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SYA16K16RMP - Split Phase Question

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SYA16K16RMP - Split Phase Question

This was originally posted on APC forums on 6/8/2011


I have a SYA16K16RMP showing 35% load on phase 1 and 72% load on phase 2. I want to balance out the load, but I cannot figure out which outlets on the PDUs on the back are related to which phase? Or if certain PDUs on the back (4 total) are dedicated to a phase 1 while the others are dedicated to phase 2? I read all the manuals I could find, but nothing seemed to mention specifics on that.


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Re: SYA16K16RMP - Split Phase Question

This was originally posted on APC forums on 6/9/2011


I see the two L5-20R outlets on each PDU are balanced between phase 1 and phase 2, but what about the L14-30R outlets?

My goal is just to determine the total load on the UPS to get a general idea of how many more devices/power requirements it can support. I am using 3 of the L14-30R outlets, are those not factored into the readout showing load percentages?

Thanks for your help with this.

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Re: SYA16K16RMP - Split Phase Question

This was originally posted on APC forums on 6/9/2011


I see the two L5-20R outlets on each PDU are balanced between phase 1 and phase 2, but what about the L14-30R outlets?

My goal is just to determine the total load on the UPS to get a general idea of how many more devices/power requirements it can support. I am using 3 of the L14-30R outlets, are those not factored into the readout showing load percentages?

Thanks for your help with this.