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Symmetra PX 250

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Symmetra PX 250

This question was originally posted by Luis Fernando on APC forums on 5/10/2016


Hi, I want to know if a SY200K250D can be expanded to a 250kVA/KW configuration and what modules would I have to add?

Or do I have to change frames and go with the SY250K500D?

Thanks.


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Re: Symmetra PX 250

This reply was originally posted by Patrik on APC forums on 12/9/2016


You should have at least 1.6 batterymodules (1 module = 1 row = 6 units) per powermodule.

So, 10 powermodules require minimum 10 x 1.6 = 16 modules = 2 full battery frames.

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Re: Symmetra PX 250

This was originally posted on APC forums on 5/11/2016


So long as your site wiring was for the 250kw load,  it should have two empty slots for 25KW modules.  

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Re: Symmetra PX 250

This was originally posted on APC forums on 5/11/2016


Yes i can be expanded upto 250kVA/KW . But if your load will be between ( 225-250KVA/KW) then it will not be internal redundant. 

You simply need to add SYPM25KD Qty 02/- 

Here is link for more information

http://www.apc.com/shop/pk/en/products/APC-Symmetra-PX-25kW-Power-Module-400-480V/P-SYPM25KD

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Re: Symmetra PX 250

This reply was originally posted by Luis Fernando on APC forums on 5/11/2016


Thanks for your reply.

Do I need to add any battery modules?

Thanks.

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Re: Symmetra PX 250

This reply was originally posted by Patrik on APC forums on 12/9/2016


You should have at least 1.6 batterymodules (1 module = 1 row = 6 units) per powermodule.

So, 10 powermodules require minimum 10 x 1.6 = 16 modules = 2 full battery frames.