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Section 05: Power Supplies

Uninterruptible Power Supply

Table of Contents

Uninterruptible Power Supply

INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................... 3-1

DESCRIPTION ............................................................................................................... 3-1


Definitions .................................................................................................................. 3-1
Line Boost Capability ............................................................................................ 3-1
Boost Mode ............................................................................................................ 3-1
Specification ............................................................................................................... 3-1
Indicators .................................................................................................................... 3-2
Indications During Operation ..................................................................................... 3-2
Start-Up (1150VA) ................................................................................................ 3-2
Boost Mode ............................................................................................................ 3-3
Operation on Battery Power................................................................................... 3-3
Transfer to Battery Power (1150VA)..................................................................... 3-3
Threshold for the Low Battery Warning................................................................ 3-3

TROUBLESHOOTING .................................................................................................. 3-3


1150VA Module ......................................................................................................... 3-4

DIAGNOSTICS............................................................................................................... 3-4
Level 0 ........................................................................................................................ 3-4
Level 1 ........................................................................................................................ 3-4
Test......................................................................................................................... 3-4
Report..................................................................................................................... 3-4
Level 3 ........................................................................................................................ 3-5
S_DATA ................................................................................................................ 3-5
Tallies..................................................................................................................... 3-5

STRAPPING ................................................................................................................... 3-5

ADJUSTMENTS............................................................................................................. 3-5
Configuring The UPS ................................................................................................. 3-6
Normal Operation .................................................................................................. 3-6
Short Term Outage Or Voltage Variation.............................................................. 3-6
Long Term Outage Or Voltage Variation .............................................................. 3-7
Restart After Controlled Shutdown........................................................................ 3-7
UPS Self Test ......................................................................................................... 3-7

MODULE REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT............................................................ 3-7


UPS Module................................................................................................................ 3-8
Battery Care And Replacement .................................................................................. 3-9
Storing the UPS Batteries ...................................................................................... 3-9

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Replacing Batteries ................................................................................................ 3-9


Battery Access........................................................................................................ 3-9
Battery Removal .................................................................................................. 3-10
Battery Replacement ............................................................................................ 3-11
Testing New Batteries .......................................................................................... 3-11
Recycling Used Batteries ..................................................................................... 3-11

CABLING ..................................................................................................................... 3-11

CONNECTOR ASSIGNMENT/PINOUTS .................................................................. 3-11

TEST/ADJUSTMENT TOOLS .................................................................................... 3-12

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Table of Contents
Chapter 3

Uninterruptible Power Supply


INTRODUCTION
This chapter describes the Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) unit used in the NCR
663x ATMs.
The UPS monitors the mains supply and provides a stabilised supply to the ATM. If the
mains supply fails, the UPS will supply the ATM from its integral battery-backed power
supply. This supply duration is limited and is intended to provide for orderly termination
of any active transactions before the ATM shuts down.

DESCRIPTION

Definitions

Line Boost Capability


Line Boost Capability is the minimum voltage deviation below nominal that must be
handled via boosting without going on battery, while maintaining the output voltage
within the required output voltage range

Boost Mode
A shift to boost mode occurs during voltage variations in the ac input power. The boost
function maintain the output voltage supplied by the UPS within close tolerances around
the rated value even if significant voltage variations occur in the ac input power. This
avoids calling on battery power.
The values defining the voltage range are preset and vary depending upon the nominal
voltage selected.

Specification
Model: UPS 230 V 009-0023855:
Nominal Frequency: 50/60 Hz auto-sensing.
Power Level: 1150VA, 770W
Regulation (Battery Mode): -10% to +7% of nominal
Boost: maintain output within 198-273 V
Battery Configuration: Internal batteries provided as one assembled part.

