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inStAllAtion And operAtion mAnUAl
part # 60616-005
April 2011
manufactured in the USA
© Copyright 2011 toSHibA international Corporation
All rights reserved.
UninterrUptible power SyStem (UpS)
1600XP SERIES
Single pHASe - 3.6/6/8/10/14/18/22 kVA

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  • Page 1 And operAtion mAnUAl part # 60616-005 April 2011 manufactured in the USA © Copyright 2011 toSHibA international Corporation All rights reserved. UninterrUptible power SyStem (UpS) 1600XP SERIES Single pHASe - 3.6/6/8/10/14/18/22 kVA...
  • Page 2 1600Xp Series installation and operation manual...
  • Page 3 UninterrUptible power SyStem (UpS) 1600XP SERIES inStAllAtion And operAtion mAnUAl Single pHASe - 3.6/6/8/10/14/18/22 kVA part # 60616-005 April 2011 1600Xp Series installation and operation manual...
  • Page 4: Product Use And Warranty Restrictions

    Unintended Usage of toshiba products listed in this document shall be made at the customer’s own risk. PLEASE INFORM TOSHIBA INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION OR AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE IN CASE OF INCONSISTENCIES, OMISSIONS, OR QUESTIONS.
  • Page 5: Serial Number

    Unless otherwise specified, the warranty period for the UpS or UpS part is 36 months from the shipment date (see toshiba international Corporation bill of lading). Unless otherwise specified, the warranty period for a UPS battery is 24 months from the shipment date (see toshiba international Corporation bill of lading).
  • Page 6 Corporation reserves the right, without prior notice, to update information, make product changes, or discontinue any product or service identified in this publication. toshiba is a registered trademark of the toshiba Corporation. All other product or trade references appearing in this manual are registered trademarks of their respective owners.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents General Safety Instructions ...1 Symbols ...1 Signal words ...2 regulatory Compliance Statement ...2 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ...3 QUAliFied perSonnel only ...3 INSTRUCTIONS IMPORTANTES CONCERNANT LA SÉCURITÉ ...4 Product Description ...5 Application and Use ...5 output rating...5 power backup...5 power Conditioning...5 Inspection/Storage/Disposal ...6 inspection ...6...
  • Page 8 epo (emergency power off) Function ...30 Audible Alarm Functions ...31 Display and Keys ...32 Front panel layout ...32 display manual Controls ...32 LCD Touchscreen Layout ...33 operating keys ...34 Status indicators ...35 light emitting diodes (led) ...35 Touchscreen Menu Tree ...36 Front panel layout ...36 Screen Tab: Main ...37 keypad Controls ...38...
  • Page 9: General Safety Instructions

    General Safety Instructions do not attempt to transport, install, operate, maintain or dispose of this equipment until you have read and understood all of the product safety information provided in this manual. Symbols the symbols listed below are used throughout this manual. when symbols are used in this manual they will include important safety information that must be carefully followed.
  • Page 10: Signal Words

    Notice: The FCC regulations provide that changes or modifications made to this device that are not approved by toshiba international Corporation may void the authority granted to the user by the FCC to operate this equipment. EMC Directive Class A Note this UpS is commercial in design and not intended for use at anytime in a residential environment.
  • Page 11: Important Safety Instructions

    UpS output and the load input. maximum ambient operating temperature is 104 °F (40 °C). Access panels should only be removed by authorized Toshiba field Service personnel. UPS servicing should be performed by qualified Toshiba representatives only. Battery servicing should be performed by qualified Toshiba representatives only.
  • Page 12: Instructions Importantes Concernant La Sécurité

    ATTENTION ATTENTION misuse of this equipment may result in human injury and equipment damage. in no event will toshiba Corporation be responsible or liable for either indirect or consequential damage or injury that may result from the misuse of this equipment.
  • Page 13: Product Description

