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ZXUPS S606/S610 Uninterruptible Power Supply User Manual ZTE CORPORATION ZTE Plaza, Keji Road South, Hi-Tech

ZXUPS S606/S610

Uninterruptible Power Supply

User Manual

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R1.0

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Operating principles in dual hot backup mode is added

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Contents

About this Manual

 

i

Purpose of this Manual

i

What is in this Manual

ii

Typographical Conventions

iii

Safety Signs

iv

How to Get in Touch

v

Customer

Support

v

Documentation Support

v

Chapter 1

1

Safety Instructions

1

Chapter 2

5

System Overview

5

Introduction

5

Application

6

Features

6

System Configuration

7

Component Description

8

Panel

8

Switches and Interfaces

9

Chapter 3

13

Operations Description

13

Starting up The Load

15

Shutting down the UPS

15

Observing Indicators

16

Learning About the Main Interface Information

16

Learning About the System Operation Modes

17

Chapter 4

21

LCD Information Description

21

Introduction

21

Basic Operation

22

Menu Description

22

Entering Main Menu

24

Parameter Query

25

Setting Parameter

27

Setting Output F

29

Setting Sync F. Range

30

Setting Battery Ah

31

Setting

Running Mode

32

Setting New Password

33

Battery

Test

35

Switching to Bypass Mode and Invert Mode

36

Restoring Default Settings

37

Setting

Neutral Alarm

38

Battery Maintenance

39

Alarm Query

40

Version Query

41

Chapter 5

43

Maintenance

43

Alarm Level

45

Routine Maintenance requirements

46

Battery Maintenance

47

UPS Online Maintenance

49

Single UPS Maintenance Mode

51

Dual UPS Hot Backup Maintenance Mode

53

Emergency Handling

56

Solution to Power Failure

56

AC Over/Under-Voltage Protection

56

Precautions against Disastrous Accidents

57

Storage Requirements

57

Appendix A

59

Technical Specifications

59

Compliant Standards:

62

Appendix B

63

Operating Principles

63

Single UPS Operating Principles

63

Dual hot backup UPS Operating Principles

65

Appendix C

67

Calculation of Load Capacity

67

Appendix D

69

Alarm Code

69

Appendix E

73

Term List

73

Figures

75

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About this Manual

Purpose of this Manual

This manual applies to ZXUPS S606 and ZXUPS S610 uninterruptible power supply (hereinafter referred to as ZXUPS S606/S610). Manual suite of ZXUPS S606/S610:

1.

ZXUPS

S606/S610

(V1.0)

Uninterruptible

Power

Supply

Installation Manual

 

This manual provides the information to install the UPS, including installation preparations, installation procedure, electrical connections, and equipment debugging.

2.

ZXUPS S606/S610 (V1.0) Uninterruptible Power Supply User Manual

This manual details the functions and features, technical specifications, the operation instructions and alarm codes of the monitoring unit, and routine operation & maintenance of the UPS; ain addition, it introduces the operating principles of the UPS, and calculation of the load capacity.

After reading the two manuals, please keep them properly for later reference. for later reference.

Note:

Caution:please keep them properly for later reference. Note: Both the input voltage and output voltage of

Both the input voltage and output voltage of the UPS are high voltage. Improper operations will endanger personal safety. Read this manual carefully before installation and any operation, and please pay attention to the warning signs and remarks on the equipment. Only professional maintenance staff with authorization are allowed to dismantle the UPS cabinet.

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ZXUPS S606/S610 (V1.0) User Manual

What is in this Manual

This manual contains the following chapters/appendixes:

TABLE 1 CHAPTER/APPENDIX SUMMARY

Chapter/Appendix

 

Summary

 

Chapter 1 Safety Instructions

 

Describes safety instructions and precautions. Before any operation, always read the instructions in this chapter carefully.

Chapter 2 System Overview

 

Introduces the functions & features, system configuration and component functions of the UPS.

Chapter 3 Operations

 

Describes the operation of the UPS.

 

Chapter

4

Interfaces

and

Describes the interfaces and operations of the monitoring unit of the UPS.

Operations

Chapter 5 Maintenance

 

Introduces UPS

maintenance

and

 

management, including common troubleshooting and precautions.

Appendix A Technical Specifications

Provides

the

equipment

technical

specifications.

Appendix B Operating Principles

 

Describes the UPS operating principles.

 

Appendix

C

Calculation

of

Load

Provides

the

method

to

calculate

load

Capacity

capacity.

Appendix D Alarm Code

 

Provides the alarm codes and solutions.

 

Appendix E Term List

 

Provides a list of terms.

 
About this Manual Typographical Conventions ZTE documents employ the following typographical conventions. T ABLE 2

About this Manual

Typographical Conventions

ZTE documents employ the following typographical conventions.

