Tripp Lite | S3M100KX, S3M120KX, S3M160KX, S3M200KX | Owner's Manual | Tripp Lite S3M100KX, S3M120KX, S3M160KX, S3M200KX Owner's Manual

Tripp Lite S3M100KX, S3M120KX, S3M160KX, S3M200KX Owner's Manual
Owner’s Manual
SmartOnline® S3MX
3-Phase UPS Systems
Models: S3M100KX, S3M120KX, S3M160KX, S3M200KX
Input: 220/230/240V (Ph-N), 380/400/415V (Ph-Ph), 3Ø 4-Wire + PE
1111 W. 35th Street, Chicago, IL 60609 USA • www.tripplite.com/support
Copyright © 2018 Tripp Lite. All rights reserved.
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Table of Contents
1. Introduction
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5. Interface and Communication
2. Important Safety Warnings
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5.1 X1 – Temperature Detection Port for
External Battery Pack
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2.1 UPS Location Warnings
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2.2 Equipment Connection Warnings
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2.3 Battery Warnings
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2.4 Transportation and Storage
5
2.5 Preparation
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6.1 UPS Block Diagram
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2.6 Installation
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6.2 Operation Modes
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2.7 Connection Warnings
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2.8 Operation
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2.9 Standards
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3. Installation and Setup
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3.2. Open Front Panel View
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3.2.1 Interface and Communication
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3.2.2 Power Stage/Module
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3.3 Rear Panel View
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3.4 Wiring Terminal Views
12
3.5 Single UPS Installation
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3.6 UPS Installation for Parallel Systems
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5.3 Other Communication Interfaces
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6. Operation Principles
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3.1. Unpacking and Inspection
5.2 X2 – Remote EPO Input Port
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6.2.1 Standby Mode
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6.2.2 Line Mode
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6.2.3 Battery Mode
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6.2.4 Frequency Conversion Mode
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6.2.5 Bypass Mode
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6.2.6 ECO Mode
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6.2.7 Shutdown Mode
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6.2.8 Maintenance Bypass Mode
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7. UPS Operation
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7.1 AC Startup
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7.2 Cold Start Startup
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7.3 Maintenance Bypass Operation
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7.3.1 Transfer Critical Load from Line Mode to
Maintenance Bypass
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7.3.2 Transfer Critical Load from
Maintenance Bypass to Line Mode
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3.6.1 Input and Output Wiring
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3.6.2 Parallel Board Setting
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3.6.3 Parallel Function Setting
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3.6.4 Parallel Cable Connection
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3.6.5 Parallel System Turn On Procedure
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7.4.1 Turn Off Operation in Line Mode
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7.4.2 Turn Off Operation in Bypass Mode /
Standby Mode
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7.4.3 Turn Off Operation in Battery Mode
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4. Control Panel and LCD Operation
4.1 Control Panel Description
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4.2 LCD Screen Description
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7.4 Turn Off Operation
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4.2.1 Initial Screen
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8. Troubleshooting
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4.2.2 Main Screen
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9. Storage and Maintenance
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4.2.3 Control Screen
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9.1 Storage
66
4.2.4 Measurement Screen
24
9.2 Service
66
4.2.5 Setup Screen
26
9.3 Batteries
66
4.2.6 Information Screen
36
9.4 Fans
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4.2.7 Event Screen
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4.3 Alarm List
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4.4 History Record
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10. Specifications
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11. Warranty
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1. Introduction
Tripp Lite’s SmartOnline S3MX-Series Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) is a Voltage and Frequency Independent (VFI) true on-line,
double-conversion 3-phase UPS system. This UPS continuously conditions the incoming electrical power supply, eliminating power
disturbances that will otherwise damage sensitive electronic devices and minimising system downtime from power fluctuations and
interruptions.
S3MX-Series UPS systems are designed to the highest quality and performance standards and offer the following features:
• Model
S3M100KX
S3M120KX
S3M160KX
S3M200KX
Agency Number
AG-6100
AG-6120
AG-6160
AG-6200
Capacity
100kVA
120kVA
160kVA
200kVA
• True on-line UPS – the highest level of UPS protection, fully regulates the incoming power with zero transfer time to battery in the event
of an extended mains failure so critical loads remain continuously supported
• Paralleling for redundancy (120kVA, 160kVA, 200kVA) and capacity of up to two UPS systems on 100kVA - 200kVA models
• High-efficiency performance in AC On-line and Battery Standby modes to minimise energy consumption
• Market-leading small size and footprint
• ECO Mode allows the UPS to operate on bypass in stable utility conditions and immediately transfers to inverter to support the load
when the utility input drops below tolerance
• High output power factor – more actual power allows more equipment to be supported
• Automatic and manual bypass increase system reliability and allow for maintenance without removing power from the attached load
• Wide input voltage window – the UPS system regulates even poor-quality incoming power without reverting to battery, maximising system
uptime and protecting battery life
• Matching external battery cabinets allow for increased battery autonomy
• Emergency shutdown via REPO
• SNMP Network Monitoring and volt-free contact options provide optimum configurability
SmartOnline S3MX-Series UPS systems are ideally suited for protecting the following mission-critical electrical applications:
• IT infrastructure
• Telecommunications
• Networks (LAN/WAN)
• Corporate infrastructure
• Security and emergency systems
• Light industrial applications
• Financial institutions
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2. Important Safety Warnings
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
This manual contains important instructions and warnings that should be followed during the installation and maintenance
of all Tripp Lite SmartOnline S3MX 3-Phase 100kVA, 120kVA, 160kVA and 200kVA UPS Systems and their batteries.
Failure to heed these warnings may affect your warranty.
2.1 UPS Location Warnings
• Install the UPS indoors, away from heat, direct sunlight, dust, and excess moisture or other conductive contaminants.
• Install the UPS in a structurally sound area. The UPS is extremely heavy; take care when moving and lifting the unit.
• Only operate the UPS at indoor temperatures between 0° C and 40° C.
• Optimum UPS performance and maximum battery life is obtained when the operating temperature is maintained between 17° C and 25° C.
• Ensure the installation area has sufficient space for maintenance and ventilation of the UPS system. Maintain a minimum clearance of
50 cm from the rear and both sides of the UPS for maintenance and ventilation.
• Do not install the UPS near magnetic storage media, as this may result in data corruption.
2.2 Equipment Connection Warnings
• Use of this equipment in life support applications where failure of this equipment can reasonably be expected to cause the failure of the
life support equipment or to significantly affect its safety or effectiveness is not recommended.
• The UPS system contains its own energy source (battery). The output terminals may be live, even when the UPS is not connected to an
AC supply.
2.3 Battery Warnings
This UPS contains LETHAL VOLTAGES. The UPS is designed to supply power, even when disconnected from utility power. Only
AUTHORISED SERVICE PERSONNEL should access the interior of the UPS after disconnecting utility and DC power.
Batteries present a risk of electrical shock and burns from high short-circuit current. Battery connection or replacement should be
performed by only qualified service personnel, observing proper precautions. Turn off the UPS before connecting or disconnecting
internal batteries. Use tools with insulated handles. Do not open the batteries. Do not short or bridge the battery terminals with any
object.
• The batteries are recyclable. Refer to local codes for disposal requirements or visit http://www.tripplite.com/support/recycling-program for
recycling information.
• Do not dispose of the batteries in a fire, mutilate the batteries or open the battery coverings. Escaping electrolytes may be toxic and
cause injury to skin and eyes.
• Do not disconnect the batteries while the UPS is in battery mode.
• Disconnect the charging source prior to connecting or disconnecting terminals.
• The following precautions should be observed:
1) Remove watches, rings and other metal objects.
2) Use tools with insulated handles.
3) Wear rubber gloves and boots.
4) Do not lay tools or metal parts on top of batteries or battery cabinets.
5) Determine whether the battery is inadvertently grounded. If it is, remove the source of the ground. Contact with any part of a
grounded battery can result in electric shock. The likelihood of an electric shock is reduced if such grounds are removed during
installation and maintenance.
• Battery replacement should be performed only by authorised service personnel, using the same number and type of batteries (sealed
lead acid).
WARNING: In order to avoid any hazardous conditions during UPS installation and maintenance, these tasks may be
performed only by qualified and experienced electricians.
Please read this Owner’s Manual and safety instructions carefully before installing or using the unit.
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2. Important Safety Warnings
2.4 Transportation and Storage
To protect against shock and impact, transport the UPS system using only its original packaging.
The UPS must be stored in a room that is dry and ventilated.
2.5 Preparation
Condensation may occur if the UPS system is moved directly from a cold to warm environment. The UPS system must be completely
dry before being installed. Please allow at least two hours for the UPS system to adjust to the environment.
Do not install the UPS system near water or in moist environments.
Do not install the UPS system in direct sunlight or near heat sources.
Do not block the ventilation holes on the UPS system’s housing.
2.6 Installation
Do not connect appliances or devices that could overload the UPS (i.e., equipment with large electrical motors) to the UPS output
sockets or terminal.
Carefully arrange cables so no one can step on or trip over them.
Do not block the UPS system’s air vents. The UPS must be installed in a location with good ventilation. Ensure adequate ventilation
space on each side of the unit.
The UPS contains an earthed terminal. In the final installed system configuration, ensure equipotential earth grounding to the external
UPS battery cabinet by connecting the earth terminals of both cabinets together.
The UPS should only be installed by qualified service personnel.
An appropriate disconnect device such as short-circuit backup protection must be provided in the building wiring installation.
An integral single-emergency switching device should be included in the building wiring installation.
Connect the earth ground before connecting to the building wiring terminal.
Installation and wiring must be performed in accordance with local electrical codes and regulations.
2.7 Connection Warnings
• The UPS system does not contain standard backfeed protection inside. Isolate the UPS before working on this circuit. The isolation
device must be able to carry the UPS input current.
Input
UPS
«Automatic backfeed protection
system» input, external to the UPS
(EN-IEC 62040-1)
• This UPS should be connected with TN earthing system.
• The power supply for this unit must be 3-phase rated in accordance with the equipment nameplate. It also must be suitably grounded.
• The input power to 3-phase UPS models require a 4-pole breaker.
• Use of this equipment in life support applications where failure of this equipment can reasonably be expected to cause the failure of the
life support equipment or to significantly affect its safety or effectiveness is not recommended.
• Connect the UPS power module’s grounding terminal to a grounding electrode conductor.
• The UPS is connected to a DC energy source (battery). The output terminals may still be live, even when the UPS is not connected to an
AC supply.
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2. Important Safety Warnings
• When installing the unit, verify that any maintenance bypass panel used is configured correctly before applying power to the unit.
• Please be sure to place a warning label on all primary power isolators installed remotely from the UPS area and on any external access
points between such isolators and the UPS. The warning label shall carry the following wording or equivalent.
Before working on this circuit
- Isolate Uninterruptible Power System (UPS)
- Then check for Hazardous Voltage between all terminals
including the protective earth.
Risk of Voltage Backfeed
2.8 Operation
Do not disconnect the earth conductor cable on the UPS or the building wiring terminals at any time, as this will cancel the protective
earth of the UPS system.
In order to fully disconnect the UPS system, first press the “OFF” button, then disconnect the mains.
Ensure no liquid or other foreign objects can enter into the UPS system.
2.9 Standards
*Safety
IEC 62040-1: 2008+A1:2013
*EMI
Conducted Emission...................................... EN 62040-2: 2006 Category C3
Radiated Emission........................................ EN 62040-2: 2006 Category C3
*EMS
ESD............................................................ EN 61000-4-2
Level 4
RS.............................................................. EN 61000-4-3
Level 3
EFT............................................................. EN 61000-4-4
Level 4
SURGE........................................................ EN 61000-4-5
Level 4
CS.............................................................. EN 61000-4-6
Level 3
Power-Frequency Magnetic Field..................... EN 61000-4-8
Level 4
Low-Frequency Signals.................................. EN 61000-2-2
Warning: This is a product for commercial and industrial applications in the second environment. Installation restrictions or
additional precautions may be needed to prevent disturbances.
