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I have APC RS 600, 360W battery which is not working that means O/P voltage 230V is nill there is no Output supply . I checked the ckt but when switch on the ups it will start alarm and even i check the battery status also tht is also good, I cant find the issue pls give some valuable suggition.

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: apc ups flashes red light to replace battery, but battery is new

i think by replacing the battery has not been the solution to the problem

u need to check the battery charging voltage when turned ON with main electricity, if no voltage present from charger, there is no question of battery getting charged and also once the battery is down with charge it may not re charge hence the indicator and alarm.
recomended to nearest service centre

Posted on Sep 13, 2008

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: APC Smart UPS 1500 will not start.

It could be that the cable to the front-panel got damaged during the battery replacement.  After all these years you would think APC would improve that aspect of their design.  All I can suggest is inspecting the cable and where it connects to the front panel.

Posted on Apr 26, 2009

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Buddy Mcsparrin

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SOURCE: APC UPS 1500 w/full load forces immediate reboot at pwr failure

Hello,

With a 980watt load the run time is only 7 minutes on a brand new battery. If you have the system on full load your run time will be much less and it has likely damaged the battery. here is the APC web site page for your model. If you are running that much equipment I think you need either a bigger UPS or another 1500 and spread the load out.

Buddy
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Posted on Jul 24, 2009

Jesrey Paco-in

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SOURCE: Wanted: Circuit Board Repair APC UPS + other makes.

lol quite tempting. you can send it to me in singapore lol. Hi Andy, i assume theres a lot of UPS tech and Engineers in your area. or UPS service center. Good luck...

Posted on Aug 14, 2009

Jesrey Paco-in

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SOURCE: Overload light in APC RS 800 UPS

it seems that the inverter circuit of your UPS is dying. the solution here is you have to open up the UPS and check the inverter circuit. to make easier, check the power mosfet if its leaking.

Posted on Aug 14, 2009

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I have a 1998 buick park ave.runs great in every way except interior lights won't turn off when we turn car off and sometimes radio light stays on too, so it drains the battery and makes the car die.

Inadvertent Power
At the body control module (SBM) connector C1 cavity D1, inadvertent power is both an output and an input. The inadvertent power is either an output or an input, but never both. When the inadvertent power output is inactive, activating any lamp switch grounds the inadvertent power input through the lamp. As a result of the input, the SBM will activate the inadvertent power output.
The inadvertent power output supplies battery positive voltage (B+) to the lamps on CKT 1732 (ORN). Any of these lamps may drain the battery if you leave the lamps on. The SBM has a battery protection feature in order to protect the electrical system from these unwanted loads. The following 4 conditions may activate the inadvertent power output:
The ignition switch is in RUN.
The inadvertent power output is inactive and the inadvertent power input receives an active lamp input.
Any door opens.
The SBM receives an input from the remote function actuator (RFA) module.
The SBM deactivates the inadvertent power output if any lamp is active for more than 10 minutes and the ignition switch is OFF during the entire period.
Interior Lamp Control
The body control module (SBM) controls the function of the courtesy lamps. The IP junction block SBM fuse supplies battery positive voltage (B+) at all times to the SBM inadvertent power output. Battery positive voltage (B+) is supplied to the courtesy lamps as described above. The SBM provides a ground path to the courtesy lamps from the theatre dim-1 and the theatre dim-2 outputs . The theatre dim-1 supplies ground to the lamps on CKT 156 (WHT). The theatre dim-2 supplies ground to the lamps on CKT 157 (GRY). The SBM activates the outputs when a door is opened or the courtesy lamp switch activates. The outputs are deactivated when the SBM detects that all of the doors are closed and the courtesy lamp switches are inactive. If the outputs are deactivated because of a door closing, the outputs are deactivated with the theatre dimming function. The theatre dimming function causes the lamps to fade out gradually over a period of 3 seconds. If the outputs are deactivated by a courtesy lamp switch, the outputs are deactivated immediately without the theatre dimming function.


Your best bet , take it to a qualified repair shop .

