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Trinergy Touch Screen

Instructions for Operation
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Preamble


This following User Manual is thought for customer use. Please keep in mind that some settings may affect
the functionality of the UPS.
As the Touch Screen is a part of Trinergy UPS this User Manual is no stand alone document but must be used
in aggregation with the User Manual as well as the Installation Manual of Trinergy.

Generally, any work on the Touch Screen including change of settings should only be done, if the reaction of
the UPS is absolutely clear and not harming the UPS or its proper functioning. If you are not sure what the
reaction will be, please contact the Emerson Network Power Service Support, before you act.

Before carrying out any hardware installation on the UPS, refer to the Trinergy User Handbook and ensure
that:
a) The UPS is switched OFF (all front-panel indicators extinguished),
b) The UPS and related installations are isolated from all power supplies, mains and battery.

At any time, apply safety standards for working with the UPS. We recommend using an Emerson Network
Power Service Technician for any hardware changes on the UPS.


Emerson Network Power is keen on constantly seeking to improve its products and, therefore figures and
technical data can/will change without prior notice. This data will not be updated automatically by Emerson
Network Power within this Touch Screen User Manual.
With every new released version of this Touch Screen User Manual, Emerson Network Power will endeavor to
update the information to the at that time current state.

Every effort has been made to ensure that the information in this Manual is correct. As a result, Emerson
Network Power declines all responsibility for any errors, accidents or damage which may arise.

For any further questions dont hesitate to contact Emerson Network Power.




Rev. Date Description
1.0 10.01.2012

First release of Touch Screen User Manual for Trinergy including Modbus and SNMP functionality;







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Table of Content
Preamble 4
Table of Content ............................................................................................ 5
1 Introduction .................................................................................... 7
1.1 Local Operator Console and Remote Connectivity ........................................................... 8
1.2 Trinergy Touch Screen Setup ....................................................................................... 9
1.2.1 Physical Connections ........................................................................................................... 9
1.2.2 Touch Screen Calibration ................................................................................................... 10
1.2.3 Language Selection ............................................................................................................ 11
2 Local Touch Screen ........................................................................ 12
2.1 Menu: Overview .......................................................................................................... 13
2.1.1 Touch Screen Background Colors ....................................................................................... 17
2.2 Menu: Data Log ........................................................................................................... 18
2.3 Menu: Event Log .......................................................................................................... 19
2.4 Menu: Service Log ....................................................................................................... 21
2.5 Menu: Settings ............................................................................................................ 22
2.5.1 UPS Settings ...................................................................................................................... 23
2.5.2 Security.............................................................................................................................. 25
2.5.3 Date & Time Configuration ................................................................................................. 26
2.5.4 Network Settings ............................................................................................................... 30
2.6 Menu: About ............................................................................................................... 32
3 WEB Browser Remote Access ......................................................... 33
3.1 Connecting via WEB Browser Remote Access ................................................................ 34
3.2 Remote Display Viewer ................................................................................................ 37
3.3 Devices ....................................................................................................................... 38
3.4 Configuration .............................................................................................................. 39
3.4.1 Rename Device .................................................................................................................. 39
3.4.2 Threshold Configuration .................................................................................................... 40
3.4.3 Battery Configuration ........................................................................................................ 41
3.4.4 User Accounts Configuration .............................................................................................. 42
3.4.4.1 Adding a new User Account .............................................................................................................. 43
3.4.4.2 Changing an existing User Account ................................................................................................... 44
3.4.5 Advanced Configuration .................................................................................................... 45
3.5 Network Services ......................................................................................................... 46
3.5.1 Email Settings .................................................................................................................... 46
3.5.2 Modbus Service .................................................................................................................. 49
3.5.2.1 Hardware and Software Requirements & Limitations ........................................................................ 49
3.5.2.1.1 Chloride Modbus Limitations ............................................................................................................ 50
3.5.2.1.2 Hardware Installation for Modbus RTU over RS485 ........................................................................... 50
3.5.2.1.3 Hardware Installation for Modbus TCP .............................................................................................. 50
3.5.2.2 Modbus RTU Protocol ....................................................................................................................... 50
3.5.2.2.1 Introduction ..................................................................................................................................... 51
3.5.2.2.2 Request and Response Frames Structure .......................................................................................... 52
3.5.2.2.3 Check Word Comparison (Master Slave) ........................................................................................ 53
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3.5.2.2.4 Reading of N words: function 03 ....................................................................................................... 54
3.5.2.3 Modbus TCP Protocol ....................................................................................................................... 54
3.5.2.4 Modbus Configuration ...................................................................................................................... 55
3.5.2.4.1 Modbus RTU Service Configuration .................................................................................................. 55
3.5.2.4.2 Modbus TCP/IP Service Configuration ............................................................................................... 56
3.5.2.4.3 Function Code 03 Description ........................................................................................................... 56
3.5.3 SNMP Agent ....................................................................................................................... 57
3.6 Status - Current Alarms ................................................................................................ 59
3.7 History ........................................................................................................................ 60
3.7.1 Service Log ......................................................................................................................... 60
3.7.2 Event Log ........................................................................................................................... 61
3.7.3 Data Log ............................................................................................................................ 62
3.8 Support ....................................................................................................................... 63
3.8.1 Software Update ................................................................................................................ 63
4 Troubleshooting ............................................................................ 64
5 Appendices ................................................................................... 67
5.1 Network Resources Summary ....................................................................................... 67
5.2 SNMP Alarm Details ..................................................................................................... 68
5.3 Modbus - Read Holding Registers (Function Code 03) ................................................... 70
5.3.1 UPS Identification .............................................................................................................. 71
5.3.2 Battery Information ........................................................................................................... 72
5.3.3 Input Information ............................................................................................................... 73
5.3.4 Output Information ........................................................................................................... 74
5.3.5 Bypass Information ............................................................................................................ 75
5.3.6 Alarm Table ........................................................................................................................ 76
5.3.7 UPS Conditioning ............................................................................................................... 80
5.3.8 UPS Parallel Conditioning ................................................................................................... 81
5.3.9 Customer Dedicated Information ....................................................................................... 82
5.3.10 Parallel System Information ............................................................................................... 83
5.4 Modbus - Quick Installation Check................................................................................ 86
5.5 List of Touch Screen Informations ................................................................................ 87
5.6 List of Events ............................................................................................................... 89
5.7 List of Figures .............................................................................................................. 93
5.8 List of Literature .......................................................................................................... 94
5.9 List of Abbreviations .................................................................................................... 95
5.10 Glossary ...................................................................................................................... 96
5.11 Index ........................................................................................................................... 97
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1 Introduction
/TMTR-002/
Trinergy monitoring and control is realized with a Touch Screen. Major system values and
conditions, power and environmental data, battery charge indicator, service history logs and
more can be viewed via the Touch Screen.
Navigation through the menus is managed by software-assigned buttons combined with
graphical interfaces.
Access to the Touch Screen menus especially the amendment of settings could be restricted using
individual User Accounts and Passwords.

The Trinergy Touch Screen is an industrial grade computer (PC) with integrated touch sensitive
display. The host operating system is LINUX.

The text displayed by the Touch Screen will be available in English, German, Italian and Spanish
selectable by the user.


During UPS operation a screen saver might be
activated when approaching the unit.
Touch the screen to awaken the main page of
the Touch Screen. /DFI-001/
Figure 1-1: Screen Saver

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1.1 Local Operator Console and Remote Connectivity
/DFI-001/
Besides the application software pre-installed on the Touch Screen computer that provides
system aggregation and control functions on the local operator touch-sensitive display it is
also possible to access connectivity/monitoring functions remotely via WEB Browser over the
customer premises LAN/WAN connection.

Local Operator Console on Touch Screen Remote Display and Connectivity Functions
over customer premises LAN/WAN

Figure 1-2: Local Operator Console Figure 1-3: Remote Display (WEB Browser)

View aggregated system status & power
View CORE details
View Data Log, Event Log and Service Visit Log
Numeric keypad for passcode
protected controls*:
o Inverter engage/disengage
o Acknowledge fault alarms
o Set threshold alarms:
Power Margin
Phase Load Imbalance
Redundancy
o LAN/WAN IP address setup
o Local time zone
Set operator language on startup (English,
German, Italian, etc)

* System controls are only enabled for local touch
operation

Remote Display Viewer
E-Mail (SMTP)
Modbus (RTU and TCPIP)
SNMP (RFC1628)
WEB Browser Remote Access:
o Operator console (view only)
o Event Log and Data Log
(View/Download)
o Administration & configuration
User accounts
System naming
Email setup
SNMP: Set community and trap
destinations
Modbus: set start address, define
COM (RTU) or TCP port
Software update

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1.2 Trinergy Touch Screen Setup
1.2.1 Physical Connections
/TMTR-002/
Default connections to the Touch Screen are:
Power supply
System LAN RJ45 interface to the HUB (I/O Box)
Connection for communication within Trinergy UPS;
Note: This LAN is managed by the Touch Screen via DHCP;

The default connections should never be removed by the customer and should not be used for
any other connection/use than the default one.


Figure 1-4: Touch Screen Backside Connections

Premises LAN
For connection of Trinergy to the CCustomer premisesU, a second RJ45 plug is present. In the
picture above it is the left RJ45 interface marked as Premises LAN (green). This connector must be
used for customer premises ONLY. Premises LAN could be a private IT LAN/WAN or an isolated LAN
for Building/Facility Monitoring System. According Network Settings (chapter 2.5.4) must be done
via Touch Screen for setting a network default IP (premises LAN DHCP server or manual).
Connection is done via an appropriate network cable.

Whats important?
The right RJ45 plug (marked in the figure above as System LAN) must be used for connecting the UPS-internal
HUB with the Touch Screen ONLY. It is the UPS internal communication network.
The left RJ45 plug (marked as Premises LAN) is a connector for customer premises ONLY, it must not be used
for the UPS internal network.
Otherwise it might not be possible to access the Touch Screen via WEB Browser Remote Access;

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1.2.2 Touch Screen Calibration
/TMTR-002/
After booting the Touch Screen it is possible during a timeframe of 10 seconds to enter the
calibration procedure. During the booting process an Emerson Network Power brand splash
screen will be displayed.

Follow the instructions on the screen as closely as possible by touching the crosses exactly where
they appear with your finger or an appropriate pen.

Figure 1-5: Touch Screen Calibration

After the calibration is finished or the timeframe is expired, language selection is the next step.

Note:
During regular operation it is also possible to calibrate the Touch Screen anew.
This can be achieved by pressing the screen for 30 seconds. The same procedure like mentioned
above will be entered. However, at the end of the process the screen will return to the default
page.

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1.2.3 Language Selection
/TMTR-002/
The Touch Screen language can be selected after the booting process of the Touch Screen is
finished and the touch calibration is done (or skipped). During the booting process an Emerson
Network Power brand splash screen will be displayed.

The language can also be changed using the WEB Browser Remote Access menu Advanced
Configuration. For details please refer to chapter 3.4.5.

After entering the language selection screen, it is possible to select the preferred language within
10 seconds. If no language was selected before time out, the display will default to English or to
the last selected language (from a previous booting process).


Figure 1-6: Touch Screen Language Selection

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2 Local Touch Screen
/TMTR-002/
A single-line diagram of Trinergy UPS (I/O Box and attached COREs) is displayed on the Touch
Screen default page. The single-line diagram of each CORE can be viewed by entering the
according subpage on the Touch Screen. The main functional blocks and power paths of the
system or COREs are displayed using simple universal technical symbols, communicating the
overall status of the UPS.
The default screen also displays the Trinergy output load percentage incl. phase balance, the
UPS input, bypass and output voltage as well as temperature and battery condition, using
dashboard style indicators.


Figure 2-1: Touch Screen Default Page

It is possible to access the Status, Warning and Fault summary page directly from the
default page. Status, Warnings and Faults are identified by text strings and codes.
The Touch Screen will also provide the estimated backup time in minutes if the battery autonomy
calculation is active and correctly configured.

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2.1 Menu: Overview
/TMTR-002/

Figure 2-2: Touch Screen Default Page with Alarm Message

1 Using simple universal technical symbols the animated block diagram of the system
presents the active power path for the aggregated system;

Underneath the single-line diagram the present operating mode and the efficiency of the
system are shown.
This component is measured by the control system within each CORE. The information is
collected and aggregated by the I/O Box reporting it to the Touch Screen. Operating
efficiency is a function of operating mode and load % on the system.
2 Fault acknowledge; /DFI-001/
This component is the Fault Acknowledge button. When any CORE or I/O Box in the system
reports a severe (red) alarm, the alarm will remain latched on the Touch Screen until it is
acknowledged by the human operator. If the alarm condition was a temporary problem, the
display will return to Normal after the fault is acknowledged. If the fault is a persistent
condition, the fault color and marquee message will remain.
When the button is pressed, the display will present the numeric key pad to
identify/authenticate the person acknowledging the fault condition and a prompt to verify
the User Action. When the Proceed button is pressed, the User Action will be logged in the
Event Log of the display.
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Figure 2-3: Key Pad

Figure 2-4: Acknowledge Faults?
3 Inverter control; /DFI-001/
This button reflects the state of the inverter controls:
(green): Inverter is "enabled"; The load supply path will be determined by
Trinergy operating mode;
(not green): Inverter is not enabled; the load will be forced to the bypass path;

To enable or disable the inverter (i.e. put the system on bypass), press the button, enter the
numeric passcode and respond to the prompt to confirm;
The inverter control action will be logged in the Event Log of the Touch Screen;

Figure 2-5: Key Pad Figure 2-6: Stop or Start Inverter?
4 Cabinet Icons:
Shows the highest severity of alarms present on specific CORE or I/O Box; /DFI-001/

Figure 2-7: Cabinet Icons

Important:
Alarms might not appear on all COREs, as the each CORE is generating its individual
messages. These messages are combined within the Trinergy Touch Screen
For further details about this topic please see point 10.

