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• 431B - TOSHIBA BATTERY CABINET
• 431M - MAINTENANCE BYPASS SWITCH
Part # 64525-004
August 2013
Manufactured in the USA
© Copyright 2013 TOSHIBA International Corporation
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UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SYSTEM (UPS)
Ancillary Cabinets

INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL

4300 SERIES
THREE PHASE - 30-50 KVA

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  • Page 1: Installation And Operation Manual

    UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SYSTEM (UPS) 4300 SERIES Ancillary Cabinets • 431A - TOSHIBA AUXILIARY CABINET • 431B - TOSHIBA BATTERY CABINET • 431M - MAINTENANCE BYPASS SWITCH INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL THREE PHASE - 30-50 KVA Part # 64525-004 August 2013 Manufactured in the USA ©...
  • Page 2 4300 Series Ancillary Cabinets Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 3 UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SYSTEM (UPS) 4300 SERIES Ancillary Cabinets • 431A - TOSHIBA AUXILIARY CABINET • 431B - TOSHIBA BATTERY CABINET • 431M - MAINTENANCE BYPASS SWITCH INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL THREE PHASE - 30/50 KVA Part # 64525-004 August 2013...
  • 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 (Ups)

    UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SYSTEM (UPS) Please complete the following information and retain for your records. 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 Toshiba International 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

    10.3 EQUIPMENT WARNING LABELS..........25 10.9 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS ..........26 10.5 Anchor the 431A Cabinet .............28 10.6 Join the Auxiliary Cabinet with the UPS ........29 10.7 Join the 431A Cabinet with the 431M .........30 4300 Series Ancillary Cabinets Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 8 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS ..........54 13.5 Place the 431M Cabinet ..............56 13.6 Join the 431M Cabinet with the UPS ..........57 13.7 Join the 431A Cabinet with the 431M .........58 13.8 MBS Operation ................59 431A MBS/PDU (Distribution) ..............61 Optional Kickplate Installation ...............63 External Layouts/Dimensions ..............67...
  • Page 9: Introduction

    Introduction This manual provides information on how to safely install and operate your 4300 Series acessory cabinets. This manual includes a section of general safety instructions that describes the warning labels and symbols that are used throughout the manual. Read the manual completely before installing, operating, or performing maintenance on this equipment.
  • Page 10: 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 11: Signal Words

    Signal Words The signal words listed below are used throughout this manual. When the words DANGER, WARNING, CAUTION and ATTENTION are used in this manual they will include important safety information that must be carefully followed. The word DANGER in capital letters preceded by DANGER the safety alert symbol indicates that an imminently hazardous situation exists, and if not avoided...
  • Page 12: Factory Authorized Personnel

    Factory Authorized Personnel Factory authorized personnel have been factory trained and certified to install, service, and repair the UPS. Contact the Toshiba Customer Support Center for assistance in locating the factory authorized personnel nearest you. Important Safety Instructions Maximum Operating Temperatures The following contains important instructions that should be followed during the installation, operation, and maintenance of the 4300 Series UPS Ancillary cabinets.
  • Page 13: Battery Safety

    Battery Safety The following contains important instructions that should be followed during the installation, operation, and maintenance of the 4300 Series UPS Battery Cabinets. DANGER A battery can present a risk of electrical shock and high short circuit current. To be performed by Qualified Personnel only. Verify that the UPS is off and that the power is disconnected from the power source.
  • Page 14: Safety Precautions

    (computer, personal equipment, office equipment, measuring equipment, industrial robotics, domestic appliances, etc.). These Toshiba products are neither intended nor warranted for use in equipment that, if a malfunction or failure occurs, may result in loss of human life or bodily injury (collectively referred to as “Unintended Usage”).
  • Page 15: Transporting

    Transporting WARNING DO NOT tilt the ancillary cabinet more than 10° from upright position. Tilting the ancillary cabinet more than 10° may cause crushing, trapping or other personal injuries. CAUTION DO NOT transport, move, store, or place the ancillary cabinet on its sides.
  • Page 16: Transporting By Forklift

