MISSION 6K-10K Ver.02

M

ission

6

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10 K

Single Phase UPS

Electrical System for Continuity

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Contents

1. Safety ...................................................................................................................................................... 3

1.1 Safety.............................................................................................................................................. 3

1.2 Symbol Description ........................................................................................................................ 3

2. Product Introduction ............................................................................................................................. 5

2.1 The appearance of the product ...................................................................................................... 5

2.2 The principle of the product ............................................................................................................ 6

2.3 Product Category ........................................................................................................................... 6

3. Installation .............................................................................................................................................. 7

3.1 Unpacking and inspection .............................................................................................................. 7

3.2 Installation note .............................................................................................................................. 7

3.3 UPS input and output connection ................................................................................................... 8

3.4 Connection of the UPS communication Cables ............................................................................. 8

3.5 Parallel card (Optional) ................................................................................................................... 9

3.6 External battery conection (for extend model only) ..................................................................... 10

4. Panel display, operation and running ............................................................................................... 12

4.1 Start up and turn off UPS ............................................................................................................. 12

4.1.1 Start up operation .............................................................................................................. 12

4.1.2 Turn off operation .............................................................................................................. 12

4.2 Faceplate display ......................................................................................................................... 12

4.2.1 Faceplate display illumination ........................................................................................... 12

4.2.2 LCD display ....................................................................................................................... 13

4.3 Parameters setting ....................................................................................................................... 16

4.3.1 Mode setting ...................................................................................................................... 16

4.3.2 Output voltage class setting .............................................................................................. 16

4.3.3 Input/Output frequency class setting ................................................................................ 17

4.3.4 Battery capacity setting ..................................................................................................... 17

4.3.5 Battery quantity setting ..................................................................................................... 18

4.3.6 Bypass Volt-HI setting ....................................................................................................... 18

4.3.7 Bypass Volt-Low setting .................................................................................................... 19

4.3.8 Buzzer Mute Setting .......................................................................................................... 19

4.3.9 Battery Test Setting ........................................................................................................... 20

4.3.10 Parallel ID setting .............................................................................................................. 21

4.3.11 Parallel quantity setting ..................................................................................................... 21

4.3.12 Parallel redundancy quantity setting ................................................................................. 22

4.4 Display Messages/record ............................................................................................................. 23

4.4.1 Operational Status and Mode ........................................................................................... 23

4.4.2 Modes and Alarm Information ........................................................................................... 23

5. Maintenance ......................................................................................................................................... 24

5.1 Battery maintenance ........................................................................................................................ 24

6. Troubleshooting and performance of the product .......................................................................... 25

6.1 Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................................ 25

6.2 EMC standard/Safety standard .................................................................................................... 25

6.3 Product Performance ................................................................................................................... 26

7. RS232 Communication port definition .............................................................................................. 28

Thank you for purchasing this series UPS.

This series UPS is an intelligent, Single phase in Single phase out, high frequency online UPS designed by our R&D team who is with years of designing experiences on UPS. With excellent electrical performance, perfect intelligent monitoring and network functions, smart appearance, complying with EMC and safety standards, The UPS meets the world’s advanced level.

Read this manual carefully before installation

This manual provides technical support to the operator of the equipment.

Note: Because of the continuous improvements, our products may differ somewhat from the contents included in this manual. You can contact local office to get the information when necessary.

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1. SAFETY

This chapter mainly introduces the safety signs and security considerations of MISSION 6K/10K series high frequency online ups. Before any operation of equipment, you should read the content of this chapter carefully.

1.1 Safety

There exists dangerous voltage and high temperature inside the UPS. During the installation, operation and maintenance, please abide the local safety instructions and relative laws, otherwise it will result in personnel injury or equipment damage. Safety instructions in this manual act as a supplementary for the local safety instructions. Our company will not assume the liability that caused by disobeying safety instructions.

Our company will not assume the liability that caused by disobey of safety instructions. Please note the following:

1. Don’t use the UPS when the actual load exceeds the rated load.

2. There are high-capacity batteries in the standard type UPS. You must not open the enclosure or it will lead to electric shock. If it needs internal maintenance or battery replacement, please send it to the designated site.

3. Internal short-circuit of the UPS will cause electric shock or fire. So don’t place the containers equipped with liquid on the top of the UPS so as not to cause danger of electric shock and so on.

