Re: UPS Advice
- From: Mike Tomlinson <mike@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 7 Jun 2009 06:54:32 +0100
In article <6a54d46e-a8bc-4829-8f25-8a97aecf4270@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
s.com>, westom <westom1@xxxxxxxxx> writes
makes you as kooky as I.
Yeah, you're kooky alright w_twat. You can't claim any credibility if
you won't declare your much-vaunted training and qualifications, much
less post insults from behind the anonymity of a nym on Google Groups
then run away like a little kid when you get the inevitable spanking.
There's no point in trying to lick nobody's arse to get him on side; he
can see straight through you, as so many others have done in the past.
Do you recall a recent thread in demon.tech.pc, where you completely
misinterpreted my reply to jasee in your haste to post a rebuttal?
Where you suggested that I had told jasee to buy a replacement UPS when
I had done no such thing? Isn't it odd that you disappeared after that
In that same thread I asked you some questions; you know, the ones where
I predicted you would go quiet and disappear when asked? These
Still never answered - embarrassing questions:
- Why do the only 2 examples of protection in the IEEE guide use plug-in
- Why does the NIST guide says plug-in suppressors are "the easiest
- Why does the IEEE guide say in one example "the only effective way of
protecting the equipment is to use a multiport protector"?
- In the IEEE example how would a service panel suppressor provide any
- Why does SquareD say "electronic equipment may need additional
protection by installing plug-in [suppressors] at the point of use."
For real science read the IEEE and NIST guides. Both say plug-in
suppressors are effective.
"You've claimed this on many occasions over many years [to work for a
"PSU shop"] but have never posted any evidence when challenged, for
example your claim that you have a degree. When challenged to provide
evidence of same (by anybody), you've invariably gone quiet or reverted
to personal attacks."
And this one (odd how my prediction came true, isn't it?)
"Explain how [to measure ripple voltage with a multimeter] in words of
one syllable, with numbers. (You won't, of course; you'll run away like
you usually do when challenged.)"
And this one?
"And how exactly do you put the PSU of a non-booting PC under maximum
And a new one?
"Can we please have a formal definition of a "computer grade" UPS?"
"Why are you unable to comprehend simple English, let alone write it?"
As I've said many a time: "If anyone engages with w_tom and contradicts
him, his modus operandi is to start deliberately misquoting them, then
lying outright to defend his peculiar idée fixes and profitable pastime
selling whole-house earthing solutions." Your response illustrates that
You're still ignoring the questions that Bud and I have put to you many
times. Why are you too scared to answer them? Could it possibly be
because you're a dishonest, mendacious liar?
(='.'=) Bunny says Windows 7 is Vi$ta reloaded.
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