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 APC Smart-UPS C (SMC) UPS Series: Tower and Rack 1000/1500 VA 120/230 Vac


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Description:

The APC™ by Schneider Electric Smart-UPS™ is a high performance uninterruptible power supply (UPS). The UPS provides protection for electronic equipment from utility power blackouts, brownouts, sags, and surges, small utility power fluctuations and large disturbances. The UPS also provides battery backup power for connected equipment until utility power returns to safe levels or the batteries are fully discharged.



  • Ordering Information
  • Specifications
  • Description
  • Overview
  • SMC & SMT Comparison



Ordering Information for the Smart-UPS C UPS Series:


Part Number Products
120V Output / 120V Input
SMC1000 APC Smart-UPS C Tower 1000VA LCD 120V
SMC1000C APC Smart-UPS C Tower 1000VA LCD 120V with Smart Connect
SMC1000-2U APC Smart-UPS C Rackmount 1000VA 2U LCD 120V
SMC1000-2UC APC Smart-UPS C Rackmount 1000VA LCD 2U 120V with Smart Connect
SMC1500 APC Smart-UPS C Tower 1500VA LCD 120V
SMC1500C APC Smart-UPS C Tower 1500VA LCD 120V with SmartConnect
SMC1500-2UC APC Smart-UPS C Rackmount 1500VA 2U 120V with SmartConnect


International Models for the Smart-UPS C UPS Series:


Part Number Products
SMC1000I Smart-UPS C Tower 1000VA LCD 230VAC International UPS with C13 input & (8) C13 Outputs, Tower Unit
SMC1000I-2U Smart-UPS C Rackmount 1000VA 2U mountable LCD 230V International UPS with C14 input & (4) C13 Outputs
SMC1500I Smart-UPS C Tower 1500VA LCD 230VAC International UPS with C14 input & (8) C13 Outputs, Tower Unit
SMC1500I-2U Smart-UPS C Rackmount 1500VA 2U LCD 230VAC International UPS with C14 input & (4) C13 Outputs



Specifications for the Smart-UPS C UPS Series:

 

Tower Specifications:

  UPS + Battery Battery
Weight
specifications
SMC1000 / SMC1000I
17.24 kg (38 lb)
APCRBC142
5.1 kg (11.2 lb)
SMC1500 / SMC1500I
20.41 kg (45 lb)
APCRBC6
7.7 kg (16.9 lb)
Temperature Operating 0° to 40° C (32° to 104° F)
Storage -15° to 45° C (5° to 113° F)
charge UPS battery every six months
Maximum
Elevation
Operating 3,000 m (10,000 ft)
Storage 15,000 m (50,000 ft)
Humidity 0% to 95% relative humidity,
non-condensing
0° to 40° C (32° to 104° F)
Battery Type Maintenance free, sealed lead acid  

Replace used batteries with APC by Schneider Electric approved batteries.
To order a replacement battery, Contact Bomara
Always recycle used batteries.
For information on recycling a used battery, refer to the Battery Disposal Information sheet included with the replacement battery

 

Rack Mount Specifications:

  UPS + Battery Battery
Weight
specifications
SMC1000-2U / SMC1000I-2U
20.48 kg (45.15 lb)
APCRBC124
5.6 kg (12.32 lb)
SMC1500-2U / SMC1500I-2U
27.8 kg (61.2 lb)
APCRBC132
10 kg (22 lb)
Temperature Operating 0° to 40° C (32° to 104° F)
Storage -15° to 45° C (5° to 113° F)
charge UPS battery every six months
Maximum
Elevation
Operating 3,000 m (10,000 ft)
Storage 15,000 m (50,000 ft)
Humidity 0% to 95% relative humidity,
non-condensing
0° to 40° C (32° to 104° F)
Battery Type Maintenance free, sealed lead acid  

Replace used batteries with APC by Schneider Electric approved batteries.
To order a replacement battery, Contact Bomara
Always recycle used batteries.
For information on recycling a used battery, refer to the Battery Disposal Information sheet included with the replacement battery




Description for the Smart-UPS C UPS Series:


The SMT UPS is a Smart UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) with an intuitive LCD interface to provide clear and accurate information in multiple languages. The interface allows you to easily configure the SMT UPS locally using navigation keys.

Black start capability allows you to start the SMT UPS when the utility power is out, and resettable circuit breakers enable quick recovery from overload events.

Each SMT UPS has hot swappable batteries, ensuring clean uninterrupted power to protect equipment while replacing batteries. The SMT UPS can also automatically start up the connected equipment upon return of utility power.

