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BX1000 - Ignoring Min Max Voltage

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BX1000 - Ignoring Min Max Voltage

This was originally posted on APC forums on 7/30/2011


I specified a min and max voltage in powerchute.
If the supply voltage changes by a significant amount but well within the range my ups will cut over to battery and stay there until I get close to the original voltage.

Do certain models ignore this option?


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Re: BX1000 - Ignoring Min Max Voltage

This reply was originally posted by Angela on APC forums on 8/2/2011


if you have the options within PCPE, that generally means the UPS supports that option.transfer points are the input voltages at which the UPS will move between different modes of operation: Boost, On-Line, Trim & On-Battery (depending on what the particular UPS supports).

I think BX1000 has boost only or trim only but i'd have to check the user's guide. is the exact model off the little white sticker BX1000? (versus BX1000G or similar?)

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Re: BX1000 - Ignoring Min Max Voltage

This reply was originally posted by Angela on APC forums on 8/2/2011


if you have the options within PCPE, that generally means the UPS supports that option.transfer points are the input voltages at which the UPS will move between different modes of operation: Boost, On-Line, Trim & On-Battery (depending on what the particular UPS supports).

I think BX1000 has boost only or trim only but i'd have to check the user's guide. is the exact model off the little white sticker BX1000? (versus BX1000G or similar?)