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UPS R3000 XR

Maintenance and Service Guide

First Edition (September 2000) Part Number 221891-001 Spare Part Number 223932-001 Compaq Computer Corporation

Notice
© 2000 Compaq Computer Corporation COMPAQ, the Compaq logo, Compaq Insight Manager, and SmartStart Registered in U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. All other product names mentioned herein may be trademarks of their respective companies. Compaq shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein. The information in this document is subject to change without notice. THE INFORMATION IN THIS PUBLICATION IS PROVIDED “AS IS” WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND. THE ENTIRE RISK ARISING OUT OF THE USE OF THIS INFORMATION REMAINS WITH RECIPIENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL COMPAQ BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, PUNITIVE OR OTHER DAMAGES WHATSOEVER (INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, DAMAGES FOR LOSS OF BUSINESS PROFITS, BUSINESS INTERRUPTION OR LOSS OF BUSINESS INFORMATION), EVEN IF COMPAQ HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES AND WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT OR TORT, INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE. The limited warranties for Compaq products are exclusively set forth in the documentation accompanying such products. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting a further or additional warranty.

Compaq UPS R3000 XR Maintenance and Service Guide First Edition (September 2000) Part Number 221891-001 Spare Part Number 223932-001

Contents

About This Guide
Symbols in Text .......................................................................................................... v Compaq Technician Notes .........................................................................................vi Where to Go for Additional Help ...............................................................................vi Telephone Numbers ...........................................................................................vii

Chapter 1
Before You Begin
Safety and Product Information................................................................................1-1 Symbols on Equipment .....................................................................................1-1 Technician Notes...............................................................................................1-2 Rack ..................................................................................................................1-2 Weight ...............................................................................................................1-2 Communication Ports........................................................................................1-3 Extended Runtime Modules and Batteries ........................................................1-3 Remote Emergency Power Off (REPO)............................................................1-4

Chapter 2
Illustrated Parts List
Exploded View .........................................................................................................2-2

Chapter 3
Removal and Replacement Procedures
Before You Begin.....................................................................................................3-1 Replaceable Parts ..............................................................................................3-1 Tools Required ..................................................................................................3-2 Identifying Components ...........................................................................................3-2 Front Panel ........................................................................................................3-2 Front Panel Controls and LED Display.............................................................3-3 Rear Panel Components ....................................................................................3-4 Modes of Operation..................................................................................................3-6 Standby Mode ...................................................................................................3-6 Operate Mode....................................................................................................3-6 Configure Mode ................................................................................................3-6 Auto-Bypass Mode............................................................................................3-6 Powering Down the UPS..........................................................................................3-7 Emergency Shutdown .......................................................................................3-7

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Removal and Replacement Procedures
continued

Replacing the UPS Battery Pack ..............................................................................3-8 Disposing of Used Batteries ............................................................................3-10 Replacing the Electronics Module..........................................................................3-11 Replacing an Option or Communication Board .....................................................3-14 Replacing the UPS Unit..........................................................................................3-16 Extended Runtime Modules ...................................................................................3-17 Replacing ERM Battery Packs ........................................................................3-17 Replacing an ERM ..........................................................................................3-20

Chapter 4
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting During Start...................................................................................4-1 Troubleshooting After Start......................................................................................4-2

Chapter 5
Specifications
Physical Specifications.............................................................................................5-1 Input Specifications..................................................................................................5-2 Output Specifications ...............................................................................................5-3 Overcurrent Protection .............................................................................................5-5 Battery Specifications...............................................................................................5-5 Battery Runtime .......................................................................................................5-5 Environmental Specifications...................................................................................5-6

Index

Improper repairs could create conditions that are hazardous.About This Guide This Maintenance and Service Guide is a troubleshooting guide that can be used for reference when servicing Compaq R3000 XR series of Uninterruptible Power Systems (UPSs). WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal injury from electrical shock and hazardous energy levels. IMPORTANT: Text set off in this manner presents clarifying information or specific instructions. They have the following meanings: WARNING: Text set off in this manner indicates that failure to follow directions in the warning could result in bodily harm or loss of life. Symbols in Text These symbols may be found in the text of this guide. NOTE: Text set off in this manner presents commentary. sidelights. or interesting points of information. precautions. CAUTION: Text set off in this manner indicates that failure to follow directions could result in damage to equipment or loss of information. only authorized service technicians should attempt to repair this equipment. . IMPORTANT: The installation of options and servicing of this product shall be performed by individuals who are knowledgeable of the procedures. and hazards associated with equipment containing hazardous energy circuits.

do not attempt to make repairs at the component level or to make modifications to any printed wiring board. do not exceed the level of repair specified in these procedures. Where to Go for Additional Help In addition to this guide. no one should attempt to make repairs at the component level or to make modifications to any printed wiring board. WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal injury from electrical shock and hazardous energy levels. Because of the complexity of the individual boards and subassemblies. Any indications of component replacement or printed wiring board modifications may void any warranty. The grounding plug is an important safety feature. disconnect power from the system by unplugging all power cords from the power supplies. WARNING: To reduce the risk of electric shock or damage to the equipment: If the system has multiple power supplies. CAUTION: The UPS is designed to be electrically grounded. the following information sources are available: I I I I I I I User Documentation Compaq Service Quick Reference Guide Service Training Guides Compaq Service Advisories and Bulletins Compaq QuickFind Compaq Insight Manager TM Compaq Download Facility: Call 1-281-518-1418 . Improper repairs can create a safety hazard. Plug the power cord into a grounded (earthed) electrical outlet that is easily accessible at all times.vi Compaq UPS R3000 XR Maintenance and Service Guide Compaq Technician Notes WARNING: Only authorized technicians trained by Compaq should attempt to repair this equipment. Do not disable the power cord grounding plug. Because of the complexity of the individual boards and subassemblies. plug the AC power cord into a properly grounded AC outlet only. you must provide at least 12 inches (30. CAUTION: To properly ventilate your system. All troubleshooting and repair procedures are detailed to allow only subassembly/module level repair. To ensure proper operation.5 cm) of clearance at the front and back of the UPS. Improper repairs could create conditions that are hazardous.

