INSTALLATION AND OPERATING MANUAL
MODULYS
System 3-24 kVA
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Thank you for choosing MODULYS, a UPS from SOCOMEC UPS
You have purchased a high professional and modular UPS to provide you protection against black-outs and electrical impurities.
The MODULYS range has been designed specifically for the protection of critical electronics and I.T. consumers such as servers, UNIX
workstations or networking peripherals which could suffer hardware damage and data losses as a result of the disturbance deriving from the
electrical mains. A unique feature of this product is that it can adapt to grow the deliverable power and back-up with time, guaranteeing N+x type
redundant operation where required. For information on product expansions, contact your retailer or service centre.
For correct use and to obtain the best performance from this product, please read and follow carefully the instructions contained within.
Keep this manual at hand for rapid and easy consultation.
Reproduction of any part of this manual is forbidden without the manufacturer's consent. The information and drawings contained herein may be
changed without prior notice and are not binding upon the manufacturer. MODULYS and e-Service are registered marks of SOCOMEC UPS.
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Nous vous remercions d'avoir porté votre choix sur les ASI SOCOMEC UPS de la gamme MODULYS
MODULYS est un équipement professionnel et modulaire pour une protection totale contre les absences réseau et les perturbations électriques.
MODULYS est conçue pour protéger tous les systèmes ou utilisations critiques : serveurs, stations UNIX, périphériques en réseau susceptibles de
subir des dommages matériels ou des pertes de données en cas de mauvaise qualité de l'alimentation secteur. La conception modulaire de
MODULYS permet d'accroître la puissance et la capacité d'autonomie pour un fonctionnement redondant jusqu'à N+x modules. Pour de plus
amples informations sur les possibilités d'extension de votre installation, contactez notre représentant agréé.
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registrati di SOCOMEC UPS.
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Vi ringraziamo per la scelta di MODULYS, un UPS SOCOMEC UPS
Avete acquistato un gruppo di continuità altamente professionale e modulare per la protezione totale contro black out e impurità elettriche. La
gamma MODULYS è stata specificatamente progettata per la protezione di apparecchiature elettroniche e informatiche critiche di tipo
professionale come; server aziendali, workstation UNIX ed apparecchiature di rete, le quali potrebbero subire danni hardware e creare gravi
disservizi in seguito alle perturbazioni provenienti dalle rete elettrica. MODULYS è di facile installazione e manutenzione grazie alla sua modularità
e flessibilità. Peculiarità unica di questo prodotto è la sua adattabilità nel tempo per crescere in potenza erogabile e autonomia garantendo dove
richesto un fuzionamento ridondante N+x. Per informazioni sull’espandibiltà del prodotto fate riferimento al vostro rivenditore o al centro di
assistenza.
Per un utilizzo corretto e per ottenere il massimo delle prestazioni, vogliate leggere e seguire attentamente le istruzioni qui contenute. Conservate
il presente manuale a portata di mano per una comoda e rapida consultazione.
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Wir danken Ihnen für Ihr Vertrauen, das Sie sich für eine Modulys von SOCOMEC UPS entschieden haben.
Die MODULYS ist eine professionelle und modulare Anlage, die Ihnen einen optimalen Schutz gegen Netzausfälle und elektrische Störungen
bietet. Durch ihre Konzeption eignet sich die MODULYS Anlage besonders zum Schutz von kritischen Systemen oder Verbraucher : Server, UNIX
Stationen, netzbetriebene Peripheriegeräte, die für Sachschaden und Datenverluste im Falle einer minderen Qualität der Netzspannung anfällig
sind. Die modulare Konzeption von MODULYS ermöglicht eine Leistungssteigerung sowie eine erhöhte Autonomiezeit für einen redundanten
Betrieb (bis N+x Module). Für weitere Fragen und Informationen in Bezug auf Erweiterungsmöglichkeiten, wenden Sie sich bitte an Ihren
Ansprechpartner. Für einen optimalen Betrieb der Anlage lesen Sie dieses Handbuch aufmerksam durch und befolgen Sie die jeweiligen Hinweise
und Empfehlungen. Bewahren Sie dieses Handbuch in der Nähe der USV auf, damit es jederzeit zugänglich ist.
Nachdruck, auch auszugsweise, ist ohne Genehmigung des Herstellers verboten. Die Informationen in diesem Handbuch können ohne vorherige
Benachrichtigung vom Hersteller geändert werden. MODULYS und e-Service sind eingetragene Warenzeichen von SOCOMEC UPS.
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Le agradecemos la confianza que nos manifiesta al haber elegido un SAI SOCOMEC UPS de la gama MODULYS
MODULYS es un sistema de alimentación ininterrumpida profesional y modular para una protección total contra cortes o perturbaciones eléctricas.
La gamma MODULYS ha sido diseñada para proteger cualquier equipo o carga critica, como servidores, estaciones UNIX y equipos informáticos
de red, susceptibles de sufrir daños o pérdida de datos en caso de producirse perturbaciones en la red eléctrica. El diseño modular del SAI
MODULYS permite aumentar su potencia y capacidad de autonomía para un funcionamiento redundante con N+x módulos. Para más detalles en
lo que se refiere a las posibilidades de expansión, contactar con nuestro representante certificado.
Para conseguir un funcionamiento óptimo, resulta imprescindible leer detenidamente este manual así como respetar las recomendaciones de
utilización. Conservar el presente manual al alcance de la mano para consultarlo con facilidad.
Se prohibe cualquier reproducción, incluso parcial, de este manual sin la autorización previa del fabricante. Se pueden modificar las informaciones
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Mod-Power 1500VA
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Mod-Power 3000VA
Mod-Power 4500-6000VA
Mod-Battery
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Battery Pack
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1 Fan
2 Parallel Bus plug-in connection
3 Input / output plug-in connection
4 Battery plug-in connection
5 Dip switch for configuration
6 Insertion direction
7 Battery connection
8 Locking hook
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1 Ventilatore
2 Connettore plug-in Bus parallelo
3 Connettore plug-in Ingresso / uscita
4 Connettore plug-in batteria
5 Dip switch per configurazione
6 Direzione di inserimento
7 Connettore batteria
8 Gancio per ritenuta meccanica
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1 Ventilador
2 Conector plug-in Bus paralelo
3 Conector plug-in entrada / salida
4 Conector plug-in batería
5 Conmutador Dip de configuración
6 Dirección de inserción
7 Conector batería
8 Mecanismo de fijación
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1 Ventilateur
2 Connecteur embrochable Bus parallèle
3 Connecteur embrochable Entrée / sortie
4 Connecteur embrochable batterie
5 Commutateur Dip de configuration
6 Sens d'insertion
7 Connecteur batterie
8 Mécanisme de fixation
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1 Lüfter
2 Stecker für den parallel Bus (Plug-in)
3 Stecker Eingang/Ausgang (Plug-in)
4 Batteriestecker (Plug-in)
5 Mikroschalter (Dip switch) für die Konfiguration
6 Einschubrichtung
7 Batteriestecker
8 Befestigungsvorrichtung
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ICM
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9 ICM (Intelligent Communication Module) mimic panel
10 ICM housing cover
11 Slot for Mod-Power / Mod-Battery
12 RS232/485 serial interface
13 Auxiliary terminal strip
14 ICM fuses F5 F6 F7
15 Slots for communication boards
16 By-pass fuses for Mod-Power
17 External battery connection (busbars)
18 Input / by-pass / output terminals
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9 Sinottico ICM (Intelligent Communication Module)
10 Coperchio vano ICM
11 Slot per Mod-Power / Mod-Battery
12 Interfaccia seriale RS232/485
13 Morsettiera ausiliaria
14 Fusibili ICM F5 F6 F7
15 Slot per schede di comunicazione
16 Fusibili by-pass per Mod-Power
17 Barre di connessione batteria esterna
18 Morsetti ingresso by-pass / uscita
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9 Display ICM (Modulo Inteligente de Comunicación)
10 Panel de protección superior del ICM
11 Slot para Mod-Power / Mod-Battery
12 Interfaz serie RS232/485
13 Borne auxiliar
14 Fusibles ICM F5 F6 F7
15 Slot para tarjeta de comunicación
16 Fusibles by-pass para Mod-Power
17 Barra de conexión para batería externa
18 Bornes de conexión
(respectivamente entrada / by-pass / salida)
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9 Ecran ICM (Module Intelligent de Communication)
10 Panneau de protection supérieur de l'ICM
11 Emplacement pour Mod-Power / Mod-Battery
12 Interface série RS232/485
13 Bornier auxiliaire
14 Fusibles ICM F5 F6 F7
15 Emplacements pour carte de communication
16 Fusibles by-pass pour Mod-Power
17 Barre de raccordement pour batterie externe
18 Bornes de raccordement
(respectivement entrée / by-pass / sortie)
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9 Steuermodul (ICM)
10 Abdeckung Steuermodul
11 Einschub für Mod-Power / Mod-Battery
12 Serieller Anschluss RS232 RS232/485
13 Klemmleiste
14 Sicherungen für ICM F5 F6 F7
15 Einschub für Kommunikationskarten
16 Bypass Sicherung für Mod-Power
17 Befestigungsschiene für externe Batterie
18 Klemmleiste Bypass Eingang/Ausgang
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19 Power Share socket
20 Output socket with 16A max. fuse
21 Output socket with 16A max. fuse
22 Rack Mount (RM) frame
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19 Presa Power Share
20 Presa di uscita con fusibile max 16A
21 Presa di uscita con fusibile max 16A
22 Telaio Rack Mount (RM)
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19 Prise Power Share
20 Prise de sortie avec fusible (max 16A)
21 Prise de sortie avec fusible (max 16A)
22 Châssis rack (RM)
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19 Anschluss abschaltbare Last
20 Ausgangsbuchse mit 16A Sicherung
21 Ausgangsbuchse mit 16A Sicherung
22 Gehäuse
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19 Toma Power Share
20 Toma de salida con fusible (max 16A)
21 Toma de salida con fusible (max 16A)
22 Chasis rack (RM)
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CONTENTS
1.
SAFETY REGULATIONS ....................................................................................................... 5
2.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION ..................................................................................................... 6
2.1
OPERATION .................................................................................................................... 6
2.1.1 General system diagram ................................................................................................ 7
2.1.2 Display and control panel (LED and LCD) ...................................................................... 8
3.
UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION ....................................................................................... 9
3.1. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR INSTALLATION......................................................... 9
3.2. UNPACKING .................................................................................................................... 9
3.3. UPS MODULE CONFIGURATION ................................................................................. 11
3.3.1 Installing the Battery Packs .......................................................................................... 12
3.3.2 Using external batteries. ............................................................................................... 13
3.4. CONNECTING TO THE MAINS POWER SUPPLY AND CONNECTING THE LOAD..... 14
3.4.1 Connection requirements. ............................................................................................ 14
3.4.2 Connecting the shut-down contact and external manual by-pass ................................. 14
3.4.3 Electrical connections to terminals (Mod-MC and Mod-EB). ......................................... 15
3.4.4 Mod-RM electrical connections ..................................................................................... 18
3.4.5 Using the POWER SHARE output ................................................................................ 19
3.4.6 Generator set (GS) configuration and temperature measurement ................................ 20
4.
CONFIGURATION AND START UP ..................................................................................... 21
4.1
CONFIGURATION OF MODULYS SYSTEMS................................................................ 21
4.1.1 I.C.M. Intelligent Communication Module ..................................................................... 21
4.1.2 ICM (Intelligent Communication Module) System display ............................................. 21
4.1.3 Menu structure ............................................................................................................. 22
4.1.4 Starting Menu ............................................................................................................... 22
4.1.5 Main menu ................................................................................................................... 23
4.1.6 Alarm menu (ALARMS) ................................................................................................ 23
4.1.7 Measurements menu (MEASUREMENTS) ................................................................... 24
4.1.8 Commands menu (COMMANDS) ................................................................................. 25
4.1.9 Parameters menu (PARAMETERS) ............................................................................. 25
4.1.10 Wait menus ................................................................................................................ 27
4.1.11 START procedure ...................................................................................................... 28
5.