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3. Installation and Setup
3.1 Unpacking and Inspection
Unpack the unit and inspect its contents. Packaging may include additional accessories and components, depending on specific customer
orders.
• One (1) UPS
• One (1) Owner’s Manual
• One (1) RS-232 Cable
Other Accessory or Component Options Available Upon Request
• One (1) paralleling cable for every set of UPS units being paralleled: P100200KIT
• One (1) Battery Charger Temperature Compensation Thermostat: TEMPC100200
Note: Do not turn on the unit. Make sure to inspect the unit prior to installation. Ensure nothing inside the package was damaged during transportation.
Notify the carrier and dealer immediately if there is any damage or missing parts. Please keep the original packaging in a safe place for future use.
1. Use a forklift to move the product to the installed area. Make sure the bearing capacity of forklift is sufficient. Refer to Figure 3.1.
2. Follow the unpacking order in Figure 3.2 to remove carton ( 1 , 2 ) and foams ( 3 ).
3. Remove two fixing plates located on the two sides of the unit ( 1 , 2 and 3 ) in Figure 3.3. Loosen leveling feet ( 4 ) by rotating them
counterclockwise. Once loosened, move the cabinet from the pallet.
4. To fix the cabinet into position, simply rotate leveling feet clockwise. Refer to Figure 3.4.
S3M100KX and S3M120KX Models
1
3
2
3
4
1
2
4
Figure 3.2A
Figure 3.3A
1175 mm
Figure 3.1A
1125 mm
Figure 3.4A
705 mm
Figure 3.5A
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S3M160KX and S3M200KX Models
1
3
2
3
4
1
2
4
Figure 3.2B
Figure 3.3B
1610 mm
Figure 3.1B
1125 mm
Figure 3.4B
705 mm
Figure 3.5B
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Remove the accessory package and inspect the package contents. The standard
shipping package should contain an Owner’s Manual and RS-232 cable. The key to
the UPS is attached to the front door with a cable tie. Packaging may also include
additional accessories and components, depending on specific customer orders.
Note: Before installing, please inspect the unit. Ensure there is no physical damage to
the unit. Do not turn on the unit. Notify the carrier and dealer immediately if there is any
damage or missing parts and accessories. Keep the original packaging for future use. It is
recommended you keep each equipment and battery set in their original packaging, as it is
designed to provide maximum protection during transportation and storage.
Owner’s Manual
RS-232 Cable
3.2 Open Front Panel View
Each UPS comes equipped with a front door key. The key can be found attached to the front door with a cable tie. Upon opening the
front door, you will see the communication area and several power stages/modules inside. From each power stage/module you can easily
identify its ID.
Table 3.1 Power Stage ID
Power Rating
Stage ID—Individual Unit
Operation
100K
120K
Stage ID—For Parallel
UPS
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160K
200K
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3.2.1 Interface and Communication
These UPS systems come equipped with various communication devices. Please refer to section 5. Interface and Communication for
further details.
1 Dry Contact Port X1 (Optional battery temperature
compensation thermostat)
2 Dry Contact Port X2 (EPO)
3 SNMP Slot (Optional WEBCARDLX or RELAYCARDSV card)
4 RS-232 Port
5 USB Port
3.2.2 Power Stage/Module
Each power stage/module includes a power factor correction rectifier, a battery charger, an inverter and control circuit.
No.
Item
1
Fan
2
Stage Address DIP
Switches
Description
Air enters the power stage through the front grills and is exhausted through the rear of the module. Do not
block the ventilation vent.
There are three DIP switches for Power Stage address setting. In the same cabinet, each Power Stage ID
MUST be exclusive. Refer to Table 3.1 Power Stage ID for more information.
3
Battery Start Button
When AC input is not available, use this button to start UPS battery power.
4
FAULT LED
5
RUN LED
ON
ON/OFF 0.5 sec
ON
ON/OFF 0.5 sec
ON/OFF 0.15 sec
The power stage is in fault condition.
The power stage IDs are in conflict.
The power stage normally works as a secondary stage.
The power stage normally works as a primary stage.
The CAN Bus communication does not work.
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3.3 Rear Panel View
Several breakers are located on the rear panel of the UPS. Models with a second AC input (Q2) are also available. However, the pictures
below only reflect single AC (Q1) input models. The breakers shown are Q1 input, Q3 output, and Q4 maintenance bypass.
Q3
Output
Maintenance
Output
Bypass
100KVA
Q1
Input
Q3
Output
Q4
Maintenance
Bypass
120KVA
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Q4
Maintenance
Bypass
Q1
Input
Q1
Input
160KVA / 200KVA
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3.4 Wiring Terminal Views
2
2
2
1
Q1
Input 1
Q3
Output
3
4
1
Q4
Maintenance Bypass
Q1
Input 1
3
4
1
3
100KVA
100K
No.
3
120KVA
120K
4
3
160KVA
/ 200KVA
160/200K
Item
Function
Description
1
Output Block
Connects to the critical loads
Includes R, S, T and Neutral terminals.
2
Main Input Block
Connects to main AC source
Includes R, S, T and Neutral terminals.
3
Ground Connection
For UPS grounding
Includes one grounding terminal.
4
Battery Input Block
Connects to an external battery cabinet
Includes:
Positive (+), Negative (-) and Neutral (N) terminals.
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160kVA/200kVA
160K/200K
100kVA
100K
120kVA
120K
Q1
Input 1
Q3
Q4
Q1
Maintenance Bypass
Output
+
Input 1
N
-
External
External
Battery
Battery
Input/Output
Input/Output
Breaker
Breaker
+
N
+BATTERY
+BATTERY
-
-BATTERY
-BATTERY
3.5 Single UPS Installation
Installation and wiring must conform in accordance with the local electric laws/regulations. The following procedures must be performed by
a professional electrician:
1) Make sure the mains wire and breakers in the building provide adequate power for the rated UPS capacity so as to avoid electrical
shock or fire hazards.
Note: Do not use the wall receptacle as the input power source for the UPS, as its rated current is less than the UPS system’s maximum input current.
Otherwise, the receptacle may be shorted and destroyed.
2) Switch off the mains in the building before installation.
3) Turn off all connected devices before connecting to the UPS.
4) Prepare the power cables according to Table 3.2. Refer to Table 3.3 for UPS Input Breaker sizes and Table 3.4 for Battery Cabinet
Batteries and Breaker sizes.
Table 3.2 Power Cables
Model
100KVA
120KVA
160KVA
200KVA
Input(Ph)
70 mm2
(2/0 AWG)
95 mm2
(3/0 AWG)
150 mm2
(300 MCM)
185 mm2
(400 MCM)
Power cable (mm2 and AWG)
Output(Ph)
Neutral
Battery
70 mm2
70 mm2
150 mm2
(2/0 AWG)
(2/0 AWG)
(300 MCM)
95 mm2
95 mm2
240 mm2
(3/0 AWG)
(3/0 AWG)
(500 MCM)
150 mm2
150 mm2
120 mm2x 2
(300 MCM)
(300 MCM)
(4/0 AWG x 2)
185 mm2
185 mm2
185mm2x 2
(400 MCM)
(400 MCM)
(400 MCM x 2)
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Ground
70 mm2
(2/0 AWG)
95 mm2
(3/0 AWG)
150 mm2
(300 MCM)
185 mm2
(400 MCM)
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Table 3.3 UPS Input Breakers
Model (Series Number)
S3M100KX (AG-6100)
S3M120KX (AG-6120)
S3M160KX (AG-6160)
S3M200KX (AG-6200)
Breaker Size
200A, 3-Pole
250A, 3-Pole
400A, 3-Pole
400A, 3-Pole
Table 3.4 Battery Cabinet Batteries and Breakers
Model
BP480V100
BP480V65
BP480V40
BP480V100-NIB
BP480V65-NIB
BP480V40-NIB
Batteries Included
Yes
No
Battery Size and Qty.
100Ah x 40
65Ah x 40
40Ah x 40
(Designed For) 100Ah x 40
(Designed For) 65Ah x 40
(Designed For) 40Ah x 40
Breaker Size
400A, 3-Pole
300A, 3-Pole
200A, 3-Pole
400A, 3-Pole
300A, 3-Pole
200A, 3-Pole
Warning:
• Before connecting any wires, make sure the AC input and battery power are completely shut off.
• Make sure the breakers, input1 breaker (Q1), input2 breaker (input2, Q2 on dual input models only), output breaker
(Q3 @120K/160K/200K) maintenance breaker (Q4 @ 120K/160K/200K) and battery breaker are all in the “OFF”
position. For further reference, review the UPS rear panel images in section 3.3.
• Make sure the maintenance bypass switch is in “UPS” position (@ 100K).
5) Remove the terminal block cover on the rear panel of the UPS. Connect the input1, (input2 @ dual input UPS models), output
and battery wires according to the function indicated on terminal block. Make sure to connect the grounding/earth wires first when
establishing a wire connection. Disconnect the grounding/earth wire last when performing wire disconnection.
Notes:
• Ensure the wires are tightly and securely connected to the terminals.
• This breaker must have leakage current protective function.
6) Reattach the terminal block cover to the rear panel of the UPS.
Warning:
• Make sure a DC breaker or other protection device is installed between the UPS and external battery pack.
Switch off the battery breaker before installation.
Note: Set the battery pack breaker to the “OFF” position before installing the battery pack.
• Pay special attention to the rated battery voltage marked on the label. If you want to change the numbers of the
battery pack, make sure to modify the setting accordingly. The connection with the wrong battery voltage may
cause permanent damage to the UPS.
• Make sure the protective grounding/earth wiring is correct. The current spec, colour, position, connection and
conductance reliability of the wires must be checked carefully.
• Make sure the utility input and output wiring is correct. The current spec, colour, position, connection and
conductance reliability of the wires must be checked carefully. Make sure the L/N is correct, not reversed or
short-circuited.
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3.6 UPS Installation for Parallel Systems
Warning:
• The input harmonic current distortion will be between 3% and 4.5% in parallel UPS operations.
• One parallel kit is needed for every two UPS systems.
3.6.1 Input and Output Wiring
1. When installing the parallel system, the length of input wires (R, S, T, N) in one UPS must be equal to the input wires of the other UPS.
Likewise, the length of output wires (R, S, T, N) must also be in equal length. If not, it will cause unbalance current on the output load.
Maintenance
Breaker
Input 2
Static Switch
Input
Breaker
RECT
Inv
Output
Input 1
Output
Breaker
UPS Module
Charger
UPS Module
Bat Module
Input 2
AC I/P 1
Maintenance
Breaker
Static Switch
Input
Breaker
RECT
Inv
Output
Input 1
Output
Breaker
UPS Module
Charger
UPS Module
Bat Module
Bat Module
Charger
Figure 3.6 Single Input Wiring In Parallel System
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Load
Parallel Cable
Charger
Bat Module
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Maintenance
Breaker
Input
Breaker
Input 2
Static Switch
Input
Breaker
RECT
Inv
Output
AC I/P 2
Input 1
Output
Breaker
UPS Module
Charger
UPS Module
Bat Module
AC I/P 1
Maintenance
Breaker
Input
Breaker
Input 2
Static Switch
Input
Breaker
RECT
Inv
Output
Input 1
Output
Breaker
UPS Module
Charger
Bat Module
Bat Module
UPS Module
Charger
Figure 3.7 For Dual Input Models Wiring models In Parallel System
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Load
Parallel Cable
Charger
Bat Module
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3.6.2 Parallel Board Setting
3.6.2.1 Configure Parallel Board of UPS 1
1. Set SW2 on the parallel board of the UPS 1 to the right side.
Figure 3.8 SW2 Position on UPS 1 (Default Setting)
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3.6.2.2 Configure Parallel Board of UPS 2
1. Set SW2 on the parallel board of the UPS 2 to the left side.
Figure 3.9 SW2 Position on UPS 2
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3.6.3 Parallel Function Setting
1. For input and output wiring, make sure to follow the instructions in section 3.6.1.
2. For the parallel board setting, make sure to follow the instructions in section 3.6.2.
Confirm no power is applied to either UPS at this time.
