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  • I'm no electrician; Is this APC status message bad?

    This is from a SBS 2008 machine attached to an APC battery backup. I dunno... what do you all think?

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    Re: I'm no electrician; Is this APC status message bad?

    Yes, That's completely normal. Do not be alarmed. If this had been an actual emergency...

    Just kidding. Actually it is normal. You need to take the input voltage being reported and divide it by the coeeficient of the VA being supllied to the APC, then divide it by the Watts in order to come up with the square root of the BTU's.

    Just kidding... again

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    • #3
      Re: I'm no electrician; Is this APC status message bad?

      That's... impressive. Have you been up to your tricks in the plant room again?

      Trust APC to build something solid enough to cope
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        Re: I'm no electrician; Is this APC status message bad?

        Feed the excess voltage back into the National Power Grid and retire next week.
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