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Pc restarting at the time of power supply changed to inverter mode

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by saikumar1730, Aug 12, 2014.

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  1. saikumar1730

    saikumar1730 Thread Starter

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    In my office total 10 systems are there....and there is a power backup (inverter) is also there...But particularly one pc is restarting at the time of power supply changed to inverter mode...what is the problem???
    Please help in this regard....

    Thanks in advance....
     
  2. Tanis

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    Hi and welcome to TSG.

    If this is a business, do you not have contracted or inhouse I.T. support?
     
  3. saikumar1730

    saikumar1730 Thread Starter

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    Iam the system administrator... But i didnot face this issue earlier....
     
  4. crjdriver

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    OK, I highly doubt you have an inverter. An inverter is a device that changes or rectifies DC current into AC. No house, office, or anything connected to a pw grid uses DC current. AC current is supplied from the pw grid, not DC and as such there is no need for an inverter.

    Are you referring to a UPS [uninterrupted pw supply] by chance?

    How exactly do you have the problem system connected? Is it connected directly to the backup source or do you have it connected through a pw strip, etc? Are there individual UPSs for each system or do you have multiple systems connected to a single backup?

    What is the problem that is causing the backup to come on ie constant pw failures, what?
     
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