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1.

IN GENERAL
FUNCTIONS AND FEATURES
TRUE ON-LINE DESIGN UPS WILL PERFORM WITHOUT ANY INTERRUPTION OF POWER
TO YOUR SENSITIVE ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT AT ALL TIMES.
WIDE INPUT VOLTAGE REDUCE BATTERY DISCHARGES.
AUTOMATIC INPUT FREQUENCY DETECTION ENABLE OPERATION AT 50Hz OR 60Hz.
A POWER FACTOR CORRECTED INPUT AND A HIGH FREQUENCY PULSE WIDTH
MODULATED
INVERTER
GIVES
THE
UPS
EXCELLENT
PERFORMANCE
CHARACTERISTICS IN A COMPACT DESIGN.
OPTIONAL ISOLATION TRANSFORMER: IT PROVIDES GALVANIC ISOLATION AND
MULTIPLE OUTPUT VOLTAGE.
BATTERY-START SWITCH ALLOWS UPS TO BE POWERED ON AND PROVIDES STABLE AC
POWER WITH NO MAINS PRESENT.
RS-232, AS-400 AND STATUS INTERFACES INCLUDED AS STANDARD FEATURE,
ALLOWING COMMUNICATION WITH ALL TYPES OF COMPUTERS.
THE SNMP INTERFACE CARD IS AN OPTIONAL ACCESSORY FOR THE PURPOSE OF
NETWORK COMMUNICATION.
UTILIZE STATE OF THE ART MICROPROCESSOR TECHNOLOGY FEATURING SELF
DIAGNOSTICS AND LCD MESSAGE DISPLAY PROVIDING OPERATION AND STATUS
INFORMATION.
BY MEANS OF MANUAL AND STATIC BYPASS SWITCHES TO SWITCH TO AC MAINS.
STATIC BYPASS SUPPLY INCORPORATES SURGE SUPPRESSION AND EMI FILTER.
AUTOMATIC RESTART:
THE UPS WILL START AGAIN ON INVERTER AUTOMATICALLY WHEN AC LINE
RETURNS FOLLOWING A LOW BATTERY SHUT DOWN.
AUTOMATIC RETURN FROM STATIC BYPASS AFTER OVERLOAD CONDITION IS
CLEARED.
ALARM CANCEL FACILITY TO SWITCH OFF THE AUDIBLE ALARM AND INDICATIVE
LIGHTS STILL LIT IN THE EVENT OF LONG BACK -UP PERIODS.
EXTERNAL BATTERY CABINET CAN BE USED TO EXTEND THE BACK-UP TIME.
OPTIONAL ECONOMY MODE: WHEN INPUT VOLTAGE IS WITHIN THE RANGE OF
RATING VOLTAGE 10%, UPS IS WORKING IN THE BYPASS MODE FOR MORE
EFFICIENCY. OTHERWISE UPS WILL TRANSFER INTO INVERTER MODE.
AUTO-DETECT THE BYPASS MODE VOLTAGE: THE PROTECTION RANGE IS +15%~
- 20%. WHEN BYPASS VOLTAGE IS BEYOND PROTECTION RANGE, UPS WILL SUPPLY NO
OUTPUT POWER TO THE LOAD.
REMOTE EMERGENCE POWER OFF: FOR EMERGENCE EVENT IN ORDER TO PREVENT
DANGEROUS THAT USE THE REPO DEVICE TO CUT OFF THE OUTPUT.
AFTER LOW BATTERY VOLTAGE SHUT-DOWN IN BACK-UP MODE, AUTO-DETECT
BATTERY VOLTAGE. IF BATTERY VOLTAGE IS TOO LOW, THE OUT POWER OF UPS
SHUT-DOWN TO PROTECT THE LIFE OF BATTERY.

2. TECHNICAL DATA
MODEL

SU20K3/3PM

SU30K3/3PM

1.1 POWER (VA)

20000VA

30000VA

1.2 POWER (W), PF=0.8

16000W

24000W

1. POWER

2. WAVE

SINEWAVE

3. INPUT
3.1 INPUT VOLTAGE

96V~144V/166V~250V 34W

3.2 INPUT CURRENT

60A

83A
< 300A

- INRUSH CURRENT

> 0.95 (FULL LOAD)

- POWER FACTOR
3.3 EFFICIENCY (FULL RESISTANCE LOAD)
- ON LINE MODE

89%

3.4 INPUT FREQUENCY

50/60Hz3Hz (AUTO-SELECTABLE)

3.5 INPUT PROTECTION FUSE

200A/150V(3PCS)

200A/150V(3PCS)

3.6 BYPASS PROTECTION FUSE

200A/150V(3PCS)

250A/150V(3PCS)

4. OUTPUT
4.1 OUTPUT VOLTAGE
120/208V

- RMS VOLTAGE

2%

- STATIC REGULATION

< 150 ms

4.2 TAKE ON TIME (FULL COMPUTER LOAD)


4.3 HARMONIC DISTORTION

< 3% LINEAR LOAD,< 5% NONLINEAR LOAD

4.4 OVERLOAD CAPABILITY

102% CONTINUOUS
102%~125%: 1MIN
125%~150%: 30SEC
> 150%: 2SEC
167A

4.5 SHORT CIRCUIT CAPABILITY

250A

50/60Hz 0.1Hz (BACK-UP)

4.6 OUTPUT FREQUENCY


4.7 CREST FACTOR

3:1

5. BATTERY & CHARGER


5.1 TYPES

12V/26Ah or 12V/40Ah BATTERY


20 PCS

5.2 NUMBER OF BATTERY

20PCS*2
125A/500V FUSE

5.3 PROTECTION
5.4 RECHARGE VOLTAGE

274 VDC (FLOAT) /287 VDC (BOOST)

5.5 RECHARGE CURRENT

5.2A (at 250VDC)

MODEL

SU20K3/3PM

5.6 TRICKLE CHARGING

SU30K3/3PM
ABOUT 30 mA

5.7 LOW BATTERY SHUTDOWN

200VDC

5.8 BACK-UP TIME

TABLE (1)

6. OPERATION
6.1 TRANSFER TIME
* ON-LINE MODE
- TRANSFER TO BACK-UP MODE

0ms

- INVERTER TO BYPASS

< 1ms

- BYPASS TO INVERTER

< 1ms

* ECONOMY MODE
- INVERTER TO BYPASS

< 1ms

- BYPASS TO INVERTER

< 1ms

- BYPASS TO BACK-UP

<8ms
< 60 dBA

6.2 AUDIBLE NOISE

7. INDICATIONS
7.1 LED STATUS MIMIC DIAGRAM

I/P1,I/P2, AC/DC, DC/AC, O/P, BATTERY, BYPASS

7.2 LCD DISPLAY

REFER TO CHAPTER 5

8. COMMUNICATIONS
8.1 RS-232

REFER TO CHAPTER 6

8.2 AS-400

REFER TO CHAPTER 6

8.3 DRY CONTACT

REFER TO CHAPTER 6

8.4 SNMP FUNTION

REFER TO CHAPTER 6

8.5 REMOTE EMERGERCY POWER OFF

REFER TO CHAPTER 6

9. CONNECTION
9.1 INPUT TERMINAL BLOCK

100A

9.2 OUTPUT TERMINAL BLOCK

100A

9.3 EXTENDED BATTERY I/P TERMINAL BLOCK

100A

10. MANUAL BYPASS SWITCH FUNCTION

YES

11. OUTLOOK
11.1 DIMENSION (UPS, BATTERY CABINET)
- DEPTH (D)

650mm/26.5inches

- WIDTH (W)

380mm/15.5inches

- HIGH (H)

860mm/35.1inches

11.2 NET WEIGHT


- UPS
- BATTERY CABINET

108Kg/238lbs
270Kg/595lbs (12V/26AH*20); 370Kg/816lbs (12V/40AH*20)

MODEL

SU20K3/3PM

SU30K3/3PM

12 ENVIRONMENT
0oC~40 oC/32 oF~104 oF

12.1 AMBINET OPERATING TEMPERATURE

-20 oC~40 oC/-36 oF~104 oF

12.2 AMBIENT STORAGE TEMPERATURE

5%~95%

12.3 RELATIVE HUMIDITY

0~3300m (0~10000ft)

12.4 OPERATING ELEVATION

13 STANDARDS
13.1 EN 62040-2

YES

13.2 EN 61000-2

YES

13.3 IEC 61000-4-3 LEVEL4

YES

13.4 IEC 61000-4-3 LEVEL 3

YES

13.4 IEC 61000-4-4 LEVEL 4

YES

13.5 IEC 61000-4-5 LEVEL 4

YES

13.6 IEC 61000-4-6 (Conduction Immunity)

YES

TABLE (1)
Extended Runtime table by Battery Quantity (CSB)
UPS TYPE

Power
Factor
0.7
0.8
0.7
0.8
0.7

SU20K3/3PM

0.8
0.7
0.8
0.7
0.8
0.7
0.8
0.7
0.8
0.7

SU30K3/3PM

0.8
0.7
0.8
0.7
0.8

BATTERY TYPE AND QUANTITY (CSB)


