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User Guide and Instruction Manual

PS-SP Series 3:1, 1030 kVA


INPUT:

3X220 VAC
OUTPUT: 220 VAC, 192 VDC
WITH BYPASS ISOLATION TRANSFORMER (OPTION)

Release 1.1, January 2009

Har Hotzvim Industrial Park


14 Hartom St., PO Box 45029, Jerusalem 91450, Israel
Tel: +972-2-588-8222 Fax: +972-2-582-8875
Email: info@gamatronic.co.il Website: www.gamatronic.com

Gamatronic Electronic Industries Ltd.


Har Hotzvim Industrial Park
14 Hartom St., PO Box 45029, Jerusalem 91450 Israel
Tel: +972-2-588-8222 Fax: +972-2-582-8875
Email: info@gamatronic.co.il Website: www.gamatronic.com

The equipment described in this document is not intended for use in connection
with any application requiring fail-safe performance, unless the application
design includes appropriate redundancy. This exclusion includes the operation
of nuclear power facilities, air traffic control or navigation systems, weapons
control systems, life-support systems, or any other system whose failure could
lead to injury, death, environmental damage or mass destruction.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ...................................................................................... 1
1.1 Dos .............................................................................................................. 1
1.2 Donts........................................................................................................... 1
2. GENERAL FEATURES ......................................................................................... 2
2.1 Major Subsystems ...................................................................................... 3
2.1.1 Rectifier/Charger................................................................................. 3
2.1.2 Batteries............................................................................................... 3
2.1.3 Inverter................................................................................................. 3
2.1.4 Static Switch........................................................................................ 3
2.1.5 Control System ................................................................................... 3
2.2 Control Panel .............................................................................................. 4
2.3 Power On Self Tests ................................................................................... 5
2.4 Measurement............................................................................................... 5
2.5 Real-Time..................................................................................................... 6
2.6 Communications......................................................................................... 6
2.7 Event Logs .................................................................................................. 6
2.8 Ease of Use ................................................................................................. 6
2.9 Battery Check.............................................................................................. 6
2.10 Service Mode............................................................................................... 6
2.11 Connections ................................................................................................ 6
2.12 Parallel Operation (Option) ........................................................................ 7
2.12.1 Centralized vs. Decentralized Static Switch..................................... 7
3. CONTROL PANEL & INDICATORS ..................................................................... 9
3.1 Function buttons on the smaller cabinets ............................................. 11
3.2 Information Buttons ................................................................................. 11
3.3 The Control Panel on the Larger Cabinet ............................................... 15
3.3.1 Function Buttons on the Larger Cabinet ........................................ 15
3.3.2 Information Buttons on the Larger Cabinet ................................... 16
3.4 The LOG, SET, and HELP Buttons for All Models ................................. 20
3.4.1 System Fault Diagnostics ................................................................ 23
3.5 LED Indicators .......................................................................................... 25
3.6 Terminal Connections .............................................................................. 26
4. OPERATING THE PS SERIES UPS ................................................................. 27
4.1 Turning the UPS ON ................................................................................. 27
4.2 Turning the UPS OFF ............................................................................... 27
4.3 Activating MAINTENANCE BYPASS (Optional) ..................................... 28
4.4 Deactivating MAINTENANCE BYPASS (Optional) ................................. 28
4.5 Setting the Real-Time Clock .................................................................... 29
4.6 RS232 Interface......................................................................................... 29
4.7 The Alarm Interface .................................................................................. 30
4.8 Remote Monitor Box (Optional)............................................................... 32
4.8.1 Connecting the Monitor Box to the UPS MS/MP ............................ 32
5. TROUBLESHOOTING......................................................................................... 33
6. SITE PREPARATION .......................................................................................... 36
6.1 Site Preparation and Considerations...................................................... 36
6.2 Accessibility.............................................................................................. 36
6.3 Circuit Breakers ........................................................................................ 36
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7. INSTALLATION ...................................................................................................37
7.1 Installation Procedure...............................................................................37
8. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ..........................................................................39
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LIST OF FIGURES
Figure 1: UPS Operational Schematic ...................................................................................2
Figure 2: Control panel on smaller units (PC074).................................................................4
Figure 3: Control panel on medium-sized units (PC075) .....................................................4
Figure 4: Control panel on the larger units (PC085).............................................................5
Figure 5: Special parallel communication cable...................................................................7
Figure 6: Cabling for centralized ST.SW. configuration ......................................................8
Figure 7: Cabling for decentralized ST.SW. configuration ..................................................8
Figure 8: PC074 console .........................................................................................................9
Figure 9: PC075 console .........................................................................................................9
Figure 10: PC085 console .....................................................................................................10
Figure 11: Control panel on the larger cabinet ...................................................................15
Figure 12: LOG Messages Structure....................................................................................20
Figure 13: Active Current Sharing........................................................................................24
Figure 14: Voltage Correction...............................................................................................24
Figure 15: LED indicators on the PC074 and PC075 cabinets ..........................................25
Figure 16: LED indicators on the PC085 cabinet ................................................................25
Figure 17: Terminal connections on the stand-alone model.............................................26
Figure 18: Local-direct connection for monitoring and control........................................29
Figure 19: RS232 Connector Pin Assignment.....................................................................30
Figure 20: Troubleshooting flowchart .................................................................................34
Figure 21: PC Board Check Points & Voltage Ranges.......................................................35

LIST OF FIGURES
Table 1: Log Variables ...........................................................................................................21
Table 2: LED indicators and their meaning .........................................................................25
Table 3: Minimum recommended wire grades (cross-sectional area) .............................37

STANDARDS AND CONVENTIONS


This manual contains diagrams which include images of the LCD display screen of the
UPS. Unless otherwise indicated, the readings shown in the screen images are
representational only, and are not intended to match the readings on a specific
system in a particular environment.