By touching a CORE-graphic, an according
subpage is accessed with identity
information, animated block diagram, the
last 10 CORE-individual messages as well as
the last 10 service visits only for the selected
CORE;

On the subpage touch another CORE on the
faded part of the system icon(s) to switch the
detail view to that CORE;
Figure 2-8: CORE Details
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By tapping on one of the symbols within the above shown single-line diagram additional
fields open containing more information about rectifier, bypass, inverter or battery of that
individual CORE.

Figure 2-9: Details Rectifier Values


Figure 2-10: Details Battery Values


Figure 2-11: Details Bypass Values


Figure 2-12: Details Inverter Values

5 The dashboard indicators show the input, the bypass and the output voltage as well as the
phase balance;
Each of the three needle tips per gauge
represent a phase;
Touch the gauge to view the specific data
points associated with a gauge. Touch
anywhere outside the data pop-up to hide
the data display. /DFI-001/
Figure 2-13: Input Gauge Details

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6 Ambient and battery temperature;
Touching the icon will reveal both temperatures;

Figure 2-14: Ambient and Battery Temperature
7 Battery Capacity Status;
This icon provides details about remaining battery charge, estimated back-up time, battery
cell voltage, battery string voltage and battery current;

Figure 2-15: Battery Capacity Status

The estimated backup time in minutes is only shown if the battery autonomy calculation is
active and correctly configured. (Settings are done during commissioning by Service
Technician, if requested;)

Note:
Under certain Chloride Trinergy working conditions the autonomy calculation might not
be precise.
8 System Load Gauge;
Shows the relation between system kW and kVA and the system overall working load;

The red and yellow scale represents the user settable thresholds (Settings area) for Power
Margin (yellow) and Redundancy (red). See chapter 2.5.1 UPS Settings for further details.
9 Phase Load Balance;
The moving bubble within the triangle shows the balance between the phases;
A threshold value for Phase Load Imbalance Threshold alarm can be defined in the Settings
area;
10 Alarm/Status Marquee: /DFI-001/
The Marquee presents active alarm messages from the system. All Marquee alarm messages
will also be logged in the on-board Event Log file with time stamps ("Alarm Started" and
"Alarm Cleared") and underlying detailed alarm code for service diagnostic.
Alarms may indicate a user-defined threshold, a system state or a service alert.

Severe alarms are color coded red:

Warning level alarms are color coded yellow:

Informational level alarms are presented the normal blue color

If multiple alarms exist, the screen background color will reflect the color code of the most
severe alarm condition and the individual message will be presented in continuous rotation
until the status returns to normal.

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Touch anywhere in the Alarm/Status Marquee to open a list of all current alarms that also
shows the start time and source of the alarm.
Figure 2-16: Current Alarms Listing

Messages on the Marquee line are grouped together if they are provided by more than one
CORE.
E.g. in case of message "Battery Recharging In Progress (2)", the "(2)" means that two COREs
have this message;

It must be noted that each CORE must not have the same alarm messages.
E.g. during battery charging it might be possible by reaching the end-of-charge voltage, that
some COREs already stopped charging due to slight differences in measurement and
therefore reaching the stop-charging threshold earlier than others. This effect could be even
more visible in case of separate batteries.
11 Access to Data Log; shows selected measuring data;
12 Access to Event Log; shows the different states and happenings in the past;
13 Access to Service Log; shows when, who and what was done with the UPS;
14 Access to Settings; e.g. system time;
15 Access to About menu;


2.1.1 Touch Screen Background Colors
/TMTR-002/
The background color of the Touch Screen indicates the current state of the UPS.
If the screen background is:
BLUE: The system is in normal operation; no warnings or faults are present;
YELLOW: The system is in warning condition;
a condition is present, which could affect the nominal functioning of the UPS; in
general these conditions may not originate from the UPS, but could be caused either
by the surrounding environment or by the electrical installation (mains side and load
side);
RED: The system is in fault condition;
immediate attention should be paid to the severity of the alarm and service should
be done promptly;

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2.2 Menu: Data Log
The Data Log viewer presents each of the key system operating parameters charted for easy
viewing of the present week. Reference lines are provided in the chart for easy comparison of the
actual data vs. nominal, expected or relevant threshold values. /DFI-001/
Provided UPS parameters are: /TMTR-002/
Output currents
Input and output voltage vs. nominal voltage
Input and output frequency vs. nominal frequency
Ambient temperature
System Load %
System Battery %


Figure 2-17: Touch Screen Data Log

Use the arrows below the chart to slide the charted data 1-week forward or backwards.
The detail data represented by the chart can be downloaded (CSV format) using the WEB Browser
Remote Access interface to the Touch Screen. /DFI-001/

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2.3 Menu: Event Log
/DFI-001/
The Event Log viewer presents a chronology of alarm activity and other events recorded by the
Touch Screen.
Events in the log include the starting and clearing of alarm conditions from the system as well as
User Actions and Touch Screen system events such as firmware update, startup after power down
etc.

The Touch Screen provides a memory capacity of 1GB. Almost the entire memory is available for
logging events. No specific maximum amount of events is defined as the storage capacity
depends on the length of the event description and on the number of incidences. Taking an
average message length as a basis it is possible to save more than 1 million events.

The name of a user associated with a specific passcode entered to authorize control or
configuration changes will be recorded (i.e. Administrator in the below sample list).
Alarm messages are a record of any alarms presented on the Alarm/Status Marquee. Note the
numeric code (27012) included at the end of each alarm event message entry. These codes are
deep level diagnostics that an authorized Service representative can use to analyze the likely
cause of the alarm condition.
Events are presented with a date/time stamp that reflects local time zone configured in the
Touch Screen (See Settings). Most recent events will be at the top of the list.
Use the arrows below the chart to scroll up and down through the list.
The Event Log can be downloaded in CSV format from the WEB Browser Remote Access interface of
the Touch Screen.


Figure 2-18: Touch Screen Event Log

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Note:
/TMTR-002/ The messages are saved into the Event Log in the language which was set on the Touch Screen
when the event happens.
Changing the Touch Screen language to another one, does UnotU translate the messages to that newly set
language. New messages will now be saved with the new set language.

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2.4 Menu: Service Log
/DFI-001/
The Service Log presents a summary of service actions recorded on the Touch Screen by
authorized Service Technicians.
Service Technicians enter service action reports into the Touch Screen through a special Service
WEB page that is not accessible from the customer premises network WEB server.


Figure 2-19: Touch Screen Service Log

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2.5 Menu: Settings
/TMTR-002/
With the Settings menu (passcode required) a list of parameters can be set via the different
sections visible on the figure below:
Load Power Margin Threshold
Phase Load Imbalance Threshold
Date & Time
Network Settings (IP address)
Security (new/change password)

Thresholds for Redundancy, Load Power Margin and Phase Load Imbalance Alarms should be
reviewed by the UPS Operator and Facilities Team and set to meet site-specific practices and
interests. /DFI-001/

Note: /DFI-001/
There is an additional threshold for Load Power Factor alarms that can be set from the WEB Browser
Remote Access interface.


Figure 2-20: Touch Screen Settings

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2.5.1 UPS Settings
/TMTR-002/
The following thresholds can be set with UPS Settings:
A. Redundancy Threshold
B. Load Power Margin Threshold
C. Phase Load Imbalance Threshold

Points A and B are visualized within the Overview Page
section Systemload again.

The scale of the gauge is divided into several sections:
grey section
yellow section
red section and a
black section.
Figure 2-21: Systemload Gauge
Each of the sections does have its own individual meaning. Apart from the gray section, the other
sections depend on threshold settings.

The Redundancy Threshold represented by the RED area, visualizes how many COREs are
redundant. The total (physical) capacity of the system is reduced to the designed (redundant)
capacity.
E.g. for an 800kVA system (four COREs), the setting n+2 equals 50%=400kVA of the total capacity
(like shown in the figure - red + black section) as two of the four COREs are redundant.

A BLACK area is present if e.g. due to open output switch, CORE(s) are physically not available to
support the load with energy.

By entering the Load Power Margin Threshold represented by the YELLOW area, a power margin
pre-warning threshold is set to inform the customer via the Touch Screen that the workload is
getting close to the full designed system capacity.
The set percentage is based on the designed system capacity.

The triangle below the scale shows the actual load imbalance between the single phases.
The Phase Load Imbalance Threshold is setting a permitted difference between the loads of the
single phases. If this permitted difference is exceeded an information message Phase Load
Imbalance
(18-024) is issued to inform the customer.
E.g. if the threshold is set to 75% and the phases have 2%, 80% and 4% load, than the difference
between the phases is larger than 75%. A message is issued.

For further explanation, hereafter two scenarios are given.
/DFI-001/
Scenario 1: Load PF =0,75; Redundancy = N+0; Load Power Margin = 20%; 400kVA unit;

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At N+0, Physical capacity = Design capacity of the system.
There is no red region in the gauge.
Load Power Margin threshold is set at 20%, the yellow zone reflects 20% of the physical capacity
as the threshold for raising the power margin threshold alarm.
Load is reported in the data popup as 223,7kVA/167,7kW (calculated total load PF=0,75). The
reported load% in the data popup will always be the worst-case or highest % capacity used,
generally based on the VA scale. Note the load needles reflect differential % load of watts
(46.6%) and VA (55.9%) scales.
Efficiency of the system is reported as 93.9% in VFI mode. This reflects the efficiency of a
system running at 55% of physical capacity.
NOTE: At 55% VA capacity, the Trinergy Circular Redundancy control would place both
COREs in active mode and no COREs would be idle.


Scenario 2: Load PF =1,0; Redundancy = N+1; Load Power Margin = 30%; 400kVA unit;

Although the physical capacity is 400kVA (2x 200kVA), the design capacity of the system at
N+1 redundancy is 200kVA (2 COREs minus 1 redundancy = 1x 200kVA); this is reflected in the
data popup as 200 kVA, 180 kW.
The redundant half of the physical capacity of the system is shown as a red region. If the load
power needles enter the red zone, the threshold warning: Lost Redundancy Due To Load will
be triggered.
Power Margin Threshold is set at 30%, the yellow zone reflects 30% of the design capacity (15%
of the physical capacity). If the load power needles enter the yellow zone, the threshold
warning Power Margin Threshold Exceeded will be triggered.
Load is reported as 50,5kVA/50,5kW note the load needles reflect the load as a similar % of
each scale.
Operating Efficiency of the system is reported as 89.3% in VFI mode. This reflects a system
running at 15% of physical capacity although the % load is reported in the data popup as 28%
based on Design capacity.
NOTE: If the Trinergy Circular Redundancy mode was enabled on this system, the Touch Screen
would still report the physical and design capacities as shown, while the Trinergy control system
would calculate a higher operating efficiency based on 1 CORE running 30% loaded while the 2nd
CORE is idle (i.e. not actively carrying any load while operating as a hot standby).
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2.5.2 Security
/TMTR-002/
The Touch Screen will lock itself after a few seconds of non-use. The default code is 0000.
To change the code this section can be used. Press the Unlock button.

Figure 2-22: Touch Screen Security Settings

Enter your Passcode and acknowledge with the confirmation-button ().

Figure 2-23: Touch Screen Security Settings - Passcode

Enter a new Passcode. You will see the entered numbers.
Confirm the new Passcode by pressing the Save-button.

Figure 2-24: Touch Screen Security Settings

You will return to the Settings page automatically and for a short duration you will see the word
"Saved" inside the "Set Code" button within section Security.
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2.5.3 Date & Time Configuration
UPS Date & Time is normally set by the UPS Service engineer at time of commissioning. Time
settings can be reviewed and changed via the Touch Screen for network vs. manual
synchronization and local time zone. /DFI-001/
The Touch Screen must be unlocked to enter the Date & Time Configuration Assistant.


Figure 2-25: Touch Screen Date & Time Configuration 1

/DFI-001/ The configuration assistant presents the options of setting the time manually through the
local Touch Screen interface or automatically via an NTP server on the premises network.
Note:
The Touch Screen computer is also an NTP Server for the computers running within in each CORE
and I/O Box of one Trinergy UPS. This allows all clocks in the system to be synchronized to the
Touch Screen and to your overall network time standard if the Touch Screen is attached to your
network and configured to use the NTP option.

After pressing Continue a time zone must be select on the following screen. This can be
achieved by touching a continent and selecting the according country on the detail page. (The
yellow dots represent the possibilities.) Use your finger tip to move the map within the view
window. /TMTR-002/
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Figure 2-26: Touch Screen Date & Time Configuration 2


Figure 2-27: Touch Screen Date & Time Configuration 2 Details

/DFI-001/ The time zone setting determines how the Touch Screen presents time information when
viewing the Data Log and Event Log entries that are stored in the Touch Screen.
Event and Data timestamps are stored and exported in log files (CSV) in UTC time.
Event and Data timestamps are presented in the Touch Screen in Local time.


/TMTR-002/ On the next screen it must be decided, if the clock will be set manually or if a NTP Server
(Network Time Protocol) will be used. To use a NTP Server the Touch Screen must be connected
to a customer premises network (according RJ45 interface).
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Figure 2-28: Touch Screen Date & Time Configuration 3

/TMTR-002/ For the manual configuration enter date and time:

Figure 2-29: Touch Screen Date & Time Configuration 4


After pressing Continue another screen will show a summary of the settings. They must be
confirmed by pressing Finish.

