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Operating Instructions

PROTECT D.

PROTECT D. 1000 (BP)

PROTECT D. 1500 (BP)

PROTECT D. 2000

PROTECT D. 3000

PROTECT D. 2030 BP

PERFECT IN FORM AND FUNCTION

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Thank you for deciding to purchase the PROTECT D. UPS from AEG Power Solutions.

The following safety precautions are an important part of these operating instructions. They are designed to help you avoid problems caused by operating errors and to protect you against any possible hazards. Please make sure to read through these instructions carefully before using the product for the first time!

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1 Notes on these Operating Instructions

Duty to Provide Information

These operating instructions are designed to help you properly and safely install and operate the following UninterruptiblePowerSupply (UPS) systems: the PROTECT D.1000, the PROTECT D.1500, the PROTECT D.2000 or the PROTECT D.3000 as well as the corresponding external battery units: the PROTECT D.1000 BP, the PROTECT D.1500 BP or the PROTECT D.2030 BP, hereinafter referred to as the PROTECT D. These operating instructions contain important information on how to avoid any hazards or dangers.

Make sure that you read through these instructions carefully before attempting to install or operate this device!

These operating instructions are part of the PROTECT D.

The operator of this device is required to make these operating instructions openly available to any persons who transport, install or service the PROTECT D. or perform any other work on this device.

Validity

These operating instructions comply with the current technical specifications of the PROTECT D. at the time of publication. The contents do not constitute a contract and are for information purposes only.

Warranty and liability

We reserve the right to make any changes to the information in this operating manual, with respect to the specifications and the operating instructions in particular, at any time.

Any goods delivered that you want to return must be returned within eight days after the receipt of those goods, along with the packing slip. Later claims cannot be honored.

Any damages incurred due to non - observance of these instructions (including any damage to the warranty seal) invalidate any warranty claims. AEG accepts no liability for consequential damages. AEG will rescind all obligations, such as

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warranty agreements, service contracts, etc., without prior notice in the event that any spare parts other than original AEG spare parts or those purchased by AEG are used for maintenance and repair.

Handling

The PROTECT D. is designed so that all of the steps that need to be taken for its installation and operation can be done without having to open the device. Any maintenance or repairs are to be performed by qualified technicians only.

Illustrations are included to make certain steps more clear and easier to understand.

If there is any potential danger to personnel and equipment while performing certain work, these activities are accompanied by pictograms, whose meanings are explained in the Safety Instructions in Chapter 3.

Hotline

Should you still have any questions after reading this operating manual, please contact your retailer or our hotline:

Tel:

+49 (0)180 5 234 787

 

 

Fax:

+49 (0)180 5 234 789

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Internet: www.aegpartnernet.com

 

Copyright

Any forwarding, reproduction and / or storage using electronic or mechanic means of these operating instructions, even in part, requires the express prior written consent of AEG.

© Copyright AEG 2010. All rights reserved.

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Contents

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Notes on these Operating Instructions...............................

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General information ..........................................................

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2.1

Technology ................................................................

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2.2

System description ....................................................

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2.3

Technical Data.........................................................

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Safety Regulations..........................................................

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3.1

General Safety Instructions .....................................

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3.2

Safety instructions for PROTECT D........................

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3.3

CE certificate ...........................................................

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Installation.......................................................................

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4.1

Unpack and check...................................................

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4.2

Installation location..................................................

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4.3

Assembly .................................................................

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Overview of Connections, Operating / Display Elements...

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5.1

Front view ................................................................

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5.2

Rear-panelview (connections):...............................

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Electrical Connection ......................................................

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6.1

Contacting the battery modules...............................

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6.1.1 Connecting the internal battery .........................

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6.1.2 Connecting external battery extension(s)..........

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6.2

Power connection....................................................

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6.3

Connecting the load segments................................

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Operation Mode and Operating ......................................

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7.1

First start-up ............................................................

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7.1.1 Switching on the UPS........................................

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7.1.2 Switching off the UPS........................................

