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UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SYSTEM (UPS)
4200FA
INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL
Three-Phase 15/25/30/50 kVA UPS
Doc. No.: 53878-013
Date: June 2013

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  • Page 1 UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SYSTEM (UPS) 4200FA INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL Three-Phase 15/25/30/50 kVA UPS Doc. No.: 53878-013 Date: June 2013...
  • Page 2 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 3 4200FA INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL Three-Phase 15/25/30/50 kVA UPS FOR all 15 – 50 kVA MODELS WITH TOUCHSCREEN INTERFACE: TOSHIBA INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION INDUSTRIAL DIVISION 13131 West Little York Road Houston, TX 77041-9990 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 4 Product Use and Warranty Restrictions The Toshiba products listed in this document are intended for usage in general electronics applications (computer, personal equipment, office equipment, measuring equipment, industrial robotics, domestic appliances, etc.). These Toshiba products are neither intended nor warranted for usage in equipment that requires extraordinarily high quality and/or reliability or where a malfunction or failure may cause loss of human life or bodily injury (Unintended Usage).
  • Page 5 UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SYSTEM If additional information or technical assistance is required call TOSHIBA Customer Support Center toll free at 1- 877-867-8773, or write to: Toshiba International Corporation, 13131 West Little York Road, Houston, TX 77041- 9990 Attn: UPS Product Manager.
  • Page 6: Purpose And Scope Of Manual

    TOSHIBA shall not be liable for technical or editorial omissions or mistakes in this manual. Nor shall it be liable for incidental or consequential damages resulting from the use of information contained in this manual.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Power Cable Routing and Conduit Placement 50 kVA ................31 Control Circuit and External Interface Connections 50 kVA ............32 6.4.1 Recommended Wire Size and Torque Requirements ................34 Remote Contact ..........................35 RemotEye III ..........................36 RS-232C ............................36 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 8 UPS Shutdown (via RS-232C) ........................ 37 Specifications ......................38 4200FA 15 / 25 kVA @ 208 VAC Input/ 208 VAC Output - No Internal Batteries or Transformer 38 4200FA 15 / 25 kVA @ 208 VAC Input/ 208 VAC Output w/Internal Batteries ......40 4200FA 15/25 kVA w/Internal Transformer ...................
  • Page 9 Shipping Dimensions and Weights ..................... 102 13.3 Cabinet Color ..........................102 APPENDIX A – Seismic Anchorages ................. 103 APPENDIX B – Installation Planning Guides ............107 APPENDIX C – 4200 FA Parameter Definitions ............115 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 10: List Of Tables

    Table 11.2 Fault Alarms ..........................95 Table 13.1 15-30kVA Shipping Dimensions ....................102 Table 13.2 50kVA Shipping Dimensions ....................102 Table 13.3 Weight of Premium and Seismic Units ..................102 Table 13.4 Weight of Base Units ....................... 102 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 11 Figure 9-14 Setup Tab ..........................77 Figure 9-15 Setup Keypad..........................78 Figure 9-16 Touch Screen Calibration ......................79 Figure 9-17 RECORD Tab Layout ....................... 80 Figure 9-18 Help Index ..........................81 Figure 11-1 UPS Electrical Protection Sense Points ................... 94 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 12 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 13: General Safety Instructions

    Other warning symbols may appear along with the Danger and Caution symbol and are used to specify special hazards. These warnings describe particular areas where special care and/or procedures are required in order to prevent serious injury and possible death. 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 14: Equipment Warning Labels

    If the labels are damaged or if additional labels are required, contact your TOSHIBA representative for additional labels. The following are examples of the warning labels that may be found on the equipment. The labels are there to provide useful information or to indicate an imminently hazardous situation that may result in serious injury, severe property and equipment damage, or death if the instructions are not followed.
  • Page 15 While servicing, stand on some type of insulation, and be sure not to be grounded. Follow the safety instructions given in the equipment manual carefully and observe all danger, warning and caution notices. 40308 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 16 NOTE: This Label for Battery Units Only 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 17: Important Safety Instructions

    Therefore, a user-installed circuit breaker should be provided between the UPS output and the load input. 3. Battery servicing should be performed by a qualified TOSHIBA Representative only. 4. Unauthorized personnel should not service batteries.
  • Page 18 UPS. The nominal battery voltage for all internal battery models is 288 VDC. The nominal battery voltage for all external battery models is 288 VDC. An Authorized TOSHIBA Representative who is knowledgeable of batteries and the required precautions should perform service on the batteries. Keep unauthorized personnel away from batteries.
  • Page 19 6. Determine if the battery is inadvertently grounded. If inadvertently grounded, remove source of ground. Contact with any part of a grounded battery can result in electrical shock. The likelihood of shock will be reduced if such grounds are removed prior to installation or maintenance. 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 20: Instructions Importantes Concernant La Sécurité

