SUO ISH 990-4541 MN01 EN.fm
Smart-UPS® Output Hardwire Kit
SURT 14/18 kVA 200 Vac
15/20 kVA 208/240 Vac Stack/RM 6U
Hardwire the UPS
Wiring Specifications
Input Connections
Utility Input
Wire to L1, N/L2, ground
Output Connections
Hardwire
Wire to L1, N/L2, ground
PDU
XL battery pack PDU to UPS: Wire L1, N/L2, ground
System
Wiring
Voltage
Current
Full Load
(maximum)
External Input Circuit
Breaker
(typical)
Wire Size
(typical)*
SURT14K
Input
200 Vac
80 A
100 A / 2-pole
25 mm2
(2 AWG)
Output
200 Vac
70 A
not required
25 mm2
(2 AWG)
Input
208/240 Vac
80 A
100 A / 2-pole
25 mm2
(2 AWG)
Output
208/240 Vac
72 A
not required
25 mm2
(2 AWG)
Input
200 Vac
100 A
125 A / 2-pole
35 mm2
(1 AWG)
Output
200 Vac
90 A
not required
35 mm2
(1 AWG)
Input
208/240 Vac
100 A
125 A / 2-pole
35 mm2
(1 AWG)
Output
208/240 Vac
96 A
not required
35 mm2
(1 AWG)
SURT15K
SURT18K
SURT20K
Wire gauges may vary. Adhere to national and local electrical codes when wiring this unit.
* Terminal screw tightening torque: 40 lb-in (4.5 N-m)
Acceptable input frequency range is 40 to 70 Hz.
Output voltage and frequency are user selectable only when UPS is in Load Disconnect mode.
Refer to display interface menu screens for available options.
Output wiring
Wiring must be performed by a qualified electrician.
Adhere to all national and local electrical codes.
Failure to follow these instructions may result in personal injury or equipment damage.
Connect load to UPS
There are two ways to connect the load to the UPS.
• Hardwire the load through the output wiring tray.
• Connect the load using the six output receptacles on the external battery pack.
Remove output wiring tray cover
Remove the screws that secure the cover and take the cover off the tray.
If hardwiring the load continue to the section below, Hardwire the
load.
Su0169b
If connecting the load using the six output receptacles on the external
battery pack, skip to “Install output wiring tray in UPS” on page 3.
2
Output Hardwire Kit SURT 14/18 kVA 200 Vac, 15/20 kVA 208/240 Vac Stack/Rack-Mount 6U
Hardwire the load
Remove appropriate circular knockout from output wiring tray.
2.
Install appropriate strain relief (not supplied), for hardwire cables.
3.
Connect ground terminal first. Then connect the remaining wires. Route wires through the knockout hole
to the terminal blocks. See diagram below. Refer to “Wiring Specifications” on page 1.
Su0350a
1.
Su0180b
Ensure OSJ is secured to
output wiring tray using five
screws supplied.
Install output wiring tray in UPS
Tighten the screws to secure the tray to the UPS.
Output Hardwire Kit SURT 14/18 kVA 200 Vac, 15/20 kVA 208/240 Vac Stack/Rack-Mount 6U
Su0348a
Insert the wiring tray into the appropriate slot on the UPS rear
panel.
3
Connect PDU to output wiring tray
1.
Remove the five screws securing the strain relief bar
on the output wiring tray.
2.
Connect the PDU on the external battery pack to the
output wiring tray.
3.
Replace the strain relief bar using the five screws
removed in step 1.
4.
Replace the covers using the screws removed
preciously.
su0169a
Output wiring tray
5x
Strain relief bar
su0156b
External battery pack with
PDU and six output
receptacles
Connect the load using external battery pack connectors
The PDU must be connected to the output wiring tray.
Refer to “Connect PDU to output wiring tray” on
page 4.
Connect the load to the UPS using the six output
receptacles on the external battery pack. Connect the
external battery pack to the UPS.
UPS
Ground wire
Connect the ground wire between the UPS and the
external battery pack.
Refer to the external battery pack user manual for
details on removing and securing the battery connector
safety covers.
External battery
pack
su0345a
Connect the external battery pack to the UPS by
plugging the external battery pack connectors into the
UPS rear panel connectors.
Six output connectors
Customer support and warranty information is available at the APC Web site, www.apc.com.
© 2011 APC by Schneider Electric. APC, the APC logo, and Smart-UPS are owned by Schneider
Electric Industries S.A.S., American Power Conversion Corporation, or their affiliated companies.
All other trademarks are property of their respective owners.
990-4541
6/2011
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