Software for UPS Systen (Cyber Power CPS 1500 AVR)
I recently bought a new computer and I want to install and use my UPS on it, but I can't find the original software that I got with the product. Can you PLEASE help find a site that I might be able to download the software for this product??? Thank You in advance!!!
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It sounds like the battery in your UPS has aged to the point of failure. The life span of these batteries can typically range from 1 to 3 or 4 years.You should be able to remove the battery and write down the make and model. If possible, have the UPS vendor check out the unit for you. Check to see if your UPS is still under warranty. The cheapest source for replacement batteries is your local electronic surplus store, if there is one in your area. There may be other vendors who sell used UPS's. Otherwise, do an internet search for either the UPS manufacturer, or for the battery manufacturer to check on replacement battery cost. Be prepared for the battery replacement cost to be perhaps half the cost of a new UPS unit. Also, know that the problem may be with the UPS itself. Sometimes, UPS units go on sale for prices that approach the cost of repair, or battery replacement.
Either way, I think using a functional UPS is a very smart bit of prevention to do.
Please let me know how you make out.
hold the reset button on UPS for 30secs while the power is turned on...
Then keep the UPS on charge for 16 hours with no load...
then check for the backup... while you shut down the computer you should not turn off the power supply to UPS...
I would first check the connections to make sure the battery is connected. If it was working before it should be connected unless someone has removed it for maintenance, etc.
Other than that my next suggestion is more than likely either the battery is bad and not holding/accepting a charge, or the charging circuit in the UPS itself has faulted and is not sending charge voltage to the battery.
Installing the software properly, on any UPS with coordinated software, will allow an automatic shutdown of windows in the event of a power failure, which could save important files and disk corruption.
That is why complete connection of the correct cable is important. In some cases, older UPS come with serial ports which may or may not be found on some recent systems.