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My MGE Ellipse Premium UPS is dead

When switched on no sound, light any thing. Batteries are dead, i read 3V only. I checked the battery fuses, they are ok. There is no connection failure from power plug to mainboard. My batteries are dead for sure but what i wonder is why is it powering on (at least power light and battery warning light should light). I expect it powering on, trying to charge the batteries and meanwhile battery warning lights.

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  • Mark Spencer Feb 08, 2012

    If changing batteries are the only solution for this problem, do you advice that I try to charge batteries outside (I once bought a lead acid battery charger, i should find it) and see if the ups comes alive?

  • Mark Spencer Feb 13, 2012

    Batteries are:
    2 pieces 12V 6Ah in series.
    Dimensions: 151mm x 94mm x 51mm (Per Cell)

  • Mark Spencer Feb 14, 2012

    One of the battery is not able to hold the charge. It gives 7 volts max. Other has 11 volts. That confirms the batteries are dead. But when I connect the batteries read 17-18 volts and it is sufficent to lights the leds of the ups for a second and a beep sound. That means UPS is working but needs proper batteries.

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i think u need to replace the battery so u get it working again.
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The batteries in an UPS are sealed lead acid batteries. The voltage and amp hour rating depends upon the VA rating of your UPS.
I suggest you shut down your UPS and remove the batteries and get replacement ones that are the same rating as the ones in the UPS. Be careful of the size of the battery, they are a neat fit inside the UPS battery compartment.

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