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1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
1.1

Dos

Read this manual carefully before operating the UPS.

Review the safety precautions described below to avoid damaging users or


equipment.

Install the UPS in a clean and well-ventilated location.

Leave at least 20 cm of clearance space between the ventilation holes of the


UPS and other objects or walls.

The UPS must be well grounded to the buildings grounding system with a
conductor that has a current carrying capacity that matches the rating of the
UPS.

If the unit contains an external battery cabinet, periodically check the grounding
connection between the external cabinet and the main UPS cabinet. (The
batterys cabinet body must be connected with the grounding screw located on
the rear panel of the electronic cabinet.)

Use the UPS only for its intended purpose.

Allow only qualified technicians to service the UPS. There are no userserviceable components. Do not try to repair it yourself!

WARNING
Appropriate precautions should be taken during inspection and servicing as
there is a risk of lethal electric shock. (The battery cabinet contains a series of
12-Volt batteries that provide high voltage and energy in the UPS body even
when the UPS is not connected to the electricity mains.)

1.2

Donts

Do not open the cover under any circumstances.

Do not insert any objects through the ventilation holes.

Do not put objects on the UPS.

Do not move the UPS while it is operating.

Do not turn the UPS upside down during transportation.

Do not connect or disconnect the cable to the battery cabinet before the battery
circuit breaker is turned off.

Do not turn on the battery circuit breaker when the battery cabinet is
disconnected from the UPS.

WARNING
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2. GENERAL FEATURES
The PS Series 3:1 Phase, Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) employs Pulse Width
Modulation (PWM) and is controlled by a 16-bit micro-controller, to provide reliable,
sophisticated protection for every type of line fluctuation, including interruption of the
mains (electrical) supply.

Figure 1: UPS Operational Schematic

In case of a power failure, the UPS provides backup power for a specific period of time.
The unit is oriented to operate like module in parallel with similar Gamatronic UPS
systems. The load is shared between the units. The parallel system is the most reliable
energy source for any critical load. If the system uses N+1 UPS units (the redundant
parallel system), the output voltage is not interrupted even if one of the units is faulty. If
the parallel system is equipped with additional Gamatronic Static Switch unit, the output
voltage is not interrupted even if more than one UPS is faulty.
The Gamatronic parallel UPS system contains the following features:

Each UPS is equipped with its own battery set

Up to 10 units can be connected in parallel

The system is user-friendly. Its operation is simple and requires no previous technical
knowledge. The UPS operates on-line and once activated, the unit provides voltage of
220 V at a stabilized 60 Hz frequency to any practical load.
When backup service is provided (on main line power breakdown), the UPS is powered
by batteries and maintains a constant output voltage supply. The system informs the
operator by means of LED indicators and audible signals of the occurrence of a power
failure.

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An LCD display on the UPS front panel provides real-time, current operational status
providing the user with complete information regarding the operational status of the
UPS.
Using an RS232 communications port, similar status information may be viewed on a
computer monitor. Additionally, the system may be connected to a remote location via
a modem and a telephone line.
The unit consists of two major subsystems:

Electronic Cabinet, including all electronic devices: charger, inverter, static


switch, microprocessor board, panel, etc.

Battery Cabinets, including batteries and circuit breaker.

2.1

Major Subsystems

The device consists of the following modules:

2.1.1

Rectifier/Charger

The Rectifier/charger supplies stabilized DC voltage to the device at 216 2V

2.1.2

Batteries

The batteries are connected to the charger output and supply voltage during power
failures. The batteries are housed in the battery cabinets. The UPS include n internal
2-pole Battery circuit breaker as shown in figure 1.

2.1.3

Inverter

The inverter receives a DC voltage from the charger or batteries and supplies a
regulated, frequency-stabilized, AC voltage (power). The inverter incorporates an IGBT
transistorized bridge; driver, (PC968 board), an L-C filter circuit, isolated output
transformer circuit, current transformer, PC906 board, and a PC801 control board.

2.1.4

Static Switch

In case the inverter can't supply the load with the correct voltage (i.e. because of
overload, inrush current on connecting the load, inverter malfunction, etc.), the
ST.SW/Bypass automatically transfers the load from the inverter to the mains without
voltage interruption or disturbance. When the UPS is in BYPASS mode, the load draws
power directly from the mains, bypassing the inverter. The ST.SW automatically
switches the load back to the inverter when inverter's output voltage returns to normal.
The inverter is synchronized with the mains in both frequency and phase to ensure
correct operation of the static switch. The static switch includes PC690/PC920 boards
and RA101 - RA103 contactors.

2.1.5

Control System

The control system performs the following functions:


a. Tests input, bypass, inverter, battery voltage, output current, input/output
signal frequency, and temperature.
b. Controls the inverter and the bypass contactorRA101and manages
the static switch and charger voltage during battery tests.
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c. Controls the ALARM interface.


d. Reads the panel keyboard and sends messages to the front panel LCD
display.
e. Communicates with devices via the RS232 interface.
The control system includes the PC801 control board, PC075 panel board, PC873
power supply, current, and temperature sensors. Measured voltages and currents are
connected to the control board via the PC800 interface board.

2.2

Control Panel

The UPS is equipped with an LCD-display and touch pad control panel that enables the
user to effectively manage the UPS. Once the UPS is installed, the control panel
serves as the users primary interface with the system. Messages, warnings and error
conditions are relayed to the user through the control panels LCD display and through
audible alarms.