    DO NOT tilt UPS when lifting and/or transporting. Minimize the impact when lowering the ancillary cabinet to the floor. Insert the forks here 7 in. 13.7 in. 7 in. 431A/B/M Ancillary Cabinet: Side View - Fork Access Dimensions in Channel Base Figure 4.1 - Transporting by Forklift 4300 Series Ancillary Cabinets Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 17: Inspection/Storage

    Inspection/Storage Inspection Upon receipt of the ancillary cabinet, an inspection for shipping damage should be performed. Use caution when removing the unit from the pallet. Refer to labels or documentation attached to packing material. Unpacking Check the unit for loose, broken, bent or otherwise damaged parts. If damage has occurred during shipping, keep all original crating and packing materials for return to the shipping agent.
  • Page 18: Installation Precautions

    Electrical shock, injury or ancillary cabinet failure may occur if non- authorized technicians attempt to modify or relocate the UPS. Please contact Toshiba Customer Support Center if you plan to move or make modifications to the UPS 4300 Series Ancillary Cabinets Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 19 WARNING METAL CONDUIT IS NOT AN ACCEPTABLE GROUND. Conductor Routing and Grounding 1) Use separate metal conduits for routing the input power, output power, and control circuits. 2) Follow the wire size and tightening torque specifications. 3) Always ground the unit to reduce the potential for electrical shock and to help reduce electrical noise.
  • Page 20: Wiring/Connection

    Wiring/Connection WARNING Perform wiring and connections with correct polarity. Be careful when connecting the UPS to the DC backup system. A wrong connection may cause damage to the UPS, DC backup system, or charger. Connect ONLY one (1) ground wire to the earth ground terminal. A missing ground wire may cause an electrical shock hazard.
  • Page 21: Warning Labels

    Each ancillary cabinet section shows representative warning labels for that unit. See Sections 9.-3, 10-2, and 11-2. NOTICE Make sure all the warning labels are installed in the appropriate locations. If a label is missing or illegible, contact Toshiba Customer Support Center or an authorized representative. 4300 Series Ancillary Cabinets Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 22: Storage/Operating Environment

    Storage/Operating Environment Storage Environment Observe the following when storing the ancillary cabinets. • Store ancillary cabinet indoors. • Temperature fluctuations should be minimized. • The optimal storage temperature range is 68 – 77 °F (20 – 25° C). • A maximum temperature range of 32 – 104 °F (0 – 40 °C) should be observed. •...
  • Page 23 Toshiba support for guidance in over sizing the UPS for locked-rotor current. 5) DO NOT insert metal objects or combustible materials in the ventilation slots of the ancillary cabinet.
  • Page 24: Maintenance Precautions

    3) The maximum ambient operating temperature is 90 °F (32 °C) for 4300 systems having the Battery Cabinet, and 104 °F (40 °C) for 4300 systems without 4) Only factory authorized personnel should service the UPS. Contact Toshiba for the nearest authorized service center.
  • Page 25: Installation

    Installation WARNING Keep the SPECIFIED CLEARANCE around the ancillary cabinets. Inadequate space around the UPS makes it difficult to perform maintenance/inspections, lead to insufficient ventilation, and/or will cause malfunctions. See Figure 10.1 - UPS Clearance DO NOT tilt the ancillary cabinet more than 10° from upright position. Tilting the UPS more than 10° may cause crushing, trapping or other personal injuries.
  • Page 26: Unpacking

    Do not remove the fan covers until UPS start up. The fan covers should be removed by factory authorized personnel. Packing materials should be disposed by the appropriate means. • Immediately report any abnormalities to Toshiba Customer Support Center or an authorized representative. UPS Clearance Maintain the indicated clearance during installation.
  • Page 27: Anchor Bolts

