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****** Page 1 ****** USER MANUAL Powervalue 11 T G2 6 kVA B/ 6 kVA B? / 6 kVA S 10 kVA B / 10 kVA B? / 10 kVAS
****** Page 2 ****** 2 ABB UPS PRODUCTS AND SOLUTIONS About this manual Document information File name UPS model Date of issue Issued by Checked by Article number Document number Revision 04-3628 ABB OPM PVAII 6-10kVA-T G2 EN REV-F Powervalue 11 T G2 6-10 kVA B/B2/S 06.04.2018 Product Marketing After Sales 04-3628 4NWD003884 Safety symbols and warnings The following symbols are used in this manual, the list below explains each symbol. This symbol in conjunction with the signal word “DANGER” indicates an imminent electrical hazard. Failure to observe the related safety note may cause injury, death or equipment damage. This symbol in conjunction with the signal word “WARNI NG” indicates a potentially dangerous situation. Failure to observe may cause injury, death or equipment damage. This symbol in conjunction with the signal word “NOTE” indicates operator tips or particularly useful or important information for the use of the product. This symbol and wording does not indicate a dangerous situation. This symbol indicates that reading the instruction manual/booklet before starting work or before operating equipment or machinery is compulsory. Recycle. Do not dispose of with ordinary trash.
****** Page 3 ****** CONTENTS Contents Delivery, transportation, positioning and storage 1 2 3 4 Important safety instructions 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 Operator precautions Environmental considerations Declaration of safety conformity and CE marking Inquiries Operation Maintenance 2.1 UPS disposal and recycling 2.1.1 For professional users in the European Union 2.1.2 For disposal in countries outside of the European Installation Union . 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.1.1 Receipt of the UPS and visual inspection. 3.1.2 Unpacking list 3.1.3 Storage of UPS Site planning and positioning 3.2.1 Planning before the installation . 3.2.2 Positioning. 3.2.3 Standalone / tower installation General characteristics 3.3.1 CIPS 6-10 kVA S. 3.3.2 CIPS 6-10 kVA B/B2 3.3.3 External battery module. . Electrical installation Commissioning 3.4.2 3.4.3 3.4.4 Operation Recommended cable sections and fuse ratings. . Connections . Parallel installation operation 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 Control panel 4.1.1 Selection keys . 4.1.2 LED’s status indicators 4.1.3 LCD. . Operating mode UPS start-up and shutdown 4.3.1 UPS start-up . 4.3.2 UPS shutdown Display functions User settings LCD operation 4.6. I 4.6.2 4.6.3 4.6.4 4.6.5 4.6.6 4.6.7 Main menu UPS status menu . Measurement menu Event log menu Control menu Identification menu Setting menu . 3 .6 .6 .6 .8 .9 .9 . 10 . .10 . .10 . .10 . 12 . .12 .13 .14 . 15 .15 .15 .16 .20 .20 20 20 . .21 .22 .23 .23 .23 .24 .25 .26 .26 .26 .27 .27 .28 .28 .29
****** Page 4 ****** 4 ABB UPS PRODUCTS AND SOLUTIONS 5 6 7 Communication 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 RS-232 port USB port Emergency power off 5.3.1 Dry IN 5.3.2 Dry OUT. Network management card (optional) 5.4.1 Installing a serial network management card (optional). . 5.4.2 Monitoring software. . . Troubleshooting 6.1 Fault identification and rectification 6.2 Accessing alarms UPS status menu. . Event log menu . 6.3 Silencing the alarm Technical specifications Appendix A Appendix B .30 .30 . 31 . 31 .31 .31 . 32 .32 .32 . 33 . 33 . 33 .33 .33 .36 .37 .39 .40
****** Page 5 ****** 5 1 1.1 2 1. 1 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Important safety instructions READ THIS IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTION CHAPTER BEFORE READING THE OPERATING MANUAL Operator precautions Always follow the precautions and instructions described in this manual. Any deviations from the instructions may result in electric shock or cause accidental load loss. ABB DOES NOT TAKE ANY RESPONSIBILITY FOR DAMAGES CAUSED THROUGH INCORRECT USE OF THE UPS SYSTEM. DANGER DANGER DANGER DO NOT REMOVE ANY SCREWS FROM THE UPS SYSTEM OR FROM THE BATTERY CABI NET: DANGER OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK. HIGH FAULT CURRENTS (LEAKAGE CURRENTS). BEFORE CONNECTING THE MAINS ENSURE THAT THE UPS IS EARTHED! DISPLAY A WARNING LABEL ON ALL PRIMARY POWER ISOLATORS INSTALLED AWAY FROM THE UPS AREA TO WARN ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL THAT THE CIRCUIT FEEDS A UPS. MAKE SURE THAT WARNING LABEL CONTAINS THE FOLLOWING TEXT OR EQUIVALENT: “ISOLATE THE UPS (UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SUPPLY) BEFORE WORKING ON THIS CIRCUIT.” Environmental considerations To operate the UPS with optimal efficiency, your installation site should meet the environmental parameters outlined in this user manual. Excessive amounts of dust or moisture in the operating environment may cause damage or lead to malfunction. The UPS should always be protected from the weather and sunshine. The operating environment must meet the weight, airflow, size and clearance requirements specified in the technical datasheet. Under no circumstances should the UPS be installed in an airtight room, in the presence of flammable gases, or in an environment exceeding the environmental requirements specified 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 +40 oc and the humidity should be below 95 percent (non-condensing).
