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Ativa Power Supply 516-015 manual

Brand: Ativa, product: Ativa Power Supply 516-015

Type: Power Supply

Total pages: 2, PDF manual size: 0.57 Mb


RJ-45/
RJ-11
RJ-45/
RJ-11
RJ-45/
RJ-11
RJ-45/
RJ-11
CABLE IN
CABLE OUT
Building
Wiring
Fault
Phone or Fax
User Guide
1
CONTENTS
2
3
CONNECT BATTERY CARTRIDGE
OPERATING ENVIRONMENT
3
4
CONNECT EQUIPMENT / POWER
5
CHECK BUILDING WIRING
FAULT INDICATOR
6
7
There are four status indicators (lights) on the front panel of the UPS (On
Line, On Battery, Overload, and Replace Battery).
On Line (blue) - is lit whenever utility power is powering the Battery
Backup outlets.
On Battery (yellow) - is lit whenever the battery of the UPS is powering
equipment connected to the Battery Backup Outlets.
Four Beeps Every 30 Seconds - this alarm is sounded whenever the UPS is running
On Battery. Consider saving work in progress.
Overload (red) - is lit or flashing whenever power demand has exceeded
the capacity of the UPS.
Continuous Tone - this alarm is sounded whenever the Battery Backup outlets are
overloaded.
Circuit Breaker - the circuit breaker button located on the rear panel of the UPS will
stick out if an overload condition forces the UPS to disconnect itself from utility
power. If the button sticks out, disconnect non-essential equipment. Reset the circuit
breaker by pushing the button inward.
Replace Battery (red) - is lit whenever the battery is near the end of its
useful life, or if the battery is not connected (see above). A battery that is
near the end of its useful life has insufficient run-time and should be
replaced.
Note: Allow the UPS to charge for a full or 24 hours prior
to use.
Press the front panel Power ON/OFF switch and observe
that the following events occur after pressing and
releasing the switch:
The blue On Line indicator flashes.
The yellow On Battery indicator lights while a Self-
Test is being performed.
When Self-Test has successfully completed, only the
blue On Line indicator will be lit.
If the internal battery cartridge is not connected (see
Step 2 above), the blue On Line indicator, and red
Replace Battery indicators will light. The UPS will
also emit a chirping sound.
Continuous Beeping - this alarm is sounded whenever a low battery condition is
reached. Battery run-time is very low. Promptly save any work in progress, and exit
all open applications. Shut down the operating system, computer and the UPS.
If the rear panel Building Wiring Fault (red) indicator is lit,
a potential shock hazard exists due to one of the following
conditions:
• Open or high resistance ground
• Hot and Neutral polarities are reversed
• Overloaded neutral circuit
Improper building wiring should be corrected by a
qualified electrician. Do not use the UPS until the
condition that caused the fault is corrected.
Note: Improper building wiring will not prevent the UPS
from operating, but it will limit its protection capability.
SWITCH ON THE UPS
On Line
On Battery
Overload
Replace Battery
STATUS INDICATORS, ALARMS and CIRCUIT BREAKER
32 - 104
o
F (0 - 40
o
C)
Chirps for 1 Minute Every 5 Hours - this alarm is sounded whenever the battery
has failed the automatic diagnostic test.
TRANSFER VOLTAGE and SENSITIVITY ADJUSTMENT
4. To select the Low Sensitivity setting, press and hold the ON/OFF switch
for 1-2 seconds (until a beep is heard). Upon release, the yellow indicator
will flash, indicating Low Sensitivity.
5. To select the Medium Sensitivity setting (the unit's default), press and
hold the ON/OFF switch for 1-2 seconds (until beep is heard). Upon
release, the yellow indicator will flash. Press and hold the ON/OFF
button again for 1-2 seconds (until beep is heard). Upon release, the
yellow and one red indicator will flash, indicating Medium Sensitivity.
6. To select the High Sensitivity setting, press and hold the ON/OFF switch
for 1-2 seconds (until beep is heard). Repeat this two more times. Upon
final release, the yellow and two red indicators (bottom three indicators)
will flash, indicating High Sensitivity.
7. The UPS will automatically exit Programming Mode in five seconds,
and is ready for use.
In situations where the UPS or connected equipment appears too sensitive to input voltage, it may be
necessary to adjust the transfer voltage. This is a simple task requiring use of the front panel push
button. To adjust the transfer voltage, proceed as follows:
1. Plug the UPS into the utility power source but do not turn the unit on. The UPS will be in Standby
Mode (no indicators lit).
2. Press and hold the front panel ON/OFF switch fully inward for 10 seconds, until all LED
indicators on the UPS flash to acknowledge it has entered Programming Mode. Release the ON/
OFF button, and the UPS's LEDs will flash per table below, indicating it's current sensitivity
setting.
Note: the UPS automatically exits programming mode in 5 seconds if no buttons are pressed.
3. Use the table below to decide which Sensitivity setting is desired.
Indicators
Flashing
Sensitivity
Setting
Input Voltage
Range
(for utility
operation)
Use When
1
(yellow)
Low 78 - 142 Vac Input voltage is extremely low or
high. Not recommended for computer
loads.
2
(yellow, and red)
Medium
(factory
default)
88 - 139 Vac UPS frequently goes On Battery.
3
(yellow, red, and
red)
High 88 - 136 Vac Connected equipment is sensitive to
voltage fluctuations.
Computer
Monitor
Fax
Printer or Scanner
External Disk or
CD / DVD Drive
To 120 VAC Wall Outlet
Building Wiring Fault
Indicator
CONNECT MODEM/PHONE/FAX and
TVSS Ground
From stand alone
data line surge
suppressor or
electronic device
Phone
Jack
Computer
Modem Port
OR
If needed, the UPS features a
TVSS ground screw for
connecting the ground lead of
any additional stand alone surge
suppression devices, such as an
ProtectNet product; or any
electronic device with an
external ground connection.
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RJ-4
5
USB
RJ-45RJ-45
CoaxCoax
1
2
ON LINE
ON BATTERY
OVERLOAD
REPLACE BATTERY
RJ-11 RJ-11
AT IVA
516-015
User Guide
990-2491

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