    (1/2 in (12 MM)) 4 bolt holes 4 x 0.63 in. (16 mm) (Side View) diameter bolt holes FIGURE 8.2 ANCHOR BOLT INSTALLATION DETAIL 431A/431B 431M 4 x 0.63 in. Dia. (16 mm) 4 x 0.63 in. Dia. (16 mm) Back Back 26.7 in..
  • Page 28: Grounding Wire

    The resistance to ground should be 10 ohms or less. The earth grounding bus for 431A and 431B are located inside, at the bottom-left front of each cabinet. The earth grounding bus for 431M is located on the right side wall just above the inter-cabinet access port.
  • Page 29: 4300 Series Overview

    IT black, while occupying a minimal footprint for the delivered capacity and capability. The ancillary units should be installed in the relative order shown below.. Toshiba Battery Cabinet 4300 UPS Maintenance Bypass Switch (MBS Cabinet)
  • Page 30 Fuse 4300 Series Ancillary Cabinets Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 31: 431A - Toshiba Auxiliary Cabinet

    4300 UPS Trans- former (208V AC Input Wye) Output 3Φ-3W 0r 3Φ-3W or 3Φ-4W 3Φ-4W Figure 9-3b - 431A Auxiliary Cabinet with one transformer and PDP 431A Maintenance Bypass Switch 4300 UPS Output UPS Input Isolation Isolation AC Input Output 3Φ-3W 0r 3Φ-4W 3Φ-3W or...
  • Page 32: 431A - Toshiba Auxiliary Cabinet

    431A - Toshiba Auxiliary Cabinet Part Fan Module (Hot Swappable) Toshiba Label Air Filter Grill Thumb Screws Air Filter Grill (Front Accessible) Top Cable Access Plate Side Cable Access Plates Bottom Cable Access Plate TB-2 TB-1 Ground Bus Input Transformer...
  • Page 33: Alternative Configurations

    10.2 Alternative Configurations The 431A has three additional modules that can be integrated into the unit: Maintenance bypass panel (MBS) with mechanical interlock secured by a solenoid release. 12 pole Power Distribution Unit (PDU) 2, 3, or 4 Breaker Sub-feed Panel...
  • Page 34: Installation Instructions

    Ancillary cabinet terminals, Maintenance Bypass Switch terminals, or UPS terminals. The Toshiba Auxiliary Cabinet (431A) can be used in either of two arrangements. 431A with the 4300 UPS, or 431A with the 431M and the 4300 UPS.
  • Page 35 4300 Series Ancillary Cabinets Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 36: Anchor The 431A Cabinet

    10.5 Anchor the 431A Cabinet The 431A Cabinet has four mounting holes to anchor the unit after is has been set in place. See Figure 10-4. Verify the Right Side Access Plate of the 431A and the corresponding left side ac- cess plate of the 431M or 4300 UPS is removed before anchoring the unit.
  • Page 37: Join The Auxiliary Cabinet With The Ups

    4. Position the 431A cabinet to the left of and adjacent to the UPS Cabinet. 5. Align the four 0.63 in (14 mm) bolt holes on the right side of the 431A Cabinet with the matching four 14 mm bolt holes on the left side of the UPS Cabinet.
  • Page 38: Join The 431A Cabinet With The 431M

    4. Position the 431A cabinet to the left of and adjacent to the 431M Cabinet. 5. Align the four 14 mm bolt holes on the right side of the 431A Cabinet with the matching four 14 mm bolt holes on the left side of the 431M Cabinet.
  • Page 39 4300 Series Ancillary Cabinets Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 40: 431B - Toshiba Battery Cabinet

    431B - Toshiba Battery Cabinet Part Toshiba Label Door Latch Ventilation Grill Upper Battery Retention Plate MCCB1 - Upper Battery Section Breaker MCCB2 - Lower Battery Section Breaker Lower Battery Retention Plate Batteries Power Bus Stubs (+), (-) Ground Bus...
  • Page 41: Equipment Warning Labels

