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I have a EATON EX RT 11 that shows ;DC BUS FAILURE - 1CM15046 V02' error on screen. What causes this error? How can this be repaired? Unit is out of warranty

The UPS when started automatically go to bypass mode, when i push 'ON' it will shut down.

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    Mustafa Ali Feb 22, 2015

    when i switch from bypass to normal, the normal power breaker use to trip. in the attached pic, the big fuse (100 A) found tripp.



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SOURCE: Powerware 9120 DC Bus Fault Problem.

there is a 100uf/63v capacitor near the IRF630 fet. You need to replace this in order to fix this error. Along there is also a 2200uf/16v capacitor. It is a good idea to change the both at the same time.

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SOURCE: Eaton EX RT 11, Windows

Matias,
Try using the Intelligent Power Software Suite (IPSS):
http://powerquality.eaton.com/Products-services/Power-Management/Software.asp
If you are trying to monitor the UPS, use Intelligent Power Manager (IPM). If you are trying to shutdown the Virtual Machine safely, use Intelligent Power Protector (IPP).

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