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SERVICE

MANUAL
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Linear Mk II 6/11
UNINTERRUPTIBLE
POWER SYSTEM

CHLORIDE
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614-10681-00
2001/03/29 Edition
I. INTRODUCTION…………………………………………………………………. 4
1. INTRODUCTION…………………………………………………………….. 5
II. PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION………………………………………………….. 5
III.PCB FUNCTION…………………………………………………………………. 6
1. POWER STAGE (PSDR)
(1). SOFT-START SUB-SYSTEM……………………………………………. 6
(2). CONTROL POWER SUB-SYSTEM…………………………………….. 6
(3). INPUT POWER FACTOR CORRECTION SUB-SYSTEM…………….. 6
(4). BOOSTER SUB-SYSTEM……………………………………………….. 7
(5). INVERTER SUB-SYSTEM………………………………………………. 7
2. MAIN CONTROL PCB ASSEMBLIES (CNTL)
(1). REGULATION & CONTROL SUB-SYSTEM…………………………… 8
(2). PROTECTION SUB-SYSTEM…………………………………………… 9
(3). SIGNALING SUB-SYSTEM……………………………………………... 10
3. OUTPUT SUB-SYSTEM……………………………………………………… 11
4. CHARGER(CHGR) …………………………………………………………... 11
5. FRONT PANEL……………………………………………………………….. 12
IV. ALIGNMENTS………………………………………………………………….. 15
V. TROUBLE SHOOTING…………………………………………………………. 16
1. OVERVIEW…………………………………………………………………… 16
2. U.P.F. CORRECTION………………………………………………………… 17
3. DC-DC CONVERTER………………………………………………………… 17
4. DC/AC INVERTER…………………………………………………………… 17
5. CONTROL POWER SUPPLY ……………………………………………… 17
6. SOFT START………………………………………………………………….. 18
7. CHGR…………………………………………………………………………... 18
8. DYNAMIC CHECK…………………………………………………………… 19
VI. APPENDIX I : COMMUNICATION…………………………………………… 20

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WARNING
(For qualified service personnel only)
1. DO NOT perform any internal service or adjustment of this product unless another
person is capable of rendering first aid and resuscitation is present.
2. Dangerous voltage exists at several points in this product. To avoid personal injury,
don't touch any exposed connections or components while power is on.
3. Turn off the UPS and input NFB before removing outside protective cover.
4. AC voltage is always present if the input AC power is still available.
5. High voltage may present at DC capacitors. Before opening the outside cover, wait for
at least five minutes after turning off the UPS.
6. Verify input source (voltage and frequency) before service.

CAUTION
1. After opening the cover, please always check the tightness of all wires, connectors,
and screws first. Then check if there is any decolored components inside.
2. DO NOT make internal batteries short-circuited.
3. After service, verify the polarity of batteries, the tightness of all screws and connectors
before restarting the UPS.

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STEPS TO OPEN THE CASE
(MODEL : LINEAR Mk II ON-LINE UPS)

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APPLICABLE MODEL
Model: Linear Mk II 6/11 (220V/230V/240V 50/60Hz)
PLEASE FOLLOW THE STEPS TO OPEN THE CASE

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I. INTRODUCTION
For all UPS of this series, they are strictly tested and carefully designed. We always do our
best to make our products more reliable and safer, this is also the goal of our company.
However, due to the lifetime of electrical components and some unpredictable reasons, there
will be unavoidable failures of the UPS. If this situation occurs, service of qualified person is
needed. This service manual will guide the technicians to repair and adjust the problematic
UPS. If the UPS still does not work properly, please contact with us and we will be glad to
solve any problems you met.
Because of the following unique features of UPS (Uninterruptible Power System), it is
very easy to maintain and service.
* All major power components are put on PCB.
* Major parts are simply connected with flexible insulated wires and plugs.
* All PCBs are interconnected with connectors.

