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Offline David HK

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UPS offered for a good home
« on: January 27, 2014, 08:52:00 PM »
Make Powerware

Model 9110

Input 220/230/240 AC

Without 12 volt SLA batteries inside.

Various connector cables included.

x  4 AC outputs.

History:-  Was inside and equipment room inside a Mass Transit Railway tunnel. When I received it the inside was so full of dust that one could barely see the colour of any parts. Subsequently cleaned out and tested and works.

No operating instructions found on the Internet, but these have been worked out by trial and error and watching the indicator LED's to see what happens when the power supply fails. My own notes are available.

Prefer to offer to a site regular rather than a newbie.

Will send sea mail. Customs ---  will declare as unwanted Gift.

Should be useful for someone.

Contact me direct strltdATnetvigatorDOTcom     change the obvious.

First come, but note the operating voltages

Dave




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Re: UPS offered for a good home
« Reply #1 on: January 29, 2014, 04:23:17 PM »
50 or 60 hz,  guessing 60

In case its still up for grabs, someone may want to know.
Trying to make power from alternative energy any which way I can.
Just to abuse what I make. (and run this site)

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Re: UPS offered for a good home
« Reply #2 on: January 31, 2014, 05:18:24 PM »
The machine has gone.


Dave