DISPLAYS AND CONTROL ................................................................................................. 29
5.1
OPERATIONAL COMMANDS AND SIGNALS................................................................ 29
5.1.1 Operating from the mains power supply ....................................................................... 29
5.1.2 Operating from the battery (blackout) ........................................................................... 30
5.1.3 Anomalies in Mod-Power functioning............................................................................ 32
5.2
SWITCHING THE MOD-SYSTEM AND MOD-POWER OFF .......................................... 34
5.2.1 STOP procedure .......................................................................................................... 34
5.3
TEST PROCEDURE ....................................................................................................... 36
5.3.1 Battery test ................................................................................................................... 36
5.4
COMMUNICATION ......................................................................................................... 36
5.4.1 RS232/RS485 Interface................................................................................................ 37
5.4.2 Using the signal relays ................................................................................................. 37
5.4.3 Relays board Option ..................................................................................................... 38
5.4.4 ACB Card Option.......................................................................................................... 39
6.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................... 41
7.
MAINTENANCE .................................................................................................................... 42
7.1
TROUBLESHOOTING .................................................................................................... 42
7.2
EXTERNAL MANUAL BY-PASS ..................................................................................... 44
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CERTIFICATE AND CONDITIONS OF GUARANTEE
This SOCOMEC UPS uninterruptible power supply system is guaranteed against manufacturing defects
and defective materials for a period of 12 months*, valid from the date of purchase. The guarantee certificate
must NOT be sent to the manufacturer but should be kept in a safe place together with proof of purchase, as these
will be required should the product need to be repaired or replaced under the terms of the guarantee.
The period of validity of the guarantee is calculated from the date of purchase of a new product by the end user
from an authorised dealer (the date on the purchase document is sufficient for this purpose).
The guarantee is of the 'carry-in' kind: SOCOMEC UPS will provide parts and labour free of charge for all repair
work carried out, but the customer is responsible for the cost and risk of transport to and from SOCOMEC UPS, or
one of its authorised centres.
This service is available to customers within Italy and includes the replacement of the defective UPS or module
within 48 hours over a large part of the country.
In order to use the guarantee service, the customer must respect the following rules:
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the product (module/s) must only be returned in its original packing. Any damage caused to the product during
transport, where the original packing has not been used, is not covered by the terms of this guarantee;
•
the product must be accompanied by proof of purchase: i.e. a document (note, invoice, receipt) stating the date
of purchase and clearly identifying the product (i.e. bearing the model and serial number). Furthermore, the
product must also be accompanied by a repair return authorisation number and a detailed description of the
fault. Failure to provide one of these means that the guarantee is no longer valid. The repair return
authorisation number is given by the service centre over the phone after they have received notification of the
fault;
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should the customer not be able to provide proof of purchase, the serial number and the date of manufacture
will be used to calculate the guarantee period. This may mean the guarantee period is shorter than it would
otherwise be.
The guarantee does not cover the product for damage due to misuse (use outside the tolerated limits: power
supply, excessive current, humidity, temperature, poor ventilation, etc.), tampering or any other kind of nonauthorised intervention.
During the guarantee period, SOCOMEC UPS may choose to repair the product or to replace the defective parts
with new parts, or with used parts that are equivalent in function and performance to new parts, entirely at its
discretion.
With regard to the batteries this guarantee is valid if the periodic recharges have been carried out within the
timeframe indicated on the packaging. After purchasing the batteries, it is a good idea, therefore, to ensure that
they have not gone past the next recharge date indicated on the packaging.
Optionals
The optionals guarantee lasts 12 months and is a carry-in guarantee.
Software Products
The software is guaranteed for 90 days and is guaranteed to function substantially as illustrated in the product
manual, and in other written material accompanying the product. The hardware support systems or accessories
(i.e. disks, cables, etc.) provided with the product are guaranteed against faulty materials and manufacturing
defects for a period of 12 months from the date of purchase.
SOCOMEC UPS is in no way liable for damages (including, without limitation, damage due to loss of or reduced
earnings, interruption of the company’s activities, loss of information, or other losses bearing economic or financial
consequences) deriving from use of the product.
These conditions are subject to Italian law. Any dispute shall be heard before the Court of Vicenza.
* Local guarantee conditions are in addition to the general conditions.
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1. SAFETY REGULATIONS
This product manual should be kept in a safe place near the UPS to allow the person operating the system to consult it at
any time.
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.
Read the product manual carefully before connecting the UPS to the mains power supply and to the equipment you wish
to protect. Before beginning to use the “Uninterruptible Power Supply System” (UPS), it is important to be fully aware of
its functions, of the position of all its commands, and of its technical and functional characteristics, in order to avoid any
risk of damage or injury to persons operating the system, or to the system itself.
• The installation, maintenance, and electrical connections of the UPS must be carried out EXCLUSIVELY by qualified personnel, and in
accordance with the instructions set out herein.
• The UPS must be connected to a common supply in accordance with current regulations before it is switched on for the first time. The
UPS earth cable must be connected to an earth system in proper working order.
• Should the UPS not be connected to earth, none of the systems connected to the UPS will be protected by the common supply. The
manufacturer declines any responsibility for damage or accidents caused resulting from the failure to observe this regulation.
• Any subsequent maintenance work must be carried out exclusively by authorised personnel. The UPS generates high internal electrical
voltages that may result in danger to persons not properly qualified to carry out such work.
• Should any dangerous situation arise whilst the system is being used, cut off the power supply to the system (ideally at a distribution panel
above the system) and switch off the UPS completely using the proper shut-down procedure.
• WARNING: to warm electrical maintenance personnel that the circuit ( the mains) feeds a UPS, put a warning label on all power isolators
installed remote from the UPS area, carring the following wording or equivalent:
ISOLATE UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SUPPLY (UPS) BEFORE WORKING ON THIS CIRCUIT
• When assembling and replacing the battery, each UPS plug-in or Mod-Battery plug-in should always be switched off and disconnected
from the mains power supply.
• The UPS contains an internal power source: the batteries. The output of the UPS may be live even if the UPS is not connected to the
mains power supply.
• Do not force, break or attempt to open the batteries: the batteries are sealed and do not contain any replaceable parts. The batteries also
contain harmful substances that may pollute the environment and prove toxic. Do not switch on the UPS if there is liquid leaking from it or
if you notice a residual white powder.
• Do not let the UPS coming into contact with water or other liquids. Do not allow foreign bodies inside the UPS or block the air vents.
• Replace the fuses ONLY with other fuses of the same type.
• When scrapping the UPS, the system must be disposed of exclusively by companies specialised in carrying out tasks of this kind. These
companies must dismantle and dispose of the components in accordance with the laws in force in the country concerned.
• Only modules with the same rated output must be used in Mod-System models with parallel plug-in units (up to 4 Mod-Power units).
Combinations of modules with different power ratings are not permitted.
• It is a good idea to ensure that all Mod-System input and output electrical connections and protective devices are suitable for the
maximum power obtainable, to allow room for future expansion. This means that the system will not be restricted in future and that the
electrical installation will not have to be modified as a consequence.
• The UPS generates high level leakage current; the earth connection must be made before the power supply voltage is connected.
• Back-feed protection: the neutral on the input or the output of the UPS are identical. Consequently there is no risk of high potential when
the input power supply is absent. However, depending on the type of system connected in the output or in some failure conditions (earth
leakage, significant phase dispersion or in case of non-isolated neutral system), high potential can be detected. It will therefore be
necessary to install either adequate neutral switching or protection system.
• Warning: be very careful when extracting the modules. The extracted module is too heavy for it to be borne by the handles, it must
therefore be held against the cabinet body with both hands. If there are batteries present, the battery packs should be extracted one by
one before taking out the module out.
• 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.
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2. GENERAL DESCRIPTION
MODULYS is a complete range of particularly flexible and modular UPS systems. These systems come in a
number of different models and specifications designed to meet the varying needs of our customers, and have a
power output ranging from 1500 to 24000 VA.
Mod-TW and Mod-RK: stand alone units available in the traditional tower (vertical) version or rack version for
housing in standardised 19” cabinets. Available in 3000, 4500 and 6000VA sizes with standard back-up, with the
possibility of expanding the back-up either externally or internally depending on the model.
Mod-System: a modular and expandable system available either in an independent version (in its own cabinet) or
on a frame rack, for housing in standardised 19” cabinets. The Mod-System is available in the following versions:
• Mod-RM (19” rack 3 slots) expandable from 1500 to 4500VA or from 3000 to 9000VA
• Mod-MC (4 slots) expandable from 1500 to 6000VA or from 3000 to 9000VA
• Mod-MC (6 slots) expandable from 3000 to 12000VA, from 4500 to 13500VA or from 6000 to 18000VA
• Mod-MC (9 slots) expandable from 3000 to 12000VA, from 4500 to 18000VA or from 6000 to 24000VA
• Mod-EB (12 slots) expandable from 4500 to 18000VA or from 6000 to 24000VA
The Mod-System is based on using plug-in Mod-Power and Mod-Battery modules that are housed in the available
slots (ranging from 3 to 12 depending on the model concerned).
Mod-Power units are available in the following sizes: 1500, 3000, 4500 and 6000VA. These units function in
parallel up to a maximum of 4 units (which must be exclusively of the same power output rating), thus allowing you
to increase the power and/or redundancy.
Mod-Battery units allow you to adapt the system to your particular requirements in the same way.
Inside the UPS or Mod-Battery, the batteries are organised into a number of elementary units known as Battery
Packs. The level of back-up available is a function of the number of Battery Packs that have been installed in the
system in relation to the power it provides.
In addition to the Modular systems (Mod-System) described above, the following specific versions are also
available:
Mod-TC2XX: solution for telecommunications systems with particularly extensive back-up times (from 1 hour basic
up to 8 hours). Available with 3000VA, 4500, or 6000VA ratings, an enhanced battery charger and the option of
adding a second separate UPS.
Mod-TC3XX: solution for telecommunications systems with particularly extensive back-up times (from 1 hour basic
up to 8 hours). Available with 6000VA or 9000VA ratings, an enhanced battery charger and the redundancy option.
2.1
OPERATION
MODULYS is based on the on line double conversion VFI (Voltage and Frequency Independent) technology to
ensure the highest level of electrical protection. This ensures that the voltage and frequency at the input of the UPS
is completely regenerated via an initial AC/DC conversion and subsequent DC/AC conversion, providing the user
with a stable and disturbance-free wave form at the output that is completely independent of the mains power
supply. As a result of this double conversion process, the uninterruptible power supply system also acts as a filter,
ensuring that the distorting load requirement (typical of information technology systems) does not affect the mains
power supply.
Should a black out occur, MODULYS ensures that the output voltage is maintained without the slightest
disturbance, by drawing the energy required from its own internal batteries. During normal functioning, when the
mains power supply is present, MODULYS automatically and independently makes sure the batteries are
recharged.
The functions described above are valid for all models of whatever size. With regard to the Mod-System, several
Mod-Power units may also be operated in parallel. This is based on the “load sharing” technology that ensures
that the load is evenly distributed between the various modules. This solution has two main advantages: it means
that additional modules may be added in future, allowing you to increase the total amount of power provided and/or
it means that one or more modules may be added to the system redundantly, thus allowing the system to continue
operating even if one of the modules were to malfunction.
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2.1.1 General system diagram
MODULYS is based on a modular structure and has two basic components as its building blocks: the UPS
modules known as Mod-Power units and the battery modules known as Mod-Battery units. All modules are of the
plug-in type, whether power modules or battery modules, and are thus easy to install and maintain. The modules
are connected to the system, known as the Mod-System, by a number of connections, as shown in the diagram
below.