This service manual consists of 4 major parts:


1. Introduction.
2. Principle of operation: It describes the functions and principles of each part.
3. Alignments: It describes the locations and methods needed to adjust the UPS.
4. Trouble shooting: This part describes the possible failure conditions and procedures to
repair it.
Before starting to serve the UPS, be sure to read this manual carefully for a correct and
safe operation.

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II.PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
1. INTRODUCTION
This 6KVA high input power factor UPS system contains three major pcb assemblies.
They are including:
A. PSDR: contains major parts of (1) soft-start, (2) control power supply, (3) unit power
factor correction, (4) booster, (5) inverter, (6) transfer relay, S.T.S control circuits.
B. CNTL: contains major parts of protection, signaling circuits, regulation and control
circuits of inverter.
C. CHGR: contains DC-DC regulation and control circuits.

The simplified schematics in figure 1 shows how the major circuits are connected and
illustrated the overall system functions. The locations of these assemblies in this machine are
shown in figure 8.

The block diagram in figure 2, shows the UPS at normal operation from left to right.
When a protection circuit is triggered or a fault condition occurs, the output supply is
transferred immediately from inverter to AC mains by a S.T.S. The operation principle will be
explained in later section.

Basically, this ON-LINE UPS system utilizes high frequency PWM techniques to
achieve high efficient performance. The UPS can deliver a clean, regulated sine-wave output
at any load under full load. The sub-systems are described at next section:

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III.PCB FUNCTION
1. PSDR(POWER STAGE)
The power stage consists of soft-start, control power supply, unit power factor
correction, booster and inverter. The figure 3 shows the block diagram of power stage.
(1) SOFT-START SUB-SYSTEM:
The purpose of soft start circuit is to suppress the I/P inrush current.

(2) CONTROL POWER SUPPLY SUB-SYSTEM:


The input of the control power supply is connected to the battery bus, i.e., the output of
the charger. The output of control power supplies provide +24Vdc for the coil of relay,
+12Vdc for the bias supply of IC's working voltage and the fan(s) voltage. 5Vdc is used
for IC's working voltage. The control power supply works only when the 12Vdc
regulator supplies Vcc to its control IC. To have proper operation of 12Vdc regulator, its
input power is controlled by the switch as indicated in figure 6.

(3) INPUT POWER FACTOR CORRECTION SUB-SYSTEM:


The purpose of power factor correction (PFC) circuit is to make the input current and
voltage in phase and therefore achieve a high input power factor. The schematic is
indicated in figure 7.

When the input NFB turn on, the AC power goes through noise filter to the line detector.
Both DC buses present voltages at about 1.4 times of input RMS voltage. When the "on"
switch is pressed, the P.F.C. circuit is enabled and the DC buses are regulated at 360Vdc
for 230Vrms series.

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(4) BOOSTER SUB-SYSTEM:


The major function of the UPS is to deliver accurate AC power to the loads connected to
it whenever the AC line is uncorrected or failed. In this system, the battery release the
stored energy to supply inverter immediately upon AC line fails.
Refer to figure 7 , the battery voltage is transformed through a boost DC-DC converter
to ±360dc ( battery V 200~273Vdc ) as DC buses for inverter. When the line fails, the
±360Vdc( battery V 200~273Vdc) DC sources are caught up to supply the power needed
by the inverter immediately.

(5) INVERTER SUB-SYSTEM:


The UPS transfers +,-DC bus voltages to the AC output voltage through an inverter of
half bridge configuration at normal operation. The schematic diagram of inverter is
shown in figure 4.

To construct a high frequency (19.2kHz) PWM inverter, the drivers receive switching
signals from PWM generation circuit through a pair of photo-couplers to trigger the
upper IGBT and the lower IGBT alternately.