Figure 2: Control panel on smaller units (PC074)

Figure 3: Control panel on medium-sized units (PC075)

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Figure 4: Control panel on the larger units (PC085)

2.3

Power On Self Tests

The UPS automatically performs a series of diagnostic tests when initially powered on.

2.4

Measurement

The user can receive real-time information regarding the units operation and condition
simply by pressing the appropriate status buttonthe real-time results are displayed on
the front LCD panel. A sample display follows.

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2.5

Real-Time

The system includes a real-time clock and calendar that sequentially manage the log
file and provides the user with historical data. This information is accessible via the
LCD display or, optionally, through the RS-232 communications port.

2.6

Communications

The UPS relays all the measured data and events of the log file through an RS232
communications port to a host computer or, using a modem connected to a telephone
line, to a remote location, or via GMAC or GMACi, proprietary SNMP agents, for
network access.

2.7

Event Logs

The system compiles a listing of up to 256 extraordinary events of the mains, unit and
load during operation. This data is written to the log file and can be accessed easily at
any time through the display panel or computer (optional). This information is very
useful for maintenance and analyzing performance statistics.

2.8

Ease of Use

The UPS includes an on-line help feature that explains the systems features and
describes each of the LCD control buttons and indicators.

2.9

Battery Check

The unit automatically and continuously checks the battery cabinet connection with the
UPS.

2.10

Service Mode

The UPS has a technicians SERVICE MODE that is password protected. Access to
the service mode is only permitted after the technician successfully enters an assigned
password.

2.11

Connections

All connectionsconnection panel, input, output, and ST. SW are accessed via the
rear panel of the UPS.

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2.12

Parallel Operation (Option)

Each UPS can optionally operate in parallel with similar units as part of a modular UPS
system. Up to 10 units can be connected in parallel.
Special technical solutions are used to synchronize all the units of the system, to
prevent circulation of energy between the UPS units and to isolate the faulty unit from
the common power bus. In addition, an active current sharing circuit changes the
output voltage of each UPS to provide proportional load sharing between the units.
One of the system's units takes on the function of Master. This unit is synchronized to
the mains power. The other units are Slaves and follow the Master. The function of
Master is not dedicated to one of the units. Any normally functioning UPS can be the
Master.

2.12.1

Centralized vs. Decentralized Static Switch

The UPS employs a Static Switch for functional over-ride. In parallel mode there are 2
possible options of Static Switch operation, centralized and decentralized.
In decentralized mode each UPS includes its own Static Switch which works
independently. However, if one UPS were to fail, the Static Switch would instantly be
triggered and supply the load directly from the mains. This would connect the inverter
of the other UPS directly to the mains which could potentially damage the other UPS.
Therefore, as illustrated below, (Figure 7A) to avoid such a hazard in decentralized
mode, the Static Switches are synchronized using a 3-wire cable.
For additional security, a second option is available as a centralized Static Switch. As
illustrated below, (Figure 7C) there is only one Static Switch (in a separate housing) for
the entire system. This method goes a long way in increasing system reliability,
because the output voltage is constant even if both UPSs are disconnected.

Figure 5: Special parallel communication cable

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Figure 6: Cabling for centralized ST.SW. configuration

Figure 7: Cabling for decentralized ST.SW. configuration

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3. CONTROL PANEL & INDICATORS


The control panel serves as an interface between the UPS and the user. Real-time
information is displayed visually and audibly. Textual information is presented through
the LCD display. Messages notifying of alarm conditions are reinforced with an audible
alarm to alert the user of extraordinary circumstances.
The LCD control panel includes function buttons for controlling the unit and
informational buttons for reporting the status of the UPS.
The console model will be either PC074 (Figure 8), PC075 (Figure 9), or PC085 (. The
two consoles have the same functionality; the placement of their buttons and LEDs is
slightly different.
In some of the diagrams throughout this user manual only one of the console models is
shown, for simplicitys sake.
The control panels of the smaller and medium cabinets (PC074 and PC075) are very
similar to each other. The control panel of the larger cabinet (PC085) is rather different
in arrangement. Because of this, the PC074 and PC075 panels are explained together
in section XXXX, and the PC075 panel is described separately in section XXX.

Figure 8: PC074 console

Figure 9: PC075 console


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Figure 10: PC085 console

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3.1

Function buttons on the smaller cabinets

BUTTON

DESCRIPTION

UPS OFF
Pressing the UPS OFF button turns off the UPS. Confirmation of this action is
required. Wait 2 seconds, and confirm it by pressing UPS OFF again.

UPS ON
Pressing the UPS ON button turns on the UPS and sequentially displays the results
of the start-up diagnostic tests

ALARM OFF
Pressing the ALARM OFF button silences the alarm that sounds when there is a
system fault. If another fault occurs, the alarm returns to active mode.
Note: The ALARM LED remains lit until the problem is resolved to notify users
about the continued existence of a system fault.

BATTERY TEST
Pressing the BATTERY TEST button manually initiates a battery test. The unit also
continuously checks the battery cabinet connection with the UPS. Battery checks
are automatically performed at the following times:

Upon start-up
Every 200 hours of accumulated operating time
After battery cabinet reconnection (following a disconnection)

INV
Pressing the INV button connects the inverter to the output, manually taking the
UPS out of BYPASS mode.
Note: There is no display associated with this action.

B/P
Pressing the B/P button connects the mains to the output, putting the unit into
BYPASS mode. The unit requires confirmation of this action. Wait approximately 2
seconds, and confirm the selection by pressing the B/P button a second time.