Up to 4 Mod-Power modules in parallel
Mains input
Auxiliary power
supply (by-pass)
UPS output
Each Mod-Power unit is an on line independent double conversion UPS, equipped with an automatic by-pass and
with devices which enable it to operate in parallel with the other units. Each Mod-battery unit, furthermore, comes
equipped with its own independent battery charger and may house up to 4 battery packs. Some UPS models (1500
and 3000VA) may house the battery packs internally. The Mod-Battery unit is compatible with all UPS models.
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Battery charger
Rectifier (AC/DC)
Standard back-up battery pack
Inverter (DC/AC)
Automatic internal by-pass
Additional external battery charger
Mains input (possibility of three-phase input with the
4500V and 6000VA model)
8 Auxiliary power supply input separate by-pass
9 Main client output
10 Mod-Power unit
11 Mod-Battery unit
12 Extended back-up battery pack
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2.1.2 Display and control panel (LED and LCD)
The Mod-System is controlled using the LCD panel situated at the top (Intelligent Communication Module ICM). As
well as this display, there are also a number of LED lights which provide information as to the general functioning of
the UPS system.
Each and every module (Mod-Power) has its own LED indicators. These indicators provide information as to the
functioning of the individual Mod-Power unit.
Mod-Power Display
ICM (Intelligent Communication Module) Display
LCD
LED 2
LED 3
LED 1
LED 4
P1
8
LED 1
LED 4
P1
P2
Legend
Off button
On / stand-by button
RED general alarm
YELLOW operating in By-pass mode
YELLOW operating in battery mode
GREEN operating in inverter mode
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LED 3
P2
Legend
P1
P2
LED 1
LED 2
LED 3
LED 4
LED 2
SECTION 1
P1
P2
LED 1
LED 2
LED 3
LED 4
LCD
Scroll button
Enter button
RED general alarm
YELLOW operating in By-pass mode
YELLOW operating in battery mode
GREEN operating in inverter mode
Alphanumeric display
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3. UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION
3.1.
GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR INSTALLATION
Please follow these guidelines when installing the UPS:
MODULYS is designed for use in closed environments.
Place the UPS on a flat, stable, surface in a well-ventilated area away from sources of heat or direct sunlight.
Maintain room temperature between 0°C and 40°C and humidity below 90% (no condensation). The optimum
temperature for ensuring maximum battery life is between 15-20°C.
Avoid installing the UPS in areas that are excessively dusty.
Ensure that there is a space of at least 40 cm at the rear of the UPS to guarantee adequate ventilation.
Ensure that there is a space of at least 100 cm at the front of the UPS to enable the front-access plug-in
modules and other components to be inserted or removed with ease.
Check that the voltage and frequency setting at which the UPS operates is compatible with the mains power
supply. The UPS specifications are given on the plate situated on the rear panel.
For RS232/RS485 serial connections or LAN connections only use the cables or accessories provided by the
manufacturer.
3.2.
UNPACKING
Unpack the various modules and batteries removing the packaging materials as shown in the figure. We
recommend you keep the packaging in a safe place, as this has been designed to protect the system during
transport and may need to be used again should you need to send the system off for repairs.
When unpacking the system, remove the upper protective layer and lift the product from its box using the
plastic protective wrapping. Once the product has been partially removed from the box you may then get
hold of the metal casing of the product itself.
!
ATTENTION: do not lift or
move the product by the front
plastic cover as you may
damage it or break it and
cause injury to yourself in the
process.
The battery modules (Battery Packs) are supplied in separate packaging and should be removed from their
packaging in a similar way. It is important to use both hands when unpacking the battery modules, as these are
heavy.
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Slot
cover
Foot rest
The MODULYS System version is delivered on a
pallet to allow it to be transported easily to the
place of installation. The various MODULYS
system components are delivered separately.
Wheel
The 9 and 12 slot versions, the tallest versions, are
provided with wheels to allow them to be positioned with
ease. Once the UPS has been set in place, the footrests
must be extracted to prevent the UPS from moving
about.
Depending on the configuration chosen, it may be necessary to remove some of the covers that cover the slots in
order to insert the modules required (Mod-Power or Mod-Battery) to complete the configuration.
To remove the cover, simply unscrew the two screws situated behind the relevant handle.
None of the modules, whether power or battery modules, are supplied with handles, as these already come with
the system. Follow the procedure described below to attach the handles to the module.
The RM version, unlike the MC and EB versions, has been
designed to be placed within a standardised 19” cabinet. Two
“L” shaped lateral metal brackets are required to support the
RM frame. These should be requested from the manufacturer
of the cabinet. Ensure that the brackets and cabinet are able to
withstand the combined weight of the RM system in the
configuration you have chosen, including the weight of the
batteries.
“L” shaped bracket
N.B.: The fully configured RM330 version weighs 140Kg.
To install the RM system, you will need to attach the handles provided to the
modules concerned. See the photograph on the left.
These handles are different to the aluminium handles that are provided with the
MC and EB systems and should be attached after the batteries have been inserted
and the front cover closed.
See the Inserting the batteries paragraph.
ATTENTION!: when assembling the system, the UPS should always be switched off and disconnected from
the mains power supply.
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3.3.
UPS MODULE CONFIGURATION
The UPS modules (Mod-Power 1500, 3000, 4500 or 6000VA) may only be inserted in the 4 slots provided starting
from the top downwards. When inserting the UPS modules, it is important to set the DIP-switch situated on the rear
of the module to the number corresponding to the position of the module, as per the diagram below.
The DIP-switch identifies the position of the module within the system.
OFF
ON
1
Module
DIP 1
DIP 2
DIP 3
DIP 4
2
3
N° 1
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
4
N° 2
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
N° 3
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
Switch the micro-switch ON corresponding to the position of the ModPower unit within the system.
N° 1 corresponds to the highest position.
As shown in the diagram, all the other micro-switches should be kept in the
OFF position.
N° 4
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
The Mod-Battery battery modules may be positioned in any available slot, but it is a good idea, especially in the
tallest MC9 or EB12 systems, to place them as low as possible to stabilise the cabinet.
Before inserting the Mod-Power or Mod-Battery units completely into the system it is necessary to install the battery
packs, as described in the relevant section of this product manual.
The batteries are supplied together with the modules but are not inserted. This is to ensure safety during
transportation and to ease movement during the installation process. The process of inserting the batteries is an
easy one and should be carried out once the modules have been placed in their respective slots.
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3.3.1 Installing the Battery Packs
WARNING! All battery assembly and replacement work must be carried out with each UPS plug-in or ModBattery plug-in switched off and disconnected from the mains power supply. Make sure you
proceed under conditions of safety, i.e. remove bracelets, rings, watches etc.
Insert the Mod-Power unit 3/4 of the way into the slot in the system, place the battery pack in the internal bay
provided, and connect the cable to the polarised contacts. At this point the unit may be inserted completely until it
clips into place. Follow the steps below carefully as these illustrate the correct sequence for installing the battery
packs.
Step 1.
Using a screwdriver, unclip
lateral plastic clips and open
battery bay. Partially insert
Mod-Power or Mod-Battery
into the Mod-System.
the
the
the
unit
Step 2.
Insert the Battery Pack most of the
way into the battery bay.
Connect the battery using the
connector situated inside the
module.
Push the battery pack all the way
into the slot until you hear it clip
into place.
Warning: after inserting the first
connector the battery voltage will
be present on all the other
connectors.
Step 3.
Close and fix the front cover in
place pushing first on the centre,
and then on the two sides towards
the frame, until these clip into
place.
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Step 4.
The last step in the procedure is to
attach the two lateral handles to
the module and to gently insert it
into the slot.
The installation is completed by
fixing the module in place using
the screws provided between the
handle and the mounts.
When installing a Battery Pack inside a MOD-Battery unit, the right-hand side cover will also need to be removed to
gain access to the two battery bays underneath. This cover can be removed by unscrewing the two screws in the
centre of the module and releasing the cover. Insert and connect the battery pack, put everything back in place,
and ensure that all the clips and screws are firmly fixed in place.
NOTE: In some cases, if high capacity external batteries are used (MOD-EX), the MOD-OP-REL relay board must
be installed to co-ordinate the enhanced battery charger available only on the MC6 or higher models.
Contact the customer service centre for more information.
3.3.2 Using external batteries.
Options with cabinets and dedicated battery chargers are available for applications that require high battery
capacities.
Please contact the technical service centre for more information.
Cable core size
SYSTEM
MC6
MC9
EB12
MAX POWER
18.000
24.000
24.000
Cable core size mm2
2 X 70*
2 X 95*
2 X 95*
*the length of the cable must be identical
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3.4.
CONNECTING TO THE MAINS POWER SUPPLY AND CONNECTING THE LOAD
3.4.1
Connection requirements.
The connection to the mains power supply and to the load must be made using cables with an appropriate crosssectional area and which are in compliance with current regulations. If not already present, an electric panel
allowing you to switch off the mains power supply to the UPS should be installed. This electric panel should have
an automatic circuit breaker (or two if there is a separate by-pass line) suitable for the level of current absorbed at
full load, and should also have a residual current operated circuit beaker.
The leakage current to earth varies depending on the configuration chosen and on the number of UPS modules
installed within the system; the installer should therefore ensure that the appropriate differential protection is
installed above the UPS system, using a selective model (i.e., one that is insensitive to the transistors).
It should also be remembered that the leakage currents of the clients connected to the UPS are added to that of
the UPS itself, and that during transitory phases (loss and return of the mains power supply) current surges may be
experienced, if only very briefly. Because of this, it is a good idea to size the differential protection accordingly,
especially for those systems which have 3-4 Mod-Power units. A 30mA protective device on the line between the
UPS and the clients would be ideal.
It is advisable to run a preliminary check on the leakage current to earth with the UPS installed and operating with
the final load, to ensure that the above mentioned switch does not trip off unexpectedly.
Should you require a manual by-pass to be installed, only use the one provided by the manufacturer.
Please refer to the table below for the correct cross-sectional areas and protective devices to be used for each of
the models concerned, bearing in mind any expansion of the system that may occur in future. It is recommended
that the connections be designed to cope with the maximum power output, to ensure the compatibility of the
electrical system in the future.
Maximum
EXPANSION
MODEL
Single-phase input
and by-pass line
protection
Min. crosssection mm²
Three-phase
input
protection*
RM315
6000 VA
AMT 32A C/D
4
/
RM330
9000 VA
AMT 50A C/D
10
/
MC415
6000 VA
AMT 32A C/D
4
/
MC430
6000 VA
AMT 32A C/D
4
/
MC645
9000 VA
AMT 50A C/D
10
AMT 16A C/D
MC660
9000 VA
AMT 50A C/D
10
/
MC960
12000 VA
AMT 63A C/D
16
/
MC990
13500 VA
AMT 63A C/D
16
AMT 32A C/D
MC912 six
24000 VA
AMT 125A C/D
35
AMT 63A C/D
EB1290
18000 VA
AMT 100A C/D
25
AMT 40A C/D
EB1212 six
24000 VA
AMT 125A C/D
35
AMT 63A C/D
* If powered by an IT system, the protective device must be three-phase + neutral.
3.4.2
Min. crosssection
mm²
/
/
/
/
4
/
/
6
16
10
16
Leakage
current
towards
ground
6 mA
6 mA
10 mA
10 mA
15 mA
15 mA
25 mA
25 mA
35 mA
35 mA
35 mA
Connecting the shut-down contact and external manual by-pass
A remote Emergency Power Off switch (external contact/lever) may be connected using the two terminals for that
purpose located on the auxiliary terminal board (rear panel at the top). A volt free contact (i.e. one with no potential)
should be connected to the two terminals situated at the bottom left (M2) of the terminal board, as shown in the
figure. By opening this contact, the output of the UPS will be completely shutdown. These two terminals are jumped
in the factory to allow the UPS to function without an E.P.O. device connected.
Closing the M1 contact will switch all of the modules into by-pass mode. This input must be used in conjunction
with the external manual by-pass panel provided by the manufacturer.
By-pass and E.P.O. command inputs.