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Indicators
The illustration and table below explain the functions of the indicators on the UPS front
panel for model 009-0023855:

Item Description Specification Comments


1 On/Off button To start/stop the UPS Illuminated and locking button
Off-------------------------------------- System off
Solid green-------------------------- Power On
2 Load Pro- Off-------------------------------------- No output enabled
tected LED Solid green-------------------------- Output enabled
3 Downgraded Solid yellow-------------------------- Mains failure
Operation LED Flashing yellow --------------------- Battery failure
4 Non Protected Off-------------------------------------- Normal load
Load LED Solid red ----------------------------- Overload
5 Programmable Off-------------------------------------- Plug #1 not powered
Outlet 1 Solid green-------------------------- Plug #1 powered
6 Programmable Off-------------------------------------- Plug #2 not powered
Outlet 2 Solid green-------------------------- Plug #2 powered
7 Percentage 0 - 25% (LED 1 lit) LED 1 is to the left of the display
Load bargraph 26% - 50% (LEDs 1 + 2 lit)
LED 51% - 75% (LEDs 1 + 2 + 3 lit)
76% - 100% (All four LEDs lit)
8 Battery Charge 0 - 25% (LED 1 lit) LED 1 is to the left of the display
level bar graph 26% - 50% (LEDs 1 + 2 lit)
51% - 75% (LEDs 1 + 2 + 3 lit)
76% - 100% (All four LEDs lit)

Indications During Operation


This section describes the indications of the following UPS phases of operation:
Start-Up
Shift to Booster Mode
Operation on Battery Power.
The numbers in the text refer to the front panel diagram.

Start-Up (1150VA)
Start-up commences when the ON/OFF (1) button is pressed:
The buzzer beeps and all the LEDs come on.
The buzzer beeps two times during the self test, then button (1) remains ON,
indicating that the outlets are supplied with power.

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Either:
AC power is present, LED (2) is ON and LED (3) is not ON, and the protected
equipment is supplied by the ac power source.
or:
AC power is absent, LED’s (2) and (3) are ON, and the protected equipment is
supplied by the UPS operating on battery power.
All the connected equipment is supplied with power.
If button (1) is not ON, or if LED (4) is ON, there is a fault (see “Troubleshooting”).

Note: The battery is charged as soon as the UPS is connected to the ac power source,
even if button (1) is in the OFF position.

Boost Mode
When the boost mode is in operation the LED’s do not change to indicate that the
operation is active to show that there is a significant voltage variation in the ac input
power.

Operation on Battery Power


Operation on battery power takes place when ac input power has failed or is outside the
Boost range.

Transfer to Battery Power (1150VA)


While operating on battery power:
LED (3) is illuminated
The equipment connected to the UPS is supplied by the battery.

Threshold for the Low Battery Warning


The low battery warning threshold (Battery Low Threshold) is set via the self service
configuration menu and shows that there is very little remaining battery backup time. The
indications that the threshold has been reached are:
The ATM application specification will close because UPS does not have automatic
shutdown.
When the battery reaches the end of its backup time:
The UPS shuts down and all the LEDs go OFF
Equipment connected to the UPS is no longer supplied with power.

TROUBLESHOOTING
The LED numbers in the following tables appear on the diagrams in the “Indicators”
section.

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1150VA Module
Indication Meaning Action
All LED’s go ON and LED The Remote Power Off Set the contact to normal
(3) remains ON contact has been position and restart
activated to shut down the
UPS. Preventing a restart
LED’s (2) and (3) are ON The percent load greater Check power drawn by
and and LED (7) flash than set overload or UPS connected devices and
capacity. disconnect non priority
devices. Check the overload
setting.
LED (4) goes ON Solid Red UPS overload. The power If LED (4) goes on perma-
and LED (7) flashing. drawn by the connected nently, check the power drawn
equipment exceeds UPS by the attached devices and
capacity. disconnect any non priority
devices.
LED (4) ON and LED (8) A battery fault was detected Replace the battery module
flashing. during the automatic
battery test.
LED (4) goes ON. UPS internal diagnostics Replace the UPS.
have detected an internal
fault. The connected
devices are no longer sup-
plied.

