OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Protect B.PRO Protect B. 750 PRO Protect B.1000 (BP) PRO Protect B.1400 PRO Protect B.1800 (BP) PRO Protect B.2300 PRO Protect B.3000 (BP) PRO...
Thank you for purchasing the Protect B. PRO UPS from AEG Power Solutions. The following safety precautions are an important part of these operating instructions. They are designed to help you avoid problems caused by operating errors and to protect you against any possible hazards.
Notes on these Operating Instructions Duty to provide information These operating instructions are designed to help you properly and safely install and operate the following Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) systems: the Protect B.750 PRO, Protect B.1000 PRO, Protect B.1400 PRO, Protect B.1800 PRO, Protect B.2300 PRO or Protect B.
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Table of Contents Notes on these Operating Instructions ......... 4 General Information ............8 Brief overview .............. 8 System description ............9 Technical data ............11 Safety Regulations ............16 General safety precautions ........16 Safety precautions for Protect B. PRO ...... 16 CE certificate ..............
7.2.3 Indicators ( LED indicators ) ......34 7.2.4 Liquid crystal display .......... 34 7.2.5 Abbreviation index ..........36 7.2.6 Audible signals ........... 36 UPS operating states ..........37 UPS settings ............. 38 Interfaces and Communication ........40 Computer interfaces RS232 and USB ...... 40 Communication slot ..........
General Information The Protect B.PRO is an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) for important electrical loads such as personal computers, workstations, servers, network compo- nents, telecommunication equipment and similar electrical loads. The Protect B. PRO series is a compact, interactive, sinusoidal- type UPS available with output power ratings of 750, 1000, 1400, 1800, 2300 and 3000 VA.
Features of Protect B. PRO: VI (line-interactive) protection technology with sinusoidal output voltage Microprocessor control for high reliability and optimum control behaviour Overload, short-circuit proof Operator-friendly LCD (liquid crystal display) for easier readability / configuration State-of-the-art battery management with temperature- compensated charging characteristics and integrated protection against deep discharging and overcharging Maintenance-free, sealed lead-acid battery system,...
Under continuous mains undervoltage or overvoltage within defined ranges, the automatic voltage regulation (AVR) provides additional stabilisation of the electrical load voltage. Voltage fluctuations of the public mains are thus damped to a level acceptable for the electrical loads. This occurs without accessing the internal power reserves, which in turn has a positive effect on battery availability.
Technical data Type rating Protect B. 750 PRO 750 VA (cos = 0.9 lag.) 675 W Protect B. 1000 PRO 1000 VA (cos = 0.9 lag.) 900 W Protect B. 1400 PRO 1400 VA (cos = 0.9 lag.) 1260 W Protect B.
Rated output current (at 230 Vac) Protect B. 750 PRO 3.2 A Protect B. 1000 PRO 4.3 A Protect B. 1400 PRO 6.1 A Protect B. 1800 PRO 7.8 A Protect B. 2300 PRO 10.0 A Protect B. 3000 PRO 13.0 A...
Rated direct current (intermediate circuit) Protect B. 750 PRO 24 V Protect B. 1000 PRO 24 V Protect B. 1400 PRO 48 V Protect B. 1800 PRO 48 V Protect B. 2300 PRO 72 V Protect B. 3000 PRO 72 V Trickle charge voltage 2.28 Vdc/cell (25 °C preset)
Efficiency B. 750 PRO > 97% / > 90% / > 83% with a 50-100% load B. 1000 PRO > 97% / > 90% / > 83% (ECO / AVR / battery mode) B. 1400 PRO > 97% / > 90% / > 85% B.
Weight (net/gross) Protect B. 750 PRO 14.6 kg / 18.0 kg Protect B. 1000 PRO 15.1 kg / 18.5 kg Protect B. 1000 BP PRO 15.9 kg / 19.1 kg Protect B. 1400 PRO 23.8 kg / 27.3 kg Protect B. 1800 PRO 24.9 kg / 28.4 kg...
Safety Regulations General safety precautions Read these operating instructions before commissioning the USV Protect B. PRO for the first time and comply with the safety precautions! The device may only be used in technically fault-free condition, as intended and in a safety-conscious manner in compliance with operating instructions!
The output can be energised even if the UPS is not connected to the mains supply, as the UPS has its own internal power supply (battery)! For reasons of personal protection, the device must be properly earthed! The Protect B. PRO may only be connected to 220 / 230 / 240 V AC mains with protective earthing with a VDE-tested mains connection cable with protective earthing conductor (included in the scope of supply).
If the UPS is brought from a cold environment into the room where it will be set up, condensation may occur. In such cases, allow the device to acclimatise for at least 2 hours. The UPS must be completely dry before it may be commissioned.