M1 input
By-pass to the mains power supply: closing this contact
forces all of the UPS modules onto the mains power supply.
This contact is used to carry out the external manual bypass using an advanced contact.
M1
M2
Auxiliary terminal board
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E.P.O.: shuts down the output if this contact is left open.
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3.4.3
Electrical connections to terminals (Mod-MC and Mod-EB).
The Mod-System terminal board can be accessed by removing a metal panel situated on the rear lower part of the
system. The terminal board and internal connections have been designed to accept any module and are therefore
capable of accepting the maximum power that may be configured (see the rating plate on the system).
All Mod-Power systems of whatever power rating or configuration may have a single-phase input. A three-phase
input with neutral may be used with the Mod-Power 4500 or 6000VA model, without any limitations to performance
or adjustments being necessary. It may also be used with the Mod-Power 1500 and 3000VA models, which are
typically single-phase, by distributing the phase in the following fashion:
Terminal board
L1
L2
L3
Slot fed
1,4
2
3
1= highest slot
When using a three-phase input in conjunction with your UPS, it is important to bear in mind that the crosssectional area of the by-pass line and neutral cables should be the same as the equivalent single-phase cables for
the system you are using, as shown in the cross-sectional area table above. When using a single-phase input the
three phase terminals should be connected to one another using the bar contact provided on the terminal board.
Generally speaking, the batteries are installed inside the Mod-System slots and it is not necessary to connect
batteries externally. The (+) and (-) bars situated in the terminal board bay (except MC4 model) allow you to
connect high capacity (Ah) batteries to the system, thus allowing you to provide high levels of back-up.
The system has been designed to use internal batteries connected to DC buses. Therefore, each MOD-System slot
connects to the + and – poles of the system, making it easy to insert the batteries and increase the level of backup.
Please ask for instructions from your nearest service centre should you need to connect separate (redundant)
batteries to each of your MOD-Power units.
As with all MODULYS systems there is a programmable
POWER-SHARE output. In these models, the programmable
power share output comes as a dedicated terminal. Refer to the
programming instructions on how to use it.
The live and neutral terminals for the mains power input, by-pass
line and output, are clearly distinguished on the UPS terminal
board.
Always respect the live and neutral polarities
!
If the protection device upstream of the UPS
interrupts the neutral conductor, it must also interrupt
all the phase conductors at the same time (four-polar
switches).
The neutral conductor goes from the input to the output and, as a consequence, the neutral regime remains the
same (whether TN, TT or IT). To create different distribution arrangements, it is necessary to install an optional
isolating transformer at the output or at the input. Placing an isolating transformer in the system above the
transformer creates an TN distribution system with the neutral connected to earth, or an IT system with the neutral
isolated from the earth.
!
ATTENTION: the neutral conductor in “passing through” and it is therefore not allowed
to connect the output neutral to earth unless you have first isolated it using the optional
isolating transformer designed for that purpose.
When using a separate by-pass line, ensure that the second neutral may be connected to
that of the primary power source. This connection is made inside the UPS.
Whenever the equipment is used to power several independent systems, it is recommended that each of these is
provided with its own sectioning and protective systems. This ensures that the power supply to the other systems is
not affected should one of the systems be short-circuited.
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CONNECTION DIAGRAMS
BY
PASS
L11
4
BY
PASS
INPUT
L1
L2
L3
N
N1
L12
OUTPUT
POWER SHARE FUSE
5X20 10A 250V T
N2
Opt.
Opt.
3
2
1
Single-phase input and common bypass
1 Mains power supply input protection
2 Connection bar supplied
3 Phase for Power Share line max 10 A
4 Common connection present on the
terminal strip.
5
BY
PASS
L11
BY
PASS
INPUT
L1
L2
L3
N
N1
L12
OUTPUT
POWER SHARE FUSE
5X20 10A 250V T
N2
Opt.
Opt.
4
2
Single-phase input and seperate By-pass
1
3
1 Mains power supply input protection
2 Connection bar supplied
3 By-pass line protection
4 Phase for Power Share line max 10 A
5 Common connection present on the
terminal strip.
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BY
PASS
L11
BY
PASS
INPUT
L1
L2
L3
N
N1
L12
OUTPUT
POWER SHARE FUSE
5X20 10A 250V T
N2
Opt.
Opt.
3
Three-phase input and shared By-pass
1
1 Mains power supply input protection
2 By-pass line protection
3 Phase for Power Share line max 10 A
4 Common connection present on the
terminal strip.
2
4
BY
PASS
L11
BY
PASS
INPUT
L1
L2
L3
N
N1
L12
OUTPUT
POWER SHARE FUSE
5X20 10A 250V T
N2
Opt.
Opt.
3
Three-phase input and separate By-pass
1
2
1 Mains power supply protection
2 By-pass line protection
3 Phase for Power Share line max 10 A
4 Common connection present on the
terminal strip.
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3.4.4
Mod-RM electrical connections
Unlike the Mod-MC and Mod-EB models, the 3 slot RM version designed to be housed in standard 19” cabinets
only has single-phase input connections, as this model has not been designed to be used with the Mod-Power
4500VA and 6000VA models.
The Mod-RM also differs in having two separately fused socket (IEC320 16A) outputs. This means that the output
can be easily distributed over two lines towards applications that would normally be housed in the 19” cabinet itself
(sockets A and B in the figure).
The Power Share output is also provided in the form of a socket (IEC320 10A). Please refer to the instructions for
programming the power share output (socket C in the figure).
The sockets are easily accessible at the rear of the RM frame and are positioned in such a way as to ensure that
the depth does not exceed 600mm even when the plugs are inserted.
The terminal board is situated at the rear of the machine under the metal panel that covers the cables at the bottom
right. This panel does not need to be removed in order to make the normal electrical connections required.
A
B
C
BY
PASS
L11
BY
PASS
INPUT
L1
N
OUTPUT
N1
L12
N2
Mod-RM CONNECTION DIAGRAM.
Mod-RM terminal board diagram.
BY
PASS
L11
INPUT
L1
N
BY
PASS
N1
Single-phase input and common By-pass
OUTPUT
L12
N2
1 Protection of mains supply input
2 UPS output
2
1
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BY
PASS
L11
INPUT
L1
N
BY
PASS
N1
OUTPUT
L12
Single phase input and separate Bypass
N2
1 Protection of mains supply input
2 Protection of by-pass line
3 UPS output
4 Common connection present on the
terminal strip.
3
1
!
3.4.5
2
ATTENTION: the neutral conductor in “passing through” and it is therefore not allowed
to connect the output neutral to earth unless you have first isolated it using the optional
isolating transformer designed for that purpose.
When using a separate by-pass line, ensure that the second neutral may be connected to
that of the primary power source. This connection is made inside the UPS.
Using the POWER SHARE output
The Power Share socket/line configurations are configured using the appropriate software (Net-Vision).
The purpose of this additional socket is to provide a separate power source to low priority client applications. In
critical conditions, these low priority applications can be excluded, thus ensuring that the most important
applications connected to the main socket/line receive the full power supply they require.
Possible configurations:
(default) “battery low”* and for a load greater than 85% in back-up or overload > 105% from mains power supply
For residual battery capacity < XX % (selected by the customer)
Battery residual time < XX mins (selected by the customer)
“Emergency lights”** mode
* Battery Low means that the battery has almost entirely run out. Only a few minutes of back-up remain.
** Emergency lights means that the Power Share socket is only activated if the mains power supply fails. This is a
reverse logic function, but useful for activating, for example, an emergency light system when the mains power
supply fails without having to rely on additional circuits.
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3.4.6
Generator set (GS) configuration and temperature measurement
!
ATTENTION: the installation work and the activation of the functions described below
should be carried out by qualified personnel only.
If the power supply (by-pass line) is particularly unstable (as often happens with generator sets), it is possible to
activate the generator set (GS) function. This function ensures that the by-pass circuit continues to operate to
protect the applications that are connected to it by accepting wider operational tolerance limits. In fact, by activating
the GS function the synchronisation tolerance limit is increased from 2 to 8% and the by-pass voltage tolerance
limit increases from 15 to 20%.
temperature
An
optional
measurement board is also available
for measuring the temperature of the
environment in which the UPS is
installed. This board should be
installed inside the ICM bay.
The
temperature
measurement
device is connected to an alarm
which warns the user when the
operating conditions are outside the
limits allowed.
To
activate
the
temperature
measurement
and
temperature
display on the LCD, it is necessary
to switch the DIP2 switch on the
board ON, as shown in the figure.
Please contact your nearest service
centre for further information on the
functions described above.
Once the board has been installed
you will need to connect the
“TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT”
terminals.
TEMP.
P.G.
Observe the connector polarisation. Pin 1 is indicated by ▲
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The increase in frequency and
voltage tolerance limits is achieved
by closing (or jumping) the relevant
input as shown in the figure with a
control
contact
(“POWER
GENERATOR” terminals).
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4. CONFIGURATION AND START UP
4.1
CONFIGURATION OF MODULYS SYSTEMS
!
ATTENTION: The factory configuration assumes that the UPS will operate with an output at
230V / 50Hz.
The configuration procedure described below should be carried out with at least one UPS
(Mod-Power) module present in the system, ensuring that the module is switched off and
that the battery pack is installed (Mod-Battery if the system is based on the 4500VA or
6000VA modules).
ATTENTION: Ensure that the UPS (Mod-Power 1500VA, 3000VA, 4500VA, 6000VA) modules
are inserted in the four slots starting from the top downwards and that their position has
been set correctly using the relevant DIP-switches located on the rear.
Once the Mod-Power and Mod-Battery units have been installed
(see paragraph 3), the I.C.M. Intelligent Communication
Module can be switched on by closing the tri-polar fuse-carrier
(F5-F6-F7) situated at the top at the rear of the System.
4.1.1
I.C.M. Intelligent Communication Module
The Intelligent Communication Module collects and elaborates data from the individual modules and renders this
information available to the user via the System display or via the optional remote display or Net-Vision. The I.C.M.
also controls some of the System’s global functions such as the START and STOP procedures thus facilitating the
Start and Stop procedures for the entire Modulys System.
4.1.2
ICM (Intelligent Communication Module) System display
LED description
LED
STATUS
Constant
Flashing
Constant
Flashing
Constant
Flashing
Constant
Flashing
Description
General alarm
Overload alarm
Indicates that the system load is powered by
an auxiliary power supply
Indicates the presence of the manual By-pass
Inverter in battery mode. Indicates that the
load is powered by the inverter operating as a
battery. This led is lit when at least one of the
inverters is operating in battery mode.
Battery low or battery test being carried out (at
least one of the modules is undergoing a
battery test or has a low battery)
Indicates that the load is being powered by an
inverter in at least one of the UPS modules in
the system.
Battery test being carried out, with the load
powered by inverter (at least one of the
modules is undergoing a battery test)
Change menu (Scroll)
Enter (ENT)
When the L.C.D. backlighting is off, pressing the ENT or Scroll buttons simply has the effect of turning it back on. If
the buzzer is activated (new alarm), pressing the ENT or Scroll buttons will simply turn it off. Only by pressing the
Scroll and ENT buttons again will the respective operations be carried out.
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4.1.3
Menu structure
With the I.C.M. activated there are two types of menu present in the System display:
•
An automatically rotating menu (this menu is activated automatically when none of the buttons have been
pressed for approx. 20 seconds or more)
•
Menu activated by keypad commands (using the ENT and SCROLL buttons)
V 220V F 50.0 Hz
MODULYS SYSTEM
SOCOMEC
SICON UPS
v
If alarm
A00 is active
ALARM I.C.M.
