Question about CyberPower OfficePower 825AVR UPS System
Power went out earlier today and the laptop I use went straight to its own battery supply rather than the UPS device (note: it was plugged into 1 of the 3 "Battery / Surge" outlets). I've since let the unit sit all day plugged in with nothing in those 3 outlets (using only the 3 "Surge" outlets for to power my laptop, printer and monitor). However, whenever I plug the laptop into any of the 3 "Battery / Surge" outlets it goes from AC power to it's own battery. Any help would be VERY much appreciated. Thanks!
Sounds like the UPS battery is bad, or the circuit break on it has gone. Is there a reset button on the UPS? Do you have the program that came with the UPS to check the battery status, those programs typically let you run a test on it also.
Posted on Jan 30, 2008
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