INSTALLATION AND OPERATING MANUAL
MASTERYS IP+
40-60 kVA 3/1
MASTERYS IP+
INDEX
40-60 kVA 3/1
1. CERTIFICATE AND CONDITIONS OF WARRANTY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
3. UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION OF THE UNIT . . . . . .
3.1 Shipping and moving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.2 Unpacking procedure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.3 Environmental requirements . . . . . . . . . . .
3.4 Electrical requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.5 Identifying switching and connection organs .
3.6 Installation procedures and instructions . . . .
3.7 Connection of the generator . . . . . . . . . . .
3.8 External E.S.D. connection . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.9 Isolation transformer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.10 ADC card with temperature sensor. . . . . . .
3.11 External battery cabinet connection . . . . . .
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4.1 ON LINE operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.2 Operation in high efficiency mode. . . . . . . .
4.3 Operation with manual maintenance bypass .
4.4 Operation with maintenance bypass . . . . . .
4.5 Operation in GE configuration . . . . . . . . . .
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5. ACCESS TO CONTROLS AND COMMUNICATION INTERFACES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
5.1 Functions of the switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
6. MIMIC PANEL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.1 Mimic Panel . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.2 Meaning of ideograms . . . . .
6.3 Meaning of the luminous bar .
6.4 Mimic panel menu. . . . . . . .
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7. OPERATING PROCEDURES . . . . . . . . . .
7.1 Start-up in normal mode . . . . .
7.2 Shutdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.3 Extended out of service. . . . . .
7.4 Switching onto manual bypass .
7.5 Return to normal mode. . . . . .
7.6 Emergency shutdown (ESD) . . .
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IOMMASIPXX07-GB 02
3
ENGLISH
2. SAFETY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
2.1 Important . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
2.2 Description of the symbols used on the labels applied to the . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
MASTERYS IP+
INDEX
40-60 kVA 3/1
ITALIANO
ENGLISH
8. MENU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8.1 “Alarms” menu. . . . . . . . .
8.2 ”Measurements” menu . . .
8.3 ”Commands” menu . . . . .
8.4 ”Parameters” menu. . . . . .
8.5 ”Service” menu . . . . . . . .
8.6 ”Event log” menu . . . . . . .
8.7 Mimic panel concentrator .
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9. COMMUNICATION . . . . . . . . . . . . .
91 Multi-Level Communication .
9.2 Standard Lan web page . . .
9.3 Accessories and SW options .
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10. PROBLEM SOLVING . . . . . . . . . .
10.1 System alarms . . . . . . .
10.2 UPS Alarms. . . . . . . . .
10.3 Preventive maintenance
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11.1 Kit GSS (Global Supply System) . . .
11.2 Isolation Controller . . . . . . . . . . .
11.3 Remote mimic panel. . . . . . . . . .
11.4 ACS PCB. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11.5 Separate auxiliary power supply . .
11.6 ADC card with temperature sensor.
11.7 External back-feed protection . . . .
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CERTIFICATE AND CONDITIONS
OF WARRANTY
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This SOCOMEC UPS continuous power system is guaranteed against any manufacturing and material defects.
The period of validity of the warranty is 12 (twelve) months from the date of commissioning, if said activation is
carried out by SOCOMEC UPS personnel or personnel from a support centre authorised by SOCOMEC UPS, and not
however more than 15 (fifteen) months from the date of shipment by SOCOMEC UPS.
The warranty is recognized within national territory. If the UPS is exported out of national territory, the warranty shall
be limited to the cover of the parts used to repair the fault.
The warranty shall not apply in the following cases:
• Failures due to fortuitous circumstances or force majeure (lightning, floods, etc.);
• Failures due to negligence or improper use (use out of tolerance: temperature, humidity, ventilation, electric power supply, applied load, batteries);
• Insufficient or inadequate maintenance;
• Attempted maintenance, repairs or modifications not carried out by SOCOMEC UPS personnel or personnel from
a support centre authorised by SOCOMEC UPS.
• If the battery has not been recharged in accordance with the terms indicated on the packaging and in the manual,
in cases of extended storage or UPS inactivity.
SOCOMEC UPS may, at its own discretion, opt for the repair of the product or for the replacement of the faulty or
defective parts with new parts or with used parts that are equivalent to new parts with regard to functions and
performance.
Defective or faulty parts replaced free of charge are to be put at the disposal of SOCOMEC UPS who becomes the
sole owner.
Replacements or repairs of parts and any modifications to the product during the warranty period cannot extend
the duration of the warranty.
In no case will SOCOMEC UPS be responsible for damages (including, without limitations, damage for loss of earnings, interruption of activity, loss of information or other economic losses) deriving from the use of the product.
The present conditions are subject to Italian law. Any dispute falls under the province of the Court of Vicenza.
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The warranty is valid ex-works and covers labour and parts used to repair the fault.
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2.1 IMPORTANT.
• This document provides important instructions for the safe use, movement and connection of the MASTERYS™ uninterruptible power system (UPS).
• SOCOMEC UPS retains the full and exclusive ownership rights over this document. Only a personal right to utilize
the document for the application indicated by SOCOMEC UPS is granted to the recipient of such document. All
reproduction, modification, dissemination of this document whether in part or whole and by any manner are
expressly prohibited except upon Socomec’s express prior written consent.
• This document is not a specification. SOCOMEC UPS reserves the right to make any changes to data without prior
notice.
• The unit must be installed and activated only by qualified technical personnel and authorised by SOCOMEC UPS.
The UPS MUST only be moved by two people at least bt the mean of a forklift.
•
•
•
•
The unit must remain in a vertical position in all circumstances.
Connect the PE ground conductor first before you make any other connection.
Do not expose the UPS to rain or liquids in general. Do not introduce external bodies.
If the UPS is not equipped with automatic sectioning against back feed or if the switch is external to the UPS, affix
a label bearing the following words on all the external switches of the UPS power supply:
• Keep this manual handy for future consultation.
• If the unit fails, it must be repaired only by authorised technicians that have been specially trained for this purpose.
• This equipment conforms to the European Community directives for professional equipment and bears the approval mark
• The UPS requires three-phase plus neutral input connections (3P+N).
• The output neutral of the transformer is not connected to the ground. The internal isolation transformer modifies
the neutral arrangements of the system.
WARNING!
The output neutral of the transformer is not connected to the ground.
• Before connecting any external battery cabinet, ensure that it is fully compatible with the model of UPS it is to be
used with.
• The use of external battery cabinets not supplied by the manufacturers is not recommended.
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The product you have chosen is designed for commercial and industrial use only.
In order to be used for particular “critical applications” such as life support systems, medical applications, commercial
transportation, nuclear facilities or any other application or systems where product failure is likely to cause substantial harms to person or property, the products may have to be adapted.
For such uses we would advise you to contact SOCOMEC UPS beforehand to confirm the ability of these products
to meet the requested level of safety, performance, reliability and compliance with applicable laws, regulations and
specifications.
WARNING!
This is a product for commercial and industrial application in the second environment –
installation restrictions or additional measures may be needed to prevent disturbances..
2.2 DESCRIPTION OF THE SYMBOLS USED ON THE LABELS APPLIED TO THE UNIT.
All the precautions and the warnings on the labels and plates on the inside and outside of the equipment should
be respected.
DANGER! HIGH VOLTAGE (BLACK/YELLOW)
GROUND TERMINAL
READ THE USER MANUAL BEFORE USING THE UNIT
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• Switch off and isolate the UPS and then wait for 5 minutes before removing the protection panels in order to carry
out work on parts under dangerous voltage.
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The packaging guarantees the stability of the UPS during shipping and physical transfer. Carry the packaged unit as
close as possible to the installation site.
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When moving the unit on even slightly sloping surfaces, use the blocking equipment and breaking devices to ensure that the unit does not fall over.
3.1 SHIPPING AND MOVING.
• The UPS must remain in a vertical position during all shipping and moving operations.
• Ensure that the floor is strong enough to support the weight of the UPS and of the battery cabinet, if used.
Avoid pressing on the front door when moving the unit.
The UPS MUST only be moved by two people at least bt the mean of a forklift.
All packaging material must be recycled in compliance with the laws in force in the country where
the system is installed.
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3.2 UNPACKING PROCEDURE.
3.2-1
3.2-2
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C
Secure the UPS to the floor by using the suitable holes C
provided (see picture 3.2-5).
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3.3 ENVIRONMENTAL REQUISITES.
• The recommended operating temperature, humidity and altitude values are listed in the technical specifications
table (see chapter 11). Cooling systems may be required to maintain these values.
• Avoid dusty environments or areas where there is dust from conductive or corrosive materials (e.g. metal dust or
chemical solutions).
• The UPS is not designed for outdoor use.
• Do not expose the UPS to direct sunlight or to sources of excessive heat.
• A space of at least 40 cm must be left at the back for adequate ventilation (see figure 3.3-1).
• The UPS switches are accessed from the front; however, a space of at least 1.5 metres should be left at the front of
the UPS for maintenance purposes. It is also recommended to ensure that the cable connections are sufficiently
long and flexible to allow easy maintenance operations (see figure 3.3-1).
• If it is not possible to leave sufficient space at the front, adequate access must be ensured from both sides.
3.3-1
40 cm
20 cm
20 cm
MASTERYS
UPS
free area
1,5 m
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WARNING!
