1. INTRODUCTION
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28-2CLA000007
This series is a compact and fully pure sinewave line interactive UPS, and
designed for critical application and environment, such as desktops, servers,
workstations, and other networking equipments. This model is available in the
output ratings of 750, 1000, 1500, 2000, and 3000VA. This series protects
your sensitive electronic equipments against power problems including power
sags, spike, brownouts, line noise, and blackouts.
This series is designed for two-in-one form factor; it can be placed either in
Rack 2U or Tower. The front panel of the UPS includes LED indicators and
four push buttons (Power Switch, UPS Test/Silence, Configure, and Enter)
which allows for easy monitoring, configuration and control, AC line-in,
notification of site wiring fault and output load status of the UPS. It also
includes four LED bar graphic (Load/Battery Level Indication); two status
indications (On AC, On Battery); five alarm indications (Overload, Over
Temperature, Site Wiring Fault, Battery Fault, Self Test Failure). A push
button from the front panel allows silencing of the AC fail alarm and the
initiation of the UPS self test sequence as well. The UPS case for NET-750
ART ~ NET-2000 XRT is made of plastic as well as NET-3000 XRT is made
of metal.
This series is powered from the AC mains and supply AC outputs via
receptacles on the rear panel. Communication and control to the unit is
available through serial or USB ports located on the rear panel. The serial
port will support communications directly with a server. The communications
protocol for the serial ports shall conform to true RS232 interface.
Features:
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Microprocessor control guarantees high reliability
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High frequency design
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Built-in boost and buck AVR
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User replaceable design for NET-1500 XRT or above
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Selectable output range and line sensitive
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Cold startup capability
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Built-in Dry contact/RS-232/USB communication port
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SNMP allows for web-based remote or monitoring management
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Enable to extend runtime with scalable external battery pack for
NET-1500 XRT or above
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Overload, Short-circuit, and overheat protection
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Rack/Tower 2 in 1 Design
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19” rack mount available for all models
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2. SAFETY INSTRUCTION – CAUTION
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS - This Manual
Contains Important Instructions that should be followed during
Installation and Maintenance of the UPS and Batteries.
WARNING: Do not attempt to repair and service this UPS. This UPS
contains high voltages which could cause the risk of electrical shock.
Even this UPS is disconnected from the electrical outlet, the dangerous
voltage still may be present through the battery. All maintenance and
battery replacement should be performed by qualified service
personnel only.
1. This UPS should be placed indoors with adequate airflow and free of
contamination. Install or operate it in a clean and indoor environment, free
from moisture, flammable liquids, and direct sunlight. Ambient temperature
range must be 0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F).
2. This UPS is designed for Commercial/Industrial use only. It is not
intended for use with life support application and other designated
“life-critical” devices.
3. Do not remove the input power cord when this UPS is turned on. This
removes the safety ground from this UPS and the equipment connected to
the UPS.
4. Turn off this UPS and disconnect input power cord before battery
replacement.
5. Battery contains high short-circuit current. Replacing or servicing the
battery should be performed and supervised by qualified service personnel
knowledgeable of batteries and required precautions.
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Remove watches and all jewelry
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Use tools with insulated handles
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Wear rubber gloves and boots.
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Do not lay tools or metal parts on top of batteries.
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Disconnect charging source prior to connecting or
disconnecting battery terminals.
6. When replacing the batteries, use the appropriate replacement battery kits,
same number and type of battery are MUST.
7. Do not open or mutilate the battery. Released electrolyte is harmful to skin
and eyes and may be toxic.
8. Do not dispose of battery in a fire. Battery may explode. Proper disposal of
battery is required. Please refer to your local laws and regulations for
disposal requirements.
9. To reduce the risk of fire, use only No. 26 AWG or larger
telecommunication line cord.
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2. SAFETY INSTRUCTION – CAUTION
10. This UPS contains high voltages which may cause the risk of electric
shock. Do not remove cover. There are no user replaceable parts inside
this UPS. Please contact your local dealer or distributor for service.
11. To reduce the risk of fire, connect to a circuit provided with 1.25(at least
20A) amperes maximum branch circuit over-current protection in
accordance with the National Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA.
12. This pluggable type A equipment with battery already installed by the
supplier is operator installable and may be operated by laymen.
13. During the installation of this equipment it should be assured that the sum
of the leakage currents of the UPS and the connected loads does not
exceed 3.5mA.
