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Table of Contents

Compaq Power Management Products .....................................................................1 Why Buy Compaq Power Management Products?....................................................4 Compaq R6000 Series UPS.........................................................................................6 Compaq Power Processing System ...........................................................................7 Cost of Power Problems ...........................................................................................10 Protecting Enterprise Environments with Compaq UPSs .......................................11 Intelligent Manageability with Compaq Power Management Software ................13 Extended Backup with Load Segment Control........................................................16 Ease of Serviceability with Hot-Swappable Batteries ............................................17 Greater System Uptime with Hot Swappable Batteries and Extended Runtime Module ................................................................................18 Compaq UPS Option Cards .......................................................................................19 Compaq Power Distribution Unit..............................................................................21 Ease of Configuration Via Front Panel Display........................................................22 Front Panel - R6000 Series ......................................................................................23 Rear Panels (Tower Models) ......................................................................................24 Rear Panels (Rack Models) ........................................................................................26 Which Compaq UPS is Right for You?......................................................................29 Worldwide Power Requirements..............................................................................31 Compaq UPS Model Guide........................................................................................32 Compaq UPS Technical Specifications ....................................................................34 Questions & Answers ...............................................................................................36 Compaq Power Management Products Glossary....................................................40 Competitive Analysis ................................................................................................42

Compaq Power Management Products


Compaq has developed a full range of power management products that protect and manage computer systems ranging from individual workstations to distributed enterprises.

R6000 Series Uninterruptible Power System

The Compaq R6000 UPS unity rating (6000VA/6000W) provides a wider range of load support and a high level of power protection.The unique space-saving design occupies only 6U (10.5 inches) of valuable rack space.

NEW

UPS Model
R6000a R6000j R6000i

Part Number
347207-001 347207-291 347207-B31

Key Benefits

More critical equipment supported in your rack with space-saving design (6U). Greater system uptime with Extended Runtime Modules (ERMs). Enhanced system flexibility with five load segments and support for option cards. Field upgradeable via firmware flash. A wider range of load compatibility as a unity rated UPS (6000VA/6000W). Enterprise-wide intelligent manageability with independently controlled load segments and bundled Compaq Power Management Software. Ultimate, long-term battery reliability with Compaq Enhanced Battery Management. System expandability and manageability with Compaq UPS option cards. Ease of serviceability with hot swappable batteries and modular design. Backed by a limited three-year warranty, $25,000 load protection guarantee, and Compaqs Pre-Failure Warranty.

a = North American high voltage model j = Japanese model i = EMEA model 1

Compaq Power Management Products (continued)


Rack-mountable Uninterruptible Power Systems
Compaq Rack-mountable UPSs provide maximum uptime in the event of a power problem for a variety of rack-based computer systems, providing powerful performance while occupying minimal rack space.The R3000 UPS is 3U (5.25 inches).The R1500 UPS is 2U (3.5 inches).
UPS Model
R1500 Series
R1500 R1500j R1500h 242704-001 242704-291 242704-002 242705-001 242705-291 242705-002 242705-003

Part Number

R3000 Series
R3000 R3000j R3000h R3000h-NA

Tower Uninterruptible Power Systems

Compaq Tower UPSs provide advanced power protection for the entire network including workstations, hubs, routers, and servers that require maximum uptime and fault tolerance in the event of a power problem.
UPS Model
T700 Series
T700 T700h T700j 295372-B21 295372-B22 295372-291 242688-001 242688-002 242688-003 242688-004 242688-293 242688-005 242688-295 242688-006 242688-007

Part Number

T1000 Series
T1000 T1000h

T1500 Series
T1500 T1500h T1500j

T2000 Series
T2000 T2000j

T2400 Series
T2400h T2400h-NA

High to Low Voltage Transformer

The Compaq High to Low Voltage Transformer works with the high voltage rackmountable UPS models to provide 250VA of low voltage support via two 5-15 receptacles.The sidewall mount takes zero-u of valuable rack space.
Model
High to Low Voltage Transformer

Part Number
388643-B21

j = Japanese model h = High voltage model h-NA = North American high voltage model. 2

Compaq Power Management Products (continued)


Power Distribution Unit
The Compaq Power Distribution Unit provides managed power distribution for rack cabinets without consuming valuable rack space.The unique sidewall mount design provides 12 AC receptacles that help distribute elevated power requirements within rack cabinets, as well as maximized cord management.
Model
PDU PDUh PDUh-NA PDUj

Part Number
295363-001 295363-B31 295363-002 295363-291

Multi-Server Card

The Multi-Server Card is a Compaq UPS option that facilitates direct communication with up to three critical servers (each of which can run a different operating system) via individual serial communication ports, eliminating the need to purchase additional UPSs to support each server.
Model
Worldwide

Part Number
123508-B21

Scalable Card

The Scalable Card, another Compaq UPS option, enables up to three Compaq UPSs to work together as one virtual UPS, providing UPS scalability and field upgradeability.
Model
Worldwide

Part Number
123509-B21

Compaq Power Management Software


POWER MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE
with LanSafe III and FailSafe III

Compaq Power Management Software is a tightly integrated, alert response application within Compaq Insight Manager which enables system administrators to monitor and control Compaq UPSs locally or remotely.This versatile application provides system administrators with an overview of network power conditions, as well as enables them to configure shutdown timing, customize alert messages, and perform UPS diagnostic checks.
Model
Software provided with all Compaq UPS models. CD Spares Kit

1996, 1997 Compaq Computer Corporation 1996, 1997 Deltec Electronics Corporation All Rights Reserved CD P/N: 05144864-002 A S/W: 05144863-0002

Part Number
340580-001

j = Japanese model h = High voltage model h-NA = North American high voltage model. 3

Why Buy Compaq Power Management Products?


Compaqs full range of power management products provide you with the power to protect, the power to manage, the power to communicate with your network, and the power to guarantee maximum data integrity.

Ultimate, Long-Term Battery Reliability with Compaq Enhanced Battery Management


Batteries that are constantly trickle-charged reach the end of their useful life in less than half the time of those charged using advanced techniques such as Compaqs Enhanced Battery Management technology. Compaq understands that the battery reliability of your UPS is essential to ensuring network server protection. Compaqs Enhanced Battery Management, standard with all Compaq UPSs, is an advanced battery technology that uses a patented, threestage charging technique that doubles battery service life, optimizes battery recharge time, and provides up to a 60-day advanced notification of pending battery failure.This innovative technology is comprised of three components: Double Battery Service Life with Intelligent Battery Charging All UPS batteries need charging. Extended charging, however, significantly shortens battery life.The Compaq UPS utilizes a patented three-stage charging process that ultimately doubles battery service life. First, the Compaq UPS rapid charges the battery to 90%. A constant voltage (float charge) continues until the battery reaches full capacity.The charger is then turned off and the Compaq UPS goes into a rest mode, enabling the battery to be preserved for future power failures. Most manufacturers use a trickle-charging method (a constant voltage feeding a low current to the battery) which dries the electrolyte and corrodes the plates, reducing potential battery life by up to 50%. Advance Notification of Battery Replacement with Sophisticated Monitoring Techniques All batteries will eventually fail. Because UPS batteries are valve-regulated, sealed, lead-acid cells, there has not been a practical way to provide users with advance notification of battery failure.The only way to determine that batteries needed replacing was to wait until the power failed, taking the servers and computers down with it. Compaqs Enhanced Battery Management is the only technology available that reliably provides advance notification prior to battery failure.The Compaq UPS microprocessor tracks the charge and discharge characteristics of the battery.These characteristics are compared to an ideal battery state, indicating to the user, well in advance, when battery replacement is necessary. Minimize Battery Use with Superior Voltage Regulation Most manufacturers UPSs monitor input voltage variations as low as -25%, but transfer to battery when a surge or a sag needs to be filtered in the system.This type of voltage regulation shortens the UPSs battery service life. Compaqs innovative Buck/Double Boost voltage regulation ensures consistent input voltage to the load by automatically bucking it if it is too high, or boosting it if it is too low.Voltage variations as low as -35% or as high as +20% are corrected without transferring to battery.This reduces the number of charge/recharge cycles, thereby prolonging the life of the Compaq UPS battery.

UPS w/EBM* UPS w/Trickle Charge

(Months)

Battery
*EBM = Enhanced Battery Management

Why Buy Compaq Power Management Products? (continued)


Intelligent Manageability with Compaq Power Management Software
Compaq Power Management Software allows for diagnostics, monitoring, user notification, and when necessary during an extended blackout unattended, prioritized shutdown of multiple servers and client workstations. For ultimate intelligent manageability, the Compaq UPS has been designed to schedule startups and shutdowns of connected equipment and control separate receptacle groups (load segments).

