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****** Page 3 ****** The UPS System operates with mains, battery or bypass power. It contains components that carry high currents and voltages. The properly installed UPS System is grounded to earth and IP 20 rated against electrical shock and foreign objects. OPERATIONS INSIDE THE UPS MUST BE PERFORMED BY A SERVICE ENGINEER FROM THE SUPPLIER OR FROM AN AGENT AUTHORIZED BY THE SUPPLIER. This user manual contains guidelines to check delivery, installing and commissioning of the UPS and is intended for people who plan the installation, install, commission and use or service the UPS. The reader is expected to know the fundamentals of electricity, wiring, electrical components and electrical schematic symbols. THE INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS MANUAL SHOULD BE FOLLOWED DURING INSTALLATION, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF THE UPS AND BATTERIES. Read carefully all instructions and save this manual for future reference. YMBOLS The following symbols are used in this manual, the list below describes each symbol. WARNING: DANGER OF ELECTRICAL IMPACT NOTE: READ THE INFORMATION, IN ORDER TO AVOID EQUIPMENT DAMAGES PROTECTIVE GROUNDING TERMINAL: A terminal which must be connected to earth ground prior to making any other connection to the equipment A terminal to which or from which an alternating current or voltage (AC) may be applied or supplied A terminal to which or from which a direct current or voltage (DC) may be applied or supplied Battery Idle or shutdown the UPS Overload indication Alarm silence Recycle Do not dispose with ordinary trash 04-3628 ABB PVAII T 6-10kVA EN REV-B.doc Modifications reserved Page 3/32 ABB

****** Page 4 ****** CONTENTS 1 2 3 4 5 6 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 Operator precautions Environmental Considerations Declaration of Safety conformity and CE marking Inquiries Operation Maintenance, servicing and faults INSTALLATION 2.1 Delivery, Transportation, Positioning and Storage 2.1.1 Receipt of the UPS and visual inspection 2.1.2 Unpacking . 2.1.3 Storage of UPS 2.2 Site Planning and Positioning 2.2.1 Planning before the installation 2.2.2 Positioning 2.3 General Characteristics 2.3.1 Rear View ….. ….. ….. ….. ………………………………………………………….. 2.4 Electrical Installation 10 2.4.1 Commissioning 2.4.2 Recommended Cable Sections and Fuse Ratings. 2.5 Battery Connections (Model without internal batteries) 10 10 12 2.6 Emergency Power Off (EPO) 13 2.7 Installation Checklist 13 OPERATION 14 3.1 Control Panel 3.1.1 Selection Keys 3.1.2 LCD Display 3.2 Turning On the UPS 3.2.1 Turning on the UPS with mains. 3.2.2 Turning on the UPS without mains (Cold start) 3.3 Turning Off the UPS 3.3.1 Turning off UPS with mains.. 3.3.2 Turning off UPS without mains.. 3.4 Operating Mode 3.4.1 ECO Mode / High Efficiency 3.4.2 Converter Mode 3.5 LCD Operation 3.5.1 Navigation 3.6 Paralleling the units 3.6.1 Installation and operation. 3.6.2 Adding an UPS to an existing parallel system. 3.6.3 Removing a Single UPS from a parallel system. COMMUNICATION 14 15 16 16 16 17 17 17 17 .18 18 19 19 24 24 26 26 27 4.1 4.2 Interface 27 4.1.1 USB. 4.1.2 Dry contact. 4.1.3 Intelligent Slot . Monitoring Software 27 27 27 27 MAINTENANCE 29 TROUBLESHOOTING ….. ….. ….. ….. …………………………………………………………………. 30 04-3628 ABB PVAII T 6-10kVA EN REV-B.doc Page 4/32 ABB Modifications reserved

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****** Page 6 ****** 1 1.1 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Operator precautions The user must follow the precautions and only perform the described operations. Also in these measures the operator of the UPS System must adhere to the instructions in this manual. Any deviations from the instructions could be dangerous to the user or cause accidental load loss. The only user operations permitted are: – Use of the LCD control panel (LCD Display) and Maintenance Bypass (if present) – Start up and shut down of the UPS (excluding the commissioning start up) Operation of additional connectivity devices THE SUPPLIER DOES NOT TAKE ANY RESPONSIBILITY FOR DAMAGES CAUSED THROUGH WRONG MANIPULATIONS OF THE UPS SYSTEM. WARNING! WARNING! WARNING! IT IS PROHIBITED TO REMOVE ANY SCREWS FROM THE UPS SYSTEM OR FROM THE BATTERY CABINET: DANGER OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK. HIGH FAULT CURRENTS (LEAKAGE CURRENTS): BEFORE CONNECTING THE MAINS YOU MUST ENSURE THAT THERE IS A PROPER EARTH CONNECTION! THE USER MUST DISPLAY A WARNING SHIELD ON ALL PRIMARY UPS CIRCUIT BREAKERS. THE SERVICE PERSONNEL HAS TO BE INFORMED ABOUT DANGEROUS VOLTAGES. THE WARNING PANELS MUST CONTAIN THE FOLLOWING TEXT: ” BEFORE STARTING WITH THE MAINTENANCE WORK ON THE CIRCUIT BREAKERS MAKE SURE THE UPS IS ISOLATED.” 1.2 Environmental Considerations To operate the UPS at the best efficiency point, your installation site should meet the environmental parameters outlined in this manual. Excessive amount of dust in the operating environment may cause damage or lead to malfunction. The UPS should be always protected from the outside weather and sunshine. The operating environment must meet the weight, airflow, size and clearance requirements specified in the technical datasheet. Under no circumstances the UPS should be installed in an airtight room, in the presence of flammable gases, or in an environment exceeding environmental requirements here below. An ambient temperature of +200C to +250C is recommended to achieve a long life of the UPS and batteries. The cooling air entering the UPS must not exceed +45 oc and the humidity should be below 95% (non-condensing). 1.3 Declaration of Safety conformity and CE marking PowerValue 11 is designed, manufactured and commercialized in accordance with the standard EN ISO 9001 of Quality Management Systems. The marking shows the conformity to the EEC Directive by means of the application of the following standards in accordance with the specifications of the harmonized standards: • 2006/95/EC Low voltage directive. • 2004/108/EC Electromagnetic Compatibility directive (EMC). 04-3628 ABB PVAII T 6-10kVA EN REV-B.doc Modifications reserved Page 6/32 ABB

