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Tripp Lite OMNI1000LCD Owner's Manual

Tripp lite power supply user manual.

 
OMNI1000LCD, SMART1000LCD
Important Safety Instructions
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
This manual contains instructions and warnings that should be followed during the installation, operation and storage of all
Tripp Lite UPS Systems. Failure to heed these warnings will void your warranty.
UPS Location Warnings
• The UPS is designed for indoor use only in a controlled environment, away from excess moisture, heat/cold, conductive contam-
inants, dust or direct sunlight.
• Leave adequate space around all sides of the UPS for proper ventilation.
UPS Connection Warnings
• Connect your UPS directly to a properly grounded AC power outlet. Do not plug the UPS into itself; this will damage the UPS.
• Do not modify the UPS's plug, and do not use an adapter that would eliminate the UPS's ground connection.
• Do not use extension cords to connect the UPS to an AC outlet. Your warranty will be voided if anything other than Tripp Lite
surge suppressors are used to connect your UPS to an outlet.
• If the UPS receives power from a motor-powered AC generator, the generator must provide clean, filtered, computer-grade output.
Equipment Connection Warnings
• Do not use Tripp Lite UPS Systems for life support applications in which a malfunction or failure of a Tripp Lite UPS System
could cause failure or significantly alter the performance of a life support device.
• Do not connect surge suppressors or extension cords to the output of your UPS. This might damage the UPS and will void the surge
suppressor and UPS warranties.
Battery Warnings
• Your UPS does not require routine maintenance. Do not open your UPS for any reason. There are no user-serviceable parts inside.
• Batteries can present a risk of electrical shock and burn from high short-circuit current. Observe proper precautions. Do not dis-
pose of the batteries in a fire. Do not open the UPS or batteries. Do not short or bridge the battery terminals with any object. Unplug
and turn off the UPS before performing battery replacement. Use tools with insulated handles. There are no user-serviceable parts
inside the UPS. Battery replacement should be performed only by authorized service personnel using the same number and type
of batteries (sealed Lead-Acid). The batteries are recyclable. Refer to your local codes for disposal requirements or in the USA
only call 1-800-SAV-LEAD or 1-800-8-BATTERY (1-800-822-8837) or visit www.rbrc.com for recycling information. Tripp Lite
offers a complete line of replacement batteries at www.tripplite.com.
• Do not attempt to add external batteries to the UPS.
Quick Installation
STEP 1: Place the UPS in either a horizontal or vertical ("tower") position. The UPS's housing is designed with sides that slope
slightly in order to tilt the LCD Display up for easy viewing in either position—horizontal or vertical. As another aid to easy
viewing, the LCD Display can be rotated. To rotate the display: carefully insert a small tool in the slots on the sides of the dis-
play to pop it out of the UPS housing; rotate the display, and snap it back into the UPS housing.
CAUTION: To safely balance the UPS when it is placed in a vertical ("tower") position, make sure the LCD Display is
located at the top of the front panel.
STEP 2: Plug the UPS into an outlet that doesn't share a circuit with a heavy electrical load.*
* An air conditioner, refrigerator, etc.
After plugging the UPS into a wall outlet, push the ON/OFF button for one second to turn the UPS on (see Basic Operation sec-
tion). Please Note! The UPS will not turn on automatically in the presence of live utility power.
STEP 3: Plug your equipment into the UPS: Select outlets (see diagram) will provide battery backup and surge protection; plug
your computer, monitor and other critical devices here.* Select outlets (see diagram) will provide surge protection only; plug
your printer and other non-essential devices here.
* Your UPS is designed to support electronic equipment only. You will overload the UPS if the total VA ratings for all the equipment you connect to the Battery Backup
Protected/Surge Protected outlets exceeds the UPS's Output Capacity. To find your equipment's VA ratings, look on their nameplates. If the equipment is listed in amps, multiply
the number of amps by 120 to determine VA. (Example: 1 amp × 120 = 120 VA). If you are unsure if you have overloaded the Battery Backup Protected/Surge Protected outlets,
run a self-test (see "MUTE/TEST" Button description).
CAUTION: The UPS must be plugged into a live AC outlet and turned on for 24 hours after initial installation to fully
charge the UPS's internal battery. Your connected equipment will receive utility-supplied AC power (if present) immediate-
ly after the UPS is plugged in and turned on; however, your connected equipment may not receive full battery backup in
the event of a blackout or severe brownout unless the UPS's internal battery is fully charged.
