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Solution to UTS10BI not supporting more than one 240 volt device?

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Solution to UTS10BI not supporting more than one 240 volt device?

This was originally posted on APC forums on 1/24/2012


Numerous members have voiced a desire to have the UTS10BI support more than one 240 volt device/circuit. I believe the following may provide a solution/workaround to do so.

In particular, I would appreciate comments by APC technical support, but also welcome comments by all readers of this post. Attached is a page from the APC Site Preparation and Installation Guide that includes my notations.

PLEASE BE AWARE THAT THE PROPRIETARY DOCUMENT CONTAINS MY NOTATIONS AND SHOULD NOT IN ANYWAY LEAD A READER TO CONCLUDE THAT MY IDEAS ARE WORKABLE. PLEASE LET APC TECHNICAL SUPPORT MAKE THAT DETERMINATION!

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Re: Solution to UTS10BI not supporting more than one 240 volt device?

This reply was originally posted by Chris on APC forums on 2/7/2012


Part of the problem is that this UTS only supports 20amps. We have had many requests to change this but at the moment, this is still a fairly small scale switch. I can't really comment on your attachment because as you know, we don't recommend doing this although I can tell you that I've never heard of anything successfully doing this.

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Re: Solution to UTS10BI not supporting more than one 240 volt device?

This reply was originally posted by Chris on APC forums on 2/7/2012


Part of the problem is that this UTS only supports 20amps. We have had many requests to change this but at the moment, this is still a fairly small scale switch. I can't really comment on your attachment because as you know, we don't recommend doing this although I can tell you that I've never heard of anything successfully doing this.