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2. MAIN CONTROL PCB ASSEMBLIES (CNTL)


These assemblies are the control center of UPS. It is composed of three major circuits as
following:
(1) Regulation & control
(2) Protection
(3) Signaling

(1) REGULATION & CONTROL SUB-SYSTEM :


This portion can be seen as brain of the UPS. It provides the control pulses to the
switching elements which deliver power to the output. The sub-system also regulates the
output to ensure that the UPS is delivering constant AC voltage to the loads.

The inverter signal is sensed directly by resistor division. It is compared with a


reference signal from sine wave generator. The difference of these two signals (error
signal) alter the pulse widths of PWM signals which control the duty cycles of switching
elements to regulate the output voltage within specification.

NOTE: VR1 is used to adjust the O/P DC voltage under battery mode.

In order to avoid unwanted surge current at the transfer of bypass relay, the bypass
signal activates the tracking circuit. It matches the inverter voltage with the line voltage
by having the amplitude of the reference signal following the variation of line voltage.

When the main is applied and the switch is turned on, a 10-seconds timer is
triggered. The bypass relay stays at bypass position in this time period. At the end of this
period, the bypass signal is removed and the relay transfers to inverter output.

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(2) PROTECTION SUB-SYSTEM :
The UPS provides the following protection circuits :
A. Overload protection
The load detector senses the load current. i.e. the inverter current, and sends
the signal by two paths. In battery mode, the UPS will go to failure mode if
overload condition happened. The panel will indicate the fault condition. There
are two kinds of protection in our UPS:
(a)Overload Protection: The UPS collects the continuous overload signals
through CPU switch the bypass relay.
---- If the output load is between 105% to 125% of rated load (VA, or
Wattage), the UPS keeps running on inverter running for 1 minute.
After 1 minute: UPS transfer to bypass which if UPS is under line
mode.
UPS transfer to failure mode which if UPS is under battery mode.
---- If the output load is between 126% to 150% of rated load, the UPS
keeps running on inverter running for 10 seconds.
After 10 seconds: UPS transfer to bypass which if UPS is under line
mode.
UPS transfer to failure mode which if UPS is under battery mode.
---- If the output load is higher than 150% of rated load, the UPS transfers
to bypass immediately which if UPS is under line mode or shut down
which if UPS is under battery mode.
(b)Cycle by Cycle Current Limit: When output loads sink a high surge
current, a high inverter current is detected and the inverter switches, i.e.
the IGBTs, are turned off pulse by pulse to protect themselves from
thermal runaway. The output relay stays at inverter output position
unless a continuous overload is detected or an abnormal inverter
operation occurs.
B. Battery over or under shut down
Upon the battery voltage declines to battery-under level, a signal is generated
to cut off the power supply of the whole system, The buzzer becomes silent
and all the LED's extinguish. When the utility is coming, the UPS will start up
automatically.
In case of the battery voltage is high voltage, the UPS will discharge the
battery capacity by way of DC-DC converter to insure the battery life. The
panel will indicated the fault condition.

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C. Inverter output abnormal protection
The inverter failure signal shuts down the inverter immediately, makes the
buzzer a continuous alarm, and lights "ALARM" LED. The panel will indicate
the fault condition. "The failure signal latches itself unless SW off or battery is
empty".

D. Over temperature protection


The thermal switch detected the temperature of PSDR heat-sink. The thermal
switche is electrically connected to the CPU. An opened thermal switch is
thought as temperature failure by the UPS. The panel will indicate the fault
condition.

E. Bus over voltage protection


To protect any BUS over voltage condition especially for the half-bridge load.
The panel will indicate the fault condition.

(3) SIGNALING SUB-SYSTEM :


When the AC line is unable to supply, the batteries release stored energy to supply
the inverter immediately. At the same time, the utility failure relay is activated and
the buzzer beeps every four seconds.

Upon the batteries are discharged to battery-low level, the battery-low relay is
activated and the buzzer beeps every second.

Remote shutdown signal is enabled only when the line fails. The signal is connected
to the battery detector. It generates battery-under signal to cut off the bias power
supply of the UPS system.
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3. OUTPUT SUB-SYSTEM
The output of IGBT's is filtered by an LC circuit to reduce the o/p voltage harmonic
distortion.

