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PDF Content Summary: LIEBERT PSI5TM UPS Quick Installation User Guide IMPORTANT: Before installing, MODEL DESIGN CONFIGURATIONS connecting to supply or operating your Liebert PSI5TM UPS, please PSI5-800/1100/1500RT120 review the Safety and Regulatory Statements sheet. For detailed installation, operating, maintenance and troubleshooting information refer to the PSI5TM User Guide available at http://www.VertivCo.com. INSTALLATION PSI5-2200RT120 1. Inspecting the UPS Inspect the UPS for any signs of obvious damage. If damage is visible, do not proceed and call our warranty support line for assistance at 1-800-222-5877 menu option 3, or email at PSI5-3000RT120 microups.warranty@vertivco.com. 2. Choosing a location Install the PSI5TM UPS in a temperature-controlled environment that is free of corrosive and conductive contaminants. Avoid locations near heat or water sources and PSI5-5000RT208 exposed to direct sunlight. For proper ventilation, leave four inches clearance on all sides of the UPS. The input outlet should be nearby and easily accessible. 3. Installing the UPS # Description The PSI5TM UPS and optional PSI5TM UPS External Battery 1 Grounding screw Cabinets may be installed in either a tower or rack 2 Network/Fax/Modem surge protection input/output configuration. For tower 3 External battery connector installation, assemble and attach the tower support stands. For 4 USB communication port rack installation, attach the 5 Programmable receptacles brackets to the UPS, install the rail kit in the rack if needed, and 6 Non-programmable receptacles install the UPS in the rack. 7 SNMP IntelliSlot port NOTE: This UPS is not for use in a 8 Emergency Power Off (EPO) connector computer room as defined in the standard for the protection of 9 Input circuit breaker electronic computer/data 10 AC input processing equipment of ANSI/ NFPA 75. 11 Output circuit breaker 590-1817-501C/SL-23316_REV2_3-18 1 LIEBERT PSI5TM UPS Quick Installation User Guide PSI5TM UPS to External Battery Cabinet Connections PSI5-2200RT120 Shown Single/First EBC Second EBC

CONNECTIONS 1. Connecting Loads The UPS has non-programmable and programmable rear outlets. Plug your critical equipment (such as computer, monitors, etc.) into the non-programmable outlets and your less-critical equipment (such as printers and other less-often used peripherals) into the programmable outlets. 2. Connecting for Network Protection (Optional) Connect a network, fax, or modem to the network/fax/ modem surge-protection ports on the rear panel for protection from electrical surges to your computer or telephone network. 3. USB Communication Connection (Optional) Connect the PSI5TM through the rear panel USB Type-B port to a computer via USB to allow unattended, controlled- shutdown of your computer in case of UPS input power failure. 2 590-1817-501C/SL-23316_REV2_3-18 The UPS works with the computer running software built-in within the Microsoft® Windows® operating system or the Liebert MultilinkTM Shutdown software located at http://www.VertivCo.com. 4. Emergency Power- off (EPO) Connection (Optional) To comply with national and local wiring codes and regulations, the EPO connector internally disconnects all power sources to the UPS and connected equipment. To use this feature remove the factory- installed jumper on the rear- panel EPO connector and connect to active-open contacts that are normally closed but open during an emergency power off event. Operating logic may be reversed in the Settings menu. If you do not use the EPO connector, leave the factory- installed jumper in place and the default (active open) EPO setting in the Settings Menu. EBC port 5. External Battery Cabinet Connection (Optional) 5. External Battery Cabinet Connection (Optional) External battery cabinets provide longer battery run-time for connected devices. Refer to PSI5TM User Guide, to select the appropriate model and quantity for your PSI5TM model and applications. You can connect up to 6 battery cabinets to the PSI5. 1. Turn off the UPS utility input. 2. Open the front left cover on the UPS and the External Battery Cabinet (EBC) and disconnect the internal batteries. 3. Remove the EBC terminal External battery cabinets provide longer battery run-time for connected devices. Refer to PSI5TM User Guide, to select the appropriate model and quantity for your PSI5TM model and applications. You can connect up to 6 battery cabinets to the PSI5. 1. Turn off the UPS utility input. 2. Open the front left cover on the UPS and the External Battery Cabinet (EBC) and disconnect the internal batteries. 3. Remove the EBC terminal External battery cabinets provide longer battery run-time for connected devices. Refer to PSI5TM User Guide, to select the appropriate model and quantity for your PSI5TM model and applications. You can connect up to 6 battery cabinets to the PSI5. 1. Turn off the UPS utility input. 2. Open the front left cover on the UPS and the External Battery Cabinet (EBC) and disconnect the internal batteries. 3. Remove the EBC terminal External battery cabinets provide longer battery run-time for connected devices. Refer to PSI5TM User Guide, to select the appropriate model and quantity for your PSI5TM model and applications. You can connect up to 6 battery cabinets to the PSI5. 1. Turn off the UPS utility input. 2. Open the front left cover on the UPS and the External Battery Cabinet (EBC) and disconnect the internal batteries. 