Anyone want a UPS?

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Date: Sat Dec 14 12:56:00 2002

This is a bit off-topic, because it's only a few years old.

I've decided that the "big" UPS which has been sitting in my workshop,
unused, for almost a year, really is surplus to requirements, so it's free
to anyone *who can collect it* and feels like replacing the batteries.

It's a Powerware Prestige 6000, with two battery boxes, software, manual,
and various cables. Input is rated 200/208/220/230/240V AC at 19A (power
factor 0.9) single phase, output is 200/208/220/230/240V AC at 19A (max
3000W). The battery boxes are each rated 120V DC 50A and 5AH capacity.
 Size is about 40cm deep x 25cm wide x 28 cm high for the control box and
the battery boxes are half the height, so 40 x 25 x 14 each. They all
stack nicely together (in any sensible order).

I have used it, but the batteries (10 x 2V gel cells in each box) do need
replaced -- most will not hold any significant charge/voltage.

It needs to be gone by Christmas, too, or it's going in the skip.

Pete						Peter Turnbull
						Network Manager
						University of York
Received on Sat Dec 14 2002 - 12:56:00 GMT

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