5000-7000-9000
5000 - 7 0 0 0 - 9 0 0 0 - 1 1 0 0 0 VA
GB
005 DRWNETRT-XX
Installation and operating manual
WARRANTY CERTIFICATE AND CONDITIONS
This SOCOMEC UPS appliance is guaranteed against possible defects of manufacture and materials, for a period of 12 months from
the date of purchase (local warranty conditions are applicable in addition to the general conditions). The present warranty certificate
should NOT be mailed, but kept by the customer together with the proof of purchase document, for use in the event of a claim being
made for repairs or replacement under warranty.
The warranty period runs from the date on which the new product was purchased by the end user at the showroom of an official
resaler (the reference data is that indicated on the proof-of-purchase document).
The warranty is offered on carry-in terms: components and labour for repairs supplied free of charge, and in the case of a replacement, the product to be returned to SOCOMEC UPS or to authorized service centres, at the customer’s own risk and expense.
To claim service under warranty, the user must abide by the following rules:
• The product is to be returned only in the original packing. Any damage occurring in transit to a product not in its original packing
will not be covered by the warranty;
• The product must be accompanied by proof of purchase: a document (delivery note, invoice, counter receipt) indicating the date
of the purchase, which must also indicate the essential identification data for the product (model, serial numer). The sender must
also attach the acceptance number issued to authorize the return of the product, together with a detailed description of the defect
encountered. If any of these elements is missing, the warranty will be invalidated. The authorization number is issued by service
centres over the telephone, after being informed of the malfunction in respect of which a claim is submitted;
• Should it be impossible to furnish proof of purchase, the serial number and date of manufacture will be used to calculate the
probable expiry date of the warranty; this could result in a reduction of the original warranty period.
The warranty on the product does not cover damage occasioned by thoughtlessness (improper use: wrong input power, explosions,
excessive humidity, temperature, poor ventilation, etc.), tampering or any unauthorized repair work.
During the warranty period, SOCOMEC UPS remains at liberty to decide whether the product should be repaired, or whether to
replace defective parts with new parts, or with used parts that are equivalent to new parts in terms of functionality and performance.
In the case of batteries, warranty is valid only if the battery has been recharged periodically in accordance with the manufacturer’s
directions. Accordingly, it is advisable to check, following purchase, that the date of the next recharge indicated on the packing
has not expired.
Optionals.
A 12-month carry-in warranty is offered on optionals.
Software products.
Software products are guaranteed for 90 days. The software is guaranteed to work substantially as indicated in the manual accompanying the product. Hardware media or accessories (e.g. diskettes, cables, etc.) used with appliances are guaranteed free of
material or manufacturing defects under normal conditions of use for a period of 12 months from the date of purchase.
On no account will SOCOMEC UPS ackowledge liability for damages (including loss of income, interruption of business activity, loss
of information or other economic losses, of whatever magnitude) deriving from the use of the product.
The present conditions are regulated by the laws of Italy. Disputes shall be submitted to the jurisdiction of the Vicenza Law
Courts.
SOCOMEC UPS retains the full and exclusive ownership rights over this document. Only a personal right to utilize the document for
the application indicated by SOCOMEC UPS is granted to the recipient of such document. All reproduction, modification, dissemination of this document whether in part or whole and by any manner are expressly prohibited except upon Socomec’s express
prior written consent.
This document is not a specification. SOCOMEC UPS reserves the right to make any changes to data without prior notice.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. SAFETY STANDARDS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
1.1 Important . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
1.2 Description of the symbols used on the labels applied to the unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
6
6
6
7
9
ENGLISH
2. INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.1 Environmental requirements for installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.2 Electrical requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.3 Vertical installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.4 Horizontal installation on rack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3. REAR VIEW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
4. CONNECTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
4.1 Connection terminal strips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
4.2 Connection of UPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
5. CONNECTION OF BATTERY EXTENSION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
5.1 Safety warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
5.2 Connection of battery extension . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
6. CONNECTION OF BY-PASS AND SINGLE UPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
6.1 Installation of BY-PASS and single UPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
6.2 Connection of BY-PASS to single UPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
7. CONNECTION OF BY-PASS AND UPS IN PARALLEL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.1 Vertical installation of BY-PASS and UPS in parallel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.2 Rack installation of BY-PASS and UPS in parallel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.3 Connection of BY-PASS and UPS in parallel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.4 Connection of BY-PASS to UPS in parallel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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8. MIMIC PANEL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
9. OPERATING MODES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9.1 Basic settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9.2 Operation in BY-PASS mode for maintenance purposes - single UPS . . . . . . . .
9.3 Operation in BY-PASS mode - UPS in parallel for maintenance purposes . . . . .
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10. COMMUNICATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10.1 Communication solutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10.2 RS232 interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10.3 Integrated WEB/SNMP card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10.4 Use of warning relay interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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11. MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
11.1 Minor troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
12. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
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1. SAFETY STANDARDS
1.1 Important
This manual should be kept carefully in a safe place near the UPS, so that it can be consulted by the operator at any time for any
information that may be needed regarding correct use of the unit. Read the manual carefully before connecting the unit to the a.c.
mains supply and to the downstream appliances. Before the UPS NETYS RT is put into commission, the user must be perfectly
familiar with its operation, with the position of all the controls and with the technical and functional characteristics of the unit, so as
to ensure there will be no risk to any persons or to the appliance itself.
• The electrical installation must be entrusted EXCLUSIVELY to a skilled engineer, following the instructions provided
exactly.
• Before being started up, the unit must be equipotentially bonded, in accordance with current safety regulations. The earth
wire of the UPS must then be connected to an efficient earth system.
• If the earth connection is not made, the appliances connected to the UPS will not be equipotentially bonded. In this situation,
the manufacturer declines all liability for any damage or accidents that could derive from failure to observe the requirements.