    DANGER WARNING AREA TEXT COLOR: ANSI WHITE CRITICAL FUSE SIZING 10-18KVA UPS THIS MATERIAL IS THE EXCLUSIVE PROPERTY OF TOSHIBA INTERNATIONAL TEXT AREA BACKGROUND COLOR: ANSI WHITE WARNING AREA Incorrect fuse replacement size CORPORATION AND SHALL NOT BE REPRODUCED, USED, OR DISCLOSED REV: This unit contains sealed lead acid batteries.
  • Page 42: Installation Instructions

    431B500008YR162: Six battery strings, four battery trays per string, three strings each in the upper and lower sections. NOTE: Battery trays are Toshiba P/N 60995. No more than two Toshiba 431B Battery Cabinets may be connected in parallel to the 4300 Series UPS. INSTRUCTIONS IMPORTANTES CONCERNANT LA SÉCURITÉ CONSERVER CES INSTRUCTIONS Cette notice contient des instructions importantes concernant la sécurté...
  • Page 43: Place The 431B Cabinet

    Verify the Left Side Access Plate of the 431B and the corresponding Right side ac- cess plate of the 4300 UPS are removed before anchoring the unit. NOTE: Ensure the 431B can be joined to the UPS before final anchoring of the 431A. Use four 3/8 in. -16 x 2 in long bolts to bolt the ancillary cabinet frames together.
  • Page 44: Join The Battery Cabinet With The Ups

    11.5 Join the Battery Cabinet with the UPS The Toshiba Battery Cabinet (431B) is equipped with four 14 mm mating holes located on the front and back of the left and right sides of the cabinet. 1. Ensure Battery Cabinet Breaker are OFF.
  • Page 45: Wire The Battery Cabinet To The Ups

    11.6 Wire the Battery Cabinet to the UPS 1. Select the DC power cables per Table 11.2 /Table 11.3. WARNING Switch the Battery Cabinet Circuit Breakers off before removing dead fronts. Failure to switch breakers off may result in electric shock, burns, personal injuries or UPS failure. 2.
  • Page 46: 431B Backup Runtime Tables

    1. Run the pre-wired shunt trip cable shown in Figure 11.7 from the 431B through the 431B/UPS cable access port located at the bottom left side of the 431B, to the UPS 24VDC power supply on the lower left side of the UPS. 2.
  • Page 47 4300 Series Ancillary Cabinets Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 48: Toshiba Battery Cabinet (W/ Hx-205) - 431Bx000Xxer111

    Toshiba Battery Cabinet (w/ HX-205) - 431Bx000xxER111 (431B300017ER111, 4318500008ER111) The -ER111 variation of the 431B battery cabinet uses high-capacity TRX205 battereis as an economical alternative to battery packs. Part Toshiba Label Door Latch Ventilation Grill Battery Retention Strap MCCB - Battery Cabinet...
  • Page 49: 431B Estimated Runtimes

    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 seri- ous injury, severe property and equipment damage, or death if the instructions are not followed.
  • Page 50 AMB 07-09 AMB 07-09 turned off and taken off line. 10-18KVA UPS THIS MATERIAL IS THE EXCLUSIVE PROPERTY OF TOSHIBA INTERNATIONAL Accidental contact with live parts can CORPORATION AND SHALL NOT BE REPRODUCED, USED, OR DISCLOSED REV: TO OTHERS UNLESS PRIOR WRITTEN AUTHORIZATION IS OBTAINED.
  • Page 51: Installation Safety Instruction

    / – output terminals before connecting the power cables between the UPS and Battery Cabinet. The Toshiba Battery Cabinet (431B) comes with a single circuit breaker accross a single string of 24 12V VLRA Batteries, delivering a nominal 288VDC. The 6 batteriesis on each connected are series, and eash shelf is con- nected th the next with Anderson Connectors.
  • Page 52: Place The 431B Cabinet

    Verify the Left Side Access Plate of the 431B and the corresponding Right side ac- cess plate of the 4300 UPS are removed before anchoring the unit. NOTE: Ensure the 431B can be joined to the UPS before final anchoring of the 431A. Use four 3/8 in. -16 x 2 in long bolts to bolt the ancillary cabinet frames together. See Section 12.5.
  • Page 53: Join The Battery Cabinet With The Ups

