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Uninterruptible Power Systems

single phase 6/10KVA

Operation Manual

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Thank you for purchasing our This series UPS. This series UPS is an intelligent , single phase in single phase out, high frequecy online UPS designed by our RND team who is with years of designing experiences on UPS. With excellent electrical performance,perfect intelligent monitoring and network funcitons, smart appearance, complying with EMC and safety standards, This UPS has become standard product meets the world’s advanced level. Read this manual carefully before installation This manual is for Equipment operator Technical support

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Safety Instruction
1.1There is a high risk of electric shock from the UPS inside, so please don’t not open or remove the casing or front panel unless Kstar engineers or Kstar authorized

technicians,otherwise warranty becomes void as well. 1.2 Please contact and discuss with distributors before connecting the UPS to following equipments Medical equipments which have direct relationship with patients’ life Equipments like elevators which may do harm to human being Similar equipments as mentioned above 1.3 Don’t dispose of the battery with fire so as to avoid explosion

2.Safety notice
1) Output of standard UPS configurated with internal batteries may be energized even if the UPS input is not connected to the utility 2) Do disconnect the UPS input and make sure the UPS is complete off before moving the UPS or reconfigurate the connection, otherwise there will be potential electric shock. 3) 4) For the sake of human being saftety, please well earth the UPS before starting it. Working environment and storage way will affect the lifetime and reliability of the UPS.Avoid letting the UPS work under following environment for long time Area where the humidity and temperature is beyong the specified range(temperature 0 to 40 celsius degree, relative humidity 5%-95%). Direct sunlight and location nearby heat Area which can be crashed easily Area with crossive gas, flammable gas,excessive dust,etc. 5) Keep the ventilations in good conditions otherwise the temperature of components inside UPS will be high and the component and UPS life will be affected. 6) 7) It is forbidden to pour liquid or put any objects into the UPS. Don’t use liquid extinguisher if there is a fire, a dry powder extinguisher is recommended.
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electrolyte inside will do harm to eyes and skin. extend backup model without internal battery is -40-70 celsius degree . 10) 10 Equipments or batteries in storage.8) Battery life cycle will be shorten as environment temperature rise. it is recommended to connect them with the utility for at least 12 hours per 3 months to avoid battery damage 11) 11Don’t open the battery.Battery replacement should be done by authorized technician. Storage temperature of UPS with internal battery is -20-55 celsius degree.3 - . 9) 9 Keep the UPS in a dry area or environment if it will not be free of operation for long time. Replacing battery periodical can help to keep UPS in normal state and assure backup time required. Please use plenty of clean water to wash if touching and go to see a doctor .

.......................................-21 3..2......1 Power on ...................................1 Product view..........4 Manual battery testing.1....17 2..........24 ........................3 Systme principle diagram ...2..........2...3 Connection of parallel system ......................1...16 2...............Operation..................-7 1...23 3.4 - .7 1.............1..........2 Installation ..........21 3.........5.22 3..........2 Product range ...5..................6 1.4 ECO mode ....5.........3 Display instruction ...............................................................5..........-17 2.........Contents 1...........11 1..................6 1..................2.........................21 3..............17 2............23 3.....................1......................23 3.21 3.................Product Introduction .....23 3....1 Application.......................20 3..1 Installation note........6 1...........................4 Features..2.............4 Rear panel instruction ..............................................2 Installation procedure ......2 Bypass mode.........Installation.................7 1.......1 AC mode ................................1 Unpack checking....2 System parameter setting........2.......5 Product overview..................17 2.....................6 1..............3 Start .............................18 2....8 1.......1 Working Modes....2 Operation...............-21 3.........2 LCD Operation instruction.........................................................3 Battery mode........

..3.......3 Priority of info displayed on LCD............2 Normal mode to battery mode ...4 UPS monitoring.................... Maintenance..............3...29 A1 A2 A3 A4 RS232 communication port definition .............1 Transfer to bypass if overload ......................2......32 Option ....................5 - ........................24 3.......26 3......26 3..........................4 UPS status checking.....................5 Invert power off......5......5 LCD operation menu.........5.........34 UPS message table ......27 4.........4 Output short circuit ...1 Main menu switching ............5 Function checking.....................................27 4..............2 Battery maintenance...................................3 Goes to Bypass mode due to over temperature ..............3........-26 3.............1 Fan maintenance .................27 4..............34 .........25 3..28 4................................27 4........31 Specification.................6 Power off ..............3..................3 Visual checking................................-25 3............................................5...........28 5.25 3....3 Working Mode and transferring ..................................... Trouble shooting............................2..-25 3...26 4...................3............24 3.26 3.......25 3..2 Submenu switching ........

