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    U P S

    Uninterruptible Power System

    Line-Interactive Network UPS

    800VA/ 1000VA/ 1200VA/ 1500VA

    2200VA/ 3000VA




?WARNING (SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS): This manual contains important

    instructions should be followed during installation and maintenance of the UPS and


    ?WARNING: Intend for installation in a controlled environment.

?Servicing of batteries should be performed or supervised by personnel knowledge of

    batteries and the required precautions. Keep unauthorized personnel away from


?When replacing batteries, replace with the same number and type.

    ?CAUTION: Do not dispose of batteries in a fire, the battery may explode.

    ?CAUTION: Do not open or mutilate the battery, released electrolyte is harmful to the skin and eyes. It may be toxic.

    ?CAUTION: A battery can present a risk of electric shock and high short circuit current. The following precaution should be observed when working on batteries

    A. Remove watches, rings or other metal objects.

    B. Use tools with insulated handles.

    C. Wear rubber gloves and boots.

    D. Do not lay tools or metal parts on top of batteries.

    E. Disconnect charging source prior to connecting or disconnecting battery terminals.

    Please read and save this manual! Thank you for selecting this uninterruptible power system (UPS). It provides you with a

    perfect protection for connected equipment. The manual is a guide to install and use the

    UPS. It includes important safety instructions for operation and correct installation of the

    UPS. If you should have any problems with the UPS, please refer to this manual before

    calling customer service.

     Please save or recycle the packaging materials! The UPS„s shipping materials are designed with great care to provide protection within delivery. These materials are invaluable if you ever have to return the UPS for service.

    Damage happened during transit is not covered under the warranty.

     Intelligent microprocessor control The UPS is a microprocessor-controlled unit. This means that it operates with the newest

    technology, high performance and powerful function.

The UPS is an intelligent protector and provides pure, reliable AC power to the critical

    loads - protecting them from utility power blackout, swells, sags, surges and interference.

Furthermore, in order to save the battery energy, UPS can automatically turn it off under

    backup mode if none of the connected loads is operating.

     Advanced battery management The visual and audible indications of the UPS present the battery‟s status. Self-test

    function let UPS detect a weak battery before it is put into service. The UPS normally

    perform a self-test at power up condition.


     1.21 1.11 1.12 1.22 1.24 1.23 1.13 1.14 1.25 1.27 1.15 1.26 1.16 1.28 1.29


     1.24 1.22 1.21 1.22 1.23 1.21 1.26 1.26 1.23 1.25 1.27 1.27 1.29 1.29 1.28 1.28

    800VA~1500VA(220V) 2200VA(110V) 1.24 1.22 1.21 1.21 1.22 1.26 1.26 1.23 1.23 1.27 1.29 1.29 1.27 1.28 1.28

    2200VA (220V)/3000VA(220V) 3000VA(110V)

1.11"REPLACE BATTERY" indicator (RED LED)

    The LED illuminates when the UPS's battery is no longer useful and must be replaced.


    The LED illuminates when the UPS is correcting a high utility voltage condition. The loads receive normal power.

    1.13 "BACK UP" indicator (YELLOW LED)

    The LED illuminates when the UPS is supplying battery power to the loads.


    The LED illuminates when the UPS is correcting a low utility voltage condition. The loads receive normal power.

    1.15 "LINE NORMAL" indicator (GREEN LED)

1.16 "ON/OFF/TEST/SILENCE" button

    Press the button more than 2 seconds to turn the UPS on or off, press the button less than 1 second to activate the UPS's self-testing or silence the back up alarm.



    Provide both RS-232 and relay signal to support NOVELL, UNIX, DOS, WINDOWS and other operating systems.

1.23 TEL./MODEM port

    Telecom transfer ports provide users to extend the applications.

    ?Caution: To reduce the risk of fire, use only No. 26AWG or larger telecommunication

    line cord.


    It comes on when the UPS is connected to an improperly wired AC power outlet. Note: This device is available on 110 Vac model only.



     Use only factory supplied or authorized connecting cable for external

    battery !




    It trips when the connected loads exceed the protected receptacle's capacity, The center plungers of the circuit breakers extend when tripped.