visit the Compaq website at http://www. call 1-800-386-2172 For Compaq technical support phone numbers outside the United States and Canada.About This Guide vii Telephone Numbers For the name of your nearest Compaq Authorized Reseller: I I In the United States.com . call 1-800-263-5868 For Compaq technical support: I I In the United States and Canada. call 1-800-345-1518 In Canada.compaq.

Persons performing installation or service procedures must be Trained Service Technicians. Any product or assembly marked with these symbols indicates that the component exceeds the recommended weight for one individual to handle safely. weight kg weight lb WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal injury or damage to the equipment. Symbols on Equipment These icons may be located on equipment in areas where hazardous conditions may exist. . allow the surface to cool before touching. knowledgeable about the procedures. If this surface is contacted. WARNING: To reduce the risk of injury from a hot component. do not open this enclosure. precautions. observe local health and safety requirements and guidelines for manual material handling.Chapter 1 Before You Begin Safety and Product Information WARNING: The Compaq Uninterruptible Power System (UPS) R3000 XR contains hazardous voltage levels and energy circuits. Any surface or area of the equipment marked with these symbols indicates the presence of a hot surface or hot component. There is a risk of personal injury from electrical shock and hazardous energy levels. Any surface or area of the equipment marked with these symbols indicates the presence of electrical shock hazards. the potential for injury exists. and hazards associated with AC Power Products. WARNING: To reduce risk of injury from electrical shock hazards. Enclosed area contains no operator serviceable parts.

You extend only one component at a time. the rack must be reconfigured to allow installation of the UPS at the bottom of the rack. The installation of options and routine maintenance and service of this product must be performed by Trained Service Technicians who are knowledgeable about the procedures. The full weight of the rack rests on the leveling jacks. ensure that: The leveling jacks are extended to the floor. Remove all watches. All troubleshooting and repair procedures are detailed to allow only subassembly/module level repair. Weight WARNING: The UPS R3000 XR weighs 82 lb (37 kg) when fully assembled. rings. Remove all pluggable options and batteries to reduce the overall weight of the product. The battery pack weighs 42 lb (19 kg). If placed in a rack with existing equipment. Because of the complexity of the individual boards and subassemblies. Improper repairs can create a safety hazard. for instructions on rack-mounting the UPS. Obtain adequate assistance to lift and stabilize the product during installation or removal. shipped with the UPS R3000 XR kit. and any other metal or loose-fitting jewelry. The stabilizing feet are attached to the rack for a single rack installation. Install the UPS R3000 XR and the Extended Runtime Modules (ERMs) only at the bottom of the rack. precautions. and hazards associated with AC Power Products. Rack WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal injury or damage to the equipment. no one should attempt to make repairs at the component level or to make modifications to any printed wiring board. . Refer to the appropriate installation card and rack template. Mount the UPS R3000 XR only on the fixed rails included in the UPS package. Avoid the use of conductive tools that could bridge live parts. The racks are coupled in multiple rack installations. Do not exceed the level of repair specified in these procedures.1-2 Compaq UPS R3000 XR Maintenance and Service Guide Technician Notes WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal injury from electrical shock and hazardous energy levels: Only authorized technicians trained by Compaq should attempt to repair this equipment. A rack may become unstable if more than one component is extended for any reason. To reduce the risk of personal injury or damage to the equipment: 82 lb 37 kg Observe local health and safety requirements and guidelines for manual material handling.

rings. WARNING: To reduce risk of personal injury from electric shock or damage to equipment: A Trained Service Technician must install all batteries and the Extended Runtime Modules (ERMs). . Do not immerse the batteries in water. Do not expose the batteries to temperatures higher than 60°C or dispose of in fire. only use the DE9 UPS/Computer Interface cable supplied by Compaq (part number 201092-00X) to connect the communications port to the host computer. Do not attempt to replace batteries unless all battery circuit breakers on any connected ERMs are in the OFF (down) position. adhere to the following precautions when handling batteries: Make sure that only qualified personnel handle or connect the batteries. There is a 120-volt potential across the batteries. This UPS contains sealed lead-acid batteries. adhere to the following precautions: Do not attempt to recharge batteries after removal from the UPS. Remove watches. or puncture the batteries. There is a 120-volt potential across the batteries. WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal injury or equipment damage. Use only the Compaq battery spare designated for this UPS. Do not attempt to replace batteries unless all battery circuit breakers on any connected ERMs are in the OFF (down) position. or other metal objects prior to working with the equipment. Extended Runtime Modules and Batteries Observe these precautions when handling or connecting batteries and Extended Runtime Modules. crush. Do not disassemble. Do not short the external contacts of the batteries. This UPS/Computer Interface Cable carries power and is specifically designed for UPS communications. Use tools with insulated handles. Do not use standard RS-232 cables.Before You Begin 1-3 Communication Ports CAUTION: To reduce the risk of damage to the equipment. To reduce the risk of fire or chemical burns.

