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sienz (Programmer) (OP)
23 Apr 07 21:55
Hi,

Can someone recommend me any excellent UPS for Nortel BCM400? At least that can hold about 2-4 hours.

We only have about 30 phones in the office.

Is there any specific requirement for the UPS?

Thank you
Helpful Member!  Johnthephoneguy (TechnicalUser)
24 Apr 07 6:26
http://www.apc.com/tools/ups_selector/index.cfm

Select configure by devices, then select the BCM model you have, it is a good tool that will allow you to input your own time requirements and what they recommend.  Based on that result, you can search for a good Battery Back up that meets those requirements (meaning you dont have to buy the APC model, but a similiar one)

JohnThePhoneGuy

"If I can't fix it, it's not broke!"

sienz (Programmer) (OP)
24 Apr 07 11:46
Thank you Johnthephoneguy, that's a great site.

Last question, What is the different between Standard (high/low)?

We only have BCM400 with about 30 phones and callpilot.

Thank you
Johnthephoneguy (TechnicalUser)
24 Apr 07 12:02
It doesn't clearly explain that, but I would think it is capacity, if you have 20 phones it would be low, 100 phones would be high i think.  At least it sounds good!  :)

JohnThePhoneGuy

"If I can't fix it, it's not broke!"

sienz (Programmer) (OP)
24 Apr 07 12:07
Johnthephoneguy,

There is an option for me to choose either BCM400S tandard (high/low) and I think since I only have 30 phones, It would be low.

Thank you for that site again.

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