Quick start guide for QUINT UPS-IQ and UPS-CONF

Quick start guide
for QUINT UPS-IQ uninterruptible power supply
and UPS-CONF configuration and management software
1 Hardware installation
Complete the following work steps to wire the hardware.
1.1. Connect the 24V output of the
QUINT POWER power supply unit
to the 24V UPS input.
1.2. Wire the I>IN signal contact.
1.3. Connect the load to the UPS output.
1.4. Connect the battery cable. Check
the cable cross section in the
respective package slip.
1.5. Plug in the enclosed fuse. After
connecting the mains the hardware
is now fully functional.
(The fuse should be removed if storing
the battery for a long time).
1.6. If the UPS-CONF software is
to be used, connect the
2 Software installation
Installation on Windows XP:
As soon as the driver installation wizard
opens, please proceed as follows
After you have completed the download from
www.phoenixcontact.net/catalog, open the
installation file by double-clicking and following
the instructions.
2.1. Select "No, not this time" and click "Next".
2.2. Choose "Install software automatically"
and then click "Next".
2.3. Following successful installation,
confirm with "Done".
3 Brief instructions to UPS-CONF
System menu
Here you find information on basic settings and manufacturer information.
You can adjust the following
software settings:
• Language setting, changes take
place once the software is
restarted (German, English)
• Select temperature unit
(Celsius, Kelvin, Fahrenheit)
• Check the communication port
data cable and change if
necessary (COM x)
• Advanced views active: extensive
information about the UPS and
the battery unit appear in the
Device information
Here you find the UPS device
type. Optionally, you
can insert text under
"Settings/Advanced/Place of
Software menu with
navigation bar
Intelligent battery management
Note: fully functional only once the battery
is fully charged.
SOC (State Of Charge) – current charging
state and remaining back-up time of the
battery unit.
SOH (State Of Health) – remaining life
expectancy of the battery unit; provides early
warning for a potential battery unit failure.
SOF (State Of Function) – determines the
current performance of the battery unit.
Status bar
The current status of all components
provides a quick overview.
Action area
The content depends on the navigation.
The system overview is mapped as an
example. Modules, voltages and signals are
identified and currently displayed.
4 PC mode: Time settings for shutting down the PC/IPC
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In the "PC Mode" setting on the UPS
potentiometer, the UPS functionality follows a
chronological sequence that can be parameterized
via software, and is thus individually customized to
the respective application.
Menu: Settings/Time setting
2 Program startup
After the delay time has expired it is possible to
start a program. Example: a software starts that
gradually backs up system data.
3 PC shutdown
The time required by the PC/IPC to shut down
is set here.
4 PC restart delay
Only if the PC/IPC is shut down, and the mains
has returned in the meantime, the output voltage
will be interrupted for the reset time. The
PC/IPC is then automatically restarted.
This information serves to support the user and
does not exclude an independent inspection, especially
in view of the suitability in individual cases. It is the
­responsibility of the reader to check the current
­standards in content and in reference to the validity
for the task.
Please follow the safety notes in the packaging
inserts of the devices.
(Order No. 2320500) is installed
• Software UPS-CONF (Order No. 2320403)
is installed, a free download from the E-shop
• Signal cable for data exchange between UPS
and battery unit is installed
1 Shutdown delay
Delay time is calculated automatically from
the current remaining battery life minus the
time required by the PC / IPC to shut-down.
Alternatively, a fixed delay time may be chosen.
Important note!
Further details about the hardware and software can
be found at www.phoenixcontact.net/catalog.
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