Configure Load Shedding
Load shedding allows you to prioritize which loads the UPS must support when in battery operation. When load shedding is enabled, less-critical loads can be shed via a signal from an output relay that is activated during discharge of the batteries. The less-critical loads can then be resupported when the batteries are being recharged and the output relay signal is deactivated.
- Configure a minimum of one output relay for Load shedding, see Configure the Output Relays for details.
- Tap .
- Select Enable load shedding.
- Set Activate output relay at battery state of charge (%) to the battery state of charge that must activate the load shedding output relay(s) while the battery is being discharged.
- Set Deactivate output relay at battery state of charge (%) to the battery state of charge that must deactivate the load shedding output relay(s) while the battery is being charged. Setting this to 0 will mean instant deactivation of the load shedding output relay(s) once the UPS is no longer in battery operation and battery charging has started.
- Set Output relay deactivation delay (minutes) to the delay in minutes before the load shedding output relay(s) is deactivated. Setting this to 0 will mean instant deactivation of load shedding once the battery state of charge reaches the configured deactivation threshold.
Tap OK to save your settings.
A warning message will pop up if no output relay has been configured for Load shedding. See Configure the Output Relays to configure Load shedding for an output relay.