User Manual
EconoSine II
Emergency Lighting Inverter, Single Phase
Document No. 6005-085C
Revision C
Installation and
Operation
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Congratulations on selecting one of the fine products from Crucial Power Products,
the leader in power protection technology. Our wide product offering includes
UPS (Uninterruptible Power Systems), power conditioners, automatic voltage
regulators and specialty transformers (e.g., computer-grade, medical-grade).
Since our founding, Crucial Power Products has shipped many of these fine
products to discerning customers around the world for use on sensitive equipment
and in critical applications.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION!
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Following safety precautions is important when operating or servicing electrical equipment. The
symbols shown are used extensively throughout this manual. Always heed these precautions
since they are essential to the safe operation and servicing of this product.
Boxes labeled with “DANGER” indicate that there is a high risk of personal injury or death if
instructions are not followed.
Boxes labeled with “CAUTION” or “WARNING” indicates that there is a high probability of
equipment malfunction, damage, or destruction if instructions are not followed.
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Danger!
ALL POWER TO THE UNIT MUST BE LOCKED AND TAGGED “OFF” BEFORE PERFORMING
ANY SERVICE OR WORK ON THE UNIT.
FAILURE TO DO SO COULD RESULT IN
ELECTROCUTION.
Danger!
ONLY FACTORY TRAINED OR AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL SHOULD ATTEMPT TO INSTALL OR
REPAIR THE UNIT OR ITS BATTERY SYSTEM. IMPROPER INSTALLATION HAS PROVEN TO
BE THE SINGLE MOST SIGNIFICANT CAUSE OF START-UP PROBLEMS. HIGH AC AND DC
ELECTRICAL VOLTAGES ARE PRESENT THROUGHOUT THE UNIT (S) AND INCORRECT
INSTALLATION OR SERVICING COULD RESULT IN ELECTROCUTION, FIRE, EXPLOSION, OR
EQUIPMENT MALFUNCTION.
Danger!
ALL POWER CONNECTIONS MUST BE COMPLETED BY A LICENSED ELECTRICIAN WHO IS
EXPERIENCED IN WIRING THIS TYPE OF EQUIPMENT. WIRING MUST BE INSTALLED IN
ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE NATIONAL AND LOCAL ELECTRICAL CODES.
IMPROPER WIRING MAY CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE EQUIPMENT, INJURY OR DEATH OF
PERSONNEL. VERIFY THAT ALL HIGH AND LOW VOLTAGE INPUT POWER CIRCUITS ARE
DE-ENERGIZED AND LOCKED OUT BEFORE INSTALLING CABLES OR MAKING ANY
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS.
Danger!
IN CASE OF FIRE INVOLVING ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT, ONLY USE CARBON DIOXIDE FIRE
EXTINGUISHERS, OR THOSE APPROVED FOR USE ON ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT SHOULD BE
USED. USE OF WATER ON FIRES INVOLVING HIGH VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS
COULD PRESENT AN ELECTROCUTION HAZARD.
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Danger!
TEST LIFT AND BALANCE THE CABINETS BEFORE MOVING. MAINTAIN MINIMUM TILT FROM
VERTICAL AT ALL TIMES. THE BOTTOM STRUCTURE WILL SUPPORT THE UNIT ONLY IF THE
FORKLIFT FORKS ARE COMPLETELY UNDERNEATH THE UNIT.
Danger!
BE CONSTANTLY AWARE THAT THE UNIT SYSTEM CONTAINS HIGH DC AS WELL AS AC
VOLTAGES. WITH INPUT POWER OFF AND THE BATTERY DICONNECTED, HIGH VOLTAGE
AT THE FILTER CAPACITORS AND POWER CIRCUITS SHOULD DISCHARGE WITHIN 30
SECONDS. HOWEVER, POWER CIRCUIT MALFUNCTIONS CAN OCCUR, SO YOU SHOULD
ALWAYS ASSUME THAT HIGH VOLTAGE MIGHT STILL EXIST AFTER SHUTDOWN. VERIFY
THAT POWER IS OFF USING AC AND DC VOLTMETERS BEFORE MAKING CONTACT.
Danger!
LEAD-ACID BATTERIES CONTAIN HAZARDOUS MATERIALS.
