Even the smallest of home UPS systems comes equipped with a host of features designed to update you on the operational status of your system. Depending on the exact make and model you own, these may include a variety of LED status lights and audible alarms. The problem is, many people are not sure what these lights and alarms mean, so they don’t know how to respond to them. If you invest in a commercial system from UPS Solutions, we’ll provide you with all the information you need on your UPS alarm and warning lights. If you buy a unit from a local retailer, the information below could help you to decode any alarms or warning lights.
Depending on the type of power supply alarm system that your UPS unit is fitted with, you may see any or all of the following indicators.
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There are many causes, including power failure, critical component failure, or battery health.
A continuous audible alarm with a red light almost always means that a critical failure has occurred, and you should contact the manufacturer as soon as possible.
A UPS summary alarm alerts you of an issue through an LED light, an audible alarm, or a computer terminal message. It indicates that one or more of your system’s components is not functioning and requires attention.
A red light on your UPS typically indicates that a critical failure has occurred and your system is not working to meet its function and your needs. You should seek advice from your supplier and manufacturer.