user`s manual
UPS
On Line
6000VA – 10KVA
■USER‘S MANUAL■
EMC Statements
CISPR 22
NOTICE: Pursuant to CISPR 22 rules, this product has been tested and thereby complies with
the conditions of a Class A digital device, which have been established for offering sufficient
protection against dangerous interference for installation in a residential area. Installation and
use of the equipment should comply with the instructions provided in order to avoid such
interference due to the amount of radio frequency energy that is radiated and generated by the
equipment. In spite of this, we cannot assure that a certain amount of interference may not occur
in some installations. If, by turning on and off, it can be deduced that your radio or television
reception is found to be influenced by harmful interference from the equipment, it is
recommended to use one of the following preventive measures:
 Place the receiving antenna in a separate location or orientation.
 Ensure a greater distance is achieved between the receiver and the equipment.
 Ensure that your equipment is connected to an outlet on a separate circuit than the receiver.
 Contact a technician experienced with radio and TV or a dealer for further assistance.
Declaration of Conformity Request
Units labeled with a CE mark comply with the following standards and directives:

Harmonic Standards: Low Voltage Directive EN 62040-1 1st / IEC 62040-1 1st and
EMC
Directive EN62040-2 1st / IEC 62040-2 1st
 EU Directives: 73/23/EEC, Council Directive on equipment designed for use within certain
voltage limits
2006/95/EC, Amending Directive 93/68/EEC and 73/23/EEC
89/336/EEC, Council Directive relating to electromagnetic compatibility
2004/108/EC, Amending Directive 92/31/EEC and 89/336/EEC relating to EMC
The EC Declaration of Conformity is available upon request for products with a CE mark.
CONTENTS
1. Introduction ............................................................................................ 5
2. System Description.................................................................................. 5
2.1 General description......................................................................................... 5
2.2 System configuration ...................................................................................... 7
3. Safety information .................................................................................. 8
4. Storage .................................................................................................... 9
5. Installation .............................................................................................. 9
5.1
Environment............................................................................................ 9
5.2 Rear panel views .......................................................................................... 10
5.3 Connection to mains and loads (6000 - 10000 VA) ........................................... 11
6. Computer and alarm connections .......................................................... 14
6.1 EPO port (emergency power off) .................................................................... 15
7. User’s guide to operations ..................................................................... 15
7.1 Starting and shutting down the UPS ............................................................... 15
7.2 Button operation........................................................................................... 16
7.3 Control panel functions ................................................................................. 17
7.4 Interpreting UPS messages ............................................................................ 21
7.5 Trouble shooting .......................................................................................... 22
8. Maintenance ......................................................................................... 23
9. Technical Specifications ........................................................................ 24
10. RM 6KVA(3U+3U) Mechanical ............................................................. 26
6~10KVA..................................................................................................... 31
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTION
 C A U T I O N ( U P S H a vi ng I nt e r n al B at t e r i e s ) : R i s k o f e l e c t r i c s h o c k hazardous live parts inside this unit are energized f rom the battery supply
e v e n wh e n t h e i n p u t AC p o w e r i s d i s c o n n e c t e d .
 C A U T I O N ( N o U s e r S e r v i c e a bl e P a r t s ) : R i s k o f e l e c t r i c s h o c k - d o n o t
r e mo v e c o ve r . N o u s e r s e r vi c e a b l e p a r t s i n s i d e . R e f e r s e r vi c e t o q u a l i f i e d
s e r vi c e p e r s o n n e l .
 C A U T I O N ( N o n - i s ol at e d B a t t e r y s u p p l y ) : R i s k o f e l e c t r i c s h o c k,
b a t t e r y c i r c u i t i s n o t i s o l a t e d fr o m A C i n p u t , h a z a r d o u s vo l t a g e m a y e xi s t
b e t w e e n b a t t e r y t e r m i n a l s a n d g r o u n d . T e s t b e fo r e t o u c h i n g.
 W A R N I N G ( F u s e s ) : To r e d u c e t h e r i s k o f fi r e , r e p l a c e o n l y w i t h t h e
s a m e t yp e a n d r a t i n g o f fu s e .
 W A R N I N G : I n t e n d fo r i n s t a l l a t i o n i n a c o n t r o l l e d e n vi r o n m e n t .
 C A U T I O N : D o n o t d i s p o s e b a t t e r i e s t o fi r e , b a t t e r i e s m a y e xp l o r e .
 C A U T I O N : D o n o t o p e n o r mu t i l a t e t h e b a t t e r y, r e l e a s e d e l e c t r o l yt e i s
h a r m f u l t o t h e s ki n a n d e y e s .