4. Don’t put the UPS in a place with high temperature or humidity as well as the corrosive gas, much dust.

5. Keep good air circulation between in-vent on front panel and out-vent on back panel.

6. Avoid direct sunlight or near heat-dispensed objects.

7. In case that the smoke appears on the UPS, please cut off the power as soon as possible and contact the dealer service site.

1.2 Symbol Description

The safety symbols cited in this manual are shown in Fig. 1-1, which are used to inform readers of safety issues that should be obeyed when installation, operation and maintenance.

Fig.1-1 Symbol meanings

Safety Symbol Indication

Attention

Static discharge sensitive

Electric shock

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There are three levers of safety grade: Dangerous, Warning and Attention. The remark is on the right side of the safety symbol, the detailed comments are shown as following:

Dangerous: Indicate risk of serious injury or death or seriously damage of the equipment.

Warning: Indicate risk of serious injury or damage of the equipment.

Attention: Indicate risk of injury or damage of the equipment.

Description of Commonly Used Symbols

Some or all of the following symbols may be used in this manual. It is advisable to familiarize yourself with them and understand their meaning:

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2. PRODUCT INTRODUCTION

2.1 The appearance of the product

6KVA Front Panel view

EPO

COM

USB

6KVA Rear Panel view

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2.2 The principle of the product

Fig. 2-1 UPS Principle Diagram

1. Input filter: Complete filtering the input AC utility power to provide the clean power for UPS.

2. AC/DC converter: Convert the filtered AC mains to DC and boost the DC for DC/AC inverter.

3. DC/DC booster: When the UPS works in battery mode, the circuit boosts the DC for DC/AC inverter.

4. DC/AC inverter: Convert the boosted DC to stable AC output.

5. Bypass: When overload or failure of inverting happen in the UPS, it transfers to bypass mode to supply power to loads.

6. Charger: Standard unit provides 1A; long backup unit provides 6A Max.

7. Battery: Sealed Lead Acid Battery.

8. Output filter: Complete filtering the output of the UPS to provide the clean power for loads.

2.3 Product Category

UPS Type Remark

6KVA

Internal 16

20PCS (12V/PCS) batteries

Standard unit

10KVA

Internal 16

20PCS (12V/PCS) batteries

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3. INSTALLATION

3.1 Unpacking and inspection

1. Unpacking the box and check the UPS. If damaged or some parts missing, don’t start the machine and inform your supplier.

2. Check the box content (please consult Box Content Table).

3. Check if the UPS is that you wanted to purchase. You can verify it on the label on the rear panel of the

UPS.

3.2

Installation note

Put the UPS at flat place next to the equipment.

Keep UPS at least 20cm from wall or equipment or other object. Don’t block the ventilation holes of the

UPS front panel and bottom part, so as to keep the ventilation in good conditions to prevent the temperature inside becomes high.

Keep the UPS away from high temperature, water, flammable gas, corrosive gas, dust, direct sunlight or explosive. Don’t leave the UPS outdoor.

Install a double-pole joined actuator with more than 40A/63A

6KVA/10KVA) at the input L-N, in order to cut off the power when in emergency situation.

PDU is required to connect to the UPS output so as to weaken the affect between loads.

In order to fix the UPS, please lock its wheels by shifting the sheet on each wheel.

RCD load like computer, linear load and small inductive load can be connected to the UPS. Please contact dealer if other types of loads are required to connect.

For the security of the users and equipments, please be sure to take correct power configuration.

L

Fig.3-1 Correct power configuration

INPUT L

U

OUT PUT L

INPUT N

P

OUT PUT N

LOAD

S

Fig.3-2 Wrong power configuration

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3.3

UPS input and output connection

Minimum 6AWG copper wires are required for the 6KVA, and 10AWG for 10KVA, including input/output cables and battery cables.

1) Switch off all breakers before connecting cables.

2) Remove the cover of the terminals, refer to chapter 2.1, follow fig. 3-3 to connect the cables

Fig.3-3 I/O terminals connection

CAUTION!

Connector are required so as to ensure the connections have a better clamping.

Don’t reverse the input L and N.

Don’t connect the UPS input to a wall outlet or the outlet will get burnt.

