CyberPower OL6KRT User Manual
SMART APP ONLINE
UPS SYSTEM
INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL
OL6KRT | OL8KRT | OL10KRT
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Please read this manual and follow the instructions for installation and operation.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
This manual contains important instructions that should be followed during installation and maintenance of
the UPS and batteries.
The Smart App Online 6-10kVA UPS models that are covered in this manual are intended for installation in
an environment within 32°F to 104°F (0°C to 40°C), free of conductive contaminants.
SPECIAL SYMBOLS
Warning: High voltage – Risk of Electric Shock
Caution - Important Instructions: must always be followed.
Do Not Discard: the UPS or UPS batteries in trash. The batteries
contain lead acid. For more information, contact your local recycling
or hazardous waste facility.
Information, advice, help
See applicable user manual
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PERSONAL SAFETY
CAUTION
To reduce the risk of fire, connect the UPS to a branch circuit with 40 amperes
(6,000 VA)/50 amperes (8,000 VA)/70 amperes (10,000 VA) maximum over-current
protection in accordance with the National Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA 70.
The AC electrical service where the UPS is connected should be close to the unit and
easily accessible.
Please use only UL-marked mains cable, (e.g. the mains cable of your equipment), to
connect the UPS to the AC outlet.
Please use only UL-marked power cables to connect any equipment to the UPS.
When installing the equipment, ensure that the sum of the leakage current of the UPS
and the connected equipment does not exceed 3.5mA.
Do not unplug the unit from AC power during operation, as this will disconnect the
protective ground insulation.
Do not use an improper size power cord as it may cause damage to your equipment
and cause fire hazards.
Make sure everything is turned off and disconnected completely before conducting
any maintenance, repairs or shipment.
DO NOT INSTALL THE UPS WHERE IT WOULD BE EXPOSED TO DIRECT SUNLIGHT
OR NEAR A STRONG HEAT SOURCE!
DO NOT BLOCK OFF VENTILATION OPENINGS AROUND THE HOUSING!
DO NOT CONNECT DOMESTIC APPLIANCES SUCH AS HAIR DRYERS TO UPS
OUTPUT SOCKETS!
SERVICING OF BATTERIES SHOULD BE PERFORMED OR SUPERVISED BY
PERSONNEL KNOWLEDGE OF BATTERIES AND THE REQUIRED PRECAUTIONS.
KEEP UNAUTHORIZED PERSONNEL AWAY FROM BATTERIES!
FOR PERMANENTLY CONNECTED EQUIPMENT, A READILY ACCESSIBLE
DISCONNECT DEVICE SHALL BE INCORPORATED IN THE BUILDING
INSTALLATION WIRING.
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
A battery can present a risk of electric shock and high short circuit current. The
following precaution should be observed when working on batteries:
Remove watches, rings or other metal objects. Use tools with insulated handles.
The UPS must be connected to a grounded AC power outlet with fuse or circuit
breaker protection. DO NOT plug the UPS into an outlet that is not grounded. If you
need to power-drain this equipment, turn off and unplug the unit.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS CONT.
PERSONAL SAFETY CONT.
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK CONT.
(No User Serviceable Parts): Risk of electric shock, do not remove cover. No user
serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
To prevent the risk of fire or electric shock, install in a temperature and humidity
controlled indoor area, free of conductive contaminants. (Please see specifications for
acceptable temperature and humidity range).
To avoid electric shock, turn off and unplug the unit before installing the input/output
power cord with a ground wire. Connect the ground wire prior to connecting the line
wires!
Connect the Protection Earth (PE) safety conductor before any other cables are
connected. (Fuses): To reduce the risk of fire, replace only with the same type and
rating of fuse.
PRODUCT SAFETY
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
The battery can power hazardous components inside the unit, even when the AC input
power is disconnected.
The UPS should be placed near the connected equipment and easily accessible.
(Non-Isolated Battery Supply): Risk of electric shock, battery circuit is not isolated
from AC power source; hazardous voltage may exist between battery terminals and
ground. Test before touching.
All UPS models covered in this document are permanently-connected equipment and
only qualified maintenance personnel may carry out installations.
Wiring must be done by qualified personnel.
DO NOT USE FOR MEDICAL OR LIFE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT! Under no circumstances
should this unit be used for medical applications involving life support equipment
and/ or patient care.
DO NOT USE WITH OR NEAR AQUARIUMS! To reduce the risk of fire, do not use with
or near aquariums. Condensation from the aquarium can come in contact with metal
electrical contacts and cause equipment to short out.
The unit has a dangerous amount of voltage. When the UPS indicators is on, the units
may continue to supply power thus the unit’s outlets may have a dangerous amount of
voltage even when it’s not plugged in to the wall outlet.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS CONT.
PRODUCT SAFETY CONT.
BATTERY
Do not dispose of batteries in fire as the battery may explode.
Do not open or mutilate the battery, released electrolyte is harmful to the
skin and eyes.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.................................................................................................................................II
Special Symbols............................................................................................................................................................................II
Personal Safety............................................................................................................................................................................III
Product Safety ............................................................................................................................................................................IV
INTRODUCTION..............................................................................................................................................1
Smart App Online UPS Systems................................................................................................................................................1
UPS Extended Battery Modules................................................................................................................................................1
Step-Down Transformer..............................................................................................................................................................1
Unpacking Procedures...............................................................................................................................................................2
Whats In The Box.........................................................................................................................................................................3
OVERVIEW..........................................................................................................................................4
Power Module...............................................................................................................................................................................4
INSTALLING YOUR UPS SYSTEM....................................................................................................................6
System Block Diagram...............................................................................................................................................................6
Hardware Installation Guide......................................................................................................................................................6
HARDWARE INSTALLATION ..........................................................................................................................8
Rackmount Installation ..............................................................................................................................................................8
Vertical/Tower Installation........................................................................................................................................................10
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION........................................................................................................................11
Input/Output Configuration....................................................................................................................................................11
Backfeed Protection Operation..............................................................................................................................................12
Without Backfeed Protection Configuration......................................................................................................................13
With Backfeed Protection Configuration.............................................................................................................................14
EXTENDED BATTERY MODULE INSTALLATION...........................................................................................14
Rear Panel Description..............................................................................................................................................................14
Connection With Power Module...........................................................................................................................................14
OPTIONAL LCD CONTROL PANEL INSTALLATION......................................................................................17
Remote Control...........................................................................................................................................................................17
Wall-mounting Instructions......................................................................................................................................................17
UPS SYSTEM STARTUP..................................................................................................................................18
USING THE UPS SYSTEM..............................................................................................................................19
LCD Module................................................................................................................................................................................19
LCD Menu Tree............................................................................................................................................................................20
MAINTENANCE.............................................................................................................................................29
Battery Replacement ................................................................................................................................................................30
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS......................................................................................................................31
TROUBLESHOOTING...........................................................................................................................................34
PRODUCT REGISTRATION...........................................................................................................................35
LIMITED WARRANTY AND CONNECTED EQUIPMENT GUARANTEE..........................................................36
CONFORMANCE APPROVAL........................................................................................................................40
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INTRODUCTION
CyberPower Smart App Online rack/tower UPS systems, with double-conversion topology, provide sine
wave output to mission-critical applications and equipment requiring seamless power correction. These
units offer generator compatibility and deliver clean AC power with zero transfer time.
They offer Smart Battery Management (SBM), which helps extend overall battery life, and Fast Charge
Technology, which helps keep charge times to less than five hours, regardless of the number of Extended
Battery Modules (EBMs). Features include a rotatable LCD control panel, energy-saving GreenPower UPS™
ECO Mode technology, and PowerPanel® Business Edition software for monitoring and managing the UPS.
Smart App Online 6-10kVA UPS systems come with a three-year warranty and a $300,000 Connected
Equipment Guarantee.
UPS EXTENDED BATTERY MODULES
Extended Battery Modules (EBMs) from CyberPower increase battery runtimes during power outages. Each
rack/tower convertible EBM uses 3U of rack space, depending upon the model, and can be installed in a
tower form factor to match the UPS installation. The DC plug-and-play power connectors allow to daisychain additional EBMs to a UPS system. EBMs compatible with Smart App Online UPS systems also have
a built-in battery charger, providing Fast Charge Technology to quickly restore the backup power supply.
