Emerson Network Power® MPH2™ Rack PDU User Manual MPH2™Managed Rack Power Distribution 2.96A RX MPH2 121.
TABLE OF CONTENTS IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 SAFETY SYMBOLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 1.0 INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 1.1 General Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FIGURES Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3 Figure 4 Figure 5 Figure 6 Figure 7 Figure 8 Figure 9 Figure 10 Figure 11 Figure 12 Figure 13 Figure 14 Figure 15 Figure 16 Figure 17 Figure 18 Figure 19 Figure 20 Figure 21 Figure 22 Figure 23 Figure 24 Figure 25 Figure 26 Figure 27 Figure 28 Figure 29 Figure 30 Vertical MPH2 rack PDU Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 MPH2 major monitoring and management features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Important Safety Instructions IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS This safety sheet contains important safety instructions. Read all safety, installation and operating instructions before installing the Emerson Network Power MPH2 rack power distribution unit (PDU). Adhere to all warnings on the unit and in this safety sheet. Follow all operating and user instructions. • The MPH2 rack PDU is designed for information technology equipment.
Important Safety Instructions ! CAUTION All configuration steps must be completed before attempting to start equipment connected to the MPH2 rack PDU. EUROPEAN UNION Notice to European Union Customers: Disposal of Old Appliances This product uses components that are dangerous for the environment, such as electronic cards and other electronic components. Any component that is removed must be taken to specialized collection and disposal centers.
Safety Symbols SAFETY SYMBOLS The following symbols may appear within the documentation or on the product. Symbol Meaning High Temperature Alerts the user where the enclosure temperature may exceed 158°F (70°C) while operating under high-ambient temperature and at maximally rated load. Instructions Signifies the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
Introduction 1.0 INTRODUCTION The Emerson Network Power® MPH2™ is the most intelligent, high-availability line of managed rack PDU’s. It offers remote monitoring and control capabilities as well as environmental sensors with multiple power input selections and output configurations. Metering Levels Four types of MPH2 are available that offer metering of all electrical information including input, branch and outlet levels, as well as integration with environmental sensors.
Introduction Figure 1 Vertical MPH2 rack PDU Configuration Vertical MPH2 rack PDU Connected Equipment Monitoring Station Network Connection (10MB/100M B/1GB) RPC™ Basic Display Module Rack PDU Array™ Serial Appliance 1.1 Sensors Integrated and Modular General Characteristics • Input ampacities include 16A or 32A for European Union versions and 16A to 48A for North American versions. • Single-phase and three-phase. • Input voltages include 100-120VAC, 120/208VAC, 200-240/415VAC.
Introduction 1.3 Appearance and Components 1.3.1 Controls and Indicators—RPC2™ The MPH2 rack PDU is monitored and managed by the factory-installed RPC2 communications module. This manual presents information about the MPH2’s functions and features. For details on operating the MPH2 through the RPC2 communications module, refer to the RPC2 user manual, SL-20841. The document is available at Emerson’s Web site: http://www.emersonnetworkpower.com The RPC2 is installed near the middle of the MPH2 rack PDU.
Introduction Figure 3 MPH2 LCD and LED’s Onboard LCD MPH2™Managed Rack Power Distribution 2.96A RX MPH2 121.1V 1.3.4 L2 L3 2kWh 359W i 1 Left Arrow Key L1 Line Input Status LED’s Select Key TX Right Arrow Key Power Components The component location and type depend on the model of the MPH2 rack PDU. For example, units with a “B” as the fourth character in the model name do not have LED’s at their outlets; see Figures 4, 5, 6 and 7.
Introduction Branch Overcurrent Protection Models having more than 16A input current rating are equipped with branch overcurrent protection. This protects each outlet group against overload and short circuit. The branch circuit breaker is a UL 489-listed breaker with a flush-mount, rocker-style actuator. The circuit breaker interrupts the fault current flowing in the line-to-line, line-to-neutral and line-to-PE conductors of the branch circuits.
Installation 2.0 INSTALLATION An MPH2 rack PDU can be installed in an Emerson rack on the frame members using field-supplied hardware. The unit can be installed on the face or the side of frame members. The unit can be mounted so that the power cord exits either the top or bottom of the rack. NOTE Follow all local and national electrical codes, standards and recommended practices.
Installation 2.1 Attaching Input Power Cords—Hard-Wired Models Only MPH2’s with integral power cords need no assembly before installation. Units with hard-wired input power require attachment of input power cords. See Table 1 for wire sizing. Hard-wired models may be wired with or without conduit. 2.1.1 Attaching Input Power Cords Without Conduit 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Figure 7 Remove the end cap. It is held in place with two T10 Torx screws. Slide the terminal block cover off.
