Always “On” UPS Systems Inc.
Always “On” UPS Systems Inc.
Din Rail UPS System
Single Phase Input, Single Phase Output
Uninterruptible Power Supply
600VA
User Manual
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SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
ΠThis manual contains important instructions for the DR UPS systems and
should be followed during installation and maintenance of the UPS and
batteries.
ΠThe UPS contains voltages that are potentially hazardous. Please contact
our dealers or qualified personnel for service.
ΠServicing of the batteries should be performed or supervised by personnel
knowledgeable with batteries and the required precautions. Keep
unauthorized personnel away from batteries.
ΠWhen replacing batteries, replace with the same model number, type and
rating.
ΠCAUTION: Do not dispose of battery or batteries in a fire. The batteries
may explode.
ΠCAUTION: Do not open or mutilate the battery or batteries. Released
electrolyte is harmful to the skin and eyes. It may be toxic.
ΠCAUTION: A battery can present a risk of electrical shock and high short
circuit current. The following precautions should be observed when
working on or with the batteries.
−
Remove watches, rings, or other metal objects.
−
Use tools with insulated handles.
−
Wear rubber gloves and boots.
−
Do not lay tools or metal parts on top of batteries.
−
Disconnect charging source prior to connecting or disconnecting
battery terminals.
−
Determine if the battery is inadvertently grounded. If inadvertently
grounded, remove source of ground. Contact with any part of a
grounded battery can result in electric shock. The likelihood of a
shock will be reduced if grounds are removed during installation and
maintenance (applicable to a UPS and a remote battery supply not
having a grounded supply circuit).
ΠCAUTION: To ensure the safety and performance of the UPS, never load
the UPS with a hair dryer, heater, laser printer or other types of inductive
loads.
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Table of Contents
1.
INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................... 1
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................................................................ 2
2.
PRESENTATION ................................................................................................................... 4
3.
INSTALLATION..................................................................................................................... 5
4.
OPERATION........................................................................................................................... 7
5.
AUDIBLE ALARM................................................................................................................. 9
6.
SOFTWARE OPTIONS ......................................................................................................... 9
7.
BATTERY REPLACEMENT............................................................................................... 11
8.
TROUBLESHOOTING ........................................................................................................ 12
9.
SPECIFICATIONS .............................................................................................................. 13
10.
CONTACT INFORMATION ............................................................................................. 15
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1.
INTRODUCTION
The Din Rail (DR) UPS system includes the newest and latest
technology enhancements. The AVR function (on-line voltage boost-up
& buck-down) allows for a wide input voltage range of 90 to 150VAC.
The DR UPS system is ideal protection din rail mounted equipment.
After the UPS has been turned “On”, the charger will charge the internal
battery to its float level for use in emergency. In the event of a blackout
(or sever brownout) the UPS will automatically switch to back-up mode
and maintain power to the load until the utility is restored or the battery
reaches a low voltage state. Also included, with our DR UPS systems, is
a cyclic self-testing function to verify both the operation of the UPS and
the condition of the battery.
Note: Interference to radio/TV might occur in a particular installation.
If this UPS causes interference to radio or television reception, which
can be determined by turning the UPS off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of
following measures:
1. Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different
from that to which the receiver is connected.
2. Increase the separation between the equipment and the
receiver.
3. Re-orientate the receiving antenna.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1. The UPS has its own internal energy source (battery),
therefore the output terminal may have electricity present
even though the UPS is disconnected from the utility power.
2. The DC voltage provided from the internal battery is
12VDC.
3. Isolated Ground Wire refers to the bare wire
connecting electrical equipment to ground.
The
isolated ground wire (green or green with yellow
stripe) must meet national wire requirements.
4. Battery must be replaced or serviced by qualified,
knowledgeable, personnel.
5. Replacement battery must be the type, quantity and
configured the same as the original(s).
6. To avoid explosions, keep open flame and other heat
emitting sources away from battery.
7. Do not disassemble or damage the battery. The
electrolyte is toxic and especially harmful to the eyes
and skin.
8. The battery contains high voltages and currents that are
dangerous.
To maintain secure operation and
performance of the UPS, the user must exercise basic
and regular maintenance.
Please follow the
precautions below:
Do not remove the UPS cover unless authorized by
factory. Removing the cover will void the warranty.
Do not install the UPS in an environment with
excessive humidity.
Do not allow liquids or foreign objects to get inside the
UPS.
Allow for air circulation through the UPS.
A
minimum clearance of 10cm is required on all sides.
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Do not load the UPS with appliances such as a hair
dryer, heater, vacuum, kettle, etc.
Keep the UPS away from direct sunlight and heatemitting sources.
Install the UPS as close as possible to the load for
maximum protection.