    CONSERVER CES INSTRUCTIONS instructions importantes concernant la sécurté Un battery puet présenter un risque de choc électrique, de brûlure ATTENTION par transfert d’ énergie. L’élimination des batteries est règlementèe. Consultar les codes ATTENTION locaux à cet effet 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 21: Product Description

    Product Description This manual covers all current variants of the 4200FA Series 15-50 kVA UPS. All variants of each capacity supply the same rated power and performance. The differences are listed below: • 4200FA Base Model – Basic version of 15-50kVA sizes, mounted on two C-channel skids, no integral maintenance bypass switch, no lockable On/Off switch, and no redundant dry contact terminal switch, and optional internal batteries.
  • Page 22 In addition, the models with transformers provide total isolation to reduce the common and normal mode noises. This adds further protection to keep power-line problems from reaching your load, where it can cause equipment to operate erratically, or damage hardware and software. 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 23: Product Unpacking / Inspection / Storage / Disposal

    TOP HEAVY EQUIPMENT – DO NOT tilt the UPS more than 10° from the upright position. DANGER Tilting the UPS more than 10° may cause crushing, trapping, or other personal injuries and cause physical damage to internal components. THIS EQUIPMENT WILL TIP OVER EASILY UNTIL FIXED IN PLACE. 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 24: Unpack The Base And Seismic Model 15/25/30 Kva Ups (Without Casters)

    Unpack the Base and Seismic model 15/25/30 kVA UPS (without Casters) • (4200FA Base, P/N C42F3FnnnXAXXN and C42F3FnnnXAXBN) • (4200FA Seismic, P/N C42F3F250XAMX0S) Carefully inspect the UPS for shipping damage. Units shipped within North America and NAFTA are shrink-wrapped. Side view of 15/25/30kVA UPS 1.
  • Page 25: Unpack The Premium 50 Kva Ups (With Casters)

    4. Save the loading rails for seismic anchoring of the UPS. TOP HEAVY EQUIPMENT. IMPROPER LIFTING CAN RESULT IN INJURY OR DEATH. LIFT AND MOVE CAREFULLY AND ONLY WITH ADEQUATE EQUIPMENT AND TRAINED DANGER PERSONNEL. THIS EQUIPMENT WILL TIP OVER EASILY UNTIL FIXED IN PLACE. 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 26: Unpack The Base And Seismic 50 Kva Ups (Without Casters)

    Unpack the Base and Seismic 50 kVA UPS (without Casters) • 4200FA 50kVA Base (P/N T42F3F500XAXXN , T42F3F500XAXBN) • 4200FA 50kVA Seismic (P/N T42F3F500XAMX0S) Upon receipt of the UPS, a careful inspection for shipping damage should be made. Units shipped within North America and NAFTA are shrink-wrapped;...
  • Page 27: Inspect Ups Equipment After Unpacking

    Check to see that the rated capacity and the model number specified on the nameplate conform to the order specifications. Permanent Anchoring for Premium 15/25/30/50 kVA UPS (with Casters) Use the shipping rails for permanent anchoring of the castor-equipped 4200FA. 20” 36.3”...
  • Page 28: Permanent Anchoring For Base And Seismic Model 15/25/30/50 Kva Ups (Without Casters)

    Figure 4-3 Anchoring for 50kVA with Casters Permanent Anchoring for Base and Seismic model 15/25/30/50 kVA UPS (without Casters) Middle Seismic Model Only Figure 4-4 Anchoring Pattern for Basic and Seismic 50kVA (C-Channel Feet) See Appendix A for fastener details. 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 29: Storage Of Ups Equipment

    It is ILLEGAL to dump lead-acid batteries in landfills or dispose of ATTENTION 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 batteries. 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 30: Installation Precautions

    Installation Precautions Based on the 4200FA UPS external dimensions and the way the outer panels are removed; minimum amounts of unobstructed space around the unit are necessary for ventilation and maintenance access. The following section and Fig. 3.1 shows the minimum clearances required for proper UPS site installation.
  • Page 31: System Preparation (Pre-Power)

    LED’s have gone out before removing the front panel of the UPS after the UPS power has been turned off. Do not attempt to disassemble, modify, or repair the UPS. Call TOSHIBA Service for repair information.
  • Page 32: Ups Connections

    The following illustrates the wiring connections from the power distribution panel (not part f the UPS) to the terminal block of the 15/25/30 kVA UPS Models. (Maximum wire capacity for TB1 and TB4 is 1 AWG.) 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 33: Recommended Wire Size And Torque Requirements For 15/25/30Kva

    Recommended Wire Size and Torque Requirements for 15/25/30kVA Minimum wire sizes are based on NEC Table 310.16. Neutral wire sized per NEC Article 310.15(B), Grounding wires sized per NEC Article 250.122. Maximum wire capacity of the terminal lugs is 1 AWG. 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 34: Table 6.1 Cable Size For Different 3P-3W I/O Voltages

