Homage UPS Inverter?


#141

I am using HOMAGE UPS for last 2 years its working perfect, HOMAGE UPS is much better than our Desi UPS because at the output we get Modified Sine wave + Regulated output, to compare it with local UPS just run the local UPS @ unload conditions & measure the output voltages it must be around 350V , to resolve the FAN speed + noise issues in HOMAGE UPS u need a device named as "Sine Wave corrector" its available in Market "Made in Germany" I'm doing HOMAGE UPS Repairing as a part time Job,

I also do HOMAGE UPS chipping ..... check this out

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7zapMniHMRM

Regards Engr Asad Hameed (Nustain)

hameeds01@yahoo.com


#142

@xeshu

if u open Mercury radiant 2000 or Homage u will find both r the same Specious, no difference at all . . . just the name is different


#143

I have a desi UPS. It has a knob on the card where the output voltage can be set. I have set it to around 230 at no load. With a load of about 75% of its capacity, voltage drops only 5-6 volts to around 224.


#144

@ zeshan

is ur UPS Modified sine wave ?? what about the Charger does it has a stabilizer in it that can charge the battery even with 150Vac,

does it has a Rapid High current Charger + Steady state Trickle Charger ?? Does ur UPS has overload Protection ?? is it Computerized based ?? Does it has a Chopper Inverter high frequency light weight Transformer?? Whatz the Weight of ur UPS how much Tons of Iron it has ?? how much internal losses does it has ???? Do !@#$ Make desi UPS on the Base of any Calculations or derivations ??

so man how u r comparing a Desi crab with Imported Hi-Tech UPS ??????

u r comparing a Hakeem with a Doctor,

now u tell me which one is better Hakeem or Doctor ????

Doctor has Knowledge & Hakeem has nothing wholly crap


#145

^well you stupid, I haven't mentioned any of the things that you are talking about.

I have just mentioned the output voltage, so stick to only what I have mentioned and don't try to be so smart

you stupid again


#146

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^well you stupid, I haven’t mentioned any of the things that you are talking about.

I have just mentioned the output voltage, so stick to only what I have mentioned and don’t try to be so smart

you stupid again

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Respected Zeshan sir

just mind ur Language & learn some Manners be a man naaa…

Regards Engr Asad hameed

hameeds01@yahoo.com


#147

^^ Keep your cool. :/


#148

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From the calculator, with the load you mention earlier, your total discharge time comes out to be around 1 hrs. If it takes Homage 45 minutes to recharge your battery after use then it follows you are draining your battery below 30% every run. This will surely ruin a normal car battery.

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With a 100Ah battery, and usage of an hour takes 45 min to charge, then how the battery is drained to 30% ? As the charger is 10A so for 45min its 7.5AH. Hence 100-7.5ah=92.5AH still remaining ???


#149

Bump


#150

waiting for the reply


#151

i want to give one ups to a person who is in need of running only ONE fan (ceiling fan) 2 energy savers of 24 watts, i think 500 watts UPS wud b enough but i need to know how much bigger battery (lead acid) wud b enough to handle this load for n hour ?

kindly reply .

please note that the electricity shut down intervals are about 4 hours , so in these 4 hours i guess the battery will b charged enough to act as standby for an hour.

Kindl;y also suggest the brand name of UPS n battery too.

thanks


#152

I have inverter Homage 2000, Due to short circuit we got the error msg on the screen of inverter "FAULT 0" , can any body tell me where is the inverter fuse located?


#153

plz help me my inverter give the error message "FAULT 0"... I replace the fuse because fuse melt due to short ciruit....

plz help me how can I remove this error "FAULT 0",, MY UPS trip..


#154

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Homage provides 10 amps/hr to the battery during charge phase so after running 3 fans your battery should be able to recharge fully within 1 hr, provided you start with a fully charged battery.

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@Raza0007

Can you please explain this by giving calculations ?

10A/Hour provided to battery for one hour and running 3 fans (How much amperage fans consumes when on battery and Wapda)

Regards.


#155

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@Raza0007

Can you please explain this by giving calculations ?

10A/Hour provided to battery for one hour and running 3 fans (How much amperage fans consumes when on battery and Wapda)

Regards.

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Hi Qasim,

Sorry, but I have stopped coming here frequently, so did not see your post before today. Send me a brief email next time so I know.

My calculations were based on this calculator. If you have a 100 AH battery and you run 3 fans of 70 W each, then the total run time would be 2.3 hrs. Meaning your battery will drain to zero after 2.3 hrs, unlikely in real world as homage inverter will shut down when your battery reaches 20% charge-left stage.

So, from the calculator, if you run 3 fans for one hour then your battery is almost 50% drained. At 10 A/h charge rate, technically it should take 5 hrs for your battery to charge back to 100%, however in real world, rate of charging depends on many other factors, so all you can calculate is an approximate figure. For your specific case you can calculate the time homage takes to charge your battery after one hr use.

I hope I answered your questions…


#156

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plz help me my inverter give the error message “FAULT 0”… I replace the fuse because fuse melt due to short ciruit…

plz help me how can I remove this error “FAULT 0”, MY UPS trip…

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Only Homage dealer or authorized service person will be able to tell you how to reset your inverter after replacing your fuze. Each unit/model is different and probably have a different method of resetting.


#157

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From the calculator, with the load you mention earlier, your total discharge time comes out to be around 1 hrs. If it takes Homage 45 minutes to recharge your battery after use then it follows you are draining your battery below 30% every run. This will surely ruin a normal car battery.

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With a 100Ah battery, and usage of an hour takes 45 min to charge, then how the battery is drained to 30% ? As the charger is 10A so for 45min its 7.5AH. Hence 100-7.5ah=92.5AH still remaining ???


#158

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Hi Qasim,

Sorry, but I have stopped coming here frequently, so did not see your post before today. Send me a brief email next time so I know.

My calculations were based on this calculator. If you have a 100 AH battery and you run 3 fans of 70 W each, then the total run time would be 2.3 hrs. Meaning your battery will drain to zero after 2.3 hrs, unlikely in real world as homage inverter will shut down when your battery reaches 20% charge-left stage.

So, from the calculator, if you run 3 fans for one hour then your battery is almost 50% drained. At 10 A/h charge rate, technically it should take 5 hrs for your battery to charge back to 100%, however in real world, rate of charging depends on many other factors, so all you can calculate is an approximate figure. For your specific case you can calculate the time homage takes to charge your battery after one hr use.

I hope I answered your questions…

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Thanks a lot


#159

Thanks a lot for replying


#160

am using Aurora UPS modified SINE Wave 1000VA/600 watts. I am facing the problem that the UPS is continously charging the battery for last 4 days without being used as there is no loadshedding and the fans of ups is continously running.I have taken the UPS to Aurora office they checked the UPS and found that the UPS does not cut off charging even when the battery is fully charged and continously supply a charge of 0.7 to 0.8 Amperes to fully charged battery. My question is that wheter it is a fault or not that the UPS continously charge the fully charge battery with 0.7 Amperes for ever without being used in case of no loadshedding and the UPS does not cut off charging it will in any way damage the battery or not. Please reply me at the earliest