TABLE 2 TYPOGRAPHICAL CONVENTIONS

Typeface

Meaning

Italics

References to other guides and documents; parameter values

“Quotes”

Links on screens

Bold

Menus, menu options, input fields, radio button names, check boxes, drop-down lists, dialog box names, window names

CAPS

Keys on the keyboard and buttons on screens and company name

Constant

Text that you type, program code, files and directory names, and function names

width

[ ]

Optional parameters

{ }

Mandatory parameters

|

Select one of the parameters that are delimited by it

Note: Provides additional info rmation about a certain topic

Note: Provides additional information about a certain topic

Checkpoint: Indicates that a particular step needs to be checked before proceeding further

Checkpoint: Indicates that a particular step needs to be checked before proceeding further

Tip: Indicates a suggestion or hint to make things easier or more productive for the

Tip: Indicates a suggestion or hint to make things easier or more productive for the reader

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Safety Signs

TABLE 3 S AFETY SIGNS

Safety Signs

Meaning

Danger: Indicates an imminently hazardous situation, which if not avoided, will result in death or

Danger: Indicates an imminently hazardous situation, which if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury. This signal word should be limited to only extreme situations.

Warning: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which if not avoided, could result in death or

Warning: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.

Caution: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which if not avoided, could result in minor or

Caution: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which if not avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury. It may also be used to alert against unsafe practices.

Erosion: Beware of erosion.

Erosion: Beware of erosion.

Electric shock: There is a risk of electric shock.

Electric shock: There is a risk of electric shock.

Electrostatic: The device may be sensitive to static electricity.

Electrostatic: The device may be sensitive to static electricity.

Microwave: Beware of strong electromagnetic field.

Microwave: Beware of strong electromagnetic field.

Laser: Beware of strong laser beam.

Laser: Beware of strong laser beam.

No flammables: No flammables can be stored.

No flammables: No flammables can be stored.

No touching: Do not touch.

No touching: Do not touch.

No smoking: Smoking is forbidden.

No smoking: Smoking is forbidden.

About this Manual How to Get in Touch The following sections provide information on how

About this Manual

How to Get in Touch

The following sections provide information on how to obtain support for the documentation and the software.

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Chapter 1

Safety Instructions

This chapter describes the safety instructions for the installation, maintenance and operation of the UPS.

for the installation, maintenance and operation of the UPS. Note: To use the equipment safely, always

Note:

To use the equipment safely, always read the safety instructions before any operation.

Safety instructions described in this manual are only supplementary to the local safety specifications.

This equipment involves high temperature and high voltages. Only qualified professionals can install, operate and maintain the equipment. The installation, operation and maintenance of this equipment must comply with local safety specifications and related operating procedures to reduce the risk of personal injury or equipment damage.

ZTE shall not bear any liabilities incurred by violation of the universal safety operation requirements or violation of the safety standards for designing, manufacturing and using the equipment.

for designing, manufacturing and using the equipment. Electric shock: The high voltage danger exists in the

Electric shock:

The high voltage danger exists in the installation and maintenance of UPS system. Direct contact or contact with high voltage and mains through damp object will cause vital danger. Pay attention to caution sings and sentences on the equipment.

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1. Both the input voltage and output voltage of UPS are high voltage. Direct contact or contact with high voltage and mains through damp object will cause vital danger.

2. The UPS has multiple power supplies. Switch off AC power and

DC power before maintenance. Even if all power supplies are

switched off, the internal capacitance of UPS will have charge on it. So, wait for the release of charge more than 10 minutes

before dismantling the cabinets.

It is recommended to check the power input of UPS and the internal parts that may be contacted with a voltmeter before maintenance, to ensure that all power supplies are switched off

and

in the safe state.

3. not wear any conductive object like watch, hand chain,

Do

bracelet and finger ring, during operations.

Special tool is a must in the high voltage and AC power operations. Before operation, make sure that all the tools are in good insulation condition, for example, wrap metal make sure that all the tools are in good insulation condition, for example, wrap metal part with insulating tape to avoid short circuit or danger to personnel safety in case that the tool contacts electriferous things.

Caution: Use special tool.

Never drilll on the UPS cabinet if not authorized. Improper drilling will damage the co mponents and cables in the cabinet and the metal scraps drilling will damage the components and cables in the cabinet and the metal scraps will drop into the cabinet and cause short circuit.

Danger: Never drill.

Electricthe cabinet and cause short circuit. Danger: Never drill. shock: Never perform any operation during lightning

shock:

Never perform any operation during

lightning storm.

Never performe high voltage and AC power operations or operations on iron tower and master during lightning storm. In addition, take measures for lightning protection and grounding in advance to avoid equipment damage due to lightning storm.

Chapter 1 - Safety Instructions Never connect and disc onnect live power cables. Before the

Chapter 1 - Safety Instructions

Never connect and disconnect live power cables. Before the operations to power cable, switch off the UPS and onnect live power cables. Before the operations to power cable, switch off the UPS and make sure that the cables and cable labels comply with the installation requirements.

Danger: No operation for live cable.

Caution: Safety precautions for battery. Safety precautions for battery.

Use the batteries of the same model; otherwise, battery will be damaged.

Improper operations of battery will cause danger. Avoid short circuit and overflow of electrolyte in operation. The overflow of electrolyte may risk the equipment. It will corrode metal object and circuit board, and damage the equipment and cause short circuit.

Warning: Attend rotating fan. Attend rotating fan.

When dismantling fan, do not put finger or tools into the fan before it totally stops rotating; otherwise, it will cause equipment damage and human injury. Keep the screws and tools properly and do not drop them into a rotating fan; otherwise, it will damage the fan or relevant equipment.