BATTERIES MUST BE
HANDLED, TRANSPORTED, AND RECYCLED OR DISCARDED IN ACCORDANCE WITH
FEDERAL, STATE, AND LOCAL REGULATIONS. BECAUSE LEAD IS A TOXIC SUBSTANCE,
LEAD-ACID BATTERIES SHOULD BE RECYCLED RATHER THAN DISCARDED.
DO NOT DISPOSE OF BATTERIES IN A FIRE, THE BATTERIES MAY EXPLODE.
DO NOT OPEN OR MUTILATE THE BATTERIES.
THE SKIN AND EYES AND MAY BE TOXIC.
RELEASED ELECTROLYTE IS HARMFUL TO
A BATTERY CAN HAVE A HIGH SHORT CIRCUIT CURRENT AND PRESENT A RISK OF
ELECTRICAL SHOCK. THE FOLLOWING PRECAUTIONS SHOULD BE OBSERVED WHEN
WORKING ON BATTERIES:
1.
REMOVE WATCHES, RINGS OR OTHER METAL OBJECTS.
2.
USE TOOLS WITH INSULATED HANDLES.
3.
WEAR RUBBER GLOVES AND BOOTS.
4.
DO NOT LAY TOOLS OR METAL PARTS ON TOP OF BATTERIES.
5.
DISCONNECT CHARGING SOURCE PRIOR TO CONNECTING OR DISCONNECTING
BATTERY TERMINALS.
6.
DETERMINE IF BATTERY IS INADVERTENTLY GROUNDED. IF SO, REMOVE THE
SOURCE OF THE GROUND. CONTACT WITH ANY PART OF A GROUNDED
BATTERY CAN RESULT IN ELECTRICAL SHOCK. THE LIKELIHOOD OF SUCH
SHOCK WILL BE REDUCED IF SUCH GROUNDS ARE REMOVED DURING
INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE.
7. LEAD-ACID BATTERIES CAN PRESENT A RISK OF FIRE BECAUSE THEY GENERATE
HYDROGEN GAS. THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURES SHOULD BE FOLLOWED:
8.
1.
DO NOT SMOKE WHEN NEAR BATTERIES.
2.
DO NOT CAUSE FLAME OR SPARK IN BATTERY AREA.
DISCHARGE STATIC ELECTRICITY FROM YOUR BODY BEFORE TOUCHING
BATTERIES BY FIRST TOUCHING A GROUNDED SURFACE.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION
PAGE
SECTION 1 – INTRODUCTION
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SECTION 2 – SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
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2.1
General Description
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2.2
System Configuration
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SECTION 3 – SAFETY INFORNATION
4
SECTION 4 – STORAGE
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SECTION 5 – INSTALLATION
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5.1
Environment
5
5.2
Installation Layout
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5.3
Input/Output/Load Connection
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SECTION 6 – OPERATION
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6.1
System Description
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6.2
Operation / Turn on Procedure
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SECTION 7 – TROUBLE SHOOTING
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7.1
Trouble Shooting Chart
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7.2
UPS status and actions
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SECTION 8 – OPERATION MODES
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8.1
Block Diagram
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8.2
Normal Operation
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8.3
AC Utility Failure
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8.4
Bypass Enable
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SECTION 9 – COMMUNICATONS
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9.1
Communication Interface
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9.2
DB9 PIN Assignment
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SECTION 10 – OPTIONS
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SECTION 11 – TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
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INSTRUCTIONS
Special Symbols
The following symbols are used on the UPS to alert you of safety related issues:
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK – Please observe the warning that a risk of electric shock is
present.
CAUTION: REFER TO OPERATOR’S MANUAL - Refer to the operator’s manual for
additional information, such as important operating and maintenance instructions.
SAFE GROUNDING TERMINAL - Indicates primary safe ground
LOAD ON/OFF - Pressing this button turns on/off the output receptacles and the Indicator
light.
RJ-45 RECEPTACLE - The receptacle provides network interface connections and
telephone or telecommunications equipment should not be plugged into it.
Please do not discard the UPS or UPS batteries as the UPS may have valve regulated,
lead–acid batteries. Please recycle batteries.
