Contents :
1. IN T R O D U C T IO N ................................................................................................1
2. IM P O R T A N T S A F E T Y IN S T R U C T IO N S ...........................................................2
3. S Y S T E M D E S C R IP T IO N ...................................................................................4
3.1 F ro n t P an el......................................................................................................4
4. C O N N E C T IO N A N D O P E R A T IO N ....................................................................6
5. T R O U B L E S H O O T IN G .......................................................................................8
6. M A IN T E N A N C E .................................................................................................9
6.1 O p e ratio n ........................................................................................................9
6.2 S to rag e ............................................................................................................9
7. T E C H N IC A L D A T A .........................................................................................10
7.1 E le ctrical sp e cificatio n s ..............................................................................10
7.2 T yp ical sto red en erg y tim e (B attery m o d e) ...............................................10
7.3 D im en sio n s an d w eig h ts .............................................................................10
7.4 E M C ...............................................................................................................11
7.5 C o m m u n icatio n P o rt ....................................................................................11
7.5.1 R S 232 In terface .........................................................................................11
7.5.2 A S 400 In terface .........................................................................................12
7.6 O p e ratin g en viro n m en t ................................................................................12
8. A P P E N D IX .......................................................................................................13
1. INTRODUCTION
The On-Line-Series is an uninterruptible power supply incorporating double-converter technology. It
provides perfect protection specifically for Novell, Windows NT and UNIX servers.
The double-converter principle eliminates all mains power disturbances. A rectifier converts the alternating current from the socket outlet to direct current. This direct current charges the batteries and
powers the inverter. On the basis of this DC voltage, the inverter generates a sinusoidal AC voltage
which permanently supplies the loads.
Computers and periphery are thus powered entirely independently of the mains voltage. In the event
of power failure, the maintenance-free batteries power the inverter.
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2. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
This Manual Contains Important Instructions that should be Followed during Installation and Maintenance of the UPS and Batteries.
Intended for Installation in a Controlled Environment.
Servicing of Batteries Should be Performed or Supervised by Personnel Knowledgeable of Batteries
and the Required Precautions. Keep Unauthorized Personnel Away from Batteries.
CAUTION - To reduce the risk of fire, unit input connect only to a circuit provided with branch circuit
overcurrent protection for 30 amperes rating in accordance with the National Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA
70”.( For Models 2KS, 3KS )
When Replacing Batteries, Replace With the Same Number and Type.
CAUTION - Do Not Dispose of Battery or Batteries in a Fire. The Battery May Explode.
CAUTION - Do Not Open or Mutilate the Battery or Batteries. Released Electrolyte is Harmful to the Skin
and Eyes. It May be Toxic.
CAUTION - A Battery can present a Risk of Electrical Shock and High Short Circuit Current. The Following
Precautions Should be Observed When Working on Batteries:
A. Remove watches, rings, or other metal objects.
B. Use tools with insulated handles.
C. Wear rubber gloves and boots.
D. Do not lay tools or metal parts on top of batteries.
E. Disconnect charging source prior to connecting or disconnecting battery terminals.
Use No.12 AWG (for Model 2KS) or 10 AWG (for Model 3KS) ,90°C copper wire and 22 lb-in Torque force
when connecting to terminal block.
Transport
Please transport the UPS system only in the original packaging (to protect against shock and
impact).
Set-up
Condensation may occur if the UPS system is moved directly from a cold to a warm environment.
The UPS system must be absolutely dry before being installed. Please allow an acclimatisation
time of at least two hours.
Do not install the UPS system near water or in damp environments.
Do not install the UPS system where it would be exposed to direct sunlight or near heat.
Do not block off ventilation openings in the UPS system’s housing.
Installation
Connect the UPS system only to an earthed shockproof socket outlet. Please note the special
installation aspects for the permanently connected unit in Chapter 4 “Connection and Operation”.
The building wiring socket outlet (shockproof socket outlet) must be easily accessible and close to
the UPS system.
Do not connect domestic appliances such as hair dryers to UPS output sockets.
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2. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Do not connect appliances or items of equipment which would overload the UPS system (e.g. laser
printers) to the UPS outlet socket.
Place cables in such a way that no one can step on or trip over them.
Operation
Do not disconnect the mains cable on the UPS system or the building wiring socket outlet (shockproof
socket outlet) during operations since this would cancel the protective earthing of the UPS system
and of all connected loads.
