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APC by Schneider Electric web site, list.nordpleyada.ru Wiring and Connecting the UPS SUPPLIED POWERCHUTE SOFTWARE, OPTIONAL SMART SLOT.


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The Dry Contact I/O SmartSlot Card works with most APC by Schneider Hospital-grade wiring devices and leakage current protection may be ordered as​.


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The Dry Contact I/O SmartSlot Card works with most APC by Schneider. Electric UPS devices to Normally Open or Normally Closed by wiring the contact to.


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In this teardown, we will take a look at an APC Smart-UPS VA (​SUARMI2U). The first one is a serial port with a proprietary pinout. This UPS came equipped with an ethernet expansion card in its SmartSlot.


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Pinout of APC Smart UPS interface port and layout of 9 pin D-SUB male connectormay be used for building your own cable.


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Planning and Setup for SNMP Wiring; Planning and Setup for SNMP Configuration apcupsd supports nearly every APC brand UPS model in existence and an alternative for SNMP available on APC's AP family of smart slot modules.


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This component is connected to both input lines. It uses a 16MHz crystal next to it for its clock signal. These are probably not for powering the low voltage electronics as the traces coming from these transformers are too small to carry any significant current. The board also came with a 3. In addition to the main transformer, there are two smaller transformers soldered directly on the main PCB. These is a cutout on the right side in which the permanently mounted control panel sits. The four-way C14 AC-out connector is mounted next to the reset switch. There is room on the PCB for a second inductor for the other input line. Then, the voltage is rectified by single diode and with a capacitor to smooth the output.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Next to the RJ connector are some empty pads. The main PCB has multiple relays mounted in the high voltage section. This is an automatic overload protector, independent from the any overload protection on the main PCB. This particular unit comes in the form of a 19 inch U2 rack mount case. This relay switches both input lines and is the black component on the image below. The serial port is mounted in the high power section so the connector can stick through the back panel. Its part number is 87C51FB1. The thick copper wire going through the middle of the transformer is connected in series with the large yellow 2. The serial port itself has a proprietary pinout. The back panel is a separate piece of metal, as the connectors on this panel differ around the world. Sparks will form across these gaps from the data line to the ground plane of the board. The front panel gives access to the batteries and the connector with which the battery pack is connected to the device itself. Also note the neat routing of the address and data traces under the missing flash chip. This transformers primary side is connected in series with one of the output lines. The microcontroller uses the 24MHz crystal to generate its clock signal. It has a value of 2. You'll typically find these devices connected to servers to prevent data loss. Next to that sits a mounting bracket, used to attach the PCB to the back panel. For more information on spark gaps, watch EEVblog video The power for the components on this board is regulated by three individual regulator chips. In addition to the power in and power out enable relays, there are two additional relays placed on the main PCB. In addition to the power connection, the back panel exposes two data ports. It was permanently connected to the main PCB by a flat flex cable. On the left side of the output connector are three X and Y rated capacitors. This panel is attached to the frame of the device by multiple screws. Then the input is filtered again by a 1. Next to the AC-in connector sits an overload protection reset switch. There is another version of this board that does have them all populated. This part absorbs transient and surge currents. There are also two carbon pads for the on and off buttons. In these few minutes, the server can shut down safely without data loss. Instead there is a spade connector, not intended to plug anything onto, but to provide a solid link. Then there is yet another, this time blue, capacitor over the input lines. After that, the input is filtered by a common mode choke Z. I could not find any datasheets or other resources on this particular chip. The control panel is very limited. There is also a slot for expansion cards called SmartSlot and a button the set the device's sensitivity for voltage distortions with an accompanying LED to indicate the sensitivity. The main PCB is the most complex and therefore the most interesting part of this device. The used windings can be changed to correct for lower or higher mains voltages. Next to the serial connector are the button and LED for sensitivity settings. This card exposes a single RJ etherenet connector, a 2. There is a single C13 AC-in connector for mains in. And as we'll later see, there is a small transformer further down the main PCB providing power the the chips on the main PCB. These pads form so called spark gaps. Then there are the following LEDs listed left to right, top to bottom :. This microcontroller is based on the Intel MCS microcontroller architecture. There is a sticker on the back side of the case that warns users that it weighs more than 18Kgs. I think this transformer is used to read the current going into the main transformer, but I am not entirely sure. These gaps protect the data lines from large voltage spikes. The 24 volt is then stepped down to 5 volt to supply all the chips on the main board with power. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}An UPS is a device that protects other devices from mains power failures by temporarily providing power from its batteries. The main PCB has its own power supply for all the chips mounted on this board. The five LEDs on the left of the control panel indicate the current load on the device how much power is drawn. This board takes care of the power distribution and battery management. This means it is not compatible with any standard RS connectors found on PCs or servers. The outputs of these transformers are used to measure the voltage level of the high power side. This part is marked Z, which is an APC specific part number. The connected devices then have about 5 to 10 minutes to shut down. The designers probably chose for a three pin connector so that the input and output can not be mixed up during assembly of the device. There is a power line going to the serial port connector. As you may have noticed in the above image, there are some small triangular exposed copper pads. The mains input enters the board through the white two pin connector behind the yellow filter capacitor. Essentially, these devices are just battery packs that wait for the mains power to fail. One of the input lines is then filtered by a inductor, the other is not. The board itself does not contain much exiting components. The first one is a serial port with a proprietary pinout. These relays determine which windings of the main transformer are used. This time depends on the size of the battery of the UPS and the current drawn by the connected devices. Two of the three pins of that connector are connected together. The second data connector is an USB-B port. These devices come in a variety of different shapes and sizes. A Omron G2RE relay is mounted on the right side of the output connector. I will not be able to explain exactly how this UPS works. This expansion card is based on an APC branded chip. This relay is used to switch the output on and off. The input is then filtered by a 1. Put that way, it sounds like they are quite simple to design, but there is a lot more going on in these kind of devices. The part number of this chip is Z. When mains power fails, the server receives a signal that a power failure occurred. The front panel is made out of a single piece of plastic. On the right side of that relay sits the second current transformer A-Z. It has a single USB-B connector. The case is decently built, as it needs to support more than 18Kgs of batteries and other components. The five LEDs on the right of the device indicate the charge level of the battery pack. The mains output to the back panel of the device is connected to a three pin connector, close to the input connector. It protects the device from large voltage spikes. This panel pops off very easily when pulled back by the tabs on both sides. A current transformer is visible next to that relay. Lets see what goes into making these devices work! The microcontroller on this main PCB is manufactured by Intel.