The output relay and S.T.S receives signal from control circuit to switch the output of the
UPS from bypass to inverter, and vice versa.

4. CHARGER (CHGR)
The purpose of charger is to charge and to maintain the batteries at full charged
condition. Refer to figure 5, the voltage flyback switching power supply provides a
constant DC voltage (273Vdc) for batteries. Besides providing constant voltage, the
power supply also limits the current flowing into batteries and therefore protects and
prolongs the lifetime of charged batteries.
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5. FRONT PANEL
The indication OVERLOAD is on when the UPS is overloaded.

O VER LO AD The LED-chain LOAD indicates the load state of the UPS.
LO AD

The indication BYPASS is on, when die UPS supplies a voltage,


which is provided by the mains via the bypass.
B YP AS S

IN V E R T E R
The indication INVERTER is on, when the inverter is in operation.
BATTERY

The LED-chain BATTERY indicates the battery's load state


(normal operation).

L IN E The indication LINE is on, when there is regular mains voltage at


ALAR M the UPS input.
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The indication ALARM is on, when the UPS is faulty. Simultaneously, an

I I acoustical signal is given, which will be reset with switching off the UPS.

The button will switch inverter off and bypass on.

The button will switch the inverter on and be silent in battery mode.

The front panel consists 2 parts: push bottom and display LED set. The push bottom is
used to turn on and off the UPS. LED display indicates the load level (battery mode
indicates the battery voltage level) and operation status of the UPS. Line LED indicates
AC line is normal. If the line LED flash, it warns the power source is bad. Bypass LED
indicates bypass is active. Inverter LED indicates inverter is working and Fault LED
indicates the UPS is in fault condition.
Besides, when the system works abnormally, the fault LED will light up and the buzzer
will beep continuously. In this situation, the panel LED will indicate which part inside
the UPS is out of order. The representations of fault conditions are listed as following:
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  
Inverter Fault Bus fault Over heat fault

  
Battery mode over load O/P relay Boned on N.O. Battery over voltage
alarm Fault
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 Line led flash warning 


Bypass Mode overload Inverter Mode O/P short
Fault circuit Fault

 
Bypass mode bus over EPO fault
voltage or I/P voltage
too high Fault
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IV. ALIGNMENTS
PCB TEST TEST TEST AND ADJUSTMENT EXPECTED
POINT SEQUENCE RESULT
PSDR #11 1.Connect DVM (DC) to test points and
DC(+) BUS #12 turn on I/P NFB, then turn on the 360±5Vdc
switch.
#13 1.Connect DVM (DC) to test points and
DC(-) BUS #12 turn on I/P NFB, then turn on the -360±5Vdc
switch.
CHGR P905(+) 1. Connect DVM (DC) to test points
CHARGER P907(-) and turn on I/P NFB. 273±0.5Vdc
2. Adjust VR901 to obtain the
expected result.
CNTL current #R464 1.Connect test circuit as figure III-1.
balance #R463 2.Connect DVM (DC) to test points and
turn on I/P NFB, then turn on switch.
3. Turn off I/P NFB when inv. LED is
light and bypass LED is off. The ±100mVdc
buzzer will beep for every 4 seconds.
4. Adjust VR1 (control board) to
obtain the expected result.
100K/2W

from AC outlet to DVM Meter

20uF/250V

Figure III-1 : Circuit for test output balance

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V. TROUBLE SHOOTING
For the reason of safety, you must turn off I/P NFB and disconnect battery fuse. Check the
components listed below to confirm which block is out of order and follow the procedures
listed on the following pages to repair them.

CAUTION:
DO NOT supply UPS with the mains unless you are sure that you have replaced all
defective components.