****** Page 6 ****** 6 1. 1. 3 ABB UPS PRODUCTS AND SOLUTIONS Declaration of safety conformity and CE marking The PowerValue 11 T G2 is designed, manufactured and commercialized in accordance with the EN ISO 9001 standard relating to quality management systems. These products conform with the following directives: 2014/35/ElJ Low voltage directive 2014/30/ElJ Electromagnetic Compatibility directive (EMC) 2011/65/ElJ Restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances (RoHS) directive 4 Inquiries Inquiries regarding the UPS should be addressed to the local ABB office or agent authorized by ABB. Note the type code and the serial number of the equipment before contacting These products also meet the following product standards: Table 1: Standards Safety EMC Performance ESD Radiated field EFT Fast transients Electromagnetic field Conducted magnetic field RoHS Product Standards IEC/EN 62040-1: 2008+A1: 2013 IEC/EN 62040-2: 2006 IEC/EN 62040-3 2: Level 3 IEC 61000-4- 3: Level 3 IEC 61000-4- 4: Level 4 IEC 61000- 4- 5. Level 4 IEC 61000-4- 6: Level 3 IEC 61000-4- – 8: Level 4 IEC 61000 4- IEC/EN50S81:2012 ABB or authorized agent. The serial number is shown on the nameplate of the product. For further information on troubleshooting, see Chapter 6. 1.5 Operation WARNING NOTE NOTE DO NOT DISCONNECT THE MAINS CABLE FROM THE UPS OR THE BUILDING WIRING SOCKET DURING OPERATION AS THIS REMOVES THE GROUND FROM THE UPS AND ALL CONNECTED LOADS. PRESS THE OFF BUTTON TO FULLY DISCONNECT THE UPS. ENSURE THE UPS IS ON BYPASS OR ON STANDBY MODE BEFORE DISCONNECTING IT FROM THE MAINS. TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, CONNECT THE UPS TO A CIRCUIT PROVIDED WITH BRANCH CIRCUIT OVERCURRENT PROTECTION WITH AN AMPERE RATING IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE IEC/EN 60934 STANDARD OR YOUR LOCAL ELECTRICAL CODE. SEE TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR RECOMMENDATIONS. WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING INDISCRIMINATE OPERATION OF SWITCHES MAY CAUSE OUTPUT LOSS OR DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT. NEVER DISPOSE OF BATTERIES IN A FIRE AS THEY MAY EXPLODE. DO NOT OPEN OR DAMAGE THE BATTERIES. RELEASED ELECTROLYTE IS HARMFUL TO THE SKIN AND EYES.
****** Page 7 ****** 2 1 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Maintenance PowerValue 11 T G2 UPS requires only minimal maintenance. Charge the UPS regularly to maximize the expected life of the battery. When connected to mains power, the UPS charges the batteries and prevents the batteries from overcharging and over-discharging. Replace the batteries when the battery service life has been exceeded (around three to five years at 250C ambient temperature). Contact your local ABB or an agent authorized by ABB for replacements. Charge the UPS once every four to six months if it is not used regularly. In high-temperature regions, charge and discharge the battery every two months. The standard charging time should be at least 12 hours. Replace the battery when the discharge time is less than 50 percent of specified after fully charging. Check the battery connection or contact your local dealer to order a new battery. DANGER DANGER DANGER DANGER WARNING WARNING 7 COMPONENTS INSIDE THE UPS ARE CONNECTED TO THE BATTERY EVEN WHEN THE UPS IS DISCONNECTED FROM THE MAINS POWER SUPPLY. DISCONNECT THE BATTERIES BEFORE CARRYING OUT ANY KIND OF SERVICE AND/OR MAINTENANCE. VERIFY THAT NO CURRENT IS PRESENT, AND NO HAZARDOUS VOLTAGE EXISTS IN THE CAPACITOR OR BUS CAPACITOR TERMINALS. 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 SERVICI NG. A BATTERY CAN PRESENT A RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK AND HIGH SHORT CIRCUIT CURRENT. THE FOLLOWING PRECAUTIONS SHOULD BE OBSERVED WHEN WORKING ON BATTERIES: • REMOVE WATCHES, RINGS OR OTHER METAL OBJECTS • MAKE USE OF PROPER PPE (PERSONAL PROTECTION EQUIPMENT) AS PER LOCAL POLICIES AND RULES WEAR FLAME/ARC RESISTANT WHOLE BODY CLOTHING WEAR SUITABLE VOLTAGE RATED GLOVES USE SAFETY DIELECTRIC FOOTWEAR WEAR ARC FLASH FACE SHIELD USE VOLTAGE RATED TOOLS • DO NOT TOOLS OR METAL PARTS ON TOP OF BATTERIES • DISCONNECT THE CHARGING SOURCE PRIOR TO CONNECTING OR DISCONNECTING BATTERY TERMINALS. REPLACE BATTERIES WITH THE SAME NUMBER AND SAME TYPE OF BATTERIES. REPLACE FUSES ONLY WITH FUSES OF THE SAME TYPE AND OF THE SAME AMPERAGE TO AVOID FIRE HAZARDS.