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/TMTR-002/ If NTP Server configuration was selected, this screen will ask for the IP address of the
server:

Figure 2-30: Touch Screen Date & Time Configuration 5

Connection to the server can be tested by pressing the Test Server button.
After pressing Continue also a summary will be shown, the setting process must be finished by
pressing the according button.

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2.5.4 Network Settings
/DFI-001/ Network Settings define the IP address settings for the Touch Screen to use when
connected to the customer premises network.
The default configuration will accept network settings automatically from a DHCP Server.
If the address will be assigned manually, enter your passcode to enable the network configuration
dialog. Have all of the Network Settings defined for you by the administrator of the premise LAN.

Note: The entered passcode must belong to a User Account permitted to change Network Settings;
(chapter 3.4.2)

The Touch Screen must be unlocked to enter the Network Settings Assistant.

Figure 2-31: Touch Screen Network Configuration 1

/TMTR-002/
On the next screen it must be decided, if the network will be configured manually or if a DHCP
Server will be used. To use a DHCP Server the Touch Screen must be connected to a UPS external
network (customer premises network) using the according RJ45 interface on the Touch Screen.

Figure 2-32: Touch Screen Network Configuration 2

/TMTR-002/
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For the Umanual configurationU enter via numeric touchpad the network parameters provided by
the administrator of the premises LAN:
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Gateway
DNS Server

Figure 2-33: Touch Screen Network Configuration 3

After pressing Continue another screen will show a summary of the settings. These must be
confirmed to finalize the activation of the IP settings by pressing Finish.

Figure 2-34: Touch Screen Network Configuration 4



/TMTR-002/
If UDHCP Server configurationU was selected, the setting screen is skipped and a summary page (like
above) will be shown immediately. Also here a confirmation must be done to finalize activation of
the IP settings by pressing the according button.
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2.6 Menu: About
/TMTR-002/
The About menu will show the current firmware version, some other information and credits.

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3 WEB Browser Remote Access
/TMTR-002/
The Touch Screen can also be accessed via WEB Browser Remote Access through the customer
premises LAN. This tool is providing additional information and configuration possibilities.


/DFI-001/
The section of the manual covers the key topics for
enabling and using Remote Connectivity features, such as
Remote Display Viewer via WEB, email alarm
notification, SNMP and Modbus services.
Remote Connectivity is enabled when the Touch Screen is
connected to a premises TCPIP network (LAN). The
premises LAN may be a subnet of an enterprise IT
network or may be an isolated LAN dedicated to
facility or energy systems monitoring.
Figure 3-1: Premises Ethernet TCPIP
Network
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3.1 Connecting via WEB Browser Remote Access
/TMTR-002/
The necessary physical setup and configuration must be established as described in previous
chapter 1.2.1 Physical Connections.

Note: Depending on the User Account settings and entered User Name & Password the navigation
(left) of this tool might show different menus.

For WEB Browser Remote Access please proceed as follows:
1. Starting condition:
UPS logic is supplied and necessary setups are done correctly;
2. Open your standard WEB browser, insert the IP address or DNS Name of the Trinergy
Touch Screen e.g. http://10.201.116.174/ and press enter;
(IP address must be routable from user PC/workstation)
The following screen will appear (or quite similar):

Figure 3-2: WEB Browser Remote Access - Start
3
/DFI-001/
Opening a restricted area of the Touch Screen will trigger a prompt for User Name and
Password. Specific permissions can be allowed or restricted based on these credentials.
User Name is the name assigned to you as an authorized user for one or more
services or configuration areas of the Touch Screen.
Password is the numeric passcode that you use at the Touch Screen interface.
Credentials and rights are configured and managed in User Accounts administration area
accessed via the WEB interface. (See section 3.4.4 User Accounts Configuration)
The factory default credential set with full administrator permissions are:
User Name admin
Password 0000 (numeric passcode)

Enter credentials and press OK;

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Figure 3-3: WEB Browser Remote Access
4

This navigation tree should appear if entered with full administrator
rights.

It is now possible to navigate through the menus and do User
Account depending configuration.

Further details on the menus can be seen in the following chapters.



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Note:
It is also possible to adapt the language of
the navigation tree to the one selected for
the Touch Screen.

This can be achieved by selecting your
browser menu "Extras" and then "Internet
Options"; select tab "General" where you find
the "Language" button at the bottom. By
pressing the button a new window will open
where an additional language can be added.
Move your preferred language to the top of
the list.
Leave the menus by confirming with "OK".
Refresh your Browser (press F5).
Figure 3-4: Browser Language Settings

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3.2 Remote Display Viewer
/TMTR-002/
The Remote Display Viewer provides the same picture and viewing possibilities as the actual
Touch Screen. However it is not allowed to do any remote control of the UPS due to safety
reasons.

Clicking the Remote Display Viewer menu on the navigation tree will provide a screen similar to the
following:

Figure 3-5: Remote Display Viewer

Note:
The Adobe Flash Player must be installed on your notebook to show graphics.

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3.3 Devices
/TMTR-002/
This page provides the line diagram of the single module (CORE or I/O Box) and the current
module computer firmware version.

Figure 3-6: WEB Browser UPS CORE Details

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3.4 Configuration
3.4.1 Rename Device
/TMTR-002/
With this tool it is possible to name/rename the system and the single devices (Box and COREs).
The system name will appear in the header line of the WEB Browser Remote Access page as well as
on the Touch Screen overview page. In the example below it is "Trinergy ".
The devices name will be used on several pages e.g. on the Event Log to identify the affected
device.

Enter the names and press the Apply button to save the settings.


Figure 3-7: WEB Browser Rename Device

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3.4.2 Threshold Configuration
This menu is similar to the UPS Settings menu (chapter 2.5.1 UPS Settings).
It is possible to set a Redundancy Threshold, a Load Power Margin Threshold and a Phase Load
Imbalance Threshold. In addition it is possible to set a Power Factor Threshold (Total Harmonic
Content).
Each of these thresholds is responsible for triggering an according alarm message.


Figure 3-8: WEB Browser Thresholds

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3.4.3 Battery Configuration
This page could be used as a reminder for battery replacement. According to the set values Battery
Replacement Date and Replace Battery When an alarm message is issued.

The Available Autonomy is calculated by the UPS according to the present load and battery charge
level.
Low Battery Alarm Duration might be used to define a prewarning level. If the remaining autonomy
time is below the selected minutes a warning message will be displayed.

Note:
The shown Available Autonomy might not be accurate in case of Circular Redundancy Mode
(sleeping CORE(s)).


Figure 3-9: WEB Browser Battery

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3.4.4 User Accounts Configuration
/TMTR-002/
The User Accounts page can be used to define different access levels especially for access and
configurations purposes.
The identification data will be used for Touch Screen as well as WEB Browser Remote Access
authentification. Selected actions will be recorded in the Event Log. In these cases the passcode is
used to identify the Username that is displayed on the Touch Screen.

A default User Account pre-configured on all Touch Screen allows access to all UPS Operator
Control and Touch Screen Configuration options. /DFI-001/
User name: admin
Passcode: 0000

To get to this menu, a valid User name and Passcode is necessary.

For adding new User Accounts full administrator rights are needed. It is possible to create more
than 100 unique User Accounts to restrict and grant access to specific function sets and identify
user actions and settings changes by User Account. /DFI-001/


Figure 3-10: WEB Browser User Accounts

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3.4.4.1 Adding a new User Account
By pressing on the Add New Account
button an additional account can be set up.


Enter the according data and select the
Access Flags for defining the needed options.

ULogin Information:
Username and Passcode must be unique for
each specific user of the system. The
Passcode must consist of numerics only. For
best security, the Passcodes should be at
least 8 digits long.
The Passcode is used to identify the Username
in the Event Log to record user actions.
Figure 3-11: WEB Browser New Account
/DFI-001/
Access Flags Allows / Description
Fault
Acknowledge
User is allowed to reset faults.
Local Touch Screen:
Severe (Red) fault conditions reported by the UPS control system are presented on
the Touch Screen until the condition is acknowledged by the operator. When a
fault condition is acknowledged, it will be cleared from the Touch Screen. If a fault
condition is persistent; it will reappear on the Touch Screen shortly after the Fault
Acknowledge button is pressed. The fault event and the fault acknowledge user
action will be logged in the Event Log of the Touch Screen.
Network
Settings
Local Touch Screen:
Allow changes to customer premise network IP address settings and date/time
settings.
IT Comm
Settings
WEB Browser Remote Access:
Allows User Account to configure access to IT resources on the premise-side
network for email messaging (SMTP server), and SNMP monitoring (trap
destinations and communities).
Email
Recipients
WEB Browser Remote Access:
Allows User Account to add/delete email recipients and define which severity level
alarms will trigger email messaging.
UPS Control
Local Touch Screen:
Includes inverter/bypass control and setting of threshold alarms for Power Margin,
Phase Load Imbalance, and Redundancy.
Software
Update
WEB Browser Remote Access:
Allows User Account to activate update of Touch Screen firmware if the Touch
Screen computer is allowed access to Internet to reach Emerson Network Power
update servers. (Firmware updates can also be done on site by authorized Service
Technicians.)
BMS Comm
Settings
WEB Browser Remote Access:
Allows User Account to configure the MODBUS TCP Server for premise-side
network monitoring by building or facility monitoring systems.
User
Administration
WEB Browser Remote Access:
Allows User Account to create and delete User Accounts and edit permissions
assigned any User Account.
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3.4.4.2 Changing an existing User Account
/DFI-001/
On the User Accounts listing click onto an existing account name with your mouse to access edit
menu for that account.

Reset a passcode or other user attributes in the Edit menu. The Username cannot be edited once
an account is created. If a new User Account is needed, delete the old User Account and create a
new one.
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3.4.5 Advanced Configuration
/TMTR-002/
This page provides the possibility to set a timeout in seconds for the screen saver by entering the
according value.

It is also used to change the language of the Touch Screen. All available languages are listed in the
according field. If the language is changed with this menu it is not necessary to restart the display.
The language of the navigation tree can also be adapted to the one selected for the Touch Screen.
(See chapter 3.1 Connecting via WEB Browser Remote Access;)


Figure 3-12: WEB Browser Advanced Configuration

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3.5 Network Services
3.5.1 Email Settings
/TMTR-002/
This page provides the possibility to set up different notification options.

Figure 3-13: WEB Browser Event Messaging

For Email Settings the customer premises network must have a SMTP Server. The IP address of the
server needs to be entered into the according field. If necessary the default SMTP Port "25" can be
changed.

The Message From field must contain text in appearance of an email address
(Uemail@company.comU); it does not need to be a real email address. However, as it is used by the
Touch Screen as sender address, it must be a plausible one to avoid blocking by SMTP server spam
filter options. If necessary the SMTP administrator must add the chosen email address.

Message receiver(s) must be entered in section Email Destination.
It can be selected if messages should be sent in case of appearance of status information ,
warnings or fault by ticking the according box.
With Message Type it can be selected how many details will be sent with the message. Definitions
are done to provide support for SMS messaging or Smartphones.
/MUPS-001/ For regular email recipients, use the Long message type. Use Short or Short with no
subject to send-emails pre-formatted for relay to GSM wireless devices via the provider's SMSC
(Short Message Service Center). Most GSM providers offer email-to-SMS forwarding services.

One of these possibilities can be chosen: (examples further below)
Long (Rich Text)
Long (Plain Text)
Short
Short (w/no Subject)

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Figure 3-14: WEB Browser Event Messaging Message Type Long (Rich Text)


Figure 3-15: WEB Browser Event Messaging Message Type Long (Plain Text)


Figure 3-16: WEB Browser Event Messaging Message Type Short

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Figure 3-17: WEB Browser Event Messaging Message Type Short (w/no Subject)



To Test SMTP Settings, a test email can be send through the SMTP Server connection by pressing
the "Perform Test" button. Via the dropdown field Test Address one of the previously entered Email
Destinations can be selected.

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3.5.2 Modbus Service
/CHLW-001/ /TMTR-002/ /DFI-001/
The Modbus RTU/JBus and Modbus TCP option enables Trinergy to be connected to a field bus
for a bi-directional communication between numerous devices. The Trinergy Touch Screen is
acting as communication protocol converter between the UPS and the Modbus Master. Hence
Trinergy can be accessed via the Premises LAN RJ45 connection through the customer Modbus
system. The Modbus Service menu is used for Modbus service settings.

The Modbus protocol enables the Master unit to communicate with the Slave units (connected in
the network). Communication is always initiated by the Master, it is sending a request frame to
which only the addressed Slave will reply. The Master can read one or more words within the
address range of Trinergy.

Trinergy is acting as Slave within the customer network.



3.5.2.1 Hardware and Software Requirements & Limitations
To integrate Trinergy via Modbus into the customer network, the following is required:
Trinergy must be properly installed and functioning;
Trinergy Touch Screen must be configured accordingly;
For Modbus TCP the Trinergy Touch Screen must be configured to work in customer
premises network.
For Modbus RTU the Trinergy Touch Screen must be connected either via RS232 (direct)
or via RS485 (via optional USB-RS485 converter) to customer field bus.
Provided by the customer an installed and operational Modbus Master equipment (e.g.
RTU or SCADA system).


The USB-RS485 converter can be purchased separately.