9. Storage Requirements
Recharge the UPS batteries every 6 months for no less
than 8 hours at a time.
Under a high ambient temperature environment,
recharge the UPS batteries every 3 months for no less
than 8 hours at a time
10. High Voltage Risk:
High voltages might exist between the battery
terminal and the grounding system, if the battery
circuit has not been disconnected from the UPS
circuit.
Please check this voltage before
connecting.
Disconnect the battery wires before proceeding
with maintenance. High voltages may be present
between the UPS internal components and battery
even after the input power is disconnected.
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2.
PRESENTATION
Side Panel
1. “ON-LINE / BACKUP / OVERLOAD" indicator
(GREEN LED)
2. "ON/OFF/TEST/SILENCE" button
Press and hold the button for more than 3 seconds to turn the
UPS “ON” or “OFF”, press and hold the button less than 1
second to activate a self-test, or silence the back up alarm.
3. Fuse Holder
4. Input / Output AC Terminal Block
Side Panel of Din Rail Mount UPS
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Side Mount Terminal Block
3.
3.1
INSTALLATION
Unpacking and Inspection
Examine the Din Rail UPS packaging for damage. Inform the carrier
immediately if and/or when damage is noticed. Retain the packaging for
future use.
3.2
Placement
Install the Din Rail UPS in a protected area with adequate airflow, free of
excessive dust and other airborne particles. Allow for air circulation
through the Din Rail UPS. A minimum clearance of 10cm is required on
all sides. Do not operate the Din Rail UPS where the temperature and
humidity is outside the specified limits.
3.3
Connect to Utility
Connect the included AC input power connector to utility power and the
UPS system.
3.4
Charging the Battery
The UPS charges its battery whenever the UPS is in “LINE” mode.
NOTE: For best results, initially charge the battery for 4 hours before
connecting a load.
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Connecting the Load
Connect the load to the “AC Output” terminal strip on the side of the UPS.
To use the UPS as a master on/off switch, make sure all of the loads
connected to the UPS are switched on.
CAUTION:
Never connect a laser printer or plotter to the UPS with other computer
equipment.
A laser printer or plotter draws significantly more power when starting up
than when idling. The laser printer or plotter will overload the UPS on start
up. Thus, the UPS needs to be increased in size to accommodate the in-rush
of power if a laser printer or plotter requires protection against blackouts,
brownouts and over-voltage.
Storage Conditions
Store the UPS upright, covered and in a cool, dry location, with its battery
fully charged. Before storing, charge the UPS for at least eight (8) hours.
Extended Storage
To store the Din Rail UPS for extended periods, these instructions should
be followed:
1.
In environments where the ambient temperature is -15 to
+30°C (+5 to +86°F), charge the UPS battery every 6 months.
2.
In environments where the ambient temperature is +30 to
+45°C (+86 to +113°F), charge the UPS battery every 3
months.
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4. OPERATION
Switching “On” the UPS
Make sure the Din Rail UPS is connected and the utility power is present.
Press and hold the “On/Off/Test/Silence” Button for more than 3 seconds
or until the LED is lit. This switches the UPS “On”. The UPS will
perform self-testing each time it is switched “On”.
Note: When switched off, and still connected to the utility, the UPS
maintains the battery charge and will respond to commands received
through the computer interface port (600 VA model only).
Switching “Off” the UPS
Press and hold the “On/Off/Test/Silence” Button for more than 3 seconds,
or until the “Line Normal” or “Back-Up” LED turns off.
Self-Test
Use the self-test to verify both the operation of the UPS and the condition
of the battery. When normal utility power is present, push the
“On/Off/Test/Silence” Button for less than 1 second and the UPS will
perform a self-test function. During the self-test, the UPS operates in
back-up mode.
During the self-test, the UPS briefly provides power to the load from the
batteries. The LED shall flash every 2 seconds during this test. If the UPS
passes the self-test, it returns to on-line operation.
NOTE:
On completion of the test, the LED stops flashing and remains on. If the
UPS fails the self-test, it immediately returns to on-line operation. If a
failure occurred, recharge the battery overnight and perform the self-test
again. If the UPS still fails the self-test, ask our nearest dealer to replace
the battery. The loads are unaffected when performing a self-test.
Silence the Alarm
In Back Up mode, push the “On/Off/Test/Silence” Button for less than 1
second to silence the audible alarm. Note that, this function is void when
under condition of "LOW BATTERY" or "OVERLOAD"
Cold Start
When the UPS is off and there is no utility power, use the cold start
feature to apply power to the loads from the UPS battery. Press the
“On/Off/Test/Silence” button until the UPS beeps. Please refer to Front
Panel section for location of the indicator.