The UPS system features its own, internal current source (batteries). The UPS output sockets may
be electrically live even if the UPS system is not connected to the building wiring socket outlet.
In order to fully disconnect the UPS system, first press the Standby switch then disconnect the
mains lead or, on the permanently connected unit , isolate the incoming feeder.
Ensure that no fluids or other foreign objects can enter the UPS system.
Maintenance, servicing and faults
The UPS system operates with hazardous voltages. Repairs may be carried out only by qualified
maintenance personnel.
CAUTION - risk of electric shock. Even after the unit is disconnected from the mains power supply
(building wiring socket outlet), components inside the UPS system are still connected to the battery and are still electrically live and dangerous. Before carrying out any kind of servicing and/or
maintenance, disconnect the batteries and verify that no current is present.
Only persons adequately familiar with batteries and with the required precautionary measures
may exchange batteries and supervise operations. Unauthorised persons must be kept well away
from the batteries.
CAUTION - risk of electric shock. The battery circuit is not isolated from the input voltage. Hazardous voltages may occur between the battery terminals and the ground. Before touching, please
verify that no voltage is present!
Batteries may cause electric shock and have a high short-circuit current. Please take the precautionary measures specified below and any other measures necessary when working with batteries:
- remove wristwatches, rings and other metal objects.
- use only tools with insulated grips and handles.
When changing batteries, install the same number and same type of batteries.
Do not attempt to dispose of batteries by burning them. This could cause battery explosion.
Do not open or destroy batteries. Escaping electrolyte can cause injury to the skin and eyes. It
may be toxic.
Please replace the fuse only by a fuse of the same type and of the same amperage in order to
avoid fire hazards.
Do not dismantle the UPS system.
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3. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
3.1 Front Panel
Figure 1 : Display panel
Switch
Function
1. Turn on UPS system:
ON - Switch
By pressing the ON-Switch “ I ” the UPS system is turned on.
2. Deactivate acoustic alarm :
By pressing this switch an acoustic alarm can be deactivated.
Standby - Switch
The UPS system switches to Standby mode when the Standby button
“
” is pressed. Then the inverter is off.
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3. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
Display
Function
1. The green LINE LED lights up if mains voltage is applied to the UPS
input.
LINE-LED
2. LINE-LED blinks when the phase and neutral conductor have been
reversed at the input of the UPS system.
3. If LINE-LED and BATTERY-LED light up, the mains power supply is out
of tolerance.
BATTERY-LED
The orange-coloured BATTERY-LED lights up when the mains power supply
has failed and the inverter is being powered by the batteries.
BYPASS-LED
The orange-coloured BYPASS LED lights up when the UPS system is
supplying voltage provided by the mains power supply system via the
bypass.
INVERTERLED
The green-coloured INVERTER LED lights up when the UPS system is
supplying voltage provided by the mains power via the inverter.
FAULT-LED
The red FAULT-LED lights up and an acoustic warning signal is issued every
second when the UPS system is in fault condition.
Press the Standby switch in order to turn off the warning tone.
1. These LEDs signal the UPS system load if the mains power is available
(normal operation):
Load and
battery capacity
LED
6th LED 0-30 %
5th LED 31%-50 %
4th LED 51%-70 %
3rd LED 71%-95 %
2nd LED 96%-108 %.
2. In the case of battery operation, the LEDs indicate the capacity of the
batteries:
2nd LED 0-25 %
3rd LED 26%-50 %
4th LED 51%-75 %
5th LED 76%-95 %
6th LED 96%-100 %.
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4. CONNECTION AND OPERATION
The system may be installed and wired only by qualified electricians in accordance with
applicable safety regulations!
When installing the electrical wiring, please note the nominal amperage of your incoming
feeder.
1) Inspect the packaging carton and its contents for damage. Please inform the transport agency
immediately should you find signs of damage.
Please keep the packaging in a safe place for future use.
2) Please ensure that the incoming feeder is isolated and secured to prevent it from being
switched back on again.
3) Connection method.
Connection Method of the UPS Input
If the UPS is connected via the power cord, please use a proper socket with protection against
electric current, and pay attention to the capacity of the socket: over 12A for 1K (S) and over
20A for 1.5K(S)/1.5KE. Instead of using the socket for input,2KS/3KS has the terminal block
available for input as well. The wiring configuration is shown in the following diagram.
