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Topic # 182527 19-Oct-2015 19:06
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http://dynamix.co.nz/index.html?do=viewproduct&code=UPS1000HB&ID=165465071  

If I have one of these, does it have 3 batteries in it?




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  Reply # 1409437 19-Oct-2015 19:08
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I had a look in thus thread which seems a similar unit http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=84&topicid=173538&page_no=3 




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  Reply # 1409452 19-Oct-2015 19:45
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the spec sheet says
UPS1000HB - 3PCS 12VDC/7Ah

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1409463 19-Oct-2015 19:59
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Jase2985: the spec sheet says
UPS1000HB - 3PCS 12VDC/7Ah


So that means 3 batteries doesn't it?

Pity it doesn't give their physical sizes.




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  Reply # 1409466 19-Oct-2015 20:02
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Hmm which is odd as this spec sheet says 2pcs http://dynamix.co.nz/productimages/pdfs/pc90.pdf




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  Reply # 1409468 19-Oct-2015 20:03
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The 12v7AH are a pretty standard size no matter which brand.

It's not very difficult to take one apart and measure the actual size, just be careful, UPS's bite even when unplugged



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  Reply # 1409469 19-Oct-2015 20:05
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gregmcc: The 12v7AH are a pretty standard size no matter which brand.

It's not very difficult to take one apart and measure the actual size, just be careful, UPS's bite even when unplugged


Yeah that's what I'll have to do.  I saw in the other thread that century batteries may be a good place?




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  Reply # 1409473 19-Oct-2015 20:11
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davidcole: Hmm which is odd as this spec sheet says 2pcs http://dynamix.co.nz/productimages/pdfs/pc90.pdf


its a different part number.

and PCS generally means piece so yes 3 batteries

and the batteries are pretty standard in size, 92H x 151L x 65W mm +/- a few mills

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  Reply # 1409769 20-Oct-2015 12:50
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I've got the 1000D version which is just two batteries

http://www.kebopower.com/en/ShowProd.asp?ID=1292

Surprised they can fit 3 batteries in that chassis.

Need to pickup some replacement batteries myself. The current ones I'm using are RT1270




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  Reply # 1409771 20-Oct-2015 12:51
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openmedia: I've got the 1000D version which is just two batteries

http://www.kebopower.com/en/ShowProd.asp?ID=1292

Surprised they can fit 3 batteries in that chassis.

Need to pickup some replacement batteries myself. The current ones I'm using are RT1270


I might have been looking at the wrong one.  Seems there's two 1000 labelled UPS devices.




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  Reply # 1409782 20-Oct-2015 13:11
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UPS1000HB 1000VA 750W - dimensions - 145 x 400 x 220mm - 3 batteries @ 12VDC 7AH - back up time at 1/2 load ~15mins
UPS1000 1000VA 600W - dimensions - 120 x 300 x 190mm - 2 batteries @ 12VDC 7AH - back up time at 1/2 load >10mins

different products and i may be incorrect but it doesnt look like the UPS1000 is in stock or being sold at many places

there is a UPS1000A as well which is slightly different to the UPS1000, mainly in looks and dimensions

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  Reply # 1409832 20-Oct-2015 14:17
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I've bought a battery from Natbat, good service. Interested in the result, I'll need to do it some time.




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  Reply # 1409841 20-Oct-2015 14:30
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If you take the UPS apart and it meets size and electrical requirements, sure. I got the Panasonic version, just because I know the brand.




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  Reply # 1409885 20-Oct-2015 15:35
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davidcole: So theoretically these would work in my case? http://www.natbat.co.nz/ups-batteries/batteries/?Product=61466&item=PowerSonic+12v+7%2E0Ah+UPS%2FGeneral+Purpose+Battery 


yes like has been said twice before 12v7ah batteries are pretty much all the same size.

"and the batteries are pretty standard in size, 92H x 151L x 65W mm +/- a few mills"

the space in the ups will be able to accept slightly bigger or smaller ones.

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  Reply # 1409968 20-Oct-2015 17:20
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Be aware also that there are two terminal sizes.

http://www.batterystuff.com/kb/articles/battery-articles/terminal-type-f1-f2-tabs.html

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