USER`S MANUAL Uninterruptible Power System GX 100 Series
USER’S MANUAL
Uninterruptible Power System
GX 100 Series
Model M-UPS050AD1S/M-UPS050AD2S
M-UPS075AD1S/M-UPS075AD2S
M-UPS100AD1S/M-UPS100AD2S
INR-HG5685
For safe use
Handling of this manual
This document contains important information for safe use of the product. You
are kindly requested to carefully read this instruction manual before use of the
product. Read “Precautions for safety and precautions for use” described in this
document with particular attention, and fully understand the product before use.
Furthermore, it is requested that this document be kept with caution.
High-safety uses
This product is designed and produced assuming general uses such as general
office use and personal use, and it is not what was designed and produced for uses
(hereinafter called “high-safety uses”) that require safety of extremely higher
degree and that accompany direct serious dangerousness to human lives and human
bodies if required safety is not maintained, such as atomic nucleus control, aircraft
flight control, aviation traffic control, pass transport control, life supporting devices
and nuclear weapon launching control. The customer is kindly requested not to
use this product without taking measures required for such high-safety uses. In
case the customer intends to use this product for any high-safety uses, please
contact our in-charge sales staff for consultation in advance.
Prevention of radio disturbance
CAUTION
This product is equivalent to Class A information technology device based on
standards of Voluntary Control Council for Interference by Information Technology
Product (VCCI). There is a possibility where radio disturbance arises if the
product is used in a home environment. The user may be requested to take
appropriate measures in such a case.
Prevention of higher harmonics current disturbance
The product conforms to IEC61000-3-12.
All rights reserved.
Copyright Fuji Electric Co., Ltd. 2011
Foreword
An uninterruptible power system is what supplies stable electric power to OA
devices, FA devices, computer devices or the like.
This document describes installation, running, daily management, troubleshooting
and maintenance of an uninterruptible power system. You are kindly requested to
properly use the uninterruptible power system in accordance with instructions
given in this document.
The uninterruptible power system is referred to as “the Product” in this document.
Contents and composition of this document
The composition of this document is shown below.
Precautions for safety and precautions for use
Precautions for safety are described. It is requested that the one who uses the
Product surely reads these precautions before use.
1 Unpacking
Describes the precautions for taking the Product out of its case.
2 Overview
Describes components and setup of the Product.
3 Installation
Describes installation and cable connection of the Product.
4 Running
Describes the method for start/stop of the Product.
5 Inspection
Describes daily inspection and precautions for planned interruption of power
supply.
6 LCD Display
Describes the method for operation of LCD panel.
7 Troubleshooting
Describes actions to be taken on occurrence of troubles.
8 Maintenance
Describes method for replacement of batteries and of cooling fans and also
describes the method for storage of the Product.
9 Appendix
Describes the rated specification for the Product and additional explanation of
UL-type products.
Those chapters requiring particular reference depending on the purpose of use of
this document are indicated below.
For the one to execute installation:
Precautions for safety, Precautions for use, 1, 2, 3, 4
For a user: Precautions for safety, Precautions for use, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7
For the one to execute maintenance:
Precautions for safety, Precautions for use, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8
i
Foreword
Warning indication
This document contains warning indications shown below, in order not to cause
damage to bodies and properties of the user and of the people around the user.
WARNING
CAUTION
IMPORTANT
A “WARNING” sign indicates a potentially hazardous
situation that could result in death or serious injury if the
user does not follow instructions.
A “CAUTION” sign indicates a potentially hazardous
situation, which if not avoided, may result in minor injury,
moderate injury or property damage.
An “IMPORTANT” sign indicates matters that require
attention in the use of the procuct.
Symbols appearing in the text
Symbols appearing in the text of this document are of the meanings indicated
below.
Describes the status of the Product.
Reference to be read, if necessary. How to take actions
and what to be referred to are described.
LED display
Indicates the LED status by any of the symbols indicated below.
: Lit
: Blinking
: Out
Notice
The description in this document is subject to change without notice.
ii
Precautions for safety
List of important warning matters
The important warning matters described in this document are as follows.
WARNING
Electric shock
CAUTION
Electric shock
Personal injury
A “WARNING” sign indicates a potentially hazardous
situation that could result in death or serious injury if the
user does not follow instructions.
Do not remove the cover from the Product.
There are sections of high voltage in the Product, and electric
shock may arise.
A “CAUTION” sign indicates a potentially hazardous
situation, which if not avoided, may result in minor injury,
moderate injury or property damage.
Do not stick a bar or finger into a cooling fan or ventilation
hole.
Electric shock and personal injury may result.
Electric shock
It is requested that maintenance (such as replacement of
batteries and replacement of cooling fans) other than
daily inspection is executed by professional engineers.
Electric shock may result otherwise.
The Product requires grounding (of Class D as the
minimum requirement).
At the occasion of connection of the Product to an input
power supply line, connect a grounding conductor to the
AC input protective grounding terminal of the Product.
Electric shock may result otherwise.
iii
Precautions for safety
Electric shock
Failure
At the occasion of connection of the Product to an input
power supply line, connect the conductor on the live side
of the Product to an AC input L/R terminal and connect
the conductor on the non-live side of the Product to an
N/S terminal. Furthermore, connect a grounding
conductor to the AC input protective grounding terminal.
Also at the occasion of connection of the Product to an
output equipment, connect the conductor on the live side
of the Product to an I1/U1 terminal and L3/V1 terminal in
case of AC (100V) output. In case of AC (200V) output,
connect the conductor on the live side of the Product to
an I1/U2 terminal and I2/V2 terminal, and connect the
grounding line to a grounding terminal.
Malfunction caused by noise, failure and electric shock may
arise, if an error is committed in the wiring connection.
At the occasion of inspection and maintenance of
connected equipment (equipment connected to the
Product) and/or the Product, turn OFF the power for the
connected equipment and also stop running of the
Product.
With M-UPS050AD1S/2S, M-UPS075AD1S/2S or
M-UPS100AD1S/2S, turn OFF the circuit breaker on the
cabinet panel and disconnect the AC input terminals.
Electric shock may result otherwise.
Personal injury
Do not step on the Product, and do not locate any article
on the Product.
Personal injury and falling may result.
Personal injury
Damage
The Product is a heavy article.
handling of the Product.
Be cautious in the
To take the Product out, select a level and flat place for work
execution. If it is attempted to lift or carry the Product by
one-person alone, damage to his arms, feet and lower back
may arise, and the Product may fall and causes damage to
other equipment. It is requested that multiple persons of an
appropriate number are allocated to the work. Furthermore,
full attention is required so as not to allow occurrence of
falling and dropping.
The mass of the Product is as follows.
M-UPS050AD1S/2S: 180 kg (125 kg without batteries)
M-UPS075AD1S/2S: 235 kg (160 kg without batteries)
M-UPS100AD1S/2S: 300 kg (190 kg without batteries)
iv
Precautions for safety
Damage
Do not use the Product for any application that may exert
major influence over human bodies and/or over social
and public affairs.
Medical equipment that is directly related to human lives
Devices that may cause damage to human bodies
Socially and publicly important computer systems
Do not locate any article (such as CRT display and floppy
disc), which is easily affected by magnetism, in the
vicinity of the Product.
Such articles may be adversely affected.
Replace the batteries periodically.
Electrolyte leakage, smoke emission and ignition may arise, if
use of batteries is continued in the state where the battery
lifetime has matured.
For replacement, use batteries we nominate and use new
batteries.
Electrolyte leakage, smoke emission, ignition and
failure/malfunction to the Product may arise, if batteries other
than what we nominate or used or if old and new batteries of
different types are used in mixture.
At the occasion of planned interruption of power supply
or of OFF of the input circuit breaker on the back side of
the Product, assure that the [RUN] LED (green) is slowly
blinking (in about 1.6-second period).
If the circuit breaker on the cabinet panel is turned OFF, or the
input circuit breaker on the back side of the Product is OFF in
the state where the [RUN] LED is lit, conditions that are
identical to those in the state of interruption of power supply
arise, and therefore, discharge from batteries located in the
Product begins.
Damage to batteries and shortening of battery replacement
period may arise otherwise.
Warning label
A warning label is attached to the Product.
Never remove this warning label from the Product.
This warning label is targeted to the person who uses the Product.
v
Precautions for use
Pay attention to the following matters in the use of the Product.
IMPORTANT
An “IMPORTANT” sign indicates matters that require
attention in the use of the Product.
Do not install and store the Product in any of the places indicated below.
Outdoors
Place exposed to rain and wind
Place of excessively high humidity and dust
Place with corrosive gases and salt
Place directly exposed to sunlight
Place located close to sparks or heating elements
Place of extremely high or low temperature or place of excessive temperature
changes
Place to which vibration and impact is applied
Do not continuously execute battery check.
The battery voltage is checked while discharge is occurring from batteries located
in the Product in practice during battery check.
If battery check is continuously executed, therefore, damage to batteries and
shortening of battery replacement period may result.
Charge batteries once every two (2) months, if the Product is not used for a
long time.
Run the Product for 12 hours or longer to charge batteries once every two (2)
months, and check batteries on termination of their charge.
If the Product is shelved for a long time without being run, batteries may reach
over-discharged state due to natural discharge, and may become unusable.
Disposal treatment of used batteries, which have become unnecessary, is
legally controlled.
Request a professional industrial-waste disposal business or contact your dealer or
the maintenance in-charge company.
Do not close cooling fans and ventilation holes of the Product, and do not
use the Product in a place of inferior ventilation.
The cooling fans and ventilation holes of the Product are provided for cooling the
Product interior.
If they are closed, the Product internal temperature and surrounding temperature
may rise to a level that is outside of the rated specification range.
Replace the cooling fans periodically.
If use of cooling fans is continued after their lifetime has matured, the Product
internal temperature may rise to a level that is outside of the rated specification
range.
vi
Precautions for use
The allowable voltage between the input line and grounding terminal of the
Product is 250V AC.
The filter circuit in the input unit may be damaged, if a voltage that is higher than
250V AC is impressed.
The input surge voltage capacity of the Product is 5 kV peak
(1.2 50 sec).
The filter circuit in the input unit may be damaged, if a surge voltage that is higher
than 5 kV peak is impressed.
The input voltage to the Product is rated voltage 15%.
If the input voltage is different from the rated specification, provide a transformer
for voltage conversion outside of the Product. The Product may be damaged, if a
voltage outside of the input voltage range is impressed.
The input voltage to the Product should not exceed the rated input voltage
range of connected equipment.
During bypass running, the input voltage to the Product is output as it is as the
output voltage. The connected equipment may be damaged, if a voltage that
exceeds the rated input voltage range of connected equipment is impressed.
In case a generator is used temporarily for planned interruption of power
supply, use a generator that satisfies the following specification.
If a generator that does not satisfy the following specification is connected to the
input unit of the Product, malfunction and damage to the Product may result.
