Disabling the PX/10
Disabling the PX/10 is a three-step process.
Follow these steps in order:
The PX/10 is now disabled. Remember to treat the Battery Pack with care. It can produce hazardous currents if the connector or terminals are shorted.
1. Turn the PX/10 Output Breaker Off.
2. Unplug the PX/10 battery pack.
3. Remove power to the PX/10 by turning the main circuit breaker Off.
In the event that you encounter problems with your PX/10 Back Up System, use the following checklist to trace the problem.
1. Make sure that the AC Input and Output connections to the unit have not been reversed.
The PX/10 Back Up Power System does not require any internal adjustments and there are no user serviceable parts inside. Should your PX/10 ever fail or require service, contact your PowerGuard dealer or PowerGuard Technical Support.
2. Make sure that AC wiring does not cause a backfeed of power into the PX/10 output.
3. Check the battery status for a full charge. It may be necessary to allow the battery pack to recharge overnight once the unit is first installed.
The PX/10 Back Up System requires very little maintenance. At least every six months the Battery Status should be checked and normal operation verified.
Simulate a power failure by locating the breaker on the main panel which feeds the system, and turn this breaker off. Check for proper operation and note the time it takes to reach the Low Battery Condition. Make a note of this time in your maintenance log for comparison at the next check.
If this time period becomes too short for your system requirements (as the battery pack ages), you may wish to replace the pack. Contact your dealer or PowerGuard Corporation for assistance.
PowerGuard corporation warrants this product to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one (1) year following the date of installation, evidenced by the installers completion and mailing of the warranty registration card. Recommended installation and maintenance procedures must also be followed. Evidence of vandalism, unauthorized modifications, connections to improper power source, acts of God, or failure to follow installation and operating instructions will void this warranty. This warranty does not cover any losses or damages resulting from shipment to or from the customer.
In case of failure due to defective material or workmanship during the warranty period, the complete PowerGuard unit will be repaired or replaced at the manufacturer's discretion, at no charge, if returned freight prepaid to:
752 Sea Horse Ave.
Ocean Shores, WA 98569
New or factory rebuilt replacements will be used. Replacement parts are warranted for the remaining portion of the original warranty period. PowerGuard Corporation will pay freight on the return of repaired or replaced items in warranty. Should the installing dealer elect to service the unit, parts replacement will be made on a no charge, exchange basis. There is no provision in this warranty for labor outside PowerGuard corporate.
PowerGuard's obligation under this warranty is limited to servicing and replacing defective parts. PowerGuard shall in no circumstances be liable for any direct or consequential loss or damage of any nature resulting from the malfunction of the product. This warranty is in lieu of any or all other obligation of liabilities on the part of PowerGuard, it's agents, or it's representatives.