Every CyberPower EBM has a three-year warranty.
STEP-DOWN TRANSFORMER
CyberPower Step-Down and Isolation Transformers support hardwire installations (OL6KSTF/ OL10KSTF)
and are designed for a variety of CyberPower UPS systems. When connected to the UPS, the step-down
transformer converts voltage from 200-240V down to 100-120V.
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INTRODUCTION CONT.
UNPACKING PROCEDURES
Information, advice, help
The UPS system is very heavy, please handle with care. Wear safety shoes and use a hydraulic equipment
lift if one is available. At least two people are required for all handling operations, including unpacking,
lifting, and installation in a rack system. Do not use the lifting straps to carry the unit around; they are
provided to manually unpack the unit only.
USE LIFTING STRAPS TO REMOVE UNIT FROM THE BOX.
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INTRODUCTION CONT.
WHATS IN THE BOX
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ITEM
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CONTENT
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QTY
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CONTENT
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QTY
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Power Module
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Registration Warranty card
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Extended Battery Module (EBM)
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PowerPanel Management Software Download
Card
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Left & Right Rackmount Rails
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Rackmount Ears
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Left & Right Hanging Brackets
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Tie Plate
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Phone Cable
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Black M5X7L Flat Head Screws
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USB Communication Cable
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Black M5X12L Pan Head Screws
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Input/Output Terminal Block Cover
(Included with OL8KRT and OL10KRT models)
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Silver M5X6L Pan Head Screws
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Serial Interface Cable (RS-232)
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Plastic Washers
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NEMA L6-30P to IEC-320-C13 Power Cord
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Screw Hole Dust Covers
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Quick Start Guide
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Rubber Pads
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Safety Instructions
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OVERVIEW
POWER MODULE
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1. Power Button/Power on Indicator
Master ON/OFF switch for the UPS. Indicates that the UPS is on and supplying power.
2. UPS Status/Fault/Replace Battery LED Indicator
Indicates the status of the UPS, displaying whether it is operating in On-Line, Battery or Bypass Mode,
if it has an internal fault or if the battery needs to be replaced.
3. Multifunction LCD Readout
Shows UPS status, information, settings and events.
4. Function Buttons
Scroll up, scroll down, Enter, and Escape.
5. Input Circuit Breaker
Provides input current overload and fault protection.
6. Power Cord (OL6KPM) OR Input/Output Terminal Block (OL8KPM/OL10KPM)
Connect to utility power/equipment load.
7. Output Circuit Breaker
Provides output current overload and fault protection.
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OVERVIEW CONT.
POWER MODULE CONT.
8. Battery Backup & Surge Protected Outlets
Provides battery backup and surge protection. They ensure power is provided to connected equipment
over a period of time during a power failure.
Critical/Noncritical Load
Allows the creation of load priorities to ensure that battery power reserves are transferred to specified
outlets during a power outage. The unit can be programmed to provide additional runtime for equipment
connected to the “CRITICAL” outlets, while stopping the power supply to equipment connected to
“NONCRITICAL” outlets after a designated period of time.
9. Serial Port
Serial port provides RS-232 communication between the UPS and a computer. The UPS can trigger a
computer with PowerPanel® Business Edition software installed to shut down during a power outage
through the connection while the computer can monitor the UPS and change its various programmable
settings.
10. USB Port
USB port provides communication between the UPS and a computer. The UPS can trigger a computer
with PowerPanel® Business Edition software installed to shut down during a power outage through the
connection while the computer can monitor the UPS and change its various programmable settings.
11. RJ-45/RJ-11 Surge Protected Communication Ports
These ports are used to protect standard RJ-45/RJ-11 based products (ADSL, LAN, telephone/modem
lines) and cabling systems from surges.
12. Relay Output Connector
Convert UPS signals into real potential-free dry contacts for industrial controls.
13. Expansion Slot
A network remote management card is pre-installed in the expansion slot.
14. Extended Battery Module Connector
Connection for additional CyberPower Extended Battery Modules (EBM).
15. EPO (Emergency Power Off) Connector
Enables an emergency UPS power-off from a remote location.
16. Backfeed Protection Connector
Prevents power to feedback from the inverter to input power in case of a power failure and a fault in the
bypass circuit.
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INSTALLING YOUR UPS SYSTEM
SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM
Bypass
Input
Input
Filter
PFC
AC/DC
Charger
AC/DC
Battery
BUS
Inverter
DC/AC
Control
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STS
Output
Filter
Output
LCD Module
USB & DB9
SNMP Slot
Line Mode
Battery Mode
Bypass Mode
HARDWARE INSTALLATION GUIDE
1.
Battery charge loss may occur during shipping and storage. Before using the UPS, it’s strongly
recommended to charge batteries for four hours to ensure the batteries’ maximum charge capacity. To
recharge the batteries, simply connect the UPS to its designated AC electrical service.
2. When using PowerPanel® Business Edition software, connect either the serial or the USB cable between
the computer and the corresponding port on the UPS. Note: If the USB port is used, the serial port will
be disabled. They cannot be used simultaneously. After connecting to either the USB port or the serial
port on the UPS, a computer with PowerPanel® Business Edition Agent software installed can control
the operating schedule, battery test, outlets, as well as obtain UPS status information. However, other
computers with PowerPanel® Business Edition Client software can only obtain UPS status information
via LAN connection.
3. Connect your computer, monitor, and any externally-powered data storage device (Hard drive, Tape
drive, etc.) into the outlets only when the UPS is off and unplugged. DO NOT plug a laser printer, copier,
space heater, vacuum, paper shredder or other large electrical device into the UPS. The power demands
of these devices will overload and possibly damage the unit.
4. To protect a fax machine, telephone, modem line or network cable, connect the telephone or network
cable from the wall jack outlet to the jack marked “IN” on the UPS and connect a telephone cable
or network cable from the jack marked “OUT” on the UPS to the modem, computer, telephone, fax
machine, or network device.
5. Press the ON/OFF switch to turn the UPS on. The Power-On indicator LED will turn on when activated.
If an overload is detected, an audible alarm will sound and the UPS will continuously emit two beeps
per second. For resetting the unit, unplug some equipment from the outlets. Make sure your equipment
carries a load current within the unit’s safe range, (refer to the technical specifications).
6. This UPS is equipped with an auto-charge feature. When the UPS is connected to AC electrical service
the battery will automatically charge, even when the unit is switched off.
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INSTALLING YOUR UPS SYSTEM CONT.
HARDWARE INSTALLATION GUIDE CONT.
7.
To maintain an optimal battery charge, leave the UPS connected to AC electrical service at all times.
8. Before storing the UPS for an extended period of time, turn the unit OFF. Then cover it and store it with
the batteries fully charged. Recharge the batteries every three months to ensure good battery capacity
and long battery life. Maintaining a good battery charge will help prevent possible damage to the unit
from battery leakage.
9. The UPS has one USB port (default) and one serial port that allows connection and communication
between the UPS and any attached computer running PowerPanel® Business Edition Agent software.
The UPS can control the computer’s shutdown during a power outage through the connection while
the computer can monitor the UPS and alter various programmable parameters. Note: Only one
communication port can be used at a time. The port not in use will automatically become disabled or
the serial port will be disabled if both ports are attached.
10. EPO (Emergency Power Off) Port: EPO ports allow administrators the capability to connect the UPS
unit to customer-supplied EPO switches. These installations give operators a single access point to
immediately power-off all equipment connected to the UPS during an emergency.
11. To avoid electric shock, turn the unit OFF and disconnect the unit from utility power before hardwiring
the UPS (in/out power cord). The in/out power cord MUST be grounded.
12. Please note the internal UPS temperature will increase when fans are not in operation or ventilation is
obstructed. When the high temperature sensor activates protection, the UPS generates an alarm and
shuts down to avoid unexpected equipment damage. When the over temperature occurs, please check
the Troubleshooting section. If the condition persists, please contact CyberPower for technical support.