14. Attention, hazardous through electric shock. Also with disconnection of
this unit from the mains, hazardous voltage still may be accessible
through supply from battery. The battery supply should be therefore
disconnected in the plus and minus pole of the battery when maintenance
or service work inside the UPS is necessary.
15. The mains socket outlet that supplies the UPS should be installed near
the UPS and easily accessible.
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2. SAFETY INSTRUCTION – CAUTION
2.1
Description of Commonly Used Symbols
Symbol & Description
Symbol
Description
Alert you to pay special attention
Caution of high voltage
Alternating current source(AC)
Direct current source(DC)
Protective ground
Recycle
Keep UPS in a clear area
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3. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
Front Panel —
No.
Function
Description
1
Switch
ON/OFF
2
Switch
Self-Test/ Alarm Silence
3
Switch
Config
4
Switch
Enter
5
LED
Input Type(Operating Mode)
6
LED
Voltage Range
7
LED
Bad Battery
8
LED
Overload
9
LED
Fault
10
LED
PCB Fail (or Site Fault)
11
LED
Battery Mode
12
LED
Line Mode
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14
LED
LED
Capacity of Load
Capacity of Battery
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1.
SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
Power Switch:
- To turn on the UPS, press the
button for more than three seconds
- To turn off the UPS, press and hold this button until the UPS beep ceases.
2. UPS Test/ Alarm Silence:
- The battery is fully charged during in line mode. To perform self-test
button for five seconds.
function, press and hold the
- To disable alarm buzzer, press this button for a second that will turn off
the alarm buzzer. Each time a new alarm event is encountered the
alarm that will sound and press this button to turn off the alarm.
Note: If unable to disable alarm buzzer it may be due to one of the
following conditions: Low Battery, Overload, Fan Failed, Fan Fault
Time Out, Over Temperature.
3.
Configure:
To reconfigure the internal UPS setup options, follow the procedure as
below:
Step 1: Press the Configure
button for more than three seconds.
Then UPS will transfer from configure mode to “output voltage mode”.
Step2: Press the Configure
button for more than one second, the UPS
allows you to select the “output voltage mode” one by one.
button for more than
Step3: After selecting the mode, press the Enter
three seconds, the “output voltage mode” is configured.
Step4: UPS will automatically transfer from configure mode to “operating
mode”.
Step5: Press the Configure
button for more than one second; the UPS
will allow you to select the “operating mode” one by one.
Step6: After selecting the mode, press the
seconds, the “operating mode” is configured.
button for more than three
4. Enter:
Press the
button after you choose the mode.
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SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
Input Type (Operating Mode) LED:
z Normal mode: The Yellow LED indicator will illuminate during normal
mode, the UPS accepts AC input voltage range from +/-20%.
z Generator: No change to voltage window. However, the low frequency
transfer point is changed to 40Hz and there is no limitation for high
frequency transfer point.
z Wide range: The LED indicator will illuminate, the UPS accepts AC
input voltage range from -30% ~ +20%.
6. Voltage Range (Output Voltage Mode) LED:
UPS Output voltages selection: 110VAC/120VAC/127VAC or
220VAC/230VAC/240VAC.
7. Bad Battery LED:
The LED indicator will light up when the battery is failed or if the
battery is disconnected, and will flash every two seconds. Please
check your battery connection; replace the battery or contact your
local dealer for a battery replacement kit.
8.
Overload LED:
The LED indicator will light up when the UPS overload timeout.
9.
Fault LED:
The LED indicator will light up when the UPS fails/overload is
timeout /or short-output.
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SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
10. PCB FAIL LED(or SITE FAULT LED):
z PCB FAIL LED: the LED indicator will light up when the power module
of UPS fails.
z SITE FAULT LED: the LED indicator will light up when UPS is plugged
into an improper utility
Note: “SITE FAULT” function is only available for 120Vac models.
11. BAT Mode LED (Battery Mode):
The LED indicator will flash every five seconds when the UPS is providing
battery power to your equipment. On the other hand, the LED indicator
gives you a warning when the battery is low, by flashing every two seconds.
12. Line Mode LED:
The line LED indicator illuminates when the AC source is present.
13. Capacity of Load LED:
z Load Indicator: The
LED indicator and the load level indicator
will illuminate to show the load level.
z Load Level Indicator:
There are four LED bar graphic to indicate the percentage of UPS
load capacity which is being used by the protected equipment. The
greater the load, the more LED indicators that will be illuminated.