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Shutdown Mode
In shutdown mode the UPS stops supplying power to the load, and waits
for the return of utility power. If there is no utility power present, external
devices (e.g., servers) connected to the computer interface can command
the UPS to shutdown. This is normally done to preserve battery capacity
after the controlled shutdown of protected servers. The UPS will scroll the
front panel indicators sequentially when shutting down.
Green Function
In order to conserve battery power, the UPS will automatically shutdown
when in back-up mode, after 5 minutes, if the connected loads are
operating at less than 20 watts.
To disable “GREEN FUNCTION” press and hold the “On” button during
initial start-up for at least 3 seconds, until a beep-beep sound is heard.
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5. AUDIBLE ALARM
Back-Up (Slow Alarm)
When in back-up mode, the LED flashes every 2 seconds and the UPS
sounds an audible alarm. The alarm stops when the UPS returns to line
normal operation. Press the “On/Off/Test/Silence” Button during back-up
mode to silence the beeping.
Low Battery (Rapid Alarm)
In back-up mode, when the battery energy runs low, the UPS beeps
rapidly, twice every second, until the UPS shuts down from battery
exhaustion or returns to line normal operation. This alarm cannot be
muted.
Overload (Continuous Alarm)
The UPS is overloaded when the connected load exceeds the maximum
rated capacity of the UPS. The UPS sounds a continuous alarm to warn of
an overload condition. Disconnect non-essential loads until the UPS stops
the alarm, this will eliminate the overload.
Replace Battery (Continuous Alarm)
The UPS emits a continuous beep if the battery fails the self-test. See
replace battery section for battery replacement or call your dealer for
services.
6. SOFTWARE OPTIONS
UPSMON Software
The UPSMON software uses the standard RS-232 interface to perform
monitoring functions, and then provides an orderly shutdown of a
computer in the event of power failure. Moreover, UPSMON displays all
the diagnostic symptoms through a graphical display, such as Voltage,
Frequency, Battery Level, etc.
The software is available for DOS, Windows 3.1x, Windows 95/98/00/XP
& Windows NT V3.5 or later.
Interface Kits
A series of interface kits are available for various operating systems that
provide UPS monitoring. Each interface kit includes the special interface
cable required to convert status signals from the UPS into signals that the
individual operating system will recognize. The interface cable at the UPS
side must be connected to the REMOTE PORT, at the computer side it can
be connected to either COM1 or COM2. For other installation instructions
and powerful features please refer to READ ME file included within the
software.
Caution:
Use only factory supplied or authorized UPS monitoring kits!
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Computer Interface Port
The computer interface port has the following characteristics:
The communication port on the back of the UPS may be connected to a
host computer. This port allows the computer to monitor the status of the
UPS and control the operation of the UPS. Its major functions include the
following:
1.
The ability to broadcast a warning when the power fails.
2.
The ability to close any open files before the battery reserves are
exhausted.
3.
The ability to turn off the UPS.
4.
The ability to make the UPS perform a self-test.
Some computers are equipped with a serial connector to link with the
communication port, in some cases a special plug-in card may be needed.
RS-232 Communication
1.
Pin 3 is the RS-232 data input from computer (RX)
2.
Pin 2 is the RS-232 data output to computer (TX).
3.
Pin 4 is the RS-232 (DTR)
4.
Pin 7 is the RS-232 (RTS)
5.
Pin 5 is the common or computer ground
DB-9 Pin Configuration for the Limousin II
1
6
2
7
3
8
4
9
5
3
2
7
4
5
RS-232 RD (PIN 3)
RS-232 TX (PIN 2)
RS-232 RTS (PIN 7)
RS-232 DTR (PIN 4)
Ground (PIN 5)
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7.
BATTERY REPLACEMENT
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Your battery should run anywhere from 3-5 years before it needs to be
replaced.
Please follow the instructions below for easy, trouble free, battery replacement.
Turn the UPS off. Follow procedure previously mentioned.
Disconnect UPS from utility power source and disconnect all connected loads.
Disconnect AC power cord from unit.
Turn unit upside down. Using a Philips screwdriver, unscrew the four (4)
screws holding the top of the unit to the bottom. Put screws in a safe place for
reassembly.
Holding the top together firmly with the bottom, turn the entire unit right side
up.
Carefully lift top cover off and place it to the side. The connecting wires and
electronics will be exposed.
CAUTION:
Be careful not to touch any inner components of the Din Rail UPS when
changing the battery. Electrical shock hazards may be present.
9.
10.
Remove the two (2) connecting wires from the battery.
You can now easily remove the battery from the unit
CAUTION:
Do not dispose of battery in a fire. Do not attempt to open the battery.
CAUTION:
When replacing the battery, only use tools with insulated handles and
remove metal jewelry like watches, rings, etc., to avoid risk of electrical
shock and burns.
11.
12.
13.