    Application and Use toshiba 1600Xp Series of on-line UpS provides continuous computer-grade AC power in a compact, high performance, and energy efficient unit. The UPS unit assures safe and reliable operation of critical office equipment.
  • Page 14: Inspection/Storage/Disposal

    It is illegal to dump lead-acid batteries in landfills or dispose of improperly. please help our earth by contacting the environmental protection agencies in your area, the battery manufacturer, or call toshiba toll-free at (877) 867-8773 for more information about recycling. (see page 65-66 for location) in the off position.
  • Page 15: Installation Precautions

    Installation Precautions observe the following environmental restrictions: • install the unit in a well-ventilated location; allow at least 4 inches (10 cm) on all sides for air ventilation and for maintenance. • Install the unit where the ambient temperature is within the range specified on •...
  • Page 16 once the installation is complete, use a 3/4 inch wrench to screw down the UpS leveling feet located next to the four casters, until the unit is no longer resting on the casters. the UpS generates and can radiate radio-frequency energy during operation. Although rFi noise filters are installed inside of the unit, there is no guarantee that the UPS will not influence some sensitive devices that are operating near by.
  • Page 17: Conductor Routing And Grounding

    Allow the unit to cool before touching these items. Changing/replacing the UPS Batteries should only be performed by Toshiba field service personnel. 1600Xp Series installation and operation manual WARNING ventilation slots of the UpS.
  • Page 18: Equipment Warning Labels

    14. Warning signs should be placed on or near the load as a notification that the load is being powered by the UpS. 15. Additional warnings and notifications shall be posted at the equipment installation location as deemed required by Qualified Personnel. WARNING Equipment Warning Labels the following pages show examples of warning labels that may be attached to either the interior or ex-...
  • Page 19 This unit is designed for hot changeable batteries! When installing batteries, the UPS must be in the When installing batteries, the UPS must be in the online or bypass mode. Contact Toshiba International Corporation for further details. online or bypass mode. Contact Toshiba b atte ries e xplod in g a nd e mittin g ga sses an d/o r International Corporation for further details.
  • Page 20 USE COPPER 90 CONDUCTORS ONLY. REFER TO INSTRUCTION MANUAL REGARDING TORQUE OF TERMINAL BLOCKS. FACTORY WIRED FOR 208V INPUT. (L*) (N*) 208/240V INPUT p/n 51727 – external battery Cabinet Con- nection, nominal battery Cabinet Voltage of 288VdC required. p/n 63109 – there are no user-serviceable parts behind cover.
  • Page 21: Ups Connections

    1 – if AC input power is 208 Vac rated, short terminals 11 and 12 with a jumper wire. do not jumper terminal 13 to 12 or 11. Factory Setting is 208Vac. Use the jumper wire provided by Toshiba. DO NOT add any additional jumpers.
  • Page 22: Wire Size And Tightening Torque

    Wire Size and Tightening Torque Use the following table to select the recommended wire size and terminal lug tightening torque for i/o wire connections. Use 90 °C copper conductors for all input, output, and ground wiring. Terminal Item Number AC input lines 1 and 2 10 (8) AC output lines...
  • Page 23 Optional Battery Cabinet Connections optional external battery cabinets can be used to extend the backup time of the UpS beyond that available with the internal batteries. the external battery cabinets connect to the UpS via Anderson-style connectors. UPS Model 3.6, 6 kVA 8, 10, 14, 18, 22 kVA See the applicable battery cabinet manual for additional details.
  • Page 24: Communication Interfaces

    Communication Interfaces Remote Contacts the remote contacts interface is provided as a set of solid state switching devices. the switches are available through a db9 male connector on the rear of the UpS. the following chart shows the pin assignment for each signal. MAxIMUM CURRENT CARRYING CAPACITY OF THE SWITCH Voltage...
  • Page 25: Ups Lan Shutdown Signal Operation

    UPS LAN Shutdown Signal Operation when the UpS stop signal is sent to the UpS through pin 2 and 3 of the external contact interface, it is possible to automatically reset the following operating systems (oS), which can automatically implement the shutdown function and restart the operation: Windows NT, IBM OS/2 LAN server, LANtastic parameter 646 –...
  • Page 26: Rs-232C