It is not recommended to use UPS to power inductive load, such as printer and duplicating machine. Never use UPS to power conductive load with high such as printer and duplicating machine. Never use UPS to power conductive load with high surge current, such as air conditioner, blower, starter, electrical drill, motor and fluorescent lamp, to avoid UPS damage.

Caution: Only proper load can be connected.

Make sure that the ventilation hole of the UPS cabinet and the fan are not blocked by anything to keep good ventilation. the fan are not blocked by anything to keep good ventilation.

Caution: Keep good ventilation.

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Chapter 2

System Overview

This chapter describes the system functions and features, system configuration and functions of the components.

Introduction

ZXUPS S606/S610 are digitized, intelligent, high-frequency and on- line UPS. Their appearance is shown in Figure 1.

FIGURE 1 APPEARANCE OF ZXUPS S606/S610

in Figure 1. F IGURE 1 A PPEARANCE OF ZXUPS S606/S610 Confidential and Proprietary Information of

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Application

ZXUPS S606/S610 applies to the power distribution system of 220 VAC and 50/60 Hz and adopts the single-phase input/single-phase output mode. The output capacities are listed as follows,

ZXUPS S606: 6 kVA/4.2 kW

ZXUPS S610: 10 kVA/7 kW

ZXUPS S606/S610 is used to provide high-quality power supply to such electrical equipment as servers, computers, hubs and telecom systems. ZXUPS S606/S610 applies to many fields including telecom industry, financing industry, Internet, transportation industry.

Features

Adopts advanced active power factor correction (APFC) technology:

The input power factor is higher than 0.98, thus reducing interference with AC source, which makes ZXUPS S606/S610 a new generation of “green” power supply.

With advanced DSP, the UPS provides high-quality power with waveform distortion of less than 2% and voltage stability of 1%.

Large range of AC input voltage.

Adopts advanced phase-locked loop (APLL) technology.

Automatic shut-down and power-on: If the UPS runs in the battery mode with low battery voltage, it will shut down automatically to protect the batteries from over-discharging; and it will start up automatically upon the mains supply recovery.

The UPS supports dual-UPS hot backup mode.

Automatic bypass function: The UPS automatically switches to the bypass mode in case of its overload, failure or protection mode. For maintenance, the maintenance switch enables the user to stop the output of the UPS, and let the loads be powered by mains directly.

Friendly user interfaces: The operating status, parameters and alarm information are displayed in terms of figure and text on the LCD.

Chapter 2 - System Overview Intelligent battery management function: The UPS can automatically perform battery

Chapter 2 - System Overview

Intelligent battery management function: The UPS can automatically perform battery charging/discharging, generate battery low voltage alarm, and determine the end voltage according to the load capacity.

Intelligent monitoring and communication function: provides the RS232/RS485 interfaces and supports background power supply monitoring software. The UPS running status and alarm are monitored through relay contact.

Fan speed control function: The embedded DSP adjusts the fan speed according to the temperature inside the UPS and output power, to control the noise and extend the fan life span.

Self-diagnosis function: The system takes security protection measures; meanwhile, the LCD displays the alarm information when a fault occurs.

System Configuration

ZXUPS S606 includes standard duration type and long duration type. ZXUPS S610 includes only long duration type. The system configuration is shown in Figure 2.

FIGURE 2

SYSTEM CONFIGURATION

Component

Description

 

UPS

ZXUPS S606/610 (V1.1)

 

Communication

RS232 interface, output relay, SNMP card (optional).The SNMP card and the RS232 interface cannot be configured simultaneously.

interface

Storage batteries

External

lead-acid

batteries

12V/38AH

or

12V/100

AH

(optional).

Battery rack

For storage batteries.

 

Distribution unit

Optional,

the

ZXDP04

U101

power

distribution

unit

is

recommended.

 

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Component Description

The front side of the UPS system mainly consists of a panel and indicators, as shown in Figure 3.

FIGURE 3 UPS FRONT P ANEL Panel Foot
FIGURE 3 UPS FRONT P ANEL
Panel
Foot

Figure 4 shows the equipment panel.

Panel

FIGURE 4 P ANEL OF ZXUPS S606/S610

Output indicator Normal Fault indicator Fault E s c Chapter 2 - System Overview Enter

Output indicator

Normal

Fault indicator

Fault

Esc

Chapter 2 - System Overview

Enter

LCD

On/off key

Information

operation keys

Indicators: please refer to Table 7 for more details.

Information operation keys: include Esc, Enter, and keys. Refer to Table 10 for more details.

The On/Off key is used to start /shutdown the system.

Switches and Interfaces

Figure 5 shows the switches and interfaces on the back of the UPS. Refer to Table 4 for the description of switches and interfaces.

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FIGURE 5 SWITCHES AND INTERFACE ON THE BACK OF THE UPS

1

2

3

4

S WITCHES AND I NTERFACE ON THE B ACK OF THE UPS 1 2 3 4

5

6

TABLE 4 SWITCHES AND INTERFACE ON THE BACK OF THE UPS

Serial

Designation

Description

 

No.

1

BATTERY INPUT

Battery interface, used in connecting the battery packs.

2

VOLT.FREE

Output

relay

interface,

used

in

background

CONTACT

monitoring.

