TRIO-UPS-2G/1AC/1AC/120V/
750VA
Uninterruptible power supply
Data sheet
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Description
The TRIO-UPS-2G uninterruptible power supply (UPS) is
used to ensure that power for critical electrical loads
continues to be supplied in the event of disturbances in the
power supply network, e.g., due to mains breakdown or
failure.
In doing so, the UPS switches to battery operation without
interruption so that connected loads continue to be
consistently supplied.
When mains power is restored, the UPS automatically
returns to normal operation. The connected loads are again
supplied via the power supply network and the battery is
charged.
The product described here is an uninterruptible power
supply (UPS) with integrated energy storage (2 x 3.4 Ah).
Technical data (short form)
Input voltage range
96 V AC ... 138 V AC
Frequency range
55 Hz ... 65 Hz
Nominal output voltage (UN)
120 V AC
Nominal output current (IN)
6A
Apparent power
750 VA
Nominal power (real power)
600 W
Buffer period
20 min. (100 W)
4 min. (300 W)
1 min. (600 W)
Efficiency
with charged power storage device
> 95 %
MTBF (IEC 61709, SN 29500)
> 206000 h (40°C)
Ambient temperature (operation)
0 °C ... 40 °C
Features
Dimensions W/H/D
210 mm / 170 mm / 136 mm
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Weight
5.7 kg
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Offline UPS in line with UPS classification code
according to IEC 62040-3: VFD-SS-311
Waveform Type: pure sine
Optimum use of the buffer time and preventive battery
monitoring
Maximum energy efficiency: 95 % efficiency for
charged energy storage device
Startup from energy storage possible without mains
input
USB interface for connection to higher-level controllers,
such as industrial PCs
Can be extended with external energy storage
(1 x 24 V, 3.4 Ah)
Battery technology
Lead rechargeable battery module
Battery type
2x Panasonic UP-VW1220P1
Capacitance
3.4 Ah
Battery fuse
40 A, 32 V
Can be extended with external
battery
yes , 1x 24 V / 3.4 Ah
Make sure you always use the latest documentation.
It can be downloaded from the product at phoenixcontact.net/products.
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Table of contents
1
Description .............................................................................................................................. 1
2
Table of contents ..................................................................................................................... 2
3
Ordering data .......................................................................................................................... 3
4
Technical data ......................................................................................................................... 4
5
Safety regulations and installation notes................................................................................ 10
5.1
Symbols used ................................................................................................................... 10
5.2
Safety and warning notes .................................................................................................... 10
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Structure................................................................................................................................ 12
6.1
Function elements ............................................................................................................. 12
6.2
Device dimensions and keepout areas .................................................................................... 13
6.3
Block diagram ................................................................................................................... 14
7
Mounting/removing the uninterruptible power supply ............................................................ 15
7.1
Convection....................................................................................................................... 15
7.2
Normal mounting position .................................................................................................... 15
7.3
Mounting the uninterruptible power supply ............................................................................... 15
7.4
Removing the uninterruptible power supply .............................................................................. 16
7.5
Retrofitting the universal wall adapter ..................................................................................... 16
7.6
Installation of individual components ...................................................................................... 17
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Device connection ................................................................................................................. 18
8.1
Connecting the internal power storage .................................................................................... 18
8.2
Push-in connection technology ............................................................................................. 18
8.3
AC input .......................................................................................................................... 19
8.4
AC output ........................................................................................................................ 19
8.5
Battery 24V ...................................................................................................................... 19
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Device operation ................................................................................................................... 20
9.1
Rotary selector switch ......................................................................................................... 20
9.2
Setting the buffer time ......................................................................................................... 20
9.3
PC mode ......................................................................................................................... 20
9.4
Service mode ................................................................................................................... 22
9.5
Changing the internal energy storage ..................................................................................... 22
9.6
Remote contact ................................................................................................................. 22
9.7
Battery start (Bat.-Start)....................................................................................................... 23
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Signaling................................................................................................................................ 23
10.1 LED indicators and signal outputs .......................................................................................... 24
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Interface ................................................................................................................................ 25
11.1 USB interface MINI type B ................................................................................................... 25
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Derating................................................................................................................................. 25
12.1 Ambient temperature .......................................................................................................... 25
12.2 Installation height ............................................................................................................... 25
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Ordering data
Description
Type
Order No.
Pcs./Pkt.
