Question about Powercom (BNT-1500AP) UPS System
After a short power outage (20--30 sec.) the UPS was out and would not restart. Additionally, the circuit breaker on a power strip plugged into the UPS output was tripped. I suspect there was a surge. Is there a replaceable surge module in this unit? If so, how do you get at it?
From your description it appears one or more batteries are bad..The circuit breaker on the Power Strip..which more then likely is a 15 Amp..tripped due to over current conditions..check the batteries and reset the circuit breaker..That should take care of it
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
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