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This review is from: PCM Powercom KING PRO KIN-2200AP 2200 VA 6 Outlets UPS
Cons: Batteries are cheap and has limited functionality regarding load, battery percentage or run times.
Other Thoughts: Regarding the previous reviewer using a hammer to remove the battery tray. When the batteries fail they can expand making it impossible to simply pull out the battery tray by hand. I used two Quick Grip clamps and the tray came out effortlessly in seconds. Just put one part of the clamp behind the batteries and the other part on the frame and clamp.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: EnGenius EPE-5818AF 802.3af PoE Injector
Pros: Works great with Engenius's older ES18U48-P1J power supplies.
Cons: Will not pass data more then a few days with provided PA1-1024-4DU power supplies.
Other Thoughts: Engenius support was terrible until I demanded to speak with a manger who put me in touch with someone that had a clue. Engenius recently changed their 48v ES18U48-P1J power supplies with newer faulty PA1-1024-4DU power supplies. Despite being past warranty they replaced all our power supplies and resolving our issue.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Exactly the size I was looking for in a portable server.
Loved the handle
Cons: Arrived with a broken CD Door
Useless 7" top bay
Cheap front CD Door Mechanism. * I bought this case knowing I wasn't going to keep the front faceplate anyhow *
Other Thoughts: A great server mod…
I replaced the front panel with my own custom aluminum panel. The new face fits a three SATA backplane I purchased on Newegg along a power switch. Additionally I had to make some modifications to the drive trays to support the larger backplane. The modifications was easy and there was plenty of room available for the mod. I also replaced the ultra quite rear 60mm fans with louder 6000rpm RPM version to improve cooling significantly.
The case now has 3 hot swappable SATA drives attached to a Highpoint 3510 raid controller running Raid 5. Burst rate is over 1100mb/s with an average sustain speed of 220mb/s. I’m currently using a q9450 CPU and 4GB of 1333mhz ram all running stable on Windows 2003 Server.
The server was designed to import, downsize and host 50,000-100,000 photos for 32 kiosk viewing stations. Often we have 3-4 memory cards importing at once. This server has significantly outperformed our older Dell PowerEdge 2800’s and is extremel