[Server-devel] 12 Volt power system for School Servers.
dfarning at activitycentral.com
Wed May 29 16:42:59 EDT 2013
The piece I am looking at is reducing the losses between the battery and
Several systems have a 12V Battery which is inverted to 120AC which is then
transformed back to low voltage DC for input to the server/AP. That doesn't
seem very efficient.
On Wed, May 29, 2013 at 3:29 PM, Sameer Verma <sverma at sfsu.edu> wrote:
> On Wed, May 29, 2013 at 1:03 PM, David Farning
> <dfarning at activitycentral.com> wrote:
> > Tony could you share more information about your work on 12 Volt power
> > supplies for School Servers?
> > Whenever I see a School Server setup containing a 12V Battery, an
> > a power strip, and a couple of 120V to 12V power supplies to provide
> > for the server and the AP... my eyes start to tear up:(
> > The situation I am looking at has power part of the day so we can
> > the battery. To keep things simple we would like to use a Trimslice or
> > and off the shelf AP.
> > Ideally we would like to have 'kit' that contained everything except that
> > battery that can be set up and tested before arriving at the deployment.
> > Thanks
> > --
> > David Farning
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> What about an off-the-shelf SoHo UPS unit?
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