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Static Swich Module on PX 40kVA is hot swappable?

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Static Swich Module on PX 40kVA is hot swappable?

This question was originally posted by Franklin on APC forums on 11/26/2012


Is the Static Switch Module (SSW) on a PX 40kVA hot swapp??

Symmetra PX 40kW Scalable to 40kW N+1, 208V
PX 40kVA model: SYCF40KF or SY40K40F
SSW model: SYSW40KF

the Static Swich module can be pull out without drop the load?
is hot swappable?

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Re: Static Swich Module on PX 40kVA is hot swappable?

This was originally posted on APC forums on 6/13/2013


In terms of the loads (servers ) staying up and NOT having to be shut down, it is swappable. I'd recommend getting an APC Field Service Engineer in to do this as it is not obvious how to do it to the end user, nor well documented. Good luck !

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Re: Static Swich Module on PX 40kVA is hot swappable?

This reply was originally posted by Angela on APC forums on 11/27/2012


it is NOT hot swappable - you need to shutdown the UPS and in full maintenance bypass.

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Re: Static Swich Module on PX 40kVA is hot swappable?

This was originally posted on APC forums on 6/13/2013


you are right it´s not hotswappable....frown

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Re: Static Swich Module on PX 40kVA is hot swappable?

This was originally posted on APC forums on 6/13/2013


In terms of the loads (servers ) staying up and NOT having to be shut down, it is swappable. I'd recommend getting an APC Field Service Engineer in to do this as it is not obvious how to do it to the end user, nor well documented. Good luck !