12V/26AH*20PCE*1SET
12V/40AH*20PCE*1SET
12V/26AH*20PCE*2SETS
12V/40AH*20PCE*2SETS
12V/40AH*20PCE*3SETS
12V/40AH*20PCE*4SETS
12V/26AH*20PCE*2SETS
12V/40AH*20PCE*2SETS
12V/40AH*20PCE*3SETS
12V/40AH*20PCE*4SETS

BACK-UP TIME
10min
7min
20min
15min
30min
25min
50min
40min
80min
70min
120min
110min
15min
13min
25min
23min
50min
40min
70min
60min

3. INTRODUCTION
BLOCK DIAGRAM

Static Switch
Bypass SCR

O/P 120V~
3O4W

Inv. SCR

Manual
Bypass Switch

Rectifier

DC To DC Converter

DC To AC Inverter

LC Filter

+BUS

Bypass Breaker

Rectifier Breaker

I/P 96V - 144V~

3O4W 50/60Hz

Battery
Cabinet

-BUS

Charger

CPU
Controller

Communication Interfac
LED
LCD

WIRING DIAGRAM

SCR2

SCR3

CNA17

CNA19

CNA21

1
2

1
2

1
2

W99

W101

W103

1
2
W107

W33

W83

W84

CNA30

CNA32

2
1

2
1

W106

CND2

3CH-D(PFC)(-)

W27

W82

D2

1
2

1
2

W94

W96

W32

CNM13

1
2

1
2

W93

W95

CNA38

CNE2
CNE1

CNA23 CNA22 CNA21 CNA20 CNA19 CNA18 CNA17


CNA24
CNA35
W76
THERMAL SW.
W63
W64
BATT. START
W62
W65

LED

CNM1
(TO PCB-C)

CNM31

CNM37 CNM34

(TO LCD)

(TO LED)

Ipk(T)

LCD

CNM11

INV DRIVER(S)

CNM10 CNM13

INV DRIVER(R)

CNM12 CNM16

4
5

CNR4

W6

1
CND2

SW(INV-T) SW(BYPS-T)SW(INV-S) SW(BYPS-S)SW(INV-R) SW(BYPS-R)

CNM14

CNM26 CNM27CNM24CNM25CNM22CNM23
W77

THERMAL SW.

CND6

CND2

W56

CND6

CND2

W57

W46

CND6

W58

W47

W48

W10
W3
W45
W44

W2

W43

CNM5

W73

(9)

(7)

(5)

(3)

INV. SCR(R)

(1)

W74

1
2

W1
BYPASS SCR(R)

INV. SCR(S)

CNM6

BYPASS SCR(S)

W75

1
2
INV. SCR(T)

CNM7
1
2

BYPASS SCR(T)

W7

(10/12)

(6/8)

(2/4)

MANUAL BYPASS

CORE

OUTPUT TERMINAL

RS232

W9
W5

(11)

CNR5

W66

3CH-D(INV)(T)

W54

W53

SCR5

W52

SCR6
W86

SCR7
W87

SCR8
W88

SCR9
W89

SCR10
W90

W91

3CH-F
CNF15 CNF14

CNF13

CNF12
W50

W126 W125

W124

CNM22

AC FAN

CNM23

CNM24

CNM25

CNM26

6
5
4
3
2
1

I-R

CNM5

3CH-D(INV)(S)

6
5
4
3
2
1

I-S

CNM6

1
2

N3 CND5 CND1

6
5
4
3
2
1

I-T

CNM7

CNM18

3CH-D(INV)(R)

6
5
4
3
2
1

CNM41CNM9 CNM39 CNM21

CNM20
W72

1
2

N3 CND5 CND1

6
5
4
3
2
1

W85

6
5
4
3
2
1

CNM29

CNM19
W71

1
2

N3 CND5 CND1

RS485

W67

CNM35

Ipk(R)

CNM19CNM8

INV DRIVER(T)

W21

INPUT TERMINAL

W110

CNM36

Ipk(S)

CNM20

W70

W109

(TO RS485)

W8

W131

3CH-M

W20

W4

(SCR R driver)

CNM18

W112

BATTERY TERMINAL

+
_

BUS+CNC1
3CH-C BUS-CNC2
CNC3 W133
CNC7
BATT.+
CNC4
CNC8
CNC11
CNC5
BATT.CNC9
CNC10
CNC6

W40
FAN

CNC12

CNA37 CNA28 CNA34 CNA33


CNA36
(PFC CT+) (PFC CT-)
(SCR S driver)

W39

W41

(SCR T driver)

(BATT SCT DRIVER)

CNA34

W38

W42

W154
CNB1

W135
THERMAL SW.

CNM30

W16A

W15A

W14A

W13A

W12A

3CH-B

CNA32 CNA31 CNA30 CNA29

3CH-A

EPO

W16

W15

W14

W13

W12

W11
W11A

(PFC DRIVE)

(FAN)

CNA33

W61
W60

CORE

CNA25 CNA26 CNA27

W138

FAN W80

FAN

W79

BUS+CNC1
CORE
3CH-C BUS-CNC2
CNC3
W132 W34
CNC7
BATT.CNC4
W140
CNC8
CNC11
CNC5
BATT.+
CNC9
CNC10
CNC6
CNC12

W134

R1 S1 T1 I/P BREAKER

W155

FAN

W78

BYPASS BREAKER R2S2 T2

W155PW80

W69

CNB2

W97

W36

SNMP SLOT

W19

W137

1
2

W37
THERMAL SW.

W55

I/P COMMOM CHOKE

CNM11

W29

W68

W17

CND3

W22

W18

CNM10

W92

CNM16

W108

IGBT5

CNM12

1
2

W30

CND4

CNM14

IGBT4

W35

W25

CNF11

W31

W105

SCR4

CNF4 CNF5 CNF6 CNF1 CNF2 CNF3 CNF7


1

IGBT3

D1

W24

SCR1

IGBT2

CNA31

1
2

D3

CNF10

CND3

W23

IGBT1
W28
CNA29

CNF9

3CH-F

1
CND2

3CH-D(PFC)(+)

W26

W104

1
2

W102

W100

CND4

W81

W98

CNA23

CNA22

1
2

CNA20

1
2

CNA18

1
2

SU20K3/3PM

CNM27

W123
CORE

CORE

W[UFO]:GES203H330001

CORE

CNA21
1
2

W99

W101

W103

D3

W107

W33

W83

W84

CNM12

CNM10

1
2

1
2

1
2

W92

W94

W96

CNA33

CNA30

CNA32

2
1

2
1

W69

W27

W30

1
2
3
4

W105

W106

L-

D4

W108

D2

W32

W29

CT-

CNM16

CNM13

1
2

1
2

W93

W95

CNE1

LED

W62

CNM1
(TO PCB-C)

CNM31

CNM37 CNM34

(TO LCD)

(TO LED)

Ipk(T)

LCD

CNM11

INV DRIVER(S)

CNM10 CNM13

INV DRIVER(R)

CNM12 CNM16

CND2
W56A

CND6

W56

CND2
W57A

W57

W46

CND6
W58A

W58

W47

W48

W45
W44

W2

W43

W73

W1
W7

3CH-D(INV)(T)

W10
W3

(11)

(9)

(7)

(10/12)

(5)

(6/8)

(3)

INV. SCR(R)

(1)

(2/4)

W54

W53

BYPASS SCR(R)

CNM5

W74

1
2
INV. SCR(S)

CNM6

BYPASS SCR(S)

W75

1
2
INV. SCR(T)

CNM7
1
2

BYPASS SCR(T)

MANUAL BYPASS

CORE

CND6

THERMAL SW.