    Clear to send this pin is not used RemotEye III Network Card the remoteye iii is an optional network card for the toshiba UpS. this card slides into a slot located on the back side (page 65-66) of the UpS. the card provides a network, or lAn-based communication interface for the UpS.
  • Page 27: Ups Specifications

    UPS Specifications Unit (Capacity) 3.6kVA (3.1 kW) general topology AnSi C62.41 (ieee 587), Ul 1778, CUl, Ce, FCC Class A , neC (nFpS-70), nemA/ Certifications input Characteristics input Voltage input Frequency input Capacity input /(max input) Current @208V input/(max. input) Current @240V input power Factor Current tHd (linear load) internal AC input breaker rating...
  • Page 28 Standard (Fixed Volume) Standard – Hard wire, optional – receptacle panel w/ power Cord Standard (inV, byp, bAtt, lb, AC, Flt) toshiba UpS Communication protocol 2.0 Output ratings given for 0.85PF are only valid 1600Xp Series installation and operation manual 10 kVA (8.5 kW)
  • Page 29 (Hxwxd) max. battery pack Quantity battery manufacturer battery type toshiba’s part number for battery pack Input/output figures rated for 240 volts unless otherwise stated. when the input voltage is greater than 204 volts; otherwise, ratings given for 0.70PF are applicable.
  • Page 30 STANDARD MODELS: 14 – 22 KVA Capacity 14 kVA (11.9 kW) general topology AnSi C62.41 (ieee 587), Ul 1778, CUl, Ce, FCC Class A , neC (nFpS-70), Certifications nemA/pe1-1993, oSHA, ASme, iSo 9001, iSo 14001:2004 , roHS Compliant input Characteristics input Voltage input Frequency input Capacity...
  • Page 31 Standard (Fixed Volume) Standard – Hard wire Standard – terminal contacts only Standard (inV, byp, bAtt, lb, AC, Flt) toshiba UpS Communication protocol 2.0 Output ratings given for 0.85PF are only valid 22 kVA (18.7 kW) 1, 4 10,387 btU/Hr...
  • Page 32 (Hxwxd) max. battery pack Quantity battery manufacturer battery type toshiba part number for battery pack Input/output figures rated for 240 volts unless otherwise stated. when the input voltage is greater than 204 volts; otherwise, ratings given for 0.70PF are applicable.
  • Page 33: Operating The Ups

    Operating the UPS the 1600Xp should be installed and adjusted by an operator. once installed, the 1600Xp is designed to be operated by laymen. Anyone not familiar with this UpS should read the manual before attempting to operate it. Initial Startup (First Power-Up) The first time the UPS is activated after being shipped from the factory, an initialization program will require the operator to input the following parameters.
  • Page 34: Battery Backup Time And Discharge Process

    Battery Backup Time and Discharge Process the UpS batteries provide approximately 5-7 minutes of back-up time depending on the 1600Xp unit kVA rating. these times are valid when the unit is operating under full load and at the rated power factor. the exact length of these times will depend on the UpS model used, condition of the batteries, amount and type of load, temperature and other variables.
  • Page 35: Starting/Stopping The Ups

    Starting/Stopping the UPS turn the main circuit breaker (mCCb) on the back of the UpS (see breaker should normally remain in the ON position. Verify that the On-Line led on the front panel (see light for a moment when the input breaker is turned on. this is normal. the UpS will now be supplying power in the bypass mode.
  • Page 36: Battery Recharging

    Battery Recharging the illustration below shows a graphical representation of the UpS battery recharge process after a full discharge. CURRENT VOLTAGE CHARGE The recharge process usually consists of three periods. During the first period, the current is maintained at approximately 1 ampere. this current limit is the maximum value that can be used to charge the batteries (for minimal recharge time) while assuring safety and long battery life.
  • Page 37: Operating Modes

