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# 249106 25-Apr-2019 22:17
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I purchased a second-hand HPE T750 G5 UPS on Trade Me recently for home use.

 

Soon after, I was lucky enough to score an Eaton 9PX 1000 unit for next to nothing so I'm looking to sell the HPE. According to the Trade Me seller, it was purchased new in 2018.

 

I believe it is a re-branded Eaton 5P which are quality units. It doesn't come with a network management card but one can be fitted (Eaton cards may be compatible but not 100% on that). The UPS management software can operate via USB connection to server so this isn't strictly required. 

 

See pics here

 

 

 

$250 pickup only.

 

 

 

 


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  # 2231562 6-May-2019 12:34
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  # 2232660 8-May-2019 09:07
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FYI, we looked at that 9PX deal for work, since it seemed to be in the too-good-to-be-true category. Keep a very close eye on the batteries - Eaton basically said that they've sat on a shelf for 18 months, and are likely hosed.


 
 
 
 




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  # 2232879 8-May-2019 12:09
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Not sure what deal you're referring to? The unit I have is only a couple of months old with new batteries. It was going to be used for a new site which didn't end up going ahead.


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