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  1. MUZAKKIR New Member

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    i hv intex 600va 360w ups when lights gone computer shuts of and ups gives me continuous long beep and ups led not running my specs: intel dg41rq,e5400,2gb ddr2 kingston 800,seagate 500gb sata,zotac gts 450,corsair cx 500
     
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    This is a horrible second post. The way the sentence is structured makes me cross eyed. Please use proper English and punctuation.

    From what I can make out, your UPS battery is dieing.
     
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    lol , i didn't understand nothing he said ^^"
     
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    it is hard to read, but i think as brandon said the battery is dying/dead. he said the
    ups gives a long beep and no led, and the computer shuts off. that to me is either
    the battery or the circuit board itself. either way not cheap.
     
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    my pc shut down suddenly and ups gives continuous beep
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    throw the UPS away and get a new one
     
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    1) How old is the UPS? Given that older/cheaper ones use lead-acid battery cells they do have a time that they will die.
    2) Is this a problem when the power goes out, and the UPS has to provide electricity? Is this a problem when hooked directly into the wall? When does it occur?
    3) Model # for your unit? The Intex website lists the reason that the unit would be blinking, but without a model number we can't really help without suggesting that the UPS is dead and should be replaced.

    http://www.intextechnologies.com/webpages/Intexhome-ups.aspx?cat=Power Products&subcat=Home UPS
     
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    I agree. From what I understood its two things.

    1. Your battery maybe dieing.
    2. Your UPS is overloaded when under DC power. Unplug a few things and see if that fixes the issue.
     
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    but overall wattage of my system not exceed 350w at full load and its a 360w ups the problem which i mentioned above occurs some time
     
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    Thats WAY to close man. You need a bigger UPS. A UPS will be rated at 350w but over time the DC power "degrades". Batteries dont last forever ya know?
     
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    ITS DEAD BUY A NEW ONE!!

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