    Operating Modes On-Line (Run operation) The following illustration shows circuit power flow when the UPS is operating normally in the on-line mode. The UPS rectifier, including a boost chopper circuit, converts AC input power to DC power. The boost chopper circuit maintains a constant voltage, with current limiting, for charging the batteries. it also supplies a dC voltage of the proper level to the inverter section.
  • Page 38: Battery Backup (On Batteries)

    Battery Backup (On batteries) The following illustration shows power flow during the battery backup mode. When commercial AC power failures occur, the UpS’s batteries instantly begin supplying dC voltage to the UpS’s main inverter circuit. this circuit changes (inverts) the dC power into AC power. the AC power is available at the output of the unit.
  • Page 39: Audible Alarm Functions

    Audible Alarm Functions An audible alarm (buzzer) will sound when the UpS is in the battery backup mode, has a fault, has low battery voltage, or is in an overload condition. the buzzer will also beep each time an effective item is touched on the touchscreen.
  • Page 40: Display And Keys

    Display and Keys Front Panel Layout the front panel consists of several elements for monitoring and operation of the UpS. panel components are shown in the illustration below: HARDWARE RUN/STOP SWITCH LCD TOUCH SCREEN DISPLAY CONTRAST ADjUSTMENT (MIDDLE LEFT SIDE OF PANEL) STATUS LEDS (PAGE 35) Display Manual Controls Hardware Start/Stop Switch –...
  • Page 41: Lcd Touchscreen Layout

    LCD Touchscreen Layout the touchscreen serves as input and display. touch the active portion of the display to execute a com- mand. Startup Display the default opening screen for the UpS is the Main screen. the operator can begin operating the UpS immediately by pressing the rUn key.
  • Page 42: Operating Keys

    the second row of keys are the function tabs. At the bottom of the display three event codes display the latest operational information: Faults, warnings, and the current UpS System mode. (See pages 53–56.) Operating Keys the icons listed in the table below identify the touch-sensitive keys on the main touchscreen. the keys are different types of controls that can be activated by pressing that area of the touchscreen.
  • Page 43: Status Indicators

    Status Indicators the four top and three bottom UpS status indicators on the main screen and their meanings are listed in the table below. . Indicator Shows the current load percentage. battery information: in on-line and battery back-up mode the display alternates between battery charge percentage and estimated remaining battery runtime in: 100% / 11’...
  • Page 44: Touchscreen Menu Tree

    Touchscreen Menu Tree Front Panel Layout the diagram below shows the menu tree for the touchscreen display. the four folder tabs and their associated sub-menu choices are shown on the left, and a description of the displays /choices are detailed on the right.
  • Page 45: Screen Tab: Main

    Screen Tab: Main the main tab is also the opening tab on startup for the UpS. press RUN to place the UpS in on-line mode, and press STOP to place the UpS in bypass mode. RUN/Stop the UPS press and momentarily hold (approximately one to two seconds) the RUN or STOP key to on-line or bypass mode respectively.
  • Page 46: Keypad Controls

    “toshiba H3” instead of “toSHibAH3” return to the Upper Case format keypad by pressing Shift again. exit the keypad display by pressing either the Quit or Write key.
  • Page 47: Screen: Security Passwords & Keypad

    Screen: Security Passwords & Keypad the UpS has several levels of security password avail- able: USer (USr) , Admin (Adm), and other security levels for use by service and factory representatives. the security level is indicated on the Security key. the UpS stays in a security level until a new level is entered.
  • Page 48: Screen Tab: Monitor

    Screen Tab: Monitor The top screen under the Monitor tab is a graphical power flow block diagram that acts as a mimic display showing power flow through the UPS sections (Input, Output, Bypass, and Battery) and the UPS status (on-line, backup, bypass, Shutdown). Additional information screens are available that display the de- tailed status of the various parameters for the input, output, bypass, battery, dC bus, System Status, and remote Communications.
  • Page 49: Mimic Display