DIAGNOSTICS

Level 0
None

Level 1
Level 1 diagnostics tests available on the Uninterruptible Power Supply are:
Test
Report

Test
Selection of TEST from the UPS diagnostic test menu tests the UPS and reports its status.

Report
The REPORT test returns the present status of the UPS

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Level 3

S_DATA
The level 3 diagnostics returned for the Uninterruptible Power Supply are:

S_Data Meaning
00 Good (Operation successful)
01 Routine (Command not supported, RS232 turnaround failure)
02 Warning (Battery low)
04 Fatal (Device failure, Battery failure, Command failure, Comms error,
Device inoperative)

Tallies
The tallies recorded for the Uninterruptible Power Supply are:

Tally Mnemonic
OUTAGES Number of times the UPS reported a power outage.
MSKD OUT Number of times that a power outage exceeded the time specified by the
outage mask time.

STRAPPING
None.

ADJUSTMENTS
The Self Service Configuration Menu for the UPS enables adjustment of following UPS
parameters:
Mode
Voltages
Shutdown Delay
Startup Delay
Battery Low Threshold
Outage Mask time
Battery Test Day
Battery Test Hour
A description of each parameter, together with the permitted range of inputs and the
default settings, is shown in the table below.

Parameter
Description Range Default Value
Name
Mode This string identifies the mode (Control or 000 or 001 “000” - Control
Data) of the UPS and the device type. “001” - Data

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Parameter
Description Range Default Value
Name
Voltages Identifies the level of the control voltages 000 - 111 111
for serial control lines, in order, CTS
(Power Fail), DCD (Battery Low), DTR
(Shutdown).
“0” means negative voltage
“1” means positive voltage
Note: “Voltages” has no effect for USB
UPS.
Shutdown This specifies the delay time in seconds of 0 - 999 120 seconds
Delay the interval between the issue of a shut-
down command and the shutdown of the
UPS.
Startup If mains has returned during shutdown the 0 - 999 15 seconds
Delay Startup Delay is introduced after the Shut-
down Delay. If mains is not present during
the Shutdown Delay then the UPS will
restart as soon as mains returns.
Battery Low This is the capacity remaining threshold 0 - 1000 900
Threshold that indicates a low battery condition. If the (90%)
(BL) reported charge remaining is less than or
equal to this value then the Battery Low
indicator is True. The parameter is given in
1/10 percent units.
Outage This is the duration that the mains outage 0 - 99 15 seconds
Mask Time must exceed before the supply out indica-
tor is set true.
Battery Test This specifies the day on which the weekly 0 - 6 2
Day battery test should be performed. (Monday)
Battery Test This specifies the hour at which the weekly 00 - 23 04
Hour battery test should be performed. (4am)

Configuring The UPS

Normal Operation
Under normal operation, the UPS will supply standard mains power to the terminal.
Supply voltage deviations within the line boost will result in the UPS boosting (stepping
up) of the voltage via its internal transformer. This ensures that the voltage supply to the
rest of the product remains within the acceptable ranges of 198 - 273 V for 230 V units or
90 - 136 V for 120 V units. If necessary, the UPS internal batteries will be charging to
maintain 100% charge.

Short Term Outage Or Voltage Variation


In the event of a short term outage or input voltage variation (lasting less than the
configured Outage Mask Time), the UPS will automatically switch to supplying the
terminal from its integral batteries. On restoration of the normal mains supply the UPS
will automatically switch back to supplying a stabilised supply to the terminal from mains
power. The internal batteries will be charged to maintain 100% capacity when mains is
present.

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Long Term Outage Or Voltage Variation


In the event of an outage or input voltage variation (outside the line boost and buck
capability) lasting longer than the Outage Mask Time, the UPS will automatically switch
to supplying the terminal from its integral batteries. At this point, under the control of the
application program, the terminal will take one of the following actions:
Immediately initiate a shutdown
Go into standby mode until mains returns or until the battery capacity falls below the
Battery Low Threshold, at which point it will initiate a shutdown
Continue offering transactions until mains returns or until the battery capacity falls
below the Battery Low Threshold, at which point it will initiate a shutdown.
The shutdown is controlled, terminating any active transactions and leaving the terminal
in a safe and secure state. A control message is sent to the UPS to disengage.