Model
Output Socket (pcs)
Terminal Block
1K/1KS
4
Nil
1.5K/1.5KS/1.5KE
4
Nil
2K/2KE
6
Nil
2KS
6
1
3K/3KE
6
Nil
3KS
6
1
4) Connect your computer to the outlet sockets of the UPS system as shown in the above
diagram.
5) Fully charge the batteries of the UPS system by leaving the UPS system connected to the mains
for 1-2 hours. You can also use the UPS system directly without charging it but the stored
energy time may then be shorter than the nominal value specified.
6) Press the On button “ I ” on the front panel.
Note: The INVERTER-LED lights up after 10 seconds. The BYPASS-LED then goes out and
the ventilation system switches on. The UPS system is now operating correctly.
7) Test the function of the UPS system by either pressing the On button “ I ” or disconnecting the
input of the UPS system from the power supply.
8) Operation Procedure of External Battery for Long Backup time Model (“S” or “E” Model).
8-1 Use the battery pack with voltage: 36VDC for 1KS (3 pcs of 12V batteries), 48VDC for 1.5KS/
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4. CONNECTION AND OPERATION
1.5KE (4 pcs of 12V batteries),96VDC for 2KS/2KE/3KS/3KE (8 pcs of 12V batteries), Connection of batteries more than or less than required will cause abnormality
CAUTION!
The output sockets of the UPS system may still be electrically live even if the power
supply system has been disconnected.
8-2 Both two ends of the external battery cord are plugs for connecting the UPS and the battery
pack. The battery connection procedure is very important. Any incompliance may result in the
risk of electric shock. Please don’t use any other power cord for connecting the UPS and the
battery pack.
CAUTION!
Do not connect equipment which would overload the UPS system (e.g. laser printer).
Do not connect document domestic appliances to the UPS system.
8-3 Do not connect the UPS to any load yet. Then, connect the power cord of the UPS to supply
utility power to the UPS to make the UPS operate in utility power mode.
8-4 Connect the plug of the external battery cord to the external battery socket on the rear panel
of the UPS to complete the connection procedure and the UPS starts to charge the battery
pack.
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5. TROUBLESHOOTING
If the UPS system does not operate correctly, please attempt to solve the problem using the table
below.
Problem
Possible cause
Remedy
No indication, no warning
tone even though system
is connected to mains
power supply
No input voltage
LINE LED blinks
Phase and neutral
conductor at input of UPS
system are reversed
LINE-LED blinks and
BATTERY-LED lights up
Input power and/or
frequency are out of
tolerance
Check input power source and inform
dealer if necessary
LINE and BYPASS LED
light up even though the
power supply is available
Inverter not switched on
Press On button “ I ”
INVERTER LED lights
up, warning tone at
intervals (every 1 or 4
seconds)
Mains power supply has
failed
Not necessary, battery operation;
warning tone at intervals of 1 second
means battery is almost empty
FAULT LED lights,
warning tone once a
second
Overload
Reduce number of users at UPS
output
FAULT-LED lights up,
permanent warning tone
UPS-mistake
Notify dealer !!
Emergency supply
period shorter than
nominal value
Batteries not fully charged /
batteries defective
Charge the batteries for at least 1 - 2
hours. Check capacity. If the problem
still persists, consult your dealer
Check building wiring socket outlet,
check input cable
Connect UPS system according to
chapter 4
Please have the following information at hand before calling the After-Sales Service Department:
1. Model number, serial number
2. Date on which the problem occurred
3. Detailed description of the problem
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6. MAINTENANCE
6.1 Operation
The UPS system contains no user-serviceable parts.
If the battery service life (3 - 5 years at 25 °C ambient temperature) has been exceeded, the
batteries must be exchanged. In this case please contact your dealer.
6.2 Storage
If the batteries are to be stored in temperate climatic zones, they should be charged every three
months for 1-2 hours (see Chapter “Connection and Operation”). You should shorten the charging intervals to two months at locations subject to high temperatures.
