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Title : DC UPS Or how to keep your networking gear going 24/7
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Date : 10-Feb-2007
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Typical networking devices use "Black Block" type wall adapters to drop the main voltage to 9V-18V or higher. A wall transformer presents a large inductive load for inverters and is not recommended for use with computer UPS systems.
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