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Input Contacts and Output Relays

NOTICE
risk of equipment damage
The battery breaker contact drive J6–1 and J6–2 can provide a maximum of +24 VDC 400 mA to the undervoltage release coil or shunt trip release coil. If this value is exceeded it can damage the UPS.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in equipment damage.
Terminal Function  
BAT_T–1 Input contact for battery temperature sensor  
BAT_T–2 Signal ground  
J5–1 Auxiliary contact for battery breaker
J5–2 Signal ground
J6–1 Normally closed output contact for battery breaker trip
J6–2 Normally open output contact for battery breaker trip
J6–4 Signal ground
J7–1 Backfeed 1 output relay pin 1 (normally closed (NC) as default)
J7–2 Backfeed 1 output relay pin 2 (normally closed (NC) as default)
J7–3 Backfeed 2 output relay pin 1 (normally closed (NC) as default)
J7–4 Backfeed 2 output relay pin 2 (normally closed (NC) as default)
J8–1 Auxiliary contact for external maintenance bypass breaker
J8–2 Signal ground
J9–1 Normally open EPO contact

NO configuration

NC configuration

J9–2 Signal ground
J9–3 Normally closed EPO contact
J9–4 Signal ground

Configurable Input Contacts

The four configurable input contacts can be configured from the display with the following functions:

  • Disable

  • INV ON

  • INV OFF

  • Battery alarm

  • Genset enable

  • Custom alarm 3

  • Custom alarm 4

  • Disable ECO

Configurable Output Relays

The four configurable output contacts can be configured from the display with the following functions:

  • Disable

  • Common alarm

  • Normal operation

  • Battery operation

  • Static bypass operation

  • Output overload

  • Fan inoperable

  • Battery alarm

  • Battery disconnected

  • Battery voltage low

  • Input out of tolerance

  • Bypass out of tolerance

  • EPO activated

  • Maintenance mode

  • Parallel lost

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