Fig. 11 Counter Option
STATUS: POWER PRESENT WHEN LIGHTS ARE ON
All Protection Online
Reduced Protection Online
(Consult Operation Manual)
Your ServiceTrack system does not require scheduled maintenance. The unit's heavy-duty construction is designed to provide
years of uninterrupted service.
One or more commercial-power status indicating
lights are off
The upstream circuit breaker is tripped
and cannot be reset
"MODULE STATUS" indicating light on ServiceTrack
door is illuminated RED
1. A bicolor (green/red) indicating light is available on the
side of each module to help you visually identify the failed
module(s). Carefully open the ServiceTrack door while the
power is still applied to the suppressor and visually identify
the module(s) with a side-mounted RED indicating light.
WARNING! HAZARDOUS VOLTAGES ARE PRESENT
WITHIN THE SUPPRESSOR ENCLOSURE. USE
EXTREME CAUTION WHEN PERFORMING THIS TASK.
2. Remove input power to ServiceTrack by disconnecting
the upstream overcurrent protection device. Verify that
the circuits are de-energized by using a voltage tester.
The indicating lights on the suppressor should not be
illuminated at this time.
3. Using a standard flat-head screwdriver remove the hex
bolts (Part A), lock washers (Part B) and flat washers (Part
C) on the top module(s). You may need to remove the power
terminal lugs (Part D) before removing the bolts holding
4. Slide the failed module(s) out.
Note: There are small interconnect pins (Part E) between
modules. The pins are used to monitor the status of each
module. If the pins are not properly re-installed in next
step, indicating lights on the side of the modules will not
INSTALLATION, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
For Units with Surge Counter Monitoring Option
The number of surges detected by the suppressor is displayed on
an eight-digit LCD display on the front of the ServiceTrack door.
Verify that the input power feeding ServiceTrack is
energized using a voltage tester
Contact factory for assistance.
One or more suppression/filter modules may have
failed and need to be replaced. Follow the module
replacement procedures below.
Fig. 12 Module Replacement