[Nut-upsuser] APC UPS: replacement battery always triggers shutdown
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Mon Nov 26 19:42:36 UTC 2012
Michal, Kastus, Jack,
I have a similar request sitting in the Features requests for years:
would you please unite your efforts and bring a patch for NUT FAQ (or the
thanks a lot!
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2012/11/11 Kastus Shchuka <ks-nut at tprfct.net>
> On Sun, Nov 11, 2012 at 07:21:35AM -0800, JS wrote:
> > I followed this procedure (charging the battery fully, letting it drain
> off a token load while UPS is grounded on a surge protector) but it did not
> > Perhaps I missed something running this procedure; if anyone has
> suggestions for solving this they'd be greatly appreciated.
> I've been in the same situation after replacing the battery in SC620I
> Then I found
> and followed the procedure:
> 1. Shutdown the apcupsd daemon.
> 2. Run apctest
> 3. Choose option 6 to enter terminal mode
> 4. Enter Y (UPS should respond SM)
> 5. Enter 1 (one, not el; wait 4 seconds)
> 6. Enter 1 (one, not el; UPS should respond PROG)
> 7. Enter 0 (zero, not oh; UPS should respond with current constant)
> 8. Enter + (plus) or - (minus) to increment/decrement the value
> 9. Enter R to reprogram constant value (UPS should respond Bye)
> 10. Enter Y (UPS should respond SM)
> 11. Enter 0 (zero, not oh; UPS should respond with the new constant)
> 12. Enter Esc to exit terminal mode
> 13. Choose option 7 to exit apctest.
> The value to store in the register 0 differs by the model. There is a table
> posted in the middle of the thread. I hope your model is listed there.
> If you cannot find your model, you may want to try experimenting with
> In my case, after updating register 0, my UPS is back to 42 min runtime.
> Hope this helps.
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