Basic Operation
(Front Panel)
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"ON/OFF" Button
• To turn the UPS on: Press and hold the ON/OFF Button for one second.* If utility power is absent, pressing the Button will
"cold-start" the UPS, i.e. turn it on and supply power from its battery.**
• To turn the UPS off: Press and hold the ON/OFF Button for one second.* The UPS will be turned completely off (deactivated).
* The alarm will beep once briefly after one second has passed. ** Providing runtime proportionate to the UPS battery's level of charge.
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"MUTE/TEST" Button
• To Silence (or "Mute") UPS Alarms: briefly press and release the MUTE/TEST button. Note: continuous alarms (warning
you to immediately shut down connected equipment) cannot be silenced.
• To Run a Self-Test: with your UPS plugged in and turned on, press and hold the MUTE/TEST button for two seconds.
Continue holding the button until the alarm beeps several times and the UPS performs a self-test. See "Results of a Self-Test"
below. Note: you can leave connected equipment on during a self-test.
CAUTION! Do not unplug your UPS to test its battery. This will remove safe electrical grounding and may introduce a
damaging surge into your network connections.
Results of a Self-Test: The test will last approximately 10 seconds as the UPS switches to battery to test its load capacity and
charge. All LCD Display icons will be illuminated and the UPS alarm will sound.
• If the "FAULT" icon remains lit and the alarm continues to sound after the test, the battery-supported outlets are overloaded.
To clear the overload, unplug some of your equipment from the battery-supported outlets and run the self-test repeatedly until
the "FAULT" icon is no longer lit and the alarm is no longer sounding.
CAUTION! Any overload that is not corrected by the user immediately following a self-test may cause the UPS to shut
down and cease supplying output power in the event of a blackout or brownout.
• If the "REPLACE" icon remains lit and the alarm continues to sound after the test, the UPS batteries need to be recharged
or replaced. Allow the UPS to recharge continuously for 24 hours, and repeat the self-test. If the icon continues to
illuminate after repeated self tests, contact Tripp Lite for service. Battery replacement should only be performed by
qualified service personnel. If the UPS requires battery replacement, Tripp Lite offers a complete line of replacement
batteries at www.tripplite.com.
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LCD Display
The LCD Display indicates a variety of UPS operational conditions. All descriptions apply when the UPS is plugged into an AC
outlet and turned on. The LCD Display can be rotated for easy viewing, regardless of whether the UPS is in a horizontal or ver-
tical ("tower") position. To rotate the display: insert a small tool in the slots on the sides of the display to pop it out of the UPS
housing; rotate the display, and snap it back into the UPS housing.
3a) "INPUT VOLTAGE" Meter: This meter measures, in real time, the AC voltage that the UPS system is receiving from
the utility wall outlet. Although the Meter may occasionally display input voltages which stray (due to poor quality utility serv-
ice) outside the range of standard computer tolerance, rest assured that the UPS is designed (through the use of automatic volt-
age regulation) to continuously supply connected equipment with stable, computer-grade output voltage. In the event of a
blackout (power loss), severe brownout (low power) or overvoltage (high power), the UPS will rely on its internal battery to
supply computer-grade output voltage. The Input Voltage Meter can be used as a diagnostic tool to identify poor quality input
power. By plugging the UPS into different outlets within a facility, you can identify individual circuits that are consistently
providing low power, which can be caused by the combined equipment load demanding more power than the circuit is
designed to supply. If all circuits within a facility consistently provide low power, the facility may be served by inadequate
utility service or may be in an industrial or commercial area with an overburdened power grid.
3b) "BATTERY CAPACITY" Meter: This meter displays the approximate charge level (in 20% increments) of the UPS's
internal battery. During a blackout or severe brownout, the UPS will switch to battery power, the "ON BAT" icon will be illu-
minated, and the charge level will deplete.
3c) "AVR" (Automatic Voltage Regulation) Icon: This icon will illuminate whenever your UPS is automatically correcting
low AC line voltage without depleting battery power. This is a normal, automatic operation of your UPS, and no action is
required on your part.