Verify that the main breaker switch is in the OFF position before wiring the REPO port. Return the used battery for proper disposal to: Compaq. The UPS R3000 XR REPO port is designed to meet the requirements stated in National Electrical Code (NFPA 70) Article 645-10 and 11 in North America or the equivalent local and/or national wiring regulations. If the date on the Battery Recharge Date Label has passed without the batteries being recharged. In North America. Checking the battery recharge date label IMPORTANT: Do not use the batteries if the recharge date has passed (Figure 1-1). WARNING: To reduce risk of personal injury or damage to equipment: Only a licensed electrician can wire the REPO port. Article 725) for a Class 2 circuit. it must be connected to a Remote Emergency Power Off (REPO) circuit. IMPORTANT: Compaq recommends that you do not maintain an inventory of spare batteries on-site unless you implement a procedure to keep these batteries charged while in storage.1-4 Compaq UPS R3000 XR Maintenance and Service Guide THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS A NONSPILLABLE BATTERY Next Recharge Date: 14-DEC-01 Please refer to Maintenance Section of Owner's Manual enclosed inside Figure 1-1. or their agents A recycling center that meets all local environmental standards Pb Remote Emergency Power Off (REPO) If the UPS R3000 XR is to be installed in a computer equipment room. contact an Authorized Compaq Service Representative. Do not dispose of used batteries with general office or household waste. your authorized Compaq Partners. . the REPO circuit must comply with the NEC (NFPA 70. The REPO port wiring must also meet all other national and local standards in the area in which it is installed.

See Table 2-1 for the names of referenced spare parts.Chapter 2 Illustrated Parts List This chapter provides the illustrated parts breakdown and a spare parts list for the Compaq UPS R3000 XR. .

2-2 Compaq UPS R3000 XR Maintenance and Service Guide Exploded View 6 5 2 1 3 4 Figure 2-1. Exploded view. Compaq UPS R3000 XR .

Illustrated Parts List 2-3 Table 2-1 UPS Spares Parts List Ref 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Description UPS Chassis Front Bezel Electronics Module (low voltage) Electronics Module (high voltage) UPS Battery Pack Battery Bracket X-Slot Serial Board UPS L530-NA UPS L530-JP UPS 620H-NA UPS DTC-INTL UPS 309-EURO 8 9 q Cables w e * Not shown ** No spare available UPS to server interface cable UPS to UPS interface cable 204508-001* 204509-001* Cord Retention Clip Front and Rear Mounting Brackets Mounting Rail Maintenance and Service Guide Spares Part # ** 204507-001 204506-001 216097-001* 204503-001 ** 204514-001 222383-001* 222383-291* 222384-001* 222385-002* 222386-021* 204505-001* 204504-001* 322578-002* 223932-001* .

2-4 Compaq UPS R3000 XR Maintenance and Service Guide 15 15 16 17 14 14 Figure 2-2. Extended Runtime Module . Exploded view.

Illustrated Parts List 2-5 Table 2-2 Extended Runtime Module Spares Parts List Ref r t y u i o p Cables a * Not shown ** No spare available ERM to UPS Cable 216092-001* Description Battery Packs Battery Brackets Front Bezel Chassis for Extended Runtime Module Extended Runtime Module Front and Rear Mounting Brackets Mounting Rail Spares Part # 204503-001 ** 204511-001 ** 204510-001* 204504-001* 322578-002* .

read and understand the cautions and warnings in Chapter 1. Persons performing installation or service procedures must be Trained Service Technicians. knowledgeable about the procedures. precautions.” Replaceable Parts The UPS R3000 XR contains the following replaceable parts: ! Front bezel ! UPS battery pack ! Electronics module ! Option or communication board ! UPS unit ! ERM battery packs ! Extended Runtime Modules (ERMs) . Before You Begin WARNING: The Compaq UPS R3000 XR is a high-energy product.Chapter 3 Removal and Replacement Procedures This chapter provides guidance for removing and replacing spare parts in the Compaq UPS R3000 XR. “Before You Begin. There is a risk of personal injury from electrical shock and hazardous energy levels. Before beginning any of the procedures in this chapter. and hazards associated with high-energy AC Power Products.

you need one or more of the following: I I I #2 Phillips screwdriver ¼-inch driver Compaq Power Management Utility (from the Compaq SmartStart Software CD) TM and Support I Voltmeter to verify the nominal voltages to ensure proper configuration Identifying Components Use the following illustrations to locate and identify the components of the UPS R3000 XR.3-2 Compaq UPS R3000 XR Maintenance and Service Guide Tools Required To service a UPS R3000 XR. Front panel Table 3-1 Front Panel Component Identification Item 1 2 3 Description Battery compartment Control buttons LED display . Front Panel 1 2 3 Figure 3-1.

and status monitoring. configuration. load control. 1 15 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 14 13 12 11 10 Figure 3-2.Removal and Replacement Procedures 3-3 Front Panel Controls and LED Display The UPS front panel contains four control buttons and ten LEDs that create the interface for setup. Front panel controls and LED display with front bezel removed Table 3-2 Front Panel Controls and LED Display Item 1 2 3 4 5 Name General Alarm On Battery Bad Battery/Low Battery Site Wiring Fault Indicator Utility LED Function Indicates a general alarm when red Indicates that the battery is on when red Indicates that the battery is bad or low when red Indicates a wiring fault when red Indicates that: The unit is in Auto-Bypass mode when red The utility voltage is present and output is on when green The utility input voltage is outside nominal range when flashing red The utility voltage is present and the UPS is in Standby mode when flashing green 6 7 Overload LED 76% to 100% load Indicates that the UPS exceeds maximum power available when red Indicates that the UPS is approximately 76% to 100% of the maximum power available when green continued .