1AC/1AC/750 VA uninterruptible power supply with
integrated power storage, lead AGM, VRLA technology,
24 V DC, 3.4 Ah for 120 V AC applications.
TRIO-UPS-2G/1AC/1AC/
120V/750VA
2905908
1
Accessories
Type
Order No.
Pcs./Pkt.
Energy storage device, lead AGM, VRLA technology, 24 V QUINT-BAT/24DC/ 3.4AH
DC, 3.4 Ah. Connection via pin cable lug, 14 mm.
2866349
1
Used for communication between an industrial PC and
Phoenix Contact devices with USB-Mini-B connection.
2908217
1
2-piece universal wall adapter for securely mounting the UWA 130
power supply in the event of strong vibrations. The profiles
that are screwed onto the side of the power supply are
screwed directly onto the mounting surface. The universal
wall adapter is attached on the left/right.
2901664
1
Fuse, nominal current: 10 A, length: 31.8 mm, diameter:
6.35 mm
FUSE 10A/400V GRL
2908358
1
Fuse, nominal current: 40 A, length: 19 mm, width: 5 mm, FUSE 40A/32V ATOF
height: 18.8 mm
2908357
2
MINI-SCREW-USBDATACABLE
Our range of accessories is being continually extended, our current range can be found in the download area.
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Technical data
Input data
Nominal input voltage
120 V AC
Input voltage range
96 V AC ... 138 V AC
Frequency range
55 Hz ... 65 Hz
Current draw
6A
Permissible backup fuse
B10 / B16 ( Listed breaker )
Input connection data
Connection method
Push-in connection
Conductor cross section, solid
0.2 mm² ... 4 mm²
Conductor cross section, flexible
0.2 mm² ... 2.5 mm²
Conductor cross section AWG/kcmil
24 ... 12
Stripping length
10 mm
Output data
Apparent power
750 VA
Nominal power (real power)
600 W
Power factor (cos phi)
0.8
Crest factor
2.8
Switch-over time
< 10 ms
Classification according to IEC 62040-3
VFD-SS-311
Output data (mains operation)
Nominal output voltage (UN)
120 V AC
Nominal output current (IN)
6 A ( at 750 VA )
Output data (battery operation)
Nominal output voltage (UN)
120 V AC
Nominal output current (IN)
6 A ( at 750 VA )
Form of output voltage
Pure sine
Output connection data
Connection method
Push-in connection
Conductor cross section, solid
0.2 mm² ... 4 mm²
Conductor cross section, flexible
0.2 mm² ... 2.5 mm²
Conductor cross section AWG/kcmil
24 ... 12
Connection method
10 mm
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Energy storage
Battery technology
Lead rechargeable battery module
Battery type
2x Panasonic UP-VW1220P1
Capacitance
3.4 Ah
Battery fuse
40 A, 32 V
Charging time
7h
Service life
6 ... 9 (20 °C)
