[CentOS] Emergency rescue help needed
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Fri Jan 30 20:51:53 UTC 2009
At 03:28 PM 1/30/2009, you wrote:
>On Friday 30 January 2009 19:33:24 John R Pierce wrote:
> > Chris Boyd wrote:
> > > On Jan 30, 2009, at 11:28 AM, Anne Wilson wrote:
> > >> OK, thanks. I'll look around. I guess if they are selling 'standard'
> > >> batteries they will have some way of making sure that what I buy is
> > >> compatible. Another adventure :-)
> > >
> > > There's info on the battery that will identify it.
> > >
> > > Voltage (typically 12V for a small UPS)
> > > Ah or mAh (Amp-hours or milliamp-hours, typically 7.5 for a small UPS)
> > > A manufacturer model number (they should be able to cross-reference to
> > > get the equivalent)
> > many of the smaller UPS's use a pair of 6V 12AH batteries wired in
> > series... if these are mounted side-by-side, you can use a single 12V 12AH.
> > many UPS batteries use a somewhat different rating than AH, based on
> > minutes at some load factor.
> > I get my batteries from
> > http://search.digikey.com/scripts/DkSearch/dksus.dll?Cat=393246
> > anyways... measure the size of the battery, go here, select the voltage
> > on the far right, and pick the size, and .250 spades (or whatever) and
> > hit search. BB are somewhat cheaper, Panasonic are considered premium
> > grade. a really large UPS will use M5 or M6 bolt lugs.
> > prices -have- gone up.... a few years ago, Panasonic 12V 20AH were $44.
> > now they are $73. ouch.
> > if this is too complex, or if your UPS uses a funky battery assembly
> > you're not up for hacking, try these guys...
> > http://www.refurbups.com/Catalog/By-APC-RBC-Battery-Number;jsessionid=0a010
>OK. Thanks, both of you. Info bookmarked for investigation :-)
Are you located in U.S., U.K. or Europe? I couldn't tell?
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