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This outlet provides full-time protection from surges even if the Back-UPS ES is switchedOFF. Plug your printer, fax machine, scanner, or other peripheral that does not need batterypower into this outlet.
These outlets are powered whenever the Back-UPS ES is switched ON. During a power cutor other utility problem (low and high voltages), these outlets will be powered for a limitedtime by the Back-UPS ES. Plug a computer, monitor, and one other device into these outlets.Plug the Back-UPS ES power cord directly into a wall outlet; not a surgeprotector or power strip.
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Ensure the following items are inside the box:•User’s Manual•Safety Manual•Warranty Registration Card•PowerChute
Personal Edition SoftwareNotify the reseller if damage is found. Please fill out theWarranty Registration Card, or fill out an on-line form atwww.apc.com/in, to obtain warranty coverage.Place the UPS:•Provide 5 cm clearance at the top and sides for adequate airflow around the UPS.•Avoid direct sunlight.•Avoid excessive heat.•Avoid excessive humidity or liquids.•Avoid excessive dust.
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Back-UPS ES 650
® Press the ON/OFF switch to power the unit ON.
A single short beep and the green “Power On”indicator confirms that Back-UPS ES is on and readyto provide protection.The Back-UPS ES should charge for at least 16 hoursto ensure sufficient runtime. The unit is being chargedwhenever it is connected to utility power.
Connect Universal Serial Bus (USB) Cable andInstall PowerChute® Personal Edition Software
The supplied USB cable and software provideautomatic file saving and shutdown of the operatingsystem in the case of a sustained power cut.Connect the USB cable to the Back-UPS ES DataPort. Connect the other end of the cable tocomputer’s USB port. When installed the software willautomatically find the USB Port of your computer.Place the PowerChute Personal Edition Software CD-ROM into your computer and follow the installationinstructions on the screen.
Transfer Voltage and SensitivityAdjustment
In situations where the Back UPS or connected equipments appears to sensitive to input voltage, It may be necessary to adjust the transfer voltage. This is very simple task requiring use of top panel Pushbutton. To adjust the transfer voltage proceed as follows:1.Plug the Back UPS into the utility power source. The back UPS will be in a standby mode( no indicators lit).2.Press the Top panel pushbutton fully inwards for 10 seconds. The LED will start glowing in a cyclic order GREEN- AMBER-RED. Indicating going in to programming mode.3.The Back UPS will then indicate the current sensitivity as shown in following table.4.To select the low Sensitivity setting, Press the push button until the LED turns to GREEN Flashing5.To select the Medium sensitivity setting. Press the push button until the LED turns to AMBER Flashing6.To select the High sensitivity setting Press the Push button until the LED turns to RED flashing.7.The unit will exit from programming mode automatically after the sensitivity selection is done. The LED will start glowing in cyclic order GREEN-AMBER-RED twice indicating the Exit from the programming mode.
Indicators FlashingSensitivity SettingInput Voltage Range (For utility operation)Use when
Green Flashing LOW156 - 290 Input voltage is extremely low or high.Not recommended for computer loads Amber Flashing MEDIUM (Factory default)160- 280Back UPS frequently goes On Battery Red Flashing High 166 - 270Connected equipment is sensitive to voltage fluctuations(Recommended)
The Back-UPS ES indicates operating status using a combination of visual and audible indicators.
Status LEDAudible IndicationStatusAlarm Terminates When
- UPS is supplying conditioned AC power to the connected equipment.n/a Amber4 beeps every 43 seconds
- UPS is supplying battery power to the equipment connected to the Battery outlets.The UPS transfers back to On Line operation, or when the UPS is turned off. AmberConstant “beep..beep ..beep..”
Low Battery Warning
- UPS is supplying battery power to the equipment connected to the Battery outlets and the battery is near exhaustion.The UPS transfers back to On Line operation, or when the UPS is turned off. Amber, flashing
-UPS software is running a diagnostic test.The UPS is turned off with the power switch or when the test is completed.RedBeeps for 1 minute every 5 hours.
- occurs when the battery fails self-test.The UPS is turned off with the power switch or the battery is replaced.RedConstant “eeeeeee...” tone.
- Occurs when one or more of the battery powered outlets is overloaded.The UPS is turned off with the power switch, or the equipment connected to the overloaded outlet(s) is disconnected. Alternating Amber and GreenShutdown - Occurs when the UPS is operating On Battery and has shutdown the applications running on the connected computer and has shutdown the computer N/A
Order Replacement Battery
Replace with an APC qualified battery. Replacement batteries can beordered from APC Global Services. Have your Back-UPS ES modelnumber available when ordering. Your model number can be found on thebottom of the unit.
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Power SwitchUPS StatusIndicator (Green - OKRed - See User Manual)
Wall OutletModem/Phone/FaxComputer USB Port
Back-UPS ES protects a single line (2-wire) fax, modem or phone from surges when it isconnected through the Back-UPS ES as shown.
Back-UPS 650 Side ViewNote the location of the Press-to-Reset CircuitBreaker (see Troubleshooting for use).
See the Troubleshooting section for additional assistance.