3) Connect the UPS output L, N, GND to L, N, GND of load via a PDU. Tighten the screws and shelter the terminals

3.4 Connection of the UPS communication cables

1

USB cable provided in accessories can be used to connect the UPS with PC

2

Follow steps below to install SNMP (optional):

A. Remove the cover of SNMP slot at UPS rear panel and keep it for further use.

B. Insert the SNMP card and tighten the screws

C. Connect the UPS with internet by network cable.

D. Refer to the SNMP manual provided to do SNMP setting.

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3.5 Parallel Card (Optional)

Parallel installation steps as below:

1) Loosen the screws in the parallel card slot and remove the cover, please keep the cover for future use.

2) Insert the parallel card into the slot and tighten the screws.

3) Connect the UPS with parallel cables.

4) Connect all the outputs of the parallel UPS to one patch board before connect to the loads. See the picture as follows.

5) Start one UPS in turn and set parameters through LCD: working mode: parallel mode; parallel ID: setting ID in sequence; total numbers in parallel: according to the actual numbers; parallel redundancy sets: setting when redundancy requirement (See the Manual Chapter 4.3.10; 4.3.11;

4.3.12 for more methods of parameter setting).

6) Start UPS at the same time or in turn, they will provide power supply to loads in parallel operation after finishing setting the ups. Additional, it can also be communicated and setted with PC through

USB. See the steps as below.

1. Start up the UPS one by one

, connect USB to the computer, start up software and manual are included in the CD-ROM.

2. Open the set up interface to set up relevant parameters as below

Work mode, parallel operation;

Parallel ID: Set up the ID one by one;

Parallel amount: set the amount in parallel.

3. After finishing setting up

, the UPS can be started up at the same time or one by one. The UPS will work in parallel to supply power to the loads.

NOTICE: When the UPS in parallel, the input can be the same or different, but the output should be paralleled to one patch board.

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3.6 External battery connection (for extend model only)

1) Make sure battery quantity complies with the specs (16/18/20 pieces of 12V battery in parallel).

Measure the voltage of battery bank after finishing connection and the battery voltage should be around 192/216/240Vdc.

NOTICE:

1. Don’t mix batteries with different capacity, manufacturers and don’t mix brand new and old batteries, either.

2. The standard setting of the battery is 16 pcs and battery capacity is 65AH (charge current is

6A).When connecting with 18 pcs or 20 pcs battery, please start up the UPS under AC mode, connect to the computer to set up battery number and capacity, the UPS will follow battery capacity to distribute charge current automatically (Max charge current is 6A)

2) The breaker on battery cabinet should be off.

3) Remove the cover of terminals. Pay attention! DC voltage is always present on the battery terminals of

UPS.

4) Connect batteries following this procedure step by step (don’t reverse battery connection):

A) positive pole UPS side to positive pole Battery Cabinet side (BAT+)

B) common pole UPS side to common pole Battery Cabinet side (BAT N)

C) negative pole UPS side to negative pole Battery Cabinet side (BAT-)

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Fig.3-4 External battery connection

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Warning:

Before installing battery, make sure that the UPS and breaker are all turned off. Remove all your metallic adornment such as finger ring, watch, and so on before connecting battery.

No anti-connection or short circuit between the battery anode and cathode forever. Red cable connect with battery anode “+” and black cable connect with cathode “-”.

Please use the screwdriver with insulating handle. Do not lay the tools or metallic goods on the battery.

Notice:

When using the external battery, It is best to use external battery cable which matches with the equipment.

When connecting load to UPS, first turn off load and then connect the power cable and finally turn on load one-by-one.

Inductance loads such as motor, fluorescent lamp, photocopier are strictly prohibited connecting to UPS to avoid damage.

Plug UPS on the special socket with over-current protection, the power socket that used should be connected with ground wire.

UPS is likely to have output voltage no matter whether the power input cable is plugged in mains input socket. If you wish UPS have no output, first break off the switch and then cancel the mains.

When connect laser printer, select the capacity of UPS according to the UPS start power because the startup power is higher.

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4. PANEL DISPLAY, OPERATION AND RUNNING

The operation is simple, operators only need to read the manual and follow the operation instructions listed in this manual, no need any special training.

4.1 Start up and turn off UPS

4.1.1 Start up operation

1

Turn on the UPS with Main present.

Once AC Power Cord is plugged in, close the Input Switch on the rear panel, the UPS will start automatically and the LCD display of the UPS will be lit on. You may view the data and set parameters on the LCD display as well as the LED display showing the status of the UPS.

