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Ups

This was originally posted on APC forums on 11/21/2008


1. Hi 800 SQ Home UPS Running On Battary mode comes distrub sound Fan and Tubes why did not Run silant how solve tha problem ?

2. Input AC volts 260 Out put is same On home ups why do not control the volts .
input volts is 120 to 270 give output is stabil 230 volts only .pls solve this probles.

some areas have 270 volts Current. Ex: midnight Fan Running 270 Volts Power mode. Fan regulator is 1No.
Power is gon comes to Battery mode is Runs to 220 volts Fan Regulator Move to 5 No. how many times to control the Fan Regulator in Midnight.

whats the meanig of Home UPS ? is a only battery charger .

3. Home ups whyu did not Full charge 150 AH Battery

Why did not available 3 hrs Backup in 500 VA UPS model {for one system.}

What is the used 1000 va and 1500 va its run only 30 min for one system. and Not Runs Laser Printer.

APC Means All Problems Clear or not. Try to best result.

Pls Maintain the Best quality And Best Service.

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BillP
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Re: Ups

This reply was originally posted by Angela on APC forums on 11/21/2008


hi,

let us try to answer some of your questions if I understand them correctly.

1.) You have a noisy fan? Which model UPS is this? The battery comes on when the UPS is on battery, the internal temperature is high, when the load is high, and when the UPS is charging. If you have a noisy a fan, you can make sure theres nothing stuck in it or we'd have to see if its a noisy bearing or something.

2.) I am not sure what you are talking about. Home office types of UPSs are not that beefy since they are meant to support small loads.

3.) Home and Office UPSs have very small battery chargers designed to charge the batteries they come with - such as 7AH batteries. It is not supported to use a third party battery and they are not designed to do so. Home Office UPSs do not support 3 hours of runtime because it'd be very expensive and the batteries would be huge compared to the UPS size.

Laser printers draw a lot of power upon warming up, it can overload a UPS of 1000 or even 1500VA just because of the huge power draw. It is not recommend to plug a laser printer into a UPS because of this reason.

Hope this helps!

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Re: Ups

This reply was originally posted by Angela on APC forums on 11/21/2008


hi,

let us try to answer some of your questions if I understand them correctly.

1.) You have a noisy fan? Which model UPS is this? The battery comes on when the UPS is on battery, the internal temperature is high, when the load is high, and when the UPS is charging. If you have a noisy a fan, you can make sure theres nothing stuck in it or we'd have to see if its a noisy bearing or something.

2.) I am not sure what you are talking about. Home office types of UPSs are not that beefy since they are meant to support small loads.

3.) Home and Office UPSs have very small battery chargers designed to charge the batteries they come with - such as 7AH batteries. It is not supported to use a third party battery and they are not designed to do so. Home Office UPSs do not support 3 hours of runtime because it'd be very expensive and the batteries would be huge compared to the UPS size.

Laser printers draw a lot of power upon warming up, it can overload a UPS of 1000 or even 1500VA just because of the huge power draw. It is not recommend to plug a laser printer into a UPS because of this reason.

Hope this helps!