Installation 2.1.2 Attaching Input Power Cords With Conduit 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Figure 8 Remove the end cap. It is held in place with two T10 Torx screws. Slide the terminal block cover off. Remove the cable clamp assembly. It is held in place with four nuts (see Figure 7). Strip the insulation from the individual wires as required to fit into the terminal block. Recommended stripping length for MPH2 units rated less than 32A is 9mm; for MPH2’s rated or higher, 11mm.
Installation Table 1 Hard-wired models—Connection terminal ratings MPH2 Rating ≤32A >32A Conductor Cross-Section Solid, Minimum 0.2mm 0.5mm² Conductor Cross-Section Solid, Maximum 6mm² 16mm² Conductor Cross-Section Stranded, Minimum 0.2mm² 0.5mm² Conductor Cross-Section Stranded, Maximum 4mm² 10mm² Conductor Cross-Section, AWG/kcmil, Minimum 24 20 Conductor Cross-Section, AWG/kcmil, Maximum 10 6 Conductor Cross-Section Stranded, With Ferrule Without Plastic Sleeve, Minimum 0.25mm² 0.
Installation 2.3 Installing an MPH2 in an Emerson® Rack 2.3.1 Mounting Hardware and Tools Required Factory-Supplied • Two brackets • Mounting buttons Field-Supplied • Spring nuts (supplied with Emerson rack) • Phillips #2 screwdriver Determine where in the Emerson rack the PDU will be installed and follow the instructions below. Installation requires attaching two brackets to the PDU, inserting four spring nuts into the rack and using the brackets to attach the PDU to the rack.
Installation 2.3.2 Safety Earth Ground Connection Ensure that the safety earth connection is made before any equipment is connected to Emerson’s MPH2 rack PDU. Units with factory-attached input power cords have an internal grounding conductor. The ground wire establishes the same ground reference between the MPH2 rack PDU and the rack. The ground-wire and hardware are available as an option from Emerson.
Installation 2.3.3 Recommended Electrical Backup Protection A field-provided external circuit breaker must be installed upstream of the MPH2 rack PDU. The circuit breaker must be sized according to the input rating of the PDU. The circuit breaker rating must meet the values in Table 3. The external circuit breaker serves as the primary input power disconnect for the MPH2.
Installation 2.4 Connecting Rack Equipment NOTE Circuit breakers on Emerson’s MPH2 rack PDU are opened at the factory. The open circuit breakers help protect against damage to the connected load from high inrush current when input power is connected. The circuit breakers must be closed before the unit will supply power to the connected load. Do not close the breakers until after all rack equipment is connected to the MPH2 rack PDU.
Installation 2.5 Installing Optional Items The following items may be added to an MPH2 rack PDU system but are not required. • RPC Basic Display Module • Liebert® SN temperature/humidity sensors 2.5.1 RPC Basic Display Module The RPC Basic Display Module (BDM) provides local display of parametric data, including electrical status, temperature and humidity for all connected MPH2 rack PDU’s. Display information is accessed via a navigation switch on the BDM.
Installation To install an RPC BDM in a rack: 1. Determine the mounting location. 2. Insert a spring nut into a T-slot on the frame member where the RPC BDM will be installed. Figure 14 Inserting the spring nut into a T-slot Insert a spring nut into a T-slot... ... then flip it so that it is square in the slot 3. Insert the MPH2 rack PDU screw into the spacer sleeve. 4. Insert the MPH2 rack PDU screw into the spring nut and tighten securely with a flat-head screwdriver. 5.
Operation 3.0 OPERATION Emerson’s MPH2 rack PDU may be monitored and managed by the factory-installed RPC2 communications module. This manual presents information about the MPH2’s functions and features. Refer to the RPC2 user manual, SL-20841, for details on using the RPC2 communications module to monitor and manage the MPH2. The document shipped with the MPH2 rack PDU and is available at Liebert’s Web site, http://www.emersonnetworkpower.
Operation 3.1.1 Getting Information Through the Onboard LCD The MPH2’s main screen is displayed when the rack PDU is first powered up; see Figure 3. The onboard LCD returns to the main screen from any other view after 5 minutes of inactivity (no keys being pressed). The Left and Right arrow keys below the onboard LCD move the cursor across the bottom of the screen. When the cursor is over the desired symbol, press the Select key to display information about that portion of the MPH2.