Each LED indicator designates a 25% of the UPS output capacity.
Please see the following load level respectively.
‹ 0 ~ 25%: 1st LED indicator
‹ 26% ~ 50%: 1st and 2nd LEDs indicator
‹ 51% ~ 75% : 1st, 2nd, and 3rd LEDs indicator
‹ 76% ~ 100%: All of four LED indicators will illuminate
14. Capacity of Battery LED:
z Battery Indicator: The
LED indicator and battery level indicator will
illuminate to show battery level.
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SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
Battery Level Indicator:
There are four LED bar graphic to indicate the amount of battery
capacity remaining. The higher the battery capacity, the more LED
indicators that will be illuminated. Each LED indicator designates a 25%
capacity level. Please see the following capacity level respectively.
‹ 0 ~ 25%: 4th LED indicator
‹ 26% ~ 50%: 3rd and 4th LEDs indicator
‹ 51% ~ 75% 2nd, 3rd, and 4th LEDs indicator
‹ 76% ~ 100%: All of four LED indicators will illuminate
Indicator Condition —
Condition
Utility Mode
(AC Mode)
Backup Mode
(Power Failure)
Site Fault
UPS Fault
Overload
Low Battery
Alarm
Line LED Lighting
Flashing every four seconds
Site fault LED lighting (For 120VAC Models)
4 segment LED bar:
0~25%: 4th LED lighting; 26~50%: 3rd and 4th
LEDs lighting; 51~75%: 2nd, 3rd, and 4th LEDs
lighting; 76~100%: all of 4 LEDs lighting
Fault LED lighting
Overload LED lighting
Battery LED flashing every second
Audible Alarm Condition —
Condition
Backup Mode
(Power Failure)
Low Battery
UPS Fault
Overload
Battery Replacement
Alarm
Sounding every four seconds
Sounding every second
Continuously Sounding
Sounding every second
Sounding every second
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3.
SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
Back Panel -
NET-750 ART / 1000 ART
NET-1000 ART(LV)
NET-750 ART(LV)
NET-1000 ART(HV)
NET-750 ART(HV)
Rear panel description for LV and HV models table
No.
Function
LV model (110/120/127Vac)
HV model (220/230/240Vac)
1
Modem/Network Surge Protection
2
RS232 / Dry-Contact Communication Port
3
USB Communication Port
4
5
AC Input Power cord
AC Input & Protection
AC Output NEMA
AC Output IEC
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SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
NET-1500 XRT / 2000 XRT
1. Host Rear Panel:
The host rear panel pictures for HV and LV models are shown as below:
Host Rear panel for HV model
Host Rear panel for LV model
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SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
Rear panel description for LV and HV models table
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Function
LV model (110/120/127Vac) HV model (220/230/240Vac)
RS232 / Dry-Contact Communication Port
SNMP Port
USB Port
EPO
Modem/Network Surge Protection
N/A
Input Breaker
AC Output
AC Input
AC Input
External Battery Connector
2. EBM Rear Panel:
The EBM rear panel pictures for HV and LV models are shown as below:
EBM Rear panel for HV model
EBM Rear panel for HV model
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3.
SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
EBM Rear panel for LV model
Rear panel description for LV and HV models table
No.
Function
LV model (110/120/127Vac)
HV model (220/230/240Vac)
1
Battery Output Power Cord
2
AC Output
3
External Battery Connector
4
Output Breaker
N/A
5
Output Breaker
N/A
6
Output Receptacles
Output Receptacles
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3.
SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
NET-3000 XRT
Rear panel for HV model
Rear panel for LV model
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3.
SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
Rear panel description for LV and HV models table
No.
Function
LV model (110/120/127Vac)
HV model (220/230/240Vac)
1
Output Breaker
2
AC Output
3
AC Input
Modem/Network Surge
Modem/Network Surge
Protection
Protection
5
N/A
Input Breaker
6
Input Power Cord
N/A
7
SNMP Slot
SNMP Slot
8
External Battery Connector
External Battery Connector
9
EPO
EPO
10
USB Port
USB Port
11
RS232 / Dry-Contact Communication Port
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4.
INSTALLATION
1. Inspecting the Equipment
Inspect the UPS upon receipt. If the UPS has been damaged during
shipment, keep the box and packing material for the carrier. Notify
the carrier and dealer immediately.
