UPS 1000Z, UPS 1200Z, UPS500G and UPS600G Uninterruptible Power Supplys Caterpillar


Operating Parameters - Set

Usage:

UPS 600G DLD


Password




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  1. Refer to Operations and Maintenance Manual, SEBU7464, "Using Computer Software" for information on loading software.

    A screen that is similar to illustration 1 will appear after the software is loaded.

  1. Select "Enter Password" menu option. Refer to illustration 1.



    Illustration 2g00787622

  1. Enter a valid username. Enter a valid password. Click on "OK". Refer to illustration 2.

Nominal Voltage - Set

Note: This procedure is needed for each MMU that is in the system.

  1. Refer to Operations and Maintenance Manual, SEBU7464, "Using Computer Software".



    Illustration 3g01100882

  1. Navigate to "Op. Params. Op. Group 1: Nominal Voltage". Select "Nominal Voltage" from the drop-down menu. Refer to illustration 3.



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  1. Enter the new value that is required by your system in the "Enter new value for Nominal Voltage" box. Refer to illustration 4.

    Note: This value must match the settings for the transformer voltage tap. Refer to Operation and Maintenance Manual, "Transformer Voltage Setup".




    Illustration 5g01100933

  1. Click the "Send" button.

    After the "Send" button has been selected, a text message in the UPS View window confirms the setting of a new "Nominal Voltage" value. Refer to illustration 5.

  1. Repeat steps 1 through 4 for each MMU.

The Nominal Voltage is now set.

Setting the "Automatic Voltage Regulator Seed"

Note: The "Automatic Voltage Regulator Seed" parameter is only valid on Revision E or earlier versions of Firmware. To change this parameter, you will need to contact Caterpillar Technical Support for a password.

Note: This procedure is needed for each MMU that is in the system.

  1. Refer to Operations and Maintenance Manual, SEBU7464, "Using Computer Software".



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  1. Navigate to "Op. Params. Op. Group 12: Tuning Parameter 1" and select "AVR Seed" from the drop-down menu. Refer to illustration 6.



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  1. Enter the new value that is required by your system in the "Enter new value for AVR Seed" box. Refer to illustration 7.

    Table 1
    Operating Parameter     50 HZ     60 HZ    
    "AVR Seed"     766     920    

  1. Click on the "Send" button.

    After the "Send" button has been selected, a message in the message area of the UPS View window will confirm the setting of the new value for the "AVR Seed".

  1. Repeat steps 1 through 4 for each MMU.

The "Automatic Voltage Regulator Seed" is set.

Frequency - Set

Note: Change the Operating Parameters only if it is necessary to change the frequency from 50 Hz to 60 Hz or 60 Hz to 50 Hz operation.

Note: This procedure is needed for each MMU that is in the system.

  1. Refer to Operations and Maintenance Manual, SEBU7464, "Using Computer Software".



    Illustration 8g01100950

  1. Navigate to "Op. Params. Op. Group 1: Nominal Voltage" and select "Over Frequency Trip" from the drop-down menu. Refer to illustration 8.



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  1. Enter the new value that is required by your system in the "Enter new value for Over Frequency Trip" box. Refer to illustration 9.

    Table 2
    Operating Parameter     50 HZ     60 HZ    
    "Over Frequency Trip"     51.5     62    

  1. Click the "Send" button.

    After the "Send" button is selected, a message in the message area of the UPS View window will confirm the setting of the new "Over Frequency Trip" value.




    Illustration 10g01100987

  1. Navigate to "Op. Params. Op. Group 1: Nominal Voltage" and select "Under Frequency Trip" from the drop-down menu. Refer to illustration 10.



    Illustration 11g00856322

  1. Enter the new value that is required by your system in the "Enter new value for Under Frequency Trip" box. Refer to illustration 11.

    Table 3
    Operating Parameter     50 HZ     60 HZ    
    "Under Frequency Trip"     48.5     58    

  1. Click the "Send" button.

    After the "Send" button has been selected, a message in the message area of UPS View window will confirm the setting of the new "Under Frequency Trip" value.

The parameter for setting the frequency is set.

"Internal CAN Enable" Set

Note: This procedure is for configuring the communications between the PC and the UPS after the initial start-up of the PC.

