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Is it possible to modify UPS?

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Is it possible to modify UPS?

This was originally posted on APC forums on 8/29/2011


Hi
By mistake I bought an APC UPS, model BP280SI, and found it closed by overload, because it only allows 280 VA.
I want to know if it can be modified to provide more power, about 450 or 500 VA.
Greetings and thank you.


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Re: Is it possible to modify UPS?

This reply was originally posted by Angela on APC forums on 8/29/2011


hi, unfortunately not i dont think. plus, we wouldn't support doing that but i assume all the components are sized for 280VA and it would be better to get a new UPS anyway.

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Re: Is it possible to modify UPS?

This reply was originally posted by Angela on APC forums on 8/29/2011


hi, unfortunately not i dont think. plus, we wouldn't support doing that but i assume all the components are sized for 280VA and it would be better to get a new UPS anyway.