****** Page 7 ****** Standards as reference: • EN- 62040-1. Uninterruptible power supply (UPS). Part 1-1: General and safety requirements for UPS’s used in accessible areas by end users. • EN- 60950-1. IT equipment. Safety. Part 1: General requirements. • EN- 62040-2. Uninterruptible power supply (UPS). Part 2: EMC requirements. The suppliers responsibility is excluded in the event of any modification or intervention in the product by the customer’s side. Safe Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) 1.4 Inquiries Product Standards EN 62040-1 EN 62040-2 Table 1: Standards Standards EN 60950-1 EN 61000-4-2 EN 61000-4-3 EN 61000-4-4 EN 61000-4-5 EN 61000-4-6 EN 61000-4-8 EN 61000-4-11 EN 61000-2-2 Address inquiries about the UPS to the local office or agent authorized by the supplier. Please note the type code and the serial number of the equipment and contact your nearest agent authorized by the supplier. The Code and the serial no. are shown on the nameplate of the product. For further information on troubleshooting, go to Section 6. 1.5 Operation Do not remove the enclosure of the UPS. This system is to be serviced by qualified service personnel only. Do not disconnect the mains cable from the UPS or the building wiring socket during operation as this would remove the ground to the UPS and of all connected loads. An integral single emergency switching device which prevents further supply to the load by the UPS in any mode of operation should be provided in the building wiring installation. An appropriate disconnect device as short-circuit backup protection should be provided in the building wiring installation. In order to fully disconnect the UPS, press the OFF button. Only after the UPS is shutdown, disconnect the mains load. Indiscriminate operation of switches may cause output loss or damage to equipment. Refer to instruction before conducting any control. While the UPSs work as a parallel system, the external parallel cable should be reinforced insulation. 1.6 Maintenance, servicing and faults Repairs may be carried out only by qualified maintenance personnel as the UPS operates with hazardous voltages. 04-3628 ABB PVAII T 6-10kVA EN REV-B.doc Modifications reserved Page 7/32 ABB

****** Page 8 ****** WARNING! EVEN AFTER THE UNIT IS DISCONNECTED FROM THE MAINS POWER SUPPLY, COMPONENTS INSIDE THE UPS ARE STILL CONNECTED TO THE BATTERY WHICH ARE POTENTIALLY DANGEROUS. Before carrying out any kind of service and/or maintenance, disconnect the batteries. Verify that no current is present and no hazardous voltage exists in the capacitor or BUS capacitor terminals. Batteries must be replaced only by qualified personnel. THE BATTERY CIRCUIT IS NOT ISOLATED FROM THE INPUT VOLTAGE. HAZARDOUS VOLTAGES MAY OCCUR BETWEEN THE BATTERY TERMINALS AND THE GROUND. VERIFY THAT NO VOLTAGE IS PRESENT BEFORE WARNING! SERVICING. When changing the batteries, replace with the same quantity and the same type of batteries. Replace the fuse only by a fuse of the same type and of the same amperage in order to avoid fire hazards. 2 Installation 2.1 2.1.1 Delivery, Transportation, Positioning and Storage Receipt of the UPS and visual inspection Upon receiving the UPS, carefully examine the packing container and the UPS for any sign of physical damage. In case of damage, notify immediately the carrier. The packing container of the UPS protects it from mechanical and environmental damage. To increase its protection, the UPS is wrapped with a plastic sheet. Preserve the packaging for later re- use. 2.1.2 Unpacking After examining the package, unpack the equipment by removing the packing and shipping materials. Cut the plastic poly-straps around the shipping container and remove the corrugated carton and the UPS foam on the top of the UPS. With one or two people on each side of the UPS, lift the UPS out of the pallet. Keep the UPS always in upright position and do not drop the equipment. WARNING! THE PLASTIC POLY-STRAPS AROUND THE SHIPPING CONTAINER ARE UNDER TENSION. WHILE CUTTING, DO NOT FACE THEM AS THEY MAY SPRING BACK AND CAUSE INJURIES. Examine the UPS for any sign of damage and ensure that the received UPS corresponds to the material indicated in the delivery note. Notify your carrier or supplier immediately if damage is apparent. 2.1.3 Storage of UPS If you plan to store the UPS prior to use, keep the UPS in a dry, clean and cool storage room with an ambient temperature between (-15 oc to +600C) and humidity of less than 95% non-condensing. If 04-3628 ABB PVAII T 6-10kVA EN REV-B.doc Modifications reserved Page 8/32 ABB

****** Page 9 ****** the packing container has been removed protect the UPS from dust. upright position and do not drop the equipment. 2.2 Site Planning and Positioning 2.2.1 Planning before the installation Keep the UPS always in The appropriate place of installation for the unit is to be selected in such a way that the danger of damage to the UPS is minimized and a long service life of the device is thus ensured. Please observe the following instructions: – Install the UPS in the indoor area. – Leave 50cm of space on each side of the cabinet to enable cooling airflow and ensure that the circulation of air to the ventilation slits is not obstructed. – Avoid excessively high temperature and excessive moisture. – Make sure that the floor surface is solid and suitable for the wheeling and weight. 2.2.2 Positioning PowerValue 11 (6-10 kVA) have wheels that make the positioning of the UPS simple after it has been unpacked. However, if the unpacking area is distant from the installation site, it is recommended to transport the UPS with a forklift before unpacking the UPS. It is recommended to install external battery cabinet(s) next to the UPS unit. Check before the installation that the battery voltage values in the type plate of the UPS and external battery cabinets are the same. Water condensing may occur if the UPS is unpacked in a very low temperature environment. In this case it is necessary to wait until the UPS is fully dried inside out before proceeding installation and use to avoid hazards and electric shock. 2.3 2.3.1 General Characteristics Rear View USB Port Dry contact Fan Input Breaker Terminal Block oooooooooo azooazooo azooazaoo 0000000000 ooaooooooa oooooooooo oooooazooo oooooaoooo oooooooooo oooooooooo oooooooooo aooooaoooa acoooacooa oooooooooo ooooaoooaa aooooaoooa acooaaaoaa oooooooooo 10 kVA RS232(optional) EPO Port Intelligent Slot Parallel Port Maintenance Switch o o 6 kVA Figure 1: UPS rear view 04-3628 ABB PVAII T 6-10kVA EN REV-B.doc Modifications reserved Page 9/32 ABB