 C A U T I O N : A b a t t e r y c a n p r e s e n t a r i s k o f e l e c t r i c s h o c k a n d h i gh s h o r t
c i r c u i t c u r r e n t . Th e fo l l o w i n g p r e c a u t i o n s h o u l d b e o b s e r v e d wh e n
wo r k i n g o n b a t t e r i e s
 Remove watches, rings or other metal objects.
 U s e t o o l s w i t h i n s u l a t e d h a n d l e s . W e a r r u b b e r gl o v e s a n d b o o t s .
 Do not lay tools or metal parts on top of batteries.
 D i s c o n n e c t c h a r gi n g s o u r c e p r i o r t o c o n n e c t i n g o r d i s c o n n e c t i n g b a t t e r y
terminals.
 To r e d u c e t h e r i s k o f e l e c t r i c s h o c k, d i s c o n n e c t t h e U P S fr o m t h e m a i n s
s u p p l y b e f o r e i n s t a l l i n g a c o mp u t e r i n t e r f a c e s i g n a l c a b l e . R e c o n n e c t t h e
p o w e r s c o r d o n l y a ft e r s i g n a l i n g i n t e r c o n n e c t i o n s h a ve b e e n m a d e .
 S e r vi c i n g o f b a t t e r i e s s h o u l d b e p e r f o r m e d o r s u p e r vi s e d b y p e r s o n n e l
kn o wl e d g e o f b a t t e r i e s a n d t h e r e q u i r e d p r e c a u t i o n s . K e e p u n a u t h o r i z e d
personnel away from bat teries.
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The instructions contained within this safety manual are deemed important and should be
closely followed at all times during installation and follow-up maintenance of the UPS and
batteries.
CAUTION
The unit has a dangerous amount of voltage. If the UPS indicator is on, the unit’s outlets
may have a dangerous amount of voltage even when not plugged into the wall outlet
because the battery may continue to supply power.
Care should be taken to undertake
installation indoors free from electrically-conductive particles which is under
temperature and humidity control in order to reduce the risk of electric shock.
It is
best to disconnect the device using the power supply cord. Ensure that the equipment is
placed in a position near the outlet where easily accessible.
Except replacing the
batteries, all service on this equipment must be carried out by qualified service
personnel. Before conducting any maintenance, repair or shipment, first ensure that
everything is turned off completely and disconnected.
For additional safety instructions, please use the Safety Manual as reference.
Special Symbols - The following symbols used on the UPS warn you of precautions:
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK – Please observe the warning that a risk of electric shock
is present.
CAUTION: Refer to operation manual - Refer to the operator’s manual for additional
information, such as important operating and maintenance instructions.
SAFE GROUNDING TERMINAL - Indicates primary safe ground
LOAD ON/OFF - Pressing this button turns on/off the output receptacles and the
Indicator light.
RJ-45 RECEPTACLE – The receptacle provides network interface connections and
telephone or telecommunications equipment should not be plugged into it.
Please do not discard the UPS or UPS batteries as the UPS may have valve regulated,
lead–acid batteries. Please recycle batteries.
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1. Introduction
The information provided in this manual covers single phase 6000 – 10000 VA, uninterruptible
power systems, their basic functions, operating procedures, and emergency situations, also
including information on how to ship, store, handle and install the equipment. Only detailed
requirements of the UPS units are described herein, and installation must be carried out in
accordance with this manual. Electrical installations must also carefully follow local legislation
and regulations. Only qualified personnel should conduct these installations as failure to
acknowledge electrical hazards could prove to be fatal.
2. System Description
Several different kinds of sensitive electrical equipment stay protected by a UPS
(Uninterruptible Power System) including computers, workstations, process control systems,
telecommunications systems, sales terminals, other critical instrumentation, etc. The purpose of
the UPS is to protect these systems from poor quality utility power, complete loss of power, or
other associated problems.
Electrical interference abounds in many forms causing problems in AC power, from lightning,
power company accidents and radio transmissions to motors, air conditioners, and vending
machines, among others. So protection of sensitive electrical equipment is vital to protect
against power outages, low or high voltage, slow voltage fluctuations, frequency variations,
differential and common-mode noises, transients, etc.
In order to prevent power line problems reaching critical systems causing damage to software,
hardware and causing equipment to malfunction, the UPS helps by maintaining constant voltage,
isolating critical load output if needed, and cleaning the utility AC power.
2.1 General description
As a double conversion on-line UPS, it is able to supply uninterrupted, clean single-phase power
to your critical systems while keeping batteries charged continuously, regardless of whether
utility power fails or not.
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In event that a power failure lasts longer than a UPS backup time, it will shut down avoiding
battery discharge, and as soon as voltage comes back, the UPS will automatically charge up and
start recharging the batteries. As shown in Fig.1 block diagram:

An input filter reduces transients on the mains

For maintaining full battery charge, AC-power is rectified and regulated in the rectifier
feeding power to the inverter and battery converter.