Figure 3-19: USB-RS485 Converter

Selectable serial settings allow direct connection to RS232/422/485 networks without additional
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3.5.2.1.1 Chloride Modbus Limitations
/IIO-002/
With respect to the standard, the Chloride Modbus protocol has the following limitations:
Chloride Modbus protocol supports only function code 03 (read holding registers)
Chloride Modbus protocol supports RTU (Remote Terminal Unit) and TCP
Modbus RTU Characteristics (settable):
Baud rate: 9600
Start bit: 1
Data length: 8
Parity: none
Stop bit: 1



3.5.2.1.2 Hardware Installation for Modbus RTU over RS485
Configure the USB-RS485 converter to the field bus physical layout in which you want to integrate
the Trinergy. Detailed description can be found in the User Manual of the converter.

Connect the USB-RS485 converter to a free USB interface on the Trinergy Touch Screen and
mount the converter.

/IIO-002/
The RS485 standard enables bidirectional communication between numerous devices connected
to the network. Communication is effected via two twisted wires in differential mode:
This type of transmission allows distances of up to 1000m to be covered, with a minimum of
interference.
To ensure trouble-free communications the following points must be adhered:
The cable must be twisted and shielded (e.g. 24AWG wire)
The transmission line must be terminated with a resistance having a typical value of 120 .
The terminations should be located at the two extremes, or most distant points, of the line
The shield shall be connected to the connector chassis at one end of the cable only



3.5.2.1.3 Hardware Installation for Modbus TCP
Connect the Trinergy Touch Screen customer Ethernet port to the network. Details can be
found in chapter 1.2.1 Physical Connections.



3.5.2.2 Modbus RTU Protocol
/80CP-002/
This chapter provides an overview about Modbus RTU in general and is intended to support the
setup and diagnosis of Modbus RTU field bus.
Not all functions described are supported by Trinergy.

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3.5.2.2.1 Introduction
Every exchange creates 2 messages:
a request from the Master and
a response from the Slave.

Every message or frame contains 4 types of information:
- slave number (1 byte)
The slave number is the unique ID of the target.
If the slave number is zero, the request relates to all the slaves and there is no response
message.
- function code (1 byte)
Used for selecting a command (read, write, bit, word) and for checking if the response is
correct.
Trinergy supports only function code 03.
- information field (n bytes)
This information field contains the parameters for the function: bit address, word address, bit
value, word value, number of bits and number of words.
- check word (CRC) (2 bytes)
CRC is used to detect transmission errors.

Frame synchronization
- Every character received after a pause lasting longer than 3 characters, is considered as the
start of a new frame.
- Between two frames, there must be a pause on the line of at least 3 characters.

Request
Response
Master Slave
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3.5.2.2.2 Request and Response Frames Structure


Figure 3-20: Modbus RTU Request Frame

The Modbus protocol has 14 functions:
Function 1: reads n output and internal bits
Function 2: reads n input bits
Function 3: reads n output and internal words (Supported by Trinergy)
Function 4: reads n input words
Function 5: writes 1 bit
Function 6: writes 1 word
Function 7: reads 8 bits rapidly
Function 8: modification diagnostics
Function 11: reads the event counter
Function 12: reads the trace buffer
Function 13: program commands
Function 14: Function 13 diagnostics
Function 15: writes n bits
Function 16: writes n words


Figure 3-21: Modbus RTU Respond Frame

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3.5.2.2.3 Check Word Comparison (Master Slave)
When the Master sends a request, after indicating:
- the Slave number
- the function code
- and the function parameters,
it calculates and sends the content of the check word (CRC 16).

When the Slave receives the request message, it saves it in its memory, calculates the CRC and
compares it with the CRC 16 received.


Figure 3-22: Modbus Master Slave CRC Comparison

If the message received is not correct (the two CRC 16 values are not identical), the Slave does not
respond. If the message received is correct but the Slave cannot process it (incorrect address,
inexact data, etc.), it responds with an exception frame.


Figure 3-23: Modbus RTU Exception Respond Frame

Example:

Figure 3-24: Modbus Frame Example

Note:
The exception responses 5 and 7 relate to the Modbus 13 and 14 functions.

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3.5.2.2.4 Reading of N words: function 03
The number of words to be read must be 125.
Function 03: reads the output and internal words;


Figure 3-25: Modbus Frame Reading


Example:
Reading of words from 805 to 80A of Slave no. 2

Figure 3-26: Modbus Frame Reading Example



3.5.2.3 Modbus TCP Protocol
The Modbus TCP implementation is the same as Modbus RTU.
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3.5.2.4 Modbus Configuration
To do Modbus settings on Trinergy Touch Screen, connect to the Touch Screen via WEB Browser
Remote Access as described in chapter 3.1 Connecting via WEB Browser Remote Access. Navigate
to page Modbus Service and make settings according to the following subchapters.

Figure 3-27: Modbus Configuration Menu on Trinergy Touch Screen



3.5.2.4.1 Modbus RTU Service Configuration
The following options are available:
Possible settings Chosen setting
Modbus RTU
Enable,
Disable
To enable the Modbus choose Enable;
Serial Port
ttyS0,
ttyS1,
ttyS2,
usbS0
Choose usbS0;
Baud Rate 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200
Choose according to customer
requirements;
Parity N, E, O
Data Bits 8, 7, 6, 5
Stop Bits 1, 1.5, 2
Device ID 1 to FF (Slave number)

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3.5.2.4.2 Modbus TCP/IP Service Configuration
The following options are available:
Possible settings Chosen setting
Modbus TCP/IP
Enable,
Disable
To enable the Modbus choose Enable;
TCP Port Default: 502;
Device ID 1 to FF (Slave number)
Choose according to customer
requirements;



3.5.2.4.3 Function Code 03 Description
Command information description:
First word address: 2 bytes (MSB, LSB)
Word number: 2 bytes (MSB, LSB)

Reply information description:
Byte number replied: 1 bytes
Word reply: (2 * (word number)) bytes (MSB, LSB)

Response time:
AVERAGE SCAN TIME : 250 msec
TRANSMISSION TIME : depending on baud rate and frame length

MAP AREA:
area address (hex) Description
UPS Identification 0x01 0x12
Battery Information 0x13 0x1E
Input Information 0x1F 0x30
Output Information 0x31 0x43
Bypass Information 0x45 0x54
Alarm Table 0x56 0x59 Alarms according to RFC1628;
UPS Conditioning 0x5A 0x63
UPS Parallel Conditioning 0x64 0x6A
Customer Dedicated Information 0x6B 0x6F
Parallel System Information 0x70 0x7F
Trinergy Extensions 0x81 0x8F
Threshold Alarms 0x90 0x9F

Further details can be found in the appendices 5.1 Modbus - Read Holding Registers (Function
Code 03).

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3.5.3 SNMP Agent
/TMTR-002/
On Trinergy a SNMP Agent is embedded on the Touch Screen. Settings can be done on the
following page.

Figure 3-28: WEB Browser SNMP Agent

Enable SNMP Agent
The SNMP Agent itself must be enabled via the according dropdown field.

Enable SNMP SET
Enable SNMP SET is used to enable/disable the possibility to change this agent's values by a
Network Management System (NMS). Changes are confirmed by the agent via RESPONSE.

Suppress Non-RFC1628 Traps
The RFC1628 standard defines 24 alarm messages for uninterruptable power supplies.
However, this SNMP Agent is able to provide additional messages. Only if the NMS is not accepting
additional messages, this parameter must be set to "yes".

UDP Port, Read Community and Write Community
It is possible to change the standard UDP port "161" for read and write access.
A SNMP community is an authentication scheme that enables an intelligent network device (e.g.
NMS) to validate SNMP requests.
The entered names for Read Community and Write Community are used similar to a passwords
authorizing read and write access and are set to default public. These two fields must be filled.

SysContact, SysLocation and AttachedDevices
SysContact, SysLocation and AttachedDevices should be filled with appropriate information to
identify the UPS. This information is used within the email-messaging in case of events ('long'
formats only) and is read out by an NMS according to the standard SNMPv2.
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The SysContact could be a person responsible for the proper functioning of the UPS. (This value is
returned as SysContact object in SNMP MIB-II).
The SysLocation describes the place where the UPS is located. E.g. building number, floor, room
number etc. (This value is returned as SysLocation object in SNMP MIB-II).
The AttachedDevices should represent a brief description of devices attached to the UPS. (This
value is returned as upsIdentAttachedDevices object in SNMP MIB-RFC1628).

SNMP Trap Destinations
Within section SNMP Trap Destinations the Community name, the NMS address (Destination
Address) and Port is defined.
The Community name is an authentication string for the SNMP trap receiver (NMS). As an NMS is
receiving messages of a variety of devices it is necessary to be able to separate further actions by
the origin of the sender. The received Community name is used by the NMS to identify and execute
preassigned actions for this specific Community. NOTE: Blank spaces are not accepted within the
Community name string.
The Destination Address is the IP address of the NMS receiving the traps for further processing.
The NMS Port is predefined with the standard value "162" for read and write access.

There are four traps defined in the standard UPS MIB (RFC1628):
Object Description
Trap1 upsTrapOnBattery
The UPS is operating on battery power. This trap is persistent and
is resent at one minute intervals until the UPS either turns off or is
no longer running on battery.
Trap2 upsTrapTestCompleted
NOTIFICATION-TYPE
This trap is sent upon completion of a UPS diagnostic test.
Trap3 upsTrapAlarmEntryAdded
NOTIFICATION-TYPE
This trap is sent each time an alarm is inserted into to the alarm
table. It is sent on the insertion of all alarms except for
upsAlarmOnBattery and upsAlarmTestInProgress.
Covered in Traps 1 and 2.
Trap4 upsTrapAlarmEntryRemoved
NOTIFICATION-TYPE
This trap is sent each time an alarm is removed from the alarm
table. It is sent on the removal of all alarms except for
upsAlarmTestInProgress.
Note:
The content sent with Traps 3 and 4 include a numeric identity (upsAlarmId) of the specific alarm
that has been added or removed for the current alarm list. These 24 standard alarm messages are
defined in RFC1628.
Depending on the setting of Suppress Non-RFC1628 Traps additional messages might be sent.

A list and details about SNMP alarm messages can be found in chapter 5.2 SNMP Alarm Details.


The security provided is generally adequate for most applications that operate within a protected
intranet environment.
However, you should be aware that usernames, passwords and SNMP community names are
transmitted over the network in plain text.

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3.6 Status - Current Alarms
/TMTR-002/
The Status menu provides a list of alarms momentarily present on the unit.
This menu is accessible without any admission restriction.


Figure 3-29: WEB Browser Status Current Alarms

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3.7 History
/TMTR-002/
The following logs can also be accessed via menu button on the Touch Screen itself. However,
with WEB Browser Remote Access it is possible to enter a different level, as data can be downloaded
and in some cases added.



3.7.1 Service Log
/TMTR-002/
Via the WEB Browser Remote Access it is possible to view entries on the Service Log.
Service Log entries are generated by the Service Technician during a service visit. They cannot be
added via Touch Screen directly or via this WEB Browser Remote Access.


Figure 3-30: WEB Browser Service Log

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3.7.2 Event Log
/TMTR-002/
The Event Log is showing all present and past events with date & time, an icon showing the severity
of the entry, on which module it occurred or who initiated the event and a description of the
event.


Figure 3-31: WEB Browser Event Log

The list of events can be downloaded to a CVS file by clicking the
according link. This link will open a calendar to select the year and
month for the download.
By clicking on a month it will also show how many entries there are
for that month.

Note:
The messages are saved to the Event Log in the language which was set on the Touch Screen when the event
happens.
Changing the Touch Screen language to another one, does not translate the messages to that newly set
language.

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3.7.3 Data Log
/TMTR-002/
The Data Log is showing a graphical image of the collected UPS parameter data. There are several
possibilities:
Output currents
Input and output voltage vs. nominal voltage
Input and output frequency vs. nominal frequency
Average module temperature
System load %
System battery %


Figure 3-32: WEB Browser Data Log

It is also possible to select other time periods as the current one by using the selection on the right
bottom corner.

The data for the selected period can be downloaded to a CVS file by pressing the according link.

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3.8 Support
/TMTR-002/
This menu provides an About menu which is showing the current firmware version, some other
information and credits.

The Connectivity Solution will link to the public connectivity website.


3.8.1 Software Update
Software updates should ONLY be done by the Emerson Network Power Service Technician.

Software updates provided via the link on the navigation tree might not cover all components
with firmware needs on the unit and therefore should NOT be USED if not otherwise expressly
advised by Emerson Network Power.

This menu should be used carefully as it could affect the function of the UPS.

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4 Troubleshooting
Generally alarm messages or Event Log entries should provide a good explanation of the actual
situation. Supplementary some additional notes can be found in the enclosed listing.

Rectification of Errors /UM80-002/
Despite the high reliability of this device, problem may occur. If you are having an abnormal
situations please check the following points before contacting your customer service
representative:
Is there mains power on the UPS input?
Are there input fuses blown or have circuit breakers tripped?

If you contact your customer service representative, please have the following information ready:
- Device information = model, order no., series no. as per identification plate.
- An exact description of the problem (what loads are being powered, whether the problem
occurs regularly or sporadically, etc.)

