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Installation
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Connect Battery
Connect Equipment
Connect the Phone
The Back-UPS is shipped with the internal battery
to the Back-UPS
Line to Surge Protection
disconnected. Remove the battery cover and
Battery Back Up Outlets (qty. of 3). These
The telephone ports provide lightning surge
connect the battery, as shown below. Refer to
®
outlets provide battery back-up, surge protection,
protection for any device connected to the telephone
Replacing the Battery for additional information.
and Electro-magnetic Interference (EMI) filtering.
line (computer, modem, fax or telephone). The
In case of power outage, battery power is
telephone ports are compatible with Home Phoneline
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automatically provided to these outlets. Power
Networking Alliance (HPNA) and Digital Suscriber
(facility or battery) is not supplied to these outlets
Line (DSL) standards, as well as all modem data
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when the Back-UPS is switched  Off. Connect a
rates. Connect as shown.
computer, monitor, external disk or CD-ROM
Back-UPS™
drive to these outlets.
The optional USB Data Port connection is described
in step 5.
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Surge Only Outlets (qty. of 2). These outlets are
always On (when facility power is available) and
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are not controlled by the  On/Off switch. These
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outlets do not provide power during a power
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outage. Connect a printer, fax machine or scanner
(end view)
to these outlets.
User’s Manual
Cable Management Feature.  For convenience,
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the Back-UPS provides a method for integral cable
management (see below).
Computer USB
Port
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Placement
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Avoid placing the Back-UPS in direct sunlight,
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excessive heat, excessive humidity or in contact
with fluids of any type. For convenience, the
Back-UPS can be mounted on a wall (see Wall
Modem/Phone/Fax
Mount of UPS on the back page).
Battery Back Up
Outlets (3)
Cable
Surge Only
Management
Outlets (2)
Feature
Wall Outlet
Switch on the
Connect USB Cable and Install Software (optional)
Back-UPS
Note: The Back-UPS software CD-ROM provides
3. After installation of the drivers is complete, a
Mac OS 9 (9.0.4 or higher) Users
Note: Allow the Back-UPS to charge for a full eight
data reporting and unattended shutdown of the
“Windows 98 CD-ROM” dialog box may
hours prior to use.
APC Shutdown Manager software has been designed
computer connected to the device.  The User’s
appear.  If this happens, just close the box.
specifically to work with Mac OS 9 (9.0.4 or higher,
Guide contains additional information about the
4. Insert the APC Installation CD-ROM into the
Caution:  The plug on the supply cord is the
except OS X). There are builds of the Mac OS prior to
computer’s drive. The software user
disconnect device for the product. The socket-outlet
Back-UPS software. The User’s Guide is
Mac OS 9.0.4 with power drivers that have known
documentation is a file on the main folder of
that you plug into shall be located near the equipment
contained in the main folder contained in the CD-
problems. Ensure that the most up to date version of
the CD. The filename is Users Guide.pdf.
and shall be easily accessible. The socket outlet must
ROM.
Mac OS 9 (9.0.4 or higher) is installed on the system.
be a grounding type.
5. Follow the installation instructions on the
Attention: USB Hubs
computer screen.
Press the Power On/Off push-button on the Back-
Insert the APC Installation CD-ROM with the APC
UPS.
The Back-UPS should be plugged into the USB
If the software does not automatically install,
Shutdown Manager software into the CD-ROM drive.
port of the computer, not into a USB hub.
the Windows autorun feature may have been
An icon called “APC Shutdown Manager v1.0” will
disabled.  In this case: Choose “Start” in the
appear on the computer desktop. Open the folder and
The computer must be powered  On before
taskbar and then the “Run” option.  Type the
double-click the “ReadMe” file. Ensure that the
connecting the USB cable. Connect the USB cable
following: <CD-ROM drive letter>:setup.exe.
computer’s hardware matches the requirements stated
end (USB symbol facing down) to the USB data
Click “OK”.
in the ReadMe file. Double-click on “APC Shutdown
port located on the side of the Back-UPS. Connect
6. After the installation is complete, the APC plug
Manager v1.0” to begin the installation of the
the other end of the USB cable to the USB port on
icon will appear in the taskbar (near the clock).
software. At the first dialog, click on “Continue”.
the rear panel of the computer.
To view the Power Management user interface,
Read the displayed license agreement and click
double-click on the APC plug taskbar icon or,
Power On/Off
Windows 98® and Windows Me® Users
“Accept” to agree to the terms. Click on “Install” to
alternatively, choose:  Start > Settings >
Push-button
begin. After installation, click on the “Restart” dialog
The APC Power Management Extensions
Control Panel > Power Management.
button to restart the computer.
