We hunted around for quite some time and didn’t find much that we liked when we were using
them, they all seemed a bit twitchy, but we’ve had good results from the APC ATS range -
we have 10 or so of them in use. YMMV but they seem really solid, and we’ve have had no
issues with them. We have the AP7721
not sure they go as small as you’re saying you want to go, but there are a few options
TechPac has them in stock from time to time. We ordered them through Dominic at Sereno.
On 18/02/2015, at 4:11 pm, Mark Foster <blakjak(a)blakjak.net> wrote:
Looking for a cost-effective solution to automatically switch a non-redundantly-powered
device between redundant power supplies.
For example running a single switch between a UPS-backed power supply and a direct-mains
power supply, so that I have some tolerance should the mains supply to the UPS fail (or
the UPS itself).
Essentially something like this:
But i'm looking for something relatively small and for a relatively low number of
devices (say anywhere from 1 to 3). I'm also not necessarily looking for >10A 240V;
the gear that'll be being run, is quite low current.
Anyone got any recommendations?
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