More Flexibility with Compaq UPS Option Cards


All Compaq UPS option cards seamlessly integrate into the back of your Compaq UPS. The Compaq Multi-Server Card facilitates direct communication with up to three servers, thereby eliminating the need for multiple UPSs.The Compaq Scalable Card enables up to three UPSs to work together and be monitored as one logical UPS providing enhanced protection, scalability (runtime), and future expandability.

Preserve Valuable Rack Space with the Compaq Power Distribution Unit

Designed to fit into a Compaq rack cabinet environment, the Compaq Power Distribution Unit provides managed power distribution and surge protection via 12 circuit-breaker and fuse-protected AC receptacles.The unique sidewall-mount design of the Compaq Power Distribution Unit preserves valuable rack space for more critical servers and systems.

Compaq Quality
Having built its reputation on providing the highest quality products, Compaqs hardware qualification process is the toughest in the industry. Extensive evaluation, testing, and product improvement guarantee the highest level of system protection, electrical performance, product construction, and compatibility.

Superior UPS Warranty


To back up the wide range of features offered with our UPSs, Compaq provides a three-year, on-site limited warranty, as well as an additional $25,000 Computer Load Protection Guarantee (provided by Compaqs original equipment manufacturer), while competitive systems typically offer only a two-year warranty.The Pre-Failure Battery Warranty ensures that when Compaq Power Management Software notifies customers that the battery may fail, the battery or UPS is replaced free of charge under the warranty reducing the total cost of ownership and system downtime.

Compaq R6000 Series UPS


More Critical Equipment Supported
Rated at 6000VA/6000W the Compaq R6000 Uninterruptible Power System achieves a , unity power rating. As a unity rated UPS, the Compaq R6000 delivers more true power as measured in watts than non-unity rated UPSs. In addition, the Compaq R6000 UPS allows you to support up to approximately 40% more load of todays enterprise computing Power Factor Corrected (PFC) power supplies found in Compaq equipment.

More Flexibility with Compaq UPS Option Cards and Additional Load Segments
There are several options in configuring the Compaq option cards with the Compaq R6000.These are as follows: One Compaq Multi-Server Card supports up to three servers. Two Compaq Multi-Server Cards support up to five servers. One Compaq Scalable Card can scale two Compaq R6000 UPSs with up to nine load segments. The R6000 configuration utility is provided to setup the option cards and to map the load segments. Compaq UPS Option Cards are used in conjunction with Compaq Power Management Software, LanSafe III, and FailSafe III.

Field Upgradeable via Firmware Flash


The Compaq R6000 incorporates a flashable microprocessor that allows firmware upgrades through the communications port. Compaq field service personnel can upgrade the Compaq R6000 UPS without bringing down the load.

Efficient Design Saves Rack Space


The Compaq R6000 occupies only 6U (10.5 inches) of valuable rack space.The state-ofthe-art power processing system design of the Compaq R6000 has an unsurpassed power density of 1 kW per 1U of rack space.

Increases System Uptime with Extended Runtime Modules and Hot Swappable Batteries
The Compaq R6000 UPS is equipped with hot swappable batteries, so you can replace batteries without powering down the connected equipment. In addition, the rack-mounted Extended Runtime Modules occupy 3U (5.25 inches) of rack space.The Compaq R6000 UPS supports up to two Extended Runtime Modules.

COMPAQ R6000 Power Processing System


General Description
The Compaq R6000 was specifically designed with input from leading information technology professionals to meet the evolving needs of the Enterprise computing environment.The unique power processing system design of the Compaq R6000 achieves an industry leading power density of 1kW per 1U of rack space.This innovative power system design enables space saving power protection for a wide range of equipment and direct compatibility with todays Enterprise computing Power Factor Corrected (PFC) power supplies. The Compaq R6000 power system design meets the requirements of two key trends in Enterprise computing. Increased computing power density in a rack mount environment where rack space has become critical. An industry move towards larger Power Factor Corrected (PFC) power supplies for Enterprise level servers.

Compaq R6000 Power Advantage

Rated at 6000VA/6000W the Compaq R6000 can protect up to twice the number of servers , with Power Factor Corrected power supplies in a typical configuration when compared to competitive UPSs. Power Factor Corrected power supplies have a power factor close to unity typically greater than .95 Power Factor. Switch mode power supplies that are not Power Factor Corrected have a power factor typically between .6 PF and .8 PF.
Power Supply VA Rating
1000 VA 2000 VA 3000 VA

Power Supply Watt Rating PFC P.S. with .95 PF


950 W 1900 W 2850 W

Non-PFC P. S. at .6 PF
600 W 1200 W 1800 W

Non-PFC P.S. at .8 PF
800 W 1600 W 2400 W

VA Versus Watt Ratings for PFC and Non-PFC Rated Power Supplies Where: P.S. = Power Supply, VA = Volt Amps, PFC = Power Factor Corrected, W = watts

A UPS rated at 1000 VA/1000 W supports a 1000 VA Power Factor Corrected power supply. A UPS rated at 1000 VA/750 W will not support a 1000 VA Power Factor Corrected power supply. One of the key advantages of the Compaq R6000 is the unity rated power processing stage, which means the UPS can support a greater number of Power Factor Corrected loads. The following example shows the Compaq R6000 UPS protection advantage for an Enterprise server configuration with PFC power supplies. Enterprise load requirement: Enterprise servers with PFC power supplies rated at 1122VA/1100 W each 540W peripheral equipment (such as workstations, monitors and storage)

COMPAQ R6000 Power Processing System


Compaq R6000 UPS
440 W peripheral equipment Proliant Server with 1100 W PFC supply Proliant Server with 1100 W PFC supply Proliant Server with 1100 W PFC supply Proliant Server with 1100 W PFC supply Enterprise Equipment Protected 440 W of additional power 440 W Professional Workstation Proliant Server with 1100 W PFC supply Proliant Server with 1100 W PFC supply

APC SmartUPS 5000 VA Rackmount

Compaq R6000 UPS 6000 VA/6000 W Power available at 80% loaded = 4800 W

APC SmartUPS Rackmount 5000 VA/3750 W Power available at 80% loaded = 3000 W

Compaq R6000 Protection Advantage with PFC Loads

The primary technical difference between a Compaq R6000 UPS and a non-unity rated UPS is the ability of the Compaq R6000 UPS to deliver more true power (energy).True power is measured in watts. In order to understand the true power requirement of a load three elements need to be defined; voltage required = V (volts), current required = A (amps), and the Power Factor = PF.Watts = VA x PF.The primary difference between a Power Factor Corrected (PFC) power supply and non-Power Factor Corrected power supply is how it draws current from its power (energy) source. A PFC power supply with a near unity power factor will draw current in a linear fashion throughout the entire voltage waveform. A nonPFC power supply with a .6 to .8 power factor will draw current for a short duration of the voltage waveform normally during the peak of the voltage waveform causing distortion which is a form of nonwork-producing energy.
Current Waveform

Voltage Waveform

Current Waveform

Voltage Waveform

PFC Power Supply Current Draw

Non-PFC Power Supply Current Draw

A PFC supply requires a power (energy) source that can produce more true power. During a utility failure or a very low voltage condition (voltage sag) the UPS becomes the true power (energy) source for the equipment it is protecting. UPSs rated at unity, such as the Compaq R6000, have several distinct competitive design differences over non-unity rated UPSs. Some of the competitive design differences for the Compaq R6000 are: A greater source of energy to supply more true power which means it has more battery capacity (energy source). A more robust DC to AC inverter power stage in order to produce more true power. Greater cooling capacity to handle the additional heat created by converting more true power.
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COMPAQ R6000 Power Processing System


These distinct design advantages give the Compaq R6000 a significant edge in protecting the newest PFC power supplies and also provides some key competitive advantages when used to protect non-PFC loads: Compaq R6000 UPS rated at 6000 VA/6000 W with a full load back-up time of 6 minutes and half load back-up time of 18 minutes using the standard installed batteries. APCs SU5000RM UPS at 5000 VA/3750 W with a full load back-up time of 6 minutes and half load back-up time of 11 minutes using the standard installed batteries. Enterprise load protected equals 6000 VA/4000 W of non-PFC power supplies with a .66 PF.
COMPAQ R6000 Protection Advantage with Non-PFC Power Supplies Competitive Advantage
% of True Power Capacity Back-up Time on Standard Battery Heat stress (Reliability) Extended Run Capability

COMPAQ R6000
66% 12 minutes Only 66% of designed full load heat stress; increased reliability Supports extended run-time battery modules for longer back-up times with more robust DC to AC inverter power stage

APCs SU5000RM
100% 6 minutes 100% of designed full load heat stress; reduced reliability Cannot support extended run-time battery modules for additional battery back-up time

The Compaq R6000 delivers more true power when you need it the most with an advanced power processing system that leads the industry in true power density with 1 kW per 1U of rack space. Combining this new power processing system with a proven and reliable lineinteractive UPS topology the Compaq R6000 moves Enterprise network power protection to a new level.