This is a product for commercial and industrial application in the second environment – installation
restrictions or additional measures may be needed to prevent disturbances.
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3.4 ELECTRICAL REQUISITES.
The installation and the system must comply with national plant regulations. The electrical distribution panel must
have a protection and sectioning system installed for the input mains and the auxiliary mains. If a differential switch
is installed on the mains power switch (optional), it must be inserted upstream from the distribution panel.
The table below show the size of the input protection devices recommended for correct installation.
Magneto-thermal Magneto-thermal
input (1)
Aux Mains (1)
40 kVA
60 kVA
1
2
3
80 A
125 A
250 A
400 A
Differential
input (3)
Input
cable core size
0.5 A selective type (3)
0.5 A selective type (3)
25÷35 mm2
35÷50 mm2
Output/Aux Mains
cable core size
(mm2)
95÷120 mm2
120÷185 mm2
Battery
cable core size
(mm2)
25÷95 mm2
50÷95 mm2
Battery
protection (2)
(A)
100 gR
200 aR
D curve magneto-thermal switch recommended.
Protection on the external battery cabinet (preferably 2 bipolar protection devices or one quadripolar).
Caution! Use type B selective circuit breakers. Load leakage currents are added to those generated by the UPS and during transitory phases
(power failure and power return) short current peaks may occur. If loads with high leakage current are present, adjust the differential protection.
It is advisable in all cases to carry out a preliminary check on the earth current leakage with the UPS installed and operational with the definitive
load, so as to prevent the sudden activation of the above switches.
This unit has been designed for connection to an ordinary AC power supply, i.e. with transient voltage
in overvoltage II category. Should it be necessary to connect the UPS to a higher overvoltage category
(e.g. at the beginning of the installation, or to primary distribution circuits), or should the UPS risk
being exposed to higher transient overvoltages, adequate external protections must be installed.
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Size of the input protection devices
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3.4.1 Back-feed protection.
The UPS does not have an automatic protection device against current back-feed. The operator/installer must add a
warning label to all the mains power disconnecting switches installed at a distance from the UPS area. This serves to
remind technicians of the fact that the circuit is connected to a UPS (see the CAUTION section in paragraph 2 of this
manual and paragraph 4.5.3. of the EN62040-1-1 2003-11 standard). The label is supplied with the system.
The back-feed protection device may be built into the system (only on specific request), or an electromechanical
switch may be installed externally in the input of the UPS.
To install the external back-feed protection an external electromechanical switch should be installed as close as
possible to the UPS. For further information on the connection and the type of remote switch, please refer to
paragraph 11.7 of this manual.
ATTENTION.
The neutral is not disconnected as, even in the event of a single fault on the UPS, it never has high potential when the mains and/or auxiliary power supplies are disconnected upstream. This is to prevent
transformation of the power source to the UPS every time there is a power failure.
Should the neutral potential be very high due to certain error conditions or due to installations
downstream (e.g. ground fault not detected and protected, high dispersion of a phase, or the IT
system), it will be necessary to install either devices that disconnect the Neutral or alternatively a
system that detects, signals and protects against high neutral/ground potential that could lead to
UPS failure.
NOTE.
The neutral of the AUX Mains line must be electrically common with the neutral of the main input feed
line.
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3.5 IDENTIFYING SWITCHING AND CONNECTION ORGANS.
Switch off the UPS, remove the power, open the switches of any external battery cabinets, isolate the system and wait for 5 minutes before working on the terminal board or any internal UPS
parts.
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A
Q2
Q5
Q4
C
H
E
F
B
G
E
D
Legend.
A Mimic panel.
B Fans.
C Fan fuses.
D Power connections.
E Slot for optional communication cards.
F Serial RS232/485 connector (JBUS protocol).
G Serial RS232 connector for Modem.
H LAN RJ45 connector for Ethernet.
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Input switch (MAINS).
Output switch.
Auxiliary mains Input switch (AUX MAINS).
Output maintenance bypass switch.
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3.6 INSTALLATION PROCEDURES AND INSTRUCTIONS.
WARNING!
Before carrying out work on the terminal board or on UPS internal parts, ensure that the UPS
is switched off, remove the power supply, open the external battery cabinet disconnectors,
isolate the system and wait 5 minutes.
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For the power connections to the connecting bars use cables with tinned eyelets only.
3.6-1
3.6-2
3.6-3
For systems installed on raised floor.
20 cm
B
90°
B
A
A. power cables
B. control cables
OPEN
3.6-4
Power connections.
L1
L11
N1
AUX MAINS
SUPPLY
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N4
L12
N2
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L2
L3
N
MAINS SUPPLY
+B2
-B2
-B1
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+B1
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3.6.1 Connections of MAINS and AUX MAINS.
3.6.1-1
L1
N1
AUX MAINS
SUPPLY
L14
N4
L12
N2
L3
N
+B2
MAINS SUPPLY
-B2
-B1
+B1
EXT. BATTERY
OUT TRANSFORMER IN TRANSFORMER
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L11
L2
TO
LOAD
L11
N11
ø 95÷120 mm2
L1 L2 L3 N
ø 25÷35 mm2
ø 95÷120 mm2
3.6.2 MAINS and AUX MAINS network connections on UPS without neutral on the main network
3.6.2-1
L1
L11
N1
AUX MAINS
SUPPLY
L14
N4
L12
N2
L2
L3
MAINS SUPPLY
+B2
-B2
-B1
+B1
EXT. BATTERY
OUT TRANSFORMER IN TRANSFORMER
TO
LOAD
L11
N11
ø 95÷120 mm2
ø 95÷120 mm2
L1 L2 L3
ø 25÷35 mm2
Do not combine the main network and the auxiliary network
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3.7 CONNECTION OF THE GENERATOR.
If your system uses a generator, connect the “generator set ready” no-potential contact to connector IN 2 on the
optional ADC PCB configured in standard or power safe mode (see paragraph 3.10). This automatically extends the
voltage and frequency value range when power is supplied by the generator set.
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3.8 EXTERNAL E.S.D. CONNECTION.
A remote emergency shutdown system (E.S.D.) can be installed by means of the ADC card. Connect a normally
closed zero-potential contact to terminals IN1+ and IN1- of the ADC card.
3.9 ISOLATION TRANSFORMER.
The MASTERYSTM IP model of the MASTERYSTM range is fitted with an internal isolation transformer.
If an external isolation transformer cabinet is required, the following instructions should be followed:
• The protection cable marked with the ground symbol is connected directly to the distribution panel.
• The transformer can be connected to the UPS inputs only.
The UPS must not operate without the neutral connection to the input.
The transformer cannot be connected to the output on single UPS unit connected in parallel 1+1
redundant configuration.
For details of the connections, refer to the transformer terminal board diagram.
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3.10 ADC CARD.
This card can be configured to control up to four outputs that are normally closed or normally open and up
to three digital inputs. The card is inserted in one of two slots provided (refer to 3.5 “Identifying switching and
connection organs”) .
3.10-1
OUT2
DIP1 2
OUT1
2
IN2
IN2
OUT4
C2 NO2 NC2 IN1- IN1+ IN3- IN3+ C3 NO3 NC3
IN1
DIP1
DIP2
IN3
0 1 2 P3
A
OUT3
3
4
OUT
C1 NO1 NC1 IN1- IN1+ IN2- IN2+ C4 NO4 NC4
IN1
OUT2
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OUT
1
OUT1
OUT4
OUT3
IN3
Up to four operating modes can be selected using the two DIP switches 1 or 2.
• The filter level indicates:
1 immediate activation (1 seconds minimum communication time) - 2 10 s delay - 3 30 s delay.
Mode 1 - STANDARD configuration
Position
dip1 dip2
OFF OFF
OFF OFF
OFF OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
IN/OUT
Out 1
Out 2
Out 3
Out 4
In 1*
In 2
In 3
Description
General Alarm
Battery discharging
Battery low or
imminent stop
UPS on by-pass
E.S.D.
Supply from GenSet
Isolation controller
Mode 2 - POWER SAFE configuration
Filter
level
2
3
2
2
1
1
2
Mode 3 - SAFETY configuration
Position
dip1 dip2
OFF ON
OFF ON
OFF ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
*
ON
ON
ON
ON
IN/OUT
Out 1
Out 2
Out 3
Out 4
In 1*
In 2
In 3
Description
General Alarm
E.S.D. activation
Battery low or
imminent stop
E.S.D. activation
E.S.D.
External alarm A39
External alarm A40
Position
dip1 dip2
ON OFF
ON OFF
ON OFF
ON OFF
ON OFF
ON OFF
ON OFF
IN/OUT
Out 1
Out 2
Out 3
Out 4
In 1*
In 2
In 3
Description
General Alarm
Power safe plug 1
Power safe plug 2
Power safe plug 3
E.S.D.
Supply from GenSet
Management of
energy consuption
Filter
level
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
Mode 4 - ENVIRONMENTAL configuration
Filter
level
2
1
2
1
1
2
2
Position
dip1 dip2
ON ON
ON ON
ON ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
IN/OUT
Out 1
Out 2
Out 3
Out 4
In 1*
In 2
In 3
Description
General Alarm
Over-heating
Overload /
Loss of redundancy
External alarm In2
E.S.D.
External alarm A39
External alarm A40
Filter
level
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
if the external E.S.D. button is not used, always insert a jumper to short circuit input IN 1 (Figure 10.1-1).
