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Mitsubishi Mr. Slim M/N MSH15EN

Hello I have a customer with what I would call it sub standard main electrical feed to their facility. When the power goes out to their facility so does there Mr Slim in their Server Room. Each time the power comes back ON they have to reset the Mr Slim by turning it back ON.
Is there a feature on these units that I can enable to recycle the Mr Slim back ON whenever the power goes out and comes back ON?? Basically program the unit so when the power come back ON it goes back to its last setting?

Dave Taylor
davidtaylor@hurckman.com
Hurckman Mechanical Industries
Green Bay, WI 54303
(920) 499-8771

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  • Control Man May 27, 2008

    Since the problem was more technical I opted to call Mitsubishi direct and get an answer. Come to find out there is a Jumper wire that can be cut so the unit will recycle after a power outage.





    Thanx anyways

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Try calling G A Larson's for technical advice. I think that they handle this product. 499-0866

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