We have a Dell RPS720 for our N2048 Switch. I can find specs online, but cannot seem to find anything about how long the UPS will last on load. Any I just missing something obvious here or a calculation that I need to perform?
The UPS is the 720, as in this document: PDFDoc
We are using one N2048 switch and the UPS can power four (we just only have one switch).
I can contact Dell but thought somebody here may know first, I prefer this community. Any thoughts?
This seems to be the relevant data for the model, but I cant see a runtime (I guess its a calculation that is needed):
Input Voltage Universal input– 90 to 264 VAC
Nominal input– 15 to 230 VAC.
Input Frequency Range 47 to 63 Hz
Max. Input AC Current 2.3 A max per supply
(9.2 A total for four supplies in
Output Voltage and Current
Parameter 12 V output unit
Nominal Output Voltage +12 V
Absolute Maximum Tolerance +/- 5 %
Output Ripple Voltage 500 mV pk-pk
Minimum Current 0.0 A
Maximum Current 15 A
Simple answer here... its not a UPS. :face_with_tears_of_joy:
DustinB3403 last edited by DustinB3403
This is an external power supply, not a UPS. So runtime isn't something that you can calculate.
If you lost power, this unit would just turn off.
scottalanmiller last edited by
That was an easy one.