• Should a power outage occur (UPS in stand-alone mode), do not disconnect the power cord from the mains, as this will
break the earth connection to bonded appliances.
• All subsequent maintenance operations must be entrusted only to authorized service engineers. The UPS generates high
internal voltages that could be hazardous for a maintenance operative not in possession of the appropriate skills and training for
this type of work.
• If a hazard situation should arise at any moment when the UPS is in use, isolate the unit from the power supply (by operating
a switch at the upstream PDU if possible) and switch the appliance off completely by running the shutdown procedure.
• The UPS houses a source of electrical energy, namely its batteries. The output of the UPS may be under power even
when the appliance is not connected to the a.c. mains supply.
• Never force, break or attempt to open the batteries. These batteries are sealed, maintenance-free components containing substances that are harmful to health and a source of environmental pollution. If liquid can be seen leaking from the
battery, or a white powdery residue is noticeable, do not switch the UPS on.
• Avoid exposing the UPS to contact with water or any liquids generally. Do not allow foreign objects to come into contact
with the materials.
• If the appliance is to be scrapped, it must be entrusted exclusively to a specialist waste disposal company. These companies
will split up and dispose of the various components in accordance with statutory regulations in the country of purchase.
• Use the UPS in accordance with the technical specifications indicated in this manual (chapter 11).
• Avoid connecting the output neutral to earth. The UPS does not alter the function of mains neutral in any way; if neutral needs to
be modifed downstream of the UPS, an isolation transformer must be used.
• To meet the operating requirements for the Emergency Switch Device (ESD), a specific RJ11 input with remote ESD/EPO function
is available.
• In the event that the equipment has no automatic backfeed protection contactor device, make certain that:
- the user/installer attaches warning labels to all mains isolating switches located remotely from the area where the UPS is sited, in
order to inform service personnel that the circuit is connected to a UPS.
- an external isolating device is installed, as indicated in figure 1-1.
• The product you have selected, given the specified conditions of use, capacity and performance limits, is designed exclusively for
commercial and industrial service. The use of the product in “critical applications” could require compliance with statutory regulations and standards, or with specific local bylaws, or adaptation to SOCOMEC UPS recommendations. For this type of use, in any
event, it is advisable to contact SOCOMEC UPS beforehand for confirmation regarding the capacity of products to meet required
levels of safety, performance and reliability. The expression “critical applications” covers, in particular, life support systems, medical
applications, commercial transport, nuclear facilities or any other systems where failure of the product might on occasion cause
serious damage to persons or property.
WARNING!
This is a product for commercial and industrial application in the second environment – installation restrictions or
additional measures may be needed to prevent disturbances.
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2. SAFETY
1.2 Description of the symbols used on the labels applied to the unit
All the precautions and the warnings on the labels and plates on the inside and outside of the equipment should be respected.
DANGER! HIGH VOLTAGE (BLACK/YELLOW)
ENGLISH
GROUND TERMINAL
READ THE USER MANUAL BEFORE USING THE UNIT
5-11 kVA - Ref.: IOMNETRTXX01-GB 01
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2. INSTALLATION
2.1 Environmental requirements for installation
Consult the following check list when installing the UPS:
• NETYS RT units are designed for use in enclosed environments.
• Position the UPS on a flat and stable surface in a properly ventilated room, well away from heat sources and avoiding direct exposure to sunlight.
• Ambient temperature should be maintained between 0 °C and 40 °C, and relative humidity below 90% (without condensation);
the optimum temperature in terms of maximizing battery life is 15-20 °C.
• Check that the UPS will not be installed in a dust-laden environment.
• Be certain that a clearance of at least 20 cm is left on all sides of the unit to ensure adequate ventilation and provide access to the
rear panel.
• Take care not to stand the UPS or any other heavy object on cables.
• Check that the operating voltage and frequency settings are correct for the mains power supply at the installation site. Details for
the UPS will be found on the data plate affixed to the rear panel.
• When making the RS232 serial connection, use only the cables and accessories supplied or specified by the manufacturer.
• When the UPS is first used, it is advisable to leave the battery on charge for a minimum of 8 hours.
PRECAUTIONS IN THE EVENT OF DAMAGE
DO NOT OVERTURN THE BATTERIES.
Packing materials that have been broken, punctured or torn in such a way as to reveal the contents must be kept
separate in a secure area, and inspected by skilled staff. Any packing considered unsuitable for shipment of the
contents must be set aside immediately and kept secure, and the sender or recipient contacted.
2.2 Electrical requirements
The installation and the system must comply with pertinent national statutory regulations.
The fixed power distribution unit must include protection and isolation for the utility supply and the back-up supply. In the event that
a residual current device is installed on the UPS input line (optional), this must be located upstream of the power distribution unit.
The following table indicates the sizing of input protection devices that will ensure correct installation.
WARNING!
Use type B four-pole selective (S) RCDs Any leakage currents at the loads will be added to that of the UPS, so that
current peaks can occur during transients (loss and restoration of mains supply), although these will be of very
short duration. Where loads generate high leakage current, make certain the rating of the RCD is suitably matched.
