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Evolution
S 1250 RT 2U
S 1750 RT 2U
2000 RT 2U
S 2500 RT 2U
S 3000 RT 2U
S 3000 RT 3U
S EXB 1250/1750 RT 2U
S EXB 2500/3000 RT 2U
S EXB 2500/3000 RT 3U
Installation and user
manual
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Introduction
Thank you for selecting an MGE UPS SYSTEMS product to protect your electrical equipment.
The Evolution range has been designed with the utmost care.
We recommend that you take the time to read this manual to take full advantage of the many features of your UPS
(Uninterruptible Power System).
Before installing Evolution, please read the booklet presenting the safety instructions. Then follow the indications in this
manual.
To discover the entire range of MGE UPS SYSTEMS products and the options available for the Evolution range, we invite
you to visit our web site at www.mgeups.com or contact your MGE UPS SYSTEMS representative.
Environmental protection
MGE UPS SYSTEMS has implemented an environmental-protection policy.
Products are developed according to an eco-design approach.
Substances
This product does not contain CFCs, HCFCs or asbestos.
Packing
To improve waste treatment and facilitate recycling, separate the various packing components.
◗ The cardboard we use comprises over 50% of recycled cardboard.
◗ Sacks and bags are made of polyethylene.
◗ Packing materials are recyclable and bear the appropriate identification symbol
.
Material
Abbreviation
Number
in the symbol
Polyethylene terephthalate
PET
01
High-density polyethylene
HDPE
02
Polyvinyl chloride
PVC
03
Low-density polyethylene
LDPE
04
Polypropylene
PP
05
Polystyrene
PS
06
Follow all local regulations for the disposal of packing materials.
End of life
MGE UPS SYSTEMS will process products at the end of their service life in compliance with local regulations.
MGE UPS SYSTEMS works with companies in charge of collecting and eliminating our products at the end of their service life.
Product
The product is made up of recyclable materials.
Dismantling and destruction must take place in compliance with all local regulations concerning waste.
At the end of its service life, the product must be transported to a processing centre for electrical and electronic waste.
Battery
The product contains lead-acid batteries that must be processed according to applicable local regulations concerning
batteries.
The battery may be removed to comply with regulations and in view of correct disposal.
The "Material Safety Data Sheets" (MSDS) for the batteries are available on our web site*.
(*) For more information or to contact the Product Environmental manager, use the "Environmental Form" on the site:
www.mgeups.com -> About us -> Environment.
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Introduction
Pictograms
Important instructions that must always be followed.
Information, advice, help.
Visual indication.
Action.
Audio signal.
In the illustrations on the following pages, the symbols below are used:
LED off
LED on
LED flashing
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Contents
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Presentation
1.1
Standard positions ...................................................................................................................... 6
1.2
Tower position ................................................................................................................................ 6
Rack position ................................................................................................................................. 6
Rear panels................................................................................................................................... 7
1.3
Evolution 2500 / 3000 .................................................................................................................... 7
Evolution 1250 / 1750 / 2000 ......................................................................................................... 7
Evolution EXB (optional battery module) ....................................................................................... 7
Control panel................................................................................................................................ 7
Installation
2.1
Unpacking and contents check .................................................................................................. 8
2.2
Installation in tower position ...................................................................................................... 9
2.3
Installation in rack position ........................................................................................................ 9
2.4
Communication ports................................................................................................................ 10
2.5
Connection of RS232 or USB communication port (optional)...................................................... 10
Installation of the communication cards (optional)....................................................................... 10
Characteristics of the contact communication port (optional) ...................................................... 10
Connections with a FlexPDU (Power Distribution Unit) module ................................................11
2.6
Connections with a HotSwap MBP module..............................................................................11
2.7