1-1 Single unit .1.etc 1. network management center. Maintenance switch Bypass AC Input Rectifier Input switch Charger Inverter Switch AC Dutput Battery group Fig.can be used for computer center. auto control system. telecom systems. Production 1.2 Product range Capacity Model Standard model 6kVA Extend model Standard model 10kVA Extend model Remark with internal battery External battery with internal battery External battery 1.3 Systme principle diagram The system can work in single unit.6 - .and parallel so as to enhance the reliability.1 Application This series UPS provide reliable AC power to various equipment.

load .4 Features This series 6kVA/10kVA UPS the newly introduced . frequency .high input power factor. the output will not be disturbed by power network. high reliability. suitable for area with poor power supply condition DSP technology for all-digital control.5.1.7 - . self diagnose and protections are featured Intelligent battery management which extends battery life LCD panel and LED indicators clearly indicate the system status and parameters such as input/output voltage.temperature inside UPS. double conversion. wide input voltage is an intelligent online sine wave UPS.5 Product overview 1.etc Perfect network power management can be achieved by using UPS monitoring software Maintenance bypass switch is provided so the power supply to load will not be interrupted when doing reparing Friendly maintenance module design. 1. High frequency. easy to do maintenance.1 Product view F1-2 Complete unit view .

Off.1-3 LCD control panel introduction 1. LED and buttons.8 - .2 LCD Operation instruction LCD control panel consists of LCD display board. which displays and controls these information including Running information. 5. 7. 11. 12. Output Indicator Inverter Indicator Battery Indicator Mains (AC) Indicator Bypass Indicator Fault Indicator .1. ESC. 13. 9. LCD cntrol panel 1) 2) 3) Five green LED and one red LED LCD display board which can display two lines of Chinese or four line of English Button:On. 2. LCD Display Board ESC Off button On button right or down Enter left or up 8.5. 4. 10. and Left . 6.Enter. see Fig1-3. 3. alarm information. function setting information.Right ON OFF ESC BYPASS FAULT RECT INV OUTPUT ENT Fig.

LED indicator definition 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) Fault Indicator(red):On when any fault. Off when no fault Indicator(Green):On when AC is normal.29V per cell Battery capacity setting includes the Ahof each battey unit.output voltage/frequency level/calibration . blinking when overload Bypass Indicator(Green):On when UPS is in bypass mode. off if not.Off when AC is not present. off if not. output fault.9 - . blinking if voltage is beyond normal range Inverter Indicator (Green) On when load is powered by inverter. charger fault. battery voltage. battery capacity setting. floating /boosting charging setting. battery charging/fully charged. LCD display content 1) Running parameters Input voltage/frequency. Boosting charging voltage 2. battery remaining capacity. low battery voltage alarm value (EOD ).battery quantity (8 to 10 )*2. parallel group number. blinking when battery voltage is low or battery is not connected Output Indicator(Green):On when there is output. ready to shut down. Parallel setting UPS ID setting LBS setting ( Enable/Disable. inverter fault. battery capacity low.blinking when the input is beyond normal range Battery Indicator(Green):On when UPS is in battery mode. Master/Slave) . ID of parallel UPS. Off when it is not : working. 3) Parameter setting Menu setting. temperture inside UPS. off if not. output voltage/frequency/current.35V per cell.floating charging voltage 2.30 to 2. over temperature.20 to 2.rectifier fault. auxiliary power fault. output short circuit. 2) Alarm information ( priority from high to low ) Shutting down. battery fault. overload.

load will be powered by bypass output if the bypass is normal Confirm the operation cancel to up menu Turn to another menu or parameter Turn to another menu or parameter OFF ENT ESC ◀ ▶ UPS Mesages reference table Explain Initialization No export At bypass Rectifier working Battery invert Battery testing Starting ECO mode EPO mode UPS maintaining UPS fault Battery float charging Battery Boost charging Inverter working or no Master of UPS Maintenance switch close or open Content CurState: Init No-Out Bypass Mains Battery Testing Startin CurState : ECO CurState: EPO CurState: M-Byp CurState:Fault Battery Charging Battery Boost Invter ON/ Invter OFF Inver Master SWMB ON/ SWMB OFF .10 - .Button defination Button ON Defination Switch on the inverter by pressing and holding it for 1s when the UPS is off Switch off the inverter output by pressing and holding it for 1s when the UPS is on.

