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Configure the Input Contacts

  1. Tap Configuration > Contacts and relays and select the input contact that you want to configure.
  2. Select a function from the drop-down list for the selected input contact:
    None: No action assigned to this input contact. Genset is supplying the UPS: Input to indicate that the UPS is being supplied by a generator. You must also select the reduction in battery charge current while the UPS is being supplied by a generator. Set Battery charge power during genset supply to 0% (no battery charging), 10%, 25%, 50%, 75%, or 100% (full battery charging). Battery charge power during genset supply is only selectable for this function.
    Ground fault: Input to indicate that a ground fault is present. Battery room ventilation is inoperable: Input to indicate that the battery room ventilation is inoperable. When the input is active, the battery charger will turn OFF.
    User-defined 1: General purpose input. External battery monitoring detected a fault: Input to indicate that the external battery monitoring has detected a fault. When the input is active, the UPS will post an alarm (no other action).
    User-defined 2: General purpose input. High efficiency mode is disabled: If this input is activated, the UPS is prevented from entering high efficiency mode (ECO mode and ECOnversion mode) or will exit any active high efficiency mode.
    External energy storage monitoring detected a minor fault: Input to indicate that the external energy storage monitoring has detected a minor fault. External signal turns charger off: If this input is activated, the charger will turn OFF on a signal from external equipment, e.g. on a signal from the external energy storage.
    External energy storage monitoring detected a major fault: Input to indicate that the external energy storage monitoring has detected a major fault. Transformer temperature is too high: Input to indicate that there is a high temperature alarm for the transformer.
  3. Tap OK to save your settings.
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