20 Most Recent MGE Pulsar Ellipse 800 (89363) UPS System Questions & Answers

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Electronic schematic of an inverter MGE UPS SYSTEMS Ellipse 800

power on off
7/23/2017 9:47:02 AM • MGE Pulsar... • Answered on Jul 23, 2017
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MGE COMET S31

very old system anyhow what is your question?
2/2/2015 11:21:06 AM • MGE Pulsar... • Answered on Feb 02, 2015
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My ups is switching off itself immediately the

Batteries in the UPS typically last 3 to 5 years and it depends upon several factors. including the number of times the unit must go on battery power and enviromental conditions. There are usually several batteries in the UPS and while the battery voltage may show 13 volts, this may only a float voltage and a true indication of the battery voltage needs the batteries to be tested under a load. there maybe one battery that is faulty and causing the whole battery system to fail.
These lower powered and cheaper KVA type UPS are switch over types (when the mains fail, the UPS switches over to the inverter in milli-seconds to supply mains power). It is a possibility the inverter circuit is faulty and when the mains power fails the inverter does not switch over.

The true UPS type are usually the higher KVA units (over 1500 KVA units) that converts mains power continuously via the inverter circuit. The mains power charges the batteries and the inverter drawing power from continuously from the batteries (therefore there is no switch over time lag from the mains to the battery.
9/17/2012 4:00:58 AM • MGE Pulsar... • Answered on Sep 17, 2012
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I need contect numbers of ups system to be fix

800-438-8002,

800-523-0142
3/18/2011 10:15:54 AM • MGE Pulsar... • Answered on Mar 18, 2011
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NO POWER INDICATION

Check the batteries status. To do this, the UPS has a door on the left side if it's laying horizontally with the power switch in front. Use a flat head screwdriver to unlock the latch located in direction to the front feet in the side door. The batteries should measure something like 12~12.6V otherwise the UPS will not start or show any sign of power.
10/27/2009 1:14:15 PM • MGE Pulsar... • Answered on Oct 27, 2009
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Power lost in running an UPS

It depends on the model but varies from one brand to another and by the UPS converter design. You'll have to calculate the power loss measuring the current drawn from the batteries with the UPS on back-up and with a known load on the output.

The UPS inverter circuit is pretty inefficient so it may consume more than 30% of the output power.
10/27/2009 1:10:50 PM • MGE Pulsar... • Answered on Oct 27, 2009
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Ups problem

The batteries need to be replaced. They probably have more than 3 years.
Replace the batteries and let the new ones charge fully for a day and your UPS will work like new after that.
10/27/2009 1:05:28 PM • MGE Pulsar... • Answered on Oct 27, 2009
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FUSE RATING

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6/17/2009 9:25:07 AM • MGE Pulsar... • Answered on Jun 17, 2009
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User and repair manual for MGE ellipse are not as stated on site.

hi try this link but i only come with user manual only
http://office.manualsonline.com/manuals/mfg/mge_ups_systems/800.html
6/5/2009 2:49:48 AM • MGE Pulsar... • Answered on Jun 05, 2009
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MGE UPS SYSTEMS ELLIPSE 800

i think u need to replace the battery so u get it working again.
thank u
5/29/2008 10:30:38 PM • MGE Pulsar... • Answered on May 29, 2008
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MGE 500 ups not start with ac restore

Hi hendy! Please help with benq pass ptojector i lost :(((Model cp220c21808 13770 6789 8379
1/13/2022 5:48:55 PM • MGE Computers &... • Answered on Jan 13, 2022
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Pulsar UPS DC bus too high

where did you find this old UPS> ? I'd bet cash it did not just fail 14 years online TODAY.!?Redux1 this is way too long but there are many sub models of PULSAR and non told yet. by you.nor if TOWER OR RACK MODEL is your? wow. that. ? not the same batteries at all in both ever.did not read your manual first.14 YEARS old it is, and now owned by APC.com (a 2007 event)wiki it.The HIGH DC means the Charger output is too highor the 36v 3 battery loop is broken (no load equals charge voltage is too high DC bus)if you have rack UPS and use 12vdc batteries, in it (not 6vdc as it must) the DC bus will be too high.UPS is complex and more so not telling full model numbers of it and photo of if.the LIST OF what can be wrong, (besides bad PCB inside) wrong batteries, used, or connected wrong.battery terms rusty. or just loose.EXB option was enabled before (14 years ago?) and not reconfigured now that it is gone. now.battery breaker rear tripped. in inside batteries and if EXB option the outside battery breaker tripped. on it.wire backwards is prevented with connector keys, but if hacked , any thing is possible wrong,.no photos of yours, the DC bus is 36vdc on the tower. 3x12=36vAC LINE IN CAN BE SET 100VAC TO 480VAC, (TO COVER WORLD POWER USED)if not configured day1, correctly there is no hope, only smoke.what AC voltage is your country, (at home are you) and freqency, 50 or 60HZ, (most are auto set for Hz)MGE is nOT MEG. at all. sorry but typos like that make help super hard.just one of many 1500, I can not guess what your REALLY is, Pulsar has many sub models.https://www.manualslib.com/manual/821986/Mge-Ups-Systems-Pulsar-Extreme-1500.html?page=1#manualMGE is now owned by APC for 14 years today, UPS company (a top maker)and this model is not supported now it is too old,,, found in garage sail for $1 USD, I'd pass on that.and APC does not support this very very old UPS now. they chose not to support it, but gee call them and ask.Apc.com, click support , and contact them.next time post photos of front and rear.and full model number not just "Pulsar 1500," shortened like that. and MGE not MEG.and what country you live and if at home or using commercial power , 100v or 480vac or what. LINE POWER.?last , is , if you buy a used UPS outside of your country it will be wrong AC input line voltage. and must be cured first. by strapping or configuration settings,I have never seen any UPS made that works in all countries, and the few that do many, must be strapped first.how that is done is covered in every UPS MANUAL made, in the world.if done wrong this test step, you will get smoke or worse fire. (only fuse can save you from that done wrong)never bypass fuses OK and if doing other hacks say so, tell the hacks , like using the wrong batteries.
9/5/2021 2:15:45 PM • MGE Computers &... • Answered on Sep 05, 2021
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What could cause this unstable UPS output?.