Low voltage unit rear panel components .3-4 Compaq UPS R3000 XR Maintenance and Service Guide Table 3-2 Front Panel Controls and LED Display continued Item 8 9 q w e r t Name 51% to 75% load 26% to 50% load 0% to 25% load Configure mode on LED Configure button TEST/ALARM RESET button STANDBY button ON button Function Indicates that the UPS is approximately 51% to 75% of the maximum power available when green Indicates that the UPS is approximately 26% to 50% of the maximum power available when green Indicates that the UPS is approximately 0% to 25% of the maximum power available when green Indicates that the UPS is in Configure mode Places the UPS in Configure mode Initiates a self-test and silences audio alarms Places the UPS in Standby mode Places the UPS in Operate mode Rear Panel Components 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 11 10 9 8 Figure 3-3.

Description REPO port ERM connector Communications port/Options slot Load segment 1 Load segment 2 Load segment 3 Load segment circuit protectors Compaq PDU output receptacle (Load segment 1) Cord retention clip attachment locations Ground bonding screw Power cord with plug . High voltage unit rear panel components Table 3-3 Rear Panel Components Item 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 : .Removal and Replacement Procedures 3-5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 11 10 9 8 Figure 3-4.

Configure Mode Place the UPS in Configure mode by removing the front bezel and pressing and holding the Configure button on the front panel until the Configure mode on LED turns solid green. The configuration of the UPS can be updated. Press the STANDBY button to turn the LED configuration on or off. Standby Mode Place the UPS in Standby mode by pressing the STANDBY button on the front panel. Press the TEST/ALARM RESET button to accept the select configuration. While the UPS is in Configure mode: I I I Power is available at the UPS output receptacles. The UPS charges the batteries as necessary. Auto-Bypass Mode The UPS automatically switches to Auto-Bypass mode if the following conditions occur: I The power (wattage) to the unit reaches a percentage greater than 110 percent for 10 cycles or 103 percent for 30 seconds. In the Configure mode. During Standby mode: I I No power is available at the UPS output receptacles. The LED display and control buttons let you monitor and change the UPS configuration parameters. The UPS charges the batteries as necessary. I . the front panel LED display changes function. During Operate mode: I I Power is available at the UPS output receptacles.3-6 Compaq UPS R3000 XR Maintenance and Service Guide Modes of Operation The UPS has four modes of operation: Standby. The UPS power module fails or is removed. and Auto-Bypass. Operate Mode Place the UPS in Operate mode by pressing the ON button on the front panel. The UPS charges the batteries as necessary. In the Configure mode: I I I Press the ON button to advance to the next configuration mode. Configure. Operate.

use a Lockout/Tagout procedure to isolate the UPS R3000 XR from AC power before wiring the product or replacing a non-hot-plug component. no power will be available to the devices until utility power is restored and the devices are manually powered up. Disconnect the UPS from utility power. You can connect the REPO ports of multiple UPSs to a single switch or circuit to shut down your entire system in an emergency.Removal and Replacement Procedures 3-7 Powering Down the UPS To completely remove power from the UPS: 1. Disconnect the UPS R3000 XR AC input source. If the UPS was operating on battery power when the remote switch was closed. Wait at least 60 seconds for the UPS internal circuitry to discharge. The UPS R3000 XR REPO circuit is an IEC950 Secondary Extra Low Voltage (SELV) circuit. I I I To shut down the system: 1. Disconnect the mains by opening the switch or circuit breaker at the utility panel. 2. The REPO port allows you to shut the UPS down from a remote location. Power down all equipment being supported by the UPS (attached loads). . The REPO feature shuts down devices that are operating under either utility or battery power. The computer room Emergency Power shutdown circuit conductors that connect to the REPO terminals must: I Meet the requirements of an NEC Class 2 circuit or IEC950 Secondary Extra Low Voltage (SELV) circuit Be separated from any hazardous voltage circuits or conductors by reinforced insulation Short the UPS R3000 XR REPO terminals. 3. IMPORTANT: The REPO feature shuts down protected devices immediately and does not follow the orderly shutdown procedure initiated by Compaq Power Management Software. 4. Place the UPS in Standby mode by pressing the STANDBY button on the front panel. Emergency Shutdown Compaq UPS R3000 XR models include a Remote Emergency Power Off (REPO) port as required by the National Electric Code (NFPA 70). 2. Place the UPS on Standby. WARNING: To reduce the risk of electrical shock and/or equipment damage.

replace the batteries. NOTE: Depending on usage and environmental conditions. . follow the procedure in “Powering Down the UPS. If the red LED is still flashing after the test. The battery packs are accessed from the front of the unit. To replace batteries with the UPS power off. the batteries should last three to six years.” in this chapter. the battery pack will need to be replaced within 30 to 60 days. NOTE: Batteries can be replaced (hot-swapped) without powering off the UPS if the UPS is not supplying battery power to devices (utility is present. Bad Battery/Low Battery LED Verify that battery replacement is required by initiating a UPS self-test (press the TEST/ALARM RESET button). 1 100% 1 25% Figure 3-5. indicating that the UPS is supplying utility power).3-8 Compaq UPS R3000 XR Maintenance and Service Guide Replacing the UPS Battery Pack When the Bad Battery/Low Battery LED 1 turns red.

