A prompt screen is displayed during the operation of the system to alert you to certain conditions
and/or to require your confirmation of a command or other operation. See Table 5 for the system
prompts and meanings.
Prompts and meanings
Mains Power Restored
UPS Return From A Low Battery Condition
UPS Return From Battery Mode
UPS Self Test Successful
UPS Shutdown Command Received
UPS Turn Off
UPS Turn On
UPS Shutdown Process Had Been
ECO Mode Enabled
ECO Mode Disabled
UPS Internal Temperature Return To
UPS Load Return From Overload
Load On Inverter
Load On ECO Bypass
OUTLET1 Closed Auto / Manual
OUTLET1 Open Auto / Manual
OUTLET2 Closed Auto / Manual
OUTLET2 Open Auto / Manual
Bypass Power Restored
All UPS warning messages are described in Table 6.
Mains Power Not Available
UPS Batteries Low And Exhausted Soon
UPS Has Switched To Battery Mode
Load On Bypass
Input Power Wiring Error
Bypass Power Not Available
UPS Maintenance Bypass Output
The mains power returns and the UPS transfers back to mains (AC)
The UPS transfers back to mains (AC) mode from battery low mode.
The UPS transfers back to mains (AC) mode from battery mode.
The UPS self-test is successfully performed.
The UPS shut down was initiated through communication.
The UPS shuts down and has no output power.
The UPS starts up successfully and supplies protected power to the
The shutdown command sent through Liebert MultiLink or SNMP
card to the UPS is canceled,
The UPS is configured to ECO mode operation,
The UPS is configured to Online mode, supplying protected power to
the load through the inverter.
The internal temperature of the UPS recovers to normal range.
The loads are reduced, and the UPS recovers to normal state from
The inverter is on and supplies protected power to the load.
The UPS is on ECO mode; the mains is supplying power to the load
directly to reduce energy usage.
The programmable output receptacle 1 received a turn-off command
and is turned Off.
The programmable output receptacle 1 received a Turn-On
command and is turned On
The programmable output receptacle 2 received a Turn-Off
command and is turned Off.
The programmable output receptacle 2 received a turn-on command
and is turned On.
The bypass power recovered and the UPS can now transfer to
The mains power is not available, or it cannot satisfy the input
requirements for the UPS to operate from mains power
The battery capacity is low and will be exhausted soon
The mains power is abnormal or the PFC side is faulty, the UPS
transfers back to Battery mode
The UPS transfers to Bypass mode, at this point, the input mains
power supplies power to the load directly, and the load is not protected
L-N line reverse or PE not connected.
The bypass power is not available, or it cannot satisfy the requirements
for the UPS transfers to bypass
The UPS transfers to maintenance bypass.
Operation and Display Panel