Problem Possible cause(s) Action
Touch Screen is dark; No
acoustic signals;
(UPS seems not to be
working)
I/O Box and/or all CORE
mains switches turned off;
Contact your service representative for
commissioning the UPS;
No mains voltage present;
Have mains inspected by qualified
electrician;
Wait till mains returned;
Consider external mains separation
switches;
Input fuse(s) defective;
Contact your service representative for
replacing the defective fuses;
Touch Screen is
completely black or
turned completely black;
(UPS seems to be
working)
Power supply of the Touch
Screen is missing or
defective;
Verify if the power plug of the Touch
Screen inside the I/O Box door is
connected;
Contact your service representative for
checking additionally the UPS internal
power connections of the Touch Screen;
Touch Screen defective;
Contact your service representative for
replacing the Touch Screen;
Touch Screen is yellow;
Line power not available
and buzzer sounds at
regular intervals;
No mains voltage present;
UPS is in battery mode; (Normal mode)
Wait till mains returns;
Check mains input;
Touch Screen is yellow
and mains voltage
present; Buzzer sounds at
regular intervals;
Input fuse(s) defective;
Contact your service representative for
replacing the input fuses;
Touch Screen is red;
Buzzer sounds
continuously;
UPS error Contact your service representative;
Overheating Reduce ambient temperature;
Touch Screen is not
reacting to (finger) touch;
Touch Screen touch
calibration might not be
done at all or not done
correctly;
Press the Touch Screen for 30 seconds to
enter the calibration menu; follow the
instructions on screen;
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Problem Possible cause(s) Action
Touch Screen is not
showing all installed
COREs and message Lost
Network
Communication is
present
The Touch Screen might
still be remembering other
COREs, formerly installed
to the Box;
Contact your service representative;
Message "Lost Network
Communication" present
High internal
communication traffic;
Contact your service representative;
Interruption of power to
both, mains and bypass
line present
A single differential
breaker upstream of the
UPS and a fault in the
installation earthing
system caused a problem;
Check your earthing system;
Backup time less than
specified
Batteries are not charged
completely;
Verify the quality of the batteries; Charge
batteries, and test backup time; If
problem persists, contact your service
representative;
Battery fuse(s) open;
Contact your service representative for
replacing the fuses;
External battery cabinet
fuse(s) "open";
Move the fuse switch to the "ON"
position;
Batteries are defective;
Contact your service representative for
exchanging the batteries;
Backup time calculation
data might not be
accurately;
Contact your service representative for
verifying the autonomy calculation
settings;
Charging device is
defective;
Check the battery charge status on
display; Contact your service
representative for further actions;
No backup time is shown
while UPS in Battery
mode
Battery calculation
disabled;
Contact your service representative;
A message concerning
end of battery power is
displayed (e.g. Battery
Stage fault 34-011
Resttime exceeded),
despite there should be
quite a bit of backup time
left.
Battery characteristics not
correctly set;
Contact your service representative for
checking and/or correcting the battery
settings;
Battery fuse(s) open;
Contact your service representative for
replacing the fuses;
Battery temperature
shows always 20C
The Battery temperature
sensor is not active;
Contact your service representative for
enabling the battery temperature sensor;
No or slow
communication between
UPS and notebook
LAN cable defective; Check network cable;
Interface on notebook is
being used by another
process or is defective;
Check whether other software/ service is
accessing the interface on the PC; try to
select a different interface;
Interference on the data
cable;
Lay cable differently;
Communication
assignment problems;
Disconnect and connect the LAN cable
again to establish a new communication
link;
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Problem Possible cause(s) Action
Communication
assignment problems due
to untimely connection;
Establish connection between UPS and
notebook only after UPS logic is fully
supplied/started up; Otherwise problems
concerning IP address assignment could
occur;
It is not possible to access
the Touch Screen via WEB
browser (browser
message similar to: Page
cannot be found)
The wrong RJ45 plug on
Touch Screen is used;
Verify if the Premises LAN RJ45 plug is
used for accessing the Touch Screen via
WEB Browser;
If necessary correct the connection;
See also 1.2.1 Physical Connections;
WEB Browser Remote
Access is not showing
graphics
Adobe Flash Player might
not be installed;
Install Adobe Flash Player onto your
notebook;
The Navigation Tree
within the WEB Browser
Remote Access is
displayed with another
language than the Touch
Screen
Preferred browser
language is not set;
Add your preferred language to the
browser; See chapter 3.1 Connecting via
WEB Browser Remote Access;
A message similar to the
following appears on the
left bottom corner of the
WEB Browser Remote
Access:

Firmware update failed; Contact your service representative;

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5 Appendices

5.1 Network Resources Summary
You may need to know the following information to setup and/or configure the Trinergy Touch
Screen:

System Name
Device Names
Device 1
Device 2
Device 3
Device 4
Device 5
Device 6
Device 7
Device 8
Device 9


Data Value Description
IP Address
Static IP address assigned to the Touch Screen within
customer premises network if no DHCP Server is used;
IP Subnet Mask Subnet Mask of the network that the UPS unit is on;
Gateway The local default gateway (IP address of the router);
DNS Server IP address of the DNS server;
NTP Server IP Address For automatically setting the clock;
SMTP Server IP Address
For email notifications; (Server access information and
email addresses of whom should get notifications)
SMTP Server Port
SMTP Email Destinations
SNMP Trap Receiver IP
Address

NMS server access information and information for
further processing of received Traps; SNMP Trap Receiver Port
SNMP Trap Communities
SNMP Set enable?
Information for the Touch Screen how to proceed with
certain data and actions;
Suppress non-RFC1628
Traps?

SNMP UDP Port
SNMP Read and Write
Community

Modbus Device ID
Connecting information of the Modbus master station;
Modbus TCP Port

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5.2 SNMP Alarm Details

SNMP
Alarm
ID
Severity SNMP MIB OID Ref
Log Entry & Condition
Email Subject
Probable Cause
1 severe upsAlarmBatteryBad
Module Battery Needs
Replacing
UPS battery needs replacing;
2 warning upsAlarmOnBattery Module On Battery UPS is running on battery power;
3 warning upsAlarmLowBattery
Module Low Battery
Condition
Run time left is less than configured low
battery alarm value;
4 severe upsAlarmDepletedBattery
Module Depleted
Battery
Run time is just about zero;
5 severe upsAlarmTempBad
Module Temperature
Limit was Exceeded
Temperature near the battery is too hot;
6 upsAlarmInputBad SNMP Trap only Input power is out of limits or not present;
7 upsAlarmOutputBad SNMP Trap only An output condition is out of tolerance.
8 severe upsAlarmOutputOverload
Module Output
Overload
Output load power is > 100% of rated
capacity;
9 warning upsAlarmOnBypass Module on Bypass The bypass is engaged by the UPS;
10 severe upsAlarmBypassBad Module Bypass Bad
Battery charger has failed or its fuse has
blown;
11 info upsAlarmOutputOffAsRequested
Output Off As
Requested
UPS output has been turned off via UPS
Com port command;
12 info upsAlarmUpsOffAsRequested
Module Off As
Requested
UPS has been turned off via UPS Com port
command;
13 severe upsAlarmChargerFailed Module Charger Failed
Battery charger has failed or its fuse has
blown;
14 info upsAlarmUpsOutputOff Module Output Is Off
Confirmation that the UPS output is off,
but the UPS control logic is still operating;
this trap can only be sent If the adapter is
powered from a source other than UPS
output;
15 info upsAlarmUpsSystemOff Module System Is Off
UPS output and control logic is off; will
likely never be seen;
16 severe upsAlarmFanFailure Module Fan Failure Fan failure detected;
17 severe upsAlarmFuseFailure Module Fuse Failure
Input circuit breaker is open or charger
fuse has blown;
18 severe upsAlarmGeneralFault
Module Requires
Servicing
A UPS fault was detected that is not
specifically identified in the UPS protocol
or defined in the standard MIB;
19 severe upsAlarmDiagnosticTestFailed
Module Diagnostics
Failed
A user initiated test has failed;
20 severe upsAlarmCommunicationsLost
Module Lost
Communication
Adapter has lost serial communication
with the UPS;
21 info upsAlarmAwaitingPower
Module Awaiting
Power
UPS output is off and the UPS is waiting
for input power to be restored;
22 info upsAlarmShutdownPending
Shutdown Pending On
Module
A UPS shutdown timer has begun
counting - typically means UPS
monitoring software has requested UPS
output to be turned off after a delay
period;
23 info upsAlarmShutdownImminent
Shutdown Imminent
On Module
Output shutdown will occur in
approximately 5 seconds;
24 info upsAlarmTestInProgress
Module Diagnostics
Test in Progress
A user requested UPS test has begun;
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SNMP
Alarm
ID
Severity SNMP MIB OID Ref
Log Entry & Condition
Email Subject
Probable Cause
25* info upsAlarmBatteryCharging Module Battery Charging
The UPS battery is recovering from a recent
discharge;
26* severe upsAlarmBackfeedRelayFailure
Module Backfeed Relay
Failure
Backfeed relay failure detected;
27* severe upsAlarmBatteryFuseBlown
Module Battery Fuse
Blown
Battery fuse failure detected;
28* info upsAlarmSystemRestartPending System Restart Pending
The UPS is counting a user specified restart
delay after AC input is restored;
29* severe upsAlarmBatteryDegraded
Module Battery
Degraded
The UPS detects that the battery may need
to be replaced soon
30* info upsAlarmAutonomyCalibration
Module Autonomy
Calibration
The UPS is discharging the battery an
calibrating its run time (autonomy)
estimates;
31* warning upsAlarmGeneralWarning Module General Warning
The UPS is indicating an unspecified fault
condition
* severe
Module Lost
Communication While
On Battery
Adapter has lost serial communication with
the UPS after the UPS reported an On Battery
condition;
* severe
System Load Exceeds
Power Margin
The load reported by the UPS exceeds the
user specified power margin;
* warning
Module Running on
Booster
The UPS is correcting a low input line
condition without using battery reserves;
* These messages are not included in the RFC1628 standard;

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5.3 Modbus - Read Holding Registers (Function Code 03)


Important Information
Modbus Map Trinergy 1.106.7838
Information available via Modbus function code 03 - Read Holding Registers;
All points are unsigned integers unless otherwise marked;
Unsupported registers will read 0xFFFF ( = 65535) !
Document Update 16. May 2011
Values which are recommended/suggested to be monitored by the Modbus Master are marked with an ();




Information Supported by UPS Model

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5.3.1 UPS Identification
Information Supported by UPS Model

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0x01 upsIdentModbusProtocolVersion XX.YY Y 106 Trinergy Touch Screen Firmware Version
0x02 1 upsIdentManufacturer
(0) Chloride
(1) Masterguard
(2) Oneac
(5) Other

n/a

0x03 2 upsIdentModel
(100) Parallel System
(101) Trinergy (1-system / "Row")
(102) Trinergy Meta (Multi Row)

Y 101 Reflects the type of system configuration;
0x04 3 upsIdentUPSSoftware1Version HH Major - LL Minor Y 7838 Reflect Trinergy Touch Screen Firmware Built Number;
0x05 4 upsIdentUPSSoftware1DateYear n/a
0x06 5 upsIdentUPSSoftware1DateMonth n/a
0x07 6 upsIdentUPSSoftware1DateDay n/a
0x08 7 upsIdentUPSSoftware1Code 10HXXXXX code n/a
0x09 8 upsIdentUPSSoftware2Version HH Major - LL Minor n/a
0x0A 9 upsIdentUPSSoftware2DateYear n/a
0x0B 10 upsIdentUPSSoftware2DateMonth n/a
0x0C 11 upsIdentUPSSoftware2DateDay n/a
0x0D 12 upsIdentUPSSoftware2Code 10HXXXXX code n/a
0x0E 13 reserved
0x0F 14 reserved
0x10 15 reserved
0x11 16 reserved
0x12 17 reserved

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5.3.2 Battery Information
Information Supported by UPS Model

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0x13 1 upsBatteryStatus
Battery Status:
(1) unknown
(2) batteryNormal
(3) batteryLow
(4) batteryDepleted
Y 2

(1) Unknown = Battery not connected or not available;
(2) batteryNormal = Battery is charged or discharged but not low;
(3) batteryLow = Battery is below rest time;
(4) batteryDepleted = Battery is completely discharged (end of discharge);
0x14 2 upsSecondsOnBattery [s] Y 0 If the UPS is in battery mode, this values shows the seconds on battery; 0 if online;
0x15 3 upsEstimatedSecondsRemaining [s] Y 7380 Remaining time in seconds (7380sec = 123min); Touch Screen provides value in minutes;
0x16 4 upsEstimatedChargeRemaining [%] Y 100 Remaining battery charge in %;
0x17 5 upsBatteryVoltage [0,1 V] Y 5420 String voltage;
0x18 6 upsBatteryCurrent [0,1 A] Y 65524 signed datapoint; (65524 = -1,2A); Battery Current;
0x19 7 upsBatteryTemperature [C] Y 20 Battery temperature measured by the external temperature sensor;
0x1A 8 reserved n/a
0x1B 9 reserved n/a
0x1C 10 reserved n/a
0x1D 11 reserved n/a
0x1E 12 reserved n/a

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5.3.3 Input Information
Information Supported by UPS Model

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0x1F 1 upsInputLineBads Counter for line fails; Y 101 Number of mains failures since the last manual counter reset for the Trinergy system;
0x20 2 upsInputFrequency [0,1 Hz] Y 498 Trinergy system mains input frequency;
0x21 3 upsInputNumLines Y 3 Trinergy system number of input lines;
0x22 4 upsInputVoltage L1 [V] Y 232 Trinergy system phase-neutral measurement phase 1;
0x23 5 upsInputVoltage L2 [V] Y 233 Trinergy system phase-neutral measurement phase 2;
0x24 6 upsInputVoltage L3 [V] Y 233 Trinergy system phase-neutral measurement phase 3;
0x25 7 upsInputCurrent L1 [0,1 A] Y 144 Trinergy system input current phase 1;
0x26 8 upsInputCurrent L2 [0,1 A] Y 130 Trinergy system input current phase 2;
0x27 9 upsInputCurrent L3 [0,1 A] Y 133 Trinergy system input current phase 3;
0x28 10 upsInputRealPower L1 [0,1kW] Y 24 Trinergy system input real power phase 1;
0x29 11 upsInputRealPower L2 [0,1kW] Y 23 Trinergy system input real power phase 2;
0x2A 12 upsInputRealPower L3 [0,1kW] Y 23 Trinergy system input real power phase 3;
0x2B 13 upsInputDCVoltage [V] n/a
0x2C 14 upsInputDCCurrent [0,1A] n/a
0x2D 15 upsInputRealPowerTotal [0,1kW] Y 46 Trinergy system total real power;
0x2E 16 upsInputVATotal [0,1kVA] Y 75 Trinergy system total input apparent power;
0x2F 17 reserved
0x30 18 reserved