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7.2

Operating panel.......................................................

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7.2.1

Overview............................................................

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7.2.2

Indicators (LEDs)...............................................

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7.2.3

Operating keys (Navigation)..............................

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7.3

Display (Main Menu)................................................

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7.3.1

UPS status - display ..........................................

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7.3.2

Event log............................................................

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7.3.3

Measurements...................................................

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7.3.4

Control ...............................................................

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7.3.5

Identification ......................................................

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7.3.6

Settings..............................................................

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Interfaces and Communication .......................................

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8.1

RS232 and USB computer interfaces .....................

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8.2

Communications slot ...............................................

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8.3

Shutdown and UPS management software ............

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8.4

EPO (Emergency Power Off) ..................................

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8.5

Change-overcontact ...............................................

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Troubleshooting ..............................................................

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9.1

Malfunctions ............................................................

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9.1.1 Alarm / error messages .....................................

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Maintenance ...................................................................

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10.1

Charging the battery................................................

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10.2

Maintenance checks................................................

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10.2.1 Visual check ......................................................

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10.2.2 Battery check.....................................................

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10.2.3 Ventilator check.................................................

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10.3

Battery replacement ................................................

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Replace the EBM battery...................................................

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11 Storage, Dismantling and Disposal ................................

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11.1

Storage ....................................................................

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11.2

Dismantling..............................................................

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11.3

Disposal...................................................................

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Appendix ........................................................................

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12.1

Technical terminology..............................................

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12.2

Keyword register......................................................

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12.3

Notes .......................................................................

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2 General information

2.1Technology

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The PROTECT D. is

an UninterruptiblePower

Supply (UPS) for such essential loads as PCs,

workstations, servers,

network components and

similar load devices, consisting of:

Network filter with overvoltage protection (device protection / Class D) and mains energy backfeed protection

Rectifier with PFC logic (power factor correction unit)

Separate intelligent battery charger

in switch mode power supply technology

Valve regulated battery system, maintenance-freedesign as energy storage with downstream DC/DC booster

IGBT inverter for the continuous supply of connected loads with sinusoidal AC voltage

Automatic bypass as additional passive redundancy

Regulator on the basis of digital signal processor technology

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2.2System description

The UPS is connected between the public network and the power load segments to be protected.

The rectifier is powered from the mains and converts the AC voltage into a stabilized DC voltage to feed the inverter. The circuitry technology used (PFC) enables sinusoidal current consumption, thus allowing a low circuit feedback operation. A separate, second rectifier (charger) based on switching power supply technology recharges or maintains the charge of the battery in the intermediate circuit. Due to the special circuitry technology used in this charger/ rectifier, the harmonics of the charging current are reduced significantly. Additionally, a sleep mode considerably increases the service life of the battery. The inverter converts the DC voltage into a sinusoidal AC voltage. In combination with digital signal processor technology and extremely high pulse rate IGBT-powersemiconductors in the inverter, amicroprocessor-controlledregulator on the basis ofpulse-widthmodulation (PWM) guarantees a voltage system of highest quality and availability on the secured busbar.

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In the event of mains problems (e.g. power outages), power is supplied to the load segment without any interruption from the inverter, which now uses the battery. Since no switching is required, the load segment experiences no power supply interruption at all.

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The automatic bypass serves to provide increased power supply security for single installations in particular by switching the public network, e.g. in the event of an inverter malfunction, through to the load segment directly and without interruption. In other words, the automatic bypass provides the load segment with an additional passive redundancy.

 

 

autom.

 

 

REC

Bypass

 

 

INV

Secured

Mains

 

 

busbar:

 

 

 

Load

 

 

 

Power circuit

 

Load REC

 

at overload or

Schematic

 

 

faulty inverter

 

 

 

diagram

Battery

 

 

The graphical LC display used provides for versatile use and easy operation. Such convenient features as switchable outputs, a freely programmable, potential-freechange-overcontact as well as an emergency power off contact round out the standard interface selection (USB, RS232, communication slot).

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