****** Page 10 ****** 2.4 2.4.1 Electrical Installation Commissioning The UPS must be commissioned by a fully trained and authorized field service engineer before being put into use. The commissioning of the UPS involves the connection of the UPS and batteries, the verification of the electrical installation and operating environment of the UPS, the controlled start-up and testing of the UPS and customer training. OPERATIONS INSIDE THE UPS MUST BE PERFORMED BY A SERVICE ENGINEER FROM THE SUPPLIER OR FROM AN AGENT AUTHORIZED BY THE SUPPLIER. WARNING! DO NOT OPERATE IN CASE OF PRESENCE OF WATER OR MOISTURE. BY OPENING OR REMOVING THE UPS-COVERS YOU ARE EXPOSED TO DANGEROUS VOLTAGES. PHYSICAL INJURY OR DEATH MAY FOLLOW, OR DAMAGE MAY OCCUR -ro THE UPS, OR THE LOAD EQUIPMENT IF THESE INSTRUCTIONS ARE IGNORED To ensure correct operation of the UPS and its ancillary equipment it is necessary to provide the mains cables with appropriate fuse protection. 2.4.2 Recommended Cable Sections and Fuse Ratings Follow the recommendations in Table 2 or respect the local standards. Model Protective earth conductor Minimum cross section Input L, N, G Minimum conductor cross section Input breaker Output L,N, G Minimum conductor cross section External Battery Cabinet Positive Pole(+), Negative pole(-), Neutral Pole Minimum conductor cross section External Battery Cabinet Fuse in Positive Pole(+), Negative pole(-), Neutral Pole External Battery Cabinet Breaker in Positive Pole(+), Negative pole(-), Neutral Pole Torque for fixing above terminals 6kVA UL1015 6mm2 (8AWG) UL1015 3x6mm2 (8AWG) 40A/250VAC UL1015 3x 6mm2 (8AWG) UL1015 2x 6mm2 (8AWG) 30A/240VDC 32A/240VDC IOkVA UL1015 10 rnm2 (6AWG) UL1015 3×10 mm2 (6AWG) 63A/250VAC UL1015 3x 10 rnm2 (6AWG) UL1015 2x 10 rnm2 (6AWG) 60A/240VDC 50A/240VDC 3.95-4.97Nm (35-44 1b in) Table 2: Recommended Cables and Fuses It is suggested to install an external isolating device against current back feed between Mains input and UPS as indicated in Figure 2. 04-3628 ABB PVAII T 6-10kVA EN REV-B.doc Modifications reserved Page 10/32 ABB

****** Page 11 ****** Main input breaker Line input Neutral AC Contactor Coil remote switch 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Mains Input WARNING! Figure 2: External Backfeed Isolation AFTER THE DEVICE IS INSTALLED, ADD A LABEL WITH THE FOLLOWING WARNING ON THE EXTERNAL AC CONTACTOR: RISK OF BACKFEED VOLTAGE. ISOLATE THE UPS BEFORE OPERATING ON THIS CIRCUIT AND CHECK FOR HAZARDOUS VOLTAGE” The UPS unit has the following power connections: Rectifier (In): Load (Out): External battery: Paralleling: 1 phase (input L), 1 Neutral (input N) and protective earth (input G) connection for the rectifier input 1 phase (output L), 1 Neutral (output N) and protective earth (output G) connection for the load output Plus (+), Minus (-) and protective earth (G) connection for the external batteries Parallel Jumper 1 and 2 o O INPUT G INPUT N INPUT L BATTERY + BATTERY – BATTERY G o O O O O O o 8+ o o o o o o O o O O OP N O O OP L O O OP G O OUTPUT G OUTPUT L OUTPUT N PARALLEL JUMP2 PARALLEL JUMPI Figure 3: Terminal block wiring diagram 1 – The output of the UPS may be energized even if the UPS is turned off. To ensure that the UPS has no power in the output, power off the UPS, and cut off the mains power supply. Wait the UPS shut down completely. 2 – Open the terminal block cover located on the rear panel of UPS (refer to diagram on Section 2.3.1). 3 – Do not use the wall jack because its rated current is higher than the UPS maximum input current. 4 – Install the protective earth (ground) wire (refer to Figure 3). It is recommended to use green or green/yellow wires. 5 – Connect the input and output wires to the corresponding terminals Use appropriate tools and terminal splices to guarantee a reliable contact between the wires and the terminal blocks. Note: If the UPS is single in a system, JPI and JP2 must be connected. – If the UPS is used in parallel, the jumper between JPI and JP2 must be removed. 04-3628 ABB PVAII T 6-10kVA EN REV-B.doc Modifications reserved Page 11/32 ABB

****** Page 12 ****** The battery connectors are only used for the UPS using external batteries 6 – Install an output breaker between the output terminal of the UPS and the load. It is recommended to use a breaker with leakage current protection. 7 – Turn off all the loads. Then connect the load to the UPS and finally turn on the loads one by one. 8 – After completing the steps above, check that all wires are connected correctly and tightly. 9 – Turn On the mains power switch and turn the input breaker to the On position. The UPS will charge the batteries automatically. The UPS can be immediately used in inverter mode but it is recommended to charge the batteries completely to guarantee the maximum back up time. Note: The power consumption in the start-up of inductive loads (such as monitors and laser printers) is very high. If such loads are connected to the UPS, the start-up power consumed by these devices should be considered when calculating the capacity of the UPS. If this is not taken into consideration, the UPS goes often in overload and may turn off easily depending on its dimensioning. 2.5 Battery Connections (Model without internal batteries) ANY INCOMPLIANCE MAY RESULT IN THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK. FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS THE UPS CONTAINS HIGH DC VOLTAGES. A QUALIFIED PERSON MUST WARNING! DO THE CONNECTIONS BETWEEN THE UPS AND THE EXTERNAL BATTERIES. The nominal DC voltage of external battery pack is 240VDC. Each battery pack consists of 20 pieces of 12V maintenance free batteries in series. To achieve longer backup time, it is possible to connect several battery packs, but the principle of “same voltage, same type” should be strictly followed. The external battery pack must be independent for each UPS. Two or more UPS cannot use the same external battery pack. Follow the steps below to connect the battery packs. 1 – Ensure the UPS is not powered on and the mains input breaker is set in the “OFF” position. 2 – A DC breaker must be installed between the external battery pack and the UPS. The capacity of breaker must be higher than specified in the general specification. 3 – With the external battery pack breaker in “OFF” position, connect the 20 batteries in series. 4 – Connect the external battery pack to the battery terminals. Check the polarity if the connection is correct. 5 – Turn the breaker of the battery pack to the “ON” position. The UPS will power on and start to charge the battery pack. 04-3628 ABB PVAII T 6-10kVA EN REV-B.doc Modifications reserved Page 12/32 ABB