    25 kVA 30 kVA Input/ Bypass/ Output (GND) AWG* Torque AWG* Torque AWG* Torque 10 – 1 35 in-lbs. 8 – 1 51 in-lbs. 6 – 1 51 in-lbs. *Maximum Wire Size is 1 AWG. 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 35: Table 6.4 Bypass Wire Size

    35 in-lbs. 8 – 1 51 in-lbs. 6 – 1 51 in-lbs. 600 V 10 – 1 35 in-lbs. 10 – 1 35 in-lbs. 10 – 1 35 in-lbs. *Maximum Wire Size is 1 AWG. 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 36: Power Connection Cable Routing And Conduit Placement 15/25/30 Kva

    NEC and the Local Authority having jurisdiction. 2) Battery conductors shall be installed in a separate conduit and be of low resistance type. CONDUIT MOUNTING PANEL INPUT OUTPUT BATTERY CONDUIT CONDUIT CONDUIT Figure 6-3 15030kVA Cable Routing 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 37: Control Circuit And External Battery Interface Connections 15/25/30 Kva

    (12) COMMON (13) EPO (24Vdc – 1A max.) (14) EPO (24Vdc – 1A max.) (15) – (24) Not Used *Must be programmed in via the front panel Figure 6-4 15-30kVA Control and Battery Terminals –TB-3 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 38: Table 6.5 Remote Contacts Assignment

    Remote Run and Remote Stop must be enabled via the front panel. Once remote mode is enabled, the key switch on the front panel is rendered inoperable until remote mode is disabled via the front panel. 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 39: Recommended Wire Size And Torque Requirements

    (H1) (H2) (H3) (N) (L1) (L2) (L3) INPUT: 3-phase, 3-wire OUTPUT: 3-phase (4-wire) BATTERY 208 V requires 3-phase, 4-wire (H1) (H2) (H3) Optional: Bypass Input: 3-phase, 4-wire 208 V requires 3-phase, 4-wire Figure 6-5 Power Terminals - 50kVA 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 40: Figure 6-6 Terminal Board Locations - 50Lva

    50kVA with Back Panel Removed Ground Lugs (2) Wire Capacity: #14 – 1/0 AWG Figure 6-6 Terminal Board Locations - 50lVA 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 41: Recommended Wire Size And Torque Requirements For 50Kva

    2/0 – 250 kcmil 200 in-lbs. 415 V 3 – 250 kcmil 1 – 250 kcmil 200 in-lbs. 480 V 4 – 250 kcmil 2 – 250 kcmil 200 in-lbs. 600 V 6 – 250 kcmil 200 in-lbs. 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 42: Table 6.9 Battery Cabling - 50Kva

    (USE MINIMUM 75 °C INSULATED COPPER WIRING) 50 kVA Input/ Output (GND) Tightening Torque 208-240 VAC 6 – 250 kcmil 200 in-lbs. 380-480 VAC 6 – 250 kcmil 200 in-lbs. 600 VAC 8 – 250 kcmil 200 in-lbs. 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 43: Power Cable Routing And Conduit Placement 50 Kva

    The following illustrates the proper cable routing that should be followed during the power connection process for the 50kVA. Note: Cabinet show with batteries, cabling is the same for units with internal batteries, internal transformers, and neither internal batteries nor transformers. Figure 6-7 50kVA Cable Routing and Terminal Location 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 44: Control Circuit And External Interface Connections 50 Kva

    (7) 24Vdc – 1A max. (P24A3) (8) Remote Run (Switch UPS to Inverter Mode)* (9) 24Vdc – 1 A max. (P24A3) (10) Remote Stop (Switch UPS to Static Bypass)* Figure 6-8 50kVA External Interface Assignments 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 45: Table 6.11 Tb-3 Lug Assignment

    Remote Run and Remote Stop must be enabled via the front panel. Once remote mode is enabled, the key switch on the front panel is rendered inoperable until remote mode is disabled via the front panel. 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 46: Recommended Wire Size And Torque Requirements

    TERMINAL TIGHTENING (TERMINAL #) AWG* TORQUE UPS CONTROL CIRCUITS 14-16 8 in-lbs. (1-24)* BATTERY CONTROL 14-16 8 in-lbs. CIRCUITS (3-6)* *Indicates Class 1 wiring methods are to be used. Maximum Wire Size is 12 AWG. 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 47: Remote Contact

    1) Pin “switches” are shown in their inactive states. Example: (if battery voltage is low, pin 7 will be connected to System Common). 2) Contacts are rated at 30 VDC, 0.1 amps; 125 VAC, 3 amps. 3) Pin number “3” is not used. 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 48: Remoteye Iii

    The RS-232C serial communication interface is available through a DB9 female connector located on the inside of the UPS. See Figure 6-10. This interface allows control of the UPS from a computer network running TOSHIBA RemotEyeIII software. The computer and the UPS are connected through a serial RS-232C communication port. The...
  • Page 49: Ups Shutdown (Via Rs-232C)