In any event, always conduct a preliminary test for current leakage to eart
Electrical requirements
UPS
6
Thermal-magnetic switch
on input
Recommended selective
RCD on input
Minimum cable section
5 kVA
40 C
0,1 A type B
6 mm2
7 kVA
40 C
0,1 A type B
8 mm2
9 kVA
63 D
0,1 A type B
10 mm2
11 kVA
63 D
0,1 A type B
10 mm2
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2. INSTALLATION
2.3 Vertical installation
ENGLISH
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102 DRWNETRT-XX
2.3.1 UPS Installation
3
031 DRWNETRT-XX
2
115 DRWNETRT-XX
=
059 DRWNETRT-XX
=
4
1
4
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2. INSTALLATION
065 DRWNETRT-XX
068 DRWNETRT-XX
2.3.2 UPS installation with multiple battery
extensions
3
069 DRWNETRT-XX
059 DRWNETRT-XX
=
=
1
2
8
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033 DRWNETRT-XX
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2. INSTALLATION
2.4 Horizontal installation on rack
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1
122 DRWNETRT-XX
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3
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ENGLISH
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2.4.1 Rotation of mimic pannel
2. INSTALLATION
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2.4.2 Fitting rack brackets
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2. INSTALLATION
045 DRWNETRT-XX
064 DRWNETRT-XX
067 DRWNETRT-XX
ENGLISH
2.4.3 Rotation of battery extension panel
1
3
2
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2. INSTALLATION
2.4.4 Fixing to rack
1. Adapt the length of the tracks to fit the rack.
2. Secure the wing nuts.
3. Fix the track to the rack.
4. Slot in the UPS and tighten the screws.
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1
4
066 DRWNETRT-XX
2
3
MAX 100 kg
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061 DRWNETRT-XX
060 DRWNETRT-XX
MAX 100 kg
3. REAR VIEW
A
100
Network
RS232
10
EPO
PARALLEL
COM. SLOT
I
COM. SLOT
A
MINI COM. SLOT
G
SW
L
PARALLEL
EPO
L
I
RS232
H
H
ENGLISH
B
B
N
INPUT 230Vac 50/60Hz
L
F
L
E
L
111 DRWNETRT-XX
N
INPUT
230Vac 50/60Hz
E
5 kVA
7 kVA
B
131 DRWNETRT-XX
N
L
OUTPUT 230Vac 50/60Hz
N
OUTPUT
230Vac 50/60Hz
INPUT
BREAKER
230Vac 40A
D
F
EXTERNAL BATTERY CONNECTOR
240Vdc 32A(9KVA)/40A(11KVA)
DO NOT DISCONNECT
BATTERY CABLE UNDER LOAD
SMART SLOT
G
CAUTION:
C
SW
D
EXTERNAL BATTERY CONNECTOR
192Vdc 21.5A(5KVA)/30A(7KVA)
NOT DISCONNECT BATTERY
CAUTION:DO
CABLE UNDER LOAD.
C
INPUT
BREAKER
230Vac 63A
B
9 kVA
11 kVA
Legend
A EPO (Emergency Power Off)
B Fan
C Battery extension socket
D Output terminals
E Input terminals
F Input switch
G RJ45 LAN ethernet connector
H Parallel D connector
I
RS232 serial connector (JBUS protocol)
L Slot for optional communication cards
3-1
123456
The external contact MUST be dedicated and voltage-free, so as not to cause
permanent damage to the UPS.
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If requested, the UPS can also be switched off utilizing a remote external EPO contact. The
command is acknowledged when the contact is made and held for 3 seconds (default), as
in figure 3-1.
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4. CONNECTIONS
Connection to the mains power supply and to the load(s) must be made using cables of suitable cross section, in accordance with
current standards.
If not already provided, install a PDU panel allowing isolation of the mains supply upstream of the UPS. The panel must be equipped
with an automatic switch rated high enough to handle the current draw on full load, and with a residual current device.
4.1 Connection terminal strips
RS232
PARALLEL
COM. SLOT
100
Network
10
EPO
MINI COM. SLOT
SW
COM. SLOT
PARALLEL
EPO
RS232
INPUT
BREAKER
230Vac 63A
N
N
INPUT 230Vac 50/60Hz
L
OUTPUT 230Vac 50/60Hz
N
OUTPUT
230Vac 50/60Hz
INPUT
BREAKER
230Vac 40A
OUT 230 V~
L
L
5 kVA
7 kVA
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IN 230 V~
L
111 DRWNETRT-XX
N
INPUT
230Vac 50/60Hz
IN 230 V~
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SMART SLOT
EXTERNAL BATTERY CONNECTOR
240Vdc 32A(9KVA)/40A(11KVA)
DO NOT DISCONNECT
BATTERY CABLE UNDER LOAD
CAUTION:
SW
EXTERNAL BATTERY CONNECTOR
192Vdc 21.5A(5KVA)/30A(7KVA)
NOT DISCONNECT BATTERY
CAUTION:DO
CABLE UNDER LOAD.
OUT 230 V~
9 kVA
11 kVA
4. CONNECTION
4.2 Connection of UPS
4.2-2
ENGLISH
4.2-1
UPS
Mains
Output
Ø
UPS
(mm2)
5 kVA
7 kVA
9 kVA
11 kVA
≥6
≥8
≥ 10
≥ 10
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≥6
≥8
≥ 10
≥ 10
Ø
(mm2)
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4.2-4
097 DRWNETRT-XX
4.2-3
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5. CONNECTION OF BATTERY EXTENSION
5.1 Safety warnings
• Before connecting the battery extension, check that it is fully compatible with the model of UPS in use.
• The use of battery extensions not supplied by the manufacturer is inadvisable.
WARNING!
There is a risk of explosion if battery modules are replaced with others of incorrect type.
• Depleted batteries are considered as toxic waste. When battery replacement becomes necessary, release all depleted batteries
only to certified and licensed waste disposal companies. In accordance with local bylaws, it is absolutely forbidden to dispose of
batteries together with other industrial waste or household refuse.
WARNING!
It is extremely dangerous to touch any part of the battery storage unit.
5.2 Connection of battery extension
WARNING!
Before commencing any operation, make certain that:
• the voltages of the UPS battery and of the battery extension are the same,
• 5 kVA: 192 VDC (NRT-B7000)
• 7 kVA: 192 VDC (NRT-B7000)
• 9 kVA: 240 VDC (NRT-B11000)
• 11 kVA: 240 VDC (NRT-B11000)
• the UPS has been shut down completely and all isolation switches are OFF;
• switches upstream of the UPS are OFF.
When connecting the UPS to the battery extension, use only the cable provided with the equipment.
Any wiring error that results in the polarity of the battery being inverted can cause permanent damage to the
equipment.
