Sign in today to find solutions:

Don't have an account? Sign up

American Power Conversion 400V Operation Manual

American power conversion operation manual power supply 400v.

 
Smart Distribution
Panel with ATS
InfraStruXure Power
Generation System
400V
Operation Manual
Next page ->

Summary of Contents

  • Page 1

    Smart Distribution Panel with ATS InfraStruXure Power Generation System 400V Operation Manual...

  • Page 2

    This manual is available in English on the enclosed CD. Uživatelská pøíruèka v èeštinì je k dispozici na pøiloženém CD. Dieses Handbuch ist in Deutsch auf der beiliegenden CD-ROM verfügbar. Deze handleiding staat in het Nederlands op de bijgevoegde cd. Este manual está...

  • Page 3

    About This Manual Audience This manual is intended for end-users of the InfraStruXure Smart Distribution Panel with ATS. It provides important safety warnings and instructions, an overview of the ATS components, a detailed discussion of the ATS display interface, instructions on how to add components to the ATS, product and warranty information, and technical specifications.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents Safety ...1 Overview ......... 1 Save these instructions Safety symbols used in this manual Cross-reference symbols used in this manual...

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    ATS Component Details ......15 Motorized switches Automatic operation control panel User connection plate ATS monitoring unit .

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Testing ......... . 39 View Test Log Run/View Test Test Schedule...

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    How to Access the ATS Network Management Interface..57 Web interface Telnet and SSH ........58 SNMP .

  • Page 9

    Appendix A: Custom Installations ...83 If Source 2 is a Second Mains Connection ....83 If Source 2 is a Generator that is Not an APC InfraStruXure Generator ....84 Smart Distribution Panel with ATS...

  • Page 11: Safety, Overview, Save These Instructions, Safety Symbols Used In This Manual

    Safety Overview Save these instructions This manual contains important instructions that must be followed during installation, operation, and maintenance of the Smart Distribution Panel with ATS. Safety symbols used in this manual Indicates an electrical hazard, which, if not avoided, could result in injury or death.

  • Page 12: Read These Instructions

    Warnings Read these instructions Note The components in the InfraStruXure Power Generation System and UPS power distribution system can pose life-threatening danger when improperly installed, operated, or maintained. To prevent accidents, be aware of the dangers and act safely. Read and follow all of the safety instructions and warnings in this manual and in all of your component manuals.

  • Page 13: Wire Sizing, Installation, Total Power Off Procedure, Operating Environment

    Wire sizing Note This product and this manual were designed for the 250-amp ATS. All wiring recommendations were sized for this amperage in accordance with IEC 60364-5-52. This does not prevent you from using the ATS at a lower current with smaller wire sizes. If you decide to operate this ATS at a lower current, ensure that the wire sizes are in accordance with IEC 60364-5-52 or your national standard.

  • Page 15: Overview, Infrastruxure Power Generation System

    Overview InfraStruXure Power Generation System The InfraStruXure Power Generation System consists of a diesel-powered generator and a Smart Distribution Panel with ATS. The ATS is connected to mains (Source 1) and the generator (Source 2), with mains as the preferred source. The ATS is designed for the data center floor, which places the ATS and the power distribution closer to your data center equipment.

  • Page 16: Generation System Operates, Operation Of The Ats During A

    How the InfraStruXure Power Generation System Operates Operation of the ATS during a mains failure when automatic operation is enabled Typically, your data center equipment is powered by mains [Source 1] (  ), and the generator is off. When the Source 1 line quality is bad ( ...

  • Page 17

    Generator start sequence The generator start sequence is followed only if the Crank setting in the Operating Settings menu on the Generator Settings screen on the ATS display interface menu is set to Yes. If it is enabled, the following sequence will occur: After a start signal is initiated, either by the ATS or manually, and the generator battery is good, the generator engine will crank and the generator should start.

  • Page 18: Open And Closed Transfers

    Open and closed transfers When a transfer is not occurring, one switch is ON and the second switch is OFF. During a closed transfer, the second switch will turn ON before the first switch turns OFF, creating a brief period of time when both switches are ON. During an open transfer, the first switch will turn OFF before the second switch turns ON, creating a period of time when neither source is connected (neutral time).