W9
W6

OUTPUT TERMINAL

CND2

CNM26 CNM27 CNM24 CNM25 CNM22 CNM23


W77

W42A

CND5 CND1

N3

3CH-D(INV)(S)

1
2

SCR5

W52

SCR6
W86

SCR7
W87

SCR8
W88

SCR9
W89

SCR10
W90

W91

3CH-F
CNF15

CNF14

W126 W125

CNF13
W124

CNF12

CNM22

CNM23

CNM24

CNM25

CNM26

6
5
4
3
2
1

CNR4

SW(INV-T) SW(BYPS-T)SW(INV-S) SW(BYPS-S)SW(INV-R) SW(BYPS-R)

CNM14

W41A

6
5
4
3
2
1

RS232
W66

CNM20

W72

1
2

6
5
4
3
2
1

I-R

CNM5

CNM19

CND5 CND1

6
5
4
3
2
1

I-S

CNM6

N3

6
5
4
3
2
1

CNR5

CNM36

W40A

3CH-D(INV)(R)

6
5
4
3
2
1

W5

I-T

CNM7

CNM18

W8

CNM41 CNM9 CNM39 CNM21


CNM35

Ipk(R)

CNM19 CNM8

INV DRIVER(T)

W21

W4

W67

W112
CNM29

W39

W71

1
2

CND5 CND1

N3

W85

BATT. START

(TO RS485)
Ipk(S)

CNM20

W109
W110 RS485

W131

3CH-M

W20

INPUT TERMINAL

(SCR R driver)

CNM18

W70

(SCR S driver)

W64
W65

CNE2

BATTERY TERMINAL

+
_

CNA37 CNA28 CNA34 CNA33


CNA36
(PFC CT+) (PFC CT-)

CNA23 CNA22 CNA21 CNA20 CNA19 CNA18 CNA17


CNA24
CNA35
W76
THERMAL SW.
W63

W40
FAN

(SCR T driver)

(BATT SCT DRIVER)

BUS+CNC1
3CH-C BUS-CNC2
CNC3 W133
CNC7
BATT.+
CNC4
CNC8
CNC11
CNC5
BATT.CNC9
CNC10
CNC6
CNC12

R1 S1 T1 I/P BREAKER

W135
THERMAL SW.

W38

W41

EPO

W16

W15

W14

W13

W12

W11

BYPASS BREAKER R2S2 T2

CNB1

W61
W60

W134

3CH-B

W97

W42

(PFC DRIVE)

CNA32 CNA31 CNA30 CNA29

CNA38

1
2

SNMP SLOT

W154

(FAN)

3CH-A

W78

CNB2

W80

CORE

CNA25 CNA26 CNA27

W137

FAN

FAN

W79

W138

I/P COMMOM CHOKE

W155PW80
W155

FAN

BUS+CNC1
CORE
3CH-C BUS-CNC2
CNC3
W132 W34
CNC7
BATT.CNC4
W140
CNC8
CNC11
CNC5
CNC9
BATT.+
CNC10
CNC6
CNC12

CNM30

W69

W17

CNM11

W37
THERMAL SW.

W55

W18

W36

W82
W22
W19

IGBT5

CNM14

W25

CNF11

1
2

CNA34

CNF4 CNF5 CNF6 CNF1 CNF2 CNF3 CNF7


1

1
2

IGBT4

W35

CNA19

IGBT3

D1
W31

CNA31

CNA17

SCR4

IGBT2

W28
CNA29

SCR3

D3

IGBT1

L+

W68

1
2

SCR2

1
2

W24

SCR1

1
2

CNF10

CT+

W26

1
2

W104

W23

3CH-F

W102

CNF9

W100

1
2

W98

W81

CNA23

CNA22

CNA20

4
3
2
1

CNA18
1
2

SU30K3/3PM

CNM27

W123
CORE

CORE

CORE

4. INSTALLATION
DELIVERY
Check condition of equipment on delivery. Contact the supplier and carrier immediately if the packaging
or unit is damaged.

INITIAL INSPECTION
Unpack the UPS carefully, notice the packing method, and retain the box and packing material. (If you
must return the UPS at any time, repack it how it was originally shipped.) Visually inspect the UPS for
damage which may have occurred during shipment. If there is damage or anything is missing, contact
the dealer from whom you purchased the unit, and save the packaging for future shipment.

STORAGE AND BATTERY MAINTENANCE


If the UPS is to be stored prior to intallation, it should be placed in a dry and well-ventilated area.
Extreme storage temperatures:
- 20oC to +60 oC without battery.
- 20oC to +40 oC with battery for a short period.
The best ambient temperature for battery is 15~25 oC. When the temperature is over 25 oC, the life of
battery will be shorten to half for 10 oC higher. Under normal condition, the life of battery is about 5 years.
Eight hours charging time is needed when the UPS is charged for the first time.
If after 8 hours of recharge, the battery charge remains low, then contact an anthorized dealer to replace the
batteries.
If the UPS is to remain off for a long period, it is recommended that the power should be switched on for a
period of 24 hour, approximately every 3 months to recharge the battery and prevent irreversible battery
damage.
When replacing the batteries, use the same number and the following type of batteries:
12V/40A*20PCS/1SET, CSB(GP12400),YUASA(NP38-12), BB(BP40-12B2)
12V/26A*20PCS/1SET, CSB(GP12260),YUASA(NP26-12B), BB(BP26-12B1)

HANDLING
This a class A UPS product. In places where a high EMC protection is required we suggest to use a separate
transformerfor the UPS.
The UPS should always have a clearance space of 50cm/19.7inch at the rear. Refer to Fig.4-1.
The unit is fitted with wheels for moving it over a short distance. It is stabilized by four feet at both side.
For safety reason, please secure the unit by releasing the feet. Refer to Fig.4-2.

50 cm/19.7inch

BATTERY

UPS

Fig. 4-1VENTILATION (TOP VIEW)

Fig. 4-2 HANDING (FRONT VIEW)


9

SELECTION OF CABLES AND INPUT, OUTPUT CONNECTION


The choice for external wires: Please select the wires had recognized by Safety agency. May be constructed of materials rated
VW-1 or FT-1 or batter.
Table for external wiring size:
Capacity

Input and ground wiring size

Output wiring size

Wiring size for Battery Cabinet

SU20K3/3PM

6AWG / 14mm

6AWG / 14mm

4AWG / 22mm

SU30K3/3PM

4AWG / 22mm

4AWG / 22mm

2AWG / 38mm

c Maximum length of the cable to the battery 10m.


c Maximum length of the interface-cable as RS-232, AS400 etc.3 m.
c Maximum length of the output cable 10 m.
c In situations the length of the cables exceeds the above limitation, please ask your nearest Delta Service Center.
c If the output for battery terminal of UPS to external battery cabinet is a serial, then you can use the wiring size of battery
smaller than normal.
c Please connect the grounding wire between batterys cabinet ground and UPS input/ ground terminal.
c In accordance with National Electrical Code, please install all the wiring suitable conduit and bushing.
Conduit: Flexible metal conduit of diameter is one inch.
Bushing: Overall diameter is 40.5mm, height is 13.1mm.
c When connecting the cable, please notice that:
1. Before connecting, turn off the UPS and cut off not only the AC source but also the battery.
2. Ensure the cable is fitted. The minimum tightening torque shall not be less than 35 lbs lb-in.
NOTE: For equipment requiring a neutral connection to an IT power distribution system, the disconnect device shall be a four-pole
device and shall disconnect all line conductors and the neutral conductor. If a disconnect device interrupts the neutral conductor, it
shall simultaneously interrupt all line conductors.

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THE EXPLAIN ABOUT THE TERMINAL HOW TO CONNECT:


NOTE : INPUT POWER SOURCE MUST BE CONNECTED TO 34W SYSTEM WITH NEUTRAL
WIRE.

N2

T2

S2

R2

Output Power
Triple phase four wires

N1

R1

S1

T1

Main Input Power


Triple phase four wires

Bypass input power wires (W4,W5,W6 )are connected with main input power wires (W1,W2,W3)in factory.
If you want to change the UPS to the HOT STANDBY mode, please contact qualified distributor to connect bypass power to
second power source. Please check the neutral of the second source is the same with main input power. If they are different,
please add an isolation transformer to the second source.

INITIAL SETUP
The voltage and frequency of UPS have been regulated and set well by professional people in factory. If you want to change any
reference of UPS, please contact qualified distributor to modify the reference by using Interior software through RS-232.

