[Nut-upsuser] Recommended UPS brand (OffTopic sort of)
doug at parsonsemail.com
Sat Feb 14 13:40:07 UTC 2009
I saw those as well but need the online model as I have had some issues with
offline models and rapid power cycles. When you have an automatic transfer
switch between two ups units and your equipment, the rapid cycles can cause
you to loose power or in my case corrupt the power to the point my router
locked up. I have several ESX servers and the more critical units need to
have clean power on at least one power supply. Just a little bit of
insurance there. I also have some SAN storage that needs the online unit.
One other catch is that I am limited to a 120V 20 Amp feed to the units and
want to maximize it. The 2200 does this. If I go any bigger I need a 30 amp
circuit and any smaller waste capacity on that circuit.
Thanks for the input.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Kjell Claesson" <kjell.claesson at epost.tidanet.se>
To: <nut-upsuser at lists.alioth.debian.org>
Cc: "Arnaud Quette" <aquette.dev at gmail.com>; "Douglas Parsons"
<doug at parsonsemail.com>
Sent: Friday, February 13, 2009 4:13 PM
Subject: Re: [Nut-upsuser] Recommended UPS brand (OffTopic sort of)
> fredag 13 februari 2009 20:52:41 skrev Arnaud Quette:
> Hi Doug,
>> > Really hate that MGE drop those models as I really like the quality and
>> > design.
>> not that easy!
>> This part of MGE has not been droped, but sold to Eaton.
>> All the good things, including the NUT and more generally FLOSS support
>> so gone to Eaton.
>> Check my sig for the new link, and rejoice: what you like is still alive,
>> and more than even ;-)
> And if you extend Arnaud's sig link to:
> You find another brand that is good. And I think you would like a
> PW5130L2500-XL2U. http://www.powerware.com/UPS/5130_UPS.asp
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