The Cost of Power Problems


Understanding Power Quality
What Y2K Means to Your Power You may have a handle on your companys Y2K compliance, but does your local utility provider? If you dont have time for downtime, here are some alarming Y2K facts you need to know Only 2 out of 10 major utility companies have completed an assessment of their systems Y2K compliance. To date, most utility providers have spent only a small fraction of their total Y2K estimated expenditures despite the fact that projections are rising. Deregulation of the power industry means more players and more exposure to power loss. One Y2K power outage anywhere in North America could launch a full-scale outage across the entire national power grid. Many utility providers in the rest of the world are very behind in Y2K compliance. Come January 1, 2000, your local utility provider may not be able to ensure consistently reliable power. Its up to you to develop a contingency plan to keep your systems and your business up and running in case your utility company cannot. Make sure this plan includes a Compaq Uninterruptible Power System and Compaq Power Management Software. Compaq offers a full range of Y2K-compliant power management solutions designed to safeguard your systems, your business and your enterprise. Y2K Compliance and Compaq Uninterruptible Power Systems The Compaq Uninterruptible Power System hardware does not have any date dependencies to be affected by Y2K. However, the Power and EBM logs in Compaq Power Management Software versions 1.2 and lower will list the most recent event to the oldest event.The newest events, after the Year 2000, will be displayed on the bottom of the list, because they will be listed as the year 00. Neither the performance of the server, the Management Console, UPS or Compaq Power Management Software will be effected. Compaq Power Management Software version 1.5 and above is Year 2000 compliant and is shipping with all new Compaq UPS models, and is also included on the SmartStart/Management CD 4.2 release. For more information, please visit http://www.compaq.com/products/y2k. What is the Real Impact of Power Quality Problems? The financial impact of power quality problems can be astronomical. It is estimated that dirty power and associated momentary disturbances in transmission can cost industry in lost production and equipment damage between $3 billion and $5 billion per year.1 The real effects of system downtime, including lost data and business opportunities, can be immeasurable. According to a survey by the Business Communications Co., downtime costs are estimated between $1,000 per hour and more than $78,000 per hour. Some studies raise this estimate to $500,000 per hour.
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Information Week, January 8, 1998

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Protecting Enterprise Environments with Compaq UPSs


The Costly Effects of Power Problems in an Enterprise Environment
The effects of blackouts and other power problems in an enterprise environment can be devastating and costly. Using a Compaq UPS to protect servers and other critical equipment prevents unnecessary downtime, loss of data, and damage to your hardware. Maximum data integrity and system uptime require a prioritized shutdown plan which is managed by Compaq Power Management Software. Preserving data is an increasingly complex issue in todays enterprise environments. Communication systems are required to transfer and store information within internal computer networks and must also provide critical links to the enterprisewide networks.

Ensure Data Integrity Systemwide with Compaq Power Management Software


A prioritized shutdown ensures that all network devices are shut down in an orderly, sequential manner, saving all work-in-progress throughout the network. Compaq Power Management Software empowers network administrators by allowing them to define their own shutdown process.Thus, a companys most critical equipment (such as a database or file server) can be shut down last, after work-in-progress has been saved from client workstations through hubs, switches, routers, and communication servers.

Saves work-in-progress throughout the network

Supports up to 64 network devices with a single UPS Group with unattended sequential shutdown

Complete network power protection with Compaq Power Management Software and Compaq UPSs
T700

Workstation

Controller

UPS Group

Member

Power Serial Communication Local or Wide Area Network

T1000

Network Communications
Supports hubs and routers, ensuring the integrity of data being transferred during extended power failures

Compaq File Server


Support more critical equipment in rack Provides unattended sequential shutdown of all network devices

Router T700

R6000

Network Communications
UPS with Load Segments
Individual load segments can be sequentially powered down or powered up

Monitor Compaq (Load Segment 2) File Server (Load Segment 1)

T1500

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Protecting Enterprise Environments with Compaq UPSs (continued)


When power quality is compromised, so are a companys vital data files including data entry, orders, records, e-mail messages, and other critical business information. Compaq Power Management Software used in conjunction with Compaq UPSs plays a vital role in ensuring data integrity and the protection of your businesss critical network servers and systems.

UPS Groups

When a single UPS supports more than one server or workstation, the resultant system is called a UPS group. Compaq Power Management Software and LanSafe III support up to 64 network devices in a single UPS group, and provides unattended, sequential shutdown of every device in that group, regardless of operating system. Of the servers or workstations in a UPS group, only one is connected via a serial communication cable to the UPS.This workstation or server is called the UPS group controller, while the groups other workstations or servers are called UPS group members. If the UPS group controller shuts down, its group members must shut down. No UPS group member may have a longer shutdown time than the UPS group controller.

UPS Group Configuration


Group Member Group Member Group Member

AC Power Serial Communication Local or Wide Area Network

Group Controller

UPS

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Intelligent Manageability with Compaq Power Management Software


Your UPS Just Got Smarter with Compaq Power Management Software
Compaq Power Management Software takes server data protection the extra mile, and then some. Management notification, diagnostics, monitoring, and when necessary during an extended blackout unattended, prioritized shutdown of multiple Compaq servers and client workstations are standard features of Compaq Power Management Software. Because the Compaq UPS supports separate load segments, users can program Compaq Power Management Software to schedule segment-by-segment shutdowns and startups of connected equipment.

For any Compaq server or system device in your network, you can access UPS status information quickly and easily.The Status function provides a color-coded system overview (normal, degraded, or failed) at the status button on the Compaq Power Management Window. The status window provides color-coded information on system elements, including UPS communications, UPS operational status, utility power, battery charge, utility ground fault detection, inverter power, and UPS overload detection.

Status Information is Clear and Complete

The Power Situation is Easy to Understand

The Compaq Power Management PowerScope screen provides a graphical, real-time display of the inside of the UPS.

The PowerScope display is a dynamic, functional block diagram of power from the source, through the UPS, and out to the load. For any Compaq server on the network, the PowerScope shows the UPS input and output voltages (color-coded for easy interpretation), available battery run time in minutes, and the percentage load, a measure of the capacity of the UPS.

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Compaq Power Management Software (continued)


Load Segmenting for Extended Backup Time
The Compaq UPS has individually controlled load segments. If power fails, users can extend backup time for their most critical servers or systems via Compaq Power Management Software. The Attachments window enables configuration of the connected servers/systems to specified load segments. Once this is done, the shutdown window details your Shutdown Timing in terms of wink time, countdown time, and shutdown delay, assuring a prioritized system shutdown. Similarly, the Startup Timing feature ensures a prioritized return to service.

Automatic Alert Communication

Compaq Power Management Software provides additional Alert Handling capabilities.These capabilities allow you to customize alert messages in another language, configure the system to execute commands in the occurrence of a particular alert, and to broadcast messages and off-site e-mails in any given alert situation.This ensures that the entire system administration staff is fully informed of any system emergency.

Scheduled Shutdowns

Why spend money on power by running equipment you dont need? Compaq Power Management Software and Compaq UPSs supporting load segments give you the ability to run the equipment you want when you want to. Shutdowns and restarts can be scheduled on a regular basis for each day of the week. If a piece of equipment isnt needed (on weekends and holidays, for example), the system shuts it down and doesnt start it until you program it to do so.

Shutdown/Reboot Flexibility

Use Compaq Power Management Software to Shutdown your UPS with three restart options. An immediate Reboot can be performed, the startup can be timed for any user-specified interval, or it may be permanent until the UPS is restarted manually.

The power event and battery management Logs provide a history of significant system events that can be used for problem detection and resolution.

Logs

Diagnostics

Compaq Power Management Software Diagnostics features a Power Monitor window reminder when its time to run preventive maintenance.You can program the messages for whatever time intervals you need.When you start Diagnostics, you start a simple but vital test of your UPS for approximately 40 seconds, during which your system is put on battery power to test the circuitry.This way you know your UPS will be ready in the event of an emergency.With the Preventative Maintenance feature, you have the ability to schedule reminders every 30, 60, or 90 days to do a test of all UPSs in the system including determining battery condition - to ensure proper UPS operation.

