO terminal
The Emergency Power Off (EPO) terminal allows the user to connect the UPS to a central EPO
system.

Serial Com
The Serial Com port is used to communicate with the UPS.
Use only interface kits supplied or approved by APC by Schneider Electric. Any other serial
interface cable will be incompatible with the UPS connector.

USB port
The USB port is used to connect either a server for native operating system communications, or
for software to communicate with the UPS.

Universal I/O port Use to connect:
• Temperature sensor AP9335T (supplied)
• Temperature/humidity sensor AP9335TH (not supplied)
• Relay input/output connector AP9810 (not supplied), supports two input contacts and one
output relay

Console port
Use the Console port to configure the network management features.

Network port
Use the Network port to connect the UPS to the network.

Reset button
Use the Reset button to restart the Network Management Interface.
Note: A restart of the Network Management Interface does not affect UPS operation.

AC input
power cable or
hardwire input
box
• SRT5KXLT, SRT5KRMXLT, SRT5KXLT-IEC, SRT5KRMXLT-IEC models have factory
installed input power cables.
• All other models are equipped with a hardwire input box.
Refer to “Wiring Specifications” on page 16.
Remove the knockouts. Use Snap-In strain reliefs (supplied).

Controllable
outlet group 1
Connect electronic devices to these outlets.

Controllable
outlet group 2
Connect electronic devices to these outlets.

Controllable
outlet group 3
Connect electronic devices to these outlets.

Circuit breaker
In the event an overload condition occurs, disconnect nonessential equipment.
Then reset the circuit breaker.
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Wiring Specifications
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
• Adhere to all national and local electrical codes.
• Wiring should be performed by a qualified electrician.
• Use Snap-In strain reliefs provided with the unit.
• The UPS must be wired into a branch circuit, equipped with a circuit breaker rated as specified in the tables
below.
• Actual wire size must comply with required amp capacity and national and local electrical codes.
• Recommended input terminal screw torque: 16 lbf-in (2 Nm).
Failure to follow these instructions can result in equipment damage and minor or moderate injury
SRT5K/6KXLT/SRT5K/6KXLT-IEC models
Input connections
Wire to L1, L2,
Output connections
Wire to L1, L2,
System
Wiring
SRT5KXLT
SRT5KRMXLT
SRT5KXLT-IEC
SRT5KRMXLT-IEC
SRT6KXLT
SRT6KRMXLT
SRT6KXLT-IEC
SRT6KRMXLT-IEC
Input
Output
Input
Output
Voltage
Current full
load, nominal
External input
circuit breaker,
(typical)
208/240 Vac
24 A
30 A/2-pole
L6-30
(provided with the
UPS)
50 A/2-pole
6 AWG
208/240 Vac
33 A
29 A
Wire size,
typical
SRT5KXLI/SRT6KXLI models
Input connections
Single phase: Wire to L, N,
Output connections
Wire to L, N
System
Wiring
Input
SRT5KXLI
SRT5KRMXLI
Output
SRT6KXLI
SRT6KRMXLI
Output
16
Input
Voltage
Current full
load, nominal
External input
circuit breaker,
(typical)
Wire size,
typical
220/230/240 Vac
24 A
40 A/2-pole
6 mm2
50 A/2-pole
10 mm2
220/230/240 Vac
32 A
28 A
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SRT5KRMXLW-HW
Input connections
Single phase: Wire to L, L2/N,
Output connections
Wire to L1, L2/N
System
SRT5KRMXLW-HW
Wiring
Voltage
Current full
load, nominal
Input
208/220/
230/240 Vac
26 A
Output
External input
circuit breaker,
(typical)
24 A
40 A/2-pole
Wire size,
typical
6 mm2
(8 AWG)
Hardwire the UPS
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
• Disconnect the mains input circuit breaker before installing or servicing the UPS or connected equipment.
• Disconnect internal and external batteries before installing or servicing the UPS or connected equipment.
• The UPS contains internal and external batteries that may present a shock hazard even when disconnected
from the mains.
• UPS AC hardwired and pluggable outlets may be energized by remote or automatic control at any time.
• Disconnect equipment from the UPS before servicing any equipment.
• Do not use the UPS as a safety disconnect.
• Use Snap-In strain reliefs provided with the unit.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in equipment damage and minor or moderate injury
Input hardwiring
SRT5K/6K models
Remove the 35 mm (1.38 in) knockout panels.
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UPS
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
s u0
862a
Output hardwiring
SRT5KRMXLW-HW models
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
su086
63 a
su 08
4a
L1
L2/N
x2

s u08
65a
x2
SRT6K models
Remove the 38.1 mm (1.5 in) knockout panels.

