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Smart-UPS 3000 - Auto shutdown after power loss.

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Smart-UPS 3000 - Auto shutdown after power loss.

Hello All,

 

Is it possible to configure the Smart-UPS 3000 to power off after X time if there's a power outage?

 

I've tried going through the menu but cannot achieve power off in the event of a power outage.

 

ANY advice would be greatly appreciated.

 

Michael.

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Re: Smart-UPS 3000 - Auto shutdown after power loss.

@Choakem 

 

If the UPS is an SMT, SMX, or SRT Smart-UPS, you can configure the UPS to shut down when on battery. From the LCD panel, go to Configuration and change the type to Advanced. Then scroll down, and you can configure load shedding.

The menu options are provided in the UPS user's guide.

 

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Re: Smart-UPS 3000 - Auto shutdown after power loss.

Thanks Bob, 

I'll be onsite tomorrow.


It's a SMT3000IC model.

 

I've never seen that option in advanced settings!!

 

I know I dont have any network card other than the cloud monitoring one.....

 

Ill take a look for "load shedding" and report back 😛

 

Thank-you!

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