Latest startup
6 Months ( 0 °C ... 20 °C )
6 Months ... 3 Months ( 20 °C ... 30 °C )
3 Months ... 1 Months ( 30 °C ... 40 °C )
Buffer time
100 W / 20 min. ; 300 W / 4 min. ; 600 W / 1 min.
Can be extended with external battery
yes , 1x 24 V / 3.4 Ah
Connection data for the external battery
Connection method
Push-in connection
Conductor cross section, solid
0.2 mm² ... 10 mm²
Conductor cross section, flexible
0.2 mm² ... 6 mm²
Conductor cross section AWG/kcmil
24 ... 8
Stripping length
15 mm
Status and diagnostic indicators/signal outputs Alarm
Switching output
Transistor output, active
Output voltage
24 V (SELV)
Continuous load current
≤ 20 mA
Status display
LED ( red )
Status and diagnostic indicators/signal outputs Battery Mode
Switching output
Transistor output, active
Output voltage
24 V (SELV)
Continuous load current
≤ 20 mA
Status display
LED ( yellow )
Status and diagnostic indicators/signal outputs Ready
Switching output
Transistor output, active
Output voltage
24 V (SELV)
Continuous load current
≤ 20 mA
Status and diagnostic indicators/signal outputs Battery Charge
Status indication
LED ( yellow )
Status and diagnostic indicators/signal outputs AC OK, P>Pn, Remote
Status indication
LED ( green )
Status and diagnostic indicators/signal outputs Service
Status indication
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Signal connection data
Connection method
Push-in connection
Conductor cross section, solid
0.2 mm² ... 1.5 mm²
Conductor cross section, flexible
0.2 mm² ... 1.5 mm²
Conductor cross section AWG/kcmil
24 ... 16
Stripping length
8 mm
Remote control ( Remote )
Digital control input (configurable)
Low signal
High signal
Connection to SGnd with < 2.7 kΩ
Open (> 35 kΩ between remote and SGnd)
Battery-operated start (bat. start)
Digital control input low-active
Low signal
High signal
Connection to SGnd with < 2.7 kΩ
Open (> 200 kΩ between bat. start and SGnd)
Interfaces
USB classification
MINI-USB type B
Device combinations
UPS connection in parallel
no
UPS connection in series
no
General data
Efficiency
95 % ( with charged power storage device )
MTBF
> 206000 h (40°C)
Degree of protection
IP20
Protection class
I
Type of housing
DX51D+AZ (steel sheet / Galvalume)
Hood version
PC + ABS
Input fuse
10 A , 400 V , gRL
Dimensions W/H/D (normal mounting position/delivered
condition)
210 mm / 170 mm / 136 mm
Weight
5.7 kg
Ambient conditions
Ambient temperature (operation)
0 °C ... 40 °C
Ambient temperature (storage/transport)
-15 °C ... 40 °C (with charged power storage device)
Max. permissible relative humidity (operation)
≤ 95 % (25°C, non-condensing)
Installation height
≤ 3000 m (> 2000 m, observe derating)
Vibration (operation)
5 Hz ... 100 Hz, 0.7g (EN 60068-2-6)
Shock
20g in all directions (EN 60068-2-27)
30g in each space direction with UWA 130
Degree of pollution
2
Climatic class
3K3 (in acc. with EN 60721)
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Standards
Uninterruptible power supply
EN 62040-1
Approvals
UL approvals
UL/C-UL Recognized UL 1778
Current approvals/permissions for the product can be found in the download area under phoenixcontact.net/
products.
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Electromagnetic compatibility
Noise emission according to EN 62040-2 (Class C2)
Conducted noise emission
EN 62040-02 (Class C2)
Noise emission
EN 62040-02 (Class C2)
Harmonic currents
EN 61000-3-2 (Class A)
Noise immunity according to EN 62040-2-2006
CE basic standard
Minimum normative
requirements of EN 62040-2
(immunity for industrial
environments)
Requirements in practice
(covered)
Housing contact discharge
4 kV (Test Level 2)
6 kV (Test Level 3)
Housing air discharge
8 kV (Test Level 3)
8 kV (Test Level 3)
none
none
Frequency range
80 MHz ... 1 GHz
80 MHz ... 3 GHz
Test field strength
10 V/m
10 V/m
Criterion A
Criterion A
Input
2 kV (Test Level 3 asymmetrical)
2 kV (Test Level 3 asymmetrical)
Output
2 kV (Test Level 3 asymmetrical)
2 kV (Test Level 3 asymmetrical)
Signal
2 kV (Test Level 3 asymmetrical)
2 kV (Test Level 3 asymmetrical)
Criterion B
Criterion A (B for USB)
Input
1 kV (Test Level 2 symmetrical)
2 kV (Test Level 3 asymmetrical)
1 kV (Test Level 2 symmetrical)
2 kV (Test Level 3 asymmetrical)
Output
1 kV (Test Level 2 symmetrical)
2 kV (Test Level 3 asymmetrical)
1 kV (Test Level 2 symmetrical)
2 kV (Test Level 3 asymmetrical)
Signal
1 kV (Test Level 2 asymmetrical)
1 kV (Test Level 2 asymmetrical)
Criterion B
Criterion A
0.15 MHz ... 80 MHz
0.15 MHz ... 80 MHz
10 V
10 V
Criterion A
Criterion A
Electrostatic discharge EN 61000-4-2
Comments
Electromagnetic HF field EN 61000-4-3
Comments
Fast transients (burst) EN 61000-4-4
Comments
Surge current loads (surge) EN 61000-4-5
Comments
Conducted interference EN 61000-4-6
Frequency range
Voltage
Comments
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Noise immunity according to EN 62040-2-2006
CE basic standard
Minimum normative
requirements of EN 62040-2
(immunity for industrial
environments)
Requirements in practice
(covered)
60 Hz ( 30 A/m )
60 Hz ( 100 A/m )
Criterion B
Criterion A
Power frequency magnetic field EN 61000-4-8
Comments
Key
Criterion A
Normal operating behavior within the specified limits.
