Smart-UPS 1500: The SUA1500 Battery Installation






     Not sure where to start the task of putting in your own Smart-UPS 1500 battery replacement? Then you ought to relax! The installation for the SUA1500 battery is made to be a simple task after reading this installation guide. The installation requires no technical or mechanical background, the unit has been created for easy battery replacement by the everyday average person.

The SUA1500 net was manufactured so as to take only one kind of battery. The specific battery type is called the RBC7 replacement battery. This battery can be purchased locally if you are lucky enough to have a battery shop decently close to your domain, or you could use my preferred method - search the internet for a suitable replacement! Which ever channel you decide for purchasing your RBC7 battery, it is strongly recommended that you have obtained the battery before we begin the installation in order to minimize your units downtime.

To start the installation, we must first remove the spent RBC7 battery from the unit by gaining access to the battery compartment. To be able to do this, we must first remove the face plate from the front of the unit. The face plate will house most of the function buttons for the unit coupled with it's indicator lights. There are several small pressure clips that hold the face plate to the unit, a good tug or two on the top of the face plate should separate it from your unit! Once the face plate has been removed, you will see the metal latch that seals the units battery compartment. If you look at the latch closely, you will see two small metal screws at either end located at the top of the latch, you must remove these with a philips head screw driver to gain access to the battery compartment. Once these screws are removed, it should be easy to pull the latch down to reveal the spent RBC7 replacement battery.

To remove the battery, you must first slide the battery out far enough to remove the grey anderson clip which connects the battery to the unit. Once you have separated both anderson clips, its now time to remove the battery the remainder of the way from the unit. Installing your fresh RBC7 battery is actually considered easier than removing your spent one. You must first slide the battery far enough into the unit to attach the grey anderson clip to the Smart-UPS 1500 unit. Once the clip is connected, simply slide the battery the rest of the way into the unit and secure the metal latch via both screws we took out earlier. The final step in the installation process is to attach the plastic face plate back on the unit, this concludes the SUA1500 battery installation!






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The SUA1500 battery is a specialized battery that has to be constructed to proper specifications in order to properly fit into the unit. The more common name of this battery is the RBC7 Replacement Battery .


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