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Configure the Output Relays

  1. Tap Configuration > Contacts and relays and select the output relay that you want to configure.
  2. Set the Delay (sec).
  3. Select to enable Energized check mode (disabled as default).

    When Energized check mode is enabled, the output relay is activated, and will deactivate when the events assigned to the output relay occurs (normally activated).

    When Energized check mode is disabled, the output relay is deactivated, and will activate when the events assigned to the output relay occurs (normally deactivated).

    Energized check mode must be individually enabled for each output relay and makes it possible to detect if the output relay is inoperable:

    • If the power supply to the output relays is lost, the events assigned to all the output relays will be indicated as present.

    • If a single output relay has become inoperable, the events assigned to the single output relay will be indicated as present.

  4. Select the event(s) you want to assign to the output relay. On each page, tap OK to save your settings and tap the arrow symbol to go to the next page.
    NOTE: It is possible to assign several functions to the same output relay.
    UPS common alarm: The output is triggered when any alarm is present for the UPS. UPS in maintenance mode: The output is triggered when the unit output breaker UOB has been opened which transfers the UPS to maintenance mode. The UPS is not supplying the load.
    UPS informational alarm: The output is triggered when an information alarm is present for the UPS. External fault: The output is triggered the UPS detects an external fault.
    UPS warning alarm: The output is triggered when a warning alarm is present for the UPS. Fan inoperable: The output is triggered when one or more fans are inoperable.
    UPS critical alarm: The output is triggered when a critical alarm is present for the UPS. Battery voltage low: The output is triggered when the battery voltage is below the threshold.
    System common alarm: The output is triggered when any alarm is present for the system. Battery is not working correctly: The output is triggered when the batteries are not working correctly.
    System informational alarm: The output is triggered when an information alarm is present for the system. Battery is disconnected: The output is triggered when the batteries have been disconnected or the battery breaker(s) are open.
    System warning alarm: The output is triggered when a warning alarm is present for the system. Inverter overload: The output is triggered when there is an overload condition, while the UPS is in inverter operation.
    System critical alarm: The output is triggered when a critical alarm is present for the system. Output overload: The output is triggered when there is an overload condition, while the UPS is in inverter operation or bypass operation.
    UPS in normal operation: The output is triggered when the UPS is in normal operation. Input out of tolerance: The output is triggered when the input is out of tolerance.
    UPS in battery operation: The output is triggered when the UPS is in battery operation. Bypass out of tolerance: The output is triggered when the bypass is out of tolerance.
    UPS in static bypass operation: The output is triggered when the UPS is in forced static bypass operation or requested static bypass operation. EPO active: The output is triggered when the EPO has been activated.
    UPS in maintenance bypass operation: The output is triggered when the UPS is in internal maintenance bypass operation or external maintenance bypass operation.  
  5. Tap OK to save your settings.
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