[rescue] argh, what did I do? (Onyx)

nick at snowman.net nick at snowman.net
Tue Jan 14 11:35:01 CST 2003

Erm.  There is.  I've got one.  You can get up to 30amps.  more then 30
requires hardwiring though IIRC.

On Tue, 14 Jan 2003, Francisco Javier Mesa-Martinez wrote:

> On Tue, 14 Jan 2003, Joshua D Boyd wrote:
> > On Tue, Jan 14, 2003 at 10:44:17AM -0500, Thomas Gallaway wrote:
> > > Those might run on 220V 30AMP
> > > The US ONYX's all are 220V 30amp ... only draw 10amp in rather
> > > basic setup. As far as I know those are switched power supply's.
> > > I dont exactly know what you would have to do to get it up on 220V
> > > but I can find out.
> >
> > Please be more specific. Do you mean all RACK Onyxs?  Because I know for
> > certain that there are numerous Onyxs on 110V 20A, and I've heard many
> > reports of then working fine with a custom cord on 110V 15A.  Rack Onyxs
> > are a different beast in this case though.
> Deskside Onyxen (?) can work on 110V no problem (as long as the circuit
> can support the 15Am that it may draw at startup). The Rack onyxen
> actually use 2 of the same powersupplies (they are literally the same
> both physically and powerwise) so you need 2x the voltage. I doubt that
> you could operate them in a 110V because I do not think there is any 110V
> circuit that provides over 20A in the US.
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