• Set the switch on the back of the battery extension module to the OFF position.
• Connect the battery extension module to the UPS.
• To display the correct autonomy value the number of connected EBM has to be set via mimic panel.
• Set the correct charging current value according to the number of connected EBM via mimic panel.
• Set the switch on the back of the battery extension module to the ON position.
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N
INPUT 230Vac 50/60Hz
L
N
L
ENGLISH
240Vdc
BATTERY CONNECTOR
N
230Vac 50/60Hz
INPUT
OUTPUT 230Vac 50/60Hz
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INPUT
BREAKER
230Vac 63A
EXTERNAL BATTERY CONNECTOR
240Vdc 32A(9KVA)/40A(11KVA)
DO NOT DISCONNECT
BATTERY CABLE UNDER LOAD
CAUTION:
L
SW
SMART SLOT
EXTERNAL BATTERY CONNECTOR
192Vdc 21.5A(5KVA)/30A(7KVA)
NOT DISCONNECT BATTERY
CAUTION:DO
CABLE UNDER LOAD.
N
230Vac 50/60Hz
OUTPUT
INPUT
BREAKER
230Vac 40A
L
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COM. SLOT
100
Network
10
DO NOT DISCONNECT
BATTERY CABLE UNDER LOAD.
L
RS232
PARALLEL
EPO
CAUTION:
SMART SLOT
N
230Vac 50/60Hz
OUTPUT
INPUT
BREAKER
230Vac 40A
COM. SLOT
Connection of
multiple batteries
DANGER:
RISK OF ELCTRIC SHOCK.
DO NOT TOUCH UNINSULATED
BATTERY TERMINAL.
CAUTION:
RISK OF ELCTRIC SHOCK.BATTERY
SUPPLY CIRCUIT IS GROUNDED.
REFER TO INSTRUCTION MANUAL
BEFORE WORKING ON BATTERIES.
SW
EXTERNAL BATTERY CONNECTOR
192Vdc 21.5A(5KVA)/30A(7KVA)
DO NOT DISCONNECT BATTERY
CAUTION:CABLE
UNDER LOAD.
9 kVA
11 kVA
5 kVA
7 kVA
MINI COM. SLOT
SW
BREAKER
300Vdc 50A
COM. SLOT
RS232
PARALLEL
EPO
RS232
PARALLEL
EPO
ON-OFF
switch
ON-OFF
switch
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5. CONNECTION OF BATTERY EXTENSION
L
N
INPUT
230Vac 50/60Hz
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240Vdc
BATTERY CONNECTOR
6. CONNECTION OF BY-PASS AND SINGLE UPS
6.1 Installation of BY-PASS and single UPS
TO CONNECT WITH WIRES:LOOSEN SCREWS MARKED BY
200-240Vac
50/60Hz
200-240Vac
50/60Hz
TO UPS PARALLEL PORT
N
L
TO UPS OUTPUT
L
N
TO UPS INPUT
N
L
AC OUTPUT
L
N
AC INPUT
10
100
Network
PARALLEL
EXTERNAL BATTERY CONNECTOR
192Vdc 21.5A(5KVA)/30A(7KVA)
EPO
COM. SLOT
SW
INPUT
BREAKER
230Vac
40A
OUTPUT
N
NOT DISCONNECTBATTERY
CAUTION:DO
CABLE UNDER LOAD.
INPUT
230Vac 50/60Hz
230Vac 50/60Hz
L
L
N
112 DRWNETRT-XX
RS232
MINI COM. SLOT
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6.1.1 Fixing the BY-PASS to the UPS
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6. CONNECTION OF BY-PASS AND SINGLE UPS
6.2 Connection of BY-PASS to single UPS
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ENGLISH
6.2.1 Fixing the BY-PASS to the UPS
6.2.2 Signal connections between BY-PASS and UPS
OUTPUT
INPUT
230 Vac 50/60 Hz
230 Vac 50/60 Hz
N
L
L
N
300
55
UPS
BYPASS
UPS
BYPASS
UPS OUTPUT
UPS INPUT
117 DRWNETRT-XX
55
POWER
SUPPLY
LOAD
092 DRWNETRT-XX
40
BYPASS
55
BYPASS
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19
6. CONNECTION OF BY-PASS AND SINGLE UPS
074 DRWNETRT-XX
6.2.3 Connection of cables to the UPS terminal strips
2
3
20
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076 DRWNETRT-XX
075 DRWNETRT-XX
1
4
6. CONNECTION OF BY-PASS AND SINGLE UPS
077 DRWNETRT-XX
ENGLISH
6.2.4 Connection of cables to the BY-PASS terminal strips
2
UPS output
079 DRWNETRT-XX
078 DRWNETRT-XX
1
3
UPS input
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21
6. CONNECTION OF BY-PASS AND SINGLE UPS
080 DRWNETRT-XX
6.2.5 Connection of cables to the BY-PASS input and output terminal strips
1
UPS input
081 DRWNETRT-XX
UPS output
2
UPS output
22
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UPS input
7. CONNECTION OF BY-PASS AND UPS IN PARALLEL
7.1 Vertical installation of BY-PASS and UPS in parallel
120 DRWNETRT-XX
ENGLISH
7.1.1 Assembly of BY-PASS and UPS for vertical installation
132 DRWNETRT-XX
