Question about Tripp Lite HT1000LCD UPS System with LCD Display UPS System
The unit completely shut down and I restarted it by pressing and holding down the power button for a few seconds. Now the fault light is on and the unit emits an occasional beep. I have had the unit for 2 1/2 years. Is it at the end of its life or is there something I can do to correct this problem.
SOURCE: Tripp Lite SU2200 UPS has faults
For Tripplite UPS basically if the fault indicator is on you already have to check the power mosfets/IGBT on the circuit board. if you know the basic of UPS you dont need all those schematic diagram to check the thing. by the way, try to check your battery first if its still working. and if the battery is ok, go and check your inverter
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
These units, while hot swappable, will NOT start with dead batteries connected.
You will have to replace the batteries to confirm if the unit is still usable. Sealed Lead Acid Batteries do have a shelf life when a charge is not applied and will fail after several months of sitting around.
If your unit was working fine before it was put in storage, I definitely would consider just replacing the batteries. It is possible that the batteries are connected loosely, you can try opening the unit up to double check all the connections but if it has been sitting for more than a couple months, I would definitely consider the batteries dead.
You can find replacement batteries here http://www.refurbups.com/Tripplite-SMART2200RMXL2U-Batteries
Posted on Apr 05, 2010
Testimonial: "Thanks Phil! Good to know it won't even try to charge a dead pack. Before buying new batts, I'm going to put 48VDC to the Anderson connector."
Turn UPS on: Press and hold the ON/OFF button for one second.
Run a Self-Test: Press and hold the MUTE/TEST button for two seconds (until alarm beeps several times).
The test will last 10 seconds. All LCD Display icons will be illuminated and the alarm will sound.
If the fault icon remains lit, the battery-supplied outlets are overloaded. Unplug powered devices until you remove the overload.
If the "Replace" icon remains lit and alarm continues to sound, the UPS batteries need to be recharged or replaced. Allow UPS to charge for 24 hours and repeat self-test.
Posted on Oct 19, 2010
Your batteries would have been weak from 5 years of use. The Lightening could of blew out one of your batteries. The UPS did it's job but at a price. I would replace the batteries first then see how it works
Posted on Sep 12, 2011
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