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Compaq Power Management Software (continued)


How It Works
The Compaq Power Management Software Agent runs on each Compaq computer and Compaq server supported by a Compaq UPS. As long as the equipment is running, the agent observes the power environment of the UPS.Access to Compaq Power Management Software is through the UPS icon within the Compaq Insight Manager Console. Should utility power fail or another significant power problem occur, the Compaq UPS places connected servers and systems on battery power and the Compaq Power Management Software issues an alert.The alert goes via an SNMP trap to the system administrators workstation (Windows NT or Windows 95) running Compaq Insight Manager. Compaq Power Management Software responds to the alert as programmed by the system administrator. As the power event continues, Compaq Power Management Software begins a prioritized system shutdown, saving all work-in-progress throughout the network. LanSafe III and FailSafe III is provided if you are not running Compaq Insight Manger. It has the same benefits as Compaq Power Management Software.

Serial Comm.

Serial Comm.

Compaq Power Management Software supports the following Operating Systems through Compaq Insight Manager: WindowsNT 3.51 and 4.0; OS/2 2.1 Warp 3.x and 4.x; UnixWare 2.1.2, 2.1.3, 7.x; SCO Open Server 5.03 and 5.04, Novell Netware 3.12, 5.0 and Intra Netware 4.x. LanSafe III v. 4.06: Microsoft Windows 95,98 (English and Japanese versions), Windows NT 3.5x-4.0 Alpha, Windows NT 3.5x-4.0 Intel (English and Japanese versions), Novel Netware3.x-4.11, 5.0, Digital Unix 4.x (Alpha), Interactive Unix 3.0.1-3.2.2, SCO Unix, Open Server 3.x, 5.x, UnixWare 2.x, Solaris 1.x with Sun OS 4.1x & Open Windows 3.x (SPARC), Solaris 2.6 with Sun OS 5.6 & Open Windows 3.6 (Intel), HP-UX 9.0710.20,11.00, IBM AIX 3.x, 4.x (RISC). FailSafe III v. 4.06: Microsoft Windows 3.x, Windows 95,98 (English and Japanese versions), Windows NT 3.5x4.0 (Alpha), Windows NT 3.5x-4.0 (English and Japanese versions) Web-based Management Software allows you to access and manage your equipment via the internet.

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Extended Backup with Load Segment Control


With Compaq UPS load segment control, users have the flexibility to configure scheduled startups and shutdowns of their equipment, as well as to independently control load segments. Working in conjunction with Compaq Power Management Software, the Compaq UPS can be configured to extend run times for critical devices. Because the receptacles on the back of the Compaq UPS are divided into two or more groups called load segments each load can be controlled independently.* By shutting down one load segment, the runtime for more critical servers and systems is extended on the other load segment, providing additional protection by shutting down less critical servers and systems first. Compaq Power Management Software also facilitates a prioritized startup of connected equipment. Furthermore, the power scheduling feature allows for scheduled on-and-off times, promoting energy and power conservation.
*

T700 UPS Series have only one load segment.

BEFORE - Backup time = 20 minutes

Serial

AFTER Shutting down load #2 - Backup time = 28 minutes

Serial

Independently controlled load segments with Compaq UPSs are managed by Compaq Power Management Software

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Ease of Serviceability with Hot-Swappable Batteries


While Enhanced Battery Management has the ability to double battery service life, it cannot prevent inevitable battery failure.When your batteries reach the end of their useful life, replacement is easy with hot-swappable batteries. Simple access through the front panel allows users to safely install new batteries without ever powering down the connected equipment.

Tower Series: T700, T1000, T1500, T2000, and T2400h


For models without internal batteries (Tower models 2000 and 2400h), the procedure is accomplished by replacing external battery packs.

Rack-Mount Series: R1500 and R3000 R1500 R3000

Black

Red

Red Black

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Greater System Uptime with Hot Swappable Batteries and Extended Runtime Module
The Compaq R6000 is equipped with hot-swappable batteries, so batteries can be replaced without powering down the connected equipment. Each Extended Runtime Modules (ERM) contains battery packs in a 3U (5.25 in.) chassis and extends the total available runtime.The R6000 can support two Extended Runtime Modules. Extended Runtime Modules can be replaced or added without shutting down the load.

R6000 with Hot Swappable Batteries

NORMAL

BYPASS

1&4

3&5

R6000 (6U)

R6000 with Extended Runtime Module

Optional Extended Runtime Module (3U)

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Compaq UPS Option Cards


To further enhance your UPS communication capabilities, Compaq offers two UPS option cards that provide additional management and control capabilities during a power failure and are available at a minimum investment.

Compaq Multi-Server Card

With Compaqs Multi-Server Card, users can serially connect up to three network devices to a single UPS.This allows communication for networks with multiple servers or disparate operating systems. So a business running Novell,Windows NT, and Unix servers does not have to acquire an individual UPS for each piece of equipment.The Multi-Server card permits out-of-band communication with up to three servers even when the network is down. It saves you money since it is not necessary to buy additional UPSs. Application: Need to add an NT server and another UPS for serial communications? Solution: Install the Compaq Multi-Server Card and manage multiple platforms with one UPS and ensure out-of-band communication when the network is down.
BEFORE AFTER

Unix Server

Unix Server

NT Server

UPS
UPS Option Card Slot

Port 1

Port 2

Outlet

Port 3

Load 1 Load 2

UPS Multi-Server Card

Load 1 Load 2

UPS

Outlet

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Compaq UPS Option Cards (continued)


Compaq Scalable Card
Because evolving system needs may require a higher power level to accommodate an increased load, users can add the Scalable Card to their Compaq UPS. Enabling up to three UPSs (two R6000s) to be connected to one group of network devices, this option provides power scalability and field upgradeability. Rather than having to purchase a new, larger UPS to increase load capacity, users can choose to connect a second or third UPS (two R6000s) to the original UPS to achieve the right power level for their system. Application: Need increased server capacity; need a larger UPS? Solution: Add another (smaller) UPS and install Compaqs Scalable Card.This provides flexibility and eliminates the need to buy a larger UPS.

BEFORE

AFTER
CPU

CPU Disk Array Disk Array Disk Array Disk Array Disk Array UPS 1 UPS Option Card Slot Load 1 Load 2 3 KVA Outlet

( 1.5 KVA) UPS 1 Scalable Card ( 1.5 KVA) UPS 2 UPS Option Card Slot

Load 1 Load 2 Load 1 Load 2

UPS 2

UPS 1

UPS 3

CPU

Outlets

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Compaq Power Distribution Unit


The Compaq Power Distribution Unit offers managed power distribution without sacrificing valuable rack space.The Power Distribution Unit distributes power to a maximum of 12 additional circuit-breaker and fuse-protected AC receptacles. From a single point of connection, the Power Distribution Unit delivers exceptional surge and spike protection while conveniently consolidating multiple power cords. The unique Zero-U design of the Compaq Power Distribution Unit enables it to be mounted into the side of an equipment rack, consuming no valuable front-panel rack space. Connected between the frame members of Compaq 42U, 36U, and 22U rack cabinets, the unit can be added to a fully configured rack while saving space for business critical servers and other equipment.

Compaq Power Distribution Unit Compaq R3000 UPS

Typical rack-mount application with Compaq Power Distribution Unit.

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Ease of Configuration Via Front Panel Display


Front Panel - T700 - T2400 Series, R1500 - R3000 Series
For easy monitoring, all Compaq UPSs feature simple icons.The provided LEDs tell users everything they need to know about site wiring, voltage, battery, load, and communications conditions. In addition, depressing the dual-purpose Test/Alarm Silence button initiates a self-diagnostic routine that verifies monitoring operations. When the Compaq UPS is in its standard mode of operation, the front panel LEDs indicate how the UPS is functioning and also warn about possible problems, such as low battery, overvoltage, or overload conditions.

Battery Charge LEDs

AC Input LEDs

Load Level LEDs

Site Wiring Fault LED

Communication LED

On Button

Battery Service (Enhanced Battery Management) LED On LED Off/Standby Button Test/Alarm Reset

Note: R1500 and R3000 Series have the same front panel configuration shown above.

