[Nut-upsuser] Recommended UPS brand (OffTopic sort of)
aquette.dev at gmail.com
Tue Feb 17 09:05:02 UTC 2009
2009/2/16 Douglas Parsons <doug at parsonsemail.com>
> The supplier came back with this description and part number.
> Eaton Corporation MGE OPS PULSAR 2200VA TWR 5-20 6X5-20 1XL5-20 2U 86722
> So this should be the one. I hope.
indeed, this is this one (with the MGE name ; EX being for Eaton):
the last number is the commercial ref ; TWR is for tower (as opposed to
I'm not sure about the other figures though...
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> On Mon, Feb 16, 2009 at 9:13 AM, Arnaud Quette <aquette.dev at gmail.com>wrote:
>> 2009/2/13 Douglas Parsons <doug at parsonsemail.com>
>>> Cool. Found the unit. Looks like they renamed it as I had a Pulsar EX
>>> 2200 and it is now the Pulsar M 2200. The EX line only goes to 1500 now.
>>> Sent the link to the reseller.
>> not that easy again ;-)
>> the various ranges are under renaming between MGE and Powerware, to have
>> something uniform and coherent for Eaton. For example, the previous"Pulsar"
>> / "Pulsar M" are starting to be found as "EX".
>> It then depends on the Marketing and the region.
>> So you will find the one you want as either "Pulsar M 2200" or "EX 2200"
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