Once the two steps above and the battery configuration have been completed correctly, proceed with the following steps:
1. Do not connect Parallel Cable until informed.
2. Set the input breakers (Q1) of two UPS systems to the “ON” position. Make sure to keep the output breakers (Q3) of two UPS systems
set to the “OFF” position.
3. Turn on the battery breaker.
4. Turn on the external AC source breaker to apply the AC input source to both UPS systems.
5. Wait for the the power-cycles to complete. Proceed to set UPS 1.
6. Use the LCD panel on UPS 1 to set up the parallel function. Enter the “PARALLEL” menu in the “SETUP” page (refer to section 4.2.5.5
Setup-Parallel Screen for more information).
7. Enable “UPS Parallel” function of UPS 1 (ignore the “Parallel UPS Cable Loose” warning).
8. Choose the battery configuration as “independent” or “common” battery, depending on your preference.
9. To save your settings, select the “Save Setting” icon in the “General” screen of the “SETUP” page.
10. Proceed to set up UPS 2.
11. Set up the parallel function through the LCD panel on UPS 2. Enter the “PARALLEL” menu in the “SETUP” page (refer to section
4.2.5.5 Setup-Parallel Screen for more information).
12. Enable the “UPS Parallel” function of UPS 2 (ignore the “Parallel UPS Cable Loose” warning).
13. Choose the battery configuration as “independent” or “common” battery, depending on your preference.
14. To save your settings, select the “Save Setting” icon in the “General” screen of the “SETUP” page.
15. Turn off the external AC source breaker and wait for complete shutdown of both UPS systems.
16. Turn off the battery breakers.
3.6.4 Parallel Cable Connection
There are two connectors at the end of each parallel cable: one is a 16-pin connector and the other is a 2-pin connector.
Note: If the 2-pin connector is disconnected by accident, the UPS will prompt a fault: “Warning! Parallel UPS Cable Loose”. Insert the 16-pin connector into
CN7 and the 2-pin connector into CN10 of the Parallel Board of UPS 1. Connect the other end of the parallel cable into the Parallel Board of UPS 2, again
connecting the 16-pin connector into CN7 and the 2-pin connector into CN10.
For the UPS with two parallel boards, use any one of the two boards.
Figure 3.10 UPS 1 Parallel Board
Figure 3.11 UPS 2 Parallel Board
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Warning:
Improper parallel cable connections will result in abnormal operations. Verify each step while connecting the parallel
cables on each UPS.
Confirm no power is applied to either UPS at this time.
3.6.5 Parallel System Turn On Procedure
1. Make sure to follow sections 3.6.1 to 3.6.4 correctly.
2. Confirm the input breaker and output breakers of each UPS have been turned “ON”.
3. Turn ON the battery breaker.
4. Turn ON the external AC source breaker to apply AC input source to both UPS systems.
5. Watch for abnormal event messages on the LCD display (refer to section 4.2.7 Event Screen for more information).
6. Switch ON the UPS by pressing the power button on the UPS front panel or through the control page on the LCD panel (refer to section
4.2.3 Control Screen for more information).
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4.1 Control Panel Description
The control panel and display screen are located on the UPS front panel. This interface monitors all measured parameters, UPS status,
battery status and alarms. The control interface is divided into four sections: (1) LCD panel, (2) LED indicators, (3) Power Button and (4)
Audible Alarm. Refer to Figure 4.1.
2
1
Figure 4.1 Control Panel
3
1 LCD Panel: Graphic display and all measured parameters.
2 LED Indicators: Refer to Table 4.1.
3 Power Button: Refer to Table 4.2.
4 Audible Alarm: Refer to Table 4.3.
Table 4.1: LED Indicators
LED
Colour
LINE
Green
BYPASS
Yellow
LOAD
Green
INV
Green
BATTERY
Red
FAULT/ALARM
Red
Status
On
Flashing
Off
On
Flashing
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Flashing
Off
On
Flashing
Off
Definition
Input source is normal.
Input source is abnormal.
No input source
Load on Bypass.
Input source is abnormal.
Bypass not operating.
There is power output for the load.
There is no power output for the load.
Load on inverters.
Inverters not operating (unless in ECO Mode).
Load on Battery.
Low battery
Battery converter is normal and battery is charging.
UPS fault.
UPS alarm.
Normal.
Table 4.2: Power Button
Control Key
Power On/Off
Description
Turn on UPS or Turn off UPS (hold 2 seconds).
Table 4.3: Audible Alarm
UPS Condition
Power On/Off
Bypass Mode
Battery Mode
Low Battery
UPS Alarm
UPS Fault
Description
Buzzer sounds 2 seconds.
Buzzer sounds once every minute.
Buzzer sounds every 2 seconds.
Buzzer sounds every 0.5 seconds.
Buzzer sounds every 1 second.
Buzzer sounds continuously.
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4.2 LCD Screen Description
4.2.1 Initial Screen
Upon powering on, the UPS will execute POST (Power-On Self-Test). The initial screen (shown below) will display for approximately 5
seconds.
Online UPS
Figure 4.2 Initial Screen
4.2.2 Main Screen
After initialization, the main screen will display.
1
4
6
2
3
5
2018/01/01
Figure 4.3 Main Screen
The Main Screen is divided into six sections:
1 UPS Operation Mode: Shows UPS current operation mode and status.
2 UPS Flow Chart: Shows current flow chart and measurement data.
3 Main Menu: Touch each icon to enter submenu. Refer to Figure 4.4 for menu tree.
Main
HOME
CONTROL
MEASUREMENT
SETUP
Figure 4.4 Menu Tree
4 UPS Power Rating: Shows UPS power rating.
5 Date and Time: Shows current date and time.
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EVENTS
4. Control Panel and LCD Operations
6 UPS Status: The descriptions of each icon and its status are listed as:
Icon
UPS Status
LED Status
UPS operating in Standby Mode or Shutdown Mode.
LOAD – Off
UPS operating in Line Mode or Converter Mode.
LINE, INV and LOAD – On
UPS operating in Bypass Mode or ECO Mode.
LINE, BYPASS and LOAD – On
UPS operating in Battery Mode or Battery Test Mode.
BATT, INV and LOAD – On
UPS operating in Fault Mode.
FAULT – On or Flashing (Alarm)
4.2.3 Control Screen
Touch
to enter into the submenu (as shown in Figures 4.5 and 4.6).
System Turn On
System Turn Off
Manual Battery Test
CONTROL
Cancel Battery Test
Yes or No
Turn to Bypass
Shutdown Restore
Cancel Shutdown
Charger Turn On
Charger Turn Off
Figure 4.5 Control Screen
2018/01/01
Figure 4.6 Control Menu
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Touch any option directly. The confirmation screen will pop up. Touch
to confirm command or
to cancel command.
Figure 4.7 Confirmation Screen
4.2.4. Measurement Screen
Touch
to enter into the Measurement submenu. You may choose input, output, bypass, load or battery to monitor each detailed
status. Refer to Figures 4.8 and 4.9.
Input
Output
Bypass
MEASUREMENT
Load
Battery
Figure 4.8 Measurement Menu
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Figure 4.9 Measurement Screens: INPUT, OUTPUT, BYPASS, LOAD, and BATTERY
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Table 4.4: Measurement Items
Submenu
Input
Output
Bypass
Load
Battery
Item
L-N Voltage (V)
Frequency (Hz)
L-N Voltage (V)
L-N Current (A)
Frequency (Hz)
Power Factor
L-N Voltage (V)
Frequency (Hz)
Power Factor
Sout (kVA)
Pout (kW)
Load Level (%)
Positive Voltage (V)
Negative Voltage (V)
Positive Current (A)
Negative Current (A)
Remain Time (Sec)
Capacity (%)
Test Result
Charging Status
Temperature 01(°C)
Temperature 02(°C)
Temperature 03(°C)
Temperature 04(°C)
Temperature 05(°C)
Explanation
Input phase voltage (L1, L2, L3). Units: 0.1V.
Input frequency (L1, L2, L3). Units: 0.1 Hz.
Output phase voltage (L1, L2, L3). Units: 0.1V.
Output phase current (L1, L2, L3). Units: 0.1A.*
Output frequency (L1, L2, L3). Units: 0.1 Hz.
Output power factor (L1, L2, L3).
Bypass phase voltage (L1, L2, L3). Units: 0.1V.
Bypass frequency (L1, L2, L3). Units: 0.1 Hz.
Bypass power factor (L1, L2, L3).
Apparent power. Units: 0.1kVA.
Active power. Units: 0.1kW.
The percentage of connected load. Units: 1%.
Battery positive voltage. Units: 0.1V.
Battery negative voltage. Units: 0.1V.
Battery positive current. Units: 0.1A.
Battery negative current. Units: 0.1A.
Battery remaining runtime. Units: 1 sec.
The percentage of the battery capacity. Units: 1%.
Battery test result.
Battery charging status.
Temperature of external battery pack. Units: 0.1°C.
Temperature of external battery pack through extra communication card T1. Units: 0.1°C.
Temperature of external battery pack through extra communication card T2. Units: 0.1°C.
Temperature of external battery pack through extra communication card T3. Units: 0.1°C.
Temperature of external battery pack through extra communication card T4. Units: 0.1°C.
* Output current at zero load or low load may indicate up to 1% current flow on the display due to inverter activity. For load power readings, go to the LOAD
submenu on the display.
4.2.5. Setup Screen
Touch the
to enter into the Setup submenu. It requires a password to access the General, SYSTEM, BATTERY and PRE-ALARM
submenus (as shown in Figures 4.10 and 4.11). The default password is 0000.
GENERAL
SYSTEM
SETUP
Enter Password
BATTERY
PRE-ALARM
PARALLEL
Figure 4.10 Setup Menu
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Touch the grey column to access the numerical keyboard. Enter a 4-digit password and press
incorrect password is entered, you may retry.
to enter the SETUP submenu. If an
Figure 4.11 Enter Password Screens
There are two levels of password protection: user password and administrator password.
The default user password is 0000. It may be changed by the user.
The administrator password is owned by trained service personnel.
Different password levels can access different settings. The setting can be changed in various operation modes. Refer to Table 4.5 for
details.
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Table 4.5: All Setting Items in Setup Menu
Bypass
Mode
Line
Mode
Battery
Mode
Battery
Test Mode
Fault
Mode
Converter
Mode
ECO
Mode
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Line Voltage Range
Y
Y
Line Frequency Range
Y
Load
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Maintainer/
Administrator
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
UPS Parallel
Y
Y
Y
Independent Battery
Y
Y
Y
Battery
System
General
Setting item
Model Name*
Language**
TIME
Change Password
Baud Rate
Audible Alarm
Factory Reset
EEPROM Reset
EPO Function
Save Setting
Startup Screen
Output Voltage
Bypass Voltage Range
Bypass Frequency Range
Converter Mode
ECO Mode
Bypass Mode
Auto-Restart
Cold Start
Battery Mode Delay Time
System Shutdown Time
System Restore Time
Charger Test
Battery Capacity in Ah
Maximum Charging Current
Battery Low/Shutdown Setting
Periodic Battery Test
Battery Test Interval
Stop by Time
Stop by Battery Voltage
Stop by Battery Capacity
Battery Age Alert
Temperature Compensation
Charging Voltage
Auto-Restart Battery Voltage
Parallel Pre-Alarm
Authorisation
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Standby
Mode
UPS Operation
Mode
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
User
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
“Y” indicates available options exist in each given mode.