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Description of signals
Message on the mimic panel
General Alarm
Description
“General Alarm” contact output.
No alarm.
NO1
C1
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NC1
Battery discharging
Battery Low or Imminent stop
UPS on bypass
E.S.D.
Supply from GenSet
Isolation controller
Power safe plug 1
Power safe plug 2
Power safe plug 3
Management of energy consumption
E.S.D. activation
Over-heating
Overload/Loss of redundancy
Battery discharging contact output
Battery low voltage and imminent shutdown contact output.
Contact input for emergency shutdown device.
UPS on bypass contact output
Generator ready signal input.
Isolation leakage controller signal input
Non privileged load 1 command output activated by overload or loss of redundancy.
Non privileged load 1 command output activated by battery discharging.
Non privileged load 1 command output activated by battery low.
Input for the battery to help providing energy in the event of peak consumption.
Shutdown for E.S.D. contact output.
Internal over-heating contact output.
Overload / loss of redundancy contact output
Intervention of the E.S.D. input switches off the UPS output.
To restore the UPS to operation:
• Close the E.S.D. contact on “In 1” on the ADC card.
• Give the reset alarms” command.
• Run the start procedure
3.10.1 ADC card installation.
• Set the operating mode by means of the DIP switches 1 and 2
• If the external ESD contact is not used, check that there is a jumper between pins IN1+ and IN1-. If there is no
jumper, the UPS cannot be started when the card is inserted in the slot.
• Connect the signal cables to the card terminals
• Insert the card in a free slot
• Secure the card with the appropriate screws.
3.10.2 Electrical data.
• Admitted Nominal current and voltage of NO or NC contacts: 2 A 250 Vac depending on the terminal used.
• Inputs are activated on loop closing.
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3.11 EXTERNAL BATTERY CABINET CONNECTION.
Position the battery cabinet next to the UPS.
• Remove the terminal boards protection.
• Connect the ground cable.
• Connect the cables between the UPS terminals and the battery cabinet terminals, strictly observing the polarity of
each individual string and the cross-sections indicated in table 3.4.
Use double insulated cables or the cables supplied with the unit to connect the UPS to the Battery cabinet. The lenght L of battery cable must not be more than 8 metres long (if L > 8 m, please
contact the support service).
Cabling errors with inversion of the battery polarity may cause permanent damage to the equipment.
• Replace the terminal board’s protection.
If using cabinets not supplied by the manufacturers of the UPS, it is the installer’s responsibility
to check the electrical compatibility and the presence of appropriate protection devices between
the UPS and the battery cabinet (fuses and switches of sufficient capacity to protect the cables
from the UPS to the battery cabinet). As soon as the UPS is switched on (before closing the battery switches) the battery parameters must be verified accordingly (voltage, capacity, number of
elements, etc.) on the mimic panel menu. If the values indicated on the battery cabinet data plate
are different from those shown on the mimic panel, use the SERVICE > CONFIGURATIONS menu
to correct the settings.
3.11-1
Battery cabinet
L1
N1
AUX MAINS
SUPPLY
L14
N4
L12
N2
L3
N
+B2
-B2
-B1
+B1
EXT. BATTERY
OUT TRANSFORMER IN TRANSFORMER
+B2
–B2
–B1
+B1
L11
L2
MAINS SUPPLY
EXTERNAL BATTERY
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Before carrying out any operation, ensure that:
• the battery fuses located inside the battery cabinet are open;
• the UPS is not live;
• all mains or battery switches are open;
• the switches upstream of the UPS are open.
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4.1 ON LINE OPERATIONS.
A special feature of the MASTERYS™ series is the “ON LINE” double conversion feature in conjunction with low distortion mains power absorption. With ON LINE mode, the UPS is able to supply a voltage that is fully stabilised in
frequency and amplitude, regardless of any interference in the mains power supply within the most stringent classification of UPS regulations.
ON LINE operation provides three operating modes according to mains and load conditions:
• “Normale” mode.
This is the most frequent operating condition: the energy is drawn from the primary mains power supply and is
converted and used by the inverter to generate the output voltage to power the loads connected.
The inverter is constantly synchronised in frequency with the auxiliary mains to enable load transfer (due to an
overload or inverter shutdown) without any break in the power supply to the load.
The battery charger supplies the energy required to maintain or recharge the battery.
• “Bypass” mode.
In case of inverter failure, the load is automatically transferred onto the auxiliary mains without any interruption in
the power supply. This procedure may occur in the following situations:
- in the event of a temporary overload, the inverter continues to power the load. If the condition persists, the UPS
output is switched onto the auxiliary mains via the automatic bypass. Normal operation, which is from inverter,
returns automatically a few seconds after the overload disappears.
- when the voltage generated by the inverter goes is out of tolerances due to a major overload or a fault on the
inverter.
- wWhen the internal temperature exceeds the maximum value allowed.
• “Battery” mode.
In the event of a mains failure (micro interruptions or extended black-outs), the UPS continues to power the load
using the energy stored in the battery. The Expert Battery System keeps the user constantly informed on the
battery status and on the back-up time available. The disconnection of non mission critical applications during
battery discharge can be programmed (after a certain laps of time) by using the Power Share option, so that the
battery resources can be reserved for the most critical applications.
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4.2 OPERATION IN HIGH EFFICIENCY MODE.
The UPS has a selectable and programmable “economy” operating mode that can increase overall efficiency by
up to 98% for energy saving purposes. With this mode of operation, specific daily or weekly time intervals can be
selected and programmed to power the applications directly from the auxiliary mains. If the power supply outage,
the UPS will automatically switch onto the inverter and continue to supply power to the load by drawing energy
from the battery.
This mode does not provide perfect stability in frequency and voltage like the ON LINE mode. Thus the use of this
mode should be carefully evaluated according to the level of protection required by the application.
• Eco-Mode Operation: the Eco Mode operation provides very high efficiency, since the application is powered
directly from the auxiliary mains via the automatic bypass in normal operating conditions.
• Always On operating mode: the innovative Always On mode combines very high efficiency and the active filtering of the harmonics re-injected onto the upstream mains by the distorting load. In normal conditions the load is
powered directly from the auxiliary mains via the automatic bypass, while the inverter contributes to compensate
the re-injected harmonics..
4.3 OPERATION WITH MANUAL MAINTENANCE BYPASS.
If the maintenance bypass is activated using the appropriate procedure, the load is powered directly from the
maintenance bypass, while the UPS is separated from the power supply and can be switched off.
This operating mode can be selected for maintenance to be carried out on the system so that the necessary actions
can be performed by service personnel without having to disconnect the power supply to the load.
4.4 OPERATION WITH MAINTENANCE BYPASS.
If the maintenance bypass is activated using the appropriate procedure, the load is powered directly from the maintenance bypass, while the UPS is separated from the power supply and can be switched off.
This operating mode can be selected for maintenance to be carried out on the system so that the necessary actions
can be performed by service personnel without having to disconnect the power supply to the load
4.5 OPERATION IN GE CONFIGURATION.
MASTERYS™ can be operated in conjunction with a generator (GE).
With a generator, the frequency and voltage ranges of the auxiliary mains can be increased to accept the instability of the GE and at the same time to avoid operation from the battery or risks of out-of-synchronisation switching
onto the bypass.
The use of the GSS interface, described in the options section, also increases the amount of diagnostic information
exchanged between the continuous power system and the generator.
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This chapter identifies the electromechanical switches, described below, and used for start-up, shutdown and maintenance bypass procedures. Access to the control area is from the front by opening the front door. The control area
also contains the communication interface connectors and the slots for the optional signalling cards. Please refer to
the relevant chapter for more details on the connection and use of the related communication interfaces/cards.
Configuration with separate mains.
Q5
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Q4
INPUT
TRANSFORMER
MAINS
Q2
Q3
OUTPUT
TRANSFORMER
Legend.
B1 Battery cabinet
Q2 Input switch
B1
Q3 Output disconnecting switch
Q4 Auxiliary Mains switch
Q5 Manual bypass switch
5.1 FUNCTIONS OF THE SWITCHES.
Input switch Q2.
The input switch provides the primary power supply to the UPS. In normal operating conditions it should be in
position 1 ON. The position 0 OFF will cause the batteries to discharge. In a configuration with separate mains, the
switch only interrupts the rectifier power supply.
Output disconnecting switch Q3.
The disconnecting switch Q3 has three positions with the following functions:
• Position 1 ON: this is the position for normal operation of the UPS for a continuous power supply to the load;
• Position 0 OFF: this completely isolates the UPS output by removing the voltage from the applications in any
operating condition. It is used for the emergency shutdown of the system (internal E.S.D.).
Auxiliary mains switch Q4.
The auxiliary mains switch provides the auxiliary power supply to the UPS.
Output maintenance bypass switch Q5.
This switch should only be closed for ordinary or extraordinary maintenance operations (manual bypass). In normal
operating conditions it should be in position 0 OFF. The position 1 ON will connect the load directly to the mains
power supply. It could be used in the event of a UPS failure to power applications from the auxiliary mains while
awaiting the intervention of technical personnel.
Battery switch (on the battery cabinet).
When closed, this switch connects the batteries of the UPS to the DC/DC converter stage to power the inverter in
the event of a mains failure. The normal operating position is closed.
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6.1 MIMIC PANEL.