3 2 1 Figure 3-6. Remove the two screws 1 and lift off the metal battery bracket 2.Removal and Replacement Procedures 3-9 To replace the battery pack: 1. Locate the two screws 2 on the metal battery bracket 3. Obtain access to the battery pack by pulling on both ends of the front bezel 1 to remove it. 2. Removing the front bezel 3. 1 2 1 Figure 3-7. Removing the battery bracket .

Set aside the used battery pack for proper disposal. your replacement battery kit includes the instructions and packaging required to return used batteries to an appropriate location for disposal. If a local approved recycle/disposal site is not available. Initiate a UPS self-test by pressing the TEST/ALARM RESET button. 8. 5. Return the used battery for proper disposal to: ! Compaq. See “Disposing of Used Batteries.3-10 Compaq UPS R3000 XR Maintenance and Service Guide 4. Replace the metal battery bracket and secure the two screws. your authorized Compaq Partners. Slide the new battery pack into the chassis. 7. Do not dispose of used batteries with general office or household waste. or their agents ! A recycling center that meets all local environmental standards Pb . Figure 3-8. Pull out the battery pack.” in this chapter. Removing the battery pack WARNING: The UPS R3000 XR battery pack weighs 42 lb (19 kg). Snap on the front bezel. 6. Disposing of Used Batteries The UPS uses sealed lead/acid batteries that must be disposed of in accordance with local environmental regulations and laws. Prepare the area and observe all materials handling procedures for removing the battery pack.

follow the procedure in “Powering Down the UPS. Disconnect the communications cable. hold down the TEST/ALARM RESET button while sliding the new electronics module into the chassis. Figure 3-9. To replace the electronics module with the UPS power off. CAUTION: To avoid dropping the load while hot-swapping the electronics module. To replace the electronics module: 1.” in this chapter.Removal and Replacement Procedures 3-11 Replacing the Electronics Module NOTE: The electronics module can be replaced (hot-swapped) without powering off the UPS. The TEST/ALARM RESET button is located on the UPS front panel. Disconnecting the communications cable .

Removing the front bezel 4. 2 3 1 Figure 3-10. 2 1 Figure 3-11. Remove the two screws 1 and pull out the electronics module 2. Removing the electronics module . 3. Obtain access to the electronics module by pulling on both ends of the front bezel 1 to remove it. Locate the two screws 2 on the electronics module 3.3-12 Compaq UPS R3000 XR Maintenance and Service Guide 2.

1 2 Figure 3-12. Inserting the electronics module 5. 6. Hold down the TEST/ALARM RESET button 1 on the front panel of the new electronics module and slide the electronics module into the chassis 2. Attach the communications cable. . and a UPS self-test begins (about four seconds). 7. Secure the two screws. 3. hold down the TEST/ALARM RESET button while sliding the new electronics module into the chassis.Removal and Replacement Procedures 3-13 CAUTION: To avoid dropping the load while hot-swapping the electronics module. Do not release the TEST/ALARM RESET button until the electronics module is firmly seated in the connector. the Configure mode on LED flashes green. Snap on the front bezel.

3-14 Compaq UPS R3000 XR Maintenance and Service Guide Replacing an Option or Communication Board NOTE: The option or communication board can be replaced (hot-swapped) without powering off the UPS.” The UPS switches to Auto-Bypass mode. Disconnect the external cable from the board. See steps 2 through 4 in “Replacing the Electronics Module. follow the procedure in “Powering Down the UPS. To remove an option or communication board: 1. To replace the option or communication board with the UPS power off.” in this chapter. Disconnecting option board cables 2. Figure 3-13. If the UPS is powered down. remove the electronics module. proceed to step 3. . If hot-swapping the board.

Pull the board out of the unit. Tighten the screws that secure the board to the UPS. replace the electronics module. Figure 3-14. 7.Removal and Replacement Procedures 3-15 3. See steps 5 through 7 in “Replacing the Electronics Module. hold down the TEST/ALARM RESET button while sliding the new electronics module into the chassis. 4. 6. . NOTE: Replacing the communication board resets the timer and schedules. Reconnect the external cable. Remove the screws securing the board to the UPS.” CAUTION: To avoid dropping the load. 8. If the UPS is powered down. Removing an option board 5. Slide the new board into the UPS. If hot-swapping the board. NOTE: The power management software may need to be rebooted after hot-swapping the board. proceed to step 8.

Unplug connected devices and remove the retention clips that secure device cables to the UPS. 5.” in this chapter. Follow the procedure in “Powering Down the UPS. Power down the UPS. Unplug the UPS power cable. Unplug an attached ERM from the back of the UPS. Figure 3-15. Turn all battery circuit breakers on the ERMs (one circuit breaker each) to the Off position. Figure 3-16. 2.3-16 Compaq UPS R3000 XR Maintenance and Service Guide Replacing the UPS Unit To replace the UPS: 1. Unplugging the Extended Runtime Module . 4. Switching the circuit breaker to the Off position 3.

Remove the UPS from the rack. Replacing ERM Battery Packs NOTE: The battery packs can be replaced (hot-swapped) without powering down the UPS. To replace the UPS. Figure 3-17. 9. To remove battery packs from an ERM: 1. 7. Remove the UPS front bezel. Extended Runtime Modules Extended Runtime Modules (ERMs) are supported by the Compaq UPS R3000 XR. Switch the circuit breaker on the rear of the ERM to the Off position. NOTE: These figures were derived using the Compaq-recommended 80 percent load. place the new unit in the rack and reverse steps 1 through 7. 8. The UPS rear panel provides a power receptacle where the module is attached. Switching the circuit breaker to the Off position . Remove the screws that secure the UPS to the front of the rack. The UPS R3000 XR ERM contains two battery packs in a 2U chassis and extends the available UPS runtime up to 30 minutes.Removal and Replacement Procedures 3-17 6.