****** Page 13 ****** Emergency Power Off (EPO) 2.6 The EPO connector gives the user the possibility to block the output of the UPS in case of an emergency. This connector can be configured as Normally Closed (NC) of Normally Opened (NO) through the USD or RS232 port. As a default the EPO is Normally Closed (NO) by a jumper in the rear panel. If the jumper is removed, the UPS output will not supply energy to the load until the EPO status is again modified. Enable the EPO status Disable the EPO status To recover to normal status, the EPO connector should first be closed. Then, enter the LCD menu (refer to Section 0) to clear the EPO status. The UPS alarm will stop and the bypass mode will be recovered. To have the UPS in inverter mode, the selection has to be made by manual operation. The polarity of connector could be inversed by setting in LCD menu as from section 0. Contact your local supplier for further information before modifying the settings. 2.7 Installation Checklist All packing materials and restraints have been removed from each cabinet. Each cabinet in the UPS system is placed in the installed location. All conduits and cables are properly routed to the UPS and auxiliary cabinets. All power cables are properly sized and terminated. A ground conductor is properly installed. Battery cabinet installation instructions have been completed. Air conditioning equipment is installed and operating properly. The area around the installed UPS system is clean and dust-free. Adequate workspace exists around the UPS and other cabinets. Adequate lighting is provided around all UPS equipment. Any optional accessories are mounted in their installed location and properly wired. Summary alarms and/or building alarms are wired appropriately. (OPTIONAL) Start-up and operational checks performed by authorized service personnel. All network connections are completed. 04-3628 ABB PVAII T 6-10kVA EN REV-B.doc Modifications reserved Page 13/32 ABB