3.2

Information Buttons

The UPS continually monitors its operational status. The user can display real-time
information about this status by pressing the appropriate information button. If an alarm
is triggered, the information buttons (except for LOG and ?) display information for
approximately 10 seconds, after which the LCD display reverts to the default STATUS
display.
The UPS maintains an event history in its log. The log can be accessed by pressing the
LOG button or, alternatively, by a computer through the optional RS232 connection or
at a remote location via modem communications.
Where appropriate, the LCD display provides information per R, S, and T phase and for
both voltage and current.
Sample LCD displays are presented below.

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IN (Input)
Press the IN button to display the
units input voltage.

NOTE: Input current current display is


available as an option.

B/P (Bypass)
Press the B/P button to display the
units bypass voltage and current.

INV (Inverter)
Press the INV button to display the
unit's inverter voltage and current.

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OUT (Output)
Press the OUT button to display the
units output voltage and current.

FREQ (Frequency)
Press the FREQ button to display the
units output and bypass frequency.

The operating inverter frequency is determined by the bypass frequency when operating
normally. Otherwise, the inverter frequency is determined by the quartz oscillator and
should be set at 50/60 Hz.

BATT (Battery)
Press the BATT button
to display the battery voltage.

Note: Battery current display is also


available as an option

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TIME
Press the TIME button to display the
units current day/month (DD/MM), and
current time (HH:MM:SS).

STAT (Status)
Press the STAT button to display the
units status and accumulated working
time (HHHHH:MM:SS).
For status and fault analysis, see
System Fault Diagnostics on page 23.

Note: This is the UPSs default display.


TEMP (Temperature)
Press the TEMP button to display the
status of the unit's heatsink
temperature.

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3.3

The Control Panel on the Larger Cabinet

The control panel has 6 function buttons for controlling the unit and 12 information
buttons for reporting the status of the UPS.

Figure 11: Control panel on the larger cabinet

3.3.1

Function Buttons on the Larger Cabinet

BUTTON

DESCRIPTION

UPS ON/OFF
When the UPS is OFF, pressing the UPS ON/OFF button turns on the UPS and
sequentially displays the results of the start-up diagnostic tests
When the UPS is ON, pressing the UPS ON/OFF button turns off the UPS.
Confirmation of this action is required. Wait 2 seconds, and confirm it by pressing
UPS OFF again.

BATTERY TEST
BATT
TEST

Pressing the BATTERY TEST button manually initiates a battery test. The unit also
continuously checks the battery cabinet connection with the UPS. Battery checks
are automatically performed at the following times:

Upon start-up
Every 200 hours of accumulated operating time
After battery cabinet reconnection (following a disconnection)

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B/P INV
B/P
INV

When the UPS is in Inverter mode, pressing the B/P INV button connects the
mains to the output, putting the unit into Bypass mode. The unit requires
confirmation of this action. Wait approximately 2 seconds, and confirm the selection
by pressing the B/P INVbutton a second time.
When the UPS is in Bypass mode, pressing the B/P INV button connects the
inverter to the output, manually taking the UPS out of Bypass mode.
Note: There is no display associated with this action.

ALARM OFF
Pressing the ALARM OFF button silences the alarm that sounds when there is a
system fault. If another fault occurs, the alarm returns to active mode.
Note: The ALARM LED remains lit until the problem is resolved to notify users
about the continued existence of a system fault.

3.3.2 Information Buttons on the Larger Cabinet


The UPS continually monitors its operational status. The user can display real-time
information about this status by pressing the appropriate information button. If an alarm
is triggered, the information buttons (except for LOG and ?) display information for
approximately 10 seconds, after which the LCD display reverts to the default STATUS
display.
The UPS maintains an event history in its log. The log can be accessed by pressing the
LOG button or, alternatively, by a computer using the optional RS232 connection, or
from a remote location via a modem.
Where appropriate, the LCD display provides information for the R, S, and T phases
and for voltage and current.
Sample LCD displays are presented below.

IN (Input)
Press the IN button to display
the units Input Voltage.

NOTE: Input current current


display is available as an
option.

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B/P (Bypass)
Press the B/P button to display
the units bypass voltage and
current.

INV (Inverter)
Press the INV button to display
the unit's Inverter Voltage and
Current.

OUT (Output)
Press the OUT button to display
the units Output Voltage and
Current.

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FREQ (Frequency)
Press the FREQ button to
display the units Bypass and
Inverter Frequency.

The operating inverter frequency is determined by the bypass frequency when operating
normally. Otherwise, the inverter frequency is determined by the quartz oscillator and should
be set at 50/60 Hz.

BATT (Battery)
Press the BATT button
to display the battery voltage.

Note: Battery current display is


also available as an option

TIME
Press the TIME button to
display the units current
day/month (DD/MM), and
current time (HH:MM:SS).
To set the proper time or date
use the SET button, described
on page 21.

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STAT (Status)
Press the STAT button to
display the units status and
accumulated working time
(HHHHH:MM:SS).
For status and fault analysis,
see System Fault Diagnostics
on page 23.

Note: This is the default display.


TEMP (Temperature)
Press the TEMP button to
display the status of the unit's
thermosensors.

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3.4 The LOG, SET, and HELP Buttons for All Models
LOG
Pressing the LOG button displays the units event log, which contains information about
the last extraordinary events of the mains, unit and load that occurred while the unit was
operating.
The log contains the 256 most recent events, each of which can be perused using the up
arrow
Each log occupies 2 windows. The first window to appear is the first part of the most
recent fault. Press the down arrow
to view the second window of the event.
; pressing the up
To view the 1st window of a previous event, press the up arrow
arrow once again will show the 1st window of the event previous to that. The down arrow
will show the second window. See the cycle in Figure 12 below.

