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Hi i jus need box and speaker specs for the dual 2 ohm 10pw3

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General Information Manufacturer: Eaton Corporation
Manufacturer Part Number: 103004248-5592
Manufacturer Website Address: www.eaton.com/EatonCom/Markets/NorthAmerica
Brand Name: Eaton
Product Series: PW3105
Product Model: PW3105 700
Product Name: Powerware PW3105 700VA Tower UPS
Product Type: Standby UPS
Technical Information Plug/Connector Type: NEMA 5-15P
Receptacles: 4 x NEMA 5-15R - Battery Backup System
Switching Time:

  • 6 ms
  • 6 ms
Dataline Protection: RJ-45 Internet
Power Description Load Capacity: 700VA/420W
Input Voltage: 110V AC
Input Voltage Range: 0V AC to 160V AC
Output Voltage: 115V AC
Frequency:
  • 50Hz
  • 60Hz
Management Overload Protection: Circuit Breaker
Interfaces/Ports Interfaces/Ports: 1 x USB
Battery Information Batteries: Maintenance Free Sealed Lead-acid
Backup/Run Time: 3 Minute 420W Full-load
Physical Characteristics Form Factor: Tower
Dimensions:
  • 4.4" Height x 11" Width x 7" Depth
  • 4.4" Height x 11" Width x 7" Depth
Weight: 9.7 lb
Miscellaneous Certifications & Standards:
  • Safety: UL 1778 3rd Edtion/CSAC22.2 No107.3, Designed to meet UL497A
  • EMI: FCC Class B
  • Software Included: Powerware LanSafe Software
    Green Compliance: Yes
    Green Compliance Certificate/Authority: RoHS

    Posted on Jan 22, 2009

    • Roberta Smith
      Roberta Smith Jan 22, 2009

      ok i stand corrected... you have posted in the ups catagory... what are the speakers ?

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