****** Page 8 ****** 8 2.1 UPS ABB UPS PRODUCTS AND SOLUTIONS disposal and recycling 2.1.1 For professional users in the European Union THE CROSSED -OUT WHEELED BIN SYMBOL ON THE PRODUCT(S) AND / OR ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS MEANS THAT USED ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT (WEEE) SHOULD NOT BE MIXED WITH GENERAL HOUSEHOLD WASTE. IF YOU WISH TO DISCARD ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT (EEE), PLEASE CONTACT YOUR DEALER OR SUPPLIER FOR FURTHER INFORMATION. DISPOSING OF THIS PRODUCT CORRECTLY WILL HELP SAVE VALUABLE RESOURCES AND PREVENT ANY POTENTIAL NEGATIVE EFFECTS ON HUMAN HEALTH AND THE ENVIRONMENT, WHICH COULD OTHERWISE ARISE FROM INAPPROPRIATE WASTE HANDLING. 2.1.2 For disposal in countries outside of the European Union THE CROSSED -OUT WHEELED BIN SYMBOL IS ONLY VALID IN THE EUROPEAN UNION (EU) AND MEANS THAT USED ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT (WEEE) SHOULD NOT BE MIXED WITH GENERAL HOUSEHOLD WASTE. IF YOU WISH TO DISCARD THIS PRODUCT PLEASE CONTACT YOUR LOCAL AUTHORITIES OR DEALER AND ASK FOR THE CORRECT METHOD OF DISPOSAL. DISPOSING OF THIS PRODUCT CORRECTLY WILL HELP SAVE VALUABLE RESOURCES AND PREVENT ANY POTENTIAL NEGATIVE EFFECTS ON HUMAN HEALTH AND THE ENVIRONMENT, WHICH COULD OTHERWISE ARISE FROM INAPPROPRIATE WASTE HANDLING.
****** Page 9 ****** 3 NSTALLATION 9 3 3.1 Installation Delivery, transportation, positioning and storage 3.1.1 Receipt of the UPS and visual inspection When receiving the UPS, carefully examine the packing container and the UPS for any signs of physical damage. In case of damage, notify the carrier immediately. The packing container of the UPS protects it from mechanical and environmental damage. To increase protection, the UPS is wrapped in a plastic sheet. Keep the packaging for later re-use. 3.1.2 Unpacking list After examining the package, open the box and check the following items are included: lx Powervalue 11 T G2 UPS lx user manual 2 x UPS stands (support) (only for 6 kVA B/B2 & 10 kVA B/B2) 4 x M4 round screw (UPS stands) EPO contactor Dry contactor lx IEC C13-C14 cable 1 x monitoring software CD 1 x 15-pin communication cable (for parallel systems) RS232 cable lx USB cable Examine the UPS for any signs of damage and ensure that the received UPS corresponds to the material indicated in the delivery note. Notify your carrier or supplier immediately in case of any damage. 3.1.3 Storage of UPS If you plan to store the UPS prior to use, keep it in a dry, clean and cool storage room with an ambient temperature between -15 oc to +600C and humidity of less than 95 percent (non- condensing). If the packing container has been removed, protect the UPS from dust. Always keep the UPS in an upright position and do not drop.
****** Page 10 ****** 10 ABB UPS PRODUCTS AND SOLUTIONS 3.2 Site planning and positioning 01 Stabilizer brackets preparation 02 Stabilizer brackets installation 3.2.1 Planning before the installation To ensure a long service life, install the unit in a position where any danger to the UPS is minimized: Install the UPS indoors. Leave 50 cm of space on each side of the cabinet to allow cooling airflow and ensure that the circulation of air to the ventilation slits is not obstructed. Avoid excessively high temperatures and excessive moisture. Make sure that the surface is solid and flat. 3.2.2 Positioning PowerValue 11 T G2 can only be installed in a standalone configuration. WARNING WATER CONDENSATION MAY OCCUR IF THE UPS IS UNPACKED IN A VERY LOW TEMPERATURE. TO AVOID HAZARDS AND RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, WAIT UNTIL THE UPS IS FULLV DRY BOTH INSIDE AND OUTSIDE BEFORE INSTALLING/USING THE UPS. 3.2.3 184.108.40.206 Standalone / tower installation UPS 1. Place the unit on a flat, stable surface in its final location. 2. Install ‘Stabilizer bracket'(optional): remove side’s screw from the unit, then install ‘Stabilizer bracket’ to the unit.(figure 1). 3. Install the unit to a surface(optional): place 4pcs bolts(M8 is recommended) to the final location previously, bolt’s position please refer to below, then fix the unit to the bolts. 01 02
****** Page 11 ****** 3 NSTALLATION 11 03 EBM Connection 04 EBM Connection 220.127.116.11 External battery modules 1. Install the EBM model (Refer to UPS model installation as privous described). 2. Connect EBM to UPS with ‘Battery power cable’. NOTE NOTE NOTE FOR EACH UPS MAKE USE OF THE STANDARD MATCHING BATTERY CABINET; PLEASE REFER TO YOUR LOCAL SALES MANAGER / DEALER FOR DETAILS UP TO FOUR EXTERNAL BATTERY ENCLOSURES CAN BE CONNECTED TO THE UPS IN THE SAME WAY AS SHOWN ABOVE. AFTER CONNECTING THE BATTERY ENCLOSURES, CONFIGURE THE NUMBER OF BATTERY MODULES IN THE CONTROL PANEL (FOR MORE INFORMATION SEE CHAPTER 4.6.7). SEE APPENDIX C FOR FURTHER DETAILS. 