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Neutral To Ground Filter Jumper; Disconnect Switch Connections; Verification And Power Up - Total Protection Solutions ServiceTrack ST 080 Operating Instructions Manual

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3. Neutral to Ground Filter Jumper

All ServiceTrack ST models with enhanced transient filter, "-F" suffix, (which have a neutral connection) come with a green
jumper wire, which loops out of the epoxy and connects the filter from neutral to ground. In certain medical applications or
circuits which employ or contain Ground Fault Circuit Interrupting protection, this Neutral to Ground filter connection
should be removed to avoid any nuisance tripping the breaker.
WARNING: Prior to proceeding, ensure the SPD unit is fully disconnected and does not have voltage applied
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to its input terminals.
Removal is accomplished by cutting the green jumper wire. Once cut, both ends should be properly separated and insulated
to prevent the ends from making inadvertent electrical contact.

4. Disconnect Switch Connections

See the ServiceTrack ST Disconnect Switch Installation and Operations Manual for the proper connection methods.

5. Verification and Power Up

WARNING: It is recommended that the cover of the ServiceTrack ST unit along with its associated cabling be
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installed prior to applying power. The monitoring harness, which exits the epoxy and connects to J2 on
the monitor board, contains line voltage when power is applied to the unit.
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Fig. 8 Standard Monitoring
For Standard Units
Verify that all "Phase Protection Status" indicating lights are illuminated.
The "Check System" indicating light illuminates only upon failure of one or
more phases (indicating an alarm condition). Audible alarm should not
operate under normal conditions. The audible alarm can be "muted" by
pressing the "ALARM SILENCE" button, which subsequently will illuminate
the "ALARM SILENCED" light. Pressing the "ALARM SILENCE" button
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Fig. 9 Surge Counter Option
For Units with Surge Counter Monitoring "-B" Option
The number of surges detected by the SPD is displayed on an eight-digit
LCD display on the front of the ServiceTrack ST door. The LCD counter
is battery backed to maintain the number of surges even during a power
loss. Press the button on the counter to reset the surge count.
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