Incandescent Lamps
When the park lamps are on, battery positive voltage (B+) is applied to the park lamp input in the panel dimming module. The dimming switch on the headlamp switch varies in resistance as the dimming switch is operated. The panel dimming module receives a variable input voltage based on the resistance of the dimming control. The panel dimming module supplies a variable voltage through CKT 8 (GRY) to the incandescent lamps. The voltage is proportional to the voltage input from the dimming switch. The lamps become brighter as the voltage level increases. The lamps become dimmer as the voltage level decreases.
VF Displays
The following components have a VF display:
• The radio
• The heater and A/C programmer
• The instrument cluster
• The head-up display (HUD)
When a module receives an ignition in RUN input, the module activates the VF display at full intensity. When the park lamps are on and the vehicle senses nighttime conditions, the lamp control module (LCM) supplies a dim enable signal to the components. When the module receives the dim enable input, ther module dims the VF display to the current dimming level. The radio and instrument cluster receive the dimming level input via CKT 8 (GRY). The HUD has a separate dimming control on the HUD switch in the overhead console. The HUD receives the dimming level input through CKT 622 (BRN). The heater and A/C programmer receive the enable and dimming level inputs from the radio through CKT 724 (PPL/WHT).

Courtesy or Dome Lamps Always On
Step
Action
Value(s)
Yes
No
1
Did you perform the Interior Lights System Check?
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Go to Step 2
Go to Interior Lamps System Check
2
Connect a scan tool to the data link connector (DLC).
Turn the ignition switch to the RUN position.
Place the courtesy lamp switch in the OFF position.
View the body control module (SBM) courtesy switch input.
Is the input OFF?
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Go to Step 3
Go to Step 11
3
Inspect the SBM auxiliary lighting input.
Is the input OFF?
--
Go to Step 4
Go to Step 14
4
Close all of the doors.
Inspect the driver door module (DDM) dome/buzzer switch input.
Is the input OFF?
--
Go to Step 5
Go to Step 16
5
Inspect the DDM passenger dome/buzzer switch input.
Is the input OFF?
--
Go to Step 6
Go to Step 20
6
Inspect the DDM left rear dome/buzzer switch input.
Is the input OFF?
--
Go to Step 7
Go to Step 24
7
Inspect the DDM right rear dome/buzzer switch input.
Is the input OFF?
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Go to Step 8
Go to Step 28
8
Test CKT 156 (WHT) for a short to ground. Refer to Testing for Short to Ground in Wiring Systems.
Is there a short to ground in CKT 156?
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Go to Step 9
Go to Step 32
9
Test CKT 157 (GRY) for a short to ground. Refer to Testing for Short to Ground in Wiring Systems.
Is there a short to ground in CKT 157?
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Go to Step 10
Go to Step 32
10
Replace the SBM. Refer to Body Control Module Replacement in Body Control Module.
Is the SBM module replacement complete?
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Go to Interior Lamps System Check
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11
Disconnect the headlamp switch connector.
Is the SBM courtesy switch input OFF?
--
Go to Step 12
Go to Step 13
12
Replace the headlamp switch.
Is the headlamp switch replacement complete?
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Go to Interior Lamps System Check
--
13
Test CKT 1495 (DK BLU/WHT) for a short to ground. Refer to Testing for Short to Ground in Wiring Systems.
Is there a short to ground in CKT 1495?
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Go to Step 10
Go to Step 32
14
Test CKT 1393 (DK BLU) for a short to ground. Refer to Testing for Short to Ground in Wiring Systems.
Is there a short to ground in CKT 1393?
--
Go to Step 15
Go to Step 32
15
Replace the remote function actuator (RFA) module. Refer to Remote Control Door Lock Receiver Replacement in Keyless Entry.
Is the RFA module replacement complete?
--
Go to Interior Lamps System Check
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16
Disconnect the left front door jamb switch connector.
Is the DDM driver dome/buzzer switch input OFF?
--
Go to Step 17
Go to Step 18
17
