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Jose Pablo Mendez
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Powertrust II load questions

If a rp2470 server has each of its power supplies connected to a different UPS, where can I verify the load each UPS is taking?

Also, where can I find a document with the expected battery life?

If there is a document with the load information that would be nice, Ive looking all over now... Thanks!
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Torsten.
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Re: Powertrust II load questions

Something is wrong here ... your server has only 1 power supply (rp2470 aka A500).

Hope this helps!
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Re: Powertrust II load questions

Yes sir I missplaced a 2 where it should be a 5. The box is a rp5470. Right now running with 2 power supplies. A 3rd one is on its way.
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Re: Powertrust II load questions

IIRC the load is shared between the installed power supplies. This system won't tell you about the load.
An indicator for the load are the LEDs on the UPS front panel. Depending on the management software, you may get more information from there.

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