When replacing the batteries, heed the following: Use only identical, maintenance-free, closed lead batteries with the same specifications as the original batteries. Pre-wired replacement battery kits which are ready for connection are available at your specialist dealer. Risk of explosion! Do not throw batteries into an open fire.
Installation Unpacking and checking The device has been fully tested and checked. Although the packing and shipping of the device are done with the usual care, transport damage cannot be fully ruled out. Transport damage claims are to be lodged with the transport company! For this reason check the shipping container for damage upon receipt.
Please report any deviations to our hotline (see Page 5). The original packing materials provide effective protection against impacts and should be retained to ensure secure transport at a later date. To rule out the risk of suffocation, keep the plastic packaging bags out of the reach of babies and children.
Installation in a 19" rack Install the drawers from your network cabinet manufacturer or the optional UPS rack rails from the AEG product line, preferably in the lower third of the cabinet. Take the cabinet's centre of gravity and sufficient fresh air supply into consideration here.
4.3.2 Set-up as an upright device (tower) Step 1: Step 2: Step 3: Press the round Rotate the display Press the display button located at the clockwise by 90°. back into its retainer bottom right. The in the position display is released shown below.
Overview of Connections, Controls and Display Components Front view UPS of the Protect B. PRO series Ext. battery expansion (BatteryPack) Protect B. BP PRO series Explanations: A UPS model series designation with power specification in VA B Hole for attachment of the name plate for tower setup C Ventilation grate (do not block) The connections of the integrated battery systems are located behind the respective front panels.
Rear view (connections) 13 12 11 10 Rear view Protect B.750 PRO / B.1000 PRO / B.1400 PRO / B.1800 PRO Rear view Protect B.2300 PRO / B.3000 PRO Rear view Protect B.1000 BP PRO / B.1800 BP PRO / B.3000 BP PRO...
Explanations: 1 Mains connection (UPS input) 2 Resettable mains input automatic fuse 3 Manageable UPS outputs, i.e. electrical load connections which can be influenced via the UPS operator panel and/or the software 4 Electrical load connections (UPS outputs) for critical loads with the highest priority, continuously supplied directly from the UPS (not manageable) 5 Electrical load connection with the option of full power...
Electrical Connection Internal battery contact connection 1. Ensure that the UPS is de-energised and that no mains connection cables are plugged in. 2. Now grasp the left and right sides below the front panel and pull the front panel out toward the front. The lock will disengage...
External battery unit contact connection (Protect B.1000 PRO / B.1800 PRO / B.3000 PRO only) External battery expansions are connected from the back of the device. It is not necessary to open the front panel(s). Make sure that the external battery unit belongs to the accompanying UPS: Protect B.1000 PRO with Protect B.1000 BP PRO only Protect B.1800 PRO with Protect B.1800 BP PRO only Protect B.3000 PRO with Protect B.3000 BP PRO only...
Mains connection Compare the setting of the rated supply voltage of the UPS to the rated voltage applicable for your country. The ex-works presetting of the UPS output voltage is 230 V AC. Changes to 208 V AC, 220 V AC, 230 V AC or 240 V AC can be made via the operator panel.
Finally, check the firm seating of the wire jumpers attached in the Emergency Power Off plug and tighten the two external screws of the plug part (see also Page 26 Item 10). If you would like to use the emergency switch-off function, continue with Section 8.4 on Page 41.
UPS device at any time. If the device does become overloaded, however, "OVERLOAD" appears in the display and an audible tone is emitted. The connected electrical loads continue to be supplied with power for a specific period of time which depends on the severity of the overload, but the connected load must be reduced immediately.
Operator panel 7.2.1 Overview The panel is made up of three units: the liquid crystal display with black pictograms on a white background, the four buttons for menu navigation and mechanical enabling of the rotatable unit and, at the top, the three different UPS status display LEDs. 7.2.2 Operating buttons (navigation) The four buttons possess the following functions:...
This button is used to release the mechanical lock of the operator panel and thus permits the set-up-based display direction (rack or tower mode) 7.2.3 Indicators (LED indicators) Name Function Green Power On Power supply of the control unit is live, i.e.
Setup options Indicator in setup menu (see also Section 7.4, starting on Page 38) Displayed measured values The measured values for the following are displayed in sequence: Input voltage [V AC], input frequency [Hz], battery voltage [V DC], output voltage [V AC], output frequency [Hz], load [%] and internal UPS /battery temp.
Information on the battery system Bar graph for displaying the battery capacity: 0-25%, 26-50%, 51-75% and 76-100% Battery undervoltage indication Pictogram indicates a faulty/non-connected battery system 7.2.5 Abbreviation index Abbreviation Display Meaning Enable Disable Escape Emergency Power Off Temperature Charger 7.2.6 Audible signals Battery mode...