Removing the ERM front bezel 3. 1 2 1 Figure 3-19.3-18 Compaq UPS R3000 XR Maintenance and Service Guide 2. Figure 3-18. Obtain access to the battery packs by pulling on both ends of the ERM front bezel to remove it. Removing the battery bracket . Remove two screws 1 from each metal battery bracket and lift off the battery brackets 2.

reverse steps 1 through 4. Set aside the used battery packs for proper disposal. NOTE: To increase the useful life of the replacement battery. To replace the battery packs. NOTE: The right battery pack is inserted upside down.” in this chapter. . replace all batteries in the UPS and connected ERMs at the same time. Figure 3-20. See “Disposing of Used Batteries. Removing the battery packs 5.Removal and Replacement Procedures 3-19 4. Pull out the battery packs.

7. Remove the ERM from the rack. Remove the front bezel from the ERM you want to replace. Figure 3-21. place the new ERM in the rack and reverse steps 1 through 4.3-20 Compaq UPS R3000 XR Maintenance and Service Guide Replacing an ERM To replace an ERM: 1. 6. 5. 2. . Turn all battery circuit breakers on all attached ERMs (one circuit breaker each) to the Off position. To replace the ERM. Remove the screws that secure the ERM to the front of the rack. Unplug the ERM from the back of the UPS. Unplugging the Extended Runtime Module 4.

If reconfiguring a 230V unit to operate at 208V. Line and neutral wires are reversed in the utility power receptacle or in the UPS power cord. select the appropriate symptom for possible causes and suggested actions.Chapter 4 Troubleshooting This chapter provides information on the following topics: I I Troubleshooting problems that occur during UPS start Troubleshooting problems that occur after UPS start Troubleshooting During Start If problems occur when starting the Compaq UPS R3000 XR models. (high voltage models only) continued . Connect the power cord. the Site Wiring Fault function must be manually disabled. Suggested Action Check the power at the utility power receptacle or contact a qualified electrician. Table 4-1 Troubleshooting Guide (UPS Start) Symptom UPS will not start Possible Cause There is no utility power and the batteries are not charged. the Site Wiring Fault function has been disabled. For units factory-configured for 200V or 208V. Contact a qualified electrician to correct the condition. The UPS power cord is disconnected. Site Wiring Fault LED is red The utility power receptacle is ungrounded or there is no ground wire in the UPS power cord.

. Initiate a self-test. Check this troubleshooting guide to determine the cause of the alarm. If the LED does not turn off. Utility LED and On Battery LED are flashing red The utility voltage is too low. replace the batteries. replace the batteries. Allow the UPS to charge the batteries for 24 hours. Suggested Action Allow the UPS to charge the batteries for 24 hours. continued Utility LED and On Battery LED are flashing red The utility voltage is too high. remove it and then insert it again. Contact a qualified electrician to ensure that utility power is suitable for the UPS. Troubleshooting After Start For problems that occur after the UPS has gone through the startup self-test sequence. these suggested actions address possible causes. If this happens repeatedly. Install the battery pack. The utility voltage is lower than the UPS operating range. The battery is disconnected. The UPS switches to battery power. The battery test failed. Suggested Action Identify the red LED associated with the alarm condition. update the configuration. If this happens repeatedly. If the LED does not turn off. Initiate a self-test. The utility voltage is higher than the UPS operating range. Contact a qualified electrician to ensure that utility power is suitable for the UPS. update the configuration. If the battery pack is installed. Table 4-2 Troubleshooting Guide (After Start) Symptom Audio Alarm sounds Possible Cause An alarm condition exists.4-2 Compaq UPS R3000 XR Maintenance and Service Guide Table 4-1 Troubleshooting Guide (UPS Start) continued Symptom Bad Battery/Low Battery LED is flashing red Possible Cause Battery voltage is low because the UPS has been out-of-service for a long period. The UPS switches to battery power.

Update the configuration. If the UPS is supplying utility power. Contact a qualified electrician to ensure that utility power is suitable for the UPS. Allow the batteries to charge. replace the batteries. (UPS may switch from utility to Auto-Bypass. Overload LED is red Protected devices are exceeding the UPS power rating. UPS frequently switches between utility and battery power The utility voltage is frequently outside the UPS operating range. If the LED is red. Suggested Action Contact a qualified electrician to ensure that utility power is suitable for the UPS. Insufficient warning of low batteries Battery service is required. Use the Compaq power management software to specify a suitable delay. check the input voltage and reconfigure the unit. Allow the batteries to charge. but the output is off. If the UPS is supplying battery power. Allow the batteries to charge for 24 hours. Contact a qualified electrician to ensure that utility power is suitable for the UPS. Press the ON button. Make sure that the devices are not defective. save current work and shut down the system. then initiate a self-test. Utility LED is flashing green The utility power is within the acceptable range. There are utility power variations. On Battery LED is flashing red There is low battery voltage. If this happens repeatedly. . The utility input voltage is outside the ±12% nominal range. no intervention is required. continued The Shutdown Delay configuration is inappropriate.Troubleshooting 4-3 Table 4-2 Troubleshooting Guide (After Start) continued Symptom Utility LED and On Battery LED are flashing red Utility LED is flashing red Possible Cause The utility frequency is out of tolerance.) Remove one or more devices to reduce the power requirements.

replace the batteries. All LEDs are flashing red and the audio alarm cannot be silenced An internal UPS fault condition exists. Allow the batteries to charge for 24 hours. Replace the electronics module. Bad Battery/Low Battery LED is flashing red A potential battery failure has been detected. An over-temperature condition may exist. If the LED is red. Reinsert the battery pack. Suggested Action Reduce the load.4-4 Compaq UPS R3000 XR Maintenance and Service Guide Table 4-2 Troubleshooting Guide (After Start) continued Symptom Utility LED is flashing red and the unit is in Auto-Bypass mode Possible Cause A potential for overload exists. The electronics module may have failed. then initiate a self-test. Ensure that there is no blockage of airflow to the front bezel and rear panel. New batteries are improperly connected. . Replace the electronics module.