  • Page 19: Fuel Monitoring/runtime Calculation

    Fuel monitoring/runtime calculation Fuel monitoring is a unique feature of the InfraStruXure Power Generation System. Fuel level is monitored at the generator (if purchased through APC) and load is measured at the ATS. These measurements are used to calculate runtime, as explained in the following paragraph. Fuel is monitored by a level sensor in the generator fuel tank (calibrated to the bottom of the fuel tank) that changes readings every 12.7 millimeters of fuel level change.

  • Page 21: Smart Distribution Panel With Ats, Front View, Door Closed

    Smart Distribution Panel with ATS Front view, door closed  Twenty knockouts are provided on the roof, the sides, and on the floor of the ATS for running mains and generator conductors and for distributing power to equipment in your data center. Connecting cable to the ATS does not require drilling;...

  • Page 22: Front View, Door Open

    Front view, door open  The deadfront provides access to the panel board for maintenance and wiring.  The Source 1 input is controlled by the Source 1 motorized switch. See “Motorized switches” on page 15 for more information on the operation of this switch.

  • Page 23: Ats Panel Board, Left Side

     The Source 1 control transformer outputs AC power to the Source 1 motorized switch, and the ATS monitoring unit. The transformer steps down 400V input.  The communication converter allows the generator and ATS to communicate.  The ATS has several monitoring boards that report to a central board assembly located in the ATS monitoring unit.

  • Page 24: Ats Panel Board, Right Side

     The Source 2 control transformer outputs AC power to the Source 2 motorized switch. The transformer steps down 400V input to the 120V required by the motor actuator.  Control power from Source 2 is supplied...

  • Page 25: Ats Component Details, Motorized Switches

    ATS Component Details Motorized switches  When the motorized switch is in the OFF prevention lock for added safety.  The operating lever key is provided in the hardware bag with the ATS. Use the key during manual operation of the switch to easily control the operating lever. Do NOT operate the motorized switches without following the instructions in “Emergency Manual Operation”...

  • Page 26

    Automatic operation control panel For a discussion of Automatic Operation of the InfraStruXure Power Generation System, see “Automatic Operation” on page 19.  The Not in Automatic Operation LED is lit when the ATS is NOT in automatic operation, typically when the automatic operation switch is in the Disable position.

  • Page 27: Ats Monitoring Unit

    ATS monitoring unit  The EPO Armed LED is green when the rocker is in the Armed position. The LED is dark when the rocker is in the Test position.  The EPO Tripped LED is red when the EPO switch is engaged (the EPO button is pressed), regardless of the state of the EPO Arm/Test rocker.

  • Page 28: Ats Label Kit

    ATS label kit ATS Label—Place this label on the outside of the ATS enclosure to identify the ATS, and to associate it with the appropriate source 1 and source 2. Source Label—Use a Source 1 label at the primary mains breaker to identify the ATS that it is connected to.

  • Page 29: Operation, Automatic Operation, Generation System In Automatic Operation

    Operation Automatic Operation How to place the InfraStruXure Power Generation System in automatic operation 1. Ensure that mains is available. The generator will be signaled to start if mains is not available. 2. Ensure that the  /Manual/Auto switch on the generator control panel is in the Auto position. 3.

  • Page 30

    How to reset automatic operation on the ATS and on the generator Resetting automatic operation on the ATS. If the Not in Automatic Operation LED is lit and the Automatic Operation switch is in the Enable position, you need to reset automatic operation after the event that caused this condition has been corrected.

  • Page 31: Problem—loss Of Automatic Operation

    Problem—loss of automatic operation Typically, the Not In Automatic Operation LED tracks the state of the Automatic Operation switch (i.e., the LED is lit when the Automatic Operation switch is in the Disable position). If the Not In Automatic Operation LED is lit while the Automatic Operation switch is in the position, check messages on the display interface to determine the cause—one of the following conditions exist: 1.

  • Page 32: Emergency Manual Operation, Warning—before You Operate The Ats Manually

    Emergency Manual Operation Warning—before you operate the ATS manually The procedures in this section only apply to situations where automatic operation through the ATS is impossible. One example of such a situation is if the ATS monitoring unit were not functioning. If automatic operation through the ATS is impossible, and you must power your load from the generator, follow the instructions in “How to power the load from the generator”...