3d) "REPLACE" (Battery Recharge/Replace) Icon: This icon will illuminate and an alarm will sound after a self-test to
indicate the UPS battery needs to be recharged or replaced. Allow the UPS to recharge continuously for 24 hours, and repeat
the self-test. If the icon continues to illuminate, contact Tripp Lite for service. Battery replacement should only be performed
by qualified service personnel. If the UPS requires battery replacement, Tripp Lite offers a complete line of replacement bat-
teries at www.tripplite.com.
3e) "ON BAT" (On Battery) Icon: During a severe brownout or blackout, this icon illuminates and an alarm sounds (4 short
beeps followed by a pause) to indicate the UPS is operating from its internal batteries. Monitor the "Battery Capacity" Meter
to determine the approximate battery charge level available to support equipment. During a prolonged brownout or blackout,
the alarm will sound continuously (and the "BATTERY CAPACITY" Meter will show one 20% capacity segment shaded) to
indicate the UPS's batteries are nearly out of power; you should save files and shut down your equipment immediately.
3f) "FAULT" Icon: This icon will illuminate and an alarm will sound after a self-test to indicate the battery-supported outlets
are overloaded. To clear the overload, unplug some of your equipment from the battery-supported outlets and run the self-test
repeatedly until the icon is no longer illuminated and the alarm is no longer sounding.
CAUTION! Any overload that is not corrected by the user immediately following a self-test may cause the UPS to shut
down and cease supplying output power in the event of a blackout or brownout.
Manual del propietario • Manuel du propriétaire
OMNI1000LCD, SMART1000LCD, OMNI900LCD
Sistemas UPS interactivos con la línea
No apropiado para aplicaciones móviles
Instrucciones de seguridad importantes
GUARDE ESTAS INSTRUCCIONES
Este manual contiene instrucciones y advertencias que deben seguirse durante la instalación, operación y almacenamiento de todos los
UPS de Tripp Lite. El incumplimiento de estas advertencias anulará su garantía.
Advertencias sobre la ubicación del UPS
• El UPS está diseñado sólo para empleo en interiores en un ambiente controlado, lejos del exceso de humedad, calor/frío, contaminantes
conductores, polvo o luz solar directa.
• Deje una cantidad de espacio adecuada alrededor del UPS para una buena ventilación.
Advertencias sobre la conexión del UPS
• Conecte su UPS directamente a una toma de corriente de CA puesta a tierra apropiadamente. No conecte el UPS a si mismo ya que se dañará.
• No modifique el enchufe del UPS ni emplee un adaptador que elimine su conexión a tierra.
• No use cordones de extensión para conectar el UPS a una toma de CA. Su garantía quedará anulada si utiliza cualquier dispositivo que no
sea un supresor de sobretensiones Tripp Lite para conectar su UPS a una toma de corriente.
• Si el UPS recibe energía de un generador de CA accionado por motor, el generador debe proporcionar una salida limpia y filtrada de grado
computadora.
Advertencias sobre la conexión de equipos
• No utilice sistemas UPS de Tripp Lite para aplicaciones de soporte de vida en las que un funcionamiento defectuoso o una falla del UPS
pudiera causar un mal funcionamiento o una alteración importante en el funcionamiento de un dispositivo de soporte de vida.
• No conecte supresores de sobretensiones ni cordones de extensión a la salida de su UPS. Esto puede dañar el UPS y anular las garantías del
supresor y del UPS.
Advertencias sobre la batería
• Su UPS no requiere ningún mantenimiento de rutina. No lo abra por ningún motivo. No hay partes en su interior que requieran manten-
imiento por parte del usuario.
• Las baterías presentan un peligro de choque eléctrico y quemaduras como producto de las altas corrientes de cortocircuito. Observe las pre-
cauciones apropiadas. No deseche las baterías en un incinerador. No abra el UPS ni las baterías. No ponga los terminales de las baterías en
corto o en puente con ningún objeto. Apague y desconecte el UPS antes de reemplazar una batería. Use herramientas con mangos aislados.
No hay piezas que el usuario pueda reparar dentro del UPS. El reemplazo de baterías debe ser realizado solamente por personal de servicio
autorizado usando la misma cantidad y tipo de baterías (plomo-ácido, selladas). Las baterías son reciclables. Consulte la reglamentación
local para los requisitos de disposición de desechos; en los EE.UU. llame al 1-800-SAV-LEAD o al 1-800-8-BATTERY (1-800-822-8837)
o visite www.rbrc.com para obtener información sobre el proceso de reciclaje. Tripp Lite ofrece una línea completa de baterías de reempla-
zo en www.tripplite.com.