Criterion B
Temporary impairment to operational behavior that is corrected by the device itself.
All technical specifications are nominal and refer to a room temperature of 25 °C and 70% relative humidity at
2000 m above sea level.
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Safety regulations and installation
notes
5.1
Symbols used
Instructions and possible hazards are indicated by
corresponding symbols in this document.
This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to
alert you to potential personal injury hazards.
Obey all safety measures that follow this
symbol to avoid possible personal injuries.
There are different categories of personal injury that are
indicated by a signal word.
5.2
WARNING: Danger to life by electric
shock!
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WARNING
This indicates a hazardous situation which, if
not avoided, could result in death or serious
injury.
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CAUTION
This indicates a hazardous situation which, if
not avoided, could result in minor or moderate
injury.
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NOTE
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Indication of a required action which if it is not
performed may cause damage or malfunction
to the device, hardware/software, or
surrounding property.
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This symbol and the accompanying text
provide the reader with additional information
or refer to detailed sources of information.
Safety and warning notes
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Only professionals may install, start up, and operate the
device.
Never carry out work when voltage is present.
Establish connection correctly and ensure protection
against electric shock.
Connect the protective conductor device terminal block
 with ground.
Operation of the device is only permitted in mains
network systems with grounded neutral conductor. This
mainly complies with the TN-C-S mains network type.
National regulations must be observed.
Cover termination area after installation in order to avoid
accidental contact with live parts (e. g., installation in
control cabinet).
This unit receives power from more than one source Disconnection of AC source and the energy storage is
required to de-energize this unit before servicing.
Keep flames, embers or sparks away from the module.
When connecting the internal batteries, observe the
polarity and do not short circuit the pole terminals.
Provide a switch/circuit breaker close to the device at
the AC input, AC output and at the battery terminals,
which are labeled as the disconnecting device for this
device.
Do not disconnect the fuse and / or battery connection
under Hazloc conditions.
The batteries are maintenance free and may not be
opened.
Use copper cables for operating temperatures of
75 °C.
CAUTION: Hot surface
Depending on the ambient temperature and
load on the uninterruptible power supply, the
housing can become hot.
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More follows
NOTE
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Observe the national safety and accident prevention
regulations.
Assembly and electrical installation must correspond to
the state of the art.
The uninterruptible power supply is a built-in device.
The protection class IP20 of the device is meant to be
applied in a clean and dry environment.
The device must be installed in a control cabinet that
can be locked and only opened by specialist staff.
Horizontal mounting position (normal mounting
position)
Observe mechanical and thermal limits.
Ensure sufficient convection (minimum gap above/
below: 50 mm). Housing can become hot.
Ensure that the primary-side wiring and secondary-side
wiring are the correct size and have sufficient fuse
protection.
You can find the connection parameters, such as the
necessary stripping length for the wiring with and
without ferrule, in the associated table.
Protect the device against foreign bodies penetrating it,
e.g., paper clips or metal parts.
To reduce the risk of fire, replace only with same type
and rating of fuse.
To reduce the risk of fire, connect only to a circuit
provided with the following maximum branch circuit
overcurrent protection in accordance with the National
Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA 70.
The uninterruptible power supply is maintenance-free.
Repairs may only be carried out by the manufacturer.
The warranty no longer applies if the housing is opened.
The uninterruptible power supply may only be used for
its intended use.
Improper use invalidates the device protection.
Only use batteries from the same batch when replacing
the internal batteries.
When storing the module, observe the latest startup
date of the battery module and recharge, if necessary.
Before transporting the uninterruptible power supply,
always disconnect the battery connecting cable from a
battery contact or remove the DC fuse in the battery
compartment.
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Use current-limited source or suitable fuse.
The switching outputs are active outputs according to
SELV. These may only be operated on permitted SELV
circuits.
Keep these instructions in a safe place – this data sheet
contains important safety notes which must be
observed during installation and maintenance of the
device and batteries.