Adjustable voltage transfer points allows you to maximize the useful battery life of your SMT UPS by widening the input voltage window or tightening the output voltage regulation.




Overview for the Smart-UPS C UPS Series:


     
 



Operation - Tower


Note: The UPS will charge to 90% capacity in the first three hours of normal operation. Do not expect full battery runtime capability during this initial charge period.

1. Connect equipment to the UPS.
2. Connect the UPS to a two pole, three wire, grounded source.

CAUTION
RISK OF EQUIPMENT DAMAGE
• Adhere to all local and national electrical codes.
• Wiring should be performed by qualified electrician.
• Always connect the UPS to a grounded outlet.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in equipment damage

smart-ups-c-operations-tower


Connect equipment to the UPS


smart-ups-c-usb-port USB port: Connect to a computer to use power management software.
smart-ups-c-serial-port Serial port: Connect a serial port cable (not supplied) to use power management software.
smart-ups-c-chassis-screw Chassis ground screw: Connect the ground leads on transient voltage devices to the chassis ground screw(s), located on the rear panel of the UPS.
   

Configuration mode


Configuration mode provides additional UPS configuration options. Press and hold the MUTE and MENU buttons for two seconds.

smart-ups-c-menu-mute

The UPS will emit a short beep and the two icons will flash to indicate that Configuration mode is enabled.
When Configuration mode is enabled use the MENU button to scroll through the available options. Use the MUTE button to scroll through the settings in each option.

Note:
The UPS will automatically disable Configuration mode after 15 seconds of no activity. To manually disable Configuration mode, press and hold the MUTE and MENU buttons for two seconds. The UPS will a emit a short beep.

Function Options Description
Self-Test • 0: Default Setting
• 1: Begin Self-Test
0 is the default setting for Configuration mode. Press the MENU button to scroll through the available options.

Press 1 to manually initiate a Self-Test. The UPS will automatically disable Configuration mode.

Note: When the UPS is operating on battery power and Configuration mode is enabled, only the default setting will be available. A manual Self-Test cannot be initiated.
Power Quality smart-ups-c-power-quility-tower Select the input utility power quality tolerance.

• When Good is selected, the unit will go on battery power more often to provide the cleanest power supply to the connected equipment.
• When Fair is selected, the UPS is under normal operating conditions.
• When Poor is selected, the UPS will tolerate more fluctuations in power and will go on battery power less often.

If unsure of the local power quality, select Good.
Output Voltage
Setting
(230V models only)
• 220 Vac
• 230 Vac
• 240 Vac
Select the appropriate voltage for outlets when the UPS is in battery mode.
LCD Display
Dimmer
smart-ups-c-power-quility-tower2 When the LCD display dimmer is configured to Auto Dim the LCD will illuminate if a button is pressed or an event occurs. The display will automatically dim after 60 seconds of no activity.
Green Mode
Enable
• 0: Disable
• 1: Enable
When Green Mode is enabled the UPS is operating at the most efficient level, bypassing unused AVR components while acceptable utility voltage is present. The UPS will enter and exit Green mode automatically while enabled.
Clear Event
Counter
N/A Press the MUTE button to clear the event counter.



Power saving LCD screen

The display interface can be configured to remain continuously illuminated or to extinguish after a period of inactivity to save electricity.
  1. Continuous Illumination Mode: Press and hold the DISPLAY button for two seconds. The display will illuminate and the UPS will beep to confirm Continuous Illumination mode is activated.
  2. Power Saving mode: Press and hold the DISPLAY button for two seconds. The display will extinguish and the UPS will beep to confirm Power Saving mode is enabled. While in Power Saving mode, the display will illuminate when a button is pressed. The display will extinguish after 60 seconds of inactivity



Sensitivity adjustment settings

The UPS detects and reacts to line voltage distortions by transferring to battery backup power to protect connected equipment. In situations where either the UPS or the connected equipment is too sensitive for the input voltage level it is necessary to adjust the transfer voltage.
  1. Connect the UPS to a utility power source. Be sure the UPS is turned off.
  2. Press and hold the POWER button for six seconds. The load capacity bar will flash on and off, to indicate the UPS is in Program mode.
  3. Press the POWER button again to scroll through the menu options. The UPS will beep to confirm the selection.
When the UPS is in Sensitivity Configuration mode, the Sensitivity bar graph icons display the sensitivity level setting. See the examples here as a reference.

smart-ups-c-low-sensitivity-tower smart-ups-c-medium-sensitivity-tower smart-ups-c-high-sensitivity-tower
1000/1500 VA 120 Vac: 97-136 Vac
1000/1500 VA 230 Vac: 195-265 Vac
1000/1500 VA 120 Vac: 103-130 Vac
1000/1500 VA 230 Vac: 203-257 Vac
1000/1500 VA 120 Vac: 106-127 Vac
1000/1500 VA 230 Vac: 207-253 Vac
Use this setting with equipment
that is less sensitive to fluctuations in
voltage or waveform distortions.
Use this setting under normal operating
conditions.
Use this setting when connected
equipment is sensitive to any minor
fluctuations in voltage or waveform
distortions.