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HARDWARE INSTALLATION
CyberPower UPS systems can be installed in a rackmount or vertical/tower orientation. This versatility
is especially important to growing organizations with changing needs that value having the option to
position a UPS on the floor or in a rackmount system. Note that the included rack mounting hardware is
only compatible with square hole racks. Please follow the instructions below for the respective mounting
methods.
RACKMOUNT INSTALLATION
Caution: Important Instructions
To prevent the risk of fire or electric shock, only use the supplied hardware to attach the mounting brackets.
Step 1: Remove the dust covers
Remove ten dust covers from the screw holes as shown below.
Step 2: Rackmount ear & hanging bracket installation
Attach two rackmount ears to the UPS using eight black M5X7L flat head screws and tighten two hanging
brackets using six silver M5X6L pan head screws.
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Step 3: Rackmount rail Installation
The mounting depth of the included rackmount rails can adjust from 20.5 in to 36 in (52 cm to 91.5 cm).
Select the proper holes in the rack for positioning the UPS in the rack. The UPS takes up 3 rack units: rack
hole positions 1 through 9.
Position the guide screws on the back of the rackmount rails into the rear rack square holes to temporarily
support the rails in place.
Step 4: Adjust rackmount rails to fit your rack
Adjust the rail depth to match your rack depth. Attach each rackmount rail to your rack with two black
M5X6L pan head screws and two plastic washers at the front of the rack (square holes 4 and 8 as shown
below). Secure each rail to the rear of the rack with two black M5X6L pan head screws and two plastic
washers.
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HARDWARE INSTALLATION CONT.
RACKMOUNT INSTALLATION: RACKMOUNT EARS INSTALLATION CONT.
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Step 5: Place and secure the UPS on the rails
Slide the hanging brackets on the UPS on to the rails mounted in the rack with the front of the unit facing
toward you. Secure the UPS to your rack with four black M5X12L pan head screws at the front of the rack
(square holes 5 and 7 as shown above).
Once completed, perform the same steps for the Battery module. Remove the internal battery trays from
the Battery module before installing it. (See Battery Replacement section) The Battery module must be
installed below the Power module. Place the internal battery trays back into the Battery module after
installation. (See Battery Replacement section)
NOTE: To slide the UPS out from the rack
The UPS will be secured by a safety locking mechanism midway of pulling it out of the rack. Use both hands
to hold the UPS and press the safety locking tab to pull the UPS out.
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HARDWARE INSTALLATION CONT.
VERTICAL/TOWER INSTALLATION
Step 1: Adhere rubber pads
Adhere the protective rubber pads to the left hand side of the UPS power module and extended battery
module.
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Step 2: Attach the base stands and attach the dust covers
Stand the UPS power module and extended battery module on its side. Secure the tie bracket on top of the
power module and extended battery module with four black M5X7L flat head screws. Insert dust covers
into the screw holes that are not being used. Optionally, use the rack mount ears as tower stands. Screw
them onto the power module and extended battery module with four black M5X6L pan head screws for
adding stability.
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Step 3: Rotate the Multifunction LCD Control Panel
Unscrew the upper panel of the UPS. Separate the upper panel from the UPS. Gently lift the LCD control
panel out. Rotate it to the tower orientation. Reinstall it for a tower configuration.
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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
Verify branch circuit breaker rating and wiring dimensions with the following table for hardwired input
UPS models.
UPS CAPACITY
BRANCH CIRCUIT
BREAKER
WIRING AWG
WIRING mm2
6KVA
40A
10 AWG
5.5 mm2
8KVA
50A
8 AWG
8.0 mm2
10KVA
70A
6 AWG
14.0 mm2
INPUT/OUTPUT CONFIGURATION
Hardwire the input/output terminals as shown in the following diagram.
Wiring
AWG
Wiring
AWG
UPS
Mains
L1 L2 PE
External
EPO
Input
Circuit Breaker
L1
L2
PE
PFC
AC/DC
Battery
Inverter
DC/AC
STS
Output
L1 L2 PE
L1
L2
PE
Caution: Important Instructions
Input and Output circuit breakers must be “OFF” during the installation process.
An additional two pole disconnect device is necessary during the installation process.
Disconnected EPO will immediately shut down the logic circuit output of the UPS. Wiring the EPO port is
optional.
Local safety rules may require a separate, external EPO to turn off output circuit breakers. Refer to local
wiring rules, the EPO should use approved components.
OL6KRT Electrical Connection
Connect the NEMA L6-30P input power cord on the UPS to a properly wired NEMA L6-30R outlet. See the
Extended Battery Module Installation section for instruction on connecting the battery module to the UPS.
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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION CONT.
INPUT/OUTPUT CONFIGURATION CONT.
OL8KRT and OL10KRT Electrical Connection
Step 1: Separate the terminal block cover
Loosen the two screws joining the top and bottom terminal block covers to separate them.
Step 2: Secure the bottom cover on to the UPS
Tighten the two screws to secure the bottom cover on to the UPS terminal block.
Step 3: Input configuration
Insert the input cable through the appropriate cable gland (not included) and connect the three wires to
the input terminal block.
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Step 4: Output configuration
Insert the output cable through the appropriate cable gland (not included) and connect the three wires to
the output terminal block.
Step 5: Secure the top cover
Use four screws to secure the top terminal block cover on to the UPS.
Input/Output Terminal
Block Diagram
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BACKFEED PROTECTION OPERATION
1.
If the Bypass circuit is shorted and the UPS is running in Line Mode or Battery Mode, backfeed
protection will be active and the external isolation device (Magnetic Contactor) will open.
2. Save your data and perform a controlled shutdown.
3. Contact CyberPower for repair.
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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION CONT.
WITHOUT BACKFEED PROTECTION CONFIGURATION
1.
Hardwire the input terminals as shown in the following diagram.
2. Do not remove the interconnection wires (Jumper1 / Jumper2) on “Backfeed Protection Connector”.
UPS
Mains
L1 L2 PE
L1
L1
L2
L2
I/P
EMI
L1
IP-L1
L2
IP-L2
PE
PSDR
1
2
Jumper1
Jumper2
Backfeed
3
4
AC-L1
5
AC-L2
WITH BACKFEED PROTECTION CONFIGURATION
1.
Connect a user supplied external isolation device (Magnetic Contactor) upstream and outside the UPS
and capable of supporting the UPS input current.
2. Remove the interconnection wires (Jumper1 / Jumper2) on “Backfeed Protection Connector”.
3. Hardwire the input terminals and “Backfeed Protection Connector” as shown in the following diagram.
4. The external isolation device must be installed in the Mains path.
Mains
L1 L2 PE
UPS
A1
L1
L2
MC
L1
L1
L1
L2
L2
L2
A2
I/P
EMI
L1
IP-L1
L2
IP-L2
PE
PSDR
1
2A Fuse
(Slow Blow)
2
3
Backfeed
4
AC-L1
5
AC-L2
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EXTENDED BATTERY MODULE INSTALLATION
REAR PANEL DESCRIPTION
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BP240VL3U01 / BP240VL3U02
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2
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4
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5
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6
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1. On-board Replaceable Fuse Cover
Replaceable fuse is accessible from the rear panel. Service to be performed by qualified personnel only.
2. AC Circuit Breaker
Provides overload and fault protection.
3. AC Output Outlet (IEC320 C13)
Use this outlet to connect to the AC Input Inlet of a downstream Battery module.
4. AC Input Inlet (IEC320 C14, Charge Only)
Connection for separate AC power source for Fast Charge Technology feature. NOT to be connected to
UPS output as source of power.
5. Battery DC Input Connector
Use this input connector to daisy chain the next Extended Battery Module. Remove the connector cover
for access.
6. Battery DC Output Cable
Use this output cable to connect the Extended Battery Module to the Power module or to the next
Extended Battery Module.