2

Turn on the UPS with battery. (Main not present)

Close the Input Switch on the rear panel, press “On” on the front panel to start the UPS and in the meantime, the LCD display will light up. You may view the data and set parameters on the LCD display and the LED display of the UPS will show the latest status of the UPS.

4.1.2 Turn off operation

1

Turn off the UPS with Main present a) Press and hold the OFF key for 2 seconds to turn off the inverter, the UPS is in Bypass mode now. b) To shut down (turn off) the UPS completely, you need to open the input switch.

2

Turn off the UPS with connecting batteries (main not present) a) Press and hold the OFF key for 2 seconds to turn off the UPS. b) After UPS is turned off, all LED and LCD will be extinguished and there is no output.

Remarks: When the UPS is turned off from the inverter mode, it will discharge DC Bus to 80V, then shut down completely; therefore, sometimes, it takes more several seconds to complete.

4.2 Faceplate display

4.2.1 Faceplate display illumination

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(1) ALARM LED

(2) BYPASS LED

(3) BATTERY LED

(4) INVERTER LED

(5) LCD display

(6) Scroll button: enter to next item

(7) OFF button

(8) ON button

4.2.2 LCD display

NOTICE! The display provides more functions than those described in this manual. There are 10 interfaces available in the LCD display:

ITEM Interface Description Content Displayed

01

02

03

04

05

06

Input

Bat.

Bat. -

Output

Load

Temperature

07

08

09

10

CODE

Software version & model

Bus voltage

CODE

Voltage & Frequency

Voltage & Current

Voltage & Current

Voltage & Frequency

Load

PFC/Internal temperature and ambient temperature

Alarm Code(Warming Message)

DSP version of inverter software, model

Bus voltage ±

Operational Status and Mode

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1. When the UPS is connecting with the Utility or Battery at cold start mode, it shows as drawing below:

(1) Operational Status and mode

1) Operational Status and mode When the UPS at single mode, it shows “NOA” or “ECO”, but If the UPS at parallel mode, it shows “PAL” instead.

2) Press “scroll” button, the UPS goes to next page as shown below.

Battery

2

Input voltage

3

Bat + voltage (Positive)

Output

4

Bat – voltage (Negative)

5

Output voltage

20% load per grid

6

Load (7) PFC/ Ambient temperature up, only shows the high temperature

Internal temperature

( down

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( 8 ) Alarm Code

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Software version & model

( 10

Bus voltage

1. If some of above interfaces have battery charging, it will display the charging information at the same time as shown below.

Charging status

Input

Input

Boost Floating

2. Pressing “scroll” button, you may circulate all messages from the first one to the last one then returns back to the first one and vice versa.

3. All alarm codes are present when abnormal behaviour (s) occur (s).

The display value of the above parameter will update within 0.2s.

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4.3 Parameters setting

The setting function is controlled by 3 buttons (Enter , Off ▲ , On ▼ ): Enter ---goes into the setting page and value adjustment; Off ▲ & On ▼ ---for choosing different pages.

After the UPS turn ON, press buttons & ▲ for 3 seconds and then goes into the setting interface page. After finishing setting the parameter, press “ON” until exiting out of the current interface.

Note: Figure at left corner is the page number of the setting pages. After entering the setting interface, it will exit when without operation in 30s.

4.3.1 Mode setting

Input

Mode setting (Note: Inside the broken-line is the flashing part.)

After entering the setting menu, it’s mode setting defaulted, and the mode setting line flashing as in above picture.

Use button Enter to choose different mode. There are 3 different modes for setting: ECO, PAL, NOR.

Press ▲ or ▼ to exit the mode setting (save the mode setting), and goes to output voltage setting or parallel redundancy quantity setting.

4.3.2 Output voltage class setting

Input

Output voltage setting (Note: Inside the broken-line is the flashing part.)

When under the mode setting press On ▼ or when under frequency setting press Off ▲ , it goes to the output voltage setting. The output voltage line flashes as in above picture.

Use button Enter to choose the different output voltage. There are 3 different voltages---220, 230,

240.

Press

or

to exit the output voltage setting (save the output voltage setting) and goes to mode setting or frequency setting.

NOTE: When powered by inverter, it is necessary to turn off the inverter before setting voltage and frequency level.