DC power is converted to AC in the inverter passing it on to the load.

Power is maintained from the battery during a power failure.

The converter increases voltage appropriately for the inverter.
Filter
Fig.1. Block diagram
Efficiency Optimizer function
The Efficiency Optimizer function is a new feature for the UPS adding cost effectiveness,
minimizing power loss and reducing power consumption. Alternating between bypass and
on-line modes is achieved automatically and in accordance with the conditions of the utility
power. On-line mode may be used during times of intermittent power supply, and bypass mode
when power flows smoothly in order to obtain greatest efficiency. Irregularities can be detected
in less than a second, and on-line mode reactivated immediately. Switching back to online mode
occurs when input voltage is outside ±10% or nominal (±15% selectable), when input frequency
is outside of ±3Hz or when no input line is available. Although high efficiency is standard, the
default operation is in on-line mode. Bypass can be activated in the LCD panel, though on-line
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can be run permanently if preferred.
Free Run Mode
The UPS operates in free run mode when input frequency is outside of the selected input
frequency range. Free run mode is when output frequency does not match input frequency.
When starting the UPS, the frequency regulation detected is 50 or 60 Hz ±0.25Hz. Please refer
to chapter 7.2 if you want bypass available while running in free run mode.
Diagnostic tests
When you start the UPS, a diagnostic test is automatically executed that checks electronics,
battery, and reports any problems on the LCD display. An advanced battery management system
always monitors the conditions of the batteries sends any forewarnings if replacement is needed.
Otherwise every 30 days of normal mode operation, a battery discharge test is performed and
any problems reported on the LCD display. Except during the first 24 hours after startup while
the UPS is in charging mode (please see chapter 7.2), diagnostic tests can be performed
manually from the front panel at any time.
2.2 System configuration
The UPS device and the internal backup battery make up the system. Depending on the site and
load requirements of the installation, certain additional options are available as a tailored
solution. Planning a UPS system, the following should be taken into consideration:

The total demand of the protected system shall dictate the output power rating (VA). Allow a
margin for future expansion or calculation inaccuracies from measuring power requirements.

Backup time needed will indicate the battery size needed. If load is less than the UPS
nominal power rating then actual backup time is longer.

The following options are available:
 External Battery Cabinets
 Transformer cabinets
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 Maintenance bypass switches
 Connectivity options (relay card, SNMP/WEB card)
The following UPS models are available
Model
Backup time with internal batteries Recharge time to 90% capacity
UPS 6000VA
4~6min
4 hours
UPS 10000VA
3~5min
4 hours
Note the battery backup times are approximate and could vary depending on battery life and
temperature configuration.
Additional External Battery Cabinets are available if more back-up time is needed.
3. Safety information
Information presented here is vital to all personnel and please also read the UPS safety manual.
Storage and Transportation
Please handle with extreme caution since a high amount of energy is contained with the batteries.
Always keep the unit in position as marked on the packaging and never drop the unit.
Installation
If flammable substances such as gases or fumes are present or if the room is airtight, a safety
hazard situation exists, in which no electrical equipment should be operated.
The instructions in this manual explain how to install the UPS safely. Not acknowledging such
electrical hazards may be fatal, so keep this manual for all future reference.
WARNING!
It is strongly advisable not to open the UPS cabinet as the components have very high
voltage and touching them may be fatal. Only a technician from the manufacturer or an
authorized agent may service the unit. This UPS unit’s output receptacles carry live
voltage even when not connected to a power supply as it has its own energy source.
User’s operations - The only operations that users are permitted to do are:
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
Turning the UPS unit on and off

Operating the users interface

Connecting data interface cables
All such operations are to be performed exactly as instructed in this manual. The greatest care
possible must be taken for any of these operations and any change thereof may prove very
hazardous to the operator.
4. Storage
Please adhere to the following instructions if the UPS is not installed immediately:

Store the equipment as is in its original packing and shipping carton

Do not store in temperatures outside the range of +15°C to +25°C.

