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UTS6: Tools For assigning load-shedding priority?

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UTS6: Tools For assigning load-shedding priority?

This was originally posted on APC forums on 11/29/2012


What are my tools for assigning load-shedding priority? I can't find anything in the manuals
that explicitly address priority, but "Time Management" and "Circuit Maximum Time Off and
Minimum Time On" sound like they have possibilities.

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Re: UTS6: Tools For assigning load-shedding priority?

This was originally posted on APC forums on 12/7/2012


i picKed a winna wrote:
... it may help to take a look at this thread below to get an idea of what another user is doing with their load shedding and what they've set with delays and not.

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Lotta interesting stuff in that thread, but I could not find anything about how to control which circuits get shed first.

Maybe it's there and just over my head....

I'm thinking it has to be something around "Circuit Maximum Time Off and Minimum Time On" per page 12 of the Operation Manual.

But the manual is pretty much useless.

It tells what the settings are, but lacks a discussion of how to use them to affect which loads get shed first.

Maybe it's obvious to an engineer - the manual reads like it was written by one.... But I'm still groping.

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Re: UTS6: Tools For assigning load-shedding priority?

This reply was originally posted by Angela on APC forums on 12/3/2012


yes, you'll need to use what you're looking at. it may help to take a look at this thread below to get an idea of what another user is doing with their load shedding and what they've set with delays and not.

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Re: UTS6: Tools For assigning load-shedding priority?

This was originally posted on APC forums on 12/7/2012


i picKed a winna wrote:
... it may help to take a look at this thread below to get an idea of what another user is doing with their load shedding and what they've set with delays and not.

Referenced content removed
Lotta interesting stuff in that thread, but I could not find anything about how to control which circuits get shed first.

Maybe it's there and just over my head....

I'm thinking it has to be something around "Circuit Maximum Time Off and Minimum Time On" per page 12 of the Operation Manual.

But the manual is pretty much useless.

It tells what the settings are, but lacks a discussion of how to use them to affect which loads get shed first.

Maybe it's obvious to an engineer - the manual reads like it was written by one.... But I'm still groping.