Aftab Jahan Subedar wrote:

Would it recharge the battery fully after discharge? I dont think so.
So you got to recharge the external battery EXTERNALLY after power failure.


Aloha  Aftab,

This was the first thing I tested. I unplugged the unit and let it run on battery all day while I was in town. Then I plugged in the UPS and its internal charger did its thing until the next day and I tested the current with a big amp meter I got from an auto sourse store and it was fully charged in less than 24 hrs.

It was not fully discharged by the way even when the battery ran the 2 servers for the 9 hours.

Al

Hey welcome to visit Dhaka.

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On 5/13/07, NetOpsCenter <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:


jekillen wrote:

> Hello again;
> Is there software for ups auto shutdown and restart for use with a ups
> system that has the capacity; I.E. a serial connection and references
> in the manual to software (for Windows mostly) download? Currently
> I have a Vesta Pro 600 unit. I had one made by Minuteman that crapped
> out on me last night. It had been doing ok and was a replacement for one > made by Tripp Lite, which also failed permanently. I am running one desk > top FreeBSD system, headless but with high speed SCSI drives in addition
> to the boot drive. I am away during the week for at least 8 - 9 hours
> during
> the week and cant be there if the power goes down to shut the system
> down before the ups exhausts its battery.
> Thanks in advance for any suggestions.
> Jeff K.
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Aloha Jekillen,


I had a similar problem here in  Hawaii with our 2  noc servers.  I
replaced the small UPS battery with a 100 amp stationery battery out
side the box. It now will run for about 10 hours if we have a power
outage for that long.



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