* Model names can be customised.
** English only.
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Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
4. Control Panel and LCD Operations
Setup Procedure
Step 1: Choose between GENERAL, SYSTEM, BATTERY and PRE-ALARM.
Step 2: Each item will show its current value and alternative settings.
Step 3: Choose
to confirm the change or
to cancel any modifications.
Figure 4.12 Setting Procedure
4.2.5.1 Setup-General Screen
The Setup-General screen and setting list options are shown in Figure 4.13 and Table 4.6.
Figure 4.13 Setup-General Screen
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Table 4.6: Setup-General Setting List
Setting Item
Sub Item
Model Name
--
Language
--
Adjust Time
System Installed Date
TIME
System Last Maintain Date
Battery Installed Date
Battery Last Maintain Date
Baud Rate
--
Audible Alarm
--
Factory Reset
--
EEPROM Reset
--
EPO Function
--
Password
--
Save Setting
--
Startup Screen
--
Explanation
Set UPS Name (xxxxxxxxxx).
The max. length is 10 characters.
Provides 3 optional LCD languages:
• English (Default)
• Traditional Chinese
• Simplified Chinese
Set current date and time.
(yyyy / mm / dd hour : min : sec)
MUST be set after UPS installation
Set system installed date
(yyyy / mm / dd)
2018/1/1 (Default)
MUST be set after UPS installation
Set system latest maintenance date
(yyyy / mm / dd)
MUST be set after UPS installation
Maintainer/Administrator Only
Set battery installed date
(yyyy / mm / dd)
MUST be set after UPS installation
Set battery latest maintenance date
(yyyy / mm / dd)
MUST be set after UPS installation
Set SNMP Port (COM Port0) Baud Rate
• 2400 (Default)
• 4800
• 9600
Set RS-232 Port (COM Port1) Baud Rate
• 2400 (Default)
• 4800
• 9600
Set Audible Alarm
• Disable
• Enable (Default)
Restore to factory default setting
Refer to Table 4.7
Restore EEPROM to default setting
Refer to Table 4.7
Set EPO active status
• Normal Close Active (Default)
• Normal Open Active
Set New Password.
0000 (Default)
Save all settings to EEPROM.
Use this feature to save the changed setting(s). Must be performed when
any changes are made to the settings.
Set up initial screen. (xxxxxxxxxxxx).
The max. length is 12 characters.
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Table 4.7: EEPROM Reset Category List
Setting Item
General
System
Battery
Model Name
Language
Adjust Time
System Installed Date
System Last Maintain Date
Battery Installed Date
Battery Last Maintain Date
Change Password
Baud Rate
Audible Alarm
Factory Reset
EEPROM Reset
EPO Function
Save Setting
Startup Screen
Output Voltage
Bypass Voltage Range
Bypass Frequency Range
Converter Mode
ECO Mode
Bypass Mode
Auto-Restart
Cold Start
Battery Mode Delay Time
System Shutdown Time
System Restore Time
Charger Test
Battery Capacity in Ah
Maximum Charging Current
Battery Low/Shutdown Setting
Periodic Battery Test
Battery Test Interval
Stop by Time
Stop by Battery Voltage
Stop by Battery Capacity
Battery Age Alert
Temperature Compensation
Charging Voltage
Auto-Restart Battery Voltage
Factory Reset
EEPROM Reset
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Pre-Alarm
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Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
4. Control Panel and LCD Operations
4.2.5.2 Setup-System Screen
The Setup-System Screen and setting options are shown in Figure 4.14 and Table 4.8. System Setting can only be accessed when the
UPS is operated in a specific mode (refer to Table 4.5 for the details). If an option is not available under a specific mode, a warning
screen will appear (Figure 4.15).
This mode cannot be set up!!
Figure 4.14 Setup-System Screen
Figure 4.15 Warning Screen
Table 4.8: Setup-System Setting List
Setting Item
Sub Item
Output Voltage
(Line ->N)
--
Bypass Voltage Range
BYPASS SETTING
Bypass Frequency Range
Converter Mode
--
ECO Mode
--
Bypass Mode
--
Auto-Restart
--
Explanation
Set output voltage
• 220V AC (Default)
• 230V AC
• 240V AC
MUST be reviewed after UPS installation
Set bypass voltage range:
Upper limit
• +10%
• +15% (Default)
• +20%
Lower limit
• -10%
• -20% (Default)
• -30%
Set bypass Frequency range:
Upper/ Lower limit
• +/- 1Hz
• +/- 2Hz
• +/- 4Hz (Default)
Set Converter Mode
• Disable (Default)
• Enable
Set ECO Mode
• Disable (Default)
• Enable
Set Bypass Mode
• Disable
• Enable (Default, MUST be in Bypass Mode to disable)
MUST be reviewed after UPS installation.
If you need the Bypass power when UPS is OFF, please enable it.
Set auto-restart
• Disable
• Enable (Default)
When “Enable” is set and a UPS shutdown occurs due to low battery, the UPS will
return to Line Mode once the utility power is restored.
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Setting Item
Sub Item
Cold Start
--
Battery Mode Delay
Time
--
System Shutdown Time
Shutdown/Restore
System Restore Time
Charger Test
--
Explanation
Set cold start
• Disable
• Enable (Default)
After “Enable” is set, the UPS can be turned on without connecting to utility by
pressing Battery Start Button. Refer to cold start operation for the details (refer to
7.2 Cold Startup).
Set system shutdown delay time in Battery Mode (0~9990sec).
• 0: Disable (Default)
• Not 0: Enable
When this feature is enabled, UPS will shut off output after UPS operates in
Battery Mode for the set number of seconds.
Set system shutdown time (0.2~99 min.)
• 0.2 min. (Default)
This delay time will start counting when the CONTROL-Shutdown Restore
command is executed.
Set system restore time (0~9999 min.)
• 1 min. (Default)
This delay time will start counting after shutdown time is elapsed when the
CONTROL-Shutdown Restore command is executed.
Set charger test
• Disable (Default)
• Enable
4.2.5.3 Setup-Battery Screen
The Setup-Battery Screen and Setting options are shown in Figure 4.16 and Table 4.9. Battery Setting can only be set when UPS is
operated in Standby Mode.
Figure 4.16 Setup-Battery Screen
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Table 4.9: Setup-Battery Setting List
Setting Item
Sub Item
Battery Capacity
in Ah
--
Maximum Charging
Current
Recommended to Use 10%
Battery Amp-Hour Rating
Low Voltage
Battery Low/
Shutdown Setting
Low Capacity
Shutdown Voltage (LVC)
Battery Test
Periodic Battery Test
Battery Test Interval
Stop by Time
Stop by Battery Voltage
Stop by Battery Capacity
Battery Age Alert
Battery Age Alert (Months)
Temperature
Compensation
--
Charging Voltage
--
Auto-Restart Battery
-Voltage
Explanation
Set battery capacity. (up to 999)
• 9Ah (Default)
MUST be set after UPS installation or battery capacity is changed.
Set battery maximum charging current (1~24A 100KVA/1~32A 120KVA/1~40A
160KVA/1~48A 200KVA)
• 2A (Default), may be increased via the display
MUST be set after UPS installation or battery capacity is changed.
Set battery low voltage (10 ~11.5V) x (Battery Number)
• 11V x Battery Number (Default)
Set battery low capacity (20~50%)
• 20% (Default)
Set battery voltage point for system shutdown in Battery Mode (10.0V) x (Battery
Number)
• 10V x Battery Number (Default)
Set periodic battery test disable or enable
• Disable (Default)
• Enable
Set battery test interval (7~99 Days)
• 30 Days (Default)
Set testing time for battery test (10~1000 Seconds)
• 10 sec (Default)
Set stop battery voltage in battery test (11~12V) x (Battery Number)
• 11V x Battery Number (Default)
Set battery capacity to stop battery testing. (20~50%)
• 20% (Default)
Set battery age for replacement. (Disable, 12~60 Months)
• Disable (Default)
If this feature is enabled and the battery has been installed over this period, there
is a “Battery Age Alert” warning to indicate it.
Set battery temperature compensation.
• When Enabled, 3(mV/C/cell)
Set battery charging voltage. (2.30~2.35V)
• 14.1V/Battery, 2.35V/Cell (Default)
Set battery float voltage. (2.23~2.35V)
• 13.65V/Battery, 2.27V/Cell (Default)
Set auto-restart battery voltage. (0 or 12.0V~13.0V)
• 0V (Default)
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4.2.5.4 Pre-Alarm Screen
The Pre-Alarm Screen Setup and Setting options are shown in Figure 4.17 and Table 4.10. The Pre-Alarm Setting can be accessed in any
operation mode.
Figure 4.17 Setup-Pre-Alarm Screen
Table 4.10: Setup Pre-Alarm Setting List
Setting Item
Sub Item
Line Voltage Range
--
Line Frequency
Range
--
Load
--
Explanation
Set line voltage range:
Upper limit
• +5%
• +10%
• +15%
• +20% (Default)
Lower limit
• -5%
• -10%
• -15%
• -20% (Default)
Set line frequency range:
Upper / Lower limit
• +/- 1 Hz
• +/- 2 Hz
• +/- 3 Hz
• +/- 4 Hz (Default)
Set UPS overload percentage (40~100%)
• 100% (Default)
Set UPS load unbalance percentage (20~100%)
• 100% (Default)
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4.2.5.5 Setup Parallel Screen
Touch the “PARALLEL” tab to access the parallel function page. Refer to Table 4.11 for Setup Parallel Setting List.
Figure 4.18 Setup Parallel Screen
Table 4.11: Setup Parallel Setting List
Setting Item
Sub Item
UPS Parallel
--
Independent Battery --
Explanation
Set UPS Parallel
• Disable (Default)
• Enable
Set Independent Battery
• Disable (Default)
• Enable
4.2.6 Information Screen
Touch
to enter the submenu. In this screen, you can check the UPS configurations. There are three submenus: Identification,
System and Battery.
Identification
System
INFORMATION
Battery
Figure 4.19 Information Menu
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4.2.6.1 INFORMATION - Identification Screen
When the Identification submenu is selected, the Model Name, Serial No. and Firmware Version will be display. Use the UP and DOWN
arrows to switch between pages.
Figure 4.20 Identification Screen Page
4.2.6.2 INFORMATION - System Screen
When the System submenu is selected, information such as the system power, nominal voltage, nominal frequency, etc. will display. Use
the UP and DOWN arrows to switch between pages.
Figure 4.21 INFORMATION System Screen Page 1
Figure 4.22 INFORMATION System Screen Page 2
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4.2.6.3. INFORMATION - Battery Screen
When the Battery submenu is selected, information such as battery, capacity, charging current, etc., will display
Figure 4.23 INFORMATION Battery Screen Page
4.2.7 Event Screen
When an event occurs,
4.25 for the menu tree.
will flash on the main screen. You also can touch
to check the latest events and history. Refer to Figure
Figure 4.24 Alarm Warning Screen
Current Events
History Events
EVENTS
Reset All Events
Figure 4.25 Events Menu
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4.2.7.1 Current Events
When an event occurs, it will display the power stage ID* and alarm code on the Current Events screen. Up to 50 events can be saved,
though only 10 events are listed per page. If more than 10 events are exceeded, touch
to scroll to other events on the list.