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1. Introduction
The information provided in this manual is applicable to single phase 500-2100watt uninterruptible power
systems, their basic functions, operating procedures, and emergency procedures. It also includes
information on how to ship, store, handle and install the equipment. This manual also provides detailed
requirements for the safe installation and use of the UPS. Installation must be carried out in accordance
with this manual. Electrical installations must also carefully follow local code and regulations. Only
qualified personnel should install or maintain this equipment as failure to follow safety procedures or
recognize electrical hazards could result in damage to the equipment and property, injury or even death:
Important Notice:
Read the following before proceeding:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
Read instructions carefully before operating the UPS.
UPS power connect instruction should be followed.
ELECTROCUITION DANGER! Do not open the case.
If the UPS will be stored for a long period, the battery must be charged once every 90 days.
Maintain the load within the rating of UPS to prevent faults.
Handle unusual events according to the trouble-shooting guide.
Keep the UPS clean and dry.
2. System description
Your new UPS (Uninterruptible Power System) will protect your electronic and electrical equipment such
as computers, workstations, process control systems, telecommunications systems, sales terminals and
other critical instrumentation from unstable or otherwise poor quality utility power, power failure, and other
adverse events..
Electrical interference abounds in many forms and can cause unreliable operation of your critical
equipment. Sources of interference include, but are not limited to, utility company generated fluctuations
and noise from such diverse sources as lightning equipment, radio frequency interference from worn or
damaged motor brushes, air conditioners, vending machines, appliances and even arcing across
insulators on utility poles. Additionally, power failures, low or high voltage, voltage surges and
fluctuations, frequency variations, differential and common-mode noises and transients. All must be
addressed to ensure continual and reliable operation of your vital equipment
Your new UPS will help prevent those issues from affecting your systems and causing damage or
malfunction of your critical equipment including computer hardware and sensitive software by maintaining
a consistently clean power source, isolating critical load output if needed, and filtering noise from your
facilities AC power while providing an uninterrupted stream of backup power in the event of a utility power
failure.
2.1 General description
Your new double conversion on-line UPS is able to supply uninterrupted, clean, single-phase power to
your critical systems while keeping batteries continuously charged and provide a back up in the even of
a utility power failure.
If a power failure lasts longer than the rated UPS backup time, your UPS will shut down systematically,
avoiding battery discharge. As soon as utility power is restored, the UPS will automatically switch to
utility power and start recharging the batteries.
As shown in the block diagram, Figure 1:
An input filter reduces transients on the mains
To maintain full battery charge, AC-power is rectified and regulated in the rectifier feeding power to
the inverter and battery converter.
DC power is converted to AC in the inverter passing it on to the load.
Power is maintained from the battery during a power failure.
The converter increases voltage appropriately for the inverter.
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Fig.1. Block diagram
Efficiency Optimizer function
The Efficiency Optimizer Function is a new feature of your UPS that adds cost effectiveness, provides
minimal power loss and reduced power consumption. Alternating between bypass and on-line modes is
achieved automatically and in accordance with the conditions of the utility power. In order to obtain
greatest efficiency, on-line mode may function during times of intermittent utility power availability and
bypass mode when power flows smoothly. Irregularities can be detected in less than a second, and
on-line mode reactivated immediately. Switching back to online mode occurs when the input voltage
exceeds ±10% of nominal (±15% selectable), when the input frequency exceeds ±3Hz of nominal or when
no input line voltage is detected.
An available option allows default operation in the on-line mode. Bypass can be activated from the LCD
panel, though on-line mode can be run permanently if preferred.
Free Run Mode
The UPS operates in free run mode when the input frequency is outside of the selected input frequency
range. In free run mode the output frequency does not match input frequency. When starting the UPS, the
frequency regulation detected is 50 or 60 Hz ±0.25Hz.
Diagnostic tests
When you start the UPS, a diagnostic test is automatically executed that checks the electronics and
battery and reports any faults on the LCD display.
An advanced battery management system always monitors the conditions of the batteries and sends a
warning if replacement is needed. Otherwise every 30 days of normal mode operation, a battery
discharge test is automatically performed and any faults are reported on the LCD display.
Diagnostic tests can be performed manually from the front panel at any time except during the first
24-hours after startup while the UPS is in the charging mode.