Place your new battery in the same position, direction and reconnect the wires.
The red wire to the positive (+) pole and black wire to the negative (-) pole.
Reverse steps 5, 4 and 3 (in that order) to reassemble the unit.
Follow start-up instructions in order to properly reconnect your equipment.
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8.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Please follow the guidelines below for common problems:
9
Check UPS input terminal and wiring.
9
Check UPS input voltage.
Please prepare the information as follows for service personnel:
9
UPS model number and serial number
9
Description of problem(s) in detail.
General Problems
Problems
Possible causes
Fuse at back panel open
UPS has no reaction while
No AC input
AC power from utility is
UPS fault
connected
Battery failure
UPS has no reaction while
Fuse at back panel burnt
AC power is connected, yet No AC input
starts after pushing power
UPS AC detecting circuit fail
on/off switch
Check power cord
Utility voltage or frequency
UPS goes into back-up mode
abnormal
while connected to AC power
UPS AC detecting circuit failure
Battery can not provide
Battery deteriorated
normal back-up power in the Batteries not fully charged
event of a blackout
Battery charger damaged
After AC connected to UPS,
Abnormal utility power
alarm sounds short and fast
beeps and UPS shuts down
Solution
Replace Fuse
Check Utility AC power
Call for service
Call service center to replace batteries
Replace fuse
Check Utility AC power
Call for service
Check AC power
Call for service
Charge batteries and reset
If that doesn’t work call for service
Check input power
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9.
SPECIFICATIONS
UPC Order Code
Capacity
Voltage
INPUT
Frequency
Input
Voltage (on battery)
Frequency (on
battery)
OUTPUT
Auto Voltage
Regulation (AVR
Function)
Terminal Block
Transfer Time
Spike/Noise
PROTECTION Protection
and
Overload Protection
FILTERING
Short Circuit
825433 00102
825433 00113
500VA
600VA
120VAC nominal, +/-20%
120VAC nominal, +/-20%
50 or 60Hz +/- 10% (auto sensing) 50 or 60Hz +/- 10% (auto sensing)
Hard wire - Terminal Block
Hard wire - Terminal Block
120VAC +/-5%, Modified Sine
Wave
120VAC +/-5%, Modified Sine
Wave
50 or 60Hz +/- 1Hz
50 or 60Hz +/- 1Hz
Automatically regulates the output Automatically regulates the output
voltage to within +/-10% of
voltage to within +/-10% of
nominal
nominal
Hard wire
Hard wire
4-6ms, including detection
4-6ms, including detection
YES
YES
YES
Fuse protection or immediately
shutdown
YES
Fuse protection or immediately
shutdown
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Type
Typical Recharge
BATTERY
Time
Back up Time
Net weight kg(lbs)
PHYSICAL Shipping weight
kg(lbs)
DATA
Dimension (mm)
WxDxH
LED Display
INTERFACE
Audible Alarm
Elevation
ENVIRONME Temperature range
NT
Humidity
Audible Noise
Safety
SAFETY
APPROVAL EMI/RFI
Surge/Transient
Sealed, maintenance-free lead acid Sealed, maintenance-free lead acid
6 hours (to 90% of full capacity)
6 hours (to 90% of full capacity)
5-10 minutes
4.0(8.8)
10-15 minutes
6.5 (14.3)
4.5(9.9)
7.2 (15.9)
265x97x135
320x97x135
Normal / Backup / Overload
YES
3,500 meters max.
0-40oC
0-95% non-condensing
<40dBA (1 meter from surface)
cUL/UL 1778, CSA C22.2, CE
FCC Class B
IEEE C62.41 Category A
Normal / Backup / Overload
YES
3,500 meters max.
0-40oC
0-95% non-condensing
<40dBA (1 meter from surface)
cUL/UL 1778, CSA C22.2, CE
FCC Class B
IEEE C62.41 Category A
Specifications are subject to change without prior notice to reflect upgrades and improvements in technology.
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CONTACT INFORMATION
Additional Purchases or Upgrades
Always “On” UPS Systems Inc.
Bldg 1 – 150 Campion Road,
Kelowna, BC, Canada, V1X 7S8
Phone: (250) 491-9777 Ext 451
Fax:
(250) 491-9775
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.alwayson.com
QA / Warranty Questions
Always “On” UPS Systems Inc.
Bldg 1 – 150 Campion Road,
Kelowna, BC, Canada, V1X 7S8
Phone: (250) 491-9777 Ext 209
Fax:
(250) 491-9775
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.alwayson.com
Software Questions
Always “On” UPS Systems Inc.
Bldg 1 – 150 Campion Road,
Kelowna, BC, Canada, V1X 7S8
Phone: (250) 491-9777 Ext 204
Fax:
(250) 491-9775
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.alwayson.com
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