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Front Panel - R6000 Series

The UP, DOWN, LEFT, and RIGHT rocking button moves through the LCD menu The ESCAPE button moves backward in the menu The SELECT button traverses the LCD menu

Front panel buttons

Solid YELLOW R6000 is on battery power Solid GREEN - normal Flashing GREEN - standby

Solid YELLOW - bypass mode RED alarm - an alarm; warning of existing or potential problems

Front panel LEDs

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Rear Panels (Tower Models)


Low Voltage (100127 VAC)
Model T700(j)
Comm Port Network Transient Protector Four 5-15R Receptacles Six 5-15R Receptacles Comm Port

Models T1000 & T1500(j)

Reset Button Line Cord with 5-15P plug

UPS Option Card Slot Line Cord with 5-15 Plug Load Network Transient Load Segment 1 Segment 2 Protector

Model T2000(j)
Comm Port Battery Connector Load Segment 3
LOAD 1 RESET

Battery Box

Eight 5-15R Receptacles

LOAD 2 RESET

UPS Option Card Slot Line Cord with 5-20P Plug

Load Segment 1

Network Load Segment 2 Transient Protector

(j) = models available for Japan.


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Rear Panels (Tower Models)


High Voltage (208240 VAC)
Model T700h (220240 VAC only)
Comm Port Comm Port Four Female IEC-320 Receptacles Network Transient Protector IEC-320 Male Inlet (10A) Six IEC-320 Receptacles IEC-320 Male Inlet (10A) UPS Option Card Slot

Models T1000h & T1500h


Input Circuit Breaker

Load Load Network Transient Segment 1 Segment 2 Protector

Model T2400h Model T2400h-NA*


Comm Port Battery Connector IEC-320 Male Inlet (10A) Input Circuit Breaker

Battery Box

Load Segment 1 UPS Option Card Slot

Load Segment 2

Load Segment 3

Nine IEC-320 Receptacles

Network Transient Protector

*North American Model (includes 6-15P line cord)

Note: h = high voltage h-NA = high voltage-North America


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Rear Panels (Rack Models)


Low Voltage (100127 VAC)
Model R1500(j)
Male IEC-320 Inlet (includes detachable REPO Port line cord w/5-15P) Six 5-15R Receptacles Load Segment 1 Load Segment 2 UPS Option Card Slot Comm Port

Model R3000
Output Circuit Breakers Nine 5-15R Receptacles L5-30R Receptacle

Comm Port UPS Option Card Slot REPO Port Load Segment 1 Load Segment 2 L5-30P Load Segment 3

Model R3000j
Output Circuit Breakers L6-30R Nine 5-15R Receptacles Receptacle Comm Port UPS Option Card Slot REPO Port

Load Load Load Segment 1 Segment 2 Segment 3 L6-30P

(j) = Models available for Japan.


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Rear Panels (Rack Models)


High Voltage (200240 VAC)
Model R1500h
REPO Port Male IEC-320 Inlet (10A) Input Circuit Breaker Six IEC-320 Receptacles Load Segment 1 Load Segment 2 UPS Option Card Slot Comm Port

Model R3000h Model R3000h-NA*


*North American model includes L6-20P line cord Nine IEC-320, 10 Amp Receptacles

Input/Output Circuit Breakers

Male IEC-320 Inlet (16A)

Comm Port UPS Option Card Slot REPO Port IEC-320, 16 Amp Receptacle Load Segment 3 Load Segment 2

Load Segment 1

Note: h = high voltage h-NA = high voltage-North America


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Rear Panels (Rack Models)


R6000 a, i, j Back Panel
(2) Manual Communication Bypass Ports Switch Input Terminal 16 AMP Receptacle Load Segment 1 IEC-320, C20 Block Load Segment 2 Load Segment 3 UPS Option Card Slots 10 AMP Receptacle IEC-320 Load Segment 5
1 2 3 4 5

Circuit Breakers for Segments 10A

1, 4

3, 5

REPO Terminal Block


a = North American high voltage model j = Japanese model i = EMEA model

Load Segment 4

Circuit Breakers (15A)

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Which Compaq UPS is Right for You?


Determining the Required UPS Power Rating
The table below shows which UPS models can be used with the various Compaq server and storage system models.This will vary with actual configurations, type of peripherals also protected by the UPS, and amount of backup time required.The VA values shown on the adjacent chart are maximum values. For configurations involving multiple servers and/or additional critical storage/option products, simply add up the total VA of the equipment that will be plugged into the UPS and select the UPS model with a VA rating higher than the equipment load.To allow for future system growth, a good rule of thumb is that the computer load should be about 60% - 80% of the UPS VA capacity.
Input Input WATTS VA ProSignia1 486DX2/66 369 615 5/60 462 770 ProSignia VS1 308 513 ProSignia 2001 333 340 ProSignia 200 PII1 333 340 ProSignia 3001 308 513 ProSignia 5001 369 377 ProSignia 7201 296 302 ProSignia 7401 500 510 ProLiant 4001 310 316 ProLiant 800 Pentium Pro & PII models1 500 510 ProLiant 850R1 300 306 ProLiant 1000/1000R1 500 510 ProLiant 12001 500 510 ProLiant 1500/1500R1 500 510 ProLiant 1600/1600R1 500 510 ProLiant 1850R1 500 510 ProLiant 2000/2000R1 751 766 ProLiant 2500/2500R1 500 510 ProLiant 3000/3000R (Low voltage, N+1)2 780 796 ProLiant 3000/3000R (High voltage, N+1)2 1100 1122 ProLiant 4000/4000R (Low voltage, N+1)2 751 766 ProLiant 4000/4000R (High voltage, N+1)2 831 848 ProLiant 4500/4500R (Low voltage, N+1)2 751 766 ProLiant 4500/4500R (High voltage, N+1)2 831 848 ProLiant 5000/5000R (Low voltage, N+1)2 751 766 ProLiant 5000/5000R (High voltage, N+1)2 831 848 ProLiant 5500/5500R (Low voltage, N+1)2 780 796 ProLiant 5500/5500R (High voltage, N+1) 1100 1122 ProLiant 6000/6000R (Low voltage, N+1)*2 780 796 ProLiant 6000/6000R (High voltage, N+1)*2 1100 1122 ProLiant 6400R (Low & High Voltage, N+1)2 692 706 ProLiant 6500/6500R (Low voltage, N+1)2 780 796 ProLiant 6500/6500R (High voltage, N+1)2 1100 1122 ProLiant 7000/7000R (Low voltage, 2N+1)3 1560 1592 ProLiant 7000/7000R (High voltage, 2N+1)3 2200 2245 Remote Access Server 52081 333 340 Remote Access Server 54081 333 340 Remote Access Server 56011 500 510 *When PL 6000 is fully loaded with 4 processors & all 3 drv. cages are full, add 2nd power supply & double the numbers (same as PL 7000; 2N+1) SERVER STORAGE DLTR Array II1 DLT Tape Library Model 15/301 DLT Tape Library Model 20/401 DLT Tape Library Model 35/701 CD Storage System1 ProLiant Storage System1 ProLiant Storage System U1 ProLiant Storage System UE1 ProLiant Storage System F1 Fibre Channel Array1 SCSI Storage Expander1 Input WATTS 369 231 231 231 319 538 538 538 538 538 72 Input VA 615 385 385 385 532 549 549 549 549 549 120

WORKSTATION Professional Workstation 50001 Professional Workstation 51001 Professional Workstation 60001 Professional Workstation 80001 Professional Workstation AP2001 Professional Workstation AP4001 Professional Workstation AP5001 Professional Workstation SP7001 Professional Workstation XP10001

Input WATTS 369 500 480 643 308 310 540 540 615

Input VA 377 510 490 656 314 316 551 551 628

OTHER Compaq Flat Panel Monitor Rackmount (TFT 450R)1 14-or 15-inch Compaq Monitor1 4/8 Port Switch Box1 Fibre Channel Storage Hub 121 Fibre Channel Tape Controller1
1 2 3

Input WATTS 35 83 87 85 85

Input VA 58 138 145 142 142

VA Rating is calculated at maximum configuration of the system. VA Rating is calculated based on N+1 maximum configuration. VA Rating is calculated based on 2N+1 maximum configuration.

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Which Compaq UPS is Right for You?(continued)


Estimated Backup Time in Minutes
T700 - T2400, R1500 - R3000Load*
Load* T700 Series
T700 Series T1000

T1000 Series T1500 Series T2000 Series** T2400 Series** R1500 Series R3000 Series 67 57 50 36 32 27 23 20 15 13 11 8 7 187 160 140 124 112 93 80 56 50 45 38 32 30 21 19 17 14 11

300 VA 19 49 79 92 162 350 VA 16 30 67 79 139 400 VA 14 26 59 69 122 450 VA 12 23 43 58 108 500 VA 9 21 38 51 97 600 VA 7 16 32 36 81 700 VA 5 14 27 30 62 800 VA 12 24 26 54 900 VA 9 17 23 48 1000 VA 8 16 20 43 1200 VA 13 14 36 1400 VA 10 12 24 1500 VA 9 10 23 1800 VA 8 19 2000 VA 7 16 2200 VA 14 2400 VA 13 3000 VA *VA loads are estimates; size UPS according to total actual equipment configurations VA load. **Includes external battery cabinet.

