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Powerware 9120 700i. 2 internal 12V batteries. Configuration correct. Display shows "UPS off." Holding in the POWER button has no effect. Battery charging voltage is 28.1V. Fan runs when plugged in to wall. No AC output. A UPS manual -- minimally a motherboard schematic -- is required. Assistance would be greatly appreciated.

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Contact Powerware and request the motherboard schematic diagram.

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SOURCE: Powerware 9120. 1500i UPS

You can download the manual and other literature at
http://www.powerware.com/EMEA/UPS/9120_info.asp

The contacts for support in India are found at
http://www.powerware.com/India/Service_Support/IN_Office_Contact.asp

They offer a battery monitoring software package, at
http://www.powerware.com/India/Service_Support/IN_Battery_Services.asp

You can email support at http://www.powerware.com/pp/Check.asp?key=code1
Good luck

Posted on Feb 23, 2008

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SOURCE: I have a Powerware 9120 2000 UPS battery failure message

Hi,

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

If not do so.

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Posted on Mar 03, 2009

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SOURCE: control board for powerware 9120 6kva ups

did you get what you needed?

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SOURCE: My UPS Powerware 9120 6kva. At inverter section.

no but I can tell you that for old ups mosfets are used and for new ups IGBT (insulated gate bipolar transistor )are used the IGBTs are not available on shops you have to take help of company

Posted on Mar 08, 2010

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SOURCE: replacement fans for powerware 9120

9120 fans are rare and uncommon, for alternate solution just replaced the bearing of the fan.

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