On Mon, 24 Sep 2007, Michael Watterson wrote:
> APCs need a custom cable,
Isn't that a thing of the past?
My (old and redundant) APC (1600 something, from about 6 years ago
uses a normal serial cable at least.
One thing to bear in mind with UPSes is that batteries need replacing
about every two years, which requires an outage on any remotely
I found that the Irish electricity supply's outage rate (at least in
the Leixlip area) isn't appreciably more than that of a UPS (indeed,
it might be better)...
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