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Re: [opensource-62] got free APC battery packs, now what?

From: Robert D.
Sent on: Tuesday, September 25, 2012 1:40 PM
Is your UPS a 208 or 220 Volt's or is it a 120 that model i believe is 208 which is what is primarily used in a data center? 

Can you confirm.

Robert Davidson

On Tue, Sep 25, 2012 at 1:33 PM, mowgli <[address removed]> wrote:
this thread explains my "dilemma" ... pls enlighten me!

ps the SURT3000XLT uses nema L6-20 plug.  do i need special wiring from my outlet to use this or just an adapter so it can plug into the wall (but normal circuitry is fine)?  its seems like its higher Amp & V than a normal outlet.


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