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2.2 System Configuration
The UPS system is composed of an electronically controlled switching and power conditioning system
and batteries housed in the same enclosure for lower capacity systems and in multiple cabinets for large
capacity systems. .Depending on the site and load requirements of the installation, certain additional
options are available to customize the system to your specific needs.
When planning a UPS system, the following should be taken into consideration:
The total worst case electrical load of the anticipated protected system must dictate the output power
rating (Watts). Allow for future expansion from the measured or calculated power requirements along
with a margin for error.
The backup time at the indicated power rating is 90 minutes.
The following options are available:
Auxiliary circuit breakers (up to 12).
Maintenance bypass switches.
External auxiliary TVSS (UL1449 3rd edition)
Connectivity options (relay card, SNMP/WEB card).
The following UPS models are available
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3. Safety Information
If you have not yet read the UPS safety manual, please do so now.
Installation
CAUTION!
Storage and Transportation Electrocution Hazard
Please handle with extreme caution since a high amount of energy is contained within
the batteries. Always keep the unit positioned as marked on the packaging and never
jolt or drop the unit.
CAUTION!
Explosion Hazard
If flammable substances such as gases or fumes are present or if the room is not
ventilated, a safety hazard situation exists, in which no electrical equipment should be
operated.
CAUTION!
The instructions in this manual explain how to install the UPS safely. Not observing
electrical hazards may be fatal, so keep this manual for future reference.
DANGER!
Electrocution Hazard
Do NOT open the UPS cabinet! Very high voltage may be present even with the
power turned off. Contact with internal components may cause injury or death. Only
a technician from the manufacturer or an authorized agent should ever service the
unit.
The output receptacles on this UPS retain high voltage even when not connected to
utility power since it has its own energy source (the batteries)
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User’s operations
CAUTION!
To ensure safety, only the following operations should be performed by users. All such
operations must be performed exactly as instructed in this manual and any change from
the protocol shown may prove very hazardous to the operator. ALL OTHER OPERATION
OR MAINTENANCE MUST BE PERFORMED BY QUALIFIED TECHNICAL PERSONAL
ONLY!
To ensure safety, the only operations that users are permitted to do are:
Turn the UPS unit on and off
Operate the user interface
Connect data interface cables
4. Storage
If the UPS is not installed immediately, you must store the unit in accordance with the following
instructions to avoid damage which could void your warranty:
Store the equipment as is in its original packing and shipping carton.
Do not store in temperatures exceeding the specified range of +32° F (-20°C) to +122° F (+50°C).
Ensure that the equipment is fully protected from moisture, salts, dirt, dust and relative humidity
exceeding 95% non-condensing.
In order to prevent battery deterioration, ensure that the UPS is recharged every 6 months for at least
8 hours.
5. Installation
5.1 Environment
WARNING!
To protect the safety of personnel, ensure that all environmental and functional requirements
for UPS location are met according to these technical specifications.
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Ensure that you follow these instructions when positioning the UPS system and battery options:
Avoid extremes of temperature and humidity in accordance with the specifications in Section 11 of
this manual. Maximum battery life can be attained with a recommended temperature range of +59°
F (+15°C) to +77° F (+25°C).
Ensure that the equipment is fully protected from dirt and dust which can clog filters and allow arcing,
which will damage the equipment.
Ensure that the front of the UPS remains clear for safe user operation.
Space and ventilation requirements must be met (see below).
5.2 Installation Layout:
Shown with floor mounting brackets
2” Clearance
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5.3 Input/Output/Load Connection
Breaker
SYTEM RATING (WATTS)
(BATTERY TYPE)
(BATTERY TYPE)
TORQUE (INCH LBS)
TORQUE (INCH LBS)
500W
(UB12260) 59 IN-LB
HP12-116W-XFR (55 IN-LB)
750W
(UB12350) 59 IN-LB
HP12-116W-XFR (55 IN-LB)
1000W
(UB12350) 59 IN-LB
1250W
(UB12500) 59 IN-LB
1500W
(UB12550) 59 IN-LB
2100W
(UB12750) 59 IN-LB
The installation is now complete.
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6. Operation
6.1
System Description
Follow the instructions below for the UPS operation.
