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Old 19th January, 2006, 11:42 PM
Aedan Aedan is offline
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Next up, the logic board just slides outwards. I also removed the transformer from the plastic casing, as it makes my life easier when testing it. So, the picture below shows all the major parts of the UPS. That's the battery, the transformer and the controller board. The controller board has three RJ45 jacks for protecting networks. There's not a lot there for protection beyond some surge suppressors.

The transformer works both ways, converting mains into 14V for charging the battery, and for converting the 12V from the battery into 240V for the mains.
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