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BX600C-IN Long Beep and Red Alert

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BX600C-IN Long Beep and Red Alert

Hi. I recently purchased a APC UPS (BX600C-IN) and am using it for my gaming PC. When I start playing a heavy game, the UPS starts giving me a loud continuous beep with the power button turning red. This is despite there being a continuous power supply/n power cut. Since I need battery backup for not more than 5 min, I assume that a load of more than 360W can be easily handled by the UPS. Can you please let me know how I can resolve this? I read a few similar posts but did not figure out the right solution for me. Thank you!

 

PC Specs

Processor: Ryzen 5600X

Mother board: Asus ROG B550-F

Graphics Card: Gigabyte Eagle RTX 3060ti 8GB DDR6

SMPS: Antec Neo Eco 750W

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Re: BX600C-IN Long Beep and Red Alert

Hi

 

This Backups has is 600VA but 360W maximum so the continuous tone is an overload alarm.

 

Regards

 

Matt

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