Switch
Function
(4)
ON-OFF
CONTROL
KEY
When this key is pressed with the LCD Select Down-Key
simultaneously for 3 seconds, the UPS will switch on if the unit is
not in the battery back-up mode. Press both the ON-OFF Control
key and LCD Select UP-key at the same time to disable the beeps.
(2)
SELECT
UP-KEYS
Press up to select the UPS status on LCD Display. Press with the
LCD Select Down-key simultaneously for 3 seconds to turn off the
UPS.
(3)
SELECT
DOWN-KEY
(1)
LCD
DISPLAY
Press down to display the UPS Status.
(5)
FAULT LED
The red LED indicates that the UPS is in a fault condition because
of inverter abnormality, over-temperature or DC_BUS fault.
(6)
WARNING
LED
(7)
NORMAL
LED
The yellow LED indicates that the UPS is overloaded, in bypass or
battery back-up mode.
This LCD Display shows UPS operation information, including
UPS status, input/output voltage, input/output frequency, battery
voltage, battery capacity remaining, output load, inside
temperature, and the historical event log with the time of each
event. Additionally, the UPS output voltage and output frequency
can be set from the LCD panel.
The green LED illuminates when the UPS is operating normally.
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6.2
Operation/Turn-on Procedure
Please follow the instructions below for UPS operation.
Starting and shutting down the UPS
Ensure that unit was correctly installed in accordance with all building and safety codes and that the
input power cable is connected to a tested well-grounded outlet.
1. SWITCH THE EXTERNAL INPUT BREAKER TO "ON" AND
CHECK THE VOLTAGE AT THE "INPUT AC TERMINAL"
2. SWITCH THE INTERNAL UPS INPUT BREAKER TO "ON"
3. TURN THE BATTERY BREAKER TO "ON"
4. PRESS POWER BUTTONS
LOCATED ON THE FRONT DISPLAY
5. SWITCH THE OUTPUT BREAKER(S) TO "ON"
During this inspection, the LCD will display “Ready on”. The LED will light up when the output
power is available and the LCD will display “Line mode.”
Switch on the loads.
Shutting down the UPS
1. SWITCH THE OUTPUT BREAKER(S) TO "OFF"
2. SWITCH THE BATTERY BREAKER TO "OFF"
3. SWITCH THE INPUT BREAKER TO "OFF"
WELCOME TO
USE UPS
LCD display
By pressing the UPS ON/OFF Control Key and the LCD Select Down-key simultaneously for 3
seconds until the buzzer beeps twice, the UPS will start up and the Normal LED will illuminate to
indicate that the power is flowing from the inverter to the load.
When the LCD Select Down-key and the LCD Select Up-key are pressed simultaneously for 3
seconds until the buzzer beeps twice, the inverter will turn off and the UPS will enter standby status
(LCD display illuminates and Normal LED is blinking) until the AC source is disconnected.
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1.
Status Menu:
2.
Voltage Menu:
3.
Frequency Menu:
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4.
Battery Status Menu:
5.
V Output Power Menu
6.
7.
Temperature Menu:
History Record Menu:
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8.
Bypass Range Set Menu:
a. To protect the load, the function of bypass auto-transfer is activated only when the
AC main voltage is within the range of LO (low) and HI (high). In this screen, press
the ON/OFF Control key to enter the following steps for LO/HI voltage setting:
b. The cursor ( ) will appear to indicate the selected item. Press the ON/OFF Control
key to find the LO or HI range display.
c. Use the Up or Down key to adjust the voltage (1V for every press) to the desired
setting.
d. Once the value is confirmed, press the ON/OFF Control key again to save the data:
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9.
Output Voltage and Frequency Adjustment Menu:
a. Press the ON/OFF Control key to set the output voltage or frequency.
b. The cursor ( ) appears to indicate the selection of output voltage or frequency.
c. Use Up or Down key to adjust the output voltage to 220V, 230V or 240V for 220V
systems or 100V, 110V, 115V or 120V for 120V systems. The output frequency can be
set to 50Hz or 60Hz.
d. Once the correct voltage or frequency is selected, press the ON/OFF Control key again to
save the data.