See Fig 4 to 12 below. status will change to the basic status interface . see Fig3, FIGURE STATUS SETTING COMMAND Fig.4:MAIN INPUT INFO .See Fig1 Online UPS 10KVA Fig.command control can be selected by pressing the righ or left arrow button.11 - .3 Display instruction 1) The main interface below comes out when the power is connected or the system is cold start.0V 50. setting info. then. temperature. BUS. parallel . the data info.0V 0. and checking the details by pressing Select and confirm the data info can view the details.5. battery .1.1:Main interface 2) Press any key.2:Basic status interface 3) Press the ◀ or ▶ button.0HZ Load: 0% Fig.3: Main menu 4) An arrow icon will come out on the LCD when pressing the ENT.6:OUTPUT INFO Fig. it will change to main menu.0A 50.It contains the details of the AC input /output . see Fig2 below MODE:On-Line Battery 7AH Vin:220V 50HZ Vout:220V 50HZ Fig.5:OUTPUT INFO Figure Output 0KW PAK: 0 0KVA Fig. inverter.0HZ 0. 5) Figure Mains 220.0A PF:0.0 Figure Output 220.

9 BATTERY INFO Figure BUS VOLT -390V +390V Fig.11:PARALLEL INFO Figure TEMPERATURE 24℃ Fig.12:TEMPERATURE INFO 6) Select and confirm the status info can view the details. power rating.12 - .17:type info Fig.13:main menu STATUS Rate power Code Version Fig.7:INVERT INFO Figure PBATT Discharge 0V 0. code.Figure INVERT 220. alarm information.0V 50.10:BUS INFO Figure PARALLEL ID:01 Fig.8:BATTERY INFO Figure NBATT 0V 0min 0. D000B001 DSP Ver.15:status info STATUS Alarm STATUS Rate power MechInfo: 0101 Rated: 10KVA Fig.14:main menu STATUS Status Main supply MB Switch close Fig. D000B001 Fig19:version info .0HZ Fig.0A 0min 0% Fig. version.0A 0% Fig. including status information.16:Alerm info STATUS Code/Status 01 0x00 02 0x000000 Fig18:code info STATUS Version LCD Ver. See Fig 13 to 14 STATUS Status Alerm Rate power Fig.

systen setting.28: System setting SETTING System set buzzer disable Fig.20:setting menu SETTING Battery set Rivise set Fig.24:system setting SETTING System set V-fine 0% SW times 9 Fig.22:user setting information Select and confirm system setting menu .parallel setting. setting information well be display witch including client setting.battery setting.7) Select and confiem setting menu .26: System setting SETTING System set model online Prealarm 5 min Fig.then SETTING INFO User setting BL.25:system setting Fig.13 - . SETTING User set System set Parallel set Fig.29:System setting .then see Fig23to Fig29 SETTING System set V-level 220V F-level 50HZ Fig. delay ON Brightness 2 Fig.23:system setting SETTING System set Auto start Freq range en 5% SETTING System set V-upper 15% V-lower -45% Fig.correct setting.21:setting menu Select and confirm client setting .27: System setting SETTING System set power output enable enable Fig.

39 Parameter revise .38 Parameter revise SETTING Revise N-BATT 4096 Fig.30 Float 2.35 Battery setting Parameter revise,see F36~F39 SETTING Revise Vin 4096 Inv 4096 Fig.37 Parameter revise Fig.31:Parallel setting Setting battery see F32~F35 Setting Battery set EOD 1.30 to Fig.14 - .30:Parallel setting SETTING Parallel Set P-Redund 0 LBS no Fig.33: battery setting Setting Battery set Boost 2.31 SETTING Parallel set ID 1 P-amount 1 Fig.20 Fig.60 Batt Num 16 18 20 Fig.36 Parameter revise SETTING Revise Vout P-BUS 4096 4096 SETTING Revise N-BUS P-BATT 4096 4096 Fig.Select and confirm parallel menu,then see Fig.34: battery setting Setting Battery set boost Enable Fig.32: battery setting Setting Battery set Group 1 Capacity 7 Fig.

45~Fig.43 stop battery testing COMMAND delay: 1Sec Ent: sure Esc: cancel Fig.44 Turn on/off delay 8) Warning message see Fig.40~Fig.49 no output due to shutdown Warning! Switch Limited Sure:Ent Fig.44 COMMAND Battery test Turn on delay Fig.Control operation see Fig.40:control menu COMMAND Battery test Turn off delay Fig.Overload Sure:Ent No:ESC Fig.50 switch times .47 switch delay Fig.48 overload due to shutdown Warning! Off will cause output fail Sure:Ent No:ESC Fig.46 error for setting Warning! Off will cause sys.42 Battery self-test COMMAND STOP Testing Ent: sure Esc: cancel Fig.15 - .41:control menu COMMAND For: 1Sec ENT: sure ESC: cancel Fig.45 no echo for setting Fig.50 Warning! Set no Echo:31 Warning! Set Error:31 Warning! Interrupt switch prompt Sure:Ent No:ESC Fig.