Voltage variation: within 15% of rated voltage
Frequency variation: within 5% of rated frequency (1Hz per second)
Voltage waveform distortion: 5% or less
Voltage zero-cross condition: No multiple zero-cross during a cycle
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Contents
1
2
3
4
5
6
Foreword.................................................................................................................................... i
Precautions for safety ............................................................................................................... iii
Precautions for use ................................................................................................................... vi
Unpacking ............................................................................................................................. 1
1.1
Open the package........................................................................................................... 1
Open the package........................................................................................................... 1
Check what are contained in the case.............................................................................. 1
Overview............................................................................................................................... 2
2.1
Names and principal functions of components................................................................ 2
2.2
Setup of the Product....................................................................................................... 6
During normal running................................................................................................... 6
During battery running (case of input power supply error) .............................................. 6
Automatic bypass running.............................................................................................. 7
Manual bypass running .................................................................................................. 7
Installation............................................................................................................................. 8
3.1
Installation of the Product .............................................................................................. 8
Precautions for installation ............................................................................................. 8
Determine the place of installation ................................................................................. 8
Method for installation................................................................................................. 10
3.2
Connection of cables .................................................................................................... 11
Precautions for cable connection .................................................................................. 11
Preparation before connection ...................................................................................... 12
Connect the output cable .............................................................................................. 15
Connect the input cable ................................................................................................ 15
3.3
Interface port ............................................................................................................... 16
CN1 (standard monitoring interface) ............................................................................ 16
CN2 (PC interface) ...................................................................................................... 17
Running............................................................................................................................... 18
4.1
Power ON .................................................................................................................... 18
Check cable connection................................................................................................ 18
Turn ON the power for the Product .............................................................................. 18
Turn ON the power for connected equipment ............................................................... 19
4.2
Power OFF .................................................................................................................. 20
Turn OFF the power for the connected equipment ........................................................ 20
Turn OFF the power for the Product ............................................................................. 20
Inspection............................................................................................................................ 21
5.1
Care and daily inspection ............................................................................................. 21
Care............................................................................................................................. 22
Daily inspection ........................................................................................................... 22
5.2
Precautions and measures for planned interruption of power supply ............................. 23
Operation before implementation of planned interruption of power supply ................... 23
Operation after planned interruption of power supply ................................................... 24
5.3
Battery inspection (battery check) ................................................................................ 25
Check conditions of the Product ................................................................................... 25
Use the manual battery check function ......................................................................... 26
Charge batteries ........................................................................................................... 28
LCD .................................................................................................................................... 29
6.1
Overview of LCD ........................................................................................................ 29
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Contents
Transition of LCD display screen ................................................................................. 29
Contents of LCD display .............................................................................................. 30
6.2
Details of display screens ............................................................................................. 33
[UPS Operating Condition] screen................................................................................ 33
[Warning Indication] screen.......................................................................................... 35
6.3
Screen operation........................................................................................................... 36
How to display [Menu Indication] screen ..................................................................... 36
[Menu Indication] screen.............................................................................................. 36
7 Troubleshooting................................................................................................................... 44
7.1
When warning beep was issued .................................................................................... 44
7.2
List of motion modes.................................................................................................... 45
Types of LED blinking ................................................................................................. 45
Types of warning beeps ................................................................................................ 45
List of motion modes.................................................................................................... 46
8 Maintenance ........................................................................................................................ 52
8.1
Battery replacement ..................................................................................................... 52
Time of battery replacement ......................................................................................... 52
Method for battery replacement .................................................................................... 53
Battery treatment and storage ....................................................................................... 54
8.2
Cooling fan replacement............................................................................................... 55
Time of cooling fan replacement .................................................................................. 55
Method for cooling fan replacement ............................................................................. 56
8.3
Storage of the Product .................................................................................................. 57
Operations before storage............................................................................................. 57
Case where storage period exceeds 2 months................................................................ 57
9 Appendix............................................................................................................................. 58
9.1
Rated specification ....................................................................................................... 58
9.2
Additional Description for UL Type ............................................................................. 61
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1
Unpacking
1.1
Open the package
Open the package
CAUTION
Personal injury
Damage
The Product is a heavy article.
handling of the Product.
Be cautious in the
To take the Product out, select a level and flat place for work
execution. If it is attempted to lift or carry the Product by
one-person alone, damage to his arms, feet and lower back
may arise, and the Product may fall and causes damage to
other equipment. It is requested that multiple persons of an
appropriate number are allocated to the work. Furthermore,
full attention is required so as not to allow occurrence of
falling and dropping.
The mass of the Product is as follows.
M-UPS050AD1S/2S: 180 kg (125 kg without batteries)
M-UPS075AD1S/2S: 235 kg (160 kg without batteries)
M-UPS100AD1S/2S: 300 kg (190 kg without batteries)
1. Open the case and take the Product out of the case.
Check what are contained in the case
2. Assure that external appearances of the Product are free of damage.
3. Assure that accessories are fully provided.
Product type
M-UPS050AD1S/2S
(5 kVA)
M-UPS075AD1S/2S
(7.5 kVA)
M-UPS100AD1S/2S
(10 kVA)
Accessory
Instruction manual (this document)
Fixture (with 4 lock screws)
Instruction manual (this document)
Fixture (with 4 lock screws)
Instruction manual (this document)
Fixture (with 4 lock screws)
If damaged, or any of accessories is missing:
Please contact your sales representative.
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Quantity
1 volume
1 set
1 volume
1 set
1 volume
1 set
2
Overview
2.1
Names and principal functions of components
The names and principal functions of components of the Product are described
below.
<LCD display unit>
<M-UPS050AD1S/M-UPS050AD2S>
LCD display unit
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2.1
Names and principal functions of components
<M-UPS075AD1S/M-UPS075AD2S>
LCD display unit
<M-UPS100AD1S/M-UPS100AD2S>
LCD display unit
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Name
RUN
ALARM
Principal function
Lit (in green) while the Product is running normally.
Lights up (in orange) when any failure arises in the Product.
Lights up (in orange) when the load capacity of the connected
OVER LOAD
equipment exceeds the rated specification.
BYPASS
Lit (in orange) while the Product is in bypass running.
Indicates the extent of battery charge by the lighting type (in
BATTERY CAPACITY green). (Out: 0 to 50%, Blinking: 50 to 80%, Lit: 80 to
100%)
BATTERY ALARM
Lights up (in orange) when any battery error arises.
Switch for ON/OFF of the Product. Switching between ON
ON/OFF
and OFF occurs each time when this switch is pressed for
about 1 second.
Press this switch for stopping the warning beep.
Furthermore, the [ALARM] LED goes out when this switch is
kept pressed for 3 seconds upon recovery from failure.
RESET/CANCEL
Switch for canceling the item selected in the LCD screen.
Use this switch when it is wanted to display the screen of the
hierarchical level that is just above what is being displayed,
for instance.
Switch for execution of battery check in the manual mode.
BATT CHECK
Press this switch for about 2 seconds to start battery check.
Press switches 8 and 9 simultaneously for about 3
seconds, to forcibly (manually) changing the running status to
bypass running while the Product is running in the normal
BYPASS
running status. Return to the normal running status occurs
when switches 8 and 9 are pressed again
simultaneously for about 3 seconds.
MENU
Switch for having the LCD menu displayed.
Switch for finalizing the item selected on the LCD screen.
SET
Use this switch when it is wanted to display a sub menu
selected out of the main menu.
Switch for moving the cursor displayed on the LCD screen
Switch
upward or for scrolling the screen upward.
Switch for moving the cursor displayed on the LCD screen
Switch
downward or for scrolling the screen downward.
Switch for moving the cursor displayed on the LCD screen
Switch
rightward.
Switch for moving the cursor displayed on the LCD screen
Switch
leftward.
Panel for display of status and warning of the Product and for
LCD panel
display of various operations.
Used for ventilation and cooling of the Product interior. The
Ventilation hole (Air suction)
wind direction is suction (in).
Used for cooling of the Product interior. The wind direction
Cooling fan
is exhaust (out).
Standard monitoring
Outputs a no-voltage contact signal.
interface (CN1)
PC interface (CN2)
This is the interface for a PC.
Input circuit breaker
Circuit breaker for protection of the input circuit.
Switch
9
Overview
LED
2
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
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2.1
19
Name
Connector for connection of
optional battery box
20
Input/output terminal block
21
AC input protective
grounding terminal
Names and principal functions of components
Principal function
Use this connector for connection of batteries for long-time
backup.
Connect this terminal block to the input power supply.
Make connection to input power supply.
L/R: Non-grounded side pole
N/S: Grounded side pole
Make connection to load equipment.
l1/U1 l3/V1: 100V AC is output.
l1/U2 l2/V2: 200V AC is output.
GND (FG): Grounding terminal
Connect a grounding conductor to this terminal.
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2
Overview
2.2
Setup of the Product
During normal running
The Product runs using AC power supply as the input during normal running, and
feeds a constant voltage output to the connected equipment. At the same time, the
Product charges batteries located in the Product, in preparation for battery running.
The output frequency is synchronized with the input frequency.
The
Product
Bypass
AC/AC converter
Step-up chopper
Charger
: Electricity is flowing
Batteries
: Electricity is not flowing
Output
to connected equipment
Input power supply
Flow of electricity during normal running
During battery running (case of input power supply error)
If any input power supply error such as interruption of input power supply and
voltage or frequency error arises while the Product is running, discharge from
batteries begins and stable power is kept supplied to the load. Switching to
battery running occurs uninterruptibly.
Return to running described in “ During normal running” stated above occurs
automatically upon recovery of the AC input power supply (the voltage of input
power supply returns to the rated specification).
The
Product
Bypass
AC/AC converter
Step-up chopper
Charger
Occurrence of
input power
supply error
: Electricity is flowing
Batteries
: Electricity is not flowing
Output
to connected equipment
Such as “voltage error,”
“frequency error” during
normal running of the Product
Flow of electricity during battery running
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2.2 Setup of the Product
Automatic bypass running
If any error occurs to the Product during normal running, switching to bypass
running occurs automatically. During bypass running, input voltage is directly
fed and power is supplied to the connected equipment. If interruption of power
supply arises in this running status, switching to battery running will not occur and
interruption of power supply will affect the connected equipment.
The
Product
Bypass
AC/AC converter
Occurrence of
error to the
Product
Charger
: Electricity is flowing
Batteries
: Electricity is not flowing
Output
to connected equipment
Input power supply
Failure in the Product
Flow of electricity during automatic bypass running
Manual bypass running
Switching to bypass running can be executed manually during normal running.
For this operation, press the [RESET/CANCEL] switch and [BYPASS] switch
simultaneously for about 3 seconds. Return to normal running occurs when both
of these switches are pressed simultaneously for about 3 seconds. If interruption
of power supply arises in this running status, switching to battery running will not
occur and interruption of power supply will affect the connected equipment.
The
Product
Bypass
AC/AC converter
Step-up chopper
Charger
: Electricity is flowing
Batteries
Input power supply
: Electricity is not flowing
Output
to connected equipment
Manual switching to bypass
running
Flow of electricity during manual bypass running
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3
Installation
3.1
Installation of the Product
Precautions for installation
CAUTION
Personal injury
Do not step on the Product, and do not locate any article
on the Product.
Personal injury and falling may result.
Damage
Do not locate any article (such as CRT display and floppy
disc), which is easily affected by magnetism, in the
vicinity of the Product.
Such articles may be adversely affected.
Determine the place of installation
IMPORTANT
Do not install the Product in any of the places indicated below.
Outdoors
Place exposed to rain and wind
Place of excessively high humidity and dust
Place with corrosive gases and salt
Place directly exposed to sunlight
Place located close to sparks or heating elements
Place of extremely high or low temperature or place of excessive
temperature changes
Place to which vibration and impact is applied
Do not use the Product in a residential area or its neighborhood.
This product is equivalent to Class A information technology device based on
standards of Voluntary Control Council for Interference by Information
Technology Product (VCCI). There is a possibility where radio disturbance
arises if the product is used in a home environment. The user may be requested
to take appropriate measures in such a case.
Do not close cooling fans and ventilation holes of the Product, and do not
use the Product in a place of inferior ventilation.
