[mythtv-users] Uninterruptible Power Supply
greg12866 at nycap.rr.com
Tue Dec 22 19:22:22 UTC 2009
Brian Wood wrote:
> On Tuesday 22 December 2009 08:41:39 am greg wrote:
>> Where I live (Northern NY) you pretty much have to have a generator..We
>> loose the power here for days at a time,the longest time I recall, was
>> four days..I don't have my generator hooked up to come on automatically
>> (too cheap to pay for the switching gear),I can have the generator on
>> line in 15 minutes.... I can run the whole house,plus my neighbor's for
>> about $15 a day...
> You can perhaps have your genny up in 15 minutes, if you happen to be at
> home at the time.
> You're right though, automatic transfer switches are very expensive, and you
> also need an electric start generator, and a battery system that provides
> enough power to start it.
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Through good fortune and planning I'm retired,and pretty much hibernate
from November to April,so I am usually around...If we go away my
neighbor can start it up...
I have it all hooked up and only need to flip the main breaker
(wouldn't want to hurt the lineman),and flip one switch,hit start on the
Generator,and she is up and running..
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