AC input Maintenance bypass switch (covered) Handle label External battery connector. Output Input Dry contact RS232 RS485 Intelligent slot Parallel slot . 11.1-4 Rear Instruction 1.16 - . 8. 9. 5. 2. 4. 7.4 Rear panel intruction RS 485 INPUT RS232 PARAMETER LABEL OUTPUT BATTERY Dry contact Intelligent slot MB SWITCH INPUT SWITCH Parallel slot Fig.5.1. 6. 3. 12. 10.

Keep UPS at least 20cm from wall or equipment or other object.2 Installation procedure 2.dust. please betake correct power conifuration.1 Unpack checking 1) 2) 3) Don’t lean the UPS when moving it out from the packaging. flammable gas. PDU is required to connect to the UPS output so as to weaken the affection between loads In order to fix the UPS. please lock its wheels by shifting the sheet on each wheel RCD load like computer . do not switch on the UPS if any damaged found and please contact the dealer.Don’t block the ventilation holes of the UPS front panel and bottom part.17 - . Check the appearance to see if the UPS is damaged or not during the transport. direct sunlight.2-1 Correct power configuration .2 Installation 2.crossive gas. Please contact dealer if other types of loads is required to connect. Fig.avoid temperature of components inside getting high.linear load and small inductive load can be connected with the UPS.explosive things Don't lay the UPS outdoor 63A circuit breaker is required at the input L-N for 6KVA UPS. Check the accessories according to the packing list and contact the dealer if found any missed 2. water. while 100A for the 10KVA UPS.1 Installation note Put the UPS at flat place next to the equipment. Keep the UPS away from high temperature. so as to keep the ventilation in good conditions.2. For the sake of user and equipments.

2. manufacturers. 2) 3) 4) CAUTION It is recommend to connect or replace battery after switching off the system. don’t reverse battery connection.BAT-).2. don’t mixed brand new and old batteries. battery voltage should be around 240VDC. Don’t mix batteries with different capacity.negative pole and common pole to battery connecter(BAT+. The breaker on battery cabinet should be off.BATN.don’t reverse battery connection when doing battery hot-swap. Take out the connection box and remove the cover of terminals.Measure the voltage of battery bank after finish connection.2 Installation External battery conection (for extend model only ) 1) Make sure battery quantity complies with the specs. .18 - . use multi-meter to make sure there is no DC voltage at the battery terminals of UPS. Connect battery pole witch positive pole.

Insert the SNMP card and tighten the screws C. 1) Switch off all breakers before connecting cables 2) Remove the cover of the terminals. Connect the UPS with internet by network cable. N. E to L.19 - . B.2-2I/O terminals connection CAUTION Terminators are required so as to ensure the connections are firm Don’t reverse the input L and N Don’t connect the UPS input to a wall outlet or the outlet will get burnt. and 8AWG for 10KVA.following it to connect the cables Fig.UPS input and output connection Minimum 10AWG copper wires are required for the 6KVA.Tighten the screws and shelter the terminals WARNING! Please connect the output Earth well before other operation Connection of UPS communication cables 1) 2) RS-232 cable provide with accessories can be used to connect the UPS with PC Follow stepes below to install SNMP (if purchased ): A.including input/output cables. N. D. Refer to the SNMP manual provided to do SNMP setting . battery cables. Remove the cover of SNMP slot at UPS rear panel and keep it for further use. E of load via a PDU. 3) Connect the UPS output L. see Fig 2-3.

20 - .2-3 paralle system Make sure all the breakers are off and no output at the UPS output.3 Connection of parallel system Parallel cable UPS1 UPS2 Parallel cable UPS3 Parallel cable UPS4 Fig. and 8AWG for 10KVA .2. Parallel cables: Minimum 10AWG copper wires are required for the 6KVA.Don’t use common battery bank.N and E well Configurate individual battery bank for each extend backup UPS in parallel system. CAUTION Connect the L.