• No trate de agregar baterías externas al UPS.
Owner's Manual
OMNI900LCD
Line-Interactive UPS Systems
Not suitable for mobile applications
Copyright © 2005 Tripp Lite. All rights reserved. All copyrights are the property of their respective owners.
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ON/OFF Button
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USB Port
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5
Basic Operation
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Surge-Only Protected Outlets: Provide surge and line noise protection, not battery backup. Plug equipment (such as a printer,
scanner or fax machine) that does not require battery backup during a utility power failure into these outlets.
5
Battery Backup Protected/Surge Protected Outlets: Provide both battery backup and surge protection. Plug your computer,
monitor and other critical equipment into these outlets. NOTE: DO NOT PLUG LASER PRINTERS INTO THESE OUTLETS.
6
USB Communication Port: This port can connect your UPS to a computer in order to automatically save open files and shut
down the computer if it is left unattended during an extended power failure. Use with Tripp Lite's PowerAlert Software and
appropriate USB cable. A PowerAlert CD and USB cable are included with select models. If PowerAlert is included with your
model, insert the CD into the CD tray of your computer and follow the installation instructions. If PowerAlert Software and the
appropriate cable did not come with your UPS, you can obtain the software FREE via the Web at www.tripplite.com. Any user-
supplied USB cable may then be used to connect your UPS to your computer. Note: This connection is optional. The UPS will
work properly without this connection. Also Note: This UPS System automatically provides basic communication compatibili-
ty with most integrated Windows
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Tel/DSL Protection Jacks (select models only): RJ-style jacks protect connected equipment by stopping surges on a single phone,
fax or modem line. Connect a phone cord from the wall jack directly to the Tel/DSL jack labeled "IN." Connect a phone cord from the
Tel/DSL jack labeled "OUT" directly to the device to be protected. The UPS system must always be the first item connected in line
from the wall jack. The UPS system must be plugged into a 3-wire grounded AC outlet for Tel/DSL line surge protection to work.
Connecting your equipment to these jacks is optional. Your UPS will work properly without this connection.
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Coax Protection Jacks (select models only): gold coaxial "F" connectors protect connected equipment by stopping surges on a
single DSS satellite, cable or antenna line. Connect a coaxial cable from the wall jack directly to the coaxial jack labeled "IN."
Connect a coaxial cable from the coaxial jack labeled "OUT" directly to the device to be protected. The UPS system must always
be the first item connected in line from the coaxial wall jack. The UPS system must be plugged into a 3-wire grounded AC outlet
for coaxial line surge protection to work. Make sure coax cables connected to satellite dishes, antennas, etc. are also grounded.
Connecting your equipment to these jacks is optional. Your UPS will work properly without this connection.
Battery Replacement (back panel, not shown): Under normal conditions, the original battery in your UPS will last several
years. Battery replacement should be performed only by qualified service personnel. During battery replacement, qualified
service personnel should refer to "Battery Warnings" in the Safety section and should observe the following procedure: turn the
UPS off, unplug the power cord and remove the two screws on the UPS back panel to access the internal battery. Tripp Lite offers a
complete line of replacement batteries at www.tripplite.com.
Storage & Service
Storage
To avoid battery drain, all connected equipment should be turned off and disconnected from the UPS. Press and hold the ON/OFF
button for one second. Your UPS will be completely turned off (deactivated), and will be ready for storage. If you plan on storing
your UPS for an extended period, fully recharge the UPS batteries every three months. Plug the UPS into a live AC outlet, turn it on
by pressing and holding the ON/OFF button for one second, and allow the batteries to recharge for 24 hours. If you leave your UPS
batteries discharged for a long period of time, they will suffer a permanent loss of capacity.
