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Smart RT SURT1000XLI external battery pack Anderson plug

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Smart RT SURT1000XLI external battery pack Anderson plug

This was originally posted on APC forums on 3/5/2015


I own Smart RT SURT1000XLI UPS. Just bought used external battery pack BUT with cut cable connector.

I want to restore it and use it, but which connector should I buy?

I know the plug is Anderson plug, BUT which one SB50 ? male ?

Is it this one: http://bg.farnell.com/anderson-power-products/6331g5/plug-socket-connector-plug-2-position/dp/160134... ?

How and where can I find this info?


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Re: Smart RT SURT1000XLI external battery pack Anderson plug

This reply was originally posted by Angela on APC forums on 3/6/2015


Hi,

Please note this is not something APC/Schneider supports doing and would void any warranty you have. You could pursue getting it done by a local service or repair center. 

If you're going to proceed anyway, at your own risk, the connector is SB-50 and gender is plug (like at the link you sent) and it really should be done by a qualified electrician. 

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Re: Smart RT SURT1000XLI external battery pack Anderson plug

This reply was originally posted by Angela on APC forums on 3/6/2015


Hi,

Please note this is not something APC/Schneider supports doing and would void any warranty you have. You could pursue getting it done by a local service or repair center. 

If you're going to proceed anyway, at your own risk, the connector is SB-50 and gender is plug (like at the link you sent) and it really should be done by a qualified electrician.