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|07-17-2018 09:33 AM|
|iepure64||I'm back! So, the spark was normal,finally i have connected the batteries to the UPS and works as new! The software reports 100% charged DC batteries.|
|07-17-2018 03:11 AM|
|iepure64||Ok. It may be possible about the batteries,to not have the same charged value but,i think it is not the case, it is a quality brand and they came very well packed, i don't go for any product unless i am sure about it so this is out of question.I don't think that anyone sells redundant products,about UPS batteries,i might guess they update their warehouse with fresh products as i am seeing to this cells, very good stored condition...so, what can i do to just make the UPS work again?|
|07-17-2018 02:55 AM|
If its sparking its because the current is flowing some where. I wouldnt trust brand new batterys to all be at the same charge. Your going to have some that sat longer then others so all the current is going to flow there and cause a spark.
Sparking is normal tho, You just want to minimise it as much as you can.
|07-17-2018 02:18 AM|
|iepure64||No... it fired a spark again this time doing with BLACK - as the last wire. How can i go right now... knowing that both wires drops sparking...?|
|07-17-2018 01:48 AM|
|iepure64||Ok. First, thank you for taking the time to reply me.The batteries are the same brand each other, but same voltage and ampere specification like the batteries that worn out.I just unboxed them this morning,so i think they are charged brand new batteries.So it left me to try out your variant, to connect BLACK - as the last wire, but i think i must do a fast and firm connection to prevent sparking again?|
|07-17-2018 01:38 AM|
Dont know if its the correct answer, Iv got 12X 12V9AH.
Just in the notes it had make sure all batterys are of the same ammount of charge to prevent a spark and obvously UPS turned off and unplugged from everything.
I connected black wire last since thats what we do with car batterys. Was a very small spark still when I connected the last wire.
|07-17-2018 01:30 AM|
Ok... time has come to replace worn out UPS batteries.Wich wire, RED + or BLACK - should be connected as the last wire? After connecting the batteries in series (4 x 12v9Ah), two wires are left to connect, ones that feeds the UPS board RED + and BLACK -. I just connected the RED one as the last wire, and just fired me a considerably spark on the terminal.What is the correct procedure on this task ?
|07-17-2018 12:58 AM|
|iepure64||Ok... time has come to replace worn out UPS batteries.Wich wire, RED + or BLACK - should be connected as the last wire? After connecting the batteries in series (4 x 12v9Ah), two wires are left to connect, ones that feeds the UPS board RED + and BLACK -. I just connected the RED one as the last wire, and just fired me a considerably spark on the terminal.What is the correct procedure on this task ?|
|07-14-2017 09:58 AM|
Just got this for $120 CAD (Amazon PRIME Sales!) https://www.cyberpowersystems.com/product/ups/cp1000pfclcd/
For my rig in my signature, mostly need it PLEX idle mode consume about 100-120watts. It was able to last 22min until power is back on and if it is not, it goes hibernate mode at 7% battery level (you need to plug the USB from the UPS to your desktop to adjust when on battery hibernate at 7%).
When the main rig is hibernate it consumes about 30 watts including my router and modem.
Till power if back on, I connect remotely command WOL on my computer and voila, PLEX is back online!
This is my old X79 rig overclocked and able to run low power and high power when application demands it! Very smart setup. c: secret sauce for a 6 cores system at 130w CPU.
Maybe in the future I will get the newest Intel would run even lower power.
|04-18-2017 09:16 AM|
Awesome, thank you. I´ll research some more about available models of Eaton around here.
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