 

Operation - Rack Mount


Note: The UPS will charge to 90% capacity in the first three hours of normal operation. Do not expect full battery runtime capability during this initial charge period.

1. Connect equipment to the UPS.
2. Connect the UPS to a two pole, three wire, grounded source.

CAUTION
RISK OF EQUIPMENT DAMAGE
• Adhere to all local and national electrical codes.
• Wiring should be performed by qualified electrician.
• Always connect the UPS to a grounded outlet.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in equipment damage

smart-ups-c-operations-rack


Connect equipment to the UPS


smart-ups-c-usb-port USB port: Connect to a computer to use power management software.
smart-ups-c-serial-port Serial port: Connect a serial port cable (not supplied) to use power management software.
smart-ups-c-chassis-screw Chassis ground screw: Connect the ground leads on transient voltage devices to the chassis ground screw(s), located on the rear panel of the UPS.
   

Configuration mode


Configuration mode provides additional UPS configuration options. Press and hold the MUTE and MENU buttons for two seconds.

smart-ups-c-menu-mute

The UPS will emit a short beep and the two icons will flash to indicate that Configuration mode is enabled.
When Configuration mode is enabled use the MENU button to scroll through the available options. Use the MUTE button to scroll through the settings in each option.

Note:
The UPS will automatically disable Configuration mode after 15 seconds of no activity. To manually disable Configuration mode, press and hold the MUTE and MENU buttons for two seconds. The UPS will a emit a short beep.

Function Options Description
Self-Test • 0: Default Setting
• 1: Begin Self-Test
0 is the default setting for Configuration mode. Press the MENU button to scroll through the available options.

Press 1 to manually initiate a Self-Test. The UPS will automatically disable Configuration mode.

Note: When the UPS is operating on battery power and Configuration mode is enabled, only the default setting will be available. A manual Self-Test cannot be initiated.
Power Quality smart-ups-c-power-quility-tower Select the input utility power quality tolerance.

• When Good is selected, the unit will go on battery power more often to provide the cleanest power supply to the connected equipment.
• When Fair is selected, the UPS is under normal operating conditions.
• When Poor is selected, the UPS will tolerate more fluctuations in power and will go on battery power less often.

If unsure of the local power quality, select Good.
Output Voltage
Setting
(230V models only)
• 220 Vac
• 230 Vac
• 240 Vac
Select the appropriate voltage for outlets when the UPS is in battery mode.
LCD Display
Dimmer
smart-ups-c-power-quility-tower2 When the LCD display dimmer is configured to Auto Dim the LCD will illuminate if a button is pressed or an event occurs. The display will automatically dim after 60 seconds of no activity.
Green Mode
Enable
• 0: Disable
• 1: Enable
When Green Mode is enabled the UPS is operating at the most efficient level, bypassing unused AVR components while acceptable utility voltage is present. The UPS will enter and exit Green mode automatically while enabled.
Clear Event
Counter
N/A Press the MUTE button to clear the event counter.



Power saving LCD screen

The display interface can be configured to remain continuously illuminated or to extinguish after a period of inactivity to save electricity.
  1. Continuous Illumination Mode: Press and hold the DISPLAY button for two seconds. The display will illuminate and the UPS will beep to confirm Continuous Illumination mode is activated.
  2. Power Saving mode: Press and hold the DISPLAY button for two seconds. The display will extinguish and the UPS will beep to confirm Power Saving mode is enabled. While in Power Saving mode, the display will illuminate when a button is pressed. The display will extinguish after 60 seconds of inactivity