Restart After Controlled Shutdown


On restoration of the mains supply and restart of the terminal, the customer application
may either bring the terminal immediately back into service or wait until the battery
capacity is above the Battery Low Threshold before doing so.
A Low Battery condition will be displayed until the calculated battery capacity is equal to
the Battery Low Threshold

UPS Self Test


The UPS will carry out a self test on demand by selecting DEVICE SELF TEST from the
System Application Menu and UPS from the Device Self Test Menu.
If the battery is fully charged this test will verify battery health and that it is correctly
connected. If the battery capacity is less than 100% then the test will only verify the
connection.

MODULE REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT


WARNING

Before removing the UPS isolate the UPS from the mains input supply by switching it off
at its ON/OFF button and removing the connector shown in the following illustration.

Even with the input power connector removed the UPS outlet will be live when the UPS is
switched on.

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The illustration below shows the location of the input power connector for model 009-
0023855.

UPS Module
Remove the UPS module 009-0023855 (for 663x) as follows:
1. Rack out the module tray.
2. Remove the power in, power out and USB connectors from the rear of the module.
3. Remove the two M4 retaining screws holding the UPS module to its retaining bracket
as shown below and remove the UPS module.

WARNING

The UPS module is heavy. Be sure that you have a clear path to where you intend to set it
down.

Replacement of the UPS module is the reverse of the above procedures.

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Battery Care And Replacement

Storing the UPS Batteries


If UPS batteries are stored for a long period, recharge them every 6 months by plugging
the UPS into a power outlet. The batteries charge to 90% in approximately 3 hours.
However, it is recommended that the batteries charge for 6 to 24 hours after long time
storage.

Replacing Batteries
The hot swappable battery feature allows the UPS batteries to be replaced without turning
off the UPS, or disconnecting the load.
If it is preferable to remove input power to change the batteries, press the ON/OFF button
to switch off the UPS and unplug the UPS from the power outlet shown in the previous
section.

WARNING

Batteries can present a risk of electrical shock or burn from high short circuit current. The
following precautions should be observed:

4. 1. Remove watches, rings or other metal objects


5. 2. Use tools with insulated handles.
6. 3. Do not lay tools or metal parts on top of batteries.
7. 4. Do not attempt to alter any battery wiring or connectors as this can cause injury.
8. 5. Replace batteries with the same number and type as originally installed in the UPS
9. 6. Do not disconnect the batteries while the UPS is in battery mode.

Battery Access
1. Remove and retain the two screws holding the left hand side of the front panel of the
UPS module.

2. Remove the left-hand side of the front panel by sliding it slightly to the right and then

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pulling it forward.

Battery Removal
Remove the battery for all model types as follows:
1. Disconnect the battery module by separating the two parts of the connector. Do not
pull on the cables.

2. Unhook the tangs of the metal cover plate by sliding it to the right and then lift it off
over the battery connector.

3. Hold the UPS part of the connector aside and pull out the battery by the plastic tag. Do

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not pull the battery by its connector.

Battery Replacement
Replacement of the battery is the reverse of the above procedure. Take care to hold the
UPS connector aside so the it is not broken or the wires cut when sliding the new battery
into place.

Testing New Batteries


Run the Device Self Test from the System application menu and UPS from the Device
Self-Test menu.

Recycling Used Batteries


Contact your local recycling or hazardous waste centre for information on proper disposal
of the used batteries.

WARNING

Do not dispose of the batteries in a fire. Batteries may explode. Proper disposal of batter-
ies is required. Refer to your local codes for disposal requirements

CABLING
None.

CONNECTOR ASSIGNMENT/PINOUTS
No Information Available.

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TEST/ADJUSTMENT TOOLS
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