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7. Trouble Shooting
Failure of a UPS is rare. However, if you should experience difficulties, this Trouble Shooting Guide,
should help you quickly resolve the majority of issues.
7.1
Trouble Shooting Chart
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7.2
UPS Status and Actions
The following guidelines may be helpful for problem resolution:
UPS Status
Action
AC utility power is normal. UPS is running
normally, but battery capacity is low and the.
alarm beeps once every second for battery
low.
Charger may have failed –
Replace the Charger Board.
AC utility power is normal. The output load
is supplied through bypass of the AC utility.
The Fault LED illuminates and the alarm
sounds continuously.
Contact your agent for service.
AC utility power is normal, but the UPS is
overloaded. The Warning LED is
illuminated and the alarm beeps every
second.
Reduce the critical load on the UPS to its
rated capacity (The unit’s load capacity can
be found on the nameplate attached to the
door of the UPS).
AC utility power is normal, but the UPS is
overloaded up to 125%. The Warning LED
does not fade out and the alarm beeps at
½-second intervals.
Reduce the critical load on the UPS to its
rated capacity (The unit’s load capacity can
be found on the nameplate attached to the
door of the UPS).
The UPS is supplying normal AC utility power
via the bypass mode. The output power is
more than 150% and the Warning LED is
illuminated while the alarm sounds
continuously.
Reduce the critical load on the UPS to its
rated capacity (The unit’s load capacity can
be found on the nameplate attached to the
door of the UPS).
AC utility power fails. The load is supplied
If AC utility power fails, reduce the less then
by battery power and the alarm sounds every critical load as soon as possible to extend the
4 seconds.
backup time. If measurement shows that
AC utility power is present on the input, check
the rated input to verify that it is within
specifications.
AC utility fails. UPS is in battery backup
mode and battery power is approaching
discharge. Buzzer alarm beeps every
second.
UPS will shut down automatically when the
battery reaches its discharge limit. To avoid
data loss, save your data without delay.
AC utility power fails and the battery drains
below the minimum level. The UPS has shut
down automatically.
The UPS will automatically restart when the
AC utility power is restored. If the AC utility
power failure exceeds 6 hours, it is important
to follow the storage instructions in Section.4
of this manual.
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8. Operation Modes:
8.1 Block Diagram:
Single line block diagram of units with 120V Input/Output
Single line block diagram of units with 120V Input/Output
Single line block diagram of units with 277V Input/Output
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8.2 Normal Operation:
There are two main loops when AC utility is Normal.
•
The AC loop
The AC output power comes from AC utility input and passes through AC/DC rectifier,
DC/AC inverter and static switch to support power to the load.
•
Battery charging loop
The battery charging voltage comes from the AC utility input and is converted by the
AC/DC charger to support battery charging power.
8.3 AC utility failure:
The AC output power comes from the battery, passes through the DC/AC Inverter, DC/AC
Inverter and the Static Switch to provide power to the load.
The battery charging path is from the AC utility input to the AC/DC Charger to charge the
battery.
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8.4 Bypass Enable:
Under the Following Conditions, the bypass will be enabled:
1. Overload
2. Inverter failure
3. Over temperature
4. DC bus failure
9. Communication
9.1 Communication interface
The communication interface (DB9 port) on the back of the UPS may be connected to a host
computer to provide the following external control:.
1. Supply dry contact function to the UPS using software such as Megatec RUPS, which
communicates with the computer by supplying simulation of relay closure. Its major
functions include:
a. Broadcasting a warning when power fails
b. Closing any open files before the battery is exhausted.
c. Turning off the UPS.
2. Supply and RS-232 interface for monitoring software such as Megatec RUPSII or UPSilon
2000.
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The UPS communicates with the computer by sending an RS-232 data streams to one of the
serial ports, which allows the user to monitor the following parameters:
Input Voltage:
Output Voltage:
Battery Voltage:
Temperature:
Indicates the present input
voltage to the UPS system when
power is present.
Indicates the present output
voltage of the UPS.
Indicates the present DC voltage
of the UPS battery.
Indicates the actual temperature
inside the UPS.
