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Author Topic: Furman conditioner on TrippLite double conversion UPS  (Read 817 times)

Mike Caldwell

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Re: Furman conditioner on TrippLite double conversion UPS
« Reply #10 on: October 23, 2019, 10:24:16 am »

The Furman model in question is a little more than a couple of MOV's across the line.
It will power down with over and under voltage power issues.

Unless you need the multiple extra outlets no need to use it.

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Re: Furman conditioner on TrippLite double conversion UPS
« Reply #11 on: October 27, 2019, 03:18:44 pm »

You are likely remembering that UPSís and generators donít mix...

Please explain this? I've never heard such a thing, unless you are somehow powering the generator from the UPS, which would be counterintuitive at best but more likely nonsensical.
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Re: Furman conditioner on TrippLite double conversion UPS
« Reply #12 on: October 27, 2019, 03:47:51 pm »

Please explain this? I've never heard such a thing, unless you are somehow powering the generator from the UPS, which would be counterintuitive at best but more likely nonsensical.

Apparently there are a number of UPS designs that view line frequency variations as a "failure" and switch to battery.  Finding this out at a gig will leave a mark. ;)
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Re: Furman conditioner on TrippLite double conversion UPS
« Reply #13 on: October 27, 2019, 05:28:05 pm »

Apparently there are a number of UPS designs that view line frequency variations as a "failure" and switch to battery.  Finding this out at a gig will leave a mark. ;)

Try ALL of them. (well, my experience is with mostly with APC 1000VA and up)
Line freq in not "in range", and they trip.
An almost adequate Genny on a good solid bass hit will trip the UPS.
Should be no problem with inverter Genny's
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