  • Page 33: How To Power The Load From The Generator

    How to power the load from the generator 1. Place the ATS Automatic Operation switch in the Disable position. 2. Ensure that the Source 2 switch on the ATS is OFF (  ). 3. At the generator: a. Place the ...

  • Page 34

    5. Turn the Source 2 switch to ON (  ): a. Set the selector switch on the Source 2 switch to Manual. The operating lever will swing out when the selector switch is in Manual. b. Turn the Source 2 switch clockwise to ON (  ). You can use the operating lever key (provided), for easier operation.

  • Page 35: How To Return To Powering The Load From Mains

    How to return to powering the load from mains 1. Ensure that the ATS Automatic Operation switch is in the Disable position. 2. Ensure that the Source 1 switch on the ATS is OFF (  ). 3. Turn the Source 2 switch on the ATS to OFF (  ): a.

  • Page 36

    5. Turn off the generator by following this procedure: a. Ensure that the switch on the generator control panel is in the Manual position. b. Press the Manual Run/Stop button on the generator control panel. Pressing this button causes the generator to complete its normal shutdown sequence.

  • Page 37: Total Power Off

    Total Power Off To reduce risk of electric shock or injury to persons, disconnect all sources of supply before servicing by following this procedure: 1. Set the ATS Automatic Operation switch to Disable. 2. Set the Source 1 switch on the ATS to OFF (  ): a.

  • Page 38

    3. Set the Source 2 switch on the ATS to OFF (  ): a. Set the selector switch on the Source 2 switch to Manual. The operating lever will swing out when the selector switch is in Manual. b. Turn the Source 2 switch counterclockwise to OFF (  ). You can use the operating lever key (provided), for easier operation.

  • Page 39: Display Interface, Overview

    Display Interface Overview You can use the display interface to configure settings, set alarm thresholds, and provide audible and visual alarms.      Load On LED  Check Log LED  Gen Set On LED  Alarm LED ...

  • Page 40: Top-level Status Screens, Top-level Menu Screen

    Top-level status screens After start-up, a the interface displays a brief introduction screen and then scrolls automatically and continuously through five screens of basic status information. Press the Up and Down arrow keys to interrupt the automatic scrolling to view a specific status screen. Source: S1-Utility S1: Ok S2: OFF...

  • Page 41: Navigating Through Screens, Password-protected Screens

    Navigating through screens To open any screen, press the Up and Down arrow keys until the selector arrow (  desired selection. Press the Load-Meter ATS/Voltage Generator Testing When configuring settings, press the Up and Down arrow keys until the selector arrow (  change, and press the NTER an input arrow ( ...

  • Page 42: Load-meter, Total Load By Phase, Total Load Summary, Power Factor

    Load-Meter Total Load by Phase Total Load Summary Power Factor Sub-Feed Monitoring Total Load by Phase For each phase (L1, L2, L3) the following information is displayed: The apparent power provided, in kilovolt amps. Iout The output %LD The load as a percentage of the maximum allowable load. Total Load Summary For the total load supported, the following information is displayed: The active power drawn by the load, in kilowatts.

  • Page 43: Ats/voltage, Ats Position, S1-utility

    ATS/Voltage ATS Position: S1 S1-Utility: OK S2-Generator: OFF ATS Setup ATS Position One of the following options is displayed to describe the selected source: The Source 1 switch is ON (closed). Source 1 is connected to the output. The Source 2 switch is ON (closed). Source 2 is connected to the output. NEUT The Source 1 and Source 2 switches are OFF (open).

  • Page 44: S2-generator

    S2-Generator One of the following is displayed to describe the condition of the input from Source 2. Source 2 is acceptable, as defined in the Transfer Points menu. (The generator is running.) The generator is not running. Source 2 is not acceptable, as defined in the Transfer Points menu, while the ATS is commanding the generator to run.

  • Page 45: Ats Setup

    ATS Setup Press the key when the selector arrow rests at the ATS Setup item to change the following settings: NTER Transfer Points The point, when sensing the voltage, that you would transfer to the other source. Based on voltage and frequency. •...