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5. OPERATION
THE EXPLANATION OF THE FRONT CONTROL PANEL
13

4 36

72 1

SELECT ENTER

OFF

ON

12

BYPASS

EMERGENCY
POWER OFF

5 8

9 10 11

FIG 5-1 FRONT CONTROL PANEL


THE EXPLANATION OF THE FRONT CONTROLL PANEL
1. INVERTER ON SWITCH
START UP THE INVERTER.
2. INVERTER OFF SWITCH
TURN OFF THE INVERTER.
3. LANGUAGE SELECT AND OTHER FUNCTION SWITCH
SELECT LANGUAGES AND OTHER FUNCTION.
4. LCD FUNCTION SELECT AND ALARM CANCEL SWITCH
SELECTED DIFFERENT POWER READING ON LCD, OR PRESSING MORE THAN 3
SECONDS, IT WILL DISABLE BEEP FROM BUZZER.
5. I/P1 LED INDICATES
INDICATES THE AC RECTIFIER SUPPLY IS PRESENT .
6. I/P2 LED
INDICATES THE AC BYPASS SUPPLY IS PRESENT.
7. BYPASS LED
WHEN LIT INDICATES THE LOAD IS OPERATING ON FILTERED AC BYPASS SUPPLY.
8. AC/DC LED
INDICATES THE AC/DC SECTION OF UPS IS OPERATING.
9. BATTERY LED
FLASHES TO INDICATE THAT UPS IS OPERATING IN THE BACK-UP MODE.
DISCHARGING THE BATTERY.
10. DC/AC LED
INDICATES THE DC/AC INVERTER OF UPS IS OPERATING.
11. O/P LED
INDICATES UPS OUTPUT IS PRESENT.
12. EMERGENCY POWER OFF
UPS WILL BE POWERED OFF BY PUSHING THIS KEY AT LEAST ONE SECOND.
13. LCD DISPLAY
LCD (240dot*64dot) DISPLAY. INDICATE THE OPERATING STATUS I/P&O/P VOLTAGE,
BATTERY VOLTAGE ETC. WHEN STATUS HAS CHANGED, THE BACKLIT FUNCTION
WILL WORK DURING ONE MINUTE.
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THE EXPLANATION OF THE REAR CONTROL PANEL


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RS-232

BATTERY
START

AS-400

ACC

DRY
CONTACT

EMERGENCY
POWER OFF

10
6
7
8
9

REFER TO USER'S MANUAL


FOR TORQUING SPECIFICATIONS.USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS ONLY.
UTILISER SEULEMENT LES CONDUCTEUR DE CUIVRE.

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12

14

4
2

20/30KVA 3/3 Power Module

Battery Module

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(1). MANUAL BYPASS SWITCH:


TO CHANGE POWER OF LOADING FROM STATIC BYPASS TO DIRECTIVE BYPASS,
UNDER MAINTAINING UPS WITHOUT ANY INTERRUPTION OF POWER.
(2). INPUT TERMINALS:
TO CONNECT THE AC MAIN POWER INPUT.
(3). OUTPUT TERMINALS:
CONNECTION TERMINALS FOR THE LOAD TO BE SUPPORTED BY THE UPS.
(4). EXTERNAL BATTERY CABINET TERMINALS:
WHEN THE EXTENDED BACK-UP TIMES BEING REQUIRED AN EXTERNAL BATTERY
CABINET MAY BE CONNECTED TO THE UPS VIA THESE TERMINALS.
(5). EXHAUST FANS:
FOR COOLING AIR VENTILATION OF UPS.
(6). TRUE RS-232 INTERFACE PORT:
FOR DETAILS, PLEASE REFER TO SECTION 6.
(7). AS-400 INTERFACE PORT:
FOR DETAILS, PLEASE REFER TO SECTION 6.
(8). DRY CONTACT INTEERFACE PORT:
FOR DETAILS, PLEASE REFER TO SECTION 6.
(9). REMOTE EMERGENCY POWER OFF:
FOR DETAILS, PLEASE REFER TO SECTION 6.
(10). SNMP CARD:
FOR DETAILS, PLEASE REFER TO SECTION 6.
(11). BATTERY START KEY:
ENABLES INVERTER TO BE SWITCHED ON WHEN THE AC INPUT SUPPLY IS NOT
PRESENT.
(12). MAIN INPUT SWITCH:
SWITCH CONTROLS INPUT POWER TO THE UPS.
(13). BYPASS INPUT SWITCH:
SWITCH CONTROLS BYPASS POWER TO THE UPS.
(14). BATTERY FUSE:
FUSE FOR BATTERY PROTECTION.
(15). BATTERY CABINET DC O/P TERMINALS:
TO PROVIDE 240 VDC FOR UPS.

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BYPASS MODE
UPS IS USED ON BYPASS MODE ONLY.
Turn on the bypass breaker and UPS is on bypass mode without charging and operating. The Power of by
bypass is through static switch to output terminal.
If UPS need to start up or charger, it must connect the battery cabinet DC output to UPS battery terminal.
Put the fuse of battery cabinet well; turn on the rectifier and bypass breakers. UPS is operating narmally on
bypass mode and charging.
If the bypass voltage is over the range +15%~-20%, the UPS will cut off the output power to protect the
equipment.

INVERTER ON/OFF
INNERTER ON:
If you dont have a Battery supply, you cant start-up the UPS.
When the AC input is normal, press the inverter switch ON key.
When the AC input is failure, press both the battery start switch and the inverter on switch together for
more than 3 seconds to turn on inverter.
The UPS starts to self-test and shows the results on the back lit LCD display, as show below.
After self-testing, the load is supplied by inverter.
INNERTER OFF:
Press the inverter switchOFF key to disable inverter:
If AC input power exists, UPS will transfer to BYPASS MODE.
Otherwise, LCD display will show UPS OFF WAITING about 10 seconds to make sure that UPS is ready
to shut down. Then UPS will power off, no LCD display.
After no LCD display, you can remote the fuse of the battery cabinet.

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LCD FUNCTION SELECT SWITCH


LCD screen message on front panel after the unit was started and worked well.
Start
The description of version
VERSION:

Firmware version

SU-SERIES UPS
VERSION:0033202
OUTPUT:120V
FREQUENCY: 60Hz

SET LCM B/L:ON


B/L Time = 10 Minutes

: three phase in, three phase out

: three phase in, single phase out

Capacity:

: 10KVA

: 15KVA

: 20KVA

: 30KVA

Input and ouput voltage


3
: 380V
:
208V
2

ON: UPS START


OFF:UPS BYPASS
SEL:UPS MESSAGE
ENT:SET UPS

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Press the select key on front panel once to show different power reading on LCD.
The status of UPS flash to the first line.
B

BYPASS
R: XXXV
S: XXXV
T: XXXV

OUTPUT
R: XXX.XV
S: XXX.XV
T: XXX.XV

OUTPUT
R: XXX%
S: XXX%
T: XXX%

Press SELECT Button


LOAD
XXX.XA
(Output load & current)
XXX.XA
XXX.XA

(Bypass & output voltage)

Press SELECT Button


MAINS
R:XXXV
S:XXXV
T:XXXV

INVERTER
R:XXX.XV
S:XXX.XV
T:XXX.XV

(Mains & inverter voltage)

Press SELECT Button


BYPASS
MAINS
OUTPUT
INVERTER

:XX.X Hz
:XX.X Hz
:XX.X Hz
:XX.X Hz

(Bypass, Mains, Output &


Inverter Frequency)

Press SELECT Button


CHARGE
CHARGER:
BATTERY:
BATTERY:

FLOATING
XXX.XV
XXX.XV
XXX.X%

SN:
DC BUS:
TEMP.:
VERSION:

000479700001
205V,-205V
XXX.X
0033202

ON:
OFF:
SEL:
ENT:

Press SELECT Button


UPS START
UPS BYPASS
UPS MESSAGE
(Button Function)
SET UPS

(Charger Mode, Charger/Battery


Voltage & Battery Percentage)

Press SELECT Button


(Series Number, DC BUS voltage,
Temperature & Firmware Version

Press SELECT Button

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SETUP MANUAL

FREQUENCY= 60Hz
DO BATTERY TEST
ENT KEY: SET/Exit

If the backlight of LCD is off,


Press either of ON/SEL/ENT button over 250ms will turn on the backlight and display the original
message.
At this condition, no audible alarm during pressing button.

If the backlight of LCD is on,


Press on button over 250ms, one beep will be sounded and transfer to inverter mode.
Press off button over 3s, one beep will be sounded and UPS will transfer to bypass mode.

Press ENT key over 250ms, one beep will be sounded and UPS will change LCD display to
show different ups message.
Press ENT key over 250ms, one beep will be sounded and UPS will go into setup manual mode.
At the setup mode, press SEL key will toggle the setup items. Press ENT key will change the
setting of UPS.
Press ENT key at the item of DO BATTERY TEST during inverter mode, UPS will do battery test
immediately

* The System Self Test message of UPS flash to the first line
It means in normal startup the UPS, the LCD will shows:
> SELF TESTING
> RECTIFIER OK
> CHARGER OK
> BATTERY OK
> DC TO DC OK
> INVERTER TEST
In battery start (w/o AC mains), the LCD will shows:
> SELF TESTING
> BATTERY OK
> DC TO DC OK
>INVERTER TEST

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OPERATION ON BYPASS VOLTAGE BEYOND ALLOWABLE RANGE


The UPS can auto-detect the bypass mode voltage. The protection range is +15%~-20%. When bypass voltage is beyond protection
range, UPS will no output power to the load.
The system warning message of UPS flash to the first line.