Operation 3.1.2 Adjusting the Onboard LCD’s Contrast The onboard LCD is factory-set to be easily viewed in lighting conditions found in most work places. The contrast can be changed. To change the contrast: 1. Press any key to activate the LCD. 2. Press either the Right or Left arrow key to highlight the contrast icon, a circle half dark and half white. 3. Press the Select key. 4. Use the Right or Left arrow key to highlight the Up or Down contrast icon (each is an arrow).
Operation 3.1.3 Adjusting the Onboard LCD’s Orientation The onboard LCD may be flipped for viewing ease. To flip the screen: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Press any key to activate the LCD. Press either the Right or Left arrow key to highlight the information icon (i). Press the Select key. Use the Right or Left arrow key to highlight the orientation icon . Press Select to the flip the screen’s orientation. NOTE The same steps apply to the RPC BDM. Figure 18 Flip LCD Model: MPHM3141 S/N: 4FEB030033 MPHM3 FW Ver: 0.4.
Operation 3.1.5 Determine IP or MAC Address 1. Use the Left or Right arrow key to move the cursor to the information icon (the letter i) in the lower right corner. 2. Press the Select key. 3. Use an arrow key to scroll to the Network icon . 4. Press the Select key. The onboard LCD will display the MPH2 rack PDU’s IP address and MAC address as shown in Figure 20. Figure 20 IP address in MPH2 Onboard LCD MPH2 IP Address MPH2 MAC Address Firmware version installed on RPC2 3.1.6 IP: 162.1.30.
Operation 3.1.7 View Active Alarms 1. Use the Left or Right arrow key to move the cursor to the information icon (the letter i on a black box) in the lower right corner. 2. Press the Select key. 3. Use the Left or Right arrow key to scroll to the Alarm icon, a large exclamation point. Figure 22 Alarm icon 2.96A MPH2 121.1V 359W 2kWh !i 1 Alarm Indication 4. Press the Select key. The onboard LCD will display a list of active alarms on the MPH2 rack PDU as shown in Figure 23. 5.
Operation 3.1.8 View Branch Level Information 1. Use the Left or Right arrow key to move the cursor to the information icon (the letter i on a black box) in the lower right corner. 2. Press the Select key. 3. Use the Left or Right arrow key to scroll to the letter of the branch to be viewed. 4. Press the Select key. The onboard LCD will display information about the selected branch of the MPH2 rack PDU as shown in Figure 24. Figure 24 Branch level information screen Branch Level Indicator 1.
Operation 3.1.10 View Sensor List 1. Use the Left or Right arrow key to move the cursor to the outlet icon in the lower right corner of the screen. 2. Press the Select key. The onboard LCD will display a list of the sensors as shown in Figure 26. The sensors will be listed in order of their identification number.
Operation Figure 28 Configuration in progress screen The onboard LCD will shift to the main menu during a configuration update. The keys below the LCD will be inoperable during the update. A MPH2 --V --W --kWh i 3.1.12 Opening and Closing Circuit Breakers MPH2 rack PDU feature circuit breakers to protect either branches or individual outlets, depending on the model. Low-profile circuit breakers are used on all MPH2 rack PDU’s with two or three branch circuits.
Operation 3.1.13 Silence an Alarm To silence an audible alarm, press any of the three navigation keys below the LCD. Figure 30 Silence an alarm IP: 10.301.36.28 MAC ID: 00:00:40:86:68:70 1 Press any of the navigation keys momentarily to silence an audible alarm. 5.0 - Troubleshooting tells how the LED interface signifies events and alarms.
Emerson® MPH2 Rack PDU Specifications 4.0 EMERSON® MPH2 RACK PDU SPECIFICATIONS Input Power Configurations; Vary by Model and Region Single-Phase Input; CE-Mark 240VAC, 16A; also UL-listed 3.7kW 230V, 32A 7.3kW 230/400V, 16A 11kW 230/400V, 32A 22kW 120VAC 16A 1.9kW 120VAC 24A 2.9kW 208VAC 24A 4.9kW 120/208VAC, 24A 8.6kW 120/208VAC, 40A 14.4kW 120/208VAC 48A; 240/415VAC, 24A 17.
Troubleshooting 5.0 TROUBLESHOOTING LED Indication (One or All LED’s) Color State/Flash Speed Audible Alarm Green Fast Green Off Condition Status/Recommended Action — Receptacle Identification Remote user is requesting outlet identification. The LED should stop flashing after 10 seconds. Steady On — Input Voltage Supported Receptacle Powered On Normal Operation NA — Voltage Off Check power source and input plug’s receptacle wiring. Check receptacle power control settings.
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