Sensitivity adjustment settings

The UPS detects and reacts to line voltage distortions by transferring to battery backup power to protect connected equipment. In situations where either the UPS or the connected equipment is too sensitive for the input voltage level it is necessary to adjust the transfer voltage.
  1. Connect the UPS to a utility power source. Be sure the UPS is turned off.
  2. Press and hold the POWER button for six seconds. The load capacity bar will flash on and off, to indicate the UPS is in Program mode.
  3. Press the POWER button again to scroll through the menu options. The UPS will beep to confirm the selection.
When the UPS is in Sensitivity Configuration mode, the Sensitivity bar graph icons display the sensitivity level setting. See the examples here as a reference.

smart-ups-c-low-sensitivity-tower smart-ups-c-medium-sensitivity-tower smart-ups-c-high-sensitivity-tower
1000/1500 VA 120 Vac: 97-136 Vac
1000/1500 VA 230 Vac: 195-265 Vac
1000/1500 VA 120 Vac: 103-130 Vac
1000/1500 VA 230 Vac: 203-257 Vac
1000/1500 VA 120 Vac: 106-127 Vac
1000/1500 VA 230 Vac: 207-253 Vac
Use this setting with equipment
that is less sensitive to fluctuations in
voltage or waveform distortions.
Use this setting under normal operating
conditions.
Use this setting when connected
equipment is sensitive to any minor
fluctuations in voltage or waveform
distortions.

 

Status Indicators


Display panel features


1000/1500 VA 120 Vac

smart-ups-c-display-features-tower
1000/1500 VA 230 Vac

smart-ups-c-display-features-tower2
1. On Line/On Battery LED 4. Display interface
2. POWER ON/OFF button 5. DISPLAY button
3. Site Wiring Fault/System Fault LED 6. MUTE button
Note: Refer to “Feature Reference Guide” on page 10 in this manual for a detailed description of the front panel buttons and icons.


LED status indicators


Status LED Audible
Indicator On
Audible Indicator Terminates
Power On
The UPS is supplying utility power to
connected equipment.
The On Line/On Battery
LED illuminates green
None N/A
On Battery
The UPS is supplying battery power
from the internal battery.
The On Line/On Battery
LED illuminates amber
The UPS beeps
4 times every 30
seconds.
The beeping stops when utility power is
restored or the MUTE button is pressed
for two seconds.
System Fault
The UPS detects an internal system
fault.
System Fault LED
illuminates red
Constant tone The alarm stops when the POWER ON/
OFF button is pressed for two seconds.
This creates a Fault Reset.
Site Wiring Fault
A building wiring fault has occurred.
Do not operate the UPS. Contact a
qualified electrician to correct the
building wiring fault.
Site Wiring Fault
LED flashes red
None N/A

Status LCD Icon Audible Alarms Audible Alarm Terminates
On Battery
The UPS is supplying battery
power to the connected
equipment.
smart-ups-c-display-on-battery Beeps 4 times every 30 seconds The beeping stops when utility
power is restored or the UPS is
turned off.
Utility Power Overload
An overload condition has
occurred while the UPS is
operating on utility power
smart-ups-c-display-utility-power-overload Constant tone The alarm stops when
nonessential equipment is
disconnected from the outlets or
the UPS is turned off
Battery Power Overload
An overload condition has
occurred while the UPS is
operating on battery power.
smart-ups-c-display-battery-power-overload Constant tone The alarm stops when
nonessential equipment is
disconnected from the outlets or
the UPS is turned off.
Low Battery
The UPS is supplying battery
power to the connected
equipment and the battery is
near a total discharge state.
smart-ups-c-display-low-battery Continuous beeping The beeping stops when utility
power is restored or the UPS is
turned off.
Battery Fault
The UPS is operating on utility
power. The battery does not
provide expected backup.
smart-ups-c-display-battery-fault The UPS will beep twice to indicate
the battery is disconnected.
The UPS will beep continuously for
one minute every five hours to
indicate that the battery should be
replaced.
Verify that the battery is
securely connected.
The battery is nearing the end of
its service life and should be
replaced.
System Fault
The UPS has experienced an
internal fault.
smart-ups-c-display-system-fault N/A Identify the fault message on
the display and refer to System
Faults in this manual.