5 in 82 lb Metric 483 mm 89 mm 622 mm 37 kg .0 in 3.5 in 24. 19.Chapter 5 Specifications This chapter provides specifications that apply to all Compaq UPS R3000 XR models: ! Physical specifications ! Input specifications ! Output specifications ! Overcurrent protection ! Battery specifications ! Battery runtime ! Environmental specifications Physical Specifications Table 5-1 Physical Characteristics Feature Dimensions Width Height Depth Weight U.S.

120. 208. 230. 208. 240 200. 230. 220. 208. 127 100. 220. 110. 220. 240 200.5-2 Compaq UPS R3000 XR Maintenance and Service Guide Input Specifications Table 5-2 Input Specifications UPS Model Utility Voltage Default Settings Available Settings Power Cord Supplied Frequency Nominal Voltage Utility Voltage (VAC) (Hz) (VAC) 50/60 50/60 50/60 50/60 50/60 50/60 50/60 50/60 120 100 208 208 208 230 230 230 100. 240 200. 220. 220. 220. 120. 240 200. 230. 110. 127 200. 240 Non-detachable power cord with NEMA L5-30 plug Non-detachable power cord with NEMA L5-30 plug Non-detachable power cord with NEMA L6-20 plug Non-detachable power cord with NEMA L6-20 plug Detachable power cord with country-specific plug Non-detachable power cord with 16A IEC-309 plug Non-detachable power cord with 16A CEE 7/7 SCHUKO plug Non-detachable power cord with 16A BS-546 plug R3000 XR-NA R3000j XR-JPN R3000h XR-NA R3000h XR-JPN R3000e XR-INT R3000i XR-EURO R3000i XR-SCHUKO R3000i XR-SA . 240 200.

C13 3 x IEC-320. C13 3 x IEC-320. C19 3 x IEC-320. R3000i XR-SA 3000 2700 1 Output Receptacles 2 x 5-15R 1 x L5-30R 2 x 5-15R 2 x 5-15R 2 x 5-15R 1 x L5-30R 2 x 5-15R 2 x 5-15R 3 x IEC-320. C13 1 x L6-20R 3 x IEC-320. C13 1 x IEC-320.Specifications 5-3 Output Specifications Table 5-3 Output Specifications UPS Model R3000 XR-NA Effective VA 2880 Nominal Power Rating (W) 2700 Load Segment # 1 2 3 R3000j XR-JPN 2400 2250 1 2 3 R3000h XR-NA 3000 2700 1 2 3 R3000h XR-JPN 3000 2700 1 2 3 R3000e XR-INT 3000 2700 1 2 3 R3000i XR-EURO. C13 3 x IEC-320. C19 3 x IEC-320. C13 3 x IEC-320. R3000i XR-SCHUKO. C13 1 x L6-20R 3 x IEC-320. C13 1 x IEC-320. C19 3 x IEC-320. C13 3 x IEC-320. C13 2 3 . C13 3 x IEC-320.

5-4 Compaq UPS R3000 XR Maintenance and Service Guide Table 5-4 Output Specifications Characteristics Voltage Configuration Setting (VAC) 100 110 120 127 200 208 230 240 Source of Power Output Utility power (normal range) Available Nominal Output Voltage (VAC) 100 110 120 127 200 208 230 240 Regulation -10% to +6% of nominal output voltage rating (within the guidelines of the Computer Business Equipment Manufacturers Association) ±5% of nominal output voltage rating Specification 94% Sine wave. 5% THD with typical PFC load High energy 6500A peak MOVs and line filter for normal and common mode use Battery power Feature Other features On-line efficiency Voltage wave shape Surge suppression Noise filtering .

5 5 UPS with ERM Runtime (Minutes) 120 45 30 20 . maintenance-free 120V battery string 24 hours to full charge 4 hours to 90% capacity at default nominal utility voltage and no load Battery Runtime Table 5-7 Estimated Battery Runtime Load (Percent) 20 50 80 100 Estimated Battery Runtime (Minutes) 40 12 6.Specifications 5-5 Overcurrent Protection Table 5-5 Overcurrent Protection Per Model UPS Model R3000 XR-NA R3000j XR-JPN R3000h XR-NA R3000h XR-JPN R3000e XR-INT R3000i XR-EURO R3000i XR-SCHUKO R3000i XR-SA Input Protection Circuit protector for each load segment Circuit protector for each load segment Circuit protector for each load segment Circuit protector for each load segment Circuit protector for each load segment Circuit protector for each load segment Circuit protector for each load segment Circuit protector for each load segment Battery Specifications Table 5-6 Battery Specifications Feature Type Voltage Charging Specification Sealed lead-acid.