HotSwap MBP module operation................................................................................................. 12
UPS connection without a FlexPDU or HotSwap MBP module ............................................. 12
Operation
3.1
Start-up and normal operation ................................................................................................. 13
3.2
Operation on battery power ...................................................................................................... 13
3.3
Return of AC input power ......................................................................................................... 14
3.4
UPS shutdown............................................................................................................................ 14
3.5
UPS remote-control functions .................................................................................................. 14
Personalisation using external software ........................................................................... 16
Maintenance
5.1
Troubleshooting......................................................................................................................... 17
5.2
Troubleshooting a UPS equipped with the HotSwap MBP module ............................................. 17
Battery-module replacement .................................................................................................... 18
5.3
Safety recommendations ............................................................................................................. 18
Battery-module removal............................................................................................................... 18
Mounting the new battery module................................................................................................ 19
Maintenance on a UPS equipped with the HotSwap MBP module........................................ 19
5.4
Training centre ........................................................................................................................... 19
Appendices
6.1
Technical specifications............................................................................................................ 20
6.2
Glossary ..................................................................................................................................... 21
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1. Presentation
1.1 Standard positions
Tower position
Dimensions (W x H x D)
in mm
S 1250 RT 2U
S 1750 RT 2U
2000 RT 2U
440 x 86 x 509
S 2500 RT 2U
S 3000 RT 2U
440 x 86 x 634
S 3000 RT 3U
440 x 131 x 484
S EXB 1250/1750 RT 2U
440 x 86 x 509
S EXB 2500/3000 RT 2U
440 x 86 x 634
S EXB 2500/3000 RT 3U
440 x 131 x 484
Weights in kg
Rack position
D
H
W
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S 1250 RT 2U
24.3
S 1750 RT 2U
26.6
2000 RT 2U
25.7
S 2500 RT 2U
33.8
S 3000 RT 2U
33.8
S 3000 RT 3U
34.3
S EXB 1250/1750 RT 2U
30.4
S EXB 2500/3000 RT 2U
41.5
S EXB 2500/3000 RT 3U
41.7
1. Presentation
1.2 Rear panels
Evolution S 2500 / S 3000
1
4
2
3
6
8
7
5
9
10
Evolution S 1250 / S 1750 / 2000
1
4
2
3
6
8
9
5
(1) USB communication port
(2) RS232 communication port
(3) Connector for automatic recognition of an
additional battery module
(4) Slot for optional communication card
(5) Connector for ROO (remote ON/OFF) or
RPO (Remote Power Off) control
(6) Connector for additional battery module
(except Evolution 2000)
(7) 16 A outlet for connection of equipment
(8) Two groups of 2 programmable outlets for
connection of equipment
(9) Groups of 4 outlets for connection of
equipment
(10) Socket for connection to AC-power
source
10
Evolution S EXB (optional battery module)
(12) Connectors for battery modules (to the
UPS or to the other battery modules)
(13) Connectors for automatic recognition of
battery modules
12
12
13
1.3 Control panel
76-100%
51-75%
26-50%
0-25%
20
(20) Bargraph indicating the percent load
(21) Bargraph indicating battery charge level
(22) Programmable outlets 1 are supplied
with power
(23) Programmable outlets 2 are supplied
with power
(24) Lighted ON/OFF button for outlets
(25) Load protected LED
(26) Downgraded operation LED
(27) Load not protected LED
22
1
2
21
23
24
25
26
27
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2. Installation
2.1 Unpacking and contents check
32
31
30
33
34
35
37
36
38
39
40
42
41
43
ETHERNET Settings/Sensor
100M 10M
On = Link
Blink = Act
UPS data
44
RS232
66102
(30) Evolution UPS
Elements supplied depending on the version or optional
(31) connection cable to AC-power source (Evolution S
2500 and S 3000 models only)
(39) 2 supports for the upright position (RT 2U version only)
(32) 2 connection cables for the protected equipment
(33) RS232 communication cable
(40) FlexPDU module (optional)
(41) connection cable between FlexPDU module and UPS
(34) USB communication cable
(42) NMC communication card (optional, standard on Netpack
versions)
(35) 2 systems to secure power plugs
(43) HotSwap MBP module (optional)
(36)Solution-Pac CD-ROM
(44) connection cables between HotSwap MBP module and
UPS
(37) Documentation
(38) Mounting kit for 19-inch bays
Packing materials must be disposed of in compliance with all local regulations concerning waste.
Recycling symbols are printed on the packing materials to facilitate sorting.
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2. Installation
2.2 Installation in tower position
1
1
2
3
Note. The two supports for the upright position are used on the RT 2U version only.