  • Page 46

    ATS Blocking • Transfer Blocking: Defines conditions that will prevent the ATS from transferring from Source 1 to Source 2. The following is displayed on the Transfer Blocking screen: – Block Transfer: Lists configured input contacts that keep a transfer from occurring. –...

  • Page 47: Generator

    Generator Generator Status Fuel & Runtime Statistics & Maint. Generator Settings Generator Status The following items are available on this menu: Generator Status One of the following conditions is displayed to describe the Gen State: • Off: The generator is not running. •...

  • Page 48

    Date that the generator was assembled at the factory. Generator model number from Cummins The serial number of the generator. Nominal input voltage (400V). Nominal frequency setting of the alternator output (50Hz). The power rating of the generator (88kW, 131kW, 182kW).

  • Page 49: Testing, View Test Log, Run/view Test

    Testing View Test Log Run/View Test Test Schedule Test Duration View Test Log Displays all logged test results in a scrolling list. For each item in the list, the screen lists the Gen Start test and the Load Test results with a date and time stamp of when the test occurred. Run/View Test Use this menu to run a test now, or to view a test that is in progress.

  • Page 50: Test Schedule, Test Duration

    Test Schedule Use this menu to schedule a test in the future. Define Schedule Set the test schedule by changing the following parameters: • Gen Start: Choose when to perform a • Day: The choices for Day depend on the •...

  • Page 51: How A Test Occurs

    Display Interface How a test occurs When a test is not in progress, the ATS is waiting for a test to occur. You initiate a test by scheduling a test on the Test Schedule screen on the display interface, or by starting a test immediately through the Run/View Test screen on the display interface.

  • Page 52: Stats

    Stats Statistics: 00 of 00 Name of statistic here XX,XXXX Reset Reset All Scroll through a list of items that accumulate after the statistics record is reset, including: Reset Reset All • Open Xfer Count: The number of open transfers since this statistic was reset. •...

  • Page 53: Alarms, View Active Alarms, Alarm/event Log, Alarm Setup

    Alarms View Active Alarms Alarm/Event Log Alarm Setup Alarm Beeper View Active Alarms View a list of all alarms that exist presently. When an alarm is present, the ATS display interface Alarm LED is red. Choosing this option to View Active Alarms turns the LED off. Alarm/Event Log The following items are available on this menu: New Logged Items...

  • Page 54: Alarm Beeper, Clearing Latched Alarms

    Fuel Alarm Limits Low Fuel Alarms: • Percent Fill: If the amount of fuel as a percentage falls below this value, an alarm • Runtime: If the estimated runtime falls below this value, an alarm condition Other Limits Other Limits: •...

  • Page 55: Config, System/network

    Config System/Network Contacts & Relays Sub-Feed Config. Electrical Config. Factory Defaults Manufacturer Data System ID Firmware Updates System/Network The following items are available on this menu: System Password • Password: Change the system password required to access protected screens and •...

  • Page 56

    Contacts & Relays The ATS can monitor external contact closure events. Possible applications include the following: • Magnetic contact switches • Window foil • Tamper switches • Heat detectors You can set input contacts to cause alarm conditions based on their current state and a user-defined normal state.

  • Page 57: Electrical Config, Factory Defaults, Manufacturer Data, System Id, Firmware Updates

    Electrical Config The following items are available on this menu: Voltage The input voltage rating for the ATS. Switch Rating The amperage rating of the ATS. Frequency The frequency rating of the ATS. DC Backup Whether the ATS monitoring unit is receiving back-up power from the generator battery.

  • Page 59: Communication Configuration, Ats Management Options, Overview, Infrastruxure Manager, Network Management Interfaces

    Communication Configuration ATS Management Options Overview You have two management options for the ATS. You can manage the ATS along with the rest of your InfraStruXure equipment through the InfraStruXure Manager (APC LAN), or you can manage your ATS through APC’s network management interfaces (User LAN). InfraStruXure Manager The InfraStruXure Manager is a rack-mount management device that coordinates the management functions of APC InfraStruXure-Certified devices installed in your data center.

