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    Default Who is FSPs UPS manfuacturer?

    I have just recently looked into one FSP Fortron/Source UPS, the EP2000, and it it almost the same as Sweex PP210 (also taking into acount the FSP has fan etc. being for higher power). ALso has same output waveform running on batteries. Even the exterior is almost the same.

    But I am quite sure FSP is not making this, rather than that they have them made by some OEM. Anybody has any idea who that is? I know this style (yeallow cheap board, Jamicon and similar caps, similar heatsinks etc.), I have seen it in many different UPSes made up to 10 years back, I just don't know who it is.

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    Maybe Sanke Electrical or Must Power?

    Doubt it's someone more capable like Santak or Voltronic...
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    Here is the photo of the Sweex PP210 board.

    I think this si really huge OEM in UPS business, their boards are really quite common. Different types from the cheapest weak models to multiple conversion many kVA units. Or there is multiple of them using similar style, maybe even some of them stealing the technology, that is the only other explanation I can think of
    Last edited by Behemot; 11-26-2014 at 11:24 AM.

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    Any idea?

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    Must Power, nearly certain
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    Just found that G-Tec (I have some older, quite OK sine-wave UPS, after recap, otherwise it discharged batteries till they died completelly) has also their UPS, see http://www.gtec-power.eu/en/ups/lp-120-line-interactive

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