7.1.2 Fixing BY-PASS to UPS for vertical installation
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7. CONNECTION OF BY-PASS AND UPS IN PARALLEL
7.2 Rack installation of BY-PASS and UPS in parallel
133 DRWNETRT-XX
7.2.1 Fixing brackets for rack installation
109 DRWNETRT-XX
7.2.2 Fitting BY-PASS to rack
24
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7. CONNECTION OF BY-PASS AND UPS IN PARALLEL
7.3 Connection of BY-PASS and UPS in parallel
7.3.1 Connection of BY-PASS to 2 UPSs
7.3.1-2
ENGLISH
7.3.1-1
083 DRWNETRT-XX
input UPS 2
7.3.1-3
087 DRWNETRT-XX
output UPS 2
7.3.1-4
088 DRWNETRT-XX
input UPS 1
086 DRWNETRT-XX
output UPS 1
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7. CONNECTION OF BY-PASS AND UPS IN PARALLEL
7.3.2 Connection of BY-PASS to line and load
7.3.2-1
7.3.2-2
LINE
084 DRWNETRT-XX
082 DRWNETRT-XX
LOAD
089 DRWNETRT-XX
7.3.2-3
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N
BREAKER 300VDC 50A
BREAKER 300VDC 50A
EPO
N
+
+
+
+
AC INPUT 230Vac 50/60 Hz
BREAKER 300VDC 50A
BREAKER 300VDC 50A
COM. SLOT
COM. SLOT
P
OUTPUT
UPS1 BREAKER
230Vac 63A
TO UP
PARALLEL
INPUT
BATTERY
CONNECTOR
192Vdc
CAUTION:
BATTERY
CONNECTOR
192Vdc
CAUTION:
BATTERY
CONNECTOR
192Vdc
CAUTION:
BATTERY
CONNECTOR
192Vdc
CAUTION:
S1
LLEL
UPS OUTPUT
LINE BREAKER
230Vac 63A
ENGLISH
L
AC INPUT 230Vac 50/60 Hz
BYPASS BREAKER
230Vac 63A
RS232
EL
EPO
PA
RS232
EL
PA
OUTPUT
UPS2 BREAKER
230Vac 63A
INPUT
100
Network
10
MINI COM. SLOT
SW
EXTERNAL BATTERY CONNECTOR
192Vdc 21.5A(5KVA)/30A(7KVA)
NOT DISCONN
CAUTION:DO
CABLE UNDER LO
100
Network
10
MINI COM. SLOT
SW
EXTERNAL BATTERY CONNECTOR
192Vdc 21.5A(5KVA)/30A(7KVA)
NOT DISCON
CAUTION:DO
CABLE UNDER LO
TO UPS1
230Vac
50/60Hz
TO UPS2
230Vac
50/60Hz
L
N
I
INP
TO UPS1 INPUT
230
230Vac
N
L
TO UPS1 OUTPUT
N
L
L
TO UPS2 OUTPUT
N
230Vac 50/60Hz
INPUT
BREAKER
230Vac
40A
OUTPUT
N
230Vac 50/60Hz
INPUT
BREAKER
230Vac
40A
OUTPUT
L
L
L
093 DRWNETRT-XX
7. CONNECTION OF BY-PASS AND UPS IN PARALLEL
7.4 Connection of BY-PASS to UPS in parallel
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8. MIMIC PANEL
The mimic panel on the front of the UPS provides all essential information on the operating status of the appliance.
Legend
A
A Display.
B Red symbol lit.
Fault.
C 2 colour LEDs:
• Green - Normal.
• Red - Overload.
D Green LED lit.
Normal operation (inverter in-line).
B
E Power-on, Enter and Buzzer override button.
G Scroll button - DOWN
H Off button
I
Green LED:
• Lit - Mains healthy
• Blink - Mains low but not loss.
M
C
L
I
D
110 DRWNETRT-XX
F Scroll button - UP
L 3 colour LEDs:
• Green - Stand-alone mode (battery power)
• Yellow - Battery low.
• Red - Battery needs replacing.
M Yellow LED:
• Lit - Operation in by-pass mode
(Bypass voltage healthy).
• Blink - Operation in by-pa ss mode
(Bypass voltage Out of range)
28
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H
G
F
E
9. OPERATING MODES
9.1 Basic settings
9.1-1
LEVEL 1
LEVEL 2
LEVEL 3
BASIS SETTING
CHANGE PASSWORD
PASSWORD : 0000
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
ENGLISH
FRENCH
GERMAN
ITALIAN
143 DRWNETRT-XX
4 sec
SPANISH
PORTUGAL
START SETTING
BATTERY START
ENABLE
DISABLE
9.1-2
AUTO RESTART
ENABLE
DISABLE
CHARGER SETTING
CHARGER CURRENT
CURRENT : 0.7 A
CURRENT : 1.4 A (1)
CURRENT : 1.5 A
CURRENT : 3.0 A (1)
144 DRWNETRT-XX
CURRENT : 3.0 A
CURRENT : 6.0 A (1)
CURRENT : 4.0 A
CURRENT : 8.0 A (1)
BATTERY SETTING
9.1-3
BATT LOW ALARM
20%
SHUTDOWN VOLTAGE
SD VOLT:168VDC
DISCHARGE TEST
NO TEST
30 DAYS
60 DAYS
• Digit password 1234 using the
scroll buttons.
• Press ENTER to confirm.
100 DRWNETRT-XX
90 DAYS
OUTPUT SETTING
BATT CABINET NUM
NUM: 1x16PCS (2)
NUM: 1x20PCS (3)
OUTPUT VOLTAGE
230 V
220 V
208 V
240 V
FREQ. CONVERTER
DISABLE
50 HZ
60 HZ
ECO MODE
DISABLE
ENABLE
UPS with powerfull battery charger.
Netys RT 5-7 kVA.
(3)
Netys RT 9-11 kVA.