    The UPS can be programmed to turn OFF up to 8 minutes after the 'shutdown' command is given. This command can be cancelled before the specified time has elapsed by following the directions listed on the RS-232C screen. 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 50: Specifications

    Specifications 4200FA 15 / 25 kVA @ 208 VAC Input/ 208 VAC Output - No Internal Batteries or Transformer C42F3F150XAXXN C42F3F250XAXXN Model Number C42F3F150XAMXN, -S C42F3F250XAMXN, -S C42F3F150FAMXN, -S C42F3F250FAMXN, -S Rated Output Capacity 15 kVA 25 kVA External Dimensions w/ casters: 20.0”...
  • Page 51 4 – Prolonged operation at this level requires derating of the maximum Operating Temperature to 90 °F ( 32 °C). 5 – SHORT TERM operation only (e.g. Brownouts). Operation at this level requires derating the maximum Operating Temperature to 95 °F ( 35 °C). 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 52: 4200Fa 15 / 25 Kva @ 208 Vac Input/ 208 Vac Output W/Internal Batteries

    4200FA 15 / 25 kVA @ 208 VAC Input/ 208 VAC Output w/Internal Batteries C42F3F150XAXBN C42F3F250XAXBN Model Number C42F3F150XAMBN C42F3F250XAMBN C42F3F150FAMBN C42F3F250FAMBN Rated Output Capacity 15 kVA 25 kVA External Dimensions w/ casters: 20.0” x 36.3” x 59.7”(50.8 cm x 92.2 cm x 151.6 cm) W x D x H (cm) w/o casters: 20.0”...
  • Page 53 4 – Prolonged operation at this level requires derating of the maximum Operating Temperature to 90 °F ( 32 °C). 5 – SHORT TERM operation only (e.g. Brownouts). Operation at this level requires derating the maximum Operating Temperature to 95 °F ( 35 °C). 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 54: 4200Fa 15/25 Kva W/Internal Transformer

    4200FA 15/25 kVA w/Internal Transformer Model Number C42#3*150#AMXN, -S C42#3*250#AMXN, -S # =(B: 208; H: 220; C: 240; N: 380–415 ∆-wye; P: 380–415 wye; Input D: 480; M: 600) VAC Outpu *=(F: 208; H: 220 wye; J: 240; P: 380–415 wye; K: 480 wye:...
  • Page 55 4 – Prolonged operation at this level requires derating of the maximum Operating Temperature to 90 °F ( 32 °C). 5 – SHORT TERM operation only (e.g. Brownouts). Operation at this level requires derating the maximum Operating Temperature to 95 °F ( 35 °C). 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 56: 4200Fa 30 Kva @ 208 Vac Input/ 208 Vac Output - No Internal Batteries, No Internal Transformer

    4200FA 30 kVA @ 208 VAC Input/ 208 VAC Output - No Internal Batteries, No Internal Transformer T42F3F300XAXXN Model Number T42F3F300XAMXN, -S T42F3F300FAMXN, -S Rated Output Capacity 30 kVA External Dimensions w/ casters: 20.0” x 36.3” x 59.7”(50.8 cm x 92.2 cm x 151.6 cm) W x D x H (cm) w/o casters: 20.0”...
  • Page 57 4 – Prolonged operation at this level requires derating of the maximum Operating Temperature to 90 °F ( 32 °C). 5 – SHORT TERM operation only (e.g. Brownouts). Operation at this level requires derating the maximum Operating Temperature to 95 °F ( 35 °C). 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 58: 4200Fa 30 Kva @ 208 Vac Input/ 208 Vac Output W/Internal Batteries

    4200FA 30 kVA @ 208 VAC Input/ 208 VAC Output w/Internal Batteries T42F3F300XAXBN Model Number T42F3F300XAMBN T42F3F300FAMBN Rated Output Capacity 30 kVA External Dimensions w/ casters: 20.0” x 36.3” x 59.7”(50.8 cm x 92.2 cm x 151.6 cm) W x D x H (cm) w/o casters: 20.0”...
  • Page 59 4 – Prolonged operation at this level requires derating of the maximum Operating Temperature to 90 °F ( 32 °C). 5 – SHORT TERM operation only (e.g. Brownouts). Operation at this level requires derating the maximum Operating Temperature to 95 °F ( 35 °C). 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 60: 4200Fa 30 Kva W/Internal Transformer

    4200FA 30 kVA w/Internal Transformer Model Number T42#3*300#AMXN, -S # =(B: 208; H: 220; C: 240; N: 380–415 ∆-wye; Input P: 380–415 wye; D: 480; M: 600) VAC Outpu *=(F: 208; H: 220 wye; J: 240; P: 380–415 wye; K: 480 wye:...
  • Page 61 4 – Prolonged operation at this level requires derating of the maximum Operating Temperature to 90 °F ( 32 °C). 5 – SHORT TERM operation only (e.g. Brownouts). Operation at this level requires derating the maximum Operating Temperature to 95 °F ( 35 °C). 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 62: 4200Fa 50Kva @ 208 Vac Input/ 208 Vac Output - No Internal Batteries, No Internal Transformer