Note: During the initial start-up of communications, ignore any alarms until the start-up procedures for communications are complete.

Internal CAN Enable




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  1. Click on "Op Params.".

  1. Click on "Op. Group 5: Internal CAN Enable".

  1. Click on "Internal CAN Enable".



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  1. Set "Internal CAN Enable" to 1.

  1. Click on "Send".

"Internal CAN Node ID"

  1. Click on "Op Params.".

  1. Click on "Op. Group 5: Internal CAN Enable".



    Illustration 14g00931843

  1. Click on "Internal CAN Node ID".



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  1. Set the "Internal CAN Node ID" for the sequentially numbered MMU that is indicated by the Selector Switch (MMU). Refer to Operations and Maintenance Manual, SEBU7464, "Using Computer Software".

  1. Click on "Send".

"UPS Net Enable"

  1. Click on "Op Params.".

  1. Click on "Op. Group 5: Internal CAN Enable".



    Illustration 16g00932066

  1. Select "UPS Net Enable".

  1. Set "UPS Net Enable" to 1.

  1. Click on "Send".

UPS View Baud Rate




    Illustration 17g00932106

  1. Click on "Op Params.".

  1. Click on "Op. Group 5: UPS Net Enable".

  1. Set "UPS View Baud Rate" to 38400.

  1. Click "Send".

  1. Proceed to "The Setting of the "Model Index"".

"Model Index" Set

Table 4
MODEL     DESCRIPTION (number of MMU(s))     FREQUENCY     "MODEL INDEX"     SYSTEM CAPACITY (kW)     S/N PREFIX    
UPS300     1 MMU     60 Hz     0     240     CNJ    
UPS250     1 MMU     50 Hz     1     200     APZ    
UPS300E     1 MMU Upgradeable     60 Hz     2     240     CPZ    
UPS250E     1 MMU Upgradeable     50 Hz     3     200     CNM    
UPS300R     1 MMU plus 1 MMU     60 Hz     4     240     CPZ    
UPS250R     1 MMU plus 1 MMU     50 Hz     5     200     CNM    
UPS600     2 MMU(s)     60 Hz     6     480     CTX    
UPS500I     2 MMU(s)     50 Hz     7     400     CSE    
UPS600R     2 MMU(s) plus 1 MMU     60 Hz     8     480     CTX    
UPS500R     2 MMU(s) plus 1 MMU     50 Hz     9     400     CSE    
UPS900     3 MMU(s)     60 Hz     10     720     CRY    
UPS750I     3 MMU(s)     50 Hz     11     600     CPZ    
UPS900R     3 MMU(s) plus 1 MMU     60 Hz     12     720     CRY    
UPS750R     3 MMU(s) plus 1 MMU     50 Hz     13     600     CPZ    

  1. Refer to Operations and Maintenance Manual, SEBU7464, "Using Computer Software".



    Illustration 18g01100994

  1. Navigate to "Op. Params. Op. Group 6: Model Index" and select "Model Index" from the drop-down menu. Refer to illustration 18.



    Illustration 19g00856330

  1. Enter the new value that is required by your system in the "Enter new value for Model Index" box. Refer to table 4.

  1. Click the "Send" button.

    After the "Send" button has been selected, a message in the message area of UPS View window will confirm the setting of the new "Model Index" value.

  1. Push the "CTRL" key and the "R" key on the PC sequentially.

    Note: This will reset the processor.

  1. Press the "Y" key in order to answer yes.

    Note: Steps 2 through 4 may need to be repeated if the programming is not completed.

  1. Repeat "Internal CAN Enable" and ""Model Index" Set" for each additional MMU in your system.

Setting the Operating Parameters for UPS Net




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Note: The following procedure must be performed for each MMU.




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  1. Connect a PC to the "RS-232/RS-485" port of the MMU that needs to be setup. The port is located on the bottom corner of the System I/O (SIO) Board in the MMU. This must be accomplished prior to the application of high voltage to the system.

  1. Verify that the jumper "J1" on the System I/O (SIO) Board is in the proper position. UP is for "RS-485" and DOWN is for" RS-232". The default setting is DOWN.

