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Powerware 9330 15kVA UPS

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We've got a 9330 UPS that's giving us a no bypass error. We're using this UPS to step down power (to US voltage) and provide battery backup. It's working well, but it's giving us 60Hz on the output but our mains are 50Hz, it sees 50Hz and is wired for 50Hz at the back, but it's giving us 60Hz out. Do you know to change the output to 50Hz?

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