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4.3.3 Input/Output frequency class setting

Input

Frequency setting (Note: Inside the broken-line is the flashing part.)

When under the output voltage setting press On ▼ or when under battery capacity setting press Off ▲ , it goes to the frequency setting. The frequency line flashes as in above picture.

Use button Enter to choose the different frequency. There are 2 different frequency---50/60Hz.

Press ▲ or ▼ to exit the frequency setting (save the frequency setting) and goes to output voltage setting or battery capacity setting.

Note: When powered by inverter, it is necessary to turn off the inverter before setting voltage and frequency level.

4.3.4 Battery capacity setting

Battery

Battery capacity setting (Note: Inside the broken-line is the flashing part.)

When under the frequency setting press On ▼ or when under battery quantity setting press Off ▲ , it goes to the battery capacity setting. The battery capacity line flashes as in above picture.

Use button Enter to choose the different battery capacity. Battery capacity range is 1-200Ah. (Note: long-press of Enter can adjustment battery capacity quickly.)

Press ▲ or ▼ to exit the battery capacity setting (save the capacity setting) and goes to frequency setting or battery quantity setting.

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4.3.5 Battery quantity setting

Battery

Battery quantity setting (Note: Inside the broken-line is the flashing part.)

When under the battery capacity setting press On ▼ or when under bypass voltage upper limit setting press

Off ▲ , it goes to the battery quantity setting. The battery quantity line flashes as in above picture.

Use button Enter to choose the different battery quantity. Battery quantity range is 16

18, 20.

Press ▲ or ▼ to exit the battery quantity setting (save the battery quantity setting) and goes to battery capacity setting or bypass voltage upper limit setting.

4.3.6 Bypass Volt-Hi setting

Bypass voltage upper limit setting (Note: Inside the broken-line is the flashing part.)

When under the battery quantity setting press On ▼ or when under bypass voltage lower setting press Off ▲ , it goes to the bypass upper limit setting. The bypass upper limit line flashes as in above picture.

Use button Enter to set the different bypass voltage upper limit. The bypass voltage upper limit range is 5%,10%,15%,25%(25% only for 220V output).

Press

or

to exit the bypass voltage upper limit setting (save the bypass voltage upper limit setting) and goes to battery quantity setting or bypass voltage lower limit setting.

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4.3.7 Bypass Volt-Low setting

Bypass voltage lower limit setting (Note: Inside the broken-line is the flashing part.)

When under the bypass voltage upper limit setting press On ▼ or when under parallel ID setting press Off ▲ , it goes to the bypass lower limit setting. The bypass lower limit line flashes as in above picture. (“-” for negative, positive does not have any symbol.)

Use button Enter ( to set the different bypass voltage lower limit. The bypass voltage lower limit range is

20%,30%,45%.

Press ▲ or ▼ to exit the bypass voltage lower limit setting (save the bypass voltage lower limit setting) and goes to bypass upper limit setting or parallel ID setting.

4.3.8 Buzzer Mute Setting

Buzzers mute setting (Note

: flashing part in dashed box)

Press ON under bypass voltage lower limit setting or press OFF under the parallel ID setting can enter the buzzer setting. Now the setting status is flashing as the Figure 14 shows (note: on=mute; off= no mute). When press, it shows the mute cycle setting, the selection includes ON and OFF. ( Press the up button or down button can exit the mute setting (save the mute setting status) and switch to bypass voltage lower limit setting or parallel ID setting (note: when in stand-alone mode, press down button to exit and save the settings, then the settings is completed for stand-alone unit).

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4.3.9 Battery Test Setting

Battery self-test setting

This page is the introduction to the Battery self-test setting. The default Settings is “OFF” when the UPS has no need of the battery self-test function. When turn to “ON”, batteries can do the self-test automatically per 30 days.

Three kinds of Battery Self-test Time can be chose as below.

When choosing On1, UPS can transfer to Battery Mode automatically per 30 days. And the Battery Self-test

Time is 10 seconds.

When choosing On2, UPS can transfer to Battery Mode automatically per 30 days. And the Battery Self-test

Time is 10 minutes.

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When choosing On3, UPS can transfer to Battery Mode automatically per 30 days. And the Battery Self-test

Time is EOD.

4.3.10 Parallel ID setting

Parallel ID setting (Note: Inside the broken-line is the flashing part.)