Ensure that the equipment is fully protected from wet or damp areas and from moist air.
In order to maintain the vitality of the batteries, ensure that the UPS is recharged every 6 months
for at least 8 hours.
5. Installation
5.1 Environment
Ensure that all environmental concerns and requirements are met according to these
technical specifications, otherwise the safety of installation personnel cannot be
guaranteed and the unit may malfunction.
Please follow below instructions when locating the UPS system and battery options:

Avoid extremes of temperature and humidity. Maximal battery life can be attained with a
recommended temperature range of 15 °C to 25 °C.

Provide protection for the equipment from moisture.

Space and ventilation requirements must be met. Ensure there are 300mm behind and
300mm on the sides of the UPS for ventilation, and the front of the UPS is clear for user
operation.
Caution! The UPS and the External Battery Pack are to be installed at the same location. In case,
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the UPS and the External Battery Pack are installed outside of visible distance, then subject to
the local inspection authority, User will need to add a Safety disconnect adjacent to the UPS to
provide safety isolation.
5.2 Rear panel views
6000VA Tower rear panel
10000VA Tower rear panel
6000VA & 10000VA RT rear panel
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5.3 Connection to mains and loads (6000 - 10000 VA)
Only qualified specialists or technicians who conform to applicable safety standards may carry
out the installation of this equipment. The installation must further comply with all local
legislation and regulations.
Follow all installation and safety instructions very carefully, otherwise those performing
installation may suffer from a hazardous situation and the UPS or load connections may also be
damaged.
CAUTION: This UPS is not applicable for motors, hair dryers, speakers, and fluorescent
lamps.
The high voltage and current contained within the UPS equipment can injure or kill
personnel and damage equipment.
For electrical installation, closely observe the nominal current rating of the source.
Installing External battery cabinets

First disconnect the UPS from mains and loads before attempting an External Battery
Cabinet installation.

Use the battery cable provided with the External Battery Cabinet to connect the External
Battery Cabinet to the UPS. Connect a second battery cabinet to the first one with the cable
provided if more than one is to be installed.

Be aware of UPS parameters and changing the Battery pack quantity when using the
external battery cabinets (see chapter 7.2)
Installing UPS

Ensure that the installation site has all electrical connections properly carried out. In
addition, refer to figures 2 to 4 to check the fuse and cable dimensions.

Isolate and secure the source against reclosing. Both input and output circuit breakers
(located in the back) must be “OFF”.

Refer to figure 2 to 4 for single cable input and figure 2 to 4 for dual cable input. Connect
the UPS according to these diagrams. If installing dual cables, the interconnection jumper
(b*) needs to be removed as in figure 2 to 4. Fuse and cable sizes are given in figure 2 to 4.
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
During installation, if it cannot be determined that neutral is grounded or the\ identification
of the neutral status of the mains supply is unreliable, an additional two pole disconnect
device is necessary in the building installation.

At the back of the unit you will find the Emergency Power Off (EPO), which when open
will immediately shut down the logic circuit output of the UPS as in figure 2 to 4. Wiring
the EPO signal is optional.

Caution! Local safety requirements may require a separate external Emergency Power Off
that opens output circuit breakers, and if so, use figures 2 to 4 for proper installation. Refer
to local wiring rules.

Should computer or alarm connections be used, use connections according to chapter 6 of
the manual provided with that option. The connections can be referred to on the rear panel.