Inspect the UPS upon receipt. The packaging is recyclable; keep it for reuse or disposed of properly. 2.1 Recharge the battery UPS may be used by anyone immediately upon receipt. The battery is fully charged before shipped from the factory. However, user is recommended to recharge the battery at least four hours before using UPS. Energy loss may occur during shipping or long duration storage. To recharge the battery, simply let UPS be plugged into an AC outlet and switch it on. 2.2 Connect the loads Plug your primary equipment (e.g. computer, monitor and critical data storage device, etc.) to the Battery Power-Supplied outlets. Plug your peripheral equipment (e.g. printer, scanner, fax, or audio device) to the Full-time Surge Protection outlets. Do not plug laser printer to the UPS output outlets, as its power demand is much higher than typical peripherals and may cause the circuit breaker to trip. It is suggested to connect the similar heavy loads (like laser printer) to the bypass outlets. 2.3 Connect the telephone If you wish to extend the length of wire of, connect the telephone cable from the wall outlet to the “IN” jack. Connect the telephone cable (provided) from the “OUT” jack to the fax or modem. 2.4 Connect to the utility power Plug UPS to a 2-pole, 3-wire grounding receptacle. Make sure the branch is protected and does not service equipment requiring heavy electricity (e.g. refrigerator, air conditioner, copier, etc.). 2.5 UPS self-test UPS will conduct a self-test once switched on it each time. Do not add or take off any equipment while UPS conducts self-test; await it until the Power indicator lights up. Besides this, switch on your equipment after switch on UPS. 2.6 Battery auto-charging Once the power cord is connected, the battery of UPS will be automatically charged by itself. 2.7 Auto restart feature UPS is equipped with Auto Restart feature. It will activate when the battery level becomes too low to sustain its operation and the utility is not present. UPS will switch itself to waiting mode, waiting for utility switch itself on and recharge its battery. If the user is away during a utility failure, UPS will manage to return to normal function and recharge its battery when utility power returns. 2.8 Overload protection If an overload situation is detected during self-test, UPS audible alarm will activate, emit

a long beep and automatically shut down the system. Unplug at least one piece of equipment from the Battery Supplied Outlets. Switch off UPS, wait 5 seconds and check to make sure the circuit breaker is set then switch on, again. User is allowable to change

the fuse under overload condition.

2.9 Optimal battery status To maintain the optimal status of battery, let UPS be always plugged in.

    2.10 Self-protection feature UPS is equipped with self-protection feature preventing people from playing with the unit to subsequently damaging the unit. It is programmed so that once switched off, the user must wait 5 seconds before switching UPS on again. 2.11 Storage

    To store UPS, cover it and store it with the battery fully charged. During extended storage, recharge the battery every three months to ensure battery life.

    2.12 Power failure When the event of power failure occurs after turning on UPS, and prior to the self-test sequence, UPS will automatically shut down and not restart until utility power is restored. This is necessary to check the quality of power that is delivered to your connected equipment.

3.1 Simple test

    It is recommended that the user perform a simulation test when using UPS for the first time or when adding an additional piece of equipment. Conduct a simulation-test: first, switch on UPS and wait for the power indicator to light up, then simply unplug UPS to simulate the event of utility failure.

3.2 Check the power requirement of your equipment

    3.2.1. Make sure the total power of your equipment does not exceed rating capacity.

    3.2.2. Also make sure the equipment you plugged into the Battery Power-Supplied outlets does not require total power exceeding the capacity of the UPS. Otherwise, overload may occur and cause the circuit breaker to trip. If the power requirement of your equipment differs from VA, convert the requirement power into VA by doing the calculations below:

    3.2.3. If the power requirement of your equipment is listed other than VA, convert the requirement into VA by doing the calculations below.

Watt (W) X 1.67 = VA, or Amps(A) X 120= VA (For 100-120V model)

    Watt (W) X 1.67 = VA, or Amps(A) X 230= VA (For 220-240 model)

3.3 Limited rating power of UPS

    When utility failure occurs, the UPS output outlets will supply power to your equipment from its battery and the alarm will beep every 2 seconds. Be sure that your equipment is running under the limited rating power. To restore the utility by plugging UPS back in to the existing power source. Repeat the test a few times to make sure UPS works properly and to find out the expected runtime.

4.1 Power Monitoring Software

    The UPSMON series software (or other power monitoring software) is applied standard RS-232 interface to perform monitoring functions, and then provides an orderly shutdown of a computer in the event of power failure. Moreover, UPSMON displays all the diagnostic symptoms on monitor, such as Voltage, Frequency, Battery level and so on. The software is available for Windows 95/98/ME, Windows NT/2000/XP, Novell Netware, Linux and others. Call your dealer for more information on computer OS compatible solutions.