(1)
(2)
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TO UPS PARALLEL PORT
BREAKER 300VDC 50A
BREAKER 300VDC 50A
COM. SLOT
+
+
NORMAL
TEST
BATTERY
CONNECTOR
192Vdc
CAUTION:
BYPASS
BY-PASS selector
NORMAL - TEST - BYPASS
BATTERY
CONNECTOR
192Vdc
CAUTION:
N
L
TO UPS OUTPUT
200-240Vac
50/60Hz
L
UPS
ON-OFF switch
50/60Hz
N
OUTPUT
PUT
AKER
TO CONNECT WITH WIRES:LOOSEN SCREWS MARKED BY
TO
100
Network
10
MINI COM. SLOT
SW
EXTERNAL BATTERY CONNECTOR
192Vdc 21.5A(5KVA)/30A(7KVA)
NOT DISCONN
CAUTION:DO
CABLE UNDER LO
L
L
N
AC INPUT
INPUT
N
230Vac 50/60Hz
L
Vac
L
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30
RS232
PAR
EPO
113 DRWNETRT-XX
9. OPERATING MODES
9.2 Operation in BY-PASS mode for maintenance purposes - single UPS
N
NORMAL
TEST
L
090 DRWNETRT-XX
INPUT
230Vac 50/60Hz
114 DRWNETRT-XX
L
L
N
INPUT
230Vac 50/60Hz
BYPASS
105 DRWNETRT-XX
L
TO CONNECT WITH WIRES:LOOSEN SCREWS MARKED BY
SMART SLOT
N
230Vac 50/60Hz
OUTPUT
INPUT
BREAKER
230Vac 40A
NORMAL
TEST
BYPASS
101 DRWNETRT-XX
31
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9.2.2 Restoring normal operation of UPS
ENGLISH
100 DRWNETRT-XX
005 DRWNETRT-XX
BYPASS
• UPS is by-passed but still
switched on
091 DRWNETRT-XX
TEST
N
230Vac 50/60Hz
OUTPUT
INPUT
BREAKER
230Vac 40A
TO CONNECT WITH WIRES:LOOSEN SCREWS MARKED BY
SMART SLOT
TERNAL BATTERY CONNECTOR
192Vdc 21.5A(5KVA)/30A(7KVA)
SW
DO NOT DISCONNECT BATTERY
AUTION:CABLE
UNDER LOAD.
119 DRWNETRT-XX
NORMAL
BYPASS
BYPASS
SW
EXTERNAL BATTERY CONNECTOR
192Vdc 21.5A(5KVA)/30A(7KVA)
• UPS is operational.
• Wait for the UPS to synchronize
and detect the external by-pass.
9.2.2-6
9.2.2-5
9.2.2-4
• Carry out maintenance on the
UPS in safety.
short
short
ON
TEST
TEST
OFF
9.2.1-6
9.2.1-5
9.2.1-4
9.2.1-3
9.2.1-2
9.2.1-1
9.2.2-3
9.2.2-1
NORMAL
NORMAL
OFF
9.2.2-2
NOT DISCONNECT BATTERY
CAUTION:DO
CABLE UNDER LOAD.
116 DRWNETRT-XX
9. OPERATING MODES
9.2.1 Activation of by-pass mode for UPS maintenance purposes
L
N
N
AC INPUT 230Vac 50/60 Hz
S1
LLEL
UPS OUTPUT
LINE BREAKER
230Vac 63A
B
P
OUTPUT
UPS1 BREAKER
230Vac 63A
C
TO UP
PARALLEL
INPUT
BATTERY
CONNECTOR
192Vdc
CAUTION:
OUTPUT
UPS2 BREAKER
230Vac 63A
INPUT
100
Network
10
MINI COM. SLOT
SW
EXTERNAL BATTERY CONNECTOR
192Vdc 21.5A(5KVA)/30A(7KVA)
NOT DISCONN
CAUTION:DO
CABLE UNDER LO
MINI COM. SLOT
100
Network
10
TO UPS1
230Vac
50/60Hz
TO UPS2
230Vac
50/60Hz
L
L
N
TO UPS1 OUTPUT
N
L
L
TO UPS2 OUTPUT
N
230Vac 50/60Hz
INPUT
BREAKER
230Vac
40A
OUTPUT
N
230Vac 50/60Hz
INPUT
BREAKER
230Vac
40A
OUTPUT
L
L
N
TO UPS1 INPUT
INP
I
230Vac
230
L
4. BY-PASS output: turn off UPS1 and UPS2 by pressing the OFF buttons
AC INPUT 230Vac 50/60 Hz
+
+
CAUTION:
BATTERY
CONNECTOR
192Vdc
SW
EXTERNAL BATTERY CONNECTOR
192Vdc 21.5A(5KVA)/30A(7KVA)
3. To guard against operator error, wire in a detection signal for the BY-PASS switch.
D
NOT DISCON
CAUTION:DO
CABLE UNDER LO
1. The function of the UPS output line breaker is to protect the output from overloads.
BYPASS BREAKER
230Vac 63A
BREAKER 300VDC 50A
BREAKER 300VDC 50A
BREAKER 300VDC 50A
+
BATTERY
CONNECTOR
192Vdc
CAUTION:
2. Disconnect all cables from the UPS when carrying out maintenance work.
COM. SLOT
COM. SLOT
BREAKER 300VDC 50A
+
BATTERY
CONNECTOR
192Vdc
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CAUTION:
Notes:
RS232
EL
PA
EPO
RS232
EL
PA
EPO
104 DRWNETRT-XX
9. OPERATING MODES
9.3 Operation in BY-PASS mode - UPS in parallel for maintenance purposes
A
A
C
D
B
BYPASS
switch
UPS1
switch
UPS2
switch
UPS output line
breaker
Output UPS1+UPS2
OFF
ON
ON
ON
Output UPS1 (UPS2 off for maintenance)
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
Output UPS2 (UPS1 off for maintenance)
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
BY-PASS Output
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
10. COMMUNICATION
Communication software and accessories are available for monitoring the status of the UPS, with the end in view of optimizing
normal operation and ensuring that shutdown at the end of backup time is managed correctly. Applications allow recording of all
power outages and any depletion of battery power so as to enable the activation of an automatic procedure for closing programs
in ordered sequence and shutting down the system.
NETYS RT no-break systems are equipped with RS232 serial communication interface, and slots for NetVision cards.
