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Topic # 113417 16-Jan-2013 14:55 Send private message

The UPS aspect of this device became a secondary feature and it was the AC switching (via inbuild HTTP server over ethernet) that I used it for primarily. I've checked the APC site and they don't make it any more, does anyone know of any alternatives?

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  Reply # 745722 16-Jan-2013 15:01 Send private message




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  Reply # 745726 16-Jan-2013 15:06 Send private message

ubergeeknz: Something like this? http://dataprobe.com/remote-reboot.html


Looks good, but I suspect very expensive. APC say my existing device (APC Back-UPS HS BH500INET) is not available in my country, however, I've found it listed on pricespy.

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  Reply # 745772 16-Jan-2013 16:04 Send private message

Have you contacted APC in NZ? IT Power are the NZ agents.



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  Reply # 745851 16-Jan-2013 18:15 Send private message

thanks

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