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xs1300 not powering small motor and fan

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xs1300 not powering small motor and fan

This was originally posted on APC forums on 2/7/2013


will power light but not motor. unit is new but does not power device that uses 150-200 watts avg. 450 max. 120v/60hz.

will this 1300 only power computers


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Re: xs1300 not powering small motor and fan

This reply was originally posted by Angela on APC forums on 2/7/2013


refer to FA158851 and FA158914 (by searching for those IDs) @ http://www.apc.com/site/support/index.cfm/faq/

ultimately due to a number of reasons, like current draw and problems with a step approximated sinewave output (versus a pure sinewave), motor loads don't do well with Back UPS.

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BillP
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Re: xs1300 not powering small motor and fan

This reply was originally posted by Angela on APC forums on 2/7/2013


refer to FA158851 and FA158914 (by searching for those IDs) @ http://www.apc.com/site/support/index.cfm/faq/

ultimately due to a number of reasons, like current draw and problems with a step approximated sinewave output (versus a pure sinewave), motor loads don't do well with Back UPS.