Figure 12: LOG Messages Structure

To view the contents of the log:


Press the LOG button to enter LOG
mode.
Press the arrow buttons to scroll
through the information recorded in
the log.

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Each log entry occupies two pages (two "screenfuls"); use the up and down arrow keys
to navigate the pages of the log file.
The first screen provides a description of the event with date and time. The
second screen shows the log number, variable values and fault results. The log
variables include typical UPS parameters for the event, listed in Table 1.
Table 1: Log Variables

Event

LOG Variable

Overload

Sum of currents in all phases

Inverter fault

Vinv (average inverter voltage) in all phases

Bypass fault

Vbyp (average bypass voltage) in all phases where


there is a bypass voltage fault
or
Hz (Frequency) where there is a bypass frequency
fault

Input fault

Average Vin on all phases

High temperature

Temperature C

Rectifier fault, battery low

DC voltage

Other fault

Average Vout for all phases

Faults are represented as a hexadecimal word comprising 16 bits:


Bit 0:
Bit 1:
Bit 2:
Bit 3:
Bit 4:
Bit 5:
Bit 6:
Bit 7:
Bit 8:
Bit 9:
Bit 10:
Bit 11:

1 = Overload
Inverter
Bypass
Rectifier
Input
Phase sequence
Temperature
Battery test failure
Output
Load on bypass
Circulation (for parallel)
Slave receive failure (parallel only)

For example, fault 0009H = 0000000000001001 binary which translates as overload and
battery test failure.

SET (Time Mode)


Pressing this button sets the units real-time clock (see section 4.5 on page 29).

"?" (Help Button)


Pressing this button provides on-line configuration data for display purposes.
Note: Configuration can be modified in service mode only
Use the UP and DOWN arrows to scroll through the information.

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The following messages are presented:

Model type: True on-line UPS, model name etc.)

Serial number

Nominal power

Number of phases in and out

Nominal input and output voltage between phase and neutral

Voltage range of input and bypass

Nominal output current per phase

Nominal output frequency

Frequency tracking range when the inverter is synchronized to the


bypass

Number of batteries connected in series

Nominal capacity of each battery (for use in calculating backup duration


where the battery current meter option is installed)

DC shutdown voltage in battery discharge mode

Bypass: YES for option with bypass, NO for option without bypass

Rectifier: YES for UPS, NO for DC/AC inverter

Distance shutdown: YES if EPO and shutdown via interface alarm and
RS232 are supported, NO if shutdown is inhibited

Par. Operation: YES for parallel UPS, NO for stand-alone UPS

Load LED bar: Triple for panel with 3 LED bars, Single for one integral
bar

Input current meter: YES for specified option, NO as standard

Battery current meter: YES for specified option, NO as standard

Date of manufacture: Format DD/MM/YY

Date of last battery installation: Format DD/MM/YY

Software version number

To quit the help, press the ? button once again.

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3.4.1

System Fault Diagnostics

Select the STAT button and press the down arrow


. The display will show 2 bytes
representing the FAULT (see LOG on page 20) followed by two bytes (each of 8 bits)
are now on display, each representing the STATE and the INSTRUCTION.
To use the hexadecimal indicators, make a note of the bit representations.
The STATE byte indications are as follows:
Bit 0:
Bit 1:
Bit 3:
Bit 4:
Bit 5:

UPS power
Load supply
Audible alarm
Load transfer
Battery check

1 = ON, 0 = OFF
1 = On bypass, 0 = On inverter
1 = Disabled, 0 = Enabled
1 = In progress, 0 = Pending
1 = In progress, 0 = Pending

The INSTRUCTION byte indications are as follows:


Bit 0: UPS power 1 = ON, 0 = OFF
Bit 1: Load supply 1 = On bypass, 0 = On inverter
Bit 5: Battery check 1 = In progress, 0 = Pending
, and 9 bytes are displayed on
To view fault condition details, press the down arrow
the panel:
Byte 1 shows input diagnostics. Indications are as follows:
Bit 0:
Bit 1:
Bit 3:
Bit 7:

1 = Fault is in phase R
1 = Fault is in phase S
1 = Fault is in phase T
1 = Fault exists

Byte 2 shows the result of bypass symptoms analysis.


Byte 3 shows result of inverter symptoms analysis.
Byte 4 shows output voltage diagnostics. Indications are as per byte 1.
Byte 5 shows DC voltage diagnostics. Indications are as follows:
Bit 0:
Bit 1:
Bit 2:
Bit 3:
Bit 4:
Bit 6:
Bit 7:

1 = Battery is currently discharging


1 = Battery is discharged
1 = Battery is disconnected
1 = Battery check failed
1 = Excessive current difference in battery sets. (Option)
1 = Rectifier failure
1 = Fault exists

Byte 6 shows measured temperature diagnostics. Indications are as follows:


Bit 0:
Bit 1:
Bit 2:
Bit 7:

1 = Shutdown limit exceeded


1 = Alarm limit exceeded
1 = Fault detected by bi-metal temperature sensor
1 = Fault exists

Byte 7 shows bypass frequency diagnostics:


Bit 0: 1 = Bypass frequency incorrect
Byte 8 shows over-current diagnostics. Indications are as follows:
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Bit 0:
Bit 1:
Bit 2:
Bit 7:

1 = Over-current detected in phase R


1 = Over-current detected in phase S
1 = Over-current detected in phase T
1 = Fault exists

Byte 9 shows load transferring diagnostics. Indications are as follows:


Bit 0:
Bit 1:
Bit 2:
Bit 3:
Bit 4:
Bit 5:
Bit 6:

1 = Transferring started
1 = Inverter is OFF
1 = Inverter restarting
1 = Inverter under diagnosis
1 = Switching to inverter SRSW SCR is ON
1 = Switching to inverter SRSW SCR is OFF
1 = System in wait state

To view the active current sharing status, press the down arrow

Iact

IaR

IaS

IaT

Iavr

IavR

IavS

IavT

Figure 13: Active Current Sharing

I and Ia in the results of active average current measurements on phases R, S and T


using a half-scale offset. Zero current is presented as 128. With positive current this
value increases, with negative current, this value decreases.
To view the register used for inverter voltage correction, press the down arrow

CORR RR

RS

RT

Figure 14: Voltage Correction

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3.5

LED Indicators

LED Indicators provide information regarding the status or operation at a glance of the
UPS. They are color coded so that the user can easily and quickly identify areas for
concernRed indicates a fault or abnormal status (usually associated with an audible
alarm),

Figure 15: LED indicators on the PC074 and PC075 cabinets

Figure 16: LED indicators on the PC085 cabinet

Table 2: LED indicators and their meaning


INDICATOR

INDICATION WHEN ON

DEFAULT
STATUS

BYPASS

Bypass input voltage is normal.

B/P

Load connected to bypass.

Red

OVERLOAD

The UPS is overloaded.

Red

BATTERY TEST

Battery not normal.

Red

SYNC

Inverter is synchronized with bypass.

Green

CHARGER

Rectifier/charger is operating
normally.

Green

INVERTER

Inverter is operating normally.

Green

INV.

Load is on the inverter.

Green

LOAD LEVEL

Load level.

Green

LOAD LEVEL

Overload condition (load > 100 %).

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Red

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3.6

Terminal Connections

Figure 17: Terminal connections on the stand-alone model

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4. OPERATING THE PS SERIES UPS


4.1

Turning the UPS ON

To turn the UPS on:


Turn ON the CHARGER and ST. SW circuit breakers.

WAIT 1 minute and then turn ON the BATTERY circuit


breaker.

The UPS performs a self-test (that takes approximately


one minute). Verify that the UPS OFF message is
displayed on the LCD after the test is completed.

"UPS off"

Press the UPS ON button.The message UPS ON


PLEASE WAIT appears as the unit turns on.
When the UPS is completely turned on:

"UPS OK"

The UPS OK message is displayed


TIME indicates how long the Inverter is
working.
Only green display lights are lit.

"TIME XXXXXXXX"

Turn on the OUTPUT circuit breaker

4.2

Turning the UPS OFF

To turn the UPS off:


Turn off all the loads connected to the UPS.
Press the UPS OFF button on the display panel.
Turn off all the circuit breakers.

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4.3

Activating MAINTENANCE BYPASS (Optional)

MAINTENANCE BYPASS allows the parallel UPS system to be shut down for servicing
without the users being affected.

To activate the MAINTENANCE BYPASS mode:


1.

Verify that the SYNC and BYPASS lights of the Static Switch unit are lit. (If they
are not lit, the load cant go into BYPASS mode.)

2.

Press the INV/BYP button to put the load in BYPASS mode.

3.

Verify that the LOAD ON BYP light is lit.

4.

Turn ON the MAINTENANCE BYPASS circuit breaker.

5.

Turn OFF the OUTPUT circuit breaker of the UPS units.

6.

Press twice on the UPS OFF button on the display panel.

7.

Turn OFF the ST.SW, CHARGER and BATTERY circuit breakers.

If there are no lights lit on the display panel it is possible to service the UPS.

Note:
1. The MAINTENANCE BYPASS mode cannot be serviced when it is
activated.
2. Do not turn the ST.SW off or on if there is galvanic insulation on the
ST.SW.
3. Any special, non-standard instructions are on the UPS by the circuit
breakers.

4.4

Deactivating MAINTENANCE BYPASS


(Optional)

To deactivate MAINTENANCE BYPASS and retransfer the load to the UPS units:
Operate all the UPS units in the parallel system. After all the unit comes into normal
operation mode, lift up OUTPUT circuit breakers.
Pull down the MAINTENANCE BYPASS switch.
Press IVV/BYP switch of the Static Switch unit and verify that LED LOAD ON INV is lit.

WARNING
NEVER lift the MAINTENANCE BYPASS circuit breaker without first putting
the UPS in BYPASS mode (the red BYPASS light must be lit).

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4.5

Setting the Real-Time Clock

The real time clock is composed of the date and time fields and may be set by the
user. The date field contains three subfields (DD/MM/YY) and the time field contains
two subfields (HH:MM).

To set the real time clock:

Press the TIME button to enter the time mode.


The normal TIME display is shown on the LCD panel.

Press the SET button to initiate setting mode.


The year is presented as 2 digits.

Press the SET button to increase the value.

Press the up arrow


to continue with the settings, setting month [1-12], day
[1-31], hour [0-23] and minutes [0-59].

The UPS is connected to a computer or a modem using a shielded cable, with an


RS232-type 9-pin female connector. Maximum allowed cable length is 15 meters.
There are two types of UPS connections:

Directly to a host computer via dedicated software.

Remote monitor through a SNMP/WEB management programs for


communication with a computer network (optional).