 

Display interface features


1000/1500 VA
120 Vac
1000/1500 VA
230 Vac
Description
smart-ups-c-display-interface-features smart-ups-c-display-interface-features2 On Line: The UPS is supplying conditioned utility power to connected equipment.
smart-ups-c-display-interface-features3 Green mode: The UPS is operating at the most efficient level, bypassing unused AVR components while acceptable utility voltage is present. The UPS will enter and exit Green mode automatically and will not compromise power protection.
smart-ups-c-display-interface-features4 Load Capacity: The load capacity percentage is indicated by the number of load bar sections illuminated. Each bar represents 20% of the load capacity.
smart-ups-c-display-interface-features5 smart-ups-c-display-interface-features6 Estimated Run Time / Min: This indicates the battery runtime minutes that remain if the UPS switches to battery power.
smart-ups-c-display-interface-features7 Battery Charge: The battery charge level is indicated by the number of load bar sections illuminated. When all five blocks are illuminated, the battery is fully charged. Each bar represents 20% of the battery charge capacity.
smart-ups-c-display-interface-features8 Overload: The equipment connected to the UPS is drawing more power than the voltage rating allows.
smart-ups-c-display-interface-features9 smart-ups-c-display-interface-features10 Event: The event counter indicates the number of events that occurred to cause the UPS to switch to battery operation.
smart-ups-c-display-interface-features11 Automatic Voltage Regulation (AVR): The UPS has an AVR boost and trim feature that automatically regulates high or low levels of input voltage without using battery power. The UPS also features AVR Bypass which temporarily deactivates the AVR circuitry when the input voltage is within normal range. This conserves battery power and helps to maximize battery life.

smart-ups-c-display-interface-features12 When illuminated, the UPS is compensating for low input voltage
smart-ups-c-display-interface-features13 When illuminated, the UPS is compensating for high input voltage.
smart-ups-c-display-interface-features14 smart-ups-c-display-interface-features15 In: Input voltage.
Out: Output voltage.
smart-ups-c-display-interface-features16 smart-ups-c-display-interface-features17 System Fault: An internal system fault has occurred. The fault number will illuminate on the display.
smart-ups-c-display-interface-features18 Mute: An illuminated line through the icon indicates that audible alarms are disabled.
smart-ups-c-display-battery-fault Battery Fault: The icon will flash to indicate that the battery is disconnected. When the icon remains continuously illuminated the UPS has failed a Self-Test or the battery is near the end of its service life and should be replaced
smart-ups-c-display-on-battery On Battery: The UPS is supplying battery backup power to the connected equipment.


System Faults

1000/1500 120 Vac 1000/1500 230 Vac P00 Output Overload
smart-ups-c-display-interface-features19 smart-ups-c-display-interface-features20 P01 Output Short Circuit
P02 Output Over Voltage
P04 Unit Over Temperature
P06 AVR Relay Fault
P13 Inverter Fault

 



Feature Reference Guide:


Function Button Timing
(seconds)
UPS Status Description
Power
Power On smart-ups-c-feature-reference-guide 0.2 Off Press the POWER ON/OFF button to turn on the UPS. The UPS will operate on utility power.
If utility power is not available the UPS will operate on battery power.
Power Off smart-ups-c-feature-reference-guide 2 On Press the POWER ON/OFF button to turn off the UPS.
Display
Status Inquiry smart-ups-c-feature-reference-guide2 0.2 On Press to verify the status or condition of the UPS. The LCD will illuminate for 60 seconds.
Power Saving mode Continuous Illumination smart-ups-c-feature-reference-guide2 2 On The LCD will illuminate and the UPS will beep to confirm Continuous
Illumination  mode is activated.
The LCD will extinguish and the UPS will beep to confirm that
Power Saving mode is activated. While in Power Saving mode, the LCD
will illuminate if a button is pressed or an event occurs, then extinguish after
60 seconds of no activity.
Mute
Event Specific smart-ups-c-feature-reference-guide3 0.2 On Disable any audible alarms caused by an event.
Enable/Disable smart-ups-c-feature-reference-guide3 2 On Enable or disable the audible alarms. The Mute icon will illuminate and the
UPS will beep once.
Sensitivity smart-ups-c-feature-reference-guide 6 Off The Load Capacity icon will flash to indicate the UPS is in Program mode. Use the POWER ON/OFF button to scroll through and select Low, Medium, and High sensitivity levels. The UPS will beep to confirm the selection. Refer to “Sensitivity adjustment settings” on page 6 in this manual.
Self-Test smart-ups-c-feature-reference-guide3smart-ups-c-feature-reference-guide2 2 On The UPS will automatically run a Self-Test of the internal battery when the
UPS is turned on.
A manual Self-Test can be run at any time while the UPS is operating. Press and hold the MUTE button, then press the DISPLAY button for 2 seconds until the system emits a short beep to indicate the UPS has started a
Self-Test.
Event Reset smart-ups-c-feature-reference-guidesmart-ups-c-feature-reference-guide2 0.2 On When the Event screen is visible, press and hold the DISPLAY button, then press the POWER ON/OFF button to clear the utility failure event counter.
Fault Reset smart-ups-c-feature-reference-guide 2 Fault After a fault has been identified, press the POWER ON/OFF button. The icon will extinguish and the UPS will go to standby mode.