    12.5 Join the Battery Cabinet with the UPS The Toshiba Battery Cabinet (431B) is equipped with four (4) ea.14 mm mating holes located on the left and right sides of the cabinet vertical frame members. 1. Ensure Battery Cabinet Breaker are OFF.
  • Page 54: Wire The Battery Cabinet To The Ups

    11.6 Wire the Battery Cabinet to the UPS 1. Select the DC power cables per Table 12.2 /Table 12.3. WARNING Switch the Battery Cabinet Circuit Breaker OFF Before Cabling the Battery Cabinet. Failure to switch breakers off may result in electric shock, burns, personal injuries or UPS failure.
  • Page 55: 431Bx000Xxer111 Backup Runtime Tables

    4300 Series UPS 431B (Battery Shunt Trip & Aux 1) 3 4 7 8 1 2 7 8 AC IN AC OUT (DC Power) U V W U V W Power Input/ Output Cables Figure 12-7 - 431B DC and Breaker Cable Connections 1.
  • Page 56 4300 Series Ancillary Cabinets Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 57 4300 Series Ancillary Cabinets Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 58: 431M - Mbs Cabinet Installation Guide

    431M - MBS Cabinet Installation Guide Part Toshiba Label UPS On-Line Indicator Door Latch Door Lock-Out/Tag-Out Hasp Top Cable Access Plate Side Cable Access Plates Bottom Cable Access Plate (Not Shown) Cabinet Mate-up Points (4 per Side) MBS Bus Stubs...
  • Page 59 Part Top Cable Access Plate Side Cable Access Plate (removed) Bottom Cable Access Plate MBS Bus Stubs - Utility Input MBS Bus Stubs - UPS Input MBS Bus Stubs - UPS Output MBS Bus Stubs - Output to Load CB1 (UPS Input Isolation Breaker) CB2 (Bypass Breaker) CB3 (UPS Output Isolation Breaker) Forklift Access...
  • Page 60: Equipment Warning Labels

    DANGER LABEL BC 6-10-98 TF 8-2-06 TF 8-2-06 FULL MULTIPLE SOURCES THIS MATERIAL IS THE EXCLUSIVE PROPERTY OF TOSHIBA INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION AND SHALL NOT BE REPRODUCED, USED, OR DISCLOSED REV: TO OTHERS UNLESS PRIOR WRITTEN AUTHORIZATION IS OBTAINED. DRAWING NO.: 48082 DATE 13131 WEST LITTLE YORK ROAD, HOUSTON, TX 77041 U.S.A.
  • Page 61: Important Safety Instructions

    13.3 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS This manual contains important instructions that should be followed during the installation, maintenance, and operation of the MBS to assure safe and proper operation. 1. Turn off, lockout, and tagout all power sources before connecting the power wiring to the equipment or when performing maintenance.
  • Page 62: Installation Instructions

    Verify all power is removed from the UPS and power cables prior connecting the power cables to the Auxiliary Cabinet terminals, Maintenance Bypass Switch terminals, or UPS terminals. The Toshiba Maintenance Bypass Cabinet (431M) can be used in either of two arrangements: •...
  • Page 63 Short Barrel CLND-250-12-134 Long Barrel Yellow CSWD -250-12-134 Short Barrel CLND-300-12-134 Long Barrel White CSWD -300-12-134 Short Barrel CLND-350-12-134 Long Barrel CSWD -350-12-134 Short Barrel Go to Section Place the 431A Cabinet. 4300 Series Ancillary Cabinets Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 64: Place The 431M Cabinet

    Four mounting bolt holes on the right side to secure the unit to the left side of the UPS. See Figure 13-5. • Four corresponding mounting bolt holes on the left side to secure the unit to the right side of the Auxil- iary Cabinet 431A, if available. • Four mounting bolt holes on the base to anchor the unit to the floor. See Figure 13.4. Use 1/2 in (12 mm) bolt to anchor the unit.
  • Page 65: Join The 431M Cabinet With The Ups