R6000 Series
Load 1000 Watts 2000 Watts 3000 Watts 4000 Watts 5000 Watts 6000 Watts Standard Batteries 62 28 18 12 8 6 One Additional ERM 144 66 40 28 21 18 Two Additional ERMs 236 107 66 47 36 28

Extended Runtime Module This guide provides typical information. Battery times are approximate and may vary with equipment, configuration, disk access, battery use, temperature, etc.

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Worldwide Power Requirements


Worldwide Voltage
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220-230V/50Hz 100-127V/50-60Hz

Electrical Receptacles (North American, Latin America, and Japanese Models) (100127 VAC)

5-15R (200240 VAC)

5-20R

L5-30R

6-15R
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L6-20R

L6-30R

Compaq UPS Model Guide


Compaq Tower UPS Models
Model Number
T7002 T700j3 T1000 T1500 T1500j3 T2000 T2000j3

Part Number
295372-B21 295372-291 242688-001 242688-003 242688-293 242688-005 242688-295

Power Out (VA/Watt)


700/420 700/420 1000/670 1440/960 1440/960 1920/1400 1920/1400

Input Output Connection Connections


5-15P 5-15P 5-15P 5-15P 5-15P 5-20P 5-20P (4) 5-15R

Dimensions WxHxD

Weight

Low Voltage Models (100127 VAC; 60 Hz)1


4.6 x 6.4 x 14.8 in 22 lb/10 kg 11.68 x 16.26 x 37.6 cm (4) 5-15R 4.6 x 6.4 x 14.8 in 22 lb/10 kg 11.68 x 16.26 x 37.6 cm (6) 5-15R 7.0 x 8.8 x 17.1 in 43 lb/19.5 kg 17.78 x 22.35 x 44.43 cm (6) 5-15R 7.0 x 8.8 x 17.1 in 57 lb/25.85 kg 17.78 x 22.35 x 44.43 cm (6) 5-15R 7.0 x 8.8 x 17.1 in 57 lb/25.85 kg 17.78 x 22.35 x 44.43 cm (8) 5-15R 7.0 x 8.8 x 17.1 in 32 lb/14.5 kg 17.78 x 22.35 x 44.43 cm (8) 5-15R 7.0 x 8.8 x 17.1 in 32 lb/14.5 kg 17.78 x 22.35 x 44.43 cm

High Voltage Models (208240 VAC; 50/60 Hz)4


T700h T1000h T1500h T2400h T2400h-NA5 295372-B22 242688-002 242688-004 242688-006 242688-007 700/420 1000/670 1500/960 2300/1600 2300/1600 IEC-320 (10 A) (4) IEC-320 (10 A) IEC-320 (10 A) IEC-320 (10 A) IEC-320 (10 A) IEC-320 (10 A) 4.6 x 6.4 x 14.8 in 22 lb/10 kg 11.68 x 16.26 x 37.6 cm (6) IEC-320 (10 A) 7.0 x 8.8 x 17.1 in 43 lb/19.5 kg 17.78 x 22.35 x 44.43 cm (6) IEC-320 (10 A) 7.0 x 8.8 x 17.1 in 57 lb/25.85 kg 17.78 x 22.35 x 44.43 cm (9) IEC-320 (10 A) 7.0 x 8.8 x 17.1 in 34 lb/15.42 kg 17.78 x 22.35 x 44.43 cm (9) IEC-320 (10 A) 7.0 x 8.8 x 17.1 in 34 lb/15.42 kg 17.78 x 22.35 x 44.43 cm 7.0 x 8.8 x 17.1 in 47 lb/21.32 kg 17.78 x 22.35 x 44.43 cm 7.0 x 8.8 x 17.1 in 63 lb/28.58 kg 17.78 x 22.35 x 44.43 cm

Battery Boxes
(for T2000) (for T2400h) 48 VDC, 10 AHr 48 VDC, 17 AHr cord w/connector cord w/connector

1. User selectable for 100, 110, 120, or 127 VAC.With 100 or 110 VAC selected, unit can operate at 50 Hz. 2.T700 not configurable for 100 VAC. 3. Japanese, 100 volt model. 4. User selectable for 208, 220, 230, or 240 VAC.T700h not configurable for 208 VAC. 5. NA indicates North American high voltage model.

Compaq Rack-Mount UPS Models


Model Number
R1500 R1500j2 R3000 R3000j2

Part Number
242704-001 242704-291 242705-001 242705-291

Power Out Input Output (VA/Watt) Connection Connections


1440/960 1440/960 2880/2250 2880/2250 5-15P 5-15P L5-30P L6-30P (6) 5-15R (6) 5-15R (9) 5-15R & (1) L5-30R (9) 5-15R & (1) L6-30R (6) IEC-320 (10 A)

Dimensions WxHxD
19.0 x 3.5 x 17.5 in 48.26 x 8.89 x 44.5 cm 19.0 x 3.5 x 17.5 in 48.26 x 8.89 x 40.64 cm 19.0 x 5.25 x 22.3 in 48.26 x 13.34 x 56.64 cm 19.0 x 5.25 x 22.3 in 48.26 x 13.34 x 56.64 cm

Weight

Low Voltage Models (100127 VAC; 60 Hz)1


58 lb/26.31 kg 58 lb/26.31 kg 132 lb/59.87 kg 132 lb/59.87 kg

High Voltage Models (208240 VAC; 50/60 Hz)3


R1500h R3000h 242704-002 242705-002 1500/960 3000/2250 3000/2250 19.0 x 3.5 x 17.5 in 58 lb/26.31 kg 48.26 x 8.89 x 44.5 cm IEC-320 (16 A) (9) IEC-320 (10 A) & 19.0 x 5.25 x 22.3 in 132 lb/59.87 kg (1) IEC-320 (16 A) 48.26 x 13.34 x 56.64 cm IEC-320 (16 A) (9) IEC-320 (10 A) & 19.0 x 5.25 x 22.3 in 132 lb/59.87 kg (1) IEC-320 (16 A) 48.26 x 13.34 x 56.64 cm IEC-320 (10 A)

R3000h-NA4 242705-003

1. User selectable 100, 110, 120, or 127 VAC.With 100 or 110 VAC selected, unit can operate at 50 Hz. 2. Japanese, 100 volt model. 3. User selectable for 208, 220, 230, or 240 VAC. 4. h-NA indicates North American high voltage model.

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Compaq UPS Model Guide (continued)


Compaq R6000 UPS Models (200-240 VAC;50/60Hz)1
Model1 Number R6000a2 R6000i3 R6000j4 Part Power Out Number (VA/Watt) 347207-001 6000/6000 347207-B31 6000/6000 347207-291 6000/6000 Input Connection Hard-wired Hard-wired Hard-wired Output Connections (12) IEC320,10A (3) IEC320,16A (12) IEC320,10A (3) IEC320,16A (12) IEC320,10A (3) IEC320,16A Dimensions W*H*D 17.25 x 10.5 x 24.3 in. 43.8 x 26.7 x 61.7 cm. 17.25 x 10.5 x 24.3 in. 43.8 x 26.7 x 61.7 cm. 17.25 x 10.5 x 24.3 in. 43.8 x 26.7 x 61.7 cm. Weight 300 lb/136kg 300 lb/136kg 300 lb/136kg

1. User selectable for 200, 208, 220, 230, and 240 VAC. 2. a=North American 208 VAC default. 3. i=international 230 VAC default. 4. j=japanese 200 VAC default.

