CyberPower CP685AVRLCD Guide
FUNCTION SETUP GUIDE
The LCD display indicates a variety of UPS operational conditions. All descriptions apply when the
UPS is plugged into an AC outlet and turned on or when UPS is on battery.
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Function
LCD Display
Options
Default
Function
Sensitivity
LCD Display
Options
Low
Default
Medium
Description
If the connected equipment can
tolerate more power events
(Example: unstable power often
Description
associated with stormy weather),
Output Quality
Poor (86V~144V) AVR series
Normal
(91V~144V) CP-LCD
This function determines how the
Medium
select Low sensitivity. The UPS will
UPS will switch to Battery Mode.
go to Battery Mode less often. If
3 different output voltage ranges
the connected equipment is more
can be chosen according to the
sensitive to power events, select
quality of the AC utility service in
Normal (90V~140V) AVR series
* Only when Min or MAX O/P
High
High sensitivity. The UPS will go to
your location.
(96V~140V) CP-LCD
Battery Mode more often.
If you utility service is not stable,
you can select Poor (97V~142V).
voltage is configured.*
The UPS will go to Battery Mode
Escape to Function Menu
less often to tolerate the utility
Good (94V~135V) AVR Series
power fluctuations.
(100V~135V) CP-LCD
If you utility service is stable, you
can select Good (103V~136V). The
Low Battery Warning
unit will go to Battery Mode more
5~8 mins
5 mins
Escape to Function Menu
when the remaining runtime is less
often.
than the value selected.
Escape to Function Menu
High Transfer Voltage
136V-142V
140V
The audible alarm will sound and
In Output Quality setting, only 3
(CP685LCD/CP825LCD)
types of fixed voltage ranges can be
135V-144V
chosen. However, you can fine tune
(CP685AVRLCD/CP825AVRLCD)
the MAX O/P voltage in this
Self-Test
Yes
Medium
(Battery Test)
In Line Mode, select YES to perform
a self-test on the battery.
function.
Escape to Function Menu
In the utility voltage is usually high,
and the connected equipment can
word in this condition, you can set
the output voltage range higher to
reduce the UPS from going to
Buzzer
b.on
b. on
buzzer disable. If b. off is selected,
Battery Mode as often.
Low Transfer Voltage
97V-103V
100V
the unit will mute all alarm except
In Output Quality setting, only 3
(CP685LCD/CP825LCD)
types of voltage ranges can be
95V-104V
chosen. However, you can fine turn
(CP685AVRLCD/CP825AVRLCD)
the MIN O/P voltage in this
for fault or overload condition.
b. off
You can also set the audible alarm
with the MUTE button mentioned
function.
If the utility voltage is usually low,
before.
Escape to Function Menu
and the connected equipment can
work in this condition, you can set
the output voltage range lower to
reduce the UPS from going to AVR
Mode or Battery Mode as often.
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“b. on” is buzzer enable; “b. off” is
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Function
LCD Sleep
LCD Display
Options
L. on (Auto off is on)
Default
L. of
Description
“L.on”(Auto off is on): In Line
mode, LCD screen will off
automatically after 1 min of
inactivity; in Battery mode, LCD
L. off (Auto off is off)
screen is always on.
“L.off”(Auto off is off): LCD screen
is always on.
Escape to Function Menu
Last Fault Reason
-
-
There is no setting in this page.
This page will only show the error
code for last fault reason.
E01: Charge fault(Over Charge)
E02: Charger fault(No Charge)
E11:Battery Fault
E21:Outpurt short
E22:Overload
E23:Overtemperature
Back to Default
Yes
No action
Select Yes to restore the UPS
factory default settings.
Escape to Function Menu
Return to Status Display
-
Press to leave setup mode and go
back to the status display.
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