    13.6 Join the 431M Cabinet with the UPS The 431M is equipped with four 16 mm mating holes located on the front and back of the left and right sides of the cabinet. DANGER: HAZARDOUS VOLTAGES MAY EXIST. Verify all power is removed from the UPS and power cables prior connecting the power cables to the Auxiliary Cabinet terminals, Maintenance Bypass Switch terminals, or UPS terminals.
  • Page 66: Join The 431A Cabinet With The 431M

    4. Position the 431A cabinet to the left of and adjacent to the 431M Cabinet. 5. Align the four 16 mm bolt holes on the right side of the 431A Cabinet with the matching four 16 mm bolt holes on the left side of the 431M Cabinet.
  • Page 67: Mbs Operation

    1. Place the UPS in static bypass. The Bypass indicator light on the 431M should illuminate and the interlock solenoid will retract. NOTE: If the Bypass indicator light DOES NOT ILLUMINATE in bypass mode, contact Toshiba Field Service immediately. 2. Slide the Mechanical Interlock Plate to the center position as shown in Figure 13-8 B.
  • Page 68 4300 Series Ancillary Cabinets Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 69: 431A Mbs/Pdu (Distribution)

    431A MBS/PDU (Distribution) Purpose The 431A is available in a MPS/PDU configuration. This unit consiss of 12-pole PDU in the top section, and a SKRU (So- lenoid Key Release Unit) MBS below it. See figure 14.1. If one of the magnets does not latch firmly, or the spacing is too narrow, bend one or the other of the magnetic latch supports in or out as required to ensure a good fit. See Figure 14-1. Repeat Step 14-3 and 14-4 for the F/B kick plate at the back of the UPS.
  • Page 70 LOTO (Lock-Out Tag-Out) Hasp Both the PDP and the MBS come iequiipped iwth a LOTO Hasp that can be installed by the user. See Figure 14.2. The 12-pole PDP can be loaded with any combinhation of 1, 2, or 3 pole circuit breakers. The PDP panel door can be The 12-pole PDP can be loaded with any combinhation of 1, 2, or 3 pole circuit breakers.
  • Page 71: Optional Kickplate Installation

    Optional Kickplate Installation Purpose This Installation Guide shows how to correctly install the optional 4300 Series Kick Plates on the 4300 UPS, 431A Ancillary Cabinet, and the 431B Battery Cabinet. These instructions are also available in the Manuals for the respec- tive cabinets.
  • Page 72 STEP 2: Slide Side Plates in along C-Channel base. Facing the front of the UPS, slide a side kick plate with the smooth side facing out down along the left base C- channel skid until it is protruding about one inch in front of the UPS. See Figure 15-2. Repeat for the right C-channel skid.
  • Page 73 Completion When the kick plates are properly installed, the front panel will be nearly flush with the front (Figure 13-4). The side kick plate will be inset about a quarter inch from the vertical side plane (Figure 13-5), and the back F/B kick plate will extend out about a quarter inch beyond the vertical back plane of the UPS (Figure 13-6). Figure 15-4 Figure 15-5 Figure 15-6...
  • Page 74 The 4310-30/50-KP-B Kick Plate Kit contains one pair of F/B kick plates. This kit is required for each standard ad- ditional 4300 Series add on frame, such as the 431A and 431B. The 431M is already provided with a base skirt.
  • Page 75: External Layouts/Dimensions

    External Layouts/Dimensions Dimensional Data Table 16.1 - External Dimensions EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS Unit Height Width Depth 431A 73.7 in. (1872 mm) 22.1 in. (561 mm) 30.7 in. (779 mm) 431B 73.7 in. (1872 mm) 22.1 in. (561 mm) 30.7 in. (779 mm) 431M 73.7 in.
  • Page 76 4300 Series Ancillary Cabinets Installation and Operation Manual...
  • Page 78 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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