7. Use the DC breaker to disconnect battery output.
CONNECTION WITH POWER MODULE
Scenario #1: Power module with one Extended Battery
Module (EBM)
INPUT BREAKER
63A / 250V~
NONCRITICAL
LOAD
IN
RS232
1 2
OUTPUT BREAKER
30A/250V~
RELAY
OUTPUT
BATTERY INPUT : 240V
OUT
USB
INTERFACE
EPO
4 3 CRITICAL LOAD
250V~
10A
BACK-FEED PROTECTION
CONNECTOR
OUTPUT BREAKER
30A/250V~
1
BATTERY OUTPUT
240V
FUSE
AC INPUT
(Charge Only)
BATTERY INPUT
240V
PLUG INTO A
WALL
RECEPTACLE
AC OUTPUT
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EXTENDED BATTERY MODULE
INSTALLATION CONT.
CONNECTION WITH POWER MODULE CONT.
Step 1: Turn off the DC breaker on the EBM.
Step 2: Loosen the two screws to remove the battery cable retention bracket of the power module.
Step 3: Use the output cable of the EBM to connect the EBM to the Power module.
2
1
OFF
Step 4: Rotate the battery cable retention bracket and tighten the two screws to fix battery cable.
Step 5: Use a power cord to plug AC input inlet of the battery module into a wall receptacle.
Step 6: Turn on the DC breaker of the EBM.
4
6
ON
Scenario #2: Power module with multiple Extended Battery Modules (EBMs)
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EXTENDED BATTERY MODULE
INSTALLATION CONT.
CONNECTION WITH POWER MODULE CONT.
Step 1: Connect the 1st EBM to the Power module following the instructions above.
Step 2: Turn off the DC breaker of the 2nd EBM.
Step 3: Loosen the two screws to remove the battery cable retention bracket of the 1st EBM.
Step 4: Use the output cable of the 2nd EBM to connect the 2nd EBM to the 1st EBM.
2
3
OFF
Step 5: Rotate the battery cable retention bracket and tighten the two screws to fix battery cable.
Step 6: Use a power cord to plug AC input inlet of the 2nd EBM into AC output outlet of the 1st EBM.
Step 7: Turn on the DC breaker of the 2nd EBM.
Step 8: Set the EBM number to the respective setting to match the number of installed units. To do this
via the LCD control panel, go to the Configuration Menu, then scroll to the EBM Number setting, select
the appropriate number and Save the configuration. This operation can also be done via the RMCARD
web UI or via PowerPanel® Business Edition Agent software. Please see their respective User Manual for
instructions.
5
7
ON
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OPTIONAL LCD CONTROL PANEL INSTALLATION
Caution: Important Instructions
Optional LCD control panel installation must be done by qualified personnel.
To avoid electric shock, turn off and unplug the unit before proceeding with REMOTE CONTROL or WALLMOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS.
REMOTE CONTROL
Step 1: Remove the LCD Control Panel
Unscrew the right front panel of the power module. Separate the right
front panel from the UPS. Gently lift the LCD module out. Reinstall the
right front panel.
1
Step 2: Connect a DB26 Cable
Connect a DB26 cable (not included) from the LCD module to
the “Remote Control Port” on the front of the UPS as shown in
the following figure.
WALL-MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS
Step 1: Remove the LCD Control Panel
Unscrew the right front panel of the power module. Separate the right front panel from the UPS. Gently lift
the LCD module out. Reinstall the front right panel.
Step 2: Rotate the DB26 Connector on the LCD Control Panel
Step 3: Connect a DB26 Cable
Connect a DB26 cable (not included) from the LCD module to the “Remote Control Port” on the front of
the UPS as shown in the following figure.
Step 4: Mount LCD Module on the Wall
3
4
Wall mounting hole
10*
5*13.8L
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UPS SYSTEM STARTUP
After completing the hardware installation of the UPS, you are now ready to connect the UPS and connect
your equipment.
To start the UPS:
1.
Verify that the UPS input cable or terminal block is connected to an appropriate AC source.
2. Verify that the EBM DC output cable is connected to the UPS DC input connector.
3. Set the EBM DC breaker to “ON” position.
4. Set the UPS input circuit breaker to “ON” position.
5. Set the upstream circuit breaker (user supplied) to the “ON” position. The UPS LCD will turn on and
display “CyberPower”; fans will turn on.
6. Press the ON/OFF button on the UPS front panel for at least 3 seconds to start the UPS.
7.
UPS will perform a brief self-test lasting about 15 seconds. The LCD screen will show the self-test results
in the sequence below.
CyberPower
CyberPower
BATTERY OK
CyberPower
Ready On
CyberPower
INVERTER OK
CyberPower
CHARGER OK
CyberPower
Battery Mode
CyberPower
FAN OK
CyberPower
DC BUS OK
CyberPower
Ready On
CyberPower
Line Mode
8. Verify that the green “ON-LINE” LED illuminates solid, indicating that the UPS is operating in Line Mode
and powering the output.
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LCD CONTROL PANEL
2
3
4
5
6
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1
7
8
9
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
10
11
LED INDICATORS - UPS STATUS
ITEM
LED INDICATORS
COLOR
UPS STATUS DESCRIPTION
1
ON/OFF
White
UPS power is on.
2
ON-LINE
Green
UPS is operating in Line Mode.
3
BATTERY ON
Yellow
UPS is operating in Battery Mode.
4
BYPASS
Yellow
UPS is operating in Bypass Mode, Manual
Bypass or ECO (Economy) Mode.
5
FAULT
Red
UPS has an internal fault. See “Trouble Shooting”
for additional information.
6
REPLACE BATTERY
Red
Battery will need to be replaced soon due to
insufficient runtime.
BUTTON OPERATION
ITEM
BUTTON
UPS MODES DESCRIPTION
7
ON/OFF
8
p
Press this button to scroll up in the LCD menu.
9
q
Press this button to scroll down in the LCD menu.
10
ENTER
11
ESC
Press this button for at least 3 seconds to turn on or turn off UPS.
Press this button to select an option.
Press this button to cancel or return to the previous LCD menu.
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USING THE UPS SYSTEM CONT.
LCD CONTROL PANEL CONT.
LCD SCREEN - UPS MODES OF OPERATION
LCD SCREEN
Line Mode
UPS MODES DESCRIPTION
UPS is operating in Line Mode.
The UPS is operating normally and protecting the equipment.
Battery Mode
UPS is operating in Battery Mode.
A utility power failure has occurred. The UPS is using battery power to power and protect
the equipment.
Bypass Mode
UPS is operating in Bypass Mode.
A fault has been detected and the UPS has transferred the load to utility power.
Manual Bypass
ECO Mode
UPS is operating in Manual Bypass.
The UPS has been manually transferred to bypass.
UPS is operating in ECO (Economy) Mode. If bypass power quality is within the
ECO mode setting specifications, the UPS will operate in bypass until input power is
disqualified per set specifications. When bypass quality is outside of the specified
tolerance the UPS will automatically switch to Line Mode.
LCD MENU TREE
Main Menu
Information
Configure
Event Log
Information
O/P Volt
O/P Freq
I/P Volt
I/P Freq
O/P Load
O/P Amp
O/P Watt
O/P VA
Load Energy
BAT Volt
BAT Cap
BAT Runtime
EBM Number
TEMP
SBM
Rating
MCU Ver
Model Name
Date & Time
Next BATT Change
IP
Subnet Mask
Gateway
MAC
Configure
Output Voltage
Sync Freq Window
Bypass V Window
Bypass Condition
ECO Mode
Manual Bypass
UPS Diagnostic
Battery
test
Alarm
test
Indicator test
Fan
test
Audible Alarms
EBM Number
Wiring Fault
NCL Control
Language
Generator Mode
Communication
Dry Relay Set
Converter Mode
Screen Saver
Clear Event Log
Button OFF LOCK
Charger Function
Signal Inputs
Charger Check
With Transformer
Backfeed Check
Rest ReplaceBAT
IP Address
Reset LoadEnergy
Event Log
5 Events
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LCD Control Panel Main Menu
Press “ENTER” button to enter the “Main Menu”.
MAIN MENU
DESCRIPTION
Information
Displays UPS information.
Configure
Displays UPS settings that can be configured by the user.
Event Log
Displays the 5 most recent events, by event count, time (day/hour/minute),
and event description.
LCD Information Readout
There are 24 types of UPS information available for display.
1.
Press the “ENTER” button to enter the “Main Menu”.
