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Hardwiring an APC SURT10000RMXLT6U from Delta 3-Phase Power

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Hardwiring an APC SURT10000RMXLT6U from Delta 3-Phase Power

I'm trying to hardwire an APC SURT10000RMXLT6U from Delta 3-Phase power. Any suggestions? Input sockets are: L1, L2 and Ground.


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Re: Hardwiring an APC SURT10000RMXLT6U from Delta 3-Phase Power

If I had to hard wiring this UPS in my building I would check if the 3 phases have their actual load well  balanced and if one of the 3 phases has a bit more load I would hook L1 & L2 to the other 2 phases and of course ground to ground but this is my opinion.

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Re: Hardwiring an APC SURT10000RMXLT6U from Delta 3-Phase Power

If I had to hard wiring this UPS in my building I would check if the 3 phases have their actual load well  balanced and if one of the 3 phases has a bit more load I would hook L1 & L2 to the other 2 phases and of course ground to ground but this is my opinion.

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