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Specification (preferably in Microsoft Word)

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Specification (preferably in Microsoft Word)

This was originally posted on APC forums on 7/1/2011


I've been unable to locate any."go-by" specifications for download on the website.

I need to prepare specs on two different units.
1. SURT15KRMXLT-1TF10K
2. SUVTR20KF4B5S

Are they available, and if so where?


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Re: Specification (preferably in Microsoft Word)

This reply was originally posted by Angela on APC forums on 7/5/2011


i assume you are looking for bid specifications? i think thats what we call them? the document that reviews what the unit does and what it shall and shall not have/do? please confirm and i will ask around.

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Re: Specification (preferably in Microsoft Word)

This reply was originally posted by Angela on APC forums on 7/5/2011


i assume you are looking for bid specifications? i think thats what we call them? the document that reviews what the unit does and what it shall and shall not have/do? please confirm and i will ask around.