2.3 Installation in rack position
It is advised to first install the battery module, then the power module above.
Follow steps 1 to 4 for module mounting on the rails.
1
1
3
1
2
1
4
2
4
The rails and necessary hardware are supplied by MGE UPS SYSTEMS.
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2. Installation
2.4 Communication ports
Connection of RS232 or USB communication port (optional)
The RS232 and USB communication ports cannot operate simultaneously.
1 - Connect the RS232 (33) or USB (34)
communication cable to the serial or USB
port on the computer equipment.
34
2 - Connect the other end of the
communication cable (33) or (34) to the USB
(1) or RS232 (2) communication port on the
UPS.
33
The UPS can now communicate with MGE
UPS SYSTEMS power management
software.
2
1
Installation of the communication cards (optional, standard on the Netpack versions)
4
Limited-access slot for the
communication card
It is not necessary to shutdown the UPS
before installing a communication card.
1 - Remove the slot cover (4) secured by
screws.
2 - Insert the communication card in the slot.
3 - Secure the card cover with the 2 screws.
Characteristics of the contact communication port (optional)
commun
n.o. n.o.
7 8 9
1 2 3 4 5 6
10
◗ ◗ Pins
n.o.
1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10: not used
2: common (user)
◗ Pin 7: low battery
◗ Pin 8: operation on battery power
◗ Pin 9: UPS ON, equipment supplied
◗ Pin
n.o.: normally open contact
When a signal is activated, the contact is closed between the common (pin 4) and the pin for the corresponding signal.
Contact characteristics (optocoupler)
48 V DC max
◗ Current: 80 mA max
◗ Power: 3.84 W
◗ Voltage:
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2. Installation
2.5 Connection with a FlexPDU (Power Distribution Unit) module (optional)
1 - Evolution S 2500 / S 3000: connect the
UPS input socket (10) to the AC-power
source using the cable (31) supplied.
Evolution S 1250 / S 1750 / 2000: use the
power cable of the protected equipment.
8
Evolution S 2500 / S 3000
7
9
10
31
41
2 - Evolution S 2500 / S 3000: connect the
input socket on the FlexPDU module (48) to
the UPS outlet (7) using the cable (41)
supplied.
Evolution S 1250 / S 1750 / 2000: connect
the input socket on the FlexPDU module
(48) to one of the outlets (9).
The cable and the connectors are marked in
red.
3 - Connect the equipment to the outlets (45),
(46) and (47) on the FlexPDU module. These
outlets differ, depending on the version of the
FlexPDU module.
FlexPDU
45
46
47
48
4 - Fit the connection securing system that
prevents the plugs from being pulled out
accidentally.
2.6 Connection with a HotSwap MBP module (optional)
The HotSwap MBP module makes it possible to service or even replace the UPS without affecting the connected loads
(HotSwap function).
1 - Connect the input socket (56) on the
HotSwap MBP module to the AC-power
source using the cable (31) supplied.
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Evolution S 2500 / S 3000
2 - Connect the UPS input socket (10) to the
"UPS Input" (55) on the HotSwap MBP
module, using the cable (44) supplied. These
cables and the connectors are marked blue.
7
9
10
44
49
BY PASS SWITCH
By-pass
Normal
UPS ON OK to switch
HotSwap MBP
50 51 52
53
54
55
56
31
3 - Evolution S 2500 / S 3000: connect the
UPS outlet (7) to the "UPS Output" (54) on
the HotSwap MBP module, using the cable
(44) supplied.
Evolution S 1250 / S 1750 / 2000: connect
one of the UPS outlets (9) to the "UPS
Output" (54) on the HotSwap MBP module.
These cables and the connectors are marked
in red.
4 - Connect the equipment to the outlets (49)
and (50) on the HotSwap MBP module.
These outlets differ, depending on the
version of the HotSwap MBP module.
Caution. Do not use UPS outlets (8) and (9)
to supply equipment because use of
switch (53) on the HotSwap MBP module
would cut supply to the equipment.
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2. Installation
51
The HotSwap MBP module has a rotary
switch (53) with two positions:
Normal - the load is supplied by the UPS,
Bypass - the load is supplied directly by the
AC-power source.