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5.3.4 Output Information
Information Supported by UPS Model

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0x31 1 upsOutputSource
(1) other
(2) none
(3) normal
(4) bypass
(5) battery
(6) booster
(7) reducer
Y 3
(1) other = System on maintenance bypass;
(2) none = Load not supplied;
(3) normal = Load supplied by inverter;
(4) bypass = Load supplied by bypass;
(5) battery = Load supplied by battery;
(6) booster = n/a
(7) reducer = n/a
0x32 2 upsOutputFrequency [0,1 Hz] Y 498 Trinergy system output frequency;
0x33 3 upsOutputNumLines Y 3 Trinergy system number of output lines;
0x34 4 upsOutputVoltage L1 [V] Y 229 Trinergy system phase-neutral measurement phase 1;
0x35 5 upsOutputVoltage L2 [V] Y 229 Trinergy system phase-neutral measurement phase 2;
0x36 6 upsOutputVoltage L3 [V] Y 229 Trinergy system phase-neutral measurement phase 3;
0x37 7 upsOutputCurrent L1 [0,1 A] Y 11 Trinergy system output current phase 1;
0x38 8 upsOutputCurrent L2 [0,1 A] Y 13 Trinergy system output current phase 2;
0x39 9 upsOutputCurrent L3 [0,1 A] Y 13 Trinergy system output current phase 3;
0x3A 10 upsOutputRealPower L1 [0,1kW] Y 0 Trinergy system output real power phase 1;
0x3B 11 upsOutputRealPower L2 [0,1kW] Y 0 Trinergy system output real power phase 2;
0x3C 12 upsOutputRealPower L3 [0,1kW] Y 0 Trinergy system output real power phase 3;
0x3D 13 upsOutputPercentLoad L1 [%] Y 0 Trinergy system output load percentage phase 1;
0x3E 14 upsOutputPercentLoad L2 [%] Y 0 Trinergy system output load percentage phase 2;
0x3F 15 upsOutputPercentLoad L3 [%] Y 0 Trinergy system output load percentage phase 3;
0x40 16 upsOutputVA L1 [0,1kVA] Y 2 Trinergy system output apparent power phase 1;
0x41 17 upsOutputVA L2 [0,1kVA] Y 3 Trinergy system output apparent power phase 2;
0x42 18 upsOutputVA L3 [0,1kVA] Y 5 Trinergy system output apparent power phase 3;
0x43 19 upsOutputPF 0-100 n/a Trinergy system output power factor;
0x44 20 reserved

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5.3.5 Bypass Information
Information Supported by UPS Model

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0x45 1 upsBypassLineBads Counter for line fails; n/a Number of bypass failures since the last manual counter reset for the Trinergy system;
0x46 2 upsBypassFrequency [0,1 Hz] Y 498 Trinergy system bypass input frequency;
0x47 3 upsBypassNumLines Y 3 Trinergy system number of bypass input lines;
0x48 4 upsBypassVoltage L1 [V] Y 231 Trinergy system phase-neutral measurement bypass phase 1;
0x49 5 upsBypassVoltage L2 [V] Y 230 Trinergy system phase-neutral measurement bypass phase 2;
0x4A 6 upsBypassVoltage L3 [V] Y 230 Trinergy system phase-neutral measurement bypass phase 3;
0x4B 7 upsBypassCurrent L1 [0,1 A] n/a
0x4C 8 upsBypassCurrent L2 [0,1 A] n/a
0x4D 9 upsBypassCurrent L3 [0,1 A] n/a
0x4E 10 upsBypassRealPower L1 [0,1kW] n/a
0x4F 11 upsBypassRealPower L2 [0,1kW] n/a
0x50 12 upsBypassRealPower L3 [0,1kW] n/a
0x51 13 upsBypassVA L1 [0,1kVA] n/a
0x52 14 upsBypassVA L2 [0,1kVA] n/a
0x53 15 upsBypassVA L3 [0,1kVA] n/a
0x54 16 upsBypassPF 0-100 n/a
0x55 17 reserved

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5.3.6 Alarm Table
Information Supported by UPS Model

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= Not supported by Trinergy
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0x56 bit 0 1 upsAlarmsPresent 1= 1 or more, 0=none Y
0x56 bit 1 2 upsAlarmBatteryBad

Y

Service Check: Battery Date Threshold
Service Required: Battery Fault
0x56 bit 2 3 upsAlarmOnBattery Y Load on Battery
0x56 bit 3 4 upsAlarmLowBattery Y Battery Charge Low
0x56 bit 4 5 upsAlarmDepletedBattery Y Battery Charge Depleted
0x56 bit 5 6 upsAlarmTempBad

Y

Input Air Temperature out of Tolerance
Service Check: Battery Temperature Warning
Service Check: Temperature Warning
Service Required: Temperature Fault
0x56 bit 6 7 upsAlarmInputBad

Y

Input Voltage Out of Tolerance
Rectifier Input Switch Open
Rectifier Mains Failure
0x56 bit 7 8 upsAlarmOutputBad

Y

Load Not Supplied
Module Output Breaker Open
Output Bad
0x56 bit 8 9 reserved
0x56 bit 9 10 reserved
0x56 bit 10 11 reserved
0x56 bit 11 12 reserved
0x56 bit 12 13 reserved
0x56 bit 13 14 reserved
0x56 bit 14 15 reserved
0x56 bit 15 16 reserved
0x57 bit 0 17 upsAlarmOutputOverload

Y

Output Overload
Overload
Overload Stop
User-Defined Threshold: Redundancy Lost Due To Load
0x57 bit 1 18 upsAlarmOnBypass

Y

Load On Bypass
Load On Maintenance Bypass
0x57 bit 2 19 upsAlarmBypassBad

Y

Bypass Input Bad
Bypass Switch Open
Bypass Warning
Service Check: Bypass Fault
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Information Supported by UPS Model

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0x57 bit 3 20 upsAlarmOutputOffAsRequested Y Output Off As Requested
0x57 bit 4 21 upsAlarmUpsOffAsRequested Y UPS Off As Requested
0x57 bit 5 22 upsAlarmChargerFailed Y Service Required: Charger
0x57 bit 6 23 upsAlarmUpsOutputOff

Y

Output Off
Output Switch Open
0x57 bit 7 24 upsAlarmUpsSystemOff Y UPS Off
0x57 bit 8 25 reserved
0x57 bit 9 26 reserved
0x57 bit 10 27 reserved
0x57 bit 11 28 reserved
0x57 bit 12 29 reserved
0x57 bit 13 30 reserved
0x57 bit 14 31 reserved
0x57 bit 15 32 reserved
0x58 bit 0 33 upsAlarmFanFailure Y Service Required: Fan
0x58 bit 1 34 upsAlarmFuseFailure Y Fuse Failure
0x58 bit 2 35 upsAlarmGeneralFault

Y

CCB Parallel Cable Missing
EPO Activated
General Fault
Reduced Capacity
Service Required: Bypass
Service Required: General Fault
Service Required: Rectifier
0x58 bit 3 36 upsAlarmDiagnosticTestFailed

Y

Battery Test Failed To Run
Diagnostics Failed
0x58 bit 4 37 upsAlarmCommunicationsLost

Y

Lost Network Communications
Service Required: Internal Communication Failure
0x58 bit 5 38 upsAlarmAwaitingPower Y ---
0x58 bit 6 39 upsAlarmShutdownPending

Y

Inverter Off Command Pending
Shutdown Pending
0x58 bit 7 40 upsAlarmShutdownImminent Y Shutdown Imminent
0x58 bit 8 41 reserved
0x58 bit 9 42 reserved
0x58 bit 10 43 reserved
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Information Supported by UPS Model

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0x58 bit 11 44 reserved
0x58 bit 12 45 reserved
0x58 bit 13 46 reserved
0x58 bit 14 47 reserved
0x58 bit 15 48 reserved
0x59 bit 0 49 upsAlarmTestInProgress

Y

Battery Test In Progress
Diagnostics Test In Progress
0x59 bit 1 50 upsAlarmAutonomyCalibration Y Autonomy Calibration
0x59 bit 2 51 upsAlarmGeneralWarning

Y

Firmware Version Mismatch
General Warning
Inverter Off
MSBM Synch Warning
Service / Commissioning / Test Mode
Service Check: Battery Connection
Service Required: General Warning
User-Defined Threshold: Displacement Power Factor
User-Defined Threshold: Load Power Margin
User-Defined Threshold: Phase Load Imbalance
User-Defined Threshold: Power Factor
User-Defined Threshold: Redundancy Jeopardy
User-Defined Threshold: Redundancy Lost
0x59 bit 3 52 upsAlarmBatteryCharging Y Battery Recharge In Process
0x59 bit 4 53 upsAlarmBackfeedRelayFailure Y Backfeed Relay Failure
0x59 bit 5 54 upsAlarmBatteryCircuit Open

Y

Battery Circuit Open
Battery External Circuit Breaker Open
Battery Internal Switch Open
Battery Switch Open - Do Not Close
Service Required: Battery Connection
0x59 bit 6 55 upsAlarmSystemRestartPending

Y

Inverter On Command Pending
Restart Pending
0x59 bit 7 56 upsAlarmBatteryDegraded

Y

Battery Degraded
Service Check: Battery Warning
0x59 bit 8 57 reserved
0x59 bit 9 58 reserved
0x59 bit 10 59 reserved
0x59 bit 11 60 reserved
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Information Supported by UPS Model

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0x59 bit 12 61 reserved
0x59 bit 13 62 reserved
0x59 bit 14 63 reserved
0x59 bit 15 64 reserved

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5.3.7 UPS Conditioning
Information Supported by UPS Model

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0x5A 1 upsConditionBypass
(0) Bypass not present
(1) Bypass on
(2) Bypass off
(3) Bypass fault
(4) Bypass not prepared

n/a

0x5B 2 upsConditionInverter
(0) Inverter off
(1) Inverter turning on
(2) Inverter on
(3) Inverter fault
(4) Inverter turning off

n/a

0x5C 3 upsConditionRectifier
(0) Rectifier off
(1) Rectifier turning on
(2) Rectifier on
(3) Rectifier fault

n/a

0x5D 4 upsConditionBatteryConnected n/a
0x5E 5 upsConditionNonSynchronism n/a
0x5F 6 upsConditionAlarmSummary n/a
0x60 7 reserved
0x61 8 reserved
0x62 9 reserved
0x63 10 reserved

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5.3.8 UPS Parallel Conditioning
Information Supported by UPS Model

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0x64 1 upsInParallelSet
(0) UPS is Single
(1) UPS is part of parallel system
n/a

0x65 2 upsDetectParallelProblem
(0) UPS is Single or Parallel -OK
(1) UPS detects problem in parallel
mode

n/a

0x66 3 reserved
0x67 4 reserved
0x68 5 reserved
0x69 6 reserved
0x6A 7 reserved


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5.3.9 Customer Dedicated Information

Can be set via WEB interface in section Modbus Customer Information.
Information Supported by UPS Model

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0x6B 1 customerInfo1 Modbus Customer Information Y 0 For individual identification purpose; e.g. numbering of the units;
0x6C 2 customerInfo2 Modbus Customer Information Y 10 For individual identification purpose; e.g. numbering of the units;
0x6D 3 customerInfo3 Modbus Customer Information Y 0 For individual identification purpose; e.g. numbering of the units;
0x6E 4 customerInfo4 Modbus Customer Information Y 0 For individual identification purpose; e.g. numbering of the units;
0x6F 5 customerInfo5 Modbus Customer Information Y 0 For individual identification purpose; e.g. numbering of the units;

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5.3.10 Parallel System Information
Information Supported by UPS Model

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0x70 1 Number of Modules Y 2 Number of Cores;
0x71 2 Number of Redundant Modules Y 1 Number of redundant Cores;
0x72 3 Nominal System Power [0,1 kW] Design Capacity Y 1800 Available Trinergy system power (under consideration of redundancy);
0x73 4 Nominal System VA [0,1 kVA] Design Capacity Y 2001 Available Trinergy system VA (under consideration of redundancy);
0x74 5 Physical System Power [0,1 kW] Physical Capacity Y 3600 Rated Trinergy system power (overall capacity);
0x75 6 Physical System VA [0,1 kVA] Physical Capacity Y 4002 Rated Trinergy system VA (overall capacity);
0x76 7 reserved
0x77 8 reserved
0x78 9 reserved
0x79 10 reserved
0x7A/0 11 upsParallelAlarmsPresent Y At least one alarm of the following 4 is present;
0x7A/1 12
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Lost Redundancy due to load;
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Lost Redundancy due to Core failure;
0x7A/3 14 upsParallelAlarmOnMaintBypass Y System on maintenance bypass;
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MSBM synchronization warning present;
0x7A/5 16 reserved
0x7A/6 17 reserved
0x7A/7 18 reserved
0x7A/8 19 reserved
0x7A/9 20 reserved
0x7A/10 21 reserved
0x7A/11 22 reserved
0x7A/12 23 reserved
0x7A/13 24 reserved
0x7A/14 25 reserved
0x7A/15 26 reserved
0x7B/0 31 Module Breaker 1 Open/Closed n/a
0x7B/1 32 Module Breaker 2 Open/Closed n/a
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Information Supported by UPS Model