The installation is now complete.
Power for UPS
Wiring AWG or mm2
Circuit Breaker
6000VA
40A
10 AWG or 5.5mm2
10000VA
60A
8 AWG or 8 mm2
Fig. 2
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5.4 Default settings at the factory
On the LCD display you will find several of the UPS parameters to select. Default
settings are as follows:
Settings
Selection
Factory default
Output Voltage Setting
208/220/230/240 Vac 230V (FOR HV series)
±10%
Input/Bypass Voltage
+10/-15%
+10/-15%
+15/-20%
±2%
Input/Frequency
±5%
±5%
±7%
HE Mode Setting
On/Off
Off
Free Run Mode
On/Off
On
Bypass Enable/Disable at free run mode Disable/Enable
Disable
Alarm silence
On/Off
Off
Site wiring alarm
Enable/Disable
Disable
External Battery pack setting
0, 1, 2
0
You may change default settings, but we recommend that this is done after installation and
before starting up loads. Read UPS configurations in chapter 7.2 for more information.
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6. Computer and alarm connections
At the back of the UPS is an interface allowing direct communication with your computer
system, the location of which can be found in figure 4. There is a RS232 serial data interface,
one USB data interface and an emergency power off switch supplied. However, the RS232 port
cannot be used when the USB interface is in use, as USB port has the absolute priority than
RS232. In addition there is an optional interface slot that allows you to install different
communications cards. It can be used parallel with either the RS232 or USB ports. Currently
there are two cards available for the optional interface slot. An SNMP/WEB card allows
management and monitoring over a network or internet, and the AS/400 card allows voltage free
relay contacts. Your local dealer will have more information about these option cards.
Connecting the UPS to a Computer
The communication device for the UPS and PC comes as a complete package with power
management software. Only the communication cable provided with UPS may be used to
connect to your computer, which is accomplished through the UPS RS232 port. Also ensure that
the operating system on your computer is supported. Instructions provided in the power
management software will help with this installation. Other advanced power protection solutions
such as SNMP are provided by your dealer.
RS-232 Standard Interface port
The RS-232 interface uses a 9-pin female D-sub connector, consisting data about utility, load
and the UPS. The interface port pins and their functions are identified in the following table.
Fig. 4
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USB port (option)
Connecting the UPS to your computer is accomplished through the USB port on the back of
your computer. USB compliant hardware and operating system will be necessary including
installation of a UPS driver. The serial port cannot be used when using the USB port. The USB
cable is standard and can be bought separately.
6.1 EPO port (emergency power off)
A customer-supplied switch located remotely can be used to open the EPO connection and
allows UPS output receptacles to be switched off. Since the EPO shuts down the equipment
immediately, orderly shutdown procedures are not followed and not by any power management
software. The UPS will have to be manually restarted in order to regain power to the outlets.
7. User’s guide to operations
Necessary information for operation of the unit is covered in this chapter. Normally the UPS
runs automatically, but on those few occasions such as just after installation, all the starting and
shutting down procedures are described herein.
7.1 Starting and shutting down the UPS
Starting the UPS
Ensure that installation was correct and successful and that the input power cable is connected
to a well-grounded outlet.

The UPS can be started by pushing the “ON/OFF” button on the front panel.

The UPS should now start its inspection of: internal functions, main synchronization and
inverter startup. Then power should start to be supplied via the terminal block.

During this inspection, the LCD will display “Ready on”. The LED shall light up when
output power has commenced and the LCD will display “Line mode”.

Switch on the loads.
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Shutting down the UPS

Shut down and turn off the loads.

Push the “ON/OFF” button on the front panel for two seconds. The alarm will sound and the
UPS will shut down.

The LCD will display UPS OFF for a few seconds.

