29730Re: [midatlanticretro] Re: OT: UPSs looking for good homes
- Mar 18, 2013On 03/18/2013 12:27 PM, hornbetw wrote:
>>> Sorry Dave, I should have provided a little more info up front.That would be FAN-TASTIC. Thank you!
>>> In my defense, I was still in "shock" after my first social
>>> outing with MARCH. :) The UPSs are commercial data center type
>>> units. They have to be hard wired to the AC input. Each unit is
>>> dishwasher sized and weigh 350 to 390 pounds. They use external
>>> battery packs. The company I work for makes batteries for these
>>> units but I don't have any pricing info. It may be possible that
>>> I could get batteries cheap or possibly free. We're cleaning up
>>> the plant I work in, so I may be able to finagle a set of
>>> batteries. The units are currently located in Leola, about 5
>>> miles East of Lancaster. I have a sales brochure and the users
>>> manual I can email you if you're still interested.
>> Ahh, "grown-up" UPSs. I am definitely interested in them, but I
>> may not be able to move them anytime soon. Do you have a required
>> timeframe for removal?
>> Oh, one important question...What's their input configuration,
>> single phase or three-phase?
> We have some one picking up electronic scrap tomorrow, so I'll let
> the warehouse guy know that I definitely want them. I have a friend
> I'll see tonight that might be able to loan me some space in his
> garage just to get them off the premise. My In-Laws are from the
> 'Burgh, so I might be able to arrange a road trip to bring them out.
> According to the brochure, the units are 120/208/240V Single Phase
Dave McGuire, AK4HZ
New Kensington, PA
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