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# 220150 27-Jul-2017 23:20
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http://www.nbnco.com.au/connect-home-or-business/already-connected/nbn-equipment.html

 

http://www.nbnco.com.au/content/dam/nbnco/documents/nbn-fibre-user-guide.pdf

 

Have anyone tried obtaining those for use in NZ? They are neat, wall mounted, and have features that I want.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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  # 1832604 28-Jul-2017 07:07
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Get one of these instead. Review here.


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  # 1832631 28-Jul-2017 08:42
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Get one of these instead. Review here.

 

 

I wish I bought one of their dual voltage models when they were listed (or even at the time you did the review, @timmmay). Now that I'm finally getting around to tidying things up and replace the standard UPS, both of their current models only do 12V so no good for the RT-AC68U.





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  # 1832705 28-Jul-2017 10:24
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But the Constant Vigil is not wall mounted and not as feature rich.

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  # 1832801 28-Jul-2017 12:20
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Stu:

 

I wish I bought one of their dual voltage models when they were listed (or even at the time you did the review, @timmmay). Now that I'm finally getting around to tidying things up and replace the standard UPS, both of their current models only do 12V so no good for the RT-AC68U.

 

 

From their website:

 

"Like its' predecessor, the integrated model is available in both a Common model (same voltage on two ports) or Dual model (different voltages on two ports) format. The Common 12V model satisfies the majority of fibre installations within New Zealand but custom voltage models are available upon request"

 

So it's looks like a custom voltage model is available on request rather than a direct order from the website.


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  # 1832829 28-Jul-2017 12:35
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Might talk to them about it.




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