 

3

RS-232

Serial communication interface, used in background monitoring. When SNMP card is configured, the RS232 interface is replaced by the SNMP interface.

Chapter 2 - System Overview Serial Designation Description No. 4 AC INPUT AC input switch,

Chapter 2 - System Overview

Serial

Designation

Description

No.

4

AC INPUT

AC input switch, used to turn on/off input power

the AC

5

AC OUTPUT

AC output switch, used to turn on/ off the AC power output of the UPS

6

-

Reserved for AC input/output interface, used in connecting the AC distribution cables

The battery interface is composed of three connection terminals as shown in Figure 6 and Table 5 describes the battery interface connection terminals.

FIGURE 6 BATTERY INTERFACE CONNECTION TERMINALS

TABLE 5

DESCRIPTION OF BATTERY INTERFACE CONNECTION TERMINALS

Designation

Description

BATTERY INPUT

+

(+) terminal of the battery pack

-

(-) terminal of the battery pack

Figure 7 shows the AC input/output interface connection terminals (nine in total). Refer to Table 6 for description of the connection terminals.

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FIGURE 7 AC INPUT /OUTPUT INTERFACE CONNECTION TERMINALS

7 AC I NPUT /O UTPUT I NTERFACE C ONNECTION T ERMINALS Short-circuit cable T ABLE

Short-circuit cable

TABLE 6 CONNECTION TERMINALS DESCRIPTION

Designation

Description

 

L

AC input live wire

AC IN

N

AC input neutral wire

PE

Protection earth

 

PE

Protection earth

AC OUT

N

AC output neutral wire

L

AC output live wire

 

N

Bypass input neutral wire

BYPASS

L

Bypass input live wire

AUX

Bypass auxiliary

L Bypass input live wire AUX Bypass auxiliary Note: When the UPS works in single UPS

Note:

When the UPS works in single UPS mode, before equipment delivery the BYPASS L terminal should be connected to the AUX terminal through a cable.

When the UPS works in dual-UPS hot backup mode, disconnect the short-circuit cable of the master UPS between the two terminals and the cable of the slave UPS should not be disconnected.

Chapter 3

Operations Description

This chapter describes the equipment operations after installation.

Starting Up The UPS

equipment operations after installation. Starting Up The UPS Caution: It is recommended to start slave UPS

Caution: It is recommended to start slave UPS before the master, in dual-UPS hot backup mode, to avoid the master UPS alarms at start-up.

To start up the UPS:

1. Make sure that the AC OUTPUT switch is turned OFF.

2. Turn ON the AC input switch QF1.

3. Turn ON the input switch of the battery rack.

4. Turn ON the AC INPUT switch on the back of the UPS.

5. Press

6. The LCD displays the start-up interface (refer to Figure 8). Press to move the cursor to “1 Yes” and press Enter. (The UPS will shut down automatically if “2 No” is selected, or if no operation is performed within one minute.)

or if no operation is performed within one minute.) on the panel. Confidential and Proprietary Information

on the panel.

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FIGURE 8 START-UP INTERFACE

Turn on UPS?

1 Yes

NoTurn on UPS? 1 Yes

7. The system performs self-test and the LCD displays the self-test progress bar, as shown in (with ZXUPS S610 as an example).

FIGURE 9 SYSTEM SELF-TEST PROGRESS BAR

ZXUPS S610

ZXUPS S610
F IGURE 9 S YSTEM S ELF -T EST P ROGRESS B AR ZXUPS S610 Initializing

Initializing

Initializing …

FIGURE 10 M AIN INTERFACE (LINE MODE))

-

+ LINE MODE
+
LINE MODE

220V/50.0Hz

8. The LCD displays the main interface, which indicates that the system has been completely started up.

Chapter 3 - Operations Description Starting up The Load After the UPS start-up without any

Chapter 3 - Operations Description

Starting up The Load

After the UPS start-up without any alarm/fault, follow the procedure below to start up the load.

follow the procedure below to start up the load. Caution: Do not start up the load

Caution:

Do not start up the load until the UPS start-up process is complete.

To start up load:

1. Turn ON the AC OUTPUT switch on the back of the UPS.

2. Start up the load according to Figure 11.

Some loads involve high starting current. Starting such a load may cause overload protection. Therefore, it is recommended to start such loads at first.

FIGURE 11 FLOW OF STARTING THE LOAD

Start high-power load

Start high starting current load

Start low-power load

Start low starting current load

Shutting down the UPS

Follow the procedure below to shut down the system.

Caution: It is recommended to start slave UPS before the master, in dual-UPS hot backup mode, It is recommended to start slave UPS before the master, in dual-UPS hot backup mode, to avoid the master UPS alarms at start-up.

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To shut down the UPS:

1. Shut down all the UPS loads.

2. Turn OFF the AC OUTPUT switch at the back of the UPS.

3. Press the

the AC OUTPUT switch at the back of the UPS. 3. Press the button to pop

button to pop it up. The UPS is shut down when the

backlight goes out completely.

4. Turn OFF the AC INPUT switch on the back of the UPS.

5. Turn OFF the switch of the battery rack.

6. Turn OFF the AC input switch QF1.

Observing Indicators

When the UPS is operating, observe the indicator on the panel to know the operation mode of the UPS as shown in Table 7.

