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Toshiba UE3G2L036C61T Instruction Manual

Uninterruptible power system single phase – 3.6/ 6/8/10 /14/18 kva /1600ep series
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UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SYSTEM
SINGLE PHASE – 3.6/6/8/10/14/18 kVA
1600EP SERIES
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
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April 2003
Part # 55288-000
Manufactured in the USA

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  • Page 1 UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SYSTEM SINGLE PHASE – 3.6/6/8/10/14/18 kVA 1600EP SERIES INSTRUCTION MANUAL April 2003   Part # 55288-000 Manufactured in the USA...
  • Page 2 UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SUPPLY If additional information or technical assistance is required, please call Toshiba's marketing department toll free at (800) 231-1412 or write to: Toshiba International Corporation, 13131 W. Little York Road, Houston, TX 77041-9990. Please complete the following information for your records and to remain within this equipment...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    TOSHIBA TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION PAGE Disclaimer ....................3 Table of Contents ..................4 - 5 Introduction ....................6 General Safety Instructions................7 Important Safety Instructions ............... 8 - 9 Product Description................... 10 Theory of Operation ................10 Application and Use................10 Power Backup ..................
  • Page 4: Section Page

    TOSHIBA TABLE OF CONTENTS (Cont'd) SECTION PAGE Operating the UPS (cont'd) ..............24 Operation Modes ..................24 AC Input Mode (normal operation) ............ 24 Circuit Bypass Mode ................. 24 Battery Backup Mode ................ 25 EPO (Emergency Power Off) Function........... 25 Audible Alarm Functions.................
  • Page 5: Introduction

    The system protection features begin on page 42. The preventive maintenance and/or periodic parts replacement recommendations along with front, rear, and side panel layout views, dimensional data and shipping weights are also shown starting on page 44. TOSHIBA INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION...
  • Page 6: General Safety Instructions

    TOSHIBA GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Warnings in this manual appear in the following three ways: 1) Danger warnings - The danger warning symbol is an exclamation mark enclosed in a triangle which precedes the 3/16" high letters spelling the word "DANGER". The...
  • Page 7: Important Safety Instructions

    288Vdc 288Vdc Servicing of the batteries should only be performed by a qualified Toshiba Representative who is knowledgeable of batteries and the required precautions. Keep unauthorized personnel away from batteries. To arrange for battery replacement, contact your nearest Toshiba authorized service center.
  • Page 8 TOSHIBA IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (cont'd) A battery can present a risk of electrical shock and high short DANGER Observe the following when working on batteries: circuit current. 1) Verify that the UPS is off and that the power cord is disconnected from the power source.
  • Page 9: Product Description

    Application and Use Toshiba's 1600EP Series of on-line uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems provide continuous computer-grade ac power in a compact, high performance, and energy efficient unit. The UPS unit assures safe and reliable operation of critical office equipment. This can range from word processors and personal computers to mini-computers and local area networks.
  • Page 10: Inspection/Storage/Disposal

    It is illegal to dump lead-acid batteries in landfills or dispose of improperly. Please help our Earth by contacting the environmental protection agencies in your area, the battery manufacturer, or call Toshiba toll-free at (800) 231-1412 for more information about recycling.
  • Page 11: Precautions

    TOSHIBA CAUTION Precautions Installation Precautions Install the unit in a well-ventilated location; allow at least 10 cm (4 inches) on all sides for air ventilation and for maintenance. Install the unit in a stable, level, and upright position which is free of vibration.
  • Page 12: Ups Connections

    TOSHIBA UPS Connections Terminal Block The following illustration is a detail view of the terminal block and wiring connections used for 208/240 volt units (see pages 45-46 for terminal block location). Notes: 1) If ac input power is 240Vac rated, terminals 12 and 13 must be shorted by jumper wire...
  • Page 13: Communication Interface

    TOSHIBA UPS Connections Communication Interfaces Remote Contacts The remote interface is a standard feature and is available as solid state relay switch Contacts through a DB9 male connector located on the back side of the UPS (see pages 45- 46 for DB9 connector location). The following chart shows the solid-state relay pin assignment’s for each signal and the associated DB9 connector pinout.
  • Page 14: Ups Stop Signal Operation