****** Page 14 ****** 3 OPERATION This chapter describes how to operate the UPS through the LCD display. WARNING! ONLY PERSONS WHICH HAVE BEEN TRAINED BY SERVICE TECHNICIANS OF THE SUPPLIER OR HIS AUTHORIZED SERVICE PARTNERS ARE ALLOWED TO OPERATE THE CONTROL PANEL OF THE UPS. ALL OTHER INTERVENTIONS ON THE UPS SYSTEM HAVE TO BE DONE ONLY BY SERVICE TECHNICIANS OF THE SUPPLIER. The only user permitted operations are: Operate the LCD display Start up and shut down of the UPS of the user field (excluding the commissioning start up) Operation of additional SNMP adapters and their software 3.1 Control Panel The user-friendly control panel is composed of two parts: Selection Keys Power Management LCD Display (PMD) 3.1.1 The Button Selection Keys Function Power on Turn on Power off Enter main menu Exit main menu Scroll up Scroll down NORMALI BATTERYIBYPASS I FAULT Figure 4: Control Panel Illustration If the unit is not powered and has the batteries connected, press this button for more than 100ms and less than Is to power on the UPS If the unit is powered on and is on Bypass mode, press this button for more than Is to turn on the UPS If the unit is ON, press this button for more than 3s to turn off the UPS If displaying the default UPS status screen, press this button for more than Is to enter the main menu tree Press this button for more than Is to exit the present menu. Directs the user to default system status menu without executing any command or changing settings Press this button for >100ms&<1s to scroll up the menu option Press this button for more than 100ms and less than Is to scroll down the menu option 04-3628 ABB PVAII T 6-10kVA EN REV-B.doc Modifications reserved Page 14/32 ABB ****** Page 15 ****** Press this button for more than 100ms and less than Is to select the present menu option or enter next menu. No settings are modified. Press this button for more than 100ms and less than Is to select the present menu option or enter next menu. No settings are modified. Press this button for more than Is to confirm the edited options and change the settings 3.1.2 Enter next menu tree Select one menu option Confirm the present setting LCD Display The LCD display gives the user a complete overview on the status of the UPS. It shows information on the input, output, battery, load parameters, working mode and also the settings on voltage, frequency and bypass presence. UPS state Bypass mode with no out ut Bypass mode with out ut Turning on Line mode Battery mode HE mode Battery test mode Fault mode Warning mode Normal LED Battery LED Bypass LED Fault LED (Green) (Yellow) (Yellow) c (Red) C Figure 5: LED representation A: Lightened constantly B: LEDs 1 to 4 Lightened circularly C: Flashing D: Depends on the fault/warning status or other status UPS condition Fault active Warning active Battery output Bypass output Overload Buzzer status Continuous Beep every second Beep every 4 seconds, if battery low, buzzer Beep eve second Beep every 2 minutes Beep twice every second Figure 6: Definition of Alarms When powering on, the LCD displays a welcome message for a few seconds and then enters the default page that shows the UPS status. From any screen, if the user does not press any button for more than 15 minutes, the default screen is displayed. The status screen provides the following information: – Status summary, including operating mode and load information – Alarm status, if any are present (including fault and warning information) – Battery and charger status (including battery voltage, charge level and charger status) – Running information including parallel UPS and running time 04-3628 ABB PVAII T 6-10kVA EN REV-B.doc Modifications reserved Page 15/32 ABB ****** Page 16 ****** UPS operating status Input 220 v 60 Hz Utility input information -2iä.jV Battery information Output 220 V I 60 Hz I 5400 w UPS output information Load information Figure 7: The default LCD display For detailed information on how to operate the LCD, see Section 3.5. 3.2 Turning On the UPS WARNING! SWITCH OFF THE CONNECTED LOADS BEFORE TURNING ON THE UPS. SWITCH ON THE LOADS ONE BY ONE AFTER THE UPS IS TURNED ON 3.2.1 Turning on the UPS with mains 1 Check that all cables are connected correctly and well-fixed mechanically. Check that the position of the breaker on the external battery pack is "ON". 2 – Set input breaker to "ON" position. The fans are activated and the LCD shows a welcome screen. The UPS then performs a self-test and finally displays the UPS status screen. O 3 – Press the power-on button continuously for more than 1 second. The alarm buzzer will sound for Is and the UPS start-up will take place. 4 – After a few seconds, the UPS goes to Online mode. If the mains power is abnormal, the UPS will transfer to Battery mode without interruption of the output the UPS. 3.2.2 Turning on the UPS without mains (Cold start) 1 – Check that all cables are connected correctly and well-fixed mechanically. Check that the position of the breaker on the external battery pack O 2 – Pressing the power-on button continuously for more than 100ms, the UPS is powered on. The fan are activated and the LCD shows a welcome screen. The UPS then performs a self-test and finally displays the UPS status screen. 3 – Pressing the power-on button continuously for more than Is, the alarm buzzer sounds for Is and the UPS start-up takes place. 4 – After a few seconds, the UPS goes to Battery mode. When the UPS is fed with power from the mains, the UPS transfers to Online mode without interruption in the output of the UPS 04-3628 ABB PVAII T 6-10kVA EN REV-B.doc Modifications reserved Page 16/32 ABB ****** Page 17 ****** 3.3 Turning Off the UPS WARNING! SWITCH OFF ALL OF THE CONNECTED LOADS BEFORE TURNING OFF THE UPS 3.3.1 Turning off UPS with mains 1 – To turn off the inverter of UPS, press the button (D continuously for more than 3s. The alarm buzzer will sound for 3s and the UPS will go to Bypass mode. Note: the output is still energized. 2 – In order to remove the UPS output power, disconnect the mains power supply. A few seconds later, the display will shut down and no output voltage will be available in the UPS output terminal. 3.3.2 Turning off UPS without mains 1 – To power off the UPS, press the power on/off button O continuously for more than 3s. The alarm buzzer will sound for 3s. The output power will be immediately cut-off. 2 — After a few seconds, the display will shut down and no voltage will be present in the UPS output. 3.4 Operating Mode Different symbols indicate the status and the operating mode of the UPS. Such symbols appear always in the position indicated in Figure 8. Operating mode Input 220 v 60 Hz 273.0 v 1000/0 Output 220 v 60 Hz 5400 w Status Online Mode Battery Mode Bypass with output Bypass without output ECO Mode Symbol d.) Figure 8: Operating mode Description UPS is running through the inverter (Online) UPS running on battery. (The alarm buzzer sounds every 4 seconds.) The power used by the load is supplied from the mains power via internal filter. The UPS does not have the backup function when it is in bypass mode. (The alarm buzzer will sound every 2 minutes.) UPS is running through bypass but there is no power in the output After the UPS is turned on, the power used by the load is supplied from the mains power via internal filter if the mains power is in an acceptable range. This guarantees higher efficiency of the UPS. In case of mains failure, the UPS transfers to Online mode or Battery mode and the load is supplied continuously. See Section 3.4.1 for details. Note: ECO mode can be enabled through the LCD settings or the monitoring software. Warning: The transfer time of UPS output from ECO mode to battery mode is 10ms and not recommended for sensitive 04-3628 ABB PVAII T 6-10kVA EN REV-B.doc Modifications reserved Page 17/32 ABB ****** Page 18 ****** Converter Mode Warning Fault Overload Battery test Battery disconnected Q)) Ld-y loads. In converter mode, the UPS runs with fixed output frequency (50Hz or 60Hz). In case of mains power failure, the UPS transfers to battery mode and the load is supplied continuously. See Section 3.4.2 for details. Note: Converter mode function can be enabled through the LCD settings or the monitoring software. – The load is de-rated to 60% in converter mode. Warnings indicate abnormal situations that does not stop the UPS from working. In this case the UPS continues running but the user should do corrective actions. See Section 6 for details. In fault situations, the UPSs output is disconnected or the UPS is transferred to bypass with a constant alarm. The backlight of the UPS becomes red to indicate to the user the alarming status of the UPS. See Section 6 for details. When the UPS is in overload, an alarm sounds twice every second. Some unnecessary loads should be disconnected one by one to decrease the load. The load should be lower than 90% of its nominal power capacity in order to stop alarming. While doing the battery test, LEDs are lightened circularly and the battery test symbol is displayed. If the battery is disconnected, the symbol of battery failure is shown and the UPS alarm sounds. 3.4.1 ECO Mode / High Efficiency Mode If ECO mode (High Efficiency – HE Function) is enabled, after the UPS is turned on, the power used by the load is directly supplied from the mains power via internal filter. This guarantees a higher efficiency of the UPS. In case of mains failure, the UPS transfers to Online mode or Battery mode and the load is supplied continuously. This function can be enabled through the LCD settings in Bypass mode. Enter the power strategy Settings menu as indicated in Section 3.5.1.6. The overall efficiency in Eco mode is higher than 96% of UPS, saving energy and reducing the running costs. Note: – The level of load protection is lower than in Online mode since the load is directly supplied from the mains. – The transfer time of the UPS output from Eco mode to Battery mode is about 10ms. This function is not suitable for sensitive loads and in regions where mains power is very unstable. 3.4.2 Converter Mode In converter mode, the UPS runs with fixed output frequency (50Hz or 60Hz). This mode is commonly used with loads that are very sensible to frequency variations. In case of mains failure, the UPS transfers to Battery mode and the load is supplied continuously. This function can be enabled through the LCD settings in Bypass mode. Enter the power strategy Settings menu as indicated in Section 3.5.1.6. Note: The load capacity of the UPS is de-rated to 60% in converter mode. 04-3628 ABB PVAII T 6-10kVA EN REV-B.doc Modifications reserved Page 18/32 ABB ****** Page 19 ****** LCD Operation 3.5 Information regarding the status of the UPS, measurements, events and general information on the UPS are available through the LCD display. This chapter describes how to navigate through the display and how to adjust the user's settings. 3.5.1 Navigation O o e for less than Is for information on alarm, parallel From the UPS status screen, press system and battery. O From the UPS status screen, press for more than Is to enter the main menu. The main menu includes the following submenus: UPS status, event log, measurements, control, identification, settings. See Figure 9 for details on how to navigate through the menus and submenus. Input 220 v 60 Hz 273.0 v 100% Output 220 v 60 Hz 5400 w <ls (9<1s (91s Measurements Control (9<1s Identification (9<1s Settings Alarms Battery Parallel system Figure 9: Main menu tree 3.5.1.1 UPS Status Contains general information on the status of the UPS. 3.5.1.2 Event log Displays the last 50 events, alarms and faults occurred in the UPS. The alarms are indicated by the corresponding illustration, event code and operating time of UPS when the event occurred. To navigate through the events and alarms, press O or e for less than Is. 04-3628 ABB PVAII T 6-10kVA EN REV-B.doc Modifications reserved Page 19/32 ABB ****** Page 20 ****** 3.5.1.3 Measurements Several measurements are displayed in the menu such as output voltage, frequency, current, load capacity, input voltage and frequency. To navigate through the measurements, press or for less than Is. 3.5.1.4 Control From this menu, the user can give commands to the UPS. It is possible to change the UPS mode, perform battery tests, reset some status and restore settings. Pressing on the control submenu, the display would enter another menu tree with the following information: – Single UPS turn off: This command is used to turn off one UPS in a parallel system. The other UPS continue to run to supply the load in the parallel system. – Single UPS battery test: This command is used to control one UPS in a parallel system to do the battery test singularly. The other UPS do not perform the battery test. – Parallel UPS battery test: This command is used to perform the battery test in all UPS in a parallel system simultaneously. – Clear EPO status: Once the EPO status is enabled, the UPS output is cut-off. To recover the normal status, EPO connector must first be closed. Enter this menu to clear the status of EPO. The UPS will stop alarming and will recover in Bypass mode. Note that the UPS needs be turned on by manual operation. Example: Clearing the EPO status Status: EPO Active Clear EPO status Clear: No or 9ls Control Identification Settings 3.5.1.5 Identification By press By press Buzzer Mute If singl UPS system Buzzer Mute:no If parallel UPS system Single UPS turn off Single UPS Battery Test y presse > By press 31s Status: Battery test 0K Schedule battery test: no If parallel UPS system By press Oor 0 Is to return to the last main menu. 04-3628 ABB PVAII T 6-10kVA EN REV-B.doc Modifications reserved The identification information Page 21/32 ABB