In emergency situations, the EPO located on the back of the unit should be used.
7.2 Button operation
Please note the five operating buttons on the front panel:
1.
“ON/OFF” button:
(a) Push “ON/OFF” button (at least 1 seconds) to turn on the UPS.
(b) When UPS is working, push the “ON/OFF” button(at least 2 seconds) to turn off the
UPS.
2.
“STATUS” button:
Use this button to check content of UPS and the method is listed below:
(a) Push the “STATUS” button (at least 2 seconds) to check content of UPS. Each
content can be displayed by pressing at once, and it has fifteen kinds of function to
be checked.
(b) If no pressing within 10 seconds, it will return to original status.
3.
“FUNC” button:
Each function can be enabled by pressing this button & “ENTER” button.
(a) Push the “FUNC ” button (at least 2 seconds) to choose which function that you
want. Each content can be displayed by pressing at once, and it has fourteen kinds of
function to be checked.
(b) After choosing the function, push the “ENTER” button to enter the function that you
want.
(c) Push the “FUNC” button to choose other function again.
(d) Push the “ENTER” button to enable your function.
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(e) Push the “ENTER” button to confirm and enable your function.
(f)
4.
If no pressing within 10 seconds, it will return to original status.
“ENTER” button:
Use this button to enter、enable or confirm the function that you want.
5.
“ESCAPE” button:
Use this button to return to main display(Line mode or Battery Mode).
7.3 Control panel functions
Operation of the UPS is indicated on the monitor panel with five LED indicators and an LCD
screen. This display is also capable of alerting the user with audible alarms.
ON:
This green LED is lit when UPS has been turned on.
ON-LINE: When the UPS is in normal or static bypass modes, there is voltage at the output
terminals and this LED will light up in green.
ON-BAT: While operating in battery mode.
BYPASS: While operating in bypass mode, this LED will light up in yellow.
FAULT:
If any internal error occurs in the UPS, this LED will light up in red and give off
an audible alarm. Press any of the buttons on the front panel to turn off the alarm.
Status of the UPS, measurements and alarms are all indicated on the LCD screen.
Control panel
Normal display
The UPS status is shown in normal display mode. From here you have a choice to go to UPS
meters display and the Setting display by pushing the button.
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UPS meters display
Various measurements are available through the UPS meters display; pressing the
button will scroll through the following meters:
LCD message
Description
O/P VOLT= xxx, xV
Shows Output AC voltage
O/P FREQ= xx, x Hz
Shows Output Frequency
I/P VOL T= xxx, xV
Shows Input AC voltage
I/P FREQ= xx, x Hz
Shows Input Frequency
BAT VOLT= xx,xV
Shows Battery Voltage
O/P LOAD%= xx%
Shows Load % of max load
O/P W= xW
Shows Output Watts
O/P VA= xVA
Shows Output VA
O/P CURR= xA
Shows Output Current
BACKUP TIME= xx min Shows Estimated Backup time in minutes
BAT CHARG= xx%
Shows approximate percentage of Battery capacity
TEMPERATURE= xxC
Shows approximate ambient temperature
BAT PACK NUM= x
Shows External Battery Pack Number
RATING = xxxxVA
Shows UPS Rating
CPU VERSION xx.x
Shows CPU Version
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UPS configurations
1. Various settings that have been chosen are shown in the UPS setting display.
2. To enter configuration mode, press the “FUNC” button for one second. The first
configuration parameter will be shown on the LCD display.
3. Press the “FUNC” button to scroll through the parameters.
4. Press the “ENTER” button to select the parameter.
5. Press the “FUNC” button to scroll through the options for the selected parameter.
6. Press the “ENTER” button to select the option. You may be prompted to save the selection,
if so press the “ENTER” button to either confirm or save your selection. Other options are
saved and started automatically. See the table below for further details.
7. If no buttons are pressed (or user inactivity) for ten seconds, the UPS shall exit the
configuration mode and return to normal mode displaying Line mode.
Caution!
The factory default settings do not necessarily have to be changed, although you are free to
tailor the UPS to your specific needs.
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Settings
LCD display
Explanation
Selection
Factory
default
Output Voltage
Setting
O/P V Setting
Select Nominal Voltage
220/230/240V
230V
Input/Frequency
I/P F Setting
Select input frequency
±2%
range when UPS goes into ±5%
free run mode
±7%
±5%
Input/Bypass
Voltage
I/P Bypass Set
±10%
Select Input Voltage range
+10/-15%
when bypass is available
+15/-20%
+10/-15%
Free Run Mode
Free Run Set
Select if UPS can run in
Free run mode
(unsynchronized)
ON
Bypass
Enable/Disable at
Free run mode
If Enable is chosen, the
Bypass disable UPS can go to bypass when Disable/Enable
unsynchronized.
He mode Setting
HE Mode Set
Select if UPS runs in high
efficiency mode
ON/OFF
OFF
Force Manual
Bypass
Manual bypass
Permanently force UPS to
ON/OFF
bypass. For service only.**
OFF
Do Battery Test
Battery Test
Detect battery is normal or
not.
Silence Function
Silence Set
Enable or disable silence
function
Number of
External Battery
Packs
This setting is needed
Bat Cabinet Set For UPS to predict
Backup time
Site wiring alarm
Sit Fault Set
You can enable or disable
the site wiring alarm
Enable /Disable
Select Language
Language
Select load language
English, German,
English
French, Spanish, Italian.
Set Generator Mode
Generator
Set unit in generator mode.
ON/OFF
***
OFF
Set RS232
communication
RS232 Control
Set RS232 communication
Enable/Disable
enable or disable
Enable
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ON/OFF
ON/OFF
Disable
OFF
0 (only internal batteries)
1 (1 external cabinet)
0
2 (2 external cabinets)
Disable
Manual test of the UPS
Manual UPS or Manual Battery tests can be conducted from the UPS configuration as well and
are functional even when the UPS is not charging the battery.
Manual Battery test: Scroll the parameters until Manual Bat test displays on the LCD.
Press the “ENTER” button twice.
**) Note: In order for the UPS and power management software to operate normally, Manual
Bypass should always be set to OFF as the load will not be protected by the unit when Manual
Bypass is ON. This is aimed for operating an external maintenance bypass switch.
7.4 Interpreting UPS messages
Troubleshooting procedures described here give simple instructions in determining UPS
malfunctions.
Start the troubleshooting procedure if you witness any alarm indication on the control panel.
Alarm indicators
The UPS gives the following audible alarms:

If UPS is on battery and the ON BATTERY LED is on, UPS will beep every 5 seconds.