  1. Verify that the input voltage to the MMU is correct.

  1. Verify that the phase rotation to the MMU is correct.

  1. Close the high voltage inputs to the MMU that is being setup.

    Note: The system will start. The system will remain in BYPASS. The PC should be communicating with the MMU.

  1. Click on the "Enter Password" menu option in order to obtain the "Enter User Name/Password" dialog box.

  1. Enter a valid username. Then, enter a valid password.

  1. Select "Op. Group 5: Internal CAN Enable" from the "Op. Params." menu.

  1. Select "Internal CAN enable" and enter a value of 1.

  1. Select "Op. Group 5: Internal CAN Enable" from the "Op. Params." menu.

  1. Select "UPS Net Enable". Enter a value of 1.

  1. Select "Op. Group 5: Internal CAN Enable" from the "Op. Params." menu.

  1. Select "Internal CAN Node ID". Enter the number that corresponds to that MMU.

  1. Open the high voltage inputs to the MMU.

  1. Disconnect the PC from the MMU.

  1. Return to Step 1. Repeat the process for each consecutive MMU until every MMU is completed. Then, continue to Step 17.

    Note: The following portion of this procedure only needs to be performed at one MMU. The following portion will update all other MMUs in the system.

  1. Proceed to any MMU and connect a PC to the "RS-232/RS-485" port. The port is located on the bottom corner of the System I/O (SIO) Board of the MMU. This must be accomplished prior to the application of high voltage to the system.

  1. Close all high voltage inputs.

  1. Allow all MMUs to power up.

  1. Click on the "Enter Password" menu option in order to obtain the "Enter User Name/Password" dialog box.

  1. Enter a valid username. Then, enter a valid password.

  1. Select the "Op. Group 6: Model Index" from "Op. Params." menu.

  1. Select "Model Index". Enter the correct number from the table 4.

  1. Select "Op. Group 6: Model Index" from the "Op. Params." menu.

  1. Select "System Capacity". Enter the correct value from the table 4.

  1. Open the high voltage inputs to the MMU.

  1. Disconnect the PC from the MMU.

Ethernet Setup Procedure

  1. Connect a network cable from the System I/O (SIO) Board in each MMU to the Ethernet Hub that is located in the System Cabinet.

  1. Proceed to the MMU that needs to be set up. Connect a PC to the "RS-232/RS-485" port. The port is located on the bottom corner of the System I/O (SIO) Board in the MMU. This must be accomplished prior to the application of high voltage to the system.

  1. Close the high voltage inputs to the MMU that is being setup.

  1. Click on the "Enter Password" menu option in order to obtain the "Enter User Name/Password" dialog box.



    Illustration 22g01100997

  1. Click on the "Settings" menu. Select "Remote Notification Settings" and then select "Service E-mail Configuration".



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    "E-mail Configuration"

  1. Input the E-mail Address or Addresses. One to four E-mail addresses can be accepted by the system.

  1. Click on the "Send" button in order to store the information into flash memory.

  1. Click on the "Receive" button in order to view the current settings that are stored in flash memory.

  1. Click on the "Test" button. This will send a test e-mail to the e-mail address in order to ensure that the settings are correct.

  1. Click on "Settings" menu. Select "Remote Notification Settings" and then select "Network Configuration".



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    "Network Configuration"

  1. Input the "UPS IP Address" number.

  1. Input the "Mail Server IP Address" number.

  1. Input the "Subnet Mask" number.

  1. Input the "Port Number".

    Note: The above settings are obtained from the Network Administrator.

  1. Click on the "Send" button in order to store the information into flash memory.

  1. Click on the "Receive" button in order to view the current settings that are stored in flash memory.

  1. Click on the "Test" button. This will send a test e-mail to the e-mail addresses in order to ensure that the settings are correct.

  1. When all parameters have been entered press "Send" and then Exit.

  1. Select the "Op. Params." menu and select "Op. Group 5: Internal CAN Enable".

  1. Select "Network Enable" and enter a value of 1.

  1. Press "Cntl R" in order to reset the microprocessor.

  1. Press "Y" in order to confirm the reset.

Note: Each MMU must be programmed with a unique serial number for the network option to function properly.

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