****** Page 22 ****** Main tree By prez > Is Identification By Setting Identifcation rnen•u tree T y*N40de: UPS Tcw« VA By presseor CIs Serial UPS Firmware xxxxx -xxxx Figure 12: Identification menu tree 3.5.1.6 User’s Settings Contact your local distributor for further information before using the settings. Some settings can impact on the performance of the UPS and others can enable and disable functions within the UPS. Failures and reduced protection can occur if the equipment is not set in an adequate way. Note that most settings should be done only with the UPS in Bypass mode. Press in the Identification menu to enter the Setting menu. If the User password is enabled, the user must enter the password by pressing the buttons indicated in Table 3 Submenu item User password Audio alarm Rated output voltage Output frequency Power strategy* * DC start Site wiring fault alarm Ambient temperature warnin Automatic battery tests eriod Auto Restart Automatic overload restart Auto Bypass Short circuit clearance Bypass voltage low limit Bypass voltage high limit Bypass frequency low limit Bypass frequency high limit Language HE voltage low limit HE voltage high limit Optional Values enabled/disabled enabled/disabled 208/220/230/240V autosensing/50/60Hz normal/high efficiency/ converter enabled/disabled enabled/disabled enabled/disabled 0-31 days enabled/disabled enabled/disabled enabled/disabled enabled/disabled 110-215V 245-276V 10/0-100/0 10/0-100/0 Simple Chinese 10/0-100/0 04-3628 ABB PVAII T 6-10kVA EN REV-B.doc Modifications reserved The setting menu is as Default value disabled enabled 230V autosensing normal enabled enabled enabled 7days enabled enabled enabled disabled 176V 264V 10% English 5% 5% Page 22/32 ABB

****** Page 23 ****** Submenu item HE frequency low limit HE frequency high limit Battery quantity* ** Set running time LCD contrast *Password is USER when enabled. Optional Values 10/0-100/0 19/20/21 Day:hour:minute:second -5—+5 Table 3 Default value 5% 50/0 20 Running time 0 * *Read Section 3.4, before using high efficiency or converter function. ** *Ensure the real battery quantity is same as the settings not to damage the batteries. Password Language User password •disabled> enabledklisabled Audio Alarm enabled’disabled Output voltage NOV Output frequency autosensing•’ 60K: Power strategy nonnal high efficiency convener DC start eenabled> enabled; disabled S •te wiring fault Ambient temperature warnmg enabled: disabled Automatic battery Tests period 1 days Auto Restart enabled disabled Automatic overload restart enabled disabled AutoBypass enableddisabled Short circuit clearance <disabled enabled disabled Parallel Redundancy Lost Alarm Bypass voltage low limit Bypass voltage high limit 245-2761′ Bypass frequency Low limit (45.OHz) > Bypass frequency High limit 50 70Ez EE voltage low limit HE frequency Low Limit (47.5Hz) > HE frequency High Limit External battery module 0-98 Set running time LCD contrast 04-3628 ABB PVAII T 6-10kVA EN REV-B.doc Modifications reserved Set runnmg time Day: 0001 Kottr:00-23 ilinute 00-59 Page 23/32 ABB

****** Page 24 ****** Example: Setting the rated output voltage value Setting menu tree or Output voltage Output voltage k230V> < Is Output voltage Output voltage The option would flash lst to confirm the setting The option would stop flashing after being confirmed Figure 14: Setting rated output voltage value 3.6 Paralleling the units N+X is the most reliable power structure. N represents the minimum UPS number that the total load needs and X represents the number of redundant UPS. The larger is X, higher is the reliability of the system. With PowerValue 11, up to 4 UPS can be connected in parallel to obtain output power sharing and power redundancy. 3.6.1 Installation and operation 1) Prepare the input and output wires, the output breaker and the parallel cable. 2) Use a standard 25-pin communication cable (25 colors) ideally shorter than 3m. 3) Remove the cover plate of the parallel port in the UPS 4) Connect the UPS, one by one, with the parallel cable and re-screw the parallel port cover supplied with the UPS accessories. 5) Strictly follow the Chapter 2 and the wiring requirements of single UPS to perform the wiring of each UPS. Connect the output wires of each UPS to an output breaker panel. 6) Disconnect the Jumpers JPI and JP2 of the terminal block, then connect each output breaker to a main output breaker and then to the loads. Each UPS needs an independent battery pack. Please refer to the wiring diagram in the following diagram. The distance between the UPS in parallel and the breaker panel is should be lower than 20 meters. The difference between the wires of the input and the output of the UPS is required to be less than 20%. 04-3628 ABB PVAII T 6-10kVA EN REV-B.doc Modifications reserved Page 24/32 ABB

****** Page 25 ****** O o o o 0- O o o O o o o o o o o o o o O o O o O o BAT Ground BAT PACK (For “S” model) o o o o o o o O o .12 o o .12 o OP N OP L OP N OP L o OP G o o OP G o BAT Ground BAT PACK (For “S” model) TO UTILITY 3 TO LOAD Figure 15: Input and output Terminal Block wiring diagram TO UTILITY Main mechanical or static switch Main I/P Breaker 3 oc Main O/P Breaker TO LOAD Figure 16: Parallel System Installation Diagram 7) Confirm that the output breaker of each UPS is switched OFF. 8) Switch on the input breaker of the each UPS. The UPS will start running in bypass mode. Observe the UPS displays to check if there are warnings or fault information. Measure the output voltage of each UPS separately to check if the voltage difference between them is lower than 1 V. If this difference is higher than 1 V, check the wiring. 9) Press the d) button of one UPS and each UPS will start to turn on. All UPS will transfer to inverter mode simultaneously. Measure the output voltage of each UPS separately to check if the voltage difference between them is lower than 0.5V. If this difference exceeds 0.5V, the UPS have to be regulated. 10) Press the d) button of one UPS and observe that each UPS will turn off and transfer to Bypass mode. Switch on the output breaker of each UPS to parallel the output of all UPS. 04-3628 ABB PVAII T 6-10kVA EN REV-B.doc Modifications reserved Page 25/32 ABB