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Structure
6.1
Function elements
4
3
5
TRIO AC-UPS 750VA
6
Alarm
Bat.-Mode
Ready
Remote
Bat.-Start
SGnd
8
Custom 1 2 tmax
[min]
(Default 0.5)
3
5
PC-Mode
10
Service 15
Output AC 120V 750VA
9
L
Battery 24V
1
L
N
Input AC 120V
2
AC OK
P>Pn/Remote
Bat.-Mode
Bat.-Charge
Alarm
Service
N
gRL 10A
400 V
10
T 40A
32 V
6
11
7
Figure 1
Position of the function elements (part 1)
Key
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Designation
Connection terminal blocks for AC input
Connection terminal blocks for AC outputs
Signaling connection terminal blocks
Rotary selector switch
LED signaling
Connection terminal blocks for external energy
storage
USB interface MINI type B (bottom of device)
Power storage cover
Universal DIN rail adapter (rear of housing)
Input fuse
Battery fuse
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Alarm
Bat.-Mode
Ready
12
Remote
Bat.-Start
SGnd
14
Custom 1 2 tmax
[min]
(Default 0.5)
3
5
PC-Mode
10
Service 15
Output AC 120V 750VA
AC OK
P>Pn/Remote
Bat.-Mode
Bat.-Charge
Alarm
Service
L
N
13
Battery 24V
Input AC 120V
L
N
11
gRL 10A
400 V
Figure 2
Position of the function elements (part 2)
Key
No.
11
12
13
14
6.2
Designation
Battery fuse
Power storage connection contacts
Energy storage
Battery connecting cables
Device dimensions and keepout areas
210
50
139
TRIO AC-UPS 750VA
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Alarm
Bat.-Mode
Ready
Remote
Bat.-Start
SGnd
Output AC 120V 750VA
AC OK
P>Pn/Remote
Bat.-Mode
Bat.-Charge
Alarm
Service
L
N
N
Battery 24V
L
Input AC 120V
170
Custom 1 2 tmax
[min]
(Default 0.5)
3
5
PC-Mode
10
Service 15
T 40A
32 V
50
gRL 10A
400 V
Figure 3
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Device dimensions and keepout areas
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6.3
Block diagram
L
N
PE
L
N Output
PE
External
energy +
storage -
Alarm
Bat.-Mode
Ready
Remote
Bat.-Start
SGnd
Input
C
3,4 Ah
12 V
3,4 Ah
12 V
Element
Meaning
Microprocessor
µC
LED
Battery module
Switch
J
Temperature sensor
Selector switch
Fuse
Rectifier with electrical isolation
DC/DC converter with electrical isolation
Inverter
Changeover switch
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Mounting/removing the
uninterruptible power supply
7.2
Normal mounting position
The device can be snapped onto all DIN rails
according to EN 60715 and should only be
mounted in the normal mounting position.
NOTE
The device must be installed in a control
cabinet that can be locked and only opened
by specialist staff.
7.1
Convection
NOTE: enable convection
The housing can become very hot, depending
on the ambient temperature and module load.
AC-UP
S 750V
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(D Cus
efau to
lt 0.m
5) 1
PC
2 tm
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3[min
Ser e
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5
vice
1510
L
N
L
N
Battery 24V
Input AC 120V
In order to ensure sufficient convection, we
recommend a minimum vertical distance of
50 mm to the other devices.
TRIO
Output AC 120V 750VA
Alar
m
Bat.Mod
Read e
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Rem
ote
Bat.Star
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SG
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Alar
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Mod
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Rem
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Bat.Star
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SG
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Normal mounting position
L
N
Figure 4
7.3
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Battery 24V
Input AC 120V
Output AC 120V 750VA
Bat.-
Mounting the uninterruptible power supply
Proceed as follows to mount the device:
1. In the normal mounting position the device is mounted
on the DIN rail from above. Make sure that the universal
DIN rail adapter is in the correct position behind the DIN
rail (A).
2. Then press the device down until the universal DIN rail
adapter audibly latches into place (B).
3. Check that the device is securely attached to the DIN
rail.
Convection
A
Click
Figure 6
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B
Snapping onto the DIN rail
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7.4
Removing the uninterruptible power supply
Proceed as follows to remove the device:
1. Take a suitable screwdriver and insert this into the lock
hole on the universal DIN rail adapter (A).
2. Release the lock by lifting the screwdriver (B).
3. Carefully swivel the device forward (C) so that the lock
slides back into the starting position.
4. Then separate the device from the DIN rail (D).
7.5.1
Mounting the UWA 130 2-piece universal wall
adapter
Proceed as follows to disassemble the universal DIN rail
adapter that comes pre-mounted:
1. Remove the screws for the universal DIN rail adapter
using a suitable screwdriver (Torx 10).
2. Remove the universal DIN rail adapter from the rear of
the uninterruptible power supply.