2. Press the “p” and “q” buttons to scroll to the “Information” menu.
3. Press the “ENTER” button to select the “Information” menu.
4. Press the “p” and “q” buttons to scroll through the “Information” items shown in the table below.
5. Press the “ESC” button to return to the previous screen.
INFORMATION
MENU ITEMS
DATA
DISPLAYED
DESCRIPTION
O/P Volt
= XXX.XV
Displays the Output Voltage
O/P Freq
= XX.XHz
Displays the Output Frequency
I/P Volt
= XXX.XV
Displays the Input Voltage
I/P Freq
= XX.XHz
Displays the Input Frequency
O/P Load
= XXX%
Displays the Output Load as a Percentage of Maximum Load
O/P Amp
= X.XA
Displays the Output Current
O/P Watt
= XXXXXW
Displays the Output Wattage
O/P VA
= XXXXXVA
Displays the Output VA
Load Energy
XXXX.XKWh
Displays UPS Load Energy Consumption
BAT Volt
= XXX.XV
Displays the Battery Voltage
BAT Cap
= XXX%
Displays the Estimated Percentage of Battery Capacity
BAT Runtime
= XXXM
Displays the Estimated Battery Runtime in Minutes
EBM Number
=X
Displays the Number of Extended Battery Modules Configured
TEMP
= XX°C /
XXX°F
Displays the Approximate Internal UPS Temperature in
both °C (Celsius) and °F (Fahrenheit)
SBM
= XXXXX
XH(M)
Displays the stage of Smart Battery Management with
Time of Operation
Rating
= XXK VA
Displays the UPS Rating
MCU Ver
XXXX
Displays the MCU Firmware Version
Model Name
Displays the UPS Model Name
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LCD Information Readout Cont.
INFORMATION
MENU ITEMS
DATA
DISPLAYED
DESCRIPTION
Date & Time
- - - - / - - / - - - -:- -
Displays the present Date & Time
Next BATT
Change
XXX / XXXX
Displays the next Battery Change Date & Time
IP
XXXXXX
XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
Display the network IP address
Subnet Mask
XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
Display the network Subnet Mask
Gateway
XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
Display the network Gateway
MAC
XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX
Display the network card MAC address
LCD Event Log
The UPS will record the five most recent system events in the Event Log.
1.
Press the “ENTER” button to enter the “Main Menu”.
2. Press the “p” and “q” buttons to scroll to the “Event Log” option.
3. Press the “ENTER” button to select the “Event Log” submenu.
EVENT LOG SUBMENU
(X)
DESCRIPTION
Event date and time followed by event description.
4. Press the “p” and “q” buttons to scroll through the “Event Log.” The UPS will record events listed in the
table below.
5. Press the “ESC” button to return to the previous screen.
EVENT CONTENT
DESCRIPTION
High O/P V
The UPS has detected inverter voltage is too high.
Low O/P V
The UPS has detected inverter voltage is too low.
Output short
The UPS has detected an output short.
Bus Fault
The UPS has detected DC bus is too high or low.
Over Temp
The UPS has detected internal temperature is too high.
Wiring Fault
The UPS has detected the input line/neutral wire are reversed or without ground wire.
O/P Overload
The UPS has detected output Watt or VA are too high.
Over Charge
The battery has been charged at too high voltage.
Charger Failure
The battery charger has malfunctioned.
Battery Low
The battery has been discharged at too low level.
Load Over Set%
The UPS has detected output Watt or VA has exceeded user set parameter.
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LCD Event Log Cont.
EVENT CONTENT
DESCRIPTION
Service Battery
The Battery Replacement Date has reached the maintenance period.
Battery Failure
The UPS has detected battery failure.
Line Abnormal
The UPS has detected input power is out of range when the UPS is running autorestart process.
Fan Error
The UPS has detected a fan malfunction.
BAT Disconnected
The UPS has not detected batteries.
Bypass Forbidden
User cannot use Manual Bypass function when Generator Mode or
Converter Mode is enabled
Ready ON
The UPS has been turned on.
Battery Test
The batteries have been tested.
Multi-language Interface
Users can configure one of the four available languages for display:
[English] [Español-Spanish] [Français-French] [Deutsch-German]
1.
Press the “ENTER” button to enter the “Main Menu”.
2. Press the “p” and “q” buttons to scroll to the “Configure” menu.
3. Press the “ENTER” button to select the “Configure” menu.
4. Press the “p” and “q” buttons to scroll to the “Language” option.
5. Press the “ENTER” button to select the “Language” option.
6. Press the “p” and “q” buttons to scroll to the language that you want to select.
You may be prompted to save the selection, if so, press the “ENTER” button to save the setting.
7.
Press the “ESC” button to cancel or return to the previous screen.
LCD Configuration Settings
There are 27 UPS settings that can be configured by the user.
1.
Press the “ENTER” button to enter the “Main Menu”.
2. Press the “p” and “q” buttons to scroll to the “Configure” menu.
3. Press the “ENTER” button to select the “Configure” menu.
4. Press the “p” and “q” buttons to scroll to the “Configure” items shown in the table below.
5. Press the “ENTER” button to select the setting you want to configure.
6. The first configuration settings will be displayed on the second column of LCD screen.
7.
Press the “p” and “q” buttons to scroll through the different settings.
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LCD Configuration Settings Cont.
8. Press the “ENTER” button to select the parameter you want to change.
9. You may be prompted to save the selection, if so press the “ENTER” button to save the setting. Some
options are saved and started automatically. (See the following table for additional details.)
10. Press the “ESC” button to cancel or return to the previous screen.
CONFIGURE
SUBMENU
Output Voltage
AVAILABLE SETTINGS
= [200V] [208V] [220V] [230V] [240V]
Sets the UPS output voltage
DEFAULT SETTING
208V
Range= [+/- 1%] [+/- 2%] [+/- 3%] [+/- 4%] [+/- 5%]
[+/- 6%] [+/- 7%] [+/- 8%] [+/- 9%] [+/-10%]
Sync Freq Window
Sets the output synchronization frequency range
+/- 5%
If input line frequency is outside this range, the UPS
will lock in at the nominal frequency
Range= [+10%/-10%] [+10%/-15%] [+10%/-20%]
Bypass V Window
[+15%/-10%] [+15%/-15%] [+15%/-20%]
+10%/-15%
Sets Bypass Voltage range
[Check Freq/Volt] [Check Volt Only] [No Bypass]
Bypass Condition :
The default setting [Check Freq/Volt] means the UPS
will check the specifications (1) and (2) when the UPS
has a fault and needs to transfer to Bypass.
Bypass Condition
The setting [Check Volt Only] means the UPS will
check the following specification (1) when the UPS has
a fault and needs to transfer to Bypass.
Check Freq/Volt
(1) Bypass voltage is inside the range of
"Bypass V Window".
(2) Bypass frequency is inside the range of
"Sync Freq Range".
The setting [No Bypass] means the UPS is forbidden
to transfer to Bypass when UPS has a fault.
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LCD Configuration Settings Cont.
CONFIGURE
SUBMENU
AVAILABLE SETTINGS
[Disable] [Enable]
DEFAULT SETTING
Disable
[V Range= +/-15%] [V Range= +/-10%] (for [Enable])
ECO Mode1
When ECO mode is enabled the UPS will check the
following bypass quality specifications
(1)
Bypass voltage is inside the [V Range= +/-10%]
(default setting) or [V Range= +/-15%]
V Range= +/-10%
(2)
Bypass frequency is inside the +/-3 Hz range of
output nominal frequency
[Disable] [Enable]
Manual Bypass
When performing UPS maintenance, the user can
manually transfer the connected load to bypass
without interrupting the supply of power.
Disable
[Battery Test] [Alarm Test] [Indicator Test] [Fan Test]
[Battery Test]
[Activate?]
Starts a manual battery test. The UPS will operate 10
seconds on Battery Mode to check battery condition.
UPS Diagnostic
Starts a manual alarm test. The buzzer will sound
for 5 seconds.
None
Starts a manual indicator test. The UPS will turn on all
LEDs and light the LCD background for 5 seconds.
Starts a manual fan test. The UPS will operate fans at
full speed for 5 seconds.