    TOSHIBA UPS Connections Communication Interface (cont'd) UPS Stop Signal Operation When the UPS stop signal is sent to the UPS through pin 2 and 3 of the external contact interface, it is possible to automatically reset the following operating systems (OS), which...
  • Page 15: Rs-232C

    UPS (see pages 45-46 for DB9 connector location). This interface allows control of the UPS from a personal computer running special Toshiba software. The computer and the UPS are connected through a serial RS-232C communication port.
  • Page 16: Rs-232C Interface Communication Specifications

    11) Frame length (information message) RemotEye Network Card The RemotEye is an optional network card for Toshiba UPS. This card slides into a slot located on the back side (pages 45-46) of the UPS. The card provides a network, or LAN-based communication interface for the UPS.
  • Page 17: Specifications

    TOSHIBA UPS Specifications STANDARD MODELS Capacity 3.6kVA (3.1kW)* 6kVA (5.1kW)* 8kVA (6.8kW)* General Topology True On-line Certifications UL, CUL, ISO 9001, NEMA/PE1-1993 Input Characteristics Input Voltage Single-phase, 208/240 Vac, +10% to –30%* Input Frequency 45-65 Hz (auto-sensing) Input Capacity 3.6kVA...
  • Page 18 Battery Manufacturer Enersys Battery Type NPX-35 Toshiba’s Part Number for 51896 Battery Pack (*) Input/output figures rated for 240 volts. Output ratings given for 0.85PF are only valid when the input voltage is greater than 204 volts; otherwise, ratings given for 0.70PF are applicable.
  • Page 19 TOSHIBA UPS Specifications STANDARD MODELS Capacity 10kVA (8.5kW)* 14kVA (11.9kW)* 18kVA (15.3kW)* General Topology True On-line Certifications UL, CUL, ISO 9001, NEMA/PE1-1993 Input Characteristics Input Voltage Single-phase, 208/240 Vac, +10% to –30%* Input Frequency 45-65 Hz (auto-sensing) Input Capacity 10kVA...
  • Page 20 Battery Manufacturer Enersys Battery Type NPX-35 Toshiba’s Part Number for 51896 Battery Pack (*)Input/output figures rated for 240 volts. Output ratings given for 0.85PF are only valid when the input voltage is greater than 204 volts; otherwise, ratings given for 0.70PF are applicable.
  • Page 21 TOSHIBA...
  • Page 22: Operating The Ups

    TOSHIBA Operating the UPS Battery Backup Time and Discharge Process The UPS batteries provide about 5-7 minutes of back-up time depending on the 1600EP unit kVA rating. These times are valid when the unit is operating under full load and at the rated power factor.
  • Page 23: Battery Recharging

    TOSHIBA Operating the UPS Battery Recharging The illustration below shows a graphical representation of the UPS battery recharge process after a full discharge. Charging Battery Current Charge Icharge Voltage Vmax Vmin Discharge Shut-off Point Fully Charged Time Period 2 Period 1 Period 3 The recharge process usually consists of three periods.
  • Page 24: Operation Modes

    TOSHIBA Operating the UPS Operation Modes AC Input Mode (normal operation) The following illustration shows circuit power flow when the UPS is operating normally in the ac input mode. The UPS rectifier, including a boost chopper circuit, converts ac input power to dc power. The boost chopper circuit maintains a constant voltage, with current limiting, for charging the batteries.
  • Page 25: Battery Backup Mode

    TOSHIBA Operating the UPS Operation Modes (Cont'd) Battery Backup Mode The following illustration shows power flow during the battery backup mode. When commercial ac power failures occur, the UPS's batteries instantly begin supplying dc voltage to the UPS's main inverter circuit. This circuit changes (inverts) the dc power into ac power.
  • Page 26: Audible Alarm Functions

    TOSHIBA Operating the UPS Audible Alarm Functions Audible alarms will sound when the UPS is in the battery backup mode, has a fault, has low battery voltage, or is in an overload condition. The following chart shows the audible alarm pattern durations for each condition.
  • Page 27: Display And Keys

