Originally Posted by Iusteve
I have a dedicated 20A line for my equipment rack and one for the projector. Will the H15 work with a 20A circuit or does it need to be a 15A?
Also what "reputable" dealers are there for the APC line??
And is it safe to assume that Middle Atlantic makes a custom RSH shelf for the APC's?
The H15 shouldnt
have a problem with that, but you might want to contact APC to make sure. Their site (link
) lists the maximum input at 15A, so I would definately check. I dont know what the line I have mine connected to is (15A or 20A)
I purchased my H15 from Vann's I think, possibly Amazon and they are an authorized dealer. Its been installed for about 5 months and working great.
I have seen H15's in custom Middle Atlantic racks at other sites ([Hardforum]) being one so I am sure its totally possible to get a shelf made and a custom face plate as well.
Originally Posted by NicksHitachi
i really thought the only difference between 10-15 was the lcd panel on front....... I do like the look of it though.
Yes, ded line for amps for sure. My EP4000 will trip the APC into overload protect when the BASS hits!
Their are other differences such as I dont think the H10 does voltage regulation, doesnt have as many banks, and cannot handle the wattage the H15 can.
I will put it this way, I have a 125x5 channel amp, 7.1 avr, DVR, Router, xbox360, laserdisc player, 56" DLP, Polk PSW125 subwoofer all hooked up to mine and when watching movies (at a apartment suitable level) I barely hit 30% usage of the availible power.
Now since I cannot do dedicated jacks and have power issues (due to the apartment complex I live in) I plugged my amp into the H15, I wouldnt recommend it to a homeowner with a setup like this one.