  • Page 60: Configuring The Infrastruxure Manager

    Configuring the InfraStruXure Manager Connect the ATS to the InfraStruXure Manager 1. Connect a Cat-5 network cable to the surge-protected ethernet port on the ATS user connection plate. The arrow in the illustration below is pointing to the port. The figure on page 11 shows the location of the user connection plate on the roof of the ATS.

  • Page 61: Configuring The Ats Network Management Interface

    Configuring the ATS Network Management Interface Connect the ATS to your network 1. Connect a Cat-5 network cable to the surge-protected ethernet port on the ATS user connection plate. The arrow in the illustration below is pointing to the port. The figure on page 11 shows the location of the user connection plate on the roof of the ATS.

  • Page 62: Tcp/ip Configuration Methods

    Configuration overview You must configure the following TCP/IP settings before the ATS can operate on a network: • IP address of the ATS (only needed for manual address assignment) • Subnet mask • Default gateway If a default gateway is unavailable, use the IP address of a computer that is located on the same subnet as the ATS and that is usually running.

  • Page 63: Local Access To The Control Console

    BOOTP & DHCP configuration The Boot Mode setting, a TCP/IP option in the ATS’s Network menu, identifies how the TCP/IP settings will be defined. The possible settings are Manual, DHCP only, BOOTP only, and DHCP & BOOTP (the default setting). The DHCP &...

  • Page 64

    DHCP . You can use a RFC2131/RFC2132-compliant DHCP server to configure the TCP/IP settings for the ATS. This section briefly summarizes the ATS communication with a DHCP server. For more detail about how a DHCP server is used to configure the network settings for an ATS, see “DHCP Configuration”...

  • Page 65

    Local access to the control console You can use a local computer that connects to the ATS through the console port on the ATS monitoring unit to access the control console. If you are accessing the ATS on the local control console, you will not receive any information about the generator.

  • Page 66

    – LINUX command format: ping 156.205.14.141 -s 113 3. Use Telnet to access the ATS at its newly assigned IP address. For example: telnet 156.205.14.141 4. Use apc for both User Name and Password. 5. See “Control console” on this page to finish the configuration. Control console After you log on at the control console, as described in “Local access to the control console”...

  • Page 67: How To Access The Ats Network Management Interface, Web Interface

    How to Access the ATS Network Management Interface The procedures in this section apply if you want to access the ATS from the public LAN. If you want to access the ATS through the APC LAN, see the InfraStruXure Manager’s Installation and Quick-Start manual for information. Note Web interface As your browser, you can use Microsoft...

  • Page 68: Telnet And Ssh, Snmp

    Telnet and SSH You can access the control console through Telnet or Secure SHell (SSH), depending on which is enabled. (An Administrator can enable these access methods through the Telnet/SSH option of the Network menu.) By default, Telnet is enabled. Enabling SSH automatically disables Telnet. Telnet for basic access.

  • Page 69: Ftp And Scp

    FTP and SCP You can use FTP (enabled by default) or Secure CoPy (SCP) to transfer new firmware to the ATS, or to access a copy of the ATS’s event logs. SCP provides the higher security of encrypted data transmission and is enabled automatically when you enable SSH. If you enable SSL and SSH for their high-security authentication and encryption, disable FTP.

  • Page 70: How To Recover From A Lost Network Management Interface Password

    How to Recover From a Lost Network Management Interface Password Disregard the procedures in this section if you have the APC InfraStruXure Manager as part of your system. See the InfraStruXure Manager’s Installation and Quick-Start manual for information on recovering from a lost password. Note 1.

  • Page 71: Customizing And Updating The Ats, Relay Outputs To The Ats, Overview

    Customizing and Updating the ATS How to Connect User Input Contacts and Relay Outputs to the ATS Overview The ATS can monitor external contact closure events. Possible applications include the following: • Magnetic contact switches • Window foil • Tamper switches •...

  • Page 72: How To Connect Contacts To The Ats User Connection Plate

    How to connect contacts to the ATS user connection plate To connect and monitor your contacts: 1. Choose one or more contact numbers on the user connection plate to which you will connect the contacts. (The user connection plate is connected to the User/EPO port on the ATS monitoring unit.) 2.