3. Remove the EBC terminal covers from the UPS and the EBC. Connect one end of the external battery cable to the UPS and one end to the battery cabinet. If connecting more than one external battery, connect one end of the external battery cable to the second connector on the battery cabinet, then connect the other end to the next battery cabinet. covers from the UPS and the EBC. Connect one end of the external battery cable to the UPS and one end to the battery cabinet. If connecting more than one external battery, connect one end of the external battery cable to the second connector on the battery cabinet, then connect the other end to the next battery cabinet. covers from the UPS and the EBC. Connect one end of the external battery cable to the UPS and one end to the battery cabinet. If connecting more than one external battery, connect one end of the external battery cable to the second connector on the battery cabinet, then connect the other end to the next battery cabinet. LIEBERT PSI5TM UPS Quick Installation User Guide 4. Once the UPS and EBC(s) are connected, secure the connection with the screws, reconnect the internal batteries and replace the front left covers on the units. 5. After installation and initial startup, set the number of installed battery cabinets in the UPS settings. NOTE: When two or more external battery cabinets are used with PSI15 models 1100/2200/3000/5000, the UPS load rating is decreased by 20%. 6. Network communication card connection (optional) For external status monitoring, there is a network communications port where one of these network cards can be installed: • IntelliSlot Relay card, IS-UNITY-SNMP • IntelliSlot Unity card, IS-UNITY-DP 1. Remove the two screws and protective cover on the rear- panel network communications port. 2. Insert the card into the port and secure it with the screws. Refer to the documentation with the card or at http://www.VertivCo. com for cable connection and operation. 7. Connecting AC Input Ensure that all the loads are first powered off. Connect to an input-power supply/wall outlet that is properly protected by a circuit breaker in accordance with national and local electrical codes. The input receptacle must be grounded Once the UPS is plugged into the wall outlet, it begins charging the battery. 590-1817-501C/SL-23316_REV2_3-18 3 OPERATION 1. Starting up the UPS Plug the UPS input plug into a stable 120VAC source. The LCD display briefly turns on and the batteries begin charging. Press and hold the ON/MUTE button for two seconds until the display flashes On. The UPS is in Battery Self Test mode for 10 seconds. After a successful battery self-test, the UPS is in On Mode. 2. Shutting down the UPS Press and hold the OFF/ENTER button for two seconds, turning the battery-backed-up outlets off. Disconnect the input power. 3. Fully shutting down the UPS Perform the normal shutdown sequence. Remove the front bezel, then disconnect the battery connector. Replace the front bezel. The unit is now fully shut down. MAINTENANCE AND BATTERY REPLACEMENT Precaution Although the PSI5TM UPS is designed and manufactured to ensure personal safety, improper use can result in electrical shock or fire. To ensure safety, observe the following precautions: • Turn off and unplug the UPS before cleaning it. • Clean the UPS with a dry cloth. Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners. • Never block or insert any objects into the UPS ventilation holes or openings. • Do not place the UPS power cord where it might be damaged. Battery Charging The batteries are valve-regulated, non-spillable, lead acid and should be kept charged to attain their design life. The PSI5TM UPS charges the batteries continuously when it is connected to the utility input power. If the PSI5TM UPS will be stored for a long time, we recommend connecting the UPS to input power for at least 24 hours every four to six months to ensure full recharge of the batteries. Replacing the Battery • Do not place the UPS power cord where it might be damaged. Battery Charging The batteries are valve-regulated, non-spillable, lead acid and should be kept charged to attain their design life. The PSI5TM UPS charges the batteries continuously when it is connected to the utility input power. If the PSI5TM UPS will be stored for a long time, we recommend connecting the UPS to input power for at least 24 hours every four to six months to ensure full recharge of the batteries. Replacing the Battery • Do not place the UPS power cord where it might be damaged. Battery Charging The batteries are valve-regulated, non-spillable, lead acid and should be kept charged to attain their design life. The PSI5TM UPS charges the batteries continuously when it is connected to the utility input power. If the PSI5TM UPS will be stored for a long time, we recommend connecting the UPS to input power for at least 24 hours every four to six months to ensure full recharge of the batteries. Replacing the Battery • Do not place the UPS power cord where it might be damaged. Battery Charging The batteries are valve-regulated, non-spillable, lead acid and should be kept charged to attain their design life. The PSI5TM UPS charges the batteries continuously when it is connected to the utility input power. If the PSI5TM UPS will be stored for a long time, we recommend connecting the UPS to input power for at least 24 hours every four to six months to ensure full recharge of the batteries. Replacing the Battery IMPORTANT: Before you proceed, please review the battery safety precautions available at https:// http://www.vertivco.com/ ComplianceRegulatoryInfo. You may safely replace the internal battery pack. See the Specifications in the User Guide online at www. VertivCo.com for the part number of the replacement battery for your UPS model number. NOTE: Replace the battery with the same type and number as originally installed. 1. Removing the front panel Remove the front bezel by pulling firmly until the snaps release. 2. Disconnecting the battery wires IMPORTANT: Before you proceed, please review the battery safety precautions available at https:// http://www.vertivco.com/ ComplianceRegulatoryInfo. You may safely replace the internal battery pack. See the Specifications in the User Guide online at www. VertivCo.com for the part number of the replacement battery for your UPS model number. NOTE: Replace the battery with the same type and number as originally installed. 