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Change self test interval

Change self test interval

Change self test interval

I am running a Smart UPS 750 with Business Edition Basic verion 7.02 on my Windows 2003 SP1 server. Is it possible to change the time interval between self tests? It is set to every two weeks, but I can't find how to change this interval.

Thanks in advance.

RE: Change self test interval

OK, I know this is a rather old thread, but it has been helpful to me in setting up our in-office UPS over two servers. I have a quick question though.

My UPS reports power failure/restored a couple times a week which only last about 1 to 2 minutes. If I have this command file in the shutdown sequence, I know it'll go off at whatever time interval I say, but will it still run the command if the power is restored? This may be a silly question.  

RE: Change self test interval

Sorry, wrong thread. I'll post in the right thread.

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