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Ensure your PC stays safe and sound during times of power surges with this 650VA Off-line uninterruptible power supply. Supporting a wide range of operating systems, a microprocessor that ensures you'll never have to worry about is reliability and a built in surge protector, this UPS is both cost-efficient and an essential item for anyone needing to keep their electronics safe.

  • 650VA/850VA/1000VA/2000VA line interactive UPS

  • Microprocessor control guarantees high reliability

  • Boost and buck AVR for voltage stabilization

  • Auto restart while AC is recovering

  • Simulated sine wave

  • Off-mode charging

  • Cold start function

  • USB communication port and RJ-11/RJ-45 protection

  • Overload, discharge and overcharge protection

  • Supports Windows 2000/2003/XP/Vista/2008, Windows 7/8, Linux, Unix, and MAC

Weight 4.2500
Physical Dimensions 287 x 100 x 142
Capacity 650 VA / 360 W
Voltage 110/120 VAC or 220/230/240 VAC
Voltage Range 81-145 VAC / 162-290 VAC
Frequency Range 60/50 Hz (auto sensing)
AC Voltage Regulation (Batt. Mode) ±10%
Frequency Range (Batt. Mode) 60 Hz or 50 Hz ±1 Hz
Transfer Time Typical 2-6 ms, 10ms max.
Waveform (Batt. Mode) Simulated Sine Wave
Battery Type & Number 12 V/7 AH x 1
Typical Recharge Time 4-6 hours recover to 90% capacity
AC Mode Green lighting - The right green LED lighting & the 2nd to 5th green LEDs gradually lighting indicating load level
Battery Mode Yellow flashing - The right green LED lighting & the 2nd to 5th green LEDs gradually lighting indicating load level
Fault Red lighting - Red LED lighting
Full Protection Overload, discharge, and overcharge protection
Battery Mode Sounding every 10 seconds
Low Battery Sounding every second
Overload Sounding every 0.5 second
Battery Replacement Alarm Sounding every 2 seconds
Fault Continuously sounding
Humidity 0-90 % RH @ 0- 40°C (non-condensing)
Noise Level Less than 40dB
Optional USB/RS-232 Port Supports Windows® 2000/2003/XP/Vista/2008/7, Linux, Unix, and MAC

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