The LCD mimic panel (figure 6.1-1) on the door of
the UPS provides all the information relating to operating status, electrical measurements, access to
controls and configuration parameters.
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6.1-1
A
The information is grouped into four sections:
A. ideograms that identify the subsets and the energy flow;
C
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B. multicoloured luminous bar that identifies the
condition of the power supply to the load;
D
C. alphanumeric information that uses a menu layout to provide details on any alarms that may
occur and on the measurements, controls and
parameters.
B
D. use of the buttons:
· ESC: exit from the current menu/parameter/action;
· UP
: scrolls the available menus/values upwards. It increases the value each time it is pressed when
changing a parameter;
· DOWN : scrolls the available menus/values downwards. It decreases the value each time it is pressed
when changing a parameter;
· ENTER: enters the menu displayed on the screen to confirm the choice/changes made.
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6.2 MEANING OF IDEOGRAMS.
6.2-1
M1
M2
M8
M9
M10
M30
M11
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M12
M13
M14
M15
M16
M29
M17
M19
M3
M18
M24
M20
M28
M4
M21
M27
M5
M22
M26
M6
M7
M23
M25
Meaning of ideograms
Code
M1
M2
M3
M4-M7
M8
M9
M10
M11
M12
M13
M18
M19-M28
M29
M30
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Description
Load on bypass, in Eco-mode or Maintenance bypass closed
Automatic bypass alarm
Input rectifier active.
Input rectifier general alarm.
Battery OK.
Battery alarm.
Remaining battery capacity.
Battery recharging.
Inverter on
Inverter general alarm.
Switch Q3 closed and output voltage present.
Input mains OK.
Input mains alarm.
Inverter on.
Module 1 present.
Module 1 general alarm.
Module 2 present.
Module 2 general alarm.
Load present.
Overload.
Output load indicator.
Periodic maintenance alarm/warning.
Activation code alarm.
General alarm.
LAN connection ready (Cable Connected).
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Steady
Flashing
Steady
Flashing
Steady
Flashing
Steps of 25%
Sequence M7 M4
Steady
Flashing
Steady
Steady
Flashing
Steady
Steady
Flashing
Steady
Flashing
Steady
Flashing
Steps of 10%
Flashing
Steady
Flashing
Steady
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6.3 MEANING OF THE LUMINOUS BAR.
The luminous bar (figure 6.1-1) provides an immediate indication of the condition of the power supply to the
load :
• Red: power supply not present or shutdown imminent (flashing).
• Yellow: power supply present but unstable or temporary.
• Green: power supply safe and stable.
Colour
RED flashing
RED
YELLOW flashing
YELLOW
YELLOW
YELLOW
YELLOW
GREEN flashing
GREEN
Conditions displayed
Imminent shutdown alarm (the load will be disconnected in a few minutes)
Load not powered or battery circuit open
UPS in stand-by or Ups on manual bypass
Alarm indicating request for ordinary maintenance according to conditions of use (type of load,
temperature), after over 25.000 – 30.000 hours of operation (M29 flashing and alarm A44)
Warning for preventive maintenance according to conditions of use (type of load, temperature),
after over 10.000 - 12.000 hours of operation (M29 flashing)
Load on battery or battery discharging if M11 is on steady and M10 is off
On automatic bypass if M1 is on steady
First maintenance period expired (10,000 hours of operation) UPS in maintenance mode
Battery test in progress
Load powered from inverter or in high efficiency mod
6.4 MIMIC PANEL MENU.
The paragraph below describes the menus available on the mimic panel and their functions.
The displays are organised into menus and submenus as shown in the figure 6.1.3-1:
• to access a menu press the ENTER key;
• to return to the higher level press ESC key;
• Use the UP
and DOWN keys to scroll the information available at each level.
When the UPS is connected in parallel 1+1 redundant configuration, the mimic panel shows the system information as if it were a single UPS. Select the UPS number to display information on the individual units.
6.4-1
Legend.
A Current menu.
B Active sub menu.
C Additional values or information.
A
D Scrolling contextual help line.
B
F
C
E
D
E Scroll bar.
F Statistical graphics display.
D
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SYSTEM
1 ALARMS
1.1 ACTIVE ALARMS
2 MEASUREMENTS
2.1 PRESENT MEASURES
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2.2 STATISTICS
3 COMMANDS
3.1 IMMEDIATE COMMANDS
3.2 EXTENDED COMMANDS
4 PARAMETERS
4.1 PRESENT CONFIG.
4.2 PRESENT DATA
5 SERVICE
5.1 COMMISSIONING
5.2 SETTING
5.3 SERVICE CODE
6 HYSTORY
6.1 HISTORY LOG
MODULE 1
1 ALARMS
1.1 ACTIVE ALARMS
MODULE 2
2 MEASUREMENTS
2.1 PRESENT MEASURES
3 COMMANDS
3.1 IMMEDIATE COMMANDS
3.2 EXTENDED COMMANDS
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4.1 PRESENT CONFIG
5 SERVICE
5.1 SERVICE CODE
OPERATING PROCEDURES
The operating modes to activate and manage the UPS are defined
in this chapter; please also refer to chapters 6 “Mimic panel” and 8
“Menus”.
For UPSs in parallel 1+1 redundant configuration:
• Carry out the procedures on all the UPSs before going
on to the next operation.
• All procedures should be carried out on all the UPSs
within 30 seconds.
• The mimic panel operations are carried out on the “LEFT”
UPS with transformer configured as concentrator. Be
sure to operate on the SYSTEM menu.
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Q2
Q5
Q4
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7.1 START-UP IN NORMAL MODE.
• Check that all UPS and external battery switches are in position 0 (open);
• Supply the mains and auxiliary mains to the UPS;
• Put switch Q2 into position 1 (mains ON);
• Wait for the mimic panel to switch on;
• Activate the procedure COMMANDS > IMMEDIATE COMMANDS > START PROCEDURE;
• Carry out the operations indicated on the mimic panel.
7.2 SHUTDOWN.
Shutdown interrupts the power supply to the load and causes the UPS and the battery charger to stop.
• Activate the procedure COMMANDS > IMMEDIATE COMMANDS > STOP PROCEDURE;
• Wait approx. 2 minutes for the UPS to shut down (the controlled shutdown of any servers is managed with
shutdown software);
• Carry out the operations indicated on the mimic panel.
7.3 EXTENDED OUT OF SERVICE.
If the UPS is deactivated for some time, the batteries must be recharged regularly; they should be recharged
every three months.
• Supply the mains and auxiliary mains to the UPS;
• Put switch Q2 into position 1 (mains ON);
• Wait for the mimic panel to switch on;
• Activate the procedure COMMANDS > IMMEDIATE COMMANDS > START PROCEDURE;
• Put the external battery disconnectors into position 1 (battery circuit closed).
• Put or keep switches Q3 and Q5 in position 0 (inverter in output OFF and bypass OFF).
• The battery must be charged for at least ten hours.
• Once ten hours have elapsed, carry out the STOP PROCEDURE to deactivate the UPS.
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7.4 SWITCHING ONTO MANUAL BYPASS.
Switching onto the manual bypass creates a direct connection between the UPS input and output, completely
excluding the equipment control part. This operation is performed in the event of ordinary maintenance on
the equipment, so as not to remove the power supply from the load, or in the event of a serious failure while
waiting for the equipment to be repaired.
• Activate the procedure COMMANDS > IMMEDIATE COMMANDS > BYPASS PROCEDURE;
• Carry out the operations indicated on the mimic panel.
7.5 RETURN TO NORMAL MODE.
• Put switch Q2 into position 1 (mains ON);
• Wait for the mimic panel to switch on;
• Activate the procedure COMMANDS > IMMEDIATE COMMANDS > START PROCEDURE;
• Carry out the operations indicated on the mimic panel.
7.6 EMERGENCY SHUTDOWN (E.S.D.).
Should it be necessary to interrupt the continuous power supply provided by the UPS quickly (emergency shutdown), this can be done by putting switch Q3 to position 0 or, where applicable, by activating the emergency
button/switch connected to the ADC card.
The UPS output can only be electrically disconnected by means of Q3.
If the UPS is operating from the manual bypass (Q5 in position 1) with mains present, the emergency shutdown does not interrupt the power supply to the load. In emergency conditions all
the power supplies upstream of the UPS must be disconnected.
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8.1 “ALLARMS” MENU
This is used to display all the alarms that are active at the time of access.
The alarms menu is activated automatically when an alarm condition occurs.
ALARMS menu
Mimic panel description
GENERAL ALARM
BATTERY ALARM
OUTPUT OVERLOAD
AUXILIARY MAINS OUT OF TOLERANCE
A07
A08
A17
A18
A20
OVER TEMPERATURE
MAINTENANCE BYPASS ACTIVE
IMPROPER CONDITION OF USE
BLOCKING INVERTER FOR OVERLOAD
WRONG CONFIGURATION
A22
INPUT MAINS OUT OF TOLERANCE
A23
A25
A26
A29
A30
A32
A33
A38
A39
A40
A41
A42
RECTIFIER GENERAL ALARM
INVERTER GENERAL ALARM
BATTERY CHARGER GENERAL ALARM
BYPASS GENERAL ALARM
STOP FOR OVERLOAD
MODULE 1 GENERAL ALARM
MODULE 2 GENERAL ALARM
EXTERNAL ALARM 1
EXTERNAL ALARM 2
EXTERNAL ALARM 3
EXTERNAL ALARM 4
E-SERVICE GENERAL ALARM
A43
REDUNDANCY LOST
A44
A47
A49
A51
A56
A57
A58
A59
A60
A61
PERIODIC SERVICE CHECK-UP
MAX BATTERY TEMPERATURE
BATTERY DISCHARGED
OPTION BOARD GENERAL ALARM
GENERATOR SET GENERAL ALARM
GENERATOR SET FAULT
E.S.D. ACTIVATED
BATTERY CIRCUIT OPEN
FAN FAILURE
PHASE ROTATION FAULT
Meaning
Battery circuit failure or faulty operation.