If the battery capacity is low and the ON BATTERY LED is flashing, the UPS will beep
twice every 5 seconds.

If UPS is on bypass and the BYPASSED LED is on, UPS will no beep.

If UPS has an internal fault and the ALARM LED is on, the UPS will give a constant
audible alarm displaying the cause on the LCD display.
Silencing an alarm
By pressing any of the three buttons on the front panel, the alarm can be turned off, except when
the battery is low, which will cause the alarm to resound.
On the LCD display, you can also choose silent alarm mode which will not warn you of any
malfunction audibly.
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7.5 Trouble shooting
Displayed on LCD
Audible Alarm Alarm Description
What You Should Do
Two Beeps per
second
The UPS is overloaded (in
Line Mode). Your
equipment needs more
power than the UPS can
provide. The UPS operates
in bypass.
Shut off the least important
equipment connected to the UPS.
If this solves the overload problem,
the UPS will switch from bypass
back to normal operation.
Battery Test
No Beeps
The UPS is doing a battery
test.
No action needed. The UPS will
return to normal operation when it
successfully completes the battery
test.
Over-Charge
Constant beep
Batteries are overcharged.
Turn off protected loads. Turn off
UPS and call your local dealer
Low Battery
2 beeps every
5seconds
The unit is operating on
Battery Power and will shut The unit will restart Automatically
down soon due to very low when acceptable power returns.
battery voltage
On-Battery
Once every 5
seconds
The unit is operating on
Battery Power.
Save your data and perform a
controlled shutdown.
Charger Failure
Constant beep
Charger has failed.
Phone the local dealer
Over-Temperature
Constant beep
Make sure the unit’s fans and vent
holes are not blocked, and make
sure the ambient surrounding
High ambient Temperature. temperature is not above 40 degree
C. If these conditions did not solve
the problem, call your service
representative.
Output Short
Constant beep
Output short circuit
Call the Local dealer
High output Voltage
Constant beep
High output voltage
Call the Local dealer
Low Output Voltage
Constant beep
Low output voltage
Call the Local dealer
2 Beeps per
second
High internal DC bus
Voltage.
Turn off protected loads. Turn off
UPS and call your local dealer
UPS mains connector polarity
Wrong. Rotate the connector
(Schuko). UPS installed to mains
supply without ground. See page
15 on how to disable the Site
wiring alarm
Output Overload
Bus Fault
Site wiring Fault
1 Beep per
second
Voltage detected Between
Neutral and Ground
Line abnormal
1 Beep per
second
Wrong AC Line backed up
during auto restart
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8. Maintenance
With a minimal amount of maintenance, you can expect the UPS to application, otherwise
consider changing the batteries. have a long life free of trouble. The most critical issues for the
reliability of the UPS are environmental issues. Ensure that the temperature and humidity are
always according to specifications and keep the area around the unit clean and dust free.
At a temperature of 25°C, the typical battery lifetime is 4 years.
Pay special attention on UPS air apertures and make sure the apertures and holes are not blocked
or covered by dust.
Also check at regular intervals of 6 to 12 months whether the back-up time of the battery is
adequate for its
WARNING!
Batteries may cause electrical shock or burn from high short circuit currents. Please
observe the following precautions: 1. Remove jewelry and metal objects such as
watches and rings. 2. Use tools that have insulated handles. 3. Keep tools and other
metal objects from contacting and away from the batteries.
ELECTRIC ENERGY HAZARD. Do not attempt to rewire, alter, or change any
battery wiring or connectors. Attempting to make such alterations can cause injury.
Replace the batteries with the same number and type as originally installed batteries.
DO NOT DISCONNECT the batteries while UPS is in Battery mode.
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9. Technical Specifications
RT model at PF0.9
RT model (with LCD display)
6000VA
10000VA
Capacity
Capacity (VA)
6000VA
10000VA
Capacity (W)
5400W
9000W
Output
Voltage (on battery)
220V, 230V, 240V +/-2% (Selectable Output Voltage)
Frequency (on battery)
50 / 60 Hz +/-0.5%
Transfer Time
0 ms
Overload Recovery
Auto transfer to UPS
High Efficiency mode (AC to AC)
> 95 %
> 97 %
UPS Design Technology