  • Page 73: How To Connect An Epo Switch To The Ats, Overview

    How to Connect an EPO Switch to the ATS If you do not connect an EPO switch to the ATS, make sure to set the ATS Arm/Test rocker on the ATS monitoring unit to Test. Note Overview Connecting the switch. The Emergency Power Off (EPO) switch connects to the ATS user connection plate.

  • Page 74: Connect An Epo Switch To The

    Connect an EPO switch to the user connection plate and test the switch 1. Connect the switch to the EPO connection point terminals located on the bottom side of the ATS user connection plate. Read the label next to the terminal block to determine which terminals to connect to for the signal type you are using: –...

  • Page 75

    3. Test the EPO switch to ensure that it is wired and working correctly: a. Place the Arm/Test rocker switch on the ATS monitoring unit in the Test position. The EPO state LEDs will be off and the ATS display interface will show the following alarm (in addition to any other active alarms): b.

  • Page 76

    Safety warnings This Smart Distribution Panel with ATS is provided with an Emergency Power Off switch connection. When this EPO switch is energized, electrical power to the units are de-engergized and the system will not transfer to on-battery operation. EPO can be achieved with either a contact closure or application of an external 24 VAC or 24 VDC from a SELV or PELV source.

  • Page 77: How To Allow Easy Access To The Ats Display Interface

    How to Allow Easy Access to the ATS Display Interface The front door of the ATS has a Plexiglas plate protecting access to the switches, circuit breakers, and the display interface. If you want to prevent access to the display interface through the opening in the front door, you can place the rectangle of Plexiglas (included) over the opening to cover the display interface.

  • Page 78: Circuit Breakers To The Ats, Output Distribution Circuit Breakers Available From Apc

    How to Add Sub-Feed Output Distribution Circuit Breakers to the ATS Only a certified electrician can add sub-feed output distribution breakers to the ATS. Elec tric al Output distribution circuit breakers available from APC Part Number Description PG1P15AT1B 15A, single-pole breaker, T1 frame PG1P20AT1B 20A, single-pole breaker, T1 frame PG1P25AT1B...

  • Page 79: Determine The Configuration Of The Panel

    Customizing and Updating the ATS Determine the configuration of the panel Before you begin installing circuit breakers on the ATS distribution panel, be sure that you have enough space on the panel for the breakers that you want to install. Use the information in the diagrams below to determine the final configuration of the panel.

  • Page 80: Preparing The Breakers For Installation

    Preparing the breakers for installation Before installing the breakers on the ATS panel board, follow the steps in this section for the breaker you are installing. The parts that are identified in the illustrations below are included with your circuit breaker kit.

  • Page 81: Parts And Tools Needed For Installation Procedures

    Parts and tools needed for installation procedures Tools required Phillips screwdriver Allen key T25 Torx driver T1, three-pole breaker assembly T1, three-pole module T1, three-pole breakers M4×70 screws and washers Breaker brackets M6×12 Torx screws M4×70 screws and washers All parts needed for installation procedures are included with the circuit breaker kits.

  • Page 82: Installing Breakers On The Ats Panel Board

    Installing breakers on the ATS panel board This procedure shows the installation of the T1, three-pole breaker assembly on a 250A ATS panel board. The steps are identical for installing the T1 single-pole and T3 three-pole breakers. 1. Attach the module to the ATS panel board Allen key ...

  • Page 83: How To Update Ats Firmware, Upgrading The Ats Control Processor

    How to Update ATS Firmware The InfraStruXure Smart Distribution Panel with ATS requires multiple files to be downloaded to update the firmware. Be sure to select all relevant files from the APC website for download, and repeat this procedure for each of the firmware files. This section describes the instructions for upgrading the ATS control processor firmware through the display interface, and how to download ATS firmware updates from a local computer.

  • Page 84: Downloading Firmware Updates From A Local Computer

    Downloading firmware updates from a local computer 1. Select a serial port at the local computer, and disable any service that uses that port. 2. Use the configuration cable to connect the selected port to the console port on the ATS monitoring unit.

