Product Status Current Model Number: SMART2500XLHG
SmartPro 120V 2.2kVA 1.92kW UL 60601-1 Medical-Grade Line-Interactive UPS, Extended Run, SNMPWEBCARD Option, Full Isolation, USB, DB9 Serial
Your product is still covered under warranty if it was purchased after 11/29/2019.
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Product Warranty Period (Worldwide)
2-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
Tripp Lite warrants this product, if used in accordance with all applicable instructions, to be free from original defects in material and workmanship for 2 years from the date of initial purchase. If the product should prove defective in material or workmanship within that period, Tripp Lite will, subject to the foregoing terms and limitations, repair or replace the product, in its sole discretion, as your exclusive remedy for Tripp Lite's breach of its limited warranty.
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Tripp Lite offers the following extended warranty options for your SMART2500XLHG.
|WEXT1M||1-Year Extended Warranty and Technical Support for Select Tripp Lite Products – Includes UPS Battery Coverage if Applicable|
|WEXT2M||2-Year Extended Warranty and Technical Support for Select Tripp Lite Products – Includes UPS Battery Coverage if Applicable|
|WEXT3M||3-Year Extended Warranty and Technical Support for Select Tripp Lite Products – Includes UPS Battery Coverage if Applicable|
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Tripp Lite's Return Policy
Proof of Warranty Coverage
You must provide proof that the product is covered under warranty. This can be confirmed by the product's serial number or with proof of purchase in the form of an invoice or receipt from a Tripp Lite authorized dealer. If required, please include the proof of purchase invoice with your return. Warranties on Tripp Lite products begin on the date of your product purchase. Warranty coverage varies by product line. Specific warranty duration is outlined in the owner's manual that accompanies each unit.
You are responsible for all transportation, insurance, duties and other similar charges for returned products. Please use caution; shipping damages resulting from improper packaging will be your responsibility. We recommend using a reliable parcel or freight carrier who is capable of providing tracking information and proof of delivery. The proof of purchase, if required, and your RMA number must be inserted in the shipping carton before the carton is sealed.
Repair or Replacement
Tripp Lite will repair or replace the product at Tripp Lite's option and ship the repaired or replaced product back to you at no charge.
Products not accompanied by a valid RMA number will not be accepted. The RMA number must be enclosed with your product or be clearly visible on the outside of the packaging.
Request Return Authorization (RMA)
A Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA) number is required for all products returned to Tripp Lite for replacement under warranty. You should first consult with Tripp Lite Customer Service (for returns within North America) or International Service (for returns outside of North America) before requesting an RMA number to eliminate any unnecessary returns. You can start the process by clicking on the contact technical support button below. Once eligibility has been determined, the RMA number along with shipping instructions will be emailed to you. RMA numbers are valid for 14 days from the date of issuance. Products will only be accepted for return if a valid RMA number is clearly marked on the outside of the package. Tripp Lite does not accept product returns that are not under warranty. If you bought the wrong Tripp Lite product and want to return it, please do so at the place of purchase. Returns will be authorized in accordance with the following policies.
Questions & Answers
On select models, the self-test feature allows the user to test the condition of the battery in the UPS. You should plan to run this test at least once a month. Please reference your owner’s manual for more information on how to perform a self-test on your unit.
In extreme cases, running the self-test could cause the UPS to shut down. On select models, a certain voltage range is required to maintain power to the unit. During the self-test, if voltage drops to an unusable range, the UPS could shut down. In order to avoid this, you should run a self-test at least once a month to detect a battery needing replacement. Please reference your owner’s manual for more information on how to perform a self-test on your unit.
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