At this point you should write down the model number and google it. Find
the manufacturer's website and grab the manual for your particular model.
Since the manufacturer decides what the beeps indicate, the only way you
will figure it out is if

A) the device exposes human readable diagnostic information.
B) you find out by Reading The Friendly Manual.
C) you find someone with the same exact model who happens to know the
answer.

For all I know, that beep could indicate some internal maintenance timer.
You should look into obtaining a list of all diagnostic codes for your
device since the purpose of a backup battery unit is to avoid unexpected
failures. This makes for a good excuse to do some preemptive research.

-Ben



On Thu, Apr 12, 2018 at 10:55 AM, Dick Steffens <d...@dicksteffens.com>
wrote:

> On 04/12/2018 10:48 AM, Tony Schlemmer wrote:
>
>> Is there any lights on the UPS that says replace battery or anything?
>>
>
> No. Only one light on one of the units.
>
> I have on older one the has 3 lights and the yellow one is replace
>> battery. My newer ones have an LCD display. But they cycle is there is
>> voltage drop sometimes or if storm is hitting my neighborhood, .etc.
>>
>
> No obvious cause of a voltage drop, either. While rainy, there hasn't been
> any lightning, or high wind during the beeping episodes.
>
> --
> Regards,
>
> Dick Steffens
>
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