TABLE 7 DESCRIPTION OF THE INDICATORS ON THE P ANEL

Indicator

Description

Normal

Glows green, indicating normal UPS output

Fault

Glows or flashes red, indicates that the UPS is faulty

Learning About the Main Interface Information

The following describes the UPS main interface (refer to Figure 12 and Table 8), with “BATTERY MODE” taken as an example.

Chapter 3 - Operations Description F IGURE 12 M AIN I NTERFACE (B ATTERY M

Chapter 3 - Operations Description

FIGURE 12 M AIN INTERFACE (BATTERY MODE)

1

2

3

F IGURE 12 M AIN I NTERFACE (B ATTERY M ODE ) 1 2 3 -

- +

BATTERY MODE

220V/50.0Hz

!

5 6

4

TABLE 8 M AIN INTERFACE DESCRIPTION

No.

Item

Description

1

Mute icon

Indicates that the buzzer is mute. When the buzzer is ringing, press Esc to mute it.

 

Available

 

2

battery

One lit LED means 25%. In Figure 12, the available battery capacity percentage is 100%.

capacity

 

percentage

 
 

Load

One lit LED means 25%. In Figure 12, the load capacity percentage is 25%. Four LED lit mean full load.

3

percentage

 

Operation

Includes “LINE MODE”, “LINE MODE (Asyn)”, “BATTERY MODE” and “BYPASS MODE”

4

mode

 

Voltage/

Output voltage and frequency. In Figure 12, the UPS output voltage is 220 V, and the frequency is 50.0 Hz.

5

Frequency

6

Alarm icon

Indicates that alarm occurs. The Alarm Query menu allows the user to query the alarm.

Learning About the System Operation Modes

ZXUPSS606/ S610 system operation modes Include “LINE MODE”, “LINE MODE (Asyn)”, “BATTERY MODE” and “BYPASS MODE”. Please refer to Figure 13 and Table 9 for more details.

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FIGURE 13 UPS WORK FLOW

Start-up AC restart Self-test Standby Cold start Normal start AC input fault Battery invert mode
Start-up
AC restart
Self-test
Standby
Cold start
Normal start
AC input fault
Battery invert mode
AC input recovery
Mains invert mode
(Synchronous/
Asynchronous)
UPS failure
Bypass mode
Critical fault
System
Critical fault
Critical fault
shutdown

TABLE 9 OPERATION MODE DESCRIPTION

Operation Mode

Description

 

LINE MODE is a line mode type.

When the following conditions are satisfied, the UPS works in LINE MODE:

1. No UPS failure;

2. The UPS AC input voltage is within the allowed range;

LINE MODE

3. The UPS input frequency is within the phase-locked range;

4. No overload.

In the LINE MODE, the UPS provides high-quality AC power through rectifier and inverter and adjusts the output frequency according to the mains frequency; meanwhile, the UPS charges batteries through the charger.

Chapter 3 - Operations Description Operation Mode Description   LINE MODE (Asyn) is a line

Chapter 3 - Operations Description

Operation Mode

Description

 

LINE MODE (Asyn) is a line mode type.

When all the following conditions are ready, the UPS works in LINE MODE (Asyn):

1. No UPS failure;

2. The UPS AC input voltage is within the allowed range;

LINE MODE (Asyn)

3. The UPS input frequency is beyond the phase-locked range

but within the input frequency range;

4.

No overload.

In the LINE MODE (Asyn), the UPS provides high-quality AC power through rectifier and inverter and keeps the output frequency to 50 Hz/60 Hz ± 0.1 Hz; meanwhile, the UPS charges batteries through the charger.

 

In case of mains input failure, the UPS automatically switches to the battery mode. In this mode, batteries power the load through the inverter, and the buzzer rings intermittently.

1.

In battery mode, if AC input recovers and the battery

voltage is not too low, the UPS will switch to the line mode.

2.

If the battery voltage is too low, the LCD displays the

BATTERY MODE

alarm information and the UPS generates visual/audible alarm. If the mains supply does not recover in a short time and if battery energy drops to the threshold, the UPS

automatically shut down to prevent battery from over- discharge.

3.

If the mains supply recovers and the voltage is not less

than 170 V, the UPS will automatically start up; the UPS does

not start up if the voltage is less than 170 V.

Note: In battery mode, the UPS operating time depends on the configured battery capacity. Incomplete charge reduces the operating time.

BYPASS MODE

In case of overload, over-temperature or inverter fault, the UPS switches to the bypass mode if the bypass voltage is within the allowed range, If the voltage exceeds the allowed range, the UPS cut off the input and has no output.

In this mode, most components inside the UPS stop working; the bypass powers the load. Please query the alarm through Alarm Query menu and troubleshoot it.

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Chapter 4

LCD Information Description

This chapter describes the LCD interfaces functions.

Introduction

The UPS front panel consists of indicators, LCD and operation buttons. The panel enables the user to query the operating data, alarm information and to set system parameters.

Details about the keys on the panel are described in Table 10.

TABLE 10 DESCRIPTION OF THE KEYS ON THE P ANEL

Button

Description

 
To start up and shut down the equipment  

To start up and shut down the equipment

 

To increase the value/ move the menu items frontward or leftward

To

decrease

the

value/

move

the

menu

items

backward/rightward

 

Esc

To exit to upper-level menu/ mute the buzzer (from the main menu interface).