Note: Windows 98 and Windows Me categorize a
Observe that the following events occur after
software has been designed specifically to work
UPS as an HID (Human Interface Device). The
pressing and releasing the push-button:
with Windows 98 build number 4.10.1998,
All Other Users
Windows 98 SE (Second Edition) 4.10.2222A,
Back-UPS is listed in: Control Panel > System >
Device Manager > HID category > HID
The software is designed for the Windows and
  • The green On-Line indicator flashes.
and Windows Me (Millennium Edition).
Compliant Device.
Macintosh operating systems mentioned in this
To ascertain the build number, go to the Control
  • The yellow  On Battery indicator lights while
section. If one of these operating systems is not
Panel, open the System dialog and view the
Windows 2000® Users
the Self-Test is being performed.
installed on the computer, the Back-UPS will still
System information under the General tab of the
provide these primary features:
dialog. To install the software, perform the
The CD-ROM included with this package
  • When  Self-Test has successfully completed,
following steps:
contains a “wizard” that optimizes a computer
only the green On Line indicator will be lit.
•   Battery backup, surge protection, and telephone
system’s power settings for operation with the
line protection to protect the entire desktop from
1. Please skip to step 4 if running Windows Me.
  • If the internal battery is not connected, (see step
Back-UPS. It does this by changing various
lightning and power surges.
For Windows 98, after connecting the USB
1) the green On Line indicator and red Replace
cable, the “Add New Hardware Wizard” dialog
settings in Power Options Properties in the
Battery indicator will light. The Back-UPS will
•   Runtime needed to work through brief power
box is displayed. Insert a Windows 98
Control Panel. APC strongly advises that the
also emit a series of short beeps for one minute.
disturbances. This allows time to manually save
operating system CD into the computer CD-
computer system be reconfigured by running this
data and shut down safely. 
ROM drive before proceeding.
wizard.
1. Insert the APC Power Management CD-ROM
The  disabled features include Unattended Automatic
2. Follow the installation instructions on the
into the computer’s drive.
Operating System Shutdown and Application Data
computer screen.
Saving.
During installation, Windows will need to
2. Choose “Start” and then the “Run” option.
search for new drivers. When prompted, make
Type:  <CD-ROM drive letter>:setup.exe.
sure the CD-ROM drive box is checked.
Click “OK” and follow the instructions.
Status Indicators and Alarms
Replace the Internal Battery
To replace the internal battery, proceed as follows: 
Note:  Replacing the battery is a safe procedure. However, small sparks may occur
during the process. This is normal.
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Place the unit on a flat surface. Press the battery
Pull the battery out of the housing, exposing the
ON LINE
ON BATTERY
REPLACE BATTERY
OVERLOAD
cover latch and remove the battery cover.
battery wire and connector. Pull up on the battery
connector. Recycle the old battery.
On Line (green) - is lit whenever facility
Replace Battery (red) - is lit when-
power is powering the Battery Backup
ever the battery is near the end of its use-
outlets.
ful life, or if the battery is not connected
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3
(see above). A battery that is near the
On Battery (yellow) - is lit whenever the
end of its useful life has insufficient run-
battery of the Back-UPS is powering
time and should be replaced.
equipment connected to the Battery Back
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Up Outlets.
Beeps for 1 Minute Every 5 Hours  -
this alarm is sounded whenever the
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Single Beep - a short power loss has
battery has failed the automatic
occurred and the Back-UPS briefly
diagnostic test.
goes on battery.
Overload (red) - is lit whenever power
demand has exceeded the capacity of the
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Four Beeps Every 30 Seconds - this
alarm is sounded whenever the Back-
Back-UPS.
UPS is running On Battery. Consider
saving work in progress.
Continuous Tone - this alarm is
sounded whenever the Battery Backup
outlets are overloaded.
Continuous Beeping - this alarm is
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sounded whenever a low battery
condition is reached. Battery run-time
is very low. Promptly save any work
Circuit Breaker - the circuit
in progress and exit all open
breaker button located at the side
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applications. Shutdown the operating
of the Back-UPS will stick out if
system, computer and the Back-UPS.
an overload condition forces the
Connect the new battery to the battery connector.
Slide the tabs on the battery cover into the slots
Back-UPS to disconnect itself
Place the battery into the housing.
in the chassis. Push the battery cover downward
from facility power. If the button
until the battery cover latchs to the housing.
sticks out, disconnect non-
Circuit
essential equipment. Reset the
Breaker
circuit breaker by pushing the
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