D
C
A
Figure 7
7.5
B
Removing from the DIN rail
Retrofitting the universal wall adapter
The UWA 130 universal wall adapter (Order No. 2901664) is
used to attach the uninterruptible power supply directly to
the mounting surface.
Figure 8
1.
Disassembling the universal DIN rail adapter
Screw the two-piece universal wall adapter onto the
uninterruptible power supply.
The use of the universal wall adapter is recommended under
extreme ambient conditions, e.g., strong vibrations. Thanks
to the tight screw connection between the uninterruptible
power supply and the universal wall adapter or the actual
mounting surface, an extremely high level of mechanical
stability is ensured.
The UWA 130 is attached to the
uninterruptible power supply by means of the
Torx screws of the universal wall adapter.
The maximum tightening torque of the Torx
screw (Torx® T10) is 0.7 Nm.
Make sure you use suitable mounting material
when attaching to the mounting surface.
Figure 9
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Mounting the UWA 130 universal wall adapter
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7.6
Installation of individual components
Installation of uninterruptible power supply units must
correspond to EN 60950 regulations.
WARNING
Provide a switch/circuit breaker close to the
device at the AC input, AC output and at the
battery terminals, which are labeled as the
disconnecting device for this device.
External
energy
storage
TRIO
AC USV
Input
AC
LN
Output
AC
LN
Unbuffered
AC load
3,4 Ah
(optional)
Battery
24V
+ -
+ -
Buffered
AC load
Protective conductor
Figure 10
Schematic design
The image is a schematic representation of
the design and does not contain all parts.
Observe the installation instructions.
NOTE
As so-called wear parts, batteries are not
provided with a warranty. Deep discharge and
storage beyond the permitted temperature
range lead to irreversible damage to batteries.
To ensure a long service life for the batteries
and high system availability at high output
powers or a high number of discharge cycles
to be expected, use an optional external
battery.
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Device connection
8.2
Push-in connection technology
8.1
Connecting the internal power storage
The connection terminal blocks have a front-side push-in
connection design. The wiring of the uninterruptible power
supply is performed by plugging in, without tools.
NOTE
Prior to commissioning the device, connect
the battery connection cable to the free
battery contact.
8.2.1
Plug in connecting cable
The wiring is carried out by simply plugging the connecting
cable into the contact opening provided. Insert the
connecting cable as far as it will go.
WARNING
When connecting the internal batteries take
note of the polarity.
A
Do not short circuit the pole terminals.
8.1.1
1.
2.
3.
Connecting the battery connection cable
Open the battery compartment using a suitable
screwdriver.
Connect the battery connection cable to the free battery
contact.
Close the cover of the battery compartment.
Figure 12
8.2.2
Insert connecting cable (push-in connection
technology)
Loosen the connecting cable
To disconnect the wiring, take a suitable screwdriver and
insert it into the opening for release. Then carefully pull the
connecting cable out of the contact opening.
B
A
Figure 13
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Release connecting cable (push-in connection
technology)
Connecting the battery connection cable
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8.3
AC input
8.5
The supply voltage is connected via "Input AC" connection
terminal blocks.
Battery 24V
In addition to the internal power storage you also have the
option of connecting external power storage.
The external power storage is connected via the “Battery
24V” connection terminal blocks.
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120V
Input AC 120V
Battery 24V
Output AC 120V 750VA
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Connection terminal blocks, AC input
If loads must not be supplied in the event of a
mains voltage dip or failure, they must be
connected directly to the input of the
uninterruptible power supply as an unbuffered
AC load.
8.4
Figure 16
Connection terminal blocks Battery 24V
AC output
Buffered output voltage is connected via "Output AC"
connection terminal blocks.
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Input AC 120V
Output AC 120V 750VA
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Device operation
9.1
Rotary selector switch
Refer to the following diagram for possible buffer times for
varying discharge capacity.
You can set the following functions via the rotary selector
switch on the front of the device:
– Buffer period
– PC mode
– Service mode
t [min]
9
100
10
1
Use a suitable screwdriver to set the rotary
selector switch.
50
100
1000
P [W]
Figure 18
1
tmax
[min]
2
Custom
5
9.3
PC mode
10
In PC mode, you can individually parameterize the
chronological sequence of the UPS functions via the UPSCONF configuration software.
Rotary selector switch
To access the PC mode of the UPS, set the rotary selector
switch to PC mode.