Service
Before returning your UPS for service, follow these steps: 1. Review the installation and operation instructions in this manual to
ensure that the service problem does not originate from a misreading of the instructions. 2. If the problem continues, do not contact
or return the UPS to the dealer. Instead, call Tripp Lite at (773) 869-1233. A service technician will ask for the UPS's model number,
serial number and purchase date and will attempt to correct the problem over the phone. 3. If the problem requires service, the
technician will issue you a Returned Material Authorization (RMA) number, which is required for service. If you require packaging,
the technician can arrange to send you proper packaging. Securely pack the UPS to avoid damage during shipping. Do not use
Styrofoam beads for packaging. Any damages (direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential) to the UPS incurred during
shipment to Tripp Lite or an authorized Tripp Lite service center is not covered under warranty. UPS Systems shipped to Tripp Lite
or an authorized Tripp Lite service center must have transportation charges prepaid. Mark the RMA number on the outside of the
package. If the UPS System is within the 2-year warranty period, enclose a copy of your sales receipt. Return the UPS for service
using an insured carrier to the address given to you by the Tripp Lite service technician.
WARRANTY REGISTRATION
Visit www.tripplite.com/warranty today to register the warranty for your new Tripp Lite product. You'll be automatically entered
into a drawing for a chance to win a FREE Tripp Lite product! *
* No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. Some restrictions apply. See website for details.
FCC Part 68 Notice (United States Only)
If your Modem/Fax Protection causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone company may temporarily discontinue your service. If possible, they will notify you in
advance. If advance notice isn't practical, you will be notified as soon as possible. You will be advised of your right to file a complaint with the FCC. Your telephone
company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operations or procedures that could affect the proper operation of your equipment. If it does, you will be given
advance notice to give you an opportunity to maintain uninterrupted service. If you experience trouble with this equipment's Modem/Fax Protection, please call Tripp Lite
Technical Support at (773) 869-1234 for repair/warranty information. The telephone company may ask you to disconnect this equipment from the network until the problem
has been corrected or you are sure the equipment is not malfunctioning. There are no repairs that can be made by the customer to the Modem/Fax Protection. This
equipment may not be used on coin service provided by the telephone company. Connection to party lines is subject to state tariffs. (Contact your state public utility
commission or corporation commission for information.)
FCC Radio/TV Interference Notice (U.S. only)
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy, and if not
installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not
occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off
and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference using one or more of the following measures: reorient or relocate the receiving antenna; increase the
separation between the equipment and the receiver; connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that which the receiver is connected; consult the dealer
or an experienced radio/television technician for help. The user must use shielded cables and connectors with this product. Any changes or modifications to this product
not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. This device complies with part 15 of the FCC
rules. Operation is subject to the following 2 conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) This device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Equipment Attachment Limitations (models with the Industry Canada label in Canada only)
NOTICE: The Industry Canada label identifies certified equipment. This certification means that the equipment meets the telecommunications network protective,
operational and safety requirements as prescribed in the appropriate Terminal Equipment Technical Requirements Document(s). The Department does not guarantee the
equipment will operate to the user's satisfaction.
Before installing this equipment, users should ensure that it is permissible to be connected to the facilities of the local telecommunications company. The equipment must
also be installed using an acceptable method of connection. The customer should be aware that the compliance with the above conditions might not prevent degradation
of service in some situations.
Repairs to certified equipment should be coordinated by a representative designated by the supplier. Any repairs or alterations made by the user to this equipment, or
equipment malfunctions, may give the telecommunications company cause to request the user to disconnect the equipment.
Users should ensure for their own protection that the electrical ground connections of the power utility, telephone lines and internal metallic water pipe system, if present,
are connected together. This precaution may be particularly important in rural areas. Caution: Users should not attempt to make connections themselves, but should
contact the appropriate electric inspection authority, or electrician, as appropriate.
Note on Labeling
Two symbols are used on the label.
V~ : AC Voltage
V
: DC Voltage
1111 W. 35th Street • Chicago, IL 60609 USA
(773) 869-1234 • www.tripplite.com
OMNI1000LCD, SMART1000LCD, OMNI900LCD
Consignes de sécurité importantes
CONSERVEZ CES INSTRUCTIONS
Ce manuel contient des instructions et avertissements qui doivent être suivis pendant l'installation, l'opération et l'entreposage de tous
les systèmes Tripp Lite UPS. Ne pas vous conformer à ces avertissements annulera votre garantie.
Avertissements de l'environnement de l'UPS
• Le UPS est conçu pour une utilisation à l'intérieur seulement, dans un environnement contrôlé, loin de tout excès d'humidité, de la chaleur
ou du froid, des contaminants conducteurs, de la poussière ou de la lumière directe du soleil.
