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#171541 - 11/30/07 11:54 AM Remote Control for UPS to Power for Disconnect.
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Hi,
Under the 2002 code is there a requirment for the ups to be able to disconnect commercial power if there is a fire?

If so what article?

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#171544 - 11/30/07 12:38 PM Re: Remote Control for UPS to Power for Disconnect. [Re: windmiller]
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#171737 - 12/04/07 12:43 PM Re: Remote Control for UPS to Power for Disconnect. [Re: sparkyinak]
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Remote EPO is only required for datacenters. For all other appliations, no remote is required, though certainly not prohibited. (Try convincing people that they need a magic "off" button without a code to point to, though!)

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