66 a
su 08
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a
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
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a
UPS Configuration
Connect Emergency Power Off feature
For instructions on how to connect the Emergency Power Off (EPO) switch, refer to the Operation and Maintenance
manual on the User Documentation CD (supplied).
Configure controllable outlet groups
The outlets on the UPS are grouped. To configure the controlled outlet features, use the Advanced menus on the
display interface and navigate to: Main Menu > Configuration > Outlets > Outlet Group.
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UPS Display Interface
 POWER ON/OFF button
Button illumination indications:
-No illumination, the UPS and the output
power are off
-White illumination, the UPS and the output
power are on
-Red illumination, the UPS is on and the
output power is off
 Load icon
Disable/mute audible alarm icon
LOAD
Output 230.0 v
On-Line
 UPS status information
1
2
 Operation mode icons
 ESCAPE button
 OK button
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 UP/DOWN buttons
 Controllable outlet group status icons
 Battery status icons
The icons on the LCD display interface screen may vary depending on the installed firmware version.
LOAD
Load icon: The approximate load capacity percentage is indicated by the number of load bar
sections illuminated. Each bar represents 16% of the load capacity.
Mute icon: Indicates the audible alarm is disabled/mute.
UPS Status Information
The status information field provides key information on the status of the UPS.
The Standard menu will allow the user to select one of the following screens.
The Advanced menu will scroll through the following five screens.
Input Voltage
Output Voltage
Output Frequency
Load
Runtime
In the case of a UPS event, status updates will be displayed defining the event or condition that has occurred.
The display screen illuminates amber to indicate a Message and red to indicate an Alert depending on the severity of the event
or condition.
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Operation Mode Icons
On-Line mode: The UPS is supplying conditioned mains power to connected equipment.
Bypass mode: The UPS is in Bypass mode and the connected equipment will receive mains power
as long as the input voltage and frequency are within the configured limits.
Green mode: When in Green mode mains power is sent directly to the load.
In the event of a mains power outage, there will be an interruption in power to the load of
up to 8 ms while the UPS switches to On-Line mode.
When enabling Green mode consideration should be given to devices that may be sensitive to
power fluctuations.
Battery mode: The UPS is supplying battery power to connected equipment.
Controllable Outlet Group Icons
Controllable Outlet Group Power Available: The number next to the icon identifies the specific
outlet groups that have available power.
Controllable Outlet Group Power Not Available: The number next to the icon identifies specific
outlet groups that do not have available power.
Battery Status Icons
Battery Charge Status: Indicates the battery charge status.
Battery Charge In Progress: Indicates the battery is charging.
Display interface operation
Use the UP/DOWN buttons to scroll through the options. Press the OK button to accept the selected option. Press the
ESC button to return to the previous menu.
Menu overview
The display interface has Standard and Advanced menu screens. The preference for Standard or Advanced menu
selections is made during initial installation and can be changed at any time through the Configuration menu.
The Standard menus include the most commonly used options.
The Advanced menus provide additional options.
Note: Actual menu screens may differ by model and firmware version.
Refer to the UPS Operation Manual for menu configuration details.
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LCD display interface angle adjustment
The angle of the LCD display interface can be adjusted for ease in viewing the displayed messages.
1. Remove the front bezel.
2. Locate the button on the bottom of the display interface panel.
3. Press the button and slide the bottom of the LCD display interface screen out. An audible click will be heard
when the screen reaches the maximum angle.
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26
a
Select models are ENERGY STAR® qualified.
For more information go to www.apc.com/site/recycle/index.cfm/energy-efficiency/energy-star/
Customer support and warranty information are available on the APC web site, www.apc.com.
© 2017 APC by Schneider Electric. APC, the APC logo, Smart-UPS and PowerChute are owned by
Schneider Electric Industries S.A.S. or their affiliated companies. All other trademarks are property of
their respective owners.
EN 990-5090D
3/2017
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