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Hi Guys,
I am a new guy for NMR management. We just installed Bruker Avance 300. Does anyone have the information of uninterruptible power supply for this NMR? What are the requirements (vol, Amp and power)? It will be appreciated if you can send me the information of the manufacturer and the catalog number.

Thanks in advance.

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