Note: Refer to section 3.2 Open Front Panel to identify power stage ID.
Figure 4.26 Current Events Screen
4.2.7.2 History Events
Detailed event information is saved in HISTORY EVENT. Up to 500 events can be saved. When a warning occurs, it will display the alarm
code, alarm time and power stage ID (refer to section 3.2 Open Front Panel to identify power stage ID). When a fault event occurs, it will
display the alarm description, alarm time and power stage ID (refer to Table 4.12). In order to record more historical information about
the UPS system, the important changes in setting (Table 4.13), UPS operation mode changes (Table 4.14) and control action execution
(Table 4.15) will be saved in HISTORY EVENT. Refer to Figure 4.27 for details.
Figure 4.27 History Events Screen
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4.3 Alarm List
Table 4.12 provides the complete list of UPS alarm messages.
Messages in the LCD
Fault! Bus Over Voltage
Fault! Bus Under Voltage
Fault! Bus Voltage Unbalance
Fault! Bus Short
Fault! Bus Soft Start Time Out
Fault! Inverter Soft Start Time Out
Fault! Inverter Voltage Over
Fault! Inverter Voltage High
Fault! Inverter Voltage Low
Fault! R Inverter Voltage Short
Fault! S Inverter Voltage Short
Fault! T Inverter Voltage Short
Fault! RS Inverter Voltage Short
Fault! ST Inverter Voltage Short
Fault! TR Inverter Voltage Short
Fault! Inverter R Negative Power
Fault! Inverter S Negative Power
Fault! Inverter T Negative Power
Fault! Over Load Fault
Fault! Battery Fault
Fault! Over Temperature
Fault! CAN Fault
Fault! TRIG0 Fault
Fault! Relay Fault
Fault! Line SCR Fail
Fault! EEPROM Fault
Fault! Parallel Cable Loose Fault
Fault! DSP MCU Stop Communicate
Fault! Bypass Temperature Fault
Fault! Bypass SCR Fault
Line Fail
Line Restore
Warning! EPO Active
Warning! Over Load Fail
Warning! Communicate CAN Fail
Warning! Over Load
Warning! Battery Open
Warning! Battery voltage High
Warning! Turn On Abnormal
Warning! Charge Fail
Warning! EEPROM Fail
Warning! Fan Lock
Warning! Line Phase Error
Warning! Bypass Phase Error
Warning! N Loss
Warning! Internal Initial Fail
Warning! Comm Syn Signal Fail
Warning! Comm. TRIG0 Fail
Warning! Power Stage loss
Warning! Parallel Sys Config. Wrong
Warning! Maintenance Bypass
Warning! Battery Age Alert
Warning! Parallel UPS Cable Loose
Explanation
DC bus voltage is too high.
DC bus voltage is too low.
DC bus voltage is not balanced.
DC bus is short.
The rectifiers cannot start due to low DC bus voltage within specified duration.
Inverter bus voltage cannot reach desired voltage within specified duration.
Inverter Voltage is over Peak Value.
Inverter Voltage is too high.
Inverter Voltage is too low.
R phase inverter Output is short-circuited.
S phase inverter Output is short-circuited.
T phase inverter Output is short-circuited.
R-S inverter Output is short-circuited.
S-T inverter Output is short-circuited.
T-R inverter Output is short-circuited.
R phase inverter Output Negative Power over range.
S phase inverter Output Negative Power over range.
T phase inverter Output Negative Power over range.
Heavy overload causes UPS fault.
Batteries reversed.
Make sure adequate space is allowed for air ventilation and that the fan is working.
CAN communication fault.
Synchronised trigger signal fault.
Inverter relay fault.
Line SCR short circuit fault.
EEPROM operation error.
As stated.
As stated.
As stated
As stated.
Utility lost or abnormal.
Utility recovered to normal.
Check the EPO connector.
The load devices are demanding more power than the UPS can supply. Line Mode will transfer to
Bypass Mode.
CAN communication error.
When in Line Mode, the load devices are demanding more power than the UPS can supply.
Battery not connected.
Battery voltage is too high.
As stated.
As stated.
EEPROM operation error.
As stated.
As stated.
As stated.
Neutral loss.
As stated.
Communicate Synchronization Signal Fail.
Communicate Trigger signal fault.
Power stage is not detected.
Parallel System Configure error.
Enter maintenance.
Battery Life expiration.
As stated.
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4. Control Panel and LCD Operations
Messages in the LCD
Warning! Parallel UPS Config. Wrong
Warning! Battery Voltage Low
Warning! ID Conflict
Pre-Alarm! Line Voltage Fail
Pre-Alarm! Line Voltage Normal
Pre-Alarm! Line Frequency Unstable
Pre-Alarm! Line Frequency Normal
Pre-Alarm! Over Load
Pre-Alarm! Load Normal
Pre-Alarm! Load Unbalance
Explanation
Parallel UPS Configure error.
Battery voltage is too low.
Power stage ID in conflict.
Line voltage over range.
Line voltage recovered to normal.
Line frequency over range.
Line frequency recovered to normal.
Output Load over range.
Output Load recovered to normal.
Output Load unbalance.
4.4 History Record
Table 4.13: Warning List For Changing Important Settings
Item No.
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
41
43
45
Description
Setup! Model Name
Setup! Language
Setup! Adjust Time
Setup! System Installed Date
Setup! System Last Maintain Date
Setup! Battery Installed Date
Setup! Battery Last Maintain Date
Setup! Change Password
Setup! Baud Rate
Setup! Audible Alarm
Setup! Factory Reset
Setup! EEPROM Reset
Setup! EPO Function
Setup! Save Setting
Setup! Power Rating Setting
Setup! Nominal Battery Voltage
Setup! Maximum Charging Current
Setup! Battery Low Capacity
Setup! Periodic Battery Test
Setup! BATTERY Age Alert
Setup! Charging Voltage
Setup! UPS Parallel
Setup! Auto-Restart Battery Voltage
Item No.
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
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Description
Setup! Turn On Password
Setup! Change Turn On Password
Setup! Nominal Power Display
Setup! Output Voltage
Setup! Bypass Voltage Range
Setup! Bypass Frequency Range
Setup! Converter Mode
Setup! ECO Mode
Setup! Bypass Mode
Setup! Auto-Restart
Setup! Cold Start
Setup! Battery Mode Delay Time
Setup! Shutdown Restore Time
Setup! Redundancy
Setup! Charger Test
Setup! Battery Capacity in Ah
Setup! Battery Low Voltage
Setup! Battery Shutdown Voltage
Setup! Stop By Time
Setup! Temperature Compensation
Setup! PRE-ALARM
Setup! Independent Battery
Item No.
2
4
6
8
10
Description
UPS Mode! Standby Mode
UPS Mode! Line Mode
UPS Mode! Battery Test Mode
UPS Mode! Converter Mode
UPS Mode! Shutdown Mode
Item No.
2
4
6
8
Description
Control! System Turn Off
Control! Cancel Battery Test
Control! Shutdown Restore
Control! Charger Turn On
Table 4.14: UPS Mode Changes
Item No.
1
3
5
7
9
11
Description
UPS Mode! Power On Mode
UPS Mode! Bypass Mode
UPS Mode! Battery Mode
UPS Mode! Fault Mode
UPS Mode! ECO Mode
UPS Mode! Un-Connection
Table 4.15: Control Action Execution
Item No.
1
3
5
7
9
Description
Control! System Turn On
Control! Manual Battery Test
Control! Turn To Bypass
Control! Cancel Shutdown
Control! Charger Turn Off
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5. Interface and Communication
The front panel contains a Battery Temperature sensor port, two Emergency Power Off Ports, a communication port (RS-232/USB), SNMP
card slot and an extra communication card slot.
X1
X2
SNMP Card Slot
RS 232 Port
USB Port
Figure 5.1 Dry Contact Ports and Communication Ports
Dry Contact No.
X1
X2
Function
Battery Temperature Detection Thermostat Port
Remote EPO Input Port
5.1. X1 - Temperature Detection Port for External Battery Pack
The UPS is equipped with a battery temperature detection function. The UPS can receive a battery temperature signal through the
temperature detection thermostat board. Communication between the UPS and battery temperature detection thermostat board is via I2C
communication protocol. X1 is the battery temperature detection port. The port is shown in Figure 5.2 and described in Table 5.1.
Figure 5.2 Battery Temperature Detection Port
Table 5.1 Description of Battery Temperature Detection Port
Name
SCL
SDA
+3.0V
Power GND
Position
X1.1
X1.2
X1.3
X1.4
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Description
I²C communication SCL Signal
I²C communication SDA Signal
3V
GND
5. Interface and Communication
5.2 X2 - Remote EPO Input Port
The UPS is equipped with Emergency Power Off (EPO) Function that can be operated by a remote contact assigned by the users. EPO is
defaulted to Normally Closed (N.C.).
Note: The open contact activates EPO function.
Users may change the setting to Normally Open via the LCD display.
X2 is the remote EPO input port. This port is shown in Figure 5.3 and described in Table 5.2.
Figure 5.3 Remote EPO Input Port
Table 5.2 Description of Remote EPO Port
EPO Logic Setting
N.C
N.O
Position
X2.1 and X2.2
X2.1 and X2.2
Description
EPO activated when Opened X2.1 and X2.2
EPO activated when Shorted X2.1 and X2.2
If EPO Logic setting is Normally Closed (N.C), the EPO will be triggered when pins 1 and pin 2 of X1 are opened. Otherwise, EPO Logic
setting is Normal Opened (N.O). The EPO will be triggered when pins 1 and pin 2 of X2 are closed.
Notes:
1. EPO function shuts down the rectifiers, chargers, inverters and static transfer switch, but it does not internally disconnect the input power supply.
2. The default setting of the EPO function logic is Normal Closed (N.C).
3. A user-supplied REPO button must be latching type and in a normally closed position.
5.3 Other Communication Interface
5.3.1 RS-232 Port
The RS-232 port is located on the panel behind the front door. The RS-232 port provides service support when upgrading the UPS
software to a different revision.
5.3.2 USB Port
This port is for service purpose only.
Note: The RS232 and USB ports WILL NOT work simultaneously.
5.3.3. SNMP Slot for Monitoring Using WEBCARDLX (Optional cards)
Install an optional WEBCARDLX card in this slot to remotely monitor and control the UPS via network. The RELAYCARDSV may also
be inserted in this slot to provide dry contact I/P and O/P signals and temperature sensors communication functionality. Refer to the
WEBCARDLX and RELAYCARDSV manuals for further details.
Note: Only one card may be used at a time.
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6. Operation Principles
6.1 UPS Block Diagram
Maintenance
Breaker
Input 2
Static Switch
Input
Breaker
RECT
Inv
Output
Input 1
Output
Breaker
UPS Module
Charger
UPS Module
Bat Module
Charger
Bat Module
Figure 6.1 Wiring Diagram for a Standard Single Input UPS
Maintenance
Breaker
Input
Breaker
Input 2
Static Switch
Input
Breaker
RECT
Inv
Output
Input 1
Output
Breaker
UPS Module
Charger
Bat Module
Bat Module
UPS Module
Charger
Figure 6.2 Wiring Diagram for Dual Inputs (Offered on a Different S3MX UPS Model)
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6. Operation Principles
6.2 Operation Modes
This UPS is a 3-phase, four wire on-line, double-conversion and reverse-transfer UPS that permits operation in the following modes:
• Standby Mode
• Line Mode
• Battery Mode
• Bypass Mode
• Converter Mode
• ECO Mode
• Shutdown Mode
• Maintenance Bypass Mode (Manual Bypass)
6.2.1 Standby Mode
The UPS will enter Standby Mode (if BYPASS is disabled) until the UPS is turned on. When the UPS is powered on in Standby Mode, the
charger function will be active when the battery is connected. The load is not powered under this mode.