    TOSHIBA Display and Keys Front Panel Layout Liquid crystal display screen (see page 26) Reset Shift Select Monitor Operating Cancel Stop Pushbutton (Typical-6) Light Emitting Diode (Typical-4) (see page 28) Keys Refer to this illustration for all UPS front panel operating procedures.
  • Page 28: Light Emitting Diode (Led) Displays

    TOSHIBA Display and Keys Light Emitting Diode (LED) Displays The following list describes the conditions for each LED lamp to be "on" or “off”. Lights in green Normal UPS (inverter) in operation Flashes in green UPS output off Lights in red...
  • Page 29: Display Screens

    If the correct ac input power is available and no abnormal operating conditions are present then the following system message will be displayed on the LCD screen: TOSHIBA 1600 UPS INITIALIZING... The LCD will automatically and sequentially display the date function on the first line and the time function on the second line.
  • Page 30: Data Display Screens

    TOSHIBA Display Screens (cont'd) Data Display Screens The 'Data Display Screens' sequentially displays all normal UPS operating data display screen as the 'down' arrow key is pressed. The 'up' arrow can also be pressed at any time to back up to the previous screen.
  • Page 31 TOSHIBA Display Screens (cont'd) Data Display Screen These special 'Data Display Screens' show data which can only be viewed here. It must be changed through the serial communication interface (RS232C). Notes: Cont'd from Timer Start Data START TIME 1 DAY...
  • Page 32 TOSHIBA Display Screens (cont'd) Data Setting Screens The 'Data Setting Screens' sequentially display the data variables that can be set. Each variable is displayed as the 'down' arrow key is pressed. The 'up' arrow can also be pressed at any time to back up...
  • Page 33 TOSHIBA Data Setting Screens The following screens show the setting procedure for setting the data variables. They are accessed from the main 'data setting screens' (see page 30) when the key is pressed: Shift Select The Keylock function allows the operator...
  • Page 34: Data Setting Screens

    TOSHIBA Display Screens (cont'd) Data Setting Screen The following screens show the setting procedure for setting the data variables. They are accessed from the main 'data setting screens' (see page 32) when the key is pressed: Shift Select Set to “Yes”, the unit will automatically...
  • Page 35 TOSHIBA Display Screens (cont'd) Data Setting Screen The following screens show the setting procedure for setting the data variables. They are accessed from the main 'data setting screens' (see page 32) when the key is pressed: Shift Select Shift 10/12/2001 (MON)
  • Page 36 TOSHIBA Display Screens (cont'd) Data Setting Screen The following screens show the setting procedure for setting the data variables. They are accessed from the main 'data setting screens' (see page 30) when the key is pressed: Shift Select This parameter allows the correct...
  • Page 37 TOSHIBA Display Screens (cont'd) Data Setting Screen The following screens show the setting procedure for setting the data variables. They are accessed from the main 'data setting screens' (see page 30) when the key is pressed: Shift Select This parameter has no options to set. A...
  • Page 38: System Warning Messages

    Meaning: Advance notice that batteries are Amber nearing the end of the expected lifetime. REPLACE BAT Action: Contact your Toshiba authorized service SOON Flashes center to arrange for battery replacement. Amber REPLACE BATTS Meaning: Batteries at end of life.
  • Page 39: System Fault Messages

    TOSHIBA Display Screens (cont'd) System Fault Messages When an abnormal operating condition occurs the following fault message will be displayed If the input voltage is normal when the fault occurs then the UPS FAULT (BYP OPER) will switch immediately to the bypass mode to continuously feed OUT-OV DC-OV >...
  • Page 40: Status Change Indications

    TOSHIBA Display Screens (cont'd) Status Change Indications Warning messages will be displayed when an abnormal operating condition occurs. The following chart shows possible messages. LCD Message Meaning/Action Meaning: The UPS has automatically entered the bypass mode because it detected an output current that is larger than the AUTO RETRANSFER inverter can normally handle.
  • Page 41: Manual Run/Stop Operation