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0x7B/2 33 Module Breaker 3 Open/Closed n/a
0x7B/3 34 Module Breaker 4 Open/Closed n/a
0x7B/4 35 Module Breaker 5 Open/Closed n/a
0x7B/5 36 Module Breaker 6 Open/Closed n/a
0x7B/6 37 Module Breaker 7 Open/Closed n/a
0x7B/7 38 Module Breaker 8 Open/Closed n/a
0x7B/8 39 Bypass Breaker Open/Closed n/a
0x7B/9 40 Output Breaker Open/Closed n/a
0x7B/10 41 Load Bank Breaker Open/Closed n/a
0x7B/11 42 reserved
0x7B/12 43 reserved
0x7B/13 44 reserved
0x7B/14 45 reserved
0x7B/15 46 reserved
0x7C/0 47 User Input 1 On/Off n/a
0x7C/1 48 User Input 2 On/Off n/a
0x7C/2 49 User Input 3 On/Off n/a
0x7C/3 50 reserved
0x7C/4 51 reserved
0x7C/5 52 reserved
0x7C/6 53 reserved
0x7C/7 54 reserved
0x7C/8 55 reserved
0x7C/9 56 reserved
0x7C/10 57 reserved
0x7C/11 58 reserved
0x7C/12 59 reserved
0x7C/13 60 reserved
0x7C/14 61 reserved
0x7C/15 62 reserved
0x7D/0 63 User Output 1 On/Off n/a
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Information Supported by UPS Model

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0x7D/1 64 User Output 2 On/Off n/a
0x7D/2 65 reserved
0x7D/3 66 reserved
0x7D/4 67 reserved
0x7D/5 68 reserved
0x7D/6 69 reserved
0x7D/7 70 reserved
0x7D/8 71 reserved
0x7D/9 72 reserved
0x7D/10 73 reserved
0x7D/11 74 reserved
0x7D/12 75 reserved
0x7D/13 76 reserved
0x7D/14 77 reserved
0x7D/15 78 reserved
0x7E 79 reserved
0x7F 80 reserved
0x80 81 reserved
0x81 82 reserved
0x82 83 reserved
0x83 84 reserved
0x84 85 reserved
0x85 86 reserved
0x86 87 reserved

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5.4 Modbus - Quick Installation Check
Trinergy Status
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System on Battery
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& one core offline
129 64 4 68 1 2 2 17


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5.5 List of Touch Screen Informations
Enclosed the Trinergy Touch Screen informations in tabulated form.
Not all values are always applicable.

Default page
Messages & other Informations Dashboard Measurements
System status (blue = ok; yellow =
warning; red = fault)
Actual unit input voltage [V] of each phase
incl. phase balance
List of possible messages on the default
page can be viewed in the following
chapter "List of Events";
Actual unit bypass voltage [V] of each
phase
incl. phase balance
Unit name Actual unit output voltage [V] of each
phase
incl. phase balance
Operating mode Actual real power [kW] of the unit
("Systemload")
Status of the converters Actual apparent power [kVA] of the unit
("Systemload")
Efficiency Power margin threshold
Firmware version Redundancy threshold
Phase load balance
Ambient temperature
Battery temperature
Battery charge remaining
Estimated minutes remaining
Battery cell voltage
Battery total voltage
Battery current


CORE subpage
Information Rectifier Measurements
Manufacturer Rectifier input voltage per phase
Model Rectifier input current per phase
Serial number Rectifier input frequency
Firmware version DC Bus voltage (+/- and total)
Current alarm messages of the specific
CORE
Input THDi
Last 10 cleared alarms
Last 10 Service visits

Bypass Measurements Inverter Measurements
Bypass voltage per phase Inverter output voltage per phase
Bypass current per phase Inverter output current per phase
Bypass frequency Inverter output frequency
Inverter output VA per phase
Inverter output kW per phase
Output THDv
Power factor

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Battery Measurements
Battery replacement date
Battery age
Battery voltage
Battery cell voltage
Battery current


Data log
Current Voltage
Output current developing Input voltage developing (vs. nominal)
Output voltage developing (vs. nominal)

Frequency Temperature
Input frequency developing (vs. nominal) Ambient temperature developing
Output frequency developing (vs.
nominal)


% Load
Percentage system load
Percentage system battery


Event & Service log
Event Log Service Log
List of events List of service visits


Settings
UPS Settings & other Information Network Settings
Redundancy Threshold Configuration status
Load Power Margin Threshold IP Address
Phase Load Imbalance Threshold Subnet Mask
Date & Time Gateway
DNS Server


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5.6 List of Events
The following list is showing possible common messages in alphabetical order, which could be
logged in the Event Log.
Specific messages are sorted into groups according to their origin e.g. "inverter", "bypass" and so
on.
".." is a placeholder to be filled by the Touch Screen with the according content.

General Messages
Administrative Shutdown Module Shutdown No Longer Pending
Administrative Shutdown Aborted Module Shutdown Pending
Communication Established Module System Is Off
Configuration Change: .. Module Temperature Limit Back to Normal
Configuration Change: .. was changed to ... Module Temperature Limit was Exceeded
Configuration Change: Clock was set to .. Module Utility Power Restored
Configuration Change: Load Power Margin Threshold
was changed to ..
MopNET Licenses Now Available
Configuration Change: Network settings were
changed
MopUPS Service Started
Configuration Change: NTP Server was set to .. MopUPS Service Stopped
Configuration Change: Phase Load Imbalance
Threshold was changed to ..
Network License Key Not Available
Configuration Change: Screen Saver Timeout was
changed to ..
No MopNET Licenses Available
Configuration Change: System Redundancy was
changed to n+..
Obtained License Key From Network
Configuration Change: Time Zone was set to .. Output Off As Requested
Configuration Change: UPS Modules were changed Redundancy in Jeopardy due to UPS Warning
Lost MopNET Connection Redundancy No Longer in Jeopardy Due To UPS
Warning
Lost Redundancy due to Load Redundancy No Longer Lost Due To UPS Failure
Lost Redundancy due to UPS Failure Redundancy No Longer Lost Due To UPS Warning
Module Awaiting Power Restored MopNET Connection
Module Battery Needs Replacing Shutdown Imminent On Module
Module Battery No Longer Needs Replacing Shutdown Pending On Module
Module Bypass Bad Software Update: Installation started
Module Bypass Normal Software Update: Retrying MUNLCD firmware
update
Module Charger Failed Software Update: The software was updated to
version ...
Module Communications Restored System Load Exceeds Power Margin
Module Diagnostics Failed System Load No Longer Exceeds Power Margin
Module Diagnostics Test Completed System Low Battery Condition
Module Diagnostics Test in Progress System No Longer Running On Bypass
Module Disabling Booster System On Battery
Module Enabling Booster System On Bypass
Module Fan Failure System Return From System Low Battery
Module Fuse Failure System Shutdown Aborted
Module General Warning System Shutdown Starting
Module Lost Communications System Utility Power Restored
Module Lost Communications While On Battery The monitoring service experienced a memory error
Module Low Battery Condition The user interface process experienced a fault
Module No Longer Requires Servicing The user interface process experienced a memory
error
Module No Longer Running On Bypass The user interface process was automatically
restarted
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Module Off As Requested User Accounts: Passcode was changed
Module On Battery User Accounts: User .. was added
Module On Bypass User Accounts: User .. was changed
Module Output Is Off User Accounts: User .. was deleted
Module Output Overload User Accounts: Users .. were changed
Module Output Overload Condition Solved User Accounts: Users .. were added
Module Requires Servicing User Accounts: Users .. were deleted
Module Return From Low Battery


Rectifier
EPO Activated (32-024)
General Warning (22-022)
Input Voltage Out Of Tolerance (22-021)
Overload (22-016)
Rectifier Input Switch Open (22-014)
Rectifier Mains Failure (22-015)
Service Check: Temperature Warning (22-019)
Service Required: General Fault (32-025) / (32-031) / (32-032) / (32-035) / (32-036) / (32-038) / (32-039) /
(32-040) / (32-041) / (32-042)
Service Required: General Warning (22-017) / (22-018) / (22-020)
Service Required: Rectifier (32-003) / (32-037)
Service Required: Temperature Fault (32-028)


Inverter
Battery Test Failed To Run (16-013)
EPO Activated (36-034)
Inverter Off (26-027)
Inverter Off (26-032)
Inverter Off Command Pending (26-028)
Inverter On Command Pending (16-029)
Overload (26-026)
Overload (26-030)
Overload (26-031)
Overload Stop (36-044)
Service Check: Temperature Warning (26-024)
Service Required: General Fault (36-047) / (36-048) / (36-055) / (36-058) / (36-059) / (36-060) / (36-061) /
(36-062) / (36-063) / (36-064) / (36-065)
Service Required: General Warning (26-025)
Service Required: Temperature Fault (36-035)


Bypass
Bypass Input Bad (21-013)
Bypass Switch Open (21-012)
Bypass Warning (21-016)
EPO Activated (31-020)
Overload (21-014)
Overload Stop (31-026)
Service Check: Bypass Fault (31-027) / (31-028)
Service Check: Temperature Warning (21-017)
Service Required: Bypass (31-015) / (31-021)
Service Required: General Fault (31-023)
Service Required: General Warning (21-018)
Service Required: Temperature Fault (31-024)
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Battery
Battery Charge Depleted (34-011) / (34-013)
Battery External Circuit Breaker Open (34-019)
Battery Internal Switch Open (34-009)
Battery Recharge In Process (14-003)
Battery Test In Progress (14-018)
Load On Battery (24-004)
Service Check: Battery Temperature Warning
Service Check: Battery Temperature Warning (24-015) / (24-016)
Service Check: Battery Warning (24-010) / (24-012) / (24-014)
Service Required: Battery Connection (34-005) / (34-024)
Service Required: Battery Fault (34-021) / (34-022) / (34-023)
Service Required: General Warning (24-017)


Battery Charger
EPO Activated (33-035)
Service Check: Battery Connection (23-012)
Service Required: Charger (33-009) / (33-016) / (33-017) / (33-025)
Service Required: General Fault (33-021) / (33-022) / (33-023)
Service Required: General Warning (23-007) / (23-008) / (23-010) / (23-011) / (23-013) / (23-014)
Service Required: Temperature Fault (33-018)


Booster
EPO Activated (35-009)
General Warning (25-006)
Service Check: Temperature Warning (25-007)
Service Required: General Fault (35-010) / (35-014) / (35-015) / (35-016)
Service Required: Temperature Fault (35-011)


Load
Core Not Supplying Load (27-010) / (27-020)
Load On Bypass (27-012)
Load On Maintenance Bypass (27-013)
Output Switch Open (27-009)
Overload (27-011)


MUN
Acknowledge button has been pressed (08-025)
Service Required: General Warning (28-008) / (28-056)
Service Required: Internal Communication Failure (38-014) / (38-016)


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General
Battery Switch Open - Do Not Close (30-033)
CCB Parallel Cable Missing (30-071)
Core in Active Standby Mode (10-015)
General Warning (20-025)
Input Air Temperature Out Of Tolerance (20-027) / (20-028)
Load On Maintenance Bypass (20-019)
MSBM Synch Warning (20-022)
Operating Mode: High Efficiency and Power Conditioning (VI) (10-115)
Operating Mode: Maximum Energy Saving (VFD) (10-116)
Service / Commissioning / Test Mode (20-018)
Service Check: Temperature Warning (20-029)
Service Required: Fan (30-020)
Service Required: General Fault (30-036) / (30-037) / (30-049) / (30-053) / (30-054) / (30-055) / (30-057) /
(30-059)
Service Required: General Warning (20-024) / (20-026) / (20-030) / (20-031) / (20-032)
Service Required: Internal Communication Failure (30-079)
Service Required: Temperature Fault (30-060)

