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Deltec Model 8186-1 SN 61074. Fault Description / Symptom. 1. Initial system start-up doesn?t complete the routine normally. When the circuit breaker CB2 is switched on, the system displays the message ?STATUS: BYPASS STARTING UP PLEASE WAIT? This message is displayed for 10 minutes until both CB1 and CB2 trip and the system displays alarm message ?OUT VOLTAGE LOW? 2. We have monitored the inverter output voltage at test points TP11, TP12 & TP13 on Interface board A6 and confirmed that output is zero volts during start-up routine. 3. Manual operation with the MC8/9 control panel shows that the converter ready signal (CONV RDY) is NOT true. 4. A check of the system memory location address 4201 reads 00 ?Converter status Normal?. 5. A check of the inverter off signal (INV OFF) on connection J2-25 show that this signal is TRUE (logic high). 6. There are no obvious signs of component damage and no short circuit found across major semiconductors. 7. Four boards have been replaced without change of symptom. Monitor Control Board (A9) 05135241-0 Rev N. Interface Board (A6) 05135233 Rev G. Inverter Board (A7) 05135237-1 Rev G. Static switch board 051352450 Rev-D. Could you please provide any technical support?

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  • service670 Sep 30, 2010

    Thanks for your prompt reply.



    I cannot imagine where Fixya got the idea that this is a barcode scanner! It is a 300KG three phase 60Hz UPS!

    I also see that the text has been "crunched" somewhat. I will paste it again to this comment.



    Deltec UPS

    Model 8186-1

    SN 61074.



    Fault Description / Symptom.




    1. Initial system start-up doesn

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Wow, you have tried everything I could possibly imagine, and it appears Deltec doesn't even exist anymore, at least not by that name any longer. Is there any way you could return the parts you already purchased?

I will continue to research this, but not even sure where to point you, my suggestion is just to replace the unit. I can't imagine this barcode scanner is worth all that much, I can recommend some good replacements if you are interested...

Is there some specialty application you have that requires a Deltec scanner?

Tim

Posted on Sep 30, 2010

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    Tim Grayson Sep 30, 2010

    Ah, no wonder I couldn't find them! Just out of curiosity have you contact Deltec? Their number is 1-562-926-2304... This is a very specialized issue. I have a lot of experience with large scale UPS systems, and you have done everything I could imagine to get this unit back up and running. It may be time to consult the actual manufacturer and see what their higher level support thinks.



    I am continuing to research this, but I recommend you call them in the morning in the mean time and I will keep updating you as to what I find.



    Thanks

    Tim

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