    4200FA 50kVA @ 208 VAC Input/ 208 VAC Output - No Internal Batteries, No Internal Transformer T42F3F500XAXXN Model Number T42F3F500XAMXN, -S T42F3F500FAMXN, -S 50 kVA Rated Output Capacity External Dimensions w/ casters: 35.5” X 38.3” X 59.3” (90.1 cm x 97.2 cm x 150.6 cm) W x D x H (cm) w/o casters: 35.5”...
  • Page 63 4 – Prolonged operation at this level requires derating of the maximum Operating Temperature to 90 °F ( 32 °C). 5 – SHORT TERM operation only (e.g. Brownouts). Operation at this level requires derating the maximum Operating Temperature to 95 °F ( 35 °C). 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 64: 4200Fa 50Kva @ 208 Vac Input/ 208 Vac Output W/Internal Batteries

    4200FA 50kVA @ 208 VAC Input/ 208 VAC Output w/Internal Batteries T42F3F500XAXBN Model Number T42F3F500XAMBN T42F3F500FAMBN 50 kVA Rated Output Capacity External Dimensions w/ casters: 35.5” X 38.3” X 59.3” (90.1 cm x 97.2 cm x 150.6 cm) W x D x H (cm) w/o casters: 35.5”...
  • Page 65 4 – Prolonged operation at this level requires derating of the maximum Operating Temperature to 90 °F ( 32 °C). 5 – SHORT TERM operation only (e.g. Brownouts). Operation at this level requires derating the maximum Operating Temperature to 95 °F ( 35 °C). 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 66: 4200Fa 50Kva W/Internal Transformer

    ± 3% (loss or return of input voltage); (Recovery time: 50 ms) ± 8% (transfer from bypass to inverter) Inverter Overload Capacity 125% for 90 sec; 150% for 30 sec Bypass Overload Capacity 1000% for 10 ms; 125% for 10 min. 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 67: 4200Fa Efficiencies And Thermal Losses At Various Loads

    5 – SHORT TERM operation only (e.g. Brownouts). Operation at this level requires derating the maximum Operating Temperature to 95 °F ( 35 °C). 7.10 4200FA Efficiencies and Thermal Losses at Various Loads The tables below list typical efficiency at 100% load, and thermal loss at various loads, for the 15/25/30/50kVA units in three configurations: •...
  • Page 68: 7.10.2 Efficiency With Input Transformer

    50 kVA w/ 2 Xfmr 100% Load 7169 10,468 14,338 22,588 75% Load 5893 8125 11,904 17,641 50% Load 4833 6069 8746 14,567 25% Load 3691 4481 6897 9290 0% Load 2730 4,077 4,892 6,403 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 69: Operating The Ups

    The batteries are maintained in a constantly charged state when the UPS is in the “Normal Operation Mode.” (Not available for LT units) Power Flow Bypass MCCB Output Input Isolating Converter Inverter Power Power XFMR Charger/ Chopper External Batteries Figure 8-1 Power flow in AC Input Mode 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 70: Bypass Mode

    UPS's Bypass circuit back to the Inverter circuit after removing the overload (see "Overload Operation"). (Not available for LT units) Power Flow Bypass MCCB Output Input Isolating Converter Inverter Power XFMR Power Charger/ Chopper External Batteries Figure 8-2 Power Flow in Bypass Mode 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 71: Bypass Mode For Optional Alternate Input Models

    Power Flow (Not available for LT units) Bypass Bypass Power MCCB Output Input Isolating Converter Inverter Power Power XFMR Charger Chopper External Batteries Figure 8-3 Power flow in Bypass mode for the Alternate Input Models 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 72: Battery Backup Mode

    This minimum level is the rated minimum voltage (V min). (Not available for LT units) Bypass MCCB Output Isolating Converter Inverter Power XFMR Charger/ Chopper External Batteries Figure 8-4 Power flow in battery backup mode 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 73: Battery Backup Time And Discharge Process

    Battery Backup Time and Discharge Process The UPS system, when used in conjunction with a TOSHIBA designed Battery System, is designed to provide several minutes of back-up time (Refer to the Battery System Manual for back-up times). These times are valid when the unit is operating under full load. When these models are operating at half load, the batteries can provide approximately 2 times the specified value.
  • Page 74: Battery Recharging

    Rated Battery Voltages 15/25/30 kVA 50 kVA Model Internal Internal Internal Internal Battery Battery Transformer Transformer V float 324.0 VDC 324 VDC V min 216 VDC 216 VDC I charge 4.0 A 10.0 A 11.5 Amps 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 75: Operator Interface