03 04
****** Page 12 ****** 12 ABB UPS PRODUCTS AND SOLUTIONS 3.3 General characteristics 05 UPS front panel 06 UPS 6 kVAS rear panel 07 UPS 10 kVAS rear panel 3.3.1 ups 6-10 kVA s The figures below shows the front and the rear panel of the UPS 6-10 kVA S model. 00 05 10 06 4 07 Table 2: UPS 6-10kVA S model front and rear panel connectors and ports 10 11 12 RS232 RJII (PDIJ connection) [reserved for future development] EBM connector USB SNMP/Modbus/ AS400 slot Dry IN/OUT Parallel card EPO Fans Maintenance bypass switch Input switch Input/Output terminals
****** Page 13 ****** 3 NSTALLATION 08 UPS front panel 09 UPS 6 kVA B/B2 rear panel 10 UPS 10 kVA B/B2 rear panel 3.3.2 ups 6-10 kVA B/B2 The figures below shows the front and the rear panel of the UPS 6-10 kVA B/B2 model. 00 13 5 6 8 5 6 8 1 08 4 7 9 10 11 09 0, (tog)) 4 7 10 11 10 o o aooooooooooooooaatl oooooooooooooo•aaa ooooooooooooooaaaa aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaao Table 3: UPS 6-10kVA B/B2 model front and rear panel connectors and ports 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 RS232 RJII (PDIJ connection) [reserved for future development] EBM connector USB SNMP/Modbus/ AS400 slot Dry IN/OUT Parallel card EPO Fans Maintenance bypass switch Input switch Input/Output terminals
****** Page 14 ****** 14 11 EBM front panel 12 EBM rear panel ABB UPS PRODUCTS AND SOLUTIONS External battery module 3.3.3 The figures below shows the front and the rear panel of the external battery module. 1 11 2 12 fii 2 Table 4: External battery module (EBM) front and rear panel connectors and ports 1 2 Fuse board cover (to replace EBM fuse) EBM connector
****** Page 15 ****** 3 NSTALLATION 3.4 Electrical installation 13 Circuit breaker 14 External back- feed isolation 3.4.1 Commissioning The commissioning of the UPS includes 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. DANGER 15 RISK OF BACKFEED VOLTAGE. ISOLATE THE UPS BY INSTALLING AN EXTERNAL ISOLATING DEVICE BETWEEN THE MAINS INPUT AND THE UPS. BEFORE WORKING ON THIS CIRCUIT, CHECK FOR HAZARDOUS VOLTAGE. WARNING DANGER DO NOT OPERATE IN CASE OF PRESENCE OF WATER OR MOISTURE. WHEN OPENING OR REMOVING THE UPS COVERS YOU ARE EXPOSED TO DANGEROUS VOLTAGES. ABB recommends that an external isolating device is installed between the mains input and UPS as shown in Figure 12 to protect against backfeed currents. Input main breaker AC contactor Line input Neutral AC Contactor: 14 Mains input Recommended cable sections and fuse 3.4.2 ratings When selecting the cable cross-sections and the protective devices, follow the recommendations in the technical specifications document or follow local standards. 01 remote 208-240 v, 63 A (Powervalue 11 T G2 6 kVA B/B2/S) 208-240 v, 80 A (Powervalue 11 T G210 kVA B/B2/S) DANGER TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, THE UNIT SHOULD ONLY CONNECT TO A CIRCUIT PROVIDED WITH BRANCH CIRCUIT OVERCURRENT PROTECTION FOR: D CURVE 63 A RATING (UPSTREAM CIRCUIT), FOR SKVA MODELS, D CURVE 80 A RATING (UPSTREAM CIRCUIT), FOR IOKVA MODELS 2 poles circuit breaker Ll N(L2) to UPS Normal A1 G N(L2) Ll 13 Table 5: Recommended cable cross sections Model Protective earthing conductor (min. cross section) Input L, N, G (min conductor cross section) Input fuse Output L, N, (min. conductor cross section) 6 kVA (B/B2/S) 10 mrnA2 (8 AWG) 10 mrnA2 (8 AWG) 63 A 10 mrnA2 (8 AWG) 10 kVA (B/B2/S) 16 rnmA2 (6 AWG) 16 mmA2 (6 AWG) 80 A 16 mmA2 (6 AWG)
****** Page 16 ****** 16 15 Terminal connections ABB UPS PRODUCTS AND SOLUTIONS 3.4.3 Connections our DANGER WARNING HIGH LEAKAGE CURRENT: MAKE SURE THAT THE EARTH WIRE IS CONNECTED. COMMON INPUT/OUTPUT SOURCES CONNECTION BEFORE CARRING OUT ANY CONNECTION, CHECK THAT THE UPSTREAM PROTECTION DEVICES (NORMAL AC SOURCE AND BYPASS AC SOURCES) ARE OPEN “0” (OFF). O 15 To access the terminal blocks, remove the terminal block cover by unscrewing the two screws. Refer to the chapter 3.3 for the poistion of the terminal block cover. Connect the AC cable to the terminal blocks; refer to the indication on the rear panel. Tie up the AC cable to the rear panel and re-install the cover of the terminal block. WARNING O O INDUCTIVE LOADS (FOR EXAMPLE MONITORS AND LASER PRINTERS) HAVE A VERY HIGH POWER CONSUMPTION AT START-UP. IF CONNECTED TO THE ups, THE START-UP POWER OF SUCH LOADS MUST BE TAKEN INTO CONSIDERATION WHEN CALCULATING THE CAPACITY OF THE UPS TO PREVENT THE UPS FROM BEING OVERLOADED AND TURNED OFF.