[Disable] [Enable] [Only Battery Low]
Audible Alarms
User can [Disable] or [Enable] the audible alarm and
can also set [Only Battery Low] to alarm only when
the battery is low in Battery Mode.
Enable
= [0] [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10]
EBM Number
Set the number of EBM (Extended Battery Modules)
to get the correct estimated runtime.
0
[Disable] [Enable]
Wiring Fault
Set [Disable] or [Enable] to automatically check
for an input wiring fault.
Disable
[Outlet On] [Outlet Off]
NCL Control
Set Noncritical Load (NCL) [Outlet On] or [Outlet
Off]. When NCL is set to [Outlet Off], the NCL
output power will turn off immediately.
Outlet On
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LCD Configuration Settings Cont.
CONFIGURE
SUBMENU
Language
AVAILABLE SETTINGS
[English] [Español-Spanish] [Français-French]
[Deutsch-German]
DEFAULT SETTING
English
User can select the desired LCD control panel language.
[Disable] [Enable]
Generator Mode2
When the UPS input power source is a generator set
the UPS will operate normally without transferring to
Battery Mode when set to [Enable].
Disable
[Disable] [Enable]
Communication
Dry Relay Set
All communication ports on the UPS are
[Disable] or [Enable].
[I/P Power Fail] [Battery Low] [Summary Alarm]
[UPS On Bypass] [UPS Fail]
Select what UPS events will trigger real potential-free
dry contacts for industrial control.
Enable
I/P Power Fail
[Converter Off] [O/P Freq = 50Hz] [O/P Freq = 60Hz]
Converter Mode3
Sets [O/P Freq = 50Hz] or [O/P Freq = 60Hz]
to convert the input frequency to the required
output frequency.
Converter OFF
[Disable] [1 Minutes] [5 Minutes]
Screen Saver
Sets the amount of time the LCD screen stays on
after no user input. The [Disable] option keeps the
LCD screen on at all times.
5 minutes
[Activate?]
Clear Event Log
Clears all the events stored in the LCD control panel
Event Log.
None
[Disable] [Enable]
Button OFF LOCK
To prevent accidental UPS power ON/OFF button
operation set to [Enable]. The Power ON/OFF button
will be locked and will not function.
Disable
[SBM] [Constant]
Charger Function
Set [SBM] to activate Smart Battery Management
to charge the batteries.
SBM
Set [Constant] to use trickle charge method to
charge the batteries.
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USING THE UPS SYSTEM CONT.
LCD Configuration Settings Cont.
CONFIGURE
SUBMENU
AVAILABLE SETTINGS
DEFAULT SETTING
[Disable] [EPO] [ROO]
Set [EPO] (Emergency Power Off) to shut down the UPS
remotely when the contact is open.
Signal Inputs
Set [ROO] (Remote On/Off) to turn the UPS on remotely
when the contact is closed and turn the UPS off remotely
when the contact is open. The On/Off power button on
the front panel will be disabled when set to [ROO].
Disable
[Disable] [Enable]
Charger Check
Set [Disable] or [Enable] to constantly monitor
the charger function.
Disable
[Disable] [Enable]
With Transformer
Backfeed Check
Reset ReplaceBAT
Set [Enable] when UPS is installed with a
step-down transformer.
[Disable] [Enable]
Set [Enable] to activate backfeed connector function.
[Activate?]
Manually reset the Battery Replacement date.
[Mode:DHCP] [Mode:Manual]
Disable
Disable
None
Mode:DHCP
[IP Address] [Subnet Mask] [Gateway] (for
[Mode:Manual])
IP Address
Reset Load Energy
Select [Mode:Manual] to set [IP Address] [Subnet
Mask] [Gateway] on the network card (RMCARD) or
select DHCP to retrieve IP address settings from the
local network DHCP server.
[Activate?]
Reset Load Energy Consumption (KWH) value.
None
None
This function can’t be set when Manual Bypass, Generator Mode or Converter Mode is enabled.
UPS has no bypass when Generator Mode is enabled.
3
UPS has no bypass when Converter Mode is enabled. This function can only be set before the UPS is on.
1
2
Silencing Audible Alarms
1.
Press any of the four function buttons on the LCD control panel.
Note: the alarm cannot be turned off for a “Battery Low” condition. This condition will still result in an
audible alarm.
2. Change the “Audible Alarms” option to “Disable” in the LCD control panel and it will no longer give an
audible alarm for any malfunction.
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USING THE UPS SYSTEM CONT.
Manual Battery Test
Select “Activate” in the “Battery Test” option of the LCD control panel and the unit will perform a manual
battery test.
Graphic Load/Battery Capacity Display
1.
Press the “ESC” button to return to UPS Status.
2. Press the “p” and “q” buttons to scroll to “LOAD” and “BAT” Capacity.
3. Press the“p” and “q” buttons to scroll to “Charging” or “Discharging” Capacity.
LOAD and BAT Capacity
The LCD screen displays the Load and
Battery capacity with a graphical icon.
Charging Capacity
The LCD screen displays the battery
capacity during charging with a
graphical icon while in Line Mode.
Discharging Capacity
The LCD screen displays the remaining
battery capacity with a graphical icon
while in Battery Mode.
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MAINTENANCE
Storage
To store your UPS for an extended period of time, cover and store it with the battery fully charged.
Recharge the battery every three months to ensure battery life.
Battery Replacement
Please read and follow the Safety Instructions before servicing the battery. Battery replacement should be
performed by trained personnel who are familiar with the procedures and safety precautions. Make a note
of the Replacement Battery part number.
Safety Precautions
Warning: High voltage – Risk of Electric Shock
Only use replacement batteries that are certified by Cyber Power Systems. Use of incorrect battery type is
an electrical hazard that could lead to explosion, fire, electric shock, or short circuit.
Batteries contain an electrical charge that can cause severe burns. Before servicing batteries, please
remove any conductive materials such as jewelry, chains, wrist watches, and rings.
Do not open or mutilate the batteries. Electrolyte fluid is harmful to the skin/eyes and may be toxic.
To avoid electric shock, turn off and unplug the UPS from the wall receptacle before servicing the battery.
Only use tools with insulated handles. Do not lay tools or metal parts on top of the UPS or battery terminals.
Replacement Batteries
Please refer to the front side of the EBM for the model number of the correct replacement batteries. For
battery procurement, go to www.cyberpowersystems.com, or contact your local dealer.
When the Replace Battery LED is blinking or the LCD displays Service Battery, use PowerPanel® Business
Edition Agent software or log on to the RMCARD to perform a runtime calibration to verify battery capacity
is sufficient and acceptable.
Battery Disposal
Do Not Discard
Batteries are considered hazardous waste and must be disposed of properly. Contact your local
government for more information about proper disposal and recycling of batteries. Do not dispose
of batteries in fire.
Cyber Power Systems encourages environmentally sound methods for disposal and recycling of
its UPS products.
Please dispose and/or recycle your UPS and batteries in accordance with local regulations.
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MAINTENANCE CONT.
BATTERY REPLACEMENT
Step 1: Remove the front panels.
Step 2: Remove the retaining screws from the battery retention cover and then remove the cover itself.
Step 3: Pull the battery trays out slowly and then put the new battery trays into the compartment.
1
2
3
Step 4: Insert the battery connectors and tighten the screws of battery retention cover.
Step 5: Install the front panels. Execute a battery test via the LCD control panel, go to the Configuration
Menu, then scroll to the UPS Diagnostic then select battery test and Activate, then scroll to Reset
ReplaceBAT to reset the battery replacement date. This operation can also be done via PowerPanel®
Business Edition Agent or RMCARD web interface. Please see their respective User Manuals for
detailed instructions.
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5
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
MODELS
OL6KRT
OL8KRT
OL10KRT
CONFIGURATION
Capacity (VA)
6000 VA
8000 VA
10000 VA
Capacity (Watts)
5400 W
8000 W
10000 W
Form Factor
Rackmount/Tower
Energy-saving
Technology
ECO Mode Efficiency>
_96%
ECO Mode Efficiency>
_97%
INPUT
Input Voltage Range
200~240 V
Input Frequency Range
40~70 Hz
Input Power Factor
0.99
Cold Start
Yes
OUTPUT
Output Waveform
Sine wave
Output Voltage
200, 208, 220, 230, 240 V ±2% (Configurable)
Output Frequency
50/60 Hz ±0.25 Hz (Auto-Sensing or Configurable)
Transfer Time (Typical)
0ms
Rated Power Factor
0.9
Harmonic Distortion
THD < 3% at Linear Load, < 5% at Non-linear Load
Crest Factor
3:1
ECO Mode Bypass
Voltage Range
±10%, ±15% (Configurable)
UPS Outlets
(2) L6-20R, (2) L6-30R | (3) L6-30R, (1) Terminal block
1
1
PROTECTION
Surge Protection
IEC 61000-4-5 Level 3 (2430 Joules)
Phone / Network Surge
Protection
RJ11/RJ45 (One In/One Out)
Overload Protection
Line Mode: 105~125% Load for 1 min, 126~150% Load for 10 sec
Battery Mode: 105~130% Load for 10 sec, 131~150% Load for 2 sec
Short Circuit Protection
UPS Output Cut off Immediately or Input Fuse/Circuit Breaker Protection
BATTERY
Specifications
(20) 12 V/7 Ah
(20) 12 V/9 Ah
Recharge Time 0-90%
(Typical)
4 hours
5 hours
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS CONT.
MODELS
OL6KRT
OL8KRT
OL10KRT
BATTERY CONT.
Sealed, Maintenance
Free
Yes
Hot-Swappable
Yes
STATUS INDICATORS
LCD Screen
Multi-Function LCD Readout that Supports:
Multi-Language Interface, (24) Types of Read Out,
(27) Types of Function Setting, (5) Event Logs
LED Indicators
Power On (White), Line Mode (Green), Battery Mode (Yellow),
Bypass Mode (Yellow), Fault (Red), Replace Battery (Red)
Audible Alarms
Battery Mode, Battery Low, Overload, UPS Fault
ENVIRONMENTS
On-Device Features
Start-up Self Test, Auto-Charge, Auto-Restart, Auto-Overload Recovery
Connectivity Ports
(1) Serial Port (RS232), (1) USB Port, (1) Relay Out
SNMP/HTTP Capable
(1) Remote management card is pre-installed in expansion slot
SOFTWARE
Power Management
Software
PowerPanel® Business Edition
PHYSICAL
Dimensions:
Power Module
L x W x H = 26 x 17.05 x 5.2 in. (66 x 43.3 x 13.2 cm)
Dimensions:
Battery Module
L x W x H = 26 x 17.05 x 5.2 in. (66 x 43.3 x 13.2 cm)
Net Weight:
Power Module
52.8 lbs (24 kg)
Net Weight:
Battery Module
167.2 lbs (76 Kg)
171.6 lbs (78 Kg)
SAFETY
Conformance Approvals
CE, UL1778, FCC part 15 Class A
RoHS
RoHS Compliant
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS CONT.
MODELS
BP240VL3U01
BP240VL3U02
CONFIGURATION
AC Input Voltage
180~280 V
DC Output Voltage
240 Vdc
DC Output Current
30 A
50 A
PHYSICAL
Dimensions
L x W x H = 26 x 17.05 x 5.2 in (660 x 433 x 132 mm)
Net Weight
167.2 lb (76 Kg)
171.6 lb (78 Kg)
Specifications
(20) 12 V/7 Ah
(20) 12 V/9 Ah
Replacement Battery
Cartridge
(2) RB1270X10
(2) RB1290X10
Recharge Time 0-90%
(Typical)
4 hours
5 hours
Connector Type
PP45
Hot-Swappable
Yes
Built-in Charger
Yes
BATTERY
ENVIRONMENT
Operating Temperature
32°F to 104 °F (0°C to 40°C)
Operating Relative
Humidity
0 to 90% Non-Condensing
SAFETY
Conformance Approvals
CE, UL1778, FCC part 15 Class A
RoHS
RoHS Compliant
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TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
WARNING
O/P Overload
Your equipment requires more power
than the UPS can provide. If the UPS
is in Line Mode then it will transfer to
Bypass Mode; if the UPS is in Battery
Mode it will shut down.
Shut off non-essential equipment. If
this solves the overload problem, the
UPS will transfer to normal operation.
Load Over XXX%
Your equipment requires more
power than the setting in the Power
Management Software (PowerPanel®
Business) will allow.
Shut off the non-essential equipment
or increase the level in the Power
Management Software.
Battery Mode
UPS is operating on battery power.
Save your data and perform a
controlled shutdown.
Battery Low
UPS is operating on battery power
and will be shutting down soon due to
extremely low battery voltage.
UPS will restart automatically when
acceptable utility power returns.
BAT Disconnected
No battery power is being detected by Check the battery connector and the
the UPS.
battery breaker.
Battery Failure
UPS has failed a Battery Test.
Replace Battery
Battery will need to be replaced soon
due to insufficient runtime.
Check the battery connector and the
battery breaker.
Contact technical support to replace
the battery.
Install new batteries, execute
battery test, and reset the replace
battery date.
Perform a runtime calibration to verify
battery capacity is sufficient and
acceptable.
Service Battery
The Battery Replacement Date has
reached the recommended 3 year
maintenance period.
EPO OFF
Missing the EPO connection.
Check the EPO connection.
Wiring Fault*
Line and neutral wires are reversed.
Exchange line and neutral wires.
*Only applicable in areas
where 200-240 V electrical
service is provisioned with
a Neutral line.
Missing ground wire.
Connect ground wire.
No ground wire.
Disable Wiring Fault alarm on LCD
control panel.
If batteries have been recently
replaced, then reset the Battery
Replacement Date using PowerPanel®
Business Edition Agent software,
RMCARD web interface or through
the LCD control panel on the UPS (See
LCD Configuration Settings).
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TROUBLESHOOTING CONT.
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
WARNING
Utility power is out of range for the
UPS to auto-restart.
Check whether voltage or frequency
of input power is out of range.
Output Short
Output short circuit.
The connected equipment may have
problems, please remove them and
check again.
Over Temperature
High temperature sensor activated
protection.
Check the fan for operation and verify
that ventilation is not obstructed.
Cold Start Lock
UPS is locked to prevent consuming
battery power during shipping.
Connect UPS to utility power
for first-time operation.
Auto Restart Lock
“Automatic Restore” is disabled
in Power Management Software
(PowerPanel® Business Edition).
Press “ON/OFF“ button to turn
UPS on.
Bypass Forbidden
Manual Bypass Forbidden when the
LCD screen shows “Generator On” or
“Converter On.”
Slide the Interlock Bracket to the
right. (Only for UPS models with a
Maintenance Bypass Module)
Over Charge
Battery is overcharged.
Charger Failure
Charger has failed.
Remove battery connector and check
charger voltage.
High O/P V
Output voltage is too high.
Low O/P V
Output voltage is too low.
Shut down UPS and turn off input
breaker.
Bus Fault
Internal DC bus voltage is too high or
too low.
Contact CyberPower for assistance.
Line Abnormal
FAULT
Contact CyberPower for assistance.
PRODUCT REGISTRATION
CyberPower requests that you complete and return the Warranty Registration Card enclosed with the
Product or register the Product at its website (www.cyberpowersystems.com/registration) to establish that
you are the Initial Customer of the Product, and therefore entitled coverage under the Limited Warranty
and the Connected Equipment Guarantee. (Registration is not required for coverage, but note: if you do not
register your purchase, you will be required to provide proof of purchase.)
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LIMITED WARRANTY AND CONNECTED
EQUIPMENT GUARANTEE
Read the following terms and conditions carefully before using the CyberPower OL6KRT/OL8KRT/
OL10KRT. By using the Product you consent to be bound by and become a party to the terms and
conditions of this Limited Warranty and Connected Equipment Guarantee (together referred to as this
“Warranty”). If you do not agree to the terms and conditions of this Warranty, you should return the
Product for a full refund prior to using it.
Who is Providing this Warranty?
CyberPower Systems (USA), Inc. (“CyberPower”) provides this Limited Warranty.