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5.7 List of Figures
Figure 1-1: Screen Saver ................................................................................................................................................... 7
Figure 1-2: Local Operator Console ................................................................................................................................... 8
Figure 1-3: Remote Display (WEB Browser) ...................................................................................................................... 8
Figure 1-4: Touch Screen Backside Connections ............................................................................................................ 9
Figure 1-5: Touch Screen Calibration ........................................................................................................................... 10
Figure 1-6: Touch Screen Language Selection .............................................................................................................. 11
Figure 2-1: Touch Screen Default Page ........................................................................................................................ 12
Figure 2-2: Touch Screen Default Page with Alarm Message........................................................................................ 13
Figure 2-3: Key Pad ......................................................................................................................................................... 14
Figure 2-4: Acknowledge Faults? .................................................................................................................................... 14
Figure 2-5: Key Pad ......................................................................................................................................................... 14
Figure 2-6: Stop or Start Inverter? ................................................................................................................................... 14
Figure 2-7: Cabinet Icons ................................................................................................................................................ 14
Figure 2-8: CORE Details ................................................................................................................................................. 14
Figure 2-9: Details Rectifier Values ............................................................................................................................... 15
Figure 2-10: Details Battery Values ................................................................................................................................ 15
Figure 2-11: Details Bypass Values ................................................................................................................................. 15
Figure 2-12: Details Inverter Values ............................................................................................................................... 15
Figure 2-13: Input Gauge Details ...................................................................................................................................... 15
Figure 2-14: Ambient and Battery Temperature ............................................................................................................... 16
Figure 2-15: Battery Capacity Status ................................................................................................................................. 16
Figure 2-16: Current Alarms Listing .................................................................................................................................. 17
Figure 2-17: Touch Screen Data Log .............................................................................................................................. 18
Figure 2-18: Touch Screen Event Log ............................................................................................................................. 19
Figure 2-19: Touch Screen Service Log ........................................................................................................................... 21
Figure 2-20: Touch Screen Settings ............................................................................................................................... 22
Figure 2-21: Systemload Gauge ....................................................................................................................................... 23
Figure 2-22: Touch Screen Security Settings .................................................................................................................. 25
Figure 2-23: Touch Screen Security Settings - Passcode ................................................................................................ 25
Figure 2-24: Touch Screen Security Settings .................................................................................................................. 25
Figure 2-25: Touch Screen Date & Time Configuration 1 ............................................................................................... 26
Figure 2-26: Touch Screen Date & Time Configuration 2 ............................................................................................... 27
Figure 2-27: Touch Screen Date & Time Configuration 2 Details ................................................................................. 27
Figure 2-28: Touch Screen Date & Time Configuration 3 ............................................................................................... 28
Figure 2-29: Touch Screen Date & Time Configuration 4 ............................................................................................... 28
Figure 2-30: Touch Screen Date & Time Configuration 5 ............................................................................................... 29
Figure 2-31: Touch Screen Network Configuration 1 ..................................................................................................... 30
Figure 2-32: Touch Screen Network Configuration 2 ..................................................................................................... 30
Figure 2-33: Touch Screen Network Configuration 3 ..................................................................................................... 31
Figure 2-34: Touch Screen Network Configuration 4 ..................................................................................................... 31
Figure 3-1: Premises Ethernet TCPIP Network ................................................................................................................ 33
Figure 3-2: WEB Browser Remote Access - Start ............................................................................................................. 34
Figure 3-3: WEB Browser Remote Access ........................................................................................................................ 35
Figure 3-4: Browser Language Settings ........................................................................................................................... 36
Figure 3-5: Remote Display Viewer ................................................................................................................................. 37
Figure 3-6: WEB Browser UPS CORE Details ................................................................................................................. 38
Figure 3-7: WEB Browser Rename Device .................................................................................................................... 39
Figure 3-8: WEB Browser Thresholds ............................................................................................................................ 40
Figure 3-9: WEB Browser Battery ................................................................................................................................. 41
Figure 3-10: WEB Browser User Accounts ...................................................................................................................... 42
Figure 3-11: WEB Browser New Account ........................................................................................................................ 43
Figure 3-12: WEB Browser Advanced Configuration ...................................................................................................... 45
Figure 3-13: WEB Browser Event Messaging .................................................................................................................. 46
Figure 3-14: WEB Browser Event Messaging Message Type Long (Rich Text) .............................................................. 47
Figure 3-15: WEB Browser Event Messaging Message Type Long (Plain Text) ............................................................. 47
Figure 3-16: WEB Browser Event Messaging Message Type Short ............................................................................... 47
Figure 3-17: WEB Browser Event Messaging Message Type Short (w/no Subject) ....................................................... 48
Figure 3-18: WEB Browser Event Messaging Test Email ............................................................................................... 48
Figure 3-19: USB-RS485 Converter ................................................................................................................................... 49
Figure 3-20: Modbus RTU Request Frame ......................................................................................................................... 52
Figure 3-21: Modbus RTU Respond Frame ........................................................................................................................ 52
Figure 3-22: Modbus Master Slave CRC Comparison ...................................................................................................... 53
Figure 3-23: Modbus RTU Exception Respond Frame ....................................................................................................... 53
Figure 3-24: Modbus Frame Example ................................................................................................................................ 53
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Figure 3-25: Modbus Frame Reading ................................................................................................................................ 54
Figure 3-26: Modbus Frame Reading Example .................................................................................................................. 54
Figure 3-28: WEB Browser SNMP Agent ......................................................................................................................... 57
Figure 3-29: WEB Browser Status Current Alarms ....................................................................................................... 59
Figure 3-30: WEB Browser Service Log ........................................................................................................................... 60
Figure 3-31: WEB Browser Event Log.............................................................................................................................. 61
Figure 3-32: WEB Browser Data Log ............................................................................................................................... 62




5.8 List of Literature

/80CP-002/
80NET-JBUS Communication Protocol; 14.Oct.2005; Rev.1.0 -- UPDATED; ................................................. 50
/CHLW-001/
http://connectivity.chloridepower.com/products/; Connectivity Webpage; Version from 2010 ................. 49
/DFI-001/
Input of David Fencl; .......................... 7, 8, 13, 14, 15, 16, 18, 19, 21, 22, 23, 26, 27, 30, 33, 34, 42, 43, 44, 49
/IIO-002/
Instructions for installation and operation of JBUS option for all products; Sept. 2008; Rev.6.0 -- UPDATED;50
/MUPS-001/
Users Guide and Reference for ManageUPS NET ADAPTER P-Series (913-623); Rev. A - 10.April 2008 . 46, 96
/TMTR-002/
Chloride Trinergy Technical Manual - adapted; Rev. 1.1 - 11.Feb.20117, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 17, 18, 20, 22, 23,
25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 37, 38, 39, 42, 45, 46, 49, 57, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63
/UM80-002/
Chloride 80-NET User Handbook 10H52179UM10- adapted; Rev. 3 - June 2011 ......................................... 64


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5.9 List of Abbreviations
AC Alternating Current
AC CT Alternating Current Current Transformer
BTR UPS mode [Inverter] (German: USV-Betrieb [WR])
BYP UPS off [Inverter off, Bypass mode possible] (German: USV aus [WR aus, Bypass-Betrieb mglich])
CIO Critical Infrastructure Overseer
CRC Cyclic Redundancy Check
DC Direct Current
DCM Double Conversion Mode
DHCP Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
DIM Digital Interactive Mode
DSP Digital Signal Processor
DVM Digital Volt Meter
EEPROM Electrically Erasable and Programmable Read Only Memory
EPO Emergency Power Off
LCD Liquid Crystal Display
LED Light Emitting Diode
MUN ManageUPS NET
NMS Network Management System
OS Operating System
PFC Power Factor Correction
PRU Testing (German: Prfen)
RCCMD Remote Control CoMmanD
RPO Remote Power OFF
SBS System Bypass Switch
SMTP Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
SNMP Simple Network Management Protocol
STS Static Transfer Switch
UPS Uninterruptible Power Supply
URL Bootstrap (German: Urladen)
USS protocol
Universal Serial interface protocol (Siemens AG trade mark)
German: Universelles Serielles Schnittstellenprotokoll
VFD Output Voltage and Frequency Dependent from mains supply
VFI Output Voltage and Frequency Independent from mains supply
VI Output Voltage Independent from mains supply

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5.10 Glossary
Agent
An Agent is a server that "thinks". Agents are software modules that first retrieve information
about the managed devices they represent, then store this information in a management
database, and finally provide it (proactively or reactively) to management entities within
network management systems (NMSs) via a network management protocol. /MUPS-001/
Box
Stands for the central I/O BOX present in each Trinergy; Main power connections from the
customer distribution are done to this BOX;
Client
A software element or program that requests information or actions from other software
elements known as servers. /MUPS-001/
CORE Stands for 200kVA/200kW modules composing together with a BOX a Trinergy unit;
DHCP
Within a network, there might be a so called DHCP server which gives currently free IP
Addresses to devices which requires one. This DHCP supplies the device with all the necessary
information such as IP Address, Subnet Mask, Gateway, DNS Server etc.
So if you have such a DHCP server it will assign a free IP Address to your adapter which is
excellent for first configuration but it should be changed during setup to fixed/static IP Address
by the user or the person who configures it. It should be changed because those DHCP leases
are only for a certain amount of time, which might change after a while, and if you have
programs connected to the adapter, they will point to the wrong IP address which will lead to
an error.
Electronic Bypass
QS2
A SCR switch (thyristor switch) which connects the load directly to mains in event of inverter
overload; also referred to as a static switch or static bypass.
EPO Emergency Power Off is a strictly mechanical power turn off device
Maintenance Bypass See Service Bypass
Parallel system
Orthogonal parallel system; BOX to BOX parallel system;
A parallel system is composed of at least 2 Trinergy units; (Max. 8 units)
Qualified Personal
Personnel who is familiar with the installation, assembly, commissioning and operation of the
product and is qualified to carry out the respective activities.
RPO Remote Power OFF is a software controlled turning off of power
Server
A program that provides some service to other (client) programs. The connection between
client and server is normally by means of message passing, often over a network, and uses
some protocol to encode the client's requests and the server's responses. /MUPS-001/
Service Bypass
QS3
The switch that allows continuous supply to the load via the bypass input mains during
maintenance work; also referred to as the maintenance bypass.
Static Bypass See Electronic Bypass
Static Switch See Electronic Bypass
Unit A Trinergy composed of one BOX and maximum 6 COREs;
VFD
Voltage and Frequency dependent (Offline UPS)
The UPS output is depending on voltage and frequency variations on the input.
VFI
Voltage and Frequency Independent (Online UPS)
The UPS output is independent from voltage and frequency variations on the input and will be
regulated within tolerances defined in IEC 61000-2-2.
VI
Voltage Independent (Interactive UPS)
The UPS output is depending on input frequency variations but mains voltage will be regulated
to keep it within defined limits at the output;

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5.11 Index


A
About Menu ..................................................................... 17, 63
Access Flags ........................................................................... 43
Access Restrictions................................................................. 34
Advanced Configuration ........................................................ 45
Alarm Message Language ...................................................... 20
Animated Block Diagram ....................................................... 13
B
Background Color .................................................................. 17
Backup time less than specified ............................................. 65
Battery
Calculation ...................................................................... 65
Mode ................................................................... 12, 16, 65
Temperature ................................................................... 65
Block Diagram ........................................................................ 13
Browser Access ...................................................................... 34
C
Change Passcode ................................................................... 25
Circular Redundancy .............................................................. 24
Color Indicators ...................................................................... 17
Current Alarms ....................................................................... 59
D
Dashboard Indicator .............................................................. 15
Data Log ..................................................................... 17, 18, 62
Date and Time Setting ........................................................... 26
Device Renaming ................................................................... 39
DHCP Server ........................................................................... 30
DHCP Server Configuration .................................................... 31
Diagram ................................................................................. 13
Display Not Present ................................................................ 64
E
Earthing System ..................................................................... 65
Electronic Bypass ...................................................... see Bypass
Email Content ........................................................................ 46
Email Settings ........................................................................ 46
Event Log ................................................................... 17, 19, 61
Download ........................................................................ 61
Event Messaging .................................................................... 46
F
Fault ................................................................................. 12, 17
Fault Acknowledge ................................................................ 13
Firmware Update ................................................................... 63
G
Gauge Scale Systemload ........................................................ 23
I
Interruption of Power ............................................................ 65
Inverter Control ..................................................................... 14
J
JBus ....................................................................................... 49
L
Language Selection ............................................................... 11
Load Power Margin Threshold .......................................... 22, 23
Local Operator Console ............................................................ 8
M
Manual Network Configuration ............................................. 31
Marquee Messages ................................................................ 16
Menu About .......................................................................... 63
Message Content .................................................................. 46
Modbus ................................................................................. 49
Modbus RTU .......................................................................... 49
Modbus TCP .......................................................................... 49
N
Navigation Tree ..................................................................... 35
Language ........................................................................ 36
Network Settings ................................................................... 30
NMS ....................................................................................... 57
No Communication (UPS/PC) ................................................ 65
NTP Server ........................................................................ 26, 27
Configuration ................................................................. 29
P
Passcode ............................................................................... 25
Password ............................................................................... 34
Phase Load Imbalance Threshold ..................................... 22, 23
Premises LAN ...................................................................... 9, 66
Q
QS3 Maintenance Bypass Switch ........................................ 96
Qualified Personal ................................................................. 96
R
Redundancy Threshold ..................................................... 22, 23
Remote Display and Connectivity Function .............................. 8
Remote Display Viewer ......................................................... 37
Rename Devices .................................................................... 39
RFC1628 ................................................................................ 57
RJ45
Premises LAN ..................................................................... 9
System LAN ........................................................................ 9
RS485
JBus ................................................................................. 49
RTU........................................................................................ 49
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S
Scale Systemload Gauge ........................................................ 23
Screen Saver ...................................................................... 7, 45
Security Code ......................................................................... 25
Service Bypass ................ see QS3 Maintenance Bypass Switch
Service Log ................................................................. 17, 21, 60
Settings ............................................................................ 17, 22
Single-Line Diagram ............................................................... 12
SMTP Server ........................................................................... 46
SNMP ..................................................................................... 57
Software Update .................................................................... 63
Status ..................................................................................... 12
System LAN .............................................................................. 9
System Load Gauge ............................................................... 16
Systemload Gauge Scale ........................................................ 23
T
TCPIP ...................................................................................... 49
Touch Screen ........................................................................... 7
Background Color ...................................................... 16, 17
Calibration ................................................................. 10, 64
Connections....................................................................... 9
Languages ...................................................................... 11
RJ45 Interfaces ................................................................... 9
Synoptic .......................................................................... 13
Trap Destination .................................................................... 57
Troubleshooting .................................................................... 64
U
UDP Port ................................................................................ 57
User Account Settings ........................................................... 43
User Accounts ....................................................................... 42
W
Warning ................................................................................ 12
WEB Browser Access .............................................................. 34
WEB Browser Remote Access ............................................. 8, 33