    MONITOR TAB 100% 12:35 pm HOME Main Monitor Settings Records 101 Input Config 103 input Voltage 238 V 104 input Current 22.9 A 105 input Frequency 60.0 Hz 106 input power (w) 5450 w 107 input power (VA) 5450 VA IN 1/3 dVCoH ASyn...
  • Page 50: Screen Tab: Settings

    Screen Tab: Settings the tables on pages 47 – 51 list the 1600Xp Settings parameters that can be viewed in the monitor tab. example: the Settings parameter Batt Test Freq (battery test Frequency) can be viewed by USr (User) level and above, only logged in Adm (Administrators) and above can edit the value. each key displays a block of relevant command parameters: Key –...
  • Page 51 12:35 pm 100% HOME Main Monitor Settings Records 001 manufacturer toSHibA 002 typeform UH3g2l060C6 003 Serial no. 20080112345 004 main Fware Ver UH3mSV00013 005 main bSector Ver UH3mbS01000 006 main bloader Ver UH3mbl01000 ID 1/3 dVCoH ASyn on-line ID BLOCK...
  • Page 52 Changing UPS Parameter Settings press the parameter to be changed and the display will open with an appropriate data entry screen. Settings that cannot be changed will respond with “item cannot be changed” shown at the bottom of this page. Some parameters will display one of a set of fixed values, such as example 1.
  • Page 53 Recalibrate the Touchscreen the touchscreen on the UpS is shipped from the factory already calibrated. However, at some point the touchscreen calibration may need to be refreshed so that the active portion of the screen matches the underlying graphics. recalibrate the touchscreen as follows: press the Settings tab.
  • Page 54: Settings Parameters

    Settings Parameters the following table lists parameters parameters that can be viewed under the monitor tab of the touch- screen display. the security levels are, from lowest to highest level: Access Level Sec. Abbreviation User Administrator the table headings are: •...
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  • Page 69: Records

    Records if the selected record buffer has no records, the display will return the message “no reCord.” Each record file can be accessed by pressing the labeled key, and the records paged through using the standard next record, previous record, first record, and last record control keys at the bottom of the touchscreen.
  • Page 70: System Fault Messages

    System Fault Messages A Fault message is generated when either a fault condition occurs, or a warning condition occurs three times within ten minutes. the table below shows the possible fault messages and what actions need be taken. if the input voltage is normal when the fault occurs then the UpS will switch immediately to the bypass mode to continuously feed power to the load.
  • Page 71: System Warning Messages

    Action needed. Contact the nearest toshiba authorized representa- tive for service. Have batteries replaced immediately. Contact the nearest toshiba authorized representa- tive to arrange for battery replacement.
  • Page 72 ViUV input Undervoltage – input voltage less than UPS specifications. depends on UpS mode. Have inspection/service performed. Contact the nearest toshiba authorized representa- tive for service. Contact the nearest toshiba authorized representa- tive for service. Connect the display cable. Contact the nearest toshiba authorized representa- tive for service.
  • Page 73: System Mode Messages

    UpS goes to Shutdown triggered from lAn Sd circuit. 1600Xp Series installation and operation manual Meaning Meaning no action needed. Contact the nearest toshiba autho- rized representative for service. no action needed. no action needed. Contact the nearest toshiba autho- rized representative for service.
  • Page 74 Stop key. no action needed. disconnect lAn signal to reset. Contact the nearest toshiba autho- rized representative for service. input and output are synchronized. immediately shut down the load equipment in an orderly fashion and then press the Stop key.
  • Page 75: Ups Protection System

    UPS Protection System System Protection Features the following schematic shows the electrical locations of the protection devices on the UpS. MCCB Input Line Filter Power Surge Absorber input Abnormal System Protection Functions the following charts show the built-in system fault protection functions on all the UpS models. BUILT-IN UPS FAULT PROTECTION FUNCTIONS Protection Item Output Overvoltage...
  • Page 76: Preventive Maintenance/Parts Replacement

