UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SUPPLY Please complete the Extended Warranty Card supplied with this UPS and return it by prepaid mail to Toshiba. This activates the extended warranty. If additional information or technical assistance is required call Toshiba's marketing department toll free at (800) 231-1412 or write to: Toshiba International Corporation, 13131 W.
SECTION Disclaimer ... i Contents ... ii-iii Introduction ... iv General Safety Instructions ... v Important Safety Instructions ... vi-vii Product Description ... 1-1 Theory of Operation ...1-1 Application and Use ... 1-1 Power Backup... 1-1 Power Conditioning ... 1-1 Inspection/Storage/Disposal ...
INTRODUCTION Thank you for purchasing the 1500/1500 Plus Series UPS. This Series features the very latest state of the art microprocessor technology and also uses IGBT transistors for fast, high power and low noise PWM (pulse width modulation) switching. Also, the Plus Series features a low impedance transformer to provide isolation even during bypass operation.
GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Warnings in this manual appear in any of four ways: Danger - The danger symbol is a lightning bolt mark enclosed in a triangle which precedes the 3/16" high letters spelling the word "DANGER". The danger symbol is used to indicate imminently hazardous situations, locations, and conditions which, if not avoided, WILL result in death, serious injury, and/or severe property damage.
104 F (40 C). - The nominal battery voltage range is indicated in Section 5.6. - Servicing of the batteries should only be performed by a qualified Toshiba Representative who is knowledgeable of batteries and the required precautions. Keep unauthorized personnel away from batteries.
Installation and servicing of batteries should be performed by personnel WARNING knowledgeable of batteries and the required precautions. Keep unauthorized personnel away from the batteries. Proper maintenance to the battery system of this unit must be done by a WARNING qualified service technician, this is essential to the safety and reliability of your UPS system.
INSTRUCTIONS IMPORTANTES CONCERNANT CONSERVER CES INSTRUCTIONS Une battery peut présenter un risque de choc électrique, de brûlure par ATTENTION transfert d' énergie. Pour le remplacement, utiliser le même nombre de batteries du modéle ATTENTION suivant. Model Capacity 600 VA 800 VA 1000 VA ATTENTION L' élimination des batteries est règlementèe.
Application and Use Toshiba's 1500 and 1500 Plus Series of on-line uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems provide continuous computer-grade ac power in a compact, high performance, and energy efficient unit.
It is illegal to dump lead-acid batteries in landfills or to dispose of them improperly. Please help our Earth by contacting the environmental protection agencies in your area, the battery manufacturer, or call Toshiba toll-free at (800) 231-1412 for more information about recycling.
Precautions Installation Precautions (General) 1) Install the unit in a well ventilated location; allow at least 10 cm (4 inches) on all sides for air ventilation and for maintenance. 2) Install the unit in a stable, level, and upright position which is free of vibration. 3) Install the unit where the ambient temperature is within the correct operating range (see Specifications Section 4.0).
Precautions Prestart Precautions 1) Before connecting the UPS to a power source; move the operation switch (STOP/RUN), on the front panel (See sections 9.1), to the STOP position. Operating Precautions 1) The UPS should not be powered up until the entire operation manual has been reviewed.
Automatic bypass is provided when the run switch is in the stop position, if a fault occurs, or if an overload occurs (transfer time is approximately 4 msec) See section 6.0 for details. Contact Toshiba for details on this option Contact Toshiba for details on this option 4 - 1 UE1E1E010-5M 1000 VA (0.7 kW)
Automatic bypass is provided when the run switch is in the stop position, if a fault occurs, or if an overload occurs (transfer time is approximately 4 mS) See section 6.0 for details. Contact Toshiba for details on this option Contact Toshiba for details on this option 4 - 2...
(Vmin). On the front panel, LED's labeled “AC Input” and “Fault” should be off. The “On Line” and “Backup” LED’s should be on (See Section 9.2 Panel Layout). Bypass circuit *Isolation only for 1500 plus series (600VA) main circuit Output...
Bypass circuit series (600VA) main circuit Rectifier/ Inverter Charger/ Chopper Batteries Current Limit Overheating Overload 5 - 2 for 1500 plus receptacles (rear panel) Output Transformer IEC-320 = power flow *Isolation only for 1500 plus series (600VA) Output Output Output...
Operating the UPS Operation Monitoring 5.3.1 Visual Indicator Functions The following LED (light emitting diode) indicators are located on the front panel (see Section 9.2 "Panel Layout"). Refer to these lamps for visual information about the operating condition of the UPS (see Section 5.3.3 "Visual and Audible Indicator Function Chart").
Operating the UPS Front Panel Layout ON LINE (green lamp) Lights green when the UPS’s inverter is supplying power to the load. AC INPUT (green lamp) Lights green when normal ac input power is being supplied to the UPS Unit. FAULT (red lamp) Lights red when the UPS unit has tripped in the fault mode.
Operating the UPS (Cont'd) Battery Recharging The graph below shows the typical voltage requirements for recharging the UPS unit's batteries. Current Voltage 0.4 amp (A) Vmax. Vmin. The recharge process usually consists of three periods. During the first period, the current is maintained at approximately 0.4 amperes.
Operating the UPS Battery Backup Time The UPS unit's batteries provide about 5-12 minutes of back-up time depending on the capacity of the UPS. These times are valid when a unit is operating under full load. When the units are operating at half load, the batteries can power the load equipment about 3 times longer.
RS-232C communication port. The Dry Contact interface is available as open or closed contacts. An adapter is available from Toshiba for splitting the RS-232C and Dry Contact interfaces into two separate DB9 connectors. Contact Toshiba for more information on this option.
UPS Control Interface RS-232C Serial Communication Interface The available data from the UPS, via RS-232C communication, is shown below: Operating conditions UPS operating status (described as ‘yes’ or ‘no’) 'Fault’ details (described as ‘occurred’ or ‘not occurred’) 6.2.1 UPS Shutdown (via RS-232C) When the UPS is operating from its internal batteries, a ‘shutdown’...
Toshiba service representative. Resonance with load Remove load equipment equipment one piece at a time. Chopper fault Contact your Toshiba service representative. Check for airflow Cooling fan outage or restriction. If none is closed cooling airflow found, contact your path Toshiba service representative.
Input overcurrent UPS system error = Flashing LED Fatal Fault Mode Display Chart Probable cause Inverter fault Chopper fault Chopper fault Trouble with the control = Steady-lit LED 7 - 2 Corrective action Contact your Toshiba service representative.
Preventive and Scheduled Maintenance/Parts Replacement Preventive Maintenance Toshiba's 1500 and 1500 Plus Series of uninterruptible power systems have been designed to provide years of trouble-free operation requiring a minimum of preventive maintenance. The best preventive measure that the UPS user can take is to keep the area around the unit, particularly the air inlet vents, clean and free of moisture and dust accumulations.
Preventive and Scheduled Maintenance/Parts Replacement Fuse Rating Chart The following chart shows the recommended fuses for all UPS sizes. Model 600 VA 800 VA 1000 VA Fuse rating Amp rating Fuse model no. 15.0A Bussmann MDL-8 15.0A Bussmann MDL-8 15.0A Bussmann MDL-8 8 - 2...
External Dimensions/Shipping Weights/Panel Layout External Dimensions 8.00 Overload On Line AC Input Fault Backup Replace Battery 1 5 0 0 SERIES 1 0 0 0 V A O N - L I N E U P S Front View Input power cord connector Run/Stop switch.