Power required in output over the limits.
The voltage or frequency limits accepted by the bypass have been
exceeded.
Temperature excessive or ventilation problems.
Q5 in position 1.
Improper conditions of use verified (load, mains, and temperature).
Inverter shutdown due to overload.
Error in the configuration parameters (e.g. different parameters
between several UPSs in parallel).
The voltage or frequency limits accepted by the rectifier have been
exceeded.
Rectifier fault.
Inverter fault.
Battery charger fault.
Bypass fault.
The duration of the overload has inhibited the bypass.
Module 1 failure.
Module 2 failure.
Signalling from ADC input.
Signalling from ADC input.
Signalling from ADC input.
Signalling from ADC input.
Alarm that generates automatic sending of a signal to the support
centre (if the service has been activated).
The power required by the load no longer allows the preset
redundancy N+x to be maintained (for UPSs in parallel only).
Warning for periodic check by support service.
Control of the temperature of battery cabinet.
The energy available in the battery has been used up.
Fault related to the optional PCBs in the slots.
Minor alarm on generator set.
Major alarm on generator set.
The remote emergency shutdown command has been activated.
The battery switch is open.
Fans faulty or blocked.
Wrong phase cycle direction.
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Code
A00
A01
A02
A06
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8.2 “MEASUREMENTS” menu.
This menu is used to display all the measurements relating to the UPS input, output and to the battery.
For models with single phase input or output, the voltage and current displays are adjusted automatically.
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PRESENT MEASURES menu
Type of measurements
OUTPUT STAR VOLTAGE
OUTPUT LOAD
OUTPUT ACTIVE POWER
OUT APPARENT POWER
OUTPUT CURRENT
OUTPUT FREQUENCY
AUXILIARY VOLTAGE
AUXILIARY FREQUENCY
INPUT STAR VOLTAGE
INPUT PH-PH VOLTAGE
INPUT FREQUENCY
INPUT APPARENT POWER
BATTERY VOLTAGE
BATTERY CAPACITY
BACKUP
INTERNAL TEMPERATURE
BATTERY TEMPERATURE
Value
___ V
__ %
___ kW
__._ kVA
__._ A
__._ Hz
___ V
__._ Hz
___ V
___ V
__._ Hz
__._ kVA
B1___ V
__ %
T___MIN
__ °C
__ °C
Value
Value
___ V
___ V
___ V
___ V
__._ kVA
B2___ V
__._ kVA
Note
Charging
Discharging
Only with a sensor present and set
8.2.1 “Statistical measurements” menu.
Once a (programmable) reference period has been defined, the system reports measurements that are made
available in digital or graphical format.
The values that are represented graphically can be used to analyse the situation over the last 24 hours. This
information, together with the programmed interval information, provides an enhanced evaluation on the
operating mode of the equipment in order to verify whether certain critical operating situations are repetitive
or only casual.
STATISTICAL MEASUREMENTS menu
Measurement
INPUT APPARENT POWER
Value
MIN. AVERAGE MAX.
BACKUP TIME LESS THAN 2 MINUTES
BACKUP TIME BETWEEN 2 AND 5 MINUTES
BACKUP TIME MORE THAN 5 MINUTES
OUTPUT LOAD
NUMBER OF EVENTS
NUMBER OF EVENTS
NUMBER OF EVENTS
MIN. AVERAGE MAX.
OVERLOAD TIME LESS THAN 5 SECONDS
OVERLOAD TIME MORE THAN 5 SECONDS
REDUNDANCY LOST
INTERNAL TEMPERATURE
NUMBER OF EVENTS
NUMBER OF EVENTS
NUMBER OF EVENTS
MIN. AVERAGE MAX.
BATTERY TEMPERATURE
MIN. AVERAGE MAX.
WORKING TIME ON GEN SET
NUMBER OF HOURS
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ENTER displays
weekly graphics
Option
ENTER displays
24 hr graphics
ENTER displays
weekly graphics
ENTER displays
24 hr graphics
ENTER displays
weekly graphics
ENTER displays
weekly graphics
ENTER displays
24 hr graphics
ENTER displays
24 hr graphics
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8.3 “COMMANDS” MENU.
This is used to send some immediate commands to activate the UPS or various operating modes. It can also
be used to send extended commands to define some UPS settings. To activate the commands select the command with UP
or DOWN , press ENTER, select YES or NO to execute and press ENTER to confirm. The
“Extended controls” menu can only be seen if it is enabled in the menu CONFIGURATION.
IMMEDIATE COMMANDS menu
Description
UPS start-up command.
UPS shutdown command.
Control to activate the manual bypass and shutdown of the UPS.
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START PROCEDURE
STOP PROCEDURE
MAINTENANCE BY-PASS
PROCEDURE
HIGH EFFICIENCY MODE
NORMAL MODE
ALARM RESET
LEDS TEST
Activates Eco mode / always on mode.
Activates normal double conversion operation.
Resets all the alarms.
Performs the test on the mimic panel LEDs.
EXTENDED COMMAND menu
Command
MANUAL BATTERY TEST
BATTERY COMMISSION
SET LAN DEFAULT VALUE
JBUS TUNNELING ENABLE
JBUS TUNNELLING DISABLE
DHCP ENABLE
DHCP DISABLE
FORCE MODEM DIAL OUT
DISABLE CHECK-UP
Description
Activates the battery test.
Activates battery commissioning (use only if necessary for the type of battery).
Resets all the values of the LAN.
Enables the connection of advanced software (BMS or Uni vision) via the LAN network.
Enables the automatic allocation of the IP address by the network server.
Forces sending of an immediate test modem call.
Deactivates the periodic maintenance message.
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8.4 “PARAMETERS” MENU
Displays only the configuration parameters set for the UPS.
The messages in this menu are identified by an asterisk in the configurations service menu.
The parameters can only be changed by entering the service / configurations menu.
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CURRENT DATA menu
Message
SINOTTICO
SN. 0000000000
FW. X.XX CKS. XXXX
LAN SINOTTICO MAC ADDRESS
XX . XX . XX . XX . XX . XX
FW X.XX
SCHEDA DIGITALE
UP RV 000 CKS: 0000
DSP RV 000 CKS: 0000
Description
Identifie the size, the phases configuation input and output and the serial number
of the UPS.
Identifie the mac addres of LAN PCB.
Identifie the micro prosessor software version.
Identifie the mac addres of LAN PCB.
8.5 “SERVICE” MENU.
This is used to change the configuration parameters, insert the warranty activation code and display the service
code.
8.5.1 “Activation code” menu.
During activation of the equipment a warranty activation code, made up of four characters, is requested to
complete the start-up procedure.
MANUFACTURER WARRANTY VALIDATION
PLEASE INSERT THE CODE
The activation code is provided directly by the reference Support Centre upon communication of the serial
number of the equipment which is displayed in the next message by pressing ENTER.
SEE INSTALLATION MANUAL
FOR PROCEDURE
SN: 0000000000
When contact is made with the Support Centre for the activation code, detailed information can be obtained
on the UPS functions available and on the periodic preventive maintenance programmes.
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Once the code is obtained, enter it by pressing ENTER to activate the entry (two asterisks will appear). Select
the first character with the UP
and DOWN keys and confirm with ENTER to accept the character. Then
move on to the next character. Pressing the ENTER key after selecting the fourth character activates code.
An error message is displayed if the code is incorrect.
Check that the code displayed corresponds to the one provided by the Support Centre and repeat the procedure.
8.5.2 “Present configurations” menu.
This is used to change the configuration parameters.
Press ENTER. Access is via the password MAST which is keyed in by using the UP
ENTER to go on to the next letter.
and DOWN
keys and
Note.
Column A shows whether the parameter is visible in the PARAMETERS “CONFIGURATIONS” menu.
PRESENT CONFIGURATIONS menu
A Parameter
LANGUAGE SELECTION
• NUMBER OF MODULES
• REDUNDANCY LEVEL
• OUTPUT VOLTAGE
• OUTPUT FREQUENCY
• CONVERTER
• AUTO ON
BATTERY AVAILABLE
BATTERY TEMP. PROBE
• BATTERY TYPE
• BATTERY RECHARGE
• BATTERY CAPACITY
• BATTERY ELEMENTS
Description
Selects the required language
Only appears in case of parallel systems.
Indicates the number of UPSs in the system.
Only appears in case of parallel systems.
Indicates the number of redundant UPSs.
Sets the required output voltage value.
Sets the required output frequency value.
Sets whether the UPS has to operate as a frequency
converter.
Allowed values
DE-EN-ES-FR-IT
other languages on request
1-2
FROM 0 TO THE NUMBER
OF MODULES LESS ONE
208/220/230/240
50/60
YES/NO
WARNING!
