I have a Leviton UPS with 6 outlets. Problem is I plug it up (with or without anything plugged in one of the 6 outlets) turn the toggle switch on. Then I get a normal green LED. Within 5 seconds the orange LED flashes about 4 times, then about 10 seconds later the unit trips off. I have checked internal fuses, checked the power cord with ohm meter for a short. Battery is fine, no sign of any thing on pc board getting hot. Anyone have any suggestions?
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Refrigerators need to be plugged into a regular outlet without anything else plugged in. DMI's, GFI's, or GFCI's are designed to trip at the slightest increase in amp draw. When the compressor turns on the outlet senses the spike and trips the curcuit. So to fix the fridge plug it into another outlet that is not part of the dmi circuit.
1. Four beeps every 30seconds (On Battery LED will be illuminated) This alarm indicates that the Battery PowerSupplied outlets are now supplying battery power as opposed to power from theutility. If the UPS determines that the input utility power is unsafe for yourcomputer equipment, the UPS will switch to battery power. Note: Ifthe power disturbance is brief, you may only hear one or two beeps.
2. Continuous Beeping (On Battery LED will beilluminated) This alarm indicates that a Low Batterycondition has been reached and that the UPS will soon shutdown. Once the UPStransfers to On Battery operation, it can only stay on battery for a limitedamount of time. The UPS will sound this alarm about two minutes before thebatteries are totally exhausted. Once exhausted, the UPS will shutdown and turnoff its output power to your equipment. If you hear this tone you shouldimmediately shutdown your computer to prevent data loss or corruption.
3. Continuous Beeps for 30 seconds (BackUPS OFFICE 250 and 280 ONLY) This alarm indicates the unit has detected anOverload condition after it has performed a self-test during start-up.
4. Continuous Two-Tone Beep This alarm indicates a severe Overload wasdetected while the unit was on-battery operation. This tone will continue tosound until the unit shuts down.
5. Continuous Tone (On Battery LED will beflashing) This alarm indicates that the battery-poweredoutlets are overloaded.
6. Continuous Tone (On Line and On BatteryLEDs flashing) Back UPS OFFICE 350,400, and 500 ONLY This alarm indicates that an internal UPS faulthas occurred.
Is this a new printer or has this printer functioned correctly in the past?
Try this to resolve:
1. Plug it directly into the wall, rather than into a UPS 2.
Verify that the unit is switched on. Disconnect the USB/Ethernet cable
from the All-in-One and also disconnect power cable from All-in-One and
also from wall outlet. 3. Wait 30 seconds. 4. Plug in the power cable to All-in-One and also to wall outlet. 5. Check for the functionality.
If this has not resolved the problem, reset the printer to factory default settings: 1. Unplug the power cable from printer when the printer is powered on and wait for 20 seconds. 2. Then, press and hold # and 6 while plugging in the power cord. Continue holding until it displays Semi Full Reset message in the front panel of the All-in-One.
If this is a new printer and this does not resolve the issue you will need to contact HP. It is likely to be a hardware malfunction.
1. Plug it directly into the wall, rather than into a UPS
2. Verify that the unit is switched on. Disconnect the USB/Ethernet cable from the All-in-One and also disconnect power cable from All-in-One and also from wall outlet. 3. Wait 30 seconds. 4. Plug in the power cable to All-in-One and also to wall outlet. 5. Check for the functionality.
If you still had the error message, reset the printer to factory default settings:
1. Unplug the power cable from printer when the printer is powered on and wait for 20 seconds. 2. Then, press and hold # and 6 while plugging in the power cord. Continue holding until it displays Semi Full Reset message in the front panel of the All-in-One
The output on the battery should be around 14V, not
115V. If the unit is not holding the equipment powered when you remove
the power, you need to get a replacement battery. The BE350 uses a 12v 3.5. Make sure to buy a high quality battery in order to get a good and reliable run time.
If it's more than 3 years old, you probably need new batteries.
If the beep started after plugging anything additional into the UPS, you may be in an overload state, and the beep is telling you that it's choosing to beep and not function as intended rather than smoking itself. Try unplugging a piece or two from it and see if the beep goes away. If not, probably just you're batteries giving out due to old age, they'll only give you 3-5 years.
Try looking for a small circuit breaker on the side that says "press to reset" - you could have tripped it accidentally when you unplugged the iPod. Also, try pressing and holding the UPS power switch for 10-15 seconds. That should force a power on as well.
Considering the low draw of power you intend for the UPS it will work well. I have two monitors on a strip plugged into UPS along with desktop, routers and modems, UPS handles all well, it's just shortens battery backup times. Have had to power down from outages several times without any probs.