2. Placement
This UPS should be installed indoors with adequate airflow and free of
contamination. Place it in a clean and indoor environment, free from
moisture, flammable liquids, and direct sunlight. Maintain a minimum
clearance of 4 inches (100mm); an ambient temperature range must be
0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F), and operating humidity range must be 20%
to 80% relative humidity (non-condensing).
CAUTION: The long term uses at ambient temperature in higher than 25°C
which should reduce battery life. In addition, place the UPS unit away from
the monitor at least 20cm to avoid interference.
3. Charging
This UPS is shipped from the factory with its internal battery fully charged;
however, some charge may be lost during shipping. The battery should be
recharged prior to use. Plug the UPS into an appropriate power supply
and allow the UPS to charge at least 4 hours.
4. Load Connection
Connect one load-related device to each of the power receptacles supplied
at the rear of the UPS.
5. Modem/Phoneline Connection
Plug incoming telephone line into the “In” socket at the back of the UPS.
Use on telephone line cable and plug one end of the telephone line cable to
the “Out” socket at the back of the UPS. Plug the other end to the modem
input socket.
6. DC Start Function
DC Start Function enables UPS to be started up when AC utility power is
not available and battery is full charged. Just simply press the On/Off switch
to turn on the UPS.
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4.
INSTALLATION
7. Turn On/Off
To turn on/off the UPS, you should press the on/off switch for at least
three seconds.
8. UPS Setup
All models series are designed for tower and rack purpose. They can
be installed as a 19 inch equipment rack, and NET-3000 XRT can be
placed in a tower (with optional stand) as well. Please follow the
instruction for Tower Setup or Rack-Mount Setup.
9. Tower Setup
This series can be placed in horizontally and vertically. NET-3000
XRT is designed in a rack itself. As a tower, it is provided with the
optional UPS stand to stabilize the UPS when the UPS is positioned
in vertically. The UPS stand must be attached to the bottom of the
tower.
NET-750 ART / 1000 ART
z
Tower form
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8. INSTALLATION
NET-1500 XRT / 2000 XRT
z
Host and EBM integrate into three types of tower forms
(a) Tower form 1
(b) Tower form 2
(c) Tower form 3
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4.
INSTALLATION
NET 3000 XRT
z
Tower form setup
1. Slide down the UPS vertically and put two UPS stands at the
end of the tower.
2. Place the UPS into two stands carefully.
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4.
INSTALLATION
10. Rack-Mount Setup
NET-750 ART / 1000 ART / 1500 XRT / 2000 XRT(optional) and 3000
XRT can be installed in 19” racks. And the UPS and external battery
enclosure need 2U of valuable rack space. Use the following
procedure to install UPS in a rack.
NET-750 ART / 1000 ART(optional)
1. Align the mounting ears with screw holes on the side of the UPS.
2. Install rack-mounting rails with the screws provided to tighten up
into rack enclosure.
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4.
INSTALLATION
3. Insert UPS into the slide assemblies and lock it in the rack enclosure.
4. Add up the front panels for both sides. The load can be connected.
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4.
INSTALLATION
NET-1500 XRT / 2000 XRT(optional)
z HOST and EBM integrate into a rack form
1. Place the UPS on a flat surface and in a clean place with the front
side of the UPS facing you.
2. Disconnect the cable from the Host and EBM.
HOST and the EBM are disconnected
3. Loosen the screws and remove the Host and EBM cover from the
unit
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INSTALLATION
4. Pull two covers toward the direction shown as below.
5. Align the mounting bracket with the screw holes on the each side
of Host and EBM and secure with the supplied screws.
6.
Reinstall the Host and EBM cover.
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INSTALLATION
7. Tighten all screws up to front panels and setup rack-mount for front
side is completed
8. Align two small mounting brackets at the rear of Host and EBM
and secure with the supplied screws. Install Output receptacles at
the rear panel of the Host.
9. Setup rack-mount is completed and to connect the UPS
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INSTALLATION
EBM and EBM integrate a rack form
Remark : The rackmount kit for connecting the Host-to-EBM &
EBM-to-EBM is different. Please contact your dealer for further
details.
NET-3000 XRT
Install the NET-3000 XRT series into 19” rack as shown below.
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9. Turn on the UPS and connect the load.
10. After installing the UPS into rack, the load may be connected. Make
sure the load equipment is turned off, then plug all loads into the output
receptacle properly protected by a circuit breaker of fuse in accordance
with national and local electrical codes.