Compaq R6000 Extended Runtime Module


Part1 Number 347224-B21 Battery Voltage 360VDC Output Connections Custom DC Connector Dimensions W*H*D 17.25 x 5.25 x 24.3 in. 43.8 x 13.35 x 61.7 cm. Weight 150 lb/68 kg

1. Designed for use with the Compaq R6000 UPS

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Compaq UPS Technical Specifications T700 - T2400 Series, R1500 - R3000 Series
Electrical Input
Voltage 120 and 230 VAC nominal; see Model Selection Guide for user selectable voltages On Line Voltage Range -30%, +20% for nominal; user selectable extended range of -35%, +20% Nominal Input Frequency 50/60 Hz auto-selection (60 Hz only for 120 and 127 VAC) Frequency Tolerance Nominal 3 Hz

Environmental and Safety


Dimensions and Weight See Model Selection Guide Operating Temp 0C - 40C (32F - 104F) UL tested at 25C (77F) Storage Temp -20C - 60C (-4F -140F) Relative Humidity 5 to 95% non-condensing Operating Altitude Up to 3,000 meters above sea level EMC Markings FCC; low voltage models also VCCI; high voltage models also CE Emissions FCC Class B 700, 1000, 1500VA models; FCC Class A 2000, 2400, 3000VA models; high voltage models also CISPR Class A, EN50091-2, EN55022, and IEC6100-3-2 Surge Suppression Manufactured with surge suppressors that meet UL 1449 Safety Certifications UL 1778, CSA 22.2, No. 107.1; high voltage models also EN50091-1 and IEC60950 Safety Markings UL and CSA; 120 volt models also NOM*; high voltage models also CE,VDE, S*, FI*, N*, and D* (except models T700 and T700h) Immunity EN50091-2, IEC6100-4-2,3,4,5 and ANSI C62.41 Cat B (formerly IEEE 587) REPO Port Meets NEC code 645-11 intent and UL requirements

Electrical Output
Power Levels 700 to 3000 VA On Line Regulation -10%, +6%; within Computer Business Equipment Manufacturers Associations Guidelines (+10%; 15% using extended range) On Battery Regulation <5% RMS Voltage Wave Shape Sine wave, 3% THD (T700 and T700h models: quasi-sine wave) No Load Sleep Mode (Battery Mode) Outputs are turned off if <5% load is detected (selectable), except T700 Interconnecting Cords (high voltage models) Rack models: 6 ea. IEC-320 (10 A) Tower models: 2 ea. IEC-320 (10 A) Backup Time 15 minutes @ typical load Battery Charging <3 hrs. to 90% usable capacity Battery Type Sealed, maintenance-free lead-acid; starved electrolyte Start-On-Battery Startup with UPS batteries in absence of utility power

Indicators and Controls


Serial Communication Intelligent serial communication to provide alarms with history, measured parameters, self-test, and many other features REPO Port Remote Emergency Power Off; allows for shutdown of UPS (rack models only)

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Compaq UPS Technical Specifications R6000 Series


Electrical Input
Voltage 200, 208, 220, 230, & 240 Vac user-selectable; see Model Selection Guide for default voltage settings Voltage Range 20% of nominal voltage Extended Voltage 166 - 288V Range Frequency 50/60 Hz, 3 Hz (+5/-3 Hz with extended voltage range) Connection Hardwired Power Factor Approx. same as connected equipment Inrush Current < 250A for one cycle Online Efficiency 96% REPO Remote Emergency Power-Off disables AC power to load Extended Batter Recharge Time <10 hours to 80% usable capacity

Communications
Serial Ports (2) Serial communication ports for intelligent power management software and Compaq Option Cards Option Cards Multi-Server UPS Card & Scalable UPS Card for rear panel option slots User LEDs Normal Operation (green), On Battery (yellow), On Bypass (yellow), and Alarm (red) Front Panel Controls On button, Standby button, & Test/Reset/Alarm Silence button LCD Two-line LCD with three button control SNMP SNMP Ready Interconnecting Cords 12 foot communication cable supplied with UPS Power Bundled with UPS Management Software

Electrical Output
Power Out (VA/Watts) 6000/6000 Voltage Range (online) 10% of nominal voltage Voltage Range (on battery) 204 VAC 5% for 200 VAC and 208 VAC 230 VAC 5% for 220 VAC, 230 VAC and 240 VAC Wave Form Sine Wave Frequency Same as input (0.5% during battery operation) Receptacles (3) IEC-320, 16A and (12) IEC-320, 10A; divided into 5 load segments Interconnecting Cords (6) IEC320 cables (two 2 meter cables,two 2.5 meter cables and two 3 meter cables), and two 16 amp jumper cables supplied with UPS Max Current 29A at 208 Vac; 26A at 230 Vac; 30A at 200 Vac Output Protection Resettable circuit breakers Sleep Mode (User-Configurable) With < 5% load, UPS shuts down in 5 minutes while operating on battery; sleep mode is disabled as default from factory

Environmental and Safety


Operating Temperature 10C to 40C (25C for optimal performance) Transit Temperature -20C to 55C Storage Temperature 0C to 25C Humidity (Operation) 20 to 80% (non-condensing) Humidity (Non-operating) 5 to 95% Operating Altitude (Non-Operating) 0 to 10,000 feet Altitude 0 to 30,000 feet Audible Noise 55 dBA at 1 meter Safety Markings UL, CSA,VDE, NEMKO, FIMKO, DEMKO, SEMKO, NOM Safety Certifications UL1778; CSA22.2 No.107.1,No.107.2, No.950; CB Bulletin No.86AI; EN50091-1; EN60950; EMKOTSE207/95; NOM-019-SCFI-1993 EMC Markings FCC; CISPR;VCCI; CE Emissions FCC CFR 47, Part 15 Class A, EN50091-2 Immunity IEC 801-2, IEC 801-3, IEC 801-4, IEC 801-5 Surge Suppression Conforms to IEEE 587B and ANSI C62.41 REPO Port Meets NEC code 645-11 intent and UL requirements

Battery
Type Maintenance-free, sealed, valve regulated lead acid (VRLA), (28), 12 V 5 ah Extended Batteries Maximum of 2 Extended Runtime Modules Backup Time See Backup Times table Recharge Time <3 hours to 80% usable capacity; <48 hours for complete recharge
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Questions & Answers


What Are the Causes and Effects of Power Problems? Healthy Electricity
A typical sine wave form
Voltage Time

Healthy Electricity (sine wave)

Noise and Transients


Spikes Noise Voltage

High frequency impulses on sine wave Cause radio frequency on utility line Effects damage to logic circuitry and data files
Time

Spikes
Noise, Transients, and Spikes
Over Voltage (Surge) Normal Voltage Voltage Under Voltage (Sag or Brownout)

Extremely high voltage strikes to utility line Cause lightning, utility load switching Effects actual hardware damage, file corruption

Time

Fluctuation: Sags and Surges (Spikes lasting longer than one cycle)
Over and under voltage conditions Cause sudden startups of large loads, large load switching Effects slows disk drives intolerably, causing data errors; actual hardware damage

Fluctuation: Sags and Surges

Brownouts, Extended Sags


Affects Mainframe CPU Affects Personal Computers

Time

Brownouts, Extended Sags

Periods of low voltage on utility lines Cause voltage reduction by overburdened utilities, damage to electrical lines and other factors Effects causes intolerable voltage levels for circuitry and drive performance, damaging hardware or causing data errors

Voltage

Harmonic Distortion
Distortions in the current and voltage sine wave sent back by variable speed motor equipment Cause computers, fax equipment, copiers Effects actual hardware damage, interrupted communications
Harmonic Distortion

Blackouts Total Power Failures


Cause violent weather, overburdened power grids, car accidents that bring down power lines, earthquakes, etc. Effects hardware damage and data loss

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Questions & Answers


T700 - T2400, R1500 - R3000 Series Understanding UPS Configuration

In the Configure Mode, the LEDs allow factory-set defaults to be changed. A user may wish to alter these functions if the AC input consistently fluctuates higher or lower than the factory-set nominal input voltage. Other changeable functions include LEDs for extended voltage, shutdown delay, sleep mode, low battery, and AC input failure. In the Configure Mode, each LED represents a changeable function, with the control buttons responsible for enabling or disabling them (see illustration below).
#6 #7 #8 #9 Low Battery Alarm (ON) Shutdown Delay (ON) AC Input Failure Alarm (ON) Sleep Mode (ON) (defaulted OFF on T700)

#1* #2 #3 #4

120/230 VAC nominal (ON) 110/220 VAC nominal (OFF) 127/240 VAC nominal (OFF) Extended Voltage (OFF)

#11-14 Reserved for Future Use

#15 ON #5 Site Wiring Fault Alarm (ON) OFF When lit, LED #16 indicates that the selected LED (1-15) is ON. #10

Reset Default Settings

100/208 VAC nominal (OFF)

Self Test/Alarm Silencer

*LED #1: Indicates 100 volt mode on T700j LED #10: Not applicable for T700 models

Where can I find definitions of the setting and instructions on how to change the UPS configurations? In the Compaq UPS user manual. How do I get into configure mode? Press the ON and Self Test/Alarm Silencer button at the same time to switch to configure mode. Once in configure mode, use the ON button to scroll through the LEDs (LED will flash). Then, to turn on or off a particular LED, simply press the Self Test/Alarm Silencer button (while in configure mode).The light over the ON button will be green if the LED is on and no light will appear if the LED is off. Can I configure voltage settings via the front panel? Yes, the front panel is the only place you can configure voltages other than the default setting already programmed on the UPS. Refer to the above question on how to change these defaults.

