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How i can add additional Battery Back to MGE 2200 i.e. Charging Cable + Control Cable like RJ45 for sense line. 1) Where to find he cahrging cable or Plug which connects to Back of U.P.S 2) Sense line Connection which tells the UPS that additional Batter Back is connected 3) Is there any configuration i need to Do. 4) Can i use Big Batteries using the same charger

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  • aliimran_99 Sep 29, 2010

    No i am not trying to Connect 2 UPS's

    There is only one UPS MGE 2200

    I just want to increase the Backup time by adding more batteries outside of UPS similer to Additional Battery Bank.

    Orignally UPS has 6 batteries inside the case.

    You know there is an option Pulsar M EXB (optional Battery Module) which uses Two Cables to connect to Standard UPS Assembly Pulsar M 2200.

    For connecting this optional Battery Module we probably need Two Cable to Connect to UPS MGE Mulsar 2200.

    One is Charging Cable for external Batteries charging which is connected on Back of UPS Connector (No. 6 as per Documentation) where as

    2nd cable is required for Automatic Recognition Optional Module Pulsar M EXB (Optional Battery Module).

    Q1- From where i can order this Charging Cable (with Black 5 pin Connector) and Recognition Cable (Automatic Recognition of battery modules).

    Q2 Breif Detail:

    Normally there are 6 small batteries within orignal UPS Assembly with rating 12V - 7AH

    and that makes total of 72V for Inner Assembly.

    If we plane to buy 6 Bigger batteries (12V with 120/140AH) and want them to connect using the

    Same Charging Cable which is used for Optional (Module Pulsar M EXB).

    Now question is

    Q2.1: Can we use the same Connection provided orignally for Optional Module Pulsar M EXB for

    these 6 Additioanl Big Batteries (12V-120/140AH).

    Q2.2 : 2ndly for Automatic Recognition of these Additional Batteries how you connect or jumper

    the connection?

  • aliimran_99 Sep 29, 2010


    Part 1: I need to know where i can get these Cables for Standard option as per MGE?

    Part2: Let me have first resolution to Part 1 than i can discuss better about the 2nd part?

  • aliimran_99 Sep 29, 2010

    1) UPS is from MGE not from APC.
    2) Is there any other source to get cheaper solution might be used than Huge Profit maker manufactures?

  • aliimran_99 Sep 29, 2010

    I am only looking the Hard copy - Manual which comes with the UPS.

  • aliimran_99 Oct 05, 2010

    I need your help in having the solution.



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Hey there

To add additional back up battery

1.Connect one end of the battery cable into the external battery port that is located on the back of the new battery box.

2.Connect the other end of the cable to the external battery port that is located on the back of the battery backup system.

3.Repeat steps 1 and 2 for additional battery boxes that you want to add to the battery backup system.

NOTE; If your battery backup system is not expandable, you will not be able to add another battery box.

You can find the charging cable at any electronics outlet/store

If an additional battery is connected the UPS should identify it automatically

You do not need any special configuration just follow the procedres for connecting them

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I am a bit confused by your question here. You say you want to run two of these units in tandem, one into the other, correct? And are both MGE 2200 models? Let me know some more info and I can help.


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    Tim Grayson Sep 29, 2010

    Wait, so you are trying to rig this yourself instead of using the official solution from the manufacturer? Is that what you mean, and why you need to know how to wire it. If you were using the official solution it should just plug in. But you are saying you want to build your own? That is very dangerous if you are unsure of what you are doing, and can cause the unit to overheat - or worse yet - explode...

    Let me know exactly why you can't just plug it in as I have seen with MGE units before... and need to "jumper" the connection as you say.


  • Tim Grayson
    Tim Grayson Sep 29, 2010

    Well that confirms that you want to try and rig something up, but you can buy these cables from APC directly, just give them a call at this number 877-272-2722, that is the department you would want to call to buy them.


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    Tim Grayson Sep 29, 2010

    Sir, send me a link to the actual UPS you are using. MGE refers to open source code for UPS's... Send me a URL for the UPS you are using and I will go from there.


  • Tim Grayson
    Tim Grayson Sep 29, 2010

    Ok, but find me the unit online on a manufacturer's site, it doesn't exist any more. The manufacturer is gone... it will be very difficult to find these cables you are looking for.


  • noname_drl Jan 16, 2011

    Hello. I kind of have the same question: How could I trick the UPS into seeing my riged up external batteries? What kind of signal goes through the battery detection cable?
    I have experience in connecting non-standard batteries onto UPSs,but I have no ideea how I could get them recognised by this UPS
    Thank you in advance!



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