Set only on UPS with mains power (MAINS) and auxiliary mains (AUX MAINS) separated
and with the auxiliary mains (AUX MAINS) disconnected!
Do not set on UPS with common mains lines as it could damage the load!
Sets whether the UPS has to restart automatically after
YES/NO
shutdown due to minimum battery level.
Indicates whether the batteries are present
YES/NO
Indicates if the battery sensor is present
ENABLE/DISABLE
Selects the type of batteries used
SEALED, OPEN VENT, NI-CD
Selects the type of recharge required
AUTO, MAINTENANCE,
2 LEVELS, INTERMITTENT
Sets the battery capacity in Ah.
6,50 ÷ 1.000 (x number of UPS)
114÷132
Indicates the number of elements in series
in a branch.
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FOR PROCEDURE
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PRESENT CONFIGURATIONS menu
A Parameter
Description
• BATTERY RECHARGE
TEMP COMPENSATION
Sets the recharge voltage compensation value
according to the battery temperature (not present
with external battery cabinets.
Sets the type of backfeed protection.
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• BACKFEED TYPE
• BATTERY TEST
TEST EVERY XX DAYS
• LAN IP STATICO
XXX . XXX . XXX .XXX
• SERIAL LINK JBUS
SLAVE NUMBER
DATE AND TIME
• EXTENDED COMMAND
• REMOTE COMMAND
BUZZER
LCD CONTRAST
• STATISTICS PERIOD
• GSS TIME DELAY
E-SERVICE TYPE
E-SERVICE TELEPHONE
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Sets the frequency rate of the battery test in days
(zero = do not perform the test).
Sets the static IP address of the LAN
Sets the mimic panel jbus node
Sets the date and time
Enables/Disables the mimic panel extended commands
Enables/disables the remote controls
Enables/Disables the buzzer
Sets the LCD display contrast
Indicates the time in weeks for the calculation of statistics
Sets the generator start up delay time (visible only when
the GSS PCB is installed)
Select e-service operating mode
Insert the phone number to call for e-service messages
Allowed values
YES/NO
DISABLE
BY-PASS-INPUT ALONE
BY-PASS-INPUT COMMON
0÷180
255.255.255.255
1÷15
DD/MM/YY HH:MM
YES/NO
YES/NO
YES/NO
0/100
1÷10
1÷60 MINUTES
NONE, MODEM, SMS
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8.5.3 “Service code” menu.
This displays the service code to be sent to the support service to make an accurate and rapid diagnostic
of the problem.
In the event of a fault, select the menu SERVICE >
SERVICE CODE and inform the support centre of the
code displayed.
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8.6 “EVENT LOG” MENU.
Shows a list of UPS events in chronological order.
It allows the user to analyse UPS operation with regard to variations in the power supply, load or the environment.
8.6-1
Legend.
A
B
A Shows date and time of event.
B Shows the event code.
C Describes the event.
D ON/OFF status of event.
C
E
E Progressive number of event.
D
8.7 MIMIC PANEL CONCENTRATOR.
In systems with 2 UPS units connected in parallel 1+1 redundant configuration, advanced mimic panels can provide
an overall view of the system and a detailed view of the UPSs in a single point.
The UPS with transformer (on the left side) and the relative mimic panel are configured as “the concentrator”.
8.7.1 Keyboard blocking procedure.
It is possible to block/unblock the keyboard using the buttons in following sequence: ENTER, DOWN
UP , ESC (pressed for over 3 seconds). The sequence must be done in no more than 15 seconds.
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9.1 MULTILEVEL COMMUNICATION.
MASTERYS™ is able to manage a variety of serial, contact and Ethernet communication channels simultaneously.
The various PCBs and signalling accessories are inserted in the two standard communication slots. This gives MASTERYS™ immediate interfacing and integration flexibility as soon as the unit is installed with no need for trained
personnel.
The table below lists the possible connections between the communication channels and external devices.
Communication levels
Slot 1
ADC card
GSS card
NetVision card
UniVision pro
Remote Panel
BMS
Modem
LAN (ethernet)
1
2
3
4
•
•
•
2
8.1-1
Slot 2 RS 232/485 RS 232 RJ45 10BT
•
•
•
5
4
9
3
8
2
7
1
6
2
•
•
•
1
•
•
•
4
•
•
1
3
Building Management System.
Ethernet adapter with Web/SNMP 10/100Mb functions
(E-service via Web required).
For T-service via telephone network.
By jbus tunnelling on TCP/IP.
4
Legend pin RS232/485 C1
1 Not connected
2 RX for RS232
3 TX for RS232
4 Data +
5 GND for RS232
6 Data −
7 Reserved
8 Not connected
9 +12 V
Legend pin Modem C2
1 Reserved
2 RX for RS232
3 TX for RS232
4 Reserved
5 GND for RS232
6 Not connected
7 RTS
8 CTS
9 +12 V
As each channel is independent, simultaneous connections can be made to satisfy the different levels of signalling
and remote monitoring.
See the options paragraph to access the detailed functions of the PCBs installed in the slots.
Please note that two Net Vision cards or two GSS cards cannot be connected simultaneously.
Only one card of a kind can be used.
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9.2 STANDARD LAN WEB PAGE.
By connecting the UPS to a standard LAN network, the operating status of the UPS can be monitored from any
PC connected to the network through an html page.
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9.2.1 Activation.
Comply with the following operations to activate
the monitoring system:
• Connect the UPS to the LAN network (connector
D in Fig. 9.2.1-1).
A. If the DHCP protocol (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) is enabled in the local network,
check the UPS mimic panel for the IP address in
the menu PARAMETERS > PRESENT CONFIG >
LOCAL AREA NETWORK IP (go on to point C).
B. If the BOOT DHCP protocol is not enabled in the
local network:
Foreword: the following is applicable only if the user is in possession of the administrator rights, otherwise the
procedure indicated below is only valid if using a stand-alone PC (i.e. not in a network of computers with administrator privileges) and a network twisted cable.
Deactivate DHCP mode in the COMMAND> EXT.COMMAND> DHCP DISABLE menu on the UPS mimic
panel.
Read the IP address given in the PARAMETERS > PRESENT CONFIG > LOCAL AREA NETWORK IP menu
on the UPS mimic panel (by default 192.168.7.19).
From a PC connected to the network add the address read by means of the following command: Route add
192.168.7.19 210.67.192.147 (assuming 210.67.192.147 to be the IP address of the PC being used).
C. Open an internet browser and key in the address http://XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX and press send (where xxx.xxx.
xxx.xxxx is the IP address read on the mimic panel). 9.2.1-2
D. A login and a password will be requested
(fig. 9.2.1-2), the default parameters are:
• login: admin
• password: public
Insert data and click OK.
The main web supervisor page will be displayed
and the functions are described in the following
paragraph.
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9.2.2 Description of the functions available.
The main web page shows the general status of the UPS.
This page like all the “sub-pages” are dynamic i.e. the data, images or type of messages shown vary in accordance with the UPS status and configuration.
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A
C
B
Legend.
A Navigation bar.
B Menu bar.
C system information area.
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9.2.2.1 Navigation bar.
Consult the on-line guide for details about the various icons.
The graphics interface shows a number of icons, each of which is associated to a specific function:
Connection to the www.socomec.com web site. Regularly check the news that the SOCOMEC group
publishes on the site so as to take full advantage of the MASTERYSTM unit.
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UPS information: Serial number, type, power, etc.
Alarm present: shows the alarms table (this icon appears when the UPS detects an anomaly).
Generator operating mode (this icon appears when the UPS is powered by the generator).
Technical support department e-mail address. This connection opens the e-mail program and automatically fills in the addressee and subject lines.
Information on the network interface: a help page in html is loaded.
9.2.2.2 Menu bar.
The menu bar displays links to html pages that provide detailed information on the unit and describe how to
configure special options.
9.2.2.3 List of alarms.
Shows the list of alarms present in
table form.
9.2.2.4 Statistics.
The counter folder shows the
number of events that have occurred over a given period of time
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The average minimum and maximum values of a measurement can
be seen by clicking on the measurement folder.
A sampling time from one to 10
weeks can be set by clicking on the
period folder.
9.2.2.5 UPS management.
The commands folder shows the
commands that can be sent to the
UPS.
The setting folder shows the parameter settings on the UPS.
9.2.2.6 Change language.
Click on the relative flag to choose a different language. If the desired language is not listed, see if it is downloadable from the www.socomec.com web site.
Refer to the chapter on software updating for instructions on how to install a new language.
9.2.2.7 Local network.
Enable the user to modify the network communication parameters.
• Dynamic IP address: if enabled,
the IP address is automatically assigned by the network server
• Static IP address: the IP address is
used if the dynamic IP address is disabled.
• Network mask: this is used if the dynamic IP address is disabled.
• Gateway: the gateway address used to send TCP/IP data out of the local network.
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• Password: allows the user to
change the password to access
the html. To authorise access only
to users that have a password. Insert the new password and write
it down in case of need.
• JBUS TCP/IP Port: used to accept
a JBUS frame through LAN tunnelling .
• Client JBUS IP address to be authorised: if a specific IP address is
inserted in this box, then only that
address/user will be able to access the html pages. If the address
0.0.0.0 is used, all the PCs on the
network will be able to access the
supervisor (one client at a time). If the address 255.255.255.255 is inserted, access will be denied to all users.