0010.8040.0002.0001
↵
Pressing any key
ALARMS
MEASUREMENTS
COMMANDS
v
PARAMETERS
↵ ↵
v
SETTINGS
↵
↵
↵
NUMBER OF UPS
↵
s N v4 x 4500VA
↵
s N+ v1
↵
s Vout v230 V
↵
s Fout v50 Hz
↵
s Number v8pcs
↵
s Cap. v 0 Ah
↵
s I v 12 A
↵
s v16h v 15m v 52s
↵
s v 12 / v05 / v01
↵
s N 8 1 v9600
↵
s v1 Slave
↵
s Status v1
↵
s Type vCOMMON
↵
s Status v OFF
↵
s Status vON
↵
Status v ENABLE
v
4.1.4
Starting Menu
When the Modulys System is operating in its normal functional mode (no alarm) the display will show the starting
menu. This menu consists of three windows showing the following information:
SOCOMEC
SOCOMEC UPS
Lasts for 5 secs
MODULYS SYSTEM
v dd / mm / yy hh : mm
Lasts for 5 secs
V <Vout>V F <Fout>Hz
vLoad <Pload>%
Lasts for 10 secs
v
The menus are shown in rotating fashion and appear on the screen for the time indicated above.
•
Vout
System output voltage
•
Fout
System output frequency
Load power percentage
•
Pload
After 20 seconds of inactivity (no button has been pressed) the display returns to the starting menu and the
backlighting is deactivated.
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4.1.5
Main menu
The main menu is displayed whenever the scroll button (Scroll) is pressed whilst the display is on the starting
menu.
↵
ENT = access the menu
Scroll = go to next menu (measurements)
↵
ENT = access the menu
Scroll = go to next menu (commands)
↵
ENT = access the menu
Scroll = go to next menu (parameters)
↵
ENT = access the menu
Scroll = go to next menu (alarms)
ALARMS
v
MEASUREMENTS
v
COMMANDS
v
PARAMETERS
v
4.1.6
Alarm menu (ALARMS)
When there is an alarm, the ICM system displays the JBUS code that will need to be referred to the service centre.
ALARM I.C.M.
0002.0000.0101
↵
ENT = view detailed description
Scroll = no effect
By pressing the ENT button it is possible to access a detailed description of all the different alarm codes.
NO ALARMS
ESC ↵
ALARM A00
GENERAL ALARM
ALARM A01
BATTERY ALARM
ALARM A02
UPS OVERLOAD
ALARM A03
Vout OUT OF TOL
ALARM A05
Vin OUT OF TOL
ALARM A06
Vaux OUT OF TOL
ALARM A07
UPS OVER TEMP.
ALARM A08
MANUAL BY-PASS
ALARM A09
SHORT C./BCKF P.
ALARM A10
CHARGER FAILURE
ALARM A14
BOOST TOO LOW
ALARM A15
BOOST TOO HIGH
ALARM A16
Vbatt. TOO HIGH
ALARM A17
IMPROPER USE
ALARM A18
OVERLOAD OFF INV
ENT = exit menu
Scroll = exit menu
ENT = no effect
Scroll = go to next
ENT = no effect
Scroll = go to next
ENT = no effect
Scroll = go to next
ENT = no effect
Scroll = go to next
ENT = no effect
Scroll = go to next
ENT = no effect
Scroll = go to next
ENT = no effect
Scroll = go to next
ENT = no effect
Scroll = go to next
ENT = no effect
Scroll = go to next
ENT = no effect
Scroll = go to next
ENT = no effect
Scroll = go to next
ENT = no effect
Scroll = go to next
ENT = no effect
Scroll = go to next
ENT = no effect
Scroll = go to next
ENT = no effect
Scroll = go to next
ALARM A20
CONF. CORRUPTED
ALARM A23
RECTIFIER ALARM
ALARM A24
BOOST ALARM
ALARM A25
INVERTER ALARM
ALARM A30
OVERLOAD STOP
ALARM A32
MODULE 1 ALARM
ALARM A33
MODULE 2 ALARM
ALARM A34
MODULE 3 ALARM
ALARM A35
MODULE 4 ALARM
ALARM A38
E.S.D. ACTIVE
ALARM A39
EXTERNAL ALARM 2
ALARM A40
EXTERNAL ALARM 3
ALARM A41
EXTERNAL ALARM 4
ALARM A42
E-SERVICE ALARM
ALARM A43
REDUNDANCY LOST
↵
↵
↵
↵
↵
ENT = view additional info
Scroll = go to next
ENT = no effect
Scroll = go to next
ENT = no effect
Scroll = go to next
ENT = no effect
Scroll = go to next
ENT = no effect
Scroll = go to next
ENT = view additional info UPS 1
Scroll = go to next
ENT = view additional info UPS 2
Scroll = go to next
ENT = view additional info UPS 3
Scroll = go to next
ENT = view additional info UPS 4
Scroll = go to next
ENT = no effect
Scroll = go to next
ENT = no effect
Scroll = go to next
ENT = no effect
Scroll = go to next
ENT = no effect
Scroll = go to next
ENT = no effect
Scroll = go to next
ENT = no effect
Scroll = exit alarm menu
By pressing the ENT button when an alarm is present, it is possible to view a more detailed breakdown of the alarm
showing which individual UPS module it relates to.
NO INFORMATIONS
ESC ↵
ALARM UPS 1
1001000011110000
ENT = back to previous
Scroll = no effect
ENT = exit menu
Scroll = back to previous
A01 A03 A05 A06 A07 A09 A14 A15 A16 A17 A18 A20 A23 A24 A25 A42
Alarms are active if = 1 on the relative position from left to right.
The acronyms used for the various alarms correspond to the MODULYS JBUS-P codes, which may be used in
BMS (Building Management System) applications.
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Individual Mod-Power alarm codes table
Code
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
4.1.7
Alarm description
A01
A03
A05
A06
A07
A09
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A20
A23
A24
A25
A42
Battery alarm
Output voltage out of tolerance
Input voltage out of tolerance
Auxiliary voltage out of tolerance
UPS overheating
Output short-circuit / Back-feed protection
BOOST too low
BOOST too high
Battery voltage too high
Improper use
Overload off inverter
Configurations corrupted
Rectifier alarm
Boost alarm
Inverter alarm
E-service alarm
Measurements menu (MEASUREMENTS)
Single battery
Separate batteries
Optional sensor
NO MEASUREMENTS
ESC ↵
INPUT MAINS
V= 225 V
AUXILIARY MAINS
V= 225 V
AUXILIARY MAINS
Freq= 50.2 Hz
OUTPUT VOLTAGE
V= 230 V
OUTPUT FREQUENCY
Freq= 50.2 Hz
OUTPUT LOAD
Power= 26 %
BATTERY COMMON
Vbatt= 52.6 V
BATTERY DEDICATE
more info
↵
BATTERY
Capacity= 70 %
BATTERY
Back-up= ---- min
TEMPERATURE ICM
temp= 25 °C
ENT = exit menu
Scroll = exit menu
ENT = no effect
Scroll = go to next
ENT = no effect
Scroll = go to next
ENT = no effect
Scroll = go to next
ENT = no effect
Scroll = go to next
ENT = no effect
Scroll = go to next
ENT = no effect
Scroll = go to next
ENT = no effect
Scroll = go to next
ENT = view separate batteries menu
Scroll = go to next
ENT = no effect
Scroll = go to next
ENT = no effect
Scroll = go to next
ENT = no effect
Scroll = exit measurements menu
The separate batteries menu shows the battery voltage for each UPS module
BATTERY MODULE 1
Vbatt= 52.6 V
BATTERY MODULE 2
Vbatt= 52.5 V
BATTERY MODULE 3
Vbatt= 52.5 V
BATTERY MODULE 4
Vbatt= 52.7 V
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ENT = no effect
Scroll = go to next
ENT = no effect
Scroll = go to next
ENT = no effect
Scroll = go to next
ENT = no effect
Scroll = go to next menu
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4.1.8
Commands menu (COMMANDS)
The commands menu allows you to access a number of functions used in the global management of the System.
The commands menu is divided into two levels: the first level contains the START and STOP commands, as well
as information relating to the operating status of the Mod-System. The second level, on the other hand, contains
commands relating to maintenance operations carried out using the external Manual By-Pass option.
Access to this section is protected by having to pass through a number of menus asking for confirmation
ENT = exit menu
Scroll = exit menu
NO COMMANDS
ESC ↵
LEVEL 1
LEVEL 2
COMMAND:
START PROCEDURE
↵
ENT = activates command
Scroll = go to next
COMMAND:
STOP PROCEDURE
↵
ENT = activates command
Scroll = go to next
COMMAND:
ALARM RESET
↵
ENT = activates command
Scroll = go to next
COMMAND:
BATTERY TEST ON
↵
ENT = activates command
Scroll = go to next
COMMAND:
TEST LED ON
↵
ENT = activates command
Scroll = go to next
COMMAND:
Extended
↵
ENT = go to second level commands menu
Scroll = exit commands menu
COMMAND:
LOAD ON MAINS
↵
ENT = activates command
Scroll = go to next
COMMAND:
LOAD ON INV.
↵
ENT = activates command
Scroll = go to next
COMMAND:
VIEW NUM. NODE
↵
ENT = activates command
Scroll = go to next
Each of the commands is followed by a menu asking for confirmation, as shown below:
Confirm?
NO
YES
ENT = carry out command and go to next menu
Scroll = go to next menu
If a command cannot be carried out, the following screen will appear:
COMMAND NOT
ALLOW
4.1.9
ENT = exit menu
Scroll = exit menu
ESC ↵
Parameters menu (PARAMETERS)
The parameters menu is always displayed and allows you to access the System configurations.
ENT = access menu
Scroll = go to next menu
PARAMETERS
↵
v
↵
ENT = enter the settings menu
Scroll = go to configuration
↵
ENT = enter the configurations menu
Scroll = back to setting
SETTINGS
v
CONFIGURATION
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Settings (SETTINGS)
The settings menu allows you to view and modify (in W mode) some of the I.C.M. settings.
NUMBER OF UPS
N. v<NofUps> x <PUps> ↵
REDUNDANCY
N+v<RedLev>
↵
OUTPUT VOLTAGE
Vout v<VoutNom> V
↵
OUTPUT FREQ.
Fout v<FoutNom> Hz ↵
BATTERY PACK
Number v<BattPack>pcs ↵
EXT. BATTERY
Cap. v<BattCap> Ah
↵
EXT. CHARGER
I v<ExtRech> A
↵
TIME SETTING
v<hrs>hv<min>mv<sec>s↵
CHARGER PLUG-IN
I v< BC current > A
↵
ENT = go to next menu
Scroll = modify
DATE SETTING
v<day>/ v<mth> / v<yer> ↵
ENT = go to next menu
Scroll = modify
ENT = go to next menu
Scroll = modify
COM SETTING
N 8 1 v<ComSett>
↵
ENT = go to next menu
Scroll = modify
ENT = go to next menu
Scroll = modify
JBUS SETTING
v<JbusSet> Slave
↵
ENT = go to next menu
Scroll = modify
ENT = go to next menu
Scroll = modify
BUZZER ENABLED
Status v<BuzzerEn>
↵
ENT = go to next menu
Scroll = modify
ENT = go to next menu
Scroll = modify
BATTERY PARAM.
Type v< BattParam >
↵
ENT = go to next menu
Scroll = modify
ENT = go to next menu
Scroll = modify
CONVERTER MODE
Status v<ConvEn>
↵
ENT = go to next menu
Scroll = modify
ENT = go to next menu
Scroll = modify
ENT = go to next menu
Scroll = modify
ENT = go to next menu
Scroll = modify
AUTO-RESTART
Status v<AutoON>
↵
ENT = go to next menu
Scroll = modify
REMOTE COMMAND
Mode v<RemCmd>
↵
BATTERY TEST
Days v < Numb. of days > ↵
ENT = go to next menu
Scroll = modify
ENT = exit settings menu
Scroll = modify
All you have to do to modify any of the settings is to access the SETTINGS menu using in Write mode.
SETTINGS
↵
v
By pressing the ENT button again for a few seconds you access the next menu and the letter “W” appears at the
top right of the screen indicating that you can now modify the settings.
