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APC Symmetra LX Silence Alarm

APC Symmetra LX Silence Alarm

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My APC Symmetra lx has a battery fault that is causing a audible alarm that is quite annoying. The replacement battery has been ordered but I was wondering if anyone knew how to silence the alarm. I've search all the menu options on the front of the panel and couldn't find a thing. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

RE: APC Symmetra LX Silence Alarm


In the Display menu see if you can change the audible alarm (beeper) criteria to stop the alarm from sounding.

See Chapter 3 of the user manual.

Hope this helps.

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RE: APC Symmetra LX Silence Alarm

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Thanks cmeagan656 that was it.

RE: APC Symmetra LX Silence Alarm


Glad that worked for you. Any alarm like that can be quite annoying after a few minutes.

Hope this helps.

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