BYPASS HI NO O/P
BYPASS LO NO O/P
BYPASS WAS HI
BYPASS WAS LO

Bypass voltage is too high, UPS supplies no output power to the load.
Bypass voltage is too low, UPS supplies no output power to the load.
Bypass voltage had been once too high, UPS supplies no output power to
the load. Now UPS turns to normal.
Bypass voltage had been once too low, UPS supplies no output power to
the load. Now UPS turns to normal.

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WARNING AND SHUTDOWN:


1System Warning
System statue

LCD display

Handle measure

Output overload XXX%

OVERLOAD XXX%

Battery voltage is low

BATTERY LOW

Charger fail

CHARGER FAILURE

Phase lock error

PHASE ABNORMAL!

Frequency error

FREQUENCY ERROR

Rectifier or PFC circuit fail

AC/DC FAIL!

Please reduce the output loading to rated loading


The battery voltage is low, the UPS will transfer
to bypass mode.
Please contact qualified distributor for technical
service
Please check that the frequency of the bypass
input is during the rated frequency 3Hz
Please check that the sequence of the input is
correct
Please contact qualified distributor for technical
service.

2System Shut Down


System statue

LCD display

Handle measure

Output overload XXX%

OVERLOAD XXX%

Please reduce the output loading to 75% rated

Shutdown

SHUTDOWN.

loading, the inverter would restart automatically.

Output short circuit

SHORT CIRCUIT!

Shutdown

SHUTDOWN.

Battery voltage is too low

LOW BATTERY!

Shutdown

SHUTDOWN.

Remote

REMOTE SHUTDOWN

Shutdown

SHUTDOWN.

Emergency

EMERGENCY STOP!

Shutdown

SHUTDOWN.

Please check that if the output is short, and


eliminate the short equipment and restart the
UPS.
The battery voltage is under the shut down
voltage. When main input recover, the inverter
would restart automatically.
This order can be commanded through dry
contact or RS-232.
Please refer to the explanation of the front/rear
control panel.

Temperature is too high

HIGH TEMP!

Please check that if the ambient temperature is

Shutdown

SHUTDOWN.

too high or the fans of the UPS operate normally.

3System Fail
System statue
Inverter output voltage is failure
DC BUS voltage is failure
DC BUS voltage is over
protective voltage

LCD display
R OUTPUT FAIL!
SHUTDOWN.
DC BUS FAIL!
SHUTDOWN.
DC BUS O.V.P.!
SHUTDOWN.

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Handle measure

Please contact qualified distributor


for technical service.

VERIFYING THE BATTERY CONDITION


The statuses of battery are as shown below:
Battery Condition

Buzzer of Back-up Status

LCD display

BEEP/ 2sec

ON BATTERY
BATT=XXXV XXX%

LOW

BEEP/ 0.5sec

BATTERY LOW
BATT=XXXV XXX%

UNDER

LONG BEEP

LOW BATTERY!
SHUTDOWN.

FULL
MID

OPERATION OF MANUAL BYPASS SWITCH


The manual bypass switch is used for maintenance. In this situation, AC input power is directly
supplied to the load.
CAUTION
ACTIVATE MANUAL BYPASS SWITCH ONLY WHEN UPS IS IN BYPASS MODE

NORMAL

BYPASS

BYPASS

NORMAL

STEP 1: Turn off the inverter power switch. To


transfer
UPS to bypass mode.
STEP 2: Turn the switch from NORMAL to
BYPASS.
STEP 3: Turn off the AC I/P switch.
STEP 4: Remove the BATT. Fuse.
STEP 1: Insert the fuse into the battery fuse holder,
and close the latch bar.
STEP 2: Turn on the AC I/P switch.
STEP 3: Turn the switch from BYPASS back to
NORMAL.
STEP 4: Turn on the inverter power switch.

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6. COMMUNICATION INTERFACE
RS-232 INTERFACE
A 9-pin female SUB-D connector is provided on the UPSs rear panel to provide signals of the UPS to
the computer. Using the software product, the user can check the power status. The detail signals are as
follows:
cLoad level
cBattery status
Pin assignment:
cBattery level
Pin 2: TXD (Transmit Data)
c
cUPS mode
Pin 3: RXD (Receiving Data)
c
cInput voltage
Pin 5: GND (Signal Ground)
c
cOutput voltage
cInput frequency
Hardware:
cTemperature inside unit
Baud Rate ----------------2400 bps
c
cSet shut-down delay time
Data Length -------------- 8 bits
c
cEnable / Disable beeper
Stop Bit ------------------ 1 bit
c
cRemote shut-down
Parity --------------------- NONE
c
Contact your local dealer for more information about the optional software product.

AS-400 INTERFACE
A 9-Pin female SUB-D connector is provided on the UPSs real panel to provide the following signals to
IBM AS-400 computer.
cOperation on normal
cOperation on bypass

cOperation on battery
cLow battery prealarm
= INACTIVE: STATE MAY BE ONOROFF CONDITION.

AS-400 INTERFACE TABLE


PIN
STATE
BATTREY

PIN 6, 5

LOW BATTERY

OFF

BYPASS

ON

NOMORAL

OFF

PIN 7, 5

PIN8, 5

PIN 9, 5

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

DRY CONTACT
The sub-D communication port (9-pin female type) is used to power on/off the UPS by external control
signal. UPS also can transfer its status through this port.
DRY CONTACT TABLE

= INACTIVE: STATE MAY BE OPENOR CLOSE CONDITION.

PIN

PIN 8, 3

PIN 1,3

NORMAL

OPEN

OPEN

BACK UP

CLOSE

LOW BATTERY

CLOSE

STATE

22

CLOSE

Pin assignment:
Imin.>3.3mA

LOW BATTERY
NO

COM

NO

NC

COM

From Remote Signal

NC

BACK-UP

THE CAPACITY OF DRY CONTACT:


AC 250V/3A
DC 30V/3A

>2 sec

12 V
3V
0

Fig. 6-1

REMOTE EMERGENCY POWER OFF


Pin assignment of RJ-11:
12V
X

1
2
3
4
5
6

1
2
3
4
5

If short pin(2, 3) or pin(2, 5) or pin( 4, 5) or pin(4, 3), then the UPS will be powered off.
NOTE: This port must not intend to connect to the Telecom. Port.

SNMP CARD
SNMP network interface is a powerful tool to make you remotely control and monitor UPS.

RS-232

BATTERY
START

AS-400

ACC

DRY
CONTACT

EMERGENCY
POWER OFF

REFER TO USER'S MANUAL


FOR TORQUING SPECIFICATIONS.USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS ONLY.
UTILISER SEULEMENT LES CONDUCTEUR DE CUIVRE.

Contact your local dealer for more information about the optional SNMP CARD.
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7. HARDWARE AND MAINTENANCE


PCB
1. 3CH-ARECTIFIER and PFC Function
Introduction
A. Auxiliary power is from Charger Board or battery
(So when the battery pack is not present, you cannot power up UPS even AC utility power is present)
B. Transfer utility power VAC to VDC
a.

When utility power is present, Control Board will control SCR switch of R phase and perform soft start procedure

b.

Until BUS voltage reaches its target level, then open SCR switches of S and T phase

C. When utility power is not present, you still can power up UPS by Battery Start function
a.

Battery provides the necessary power, CPU controls the battery SCR to act

b.

BUS voltage becomes the same as battery voltage

D. PFC driver circuit boosts the BUS voltage up to 200VDC(AC mode) or Battery voltage(Back-up mode)
E. Provide BUS voltage and current protection
F. Deliver the value of utility power voltage to Control Board
G. Detect voltage of R phase. When it is larger than 75V, generating a signal to Control Board to trigger CPU
H. Supply DC voltage(12VDC) to fan
Working Theory
When utility power is present and normal:
A. VB(UA31 pin1 and pin7 become HIGH) will triggers CPU
B. CPU delivers Power on signal to start auxiliary power of A Board
C. If utility power is larger than 96V, trigger SCR of R phase from 0 to 90, DC BUS performs soft start. DC BUS voltage is
utility power voltage times 2
D. CPU delivers PFC ON signal(UA22 pin8 becomes HIGH), DC BUS will raise to working voltage level
When utility power is not present or abnormal:
A. CPU delivers Battery Soft Start HIGH signal
B. Battery sets charge the BUS via SCRA1RA180 and RA181
C. When the BUS voltage reaches half of the battery voltage, CPU delivers Battery SCR HIGH signal
D. Battery sets charge the BUS via SCR4 to battery voltage
E. CPU delivers PFC ON signal(UA22 pin8 becomes HIGH), DC BUS will raise to working voltage level