Replace the left front door jamb switch. Refer to Door Lock Actuator Replacement in Doors.
Is the door jamb switch replacement complete?
--
Go to Interior Lamps System Check
--
18
Test CKT 126 (TAN) for a short to ground. Refer to Testing for Short to Ground in Wiring Systems.
Is there a short to ground in CKT 126?
--
Go to Step 19
Go to Step 32
19
Replace the DDM. Refer to Front Side Door Window Module Replacement in Doors.
Is the DDM replacement complete?
--
Go to Interior Lamps System Check
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20
Disconnect the right front door jamb switch connector.
Is the DDM passenger dome/buzzer switch input OFF?
--
Go to Step 21
Go to Step 22
21
Replace the right front door jamb switch. Refer to Door Lock Actuator Replacement in Doors.
Is the door jamb switch replacement complete?
--
Go to Interior Lamps System Check
--
22
Test CKT 1177 (LT GRN) for a short to ground. Refer to Testing for Short to Ground in Wiring Systems.
Is there a short to ground in CKT 1177?
--
Go to Step 23
Go to Step 32
23
Replace the passenger door module (PDM). Refer to Rear Side Door Window Module Replacement in Doors.
Is the PDM replacement complete?
--
Go to Interior Lamps System Check
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24
Disconnect the left rear door jamb switch connector.
Is the DDM left rear dome/buzzer switch input OFF?
--
Go to Step 25
Go to Step 26
25
Replace the left rear door jamb switch. Refer to Door Lock Actuator Replacement in Doors.
Is the door jamb switch replacement complete?
--
Go to Interior Lamps System Check
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26
Test CKT 1179 (DK BLU/WHT) for a short to ground. Refer to Testing for Short to Ground in Wiring Systems.
Is there a short to ground in CKT 1179?
--
Go to Step 27
Go to Step 32
27
Replace the rear door module (RDM). Refer to Rear Side Door Window Module Replacement in Doors.
Is the RDM replacement complete?
--
Go to Interior Lamps System Check
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28
Disconnect the right rear door jamb switch connector.
Is the right rear dome/buzzer switch input off?
--
Go to Step 29
Go to Step 30
29
Replace the right rear door jamb switch. Refer to Door Lock Actuator Replacement in Doors.
Is the door jamb switch replacement complete?
--
Go to Interior Lamps System Check
--
30
Test CKT 1181 (YEL/BLK) for a short to ground. Refer to Testing for Short to Ground in Wiring Systems.
Is there a short to ground in CKT 1181?
--
Go to Step 31
Go to Step 32
31
Replace the RDM. Refer to Rear Side Door Window Module Replacement in Doors.
Is the RDM replacement complete?
--
Go to Interior Lamps System Check
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32
Repair the faulty wiring. Refer to Wiring Repairs in Wiring Systems.
Is the repair complete?
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Go to Interior Lamps System Check
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The cheaper UPS are built for nominal voltage of 230V +- 10% and cannot be changed. Overvoltage is cause of your UPS failure.
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I have APC RS 600, 360W battery which is not working that means O/P voltage 230V is nill there is no Output supply . I checked the ckt but when switch on the ups it will start alarm and even i check the...

Hi Datta,

It seems that you have the wrong battery in that UPS. The replacement battery for that unit should be an RBC2 -or- a 12v 7.5ah battery ($28 delivered). The UPS will not work without the correct battery in place.

If you could provide me with the exact model number I may be able assist you further.

If you need UPS, Surge, or Power Related help contact Daniel @ Power & Systems Innovations 800.260.2259 or go to our website: http://psihq.com/
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The APC UPS communicates with the computer using a data cable that has a RJ45 connector at the APC and a USB connector at the computer. This data cable and communication software CD is available from APC.
Go to this APC WEB site for a manual for your model UPS.
http://www.apcmedia.com/salestools/KBOK-7A3TGR_R0_EN.pdf
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No output

bacause is overloaded. There is a reset switch inside the ups, locate that and reset it.
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