The cooling fans and ventilation holes of the Product are provided for cooling the
Product interior.
If they are closed, the Product internal temperature and surrounding temperature
may rise to a level that is outside of the rated specification range.
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3.1
Installation of the Product
The place for installation of the Product requires spaces indicated below.
The Product intakes cooling air through the ventilation hole located on its front
face and exhaust the cooling air by means of the cooling fan located on the back
face. Therefore, provide a space of 10 cm at minimum on each of the front
side and back side of the Product.
Front face
Back face
Exhaust
Air intake
Product main unit
10 cm
10 cm
For maintenance and inspection:
A space of about 1 m is required on each of the front side and back side of the
Product as indicated below.
Space required for
maintenance of cooling
fan/batteries
Space required for
maintenance of cooling
fan
Back face
Front face
Product
main unit
Check the environment of the place of installation. The recommended environment
that takes battery lifetime and other factor into account is as follows.
Item
Temperature
Humidity
Recommended environment
15 to 25 C
30 to 70% (No condensation)
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3
Installation
Method for installation
CAUTION
Personal injury
Damage
The Product is a heavy article.
handling of the Product.
Be cautious in the
To take the Product out, select a level and flat place for work
execution. If it is attempted to lift or carry the Product by
one-person alone, damage to his arms, feet and lower back
may arise, and the Product may fall and causes damage to
other equipment. It is requested that multiple persons of an
appropriate number are allocated to the work. Furthermore,
full attention is required so as not to allow occurrence of
falling and dropping.
The mass of the Product is as follows.
M-UPS050AD1S/2S: 180 kg (125 kg without batteries)
M-UPS075AD1S/2S: 235 kg (160 kg without batteries)
M-UPS100AD1S/2S: 300 kg (190kg without batteries)
The Product may be used in a “vertical position” only. Use of the Product in a
tilted position is not permitted. After installation, make sure to lock casters for
preventing displacement of the Product. Both of right and left casters on the front
face side are provided with locks.
In case the L-fixture (part appended as standard) is used for fixing the Product
main unit to the floor, fix the fixture to the floor first of all, and then fix the Product
to the fixture. This L-fixture functions to prevent falling of the Product.
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3.2
3.2
Connection of cables
Connection of cables
Precautions for cable connection
CAUTION
Electric shock
The Product requires grounding (of Class D as the
minimum requirement).
At the occasion of connection of the Product to an input
power supply line, connect a grounding conductor to the
AC input protective grounding terminal of the Product.
Electric shock may result otherwise.
IMPORTANT
The allowable voltage between the input line and grounding terminal of the
Product is 250V AC.
The filter circuit in the input unit may be damaged, if a voltage that is higher than
250V AC is impressed.
The input surge voltage capacity of the Product is 5 kV peak
(1.2 50 sec).
The filter circuit in the input unit may be damaged, if a surge voltage that is higher
than 5 kV peak is impressed.
The input voltage to the Product is rated voltage 15%.
If the input voltage is different from the rated specification, provide a transformer
for voltage conversion outside of the Product. The Product may be damaged, if a
voltage outside of the input voltage range is impressed.
The input voltage to the Product should not exceed the rated input voltage
range of connected equipment.
During bypass running, the input voltage to the Product is output as it is as the
output voltage. The connected equipment may be damaged, if a voltage that
exceeds the rated input voltage range of connected equipment is impressed.
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3
Installation
Preparation before connection
IMPORTANT
In case of connection of the Product to a 3-phase power supply system,
make sure to connect the grounding phase of the 3-phase power supply
system to the AC input grounding side terminal of the Product.
Malfunction may arise, if connection is made to non-grounded power supply.
In case a generator is used temporarily for planned interruption of power
supply, use a generator that satisfies the following specification.
If a generator that does not satisfy the following specification is connected to the
input unit of the Product, malfunction and damage to the Product may result.
Voltage variation: within 15% of rated voltage
Frequency variation: within 5% of rated frequency (1Hz per second)
Voltage waveform distortion: 5% or less
Voltage zero-cross condition: No multiple zero-cross during a cycle
Invalid zero-cross
50 Hz or 60 Hz
1. Check the input power supply. The input power supply that may be connected
to the Product is as follows.
Product type
M-UPS050
AD1S
M-UPS050
AD2S
M-UPS075
AD1S
M-UPS075
AD2S
M-UPS100
AD1S
M-UPS100
AD2S
Circuit breaker
capacity
70 A
or greater
35 A
or greater
100 A
or greater
50 A
or greater
125 A
or greater
70 A
or greater
Input
capacity
5.5 kV
or greater
5.5 kV
or greater
8.3 kV
or greater
8.3 kV
or greater
11 kV
or greater
11 kV
or greater
Input
voltage
100 V AC
15%
200 V AC
15%
100 V AC
15%
200 V AC
15%
100 V AC
15%
200 V AC
15%
Input
frequency
Number of
phases
50/60 Hz 5%
(See note.)
Single phase,
2-wire system
Remarks: The Product may reach the state described below or failure may arise to the
Product, if the input voltage or frequency is deviated out of this range.
When the power for the Product is ON:
“input error at start-up” arises. The Product cannot be started in this state.
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3.2
Connection of cables
While the Product is running:
“Input voltage error” is detected, and the running status changes to battery
running. If the Product is connected to input power supply that frequently
deviates from this range, charge/discharge of batteries is repeated, and battery
“empty” state arises or deterioration of batteries may result. Be cautious.
Note: An input frequency is automatically chosen according to the area in which the
Product is used.
2. Select the input/output cable size and length (one way) with reference to the
following table.
Product type
Cable type
Input
M-UPS050AD1S
Output
Input
M-UPS050AD2S
Output
Input
M-UPS075AD1S
Output
Input
M-UPS075AD2S
Output
Input
M-UPS100AD1S
Output
Input
M-UPS100AD2S
Output
100 V
100 V
200 V
200 V
100 V
200 V
100 V
100 V
200 V
200 V
100 V
200 V
100 V
100 V
200 V
200 V
100 V
200 V
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Wire size
14 mm2
22 mm2
14 mm2
22 mm2
14 mm2
14 mm2
14 mm2
22 mm2
14 mm2
38 mm2
22 mm2
38 mm2
22 mm2
22 mm2
22 mm2
38 mm2
22 mm2
60 mm2
38 mm2
60 mm2
38 mm2
38 mm2
38 mm2
60 mm2
38 mm2
Length
10 m or less
20 m or less
10 m or less
20 m or less
20 m or less
20 m or less
10 m or less
20 m or less
20 m or less
20 m or less
10 m or less
20 m or less
20 m or less
20 m or less
10 m or less
20 m or less
20 m or less
20 m or less
10 m or less
20 m or less
20 m or less
20 m or less
10 m or less
20 m or less
20 m or less
3
Installation
3. The terminal block specification is as follows.
terminals.
Product side
L/R
N/S
GND
(FG)
l1/U1
l3/V1
GND
(FG)
l1/U2
l2/V2
Protective
grounding
terminal
Object of
connection
Specification
Terminal
symbol
Input/output
terminal block
Select conforming crimp-style
PE (G)
Connection to
AC input
(non-grounded side terminal)
AC input
(Grounded side terminal)
Ground
AC output
(non-grounded side terminal)
AC output
(non-grounded side terminal)
Ground
AC output
(non-grounded side terminal)
AC output
(non-grounded side terminal)
Ground
(protective grounding)
Form
8P screw terminal
(M6)
M-UPS050AD1S
M-UPS050AD2S
(M8)
M-UPS075AD1S
M-UPS075AD2S
M-UPS100AD1S
M-UPS100AD2S
(M6 screw)
M-UPS050AD1S
M-UPS050AD2S
(M8 screw)
M-UPS075AD1S
M-UPS075AD2S
M-UPS100AD1S
M-UPS100AD2S
Input power
supply and
output system
Grounding
conductor
Insulation of input/output
The transformer located in the Product insulates the input and output of the Product.
Take into account that input/output is insulated, at the occasion of wiring of
input/output lines and for provision of ground-fault circuit interrupter or the like.
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3.2
Connection of cables
Connect the output cable
Remove the AC input/output terminal block cover from the back face of the
Product, and connect the AC output cable to the AC output terminal block.
Assure that the grounding terminal is connected to the ground.
Connect the input cable
Remove the AC input/output terminal block cover from the back face of the
Product, and connect the AC input cable to the AC input terminal block. Assure
that the grounding terminal is connected to the ground.
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Installation
3.3
Interface port
The Product is provided with a D-sub 9-pin interface port on its back face, and this
interface port permits take-out of signals indicated below. Use these signals as
required.
CN1 (standard monitoring interface)
D-sub 9-pin male port
(3 mm threads)
Pin No.
1-4
Signal type
“Opens” on
action
1-6
“Closes” on
action
2-5
“Opens” on
action
2-7
“Closes” on
action
3-9
“Opens” on
action
3-8
“Closes” on
action
Signal name
Description
Product
failure signal
No-voltage contact signal that is output when
any failure arises in the Product, and any
error arises to batteries or when the battery
replacement recommended time comes.
Input power
supply error
signal
No-voltage contact signal that is output when
any voltage error arises to the input power
supply due to interruption of power supply or
the like. (No action will occur, if the power
supply error is of up to 1.5 seconds.)
Low battery
voltage signal
No-voltage contact signal that is output about
2 minutes (during rated load) before
termination of battery discharge during
battery running.
Use the contact output in the voltage and current ranges indicated below.
AC contact rating
DC contact rating
Contact current (A)
3
Contact voltage [V]
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3.3
Interface port
CN2 (PC interface)
D-sub 9-pin female port
(#4-40 inch threads)
Pin No.
Signal type
Signal name
Description
No-voltage contact signal that is output when
Input power
any voltage error arises to the input power
“Closes” on
supply error
2-3
supply due to interruption of power supply or
action
signal
the like. (No action will occur, if the power
(See Note 1.)
supply error is of up to 1.5 seconds.)
No-voltage contact signal that is output about
Low battery
“Closes” on
2 minutes (during rated load) before
1-3
voltage signal
action
termination of battery discharge during
(See Note 1.)
battery running.
Signal input to the Product for stopping AC
UPS
AC output
output from the Product.
automatic
stops upon
(1) AC output may be stopped only during
8-7
shutdown
receipt of
battery running.
signal
“H” signal
(2) This signal (5 to 25 V DC) should be
(See Note 2.)
input for about 0.6 second or longer.
Serial data
<Communication method>
6-7
input (RX)
Baud rate:
2400 bps
RS-232C
Data length:
8 bits
Serial data
serial signal
9-7
Stop bit:
1 bit
output (TX)
(See Note 3.)
Parity:
non
Signal ground
7
Character type:
ASCII type
(SG)
Note 1: See the graph on the previous page for contact capacity. In case the UPS monitor
function (using contact signals stated above) that is mounted as default in the
following OS is used, a dedicated contact signal cable that corresponds to the OS is
required elsewhere. Therefore, please contact the in-charge maintenance staff.
For details of the UPS monitor function that is mounted as default in each OS, see
the instruction manual and online manual for the OS.
Windows NT/2000/XP: FiFH/WS9 (dedicated contact signal cable)
Note 2: Windows 2000 and XP permit shutdown of the OS on occurrence of interruption of
power supply, and UPS automatic shutdown thereafter is not feasible.
Note 3: Dedicated RS-232C communication cable is required elsewhere for execution of
RS-232C serial communication. Please contact the in-charge maintenance staff.