When under the bypass voltage lower limit setting press On ▼ or when under parallel quantity setting press

Off ▲ , it goes to the parallel ID setting. The parallel ID flashes as in above picture.

Use button Enter to set the different parallel ID. The parallel ID range is 1~4.

Press ▲ or ▼ to exit the parallel ID setting (save the parallel ID setting) and goes to bypass lower limit setting or parallel quantity setting.

NOTICE! Parallel cable cannot be connected when setting the parallel parameters.

4.3.11 Parallel quantity setting

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Parallel quantity setting (Note: Inside the broken-line is the flashing part.)

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When under the parallel ID setting press On ▼ or when under parallel redundancy quantity setting press Off ▲ , it goes to the parallel quantity setting. The parallel quantity flashes as in above picture.

Use button Enter to set the parallel quantity. The parallel quantity range is 2~4.

Press

or

to exit the parallel quantity setting (save the parallel quantity setting) and goes to parallel

ID setting or parallel redundancy quantity setting.

4.3.12 Parallel redundancy quantity setting

Parallel redundancy quantity setting (Note: Inside the broken-line is the flashing part.)

When under the parallel quantity setting press On ▼ , it goes to the parallel redundancy quantity setting. The parallel redundancy quantity flashes as in above picture.

Use button Enter to set the parallel redundancy quantity. The parallel redundancy quantity range is

0~1

Press ▲ to go to parallel quantity setting, or ▼ to exit the mode setting. Then UPS LCD panel setting is accomplished.

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4.4 DISPLAY MESSAGES/ RECORDS

This section lists the event and alarm messages that the UPS might display. The messages are listed in alphabetical order. This section is listed with each alarm message to help you troubleshoot problems .

4.4.1 Operational Status and Mode

Item Content Displayed

5

6

7

8

1

2

3

4

Initialized

Standby Mode

No Output

Bypass Mode

Utility Mode

Battery Mode

Battery Self-diagnostic

Inverter is starting up

9 ECO Mode

10 EPO Mode

11 Maintenance Bypass Mode

12 Fault Mode

Fault

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

Note

: : : :

“X” shows that it will determined by other conditions.

4.4.2 Modes and Alarm Information

Bypass

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

X

X

OFF

OFF

X

LED

Battery

OFF

X

X

X

X

ON

ON

X

X

X

OFF

X

Item UPS Alarm Warning

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

Rectifier Fault

Inverter fault(Including Inverter bridge is shorted)