UPS operating states Mains mode Abbreviation for ECO mode "Efficiency Corrective Optimiser" In this operating mode (UPS input voltage below ± 10% of U ), the rated electrical loads are switched to direct mains supply to increase efficiency. With a fully- charged battery system, the UPS internal fan also stops.
UPS settings Parameter 1 Parameter 2 The two parameters of the UPS setup menu: Parameter 1: displays the currently selected menu item. 3 settings can be changed manually via the operator panel: UPS output voltage "01", activation or deactivation of a time-based manageable output socket group "02"...
Procedure for programming the manageable outputs Step 1: First set the UPS to the so-called standby operating mode, i.e. if the UPS was just in operation, switch it off. ATTENTION: Your connected electrical loads are de-energised by this! Also ensure that the internal/external battery's contacts were connected properly.
The interface protocol is designed for operation with the shutdown and UPS management software "CompuWatch" from AEG. To connect your UPS to the PC, use the RS232 or USB communication cable included with the delivery.
The "CompuWatch" shutdown software supports various operating systems, incl. Windows 98/ME, Windows NT/2000/XP, Windows Vista/7, Linux SUSE, Linux RedHat, Novell Netware, IBM AIX, HP-UX, SUN Solaris, Mac OS X etc. Sample screen from "CompuWatch" Details on installation under the various operating systems can be found in the manual on the CD.
Note: After activating the emergency switch-off, the outputs of the UPS are de-energised. Only after acknowledgement/resetting emergency switch-off mechanism and manual restart by switching the "UPS On" does the UPS return to normal operating condition. To install the emergency switch-off mechanism, proceed as follows: Check whether the UPS is switched off, and switch it off if necessary (standby operating mode).
Troubleshooting Malfunctions The Protect B. PRO outputs detailed fault indications which you or the service personnel can use to quickly and precisely localise and interpret malfunctions which occur. Below you will find suggested processes/solutions for remedying the problem you are experiencing. If you are not able to solve the problem in this manner, end the entire process, switch off the UPS and disconnect the UPS from the mains.
9.1.2 Alarm messages / warnings Event Symbol (flashing) Alarm Battery Periodic warning tone undervoltage every second Double periodic warning Overload tone every second Battery system Periodic warning tone not connected every second properly Battery system Periodic warning tone overload every second Battery Periodic warning tone charging unit...
Suggested Symptom Possible cause solution Emergency switch-off Reset the Pictograms active; the plug part or - connected switch are flashing. Warning its inserted wire bridge or insert the plug tone is emitted once a may have been part. Briefly second. disconnected from the disconnect the back of the UPS.
Suggested Symptom Possible cause solution UPS has switched off Disconnect some Pictogram automatically due to of the connected and fault code "43" light up an excessively high or devices. Restart on the display. Warning long-lasting overload. the UPS. tone emitted continuously. Fault codes "1", "2", "3", UPS is exhibiting an Contact your...
10.2 Regular checks The following service work should be carried out: Activity Interval Described in Visual check 6 months Section 10.2.1 Battery/fan check 6 months Sect. 10.2.2/10.2.3 10.2.1 Visual check When carrying out the visual check: Determine whether mechanical damage or foreign bodies can be identified in the device Determine whether conductive dirt or dust deposits are located in the device...
stopped up, clean them. In case of unusually loud or turbulent running, please contact our hotline (see Page 5). 10.3 Battery replacement ATTENTION: A battery can cause an electric shock and can therefore be considerably dangerous if handled improperly. The following precautionary measures should be implemented before the batteries are replaced.
4. After loosening the two screws of the battery protection plate, remove the plate from the front. When doing so, guide the battery connector through the intended opening. 5. Now remove the entire battery kit by carefully and slowly pulling it out from the front. Be aware of the weight involved, especially with the more powerful models.
Note on the external battery expansions: When using an additional external battery Protect B.1000 BP PRO, B.1800 BP PRO or B.3000 BP PRO, we strongly recommend replacing all battery banks for technical reasons. Disposal of waste batteries (applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate collection systems) This symbol on the battery or on the packaging indicates that the...
Storage, Removal and Disposal 11.1 Storage Long storage periods without occasional charging or discharging can lead to permanent damage of the battery. When the battery is stored at room temperature (20 °C to 30 °C), a self-discharge of 3-6% per month takes place due to internal reactions.
be handled over the applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequences fort he environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product.
Appendix 12.1 Glossary (technical terms) Automatic Voltage Regulation against mains voltage deviations Class D See device protection DC/DC booster Circuitry for increasing a direct voltage to a higher voltage level Device protection A term from overvoltage technology The classical mains overvoltage protection is comprised of a lightening current arrester (Class B), overvoltage protection (Class C) and the so-called device protection (Class D)