FiFA/WS9 (dedicated RS-232C communication cable)
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4
Running
4.1
Power ON
Check cable connection
1. Assure that the Product is connected to the input power supply and connected
equipment.
When the input circuit breaker on the back face of the Product is ON, the
[RUN] LED (green) begins slow blinking (in about 1.6-second period).
Furthermore, the LCD screen displays various information upon acquisition of
Product information.
Type: M-UPS***ADS
Status: Stand by
Input: ***.*:V **.*Hz
Output: ***.*:V **.*Hz
If the cable is not connected:
See “3.2 Connection of cables”.
Turn ON the power for the Product
2. Press the [ON/OFF] switch on the front face of the Product for about one
second.
The buzzer begins to beep upon acceptance of the switch.
Press the [ON/OFF] switch
for about one second.
Type: M-UPS***ADS
Status: Stand by
Input: ***.*:V **.*Hz
Output: ***.*:V **.*Hz
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4.1 Power ON
3. AC voltage is output from the output terminal block.
The [RUN] LED (green) on the front face of the Product lights up.
The [BATTERY CAPACITY] LED (green) on the front face of the Product
indicates the extent of battery charge by the lighting type.
[RUN] LED (green) lights up.
Type: M-UPS***ADS
Status: Running
Input: ***.*:V **.*Hz
Output: ***.*:V **.*Hz
Indication of the extent of battery
charge (green)
Lit: 80 to 100%
Blinking: 50 to 80%
Out: 0 to 50%
4. Battery check is executed automatically.
The [BATTERY ALARM] LED (orange) on the front face of the Product blinks
slowly (in about 1.6-second period).
Battery Checking
5. If no error was found in batteries during battery check for about 5 seconds, and
[BATTERY CAPACITY] LED on the front face of the Product shows the
extent of battery charge (green) again, and return to the normal running status
arises.
If normal running is not started:
See “Chapter 7 Troubleshooting”.
Turn ON the power for connected equipment
6. Upon normal start-up of normal running, turn ON the power for the connected
equipment.
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4
Running
4.2
Power OFF
Make sure to perform the operation described below also in case of implementation
of planned interruption of power supply. (See “5.2 Precautions and measures for
planned interruption of power supply” for details.)
CAUTION
Damage
At the occasion of OFF of the input circuit breaker on the
back side of the Product, assure that the [RUN] LED
(green) is slowly blinking (in about 1.6-second period).
If the circuit breaker on the cabinet panel is turned OFF, or the
input circuit breaker on the back side of the Product is OFF
without execution of the operation described in “ Turn OFF
the power for the Product” below, conditions that are identical
to those in the state of interruption of power supply arise, and
therefore, discharge from batteries located in the Product
begins.
Damage to batteries and shortening of battery replacement
period may arise otherwise.
Turn OFF the power for the connected equipment
1. Turn OFF the power for the connected equipment
Turn OFF the power for the Product
2. Press the [ON/OFF] switch on the front face of the Product for about one
second.
The buzzer begins to beep upon acceptance of the switch.
Press the [ON/OFF] switch
for about one second.
Type: M-UPS***ADS
Status: Running
Input: ***.*:V **.*Hz
Output: ***.*:V **.*Hz
3. The output stops.
The [RUN] LED (green) on the front face of the Product beings to blink slowly
(in about 1.6-second period).
Type: M-UPS***ADS
Status: Stand by
Input: ***.*:V **.*Hz
Output: ***.*:V **.*Hz
If the output fails to stop normally:
See “Chapter 7 Troubleshooting”.
4. Turn OFF the input circuit breaker on the back face of the Product.
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5
Inspection
5.1
Care and daily inspection
It is essential to implement care and inspection described below, to keep using the
Product without anxiety over an extended period of time,
WARNING
Electric shock
Do not remove the cover from the Product.
There are sections of high voltage in the Product, and electric
shock may arise.
CAUTION
Electric shock
At the occasion of inspection and maintenance of the
Product, turn OFF the power for the connected
equipment and the Product, turn OFF the input circuit
breaker on the back side of the Product, and disconnect
cables from AC input terminals (L1/R, N/S).
Electric shock may result otherwise.
It is requested that maintenance (such as replacement of
batteries and replacement of cooling fans) other than
daily inspection is executed by professional engineers.
Electric shock may result otherwise.
Damage
At the occasion of OFF of the input circuit breaker on the
back side of the Product, assure that the [RUN] LED
(green) is slowly blinking (in about 1.6-second period).
If the circuit breaker on the cabinet panel is turned OFF, or the
input circuit breaker on the back side of the Product is OFF
without execution of the operation described in “4.2 Power
OFF”, conditions that are identical to those in the state of
interruption of power supply arise, and therefore, discharge
from batteries located in the Product begins.
Damage to batteries and shortening of battery replacement
period may arise otherwise.
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5
Inspection
Care
1. Turn OFF the power for the connected equipment and then turn OFF the power
for the Product. Then remove dust from ventilation holes and cooling fans of
the Product with a vacuum cleaner or the like.
2. Rub surfaces of the Product with a soft dry cloth.
Daily inspection
Assure that ventilation holes and cooling fans are free of dust attachment.
If dust is attached:
See “ Care”.
Assure that the Product surfaces, cables and power outlet are not abnormally
heated.
If abnormally heated:
Check the situation and contact your dealer or the maintenance in-charge
company.
Assure that major abnormal noise and abnormal odor are not produced during
running.
If any abnormality is arising:
Check the situation and contact your dealer or the maintenance in-charge
company.
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5.2 Precautions and measures for planned interruption of power supply
5.2
Precautions and measures for planned interruption of
power supply
IMPORTANT
In case a generator is used temporarily for planned interruption of power
supply, use a generator that satisfies the following specification.
If a generator that does not satisfy the following specification is connected to the
input unit of the Product, malfunction and damage to the Product may result.
Voltage variation: within 15% of rated voltage
Frequency variation: within 5% of rated frequency (1Hz per second)
Voltage waveform distortion: 5% or less
Voltage zero-cross condition: No multiple zero-cross during a cycle
Invalid zero-cross
50 Hz or 60 Hz
Operation before implementation of planned interruption of power
supply
Turn OFF the power for the connected equipment and the Product before
implementation of planned interruption of power supply (see note).
1. Turn OFF the power for the connected equipment.
2. Press the [ON/OFF] switch on the front face of the Product for about one
second.
The buzzer begins to beep upon acceptance of the switch.
3. The output stops.
The [RUN] LED (green) on the front face of the Product begins to blink slowly
(in about 1.6-second period).
In case planned interruption of power supply was implemented without turning
OFF the power for the Product, conditions that are identical to those in the state of
interruption of power supply arise, and power is fed to the connected equipment
from batteries in the Product until power recovery (termination of planned
interruption of power supply). On termination of discharge, therefore, power feed
to the connected equipment will not be implemented until power recovery arises.
Note: Planned interruption of power supply means interruption of power supply,
the date and hour of occurrence of which is known in advance for electricity
safety checkup or the like.
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5
Inspection
Operation after planned interruption of power supply
1. Assure that the Product is connected to the input power supply and connected
equipment.
The [RUN] LED (green) on the front face of the Product begins slowly blinking
(in about 1.6-second period).
2. Press the [ON/OFF] switch on the front face of the Product for about one
second.
The buzzer begins to beep upon acceptance of the switch.
3. AC voltage is output from the output terminal block, and the [RUN] LED
(green) on the front face of the Product lights up.
4. Turn ON the power for the connected equipment upon normal start-up of
normal running.
See “4.1 Power ON” for details.
If warning beep is issued:
See “7.1 When warning beep was issued”.
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5.3 Battery inspection (battery check)
5.3
Battery inspection (battery check)
Inspection of batteries is implemented with battery check functions. Two battery
check functions, that is, automatic battery check function and manual battery check
function, are available.
Manual battery check is not required in an ordinary state, because automatic
battery check is executed while the Product is running.
Automatic battery check is executed in any of the following cases.
When running of the Product begins.
Once every 2 weeks while running of the Product is continued.
When switching from bypass running to normal running arises.
Execute manual battery check in any of the following cases.
When warning beep is issued.
When it is wanted to execute battery check at an occasion other than automatic
battery check.
IMPORTANT
Do not continuously execute battery check.
The battery voltage is checked while discharge is occurring from batteries located
in the Product in practice during battery check.
If battery check is continuously executed, therefore, damage to batteries and
shortening of battery replacement period may result
Check conditions of the Product
1. Check if the Product is in the normal running status.
Check if [RUN] LED (green)
is lit.
Type: M-UPS***ADS
Status: Running
Input: ***.*:V **.*Hz
Output: ***.*:V **.*Hz
If the Product is in the pause status (all the LED's on the front face of the
Product are out):
Turn ON the power for the Product, and proceed to Step 2.
See “4.1 Power ON” for details.
If it cannot be identified that the Product is in normal running in a status
other than pause:
See “Chapter 7 Troubleshooting”. Take troubleshooting actions, and
then proceed to Step 2.
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5
Inspection
Use the manual battery check function
2. Press the [BATT CHECK] switch on the front face of the Product for about
2 seconds.
Type: M-UPS***ADS
Status: Stand by
Input: ***.*:V **.*Hz
Output: ***.*:V **.*Hz
Press the [BATT CHECK] switch
for about 2 seconds.
The buzzer beeps, and the [BATTERY CAPACITY] LED (orange) begins
blink slowly (in about 1.6-second period).
The buzzer beeps again about 5 seconds later, and battery check terminates.
Battery Checking
Beep
Battery Checking
No tone
Battery Checking
Beep
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5.3 Battery inspection (battery check)
3. The Product reaches the following status as a result of battery check.
In case batteries are fully charged:
The [RUN] LED (green) on the front face of the Product lights up,
and return to normal running occurs.
The LCD panel displays the following indication for 5 seconds, and
then returns to the screen before execution of automatic battery check.
[RUN] LED (green) is lit.
BatteryCheck: GOOD
In case charge of batteries is insufficient:
Warning beep is issued and the [BATTERY ALARM] LED (orange) on
the front face of the Product begins to blink.
Proceed to Step 4.
Beep
(continuous tone)
BatteryCheck: NG
[BATTERY ALARM] LED
(orange) begins to blink.
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5
Inspection
Charge batteries
4. Press the [RESET/CANCEL] switch on the front face of the Product for about
3 seconds. Blinking of the [BATTERY ALARM] LED (orange) terminates.
Charge batteries by running the Product in this state for 12 hours or longer.
The LCD panel returns to the screen before execution of automatic battery
check.
BatteryCheck: NG
[Press the [RESET/CANCEL] switch.
Remarks: In this status, there is a possibility where battery running does not
occur even if interruption of power supply arises.
5. Return to Step 2, and execute manual battery check again.
If the state of “In case charge of batteries is insufficient:” in Step 3 arises
again:
The batteries have failed (maturity of lifetime). Replace batteries.
See “8.1 Battery replacement” for details.
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6
LCD Display
The Product mounts an LCD panel for browsing detail information of various kinds
and for setting and operation.
This chapter describes contents displayed on the LCD as well as methods for
operation and setting.
6.1
Overview of LCD
Transition of LCD display screen
Initial Indication
UPS Operating Condition
Menu Indication
Warning Indication
Prohibition set
Language Setting
Indication
Buzzer Cut Setting
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UPS Setting Indication
Auto Battery Check
Setting
6
LCD
Contents of LCD display
The LCD panel displays the [UPS Operating Condition] screen or [Warning
Indication] screen indicated below, unless the [MENU] button is pressed.
The [UPS Operating Condition] screen is displayed while the Product is in the
normal state, and the [Warning Indication] screen appears on occurrence of an error
or warning to the Product.
Contents of display on LCD screen
English (default)
Screen name
UPS Operating
Condition
Type: M-UPS***ADS
Status: Running
Input: 201.4 V / 60.0 Hz
Output: 200.0 V / 60.0 Hz
Battery Vol: 243.5 V
Battery Life: 48 months
Battery Temp: 21.5 C
Load: 040%
Input Power: 02.4 kW
Backup Times: 0007
- WARNING -
[1]
Not Access
[2]
Data Reading
[3]
- FAULT Transformer Temp
Output Turn off
[4]
- FAULT Thyristor Temp
Output Turn Off
- WARNING -
[5]
Warning Indication
Remarks
Indicates the Product conditions and
measured values.
Those items located below the dotted line
can be seen when the screen is scrolled.
This screen appears on occurrence of
communication error between LCD panel and
control circuit.
This screen is displayed during initialization
executed at the time of ON of commercial power
supply. It is also displayed during data
communication between LCD panel and control
circuit.
This screen appears when the output stops as a
means of protection upon occurrence of
temperature error to the Product internal
transformer.
This screen appears when the output stops as a
means of protection upon occurrence of
temperature error to the power module internal
thyristor.
This screen is displayed during bypass running
by manual operation.
Manual Bypass
Input: ***.* V **.* Hz
[6]
- OVERLOAD Input Failure
Cannot Bypass
Output: Turn Off
This screen appears when the output stops as a
means of protection upon occurrence of overload
to the Product during backup running.
- FAULT Input Failure
Cannot Bypass
Output Turn Off
This screen appears when the Product fails
during backup running.
[7]
- OVERLOAD -
[8]
[9]
[10]
This screen appears when the Product is
switched to bypass running due to overload.
Bypass
Load: ***%
- INPUT FAILURE Backup
Battery Low
- FAULT Bypass
@@@@@@@@@
Input: ***.* V **.* Hz
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This screen appears when the battery voltage
drops to the specified level due to backup
running and the remaining length of time that
permits continuation of backup running has
become short.
This screen appears when the Product is
switched to bypass running due to failure.
The contents of failure are also displayed in
@@@@@@@@@.
6.1 Overview of LCD
- OVERLOAD -
[11]
Backup
Load: ***%
- WARNING -
[12]
[13]
[14]
This screen appears when the Product is
overloaded during backup running.
Booting Failure
This screen appears, if the input power supply is
of voltage or frequency outside of the rated
range of the Product at start-up of running of the
Product
- INPUT FAILURE -
This screen is displayed while the Product is in
backup running.
- WARNING -
This screen appears when the battery lifetime
(anticipated value) has matured.
Backup
Battery Life
Warning Indication
This screen appears at the time of return to
normal running from bypass running.
[15]
Change to Inverter
This screen is displayed while battery check is in
progress.
[16]
Battery Checking
This screen is displayed, if the result of battery
check is abnormal.
[17]
BatteryCheck: NG
This screen is displayed when the result of
battery check is satisfactory.
[18]
BatteryCheck: GOOD
Note 1: In the state where multiple [Warning Indication] screens are overlapped, the items of
smaller numbers are displayed with priority.
Note 2: What are indicated below are displayed as contents of the failure of [10]. In the state
where multiple failures are overlapped, the items of smaller numbers are displayed with
priority.
Failure contents
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
UPS Temp
Output Failure
BattCharge Failure
DC Voltage Failure
FAN Failure
Feedback Failure
Battery Temp
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6
LCD
Pressing the [MENU] button permits transition from the [Menu indication] screen
to the [UPS Setting Indication] screen or to a screen for browsing and
implementing various settings.
Screen name
Menu Indication
Contents of display on LCD screen
English (default)
- Menu > Operating Condition
Settings
Prohibition set
- Settings UPS Setting
Indication
> Language
Buzzer cut
Auto Battery Check
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Remarks
Screen for displaying the menu of Product
setting and operation.
Screen for implementation of various
settings.
6.2
6.2
Details of display screens
Details of display screens
[UPS Operating Condition] screen
This screen is displayed while the Product is in normal running.
The screen scrolls when a direction button ( button or
reading of measurement information of various kinds.
button) is pressed, and permits
These items can
be observed when
the screen is
scrolled.
“Type”
Indicates the Product type.
“Status”
One is selected out of the following depending on the Product conditions.
[1] Running
[2] Stand by
[3] Backup
[4] Bypass
[5] UPS Booting
[6] Data Reading
“Input”
Indicates the Product input voltage measured value and frequency measured value.
“Output”
Indicates the Product output voltage measured value and frequency measured value.
Battery Vol”
Indicates the Product battery voltage measured value.
Battery Life”
Indicates the estimated residual battery lifetime in month units.
“99” is indicated, if indication of the estimated residual battery lifetime is invalidated.
“Battery Temp”
Indicates the battery ambient temperature measured value. This measured value is used for
calculation of estimated residual battery lifetime.
“Load”
Indicates the present loading dose to the allowable loading dose of the Product.
(Backup running is disabled, if the loading dose exceeds 100%.)
“Input Power”
Indicates the input power measured value of the Product.
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6
LCD
“Backup Times”
Indicates the total count of backup running since the Product was introduced or since
batteries were replaced.
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6.2
Details of display screens
[Warning Indication] screen
On occurrence of status change or error to the Product, transition to the [Warning
Indication] screen occurs automatically from the [UPS Operating Condition] screen.
See the description of [Warning Indication] screen in Section 6.1 for types of
display contents. Furthermore, the buzzer begins to beep as linked to transition to
the [Warning Indication] screen.
Buzzer stops when the [RESET/CANCEL] switch is pressed for one second.
Furthermore, transition to the [UPS Operating Condition] screen occurs
automatically when the [RESET/CANCEL] switch is pressed for 3 seconds in the
state where the factor that is responsible for issue of warning was dissolved.
Note: Regarding buzzer beeping, there are cases where buzzer cut has been set for
each factor. (See “Buzzer cut setting”.) The buzzer will not beep, if buzzer cut
setting has been made.
[Example 1] Case where overload occurs in the state where input power supply is normal
− OVER LOAD −
Bypass
Load:106%
− カフカ −
バイパスウンテン
フカリツ:106%
The example shown above indicates that the load factor is 106% of the rated load and that bypass
running is in progress. Transition to the [UPS Operating Condition] screen occurs when the load
is reduced to the rated load or less.
[Example 2] Case where interruption of input power supply occurred
− INPUT FAILUR −
−ニュウリョクイジョウ−
Backup
バックアップウンテン
The example shown above indicates that the Product is in backup running because of interruption
of input power supply. Return to the [UPS Operating Condition] screen occurs upon recovery of
input power supply.
In the state where multiple warning indications are overlapped, the items of higher display
priority are displayed.
See the description of [Warning Indication] screen in Section 6.1 for the display priority. [1] to
[18] indicated here represent the display priority.
<High display priority> [1], [2]……[17], [18] <Low display priority>
[Example] Indication on LCD screen in case where voltage drop (advance notice of termination of
discharge) occurred during backup running
− INPUT FAILUR −
−ニュウリョクイジョウ−
Backup
バックアップウンテン
The priority of the backup running warning screen is [13].
−INPUT FAILURE−
Backup
Battery Low
−ニュウリョクイジョウ−
バックアップウンテン
バッテリデンアツテイカ
The priority of the battery voltage drop warning screen is [9].
Because of the relation of priority stated above, the battery voltage drop warning screen is
displayed.
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6.3
Screen operation
How to display [Menu Indication] screen
Press the [MENU] button to display the [Menu Indication] screen.
Cursor [>] moves when a direction button (“
”, “
”) is pressed.
Shift cursor [>] to the item to be selected, and press the [SET] button. The
sub menu of the selected item appears.
Switching to the [UPS Operating Condition] screen occurs when the [SET]
button is pressed, in the example shown above.
[Menu Indication] screen
(1) “Operating Condition”
The UPS operating condition screen permits reading of measurement
information of various kinds. See Section 6.2.
(2) “Settings”
The [UPS setting Indication] screen permits setting of the following items.
Setup of language
Setup of buzzer cut
Setup of automatic battery check
(3) “Prohibition set”
The [Prohibition set] screen permits setting of the following items.
Setup of battery lifetime calculation
Setup of automatic start-up of UPS upon power recovery
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6.3 Screen operation
1) [Language Setting Indication] screen
(1) Display the [Menu Indication] screen by pressing the [MENU] button. Shift cursor [>] to
[Settings ] using a direction button ( button or
button), and then press the [SET] button.
(2) Transition to the [UPS setting Indication] screen occurs.
(3) Shift cursor [>] to [Language ] using a direction button ( button or button) again, and
press the [SET] button.
(4) Transition to the [Language Setting Indication] screen occurs. Either [English] or [Japanese]
may be selected.
Press the [SET] button.
Press the [SET] button.
Press the [SET] button.
Completed
セッテイカンリョウ
(5) Select a target item using a direction button ( button or button). For selecting display
in Japanese, shift cursor [>] to [Japanese (ニホンゴ)], and then press the [SET] button.
(6) The setting becomes valid upon indication on the screen of completion of setting.
(7) Transition to the [UPS Operating Condition] screen occurs on completion of setting.
*1 “Display in English” is set as default.
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2) [Buzzer Cut Setting] screen
(1) Display the [Menu Indication] screen by pressing the [MENU] button. Shift cursor [>] to
[Settings] using a direction button ( button or
button), and then press the [SET] button.
(2) Transition to the UPS setting indication screen occurs.
(3) Shift cursor [>] to [Buzzer cut] using a direction button (
press the [SET] button.
(4) Transition to the [Buzzer Cut Setting] screen occurs.
button or
button) again, and
Buzzer cut, that is, banning of buzzer beeping, is permitted for each action mode of the Product.
The modes for which buzzer cut may be set are as follows.
[Backup Buz cut]
Setup to ban buzzer beeping during backup running.
[BattLow Buz cut]
Setup to ban buzzer beeping on occurrence of battery voltage drop during backup running.
[Fault Buz cut]
Setup to ban buzzer beeping on occurrence of failure.
[Boot Fail Buz cut]
Setup to ban buzzer beeping on occurrence of input error during Product start-up.
[Over Load Buz cut]
Setup to ban buzzer beeping on occurrence of overload.
[BattNG Buz cut]
Setup to ban buzzer beeping in case battery check result is NG.
[BattLife Buz cut]
Setup to ban buzzer beeping on maturity of battery lifetime.
[BattCheck Buz cut]
Setup to ban buzzer beeping at start of battery check.
[All Buz cut]
Setup to ban buzzer beeping in all the modes.
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6.3 Screen operation
Press the [SET] button.
Press the [SET] button.
The screen
scrolls when
cursor [>] is
shifted.
(5) Select a target item using a direction button ( button or button). To apply buzzer cut,
change the indication to [Y (Yes)] by pressing the button. To cancel buzzer cut, change
the indication to [N (No)] by pressing the button. Select [Y (Yes)] or [N (No)] for each
one of all the items, and then press the [SET] button.
Buzzer cut setting becomes valid as a result of this operation.
*1 The letters of the selected item are blinking.
*2 The preset setting for each item is displayed at the time of transition to the [Buzzer Cut
Setting] screen. Do not change the setting of [Y (Yes)] or [N (No)] for an item, if it is not
wanted to change the status of the subject item.