000 m (6.212 ft) above sea level o o o o o o o o o o *Due to thermal limitations.561 ft).562 ft) above sea level* Less than 45 dBA -25 C to +55 C (-13 F to 131 F) 15. the UPS will be derated above 2. non-condensing Up to 2.5-6 Compaq UPS R3000 XR Maintenance and Service Guide Environmental Specifications Table 5-8 Environmental Specifications Feature Operating temperature Specification 10 C to 40 C (50 F to 104 F) UL-tested at 25 C (77 F) Relative humidity Operating altitude Audible noise Transit temperature Transit altitude 0% to 95%.000 m (49. .000 m (6.

2-5 precautions 1-3 replacing 3-8. 2-5 removing 3-9. 3-6 connector. removing 3-14 alarms general 3-3 responding to 4-2 silencing 3-4 troubleshooting 4-1 altitude. 3-18 boards. front part numbers 2-3. 3-3 On 3-4. 3-6 Standby 3-4 Test/Alarm Reset 3-4 C cables cautions 1-3 part numbers 2-3. 3-5 B backup time 5-5 Bad Battery/Low Battery LED 3-3.Index A adapters. battery 5-5 circuit protectors 3-5 communications cable 1-3 communications port 3-5 Compaq Download Facility vi Compaq Power Management Utility 3-2 components identifying 3-2 repair warnings vi. 1-1. removing 3-14 D dimensions. 3-17 specifications 5-5 storing 1-4 testing 3-8 type supported 5-5 weight warning 1-2 when to change 3-8 battery compartment 3-2 bezels. 3-1 electronics module part number 2-3 replacing 3-11 . operating 5-6 audible noise specifications 5-6 Auto-Bypass mode 3-6 buttons Configure 3-4 front panel 3-2. 1-2 Configure button 3-4. 3-3 cords power 3-5 retention clip 2-3. 2-5 charging time. ERM 3-5 control buttons 3-2. 4-4 batteries accessing 3-8 charging 5-5 disposing of 3-10 estimated backup time 5-5 part numbers 2-3. 3-6 Configure LED 3-4 Configure mode 3-4. vi. UPS 5-1 E electrical shock v.

3-3 rear 3-4 part numbers 2-3. 3-3 components 3-2 LEDs 3-2.com vii I input specifications 5-2 R rack components. 3-3 O On Battery LED 3-3. caution vi P panels front 3-2. UPS 5-1 ports 3-5 power cord. 1-1. extending 1-2 rear panel 3-4 relative humidity 5-6 . input 5-2 powering down UPS 3-7 problems See troubleshooting H hazardous energy levels vi. 4-3 G general alarm 3-3 ground bonding screw 3-5 grounding plug vi grounding. 4-3 On button 3-4. 3-1 physical specifications. 3-1 help additional sources vi Compaq Authorized Resellers vii Compaq website vii technical support vii hot surfaces 1-1 http://www. 3-6 N noise specifications 5-6 nominal utility voltage specification 5-2 F frequency. 2-5 parts. 3-6 Standby 3-4. 3-6 operating altitude 5-6 operating temperature 5-6 Options slot 3-5 output specifications 5-3 overcurrent protection 5-5 overheating. 3-6 Operate mode 3-4. input 5-2 front bezels part numbers 2-3. 3-3 leveling jacks. 4-2. 1-3 exploded view ERM 2-4 UPS 2-2 Extended Runtime Module See ERM L LED display 3-2. vi. caution vi Overload LED 3-3. 3-6 Operate 3-4. 2-5 removing 3-9. 3-18 front panel buttons 3-2. replaceable 3-1 personal injury v. warning 1-2 load effect on backup time 5-5 indicators of 3-3 recommended 3-17 segments 3-5 M modes Auto-Bypass 3-6 Configure 3-4.2 Compaq UPS R3000 XR Maintenance and Service Guide emergency shutdown procedures 3-7 environmental specifications 5-6 ERM batteries part number 2-5 replacing 3-17 description 3-17 exploded view 2-4 front bezel part number 2-5 removing 3-18 part number 2-5 replacing 3-20 unplugging 3-16 warnings 1-2.compaq.

4-2. operating 5-6 Test/Alarm Reset button 3-4 tools. 3-7 retention clip. 3-6 Standby mode 3-4. 4-3. 3-5 technician notes vi. cord 2-3. 3-6 symbols in text v U Uninterruptible Power System See UPS UPS components 3-2 exploded view 2-2 modes 3-6 part numbers 2-3 powering down 3-7 recommended load 3-17 replacing 3-16 specifications 5-1 used batteries 3-10 Utility LED 3-3. 3-2 troubleshooting after start 4-2 alarm condition 4-1 during start 4-1 S safety 1-1. 3-17 electronics modules 3-11 ERM 3-20 option boards 3-14 UPS 3-16 REPO port 3-5. 3-1 self-test. voiding vi. 1-2 weight battery assembly 5-5 UPS 5-1 T technical support Compaq website vii telephone numbers vii . 1-2 telephone numbers Compaq Authorized Resellers vii Compaq Download Facility vi technical support vii temperature. 3-8 servicable parts list 3-1 silencing alarms 3-4 Site Wiring Fault Indicator 3-3 SmartStart and Support Software CD 3-2 spare parts list 2-3. 3-18 UPS power 3-7 replacing adapters 3-14 batteries 3-8. initiating 3-4. 2-5 specifications battery 5-5 environmental 5-6 input 5-2 overcurrent protection 5-5 overview 5-1 UPS audible noise 5-6 dimensions 5-1 operating altitude 5-6 operating temperature 5-6 output 5-3 physical 5-1 relative humidity 5-6 Standby button 3-4. 4-4 V ventilation clearances vi voltage battery 5-5 nominal utility 5-2 specifications 5-5 W warranty. service 1-2.Index 3 removing front bezels 3-9.