BY PASS SWITCH
Normal
UPS ON OK to switch
By-pass
HotSwap MBP module operation
52
53
UPS start-up with the HotSwap MBP module
1 - Check that the UPS is correctly connected to the HotSwap MBP module.
2 - Set switch (53) to Normal position.
3 - Start the UPS by pressing the ON/OFF button (24) on the UPS control panel.
The load is supplied by the UPS.
LED (51) "UPS ON - OK to switch" on the HotSwap MBP module goes ON.
HotSwap MBP module test
1 - Set switch (53) to Bypass position and check that the load is still supplied.
2 - Set switch (53) back to Normal position.
2.7 UPS connection without a FlexPDU or HotSwap MBP module
Check that the indications on the name plate located on the back of the UPS correspond to the AC-power source and
the true electrical consumption of the total load.
1 - Evolution S 1250 / S 1750 / 2000:
connect the UPS input socket (10) to the ACpower source using the cable of the protected
equipment.
Evolution S 2500 / S 3000: connect the
supplied cable (31) (250 V - 16 A) to the
socket (10), then to the AC-power source.
2 - Connect the loads to the UPS using the
cables (32).
It is preferable to connect the priority loads to
the four outlets marked (9) and the nonpriority loads to the four outlets marked (8)
that can be programmed in pairs (1 and 2).
For the Evolution S 2500 / S 3000 models,
connect any high-power devices to the 16 A
outlet (7).
7
8
9
35
10
32
31
To program shutdown of outlets (8) during
operation on battery power and thus optimise
the available backup time, the MGE UPS
SYSTEMS communication software is
required.
3 - Fit the connection securing system (35)
that prevents the plugs from being pulled out
accidentally.
Note. The UPS charges the battery as soon as it is connected to the AC-power source, even if button (24) is not pressed.
Once the UPS is connected to the AC-power source, eight hours of charging are required before the battery can
supply the rated backup time.
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3. Operation
3.1 Start-up and normal operation
1
2
21
Press button (24) for approximately 1 second.
The buzzer beeps once and all the LEDs go ON simultaneously.
◗ If AC input power is available, button (24) and LED (25) are ON. The load
is supplied by the AC-power source. Conditions permitting, the UPS runs
a battery test, indicated by LEDs (21) and the buzzer.
◗ If AC input power is not available, button (24) and LEDs (25) and (26) are
ON. The load is supplied by the UPS on battery power.
◗
26
24
25
27
The connected devices are protected by the UPS.
If LED (27) is ON, a fault has occurred (see the "Troubleshooting"
section).
3.2 Operation on battery power
Transfer to battery power
◗ The connected devices continue to be supplied by the UPS when AC
input power is no longer available. The necessary energy is provided by
the battery.
◗ Button (24) and LEDs (25) and (26) are ON.
◗ The audio alarm beeps every ten seconds.
1
2
26
24
25
The connected devices are supplied by the battery.
Low-battery warning
◗
1
◗
Button (24) and LEDs (25) and (26) are ON.
The audio alarm beeps every three seconds.
2
26
24
25
The remaining battery power is low.
Shut down all applications on the connected equipment because
automatic UPS shutdown is imminent.
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3. Operation
End of battery backup time
◗
◗
All the LEDs go OFF.
The audio alarms stops.
The UPS is completely shut down.
3.3 Return of AC input power
Following an outage, the UPS restarts automatically when AC input power returns (unless the restart function has been
disabled via UPS personalisation) and the load is again supplied.
3.4 UPS shutdown
1
Press button (24) for approximately 2 seconds.
2
The devices connected to the UPS are no longer supplied.
24
3.5 UPS remote control functions
Evolution offers a choice between two remote control functions.
◗ RPO: Remote Power Off allow a remote contact to be used to disconnect all the equipment connected to the UPS.
Restarting the UPS requires manual intervention.
◗ ROO: Remote ON/OFF allows remote action of button (24) to shut down the UPS.
These functions are obtained by opening a contact connected between the appropriate pins of connector (5) on the rear panel
of the UPS (see figures below).
