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SUA3000XLI + (1)SUA48XLBP 24 hrs 58 mins @ 50W

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SUA3000XLI + (1)SUA48XLBP 24 hrs 58 mins @ 50W

This was originally posted on APC forums on 5/18/2010


For the captioned models of UPS + Battery Pack, I have tested the UPS could maintain less than 18 hrs instead of 24hrs.

The following shows the on-site measurement of power consumption.

0.26A x 220V = 57.2W at full load
0.09A x 220V = 19.8W at part load

Note that, the system is running at part load condition for UPS testing.

Could someone tell me what is happening?

Many Thanks!


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lsco_apc
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SUA3000XLI + (1)SUA48XLBP 24 hrs 58 mins @ 50W

This was originally posted on APC forums on 5/18/2010


For the captioned models of UPS + Battery Pack, I have tested the UPS could maintain less than 18 hrs instead of 24hrs.

The following shows the on-site measurement of power consumption.

0.26A x 220V = 57.2W at full load
0.09A x 220V = 19.8W at part load

Note that, the system is running at part load condition for UPS testing.

Could someone tell me what is happening?

Many Thanks!

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Re: SUA3000XLI + (1)SUA48XLBP 24 hrs 58 mins @ 50W

This was originally posted on APC forums on 5/26/2010


http://www.apc.com/resource/include/ups_runtime_chart.cfm?base_sku=SUA3000XLI&family_id=165

The above link is shown how I was selected for this model.

lsco_apc
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SUA3000XLI + (1)SUA48XLBP 24 hrs 58 mins @ 50W

This was originally posted on APC forums on 5/18/2010


For the captioned models of UPS + Battery Pack, I have tested the UPS could maintain less than 18 hrs instead of 24hrs.

The following shows the on-site measurement of power consumption.

0.26A x 220V = 57.2W at full load
0.09A x 220V = 19.8W at part load

Note that, the system is running at part load condition for UPS testing.

Could someone tell me what is happening?

Many Thanks!