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Help needed with a SUA2200RMI2U

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Help needed with a SUA2200RMI2U

This was originally posted on APC forums on 5/5/2010


I have ten UPSs (SUA2200RMI2U) rating for input voltage of 230 VAC. My question is if this UPS can be connected to an electrical input as follows:

1) L1 - L2 - N --> two 120 VAC phases + Neutral.

I don't know if I will have some issues when I connect this UPS this way or I must connect this UPS as follows:

2) L - N - G --> 230 VAC + Neutral + Ground.

If I connect this UPS as I stated before as 120+120+N, what voltage rate I will have at the output?

Any help will be appreciated, and if anyone can give me some link so I can follow the right way to wire a UPS.

Thanks


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Help needed with a SUA2200RMI2U

This was originally posted on APC forums on 5/5/2010


I have ten UPSs (SUA2200RMI2U) rating for input voltage of 230 VAC. My question is if this UPS can be connected to an electrical input as follows:

1) L1 - L2 - N --> two 120 VAC phases + Neutral.

I don't know if I will have some issues when I connect this UPS this way or I must connect this UPS as follows:

2) L - N - G --> 230 VAC + Neutral + Ground.

If I connect this UPS as I stated before as 120+120+N, what voltage rate I will have at the output?

Any help will be appreciated, and if anyone can give me some link so I can follow the right way to wire a UPS.

Thanks

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Crewman
Crewman
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112

Help needed with a SUA2200RMI2U

This was originally posted on APC forums on 5/5/2010


I have ten UPSs (SUA2200RMI2U) rating for input voltage of 230 VAC. My question is if this UPS can be connected to an electrical input as follows:

1) L1 - L2 - N --> two 120 VAC phases + Neutral.

I don't know if I will have some issues when I connect this UPS this way or I must connect this UPS as follows:

2) L - N - G --> 230 VAC + Neutral + Ground.

If I connect this UPS as I stated before as 120+120+N, what voltage rate I will have at the output?

Any help will be appreciated, and if anyone can give me some link so I can follow the right way to wire a UPS.

Thanks