    Operator Interface Front Panel Display Layout The 4200FA UPS front panel is equipped with a Touchscreen display, three status LEDs, and three manual switches. Touch Screen Display Indicators On-Line /Fault Display Warning EPO (Emergency Bypass/On-Line Reset ACInput Power Off Switch)
  • Page 76: Operator Manual Controls

    Maintenance Bypass Rotary Switch Static Switch Bypass SYNC Inverter Converter Input Output AC Input AC Output MCCB Contactor Contactor 3Ph/4W 3Ph/4W TRIPPED High High Freq. Freq. Filter Filter DC Chopper/ Charger Figure 9-2 Effect of EPO Activation 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 77: Display Reset Switch

    Table 9.2 AUDIBLE ALARMS Condition Audible Pattern Any Fault (Intermittent buzz until fault clears) Switch to Backup (Single five-second buzz) Backup Operation (Intermittent buzz once every ten seconds) UPS Battery Shutdown Voltage (Batt. Voltage 79% Normal) 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 78 The buzzer can be disabled permanently by selecting the Settings tab then setting the parameter Buzzer Disable to Disable. This will disable the alarm so that no alarm sounds for any Fault or Warning condition. 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 79: Touch Screen Display

    Menu TABS - Top level menu. Touch a Tab to activate the display mode Data display area Update - Displays current status and operation hints. Footer Bar - Displays Faults, Warnings, and UPS Operating Mode. 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 80: Header Bar

    Fault - Displays last fault sensed by UPS. A Fault causes the UPS to switch to bypass and it will not automatically reset. Warning - Displays last warning sensed by UPS. Multiple frequent warnings of the same type may induce a fault condition. UPS Mode - Selected operating mode. 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 81: Touch Screen Controls

    Quick View Selector (press for Quick View, press again for Normal View) The Quick Access Toolbar allows the operator easily perform routine commands. The Quick Access ToolBar buttons and their function are listed in Table 9.7. 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 82: Table 9.7 Quick Access Toolbar Controls

    OFF disables all touchscreen areas except the TOUCH button. Quick View On/Off Selector - Press to toggle between Normal view and Quick view. Quick view displays a simultaneous summary of the Input/Output/Bypass/DC Voltages and Currents 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 83: 4200Fa Touchscreen Menu Tree

    9.11 4200FA Touchscreen Menu Tree Below is a menu tree for the 4200FA touchscreen display. • Quick Access Toolbar buttons allow immediate control of important functions. • Menu Tabs allow access to varying degrees of detailed information concerning the UPS operation, performance and parameters.
  • Page 84: Toolbar: Security

    Bus can be viewed by pressing the Q. VIEW button (Button will display Q. VIEW ON). The illustration below highlights the critical features of the Quick View display. Exit Quick View by pressing the Q. VIEW button again. (Button will display Q. VIEW OFF) 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 85: Table 9.8 Quick View Display Layout

    Changes current display mode: Press repeatedly to display alternately the current in Amps (A), or as a % of rated current (%). The highlighted icon indicates the current display mode. Displays DC Bus voltage, Battery voltage, and Battery discharge current. Figure 9-10 Quick View Display Layout 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 86: Main Tab

    The Main tab displays the UPS Serial Number and Typeform. Figure 9-11 MAIN Tab Table 9.9 MAIN Tab Components Function Serial Number - UPS Serial Number Typeform - UPS typeform Information Bar - Randomly displays status, helpful hints, and acronym definitions every two seconds. 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 87: Monitor Tab

    See the Mimic Display current Flow Indicator illustration on the following page. Figure 9-12 illustrates the data displayed when the corresponding button is pressed. Figure 9-12 Monitor Tab Display Options 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 88: Setup Tab

    The SETUP tab allows the user to adjust certain UPS parameters. The setup tab shows 12 buttons. Inactive buttons are indicated with a “x” in the lower right-hand corner of the button. Figure 9-14, right, shows a typical SETUP button. 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 89: Table 9.10 Setup Parameter Categories

    Pressing an active button will cause a list of parameters to be displayed (See previous page). Pressing a listed parameter will activate a display appropriate to the parameter selections available If the parameter cannot be edited at the current security level, the display will not change. If the parameter can be edited 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 90: Table 9.11 Touchscreen Kieypad Identification

    Set Keypad to write special characters ( , - : /) Write Write information (Enter) (Pressing Quit without first pressing Write will cause the newly entered data to be lost. Quit Exit Keypad Figure 9-15 Setup Keypad 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 91: Setup: Calibrating The Touchscreen

    (See Figure 9-16.) After the touchscreen has been recalibrated, the display will indicate that the calibration routine has passed. Press Quit to return to the main display. (See Figure 9-16 - C.) Figure 9-16 Touch Screen Calibration 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 92: Record Tab

    Every time the UPS switches to and from 16 records before overwrite backup, the time and date are recorded. Fault Every time a fault occurs, the date, time 16 records before overwrite and fault is recorded. 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 93: Help Tab

    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. 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 94: Table 9.13 System Fault Messages