ENGLISH
10.1 Communication solutions
• UniVision local management software (RS232interface) with local shutdown functions for Windows™ and Linux systems,
downloadable free of charge from the Socomec website www.socomec.com/univision (CD included with certain models).
• Uni Vision Pro network management software (RS232interface) with local/remote shutdown functions on major operating
systems, using Java Shutdown Client.
• Web/SNMP manager (Web/SNMP slot card) allowing control via LAN using TCP/IP protocol, and remote shutdown management.
• BMS (JBUS protocol), allows the UPS to interface with a Building Management system.
10.2 RS232 interface
This interface is required to run the UniVision local management software and UniVision Pro network management software. Use
the cable provided.
10.3 Integrated WEB/SNMP card
With this card installed, the UPS can be connected directly to a LAN (RJ45 ethernet) and controlled remotely from a WEB browser
using TCP/IP protocol. Reference should be made to the dedicated literature for a full description of the functionalities.
10.4 Use of warning relay interface
This is an optional card (slot-mounted) that will manage 6 indication circuits with isolated contacts carrying information on the status
of the UPS. The maximum voltage that can be applied to the contacts is 24 VDC, and the maximum current 500 mA.
Relay contacts can be set individually for NO (default) or NC operation, and programmed selectively for customized monitoring of
the UPS.
If requested, the UPS can also be switched off utilizing a remote external shutdown contact. The command is acknowledged when
the contact is made and held for 3 seconds (default), whereas the external contact must be made between the common and input
pins.
The external contact MUST be dedicated and voltage-free, so as not to cause permanent damage to the UPS.
The shutdown input can be configured alternatively as a battery test input.
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10. COMMUNICATION
10.4.1 Internal circuit
10.4.1-1
10.4.1-2
Common
R1
R2
R1 General alarm
R3
R2 No mains
R3 Battery low
R4
R4 On by-pass
R5
+5V
R5 Overload
R6
R6 Overtemperature
CPU Pin
058 DRWNETRT-XX
GND-R
Input
GND-R
GND-R
Common
R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
R6
Input
Tx
Rx
GND-C
SW1
SW2
10.4.2 Standard configuration
SW1
SW2
relay contact
OFF
OFF
NO
ON
OFF
NC
GND-R: Relay ground contact
Common: 12~24 V DC
R1
General alarm
R2
No mains
R3
Battery low
R4
On by-pass
R5
Overload
R6
Overtemperature
Input: Remote shutdown or battery test
34
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063 DRWNETRT-XX
10.4.1-3
10. COMMUNICATION
10.4.3 Customized configuration for relay and/or input contacts
Connect Tx to pin 2, Rx to pin 3 and GND-C to pin 5 of the computer’s RS232 port.
In Windows, start the Hyper-Terminal application and proceed to open the specified COM port.
Set the following properties: Baud rate: 2400, Data Bits: 8, Parity: None, Stop Bit: 1, Flow Control: None.
Press <Enter> to display the main menu of the relay card.
1. Press ‘1’ to configure the alarms relative to contacts R1~R6
(Customize Output Relay).
This menu can be used to assign a customized alarm indication to contacts R1~R6.
Having completed the configuration, shift SW2 to the ON
position to activate the settings. The default settings can be
restored by setting SW2 to OFF.
2. Press ‘2’ to configure the input signal.
The input signal can be used either to shut down the UPS or to
test the batteries. The delay preceding shutdown of the UPS
can be set up to 9999 seconds maximum.
3. Press ‘3’ to configure NO or NC operation of each relay.
Shift SW2 to the ON position to activate the settings.
If SW2 is returned to the OFF position, SW1 can be used to
check the NO or NC position of all the relays.
4. Press ‘0’ to end the configuration session. The system will
prompt you to save the new settings.
Press ‘Y’ to save, ‘N’ to cancel.
UPS Relay Card
Firmware Version: Relay Card V1.4
[1] . Customize Output Relay
[2] . Configure Input Signal
[3] . Customize Normal Open or Normal Close
[0] . Quit
ENGLISH
• Configuration.
Please Enter Your Choice >
Customize Output Relay
Relay Selected Event
[1] . Relay 1: Summary Alarm
[2] . Relay 2: Power Fail
[3] . Relay 3: Battery Low
[4] . Relay 4: On by-pass
[5] . Relay 5: Overload
[6] . Relay 6: Overtemperature
[0] . Back to Previous Menu
Please Enter Your Choice >
Customize Output Relay
Relay Selected Event
[1] . Relay 1: Normal Close
[2] . Relay 2: Normal Open
[3] . Relay 3: Normal Close
[4] . Relay 4: Normal Open
[5] . Relay 5: Normal Close
[6] . Relay 6: Normal Open
[0] . Back to Previous Menu
Please Enter Your Choice >
Configure Input Signal
[1] . Act as Shutdown or Test: Shutdown
[2] . Input Signal Confirm 3 Seconds
[3] . Delay Before Shutdown 30 Seconds
[0] . Back to Previous Menu
Please Enter Your Choice >
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11. MAINTENANCE
WARNING!
The UPS generates HAZARDOUS INTERNAL VOLTAGES. All maintenance operations should be carried out by
AUTHORIZED SERVICE ENGINEERS ONLY.
• The unit will operate to its maximum capability if kept powered up round the clock (24/7); this ensures that the batteries will always
be properly charged.
• If the appliance is to remain idle for any length of time, wait until the batteries are fully charged (connection to mains power supply
for 8 hours continuous) before shutting the UPS down.
• Recharge the batteries for a duration of 24 hours at least every 4 weeks during the time the unit remains idle.
11.1 Minor troubleshooting
WARNING!
If problems should persist or reoccur frequently after following the procedures indicated in this section, contact
the SOCOMEC UPS After Sales Service, providing a full description of the current difficulty
Problem
Possible cause
Solution
"UPS not powered up
(no alarm, no LEDs
alight)”
The ON/TEST button has not been pressed.