Troubleshooting:


Problem and Possible Cause Solution
The UPS will not turn on or there is no output
The UPS has not been turned on. Press the ON button once to turn on the UPS.
The UPS is not connected to utility power. Be sure the power cable is securely connected to the UPS and to the utility power supply.
The input circuit breaker has tripped. Disconnect nonessential equipment and reset the circuit breaker.
The UPS shows very low or no utility input voltage. Check the utility power supply to the UPS by plugging in a table lamp. If the light is very dim, check the utility voltage.
The battery is not securely connected. Be sure that all battery connections are secure.
There is an internal UPS fault. Do not attempt to use the UPS. Unplug the UPS and have it serviced immediately.
The UPS is operating on battery while connected to utility power
The input circuit breaker has tripped. Disconnect nonessential equipment and reset the circuit breaker.
There is very high, very low, or distorted input line voltage. Move the UPS to a different outlet on a different circuit. Test the input voltage with the utility voltage display. If acceptable to the connected equipment, reduce the UPS sensitivity.
The UPS is beeping
The UPS is operating normally None. The UPS is protecting the connected equipment.
The UPS does not provide expected battery backup time
The UPS battery is weak due to a recent power outage or is near the end of its service life. Charge the battery. Batteries require recharging after an extended outage. Elevated ambient temperatures, poor quality utility power, and frequent short
duration discharges will shorten battery life.
If the battery is near the end of its service life, consider replacing the battery even if the replace battery icon is not illuminated.
The UPS is experiencing an overload condition. Check the UPS load display. Unplug nonessential equipment, such as printers.
The Fault LED is illuminated, the UPS displays a fault message and emits a constant beeping
Internal UPS fault. Do not attempt to use the UPS. Turn the UPS off and have it serviced immediately. If
more than one fault is present the fault messages will be displayed alternately on
display screen.
The Replace Battery icon is illuminated
The battery has a weak charge. Allow the battery to recharge for at least four hours.
Then, perform a Self-Test. If the problem persists after recharging, replace the battery.
The replacement battery is not properly connected. Be sure the battery connector is securely connected.
Site Wiring Fault LED is flashing
Wiring faults detected include
missing ground, hot-neutral,
polarity reversal, and overloaded
neutral circuit.
If the UPS indicates a site wiring fault, have a qualified electrician inspect the
building wiring. Applicable for 120 Vac units only.

 

If the problem persists, contact Bomara.

  • Note the model number and serial number and the date of purchase. The model and serial numbers are located on the rear panel of the unit and are available through the LCD display on select models.
  • Call Bomara and we will attempt to solve the problem over the phone. If this is not possible, the technician will issue a Returned Material Authorization Number (RMA#).
  • If the unit is under warranty, the repairs are free.
  • Service procedures and returns may vary internationally.


Pack the unit in the original packaging whenever possible to avoid damage in transit. Never use foam beads for packaging. Damage sustained in transit is not covered under warranty.

  • Always DISCONNECT THE UPS BATTERIES before shipping. The United States Department of Transportation (DOT), and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) regulations require that UPS batteries be disconnected before shipping. The internal batteries may remain in the UPS.
  • External Battery Pack products are de-energized when disconnected from the associated UPS product. It is not necessary to disconnect the internal batteries for shipping. Not all units utilize an external battery pack.



SMT & SMC Comparison:

SMC Models SMT Models
Simplified LCD Display - basic information provided: bar graph, load graph - input/output voltage, runtime, load show in different variables Alpha/Numeric Display - Intuitive easy to read display, control all aspects of the UPS via the display as you would with software or the Network Management Card, 30 configurable items, language options.
AVR - Single boost, Single Trim AVR - Double Boost, Single Trim
Standard Outlets Controllable Outlet bank
Ships with USB Cable Ships with both USB and Serial Communications Cable
No Smart-Slot for NMC or LCC Smartslot for NMC, LCC or other accessories
Ships with rack mount bracktets (-2U Models) Ships with 4-post rail kit (RM models)
0.6 Power Factor ~0.7 Power factor with more battery capacity
2 yr warranty 3 yr warranty
  Predictive battery replacement date
  Built-in energy meter
  Improved diagnostics and logs
  Switched load group for non-critical load shedding, independent reboot and sequenced on/off
 
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