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Battery going dead in XS 1300

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Battery going dead in XS 1300

This was originally posted on APC forums on 4/10/2011


I have a Backup XS 1300 (Model # BX1300LCD) with a build date of 07.

The fan in the unit has recently started running and showing a low battery. All that was connected to it was a DVR and DSL modem. I disconnected everything from it and let it charge all day with no load. The fan kept kicking on but did stay off for a few hours at one point. With the battery fully charged I unplugged it from the wall. The fan started and it was giving the 5 beeps. Within 5 minutes the battery was dead. The LCD display snowed no Replace Battery or System Faults, just 3 events. At this point I removed the batteries and they where fairly warm. I suspect the battery has finely gave out?


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R2_apc
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Re: Battery going dead in XS 1300

This was originally posted on APC forums on 4/14/2011


Hi Bert, it sounds like the batteries could very well be going bad on you. When you first turn the unit on and it runs a self test, does it pass that self test (ie does it flash any lights or continue to make any beeping noises?) If the leds look fine, I would suggest unplugging the ups unit from the wall and have it run on battery with your load connected (I would not recommend having a computer on this test in case the battery can not support the load , but any devices that can turn off suddenly should be fine.) If the load turns off during this test, then I would suggest getting some replacement batteries. In general, our ups batteries last between 3 and 5 years, so it sounds like your battery could fall within that range. Hope this helps.

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Bertkk_apc
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Re: Battery going dead in XS 1300

This was originally posted on APC forums on 4/13/2011


Does anyone agree or disagree with me the batter is going bad?

Bert

R2_apc
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Re: Battery going dead in XS 1300

This was originally posted on APC forums on 4/14/2011


Hi Bert, it sounds like the batteries could very well be going bad on you. When you first turn the unit on and it runs a self test, does it pass that self test (ie does it flash any lights or continue to make any beeping noises?) If the leds look fine, I would suggest unplugging the ups unit from the wall and have it run on battery with your load connected (I would not recommend having a computer on this test in case the battery can not support the load , but any devices that can turn off suddenly should be fine.) If the load turns off during this test, then I would suggest getting some replacement batteries. In general, our ups batteries last between 3 and 5 years, so it sounds like your battery could fall within that range. Hope this helps.