• Laissez suffisamment d'espace autour de tous les côtés du UPS pour assurer une ventilation adéquate.
Avertissements de connexion du UPS
• Branchez directement votre UPS dans une sortie d'alimentation c.a. adéquatement mise à la terre. Ne branchez pas le UPS en lui-même ;
cela l'endommagerait.
• Ne modifiez pas la prise du UPS et n'utilisez pas un adaptateur qui éliminerait la connexion de mise à la terre du UPS.
• N'utilisez pas de rallonge électrique pour brancher le UPS à une sortie c.a. Votre garantie s'annulera si vous utilisez quoi que ce soit d'autre
que les limiteurs de surtension Tripp Lite pour brancher votre UPS à une sortie.
• Si le UPS reçoit son alimentation d'un générateur c.a. à moteur, ce dernier doit offrir une sortie propre, filtrée et de catégorie ordinateur.
Avertissements de connexion de l'équipement
• N'utilisez pas le système UPS de Tripp Lite comme système de maintien des fonctions vitales si sa défaillance ou son mauvais fonctionnement
pouvait causer un arrêt ou modifier significativement ce dispositif de maintien.
• Ne branchez ni limiteurs de surtension ni rallonge électrique à la sortie de votre UPS. Cela pourrait endommager le UPS et annulerait les
garanties du limiteur de surtension et du UPS.
Avertissements de pile
• Votre UPS n'exige aucun entretien routinier. N'ouvrez jamais votre UPS. Il ne contient aucune pièce nécessitant un entretien de la part de
l'utilisateur.
• Les piles présentent un risque de choc électrique ou de brûlure à cause du courant élevé du court-circuit. Respectez les précautions appro-
priées. Ne jetez pas les piles au feu. N'ouvrez pas le UPS ou les piles. Ne court-circuitez pas et ne reliez pas les bornes de la pile avec aucun
objet. Débranchez et éteignez le UPS avant de remplacer la pile. Utilisez des outils à poignées isolées. Il n'y a aucune pièce nécessitant un
entretien de la part de l'utilisateur à l'intérieur du UPS. Le remplacement des piles doit être effectué par un personnel de service qualifié et
celles-ci doivent être remplacées par le même nombre et le même type de piles neuves (pile de type accumulateur au plomb scellée). Les
piles sont recyclables. Consultez les codes locaux pour connaître les exigences de mise au rebut, ou aux É.-U. seulement appelez au 1-800-
SAV-LEAD ou au 1-800-8-BATTERY (1-800-8-228-8379) ou encore visitez le site www.rbrc.com pour obtenir des renseignements sur le
recyclage. Tripp Lite offre une gamme complète de piles de remplacement à l'adresse www.tripplite.com.
• N'essayez pas d'ajouter des piles externes au UPS.
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MUTE/TEST Button
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Tel/DSL Jacks
Coax Jacks
Surge-Only Protected Outlets
Battery Backup/Surge Protected Outlets
(Rear Panel)
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®
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, Macintosh
and Linux
power management applications.
Regulatory Compliance Identification Numbers
For the purpose of regulatory compliance certifications and identification, your Tripp Lite product has
been assigned a unique series number. The series number can be found on the product nameplate
label, along with all required approval markings and information. When requesting compliance informa-
tion for this product, always refer to the series number. The series number should not be confused with
the marking name or model number of the product.
This product designed and engineered in the USA.
Systèmes UPS en conduit interactif
Non adapté aux applications mobiles
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Summary of Contents

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    • Do not modify the UPS’s plug, and do not use an adapter that would eliminate the UPS’s ground connection. • Do not use extension cords to connect the UPS to an AC outlet. Your warranty will be voided if anything other than Tripp Lite surge suppressors are used to connect your UPS to an outlet.

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    1. Para hacer válida su garantía no podran exigirse mayores requisitos que la presentación de esta poliza junto con el producto en el lugar donde fue adquirido. 2. TRIPP LITE, se compromete a reparar, y en caso de que a su juicio no sea posible la reparación, a cambiar el equipo, así como las piezas y componentes defectuosos del mismo sin cargo alguno para el propietario durante el periodo de garantia, asi como los gastos de transportacion del producto que deriven de su cumplimiento, dentro de su red de servicio.

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