    1 hr. of inverter shutdown. Try restarting. If condition re-occurs plan for total shutdown and call for service. Current Limit – UPS not Contact the nearest Toshiba authorized representative for within specifications. service. Charger Overvoltage –...
  • Page 95: System Warning Messages

    RemotEye III Uplink error. Contact the nearest Toshiba authorized representative for service. RO2EEER ROM to EE error. Contact the nearest Toshiba authorized representative for service. System overheat. Contact the nearest Toshiba authorized representative for service. 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 96: System Mode Messages

    No action needed. input. BYPEN Bypass Enable No action needed. DEFCAL Touchscreen is using default values instead No action needed. of calibrated values. DLYSTRTUP Delay Start – UPS is counting down prior to No action needed. startup. 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 97 Input and output are synchronized. TIMEDSD UPS is counting down prior to shutdown. Immediately shut down the load equipment in an orderly fashion and then press the STOP key. A warning has occurred. See Warning record. 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 98: 10 Ups Operation

    10 UPS Operation The 4200FA UPS is hardwired to both utility power and the critical loads. The two main operating states • On-Line with the UPS providing clean power to the load. • Bypass, where the power is routed around the converter-inverter of the UPS and fed directly to the load.
  • Page 99: Stopping The Ups

    This safety feature enables quick shutdown of the UPS AC output and battery circuits. Usually the EPO switch is installed in a central location that is easily accessible to personnel concerned with the operation of the UPS and the equipment connected to it. 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 100: Audible Alarm Functions

    Alternatively, the audible alarm can also be silenced by selecting the Settings tab, and then set the Buzzer Silent parameter to “Disable.” This will turn off the audible alarm for the current alarm status, but the audible alarm will still sound when the next Fault/Warning condition occurs. 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 101: Initial Battery Charge

    “BYPASS” position. 2) Switch on the power at the customer-provided UPS input distribution panel. 3) Switch the UPS Circuit Breaker(s) to "ON." The AC Input LED will light. The touchscreen should display the MAIN tab: 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 102: Shutdown Procedure

    5. When the EPO (Emergency Power Off) switch, located on the front panel (or from a remote located EPO switch) is pushed, the Circuit Breaker is tripped and power is removed from the UPS and to any attached loads. All LED’s are "off" and the touchscreen goes blank. 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 103: Maintenance Bypass Procedure

    Bypass Switch until the touchscreen indicates the unit is in BYPASS Mode. 4) Locate the maintenance bypass rotary cam switch (middle of inner front panel of the UPS); slowly rotate the cam switch clockwise to the “BYPASS MODE” position. 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 104: 10.9.3 Switch From Maintenance Bypass To Ups

    (For the 25/50kVA 4200FA Base models, see Section 6.17 Note) 5) Turn off MCCB breaker labeled “MAIN POWER SWITCH." The unit is now in the Maintenance Bypass mode and may be serviced. For units with internal transformers, except the Base models, the transformers are still energized.
  • Page 105: Equalize Charge Mode Select

    10.11 Equalize Charge Mode Select Contact Toshiba Customer Support toll free at 1-877-867-8773 before using this option. DAMAGE to the battery system may occur if this option is used improperly. 10.12 Overload Operation When the UPS is operating and an overload condition is detected: 1.
  • Page 106: System Protection Functions

    VBLO VBSD OUTPUT OVERLOAD Battery is 80% Battery Shutdown Level Cause Load Inrush current Depleted reached Operation Mode Shutdown: If Bypass ok, transfer to bypass; if not, current-limit Battery Discharge mode after Fault No Output 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 107: 12 Start-Up / Scheduled Maintenance / Part Replacement

    11. Internal/External Maintenance Bypass: This verifies the proper operation of the Maintenance Bypass. 12.2 Preventive Maintenance The 4200FA Uninterruptible Power Systems have been designed to provide years of trouble-free operation requiring a minimum of preventive maintenance. 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 108: Parts Replacement

    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. Schedule authorized TOSHIBA service centers to perform an internal parts inspection semi-annually.
  • Page 109: 13 External Dimensions / Shipping Dimensions / Weights

    13 External Dimensions / Shipping Dimensions / Weights 13.1 External Dimensions 13.1.1 Dimensions – 15/25/30 kVA with Casters 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 110 36.3 in. (922 mm) 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 111: 13.1.2 Dimensions - 15/25/30 Kva Without Casters

    13.1.2 Dimensions – 15/25/30 kVA without Casters 4.1 in. (104 mm) Floor to Conduit knockout plate 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 112: 13.1.3 Dimensions - 50Kva With Casters

    13.1.3 Dimensions – 50kVA with casters 35.5 in. 59.3 in. 4.5 in. (114 mm) Floor to Conduit 38.3 in. knockout plate 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 113: 13.1.4 Dimensions - 50Kva Without Casters