On-Line / Fully digitized microprocessor controlled
Output Wave Form
Sine wave
Harmonic distortion
< 3% of T.H.D. at linear load
Crest Factor
Protection
Surge Protection
and
Overload Protection
Filtering
Short Circuit Protection
System/
Visual Display (LED model)
Display/
Warning
Visual Display (LCD model)
3:1
IEC 61000-4-5 level 3
106~120% for 30 seconds and 121~150% for 10 seconds
UPS output cut off immediately or input fuse / circuit breaker protection
UPS on(green), line-mode(green), battery mode(yellow), bypass(yellow), fault(red)
Input / output voltage, input / output frequency, on-line mode, back up mode, battery
capacity, load level
Audible Alarm (Battery back-up)
Beep every 5 sec
UPS Fault
Continuous beeping sound and LCD display
Communication
Battery
RS-232 Serial Port and USB
Type
DC Voltage (V) Battery (EBP)
Sealed, maintenance-free lead acid batteries
240V / 12V7AH x 20
240V / 12V9AH x 20
Typical Recharge Time to 90% Full
Management
Battery Protection
4 hours
Self-test, adjustable battery transfer points and alarm settings
Cut off without draining any current when battery is low
Cold Start (DC start)
Back Up Time
Physical
YES
About 3~5 min. full load / 10~15 min.
About 3~5 min. full load / 9~10 min.
half load
half load
Input Inlet
Hardwire
Receptacles
UPS Dimensions W/O ISOTR
W x D x H mm (inch)
Net Weight W/O ISOTR kg (lb)
UPS Shipping Weight W/O ISOTR
kg (lb)
Hardwire
428 x 597 x 130
428 x 658 x 130
(16.9” x 23.5” x 5.1”)
(16.9” x 25.9” x 5.1”)
20 (44.0)
24 (52.8)
24 (52.8)
28 (61.6)
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Environment
Operating Temperature
0~40°C / 32~104°F
Storage Temperature
-20~50°C / -4~122°F
Altitude
Audible Noise
(1 meter from surface)
2000 meters max
60 dBA
Relative Humidity
< 60 dBA
0 ~ 95% humidity, non-condensing
Conformance Safety
EMC (EMS / EMI)
IEC / EN 62040-1
IEC / EN 62040-2
Equipment Protection Policy
Power Dissipation
IEC / EN 62040-2
Warranty policy may vary depends on region
1433 BTU/h
1433 BTU/h
WARNING: When power supplied by external batteries, output toward loads must be limited to
less than 90% of overall power generation.
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10. RT 6KVA(3U+3U) Mechanical
A.
VRT 6K RACK-TOWER (3U+3U) DESIGN:
(1) BASIC COMPONENT: INCLUDING 3U-UPS & 3U-BATT. CABINET
FRONT VIEW
REAR VIEW
(2) UPS REAR PANEL COMPONENTS:
H. TERMINAL BLOCK
I. BREAKER
J. EXTERNAL BATTERY CONNECTOR
K. BYPASS SWITCH
L. SNMP SLOT
M. RS232 + EPO
N. TVSS
O. USB
P. REMOTE CONTROL PORT
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(3) Connect the Battery cabinet to UPS:
(4) FEATURE of REMOTE CONTROL FUNCTION:
a. Remove the original right side panel and take apart the control panel unit. Then
assemble the blank right side panel.
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b. Connect the Control panel unit and Remote control port from rear side.
c.
B.
Running the remote-control function.
5 in 1 FUNCTION BRACKETS on RACK-MOUNT 3U DESIGN:
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(1) 19” Rack installation:
Mount the 3U rack-mount in a 19-inch EIA 310 C standard rack.
19” rack
width
(2) 23” Rack installation:
Change the position of the two mounting brackets to mount the 3U rack-mount in a
23-inch EIA 310 C standard rack.
23” rack width
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(3) Tower installation:
a.
Move the mounting brackets from the front to the side and attach the brackets by
screws. Then let the UPS stand with the vertical direction as the below pictures
shown.
b.
Rotate the control panel unit from horizontal to vertical direction.
(4) Wall installation:
Move the mounting brackets from the front to the side and attach the brackets by screws.
Then mount the UPS to the wall as the below pictures shown.
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(5) Installation with rear Bracket:
We can use bracket to support the rear side of UPS or battery cabinet.
6~10KVA
UPS Shutdown procedures:
STEP 1:
From the front panel, press and hold “ON/OFF” button to 2 seconds until hear a long beep
sound and see “SHUTDOWN” on the screen. The release ON/OFF button, later you will see
“UPS OFF” text appears and disappears.
STEP 2:
While display panel shows no text but only backlight, turn off input breaker.
STEP 3:
After turning off input breaker, turn off battery breaker until all fans stop to complete the
shutdown procedures.
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