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Entry  Thu Nov 3 19:59:01 2016, awade, DailyProgress, Other, Power cycle in the lab? 
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Message ID: 1781     Entry time: Thu Dec 1 15:18:09 2016     In reply to: 1780
Author: awade 
Type: DailyProgress 
Category: Electronics Equipment 
Subject: Power cycle in the lab? 

Unit has one of these high current plugs. Never seen one like this, don't think the lab has a matching socket. Log AiMs job to get one installed?

Non-standard wall socket. Don't think we have one of these in the PSL lab.
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The APC SMX3000LVNC UPS unit arrived today.  It will need to be tagged and put into the LIGO asset system.

The question is where to locate in lab. Unit can be mounted vertically like a tower computer or rack mounted (obviously at the bottom as it is ~42 kg).  The lasers appear to be powered off a strip down the side of the table. The rest of the essential stuff is in the rack so that would be the place to put it.  There is already a bunch of heavy duty HV power supplies at the bottom of the rack, they will either have to be moved (not a great option) or the UPS might be installed above.  

Not sure how much more it will weigh when I charge it.

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