(6) Transition to the [UPS Operating Condition] screen occurs automatically after completion of
the setting.
*3 The default is entirely [N (No)].
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3) [Auto Battery Check Setting] screen
The Product mounts the battery check function. Two different methods are available for battery
check; automatic check and manual check. The method for mode change in automatic check is
described in this section.
The modes that can be set are as follows.
[No Battery Checking]
Automatic battery check is not executed.
[at booting & 2 weeks]
Battery check is executed automatically at the time of Product start-up (from the stop
status) by ON/OFF switch or the like and also once every two (2) weeks thereafter in case
the Product is run continuously.
[at booting & 1 week]
Battery check is executed automatically at the time of Product start-up (from the stop
status) by ON/OFF switch or the like and also once every week thereafter in case the
Product is run continuously.
[at booting]
Battery check is executed only at the time of Product start-up (from the stop status) by
ON/OFF switch or the like.
(1) In the [Menu Indication] screen, shift cursor [>] to [Settings] using direction buttons, and
then press the [SET] button.
(2) Transition to the UPS setting indication screen occurs.
(3) Shift cursor [>] to [Auto Battery Check] using direction buttons again, and press the [SET]
button.
(4) Transition to the [Auto Battery Check Setting] screen occurs.
(5) Shift cursor [>] to the item to be set, using the button or button, and then press the
[SET] button.
The automatic battery check setting is changed as a result of this operation.
*1 At the time of transition to the automatic battery check setting screen, the indicated contents
are currently set contents.
If it is wanted not to change the status, press the [CANCEL] switch, without pressing the
button or button. Transition to the setting screen will occur.
Change to and check of contents of automatic battery check setting can also be executed on
the web.
Details of the method for operation on the web are described in the Web/SNMP card user's
guide (separate volume).
(6) Transition to the [UPS Operating Condition] screen occurs automatically after completion of
the setting.
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6.3 Screen operation
Press the [SET] button.
Press the [SET] button.
Press the [SET] button.
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The screen
scrolls when
cursor [>] is
shifted.
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4) [Prohibition set] screen
(1) Display the [Menu Indication] screen by pressing the [MENU] button. Shift cursor [>] to
[Prohibition set ] using a direction button ( button or
button), and then press the [SET]
button.
(2) Transition to the [Prohibition set] screen occurs.
[BattLife Calculate]
Use this setting for determining whether to validate or invalidate battery lifetime
decrement processing for batteries in the Product. The default setting is [N (No)]
(warning processing is executed upon maturity of the battery lifetime). Change the
setting to [Y (Yes], if the user executes accurate management such as battery replacement
in sufficiently marginal cycles against battery lifetime.
* If [Y (Yes)] is set, the UPS is not permitted to detect the battery lifetime.
Furthermore, if this setting is changed to [Y (Yes)] after detection of the lifetime, the
lifetime indication is not cleared. Replace batteries early in such a case.
[UPS Auto Reboot]
Use this setting for determining whether to automatically execute the processing to restart
Product output upon recovery of input power supply or not, in case input power failure
has continued for a long time and backup running was continued until Product halt
occurred. The default setting is [N (No)]. Change the setting to [Y (Yes)], if any
problem may arise to the connected equipment in use upon automatic recovery of power
supply.
(3) Select a target item using a direction button ( button or button). To apply prohibition,
change the indication to [Y (Yes)] by pressing the button. To allow the action, change
the indication to [N (No)] by pressing the button. Select [Y (Yes)] or [N (No)] for each
one of all the items, and then press the [SET] button.
Prohibition setting becomes valid as a result of this operation.
*1 The letters of the selected item are blinking.
*2 The preset setting for each item is displayed at the time of transition to the [Prohibition set]
screen. Do not change the setting of [Y (Yes)] or [N (No)] for an item, if it is not wanted to
change the status of the subject item.
(4) Transition to the [UPS Operating Condition] screen occurs automatically after completion of
the setting.
*3 The default is entirely [N (No)].
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6.3 Screen operation
− Menu −
Operating Condition
Settings
> Prohibition set
− メニュー −
ジョウタイヒョウジ
UPSセッテイ
>ドウサキンシセッテイ
Press the [SET] button.
− Prohibition set −
BattLife Calculate
UPS Auto Reboot
− ドウサキンシセッテイ −
N
N
ジュミョウカウンタゲンザン ナシ
フクデンジオートリブート ナシ
Press the [SET] button.
Completed
セッテイカンリョウ
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Troubleshooting
7.1
When warning beep was issued
1. Check the LED status on the front face of the Product and identify the warning
beep type.
2. See “ List of motion modes” and take actions in accordance with instructions
given in said section.
If the Product is not connected to input power supply, connect the Product to input
power supply. See “3.2 Connection of cables” for details.
How to stop warning beep
Warning beep will stop when the [RESET/CANCEL] switch on the front
face of the Product is pressed for about one second.
If warning beep fails to stop even if the [RESET/CANCEL] switch was
pressed, stop the warning beep by observing the procedures described
below. See “4.2 Power OFF” for details.
(1) Turn OFF the power for the connected equipment.
(2) Press the [ON/OFF] switch on the front face of the Product for about
one second.
The buzzer begins to beep when the switch is accepted.
(3) The output stops.
The [RUN] LED (green) on the front face of the Product begins to
blink slowly (in about 1.6-second period).
(4) Turn OFF the input circuit breaker on the back face of the Product.
Note: The warning beep will not stop, in the state of output load, even if the
[RESET/CANCEL] switch is pressed. Reduce the capacity of the
connected equipment to a level that is no higher than the rated value of the
Product.
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7.2 List of motion modes
7.2
List of motion modes
If the Product is out of order or the connected equipment has stopped, check the
LED status on the front face of the Product and identify the warning beep type.
Then take actions in accordance with description in the “Remarks” column with
reference made to “ List of motion modes”.
Types of LED blinking
(Symbols correspond to symbols indicated in “
Symbol
List of motion modes”.)
ON/OFF pattern
(a)
Quick blinking
(about 0.4-second period)
(b)
Slow blinking
(about 1.6-second period)
About
0.4 seconds
About
1.6 seconds
Types of warning beeps
(Symbols correspond to symbols indicated in “
Symbol
List of motion modes”.)
Warning beep
(i)
Beep beep beep beep
(continuous tone)
(ii)
Beep beep
(suspension for about 2 seconds)
Beep beep
(7 times each, once every about 3.3
seconds)
About 0.2 seconds
(iii)
Beep
(continuous tone)
Continuously ON
(iv)
Beep
(suspension for about 4 seconds)
About
0.2 seconds
About
1 second
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About 5 seconds
About
3.3 seconds
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Troubleshooting
List of motion modes
LED symbol:
... Lit,
... Out,
... Blinking
The [BATTERY CAPACITY] LED (green) indicates the extent of battery
charge by the lighting type as follows.
(Out)… 0 to 50%
(Blinking)… 50 to 80%
(Lit)… 80 to 100%
Charge is insufficient. There is a possibility where
backup is not feasible on occurrence of interruption of
power supply.
The batteries were charged to a certain extent. But
sufficient backup time cannot be expected.
The batteries were almost fully charged. They
provide sufficient backup time.
LED
No.
RUN
(green)
1
Lit
ALARM
(orange)
OVER
LOAD
(orange)
BYPASS
(orange)
BATTERY
CAPACITY
(green)
Amount of
charge
indication
BATTERY
ALARM
(orange)
2
3
(b)
Slow
blinking
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Warning
beep
Running status
Remarks
Normal running
The Product is in normal
running.
Suspension of
running
(without input power
supply)
Output from the Product is
suspended.
Suspension of running
(No. 3) arises upon recovery
of input power supply.
If suspension of running
(No. 3) failed to arise upon
recovery of input power
supply, check the input
circuit breaker for trip. If
tripped, reset it.
If suspension of running
(No. 3) still failed to arise,
then please contact your
dealer or the maintenance
in-charge company.
In case of occurrence of
suspension due to
termination of battery
discharge in the state where
interruption of input power
supply, return to normal
running (No. 1) occurs
automatically upon power
recovery.
Suspension of
running
(with input power
supply)
Output from the Product is
suspended. Return to
normal running (No. 1)
occurs when the [ON/OFF]
switch is pressed for about
one second.
7.2 List of motion modes
LED
No.
4
5
RUN
(green)
ALARM
(orange)
Lit
OVER
LOAD
(orange)
BYPASS
(orange)
BATTERY
CAPACITY
(green)
BATTERY
ALARM
(orange)
Lit
Warning
beep
(i)
(b)
Slow
blinking
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Running status
Remarks
Failure bypass
running
The Product has reached
failure status and switching
to bypass running occurred.
Evacuate important
connected equipment from
the Product.
No battery running is
permitted in this status even
on occurrence of
interruption of input power
supply.
Check the ambient
temperature and ventilation.
After elapse of about
10 minutes, press the
[RESET] switch on the front
face of the Product for about
3 seconds. Return to
normal running (No. 1)
occurs if there is no
problem. If the [ALARM]
LED does not go out or if it
lights up again after the
operation stated above,
please contact your dealer or
the maintenance in-charge
company.
Manual bypass
running
Manual switching to bypass
running was made. No
battery running is permitted
in this status even on
occurrence of interruption of
input power supply.
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Troubleshooting
LED
No.
RUN
(green)
ALARM
(orange)
6
(b)
Slow
blinking
(a)
Quick
blinking
OVER
LOAD
(orange)
BYPASS
(orange)
BATTERY
CAPACITY
(green)
BATTERY
ALARM
(orange)
Warning
beep
Running status
Remarks
(i)
Input error at start-up
The Product cannot be
started due to error in the
input power supply.
Once stop the Product,
assure that the input power
supply satisfies the
following conditions, and
then start the Product again.
Input voltage:
85 V to 115 V AC
or 170 V to 230 V AC
Input frequency:
47.5 Hz to 52.5 Hz
or 57 Hz to 63 Hz
7
Lit
Lit
Lit
(i)
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Bypass feed due to
output overload
occurred during
normal running
Switching to bypass running
occurred automatically
because the load capacity
exceeded the rated value
and overload status has
occurred. Reduce the
capacity of connected
equipment to the rated value
of the Product or less.
Return to normal running
(No. 1) occurs if the load
capacity drops to the rated
value of the Product or less.
In the state where overload
status continues, buzzer will
not stop even when the
[RESET] switch is pressed.
There are cases where
overload occurs temporarily
due to rush current at the
time of load ON.
7.2 List of motion modes
LED
No.
RUN
(green)
ALARM
(orange)
8
9
Lit
10
11
Lit
Lit
Lit
OVER
LOAD
(orange)
Lit
BYPASS
(orange)
BATTERY
CAPACITY
(green)
BATTERY
ALARM
(orange)
(b)
Slow
blinking
Amount of
charge
indication
Lit
Amount of
charge
indication
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Warning
beep
Running status
Remarks
(i)
Output overload
during bypass
running
The capacity of connected
equipment exceeded the
rated value during bypass
running. Reduce the
capacity of connected
equipment to the rated value
of the Product or less.
Return to normal running
(No. 1) will not occur, even
if bypass switching (by
simultaneously pressing
[RESET] switch and [BATT
CHECK] switch for about 3
seconds) is attempted in this
state.
(i)
Output overload
during battery
running
The capacity of connected
equipment exceeded the
rated value in the battery
running status. Reduce the
capacity of connected
equipment to the rated value
of the Product or less.