Great comprehensive answer from Larry, with all the reasons why. My thought also, "you can use a bigger battery for the regulation circuitry that is looking to manage a much smaller amps". Power regulating transistors don't like that. Buy APC brand UPS for the specs you need. My place had one the size of a large suitcase., keeps everything, servers, communications and security, running for an hour, but backup generators normally kick in within 5 seconds. UPS smooths the power. Larry Ng Aug 19, 2021 S.Africa. UPS are not the same in all countries due to rules on AC power, this is a very old UPS, and is tiny 600va , home type, or for POS point of sale terminals (as seen at taco bell?) well you modified, the UPS did'nt you. called HACKING and when you to that , it confused the UPS charger (vastly) and the inverter too. or is this normal (it is) 200vac is in spec, did you RTM read your manual, (USP spec) not your needs or you GEAR needs (loads) why do that? if you need longer run times you buy a UPS that does allow external battery banks of many sizes. and when you to it must be configured first so it can function with larger battery banks. this 600 AVR uses 12vdc 7 or 9AH, amp hour battery only, period. (common used in emerg. lighting)too. when you remove the internal battery and then jury rig in (hack) any external battery that does 2 things huge increases of AH it can not deal with (many not) AH is good , more is good but is it allowed,? and changes the batteries internal resistance, huge. and confuses it all. or the UPS needs service (seem not) why not first put the UPS back as it came new with the correct new battery see if it works now. if yes you learned not to hack UPS. the manual is terse. (ours not 230vac but your has same error spec !) https://www.manualslib.com/manual/618135... the manual shows regulator is CRUDE on this cheap UPS (a toy grade for sure) -15% +10% math, 230 -15% is 195vac. (so 200vac is in SPEC) did you read your manual page 11 i will try to find the African manual version but can be hard for me 10,000 miles away.. and failed me. I did see a data sheet and is same % maker claims EOL end of life and no support. (too old) you need to upgrade the UPS (newer UPS are far batter ) like APC brand, some brand can do , output Regulation to +-5% and have sine wave out far better. business grade are best. also some UPS models have strap inside for 200, 220,230,240vac outputs for more country support or your UPS is the wrong UPS for your country, all the maker and ask? MGE where did you buy this UPS, from Canada. south africa is 230vac and 50Hz so make sure yours is both, here is one that does, 3 outputs and 5% reg +/- UPS as a product are complex on the world stage and by features and regulation of output. for sure sinewave UPS, that lots more things, and noise on the output lines on some are horrible https://www.cyberpowersystems.com/produc... the above does 50Hz too and is top grade. if you expect cheap made , home USP to have tight output regulation that will not happen. recap wrong UPS for country hacking battery is not authorized nor expected to work battery is bad. ups charger or inverter inside is bad. or expecting, home UPS to work like good commercial/business is not going to happen. top FEATURES are vast , here is my short list watts (VA rating) voltage in and out., and Hz. cords/plug matching your countries wall jack, vast. internal or external batteries, even huge banks of batteries. line out regulation, 5% possible if have the cash to buy top grade. Sine wave out not cheap chopper class inverter seen on cheap home UPS that make huge noise on the line. brown out protection , input voltage can go real low and UPS works no problem. Power surge protection and RUN time (see battery options) use industry standard batters not soom ODD BALL batteries only THEY sell. and costs huge. rack mount or floor mounts. efficiency ratings,. Green + low carbon foot prints (less) to buy a UPS< tell what your loads are, first and ask for recommendations. some things have no trouble at all at 200vac (230 country) nothing told yet. by you. here in USA 120vac 60Hz, we have some gear that runs down to 90vac ok, that be near 180vac there, but no needs stated, my guess 1 PC? you posted a UPS to COMPUTERS so I guess is used for 1 PC.?
8/19/2021 7:23:03 PM • MGE Computers &... • Answered on Aug 19, 2021
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Mge galaxy 5000 What is board I must to be replaced it

MGE galaxy 5500 60kv is good for your problem
5/29/2020 4:34:13 AM • MGE Computers &... • Answered on May 29, 2020
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