• Software updating: if on, allows the supervisor to be updated.
• Page refresh (sec): the page refresh rate can be set.
• Installation: text string used to describe the UPS installation site, which is useful if there are more than one
unit connected (this value is inserted in SMS messages or e-mails).
• NTP Server: indicates the IP address of the time server to automatically update the date and time on the system.
• GMT Correction (minutes): indicates local time and the offset in minutes with respect to the zero meridian of
Greenwich
• Apply the parameter settings: restarts the monitoring system with the new settings.
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9.2.2.8 Configuring e-mail.
This menu lets the user configure parameters for sending e-mails.
• Event that will send an e-mail: as
required, the e-mail may be deactivated or activated to send a message in the event of serious alarms
or for all alarm conditions.
• E-mail server address: insert the
IP address (xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx) of the
SMTP e-mail server from which you
wish to send messages.
• e-mail account: Insert the UPS’s
dedicated “user account”, which is
often the same as the user’s e-mail
address.
• Addressee: insert the e-mail address to which the alarm messages will be sent.
• Periodic connection: set the frequency at which an e-mail is to be sent to verify the connection.
• Force an e-mail to be sent now: by selecting “execute” a test e-mail will be sent.
9.2.2.9 Modem configuration.
This menu lets the user configure
the parameters of a modem
• Rings before reply: Set the number of rings after which the modem
should respond.
• Outgoing call1: sets the type of
outgoing call: SMS or E- service
(to activate e-service a contract to
the support centre is required).
• Reason for callout: set the reasons for the call (all alarms or for
serious faults).
• Installation: text string used to
describe the UPS installation site,
which is useful if there are more
than one unit connected (this
value is inserted in SMS messages or e-mails).
• Telephone number: insert the number to be called.
• Modem initialisation: initial string to be sent to the modem (for special configurations or certain types of modem).
• Connection period: set the number of days between two calls even if no faults occur.
• Force an outgoing call: by selecting EXECUTE a test connection is immediately carried out.
1 Activating one configuration excludes the other; therefore if an E-service/T-service contract is subscribed, calls in output cannot be configured.
2 In the event that the E-service/T-service contains the control code provided by after-sales personnel.
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9.2.2.11 System Information Area.
This area of the screen page shows
the measurements and the UPS operating mode.
• Click on icon A to display the input measurements.
• Click on icon B to display the battery measurements.
• Click on icon C or D to display the
output measurements.
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9.2.2.10 Software updating.
This html page is used to update automatically the monitoring software,
which could be useful to add new
languages or the SNMP function.
Once the file has been acquired (by
requesting it from the support service) select it with the browse button.
Click on the “start update” button; once the update has been completed, reload the html page.
D
A
B
C
9.2.2.12 How to configure max-connections-per-server for FIREFOX.
In order to increase the LAN performances:
1. Type about:config in the address bar and accept dialog box (if necessary).
2. Type server in the filter field box and press return.
3. Set the network.http.max-connections-per-server value to 2 (double click on the item and set 2 in the dialog
box).
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9.3 ACCESSORIES AND SW OPTIONS.
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UNI VISION PRO is the solution for the management of a UPS connected to
the local server via RS232 or via LAN. It is normally used at departmental level
to automatically shutdown the systems and ensure secure control of the UPS
that in turn protect servers and workstations.
The main functions are:
• Graphic monitoring of the UPS via web browser
• Local shutdown of a server connected via serial interface
• Remote shutdown via proxy agent and optional Java shutdown clients
• Notification of anomalies via e-mail to a maximum of 8 addresse.
NET VISION is a solution for managing UPS units connected directly to the
local network. It is normally used on medium/large, complex networks and
in multi-server environments where the IT manager centrally controls all the
network resources.
The physical position of the UPS is not significant.
The main functions are:
• 10/100Mb Ethernet connection (RJ45)
• Graphic monitoring of the UPS via web browser
• Remote shutdown of up to 40 computers (expandable with options)
• Notification of anomalies via e-mail to a maximum of 8 addresses
• UPS management using SNMP protocol
• Diagnostics via Internet offered by e-Service.
Java & .NET shutdown Client (JNC) is an optional Java application to be installed on a server for the automatic shutdown of the computers on the network
before the UPS stops due critical operating conditions (imminent battery failure,
overload, etc.). It is supplied as an option and can be associated to the UNI VISION PRO or NET VISION communication solutions.
The main features/functions are:
• Use of the suite of standard TCP/IP network protocols;
Graphic interface to improve the simplicity of the configuration;
• Minimum use of CPU resources
• Personalisation of shutdown parameters and script
• Continuous monitoring of the efficiency of the connection to the UPS.
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This is a cutting edge supervision service ensuring 24/7/365 service.
It ensures effective prevention and constant monitoring of the system.
Communication between the UPS and the local Socomec Service Centre is
via modem (free-air GSM or ANALOG fixed line).
The auto-diagnostic system analyses UPS operating conditions, identifies
faults and monitors environmental conditions such as temperature, overload,
avoiding the risk of equipment stoppages. In the event of a failure, the system
immediately sends a “diagnostic report” via modem to the Service Centre.
Any emergency situation is managed and resolved extremely quickly and remotely by the Service Centre, with immediate intervention on site if needed.
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The alarm messages displayed enable an immediate diagnosis.
Alarms are divided into two categories:
• Alarms related to the UPS external circuits: input mains, output mains, temperature and environment.
• Alarms related to the UPS internal circuits: in this case, the corrective actions will be carried out by the After
Sales Department.
10.1 SYSTEM ALARMS.
• A02: output overload.
The power required by the loads is higher than the power available.
Check that the load is well balanced on the three phases by checking the measurements on the display. If
needed, disconnect any loads that do not need uninterruptible power.
Important!
The accepted overload time limit is defined in the technical specifications. When this time limit is exceeded,
the loads will no longer be powered by the inverter.
• A06: auxiliary mains out of tolerance.
The auxiliary mains exceeds the acceptable tolerance values. Possible causes are:
• No voltage or frequency present or voltage and frequency out of acceptable values (see the technical specifications).
• The frequency is subject to continuous variations (typical with power supplied from an incorrectly sized GE).
• A07: temperature over the limits.
The technical plant temperature is higher than the maximum value recommended.
Check the ventilation or air conditioning system in the UPS room.
• A08: maintenance bypass activated.
The Q5 maintenance bypass switch Q5 is closed.
The load is therefore powered directly by mains power supply. See Chapter 7.4.
• A17: improper conditions of use.
This alarm does not indicate a malfunction or failure of the UPS, but an incorrect use/sizing of the system. It
is activated in the event of:
• Operation for long periods at high temperatures (battery deterioration)
• High number of overloads (wrong sizing)
• Continuous battery discharging (mains not stable)
• High number of switches onto the bypass (high impulsive loads)
• A22: input mains out of tolerance.
The input mains is not present or not sufficient (voltage and/or frequency values incorrect with reference
to the technical data); if there is no input mains outage, check if no protections upstream of the UPS have
tripped. Check that the voltage applied and frequency values are in compliance with the values set on the
mimic panel.
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• A38, A39, A40, A41: external alarm 1, 2, 3, 4.
One of the ADC PCB inputs has been activated; check the situation of the devices connected to this PCB.
• A56, A57: generator general alarm.
The generator has sent an alarm; check directly on the GE.
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• A61: wrong phase cycle direction.
The phase cycle sequence is incorrect. In this case, invert two phases of the input mains. For a UPS with separate auxiliary mains, exchange the two phases of the auxiliary mains only.
10.2 UPS ALARMS.
• A01: battery alarm.
Failure or problem on the battery circuit. Check that the battery switch is closed.
• A18: inverter blocked due to overload.
Reduce the load rate applied to the UPS and reset the alarms.
• A20: wrong configuration.
Error in the configuration parameters; please contact the support service.
• A30: block due to overload.
Reduce the load rate applied to the UPS and reset the alarms.
• A42: T.Service general alarm.
The MASTERYS™ products can be remotely serviced. This alarm indicates that a procedure for analysing the
UPS failure has been activated by the support centre (if an e-service contract has been concluded).
• A44: programmed control.
The equipment has to undergo periodic checks by the support service in order to ensure optimum performance and efficiency. If the “Programmed Control” signal appears on the mimic panel, the equipment should
be inspected by an adequately trained technician.
• A47: maximum battery temperature.
The temperature of the battery cabinet (or of the battery room) is higher than the maximum allowed. Check
the ventilation or air conditioning system in the premises.
• A59: battery circuit open.
Battery switch open.
• A60: fan failure.
Fault in the ventilation system; check that the air inlet at the front and the air outlet of the UPS are not obstructed.
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10.3 PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE.
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All operations on the equipment must be carried out solely by SOCOMEC UPS personnel or by
authorised service personnel.
Maintenance requires accurate functionality checks of the various electronic and mechanical parts and, if necessary, the replacement of parts subject to wear and tear (batteries, fans and condensers). It is recommended to
carry out periodic specialised maintenance (annually), in order to keep the equipment at the maximum level
of efficiency and to avoid the installation being out of service with possible damage/risks. Moreover, attention
should be paid to any requests for preventive maintenance that the equipment may automatically display with
alarm/warning message M29.
10.3.1 Batteries.
The state of the battery is fundamental to UPS operation.
