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I have a powerware 9120 6000kva . I replaced all 20 batteries, but after 20 hours its displaying charge failure. What can I do?

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You can check the battery fuse or the charging fuse. If it's more then that it's going to be a very costly fix.

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sounds like inverter is unhappy(causing the input fuse to blow. maybe, just maybe, this Powerware 9120 has given up the ghost? The inverter can short for a variety of reasons. Try to take out the battery completely, and run it as just a power conditioner. If that works, then you have an unhappy inverter in there.

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Greetings!
How many years is your ups working? UPS is usually run by a battery, some of them are disposable and needs replacement. If it does not charge anymore it needs replacement of battery.
Thanks.

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Hi,

After you replaced the batteries did you perform a manual battery test?

If not do so.

Regards
Alan Hood
ami-man
UK

Posted on Mar 03, 2009

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I've had this same issue what it boils down to is that the Power IN is not being distributed properly across the Power Outlets.

Step 1. unplug everything from the unit and power the ups down. If the alarm clears itself the UPS is mostly likely fine. if it doesn't not clear send it in for repair

Step 2. If step 1 cleared the alarm try distributing the decives across the outlets differently.

There are two inverters so two output if everything is plugged into one side (ie a power bar with 10 things plugged into it) and nothing on the other side this could cause the alarm.

hope this helps

Posted on Feb 18, 2010

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charge up to around 2.27V/cell then check discharge on each batt (12V car lamp is good dummy load)
faulty one will be obvious.

MAKE SURE YOU ARE VERY CAREFUL WITH BATTERIES, THEY ARE VERY DANGEROUS, AND ALWAYS LIVE!

Check you manual for safety procedures, BEFORE working on Batteries.


hope this helps

thanks for using Fixya

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Hi,

After you replaced the batteries did you perform a manual battery test?

If not do so.

Regards
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How many years is your ups working? UPS is usually run by a battery, some of them are disposable and needs replacement. If it does not charge anymore it needs replacement of battery.
Thanks.

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