  • Page 85: Specifications

    Specifications Smart Distribution Panel with ATS Electrical Current Rating Voltage Class Voltage Available Rated Insulation Voltage (U Rated Impulse Voltage (U Maximum Power Frequency Conditional Short Circuit Current (Icc) Rated Peak Withstand Current (I ATS Main Protection ATS Switched Poles EPO Connection EPO Operation Output Distribution...

  • Page 86

    Physical Enclosure Access Control Installation and Wiring Mains Input Connection Type Size of upstream mains circuit breaker † Recommended wire size Recommended protective earth size Generator Input Connection Type Size of generator output breaker † Recommended wire size Recommended protective earth size Supply to Generator Heater and Charger †...

  • Page 87

    Environmental Operating Temperature Range Operating Relative Humidity Operating Elevation Storage Temperature Range Storage Relative Humidity Storage Elevation Compliance Safety Emissions Immunity –5 to 40°C; The average temperature over a 24-hour period should not exceed 35°C. 5 to 95%, non-condensing 0 to 2000m –25 to 55°C;...

  • Page 89: Warranty, Life-support Policy, And Service, Warranty

    Warranty, Life-Support Policy, and Service Warranty APC warrants that all components of the InfraStruXure system will be free from defect in material and workmanship for a period of two years from the date of start up when start up has been performed by APC authorized service personnel*.

  • Page 90

    Warranty, Life-Support Policy, and Service THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, BY OPERATION OF LAW OR OTHERWISE, OF PRODUCTS SOLD, SERVICED, OR FURNISHED UNDER THIS AGREEMENT OR IN CONNECTION HEREWITH. APC DISCLAIMS ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, SATISFACTION AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

  • Page 91: Life-support Policy

    Life-Support Policy As a general policy, American Power Conversion Corporation and its affiliates and subsidiaries worldwide (APC) do not recommend the use of any of its products in life support applications where failure or malfunction of the APC product can be reasonably expected to cause failure of the life support device or to significantly affect its safety or effectiveness.

  • Page 92: Service

    Service How to contact APC Customer support for this or any other APC product is available at no charge in any of the following ways: • Visit the APC Web site to access documents in the APC Knowledge Base and to submit customer support requests.

  • Page 93

    Appendix A: Custom Installations If Source 2 is a Second Mains Connection Differences in your system from information presented in this manual This manual assumes that Source 2 is an APC InfraStruXure Generator. If you have a secondary mains connected to the ATS, some of the information in this manual will not apply to your system. Because your system does not have a generator, any reference to “generator”...

  • Page 94

    If Source 2 is a Generator that is Not an APC InfraStruXure Generator Differences in your system from information presented in this manual This manual assumes that Source 2 is an APC InfraStruXure Generator. If you have a generator other than an APC InfraStruXure generator, some of the information in this manual will not apply to your system.

  • Page 95

    Index Access panel, on panel board Accessing the display interface Agency approvals Alarm beeper Alarm LED Alarm/event log Alarms clearing latched configuring limits – viewing active Alarms screen – Allow closed setting Arm/Test rocker switch Armed LED ATS product description –...

  • Page 96

    Generator status, where displayed Generator, non-APC Get set on LED Handle, on panel board Humidity, for operation InfraStruXure manager connecting and configuring overview Input contacts configuring connecting to the ATS – where connected Inspection warnings Installation specifications Installation warnings Interference, radio frequency IP configuration wizard Keys (navigation and operational), on display interface...

  • Page 97

    SNMP, for accessing the ATS Source 1 control transformer, location of Source 1 current transformer, location of Source 1 fuse block, location of Source 1 input switch, location Source 1 lamp, location of Source 1 motorized switch, location Source 2 if it is a utility mains connection if it is not an APC ISX...

  • Page 99

    Radio Frequency Interference Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment. Note This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment, the product may cause radio interference, in which case, the user may be required to take adequate measures.

  • Page 100

    Contact the representative or other distributor from whom you purchased your Entire contents © 2005 American Power Conversion. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part without permission is prohibited. APC, the APC logo, and InfraStruXure are trademarks of American Power Conversion Corporation and may be registered in some jurisdictions.

Comments to this Manuals

Symbols: 0

Latest comments:

×

Select the desired size and copy embed code

Copy your embed code and put on your site: