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Topic # 161758 19-Jan-2015 08:12
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looks like some kind of comms modular rack power supply?


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  Reply # 1217304 19-Jan-2015 08:43
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Huawei GYE EPS 01B Redundant Power Distribution Unit

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  Reply # 1217306 19-Jan-2015 08:52
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Did this fall off the back of a truck?

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1217319 19-Jan-2015 09:30
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nickb800: Did this fall off the back of a truck?


if it did, you certainly wouldnt want to be under it.

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  Reply # 1217323 19-Jan-2015 09:31
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Highly specific Telco Grade rack gear with someone asking what it is...

Either it fell off the back of a truck, someone found it on trademe/ebay or someone just cleaned out a Data Centre.



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  Reply # 1217327 19-Jan-2015 09:35
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wasabi2k: Highly specific Telco Grade rack gear with someone asking what it is...

Either it fell off the back of a truck, someone found it on trademe/ebay or someone just cleaned out a Data Centre.


Thats what it looks like, but what exactly does it do?

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  Reply # 1217335 19-Jan-2015 09:43
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wasabi2k: Highly specific Telco Grade rack gear with someone asking what it is...

Either it fell off the back of a truck, someone found it on trademe/ebay or someone just cleaned out a Data Centre.



Give that man a prize. :-)  Sold for $96 Sunday just gone.




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  Reply # 1217339 19-Jan-2015 09:48
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TLD:
wasabi2k: Highly specific Telco Grade rack gear with someone asking what it is...

Either it fell off the back of a truck, someone found it on trademe/ebay or someone just cleaned out a Data Centre.



Give that man a prize. :-)  Sold for $96 Sunday just gone.


so assuming that the original poster is the buyer of that auction ... why are they asking what it is ?!?! :-)



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TLD:
wasabi2k: Highly specific Telco Grade rack gear with someone asking what it is...

Either it fell off the back of a truck, someone found it on trademe/ebay or someone just cleaned out a Data Centre.



Give that man a prize. :-)  Sold for $96 Sunday just gone.


I wonder why he himself didn't put it on ebay for 1000 pounds...






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  Reply # 1217346 19-Jan-2015 09:58
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Mark:
TLD:
wasabi2k: Highly specific Telco Grade rack gear with someone asking what it is...

Either it fell off the back of a truck, someone found it on trademe/ebay or someone just cleaned out a Data Centre.



Give that man a prize. :-)  Sold for $96 Sunday just gone.


so assuming that the original poster is the buyer of that auction ... why are they asking what it is ?!?! :-)




AITMOAFU - if you dont know what it is or what it does why even bother to comment?

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  Reply # 1217351 19-Jan-2015 10:00
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What in the whole wide world is AITMOAFU?! Lol




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  Reply # 1217355 19-Jan-2015 10:05
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dimsim: 

AITMOAFU - if you dont know what it is or what it does why even bother to comment?


I've no clue what AITMOAFU means ... sounds nasty, you might want to get that looked at!

But the auctions clearly says what the thing being sold is : "Huawei GYE EPS 01B Redundant Power Distribution Unit"  why buy something without reading the words ?




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  Reply # 1217358 19-Jan-2015 10:07
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Mark:
dimsim: 

AITMOAFU - if you dont know what it is or what it does why even bother to comment?


I've no clue what AITMOAFU means ... sounds nasty, you might want to get that looked at!

But the auctions clearly says what the thing being sold is : "Huawei GYE EPS 01B Redundant Power Distribution Unit"  why buy something without reading the words ?



It short for Assumption is the mother of all.... well you get the picture and still stands.

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  Reply # 1217375 19-Jan-2015 10:33
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dimsim: 

It short for Assumption is the mother of all.... well you get the picture and still stands.


OK .. but why did your knickers get all twisted up ?

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  Reply # 1217386 19-Jan-2015 10:38
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Today it has been used for a bit of interesting posting on GZ :-)


But I suspect that it woud normaly get used to convert the Local AC power supply to a reguated DC suppy To maintain the charge in back up batterys & @ the same time use the DC supply from the batteries via a reguated DC power compenets on to Telco gear attached.


These and simmilar (larger and smaler & differnt manufactures) can be foud in just about every Buiding, Hut, Box or Cabinet houseing active Telco equipemnt in NZ



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  Reply # 1217391 19-Jan-2015 10:41
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InstallerUFB: Today it has been used for a bit of interesting posting on GZ :-)


But I suspect that it woud normaly get used to convert the Local AC power supply to a reguated DC suppy To maintain the charge in back up batterys & @ the same time use the DC supply from the batteries via a reguated DC power compenets on to Telco gear attached.


These and simmilar (larger and smaler & differnt manufactures) can be foud in just about every Buiding, Hut, Box or Cabinet houseing active Telco equipemnt in NZ


Excellent - just what I was after, thank-you!

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