Inverter Thyristor short

Inverter Thyristor broken

Bypass Thyristor short

Bypass Thyristor broken

Fuse broken

8

9

Parallel relay fault

Fan fault

10 Reserve

11 Auxiliary power fault

12 Initialization fault

13 P-Battery Charger fault

14 N-Battery Charger fault

15 DC Bus over voltage

16 DC Bus below voltage

17 DC bus unbalance

18 Soft start failed

19 Rectifier Over Temperature

20 Inverter Over temperature

21 Reserve

Buzz

Beep continuously

Beep continuously

Beep continuously

Beep continuously

Beep continuously

Beep continuously

Beep continuously

Beep continuously

Beep continuously

Beep continuously

Beep continuously

Beep continuously

Beep continuously

Beep continuously

Beep continuously

Beep continuously

Beep continuously

Beep continuously

Twice per second

Twice per second

Twice per second

LED

Fault LED lit

Fault LED lit

Fault LED lit

Fault LED lit

Fault LED lit

Fault LED lit

Fault LED lit

Fault LED lit

Fault LED lit

Fault LED lit

Fault LED lit

Fault LED lit

Fault LED lit

Fault LED lit

Fault LED lit

Fault LED lit

Fault LED lit

Fault LED lit

Fault LED lit

Fault LED lit

Fault LED lit

Inverter

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

X

OFF

OFF

X

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Item UPS Alarm Warning

22 Battery reverse

23 Cable connection error

24 CAN comm. Fault

25 Parallel load sharing fault

26 Battery over voltage

27 Mains Site Wiring Fault

28 Bypass Site Wiring Fault

29 Output Short-circuit

30 Rectifier over current

31 Bypass over current

32 Overload

33 No battery

34 Battery under voltage

35 Battery low pre-warning

36 Internal Communication Error

37 DC component over limit.

38 Parallel Overload

39 Mains volt. Abnormal

40 Mains freq. abnormal

41 Bypass Not Available

42 Bypass unable to trace

43 Inverter on invalid

Buzz

Twice per second

Twice per second

Twice per second

Twice per second

Once per second

Once per second

Once per second

Once per second

Once per second

Once per second

Once per second

Once per second

Once per second

Once per second

Once per second

Once per 2 seconds

Once per 2 seconds

Once per 2 seconds

Once per 2 seconds

LED

Fault LED lit

Fault LED lit

Fault LED lit

Fault LED lit

Fault LED blinking

Fault LED blinking

Fault LED blinking

Fault LED blinking

Fault LED blinking

BPS LED blinking

INV or BPS blinking

BATTERY blinking

BATTERY blinking

BATTERY blinking

Bypass LED lit

INV blinking

INV blinking

BATTERY LED lit

BATTERY LED lit

BPS blinking

BPS blinking

NOTICE:

The following process must be performed if UPS is connected with generator:

First turn on generator, after it runs stably connect output power of generator to UPS input terminal, then turn on UPS. After UPS turned on, please connect load one-by-one.

It is recommended that the generator capacity is as twice as UPS rated capacity.

5. MAINTENANCE

UPS use in the appropriate environment (see 3.2 installation note) can be free maintenance or less maintenance.

5.1 Battery maintenance

1. It is recommended that the batteries are manually charged or discharged

Once every three or four months if the UPS has not been used for a long time or the power is long-term uninterrupted. The battery will be fully discharge to low-voltage protection shutdown. Then it needs to be fully charged at once.

2. In high temperature area, batteries should be manually charged and discharged once every two months. The process is the same as that said above.

3. Under normal circumstances of using, the battery working life is three to five years. If you find that the battery do not act well such as obviously shortening of backup time, too much imbalance on battery voltage and so on, the battery should be replaced as soon as possible, which must be performed by qualified personnel.

4. When replace battery, it is recommended to change battery all together instead of changing separately.

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NOTICE

Before replacing batteries, first please turn off the UPS and break off the mains. Remove your metallic adornment such as finger ring, watch and so on.

When replace batteries, please use the screwdriver with insulating handle. Do not lay the tools or metallic goods on the battery.

Never reverse or short circuit between the battery anode and cathode.

6. TROUBLESHOOTING AND PERFORMANCE OF THE PRODUCT

1. In case the UPS can not work normally, it might be wrong in installation, wiring or operation. Please check these aspects first. If you need help, contact our service department, the following messages should be provided for analysis:

UPS MODEL and SERIAL NO.

Date of fault happened

Detailed description of the problem (include indicator statements on panel)

6.1 Troubleshooting

When the fault occurs, firstly, perform troubleshooting by referring to the troubleshooting table. If the fault still exists, please contact the franchiser.

No AC power, UPS can’t startup after pressing the ON key

Fault

Battery LED flashes

Short back up time

Cause

Battery low voltage or battery disconnected

Mains normal, but UPS has no input

UPS input breaker open circuit

Battery not fully charged

UPS overload

Battery aged

Press the ON key for a short time

UPS has no battery connected or battery voltage low and too many loads connected

Fault occurs inside UPS

Solution

Check UPS battery, connect battery well, if battery damaged, replace it

Press the breaker for reset

Keep UPS connecting with mains power for more than 8 hours, recharge battery

Check the usage of loads, remove some redundant devices

When replace battery, contact franchiser to get battery and relative assembly

Press and hold the ON key for more than one second to start the UPS

Connect UPS battery well, if battery voltage low, please turn off UPS and remove some loads, then start UPS

Contact supplier for servicing

6.2 EMC standard/Safety standard

Our products are manufactured according to the following EMC international grade standard and has passed the CE authentication:

EMC standard number Safety standard number

IEC62040-2 IEC62040

1

IEC61000-4-2

IEC61000-4-3

IEC61000-4-4

GB4943-2005

IEC61000-4-5

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6.3 Product Performance

TYPE

Capacity

Input

Power factor

Rated voltage

Rated frequency

Voltage range

Frequency range

Bypass voltage range

Bypass frequency range

THDI

Battery number

Battery type

Charge model

Charge time

Charge current (Max)

Output type

Voltage regulation

Voltage distortion(THD)

Rated voltage

Frequency regulation

Frequency

Frequency track speed

Load capacity

(Mains, drop a level in battery mode)

