Just unplug the UPS and look.  The UPS should be able to run for a little
while without power or it's no damn good.

Rob Berendt
--
"They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary
safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."
Benjamin Franklin



                    Mark Allen
                    <allenmark@nu-z.net       To:     midrange-l@midrange.com
                    >                         cc:
                    Sent by:                  Fax to:
                    midrange-l-admin@mi       Subject:     RE: Electrical plug ?
                    drange.com


                    01/09/2002 03:28 PM
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                    midrange-l






Found out that I had to dig, but it was a no brainer anyways...duh our
400 doesn't plug into the wall but the UPS which is then plugged into
the wall, so its off to find the UPS documentation.............

But thanks all anyways, bookmarked the links so if I need 'em for
something else......


Mark Allen
I.S. Manager
Wilkes Telephone & Electric
A Dycom Company
Phone: (706) 678-9565
Email: allenmark@nu-z.net
http://www.nu-z.net




:-----Original Message-----
:From: midrange-l-admin@midrange.com
:[mailto:midrange-l-admin@midrange.com] On Behalf Of Andy
:Nolen-Parkhouse
:Sent: Wednesday, January 09, 2002 3:12 PM
:To: midrange-l@midrange.com
:Subject: RE: Electrical plug ?
:
:
:Mark,
:
:Best bet is to look at what it's plugged into now, because it
:is possible to choose different plugs.  You might have ordered
:a watertight version.  The default for the 720 in the United
:States is 250V, 15 Amp. Plug is: NEMA WD-1: 6-15P.  If you
:gave that information to an electrician, they would know what to get.
:
:Source for information is the InfoCenter.  Start with 'system
:planning and installation', then 'Physical Planning for your
:New System', then futz around until you find references for
:the 720.  They only feature the very current models up front,
:so you have to dig a bit.
:
:http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/html/as400/v5r1/ic2924/index.htm
:
:Regards,
:Andy Nolen-Parkhouse
:
:> Subject: Electrical plug ?
:>
:> O esteemed and knowledgeable members:
:>
:>         Where can I find the specs for the electrical
:outlet/plug for our
:> AS/400 (model 720)?  New building under construction and would
:> really like to be able to plug it in when we move it!!!!
:Need it for
:> the contractors doing the work..
:
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