    Preventive Maintenance/Parts Replacement Preventive Maintenance toshiba 1600Xp 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.
  • Page 77: Parts Replacement

    Parts Replacement the following list shows recommended intervals for periodic replacement of certain UpS parts: Aluminum electrolytic capacitors: replace once every 5 years. Fuses: replace once every 7 years. Cooling fan: when operated in an ambient temperature of 86 °F (30 °C) to 104 °F (40° C), replace every 3.5 years.
  • Page 78 refer to Figure 1 for location of UpS referenced material. refer to Figure 2 for material referring to the receptacle panel module. there are different panels available depending on the UpS typeform. Step 1: remove the modular receptacle panel cover plate. on the rear of the UpS, locate the cover plate for the receptacle panel module interface (see Figure 1).
  • Page 79: Optional Mb (Maintenance Bypass) Units

    Optional MB (Maintenance Bypass) Units The following illustration shows the circuit power flow when the UPS is operating in the optional Mainte- nance bypass mode. the input jumper on the UpS must be set for 240 VAC. ensure the UpS is in Static bypass before switching the unit from UpS to maintenance bypass mode or from maintenance bypass to UpS mode.
  • Page 80: External Maintenance Bypass

    External Maintenance Bypass wiring the following connections must be made to the Utility panel and the load panel. the main UpS output is located on the terminal block on the back of the UpS. (tb-4(X1) and tb-7(X3) 240 VAC.) Utility pAnel See the application instructions included with the external maintenance bypass Unit for wiring details.
  • Page 81: External Layouts/Dimensions/Shipping Weights

    External Layouts/Dimensions/Shipping Weights Dimensional Data 3.6 kVA 6 kVA 22.1 in. 27.5 in. (561 mm) (698 mm) 10.0 in. 10.0 in. (254 mm) (254 mm) 34.0 in. 34.0 in. (863 mm) (864 mm) 19.7 in. 25.1 in. (500 mm) (637 mm) 2.4 in.
  • Page 82 external layout for 3.6kVA and 6kVA units remoteye iii remote Contacts port (male) rS232 port terminal mCCb block Cover 1600Xp Series installation and operation manual...
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  • Page 85: Index

    Index AC input mode 29 Altitude 20 Application 5 Audible alarm 5 functions 31 Automatic retransfer 23 backup mode 30 battery backup mode 30 backup time 19 disposal 6 lifetime 23 low-voltage tolerances 26 manufacturer 24 pack 24 pack (quantity) 24 recharge tolerances 28 recharging 28 replacement 3...
  • Page 86 AUto/mAn 22 input 22 output 22 warning 10 Front panel layout 32 ground importance of, 7 terminals 14 ground rS-232C 18 grounding 9 Humidity 23 humidity 6 input Capacity 22 input Frequency 22 warning 10 input Voltage 19 requirements 10 inspection 6 installation precautions 7 interface...
  • Page 87 output disconnect 3 overload Capacity 22 overvoltage dC 59 output 58 parameters changing 44 passwords 39 peak output Current 22 power backup 5 power Conditioning 5 power factor output, rated load 26 power factor input 22 output, rated load 22 power failure signal 16 precautions 10 preventive maintenance 59...
  • Page 88 terminal block 13 theory of operation 5 torque, tightening 14 touchscreen calibrate 45 control icons 34 keypad 38 layout 33 menu tree 36 mimic display 40 passwords 39 screen disable 37 Unpacking 6 discharge process 26 UpS Connections 13 UpS functional overview 5 UpS stop signal input 16 ventilation 10 Voltage transient 22...
  • Page 90 INDUSTRIAL DIVISION 13131 west little york road, Houston, texas 77041 tel (713) 466-0277 Fax. (713) 466-8773 US (800) 231-1412 Canada (800) 872-2192 mexico 01/800/527-1204 www.toshiba.com/ind printed in the U.S.A.

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