PC-Mode
Service
9.2
with internal energy storage
with internal and external optional energy storage
3
(Default 0.5)
Figure 17
1
2
Buffer time/discharge current diagram
15
Setting the buffer time
Rotary selector
switch setting
1, 2, 3, 5, 10, 15
Custom (default
0.5)
 (unlimited,
delivery state)
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Meaning
The UPS switches off after the set
buffer time.
The UPS switches off after the
individual buffer time set via UPSCONF.
The following components are required for the
PC mode function:
Data cable MINI-SCREW-USB-DATACABLE
(Order No. 2908217)
Configuration software UPS-CONF (Order
No. 2320403)
If a buffer time is not set, the UPS
shuts down after 30 seconds.
Buffering with the total stored energy.
An alarm is generated as soon as the
voltage of the energy storage falls
below 20.4 V (default).
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In the event of a mains failure, one PC can continue to work,
perform a controlled shutdown, and restart automatically.
Example: a software backup starts which ensures
successive backup of system data.
1. Delay time
3. PC shutdown
If the mains supply is not restored during the delay time, the
PC is shut down.
The time required for PC shutdown is set here.
4. PC idle time
2. Program start
After the delay time has expired, it is possible to start a
program.
Figure 19
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Only if the PC is shut down and the mains supply is restored
in the meantime is the output voltage interrupted for the
reset time and the PC then started automatically.
Time setting
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9.4
Service mode
9.5.1
Notes on disposal
When working in a system, it may be necessary to switch the
uninterruptible power supply unit over to service mode.
Do not dispose of the UPS and battery
modules in household waste! They should be
disposed of according to the currently
applicable national regulations.
To access the Service mode of the UPS, set the rotary
selector switch to Service.
In this operating mode, DC battery connection
terminal blocks are deactivated using
software. The active signal output is always
activated when the unit is switched over to
service mode.
You can return used batteries and
accumulators to Phoenix Contact or the
manufacturer.
9.6
9.5
Remote contact
Changing the internal energy storage
WARNING
When connecting the batteries take note of
the polarity.
Do not short circuit the pole terminals.
NOTE
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Output AC 120V 750VA
Input AC 120V
The batteries are maintenance free and may
not be opened.
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WARNING
L
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SGnd
Battery 24V
When replacing batteries, always use new
batteries from the same production batch.
NOTE
When storing the battery modules, observe
the latest startup date and recharge, if
necessary. The batteries may only be
recharged in an uninterruptible power supply.
1.
2.
Set the rotary selector switch to Service.
Unscrew the screw connection of the battery
compartment on the front of the UPS. Use a suitable
screwdriver to do this.
3. Remove the cover of the battery compartment.
4. Disconnect the battery connecting cable connectors
from the battery contacts.
5. Carefully remove the batteries from the housing.
6. Carefully insert new batteries into the housing.
7. Connect the battery connecting cable connectors to the
battery contacts.
8. Close the cover of the battery compartment.
9. Fix the cover by tightening the screw using the
screwdriver.
10. Exit Service mode.
11. Set the buffer time or PC mode.
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Signal outputs
You can use the Remote signal terminal to:
1. Suppress and exit battery operation.
2. Perform controlled shutdown of the PC in mains
operation and battery operation.
3. Perform controlled shutdown of the PC in battery
operation.
To perform these steps, you must connect the Remote
signal terminal to the SGnd signal terminal.
This sets the UPS internal Remote signal.
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9.6.1
Suppressing and exiting battery operation
You can switch off the UPS using the function to suppress
and exit battery operation.
This function is always active when a buffer time is set.
This function is the default setting in PC mode.
9.7
Battery start (Bat.-Start)
You can use the Bat.-Start signal terminal to start the UPS
without supply voltage on the input side and create an
autonomous supply for the load. To do this, you must
connect the Bat.-Start signal terminal to the SGnd signal
terminal.
In mains operation, the Remote signal is indicated by the
flashing green LED (see Signaling section).
The output voltage provided at the load is 120 V/60 Hz.
In the event of mains failure, battery operation is not started.
The maximum duration of the autonomous supply for the
load depends on the charging state of the battery.
If the Remote signal is generated in battery operation, then
battery operation is exited immediately. The UPS output is
switched off. This procedure cannot be reversed. The UPS
is only activated once the input voltage is applied.
9.6.2
The signaling corresponds to the signaling for battery
operation (see Signaling section).
To exit autonomous operation, you must disconnect the
Bat.-Start signal terminal and the SGnd signal terminal.
