Welcome to the new Schneider Electric Community

It's your place to connect with experts and peers, get continuous support, and share knowledge.

  • Explore the new navigation for even easier access to your community.
  • Bookmark and use our new, easy-to-remember address (community.se.com).
  • Get ready for more content and an improved experience.

Contact SchneiderCommunity.Support@se.com if you have any questions.

Close
Invite a Co-worker
Send a co-worker an invite to the Exchange portal.Just enter their email address and we’ll connect them to register. After joining, they will belong to the same company.
Send Invite Cancel
84865members
354358posts

New XS900... plugged in, all lights flashing

APC UPS for Home and Office Forum

Schneider Electric support forum for our APC offers including Home Office UPS, Surge Protectors, UTS, software and services and associated products designed to share knowledge, installation, and configuration.

Solved
turner_apc
Cadet
0 Likes
1
100

New XS900... plugged in, all lights flashing

This was originally posted on APC forums on 6/19/2008


As I connected the battery there was a small spark to the lead. I figured no big deal.

Plugged it in, turned it on, all lights flashing. Tried to hold in the power button to shut down, beeped, and only the top light went out.

I searched around but didn't find this problem...

No idea what's going on here... any help appreciated.

Thanks,
Andrew


Accepted Solutions
TheNotoriousKMP_apc
Sisko
Sisko
0 Likes
0
100

Re: New XS900... plugged in, all lights flashing

This was originally posted on APC forums on 6/20/2008


Andrew,

Have you tried disconnecting/reconnecting the battery, and then performing a cold-start on the UPS to force it on battery? Something like this might clear but it's unlikely and you'll probably have to have it replaced.

See Answer In Context

1 Reply 1
TheNotoriousKMP_apc
Sisko
Sisko
0 Likes
0
101

Re: New XS900... plugged in, all lights flashing

This was originally posted on APC forums on 6/20/2008


Andrew,

Have you tried disconnecting/reconnecting the battery, and then performing a cold-start on the UPS to force it on battery? Something like this might clear but it's unlikely and you'll probably have to have it replaced.