NUMBER OF UPS
N. v<NofUps> x <PUps>
ENT = go to next
Scroll = change parameters
w
↵
A confirmation request message will appear if any of the fields in the current menu have been modified.
Change param?
NO
ACRONYM
BattCap
ExtRech
Hrs
Min
Sec
BC current
Day
Mth
Year
ComSett
JbusSet
BuzzerEn
BattParam
ConvEn
AutoON
RemCmd
Numb. of days
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ENT = saves modification
Scroll = cancels modification
SETTING DESCRIPTION
No. of Ups
PUps
RedLev
VoutNom
FoutNom
BattPack
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YES
Identifies the number of UPS modules present in the system (1-2-3-4)
Automatically indicates the individual UPS power rating (1500-3000-4500-6000)
Indicates the system redundancy setting (0-1-2)
Indicates the system output voltage (208-220-230-240)
Indicates the system output frequency setting (50-60)
Indicates the total number of battery packs present in the system (Mod Power and Mod Battery)
(1…45)
Indicates external battery capacity (0 - 1…999) External battery cabinet used
Identifies the recharge current of the external battery charger (0 - 1…50)
External battery cabinet used
Indicates the time in hours (0…23)
Indicates the time in minutes (0…59)
Indicates the time in seconds (0…59)
Identifies the current of the plug-in battery charger/s inserted in the system (5 - 10…60)
N.B.: This window will appear only if there is at least one plug-in battery charger.
Indicates the day (1…29-30-31)
Indicates the month (1…12)
Indicates the year (2000…2099)
Indicates the 232 and 485 serial baud-rate setting (1200-2400-4800-9600)
Indicates the I.C.M. board address in JBUS-P (1…7)
Indicates buzzer status – active (1) or inactive (0)
Indicates battery connection (DEDICATED-COMMON)
Indicates system is operating as a converter (ON-OFF)
Indicates whether the automatic System start up once the minimum battery voltage has been
reached is on or off (ON-OFF)
Indicates whether the remote control function is on (ENABLE-DISABLE)
Indicates the time span for the battery test ( 0-1…180) (90) 0 = test disabled
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LIVE
SETTINGS
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
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The figures shown in bold indicate the factory settings.
The RESET column indicates that the configuration in question may be reset to zero by holding down the sroll key
(SCROLL) for a number of seconds.
The LIVE SETTINGS column shows the parameters that may be modified whilst the System is in operation (loads
being powered). All other parameters can only be modified when the Mod-Power is in stand-by mode (green L4 led
flashing)
N.B.: The auto restart configuration will automatically restart the system after a complete shutdown due to a
prolonged power failure.
If the ICM version is ≥ 3.01 (this can be checked on the PARAMETERS > CONFIGURATION menu) and all the
modules are enabled to operate in total auto restart mode (version ≥ 4.00 check the attached compliance
declaration), the system can restart without any operator assistance.
The following wait message will be displayed to check the conditions before activating the total auto restart mode:
Check
auto restart …
If the conditions are satisfactory, the system will restart automatically.
Configurations (CONFIGURATION)
The configurations menu allows you to view all the information relating firmware version of the System control and
the serial number, which must always be quoted whenever you require technical assistance.
The information displayed in this menu cannot be altered or modified.
SERIAL NUMBER
ICM=
ICM PARAMETERS
Ver
Cks
ENT = go to next menu
Scroll = go to next menu
MODULE N° PARAM.
Ver
Cks
ENT = go to next menu
Scroll = go to next menu
ENT = go to next menu
Scroll = go to next menu
4.1.10 Wait menus
There are a number of wait menus which indicate the occurrence of a particular set of circumstances. These are:
N.M.T. refresh
In progress…
•
This screen is displayed after the number of Mod-System modules has been modified using the
PARAMETERS menu.
START wait..
any key to ABORT
START wait.. <NumSec>s
any key to ABORT
•
ENT = no effect
Scroll = no effect
This screen is displayed just before the Mod System is completely shutdown due to the prolonged absence of
the mains power supply.
wait….
•
ENT = abort
Scroll = abort
ENT = no effect
Scroll = no effect
This screen is displayed during the Mod System STOP procedure
Switching Off
System wait…
•
ENT = abort
Scroll = abort
ENT = abort
Scroll = abort
This screen is displayed during the Mod-System START procedure
STOP wait… <NumSec>s
any key to ABORT
STOP wait… <NumSec>s
Imminent STOP !!
•
ENT = no effect
Scroll = no effect
ENT = no effect
Scroll = no effect
This screen is displayed whenever the Mod System is waiting in general (LED test).
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4.1.11 START procedure
Once all the connections have been made, the Mod-Power and Mod-Battery units have been installed, and the
parameters have been set, you can then proceed to switch on the system for the first time.
The I.C.M. system allows you to carry out a guided Start procedure that ensures that all the Mod-Power units
present are configured properly and automatically.
We recommend that you always carry out the procedure described below and that you do not try to switch
on the system using the individual Mod-Power units, even when inserting a new Mod-Power unit in an
already functioning Mod-System
Select the COMMANDS menu from the starting menu:
ENT = access the menu
Scroll = go to next menu (parameters)
COMMANDS
↵
v
COMMAND:
START PROCEDURE
Confirm?
NO
ENT = activates command
Scroll = go to next
↵
YES
ENT = carry out command and go to next menu
Scroll = abort command
If none of the Mod-Power units are in stand-by (green LED L4 flashing), the following message appears:
Press UPS ON key
ENT to continue
↵
ENT = continue
Scroll = no effect
Use the P2 button on the individual Mod-Power units and press ENT to confirm.
START wait..
Any key to ABORT
ENT = abort
Scroll = abort
This screen is displayed for a few seconds until communication with at least one of the Mod-Power units is
indicated on the screen.
START wait.. <NumSec>s
Any key to ABORT
ENT = abort
Scroll = abort
Indicates the time remaining until the procedure is finished. When this message appears on the screen, the L2-L3L4 LEDs on the Mod-Power unit and I.C.M. displays present will light up in sequence
This procedure can be interrupted at any time. Once the START procedure has finished, the operating mode of the
Mod-System will depend on the status of the mains power supply, as described in paragraph 5.
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5. DISPLAYS AND CONTROL
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LED lit
LED off
LED flashing
5.1
OPERATIONAL COMMANDS AND SIGNALS
5.1.1
Operating from the mains power supply
Buzzer
The following paragraph gives some examples of displays that are shown either on the Mod-Power display unit
or on the Mod-System display unit.
The I.C.M. system, in fact, gathers together and elaborates a whole range of information from each of the
individual UPS modules and displays this information on a local LCD display.
After the system has been connected to the mains power supply, MODULYS automatically activates the
internal battery charger. No LED is lit but the batteries are being recharged.
The mains power supply is normal and constant. The
batteries are being charged or are idle. This is normal
functioning.
O
I
Intelligent Communication Module display
O
Mod-Power display
I
The continuity of the power supply to your load is
guaranteed by the UPS
In normal conditions (i.e. where there is no alarm) the load power requirement can be viewed by pressing the P1
and P2 buttons on an individual UPS module for 3 seconds and counting the number of times the green LED
flashes. The load requirement is given as a percentage of the rated output of the UPS with each flash representing
a step of 10% (e.g. 4 flashes = from 31 to 40%).
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5.1.2 Operating from the battery (blackout)
O
I
Intelligent Communication Module display
O
I
Following a blackout in the mains power supply, or when
the mains power supply is outside acceptable limits, the
UPS automatically switches over to battery mode, without
any disturbance to the power supply to the load being
fed.
An acoustic and visual signal warns the user that the
UPS has switched over to battery mode.
The yellow “battery in use” LED (LED3) and the red
general alarm LED (LED1) are both lit.
An intermittent acoustic signal warns the user that the
UPS has switched to battery mode, in case the UPS is
not directly in the line of sight of the user. This alarm may
be turned off by pressing any of the buttons on the
System display.
The I.C.M. display shows this information if all of the
Mod-Power units indicates that there is an anomaly in
the mains power supply.
The power supply to your load is STILL being supplied.
Mod-Power display
IIII
O
I
When there has been a prolonged blackout in the mains
power supply and the battery is just about to run out, the
system clearly indicates that it is in “battery low” status
and that it is about to shutdown.
The acoustic buzzer starts sounding and it can no longer
be turned off.
It is recommended that you shut down the loads at this
point unless, of course, the automatic shutdown
procedure (shutdown) has already been activated using
the specific software installed on the computer for that
purpose.
Intelligent Communication Module display
IIIII
O
Mod-Power display
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The system immediately reverts to normal functioning as
soon as the mains power supply returns to normal.
The continuity of the power supply to your load IS
guaranteed by the UPS, and the batteries are being
recharged.
O
I
Intelligent Communication Module display
O
I
Mod-Power display
O
I
If the blackout in the mains power supply persists, the
UPS continues to supply power to the load until the
batteries completely run out or until the system is
shutdown by the automatic shutdown software.
The output is disconnected until the power supply returns.
The red LED1 indicates that the batteries have run out
and that the system is about to be shutdown as a result.
As soon as the mains power supply returns the UPS
automatically starts functioning again (this function may
deactivated using the PARAMETERS menu).
Intelligent Communication Module display
O
I
There is NO power supply to your load.
Mod-Power display
N.B: Shutdown due to low battery power is controlled via software in order to protect the accumulators against slow
discharge. This means that the battery failure voltage may vary depending on the load.
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5.1.3 Anomalies in Mod-Power functioning
If the red LED1 is lit for any reason, you can find out which alarm this corresponds to by pressing the P1 and
P2 buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds and counting the number of times the LED flashes. This
corresponds to the code of the alarm in question.
However, it is recommended that you verify this by checking the ALARMS menu in the I.C.M. display, as this
shows the codes corresponding to the principal types of anomaly that may occur.
IIIII
O
I
Mod-Power display
2 Consecutive flashes:
Input and/or by-pass voltage anomaly.
3 Consecutive flashes:
By-pass overload stop.
4 Consecutive flashes:
Internal overheating.
5 Consecutive flashes:
Anomaly at the booster stage.
The improper use alarms identify
problem situations that have been
brought about by the user and which may
prejudice the operation of the UPS.
Whenever an improper use alarm arises,
consult the user manual to ensure that
the system is being used correctly (i.e.
within the parameters allowed) or contact
your nearest customer service centre for
help and assistance.
6 Consecutive flashes:
Anomaly at the inverter stage (or selective cut-off).
7 Consecutive flashes:
Battery low (battery test failed).
8 Consecutive flashes:
Battery voltage too high.
9 Consecutive flashes:
Improper use (output / load).
10 Consecutive flashes:
Improper use (mains power supply / by-pass).
11 Consecutive flashes:
Improper use (battery).
12 Consecutive flashes:
Improper use (temperature)
The continuity of the power supply to your load is
guaranteed, but there is a slight risk that the service may
be interrupted and/or performance impaired.
Continuous flashing:
Inverter overload.
Your load is being powered by the emergency by-pass but
the continuity of this power supply is not guaranteed.
Reset alarms
To reset any of the above anomalies press the P2 button
for approx. 3 secs. or use the I.C.M. reset command.
The system will continue to provide a constant,
guaranteed power supply as long as the cause of the
anomaly has been removed.
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DESCRIPTION OF OPERATING ANOMALIES
RED L1 LED FLASHES
PROBABLE CAUSES / REMEDIES:
2 consecutive flashes:
Input and/or By-pass voltage error.
The UPS indicates that the input voltage on the mains and/or the
by-pass line is above/below the accepted parameters. Check the
voltage and frequency on the mains and on the by-pass.
3 consecutive flashes:
Failure due to By-pass overload.
The UPS indicates that the inverter has failed due to an overload
and/or output short circuit and/or Back-feed protection. Reset the
alarms and check that the load does not exceed the nominal
capacity of the UPS.
4 consecutive flashes:
Internal temperature too high.