Enter

To confirm a parameter / save parameter setting.

 

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Basic Operation

Menu Description

Figure 14 shows the interface hierarchy. Each main menu item involves several sub-menu items.

F IGURE 14 M ENU H IERARCHY Chapter 4 - LCD Information Description Main menu

FIGURE 14 MENU HIERARCHY

Chapter 4 - LCD Information Description

Main menu

Parameter Query

Press Enter

Parameter Set

Press Enter

Alarm Query

Version Query

Press Enter

1 Input V. & F.

Alarm Query Version Query Press Enter 1 Input V. & F. 225V/50.0Hz 2 Output V. &
Alarm Query Version Query Press Enter 1 Input V. & F. 225V/50.0Hz 2 Output V. &
Alarm Query Version Query Press Enter 1 Input V. & F. 225V/50.0Hz 2 Output V. &
Alarm Query Version Query Press Enter 1 Input V. & F. 225V/50.0Hz 2 Output V. &
Alarm Query Version Query Press Enter 1 Input V. & F. 225V/50.0Hz 2 Output V. &
Alarm Query Version Query Press Enter 1 Input V. & F. 225V/50.0Hz 2 Output V. &
Alarm Query Version Query Press Enter 1 Input V. & F. 225V/50.0Hz 2 Output V. &

225V/50.0Hz

2 Output V. & F.

220V/50.0Hz

3 Output Power

10kVA/7kW

4 Load Percent

20 %

5 Battery V.

241V

6 Radiator Temp.

27

7 Battery Ah

007 Ah

8 Sync F. range

±2 Hz

Password

0 0 0 0

Total N alarm

Total N alarm Press Enter

Press Enter

Total N alarm Press Enter

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1 Parameter set

2

New password

3 Battery test

4 To Bypass

5 To Normal

6 Default Set

7 Neutral Alarm

8 Maintain

1, ! alarm code Alarm information

1 Output F.

2 Sync F. Range

3

Battery Ah

4 Run Mode

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Entering Main Menu

1. With the main interface, press Enter to enter the main menu.

Parameter Query interface is displayed, as show in Figure 15. There are four items in the main menu, as described in Table 11.

FIGURE 15 M AIN MENU INTERFACE (P ARAMETER QUERY)

ParameterQuery
ParameterQuery
ParameterQuery
ParameterQuery

ParameterQuery

TABLE 11 FUNCTIONS OF THE M AIN MENU ITEMS

Item

Function

Parameter Query

To query real-time operation data of the system

Parameter Set

To set the system parameters

Alarm Query

To query real-time alarm information

Version Query

To query the equipment model and software version

2. Press or (located on the UPS panel ) to move the cursor to the other item. For example, move the cursor to Parameter Set interface, as shown in Figure 16.

FIGURE 16 M AIN MENU INTERFACE (P ARAMETER SET)

ParameterSet
ParameterSet

3. Press Enter to access the lower-level menu.

3. Press Enter to access the lower-level menu. Note: Please refer to the follow ing contents

Note:

Please refer to the following contents for detailed operation of each menu item.

Chapter 4 - LCD Information Description Parameter Query Figure 17 shows the operation related to

Chapter 4 - LCD Information Description

Parameter Query

Figure 17 shows the operation related to the Parameter Query lower-level interface.

FIGURE 17 OPERATION OF “P ARAMETER QUERY

Parameter Query

<Enter>

<Esc>

1 Input V. & F.

2 Output V. & F.

3

Output Power

4 Load Percent

5 Battery V.

6 Radiator Temp.

7 Battery Ah

8 Sync F. range

Press

n

Press

n+1

Query parameters (refer to Table 12) after entering the lower-level interface of Parameter Query.

Operation instructions:

Press or to switch to the menu interfaces.

Press Esc to exit to the main menu interface.

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TABLE 12 DESCRIPTION OF P ARAMETER QUERY SUBMENU INTERFACE

Submenu Item

Description

1 Input V. & F.

 

225V/50.0Hz

AC input voltage (V) and frequency (Hz)

2 Output V. & F.

220V/50.0Hz

AC output voltage (V) and frequency (Hz)

3 Output Power

10kVA/7kW

Output apparent power (kVA) and master power (kW)

4 Load Percent

Load percent: ratio of the load power to the rated UPS output power

20%

5 Battery V.

 

241V

Battery voltage

6 Radiator Temp.

Radiator temperature

27

o C

7 Battery Ah

Battery capacity (to be set through Parameter Set menu

007Ah

8 Sync F. range

Synchronous frequency range (to be set through Parameter Set menu)

±2Hz

Setting Parameter The parameters. Parameter Set menu allows Chapter 4 - LCD Information Description the

Setting Parameter

The

parameters.

Parameter

Set

menu

allows

Chapter 4 - LCD Information Description

the

user

to

set

the

UPS

4 - LCD Information Description the user to set the UPS Caution: Parameter Set applies to

Caution:

Parameter Set applies to the system debugging (refer to ZXUPS S606/S610 (V1.1) Uninterruptible Power Supply Installation Manual). Be cautious when using this menu to avoid system faults.