3. After the UPS has started and worked steadily. battery will be charged at the same time.switch on loads one by one. .Load will be powered by the AC . if battery voltage becomes low and reaches the setting value.Inverter and battery indicator on LCD control panel will be on (green) and there will be beeps once per 3s. bypass indicator on the LCD control panel will be on (green) But if the bypass is beyond normal range or absent.1 AC mode If the AC input and load capacity are in normal ranges. bypass mode. CAUTION Please note below if the UPS input power is provide by a generator 1) Don't switch on load before starting UPS. an LCD will give low battery alarm too. if the AC is absenct or beyond normal range.beeps once every second. system will give low battery voltage alarm.3.2 Bypass mode When the AC power is connected and UPS has not been switched on.Suggest that the load capacity should lower than 30% of capacity of generator 2) It is suggsted that the rating of generator should be 1. no power supply to load. the rectifier and charger will stop working.1.3 Battery mode In AC mode. battery will be charged too.Operation 3.1. load will be powered by inverter output. CAUTION Charge batteries for at least 8 hours when use the UPS at the first time as there might be energe loss during product transport although the UPS had been fully charged by manufacturer before shipping.5-2 times of the capacity of UPS.AC and inverter indicators on LCD control panel will be on(green). it will go to bypass mode.21 - . In battery mode. load will be powered by battery bank of which energy goes through inverter circuit.1. 3.1 Working modes The UPS has AC mode. or UPS is overload after switching on UPS. UPS will not go to bypass mode. battery mode and ECO mode 3.

4 ECO mode In AC mode. .UPS can be set to work in ECO mode if load has no strict requirement on the power purity.UPS efficiency in ECO mode is higher. UPS will transfer to battery mode.Then UPS will transfer to bypass.1. If the AC is beyond normal range.3.22 - .

Please decrease the load immediately. press the ENT hold it for 1s to enter to do the function setting such as floating charging.After the self diagnose is finished.Fans will run. battery capacity ( for extend backup model only ) 3. system will go to bypass mode.11 Fig3.system will do self diagnose. buzzer inside will beep twice. it will keep in bypass mode unless manually transfer to inverter mode or automatically transfer to inverter mode 1 hour later without overload .2.the bypass indicator will be off . boosting will change to inverter when invert is normal 3. temperature compensate function. then AC breaker. wait for a few seconds. When the function setting interface as P. press ESC to quit to the main menu.2.3 Start AC available 1) Press the On button and hold it for 1s until hearing a beep .2.2 Operation 3.3.70% of load is recommended in case suddenly added load will not affect the UPS work normally CAUTION If the UPS has transferred to bypass mode due to overload for several times and reach the setting times in 1 hour.1 Power on Switch on the AC input and bypass circuit breaker if all connections are correct. then.If external batteries are connected.AC and bypass indicators on front panel will be on (green). If the buzzer beeps twice per second and overload alarm is displayed on LCD. please switch on battery breaker first.23 - 3) .2 System parameter setting Check the information displayed on LCD by right or left arrow button. UPS is working in AC mode CAUTION UPS can start automatically when the AC power comes back if the UPS was shut down due to battery exhausted last time . see Fig3-6. inveter indicator will be on. or the auto restart function has been enable. 2) Gradually increase the load after the UPS working normally.Load information can be checked through LCD. it means the system is overload.

if the input AC is normal .When the battery is being test.LCD will display shutting down.If there are some problems with batteries. switch off the AC and battery circuit breaker. LCD control panel will be off. the battery testing can be carried out by pressing button on the LCD control panel. UPS will work in Bypass mode If the AC is absent.LCD will show the details CAUTION The battery status info will be reflash everytime after the testing. buzzer beeps. 3. Press the On button and hold for 1 second until hearing one beep. fan will stop. 1) CAUTION Please decrease load immediately if system is overload othewise it will shut down in some time.2. it will take 30 seconds to shut down the system completely Power of equipment will be cut off when the UPS is powered off .5 inverter shutdown 1) If the AC is normal. bypass indicator will be on. no overload. 3.Battery mode UPS can start in battery mode even if the AC is absent. battery voltage is not lower than 12V per unit. battery indicator stops blinking. press the off button and hold for 1 second until hearing one beep.2.inverter indicator will be off . Battery fault info checked out by the testing due to battery not fully charged can be confirmed after fully charging.When the testing is complete.24 - . UPS will recover to status before the testing. battery and inverter indicators will be on after finishing self-diagnose.2. If there is battery bank connected. press the off button and hold for 1 second until hearing one beep. UPS will shut down the output .6 Power off After switching off the inverter. UPS will beep once every 3 seconds which means it is working in battery mode 2) Add load as in AC mode above. 2) 3. battery indicator blinks. buzzer stops beeping.4 Manual battery testing When the inverter is working.

