1) On/Off Button
Button that controls power to the UPS and initiates the self-test function.
- Press the On/Off button to turn on the UPS.
- Press the On/Off button again to turn off the UPS.
The UPS performs a self-test for about 5 seconds when the UPS is turned on.
2) Fault/Warning (Red) LED
Indicates that a fault or warning condition is present.
- A flashing red LED indicates that a Site Wiring Fault exists.
- A solid illuminating red LED indicates that an internal UPS fault exists or that the battery should be replaced.
3) Surge Protection Outlets
Output receptacles that provide surge and spike protection only.
- 350 VA and 550 VA models have four 5-15R surge protection outlets.
- 750 VA model has five 5-15R surge protection outlets.
4) Battery Backup and Surge Protection Outlets
Output receptacles that provide both backup and surge protection.
- 350 VA and 550 VA models have four 5-15R backup and surge protection outlets.
- 750 VA model has five 5-15R backup and surge protection outlets.
5) Modem/Phone/DSL/Fax Surge Protection Ports
A modem or Ethernet data line can be protected against surges by connecting it through the UPS. Connect the device cable between the wall outlet and the UPS and use a similar cable between the UPS and the device.
6) USB Communication Port (550 VA and 750 VA models only)
The built-in USB port connects to your computer (with the provided USB cable). The Personal Solution-Pac monitoring and shutdown software can be configured to automatically save your files and shut down your computer in the event of a prolonged power outage. When using the USB port, your computer can receive the status of the utility power line and utility power failure, as well as tell you if you are on battery or have low battery power.
7) Circuit Breaker (resettable)
The circuit breaker button protrudes when an overload condition occurs. If the button is protruding, disconnect some of the non-essential equipment and reset the circuit breaker by depressing the button.
8) Input Power Cord
Six-foot line cord
|The Fault/Warning LED flashes red immediately after plugging the UPS into a wall outlet.||A Site Wiring Fault has occurred. The outlet into which the UPS is plugged is not properly grounded or properly wired.||Have a qualified electrician correct the wiring.|
|The outlets are not powered.||The wall outlet is not powered.||Supply power to the wall outlet.|
|The circuit breaker has been tripped by an overload on the UPS output.||Reduce the amount of equipment plugged into the UPS and depress the circuit breaker to reset.|
|The On/Off button flashes green and the audio alarm beeps.||The UPS frequently operates on battery power because the AC power source is of poor quality.||Have the electrical installation checked by a professional or use another wall outlet.|
|The On/Off button flashes green and the audio alarm beeps continuously.||The UPS battery backup outlets are overloaded.||Disconnect excess equipment connected to the battery backup outlets.|
|AC power is available, but the UPS operates on battery power.||The UPS circuit breaker tripped due to an overload on the UPS output.||Reduce the amount of equipment plugged into the UPS and depress the circuit breaker to reset.|
|Battery backup outlets are not powered.||The On/Off button is not illuminated.||Press the On/Off button to verify that it illuminates green|
|The connected devices are not powered when AC power fails.||The devices are connected to the Surge Protection only outlets.||Connect the devices to the Battery Backup outlets.|
|The telephone line is disturbed or modem access is not possible.||Surge protection on the telephone line is no longer provided.||Disconnect the telephone line from the wall outlet and contact your service representative.|
|The Fault/Warning LED illuminates red.||The battery has reached the end of its service life.||Replace the battery.|
|The Fault/Warning LED illuminates red and the audio alarm beeps every 30 seconds.||A fault has occurred on the UPS. The battery backup outlets are not powered.||Contact your service representative.|