{"searchBar":{"inputPlaceholder":"Search by keyword or ask a question","searchBtn":"Search","error":"Please enter a keyword to search"}}

Our Brands

{"support":{"yesButton":"yes","noButton":"no","feedback":{"title":"What can we do to improve?"},"submitButton":"Submit","successMessage":"Thank you for your feedback","title":"Was this helpful?","feedbackPercentLabel":"of people found this helpful","captcha":{"error":"Please tick the box"}}}
Search FAQs

What is the Low Battery Duration setting used for?

What is the network card low battery duration setting used for?

Network Management Card
PowerChute Network Shutdown

AP9617, AP9618, AP9619, AP9630, AP9631, AP9635, AP9640, AP9641


Low Battery Duration is an alarm that will trigger shutdown when the UPS runtime remaining falls below the set time. For example, if the Low Battery Duration is set to ten minutes, and the UPS predicted runtime remaining reaches ten minutes or below, a low battery condition is triggered. When the alarm is triggered the network card will send a signal to each configured PowerChute client and the clients will begin the shutdown process.  If input power is not restored to the UPS, it will turn off when the battery has exhausted.

PowerChute considers the low battery alarm to be a critical event. It is not configurable within the PowerChute GUI. 
It is recommended that the Low Battery Duration is configured to allow enough time for the PowerChute clients OS shutdown to complete. 

For assistance with Low Battery Duration and Available Runtime has been Exceeded alarm in PowerChute Network Shutdown see Schneider Electric
FAQ FA241713


Can't find what you are looking for?

Reach out to our Customer Care team to receive information on technical support, assistance for complaints and more.