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2. 3CH-MMain control
Introduction
A. Auxiliary power is from Charger Board or battery
B. 3CH-M can not work without 3CH-P(CPU Board)
CPU pin assignment is as Fig 7-1
C. Interconnect control circuit between each PCB
D. Provide Inverter driver and current protection circuit
E. Provide static switch driver and control circuit
F. Detect output voltage, current, frequency and watts
G. Detect utility and bypass power frequency and perform Phase-Lock between output and bypass
H. In the Hot Standby Mode, provide power to bypass(V3) and static switch driver circuit
Working Theory
A. When the BUS voltage gets ready, CPU will receive a signal and then start the Inverter
B. Depend on the voltage of EEPROM and utility power frequency, CPU drives Inverter to normal output voltage
C. After confirming the Inverter is normal, UPS will transfer from Bypass mode into Inverter mode
INVERTER VOLTAGE DETECTION
OUTPUT VOLTAGE DETECTION

PFC CONTROL

BYPASS VOLTAGE DETECTION

DC BUS VOLTAGE CONTROL

INPUT VOLTAGE DETECTION

LED / LCD DISPLAY SINGAL CONTROL

DC BUS VOLTAGE DETECTION

BACK UP,INVERTER,BYPASS
MODE CONTORL

CHARGER VOLTAGE DETECTION

BUZZER CONTROL

BATTERY VOLTAGE DETECTION

CPU

RECTIFIER SIGNAL CONTROL

OUTPUT CURRENT DETECTION

INVERTER SIGNAL CONTROL

INSIDE TEMPERATURE DETECTION

FAN SPEED CONTROL

SHORT CIRCUIT PRO DETECTION

AUX. POWER CONTROL

ON, OFF, ENTER, SELECT KEY

PWM CONTROL

RS232 RXD

RS232 TXD

POWER SELECT
FREQUENCY SELECT
VOLTAGE SELECT

Fig 7-1
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3. 3CH-F
EMI filter for input and output
4. 3CH-B
EMI filter for battery circuit
5. 3CH-C
Introduction
A. All power is supplied by the BUS(About 350VDC between BUS+ and BUS- then charger can works)
B. Provide charging current for the battery (About 2.6A/250VDC, i.e. 650W)
C. Provide power source for Control Board
D. Decreasing charging voltage to detect the battery
E. Charger is off during the Backup Mode
Working Theory
A. The charger works normally when the BUS voltage is up to specific level and UPS is in the AC mode
B. The float charging voltage is 274VDC; When battery voltage is lower than 245VDC, charger will perform boost
charging(charging voltage is 287VDC)
C. Battery voltage reaches 280VDC during boost charging or 24 hours later, charging mode is automatically transferred into
float charging
D. When there are two Charger Board in parallel installation, it needs a link cable(4 pins) to communicate between each other
(charger offboost charger and battery test)
E. When UPS start up or during the battery test procedure, the charging voltage will become 190VDC to detect the battery
status
6. GES602N560002-R
A. Provide RS232/DRY CONTACT/AS400 communication ports
B. Provide SNMP interface
C. Change parameters of UPS via RS232 and interior software
7. 3CH-E
LED display and EPO function
8. 3CH-D(INV)
Provide Inverter LC circuit
9. 3CH-D (For 20KVA model)
PFC DC CHOCK (include BUS+ and + BUS separately)

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TROUBLESHOOTING
A. 3CH-E
Problem

Action

LED E1~7 malfunction

Refer to the user manual to realize the meaning

Remarks

of each LED. When UPS works normally but


the LED seems to have problem, please check
LED or connection of the wire
Switch SWE1~4 malfunction

Refer to the user manual to realize the function


of each switch. Check the switchs contact and
connection of the wire

EPO malfunction

- Check the wiring (W78)


- When EPO actives, the voltage between

CNM37(Pin 13) and the ground is 5V


Wiring : 1. W64- connect CNE1 to CNM37(14 pin flat wire)
2. W78- connect CNE2 to EPO switch
B. 3CH-D(INV)
Problem

Action

Inverter output voltage is normal,

Check the conduction between CND1 and

but STATIC Switch(SCR) has no

STATIC Switch. If not, check whether LD1~8

output

is burned out or cold soldering

LCD can not show the current

- Check wiring (W70~72)

value when loading is present

- CT(O/P) is open circuit or not.

Loading output with RC load,

- Check wiring (W73~75)

UPS inverter without over-current

- CT(INV) is open circuit or not

Remarks

protection
Each phase (R, S, T) has one 3CH-D(INV) board.
Wiring :W37~39 - CND1 to INV. IGBT(R,S,T)
W40~42 CND5 to DC BUSN
W46~48 CND2 to STATIC Switch of Inverter(R, S, T)
W85

N3 to CNM30 on M board (Only for T phase !)

Notice that the wiring must be correct for each phases (R, S, T) or UPS can not work normally!

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C. 3CH-B
Problem

Action

Remarks

Radiation of UPS causes serious

- Confirm the Y capacitor is well soldered

problem

- Grounding

D. 3CH-F
Problem
Utility power is normal but UPS
cannot work normally

Action

Remarks

- Check the output voltage of filter


(CNF9~11 to N) is normal
- If so, the problem is caused by the other
PCB; If not, please confirm whether LF1~3
are burned out or cold soldering

This is EMI filter board for both input and output. If the radiation causes serious problem, please
confirm the soldering of X capacitor and Y capacitor.
Wiring :W14 CNF1 (wound on Common Choke) to Rectifier Fuse(R)
W15 CNF2 (wound on Common Choke) to Rectifier Fuse (S)
W16 CNF3 (wound on Common Choke) to Rectifier Fuse (T)
W11 CNF4 (wound on Common Choke) to Bypass Fuse (R)
W12 CNF5 (wound on Common Choke) to Bypass Fuse (S)
W13 CNF6 (wound on Common Choke) to Bypass Fuse (T)
W7

CNF7 (wound on Common Choke) to O/P Terminal(N)

W17 CNF4 to STATIC SW bypass(R)


W18 CNF5 to STATIC SW bypass(S)
W19 CNF6 to STATIC SW bypass(T)
W22 CNF7 to DC BUS(N)
W23 CNF9 to Rectifier SCR(R)
W24 CNF10 to Rectifier SCR(S)
W25 CNF11 to Rectifier SCR(T)
E. 3CH-P
Problem

Action

Remarks

UPS works abnormally, LCD

- Check connection between CPU Board

displays nothing

and Control Board(CNM32 , 33)


- Check wiring between LCD and Control
Board(CNM31)

You can measure each pin of CPU to confirm the signal is correct or not!

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F. GES103N561003-R
Problem

Action

Remarks

Cannot link to the computer for

- Check the link cable

the software.

- Check the configuration of COM PORT is


correct and not used by other applications

DRY CONTACTAS400 and EPO(RJ11) refer to the service manual of N series model
Wiring : W66 CNR4 to Control Board(CNM21)
W67 CNR5 to SNMP slot
G. 3CH-C
Problem

Action

Remarks

Charging voltage is abnormal

By adjusting VRC1 to get correct voltage

In the charging mode, LCD


shows CHARGER FAIL

Check:
1. Fuse FUC4 is OK
2. The BUS voltage is normal
3. Wiring W63 is well connected
4. IGBT (QC2~5) and DIODE (DC5~9) are
OK
5. Temperature sensor is under Short
condition and CNC12 is well connected

Battery Pack is disconnected but Check photo coupler UC4


LCD shows BATTERY OK
when start up
LCD shows BOOST CHARGE Check photo coupler UC7
after a long period of charging
and the battery voltage remains
274V
Charging voltage remains 293V
Check photo coupler UC5
and adjusting of VRC1 doesnt
work
Charger Board requires 330VDC to be activated
Temperature sensor of Charger Board is limited under 85. Heat ventilation is performed by fan.
If the fan is malfunction, then the Charger Board will be locked due to temperature limitation.
Additional Charger Board can be equipped when required. The standard model has only one
Charger Board.
Interior wiring is almost by black conductor. Please follow the mark on it.
The core which wire wound on is for EMI purpose, please follow correct method.
Wiring : W33 CNC1 to DC BUS(+)
W34 CNC3 to DC BUS(-)
W60 CNC5 to 3CH-A(CNA37)
W61 CNC7 to 3CH-A(CNA36)
W63 CNC9 to 3CH-M(CNM1)

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INSPECTION UNDER FAULT CONDITION


Inverter IGBT has problem, you should check here (3CH-M)
8

TM3
E-5069

6
10

DM10
UF4004

CM157
100u/50V

CNM14

RM85
6.8 1/2W

1
2

RM84

TPM1
RM115
5K1(1/2W)