2 Normal mode to battery mode UPS will go to battery mode if the AC is failed. can not start the inverter automatically.Then. UPS will start inverter automatically. so it will transfer to battery mode automatically without interrupt when AC is failed. fault indictor will be on ( red ). UPS will transfer to bypass mode if the bypass is normal 3. please disconnect the short circuit load. it will work in Bypass mode.3.3. 3.In order to protect the load and UPS. it will transfer to bypass mode without interrupt.25 - . move objects that affecting the ventilation far way from UPS if any or increase the distance between UPS and wall. 3.When the inverter is defective or over temperature inside UPS.3.3. the UPS should be set to work in AC mode. long beeps come.If UPS was shut down manually in battery mode.When AC recovers. cut off the UPS input power and wait for 10mins. fault indicator will be on (red).3 Goes to Bypass mode due to over temperature The temperature inside UPS may be high if ambient temperature is high or the ventilation is poor. please decrese the load immediately until the alarm is elminated.UPS will keep in bypass mode. Wait until UPS temperature become normal.Before restarting the UPS. long beeps will come.LCD will display that the inner temperature is high. restart it. at that time.3. 3.1 Transfer to bypass if overload When the load of UPS is beyond normal range and lasts for setting time. UPS will cut off the output. when AC recovers. LCD will display that output is short circuit. please make sure that the short circuit problem has been solved . UPS will shut down automatically if battery has been exhausted.If so.4 Output short circuit When the UPS output is short circuit.If so. UPS will shut down automatically or press the off button to shut down in after 10s. it has set the limitation of times of transfering to bypass mode due to overload in 1 hour.UPS will start the inverter after 5 mins.If it exceed the limitation. it will transfer to bypass mode and beeps twice every second.3 Working Mode and transferring Usually. then UPS will go to Bypass mode.When UPS is overload. please cut off the input power of UPS. load is powered by AC directly.

To enter function settings. 3.5.Once confirmed. the alarm info with top prioriy will be shown on LCD automatically When there isn’t any alarm and LCD is displaying the submenu of running parameters. it will not be highlighted.1 Main menu switching Press the left/right arrow and ENT button can switch among alarm info. running parameter and function setttings. press ESC to return to main menu 4) 3.Press ENT to enter larm info or running parameter or function settings. such as output current.2 Submenu switching 1) 2) 3) Press the arrow button can view the details after entering the running funtion interface.double pressing on ENT is required. it will return to main menu if 30s if there isn’t operation on buttons . 3. these parameters will be always displayed on LCD if no operation on buttons.5 LCD operation menu UPS monitoring Please refer to instruction of ups monitoring software provided.3 Priority of info displayed on LCD 1) 2) If there is alarm but no valid operation on buttons. press ESC to return to main menu Parameter which has been selected and to be changed will be highlighted. Press the arrow button can view the detailed alarm info after entering the alarm info interface.5.If LCD is not displaying the submenu of running parameters. Press arrow button to change the value and press ENT to confirm the value. press ESC to return to main menu. Press the arrow button can view the details after entering the function settings interface.26 - .

Battery life depends on environment temperature and discharge/charge cycles.If the environment temperature is high. or it may cause a fire.3 Visual checking Keep ventilation of UPS in good condition .4 Maintenance Please follow 2. 2) Avoid small discharging current.Periodical maintenance is required so as to keep battey in good conditions. 1) The most proper working temperature is 15 to 25 Celsius degree. 4. it will be shorten if temperature raises or deep discharged.。 If backup time has become much less than before.1 Fan maintenance Continual working time of fan is 20000 to 40000 hours. 2) Don’t open battery.please contact distributors to confirm whether the batteries need to be replaced or not. 3) Charge battery for at least 12 hours every 3 months if it is free of operation.make sure there is wind blown out front it. or there is battery fault displayed on LCD.2 Battery maintenance There are sealed lead acid maintenance free batteries inside This series standard models.27 - . 4) For extend backup models.2. CAUTION 1) Don't short circuit battery.Please check the fan periodically. charge it once every 2 months. check and clean the battery connectors periodically. releaased electrolyte is harmful to skin and eyes 4. it will be shorten as temperature raises.1 to install UPS 4.Don’t let UPS work in battery mode continuously for 24 hours.

4. any alarm there. Please find the cause if UPS is working in bypass mode. please find out the cause 4.if not.5 Function checking Do function checking once every 6 months. make sure it is normal.4 UPS status checking 1) 2) 3) To check to see if there is any fault or not. If UPS is working in battery mode. check the indicators.make sure they are normal 3) When UPS is working in normal .28 - .1 2) Press the On button.Please refer to 3. . LCD and UPS the battery testing to test battery.fault indictor is on or not. 1) Press the off button to see if the buzzer and indicators and LCD are normal or not.

