INTRODUCTION Congratulations and thank you for purchasing the new OmniGuard‘ Rackmount UPS from Belkin. This exciting new series offers enterprise users an excellent high-capacity, space-saving Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) solution. The OmniGuard Rackmount UPS comes in a 2U or 3U version offering a capacity range of 1100VA/660 watts to 3200VA/1920 watts.
WARNING! RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK. HAZARDOUS LIVE PARTS INSIDE THIS POWER SUPPLY ARE ENERGIZED FROM THE BATTERY EVEN WHEN THE AC INPUT POWER IS DISCONNECTED. TO DE-ENERGIZE THE OUTPUTS OF THE UPS: 1.
OVERVIEW The Belkin OmniGuard Rackmount UPS (Figure 1) offers a 2U or 3U design with a capacity range of 1100VA/660 watts to 3200VA/1920 watts of true sine-wave output. Fig. 1: Belkin OmniGuard Rackmount UPS Designed to save rack space for increasing density within an enterprise environment, the OmniGuard Rackmount UPS represents an enhancement to our existing, industry-leading UPS product line.
HIGHLIGHTS The Battery (Red) LED illuminates when the UPS has detected that the batteries are weak/bad. Battery replacement might be required. (See section 5) The Site Wiring Fault (Red) LED illuminates when the UPS detects an improperly wired AC outlet. The Low-Battery Warning (Red) LED illuminates when the battery reserve runs low.
QUICK START To install the OmniGuard Rackmount UPS, the following steps should be followed: 1. Find a proper location for the UPS device. 2. Mount the device into an appropriate rack or alternative configuration. 3. Verify that you’re using an appropriate connector and plug into the wall. 4.
Once physically installed, plug the UPS into a two-pole, three-wire, grounded receptacle only. Do not use extension cords or adapter plugs as these devices create additional issues with the electrical flow and will void the Belkin power warranty associated with the UPS.
PRODUCT INSTALLATION Connecting your Equipment Plug the equipment into the output receptacles on the back panel of the unit. If your UPS is a 3U rack, there are a total of eight outlets, with seven outlets providing backup plus surge protection and one outlet for surge-only protection. However, if your UPS is a 2U rack, there are a total of six outlets, with five outlets providing backup plus surge protection and one outlet for surge-only protection.
PRODUCT DIAGNOSTICS Turning the Unit On/Off Press and release the “ON/OFF/TEST” switch. After one beep the unit will turn on and supply power to the load. The load is immediately powered while the UPS runs a five-second self- test. Press and release the switch (after one beep)to turn the unit off.
PRODUCT DIAGNOSTICS Alarms ON-BATTERY When the UPS is operating on the batteries, the On-Line LED will blink and the audible alarm will sound every 10 seconds. The alarm will stop once the UPS returns to On-Line operation. UPS FAULT When the UPS detects a hardware fault, the Fault LED will illuminate and the UPS will emit a sustained tone.
SOFTWARE FEATURES & INSTALLATION Communications Port Connection Setting Up OmniGuard Power Management Software and The Interface Cable Power Management software and interface cable kits can be used with the UPS. Use only approved interface cables with this UPS. Connect the interface cable to the 9-pin communication port on the rear panel of the UPS.
SOFTWARE FEATURES & INSTALLATION 4. Double-click on the Uninterruptible Power Supply service 5. Select the “Log On As: This Account” button, input the appropriate account information, and then click “OK”. 6. Double-click on the Control Panel’s “Power Options” icon. SOFTWARE FEATURES & INSTALLATION 7.
FAQS Symptom Possible Cause What To Do UPS will not turn on On/Off/Test button not pushed Press the On button momentarily (one beep to start UPS) UPS operates in battery mode Input AC circuit breaker is Reset circuit breaker by only, even though there is tripped pressing the plunger back in.
MAINTENANCE OmniGuard TM Rackmount UPS Battery Replacement Instructions Important Please Read The Warnings And Instructions Before Attempting To Replace The Batteries: 1. Turn off all connected equipment that is plugged into the UPS 2. Press and release, after one beep, the ON/OFF button of the front panel 3.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS SPECIFICATIONS (120VAC models) Model F6C110-RKM-2U F6C150-RKM-2U F6C230-RKM-2U 1100 1500 2300 Watts 1380 Type Rack-Mount Model Agency Approvals UL, cUL Warranty 3 yr. Input (non-battery operation) Voltage Range 80 to 150VAC Default* Frequency Range Auto-Sensing 50/60Hz ± 3Hz Output (non-battery operation) Voltage (default) 104 to 134 Frequency...
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