Q4
Maintenance Breaker
STS
Single
Input
Rectifier
Inverter
Main
Load
Q1
Input Breaker
Inverter
Relay
Q3
Output Breaker
Battery Breaker
Q4
Maintenance Breaker
STS
Bypass
Q2
Bypass Breaker
Dual
Inputs
Rectifier
Inverter
Main
Load
Q1
Input Breaker
Inverter
Relay
Battery Breaker
Standby Mode Diagrams
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Q3
Output Breaker
6. Operation Principles
6.2.2 Line Mode
In Line Mode, the rectifier delivers power from the mains and supplies DC power to the inverter and the charger charges the battery. The
inverter filters the DC power and converts it into pure, stable AC power to power the load.
Q4
Maintenance Breaker
STS
Single
Input
Rectifier
Inverter
Main
Load
Q1
Input Breaker
Inverter
Relay
Q3
Output Breaker
Battery Breaker
Q4
Maintenance Breaker
STS
Bypass
Q2
Bypass Breaker
Dual
Inputs
Rectifier
Inverter
Main
Load
Q1
Input Breaker
Inverter
Relay
Battery Breaker
Line Mode Diagrams
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Q3
Output Breaker
6. Operation Principles
6.2.3 Battery Mode
The UPS automatically transfers to Battery Mode if the Utility fails. There is no interruption to the load upon failure. In Battery Mode, the
rectifier delivers power from the battery and supplies DC power to the inverter. The inverter filters the DC power and converts it into pure
and stable AC power to power the load.
Q4
Maintenance Breaker
STS
Single
Input
Rectifier
Inverter
Main
Load
Q1
Input Breaker
Inverter
Relay
Q3
Output Breaker
Battery Breaker
Q4
Maintenance Breaker
STS
Bypass
Q2
Bypass Breaker
Dual
Inputs
Rectifier
Inverter
Main
Load
Q1
Input Breaker
Inverter
Relay
Battery Breaker
Battery Mode Diagrams
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Q3
Output Breaker
6. Operation Principles
6.2.4 Frequency Conversion Mode
When the UPS is manually set in converter mode, the output frequency can be set as 50 Hz or 60 Hz. After the output frequency is set up,
the system will automatically disable the bypass function. Once the inverter shuts down, there is no bypass output. During converter mode,
the NORMAL LED indicator (NORMAL) illuminates (green).
LOAD
Rectifier
Inverter
MAINS
Batteries
Frequency Conversion Mode Diagram
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6. Operation Principles
6.2.5 Bypass Mode
Upon connecting to utility input power, the UPS is in Bypass Mode before the UPS is turned on (if BYPASS setting is enabled), and charger
function will be active when battery is connected.
If the UPS has been turned on and encounters abnormal situations (over-temperature, overload, etc.), the static transfer switch will
transfer the load from the inverter to the bypass source with no interruption. If the transference was caused by a recoverable reason, the
UPS will return to Line Mode once the situation has been resolved.
Q4
Maintenance Breaker
STS
Single
Input
Rectifier
Inverter
Main
Load
Q1
Input Breaker
Inverter
Relay
Q3
Output Breaker
Battery Breaker
Q4
Maintenance Breaker
STS
Bypass
Q2
Bypass Breaker
Dual
Inputs
Rectifier
Inverter
Main
Load
Q1
Input Breaker
Inverter
Relay
Battery Breaker
Bypass Mode Diagrams
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Q3
Output Breaker
6. Operation Principles
6.2.6 ECO Mode
ECO Mode can be enabled through the LCD control panel. In ECO Mode, the load is diverted to bypass when the bypass voltage and
frequency are within their acceptable range. If the bypass voltage is out of range, the UPS will transfer the power source from bypass to
inverter. In order to shorten the transfer time, the rectifier and inverter will be operating when the UPS is in ECO Mode.
Q4
Maintenance Breaker
STS
Single
Input
Rectifier
Inverter
Main
Load
Q1
Input Breaker
Inverter
Relay
Q3
Output Breaker
Battery Breaker
Q4
Maintenance Breaker
STS
Bypass
Q2
Bypass Breaker
Dual
Inputs
Rectifier
Inverter
Main
Load
Q1
Input Breaker
Inverter
Relay
Battery Breaker
ECO Mode Diagrams
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Q3
Output Breaker
6. Operation Principles
6.2.7 Shutdown Mode
When the UPS is in the off state and utility power source is absent, the UPS will enter Shutdown Mode. When the utility power source
is absent and the UPS has discharged the batteries to the cut-off voltage level of 10V/battery at 25C, the UPS will also enter into a
Shutdown Mode. When the UPS enters this mode, it will shut off the control power of the UPS and rectifier, and shut down the charger
and inverter.
Q4
Maintenance Breaker
STS
Single
Input
Rectifier
Inverter
Main
Load
Q1
Input Breaker
Inverter
Relay
Q3
Output Breaker
Battery Breaker
Q4
Maintenance Breaker
STS
Bypass
Q2
Bypass Breaker
Dual
Inputs
Rectifier
Inverter
Main
Load
Q1
Input Breaker
Inverter
Relay
Battery Breaker
Shutdown Mode Diagrams
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Q3
Output Breaker
6. Operation Principles
6.2.8 Maintenance Bypass Mode
A manual bypass switch is available to ensure continuity of supply to the critical load when the UPS becomes unavailable (e.g. during a
maintenance procedure). Before entering the Maintenance Bypass Mode, make sure the bypass power source is available.
Q4
Maintenance Breaker
STS
Single
Input
Rectifier
Inverter
Main
Load
Q1
Input Breaker
Inverter
Relay
Q3
Output Breaker
Battery Breaker
Q4
Maintenance Breaker
STS
Bypass
Q2
Bypass Breaker
Dual
Inputs
Rectifier
Inverter
Main
Load
Q1
Input Breaker
Inverter
Relay
Battery Breaker
Maintenance Bypass Mode Diagrams
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Q3
Output Breaker
7. UPS Operation
WARNING
• Do not start the UPS until the installation is completed.
• Make sure the wiring is connected correctly and power cables are firmly fixed.
• Make sure the Power Stages’ addresses have been configured correctly. Refer to section 3.3 and Table 3.1 for details.
• Make sure all breakers are switched OFF.
7.1 AC Startup
Use the following procedures when turning on the UPS from a fully “powered-down” state.
Step 1: Apply utility power to the UPS.
Step 2: Turn ON the battery breaker (external battery cabinet).
Step 3: Turn ON the Input breaker (Q1).
Step 4: Wait one minute. The LCD panel is displayed as shown below. The UPS will enter Bypass Mode if the setting of Bypass Mode is
enabled (default setting). If Bypass Mode is disabled, the UPS will remain in Standby Mode.
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7. UPS Operation
Step 5: Make sure there no warning or fault events recorded. However, if there is a warning or fault event, please refer to
8. Troubleshooting to resolve the issue.
Step 6: Turn ON the Output breaker (Q3).
Power On/Off button
Step 7: Press the Power ON/OFF button for two seconds until a beep is heard, then release to start the inverter.
Step 8: The UPS is now in Line Mode. AC startup is now complete.
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7. UPS Operation
7.2. Cold Start Startup
Step 1: Switch ON the battery breaker.
Step 2: Press the “Battery Start” button on any one of power stages to start up the control power.
Battery Start Button
Step 3: After pressing the “Battery Start” button, the UPS will display the initialization screen.
Step 4: While the UPS is displaying the Online screen, immediately press the “Power On/Off” button for 2 seconds until a beep is heard,
then release to start the inverter.
Power On/Off button
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Step 5: The UPS will enter Battery Mode.
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Step 6: Switch ON the output breaker (Q3). The cold start startup procedure is complete.
Step 7: Turn on the Input Breaker (Q1) when utility power is restored and verified OK.
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7. UPS Operation
7.3 Maintenance Bypass Operation
Follow the below steps to transfer to maintenance bypass for power stage maintenance and UPS protection.
7.3.1 Transfer Critical Load from Line Mode to Maintenance Bypass
Confirm Bypass Mode is enabled via the LCD display menu prior to performing the Maintenance Bypass procedure.
Step 1
Remove the mechanical locking plate securing the switch (S3M100KX model) or Q4 Maintenance Bypass breaker
(S3M120KX, S3M160KX and S3M300KX models).
Q4
Maintenance Bypass
S3M100KX (100 kVA)
Step 2
S3M120KX (120 kVA)
Q4
Maintenance Bypass
S3M160KX/S3M300KX
(160 kVA/200 kVA)
Confirm the UPS is operating in Bypass Mode.
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Step 3
Rotate switch to BYPASS (S3M100KX model), or Turn ON the Q4 Maintenance Bypass breaker (S3M120KX, S3M160KX
and S3M300KX models).
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
Q4
Maintenance Bypass
S3M100KX (100 kVA)
Step 4
Q4
Maintenance Bypass
S3M120KX (120 kVA) S3M160KX/S3M300KX
(160 kVA/200 kVA)
Turn OFF the Q3 Output breaker.
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7. UPS Operation
Step 5
Single input model:
Turn OFF the Q1 Input 1 breaker.
Single input model:
Turn OFF the Q1 Output breaker.
Q1
Q1
Input 1
Input 1
S3M100KX/S3M120KX
(100 kVA/200 kVA) Models
S3M160KX/S3M300KX
(160 kVA/200 kVA) Models
Dual input models (Optional):
Turn OFF the Q1 Input breaker and Q2 Input breaker.
Dual input models (Optional):
Turn OFF the Q1 Input breaker, Q2 Input breaker and Q3
Output breaker.
Q1
Input 1
Q1
Q3
Output
Input 1
Q2
Input 2
Q2
Input 2
S3M100KX/S3M120KX
(100 kVA/200 kVA) Models
Step 6
Step 7
S3M160KX/S3M300KX
(160 kVA/200 kVA) Models
The UPS will enter Shutdown Mode and will slowly de-energize. After the UPS powers off, turn OFF the battery breaker (external battery cabinet).
The critical load is now supported in Maintenance Bypass Mode.
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7. UPS Operation
7.3.2 Transfer Critical Load from Maintenance Bypass to Line Mode
Step 1
Step 2
Turn ON the battery breaker (external battery cabinet).
Single input model:
Turn ON the Q1 Input 1 breaker.
Single input model:
Turn ON the Q1 Input 1 breaker.
Q1
Q1
Input 1
Input 1
S3M100KX/S3M120KX
(100 kVA/200 kVA) Models
S3M160KX/S3M300KX
(160 kVA/200 kVA) Models
Dual input model (Option):
Turn ON the Q1 Input breaker and Q2 Input breaker.
Q1
Input 1
Dual input model (Option):
Turn ON the Q1 Input breaker and Q2 Input breaker
Input 2
Input 1
Input 2
S3M100KX/S3M120KX
00KVA/120KVA
(100 kVA/200 kVA) Models
Step 3
Q2
Q1
Q2
S3M160KX/S3M300KX
(160 160KVA/200KVA
kVA/200 kVA) Models
Go to the LCD INFORMATION Menu. Choose “SYSTEM” to ensure that Bypass Mode is enabled (“Power By Bypass”). If
Bypass Mode is disabled, set it to “enabled” through the SETUP menu and confirm the UPS is operating in Bypass Mode
before proceeding.
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Step 4
Proceed to Step 5.
Turn ON the Q3 Output breaker.
