Did you know the battery in your UPS System only lasts three to five years? If you’ve owned a UPS system for a few years or more, the time for a battery replacement may be near.
How do you know if you need to replace your UPS battery? You should consult your original owner’s manual for troubleshooting steps to verify that an expired battery is the likely problem. Verification usually involves interpreting front panel LEDs (if present) and initiating system self-tests (if available). It may be helpful to recharge your UPS overnight with no equipment connected. Once charged, retest the UPS for battery power operation. If no battery support is observed, a battery replacement should solve the problem.
Replacing the battery in your UPS System will:
- Extend the operating life of your UPS System
- Deliver up to 30% longer runtime than basic replacement batteries
- Save you money by replacing the battery, not the entire UPS System
Use our UPS Replacement Battery Selector to find your UPS battery quickly and easily, including models for other brands!