5
Remote control connection and test
1 - Check that the UPS is OFF and disconnected from the AC input source.
2 - Remove connector (5) after unscrewing the screws.
3 - Connect a normally closed volt-free contact (60 V DC / 30 V AC max., 20 mA max., 0.75 mm2 cable cross-section) between
the two pins of connector (5) (see diagram).
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3. Operation
5
ROO
Contact open: UPS shutdown
Contact closed: UPS start-up (UPS connected to AC power and AC power is available)
Note. The local ON/OFF control using button (24) overrides the remote-control function.
5
RPO
Contact open: UPS shutdown, LED (26) goes ON
To return to normal operation, deactivate the remote external contact (LED (26) goes OFF) and
restart the UPS by pressing button (24).
4 - Plug connector (5) into the back of the UPS.
5 - Connect and restart the UPS following the previously described procedures.
6 - Activate the external remote shutdown contact to test the function.
Warning. This connector must only be connected to SELV (Safety Extra-Low Voltage) circuits.
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4. Personalisation using external software
Insert the Solution-Pac CD-ROM in the drive.
On the first navigation screen, select "Point to Point solution" and follow the instructions on how to install the Personal
Solution-Pac software.
◗ Then select "Settings", "Advanced settings" and "UPS settings".
Note that the Linux/Unix/MacOS versions of Personal Solution-Pac software do not offer this possibility.
It is possible to modify the settings listed below (detailed comments are available in the Personal Solution-Pac software).
◗
◗
Main-output personalisation
Function
Factory setting
Other available settings
Output voltage on battery power
230 Volts AC
200/208/220/240 Volts AC
Overload alarm threshold
105%
30/50/70%
Function
Factory setting
Other available settings
High threshold for transfer to battery
294 Volts AC
271 to 294 Volts AC
Low threshold for transfer to battery
160 Volts AC
160 to 180 Volts AC
Fader activation threshold
265 Volts AC
244 to 265 Volts AC
Booster activation threshold
184 Volts AC
184 to 207 Volts AC
Maximum input-voltage range
Disabled
Enabled (1)
Function
Factory setting
Other available settings
UPS-sensitivity level
Normal
High or low
Function
Factory setting
Other available settings
Automatic start
Enabled
Disabled
Cold start
Enabled
Disabled
Forced shutdown
Enabled
Disabled
Energy-savings mode
Disabled
Enabled
UPS ON/OFF controlled by software
Enabled
Disabled
Battery level before restart
0%
0 to 100%
Function
Factory setting
Other available settings
Battery-test intervals
Weekly
No test / daily test / monthly test
Low-battery warning
20%
0 to 100%
Battery protection against deep discharge
Enabled
Disabled
Audio alarm
Enabled
Disabled
Additional battery module (Evolution S models only)
Automatic detection of number
of battery modules
For specific batteries, from 25
to 81 Ah
Voltage-threshold personalisation
(1) Low threshold for transfer to battery is 150 V.
UPS-sensitivity personalisation
UPS ON/OFF personalisation
Battery personalisation
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5. Maintenance
5.1 Troubleshooting
Indication
Diagnostic
Correction
1
When the UPS is started using button
(24), all the LEDs go ON once and the
buzzer beeps once, then LED (26)
remains ON.
The remote power off (RPO)
contact has been activated to shut
down the UPS and now prevents
restart.
Set the contact back to its normal
position and press button (24) to
restart.
2
Button (24) and LEDs (25) and (26) are
ON and all the LEDs on bargraph (20)
flash.
The percent load is greater than the
set overload level or UPS capacity.
Check the power drawn by the
connected devices and disconnect
any non-priority devices. Check the
overload level setting.
3
Button (24) and LED (27) are ON and
all the LEDs on bargraph (20) are
flashing.
A critical overload has occurred on
the UPS output. If AC input power
fails, the load will not be supplied in
battery mode.
Check the power drawn by the
connected devices and disconnect
any non-priority devices.
4
LED (27) is ON and all the LEDs on
bargraph (21) are flashing.
A battery fault has been detected
during the automatic test.
Replace the battery module (see
section 5.2, Battery-module
replacement).
