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Re: Model 320 questions



fixed

I went back and looked and I can't find the BTU's either.

That is very unusual for that document not to have those
numbers.

The Sales Manual normally is the source of reliable
information

I would shorten the link but I don't think David cares
for that due to the archives. Those short links "expire".





Peter Dow (ML) wrote:

Thanks Pat -- that's one heck of a link (lengthwise that is). It says
it can operate on 110-220VAC and uses 0.862 kVA, and says the starting
current is 74A. Looks like I'd need a new circuit for that. No mention
of BTUs.

Pat Barber wrote:

Not that old..

http://www-01.ibm.com/common/ssi/index.wss?DocURL=http://www-01.ibm.com/common/ssi/rep_sm/5/897/ENUS9406-_h05/index.html&InfoType=DD&InfoSubType=SM&InfoDesc=HW+%26+SW+Desc+%28Sales+Manual%2C+RPQ%29&panelurl=index.wss%3Fbuttonpressed%3DDET001PT116%26page%3D1000%26paneltext1%3DDET001PEF012%26user%2Btype%3DEXT&paneltext=HW%20&%20SW%20desc%20(Sales%20manual,%20RPQ)

and it supports current releases.


Peter Dow (ML) wrote:


Ok, sorry for the misinformation.

Model number . . . . . : 820
Processor feature . . : 24AC

Auxiliary storage:
System ASP . . . . . . : 527.4 G
% system ASP used . . : 85.8130
Total . . . . . . . . : 527.4 G

That also explains why I couldn't find model 320 in the info center --
too old.

So what's the story on the 820?













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