Overload for bypass

Crest factor

Efficiency

Line Mode

Battery Mode

ECO

Dynamic respond

Inverter output current limit

DC component

MISSION 6KVA MISSION 10KVA

4.8 KW 8 KW

Single phase & Ground

≥ 0.8 (input THDV ≤ 1%)

220VAC / 230VAC / 240VAC

50Hz/60Hz Automatically selected

120

276Vac

45~66Hz

220Vac max

: default +25% (+10% ,+15%

20% , 25%)

230Vac max

: default +20% (+10% ,+15%

20% )

240Vac max

: default +15% (+10% ,+15%) min

: default-45%(-20%, -30% , -45%, )

±1%

±2%

±4%

±5%

±10%

≤ 3% (100% liner load

, input THDV ≤ 1%)

≤ 5% (100% non liner load

, input THDV ≤ 1%)

16/18/20 Pcs. Can be set

12V/7Ah 12V/9Ah

VRLA

Boost charge or float charge auto switch

Boost charge up to 20Hr (Max)

1A (Standard)

Single phase & Ground

±1.0% less than 2% at 100% liner load less than 5% at 100% non-liner load

220V/230V/ 240Vac can be setted

±0.1% (stand alone)

±0.25% (parallel operation)

Utility mode

: tracking mains frequency

Battery mode

50Hz/60Hz

1Hz/s (stand alone)

0.5Hz/s (parallel operation)

105 %

110 %

, lasts 1 hour

110%

125%,lasts 10 minutes

125%

150%, lasts 1 minute

150%

, switch to bypass immediately

95%, can not inverter-fed

Load for a long time when rated output current under 125%

Bypass load capacity is controlled by bypass circuit breaker, tripping when circuit breaker operating current.

3:1

Full Load ≥ 90%

Full Load ≥ 88%

Full Load ≥ 96%

± 5.0%

100% balance load

5% in a cycle

When current instantaneous value is 2 ~ 3 times of rated current peaks (1.414 * rated power/(3 * 220)), the inverter will be conducted in each pulse current limit protection.

≤ 200mV

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Between Normal and battery mode

Between inverter and bypass

Noise

Display

Safety

EMI

EMS

Isolation resistance

Isolation intension

Surge

Protection

◆ ◆

Work Environment

TYPE

Temperature

Relative humidity

Altitude

◆ ◆

Mechanical Specification

TYPE

Height (mm)

Width (mm)

Depth (mm)

Net weight (Kg)

Color

0ms

0ms

<55dB (1m)

LED+LCD

Meeting IEC62040-1

GB4943

Conduction

IEC 62040-2

Radiation

IEC 62040-2

Harmonics

IEC 62040-2

IEC 62040-2

> 2M Ω

500Vdc

2820Vdc

<3.5mA

1min

Meeting IEC60664-1 1.2/50uS+8/20uS 6kV/3kA.

IP20

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0°C

40°C

0

95% non-condensing

1500m when

1500m, lower the rated power for use

MISSION 6KVA

62

616

250

502

MISSION 10KVA

64

Black

◆ ◆ ◆ ◆

Box content

TYPE MISSION 6KVA MISSION 10KVA

User Manual

Software (CD-ROM)

RS232 Cable

USB Cable

1

1

EPO Connector 1

Note: 16 pcs. 7-9Ah Battery can be installed inside of standart UPS. External battery Cabinet or Rack must be used for higher quantity and capacity of batteries.

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7. RS232 COMMUNICATION PORT DEFINITION

Definition of Male port:

PIN

1-4-6-7-8-9

2

3

5

Connection between PC RS232 port and UPS RS232 port:

DEFINITION

Not used

TX

RX

GND

PC RS232 port

Pin 2

Pin 3

Pin 5

Available function of RS232:

Monitor UPS power status

Monitor UPS alarm info

Monitor UPS running parameters

Timing off/on setting

RS-232 communication data format:

Baud rate

Byte length

End bit

Parity check

2400bps

8bit

1bit none

UPS RS232 port

Pin 2

Pin 3

Pin 5

UPS send, PC receive

PC send, UPS receive

Ground

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I-20060 Pozzuolo Martesana - Milano (Italy)

Tel. +39 02 95.003.1 Fax +39 02 95.003.313

www.naicon.com e-mail: [email protected]

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