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FAQ-UPS5000-E works in bypass mode and doesn’t transfer to normal model, what should be done

Publication Date:  2014-10-30 Views:  491 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
UPS5000-E works in bypass mode and doesn’t transfer to normal model, what should be done?
Solution
1) If the UPS working mode is set to ECO mode.Please set the UPS working mode correctly.

2) If the number of bypass transfer times has reached the maximum.Please set the number of bypass transfer times to 0 on the LCD.

3) If the inverter is faulty. Please take the measures provided for fault 18.

NOTE:
Fault 18:The inverter is faulty, and UPS5000-E transfers to bypass mode, what should be done?
1) If an output overload or short circuit occurs. Please reduce loads, or rectify short circuits.
2) If overtemperature protection is triggered. Please add air conditioners or ventilation devices.
3) If a module is faulty. Please replace the module.

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