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What does the flashing green lights mean on a smart UPS 2200?

What is the green flashing light means

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Look it up in the manual

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SOURCE: All battery charge lights flash simultaneously.

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SOURCE: APC Smart-UPS 1500RM (sua1500rm) UPS System - charge lights flashing after changed battery

For APC smart-ups models, you need to do a UPS calibration after you change the battery. You need to change the UPS parameters to removed the flashing lights on the front panel of the UPS, usually you need to change the 0 parameter to its default state to remove the flashing lights.

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