1. Removing the front panel Remove the front bezel by pulling firmly until the snaps release. 2. Disconnecting the battery wires IMPORTANT: Before you proceed, please review the battery safety precautions available at https:// http://www.vertivco.com/ ComplianceRegulatoryInfo. You may safely replace the internal battery pack. See the Specifications in the User Guide online at www. VertivCo.com for the part number of the replacement battery for your UPS model number. NOTE: Replace the battery with the same type and number as originally installed. 1. Removing the front panel Remove the front bezel by pulling firmly until the snaps release. 2. Disconnecting the battery wires IMPORTANT: Before you proceed, please review the battery safety precautions available at https:// http://www.vertivco.com/ ComplianceRegulatoryInfo. You may safely replace the internal battery pack. See the Specifications in the User Guide online at www. VertivCo.com for the part number of the replacement battery for your UPS model number. NOTE: Replace the battery with the same type and number as originally installed. 1. Removing the front panel Remove the front bezel by pulling firmly until the snaps release. 2. Disconnecting the battery wires IMPORTANT: Before you proceed, please review the battery safety precautions available at https:// http://www.vertivco.com/ ComplianceRegulatoryInfo. You may safely replace the internal battery pack. See the Specifications in the User Guide online at www. VertivCo.com for the part number of the replacement battery for your UPS model number. NOTE: Replace the battery with the same type and number as originally installed. 1. Removing the front panel Remove the front bezel by pulling firmly until the snaps release. 2. Disconnecting the battery wires IMPORTANT: Before you proceed, please review the battery safety precautions available at https:// http://www.vertivco.com/ ComplianceRegulatoryInfo. You may safely replace the internal battery pack. See the Specifications in the User Guide online at www. VertivCo.com for the part number of the replacement battery for your UPS model number. NOTE: Replace the battery with the same type and number as originally installed. 1. Removing the front panel Remove the front bezel by pulling firmly until the snaps release. 2. Disconnecting the battery wires IMPORTANT: Before you proceed, please review the battery safety precautions available at https:// http://www.vertivco.com/ ComplianceRegulatoryInfo. You may safely replace the internal battery pack. See the Specifications in the User Guide online at www. VertivCo.com for the part number of the replacement battery for your UPS model number. NOTE: Replace the battery with the same type and number as originally installed. 1. Removing the front panel Remove the front bezel by pulling firmly until the snaps release. 2. Disconnecting the battery wires IMPORTANT: Before you proceed, please review the battery safety precautions available at https:// http://www.vertivco.com/ ComplianceRegulatoryInfo. You may safely replace the internal battery pack. See the Specifications in the User Guide online at www. VertivCo.com for the part number of the replacement battery for your UPS model number. NOTE: Replace the battery with the same type and number as originally installed. 1. Removing the front panel Remove the front bezel by pulling firmly until the snaps release. 2. Disconnecting the battery wires Disconnect the battery connector by squeezing the ends and pulling apart. 3. Removing the battery box Remove the two screws and the metal battery cover plate. Slide out the existing battery kit and disconnect the battery terminals from the connector, disconnecting the red wire first then the black wire. Disconnect the battery connector by squeezing the ends and pulling apart. 3. Removing the battery box Remove the two screws and the metal battery cover plate. Slide out the existing battery kit and disconnect the battery terminals from the connector, disconnecting the red wire first then the black wire. Disconnect the battery connector by squeezing the ends and pulling apart. 3. Removing the battery box Remove the two screws and the metal battery cover plate. Slide out the existing battery kit and disconnect the battery terminals from the connector, disconnecting the red wire first then the black wire. Disconnect the battery connector by squeezing the ends and pulling apart. 3. Removing the battery box Remove the two screws and the metal battery cover plate. Slide out the existing battery kit and disconnect the battery terminals from the connector, disconnecting the red wire first then the black wire. Disconnect the battery connector by squeezing the ends and pulling apart. 3. Removing the battery box Remove the two screws and the metal battery cover plate. Slide out the existing battery kit and disconnect the battery terminals from the connector, disconnecting the red wire first then the black wire. LIEBERT PSI5TM UPS Quick Installation User Guide 4. Installing the new battery Plug the removed connector into the terminals of the new battery, plugging the black wire in first then the red wire. Orient the connector and the new battery in the same way as the original battery, then slide them into the UPS. Reconnect the two halves of the battery connector and slide the front panel back on until it clicks. Replace the metal plate and secure with the two screws. Snap the front bezel back on. 5. Testing the new battery Press and hold the power button for three seconds to initiate the Battery-Self Check mode to clear any previous battery fault warning. 6. Disposing of the old battery Properly dispose of old batteries at an appropriate recycling center or return them to Vertiv in the packing material for the replacement batteries. 4 590-1817-501C/SL-23316_REV2_3-18 PSI5TM UPS Battery Replacement 1 2 3 4

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