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UXBP48 and a SUA2200XL

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UXBP48 and a SUA2200XL

This was originally posted on APC forums on 5/15/2009


I had a SU2200XLNET with a UXBP48 battery pack and the SU2200XLNET died. I have a new SUA2200XL that I was putting in it's place but I noticed that the UXBP48 battery pack plug is different than on the SUA2200XL. Is there an adapter to make this conversion? Thanks!


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Re: UXBP48 and a SUA2200XL

This was originally posted on APC forums on 3/29/2011


Did you successfully make that conversion cable? It should have worked no problem. A friend was looking around and ended up making them himself. The only reason the connectors are different is for APC to stop user for having compatible hardware across different generations.

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Re: UXBP48 and a SUA2200XL

This reply was originally posted by Angela on APC forums on 5/17/2009


i was told that these would work together. are the connectors both blue?

check my attachment. do the connectors look like this in regards to the size difference?

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Re: UXBP48 and a SUA2200XL

This was originally posted on APC forums on 5/18/2009


The plugs are both blue but the physical size is different. The photo you sent looks like it matches my problems. I have the smaller plug on the top in the picture and I need the bigger plug on bottom in the picture. Thanks!

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Re: UXBP48 and a SUA2200XL

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Does anyone know about an adapter to help me with this? Thanks!

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Re: UXBP48 and a SUA2200XL

This reply was originally posted by Angela on APC forums on 6/2/2009


sorry for the delay, i must have missed this post. as far as i know, there is no adapter for this that we currently sell but someone out there, please correct me if i am wrong. i browsed APC's online store.

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Re: UXBP48 and a SUA2200XL

This was originally posted on APC forums on 6/4/2009


I think I could make my own adapter. Does anyone see any problems in me doing this, or an incompatibility in technical battery specs or charging specs on hooking up the UXBP48 battery pack to the SUA2200XL?

Do you see anything wrong with me buying the 4ft extension cable for both the SU039 and the SUA039. Then cutting it in half and splicing/soldering one of both ends together. Thus giving me a cable with the SU039 connector on one end and the SUA039 connector on the other end. Therefore I could connect one end of my homemade adapter to the SU039 battery pack and the other end, the SUA039, to the SUA2200XL.

Thanks for the help!!!

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Re: UXBP48 and a SUA2200XL

This reply was originally posted by Angela on APC forums on 6/4/2009


alright well...

the official response here as an APC employee is to advise against any type of product modification to avoid any shock hazards, void any warranties or EPP claims, etc so again, i would advise against doing this officially.

unofficially, if you understand and accept these risks, and still want to proceed with doing this, you'd want to get a new anderson connector to replace the one on end rather than attempt to splice the two cables together. you wouldnt want an additional connection in the loop at the splice point.

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Re: UXBP48 and a SUA2200XL

This was originally posted on APC forums on 3/29/2011


Did you successfully make that conversion cable? It should have worked no problem. A friend was looking around and ended up making them himself. The only reason the connectors are different is for APC to stop user for having compatible hardware across different generations.