The UPS indicates inverter shutdown due to overheating. Check
that the air vents are not obstructed, check the temperature in the
room where the UPS is installed and reset the alarms.
5 consecutive flashes:
Voltage boost stage error.
The UPS indicates an error in the voltage boost stage. Reset the
alarms and if necessary, contact the customer service centre.
6 consecutive flashes :
Inverter stage error
(or selective disconnection).
The UPS indicates an error in the inverter stage. Reset the alarms
and if necessary contact the customer service centre.
7 consecutive flashes:
Battery low (battery test failed).
The UPS indicates that the automatic test indicated low battery
power. Contact the customer service centre for further information
and to replace the battery packs.
8 consecutive flashes:
Battery voltage too high.
The UPS indicates that the battery charger is not working correctly.
Reset the alarms and if necessary contact the customer service
centre.
9 consecutive flashes:
Improper use (output / load).
The UPS indicates the constant occurrence of output overloads.
Check the devices connected to the output and rest the alarms.
10 consecutive flashes:
Improper use (mains / By-pass).
The UPS indicates that the input mains and/or by-pass line are not
very stable (in terms of voltage and frequency). Check the input
and by-pass voltage and reset the alarms.
11 consecutive flashes:
Improper use (battery).
12 consecutive flashes:
Improper use (temperature).
Continuous flashing:
Inverter overloaded.
The UPS indicates repeated battery failure due to unstable mains
supply. Check the unit power supply and rest the alarms.
The UPS indicates that internal overheating has occurred several
times. Check that the air vents are not obstructed, check the
temperature in the room where the UPS is installed and reset the
alarms.
The UPS indicates a permanent 100% overload. Reduce the load
to avoid malfunction.
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5.2
SWITCHING THE MOD-SYSTEM AND MOD-POWER OFF
The I.C.M. system has been specially designed to allow you to shutdown the Mod-System in a controlled manner.
It does this by sending external information to the loads that are connected to the system to ensure that they are
shutdown safely.
It is recommended that you always use the following procedure and that you do not try to shutdown the system
using the individual Mod-Power units themselves.
5.2.1
STOP procedure
ENT = access menu
Scroll = go to next menu (parameters)
COMMANDS
↵
v
COMMAND:
STOP PROCEDURE
Confirm?
NO
ENT = carries out command
Scroll = go to next
↵
YES
ENT = carries out command and goes to next menu
Scroll = abort command
Confirming the command activates the controlled shutdown procedure:
STOP wait… <NumSec>s
any key to ABORT
ENT = abort
Scroll = abort
The above screen is displayed for the first 20 seconds. The procedure can be interrupted at any time during this
period by pressing any of the buttons on the display.
STOP wait… <NumSec>s
Imminent STOP !!
ENT = no effect
Scroll = no effect
After this initial 20-second period it is NO longer possible to interrupt the procedure!
At this point all equipment connected to the UPS will be shutdown.
After the STOP procedure has finished the Mod-Power units are in stand-by (green L4 LED flashing) and there is
no power supply to the load. To switch the Mod-Power units off completely press the P1 button for approx. 10 secs.
until the L4 LED switches off. To switch the I.C.M. off open the tri-polar fuse carrier (F5-F6-F7).
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It is, of course, possible to switch individual Mod-Power units off by using the OFF button “0”. However, by
switching the system off in this way, the external information required to safeguard the loads connected to the
system, and the level of redundancy that is required, are not guaranteed.
Switching an individual Mod-Power unit off manually is indicated as an alarm by the I.C.M. whatever operating
mode the other modules are in at the time.
Partial shutdown with mains power supply present
The Mod-Power unit may be partially shutdown when the
mains power supply is present by pressing the OFF button
“0” for approx. 5 secs.
O
I
Intelligent Communication Module display
IIIII
O
I
ATTENTION!
The shutdown is only partial, as the control circuits and
microprocessors responsible for recharging the batteries
are still operative. (Stand-by condition)
Partial shutdown with mains power supply absent
The Mod-power unit may be partially shutdown when the
mains power supply is switched off (or absent) by pressing
the OFF button “0” for approx. 5 secs.
ATTENTION!
The shutdown is only partial, as the control circuit is still
operative.
Mod-Power display
Total shutdown
The Mod-Power unit may be completely shutdown by
pressing the OFF button “0” for more than 7 seconds.
O
I
Intelligent Communication Module display
O
Mod-Power display
I
ATTENTION!
This means that the control circuits will be switched off
and that the communication with ICM will be inactive as a
result.
It is only recommended to shut down the system in this
way when the UPS will be inactive for a considerable
period of time.
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5.3
TEST PROCEDURE
5.3.1
Battery test
Thanks to its sophisticated diagnostic systems, the UPS carries out a battery test completely automatically every
90 days (this parameter can be changed from the SETTING menu).
The test can also be activated manually from the ICM command menu (assuming that the conditions registered in
each individual Mod-Power unit allow this test to go ahead).
The battery test can also be activated via software, if it is able to receive commands.
The conditions required to carry out the test are: battery power at over 95% for at least 0,5 hours, By-pass OK, no
alarm present, load more than 30%.
The battery test is run by the UPS for a maximum of 2 minutes and does not in any way affect the power to the
load.
The automatic test checks whether the batteries are still operating efficiently and informs the user if they need to
be changed in order to guarantee the correct functioning of the UPS.
If the batteries fail the test this is indicated by an alarm (see the alarm section).
5.4
COMMUNICATION
All models in the MODULYS SYSTEM range are provided with a series of Jbus protocol RS232/RS485 serial
communication interfaces.
A number of optional communication and display accessories are also available:
• remote multi-lingual LCD panel to connect via RS485 serial line
• NET-VISION network board for controlling the system via a TCP/IP protocol LAN, and for the remote shutdown
of the system, to be inserted in one of the communication slots.
• relay board with 3 additional volt free signal outputs and an isolated input for operating condition alarms, to be
inserted in one of the communication slots.
• advanced communication board (ACB) with 4 operating conditions alarm inputs and a second RS232 port, to
be inserted in one of the communication slots.
All of these communication boards can be easily installed thanks to the communication slots found on the rear of
each model
1° slot
2° slot
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5.4.1 RS232/RS485 Interface
Communication with the server can be achieved either directly by using an RS232 interface, or by connecting the
UPS directly to a LAN.
As well as being able to shutdown the system locally or over the network, it is also possible to monitor the complete
range of data relating to the state of the batteries, and to program the automatic start-up and shutdown of the UPS.
The LAN monitoring process uses the TCP/IP protocol, thus allowing you to use an ordinary WEB browser to
monitor the UPS from any point within the network.
To connect the UPS using an RS232 interface (pins 2, 3 and 5) the appropriate cable normally supplied with the
optional software must be used. Please refer to the appropriate user manual for a complete description of how NetVision or other similar communication accessories work.
DB9 serial connector pin out identified as “COMMUNICATION PORT”
Pin
1 = Not connected
2 = RX for RS232
3 = TX for RS232
4 = Data + (RS485)
5 = GND for RS232
6 = Data - (RS485)
7 = Not connected
8 = Not connected
9 = +12V
5.4.2 Using the signal relays
All MOD-Systems auxiliary terminal boards have 4 signal relays allowing you to connect non-live contacts for
remote signals/displays.
The relay contacts are independent and
have a common COM contact. They may
either be connected NO or NC.
COM NC NO
K1
K3
The maximum
voltage that can
K1 Relay Contact
be applied to the
By-pass on mains power supply: the UPS is contacts is
operating using the internal by-pass
250Va/c. The
maximum current
K2 Relay Contact
General alarm: one or more alarms have been for each contact
is 500ma.
activated
PIN LAYOUT
K3 Relay Contact
Mains power supply absent: the UPS is
operating in battery mode
K2
K4
AUXILIARY TERMINAL BOARD
K4 Relay Contact
Battery almost out: only a few minutes remain
before system shutdown due to low battery
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5.4.3 Relays board Option
In addition to the 4 standard contacts an optional board is also available to be inserted into the slot. This board can
control up to 3 non-live contacts for further signals as well as being able to control the input from an external
system such as a B.M.S.
PIN LAYOUT
The relay contacts can either be
configured NO (standard) or NC using
pin 4 K1 Relay Contact
the jumper present on the board.
pin 5 K1 Relay Contact
pin 3 K2 Relay Contact
pin 7 K2 Relay Contact
pin 2 K3 Relay Contact
pin 1 K3 Relay Contact
pin 6 Positive + IA
pin 8 Return –IA
The maximum voltage that can be applied to the contacts is 60Vdc and the maximum current is 500mA.
DB 9 Pin
4-5
3-7
2-1
Signals
K1 Reserved for the external battery charger
K2 Overheating (via optional sensor)
K3 Reserved for the external battery charger
NC
1-2
1-2
1-2
NO
2-3
2-3
2-3
JUMPERS
XJ1
XJ2
XJ3
Where required, it is also possible to use a remote external contact for operating condition alarms. This should be
connected to the IA input. To activate the signal, the external contact must be closed between pins 6 and 8. When
this occurs, the alarm is indicated and transmitted using the code: “A39 alarm” (EXTERNAL ALARM 2).
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5.4.4 ACB Card Option
An optional card is available for insertion in the slot and able to control 4 external contacts, 1 zero potential contact
and an enhanced buzzer.
The operation can be performed while the UPS is operating, using the ICM.
The ACB card is compatible with Moduly systems from version 3.00 onwards (check PARAMETERS >
CONFIGURATION > ICM PARAMETERS to see the software version).
ACB Card
Jumper XJ5
Buzzer jumper
Jumper XJ4
Jumper XJ3
Buzzer
Jumper XJ2
Pin
External Contacts
Diagram of the DB9 serial connector on the ACB card
Pin Legend
1 = Common relay
2 = Relay dry contact
3 = Not connected
4 = Contact 1
5 = Not connected
6 = Contact 2
7 = Contact 3
8 = Contact 4
9 = Common contacts
Functions available on the ACB card:
•
•
•
N° 4 external contacts to monitor technological devices. The contact of each input must be of zero potential
and must activate an alarm after it has been closed for 3 seconds.
Enhanced Buzzer (with an oscillation frequency equal to 2s) N.B. the buzzer may be activated/deactivated
using jumper XJ1.
Dry contact relay (general alarm) available between pin1 and pin 2.
To select the relay dry contact configuration, close XJ3 on pins 2-3, open XJ4 and open XJ5.
The contact can usually be opened or closed using jumper XJ2.
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HOW TO INSTALL THE ACB CARD ON THE MODULYS SYSTEMS
1) Switch off the ICM by opening the fuse carriers 10X38 2A (F5-F6-F7) on the back of the system.
2) Insert the card in its slot without connecting the I/O DB9 connector
3) Switch the ICM on, by closing the fuse carriers 10X38 2A (F5-F6-F7) on the back of the system (during the
start up phase, the software automatically senses the presence of the ACB card and activates a number of
windows in the SETTING menu).
4) Configure the card appropriately using the specific PARAMETERS>SETTING menus.
The following information is displayed on the configuration of the card inputs:
ACB INPUT 1
LEVEL v ______
↵
ACB INPUT 1
DELAY v ______ S
↵
ACB INPUT 2
LEVEL v ______
↵
ACB INPUT 2
DELAY v ______ S
↵
ACB INPUT 3
LEVEL v ______
↵
ACB INPUT 3
DELAY v ______ S
↵
ACB INPUT 4
LEVEL v ______
↵
ACB INPUT 4
DELAY v ______ S
↵
All the inputs can be configured using the following parameters on the controller menu: level: HIGH/LOW, delay:
1...120 s [default: level=HIGH, delay=3 s]
HIGH means that the contact must be closed to activate the alarm.
LOW means that the contact must be open to activate the alarm.
5) The ACB card functions can now be used via the DB9 connector.
HOW TO UNINSTALL THE ACB CARD ON THE SYSTEM
1) Switch the ICM off by opening the fuse carriers 10X38 2A (F5-F6-F7) on the back of the system. Remove the
ACB card from its slot.