****** Page 17 ****** 3 NSTALLATION 16 Parallel system installation diagram 3.4.4 Parallel installation operation Up to three UPSs can be connected in parallel to configure a sharing and redundant output power. From Utility Mains Breaker I/P Breaker UPS 3# O/P Breaker 17 o I/P Breaker UPS 1# O/P Breaker 16 I/P Breaker UPS 2# O/P Breaker Main O/P Breaker Mains Mechanical or static switch To Load
****** Page 18 ****** 18 17 Parallel cable connection 18 Parallel connection cable locker 19 Parallel system wi ring diagram ABB UPS PRODUCTS AND SOLUTIONS How to install a new parallel UPS system: 1. 2. 3. 17 4. 18 Before installing a new parallel UPS system, prepare the input/output wires, breakers and a main maintenance mechanical switch or static switch. Independent battery packs for each UPS. Remove the cover plate from the parallel connection port on the UPS, connect each UPS one by one with a parallel connection cable and make sure the cable is screwed in tightly. Install the cable locker to protect the parallel cable for each UPS. 5. Connect the input and output wires and make sure all the breakers are turned off. 19
****** Page 19 ****** 3 6. 7. 8. 9. NSTALLATION Turn on the input breakers for the parallel UPS. Hold button for more than 1 s on one UPS in the system; the system will then switch to line mode. Check the output voltage of each UPS separately and check if the difference in output voltage is less than 0.5 V among the units in the parallel system. If the difference is more than 0.5 V, the UPS need to be regulated. If the difference in output voltage is less than 0.5 V, turn off the input breakers to let the UPS shut down. Then switch on the output breakers for all UPSs. 19 How to remove a single UPS from a parallel system: 10.Switch on the input breakers for the parallel UPS. Hold button for more than 1 s on one UPS in the system; the system will then switch to line mode. After these operations, the system will work normally in parallel mode. WIRING REQUIREMENT: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. i NOTE 1. IF THE DISTANCE BETWEEN THE UPS AND BREAKER PANEL IS LESS THAN 20 METERS IN A PARALLEL SYSTEM, THE LENGTH DIFFERENCE BETWEEN INPUT AND OUTPUT CABLE OF THE UPS IS REQUIRED TO BE LESS THAN 20%. 2. IF THE DISTANCE BETWEEN THE UPS AND BREAKER PANEL IS MORE THAN 20 METERS IN A PARALLEL SYSTEM, THE LENGTH DIFFERENCE BETWEEN INPUT AND OUTPUT CABLE OF THE UPS IS REQUIRED TO BE LESS THAN Firstly, a main maintenance mechanical switch or static switch should be installed on the parallel system. Ensure the bypass is normal and the auto bypass setting is at “enable,” then press the button to turn off the UPS system and the UPS system will switch to bypass mode. Transfer the main maintenance switch or static switch from “UPS” to “BPS,” then switch off the output breakers, input breakers and mains breaker in the parallel system. The UPS will then shut down. Switch off the main output breaker and output breaker in the parallel system. Remove the UPS of interest and disconnect cables/wires. Switch on the mains breaker and input breaker of the reserve UPS, make sure the UPS is in bypass mode. Switch on the output breaker and main output breaker. Transfer the main maintenance switch or static switch from “BPS” to “UPS” and press the button to turn on the UPS, and the UPS will turn on in line mode. How to remove all the UPSs from a parallel system: How to add a new UPS to a parallel system: 1. Firstly, a main maintenance mechanical switch or static switch should be installed in the parallel system. 2. Regulate the output voltage of the new UPS: check if the output voltage difference between the new UPS and the parallel system is less than 0.5 V. 3. Ensure the bypass of the parallel system is normal and the auto bypass setting is at “enable,” then press the button to turn off the UPS, the UPS will switch to bypass mode. 4. Set the main maintenance switch or static switch from “UPS” to “BPS,” then switch off the main output breaker, input breaker and mains breaker. The UPS will then shut down. 5. Connect the cable and wire for the new UPS. 6. Switch on the input breakers and mains breaker and make sure that every UPS is in bypass mode. 7. Switch on the output breakers and main output breaker, transfer the main maintenance switch or static switch from “BPS” to “UPS”. 8. Press the button on one UPS – all the UPSs will turn on. The system will work in line mode. 1. 2. 3. Firstly, a main maintenance mechanical switch or static switch should be installed on the parallel system. Ensure the bypass is normal and the auto bypass setting is set to “enable”. Press the button to turn off the UPS system, and the UPS system will switch to bypass mode. Transfer the main maintenance switch or static switch from “UPS” to “BPS”, then switch off the output breakers, input breakers and mains breaker in the parallel system, and the UPS will shut down. The line will power the load via the maintenance mechanical switch or static switch.
