Elgar IPS1100 UPS
cctalk at ibm51xx.net
Wed May 3 20:06:39 CDT 2017
Is this still available? Any idea as to weight? Also how much did batteries usually run you? I am considering using it as the main PSU for a bunch of my vintage systems (PS/2s and 386/486 class machines). But may just be cheaper to buy a bunch of smaller ones locally...b
> -----Original Message-----
> From: cctalk [mailto:cctalk-bounces at classiccmp.org] On Behalf Of Chuck
> Guzis via cctalk
> Sent: Saturday, April 29, 2017 11:02 AM
> To: CCtalk
> Subject: FFS: Elgar IPS1100 UPS
> Much of what used to be power-hungry connectivity hardware for me has
> gone low-power, so I'm scaling back my UPS setup some.
> I've got an Elgar IPS1100, nominally rated at 1KVA sine-wave continuous
> (9.2A 60 Hz 120VAC). It's a pretty good-sized UPS, with fan cooling.
> It takes 48V in SLA cells (has an internal shelf for 8 6V 12AH ones),
> but I've always run it from 4 garden-tractor batteries.
> It's pretty good-sized; about 12"x13"x15" and heavy (big transformer).
> Made in 1990, has 6 AC receptacles on the back along with an RS-232
> connector for status notification.
> Back in the day, this was a pretty high-end unit; manufacture date is
> Yours for shipping; batteries not included.
More information about the cctech