2) Switch the ICM on (the software no longer senses the presence of the ACB card during start up).
3) The system now operates normally without the ACB card.
ALARMS
The contacts on the card activate the following alarms:
Contact 1 (pin 9- pin 4). If active, this indicates alarms A07 Ups overheated + A00 General alarm displayed on the
ICM screen.
Contact 2 (pin 9- pin 6). If active, this indicates alarms A39 External alarm 2 + A00 General alarm displayed on
the ICM screen.
Contact 3 (pin 9- pin 7). If active, this indicates alarms A40 External alarm 3 + A00 General alarm displayed on
the ICM screen.
Contact 4 (pin 9- pin 8). If active, this indicates alarms A41 External alarm 4 + A00 General alarm displayed on
the ICM screen
If the card is removed after the system has recognised its presence, the following alarms will appear: A00 General
alarm and A20 Configuration corrupted.
REMEDIES FOR MINOR FAULTS
If the card is inserted when the system has still not sensed its presence, the following alarms will appear: A00
General alarm and A39 External alarm 2.
If this happens, follow the instructions on how to install the ACB card on the Modulys system.
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6. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Mod-Power technical specifications
1500VA
Power
Technology
Input
230V (1ph) ± 20%
(up to -30% with 70% rated input)
Input voltage
Frequency
Power factor
Input current
Output
Output voltage (Vout)
Voltage distortion
Output frequency (Fout)
Automatic By pass
Overload (mains power supply present)
AC/AC efficiency
Crest factor
Compliance with regulations
Standard
Safety regulations / EMC
Electromagnetic emissions
Operating specifications
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Relative humidity RH
Maximum altitude (above sea level)
Heat diss. in Watt/(BTU/hr) at 100% of the load
* on frequency converter mode Pout = 70%Pnom
**@ 208V Pout = 90% Pnom
***with output cables up to 10 meters
AUTONOMY
EXPANDABLE UP TO
STD
MAX
POWER
BACKUP
VA
Minute Minute
VA
Minutes
3000
8
65*
4500
8
52*
6000
8
35*
3000
8
65*
4500
8
52*
6000
8
35*
1500
8
120
4500
25
3000
8
65
9000
8
1500
8
180
6000
25
3000
8
110
6000
40
4500
8
100
13500
12
6000
8
65
12000
23
6000
8
66
18000
12
6000
8
100
12000
40
9000
8
60
18000
18
12000
8
40
24000
12
9000
8
100
18000
30
12000
8
65
24000
23
3000VA
4500VA
6000VA
1500VA / 1050W*
3000VA / 2100W*
4500VA / 3150W*
6000VA / 4200W
On line double conversion VFI (Voltage and Frequency Independent)
230V (1ph) or 400V (3ph + N) ± 20%
(up to -30% with 70% rated input)
45-65Hz
>0.98
Sinusoidal absorption
230V (1ph) ± 3% (can be set at 208**/220/240V)
3% on a linear load
50Hz or 60Hz ± 2% (± 0.1% in battery mode)
Voltage selected ± 15% - frequency selected ± 2%
(110% for 5 minutes) (130% for 10 seconds) (200% for 5 cycles)
88-90% On line mode
3:1
European UPS standard EN62040 and EN60950
EN60950-1, EN62040-1/EN62040-2
EN62040-2 category C1***
EN62040-2 category C2***
0°C +40°C (32°F-104°F)
for extended battery life from 15°C to 25°C (from 59°F to 77°F )
-5 +50°C (23-122°F)
0 – 90% without condensation
1000mt (3.300ft) without derating (maximum 3000 meters – 10.000ft)
145/(495)
260/(887)
350/(1195)
520/(1774)
Mod-TW30
Mod-TW45
Mod-TW60
Mod-RK30
Mod-RK45
Mod-RK60
Mod-RM 315
Mod-RM 330
Mod-MC 415
Mod-MC 430
Mod-MC645
Mod-MC 660
Mod-MC 660 six
Mod-MC 960
Mod-MC 990
Mod-MC 912 six
Mod-EB 1290
Mod-EB 1212 six
Equipment/Accessories (
=standard =optional
Serial Interface RS232/485 ***
Signalling contact relays (4 contacts)
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Slot for communication PCB
Relay interface card per slot (3 contacts)
Advance communication board
Net Vision WEB/SNMP adaptor
Remote LCD display
-**
-**
Separate input for AUX power supply (by-pass )
Galvanic isolation transformer
Temperature sensor
* Back up capacity is achieved by using additional cabinets with dedicated battery charger. **Standard on Mod-TW45/60 and Mod-RK45/60. ***RS485 available
on 4500, 6000VA and Mod-System
MOD-RM3XX
MOD-MC4XX
MOD-MC6XX
MOD-MC9XX
MOD-EB12XX
Model
Frame
3 slot
4 slot
6 slot
9 slot
12 slot
Configurations allowed*
1500
1→3
1→4
1→4
1→4
1→4
3000
1→3
1→3
1→4
1→4
1→4
4500
/
1→2
1→4
1→4
1→4
6000
/
/
1→3
1→4
1→4
Dimension (LxPxH)
19” x 550 mm x 12U
550x625x760mm
550x625x1026mm
550x625x1425mm
550x625x1824mm
Weight empty
37kg
73kg
94kg
130kg
160kg
Weight max
135
210
310
470
630
Connections
Input
Terminals (1ph)
Terminals (1ph)– (3ph)
AUX power supply input
Terminals (1ph)
Terminals (1ph)
Output
Terminals e 2 socket IEC 320 16A
Terminals (1ph)
Power share socket
Terminals e 1 socket IEC 320 10A
Terminals (1ph)
Operating specs
noise
52dB @ 1mt
60dB @ 1mt
Heat Diss. (BTU / hr)
2700
1800
5400
7200
7200
*If a disallowed configuration is implemented, or if different power modules are used, the ICM will not enable system start up.
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7. MAINTENANCE
!
•
The UPS generates DANGEROUS levels of electricity inside its casing. All
maintenance work must be carried out SOLELY AND EXCLUSIVELY by
authorised personnel.
Optimum performance is achieved when the UPS is connected to the power supply all the time (24
hours a day). This ensures that the batteries are kept fully charged.
If you are not going to use your UPS for a prolonged period of time it is a good idea to charge up the
batteries completely before switching the UPS off (mains power supply present for eight consecutive
hours).
•
Whilst the UPS is inactive, it is a good idea to charge the batteries for 24 hours at least once a month.
7.1
TROUBLESHOOTING
This paragraph describes some of the problems that are more likely to occur from time to time, that may
compromise the performance of your UPS system, and attempts to identify wherever possible their possible
causes and solutions.
Some of the problems that may occur at Mod-Power level are indicated, together with their possible solutions, as
well as the kinds of display that may be indicated on the I.C.M. display should a malfunction occur.
!
IMPORTANT: Please contact your nearest customer service centre and provide full details
of the problem if you are unable to resolve the problem or it occurs again frequently after
following the steps to remedy it have been carried out.
The Mod-Power unit DOES NOT SWITCH ON
PROBABLE CAUSE:
SOLUTION:
1) The on button has not been 1) Follow the start-up procedure carefully.
pressed sufficiently long enough.
2) Ensure that the Battery Pack connector is correctly connected and
2) The internal batteries (Battery
the Mod-Power unit has been inserted correctly into its bay.
Pack) are not connected
The Mod-Power unit OPERATES ON BATTERY POWER EVEN WITH THE MAINS VOLTAGE PRESENT
PROBABLE CAUSE:
SOLUTION:
1) There is no current at the socket
1) Connect the system to a socket which has power or ensure that the
the Mod-System is connected to.
plug is inserted properly.
2) Mod-Power not inserted correctly.
2) Ensure that it has been inserted properly and that the screws
3) The mains power supply voltage
holding it in place are present.
and/or frequency are out of
3) No solution required as the UPS is designed to operate in “battery
tolerance.
mode” whenever the mains power supply voltage or frequency is
outside the acceptable limits.
BACK-UP LESS THAN EXPECTED
PROBABLE CAUSE:
1) Batteries not fully charged.
2) Batteries not efficient.
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Mod-Power/Mod-System LOCKS
PROBABLE CAUSE:
1) Overload.
2) Overheating.
I.C.M. Error
DISPLAY
HW FAILURE
Error I2C bus
↵
EEprom ERROR
WR default val.
↵
Safe RAM ERROR !
WR default val.
↵
I.C.M. Error
DISPLAY
TRAP ERROR !
code: 0x<Code>
↵
ADC ERROR !
Vref. FAILURE
↵
SOLUTION:
1) Ensure that the load applied does not exceed the maximum
allowed.
2) Ensure that the room temperature does not exceed 40° C. Ensure
that the UPS is at least 20 cm away from the surrounding walls and
that the ventilation openings are not obstructed and that there is no
source of heat near the UPS.
SOLUTION:
To reactivate the UPS whenever one of the messages on the left
appears, all you need to do is to press the ENT button, checking that
the settings in the PARAMETERS menu are in line with what was set
when the system was installed.
Please contact your nearest customer service centre if this display
reappears.
SOLUTION:
If, on the other hand, one of these messages should appear, open the
tri-polar (F5-F6-F7) fuse carrier situated at the top at the rear of the
Mod-System and close it again.
This should reactivate normal functioning but if it doesn’t, please
contact your nearest customer service centre.
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7.2
EXTERNAL MANUAL BY-PASS
MODULYS allows you to install an external manual by-pass in order to carry out maintenance work on the system.
The connections that need to be carried out are shown in the following diagram:
ATTENTION: the installation of the manual by-pass requires the auxiliary contact on the
by-pass panel to be connected to the M1 terminal of the I.C.M., as described in paragraph
3.
!
The following procedure to effect the manual by-pass should then be carried out:
ENT = access the menu
Scroll = go to next menu (parameters)
COMMANDS
↵
v
COMMAND:
Extended
Confirm?
NO
ENT = go to the second level commands menu
Scroll = exit the commands menu
↵
YES
COMMAND:
LOAD ON MAINS
Confirm?
NO
YES
ENT = carry out the command and go to next menu
Scroll = go to next menu
↵
ENT = carry out command
Scroll = go to next menu
ENT = carry out command and go to next menu
Scroll = go to next menu
When the command is confirmed the system is switched over to the auxiliary power supply, as indicated by the
intermittent flashing of the L2 LED on the I.C.M. and Mod-Power displays.
When this occurs switch the Q1 isolator on the external manual by-pass panel ON and then switch the Q2 and Q3
isolators off.
The Mod-System is disconnected from the load concerned and it is therefore possible to carry out the
necessary maintenance work.
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The following procedure should be carried out to return to normal functioning after the manual by-pass has been
switched on.
ATTENTION: ensure that the by-pass panel auxiliary contact is connected to the M1
terminal of the I.C.M., as described in paragraph 3.
!
•
•
Switch on Q2 isolator that provides the power supply to the Mod-System and activate the START procedure.
Select the COMMANDS menu from the starting menu.
ENT = access the menu
Scroll = go to next menu (parameters)
COMMANDS
↵
v
COMMAND:
Extended
Confirm?
NO
ENT = go to the second level commands menu
Scroll = exit the commands menu
↵
COMMAND:
LOAD ON MAINS
Confirm?
NO
ENT = carry out command and go to next menu
Scroll = go to next menu
YES
YES
↵
ENT = carry out command
Scroll = go to next menu
ENT = carry out command and go to next menu
Scroll = go to next menu
When the command is confirmed the system is switched over to the auxiliary power supply, as indicated by the
intermittent flashing of the L2 LED on the I.C.M. and Mod-Power displays.
When this occurs, switch the Q3 isolator on the external manual by-pass panel ON and then switch the Q1 isolator
off.
As soon as this is done the Mod-System reconnects to the load in question and normal functioning is resumed, as
indicated by the green L4 LED being on (refer to paragraph 5).
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