Q3
Output
S3M160KX/S3M300KX
(160 kVA/200 kVA) Models
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7. UPS Operation
Step 5
Rotate switch to “UPS” (S3M100KX model), or Turn OFF the Q4 Maintenance Bypass breaker (S3M120KX, S3M160KX and
S3M300KX models).
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
Q4
Maintenance Bypass
S3M100KX (100 kVA) S3M120KX (120 kVA)
Step 6
S3M160KX/S3M300KX
(160 kVA/200 kVA)
Secure the mechanical locking plate to the switch (S3M100KX model) or Q4 Maintenance Bypass breaker (S3M120KX,
S3M160KX and S3M300KX models).
Q4
Maintenance Bypass
S3M100KX (100 kVA)
Step 7
Step 8
Q4
Maintenance Bypass
S3M120KX (120 kVA)
Q4
Maintenance Bypass
S3M160KX/S3M300KX
(160 kVA/200 kVA)
Press Power ON/OFF button for 2 seconds until a beep is heard, then release to start the inverter.
The critical load is now supported in Line Mode.
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7. UPS Operation
7.4 Turn Off Operation
7.4.1 Turn Off Operation in Line Mode
The LCD diagrams shown below are when the UPS is operating in Line Mode.
Step 1: Press the “Power On/Off” button for 2 seconds until a beep is heard to turn off the UPS, or use the Menu-Control-System
Turn Off to turn off the UPS.
Power On/Off button
After turning off the UPS, the UPS will tranfer to Standby Mode or Bypass Mode, depending on the Bypass Mode setting.
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7. UPS Operation
7.4.2 Turn Off Operation in Bypass Mode / Standby Mode (Load Will Be Dropped)
When the UPS is not turned ON or OFF, the UPS operates in the Standby Mode or Bypass Mode, depending on the Bypass Mode setting.
LCD diagrams are showing Bypass Mode disabled or Standby Mode, and Bypass Mode enabled.
Step 1: Turn off the Output Breaker (Q3).
Bypass Mode Setting is Enabled
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Step 2: Turn off the Input Breaker (Q1).
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UPS enters Shutdown Mode.
Step 3: The UPS will enter Shutdown Mode and slowly de-energize. Wait until the LCD is OFF.
Step 4: After the UPS powers off, switch OFF the external power switch to disconnect the AC power to the UPS.
Step 5: If the UPS will remain disconnected from the AC power for an extended period, switch OFF the battery breaker
(external battery cabinet).
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7. UPS Operation
7.4.3 Turn Off Operation in Battery Mode
The LCD diagrams shown below are when the UPS is operating in Battery Mode.
Step 1: Press the “Power On/Off” button for 2 seconds to turn off the UPS, or use the Menu-Control-System
Turn Off to turn off the UPS.
Power On/Off button
After turning off the UPS, the UPS will transfer to Standby Mode.
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8. Troubleshooting
Fault and Warning events should be reviewed by authorised service personnel.
LCD Message
Fault! Bus Over Voltage
Fault! Bus Under Voltage
Fault! Bus Voltage Unbalance
Fault! Bus Short
Fault! Bus Soft Start Time Out
Fault! Inverter Soft Start Time Out
Fault! Inverter Voltage Over
Fault! Inverter Voltage High
Fault! Inverter Voltage Low
Fault! R Inverter Voltage Short
Fault! S Inverter Voltage Short
Fault! T Inverter Voltage Short
Fault! RS Inverter Voltage Short
Fault! ST Inverter Voltage Short
Fault! TR Inverter Voltage Short
Fault! Inverter R Negative Power
Fault! Inverter S Negative Power
Fault! Inverter T Negative Power
Fault! Over Load Fault
Fault! Battery Fault
Fault! Over Temperature
Explanation
DC bus voltage is too high.
DC bus voltage is too low.
DC bus voltage is not balanced.
DC bus is short.
The rectifiers could not start due to low DC bus
voltage within specified duration.
Inverter voltage cannot reach desired voltage within
specified duration.
Inverter Voltage over (Peak Value).
Inverter Voltage is too high.
Inverter Voltage is too Low.
R phase inverter Output is shorted.
S phase inverter Output is shorted.
T phase inverter Output is shorted.
R-S inverter Output is shorted.
S-T inverter Output is shorted.
T-R inverter Output is shorted.
R phase inverter Output Negative Power over range.
S phase inverter Output Negative Power over range.
T phase inverter Output Negative Power over range.
Heavy overload causes UPS fault.
Battery reverse.
Fault! CAN Fault
Fault! TRIG0 Fault
Fault! Relay Fault
Fault! Line SCR Fail
Fault! EEPROM Fault
Fault! Parallel Cable Loosen Fault
Make sure adequate space is allowed for air vents
and the fan is working.
CAN communication fault.
Synchronised trigger signal fault.
Inverter relay fault.
Line SCR short circuit fault.
EEPROM operation error.
As stated.
Fault! DSP MCU Stop Communicate
Fault! Bypass Temperature Fault
As stated.
As stated.
Fault! Bypass SCR Fault
Warning! EPO Active
As stated.
Check the EPO connector.
Warning! Over Load Fail
Warning! Battery Open
The load devices are demanding more power than
the UPS can supply. Line Mode will transfer to
Bypass Mode.
CAN communication error.
When in Line Mode, the load devices are
demanding more power than the UPS can supply.
Battery not connected.
Warning! Battery voltage High
Battery voltage is too High.
Warning! Turn On Abnormal
As stated.
Warning! Charge Fail
Warning! EEPROM Fail
Warning! Fan Lock
As stated.
EEPROM operation error.
As stated.
Warning! Communicate CAN Fail
Warning! Over Load
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Solution
Contact service personnel.
Contact service personnel.
Contact service personnel.
Contact service personnel.
Turn off UPS and then restart the UPS.
If it fails again, contact service personnel.
Turn off UPS and then restart the UPS.
If it fails again, contact service personnel.
Contact service personnel.
Contact service personnel.
Contact service personnel.
Contact service personnel.
Contact service personnel.
Contact service personnel.
Contact service personnel.
Contact service personnel.
Contact service personnel.
Contact service personnel.
Contact service personnel.
Contact service personnel.
Reduce some load.
Check the polarity of battery connection and
contact service personnel.
Check if the ambient temperature is over
specification or contact service personnel.
Contact service personnel.
Contact service personnel.
Contact service personnel.
Contact service personnel.
Contact service personnel.
Check if the parallel cable is loose and
contact service personnel.
Contact service personnel.
Check if the ambient temperature is over
specification or contact service personnel.
Contact service personnel.
Check if the connector is loose when EPO
acts abnormally.
Reduce some load and check output LoadCapacity and specification.
Contact service personnel.
Reduce some load and check output LoadCapacity and specification.
1. Check battery breaker.
2. Check if the battery connection. is well
connected.
3. Check the setting of Nominal Battery
voltage.
4. Contact service personnel if necessary.
Check the setting of Nominal Battery voltage
and contact service personnel.
Check if the input voltage or frequency is out
of range.
Contact service personnel.
Contact service personnel.
Check if the fan is blocked or contact service
personnel.
8. Troubleshooting
LCD Message
Warning! Line Phase Error
Explanation
As stated.
Warning! Bypass Phase Error
As stated.
Warning! N Loss
Neutral loss.
Warning! Internal Initial Fail
Warning! Comm. Syn. Signal Fail
Warning! Comm. TRIG0 Fail
Warning! Power Stage Loss
As stated.
Communicate Synchronization Signal Fail.
Communicate Trigger signal fault.
As stated.
Warning! Parallel Sys Config. Wrong
Warning! Maintenance Bypass
Parallel System Configure error.
Enter maintenance.
Warning! Battery Age Alert
Battery Life expiration.
Warning! Parallel UPS Cable Loosen
As stated.
Warning! Parallel UPS Config. Wrong
Parallel UPS Configure error.
Warning! Parallel Firmware Error
Power Stage parallel firmware error.
Warning! ID Conflict
Power Stage ID conflict.
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Solution
Check if the Mains phase sequence is
correct and contact service personnel.
Check if the Bypass phase sequence is
correct and contact service personnel.
Check if the Neutral connection is correct
and contact service personnel.
Contact service personnel.
Contact service personnel.
Contact service personnel.
Check if the number of power stages
installed in the system is correct
Contact service personnel.
Check if the connector is loose when it acts
abnormally.
Check if the battery has been used over its
service age or contact service personnel.
Check if the Parallel UPS Cable is loose and
contact service personnel.
Check that the Parallel UPS Setting is
correct and contact service personnel.
The firmware version does not support UPS
Parallel feature. Contact service personnel.
There are two Power Stages with the same
ID numbers. Change the repeated ID to
release it or contact service personnel.
9. Storage and Service
9.1 Storage
The UPS system must be stored in a clean, secure environment with a temperature less than 40°C and a relative humidity less than 90%
(non-condensing). Store the UPS system in its original shipping container, if possible. If installation occurs more than 6 months after you
receive the UPS system, recharge the batteries for at least 24 hours prior to use. Do not rely on the UPS system to provide backup power
to connected equipment until the batteries are fully charged.
Note: If the UPS system remains off for an extended period of time, it should be turned on periodically to allow the batteries to recharge. The UPS system
should be turned on and the batteries should be recharged at least one uninterrupted 24-hour period every 3 months. Failure to recharge the batteries
periodically may cause irreversible battery damage.
9.2 Service
• The UPS system operates with hazardous voltages. Repairs should only be performed by qualified service personnel.
• Even after the unit is disconnected from the mains, potentially dangerous components inside the UPS system are still connected to the
battery packs.
• Before carrying out any service and/or maintenance, disconnect the batteries and verify that no current is present and no hazardous
voltage exists.
• Only qualified technicians taking the required precautionary measures may replace batteries and supervise operations. Unauthorised
persons should not perform battery maintenance.
• Verify that no voltage between the battery terminals and the ground is present before maintenance or repair. The battery circuit is not
isolated from the input voltage. Hazardous voltages may occur between the battery terminals and the ground.
• Batteries may cause electric shock and have a high short-circuit current. Remove all wristwatches, rings and other metal personal
objects before maintenance or repair, and only use tools with insulated grips and handles for maintenance or repair.
• When replacing the batteries, install the same number and same type of batteries.
• Do not attempt to dispose of batteries by burning them. This could cause a battery explosion. The batteries must be appropriately
disposed according to local regulations.
• Do not open or destroy batteries. Escaping electrolytes may be toxic and can cause injury to the skin and eyes.
• To avoid fire hazards replace fuses only with the same type and amperage and do not disassemble the UPS.
9.3 Batteries (External Only – Refer to the Battery Cabinet Manual for More Information)
Tripp Lite’s S3MKX-Series UPS systems use sealed lead-acid batteries. Battery life depends on operating temperature, usage, and
charging/discharging frequency. High-temperature environments and high charging/discharging frequency will quickly shorten battery life.
Please follow the suggestions below to ensure a normal battery lifecycle.
1. Keep operating temperature between 0°C~40°C.
2. For optimum battery performance and life cycle, operate at a regulated 25°C.
3. When the UPS needs to be stored for an extended period, the batteries must be recharged once every three months and the charging
time must not be less than 24 hours each time.
9.4 Fans
Higher temperatures shorten fan life. When the UPS is running, check to see all fans work normally and make sure air can move freely
around and through the UPS. If not, replace the fans.
Note: Contact Tripp Lite Technical Support for more maintenance information. Do not perform maintenance if you are not qualified to do so.