B Input power connection problem Output connection problem A time of pressing ON button is short B Overload Input AC is beyond normal range Solution Use Multi-meter to measure the input to see if it is normall or not.5 Trouble shooting Please contact the distributor if problems can not be solved by following trouble shooting below No 1 Problem description No display on LCD. LCD show… Long beep fault indicator on. then test the backup time again B Contact distributor to replace battery A Check to see if there is wind blown out from fans B Move objects away from UPS C Wait till UPS becomes cool and restart UPS Eliminate the short circuit and restart UPS 8 9 Abnormal backup time A Battery not fully charged B Battery terminate 10 Long beeps.check the battery connections B Check the battery polarity C Contact distributor to repalce battery Contact distributor A Charge battery for 8 hours when AC is normal.diagnose AC normal but AC indicator off. no self.LCD shows “output overload” ”Fault indicator On and LCD shows “battery fault” Fault indicator on. fault indicator on. UPS is in battery mode No alarm but no output UPS doesn’t start after pressing On button AC indicator blinkingA Buzzer beeps twice every second.29 - . A Switch on input breaker B Check the connection and redo Check the connection and redo A Press and hold On button for 1s B Disconnect all loads and restart Pay attention to the backup time if UPS is in battery mode 2 3 4 5 6 UPS overload Disconnect some loads 7 A Battery circuit breaker off or poor connection B Reverse battery connection C Battery defective Charger defective A Switch On the breaker.LCD shows”charger fault “ Probable causes A Input power absent B Low input A Input circuit breaker off. LCD shows “output short circuit ” Over temperature inside UPS 11 Output short circuit .

fault indictor on.12 Long beeps.30 - . SN when calling distributor for maintenance. LCD shows“rectifier fault”/“inverter fault”/“auxiliary power fault”/“output fault” Abnormal sound or smell Fault inside UPS Contact distributor 13 Fault inside UPS shut down UPS immediately and Contact distributor Please provide the UPS model. 、 .

Appendix 1. Pin 5 ground.GND 5 Available function of RS232 ■ Monitor UPS power status ■ Monitor UPS alarm info ■ Monitor UPS running parameters ■ Timing off/on setting RS-232 communication data format Baud rate ---------.2400bps Byte length ---------.31 - .1bit Parity check ---------.UPS RDX 2<------------------. others floating Connection between PC RS232 port and UPS RS232 port PC --------------------.Null . RS232 communication port definition Definition of Male port: Pin 2 receive.8bit End bit ---------.TX 2 TDX 3--------------------> RX 3 GND 5--------------------. pin 3 send.

default -45% ±1%、±2%、±4%、±5%、±10% 5%(100% liner load,input THDV ≤1%) 5% (100% non liner load,input THDV ≤1%) 2*(8~10)(12V) VRLA Boost charge or float charge auto switch Boost charge up to 20Hr(Max) 6KVA:1A(S)/6A(H) 10KVA:1A(S)/6A(H) Three line of single-phase 1.5% at 100% non-liner load 220/230V ±0. -30% or -45%.32 - 6KVA/4.Appendix 2.99 220VAC/230VAC(can be set) 50Hz/60Hz(can be set) 145~280V 40~70Hz max:+5%, +10% or +15%, default +5% min:-20%.8W 6KVA-H/S 10KVA/8KW 10KVA-H/S 200ms .0%; less than 2% at 100% liner load less than 3. Specification Capacity Type Input mode Power factor rating voltage rating frequency Voltage range Frequency range Bypass voltage range Bypass freqency range THDI Battery number Batt type battery output Charge model Charge time Charge current(A) Output type Output precision Voltage distortion (THD) Rating voltage Frequency precision Rating Frequency Freqency track speed input ≥0.1% 50Hz/60Hz 1Hz/s 105%~110%,1Hr Overload 110%~125% 10min 125%~150% 1min ≥150% Overload for bypass Peak value factor Efficiency at normal Efficiency at battery mode Efficiency of inverter 125% 3:1 6KVA≥88% 10KVA≥90% 6KVA≥85% 10KVA≥81% 6KVA>=90% .

0% 20ms ≤500mV 0ms 0ms。 unlock:<15ms (50Hz).5mA,1min Meeting IEC60664-1 1. Dimension & weight DIMENSION Capacity Hight Wide Deep Net weight Colour KVA mm mm mm kg 6KVA/4.000Hr 30min > 2MΩ(500Vdc) 2820Vdc, <3.33 - .10KVA>=92% Dynamic respond DC heft Between Normal mode and battery mode Between invert and bypass Norse Display safety Max input voltage EMI EMS MTBF MTTR Isolation resistance Isolation intension Surge Protection Strike Package Traffic Parallel circumfluence Parallel equal current Switch time 5.2/50uS+8/20uS IP20 Meeting YD/T 1095 Meeting YD/T 1095 Meeting YD/T 1095 1+1≤8%,N+1≤3% 1+1≤8%,N+1≤10% 6kV/3kA.8KW 655 250 590 10KVA/8KW 6KVA:70Kg(S)/30(H) 10KVA:80Kg(S)/40(H) Blackness .33ms (60Hz) <55dB(1m) LCD+LED Meeting IEC62040-1 GB4943。 320Vac,1Hr Conduction :IEC 62040-2 Radiation :IEC 62040-2 Humorous :IEC 62040-2 IEC 62040-2 250. <13.000Hr 1+1 400.