Suspension of running
occurs, if this status
continues for 100 seconds.
Evacuate important
connected equipment from
the Product.
(i)
Suspension of
running caused by
output overload
Running of the Product was
suspended due or major
excess of the capacity of
connected equipment
beyond the rated value of
the Product. Reduce the
capacity of connected
equipment to the rated value
of the Product or less, and
then attempt re-start.
(ii)
Battery running
Power feed to connected
equipment from batteries
occurred due to occurrence
of error in input power
supply. No measures are
required in particular.
Return to normal running
(No. 1) occurs automatically
upon recovery of the input
power supply.
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Troubleshooting
LED
No.
RUN
(green)
12
Lit
13
Lit
14
Lit
ALARM
(orange)
OVER
LOAD
(orange)
BYPASS
(orange)
BATTERY
CAPACITY
(green)
Amount of
charge
indication
BATTERY
ALARM
(orange)
Warning
beep
Running status
Remarks
(i)
Drop in battery
voltage during
battery running
The battery voltage dropped
due to continuation of
battery running.
Power feed from batteries
will be suspended about
2 minutes later in case of
rated load.
Evacuate important
connected equipment from
the Product.
Return to normal running
(No. 1) occurs automatically
upon recovery of the input
power supply.
(b)
Slow
blinking
(iv)
(During
manual
check)
Battery check in
progress
Battery check is in progress.
A warning beep is issued at
start and termination of
manual battery check.
After execution of battery
check for about 5 seconds,
return to normal running
(No. 1) occurs, if there is no
problem.
(a)
Quick
blinking
(i)
Error found during
battery check
There is a possibility where
battery charge is
insufficient. For charging
batteries, continue running
in the then state for over
12 hours, and then execute
battery check in the manual
mode.
Evacuate important
connected equipment from
the Product, because
sufficient backup time
cannot be secured.
If such a state occurs again,
it is necessary to replace
batteries. Please contact
your dealer or the
maintenance in-charge
company.
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7.2 List of motion modes
LED
No.
RUN
(green)
15
Lit
16
(b)
Slow
blinking
ALARM
(orange)
OVER
LOAD
(orange)
BYPASS
(orange)
BATTERY
CAPACITY
(green)
BATTERY
ALARM
(orange)
Lit
(orange)
(b)
Slow
blinking
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Warning
beep
(i)
Running status
Remarks
Maturity of battery
lifetime
The time for replacement of
batteries has come. It is
necessary to replace
batteries. Please contact
your dealer or the
maintenance in-charge
company.
Although alarming
(indication and warning
beep) stops, if the [RESET]
switch is pressed for
3 seconds, an alarm
(warning beep) is issued
again 24 hours later or at the
time of re-start.
If the warning beep only is
stopped by pressing the
[RESET] switch for one
second or longer, a battery
lifetime alarm (warning
beep) is issued again at the
occasion of automatic
battery check implemented
once every 2 weeks.
Waiting for re-start
Output from the Product is
suspended by the setup
using RS-232C connector
on the back face of the
Product.
The Product starts up
automatically and returns to
normal running (No. 1) after
elapse of the length of time
set at the time of setting.
Furthermore, it is also
possible to start the Product
by the [ON/OFF] switch.
Maintenance
8.1
Battery replacement
Time of battery replacement
CAUTION
Damage
Replace the batteries periodically.
Electrolyte leakage, smoke emission and ignition may arise, if
use of batteries is continued in the state where the battery
lifetime has matured.
The battery lifetime has matured, if any of the following cases arises.
The [BATTERY ALARM] LED (orange) on the front face of the Product lights
up and warning beep was issued.
- Warning Battery Life
[BATTERY ALARM] LED (orange) lights up.
Battery holding time was reduced to 3 minutes or less (in case of rated load).
The battery lifetime is largely affected by the ambient temperature and
conditions of connected equipment. In case the Product is used in a standard
environment and under standard conditions (ambient temperature 25 C, rated
load), a period of about three (3) years is the time of replacement with new
batteries.
Battery replacement
(years)
8
Product ambient temperature ( C).
Relation between ambient temperature and time of battery replacement
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8.1 Battery replacement
Method for battery replacement
CAUTION
Electric shock
It is requested that replacement of batteries is executed
by professional engineers.
Electric shock may result otherwise.
Damage
For replacement, use batteries we nominate and use new
batteries.
Electrolyte leakage, smoke emission, ignition and
failure/malfunction to the Product may arise, if batteries other
than what we nominate or used or if old and new batteries of
different types are used in mixture.
IMPORTANT
Disposal treatment of used batteries, which have become unnecessary, is
legally controlled.
Request a professional industrial-waste disposal business or contact your dealer or
the maintenance in-charge company.
The batteries of the Product can be replaced in the live state (parts are replaced in
the state where the power is kept ON for the Product and connected equipment)
(see note). Please contact your dealer or the maintenance in-charge company for
details.
Note: The Product is in bypass running during battery replacement in the live
state. During bypass running, switching to battery running will not
occur even if any input power supply error such as interruption of power
supply arises.
Use batteries shown below. Please contact your dealer or the maintenance
in-charge company for the method for purchase of battery units.
UPS model
Arrange
-ment
Model
Battery for
M-UPS
050ADS
Battery for
M-UPS
075ADS
Battery for
M-UPS
100ADS
Type of
battery unit
Number of
units (Note)
(per UPS)
M-UPS050
AD1S/2S
BRABU-J4
6 units
(5 kVA)
M-UPS075
BRABU-J5
4 units
AD1S/2S
BRABU-J6
4 units
(7.5 kVA)
M-UPS100
AD1S/2S
BRABU-J4
12 units
(10 kVA)
Note) It is necessary to replace the battery by the unit.
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Battery unit
Mass
Battery
(a unit)
capacity
About 9 kg
12 V, 9Ah
3
About 10 kg
12 V, 5Ah
5
About 8 kg
12 V, 5Ah
4
About 9 kg
12 V, 9Ah
3
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Maintenance
Battery treatment and storage
Pay full attention to treatment and storage of batteries. When batteries were
taken out of the Product for disposal, take short-circuit preventing measures
such as adhesion of adhesive tapes to terminals. Do not mix these batteries
with ordinary batteries such as dry cell batteries.
This Product uses small-size control valve type lead storage batteries.
Small-size control valve type lead storage batteries use expensive rare resources
of limited reserve, and such resources can be recycled for reuse. You are
kindly requested to give your cooperation for recycling of used batteries.
Please contact your dealer or the company in charge of maintenance, if you
have any question regarding battery recycling.
This mark is a small-size control valve type lead storage battery
recycling mark.
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8.2
8.2
Cooling fan replacement
Cooling fan replacement
Time of cooling fan replacement
IMPORTANT
Replace the cooling fans periodically.
If use of cooling fans is continued after their lifetime has matured, the Product
internal temperature may rise to a level that is outside of the rated specification
range.
The cooling fan lifetime has matured, if any of the following phenomenon arises.
Beep beep …
(continuous tone)
[ALARM] LED (orange)
lit up.
- FAULT Bypass
Cooling fan error
Input: ***.*V **.* Hz
[BYPASS] LED (orange)
lit up.
The time for second replacement of batteries has come.
The cooling fans involve lifetime due to wear to bearings, and it is essential that
cooling fans are periodically replaced with new ones. However, there are
cases where the lifetime is shortened in correspondence to the working
environment. It is recommended that cooling fans are replaced early.
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8
Maintenance
Method for cooling fan replacement
CAUTION
Electric shock
Personal injury
Do not stick a bar or finger into a cooling fan or ventilation
hole.
Electric shock and personal injury may result.
Electric shock
It is requested that replacement of cooling fans is
executed by professional engineers.
Electric shock may result otherwise.
The cooling fans of the Product can be replaced in the live state (parts are replaced
in the state where the power is kept ON for the Product and connected equipment)
(see note). Please contact your dealer or the maintenance in-charge company for
details.
Note: It is requested that replacement of cooling fans in the live state is
executed in a short length of time. The Product is in bypass running
during cooling fan replacement in the live state. During bypass running,
switching to battery running will not occur even if any input power
supply error such as interruption of power supply arises.
Use cooling fans shown below. Please contact your dealer or the maintenance
in-charge company for the method for purchase of cooling fans.
Cooling fan type for replacement:
Fan for M-UPS050ADS
(RRAF-R1×1 / RRAF-GX12×2)
Fan for M-UPS075ADS
(RRAF-R1×2 / RRAF-GX12×3)
Fan for M-UPS100ADS
(RRAF-R1×2 / RRAF-GX12×3)
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8.3 Storage of the Product
8.3
Storage of the Product
Operations before storage
IMPORTANT
Do not store the Product in any of the places indicated below.
Outdoors
Place exposed to rain and wind
Place of excessively high humidity and dust
Place with corrosive gases and salt
Place directly exposed to sunlight
Place located close to sparks or heating elements
Place of extremely high or low temperature or place of excessive temperature
changes
Place to which vibration and impact is applied
1. Charge batteries by running the Product for 12 hours or longer. Check
batteries by the battery check function (manual) after the batteries were charged.
See “5.3 Battery inspection (battery check)” for details.
The storable period of batteries used in the Product is about two (2) months
from the fully charged state.
2. Turn OFF the power for the connected equipment, turn OFF the power for the
Product, and turn OFF the input circuit breaker on the back face of the Product.
See “4.2 Power OFF” for details.
3. Place the Product in a case (such as the case used for shipping of the Product).
Case where storage period exceeds 2 months
IMPORTANT
Charge batteries once every two (2) months, if the Product is not used for a
long time.
Run the Product for 12 hours or longer to charge batteries once every two (2)
months, and check batteries on termination of their charge.
If the Product is shelved for a long time without being run, batteries may reach
over-discharged state due to natural discharge, and may become unusable.
Charge batteries by running the Product for 12 hours or longer once every two (2)
months. Check batteries by the battery check function (manual) after the batteries
were charged.
See “5.3 Battery inspection (battery check)” for details.
The batteries discharge naturally in the Product even while the Product is not in use.
If the batteries are shelved for over two (2) months, batteries may reach
over-discharged state due to natural discharge, and may become unusable.
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9
Appendix
9.1
Rated specification
Type
Rated capacity
Voltage
Frequency
Frequency accuracy
AC
output
Number of phases
Load condition
Voltage waveform
distortion factor
Overcurrent
protection
Grounding method
Commercial electric
power switching
method
Voltage
Frequency
Number of phases
Capacity
AC input
Grounding method
Power factor
Input higher
harmonics current
Type
Storage
Backup time *1
battery
[initial value]
Nominal voltage
Ambient temperature
Relative humidity
Others
Noise
Cooling method
External dimensions (W D H)
Mass
Applicable standard
Input
External
Grounding terminal
connection Output
M-UPS050AD1S
M-UPS050AD2S
5000 VA / 4000 W
100 V 2%
200 V 2%
50 Hz or 60 Hz (automatic switching in the Product)
During normal running Varies by input frequency
During backup running
0.1% or better
Single phase, 2-wire system (with grounding terminal)
Linear load or rectifying load of peak-to-rms ratio up to 3
Under load resistance: 4% or less
Under rectifying load: 6% or less
RMS value: 100% or greater
Peak value: 300% or greater of rated RMS value
(Shall withstand the load of crest factor = 3.)
Non-grounding or neutral point grounding
Thyristor switching (switching time: uninterruptible)
Switching is not permitted during interruption of power supply.