    13.1.4 Dimensions – 50kVA without Casters 4.9 in. (125 mm) (LT version does not have the middle C-channel skid) Floor to Conduit knockout plate 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 114: Shipping Dimensions And Weights

    633 lb (287 kg) 739 lb (335 kg) 50 kVA 1221 lb (554 kg) 2548 lb (1156 kg) 13.3 Cabinet Color All UPS cabinets are colored “White-Gray” Trimite C09079PA80123 Beige, Eggshell Texture (or Sherwin Williams HHT2-70055079 Beige Texture.) 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 115: Appendix A - Seismic Anchorages

    APPENDIX A – Seismic Anchorages 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
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  • Page 119: Appendix B - Installation Planning Guides

    13. Ratings of wires and overcurrent devices are suggested minimums. Consult with a registered Professional Engineer within your local area for proper size selections. TOSHIBA INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION 13131 West Little York Road Houston, TX 77041 Telephone: 800.231.1412; 713.466.0277 Fax: 713.896.5212 Corporate Web Site: www.tic.toshiba.com Group Web Site: www.toshibaups.com 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 120 60 A (1) x 6 / (1) x 4 90 A (1) x 3 / (1) x 1 110 A (1) x 2 / (1) x 1 175 A (1) x 2/0 / (1) 250 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 121 60 A (1) x 6 / (1) x 4 90 A (1) x 3 / (1) x 1 110 A (1) x 2 (1) x 3/0 175 A (1) x 2/0 / (1) x 250 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 122 30 A (1) x 8 / (1) x 8 50 A (1) x 8 / (1) x 4 60 A (1) x 6 / (1) x 3 100 A (1) x 3 / (1) x 2/0 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 123 60 A (1) x 6 / (1) x 4 90 A (1) x 3 / (1) x 1 110 A (1) x 2 / (1) x 1 175 A (1) x 2/0 / (1) x 250 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 124 60 A (1) x 6 / (1) x 4 90 A (1) x 3 / (1) x 1 110 A (1) x 2 / (1) x 1 175 A (1) x 2/0 / (1) x 250 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 125 25 A (1) x 10 / (1) x 8 40 A (1) x 8 / (1) x 6 45 A (1) x 8 / (1) x 4 75 A (1) x 4 / (1) x 2 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 126 60 A (1) x 6 / (1) x 4 90 A (1) x 3 / (1) x 1 110 A (1) x 2 / (1) x 1 175 A (1) x 2/0 / (1) x 250 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 127: Appendix C - 4200 Fa Parameter Definitions

    Input Frequency (B) Freq (B) 600 for 60.0 Hz, 500 for 50.0 Hz. UPS will send you one decimal point and format it according to decimal points 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 128 Output Line to Neutral Voltage (AN) Voltage (AN) Output Line to Neutral Voltage (BN) Voltage (BN) Output Line to Neutral Voltage (CN) Voltage (CN) Output Phase Current (A) Current (A) Output Phase Current (B) Current (B) 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 129 Power W % (Total) Output Power Factor Power Factor No of Output Line No of Output Line Rated Line to Line Output Voltage Rated Voltage L-L Rated Line to Neutral Output Voltage Rated Voltage L-N 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 130 Voltage % (B) Percentage of Line to Line and Line to Neutral Voltage are the same Bypass Voltage % (C) Voltage % (C) Percentage of Line to Line and Line to Neutral Voltage are the same 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 131 Auto Test Interval Battery Test at Startup Batt Test @startup Equalized Power Failure Duration PFail Dur. Equal Number of Batteries in Series No Batt(Series) Number of Batteries in Parallel No Batt(Paral) Rated Ampere Hour Rated AHr 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 132 UPS Status (Comm) UPS Status(Comm) Service Port Baud Rate Srv Port Baud 0 - 9600 1 - 19200 2 - 38400 3 - 57600 4 - 115200 RMTI3 Port Baud Rate RMTI3 Port Baud 0 - 9600 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 133 Line (4200FA) Y - uC Projects (M - Main, S - Sub, D - Display) FV - Firmware Version MM - Major version RRR - Minor version Note: Only display can write. Others, read only. 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 134 255 - Disable” Expert Mode Expert Mode 0 - Enable 255 - Disable” UI Tone Duration UI Tone Duration RemotEye Installation Date REye Ins Dat YYYYMMDD Note: Only RemoteEye III can write. Others, read only.“ 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 135 2: Link Up Note: Only RemoteEye III can write. Others, read only.” RemotEye Network Link Status Sreye Netlink 0: Unknown 1: Link Down 2: Link Up Note: Only RemoteEye III can write. Others, read only.” 4200FA Installation and Operation Manual...
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  • Page 138 INDUSTRIAL DIVISION 13131 West Little York Rd., Houston, TX 77041 Tel: 713/466-0277 Fax 713/466-8773 US 877/867-8773 Canada 800/872-2192 Mexico 01/800/527-1204 www.toshiba.com/ind Printed in the U.S.A.