1. OVERVIEW :

Circuit Block Components to be checked Fail condition


FUSE F202,F204 open
I/P SCR Q222,2223 short or open
BAT SCR Q217 short or open
Booster Q218,219,220,221 C-E short or open
D259,263 short or open
Inverter Q213,Q214,Q215,Q216 C-E short or open
IGBT D242,D243 short or open

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2. P.F. CORRECTION:

Step Checked components *Instrument Reference Failed


function Value condition
1 F204 Ω short open
2 Q218,219,220,221 (C,E) DIODE 2.69V short or open
Q218,219,220,221 (G,E) Ω 23.7KΩ short or open
3 D259,263 DIODE 0.35V short or open
4 R401,402,407~411,413 Ω 10 open or value
change
5 D256,261 DIODE 0.39V short or open

3. DC-DC CONVERTER:

Step Checked components *Instrument Reference Failed


function Value condition
1 F202 Ω short open
2 Q217(G,K) Ω 10~16 short or open

* The instrument is D.M.M. ( digital multi-meter ).

4. DC/AC INVERTER:

Step Checked components *Instrument Reference Failed


function Value condition
1 Q213,214,215,216
(G,E) Ω 23.8KΩ short or open
(E,C) DIODE 0.36V short or open
2 R360,363,364,380,381,389 Ω 10Ω value change or open
3 R358,359,361,362 Ω 56Ω value change or open
4 D242,243 DIODE 0.36V short or open
5 D236,D248,D250 DIODE 0.36V short or open

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5. CONTROL POWER SUPPLY :

Step Checked components *Instrument Reference Failed


function Value condition
1 Q211(D,S) DIODE 0.47V short or open
2 R264 Ω 1 open
3 R442 Ω 2.2 open
4 U207 (3845) PIN 5-6 Ω >1M
5-7 >1M
5-8 3.5k too low
6-8 >1M
6. SOFT START :

Step Checked components *Instrument Reference Failed


function Value condition
1 Q222,223 Ω
(A,K) >1M short or open
(G,K) 20~60Ω short or open

7. CHARGER:

Step Components *Instrument Reference Failed


function Value condition
1 F901,902,903,904,905,906 Ω short open
2 Q909 (S,D) DIODE 0.5V <0.4V
(D,S) DIODE ≒∞ no open
3 D901,902,903 DIODE 0.43V Short or open

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8. DYNAMIC CHECK:
When all main components have been replaced, put PSDR board back and fix it then
plug all connector back. Check if all connectors and terminals are on correct location.
(1) Remove fuse F202 and F204, then connect battery jumper on battery.
(2) Turn on input breaker. Use oscilloscope to see those points :
(a) Voltage between C264 and GND (heat-sink of U212) is 5Vdc. If not, check
U211's pin "I", "O" if it is short. If it yes, replace it.
(b) Voltage between C254 and GND is 12.5~12.0Vdc. If the waveform abnormal,
then recheck point 5 of PART V.
(c) Voltage between D232's cathode and GND is 26~30Vdc.If the waveform
abnormal, then recheck point 5 of PART V.
Before probe following points must be very careful don't make any short with
not-related parts, otherwise may cause serious damage.
(d) Use roll function of oscilloscope to inspect the voltage of U215's pin 16 to GND
if its waveform is a series of PWM waveform with Vp-p 15~16V, when push the
"I" (on) switch of front panel. The buzzer would beep and display "BUS
FAULT" composite signals. That's expected normally. Just push "off" switch. If
the waveform is abnormal, then replace U215.
(e) Inspect the voltage of U202's pin 16 to GND following the same step as "d". If
the waveform is abnormal, then replace U202.
(f) Inspect the voltage of the terminals R387, R388(C,E of inverter IGBT) follow
the same step as "e", but the waveform is -6.5 ~ -7.5Vdc then appear suddenly a
group of PWM wave Vpeak 15~18V, Vvalley -6.5 ~ -7.5V. If the waveform is
abnormal, then recheck point 4 of PART V.
(g) Inspect the voltage of the terminals R390, R394(C,E of inverter IGBT) follow
the same step as "f". If the waveform abnormal, then recheck point 4 of PART
V.
(3) Turn input breaker off, then replace fuse F202, F204. Turn input breaker on again.
Check DC(±) BUS = ±input Vrms * 1.4142 . If not, recheck point 1 of PART V.
(4) Push the ON switch "I", wait the LED indicator transfer to INV mode. Check DC (±)
BUS voltage = ±345(±5) Vdc at 220Vac, ±360(±5) Vdc at 230Vac, ±375(±5) Vdc at
240Vac. If the voltage is not boosted, then recheck point 2 of PART V.
(5) Turn input breaker off and inspect battery backup mode if it is normal. If not, recheck
point 3 of PART V.
(6) If points 1~5 are all correct, machine would be in well repaired.