What Does This Warranty Cover?
This warranty covers defects in materials and workmanship in the Product under normal use and
conditions. It also covers equipment that was connected to the Product and damaged because of
the failure of the Product.
What is the Period of Coverage?
This warranty covers the Product for three years and connected equipment for as long as you
own the Product.
Who Is Covered?
This warranty only covers the original purchaser. Coverage ends if you sell or otherwise transfer
the Product.
How Do You Get Warranty Service?
1.
Before contacting CyberPower, identify Your Product model number, the Purchase Date, and
each item of Connected Equipment.
2. Email us at tech@cpsww.com or Call us at (877) 297-6937.
3. If your product requires warranty service you must provide a copy of your dated purchase
receipt or invoice.
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LIMITED WARRANTY AND CONNECTED
EQUIPMENT GUARANTEE CONT.
How Do You Open A Connected Equipment Claim?
1.
Call us at (877) 297-6937 or write to us at Cyber Power Systems (USA), Inc., 4241 12th Ave. E., STE 400,
Shakopee, MN 55379, or send us an e-mail message to claims@cpsww.com for instructions, within 10
days of the occurrence.
2. When you contact CyberPower, identify the Product, the Purchase Date, and the item(s) of Connected
Equipment. Have information on all applicable insurance or other resources of recovery/payment that
are available to the Initial Customer and Request a Claim Number.
3. You must provide a dated purchase receipt (or other proof of the original purchase) for the Cyber
Power unit and connected equipment. You also need to provide a description of the damage to your
connected equipment.
4. Pack and ship the product to CyberPower and, if requested, the item(s) of Connected Equipment, a
repair cost estimate for the damage to the Connected Equipment, and all claim forms that CyberPower
provides to you. Show the Claim Number on the shipping label or include it with the product. You must
prepay all shipping costs, you are responsible for packaging and shipment, and you must pay the cost
of the repair estimate.
How Long Do I Have To Make A Claim?
All claims must be made within ten days of the occurrence.
What Will We Do To Correct Problems?
CyberPower will inspect and examine the Product.
If the Product is defective in material or workmanship, CyberPower will repair or replace it at CyberPower's
expense, or, if CyberPower is unable to or decides not to repair or replace the Product (if defective) within
a reasonable time, CyberPower will refund to you the full purchase price you paid for the Product (purchase
receipt showing price paid is required).
If it appears that our Product failed to protect any equipment plugged into it, we will also send you forms
for making your claim for the connected equipment. We will repair or replace the equipment that was
damaged because of the failure of our Product or pay you the fair market value (NOT REPLACEMENT
COST) of the equipment at of the time of the damage. We will use Orion Blue Book, or another a thirdparty valuation guide, or eBay, craigslist, or other source to establish that amount. Our maximum liability
is limited to $300,000 for OL6KRT/OL8KRT/OL10KRT.
Who Pays For Shipping?
We pay when we send items to you; you pay when you send items to us.
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LIMITED WARRANTY AND CONNECTED
EQUIPMENT GUARANTEE CONT.
What Are Some Examples Of What This Warranty Does Not Cover?
1.
This Warranty does not cover any software that was damaged or needs to be replaced due to the failure
of the Product or any data that is lost as a result of the failure or the restoration of data or records, or
the reinstallation of software.
2. This Warranty does not cover or apply to: misuse, modification, operation or storage outside
environmental limits of the Product or the equipment connected to it, nor for damage while in transit or
in storage, nor if there has been improper operation or maintenance, or use with items not designed or
intended for use with the Product, such as laser printers, appliances, aquariums, medical or life support
devices, etc.
What Other Limitations Apply?
The sole and exclusive remedies of the Initial Customer are those provided by this Warranty.
1.
This Warranty does not apply unless the Product and the equipment that was connected to it were
connected to properly wired and grounded outlets (including compliance with electrical and safety
codes of the most current electrical code), without the use of any adapters or other connectors.
2. The Product must have been plugged directly into the power source and the equipment connected
to the Product must be directly connected to the Product and not “daisy-chained” together in serial
fashion with any extension cords, another Product or device similar to the Product, surge suppressor,
or power tap. Any such installation voids the Limited Warranty.
3. The Product and equipment connected to it must have been used properly in a suitable and proper
environment and in conformance with any license, instruction manual, or warnings provided with the
Product and the equipment connected to it.
4. The Product must have been used at all times within the limitations on the Product’s VA capacity.
The Product was designed to eliminate disrupting and damaging effects of momentary (less than 1ms)
voltage spikes or impulses from lightning or other power transients. If it can be shown that a voltage spike
lasting longer than 1ms has occurred, the occurrence will be deemed outside the rated capabilities of the
Product and the Limited Warranty is void. CyberPower Does Not Cover or Undertake Any Liability in Any
Event for Any of the Following:
1.
Loss of or damage to data, records, or software or the restoration of data or records, or the
reinstallation of software.
2. Damage from causes other than AC Power Line Transients, spikes, or surges on properly installed,
grounded and code-compliant 120 volt power lines in the United States and Canada; transients, surges
or spikes on standard telephone land lines, PBX telephone equipment lines or Base 10T Ethernet
lines, when properly installed and connected. (This exclusion applies, for example, to fluctuations in
data transmission or reception, by CATV or RF transmission or fluctuations, or by transients in such
transmission.)
3. Damage from any circumstance described as excluded above with respect to the Product.
4. Damages from fire, flood, wind, rain, rising water, leakage or breakage of plumbing, abuse, misuse or
alteration of either the product or the Connected Equipment.
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LIMITED WARRANTY AND CONNECTED
EQUIPMENT GUARANTEE CONT.
What Other Limitations Apply? Cont.
5. CyberPower excludes any liability for personal injury under the Limited Warranty and Connected
Equipment Guarantee. CyberPower excludes any liability for direct, indirect, special, incidental or
consequential damages, whether for damage to or loss of property [EXCEPT FOR (AND ONLY FOR) the
specific limited agreement of CyberPower to provide certain warranty benefits regarding "Connected
Equipment" under this Warranty], loss of profits, business interruption, or loss of information or data.
NOTE: Some States or Provinces do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential
damages, so the above limitation may not apply to you.
6. The Product is not for use in high-risk activities or with aquariums. The Product is not designed
or intended for use in hazardous environments requiring fail-safe performance, or for use in any
circumstance in which the failure of the Product could lead directly to death, personal injury, or severe
physical or property damage, or that would affect operation or safety of any medical or life support
device (collectively, "High Risk Activities"). CyberPower expressly disclaims any express or implied
warranty of fitness for High Risk Activities or with aquariums. CyberPower does not authorize use of any
Product in any High Risk Activities or with Aquariums. ANY SUCH USE IS IMPROPER AND IS A MISUSE
OF THE PRODUCT.
Where Can I Get More Information?
The application of the United Nations Convention of Contracts for the International Sale of Goods is
expressly excluded.
CyberPower is the warrantor under this Limited Warranty.
For further information please feel free to contact CyberPower at
Cyber Power Systems (USA), Inc. | 4241 12th Ave E., STE 400, Shakopee, MN 55379
(877) 297-6937 | claims@cpsww.com
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CONFORMANCE APPROVAL
FCC NOTICE
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following
two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device
must accept any interference that may cause undesired operation.
WARNING!! This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance
with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this
equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required
to correct the interference at his own expense. Shielded signal cables must be used with this product to
ensure compliance with the Class A FCC limits.
The Class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing
Equipment Regulation.
Cet appareil numerique de la class A respecte toutes les exigencies du Reglement sur le materiel
brouilleur du Canada.
This document is believed to be accurate, but CyberPower reserves the right to change or correct the
contents and does not assume any responsibility for omissions or errors.
Need Additional Help?
Feel free to contact our Tech Support department with installation, troubleshooting,
or general product questions.
CyberPower Technical Support
Phone: 1-877-297-6937
Email: tech@cpsww.com
Web: www.cyberpowersystems.com
Address: 4241 12th Avenue E, Suite 400 Shakopee, MN 55379, USA
Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday, 7:00am – 6:00pm (CST)
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