Question about Tripp Lite PowerVerter APSINT3636VR UPS System
Check the system but you may have to turn off the batteries
the inverter is charging the batteries but when mains power fails , the batteries will be discharging back through the inverter that is dc converted back to ac
if you power on a genset and the ac is not phased correctly, what you describe will happen--- inverter ac from the batteries against genset ac to the inverter-
If you had mains power on then it would dead stop the genset because of the out of phase situation
it all has to do with the 2 wave patterns for ac current from each unit being in harmony and not working against each other
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try leaving it off, but plugged into the wall outlet so the batteries can charge up. If they are new, they are probably without a charge. The instructions should indicate how long it needs to charge - probably most of the day.
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
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Posted on Apr 30, 2009
You most likely need a new battery. Remove the battery and test it. If you dont have the ability to test it take it to an interstate battery store, or any similar battery store and ask them to test it for you.
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
No, I don't think there is anything wrong. Your UPS seems to have a single phase 240V output, which seems to be "floating" (no or only a weak ground reference).
Just be aware that you can only power 240V equipment from it. If you need 120V for some devices _and_ if the UPS provides sine wave output, you could use a step down transformer for this purpose.
Posted on Mar 12, 2010
These units, while hot swappable, will NOT start with dead batteries connected.
You will have to replace the batteries to confirm if the unit is still usable. Sealed Lead Acid Batteries do have a shelf life when a charge is not applied and will fail after several months of sitting around.
If your unit was working fine before it was put in storage, I definitely would consider just replacing the batteries. It is possible that the batteries are connected loosely, you can try opening the unit up to double check all the connections but if it has been sitting for more than a couple months, I would definitely consider the batteries dead.
You can find replacement batteries here http://www.refurbups.com/Tripplite-SMART2200RMXL2U-Batteries
Posted on Apr 05, 2010
Testimonial: "Thanks Phil! Good to know it won't even try to charge a dead pack. Before buying new batts, I'm going to put 48VDC to the Anderson connector."
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