RM75
5K1(1/2W)

CON2(2.5)
CM158
100u/50V

DM13
UF4004

TP

RM116
5K1(1/2W)

RM76
5K1(1/2W)

TM4
E-5069

6.8 1/2W

1
2

QM47
1207T

1
2

CON2(2.5)

UM33

4
3

CM309

1K 1/2W
RM120

RM508
10 1/2W

TM5
E-5069

RM468
5K1

332 Y-CAP
CM299
100U/50V

DM11
MBR2D100CT

DM2
UF4004
RM133
10K

CM178

CM148
100u/50V 1

RM471

DM3
UF4004

5
RM33
51K 2W

10

MBR2D100CT

RT/CT

CM172
472P MYL

OUT

ISEN

RM88
1K
CM131
102P

RM36
5K1
RM35
1 2W

12

5K1(1/2W)

CM150
100u/50V

5K1(1/2W)

CM152
100u/50V

TP

RM108

RM54
6.8 1/2W

RM55

UF4004

RM79
RM72

DM116

10 1/2W
RM45

5K1(1/2W) RM47
6.8 1/2W
CNM10
CON2(2.5)

1
2

5K1(1/2W)
TP

RM110

10 1/2W

RM89

QM9
985

VC2

CM311
103P

5K1(1/2W)

02

6.8 1/2W
RM48
6.8 1/2W
UF4004

CM293
470U/25V
V1

CM5

V1

1K
RM275

RM90
510
RM544
510

-V1

UM28 CM179
TL431 10U/50V

CM277
470U/25V

RM91
510

CM292
470U/25V

CM146
470u/25V

104
DM103
1N4007

CM6
104

RM71

CM177
470U/25V

+5V

30

RM543
510

VRM5

CM8
104

CM127
470u/25V

RM66
RM49 10K 1/2W
QM10 10 1/2W
RM46
985

DM119

10 1/2W

UM26
TLP250

8
7
6
5

1
2
3
4

CM273
104
8
7
6
5

UM25
TLP250

1
2
3
4

CM274
104

QM4
1207T

UF4004

CM145
470u/25V

1K

220/1KV

DM118

5K1(1/2W)

3 2SC3148

-12V

RM52

UF4004

RM80

RM68
10K 1/2W

QM12 10 1/2W
985
QM3
RM65
1207T RM50
10K 1/2W

1
2
3
4

CM272
104

10 1/2W

UF4004

6.8 1/2W

CNM11
CON2(2.5)
TPM6

RM109

QM1

Vin

RM472
10 1/2W
CM297

DM7
MBR2D100CT
CM125
11
470u/25V

5K1(1/2W)

1
2

UM23
7912

GND

CM147

RM473
10 1/2W

RM73

QM6
1207T

DM114

UM27
TLP250

8
7
6
5

RM56

QM11 RM51
985 10 1/2W RM67
10K 1/2W

6.8 1/2W

TPM5

RM107

CM144
470u/25V

470u/25V

CM296
220/1KV

10 1/2W

TP

RM114

RM83

5K1(1/2W)

CM4
104

VREF

DM5

1
2

5K1(1/2W)

CM149
100u/50V

CM151
100u/50V

DM4
UF4004

DM17
3 UF4004

T2

8 UF4004

CNM13
CON2(2.5)
TPM4

RM113

T2

UM35
UC3845

COMP

RM81
8

RM37
5K1
CM12
104

VFB

VCC

GND

RM92
3K

CM163
103(MYL)

DM1
UF4004
QM15
IRFBE30 D 7

RM53
6.8 1/2W

1
2
3
4

CM271
104

10 1/2W

UF4004

DM117
UF4004

CM143
0.1U/400V

6 UF4004

10

CM295
220/1KV

DM30

QM5
1207T

DM112

6.8 1/2W

TP CON2(2.5)
5K1(1/2W)

RM112
5K1(1/2W)

CM294
220/1KV

10 1/2W

47u/400V

RM74

UM30
TLP250

8
7
6
5

RM63

10 1/2W

DM115

CM126
470U/25V

13
T1

T1

V2

14

RM34
51K 2W

CM156
100u/50V

DM16
RM470
10 1/2W

E-5539A

RM82

1
2

RM38
221K

TM12

RM5
221K

CM300
104

DM9
UF4004
DM18

RM119
20K

CM306
103(MYL)

CM155
100u/50V

3 UF4004

CM7
104

CM310

V1

3K
UM51
TL431

CM154
100u/50V

TPM3

RM111

1207T

1
2
3
4

CM270
104

QM8

DM110
UF4004

RM61
6.8 1/2W
10 1/2W
6.8 1/2W
RM64
RM70
QM14
UF4004 DM111 985 10K 1/2W

RM78
5K1(1/2W)

CNM12

5K1(1/2W)

T2

V1

RM127

332 Y-CAP

G4

POWER ON

TLP521
1

TLP521

RM32
51K 2W

CM312
104

CNM17
TP
RM118
1
5K1(1/2W)
2
CON2(2.5)

RM69
10K 1/2W

DM109
UF4004

DM113
UF4004

LM1

CM153
100u/50V

DM8
UF4004

QM13 RM57
985 10 1/2W

6.8 1/2W
RM62

RM266
10K

TLP521
UM31

CM160
100u/50V

6 UF4004

10

RM77
5K1(1/2W)

CNM29

DM121 RM509
UF4004
NTCM1

UM49

DM14
UF4004

DM120
UF4004

T1

RM86

1
2

CON2(2.5)

DM15
VB

TPM2
RM117
5K1(1/2W)

CNM42
CON2

100

CM159
100u/50V

DM12
4 UF4004

10 1/2W

RM60
6.8 1/2W
RM87

UM29
TLP250

8
7
6
5

RM59

6.8 1/2W

1
2

CNM16
5

QM7
1207T

6.8 1/2W
RM58

CNM15

CON2(2.5)

DM108
UF4004

8
7
6
5

UM24
TLP250

CM275
104

1
2
3
4

PFC IGBT has problem, you should check here (3CH-A)