Figure 18: Local-direct connection for monitoring and control

4.6

RS232 Interface

The UPS supports standard UPS protocol. Full information about the status of the UPS,
the value of its parameters, and the memory events log is displayed on a user-friendly
graphic interface. The graphic interface also allows the user to use the host computer
to execute a set of instructions for the UPS that includes shutdown, restart, battery
check, etc.

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Communication parameters:

RS232
COM

2400 Baud rate

No parity

1 stop bit

No flow control

Tx

Rx

SIGNAL

UPS

RD

TD

GND

Figure 19: RS232 Connector Pin Assignment

4.7

The Alarm Interface

The following diagram describes the alarm interface.

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OUTPUT CIRCUIT SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM


UPS SIDE
EXT. SIDE
NORMALLY OPEN
LOW BATTERY SIGNAL

NORMALLY OPEN
LINE FAIL SIGNAL

NORMALLY CLOSED
LINE FAIL SIGNAL

6
MAXIMUM
24VDC/1A

COMMON

ISOLATED FROM GROUND

LINE FAIL OUTPUT SIGNAL


(TYP. +/- 3mA)

LINE

GROUND
-9V

NORMALLY OPEN
GENERAL FAULT

MAX. 24VDC/1A

1
UPS SHUTDOWN
VIA AN EXTERNAL PULSE
(INPUT RESISTANCE TYP, 5Kohm)

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4.8

Remote Monitor Box (Optional)

The remote monitor box can be located a maximum distance of 50m from the UPS. It
is directly connected to the UPS with a 4-wire cable connected to the REMOTE
MONITOR interface of the UPS.
The control panel on the front of the monitor box displays audio and visual information
about the condition of the UPS, the mains, and the load. It also contains the following
function buttons:

UPS ON

UPS OFF

INV

ALARM OFF

BATTERY TEST

B/P

4.8.1

Connecting the Monitor Box to the UPS MS/MP

Attach the back of the monitor box to the wall.


The UPS PC908 card in the monitor box is connected to the PC021 card on the rear
panel of the UPS with a 4-wire cable connected to the appropriate 1-4 Pin male or
female DB9 connector terminal in the UPS row of terminals.
The cable is attached to the side of the monitor box with two screws.
DB9
Row of Terminals

The measurements of the Monitor box are: Length - 265mm, height -135 mm, and
distance between the screws on the back of the box - 200mm.

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5. TROUBLESHOOTING
If the unit stops operating normally, a red alarm light (ALARM) flashes, a warning beep
sounds, and one of the following emergency messages appears on the LCD:
MESSAGE
BATTERY LOW

STATE

COMMENTS

Battery is low
1. Input voltage is too
low.

INPUT FAULT

2. Input voltage is too


high.

Corrects itself automatically when the


input voltage stabilizes or returns.

3. No input voltage
1. Bypass voltage is
too low.
B/P FAULT

2. Bypass voltage is
too high.

Corrects itself automatically when the


bypass voltage stabilizes or returns.

3. No bypass voltage
OVERLOAD

Overload

The unit goes to bypass and stays that


way as long as there is an overload. The
load transfers from bypass to inverter
when the load is corrected.

INVERTER FAULT

Malfunctioning inverter

Make up to 7 attempts to reconnect to the


inverter.

OVER
TEMPERATURE

Over temperature

Over 90 paralyzes the inverters action


and transfers the load to bypass. It returns
automatically to normal operation only
after the temperature goes below 55.

BATT. NOT
CONNECT

Battery is not connected

Check the status of the battery switch and


the connections to the batteries.
A slow beep indicates that the battery is
starting to discharge.

BATTERY UNDER
LOAD

Power failure. Inverter


operating on batteries.

BYPASS FREQ.
FAULT

The frequency bypass


exceeds the allowable
limits.

Works on an independent frequency of the


inverter and will synchronize back when
the frequency will return to normal.

FAULT CONDITION
SERVICE REQUIRED

Self-test has a negative


result

Call service technician

RECTIFIER FAULT

DC voltage is faulty

Call service technician

A fast beep and a TEST BATT light


indicates that the battery has almost
finished discharging.

Note: The following procedures are relevant in cases where the unit is not operating
normally and there are no LCD display panel messages.
These procedures are to be performed BY A TRAINED TECHNICIAN ONLY.
In the event that the unit has stopped operating in a normal manner, and the display
panel is not functioning, the technician should perform the following:

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Figure 20: Troubleshooting flowchart

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BOARD

CHASSIS CHECK
POINT

VOLTAGE

PC 801

TP10

5V 5%

PC 800

P13/1

12V 5%

PC 800

P13/2

12V 20%

Figure 21: PC Board Check Points & Voltage Ranges

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6. SITE PREPARATION
6.1

Site Preparation and Considerations

The UPS is designed to operate under varied environmental conditions.

To insure long-term, trouble-free operation:


Select a well-ventilated and dust-free site that is conveniently located to both the
electrical closet and the desired load.
Make sure that there is a minimum of 20 cm. clearance.
Make sure that the air vents are not obstructed.
o

Make sure that the room temperature does not exceed 40 C. UPS operation and
battery charging generates heat. Battery life can be extended by insuring a cool
operating site.
Place electrical equipment (load, computer monitor, etc.) at least 1 meter from the
UPS.

6.2

Accessibility

All access to the UPS is accomplished through the rear panel of the UPS.
All connectionsconnection panel, input, output, and STSW are accessed via the
rear panel of the UPS.

6.3

Circuit Breakers

The UPS has circuit breakers that are accessible through the rear of the unit.