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VI. APPENDIX I : COMMUNICATION


1. RS232
The RS232 provides proprietary command sequence for the computer to monitor the line
and UPS status and to control the UPS. The data format is listed as following:
PIN TYPE ...................: male
BAUD RATE .............. : 2400 bps
DATA LENGTH ......... : 8 bits
STOP BIT ................... : 1 bit
PARITY ...................... : NONE

The pin assignment and description are listed in the following table and the interface
configuration is indicated in Figure VI-1. Note that, the computer will control
information exchange by a query followed by <cr> (Character Return). UPS will respond
with information followed by a <cr> or action. UPS data will be provided at 2400 baud
rate and consist of 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, and no parity bit. All the information is
provided in ASCII format.

PIN # Description I/O type


1,4,6,7,8,9 not connected
3 UPS RS232 receiver RX from computer. input
2 UPS RS232 transmitter to computer output
5 GND

1
6
RX 2
7
TX 3
8
4
9
5

Figure VI-1 : RS232 connection

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2. AS400(option)
AS 400 provide dry contact closure signal open or close. The pin assignment and
description are listed as following.
PIN # Description I/O type
1 UPS fail, relay contact, normally open active close. output
2 Summary alarm, relay contact, normally open, active close. output
One of the following conditions activate this signal
. UPS fail
. Bypass active
. Battery low
. Utility fail
. Inverter out of order
3 N.C.
4 N.C.
5 Common
6 Bypass active, normally open, active close output
7 Battery low, normally open, active close output
8 UPS on, normally open, active close output
9 Utility fail, normally open, active close output

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STS

AC/DC
I/P and DC/AC O/P
Line Load
EMI-PCB DC/DC Inverter EMI-PCB
Boost Converter

MAINT
I/P O/P
BPS
NFB NFB
SW.

Battery
Charger
Bank

Block diagram

Figure 1
BYPASS

L210 D263

MT2
+BUS
BATSCR
MAIN T BPS SW

K
A

MT1
Q222 Q217 D 4
6
I/P D 2

MT2
A
NFB BAT+
I/P G 1 8
S G L202 L201
S RY2
O/P
I/P

MT1
EMI D 4
6
O/P(L)
O/P NFB

K
D 2
A Q223
G
S
1 8
EMI O/P
G C RY1
A

S O/P(N)
L209 D259 - B US

CHGR
O/P I/P

PCB

6kVA BLOCKDIAGRAM

Figure 2
20

21

12
3300uF/450V 3300uF/450V

11 C1 C2 13

+BUS -BUS BYPASS


N
L210 D263

MT2
BATSCR MAIN T BPS SW

G
A

MT1
I/P TB Q222 Q217 D 4
1P2W /PI D
6
NFB P1 P2 2

MT2
220VAC

A
BAT+ PFCPWM
2 L I/PEMI I/P(L ) G IGBTPWM 1 8
O/P TB
4 2 4 8 L S G L202 L201 RY2 O/P
1
N I/ P CHOKE F204
S
O/PEMI -PCB NFB 1P2W