    4.2 Interface Kits

    A series of interface kits is available for operation systems that provide UPS monitoring. Each interface kit includes the special interface cable required to convert status signals from the UPS into signals which individual operating system recognize. The interface cable at UPS side must be connected to REMOTE PORT, at computer side can be either COM 1 or COM 2. The other installation instructions and powerful features please refer to READ.ME file.

    CAUTION: Use only factory supplied or authorized UPS monitoring cable! 4.3 The characteristics of computer interface port

    The computer interface port has the following characteristics:

    The communication port on the back of the UPS may be connected to host computer. This port allows the computer to monitor the status of the UPS and control the operation of the UPS in some cases. Its major functions normally include some or all of the following:

    To broadcast a warning when power fails.

    To close any open file before the battery is exhausted.

    To turn-off the UPS.

    Some computers are equipped with a special connector to link with the communication port. In addition, special plug-in cord may be needed. Some computers may need special UPS monitoring software. Contact your dealer for the details on the various interface Kits.

UPS has a self-protect feature that prevents the UPS from being damaged as a result of overheating. If the temperature is higher than 55?C, wait for a while and let the UPS become cool.

    Problems Possible Cause Solution Full-time Surge Circuit breaker button Unplug at least one piece of equipment

    Protection popped up as a result of from the Full-time Surge Protection

    outlets stop overload. outlets.

    providing Switch off UPS, wait 5 seconds, reset the

    power to the circuit breaker (press down breaker

    equipment button), then switch on UPS. UPS doesn‟t perform Battery undercharged or Recharge the battery by leaving the UPS

    to its expected depleted due to frequent plugged in and switched on. runtime. power outages.

    The power required by Unplug at least one piece of equipment

    your equipment slightly from the UPS outlets.

    exceeds the capacity of

    the UPS.

    The battery is slightly Consider replacing the battery.


    UPS cannot be Special UPS is designed Switch UPS off, wait for 5 seconds, then

    turned on. to prevent damage from switch UPS on.


    The battery is worn-out. Replace the battery by following the

    instructions in this manual.

    Mechanical problem. Contact your sales representative.

    NET PRO NET PRO NET PRO Model -1000AP -1500AP -2200AP

    (On Battery) 1000VA/ 600W 1500VA/ 900W 2200VA/1320W Capacity (Spike 500VA for 500VA . protection) 220-240V only Input

    Voltage +/-25% at line input Frequency 50 or 60 Hz +/-10% (auto sensing) Voltage (on battery) Simulated sine wave at 100V/115V/230V +/- 5% Frequency (on battery) 50 or 60 Hz +/- 0.5%

    AVR automatically increase output voltage 15%

    Output Voltage Regulation above input voltage if 9% to 25% of nominal. (AVR) AVR decrease output voltage 13% below input

    voltage if +9% to +25% of nominal Transfer Time 2/4 milliseconds, including detection time Spike Protection 320 Joules, 2ms EMI/RFI filter 10Db at 0.15MHz, 50Db at 30MHz

    UPS automatic shutdown if overload exceeds 110% Overload Protection of nominal at 60 seconds and 130% at 3 seconds Protection Circuit Breaker For overload & Short circuit And Filtering Unit Input protection

    10Base-T Cable Port Network (UTP,RJ-45) compatible jacks

    UPS output cut off immediately or input fuse Short Circuit protection

    Type Sealed, Maintenance-free lead acid Typical Recharge 6 hours (to 90% 4 hours (to 90% of full capacity) Time of full capacity) Battery Automatic self-test & discharge protection, Replace Protection battery indicator Back-up Time 3 180 min (depending on computer load) Weight Kg (lbs) 15.0 (33.0) 15.8 (34.8) 26.2 (57.6)

    Physical Dimension (mm) 170*450*225 130*382*201 (5.1”*15”*7.9”) (6.7”*17.7”*8.9”)W*D*H Battery Back-up Slow beeping sound (about 0.47Hz)

    Alarm Battery Low Rapid beeping sound (about 1.824Hz) Overload Continue beeping sound Dry Contact (DB9 ) YES Interface Interface

    RS-232C Interface YES

    3,500 meters max. elevation, 0-95% humidity Ambient Operation non-condensing, 0-40 deg C Environment

    Audible Noise < 40dBA (1 meter from surface)

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