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10.
INSTALLATION
Emergency Power Off(EPO) set up
NET-1500 XRT / 2000 XRT and NET-3000 XRT include EPO port
that allows power to be shut down the protected equipment
immediately and does not follow the shutdown procedure from any
power management software.
Note: When EPO switch is reset, the equipment will not return to
battery power until the UPS is manually restarted. If pressing power
switch to turn off UPS after EPO is activated, the UPS remains in
Standby mode when restarted until pressing power switch to turn on
the UPS again.
Follow the procedure to install the EPO switch as below.
1. Check the UPS is turned off.
2. Remove the EPO connector from the EPO port on the rear panel
of UPS
3. Connect isolated, normally-open, dry contacts (rated to handle
60Vdc maximum, 30Vac RMS maximum, and 20mA maximum)
across the EPO device to Pin 1 and Pin 2. Use non-shield wiring,
size 18-22 AWG (0.75 mm2 – 0.3 mm2).
4. Reconnect the EPO connector to the EPO port.
5. Verify that the externally-connected EPO switch is not activated to
enable power to the UPS output receptacles.
6. Plug in the UPS, then pressing power switch
button to turn on
the UPS.
7. Activate the external EPO switch to test the EPO function
8. De-activate the external EPO switch and restart the UPS.
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5.
ADDITIONAL BATTERY INSTALLATION SETUP
NET-1500 XRT / 2000 XRT and NET-3000 XRT include external battery
port that allow to provide additional battery runtime. NET-1500 XRT / 2000
XRT has no internal battery,and NET-3000 XRT has designed an internal
battery inside the UPS.
Caution: Connecting battery cable to external battery port may occur
sparkle if adding up additional battery.
Follow the procedure to install additional battery as below.
NET-1500 XRT / 2000 XRT
There are two external battery ports for each side of UPS itself and
battery pack.
1. Connect the battery cable to the external battery port of the rear of
UPS.
2. Then connect the supplied battery cable from extended battery
module to the external battery port of the rear of previous UPS.
3. If continuing to add up extended battery pack, repeat above steps.
z
Additional battery connection in rack form
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ADDITIONAL BATTERY INSTALLATION SETUP
Additional battery connection in tower form
NET-3000 XRT
There is one external battery port for the UPS itself.
1. Connect the supplied battery module cable from extended battery
module to the external battery port of the rear of UPS.
2. If continuing to add up extended battery module, repeat above steps.
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6.
BATTERY REPLACEMENT
When the Bad Battery
indicator flashes and there is a
continuous beep, the battery may need to be replaced. Please check
the battery connection or contact your local dealer to order new
battery.
CAUTION: A battery can present a risk of electrical shock and high
short circuit current. The following precautions should be observed
before replacing the batteries.
1. Turn off the UPS and disconnect the utility power cord from the wall
outlet.
2. Remove rings, watches, and other metal objects.
3. If the battery replacement kit is damaged in anyway or shows signs
of leakage, contact your dealer immediately.
4. Properly recycle or dispose of used battery. Do not dispose of
batteries in a fire. The batteries may explode.
Note: If you are not a qualified service personnel do not attempt to
open the battery door. Please call local dealer or distributor
immediately.
Recycle the used battery:
z
Never dispose the batteries in a fire. It may explode.
z
Do not open or mutilate the batteries. Released electrolyte is
harmful to the skins and eyes. It may be toxic. A battery can
present a risk of electrical shock and high short circuit current.
Recycle the used battery properly, please do not discard the UPS,
battery pack, and batteries into the trash bin. Please follow your local
laws and regulations; you may contact your local recycling waste center
for further information on the proper disposal of the used UPS, battery
pack, and batteries.
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BATTERY REPLACEMENT
Follow the steps and Charts below to replace batteries:
NET-750 ART / 1000 ART
1. Unscrew and remove the front panel on both ends.
2. Disconnect the battery cable from the UPS and remove the battery
retaining battery bracket.
3. Grasp the battery and pull it out from the front panel.
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4. Slide the new battery into UPS
5. Reconnect the battery cable and screw up the battery retaining
battery bracket.
6. Close and reinstall the front panel.
NET-1500 XRT / 2000 XRT
1. Remove the battery case (EBM) front panel by pulling on both ends.
2. Disconnect the battery cable from the EBM.
3. Unscrew and remove the battery retaining battery bracket.
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4. Pull the battery out onto a flat area.