****** Page 20 ****** 20 4 ABB UPS PRODUCTS AND SOLUTIONS Operation This chapter describes how the UPS is operated through the LCD. The user can: Operate the LCD Start up and shut down the UPS (excluding the commissioning start up) Operate additional SNMP/Modbus adapters and their software 4.1 Control panel The user-friendly control panel has two parts: 20 Control panel Selection keys Power management LCD (PMD) Status LEDs 4.1.1 Table 6: Button Battery mode Online mode LED’s LCD Selection keys Escape 20 I Battery Battery Min Bypass I Fault Load Bypass mode Fault On/Off Selection keys UPS selection keys Function Power ON/OFF Scroll UP Illustration Turn the UPS on and off or change operating mode. Scroll up through the menu. Scroll down up Output 230v 5010 Down Enter Scroll DOWN through the menu. Select and Select / Edit confirm settings. ESCI100ms, Output voltage By pre 00tput voltage to select the wanted option > Is, to confirm the setting The option would stop flashing after being confirmed Settings Password:AAA Change language EnglishfDeutsch/ Espatiol User password disabled/enabled Audible alarms disabled/enabled Output voltage 230V/240V Output frequency Autosensing/ 50Hz/60Hz Power strategy nortnal/high efficiency/converter Auto bypass disabled/enabled Auto restart disabled/enabled 28 LCD contrast Site wiring fault alarm disabledenabled Charger current 0—4A for standard model/O—12A for S model Battery remaining time disabledienabled Extemal battery modules 0—20 AH setting disabled External battery AH setting 0—300 “AH setting enabled Starr on battery disabledenabled Dry out Load powered On battery mode Battery low battery disconnected bypass output LIPS normal Dry in Disabled/SONJ SOFFMaintain Bypass
****** Page 30 ****** 30 5 ABB UPS PRODUCTS AND SOLUTIONS Communication A USB and an RS-232 port are available to enable the communication between the UPS and a remote computer/ station. Only one communication port can be active at a time and the priority is given to the USB port. Once the communication cable is installed, the power management software can exchange information with the UPS. The software collects information from the UPS and indicates the status of the device, the power quality of the mains and the battery autonomy of the units. 5.1 RS-232 port The UPS has an RS-232 port for UPS monitoring, 30 RS-232 control and firmware updates. To establish Communication Port communication between the UPS and a computer, (DB-9 Connector) connect one end of the serial communication cable to the RS-232 port on the UPS and the other end to the RS-232 port of a computer. The cable pins for the RS-232 communication port are described in “Figure 30” and “Table 11”. 30 If there is a power failure and a predicted shutdown of the UPS due to low battery autonomies, the monitoring system can save the load data and initiate shutdown of the equipment connected to the UPS. Table 12. • Communication port pin assignment PIN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Signal Name Function DCD TxD RxD DTR GND DSR RTS CTS RI Battery low signal Transmit to external device Receive from external device PnP from external device Signal common To external device No connection On battery signal VDC power Direction from UPS Out Out In In Out In Out Out
****** Page 31 ****** 5 COMMUNICATION 5.2 USB port The UPS can communicate with USB-compliant computers that run power management software. To establish communication between the UPS and a computer, connect the USB cable to the USB port on the UPS. Connect the other end of the cable to the USB port on a computer. 5.3 Emergency power off 31 31 EPO (Emergency power off) 32 Dry IN & OUT connector The EPO connector can be used to block the output of the UPS in case of an emergency. The EPO connector can be configured as Normally Closed (NC) or Normally Opened (NO) through the USB or RS232 port. By default, the EPO connector is Normally Closed (NC) 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 changed. To return to normal status, the EPO connector must be closed. Enter the LCD menu to clear the EPO status (Control–>Reset fault status–>Reset fault). The UPS alarm is cleared and bypass mode is recovered. Set the UPS to inverter mode manually. EPO 31 5.3.1 Dry IN Dry in allows a remote action to switch on/ switch off/ maintenance bypass the UPS. This is done by switching the contact from closed to open. 5.3.2 Dry OUT The dry out port is normally closed. If the dry out port is open, it indicates that the UPS is running in bypass or inverter mode / on battery mode / battery low / battery disconnected / bypass output/ UPS normal. DRY DRY OUT IN 32
****** Page 32 ****** 32 ABB UPS PRODUCTS AND SOLUTIONS 5.4 Network management card (optional) The PowerValue 11 T G2 is equipped with an intelligent slot for optional cards for remote management of the UPS through the Internet/ intranet. Either of the following accessories can be installed in the intelligent slot: • SNMP/Modbus card – SNMP/Modbus, HTTP and monitoring capabilities through a Web browser interface. AS400 card AS400 card for AS400 communication protocol. Installing a serial network management 5.4.1 card (optional) Each UPS has a communication slot for an optional serial network management protocol (SNMP) card. After installing an SNMP/Modbus card, an environmental monitoring probe can be connected. i THE UPS DOES NOT HAVE TO BE SHUT DOWN BEFORE INSTALLING A COMMUNICATION CARD. NOTE To install a network management card: 1. Remove the two screws that protect the communication slot of the UPS. 2. Insert the SNMP/Modbus card into the communication slot. 3. Screw the SNMP/Modbus card onto the slot using the screws removed in Step 1 Compatible SNMP/Modbus cards: CS141 Basic, CS141 ModBus, CS141 Advanced, Winpower SNMP/Modbus, Winpower ModBus. For more information on the SNMP/ Modbus Cards, see the SNMP/ Modbus user’s manual. For more details about parameters available when using an SNMP/Modbus card with PowerValue 11 T G2, see Appendices A and B. 5.4.2 Monitoring software The UPS can be monitored using software. The software provides a remote and safe shutdown for multi-client systems in case of absence of power at the UPS output. Instructions on how to install the software are provided with the network management cards. For more information, contact your local supplier.