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Questions & Answers


The UP, DOWN, LEFT, and RIGHT rocking button moves through the LCD menu

The ESCAPE button moves backward in the menu

The SELECT button traverses the LDC menu

The ON button places the UPS in Operate mode The STAND-BY button places the UPS in Stand-by mode (3-5 seconds)

The TEST/RESET ALARM Button

The front control panel includes six push buttons to operate the R6000.

What are the sub-menu configurations for the R6000?

MAIN MENU
STATUS

FIRMWARE VERSION

Control Board Communication Board


LOAD CONTROL

Receptacle Status On Battery On Bypass Load Power Off Normal Overload


METERS

Adjust Loads
DISPLAY TEST SYSTEM SETUP-PASSWORD

Input Volts Output Volts Input Frequency Output Frequency Battery Volts
ACTIVE ALARMS

Set Hardware Configuration Set Language Set Alarm Horn Set Password (default is COMPAQ) Set Sync Range +/- Hertz Comm Setup
SERIAL PORT 1

Input AC Over Voltage Input AC Over or Under Voltage Output Overload Inverter Fault Battery Low Utility not Present Battery Totally Discharged UPS On Battery Load Power Off
BATTERY DATA

Baud Rate Data Bits Stop Bits Parity


SERIAL PORT 2

Baud Rate Data Bits Stop Bits Parity Set Voltage Set Site Fault Set Sleep Mode

Battery Charge

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Questions & Answers


UPS Technology
What UPS technology is available with the Compaq UPS? The Compaq UPS utilizes a line-interactive plus topology which features sine wave output and superior input/output voltage regulation.This technology is inherently reliable and highly efficient.The Compaq UPS can correct input voltage variations as low as -35% of nominal voltage without transferring to the battery.This will ensure the battery is preserved and ready for the next power anomaly. Does the UPS have a transformer? Yes. Its function is to provide buck and boost regulation as well as provide isolation between the battery and the output. Can I change the line cord that is provided with the UPS? We strongly recommend, due to worldwide safety standards, that you do not remove or change the line cords provided with the UPS. Can I change the plug provided with the UPS? Yes, as long as the new plug is rated the same voltage and amperage as the provided plug.

T700-2400, R1500,3000 Only:


What does the ground fault indicator (LED # 5, front panel) tell me? This would indicate a possible wiring error in the outlet to the UPS, which should be checked by an electrician. In high voltage applications (240 V), however, this alarm is always on, even in a correctly wired installation. If this is the case, it should be disabled. When should I disable the SLEEP feature (LED # 9, front panel)? In lightly loaded applications that you wish to keep running (less than 5% load) the sleep feature should be disabled. All Compaq UPSs are shipped with sleep mode disabled. R6000 Series: Question: Because the R6000 has two communication ports, can you hook up two servers and map them to different load segments? Answer: Yes, you can map one server to COM port 1 and one server to COM port 2 with a configuration utility (available on the WEB as a download) and will be on CPM 1.6.The default is that all five load segments are mapped to each COM Port. It is recommended that you configure Load segments 1,2 & 3 to COM port 1 and Load segments 4 & 5 to COM port 2, this configuration must be done with the configuration software it is not a default. Question: When replacing batteries in the R6000 do you replace all the batteries at the same time or just that particular ERMs two battery trays? Answer: When replacing batteries for the R6000, the customer should only replace the two trays in that particular ERM.The exception is if you have the ERMs attached from the beginning and have used these for several years, it is advisable to replace all unless the service technician knows which set is bad.
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Compaq Power Management Products Glossary


Agent Load

A power management software program that acts as a focal point for data collection and configuration of a specific network entity (hardware or software). Agents send data to the power management software console.They are installed and run on each network system.
Battery Management Log

Equipment that receives power from a UPS.


Load Segments

Groups of receptacles on the rear panel of a UPS which can be independently controlled via power management software.
Load Shedding

A record of battery history maintained by the Compaq Power Management Software.


Circuit Breaker (CB)

The ability to divide the total load into segments and to start and stop each load segment individually.
Power Factor

A device for manually opening (breaking) or closing a circuit to interrupt or apply electric power to an electrical apparatus. A circuit breaker can also open a circuit automatically when it senses an overload.
Console

The software program that displays information and controls the system by communicating with agents.The console is used to configure communications port setup, alert handling, shutdown timing, restart delays, and regularly scheduled shutdowns.The console runs on the management station for the network.
Countdown Time

This is a number between 0 and 1 which represents the portion of the VA delivered to the AC load which actually delivers energy to the AC load.With some equipment such as motors or computers, AMPS flow into the equipment without being usefully converted to energy.This happens if the current is distorted (has harmonics) or if the current is not in phase with the voltage applied to the equipment. Computers draw harmonic currents which cause their power factor to be less than one. Motors draw out of phase or reactive currents that cause their power factor to be less than one.
Power Factor Corrected

The time in minutes after the end of wink time that the system waits before starting a shutdown sequence.This interval provides time to finish work and save files. Each minute, the user is informed of the time remaining until shutdown.
LEDs

Light Emitting Diodes located on the front of the UPS that inform users of various UPS operations.
Line-interactive

A UPS containing an off-line inverter that transfers on during a blackout, but providing faster transfer times than a standby UPS. Power conditioning and surge suppression are provided to protect the load.

A characteristic of many new computer power supplies. A power factor corrected supply draws low distortion current from the AC source, typically exhibits low crest factor, and has a power factor rating of approximately one. A non-power factor corrected supply draws highly distorted current and is sometimes referred to as a non linear load.The benefit of power factor corrected supplies is that they do not overheat building wiring or distort the AC source waveform. For this reason they are required in some countries where the IEC 555 standard has been enacted into law.

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Compaq Power Management Products Glossary


Shutdown Delay

The time in seconds from when the software begins to shut down your system until the power from the UPS shuts off.This interval allows the system to log off servers and users, terminate any applications that may be running, and close all files in the file system.The default value is 90 seconds.
Transformer

A device that raises or lowers the voltage of an alternating current of an electrical source.
UPS Group

Multiple nodes supported by a single UPS. The UPS with the serial communications cable is the UPS Group Controller; all others are UPS Group Members.With regard to Compaq Power Management Software, this feature maximizes network control and saves money.
Wink Time

The interval between an alert situation and the transmission of an alert message from the system to the user.The interval can be extended to reduce nuisance messages or shortened to reduce reliance on the battery. The default is 5 seconds.

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Competitive Analysis
FEATURE COMPAQ R6000 APC SmartUPS TRIPP LITE 5000RM DATA CENTER

Independently Controlled Load Segments: s Five individual load segments can be sequentially powered down, extending runtime for more critical servers, or powered up, ensuring correct, orderly startup such as servers before workstations. Back Panel Configuration Includes Two Option Slots s Scalable UPS Card enables up to 3 UPSs to be s connected to one group of devices which provides power scalability and field upgradeability. Multi-Server Card can serially connect up to three s network devices to a single UPS. Two Serially Communication Ports s Allows use of two option cards simultaneously working together (Data Center includes four). Hot Swappable Batteries s Batteries can be swapped out, even while the protected system is still up and running. Warranty 3-Year on-site limited warranty s Included on Compaqs Pre-Failure Warranty s $25,000 Computer Load Protection Guarantee s Power Management Software Bundle for all s popular platforms The Compaq R6000 comes bundled with Compaq Power Management Software (Compaq Insight Manager Snap-in Utility) and LanSafe III/FailSafe III which supports all popular platforms. APC requires customers using platforms not included in their bundle, such as Novell or UNIX software, to purchase a separate package. Tripp Lite does not include a Compaq Insight Manager Snap-in. Unity rated UPS (VA = Watts) s Compaq R6000 UPS can support up to 2300 6kVA/ more watts than competitive UPSs. 6kW Rack-Mountable s Extended Runtime Modules s Battery packs provide additional back-up time LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) s Provides comprehensive monitoring and configuration control in seven languages. Flash Upgradeability s Allows in-field product enhancements.

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5kVA/ 3.75kW s

5kVA/ 3.7kW s

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