Controlled PC shutdown in mains operation
and battery operation
WARNING: Danger to life by electric
shock!
You can perform controlled shutdown of the PC in mains
operation and battery operation via the UPS-CONF
configuration software:
In this operating mode, the load connected to
the AC output is supplied by the power
storage device.
This setting only applies in PC mode.
The Remote signal is indicated by the flashing green LED
(see Signaling section).
The PC shuts down, and the delay time under Item 1 is
skipped (see PC mode section).
Once the PC has shut down, the UPS output is switched off.
When input voltage is present, the connected energy
storage devices remain charged and the system is ready to
use. When you reset the Remote signal, the UPS output is
switched on again.
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Signaling
Various LED indicators are available for visual function
monitoring of the uninterruptible power supply. Active signal
outputs can be used to forward this data to a higher-level
control system.
Once the PC has shut down in battery operation, the UPS
output is switched off. This procedure cannot be reversed.
The UPS is only activated once the input voltage is applied.
Controlled PC shutdown in battery operation
The Remote signal is indicated by the flashing green LED
(see Signaling section).
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SGnd
Battery 24V
This setting only applies in PC mode.
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Output AC 120V 750VA
You can perform controlled shutdown of the PC when
battery operation is entered via the UPS-CONF
configuration software:
Input AC 120V
9.6.3
If the Remote signal is generated in mains operation, the PC
is shut down when battery operation is entered. The delay
time under Item 1 is skipped (see PC mode section).
Once the PC has shut down, the UPS output is switched off.
This procedure cannot be reversed. The UPS is only
activated once the input voltage is applied.
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LED indicators and signal outputs
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10.1
LED indicators and signal outputs
For UPS signaling and the corresponding states, please
refer to the table below.
Status LED
Green
Switching output
Red
Yellow
D = 50%
D = 50%
D = 50%
D = 50%
D = 50%
D = 50%
D = 85%
D = 50%
D = 50%
Note
Bat.-Mode
Ready
Alarm
(active low)
low
low
low
Device off
low
low
high
Initialization, LED test (~3 sec.)
low
high
high
Mains operation, battery is fully charged
low
low or high
high
Mains operation, battery charging in process
high
low
high
Battery mode
low
low
low
Mains operation, battery failure
low
low
low
Mains operation, service mode for battery change
high
low
low
Battery mode, battery voltage low
low
high
high
Mains operation, overload (battery mode not possible),
battery is fully charged
high
low
high
Battery mode, overload (only possible for a short time)
low
low or high
high
Mains operation, overload (battery mode not possible),
battery charging in process
low
low
low
Mains operation, overload (battery mode not possible),
battery failure
low
low
low
Mains operation, overload (battery mode not possible),
service mode for battery change
low
high
high
Mains operation, remote contact shorted to SGnd,
battery is fully charged
low
low or high
high
Mains operation, remote contact shorted to SGnd,
battery charging in process
high
low
high
Battery mode, remote contact shorted to SGnd,
(only PC-Mode)
low
low
low
Mains operation, remote contact shorted to SGnd,
battery failure
low
low
low
Mains operation, remote contact shorted to SGnd,
service mode for battery change
LED flashing
LED on
LED off
D = 85%
100%
t
Figure 22
Signal states
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Interface
12
Derating
11.1
USB interface MINI type B
12.1
Ambient temperature
A data cable is required for communicating with a PC or a
higher-level controller.
In the ambient temperature range, the uninterruptible power
supply supplies the nominal power (PN).
POut [W]
The uninterruptible power supply is equipped with a USB
Mini type B interface for data transmission.
PN
L
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TA [°C]
Temperature-dependent derating
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USB interface MINI type B (bottom of device)
11.1.1 MINI-SCREW-USB-DATACABLE
The uninterruptible power supply unit is connected to the
USB PC connection with data cable MINI-SCREW-USBDATACABLE (Order No. 2908217) via USB interface mini
type B.
POut [%]
Figure 23
Installation height
The uninterruptible power supply can be operated at an
installation height of up to 2000 m without any limitations.
Different data applies for installation locations above
2000 m due to the differing air pressure and the reduced
convection cooling associated with this.
Battery 24V
Input AC 120V
Output AC 120V 750VA
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100
95
90
85
80
0
1000
2000
3000
H [m]
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No.
1
2
3
Altitude-dependent derating
MINI-SCREW-USB-DATACABLE
Designation
Mini type B USB connector with screw connection
USB plug type A
Cable length: 3 m
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