Surplus Tested Used & Refurbished Battery Backups from office 500VA
to Enterprise 500KVA+.
Replace your batteries DIY or order replacement battery cartridges (RBC)
to extend the life of your UPS. Search by RBC # or UPS model.
Load bank tested pulls from 3-phase & popular UPS. Don't give up on repair - search power supply boards, gate drive boards, snubber, logic boards; IGBTs, SCRs AC & DC capacitor banks, and fans, fans, fans. Browse by model of UPS. All parts stocked in anti-static bags.
Used undamaged 4", 6" & 12" sizes still in stock. Raceway, Express Drops, Crosses and 90*s sold at half of list & no waiting.
Used &Tested recitifers including Lorain, Tyco, Lucent, Power One ferroresonant and modular systems. BDFBs & DC distribution frames also in stock.
Use our tested dry type step-down transformers for isolated power distribution or install metered and switched rack, Vertical & Horizontal PDUs/power strips in load cabinets.
Breakers from 15A 1-pole to 500A 3-pole are in stock. We have a large stock of unused and tested contactors up to 750A & surplus unused fuses up to 2000A. Includes Square D, GE, Mitsubishi, ABB, Ferrazz Shawmut, Gould, & Bussmann.
Generators, ATS, CRAC units, Industrial Cooling, Phones, Firewalls, Appliances, servers, whatever not categorized above. You may get lucky!
? Are You UPSet ?
Sal shivers off a "chilly" breeze as he plods his way to a data center in a blighted part of downtown. No, its not winter, but 1:00AM in Miami and 70*F is kinda cool to a Floridian. He peeks left, right and behind as "creatures of the night" scurry toward him begging for cigarettes, loose change or a soft touch. He knows not to make a mistake on these streets, and hustles thru the secure entrance in the bomb-shelter-style building.
After offering his credentials to a sleepy Pinkerton, he is soon greeted by a large but soft spoken businessman, albeit dressed in a comfy shirt and expensive, slip-on shoes. A few card swipes and an elevator ride later, and they are square in front of the GE SG Series 80KVA UPS.
Shiny, and Star Trek looking, the Sprectra seems to mock them with a steady alarm: SSM (static switch module) FAILURE! He hears a contactor whack away 3 times: again the alarm. Nope, he can't just override the parameter to infinity, as the switch and the contactor must both be tested by hand: he must shut her down, hence this late night service window.
"OK," says Sal, "We are gonna shut her down so I can test
the contactor and the switch, and if they are OK, I can adjust the buggie
parameter." He starts to drag a contactor and switch out of his bag
and mumbles a prayer that it's not the switch itself. Either way, he can
isolate the problem.
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