    TOSHIBA Manual Run/Stop Operation Starting the UPS Turn the main circuit breaker (MCCB) on the back of the UPS (see pages 45-46) to the "on" position (the breaker should normally remain in the "on" position). Check that the LED on the front panel (see page 27 and 28) lights 'green'.
  • Page 42: System Protection Features

    TOSHIBA UPS Protection System System Protection Features The following schematic shows the electrical locations of the protection devices on the 1600EP models. Overcurrent Current Limit Overload Bypass *Static switch Isolation Transform er M CCB Output Input fuse fuse Input Rectifier/...
  • Page 43 TOSHIBA UPS Protection System (cont'd) System Protection Functions (cont'd) Built-In UPS Fault Protection Functions (cont’d) Protection Item Internal Overheat DC Circuit DC Circuit Overvoltage Overcurrent LCD Message OVER HEAT DC-OV DC-OC Cause Fan failure; Chopper Inverter/chopper High ambient malfunction fault...
  • Page 44: Preventive Maintenance/Parts Replacement

    Preventive Maintenance/Parts Replacement Preventive Maintenance Toshiba's 1600EP Series of uninterruptible power systems have been designed to provide years of trouble-free operation requiring a minimum of preventive maintenance. The best preventive measure that the UPS user can take is to keep the area around the unit, particularly the air inlet vents, clean and free of moisture and dust accumulations.
  • Page 45: External Layouts/Dimensions/Shipping Weights

    TOSHIBA External Layouts/Dimensions/Shipping Weights External Layouts *...
  • Page 46 TOSHIBA External Layouts/Dimensions/Shipping Weights External Layouts * Display Remote Contacts Remote Contacts Male Connector Panel Male Connector SNMP SNMP Port Port Cooling Fans Terminal Block Cover MCCB ` Front View Back View Back View 14/18 kVA 10 kVA Flow Side View...
  • Page 47: Dimensional Data

    TOSHIBA External Layouts/Dimensions/Shipping Weights Dimensional Data Dimensions Model 27.5 IN. 10 IN. 33 IN. 24.7 IN. 2.8 IN. 3.6 kVA (699 MM) (254 MM) (838 MM) (627 MM) (72 MM) 27.5 IN. 10 IN. 33 IN. 24.7 IN. 2.8 IN.
  • Page 48: Index

    TOSHIBA INDEX AC input mode ........................24 Acoustical noise........................18 Altitude ..........................18 Applications ...........................10 AS/400 ..........................14 Audible alarm functions ......................26 Automatic re-transfer ......................21 Backup mode.........................25 Battery backup mode......................25 Battery backup time.......................22 Battery lifetime ........................18, 44 Battery manufacturer ......................8 Battery pack (quantity)......................19,21 Battery packs .........................19 Battery recharging .........................22...
  • Page 49 TOSHIBA INDEX (cont'd) Efficiency ............................18, 20 Emergency power off (EPO) function....................25 Enclosure ............................19,46 Environment ............................11,18, 20 Equipment inspection ......................... 11 Equipment storage ..........................11 Error correction ..........................17 Error detection............................ 17 Event data storage ..........................18, 20 Fan panel ............................
  • Page 50 TOSHIBA INDEX (cont'd) Maximum ambient temperature......................8 Modes ..............................24 New UPS equipment .......................... 11 Noise (common-mode)........................18, 20 Nominal battery voltage ........................8, 22 Normal input power supply ........................ 14 Normal operation..........................24 Operating precautions......................... 12 Operating temperature ........................18, 20 Operating the UPS..........................
  • Page 51 TOSHIBA INDEX (cont'd) Safety instructions ..........................7 Schedule operation ..........................19, 21, 28 Seismic conditions..........................18, 20 Sending order (bit)..........................17 Shipping weights ..........................47 Shutdown voltage ..........................22 Signal common........................... 14 Signal functions..........................14 Size ..............................19, 21, 47 Specifications .............................
  • Page 52 TOSHIBA...
  • Page 53 TOSHIBA TOSHIBA INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION INDUSTRIAL DIVISION 13131 West Little York Rd., Houston Texas 77041 Tel: [713] 466-0277 Fax: [713] 466-8773 Telex: 762078 Printed in U.S.A.