****** Page 33 ****** 6 TROUBLESHOOTING Troubleshooting 6 6.1 Fault identification and rectification 33 Alarms and events indicate warnings and notify of errors or potential failures in the system. The output of the UPS is not necessarily affected when an alarm arises but taking the correct actions may prevent loss of power to the load. 6.2 Accessing alarms The control panel provides troubleshooting information from two main menus: UPS status menu: access to all active alarms Event log menu: access to the most recent 50 events, which may include active and closed alarms. UPS status menu From the UPS status menu, you can access the following screens for troubleshooting information: Status summary: The status summary screen provides information on both operating mode and load. During normal operation, the display has a blue background with white text. In the case of a critical alarm, the backlight color changes to orange with dark text. Alarm: A separate screen appears for each active notice or alarm. Battery status: The battery status screen indicates the battery charge mode, the percentage of the battery that is charged and runtime with the present load. To access troubleshooting information using the UPS status menu screen: 1. Press Afor longer than 1 second to go to the UPS status menu screen. 2. Press —to access the UPS status main screen. 3. Press •to access the notice and alarm screens. 4. The UPS status main screen shows load information. The status icon indicates the UPS operating-mode. 5. Press •to scroll through the notice and alarm information. 6. After scrolling through all alarms, press to access the battery status screen. Event log menu From the Event log menu, you can access the latest 50 alarms, events and notices, arranged from newest to oldest. Events and alarms are logged in the Event log when they occur and, if applicable, when they are cleared: Events are silent conditions that are recorded in the Event log as status information. Events do not require a response. Alarms, including active alarms, are recorded in the Event log. Active alarms are announced by either an intermittent beep or a continuous sound. Examples are “Fan locked” and “Heat sink temperature high.” Active alarms require a response. To access troubleshooting information using the Event log menu: 1. 2. 3. Press for 1 second to go to the main menu selection and scroll down to the Event log menu using u. Press to enter the Event log list. Scroll through the listed events, notices, and alarms using •or • i THE MOST RECENT EVENTS ARE DISPLAYED ON TOP OF THE LIST (FOR EXAMPLE 1/50). NOTE
****** Page 34 ****** ABB UPS PRODUCTS AND SOLUTIONS Alarm or Event Battery mode Battery (Orange) LED is on. 1 beep every 4 seconds. Code: E062 Battery low Battery(Orange) LED is on. 1 beep every 1 second. Code: A012 No battery Fault (Red) LED is Flash Ibeep every 1 second Code: AOII Bypass mode Bypass (Orange) LED is on. Code: E060 Power overload Fault (Red) LED is Flash 2 beeps every 1 second Code: A041 UPS over temperature Fault (Red) LED is on. Beep continuous. Code: F081 ON Maintenance Bypass Bypass (Orange) LED is on. Code: A072 In HE Mode Line (green) LED is on. Code: E063 Site Wiring Fault Fault (Red) LED is flash Ibeep every 1 second Code: A004 Back feed Fault (Red) LED is On. Beep continuous. Code: F093 Inv Overload Fault Fault (Red) LED is On Beep continuous. Code: F042 Byp Overload Fault Fault (Red) LED is On. Beep continuous. Code: F043 Output Short Circuit Fault (Red) LED is On. Beep continuous. Code: F031 Fan Failure Fault (Red) LED is flash 1 beep every 1 second Code: A085 BUS Over Voltage Fault (Red) LED is On. Beep continuous. Code: F021 Possible cause A utility failure has occurred and the UPS is in battery mode. The UPS is in battery mode and the battery is running low. The batteries are disconnected. An overload or a fault has occurred, or a command has been received and the UPS is in bypass mode. Power requirements exceed the UPS capacity. The UPS internal heat sink temperature is too high, or a fan has failed. At the warning level, the UPS generates the alarm but remains in the current operating state. If the temperature rises another 20C, the UPS transfers to bypass mode or standby mode. UPS was manually commanded to switch to bypass and will remain in bypass until commanded out of bypass. The UPS is on bypass while operating on the high efficiency setting. Site fault detection is supported on all models any time there is a grounding neutral connection. Alarm triggers when the difference between ground and neutral voltage is V. UPS has an unexpected bypass current on battery mode. Remedy The UPS is powering the equipment with battery power. Prepare your equipment for shutdown. This warning is approximate, and the actual time to shutdown may vary significantly. Depending on the UPS load and number of external battery modules (EBMs), the “Battery Low” warning may occur before the batteries reach 20 percent capacity. Verify that all batteries are properly connected. If the condition persists, contact your service representative. Equipment is powered but not protected by the UPS. Check for one of the following alarms: over temperature, overload or UPS failure. Remove some of the equipment from the UPS. The UPS continues to operate, but may switch to bypass mode or shut down if the load increases. The alarm resets when the condition becomes inactive. Clear vents and remove any heat sources. Allow the UPS to cool. Ensure the airflow around the UPS is not restricted. Restart the UPS. If the condition persists, contact your service representative. Check the maintenance bypass switch status. The equipment transferred to bypass utility power as a normal function of high efficiency operation. Battery mode is available and your equipment is protected. Site fault detection should be enabled by default. It can still be enabled / disabled from the LCD settings menu. Reconnect all input wires. Transfer to maintenance bypass and call service. The UPS transfers to battery mode if UPS has transferred to bypass or fault mode supporting the load. Remove some of the because of overload in inverter mode. equipment from the UPS. UPS has cut off the output and transferred to fault mode because of overload in bypass mode or HE mode. Indicates that the UPS has detected abnormally low impedance placed on its output and considers it a short circuit. Remove some of the equipment from the UPS. Remove all the loads. Turn off the UPS. Check if UPS output and load has short circuit. Ensure short circuit is removed before turning on again. Indicates that the fan could not work normally. Check UPS fans. Indicates that the UPS has bus overvoltage fault. The UPS transfers to bypass mode if supporting the load.
