AEG 1000 User Manual

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1Power supply (UPS input)

can be locked using the position lock that comes included

2Option for fixed ground using extra screw

3Automatically locking load segment connections (UPS outputs) for critical loads with highest priority,

permanently directly supplied by the UPS (not manageable)

4Manageable, i.e. via the UPS operating panel and / or the software load segment connections Load circuit 1 (automatically locking)

5Manageable, i.e. via the UPS operating panel and / or the software load segment connections Load circuit 2 (automatically locking)



Remove the load plugs by pressing the red



button below each output outlet.






Separate fuse for the load circuit



for PROTECT D.3000






optionally to be configured as opener or closer






potential-free,programmable using the UPS operating panel



Vent (Important: Allow for at least 100mm of free space



behind the vent to ensure proper ventilation)



USB communication interface



RS232 communication interface (sub-D9jack)



Communication slot for optional extension cards:



Relay card, card for remote On/Off, SNMP, …




The USB and the RS232 communication



interfaces rule each other out, i.e. either USB or



RS232. The communication slot, on the other



hand, is dual-monitorenabled, i.e. can be used


parallel to the USB or RS232 interface.


6 Electrical Connection

6.1Contacting the battery modules


To make wiring easier, first remove the front panel(s)

of the external battery units.


Unscrew the two centered screws in front panel (1) using a suitable cross-slotscrewdriver (recommended: Phillips PH1). Now reach behind the front panel on the right and the left and slide it a few millimeters to the left (2). The lock will be released you can take off the entire front panel towards the front (3).

Top slot cover


slot cover





Fig. 12 : Removing the front panel of the battery extension; removing the top and bottom access slot covers

Each front panel has a top and bottom slot cover. Now remove the top slot cover in a front panel. If you are using more than one battery unit, remove both slot covers in all the other front panels so that you can wire that battery units all the way through.


6.1.1Connecting the internal battery

this part stays in the rack!




Fig. 13 : Opening the front panel of the UPS

1.Make sure that the UPS is not electrically charged and not connected to a power source.

First unscrew the two centered screws in front panel (1)



using a suitable cross-slotscrewdriver (recommended:


Phillips PH1).


2.Now reach behind the front panel on the right and the left and pull the UPS approx. 70 mm forward out of the rack (2) so that the silver sticker on the top of the UPS with the safety precautions becomes visible.

3.Now slide the front panel a few millimeters sideways to the left (3). The lock will be released …

4.… and you can rotate the entire front panel upwards (4). Make sure not to cut the flexible ribbon cable to the LCD display!

Do not use excessive force.

5.Now connect the internal battery system by connecting the two battery connectors (each consisting of a red and a black connector) with each other: red in red, black in black (also see following Fig. 14).




Fig. 14 : Connecting the internal battery

Make sure to press the connectors quickly and firmly into one another (red in red, black in black). If you see a small electric arc while doing this, this is no cause

for concern.

If you use external battery extensions in combination with the UPS, proceed as described in Chapter 6.1.2. Otherwise, close the front panel again slowly and carefully following the directions in reversed order. Make sure that you do not pinch any wires. As the last step, don’t forget to lock the front panel into place using the two screws located in the middle. Then push the UPS completely back into the rack and fasten the UPS on the side using the 4 M6x16 screws that come with it. Continue with Chapter 6.2 on pg. 36ff.

6.1.2Connecting external battery extension(s)

6.Connect the external battery extensions from the front. First remove the access slot cover from the lower side of the UPS front panel.


Fig. 15 : Removing the access slot cover to connect external battery extensions


7.You should have already removed the front panels of the battery units at the beginning of this Section 6.1. The corresponding access slot covers should also have been removed.

Now start to lay the battery wiring inside the UPS unit. Lay the insulated wire in the center downwards. Then carefully close the front cover of the UPS, lay the wire to the first external battery unit down through the slot you have removed the cover from. Also remember to secure the lock by tightening the two Philips screws located in the middle. Then push the UPS completely back into the rack and fasten the UPS on the side with the 4 M6x16 screws that come with it.


Fig. 16 : Connecting the batteries internally

(shown here with 2 external battery extensions)

8.Now connect according to the illustration above to the external batteries by connecting each battery connector (each consisting of a red, a black and a green plug) with one another: red in red, black in black, green in green.

Make sure that you insert the plugs quickly and firmly (red in red, black in black,, green in green). If you see a small electric arc while doing this, this is no cause for concern.


9.Insert the small transparent RJ11 plugs for the automatic recognition of the battery units in the side in the corresponding connection jacks.