4. 3. 2. Option 1. UPS message table 01(runing) 0x01 0x02 0x03 0x04 0x05 0x06 0x07 0x08 0x09 0x0A Non ouput on bypass on online on battery Battery self-testing Invter starting ECO mode EPO maintenance bypass Fault 02:(status) 8 4 2 1 3 3 5 5 6 6 7 7 7 8 4 2 1 3 3 5 5 6 6 7 7 7 8 4 2 1 3 3 5 5 6 6 7 7 7 9 A B B 9 9 A A B B B C C C D 9 9 A A B B B C C C D D D E E E 9 A B C C C D D D E E E D D E E E F F F F F F F F F F Input EPO Rectifier working Rectifier limit Input normal 1:main /0:battery charging P-battery boost charging N-battery boost charging Battery self-testing 00:shutdown;01:soft start; F 0:no ouput;11:output normal F Alerm for switch delay .Appendix 3. Extended battery box Dry contact card SNMP card Parallel card Appendix 4.34 - .

8 4 2 1 3 3 5 5 6 6 7 7 7 8 4 2 1 3 3 5 5 6 6 7 7 7 8 4 2 1 3 3 5 5 6 6 7 7 7 9 A A B B B C C C D D D E E E F F F F Capacity no enough Overload to shutdown Overload to bypass Parallel to bypass Switch times up to limit Master MB switch close Input switch close 9 9 A A 9 9 A A 9 B B B B B B C C C D D D E E E F F F F C C C D D D E E E F F F F 00: out; bypass; invert no 01: 10: 0(hold) 0 (hold) 03:(Alerm A) 8 4 2 1 3 3 5 5 6 6 7 7 7 8 4 2 1 3 3 5 5 6 6 7 7 7 8 4 2 1 3 3 5 5 6 6 7 7 7 8 4 2 1 3 3 5 5 6 6 7 7 7 8 4 2 1 3 3 5 5 6 6 7 7 7 8 4 2 1 3 3 5 5 6 6 7 7 7 9 A B B 9 9 A A B B B C C C D 9 9 A A B B B C C C D D D E E E 9 9 A A B B B C C C D D D E E E 9 9 A A B B B C C C D D D E E E 9 9 A A B B B C C C D D D E E E 9 A B C C C D D D E E E D D E E E F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F Rectifier fault Rectifier over temp Invert over temp rectifier over current Assistant supply 1 fault Assistant supply 2 fault Input SCR fault discharge SCR fault Charge SCR fault Fan fault Fan supply fault BUS over voltage BUS lower voltage BUS voltage of P-N different Phases wrong Soft start fault N loss Battery on the contrary No battery P-charge fault N-charge fault Battery voltage lower Battery voltage higher pre-alert for battery low .35 - .

8 4 2 1 3 3 5 5 6 6 7 7 7 9 A A B B B C C C D D D E E E F F F F Frequency of Input over limit Voltage of Input over limit 0(hold) 0(hold) 9 04:(Alerm B) 8 4 2 1 3 3 5 5 6 6 7 7 7 8 4 2 1 3 3 5 5 6 6 7 7 7 8 4 2 1 3 3 5 5 6 6 7 7 7 8 4 2 1 3 3 5 5 6 6 7 7 7 8 4 2 1 3 3 5 5 6 6 7 7 7 8 4 2 1 3 3 5 5 6 6 7 7 7 9 A B B 9 9 A A B B B C C C D 9 9 A A B B B C C C D D D E E E 9 9 A A B B B C C C D D D E E E 9 9 A A B B B C C C D D D E E E 9 9 A A B B B C C C D D D E E E 9 A B C C C D D D E E E D D E E E F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F Inverter fault Bridge cross of inverter Invert SCR short circuit Invert SCR open circuit bypass SCR short circuit bypass SCR open circuit CAN communication fault Current no equality for parallel Bypass phase wrong sycn failt Bypass over track Bypass over protect IGBTover current Fuse fault Parallel cable fault Parallel relay fault LBS unlook Intialization fault Can’nt start overload Parallel overload DC heft over limit Bypass over current Feedback protect .36 - .