****** Page 26 ****** 1 1) Press the d) button of one UPS and observe that each UPS will turn on. The UPS will then work in parallel Online Mode. 3.6.2 Adding an UPS to an existing parallel system A main maintenance mechanical switch or static switch must be installed in a parallel system. 1) Regulate the output voltage of the new UPS separately. Check if the output voltage difference between the new UPS and the parallel system is lower than 0.5V. 2) Ensure that the bypass of the parallel system is normal and that the bypass setting is “enabled”. Remove the cover plate of the maintenance switch on the rear panel of each UPS. The UPS system will transfer to bypass automatically. 3) Set the main maintenance switch or static switch from “UPS” to “BPS”. Switch off the main output breaker and the main input breaker, the UPS will shut down. 4) Ensure the UPS are completely shut down. Add the new UPS and reinstall the new UPS parallel system by following steps 1) to 6) on Section 3.6.1 . 5) Switch on the main input breaker and the main output breaker. Set the main maintenance switch or static switch from “BPS” to “UPS”, then set the UPS maintenance switch from “BPS” to “UPS” and screw the maintenance cover plate back again. Press the Q) button on one UPS. Each UPS will turn on and then they will all work in parallel in Online mode. 3.6.3 Removing a Single UPS from a parallel system A main maintenance mechanical switch or static switch must be installed in a parallel system. 1) Ensure the bypass of the parallel system is normal and that the bypass setting is “enabled”. Remove the cover plate of maintenance switch on the rear panel of each UPS. The UPS system will transfer to bypass automatically. 2) Set the maintenance switch of each UPS from “UPS” to “BPS”. 3) Set the main maintenance switch or static switch from “UPS” to “BPS” 4) Switch off the main output breaker and the main input breaker. The UPS will shut down. 5) Ensure the UPS are completely shut down and remove the chosen UPS from the system. Reinstall the new UPS parallel system by following steps 1) to 6) on Section 3.6.1 . 6) If the removed UPS or the remained UPS will be used in a standalone mode, then JPI and JP2 on the terminal block should be connected with a short connection wire. 7) Switch on the main input breaker and the main output breaker. 8) Set the main maintenance switch or static switch from “BPS” to “UPS”, then set the UPS maintenance switch from “BPS” to “UPS”. 9) Screw the maintenance cover plate back again. Press the Q) button on one UPS. Each UPS will turn on and then they will all work in parallel in Online mode. 04-3628 ABB PVAII T 6-10kVA EN REV-B.doc Modifications reserved Page 26/32 ABB

****** Page 27 ****** 4 COMMUNICATION 4.1 4.1.1 Interface USB The USB port present in the back of the UPS is compliance with USB 1.1 protocol. 4.1.2 Dry contact PowerValue 11 UPS has independent dry contact interfaces. Please contact your local supplier for details. Figure 17 and Table 4 describe the DB-9 connector. UPS FAIL BYPASS 6 “SUMMARY ALARM GND 2 BATTERY LOW 7 3 UPS ON 8 REMOTE SHUTDOWN LINE FAIL COMMON 5 Figure 17: DB 9 Pin Layout Pin# Description 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Intelligent Slot UPS Failure Summary Alarm GND Remote Shutdown Common Bypass Battery Low UPS ON Line Loss Output Output Input Input Input Output Output Output Output Table 4: Dry contact Pin-out PowerValue 11 is equipped with an intelligent slot for other optional cards for remote management of the UPS through internet / intranet. Please contact your local supplier for further information. 4.2 Monitoring Software WinPower is a UPS monitoring software that allows the user to monitor the UPS. This software provides a remote and safe shutdown for multi-client systems in case of absence of power in the output of the UPS. 04-3628 ABB PVAII T 6-10kVA EN REV-B.doc Modifications reserved Page 27/32 ABB

****** Page 28 ****** Winpower Manager Verl.O — agent (Read) — System Logs ÜPS Tools Mor@tor Erefererce Language Root LAN 9 g agent 9 Y cow ON-LINE WAN Installation procedure: UPS Status: Voltage Frequency Max Volt Min Volt UPS AC LINE Model Com Port Temp, 220.0 60.0 220.0 216.0 v ON-LINE COMI 25.0 •c BYPASS On Battery UPS BATTERY Voltage Load Voltage Standard Capacity LOAD x 15:18 24.0 % 40.1 v 36.0 v 20041008 135335 Agent Stet Figure 18: Monitoring Software WinPower – Go to the website ups-software-download.com/ – Choose your operating system and follow the instructions described in the website to download the software. – When downloading the files from the internet, enter the serial No: 51 ICl-01220-0100-478DF2A. 04-3628 ABB PVAII T 6-10kVA EN REV-B.doc Modifications reserved Page 28/32 ABB

****** Page 29 ****** 5 MAINTENANCE PowerValue 11 (6-10 kVA) UPS only requires minimal maintenance. The only requirement is to charge the UPS regularly in order to maximize the expected life of the battery. When being connected to the mains power, whether the UPS is turned on or not, the UPS keeps charging the batteries and also offers the protective function of overcharging and over-discharging. BATTERY REPLACEMENT SHOULD ONLY BE PERFORMED BY QUALIFIED PERSONNEL WARNING! – If the battery service life (3—5 years at 250C ambient temperature) has been exceeded, the batteries must be replaced. In this case please contact your dealer. The UPS should be charged once every 4 to 6 months if it has not been used for a long time. – In high temperature regions, the battery should be charged and discharged every 2 months. The standard charging time should be of at least 12 hours. – Under normal conditions, the battery life lasts 3 to 5 years. In case the battery is not in good conditions, earlier replacement should be made. Replace batteries with the same number and same type of batteries. – Do not replace the batteries individually. All the batteries should be replaced at the same time following the instructions of the battery supplier. 04-3628 ABB PVAII T 6-10kVA EN REV-B.doc Modifications reserved Page 29/32 ABB