****** Page 35 ****** 6 TROUBLESHOOTING Alarm or Event BUS Under Voltage Fault (Red) LED is On. Beep continuous. Code: F022 BUS Unbalance Fault (Red) LED is On. Beep continuous. Code: F023 BUS Short Fault (Red) LED is On. Beep continuous. Code: F024 BUS Softstart Fail Fault (Red) LED is On. Beep continuous. Code: F025 Inv Over Voltage Fault (Red) LED is On. Beep continuous. Code: F032 Inv Under Voltage Fault (Red) LED is On. Beep continuous. Code: F033 Inv Softstart Fail Fault (Red) LED is On. Beep continuous. Code: F034 Charger Fail Fault (Red) LED is flash 1 beep every 1 second Code: A015 Battery Over Voltage Fault (Red) LED is On. Beep continuous. Code: F016 Negative power Fault Fault (Red) LED is On. Beep continuous. Code: FOEI Parallel cable loss Fault (Red) LED is On. Beep continuous. Code: FOE2 Parallel system battery status Fault (Red) LED is flash 1 beep every 1 second Code: AOE6 Line input different Fault (Red) LED is flash 1 beep every 1 second Code: AOE7 Power strategy different Fault (Red) LED is flash 1 beep every 1 second Code: AOE9 Rate power different Fault (Red) LED is flash 1 beep every 1 second Code: AOEA HE in parallel Fault (Red) LED is flash 1 beep every 1 second Code: AOEB 35 Possible cause Indicates that the UPS has bus undervoltage fault. Indicates that the positive bus voltage and negative bus voltage are too lopsided. Indicates that the bus voltage is decreasing very fast. Indicates that the bus could not soft start successfully. Indicates that the UPS has inverter overvoltage fault. Indicates that the UPS has inverter undervoltage fault. Indicates that the inverter could not soft start successfully. Indicates that the UPS has confirmed the charger has failed. Indicates that the battery voltage is too high. In a parallel system, power of UPS is negative. In parallel system, parallel cable disconnected. UPSI connect battery, UPS2 without battery. Parallel system, UPSI line 0k, UPS2 line loss. Parallel system, UPS mode (normal, converter, HE) different. Parallel system rated power different. Parallel system, UPS mode set as HE Remedy The UPS transfers to bypass mode if supporting the load. The UPS transfers to bypass mode if supporting the load. Contact your service representative. Contact your service representative. The UPS transfers to bypass mode if supporting the load. The UPS transfers to bypass mode if supporting the load. Contact your service representative. The UPS turns off the charger until the next power recycle. Contact your service representative. The UPS will turn off the charger until the battery voltage is normal. Redundancy mode, the fault UPS turn to fault mode without output Increase mode, UPSI& UPS2 turn to fault mode. Disconnect parallel cable one turn to fault mode. Check battery connect status. Check the line input. Check UPS OP mode, keep OP mode be the same. Rated power different, not allowed to turn on UPS. Keep rated power the same. HE not allowed in parallel system, change UPS mode.
****** Page 36 ****** 36 ABB UPS PRODUCTS AND SOLUTIONS Always have the following information available when calling the after-sales service department: 1. Model number and serial number 2. Date on which the problem occurred 3. LCD/LED display infrmation and buzzer alarm status 4. 5. Mains power condition, load type and capacity, environment temperature and ventilation condition Information on external battery pack (battery capacity, quantity). 6.3 Silencing the alarm Press the ESC (Escape) button on the front panel display for 3 seconds to silence the alarm. Check the alarm condition and perform the relevant action to resolve the condition. If the alarm status changes or the ESC button is pressed for 3 seconds again, the alarm beeps again, overriding the previous alarm silencing.
****** Page 37 ****** 7 TECHNICAL CATIONS 37 7 Technical specifications GENERAL DATA Output rated power Output power factor Topology Parallel configuration Inbuilt batteries INPUT Nominal input voltage Input voltage tolerance Input current THDi Frequency range Power factor OUTPUT Rated output voltage Voltage tolerance Voltage distortion Overload capacity (linear load) on inverter Nominal frequency Crest factor EFFICIENCY Overall system efficiency In eco-mode ENVIRONMENT Protection rating Storage temperature Ope rating temperature Relative humidity Altitude (above see level) BATTERIES Type Inbuilt batteries Charging current Recharge time (inbuilt batteries) COMMUNICATIONS User interface Optional communication cards STANDARDS Safety EMC Performance Manufacturing WEIGHT, DIMENSIONS Weight Dimensions w x h xd 11T G2 6kVA B/ 82 / S 6’ooow 1.0 Online double conversion Yes, up to 3 UPS Yes/Yes/No 208/220/230/240 VAC 100-276 (load dependent) <3% with full resistive load 11T G2 IOkVA B/ / S 10'ooow 45-55Hz / 54-66Hz (extendable to 40N70HZ at load < 60%) 20.995 208/220/230/240 VAC ±1% (referred to 230V) > UPS Status UPS Monitoring >> UPS Status UPS Monitoring >> UPS Status UPS Monitoring >> UPS Status UPS Monitoring >> UPS Status UPS Monitoring >> UPS Status UPS Monitoring >> UPS Status UPS Monitoring >> UPS Status UPS Monitoring >> UPS Status UPS Monitoring >> UPS Status UPS Monitoring >> UPS Status UPS Monitoring >> UPS Parameters UPS Monitoring >> UPS Parameters UPS Monitoring >> UPS Parameters UPS Monitoring >> UPS Identification UPS Monitoring >> UPS Identification Additional Network card Information Additional Network card Information UPS Monitoring >> UPS Identification UPS Monitoring >> UPS Identification
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