9.2 DB9 PIN Assignment
PIN 2: RS232 RXD
PIN 3: RS232 TXD
PIN 5: GND
The other pins have no function
DB9 INTERFACE CONNECTOR
10. Options
10.1 Auxiliary Norm ON C.B options,1pole, 20amp (maximum of 12 each)
10.2 Auxiliary Norm OFF or Norm ON W/ delay C.B options, 1pole, 20amp (maximum of 12 each)
10.3 MBS ( Maintenance By-pass Switch – manual)
10.4 Auxiliary TVSS
10.5 Floor Mounting Brackets
10.6 Communication Interface (RS232, USB)
10.7 SNMP/WEB Card or AS400C W/ Relay Card
10.8 Remote Status Panel (Remote Monitor)
10.9 AS400 Relay Card is used to provide potential free relay contact interface for those industrial control
applications that require dry contact signals.
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DB9 Pin Assignments:
DB9 Pin #
Description of Functionality
Input or Output
1
UPS Failure
Output
2
Summary Alarm
Output
3
Ground
4
Remote Shutdown
5
Common
6
Bypass Active
Output
7
Battery Low
Output
8
UPS On
Output
9
Utility Failure
Output
Input
Functionalities of the DB9 Pins:
Status
Description of Functionality
Reason /Cause
PIN 1 & PIN 5 Closed
UPS failure
UPS Internal Fault
PIN 2 & PIN 5 Closed
Summary Alarm
1.
UPS on Battery Mode
2.
Battery Voltage Low
3.
UPS Internal Fault
PIN 3
GND, For External Ground
PIN 4
Remote Shutdown
PIN 5
Common
PIN 6 & PIN 5 Closed
Bypass Active
UPS on Bypass Mode
PIN 6 & PIN 5 Open
UPS On
UPS on Inverter Mode
PIN 7 & PIN 5 Closed
Battery Low
Battery Voltage Low
PIN 8 & PIN 5 Closed
UPS On
UPS on Inverter Mode
PIN 8 & PIN 5 Open
Bypass Active
UPS on Bypass Mode
PIN 9 & PIN 5 Closed
Utility Power Failure
Utility Power Failure
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DB9 Internal Wiring Diagram:
Internal Wiring from the UPS to the DB9 Connector
AS400 Relay Card Application User Interface Wiring Diagram:
External Interface connection at the DB9 Connector
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11. Technical Specification
Specifications for 120VVAC /277VAC
Capacity (W)
Description
500
Voltage
Input
750
1000
Voltage Range
2100
120Vac ±10% or or 277Vac
60Hz +/- 4Hz
Voltage (on battery)
Single Phase 120Vac or 277Vac
Voltage Range
120Vac ±2% or 277Vac
Frequency (on battery)
60 Hz +/-0.5%
Transfer Time
0 ms
Overload Recovery
Auto transfer to UPS
High Efficiency mode (AC to AC)
UPS Design Technology
Protection and
Filtering
1500
Single Phase 120Vac or 277Vac
Frequency
Output
1250
> 95 %
On-Line / Fully digitized microprocessor controlled
Output Wave Form
Sine wave
Harmonic distortion
< 3% of T.H.D. at linear load
Overload Protection
125% for 1 minutes and 150% for 10 seconds
Short Circuit Protection
Circuit breaker
Visual Display
UPS on(green), line-mode(green),
(LED model)
battery mode(yellow), bypass(yellow), fault(red)
Visual Display
System/Display/ (LCD model)
Warning
Audible Alarm
Input / output voltage, input / output frequency,
on-line mode, back up mode, battery capacity, load
level
Beep every 5 sec
(Battery back-up)
UPS Fault
Continuous beeping sound and LCD display
Communication
RS-232 Serial Port and USB
Battery
90 min. UL924 (Sealed, maintenance
8X26 A/H 8X35 A/H 8X35 A/H 8X50 A/H 8X65 A/H 8X65A/H
free lead acid battery
Dimensions
(Inches) Width x Height x Depth
Environmental
23.5 X 34.25 X 18.25
Operating Temperature
0 - 40ºC / 32 ~ 104ºF
Storage Temperature
-20 ~ 50ºC / -4 ~ 122ºF
Audible Noise
< 40 dBA
(1 meter from surface)
Relative Humidity
0 ~ 95% humidity, non-condensing
Note: Due to continuous improvement, specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
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