10.As the last step, replace the front panels. The wires are threaded carefully through the corresponding access slots and are protected behind the front panels. Remember to tighten the screws in the center to lock the panel into place.

6.2Power connection

Compare the setting of the nominal input voltage for the UPS with the nominal voltage used in your country. The default setting for the UPS output voltage is 230 Vac. Alterations to 200 Vac, 208 Vac, 220 Vac, 230 Vac or 240 Vac can be made on the operating panel.

To guarantee that the UPS and its accessories all operate correctly, it is necessary to equip the AC power line with a corresponding back-upfuse. All the models in the PROTECT D. series are connected using the power cord supplied with the device to a conventional power outlet. Make sure that the fuse is adequately dimensioned to support yoursub-distribution.The PROTECT D. 3000 in particular requires its own fuse with 16A. Any unintentional release/pulling out of the power cord can be avoided by using the clips that come with the device (also see Fig. 17). Do not plug the power cord connector into the power outlet yet.

Fig. 17: Plugging in and securing the input power cord


6.3Connecting the load segments

Before you connect the load segments to the UPS, please make sure that the actual power output on the type plate is larger than or equal to the sum of the load power consumption.

Connect the desired load segments to the output jacks of your UPS. Use the load segment connection cords that come with the device. Pay attention to the division of the output plugs (also see Chapter 5.2 on pg. 29). Connect critical load segments that require a constant power supply preferably to the output jacks with a permanent power supply. The manageable output power circuits divide the load segments. To remove the load segment power cords, press the red button below the corresponding output outlet. Leave your load segments switched off for the time being. If further load segment connections are required, please contact your retail dealer.

Removal by pushing


the red push button


Fig. 18: Load segment power circuit


In the case of a common service cabinet (electric i circuits as well as power supply and UPS voltage), mark each circuit with the corresponding supply

(mains power line or UPS).

The segment load on the UPS should never exceed the specified nominal load of the device. If the device is overloaded for any reason, the red LED will light up to indicate the problem and a warning sound will be heard. The load segments connected will continue to be supplied with power, depending on how much of an overload there is, for a certain time, but the load must be reduced accordingly as soon as possible.

If you ignore the “device overload” warning, this can result in a complete loss of the UPS functions!

Also try to avoid short-termdevice overloads, which can occur, for example, if you connect a laser printer or a laser fax machine.


Do not connect any household appliances or power tools to the UPS.

Never connect or switch on additional load segments during a power outage, i.e. when the UPS is operating in emergency power mode!

As a rule, if there has never been an overload in normal operation, there won’t be an overload in battery mode.

If the malfunction LED lights up and you hear a warning sound, there is a malfunction which causes the system to shut down. Follow the instructions provided in Chapter 9.1.

Then make sure that the wire jumper in the emergency shutdown plug is firmly in place and tighten the two outside screws on the plug (also see pg. 31, no.7).

If you want to use the emergency power off function, continue first with Chapter 8.4 on pg. 57.

The integrated emergency power off only serves to shut off the UPS voltage. This happens electronically and is not the same as an EMERGENCY STOP system according to DIN EN ISO 13850.


7 Operation Mode and Operating

7.1First start-up

7.1.1Switching on the UPS

Insert the plug of the power cord into the correctly fused power outlet of your sub-distributionsystem. The UPS will be immediately supplied with power from the public power network. It will start up with an initialization phase, indicated by the AEG logo, which appears on the screen for 5 seconds. After that, you will see the following message:


Now confirm the highlighted “UPS On” command by pressing “ENTER”. Hold the key pressed for approx. 1 second. The UPS will synchronize and switch into normal operating mode after just a few seconds. The display will switch to the UPS status display.


If there are no keys pressed for 5 minutes, the


display will automatically switch back to the UPS





status display. Press “▲” to return.





7.1.2Switching off the UPS


Confirm: yes no

If the UPS is in operation, it is possible to access the command above by pressing “▲” when in the basic UPS status screen. Once you have confirmed the command again, the UPS will switch off or switch to bypass (depending on the setting selected).

To enable you to find the “UPS On” or “UPS Off” menu item more easily, the following symbol appears above the “▲” key:


7.2Operating panel


The main feature of the operating panel is its graphical, two-colorLCD display. The standard setting is white lettering on a black background; for alarm messages, the background changes to amber. There are 4 keys at the bottom for menu navigation and another 3different-coloredLEDs at the top.

Input Output


Fig.19: Standard “UPS status” display

7.2.2Indicators (LEDs)

The indicators (LEDs) show the following different modes:





Red (flashing)




System error


(permanently on)




Yellow and Green

Battery mode


(permanently on)




Green (flashing)

Bypass mode



Normal mode


(permanently on)