Figure 18 shows the operation related to the Parameter Set submenu interface. The system checks the password accuracy before accessing the Parameter Set submenu interface.

FIGURE 18 OPERATION OF “P ARAMETER SET

Press

n

n+1

Press

Parameter Set

Press Enter

Press Esc

1

Parameter Set

2

3

4

To Bypass

5 To Normal

6

New password

Battery test

Default Set

7 Neutral Alarm

8

Maintain

Press Enter

Press Esc

1

2

3

4

Output F. Sync F. Range

Battery Ah

Run Mode

Users are able to access the Parameter Set submenu interface only when a correct password is input. The Password interface is as

shown in Figure 19:

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FIGURE 19 P ASSWORD INTERFACE

Password: 0 0 0 0
Password:
0
0 0 0

The default password is “0000”. To enter “0000”, press Enter four times.

To enter a password other than “0000”:

1. Press or to modify the highlighted digit, and press Enter. If there is no need to modify the highlighted digit, press Enter to modify the next digit.

Pressing Enter automatically moves the cursor rightward; pressing Esc moves the cursor leftward. Keep pressing Esc to exit to the upper-level interface.

2. Repeat Step 1 to set the four numbers.

3. The system verifies the password. The user enters the first submenu interface if the password is correct, as shown in Figure 20 (if the password is incorrect, the LCD will display “Password Err.1”. The Parameter Set menu will be deactivated if an incorrect password is entered for three times. In this case, restart the UPS to activate the menu.)

FIGURE 20 1ST SUBMENU INTERFACE OF “PARAMETER SET

1 Parameter set 2 New password
1
Parameter set
2 New password

Operation instructions:

Press or to switch to the menu item. The serial number of the selected item is highlighted.

Press Enter to access the lower-level menu.

Press Esc to ext to the upper-level menu.

Chapter 4 - LCD Information Description Setting Output F. By default, the rated system input/output

Chapter 4 - LCD Information Description

Setting Output F.

By default, the rated system input/output frequency is 50 Hz. If the AC source frequency is 60 Hz, the output frequency must be set to 60 Hz through “1. Output F.”.

To set the output frequency to 60 Hz:

1. Select Parameter Set > 1 Parameter set > 1 Output F., as shown in Figure 21.

FIGURE 21 SELECTING “1 OUTPUT F.”

1 Output F.

2 Sync F. Range

2. Press Enter to access the 1 Output F. interface with 50 Hz highlighted, as shown in Figure 22.

FIGURE 22 “1 OUTPUT F.” INTERFACE

50 Hz

60 Hz

3. Press to move the cursor to 60 Hz, and press Enter.

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Setting Sync F. Range

2 Sync F. Range allows the user to set the input phase-locked frequency range. With the input/output frequency of 50 Hz as example, when 2 Sync F. Range is set to ±2 Hz, the input phase- locked frequency range is (50 ± 2) Hz.

When the input frequency is within the range (50 ± 5) Hz, the system compares bypass input frequency with phase-locked range, and determines the UPS operation mode accordingly.

If the bypass input frequency is within the phase-locked range (50 ± 2) Hz, the UPS works in line mode (synchronous), and the output frequency is the same with bypass input frequency.

If the bypass input frequency is over the phase-locked range (50 ± 2) Hz but below (50±5) Hz then, the UPS works in the line mode (asynchronous), and the output frequency is constantly (50 ± 0.1) Hz even if the bypass input frequency changes.

When the input frequency is over the range (50 ± 5) Hz, the UPS switches to the battery mode.

To set Synchronous frequency range:

1. Select Parameter Set > 1 Parameter set > 2 Sync F. Range, as shown in Figure 23.

FIGURE 23 SELECTING “2 SYNC F RANGE

1

Output F.

2
2

Sync F. Range

2. Press Enter to access the 2 Sync F. Range interface with ±2 Hz highlighted, as shown in Figure 24.

Chapter 4 - LCD Information Description F IGURE 24 “2 S YNC F. R ANGE

Chapter 4 - LCD Information Description

FIGURE 24 “2 SYNC F. RANGE” INTERFACE

±1 Hz

±2 Hz

3. Press to move the cursor to ±1 Hz, and press Enter.

▲ to move the cursor to ±1 Hz , and press Enter . Caution: Restart the

Caution:

Restart the UPS for the setting to take effect. Be cautious when modifying 2 Sync F. Range if the UPS is operating,

Setting Battery Ah

3 Battery Ah allows the user to set the battery capacity (Ah). The default value is “007 Ah”.

battery capacity (Ah). The default value is “007 Ah”. Caution: Set 3 Battery Ah consistent with

Caution:

Set 3 Battery Ah consistent with the actual battery capacity of the UPS. Otherwise, the system cannot reliably manage battery.

To set battery Ah:

1. Select Parameter Set > 1 Parameter set > 3 Battery Ah, as shown in Figure 25.

FIGURE 25 SELECTING “3 BATTERY AH

3

Battery Ah

4

Run Mode

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2. Press Enter to access the “3 Battery Ah” interface, with the first number highlighted, as shown in Figure 26.

FIGURE 26 “3 BATTERY AH” INTERFACE

0
0

0 7 Ah

3. Press or to modify the highlighted number, and press Enter/ press Enter to move the cursor to the next digit.

Pressing Enter automatically moves the cursor rightward; pressing Esc moves the cursor leftward. Keep pressing Esc to exit to the upper-level interface.