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10. Specifications
Model
Capacity (VA)
Capacity (Watts)
INPUT
Nominal Voltage
Voltage Range
Voltage Comeback
Nominal Frequency
Frequency Range
Phase
Power Factor (100% Load)
Harmonic Distortion (THDi; 100% Load)
OUTPUT
Phase
Nominal Voltage
AC Voltage Regulation
(Double-Conversion Mode)
AC Voltage Regulation
(Converter Mode or Battery Mode)
Power Factor
AC Voltage Regulation (ECO Mode)
Frequency
Frequency Regulation
(Converter Mode or Battery Mode)
Frequency Range (Battery Mode)
Overload (AC Mode)
Overload (Battery Mode)
Current Crest Ratio
Harmonic Distortion (100% Load)
Transfer Time (Line ‹—› Battery)
Transfer Time (Inverter ‹—› Bypass)
Transfer Time (Inverter ‹—› ECO)
BYPASS INPUT
Nominal Voltage
Phase
Voltage Range
Nominal Frequency
Frequency Range
Overload (Bypass Mode)
EFFICIENCY
AC Line Mode
ECO Mode
Battery Mode
PARALLEL
Parallel for Capacity
S3M100KX
100 kVA
90 kW
S3M120KX
120 kVA
108 kW
S3M160KX
160 kVA
144 kW
S3M200KX
200 kVA
180 kW
Ph-Ph 380V/400V/415V (Ph-N 220V/230V/240V)
Ph-Ph 208-478V at < 50% Load; Ph-Ph 208-478V to 305-478V at 50% to 80% Load
(Voltage Range Varies with Load); > 80% Load: Ph-Ph 305-478V
Low-Loss Voltage +10V; High-Loss Voltage -10V
50/60 Hz (Auto-Selectable)
40-70 Hz
3-Phase with Neutral (3-Phase, Neutral + Ground)
> 0,99
< 3%
3-Phase with Neutral (3-Phase, Neutral + Ground)
Ph-Ph 380V/400V/415V (Ph-N 220V/230V/240V)
±1% (Balanced Load)
±1%
0,9
± 15V of Nominal
Selectable ± 1 Hz, ± 2 Hz, ± 4 Hz of Input (Default: ± 4 Hz)
± 0,1 Hz
50 Hz ± 0,1 Hz or 60 Hz ± 0,1 Hz
Up to 110% = 1 hr; Up to 125% = 10 min;
Up to 150% = 1 min; > 150% = 200 ms
Up to 110% = 1 hr; Up to 125% = 10 min;
Up to 150% = 1 min; > 150% = 200 ms
3:1 Maximum
≤ 2% THD (Linear Load); ≤ 4% THD (Non-Linear Load)
0 ms
Synchronous = 0 ms; Asynchronous < 1 cycle
< 20 ms
Ph-Ph 380V/400V/415V
3-Phase with Neutral (3-Phase, Neutral + Ground)
Upper Limit: +10%, +15% or +20% (Default: +15%)
Lower Limit: -10%, -20% or -30% (Default: -20%)
50/60 Hz (Auto-Selectable)
Selectable: ± 1 Hz, ± 2 Hz, ± 4 Hz (Default: ± 4 Hz)
105-110% = 1 hr; 111-125% = 10 min;
126-150% = 1 min; > 150% = 200 ms
94% at 100% Resistive Load; 93,5% at 50% Resistive Load
98% at 100% Resistive Load; 97% at 50% Resistive Load
93% at 100% Resistive Load; 92,5% at 50% Resistive Load
Up to 2 Units
Requires external
Parallel for Redundancy
Up to 2 units
N+1 bypass panel
EXTERNAL BATTERIES (SS3M100KX, S3M120KX, S3M160KX and S3M200KX require external batteries to operate.)
Type
12V Non-Spillable VRLA AGM/GEL
DC Nominal Acceptance Voltage
± 240 VDC
Quantity
40N (N ≥ 1 x Strings of 20 + 20)
Adjustable up to 24A Adjustable up to 32A Adjustable up to 40A Adjustable up to 48A
Maximum Charging Current
± 1%
± 1%
± 1%
± 1%
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10. Specifications
Model
S3M100KX
S3M120KX
S3M160KX
S3M200KX
EXTERNAL BATTERIES (S3M100KX, S3M120KX, S3M160KX and S3M200KX require external batteries to operate.)
Float Voltage
13,65V/Battery; 2,27V/Cell
Boost Charging
14,1V/Battery; 2,35V/Cell
End of Discharge
10V/Battery; 1,67V/Cell
Charger Temperature Compensation
-3 mV/Cell/°C (Requires optional TEMPC100200 thermostat kit.)
PHYSICAL
Dimensions (H x W x D)
1015 x 567 x 945 mm
1455 x 567 x 995 mm
Unit Weight (With Internal Batteries)
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Unit Weight (Without Internal Batteries)
197 kg
232 kg
309 kg
343 kg
ENVIRONMENT
Operating Temperature
0 to 40˚ C (< 25˚ C for optimal battery lifespan.)
Storage Temperature
0 to 35˚ C (UPS with Batteries), -15 to 60˚ C (UPS without Batteries)
Operating Humidity
0 to 95% (Non-Condensing)
Operating Altitude
< 1000 m (Derate output power by 1% per 100 m above 1000 m.)
Audible Noise
< 70 dBA at 1 m
< 73 dBA at 1 m
Heat Dissipation (100% Load)
19600 BTU/hr
23507 BTU/hr
31343 BTU/hr
39179 BTU/hr
Heat Dissipation (50% Load)
9974 BTU/hr
11048 BTU/hr
14731 BTU/hr
18414 BTU/hr
MANAGEMENT
Requires optional WEBCARDLX. (Monitor, control and reboot the UPS using embedded
Network Management Interface
HTML5 web, SSH/telnet and SNMP interfaces. Supports centralised management through
integration with a wide range of Network Management Systems and DCIM platforms.)
Large 254 mm / 10 in. colour LCD touchscreen with supplemental LEDs. (Monitor, control,
Control Panel
configure and diagnose the UPS from the display.)
Contact Closure Interface
Requires Optional RELAYCARDSV Programmable Relay I/O Card
Remote Emergency Power Off (REPO)
Feature Included (Default: Normally Closed)
RS-232
Included (Service Only)
STANDARDS
Safety
IEC 62040-1:2008+A1:2013 (TUV Approval)
EMC/EMI
EN 62040-2:2006 (Category C3) (TUV Approval)
Ingress Protection Rating
IP20
CE Marking
Yes
RoHS Compliant
Yes
Quality Management System
ISO 9001
OTHER INFORMATION
Colour
RAL 9005 Jet Black
Mobility
Casters
ACCESSORIES (Sold Separately)
Support 5 min. to 3 h runtime at 100% load. Available models include BP480V100-NIB,
Scalable Battery Cabinets
BP480V100, BP480V65-NIB, BP480V65, BP480V40-NIB, BP480V40.
(NIB=No internal batteries.)
WEBCARDLX (Monitor, control and reboot the UPS using embedded HTML5 web platform,
SSH/telnet or SNMP. Supports centralized management via third-party NMS or DCIM
Network Management Card
platform.)
Remote Environmental Sensors
(Require WEBCARDLX.)
Contact Closure Card
External Bypass Panel
Scalable Charger Board Kits
Parallel Cable Kit
Battery Temperature Compensation
Thermostat Kit
E2MT (Temperature Sensor); E2MTDO (Temperature Sensor with Digital Outputs);
E2MTDI (Temperature Sensor with Digital Inputs);
E2MTHDI (Temperature/Humidity Sensor with Digital Inputs)
RELAYCARDSV
Contact your local sales representative or distributor for more information.
CBKIT30-40
CBKIT30-80
N/A
(Adds 4A; Max 2)
(Adds 8A; Max 2)
P100200KIT
TEMPC100200
*If the UPS is installed or used in a place where the altitude is above than 1000 m, the output power must be de-rated 1% per 100 m.
Note: Product specifications are subject to change without notice.
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10. Specifications
Battery ca
1221
1501 mm
mm
1501
1501 mm
mm
836 mm
12V 65/100Ah x 40pcs
Battery Cabinet Models
BP480V100
12V 40Ah x 40pcs
12V 65/100Ah x 40pcs
Dimmensions
Breaker Included
(H x W x D) mm
12V 40Ah x 40pcs
400A, 3-Pole
BP480V100-NIB
1501 x 826 x 1136
BP480V65
300A, 3-Pole
BP480V65-NIB
BP480V40
200A, 3-Pole
BP480V40-NIB
1221 x 826 x 900
12V 9/10Ah x 8
Description
Battery Cabinet with 40 x 100Ah batteries
Battery Cabinet without batteries, but designed for 40 x 100Ah
batteries (includes battery cabling and breaker)
Battery Cabinet with 40 x 65Ah batteries
Battery Cabinet without batteries, but designed for 40 x 65Ah
batteries (includes battery cabling and breaker)
Battery Cabinet with 40 x 40Ah batteries
Battery Cabinet without batteries, but designed for 40 x 40Ah
batteries (includes battery cabling and breaker)
UPS Functional Block Diagram
Maintainance Bypass
Bypass
Input
IP Breaker
I/P EMI
Rectifier
PFC
Inverter
INV Relay
BPS STS
OP EMI
INV STS
Maintainance
Switch
Battery SCR and Relay
Charger
Battery
SPS
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CNTL
COMM
Output
Terminal
11. Warranty
Your SmartOnline 3-Phase UPS System is covered by the limited warranty described below. Extended warranties (3- and 4-year) and
start-up service programs are available. For more information, call Tripp Lite Customer Service at +1.773.869.1234 or visit
www.tripplite.com/support.
3-Phase UPS System Limited Warranty
Seller warrants this product, if used in accordance with all applicable instructions as verified by Tripp Lite’s “Start-up” service, to be free from original defects
in material and workmanship for a period of two (2) years from the date of start-up. If the product should prove defective in material or workmanship within
that period, Seller will repair or replace the defective parts without charge for labor or parts. If the product was not started- up by authorised Tripp Lite
service, replacement parts will be provided but labour charges will apply based on published Tripp Lite Time and Material Rates. Tripp Lite will assign to
you any warranties provided by the manufacturers of components of the Tripp Lite product. Tripp Lite makes no representations as to the extent of these
warranties and assumes no responsibility for warranties of these components. Service under this Warranty can only be obtained by contacting: Tripp Lite
Customer Service; 1111 W. 35th Street; Chicago IL 60609; +1.773.869.1234; intlservice@tripplite.com.
THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT APPLY TO NORMAL WEAR OR TO DAMAGE RESULTING FROM ACCIDENT, IMPROPER INSTALLATION, MISUSE, ABUSE OR
NEGLECT. SELLER MAKES NO EXPRESS WARRANTIES OTHER THAN THE WARRANTY EXPRESSLY SET FORTH HEREIN. EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT PROHIBITED
BY APPLICABLE LAW, ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING ALL WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS, ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE
WARRANTY PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE; AND THIS WARRANTY EXPRESSLY EXCLUDES ALL INCIDENTAL AND CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. (Some states do
not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, and some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages,
so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This Warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other rights which vary from
jurisdiction to jurisdiction).
Regulatory Compliance Identification Numbers
For the purpose of regulatory compliance certifications and identification, your Tripp Lite product has been assigned a unique series number. The series
number can be found on the product nameplate label, along with all required approval markings and information. When requesting compliance information
for this product, always refer to the series number. The series number should not be confused with the marketing name or model number of the product.
WEEE Compliance Information for Tripp Lite Customers and Recyclers (European Union)
Under the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive and implementing regulations, when customers buy new electrical and
electronic equipment from Tripp Lite they are entitled to:
• Send old equipment for recycling on a one-for-one, like-for-like basis (this varies depending on the country)
• Send the new equipment back for recycling when this ultimately becomes waste
Tripp Lite has a policy of continuous improvement. Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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