Charger

Static Switch

Output

Battery Switch (optional it may be located on the battery cabinet)

The UPS also has a Maintenance Bypass switch. This switch must only be operated
by qualified technical personnel according to the special procedures described in 4.3
and 4.4.

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7. INSTALLATION
7.1

Installation Procedure

To prepare the UPS for the initial power-up:


1.

Open the front access door using a flathead screwdriver to turn the lock.

2.

Remove the lower access panel.

3.

Turn OFF ALL of the circuit breaker switches:

RECTIFIER
BYPASS
OUTPUT
BATTERY (optional)
MAINTENANCE BYPASS (optional)
4.

Connect the batteries to the UPS.

5.

Connect the unit to the mains (electrical) cabinet with the grades of wire shown
in the following table. If local or national codes are stricter, follow those codes.
Table 3: Minimum recommended wire grades (cross-sectional area)

FOR PS-SP 3-1, 3X220 VAC INPUT, 220 VAC OUTPUT, 192 VDC
UPS

RECTIFIER
AC INPUT

BYPASS
AC INPUT

OUTPUT

BATTERY

10 kVA

6 mm2

10 mm2

10 mm2

16 mm2

15 kVA

10 mm2

16 mm2

16 mm2

25 mm2

20 kVA

16 mm2

25 mm2

25 mm2

35 mm2

30 kVA

25 mm2

35 mm2

35 mm2

50 mm2

6.

Turn ON the CHARGER and ST.SW circuit breakers of the


first UPS in the parallel system.

7.

The UPS performs a self-test (that takes approximately one


minute). Verify that the UPS OFF message is displayed on
the LCD display after the test is completed.

"UPS OFF"

8.

Press UPS ON. The UPS is ready for use and begins charging the batteries.

9.

After the UPS comes into normal operation:


a. Lift up the OUTPUT circuit breaker
b. Measure the AC voltage between the UPS and BYPASS phase

terminals of the Static Switch unit.


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c.

Verify that the voltage between the terminals is no more than 20V.

10.

Measure AC voltage between UPS phase- neutral terminals (V1)

11.

Pull down OUTPUT circuit breaker of the UPS and:


a. Operate the next UPS in the parallel system. Repeat all checks

(Steps 6-11) and verify that output voltage V2 does not differ from V1
by more than 4V.
b. Repeat the check (Step 12) for all the UPS units in the system.
c. Observe the LCD messages in STAT indication mode. Verify that one
of the UPS is the Master and others are Slaves.
12.

Lift up the OUTPUT circuit breakers.

13.

Measure the current between the UPS units in no load condition (circulation
current).

14.

Verify that the current between each two UPS units is less than 0.1*Inom (for
example, 7 A for 20 kVA). If this value is exceeded, regulate the current with
potentiometer R102 of PC871 PWM board.

15.

Press the INV/BYP key of the Static Switch unit and verify that transfer from UPS
to mains power and vice-versa is performed normally.

16.

Lift up the OUTPUT circuit breaker of the Static Switch unit.

17.

Verify that load is shared between the UPS units. (The difference between output
currents should be no more than 0.1*Inom. Adjust R102 of PC871 if necessary.

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8. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
PS 3:1
AC INPUT (Rectifier/charger)

10 kVA

Voltage (V)

15 kVA

20 kVA

30 kVA

3 X 220 Vac (3Ph +G)

Voltage range

+10 % -15 %

Frequency

57-63 Hz

Power walk-in

12 sec.

Protection

Circuit breaker, RFI filter

Power Factor

0.80

BYPASS AC INPUT

220 Vac / 60 Hz 2-Phase

OUTPUT
Voltage (V)
Power
(kVA)
(kW)

220 Vac / 60 Hz, Phase-Common


10
8

15
12

Efficiency ac-ac
at 100% load (%)
at 50% Load (%)
Heat dissipation (W) at full load
(1W = 3.4 BTU)
Inverter efficiency at 100% load (%)
Regulation
Frequency tracking range
Slew rate
Overload:
at 125%
at 150%
at 1000%
Load P.F.
Waveform
Crest factor
Total harmonic distortion (THD)
Protection

20
16

30
24

1978

2966

89
88
989

1483
92
2%

1, 2 3 Hz., selectable
1 Hz/Sec.
10 Minutes
30 Seconds
1 Cycle
0.8
Sinusoidal
3:1
Less than 2 % (at linear load)
Overload & short circuit

Dynamic response to 100% load


change

2%

Transition time: to and from line

Less than 0.5 msec.

Rejection ratio
Nominal DC voltage

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More than 100 dB


192 Vdc

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COMMUNICATION OPTIONS
RS232 interface

SNMP

Alarm interface

Shutdown software

Remote indication panel

Optional

LCD DATA
Input

Voltage

Output & inverter

Voltage, Current, Frequency

Bypass

Voltage & frequency

Batteries

Voltage & Current

Temperature

Heat sink

Log (events memory)

256 lost events

ENVIRONMENT & OTHER


Ambient temperature:
Operating
Storage
Relative humidity

-10 to 40 C
-20 to 60 C
95 % max., non-condensing

Altitude

1500 m w/o derating

UPS Standard
General & Safety
EMC
Design

EN50091-1
EN50091-2
ENV50091-3

MTBF (hours)
With ST. Switch
Without ST. Switch

250,000
100,000

Audible noise (dB) at 1.5m

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PHYSICAL
Size (cm)

40

Height

75

95

95

130

Width

24

40

40

55

Depth

80

83.5

83.5

80

Weight (kg)
W/O batteries

200

220

240

275

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