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J10 stepped sine wave approximation

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J10 stepped sine wave approximation

This was originally posted on APC forums on 1/16/2009


I'm considering purchasing J10 or an S10. It's not clear to me whether the J10 produces a stepped sine wave approximation at all times or only when it's on battery power, i.e. does it produce a true sine wave when running on AC?
Thanks, Stuart


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BillP
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Re: J10 stepped sine wave approximation

This reply was originally posted by Anonymous on APC forums on 1/16/2009


Hi Stuart,

The J10 will only output a stepped approximation sine wave when on battery. When online it will output filtered utility power so you will get a normal sine wave.

Hope this helps.

Message was edited by: PowerMan

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Re: J10 stepped sine wave approximation

This was originally posted on APC forums on 2/19/2009


How many steps does the modified sine wave have? Are there specific UPs or inverters that have a multi step sine wave (16-32 steps for the full wave)?

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Re: J10 stepped sine wave approximation

This reply was originally posted by Anonymous on APC forums on 1/16/2009


Hi Stuart,

The J10 will only output a stepped approximation sine wave when on battery. When online it will output filtered utility power so you will get a normal sine wave.

Hope this helps.

Message was edited by: PowerMan