Thanks to the Expert Battery System, the information relating to the state and the conditions of use of the
battery are processed in real time and the recharging and discharging procedures are selected automatically in
order to optimise battery life expectancy and offer maximum performance.
Furthermore, during the operating life of the battery, MASTERYS™ stores statistics on the conditions of use of
the battery for analysis.
Since the expected life of the batteries is very much dependent on operating conditions (number of charging
and discharging cycles, load rate, temperature), a periodic check by authorised personnel is recommended.
When replacing the batteries, use the same type and configuration by placing them in the appropriate containers so as to avoid the risk of acid leakage.
The replaced batteries must be disposed of at authorised recycling and disposal centres.
Do not open the plastic cover of the batteries as they contain harmful substances.
10.3.2 Fans.
The life of the fans used to cool the power parts is dependent on the using and environmental conditions
(temperature, dust).
Preventive replacement by an authorised technician is recommended within four years (in normal operating
conditions).
When needed, fans must be replaced as per specifications by SOCOMEC UPS.
10.3.3 Capacitors.
The equipment houses electrolytic capacitors (used in the rectifier and inverter section) and filtering capacitors
(used in the output section), whose life is dependent on using and environmental conditions.
The average expected life of these components is shown below:
• Electrolytic capacitors: 5 years;
• Filtering capacitors: 7 years.
In any case the effective state of the components is verified during preventive maintenance.
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11.1 KIT GSS (GLOBAL SUPPLY SYSTEM).
This kit optimises generator sizing and control when connected to the UPS input. The generator set performs either
an auto-start up due to the power failure or according to the parameters set by the user on the UPS depending on
how long the power failure lasts or when the remaining battery backup time is reached.
11.3 REMOTE MIMIC PANEL.
This device monitors and interacts with the UPS through a serial link RS 485 (maximum distance of 175 m) 25 m cable
supplied standard; 50 m cable available as an option). Refer to the relevant user manual for instructions on how to use
the device.
11.4 ACS PCB.
Synchronises UPS output with an external power source (another UPS, even of a different brand, generator or transformer).
11.5 SEPARATE AUXILIARY MAINS SUPPLY.
This allows the use of an auxiliary energy source other than the primary mains supply in the event of outage.
11.6 ADC CARD WITH TEMPERATURE SENSOR.
This card can be used to manage up to four normally closed or normally open outputs and up to three digital inputs in
configurable mode. If more than one ADC card is used simultaneously, the dip-switch configurations must be different.
Secure the card with the appropriate screws.
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11.2 ISOLATION CONTROLLER.
This device continually checks the transformer isolation, displaying an alarm message on the mimic panel. The management of the option is possible via ADC card without temperature sensor (refer to paragraph 3.9 “ADC card”)
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11.7 EXTERNAL BACK-FEED PROTECTION.
External devices can be installed to protect against the
backfeed of dangerous currents, both on the MAINS
SUPPLY and on the AUX MAINS SUPPLY. The BKF PCB is
installed behind the panel shown in the figure aside.
Refer to the following paragraphs for details on the
electrical connections and on activating the chosen
protection.
11.7-1
A
Lead the cable through the plastic cable trunking A
provided.
11.7.1 Protection on Mains Supply and on Auxiliary Mains Supply.
Activating UPS protection on the mimic panel: access the Configuration menu on the mimic panel (see the Configuration Menu section in the manual) and set the BACKFEED TYPE parameter to 2.BYPASS-INPUT Alone.
Diagram of principle.
11.7.1-1
UPS with separate auxiliary supply.
A
Q1
UPS
T1
M1
L1
L1
L2
L2
L3
L3
N
N
B
Q2
T2
L11
L11
N11
N11
Remote switches - rated current
Model
T1
40 3/1
80 A AC1
60 3/1
125 A AC1
XB1
BKF card
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AUX Mains supply
Mains terminals
AUX Mains terminals
Remote switch1
Remote switch1
Input power switch
AUX Mains power switch
Connector on BKF PCB
Connector on BKF PCB
M2
B
50
Legend.
A
B
L1-L2-L3-N
L11-N11
M1
M2
T1
T2
Q1
Q2
XB1
XB2
T2
80 A AC1
125 A AC1
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Models
Input/Output phases
3/1
3P+N 400 V ±20% (up to -35% @70% of nominal load)
50-60 Hz ±10%
0,99
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Mains voltage
Input frequency
Input power factor
THDI
1.400
Electrical specifications - Input
835
1000
Electrical specifications - Output
Output voltage (P+N)
Frequency
Automatic bypass
Nominal power
Overload on mains power supply
Crest factor
Voltage distortion
230 V single phase (selectable: 208*/220/230/240 V) ±1%
50-60 Hz ±2% (from 1% to 8% if generator is used)
nominal output voltage ±15%
(from 10% to 20% selectable if generator is used)
40 kVA: 32 kW
60 kVA: 48 kW
125% 10 minutes
150% 1 minute
2.5:1
1% with linear load
Weight:
- 40 kVA: 490 kg
- 60 kVA: 540 kg
* @ Pout = 90% Pnom
Environment
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Relative humidity
Protection level
Max. altitude
Acoustic noise (dB)
Required cooling capacity (m3/h)
Dissipated power max
Dissipated power
0÷40 °C (15÷25 °C recommended for longer battery life)
-5÷45 °C
0÷95% condensation-free
IP31
1.000 m (3.300 ft) without derating; 3.000 m (10.000 ft) max
< 62
1810
40 kVA: 3800 W
60 kVA: 5500 W
40 kVA: 13100 BTU/h
60 kVA: 18800 BTU/h
Standards
Safety
Type and performance
EMC
Product certification
Protection level
EN 62040-1-1, EN 60950-1
EN 62040-3 (VFI-SS-111)
EN 62040-2
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For parallel 1+1 redundant configuration only.
Parallel configuration must only be activated by SOCOMEC UPS qualified personnel.
Use the UPS in accordance with the technical specifications given in this Installation and Operating Manual.
The UPS units connected in parallel configuration are identical to a standard UPS, as a result safety, shipping and
installation recommendations in chapters 2 and 3 also apply.
INSTALLATION.
UPS units operating in parallel are interconnected using control cable A and are configured differently depending
on the position they are assigned. For this reason the units have a position label C:
The “LEFT” label means that the unit must be positioned to the left (UPS with transformer configured as concentrator);
• The “RIGHT” label means that the unit must be positioned to the right (UPS without transformer).
The control cables supplied allow a maximum distance of about 3 metres between the UPS units. This gives enough
room for an external battery cabinet to be inserted beside each UPS.
POWER CONNECTIONS.
• The power supply to each unit must be protected as indicated in the table in paragraph 3.4.
• The cross section and length of the input and output cables must be identical for all the units.
• The phase rotation must be the same for both unit connected in parallel.
• Cables of the same length and cross section must be used for the connection between the general power switch 1,
the switches 3 and the respective UPS units.
• If a differential switch is installed on the mains power switch (optional), it must be inserted upstream from the
distribution panel, it must be a selective type and the trigger value must be 0.5 A by the number of UPS connected in parallel.
CONTROL CONNECTIONS.
In order for units connected in a parallel configuration to operate correctly, control cables are required to exchange
data between the various UPS units making up the parallel system, for management of correct load sharing and
synchronisation logic.
The cables in question are supplied with the UPSs.
Parallel configuration must only be activated by SOCOMEC UPS qualified personnel; in each case arrange the
running of the control cables in the relative cable run as shown in figure 2 leaving the connectors unconnected.
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MAINS
CONTROL CONNECTIONS
❶
❸
❸
❸
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❷
❼
❽
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Legend.
A “Parallel bus” cable; leave approx. a 20 cm cable length
at the exit of the cable run.
❾
❹
❺
❻
Legend.
1 Main differential
magneto-thermal switch.
2 “Parallel bus” cable.
3 Magneto-thermal switch.
4 Output switch.
5 System shutdown switch.
6 Distribution.
7 UPS with transformer.
8 UPS without transformer
9 Power connections
(refer to page 54)
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L11
N1
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AUX MAINS
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L14
N4
L12
L2
L3
N
+B2
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N2
-B2
-B1
+B1
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AUXILIARY
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L11
N1
AUX MAINS
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IN EASTERN EUROPE,
MIDDLE EAST, AFRICA
IN ASIA PACIFIC
IN AMERICA
BELGIUM
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
AUSTRALIA
LATIN AMERICAN COUNTRIES
B - 1190 Bruxelles
Tel. +32 (0)2 340 02 34
info.ups.be@socomec.com
371355 Dubai airport free zone
Dubai (United Arab Emirates)
Tel.: +971 (0) 4 29 98 441
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Macquarie Park NSW 2113
Tel. +61 2 9325 3900
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Tel. +34 935 407 575
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POLAND
Chaoyang, Beijing 100016 P.R., China
Tel. +86 10 59756108
info.ups.cn@socomec.com
FRANCE
F - 94132 Fontenay-sous-Bois Cedex
Tel. +33 (0)1 45 14 63 90
dcm.ups.fr@socomec.com
01-625 Warszawa
Tel. +48 22 825 73 60
info.ups.pl@socomec.com
GERMANY
ROMANIA
D - 68309 Mannheim
Tel. +49 (0) 621 71 68 40
info.ups.de@socomec.com
023383 Bucharest
Tel. +40 21 319 36 88 ( 89, 81, 82)
info.ups.ro@socomec.com
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