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Preparing the Site Table 1: Component Weights WARNING: To reduce the risk of electrical shock or personal Item Weight injury while performing this procedure, use a Lockout/Tagout Chassis 17.2 kg (38 lb) procedure to isolate the UPS from the AC branch circuit (AC Battery modules (2) 33.6 kg (74 lb) each mains).
Tools and Materials Required 2. Use the rack template tool to measure and mark the screw locations for the rails on the front and rear of the rack. The following tools are needed: • #3 Phillips screwdriver bit • Metric tools —...
5. Secure the chassis to the rack using the screws and cage nuts 5. Insert the back screws into the cage nuts that were installed in supplied with the rack. step 3. NOTE: After installing the ERM chassis, insert remaining screws for additional support, if any screw holes are unoccupied.
8. Insert the right battery module (1) and connect the battery 11. Remove the terminal block cover from the UPS. Remove the module connector to the connector in the ERM chassis (2) screws (1), release the cover (2), and remove the cover (3). Set through the rear opening.
14. Connect the ERM to the UPS with the ERM-to-UPS power cable set included with the ERM kit. In order, connect the green/yellow cable (1) and torque the nut to 25 in-lbs (A) on the UPS and 75 in-lbs on the ERM (B). Connect the black cable (2) and torque the nuts to 160 in-lbs.
Completing the ERM Assembly 20. Insert the screws to hold the battery modules in place. Attaching the Bezels 1. Attach the front panel of the ERM chassis with two screws. 21. Replace the electrical access cover on the rear of the ERM chassis.