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UPS Maintenance Check List

Regular testing shoud be UPS maintenance schedule.

Bi Monthly
• Visual inspection of equipment for loose connections, burned insulation or any other signs of wear.

Once in 6 Months:
• Visually check for liquid contamination from batteries and capacitors.
• Clean and vacuum UPS equipment enclosures.
• Check HVAC equipment and performance related to temperature and humidity.

Annually:
• Conduct thermal scans on electrical connections to ensure all are tight and not generating heat, which is the first and sometimes only indication of a problem. A non-evasive diagnostic tool helps technicians identify hot spots invisible to the human eye. Technicians should retorque if thermal scan provides evidence of a loose connection.
• Provide a complete operational test of the system, including a monitored battery-rundown test to determine if any battery strings or cells are near the end of their useful lives.

Biannually:

• Test UPS transfer switches, circuit breakers and maintenance bypasses.

If a generator is part of the building’s emergency-power system and feeds the UPS, it also will need to be tested monthly or quarterly.

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