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7. TECHNICAL DATA
7.1 Electrical specifications
Model
1K(S)
INPUT
Voltage
Frequency
Amperage(maximum)
OUTPUT
Power rating
1.5K(S)/1.5KE
3K(S)/3KE
60VAC~138 VAC
46Hz ~ 54Hz / 56Hz ~ 64Hz
15A
20A
10A
1kVA
0.7k W
2K(S)/2KE
24A
1.5kVA
2kVA
3kVA
1.05kW
1.4kW
2.1kW
110/115/120VAC
(50Hz/60Hz)±0.2Hz (Battery Mode)
Sinusoidal
Voltage
Frequency
Wave form
BATTERIES(STANDARD)
Number and type
3x12V7.2Ah
4x12V7.2Ah
8x12V7.2Ah 8x12V7.2Ah
7.2 Typical stored energy time (Battery mode)
Typical values at 25°C in minutes:
M odel
100 % Load
50 % Load
1K
5
14
1.5K/1.5KE
5
14
2K/2KE
9
21
3K/3KE
5
17.5
N otes: 1.5K E/2KE/3KE UPS model do not connect external battery pack.
7.3 Dimensions and weights
Dim ensions
W x H x D (mm)
Net Weight
(Kg)
1K
145 x 220 x 400
14
1KS
145 x 220 x 400
7
1.5K/1.5KE
145 x 220 x 465
18.7
1.5KS
145 x 220 x 465
9
2K/2KE
192 x 340 x 460
35.5
2KS
192 x 340 x 460
16
3K/3KE
192 x 340 x 460
35.5
3KS
192 x 340 x 460
16
Model
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7. TECHNICAL DATA
7.4 EMC
-EFT
-Surge
-ESD
-RS
-Conduction
-Radiation
1/2/3K
IEC61000-4-4
IEC61000-4-5
IEC61000-4-2
IEC61000-4-3
FCC PART 15
FCC PART 15
Level 4
Level 4
Level 4
Level 3
Class B
Class B
7.5 Communication Port
The type of signals, serial command(RS232), is provided by the UPS to communicate with a host
computer. The RS232 communication port transmits both utility power and UPS status to the host
computer, providing the host computer with proprietary command sequence to monitor the utility
power and UPS status and to control the UPS output.
The data format of RS232 is listed as followed:
Baud Rate
: 2400 bps
Data Length : 8 bits
Ending Bit
: 1 bit
Parity Bit
: none
7.5.1 RS232 interface
The following is the pin assignment and description of DB-9 connector.
Pin#
3
Description
RS232 Rx
I/O
Input
2
RS232 Tx
Output
5
Ground
Input
W.u.
Figure 2: RS232 Interface
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7. TECHNICAL DATA
7.5.2 AS400 Interface
Except for the communication protocol as mentioned above, this series UPS has AS400 card
(an optional accessory) for AS400 communication protocol.Please contact your local distributor for details.
The following is the pin assignment and description of DB-9 connector in AS400 card.
Pin#
Description
1
UPS Fail
I/O
Output
2
Summary Alarm
Output
3
GND
Input
4
Remote Shutdow n
Input
5
C om mon
Bypass
Input
6
Output
Battery Low
7
8
Output
Output
UPS O N
UPS FAIL
1
6
2
GND
7
3
8
4
COMMON
9
BYPASS
BATTERY LOW
UPS ON
LINE LOSS
5
Figure 3: DB9 Interface of AS400 vommunication protocol
7.6 Operating environment
Temperature: 0 °C to 40 °C, Installation height < 1500 m
Relative humidity:
0 to 95%, non-condensing
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8. APPENDIX
Communication
Port
Intelligent Slot
Cooling Fan
Breaker
RJ45
Output Socket
Input Socket
Figure 4: Back view of 1K
Communication
Port
Intelligent Slot
Cooling Fan
External Battery Socket
Breaker
RJ45
Output Socket
Input Socket
Figure 5: Back view of 1KS
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8. APPENDIX
Communication
Port
Intelligent Slot
Cooling Fan
RJ45
Breaker
Output Socket
Input Socket
Figure 6: Back view of 1.5K
Communication
Port
Intelligent Slot
Cooling Fan
External Battery Socket
RJ45
Breaker
Output Socket
Input Socket
Figure 7: Back view of 1.5KE/1.5KS
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8. APPENDIX
Communication
Port
Intelligent Slot
Cooling Fan
Fuse
Output Socket
Breaker
RJ45
Figure 8: Back view of 2K/3K
Communication
Port
Intelligent Slot
External Battery Socket
Cooling Fan
Fuse
Output Socket
Breaker
RJ45
Figure 9: Back view of 2KE/3KE
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8. APPENDIX
Communication
Port
Intelligent Slot
External Battery Socket
Cooling Fan
Fuse
Output Socket
Breaker
Input Terminal
Block
RJ45
Figure 10 : Back view of 2KS/3KS
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