Re: UPS Advice
04-01-2012 01:20:30 AM
I seem to recall this discussion a while back, thanks for the reminder.
(long time, no see, ScottMac!)
Maybe plug in a power strip (with proper outlet spacing) to the new UPS?
Don't use a surge protector behind the UPS, depending on a variety of conditions, "it could be a Bad Thing."
I went to the hospital in late Oct for a couple weeks, and was diagnosed with Lupus. I was released but went back in in November for another month. I was discharged to rehab because the steroids (for the Lupus treatment) weakened my major muscle groups in the hips, thighs, shoulders, and upper arms (I couldn't stand or walk). I did six weeks in rehab and got out at the end of January.
Since then I've been catching up at work and working out to build strength and get back to "normal." There are some other complications, but I'm working through them as possible.
I'll be working my way back into the forums as I get caught up with everything.
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