5. Slide the new battery into EBM.
6. Reconnect the battery cable and screw up the battery retaining
bracket.
7. Close and reinstall the front panel back to EBM.
NET-3000 XRT
1. Remove the battery case (EBM) front panel by pulling on both ends.
2. Disconnect the battery cable from UPS.
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BATTERY REPLACEMENT
3. Unscrew the battery bracket from the EBM
4. Remove the battery bracket from EBM by pulling on both ends.
5. Pull the battery out (from right side) onto flat area.
6. Pull the left side of battery out onto flat area.
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BATTERY REPLACEMENT
7. Slide the new batteries into EBM.
8. Reconnect the battery cable and screw up the battery bracket.
9. Close and reinstall the front panel back to EBM.
7. COMMUNICATION PORT
7.1
RS232 + Dry contact (NET-750 ART/1000 ART/1500 XRT/
2000 XRT/3000 XRT):
DB9 Female (RS232 +dry contact)
PIN #
1
Description
Low
Battery
I/O
Output
2
3
4
5
TxD
RxD
DTR
Common
Output
Input
Input
--
6
7
8
DSR
RTS
AC Fail
Output
Input
Output
Function Explanation
Low Battery Output
(*normally open, pull
to Pin#5 when
battery low alarm in
battery mode)
TxD
RxD
(tied to pin 6)
Common (tied to
chassis)
(tied to pin 4)
No connection
AC Fail Output
(*normally open, pull
to Pin#5 when UPS
is in battery mode).
7.2 USB port: HID protocol
The USB and RS232 are unable to operate at the same time. Either
only USB or DB9 can connect with RS-232 at one time, usually
connecting with USB function is priority.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
Audible Alarm Trouble Shooting:
Problem
Sounding every 4
seconds
Sounding every
second
Continuously
sounding
Sounding every
second
Cause
The UPS is on battery
Solution
Check the input voltage
The battery is running low
Continuously
sounding
Battery may need to charge
or service
Save your work and turn
off your equipment
Please contact your local
dealer
Check load level
indicator and remove
some load
Replace the battery
The UPS fails
Output overload
General Trouble Shooting:
Problem
Cause
The UPS is not on
The power cord is not
when power switch is connected correctly
pressed
The wall outlet may be
faulty
The UPS output may
short-circuit or
overload
Solution
Check the power cord
connection
Please contact your local
qualified electrician
1. Disconnect all loads and
ensure nothing is lodged in
output receptacles
2. Ensure loads are not
detective or shorted internally
Internal fuse may be
Please contact your local
blown
dealer
UPS could not
Power presents on one Check the output fuse
provide power to the output receptacle
load
No output from any
1. Check the connected
output receptacle
cable
2. Ensure the load does not
exceed the maximum
rating of UPS
Battery has reduced Battery is not charged Re-charge the battery at least
backup time
24 hours
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Trouble Shooting Guide (Continue)
Problem
Cause
.
Battery may not
able to hold a full
charge due to age.
The UPS fault LED
The UPS fails
lights on
Connected equipment’s The UPS may be
lose power while
over- loaded
connected to the UPS The UPS may be
failed
The UPS is beeping
The UPS is in fault
continuously
condition
Buttons does not work 1. The UPS is in
green mode
2. Button is
Broken
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Solution
1. Recharge the battery at
least 8 hours
2. Replace Battery
Save your work and turn off
equipment. Please contact
your local dealer
Check the load status
Please contact your local
dealer
Check the audible alarms
condition table
1. Wait for a while and try
again
2. Please contact your local
dealer
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NET-750 ART NET-1500 XRT
/1000 ART
/2000 XRT
MODEL
CAPACITY
Watt
INPUT
Voltage
Voltage
Range
500W/700W
Surge Rating ( LV/HV )
1050W/1340W
77/84/89VAC ± 4% or 154/161/168VAC ± 4%
132/144/152VAC ± 4% or 264/276/288VAC ± 4%
50/60Hz ±5Hz for Normal Mode; >40Hz for Generator
Mode
320 / 230 Joules
50Hz or 60Hz
±0.1Hz
Waveform
Battery Mode
Typical
Battery Type*
Battery Number
Pure Sinewave
110% -0%, +8%; shutdown after 3 minutes. 150% -0%,
+10%; shutdown after 10 cycles
110% ± 6%; shutdown after 30 seconds. 120 % ± 6 %;
Shutdown after 5 cycles
2-4ms Typical, 6 ms max ; 13ms max. for generator mode
12V/7AH ;
12V/9Ah
12V/7Ah; 12V/9Ah
12V/5Ah
2 pcs
4pcs
8 pcs
Backup Time (at full load)
Recharge Time
500 / 640 Joules
±5% RMS for entire battery voltage range
Frequency Regulation
(Batt. Mode)
Line Mode
430 / 250 Joules
110/120/127VAC or 220/230/240VAC
Frequency
TRANSFER
TIME
BATTERY
2100W
0-160VAC / 0-300VAC
Voltage
Voltage Regulation (Batt.