MT1
3 7 N O/P(L) 220VAC
PC B 1 3 D 4
6 P1 2 4 14 16
L

K
D 2 18

A
G I/P(N) Q223 PFCPWM N
30A/2 50V 19 N
P3 P4 G
S IGBTPWM C*2pcs 1 8 1 3 15 17
G RY1

A
6 5 S PARALELL O/P(N)
L209 D259
10u/250V P212 G
BAT-
L1 N1 P213 BLUE

MOV-PCB P211 F202 PSDR


BAT+ CN202 CN203 CN201 CN20750PIN WHT
+ -
P204
- + NFB
EXTRABAT
240VDC OUTLET BRN
G FAN FAN WHT

GREEN

CN5
TOCNTL-PCBCN5 CONTROL CN250PIN

CN116PIN CN326PIN
+
INTERNAL P905 CN601
BATTERY P906 +
CN602
20PCS CHGRO/P
7.0 AH - -
P908
P907 - P902 +
P901

CHARGER P904
CHGRI/P -
PANNL IN TRFACE
P903

6kVA WIRING DIAGRAM

Figure 3
+BUS

IGBT*2PCS
PARALELL C1
D SNUBBER
IGBTPWM+ G

S
L202 L201
C2E1
INV_OUT
D
G
IGBTPWM- SNUBBER
C
S
E2

-BUS

6kVA INVERTER BLOCK DIAGRAM

Figure 4
F901~903
+BUS
P901+/P902+
D901 D Q908

G
S D902 P905+/P906+
TX901
BAT+

CN201/CN202
PWM C918
D
CONTROLLER P907-/P908-
Q907 BAT-
CHGR ON/O FF
G
S
C928

D903

P903-/P904- VR901
F904~906
-BUS

6kVA CHARGER BLOCK DIAGRAM

Figure 5
D237 PO W
C HG R +
1N5404 TX 201
R 236 EE25108*1
R 436
619K * 100K* C 267
R 341 1 10
103MP/1K V 22K/3W
2 9 D 232 U F2006
3 8
R 235 R 290
619K * 100K * D 233 4 7
D 229 MU R 460
U F2006 5 6

R234
D 223
619K *
Q 210 1N 4937GI
PSA44

C280
47U/400V (18) D

ZD 202 Q211
18V G 2SK2608
S
PWM
CNTROLLER
R264

+24V
+24V +12V +5V
BA T- IC7812 IC7805
R 320 U212 D 211 U 211
I O I 7805 O
2.49K * 7812
4 1
A A
U210 1N 4007GI
ICPS2561
C266 C265
TLP

C278
104Z
2 R289 C239 104Z 104Z

C254
3

2 0U /50V

C264
C 279
521 R319 470k

220U /50V

100u/50V
2200u/16v

470ohm/2W(R 14)
C 244 470p R 321

47.5K*

R 318
HFPW+

K
510ohm*

R
Q 209 GN D
TL431

A
R 322
10K *

1
2 CN 202
JST-2P

R238
1.5K * 1 JST-2P
2 C N203
R239 Q205
FA NSP/F Q224
1K* C1815
C 2655

R 440

R 439
39ohm/5W(R 16)

39ohm/5W(R 16)
R240

10K *

6kVA POWER DIAGRAM

Figure 6
L210 D263
1 4
RECT+ 2 5 +BUS
3 6
1 2

U
V
700UH
RHRG75120
v V

CT100:1
u
v
u U
CT100:1

C
IGBT SNUBBER 3300uF/450V
DRIVER IRG4PF50W
G
E

LINE PFC CONTROLLER

CURRENT
C
IGBT SENSOR 3300uF/450V
SNUBBER
DRIVER G
IRG4PF50W E

v V

v
u U
L209 CT100:1
D259

CT100:1
4 1
RECT- 2 1 -BUS

V
5 2
6 3
700UH RHRG75120

FEED BACK
CIRCUIT

6KVA PFC BLOCK DIAGRAM

Figure 7
Figure 8