100 V 15%
200 V 15%
50 Hz or 60 Hz 5%
Single phase, 2-wire system (with grounding terminal)
5000 VA or less
Single-line grounding
0.97 or greater (during rated running)
Conforms to IEC61000-3-12.
Small-size control valve type lead storage battery (long-life battery)
About 10 minutes
[4000 W]
216 V
0 to 40 C
20 to 95% (no condensation)
50 dB (A) or less (at 1 m from on the front face of the Product)
Forced air cooling
350 700 675mm
180 kg (without batteries: 125 kg)
Conforms to VCCI CLASS A, UL1778-4th, IEC62040
Input/output terminal block (L/R, N/S: M6 screw)
Input/output terminal block (PE (G): M6 screw)
Input/output terminal block
Input/output terminal block
(l1/U1, l3/V1: M6 screw)
(l1/U2, l2/V2: M6 screw)
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9.1
Type
Rated capacity
Voltage
Frequency
Frequency accuracy
AC
output
Number of phases
Load condition
Voltage waveform
distortion factor
Overcurrent
protection
Grounding method
Commercial electric
power switching
method
Voltage
Frequency
Number of phases
Capacity
AC input
Grounding method
Power factor
Input higher
harmonics current
Type
Storage
Backup time *1
battery
[initial value]
Nominal voltage
Ambient temperature
Relative humidity
Others
Noise
Cooling method
External dimensions (W D H)
Mass
Applicable standard
Input
External
Grounding terminal
connection Output
Rated specification
M-UPS075AD1S
M-UPS075AD2S
7500 VA / 6000 W
100 V 2%
200 V 2%
50 Hz or 60 Hz (automatic switching in the Product)
During normal running Varies by input frequency
During backup running
0.1% or better
Single phase, 2-wire system (with grounding terminal)
Linear load or rectifying load of peak-to-rms ratio up to 3
Under load resistance: 4% or less
Under rectifying load: 6% or less
RMS value: 100% or greater
Peak value: 300% or greater of rated RMS value
(Shall withstand the load of crest factor = 3.)
Non-grounding or neutral point grounding
Thyristor switching (switching time: uninterruptible)
Switching is not permitted during interruption of power supply.
100 V 15%
200 V 15%
50 Hz or 60 Hz 5%
Single phase, 2-wire system (with grounding terminal)
7500 VA or less
Single-line grounding
0.97 or greater (during rated running)
Conforms to IEC61000-3-12.
Small-size control valve type lead storage battery (long-life battery)
About 10 minutes
[6000 W]
216 V
0 to 40 C
20 to 95% (no condensation)
55 dB (A) or less (at 1 m from on the front face of the Product)
Forced air cooling
350 700 900mm
235 kg (without batteries: 160 kg)
Conforms to VCCI CLASS A, UL1778-4th, IEC62040
Input/output terminal block (L/R, N/S: M8 screw)
Input/output terminal block (PE (G): M8 screw)
Input/output terminal block
Input/output terminal block
(l1/U1, l3/V1: M8 screw)
(l1/U2, l2/V2: M8 screw)
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9
Appendix
Type
Rated capacity
Voltage
Frequency
Frequency accuracy
AC
output
Number of phases
Load condition
Voltage waveform
distortion factor
Overcurrent
protection
Grounding method
Commercial electric
power switching
method
Voltage
Frequency
Number of phases
Capacity
AC input
Grounding method
Power factor
Input higher
harmonics current
Type
Storage
Backup time *1
battery
[initial value]
Nominal voltage
Ambient temperature
Relative humidity
Others
Noise
Cooling method
External dimensions (W D H)
Mass
Applicable standard
Input
External
Grounding terminal
connection Output
M-UPS100AD1S
M-UPS100AD2S
10000 VA / 8000 W
100 V 2%
200 V 2%
50 Hz or 60 Hz (automatic switching in the Product)
During normal running Varies by input frequency
During backup running
0.1% or better
Single phase, 2-wire system (with grounding terminal)
Linear load or rectifying load of peak-to-rms ratio up to 3
Under load resistance: 4% or less
Under rectifying load: 6% or less
RMS value: 100% or greater
Peak value: 300% or greater of rated RMS value
(Shall withstand the load of crest factor = 3.)
Non-grounding or neutral point grounding
Thyristor switching (switching time: uninterruptible)
Switching is not permitted during interruption of power supply.
100 V 15%
200 V 15%
50 Hz or 60 Hz 5%
Single phase, 2-wire system (with grounding terminal)
10000 VA or less
Single-line grounding
0.97 or greater (during rated running)
Conforms to IEC61000-3-12.
Small-size control valve type lead storage battery (long-life battery)
About 10 minutes
[8000 W]
216 V
0 to 40 C
20 to 95% (no condensation)
55 dB (A) or less (at 1 m from on the front face of the Product)
Forced air cooling
350 700 1050mm
300 kg (without batteries: 190 kg)
Conforms to VCCI CLASS A, UL1778-4th, IEC62040
Input/output terminal block (L/R, N/S: M8 screw)
Input/output terminal block (PE (G): M8 screw)
Input/output terminal block
Input/output terminal block
(l1/U1, l3/V1: M8 screw)
(l1/U2, l2/V2: M8 screw)
(*1) The backup time is an ability value, and is not a guaranteed value.
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9.2 Additional Description for UL Type
9.2
Additional Description for UL Type
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
This manual contains important instructions for UPS GX100 series Models that
should be followed during installation and maintenance of the UPS and batteries.
Internal battery voltage is 216 V DC.
Models M-UPS050AD*S-# with suffix
Models M-UPS075AD*S-# with suffix
Models M-UPS100AD*S-# with suffix
*: 1 or 2, #: U or W
This unit intended for installation in a controlled environment and maximum
ambient temperature is 25 C
(temperature controlled, indoor area free of conductive contaminants).
This UPS must be fasten down the floor by branckets attached this UPS.
This UPS is intended for use in Japan-domestic.
For All Models, Need to provide External Disconnect /Overcurrent Protective Device
for the AC input and the AC output. -for example ,an UL Listed branch circuit breaker
with suitable ratings could provide both functions (disconnect and overcurrent
protection).
・ A readily accessible disconnect device shall be incorporated in the building
installation wiring.
・ Circuit Breaker (UL Listed Inverse-time Circuit Breaker) is not provided
on the UPS at input side as shipped without M-UPSXXXAD*S-#. All
Moedls must connect Circuit Breakers for use with the UPS. The rated
tripping current of the Circuit Breaker (2 pole type) are shown in Table1 ,
Table2 and Table3.
・ Field wiring connection must be made by a UL and CSA Listed closed-loop
terminal connector sized for the wire gauge involved and fully insulated up to
terminals. Connector must be fixed using the crimp tool specified by the
connector manufacturer. Cloosed-loop terminal is shown in Table1 , Table2 and
Table3 (made by Japan Solderless Terminal). If can not get these terminals , use
the similer terminal.
・ Use 75℃ Copper conductors.
Wire size and tightening torque are shown in Table1 , Table2 and Table3.
Circuit diagrams are shown by figure 1.
UPS must be set up with flexible conduit.
Table 1. Input rating, wire size, torque, external input circuit breaker size
INPUT & GROUND
MODEL
M-UPS050AD1S-U
M-UPS050AD2S-U
M-UPS075AD1S-U
M-UPS075AD2S-U
M-UPS100AD1S-U
M-UPS100AD2S-U
Vin
(V)
Iin
(A)
100
200
100
200
100
200
50
25
75
37.5
100
50
WIRE
SIZE
AWG
4
8
2
6
1/0
4
Type of
Closed-loop
Terminal
R22-6
R8-6
R38-8
R14-8
R60-8
R22-8
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TIGHTENING
TORQUE
(N m)
2 POLE CIRCUIT
BREAKER
V
4.1
240 AC
9.8
240 AC
9.8
240 AC
A
70
35
100
50
125
70
9
Appendix
Table 2. M-UPSXXXAD1S/2S-W(provided UL489 breaker)
Input rating, wire size and torque
INPUT & GROUND
MODEL
Vin
(V)
M-UPS050AD1S-W
M-UPS050AD2S-W
M-UPS075AD1S-W
M-UPS075AD2S-W
M-UPS100AD1S-W
M-UPS100AD2S-W
100
200
100
200
100
200
TIGHTENING
TORQUE
(N m)
Iin
(A)
WIRE SIZE
AWG
Type of
Closed-loop
Terminal
50
4
R22-6
4.1
75
2
R38-6
9.8
100
1/0
R60-8
9.8
Table 3. Output rating, wire size, torque, external output circuit breaker size
INPUT & GROUND
MODEL
M-UPS050AD1S-U
M-UPS050AD2S-U
M-UPS075AD1S-U
M-UPS075AD2S-U
M-UPS100AD1S-U
M-UPS100AD2S-U
Vout
(V)
Iout
(A)
100
200
100
200
100
200
50
25
75
37.5
100
50
WIRE
SIZE
AWG
4
8
2
6
1/0
4
Type of
Closed-loop
Terminal
R22-6
R8-6
R38-8
R14-8
R60-8
R22-8
TIGHTENING
TORQUE
(N m)
2 POLE CIRCUIT
BREAKER
V
4.1
240 AC
9.8
240 AC
9.8
240 AC
A
70
35
100
50
125
70
Relay : Only 5kVA mount
l1-l3 : AC100V
l1-l2 : AC200V
AC Input/
Outpminal Block
L
AC Input/Output
terminal Block
S1
S2
Dual
Converter
l1
l3
N
l1
PE(G)
l2
FG
Boost
Chopper
External Battery Box
Figure 1. Circuit diagram of All Models
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9.2 Additional Description for UL Type
DANGER
Risk of electric shock
Do not touch uninsulated battery terminal.
WARNING
Risk of electric shock
Do not remove the cover for any reason. There are no user-serviceable parts
inside the UPS. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
CAUTION
Don’t use 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 effect its safety or effectiveness.
Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type. Dispose of
used batteries according to the instructions.
Replace batteries are only the one designated by our company.
Risk of electric shock
Battery and cooling fan servicing should be performed by only authorized
servicing personnel who were qualified technically. Keep unauthorized
personnel away from batteries and cooling fan.
The UPS has an internal energy source (the battery). The output may be
energized when the unit is not connected to an AC power line.
Terminal marked “PE(G)” is intended for connection of the Protective Earthing
(Grounding) conductor(s). This earth connection is essential before connecting
supply conductors. Also ensure the reliability of this connection during any
servicing, including connection of protective earthing (grounding) conductors to
the output (load).
Capacitor stores hazardous energy. Do not remove cover until 7 minutes after
disconnecting all sources of supply.
If this UPS installs, removes or does any services, for disconnecting all sources
of supply, be off the external input circuit breaker.
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9
Appendix
CAUTION
Do not dispose of batteries in a fire. The batteries may explode.
Do not open or mutilate batteries. Released electrolyte is harmful to the
skin and eyes. It may be toxic.
A battery can present a risk of electrical shock and high short-circuit
current. The following precautions should be observed when working on
batteries:
a) Remove watches, rings, or other metal objects.
b) Use tools with insulated handles.
c) Wear rubber gloves and boots.
d) Do not lay tools or metal parts on top of batteries.
e) Disconnect charging source prior to connecting or disconnection battery
terminals.
f) Determine if battery is inadvertently grounded.
If inadvertently grounded, remove source from ground.
Contact with any part of a grounded battery can result in electrical shock.
The likelihood of such shock can be reduced if such grounds are removed
during installation and maintenance (applicable to equipment and remote
battery supplies not having a grounded supply circuit)
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