5
LED (27) alone is ON and the buzzer
sounds continuously.
A UPS internal fault has occurred
and the load is not supplied.
Call the after-sales support
department.
Troubleshooting a UPS equipped with the HotSwap MBP module
Indication
Diagnostic
Correction
6
The load is no longer supplied when
the rotary switch (49) on the HotSwap
MBP module is set to Bypass position.
◗
The protected devices are
connected to the UPS output
instead of to the HotSwap MBP
module.
◗ The AC-power cord is connected
to the UPS input instead of to the
HotSwap MBP module.
Check the wiring between the UPS
and the HotSwap MBP module (see
section 2.6).
7
The load is no longer supplied when
the rotary switch (49) on the HotSwap
MBP module is set to Normal position.
◗
The UPS is shut down.
The wiring between the UPS and
the HotSwap MBP module is
incorrect.
Start the UPS.
Check the wiring between the UPS
and the HotSwap MBP module (see
section 2.6).
The load is no longer supplied after
AC-power fails.
◗
The rotary switch (49) on the
HotSwap MBP module is set to
Bypass position.
◗ The wiring between the UPS and
the HotSwap MBP module is
incorrect.
Set the rotary switch (49) on the
HotSwap MBP module to Normal
position.
◗ Check the wiring between the UPS
and the HotSwap MBP module (see
section 2.6).
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◗
◗
◗
◗
If a fault leads to UPS shutdown, press the ON/OFF button (24) to clear the fault.
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5. Maintenance
5.2 Battery-module replacement
Safety recommendations
The battery can cause electrocution and high short-circuit currents. The following safety precautions are required
before servicing the battery components:
◗ Remove watches, rings, bracelets and all other metal objects from the hands and arms,
◗ Use tools with an insulated handle.
Battery-module removal
A - Unscrew the left-hand side of the front
panel (two screws).
B - Remove the part.
B
A
C - Disconnect the battery block by
separating the two connectors (never pull on
the wires).
C
D - Remove the metal protection cover in
front of the battery (two screws).
D
E - Pull the plastic tab to remove the battery
block and replace it.
E
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5. Maintenance
Mounting the new battery module
Carry out the above instructions in reverse order.
◗ To
ensure safety and high performance, use only batteries supplied by MGE UPS SYSTEMS.
care to firmly press together the two parts of the connector during remounting.
◗ Take
5.3 Maintenance on a UPS equipped with the HotSwap MBP module
8
7
9
10
44
49
BY PASS SWITCH
By-pass
Normal
UPS ON OK to switch
HotSwap MBP
50 51 52
53
54
55
56
31
The HotSwap MBP module makes it
possible to service or even replace the UPS
without affecting the connected loads
(HotSwap function).
Maintenance
1 - Set switch (53) to Bypass position. The red
LED on the HotSwap MBP module goes ON,
indicating that the load is supplied directly
with AC input source power.
2 - Stop the UPS by pressing the ON/OFF
button (24) on the UPS control panel. LED
(51) "UPS ON - OK to switch" goes OFF, the
UPS can now be disconnected and replaced.
Return to normal operation
1 - Check that the UPS is correctly connected
to the HotSwap MBP module.
2 - Start the UPS by pressing the ON/OFF
button (24) on the UPS control panel. LED
(51) "UPS ON - OK to switch" on the
HotSwap MBP module goes ON (otherwise,
there is a connection error between the
HotSwap MBP module and the UPS).
3 - Set switch (53) to Normal position. The red
LED on the HotSwap MBP module goes
OFF.
5.4 Training centre
To fully master operation of your MGE UPS SYSTEMS product and carry out level 1 servicing, see our complete range of
technical training courses, available in both French and English.