5V

QA5 3148
RA44
10K

JPA12
JP 2P

LA3

CA124

CA106
103P

CA120
104

VREF

OUT

VS-

CA122
472P

RT/CT

VSIN-

VB+

COMP

RA208
5K1
CA121
104

NTCA1

RA205
3K
8

VFB

UA12
UC3845

VCC

CA19
103P

104

ISEN

CA62
0.1U400V

FUA1

DA16
UF4007

2A /250v
DA33

QA15
IRFBE30

ER504

RA128
33 1/2W

CA123
222P

13
D

G
S

RA43

14

RA129
10K

CA119
471P/1KV

RA45
10K

Vin

CA1
100U/50V

DA2

LA5

UF4004

DA3
UF4004

CA5
100U/50V

10 1/2W CA126
RA219 471P/1KV
CA101
100U/50V
2

DA8
UF4004

CA102
100U/50V

CA127
RA220 471P/1KV
10 1/2W
CA103

100U/50V

1K

RA18
47 1/2W
CNA32

CA3
100U/50V

Vin

RA59
1K 1/2W
RA47
1K 1/2W

RA61
1K 1/2W

-15V

2
1

2
1

CON2

CON2

RA193
10 1/2W

RA28
10 1/2W

RA23
10 1/2W
RA196
20K

RA236
20K
QA2
DA42
UF4004

31

+15V

RA15
1K 1/2W

CA67
104

CNA29 TPA10 RA26


47 1/2W
CON2

RA197 RA27
10 1/2W
20K

RA125
1 2W

-15V-1

QA9
1207T

DA41
UF4004

ZDA7
18V TPA9

1
2
3
4

RA195
20K

DA44
UF4004

1
2

UA7
TLP250

RA21
10 1/2W
QA1
985T

ZDA4
18V
TPA8
ZDA5
18V

8
7
6
5

RA24
10 1/2W

RA235
20K

RA194
20K

CNA31 RA25
ZDA6
CON2 47 1/2W
18V

CA25
104

RA20
47 1/2W

RA19
10 1/2W

-15V

1
2

RA82
1K 1/2W

TPA15
CNA30

CA4
100U/50V
3

+15V-1

RA22
10 1/2W

+15V

CA2
UA2
100U/50V 7915

CA125 RA218
471P/1KV 10 1/2W

Vout

QA11
1207

DA43
UF4004

CA144
104 UA1
7815
1

GND

18V

HER504

12

CA52
100U/50V

2
1

CA63
47U/400V

UA28
TL431

RA206
5K1

QA12
1207

CA115
100U/50V

100K 2W

RA134
10K

GND

RA269
301K

UA27
TLP521-Y

RA204
20K

3K

1
2

RA130
RA277
10 1/2W

470U/25V
CA141 DA5
RA300
471P/1KV
33 1/2W 11
UF4004
RA127
RA273
10K
10 1/2W

CA65
10U/50V

POWER ON

CA14
104

UA8
TL431

DA1

E-5504F

CA7

RA126
100

CA71
470U/25V

RA275
1.5 5W

103P

10 1/2W

TA1

RA274
1.5 5W

CA107

GND

QA16
IRFP510

RA178
1K RA52
10K

UA15
TLP521-Y

RA210
270/2W

RA217

471P/1KV
MBR20100LT
DA4

RA207
100K 2W

1K 1/2W

CA140 10 1/2W
RA272

RA209
100K 2W

2
1

2
1

RA143

RA268

FAN

V2

UA26
TLP521-Y

CNA28
CON2

DA53
HER504

V2

RA179
1K 1/2W

CNA27
CON2
2
1

RA36
1K8
CNA25 CNA26
CON2
CON2

985T

8
7
6
5

UA24

TLP250

TPA11
1
2
3
4

QA4
MPS2222

DR+

RA228
3K
RA227
10K

COMPARISON BETWEEN DIFFERENT KVA MODELS


1. DC CAP
20KVA4700U/350V*6
30KVA4700U/350V*8
2. PFC IGBT
20KVA200A/600V*2
30KVA300A/600V*2
3. PFC DIODE
20KVA99A/1200V*2
30KVA99A/1200V*4
4. INVERTER IGBT
20KVA200A/600V*3
30KVA300A/600V*3
5. STATIC SWITCH SCR
20KVA95A/1200V*3(FOR INVERTER); 106A/1200V*3(FOR BYPASS)
30KVA128A/1200V*3(FOR INVERTER); 168A/1200V*3(FOR BYPASS)
6. When you replace the Charger Board(3CH-C)
a. Confirm the charging voltage is 274VDC(By adjusting VRC1)
b. Confirm the battery voltage and charging voltage is the same as shown in LCD display
7. When you replace 3CH-A board
a
Confirm the current protection value of PFC (SWA1)
- 20KVA : 1, 2 ON. 3, 4 OFF
- 30KVA : 1, 2, 3, 4 ON
b
Confirm INPUT and BYPASS voltage is the same as shown in LCD display
8. When you replace the Control Board
a
Transfer the data in the original EEPROM into new EEPROM
b
In the Bypass Mode, use voltage meter to adjust the voltage of TPM12 and TPM10
- 20KVAAbout 4.2VDC
- 30KVAAbout 6.2VDC
c
For 30KVA model, short JPM1, 3 and 5
d
Confirm each voltage/current is the same as shown in LCD display

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SPARE PART LIST


SU20K3/3PM

. ASSEMBLY LIST
ITEM

PART NO.

DESCRIPTION

QTY

5505000545

PWB ASM 3CH-A(208V)

RECTIFIER, PFC CONTROLLER

5505000547

PWB ASM 3CH-C(208V)

CHARGER

5505000214

PWB ASM 3CH-E

LED

5505000555

PWB ASM 3CH-D INV(20KVA 208V)

INVERTER FILTER

5505000548

PWB ASM 3CH-F(208V)

INPUT FILTER

5505000546

PWB ASM 3CH-M(208V)

MAIN CONTROLLOR

5505000196

PWB ASM GES602N561003-R

COM. INTERFACE

CPU

IC CMOS 16BIT MCU QFP080 BLANK

FIRMWARE

PFC DC CHOKE

5505000197

2610160143

PWB ASM 3CH-P

50153418xx
9

5505000316

PWB ASM 3CH-D

REMARK

5505000197 & 2610160143 & 50153418xx the three part number must be purchased in the same time.

. COMPONENT LIST
ITEM

PART NO.

DESCRIPTION

QTY

REMARK

AC FAN 115V 58dB 172*150

HEATSINK FAN

0710232111

DC FAN 12V .48A 3.0 41dB 12cm

REAR CASE FAN

0710150311

DC FAN 12V 0.30A 1.06 37db 8cm(B)

BASE CASE FAN

0710232111

DC FAN 12V .48A 3.0 41dB 12cm

3CH-D(PFC) PWB FAN

146354725327

CAP AL ST 350V 4.7KU M 76*96

DC BUS CAP

200204620023

DIO BRD 35A 800V 4PIN

CAP DIODE

201655390019

DIO FRD 99A 1200V SOT-227

PFC DIODE

216632000133

IGBT 600V 200A PM

PFC IGBT

216632000133

IGBT 600V 200A PM

INVERTER IGBT

10

2200190116

SCR 1200V 95A A48 TO-244AA

STATIC SW.(INV) SCR

11

2200280216

SCR 1200V 106A A48 TO-240AA

STATIC SW.(BYPASS) SCR

12

2200190116

SCR 1200V 95A A48 TO-244AA

RECTIFIER SCR

13

2200280216

SCR 1200V 106A A48 TO-240AA

BATTERY SCR

14

2307000735

LCD MODULES 30C*4 8*16 DOT

15

3000181943

SWITCH MANUAL BYPASS 63A 3P

MANUAL BYPASS

16

0890080303

FUSE 200A 150VAC

BYPASS FUSE

17

0890080303

FUSE 200A 150VAC

INPUT FUSE

18

0891171124

FUSE F/T 125A 660V TERMINAL

DC BUS / BATTERY FUSE

33

SU30K3/3PM

. ASSEMBLY LIST
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

PART NO.
5505000545
5505000547
5505000214
5505000556
5505000548
5505000546
5505000196
5505000197
2610160143
50153418xx

DESCRIPTION
PWB ASM 3CH-A(208V)
PWB ASM 3CH-C(208V)
PWB ASM 3CH-E
PWB ASM 3CH-D INV(30KVA 208V)
PWB ASM 3CH-F(208V)
PWB ASM 3CH-M(208V)
PWB ASM GES602N561003-R
PWB ASM 3CH-P

QTY
1
2
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1

REMARK
RECTIFIER, PFC CONTROLLER
CHARGER
LED
INVERTER FILTER
INPUT FILTER
MAIN CONTROLLOR
COM. INTERFACE
CPU
IC CMOS 16BIT MCU QFP080 BLANK
FIRMWARE

5505000197 & 2610160143 & 50153418xx the three part number must be purchased in the same time.

. COMPONENT LIST
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

PART NO.
0710232111
0710150311
146354725327
X482000100
200204620023
201655390019
216632500033
216632500013
2200300116
2200360016
2200280216
2200300116
2307000735
3000182043
0890080303
0890080603
0891171124

DESCRIPTION
AC FAN 115V 58dB 172*150
DC FAN 12V .48A 3.0 41dB 12cm
DC FAN 12V 0.30A 1.06 37db 8cm(B)
CAP AL ST 350V 4.7KU M 76*96
CAP MP AL 300VAC 100U U 56*125
DIO BRD 35A 800V 4PIN
DIO FRD 99A 1200V SOT-227
IGBT 600V 300A PM 48*94 B
IGBT 600V 300A PM 48*94 B
SCR 1200V 128A A21
SCR 1200V 168A A21
SCR 1200V 106A A48 TO-240AA
SCR 1200V 128A A21
LCD MODULES 30C*4 8*16 DOT
SWITCH MANUAL BYPASS 100A 3P
FUSE 200A 150VAC
FUSE 250A 150VAC
FUSE F/T 125A 660V TERMINAL

34

QTY
1
2
1
8
3
1
4
2
3
3
3
3
1
1
1
3
3
3

REMARK
HEATSINK FAN
REAR CASE FAN
BASE CASE FAN
DC BUS CAP
INV FILTER AC CAP
CAP DIODE
PFC DIODE
PFC IGBT
INVERTER IGBT
STATIC SW.(INV) SCR
STATIC SW(BYPASS) SCR
RECTIFIER SCR
BATTERY SCR
MANUAL BYPASS
INPUT FUSE
BYPASS FUSE
DC BUS / BATTERY FUSE

BP240V26T

. ASSEMBLY LIST
ITEM

PART NO.

DESCRIPTION

QTY

REMARK

DESCRIPTION

QTY

REMARK

~ END OF LIST~

. COMPONENT LIST
ITEM

PART NO.

0890220103

FUSE HRC 125A 500VAC

0990011515

BATTERY 12V 26AH B1

20

~ END OF LIST~

BP240V40T

. ASSEMBLY LIST
ITEM

PART NO.

DESCRIPTION

QTY

REMARK

REMARK

~ END OF LIST~

. COMPONENT LIST
ITEM

PART NO.

DESCRIPTION

QTY

0890220103

FUSE HRC 125A 500VAC

0990011415

BATTERY 12V 40AH B2

20

~ END OF LIST~

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