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Thank you for writing down what UPS it is and thanks for all the info you put on here. It help out a lot. If this is happing you might have a bad battery. Remember it only takes one bad one to fail. So if you can find the manual, note down how many times it beeps. In the back of the manual you will see, Troubleshooting Guide, there should be a section where you can decipher the beeps and it should tell you what alarm it is. Example 2 Beeps every 3 second intervals could indicate Low batteries, meaning your battery capacity is not at 100%. Need to replace the unit or the batteries. Again this an example. Also don't disconnect it unless you are ready to loose you power to whatever you are backing up. (Computers or printer, etc.) Not unless it doesn't matter what it's backing up.
If your Tripp LIte Omni 1000 LCD display a fault icon and beeps after changing the battery, try the advice given by the buzzerman which worked perfect in this case:
1. Turn the UPS on. Press and hold the ON/OFF button for one second.
2. Run a Self-Test: Press and hold the MUTE/TEST button for two seconds (until beeps several times). The test will last 10 seconds. All LCDDisplay icons will be illuminated and the alarm will sound. At the end of this process the fault icon and the beeping turned off.
I think it is beeping due to it being slightly overloaded? What are you trying to power? This is a very light unit, it will only supply a couple of Amps at best... It is only 340 Watts, PEAK... continuous draw is at least only 3/4 of that say, 250 Watts. with around half being best. It can also be battery Power is low, or not enough.
This sounds like your battery in on the way out and your UPS is telling you to replace it. If the UPS is 3-4 years old then its time to replace the battery, that is about the longest time to wait. The gel cell batteries will dry out because of the constant charge/discharge just like a car battery will. When the UPS senses a charge in the charging current/voltage signaling a dieing battery it will start beeping to warn you.
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Buddy Corporate Computer www.ccl-la.com Over 21 years of PC and printer support/service
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
We had the same problem and changed the setting to auto and the unit seems to be working properly now. Not sure if this solves the problem, but for the past 1/2 hour the unit has stopped jumping between 00 and the temp we set.