4. Repeat Step 3 to modify the three digits. Then the system saves the set parameter and exits to the upper-level menu.

Setting Running Mode

The default running mode is “Slave”.

For a single UPS system, the user does not need to change the running mode.

For a dual-UPS hot backup system, change the running mode of the master UPS to “Master”; do not change the running mode of the slave UPS.

Warning:

Warning:

A dual-UPS hot backup system has no output with the master UPS shut down if both the running modes of the master UPS and that of the slave UPS are set to “Slave”.

To set running mode: Chapter 4 - LCD Information Description 1. Select Parameter Set >

To set running mode:

Chapter 4 - LCD Information Description

1. Select Parameter Set > 1 Parameter set > 4 Run Mode, as shown in Figure 27.

FIGURE 27 SELECTING “4 RUN MODE

3 Battery Ah

4 Run Mode

2. Press Enter to access the “4 Run Mode” interface, with Slave highlighted, as shown in Figure 28.

FIGURE 28 “4 RUN MODE” INTERFACE

Slave

Master

3. Press to move the cursor to Master and press Enter.

▼ to move the cursor to Master and press Enter . Caution: Restart the UPS once

Caution:

Restart the UPS once the UPS is operating for the setting to take effect. Be cautious when modifying the 4 Run Mode.

Setting New Password

The default password to enter the Parameter Set menu is “0000”. It is recommended to change this password to prevent the UPS parameters from being changed.

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ZXUPS S606/S610 (V1.0) User Manual Caution: Please remember the new password for later operations .

Caution:

Please

remember

the

new

password

for

later

operations.

To set new password:

1. Select Parameter Set > 2 New Password, as shown in Figure

29.

FIGURE 29 SELECTING “2 NEW P ASSWORD

1 Parameter set 2 New password
1 Parameter set
2
New password

2. Press Enter to access the 2 New Password interface with the first number highlighted, as shown in Figure 30.

FIGURE 30 “2 NEW P ASSWORD” INTERFACE

Password: 0 0 0 0
Password:
0
0 0 0

3. Press or to modify the highlighted digit, and press Enter. Or press Enter to move the cursor to the next digit.

Pressing Enter automatically moves the cursor rightward; pressing Esc moves the cursor leftward. Keep pressing Esc to exit to the upper-level interface.

4. Repeat Step 3 to set the four digits. Then the system saves the new password and exits to the upper-level interface.

Chapter 4 - LCD Information Description Battery Test 3 Battery test is used to check

Chapter 4 - LCD Information Description

Battery Test

3 Battery test is used to check whether battery works normally in battery mode.

To perform battery test

1. Select Parameter Set > 3 Battery test, as shown in Figure 31.

FIGURE 31 SELECTING “3 BATTERY TEST

3 Battery test

4 To Bypass

2. Press Enter to start battery test.

Normally, the LCD displays the following interfaces in turn (refer to Figure 32). After a while, it will exit to the main menu.

FIGURE 32 BATTERY TEST INTERFACES WITH NORMAL BATTERY

Check Battery

test 10s,

test ok,

wait

wait

If battery is damaged, the LCD displays the following interfaces and exits to the main menu. In this case, the system generates an alarm, and “!” sign appears in the main menu interface.

FIGURE 33 BATTERY TEST INTERFACES WITH ABNORMAL BATTERY

Check Battery

test failure

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Switching to Bypass Mode and Invert Mode

4 To Bypass enables the UPS switch to the bypass mode and 5 To Normal enables the UPS switch to the line mode.

and 5 To Normal enables the UPS switch to the line mode. Warning: Only the 4

Warning:

Only the 4 To Bypass menu is allowed to be used in online maintenance. When the UPS works in the bypass mode, the bypass powers the load and the load may not be powered in case of mains failure. Be cautious when using this menu.

To make the UPS switch to bypass mode:

1. Select Parameter Set > 4 To Bypass, as shown in Figure 34.

FIGURE 34 SELECTING “4 TO BYPASS

3 Battery test 4 To Bypass
3
Battery test
4
To Bypass

2. Press Enter, and the UPS will switch to the bypass mode. Then the main interface will display “BYPASS MODE”.

To make the UPS switch to line mode:

1. Select Parameter Set > 5 To Normal, as shown in Figure 35.

FIGURE 35 SELECTING “5 TO NORMAL

5 To Normal 6 Default Set
5
To Normal
6
Default Set

2. Press Enter, and the UPS will switch to the main invert mode from the bypass mode. Then, the main interface will display “LINE MODE”.

Chapter 4 - LCD Information Description Restoring Default Settings 6 Default Set restores the default

Chapter 4 - LCD Information Description

Restoring Default Settings

6 Default Set restores the default parameter settings and 4 Run Mode remains unmodified. Restart the UPS for the default setting to take effect. The default parameter settings are shown in Table 13.

TABLE 13 DEFAULT P ARAMETER SETTINGS

Item

Modifiable?

Need to Restart UPS?

Default

1

Output F.

Yes

Yes

50 Hz

2

Sync F. Range

Yes

Yes

± 2 Hz

3

Battery Ah

Yes

No

007 Ah

4