Mode)
OVERLOAD
RATING
NET-3000 XRT
110/120/127VAC or 220/230/240VAC
Acceptable
Voltage Range
Line Low
Transfer(Wide
mode)
Line High
Transfer
Frequency Range
OUTPUT
SPECIFICATION
5 minutes min.
4 hours to 90%
after discharged
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3 hours to 90% after discharged
NET-750 ART NET-1500 XRT
/1000 ART
/2000 XRT
MODEL
AC Mode
NET-3000 XRT
Line LED lighting
Backup Mode
Site Fault
Battery LED flashing every 4 seconds
Site fault LED lighting (for 120Vac models)
th
INDICATORS
Load/Battery Level
4-segment LED bar – 0 - 25%: 4 LED lighting;
rd
th
26% - 50%: 3 and 4 LEDs lighting; 51%-75%: 2nd, 3rd,
and 4th LEDs lighting
76% - 100%: 4 LEDs in a row all lighting
UPS Fault
Fault LED lighting
Overload
Overload LED lighting
Low Battery
AUDIBLE
ALARM
Battery LED flashing every second
Backup Mode
Sounding every 4seconds
Low Battery
Sounding every seconds
UPS Fault
Continuously Sounding
Overload
Sounding every second
Battery Replacement
PHYSICAL
UPS Case
Dimension
(WxHxD) mm
235*86.2*383
217*86.5*413.5
438*86.2*582
Net 750: 8.6
Net 1000: 9.6
6.5
31.5
Dimension
(WxHxD) mm
N/A
217*86.5*413.5
438*86.2*582
Net weight (kg)
N/A
12
40.3
Net weight (kg)
Battery
Case
ENVIRONMENT
Sounding every second
Operating Environment
0- 40°C, 0-90 % relative humidity (non-condensing)
Noise Level
RS-232
INTERFACE
Less than 45dB
Support Windows Family, Linux, and Mac
Dry-Contact
Yes
Yes
Yes
USB
Yes
Yes
Yes
SNMP
N/A
Optional
Optional
EPO
N/A
Yes
Yes
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i.
SOFTWARE INSTALLATION
WinPower is a brand new UPS monitoring software, which provides
user-friendly interface to monitor and control your UPS. This unique software
provides safely auto shutdown for multi-computer systems while power failure.
With this software, users can monitor and control any UPS on the same LAN
no matter how far from the UPSs.
Installation procedure:
1. Go to the website: http://www.marusonusa.com/services.html
2. Choose the operation system you need and follow the instruction
described on the website to download the software.
3. When downloading all required files from the internet, enter the serial No:
511C1-01220-0100-478DF2A to install the software.
When your computer restarts, the WinPower software will appear as a green
plug icon located in the system tray, near the clock.
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11.
Recycling Information
You UPS contain Non-Spill Sealed Lead Batteries. On the battery
you will find the battery name. Please refer to the chart on the right
for recycling information. Other brand(s) of battery please contact
Maruson Technology. If outside of USA or Canada, please contact
your local authorized distributor.
If you have any question regarding to our product, please contact
us at 1-888-MARUSON or e-mail us at Custsrv@MarusonUSA.com
Battery Name
Recycling inside the USA
CSB battery
Panasonic
1-800-RE-USE-PB(7387372)
1-800-SAV-LEAD
YUASA
(877)288-7722
Thank you for purchasing Maruson products.
*All trade marks belong to their respective parties.
Maruson Technology Corporation
P.O. Box 1986
WALNUT,CA91788
Toll Free: 1-888-MARUSON
E-mail: Custsrv@MarusonUSA.com
Web Site: www.MarusonUSA.com
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