50 Hz training centre
60 Hz training centre
MGE UPS SYSTEMS
140 avenue Jean-Kuntzmann
Zirst - Montbonnot St-Martin
38334 St-Ismier Cedex FRANCE
MGE UPS SYSTEMS
1660 Scenic Avenue
Costa Mesa CA 92626 USA
Tel. +33 (0)4 76 18 34 14
Fax +33 (0)4 76 18 45 21
training@mgeups.com
www.mgepowerlearning.com
(Catalogue and registration available on line)
Tel. +1 714 557 1637
Fax +1 714 437 9072
technical.training@mgeups.com
www.mgepowerlearning.com
(Catalogue and registration available on line)
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6. Appendices
6.1 Technical specifications
Filter
Transformer
(AVR)
Charger
Inverter
Battery
Output power
Evolution S
1250
Evolution S
1750
Evolution
2000
Evolution S
2500
Evolution S
3000
1250VA/1150W
1750VA/1600W
2000VA/1600W
2500VA/2250W
3000VA/2700W
AC input power
◗ Rated input voltage
◗ Input-voltage range
◗ Input-frequency range
Single phase 220~240 V
160 V to 294 V (1)
47 to 70 Hz (50 Hz system), 56.5 to 70 Hz (60 Hz system) (2)
Output on battery power
◗ Voltage
◗ Frequency
Battery (sealed lead acid,
maintenance free)
◗ Standard
◗Additional modules possible
(up to 4 EXB)
230 V (+6/-10%) (3)
50/60 Hz ±0.1%
4 x 12 V
7.2 Ah
4 x 12 V - 9 Ah
Evolution S EXB 1250/1750 (4)
Environment
◗ Operating temperature
range
◗ Storage temperature range
◗ Relative humidity
◗ Noise
level
6 x 12 V
7.2 Ah
No
6 x 12 V
9 Ah
Evolution EXB S 2500/3000 (5)
0 to 40°C
-25°C to 40°C
20 to 90% (without condensation)
< 45 dBA
< 50 dBA
(1) The high and low thresholds can be adjusted using Personal Solution-Pac software.
(2) Up to 40 Hz in low-sensitivity mode (programmable using Personal Solution-Pac software.
(3) Adjustable to 200 V (10% derating of output power) / 208 V / 220 V / 230 V / 240 V.
(4) Battery Evolution S EXB 1250/1750: 2 strings, each 4 x 12 V / 9 Ah.
(5) Battery Evolution S EXB 2500/3000: 2 strings, each 6 x 12 V / 9 Ah.
When the appliance is used in EU area, use an external circuit breaker in front of line with rating 16A, 250V which is IEC/EN
60898-1 standard compliant;
When the appliance is used in America area, use an external circuit breaker in front of line with rating 20A, 250V.
This product is designed for IT power distribution system.
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6. Appendices
6.2 Glossary
Backup time
Time during which the load can be supplied by the UPS operating on battery power.
Battery test
Internal UPS test to check battery status.
Booster mode
Automatic UPS mode that steps up the AC voltage if it is too low, to a level above the
personalised set-point, without discharging the battery.
Bypass AC input
Bypass line from the AC-power source, controlled by the UPS, used to directly supply the load if
an overload or a malfunction occurs on the UPS.
Cold start
The devices connected to the UPS can be started even if AC input power is not available. The
UPS operates on battery power alone.
Deep discharge
Battery discharge beyond the permissible limit, resulting in irreversible damage to the battery.
Fader mode
Automatic UPS mode that steps down the AC voltage if it is too high, to a level below the
personalised set-point, without discharging the battery.
FlexPDU
Module with UPS outlets for installation in a bay. There are different modules with different types
of outlets.
HotSwap MBP
UPS manual-bypass module for maintenance. There are different modules with different types of
outlets.
Load
Devices or equipment connected to the UPS output.
Low-battery warning
This is a battery-voltage level indicating that battery power is low and that the user must take
action in light of the imminent break in the supply of power to the load.
Normal AC input
The AC-power line supplying the UPS under normal conditions.
Percent load
Ratio of the power effectively drawn by the load to the maximum output of the UPS.
Personalisation
It is possible to modify certain UPS parameters set in the factory. Certain UPS functions can also
be modified by the Personal Solution-Pac software to better suit user needs.
Programmable
outlets
Controllable outlets for automatic load shedding, remote shutdown and sequential restart
(personalised using Personal Solution-Pac software.
UPS
Uninterruptible Power System.
UPS ON/OFF
controlled by
software
This function enables or disables initiation of UPS ON/OFF control sequences by computer
power-management software.
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