****** Page 30 ****** 6 TROUBLESHOOTING 6.1 Fault identification and rectification If the UPS system does not operate correctly, please attempt to solve the problem using the table below. If the problem still persists, consult your supplier. Problem Displayed Read EEPROM Error EPO Active On Maintain Bypass IP soft start failed Site Wiring Fault Battery Disconnect Battery low Output Overload Fan Failure Charger Fail Battery Over Voltage Over Charge Model Pin Error Ambient Over Temperature Heat sink Over Temperature Ambient N TC abnormal Para Cable Male Loss Para Cable Female Loss Para Bat Differ Para Line Differ Para Work Mode Differ Para Rate Power Differ ECO In Para IP Fuse Open Possible cause UPS internal fault EPO connector is open Maintain bypass switch is open UPS internal fault Phase and neutral conductor at input of UPS system are reversed Battery pack is not connected correctly Battery voltage is low Overload Fan abnormal The charge fails Battery voltage is higher than normal value Battery is over charged UPS internal fault The ambient temperature is too high Inside temperature of UPS is too high UPS internal fault The parallel cable is disconnected The parallel cable is disconnected The battery packs of some UPSs are disconnected The mains input of some UPSs is disconnected UPS are configured with different power settings (Ex. one in Online mode and one in Converter mode). There are different UPS in a parallel system ECO mode is enabled in a parallel system Input fuse break is opened Remedy Consult your supplier. Check the EPO connector status Check the maintain bypass switch status Consult your supplier. Reverse mains power wiring Do the battery test to confirm. Check the battery bank is connected to the UPS. Check the battery breaker is turned on. If audible alarm sounds every second, the battery is almost empty. Check the loads and remove some non-critical loads. Check if some loads have failures. Check if the fan is running normally. Consult your supplier. Check if the battery quantity is correct. The UPS will turn off the charger until the battery voltage is normal Consult your supplier. Check the environment ventilation. Check the ventilation of UPS and the ambient temperature. Consult your supplier. Check the parallel cable. Check the parallel cable. Check if all the battery packs are connected. Check the building wiring and input cable. Check if the input breaker is closed Ensure the UPS are connected to the same input source. Modify the settings of the UPS. All UPS should be running in the same mode UPS with different capacity (Ex. one 6kVA and one 10kVA) cannot be paralleled. Eco mode cannot be used in a parallel system. Check the input fuse status 04-3628 ABB PVAII T 6-10kVA EN REV-B.doc Modifications reserved Page 30/32 ABB

****** Page 31 ****** Problem Displayed Inv Overload Fault Byp Overload Fault Output Short Circuit Heat sink Over Temperature Fault Bus Over Voltage Bus Under Voltage Bus Unbalance Bus short Bus Soft start Fail Inv Over Voltage Inv Under Voltage Inv Soft start Fail Negative Power Fault Cable male and female Loss fault Fan lock fault Back Feed No indication, no warning tone even though system is connected to mains power supply BYPASS LED light up even though the power supply is available BATTERY LED lights up, and audible alarm sounding every 1 beep in every 4 seconds Emergency supply period shorter than nominal value Possible cause Overload Overload Output short circuit Inside temperature of UPS is too high UPS internal fault UPS internal fault UPS internal fault UPS internal fault UPS internal fault UPS internal fault UPS internal fault UPS internal fault The load is purely inductive or capacitive The parallel cable is disconnected Fan blocked or disconnected over time Out ut volta e is returned to in ut No input voltage Inverter not switched on Input voltage and/or frequency are out of tolerance Batteries are not fully charged / batteries defect Remedy Check the loads and remove non-critical loads. Check if there are failures in the load. Check the loads and remove non-critical loads. Check if there are failures in the load. Remove all loads. Turn off the UPS. Check if the UPS output and loads are short circuited. Ensure short circuit is removed before turning on the UPS again. Check the ventilation of UPS and the ambient temperature. Consult your supplier. Consult your supplier. Consult your supplier. Consult your supplier. Consult your supplier. Consult your supplier. Consult your supplier. Consult your supplier. Remove non-critical loads. Bypass supplies the load. Ensure there is no overload, then turn on UPS. Check the parallel cable. Check the fan status. Consult our su lier. Check the building wiring and input cables. Check if the input breaker is closed. Press On-Switch to turn on the UPS. Check input power source. Check the building wiring and input cable. Check if the input breaker is closed. Charge the batteries for at least 12 hours and then check capacity. Please have the following information at hand before calling the After-Sales Service Department: 1 2. 3. 4. 5. Model number, serial number Date on which the problem occurred LCD/LED display information, Buzzer alarm status Mains power condition, load type and capacity, environment temperature, ventilation condition Information on external battery pack (battery capacity, quantity) 04-3628 ABB PVAII T 6-10kVA EN REV-B.doc Modifications reserved Page 31/32 ABB

****** Page 32 ****** 7 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION GENERAL DATA Output rated power [W] Output power factor Topology Inbuilt batteries INPUT Nominal input voltage Input voltage tolerance Input current THD Rated current (ref. 230V) Frequency range Power factor OUTPUT Rated output voltage Waveform Voltage tolerance (referred to 230V) Voltage distortion Overload capability* * (inverter mode) Overload capability** (bypass mode) Nominal frequency Crest Factor TRANFER TIME Battery k–> inverter Bypass e->inverter Inverter to Eco-mode Eco-mode to inverter EFFICIENCY AC-AC In eco-mode ENVIRONMENT Protection rating UPS storage temperature Batteries storage temperature Operating temperature Relative humidity Altitude (above sea level) BATTERY Type Battery configuration Backup time (100% “load) Charging current Recharge time EXBAT max current COMMUNICATIONS User interface Communication cards STANDARDS Safety Performance RoHS Manufacturing WEIGHT, DIMENSIONS Weight Dimensions WxHxD 6 kVAB 5400 w 5400 w 09 True online double conversion No Yes 10 kVA 9000 w No 43 A 200 / 208 / 220 / 230 / 240 VAC 1 10-276 op load„leyel) <5% with full resistive load 25.8 A 45-55 1-Iz / 54-66 Hz 20.99 208* / 220 / 230 / 240 VAC Sinusoidal 90/0 full linear load, S50/o full non-linear load 2 min.: 105-125% load / 30s.: 125-150% load / Is.: 1 min.: 120-150% load / 10s.: load / Is.: 50 or 60 Hz x (1±0.5 Hz on battery mode) 0 ms 0 ms 0 ms ms 920/0 96% 20 -15 – +600C 0-350C o 450C 0-95% (Non-condensing) <1000m for nominal power* VRLA vented lead-acid 20 x 7 2Ah 6 minutes 1.2 A 3h to 90% 32A 32A LCD display 50A SNMP (option), AS400 relay card (option) IEC/EN 62040-1 IEC/EN 62040-3 iECjEN5058h 2 iso Oooh 3008, Iso 14001 :2004 25.4 kg 80 kg 28.3 kg 260 x 708 x 558 mm : 260 x 708 x 558 mm : 260 x 708 x 558 *Technical specifications are subject to change without notice. *The load capacity is de-rated to 90% when the output voltage is adjusted to 208VAC. *The overload capacity is de-rated in Online mode if the ambient temperature is higher than 35 oc. * The load capacity is de-rated by 1% for every 100m above 1000m. 04-3628 ABB PVAII T 6-10kVA EN REV-B.doc Modifications reserved MO kVAB 9000 w Yes 20 x 9Ah 4 minutes 1.2 A 3h to 50A 84 kg 260 x 708 x 558 Page 32/32 ABB


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