Press the ON/TEST button to switch the UPS on.
Shutdown due to flat battery and no mains
power.
Wait for mains power to be restored
Thermal-magnetic switch on the rear panel
has been tripped.
Reduce the load connected to the UPS, then reset
the thermal-magnetic switch.
Faulty UPS
Contact SOCOMEC UPS After Sales Service if the
solutions indicated above do not solve the problem.
UPS internal batteries not completely
charged.
Recharge the batteries for a minimum of 8 hours.
UPS in overload.
Disconnect non-essential loads.
Depleted batteries.
The batteries will degrade quickly if used fequently,
or in high operating temperatures. Should the batteries have reached the end of their life cycle, contact
SOCOMEC UPS After Sales Service. Batteries must
be replaced even if the "Replace battery" LED is not lit.
Battery charge fault or other causes.
Contact SOCOMEC UPS After Sales Service
"Replace battery" LED
lit.
Batteries flat.
Charge the batteries for a minimum of 8 hours. If the
problem persists, contact SOCOMEC UPS After Sales
Service to have for battery replacement.
Faulty communication
between PC and UPS.
Wrong transmission speed.
Change the transmission speed and test again.
RS232 connection incorrect.
See "Communication" section of this manual.
Reconnect the UPS to the COM1/COM2 port of the PC.
USB connection incorrect.
Reconnect the UPS to the USB port of the PC.
UPS functions in
"Battery Mode" even
though a.c. mains is
connected and healthy.
Mains voltage not registering at UPS input.
Check the input voltage connection.
Thermal-magnetic switch on the rear panel
has been tripped.
Reduce the load connected to the UPS, then reset
the thermal-magnetic switch.
Input voltage too high, too low or distorted.
Have the mains voltage checked by a qualified electrician.
Overtemperature.
Air intake fans and fan cowl may be
obstructed.
Select a well ventilated area in which to position the
UPS, allowing suitable dissipation of heat.
Ambient temperature is higher than 40 °C
(104 °F).
Position the UPS in a cooler area.
UPS does not guarantee the expected
backup time.
36
"Fault" LED lit and alarm UPS faulty.
signal generated.
Contact SOCOMEC UPS After Sales Service.
"Overload" LED lit, with Overload.
continuous alarm signal.
Disconnect non-essential loads.
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12. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
UPS power
NRT-U5000
NRT-U7000
NRT-U9000
NRT-U11000
5000 VA
3500 W
7000 VA
4900 W
9000 VA
6400 W
11000 VA
8000 W
Input
Single-phase 230 V (160-275 V); 50/60 Hz with automatic selection
Input socket
Terminals
Output
Single-phase 230 V nominal ±2% (selectable: 200/208/220/240 V); 50/60 Hz
Output sockets
Terminals
Technology
ENGLISH
Models
On-line double conversion (VFI-SS-111)
Online efficiency
up to 92%
Batteries
Type
Typical backup (1)
Maintenance-free sealed lead - life expectancy 3-5 years
10 minutes
7 minutes
12 minutes
8 minutes
Communication
Connection interface
RJ 45 and RS 232 ports and slots for communication cards
Ethernet
WEB / SNMP interface (Optional)
Environment
Dimensions WxDxH
Weight
Reference standards
(1)
(2)
440x670.5x88.7 mm
17,3”x26,4”x2U
15 kg
440x623x130.6 mm
17,3”x24,5”x3U
15.5 kg
19.5 kg
20 kg
(2)
EN 62040-1-1, EN 62040-2 , EN 62040-3, EN 61000-4-5/C62.41:1991 (Overvoltage)
With battery module included.
With output cables shorter than 10 m.
5-11 kVA - Ref.: IOMNETRTXX01-GB 01
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worldwide
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SLOVENIA
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Fax +603 7803 8901
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Fax +386 1 5611 173
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SINGAPORE
SPAIN
31 Ubi Road 1, Aztech Building
# 01-00 (Annex) - SG - Singapore 408694
Tel. +65 6745 7555
Fax +65 6458 7377
sg.ups.sales@socomec.com
C/Nord, 22 Pol. Ind. Buvisa
E - 08329 Teià (Barcelona)
Tel. +34 935 407 575
Fax +34 935 407 576
info@socomec-aron.com
THAILAND
UNITED KINGDOM
Units 7-9 Lakeside Business Park
Broadway Lane - South Cerney
Cirencester - GL7 5XL
Tel. +44 (0)1285 863300
Fax +44 (0)1285 862304
uk.ups.sales@socomec.com
HEAD OFFICE
SOCOMEC GROUP
S.A. SOCOMEC capital 11 102 300 € - R.C.S. Strasbourg B 548 500 149
B.P. 60010 - 1, rue de Westhouse - F-67235 Benfeld Cedex
SOCOMEC UPS Strasbourg
11, route de Strasbourg - B.P. 10050 - F-67235 Huttenheim Cedex- FRANCE
Tel. +33 (0)3 88 57 45 45 - Fax +33 (0)3 88 74 07 90
ups.benfeld.admin@socomec.com
SOCOMEC UPS Isola Vicentina
Via Sila, 1/3 - I - 36033 Isola Vicentina (VI) - ITALY
Tel. +39 0444 598611 - Fax +39 0444 598622
info.it.ups@socomec.com
No.9 Soi Vibhavadirangsit 42
Vibhavadirangsit Rd, Ladyao
Chatujak Bangkok 10900
Tel. +66 2 941-1644-7
Fax. +66 2 941-1650
info@socomec-th.com
SALES, MARKETING AND
SERVICE MANAGEMENT
SOCOMEC UPS Paris
95, rue Pierre Grange
F-94132 Fontenay-sous-Bois Cedex - FRANCE
Tel. +33 (0)1 45 14 63 90 - Fax +33 (0)1 48 77 31 12
ups.paris.dcm@socomec.com
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