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Cheap 850VA UPS with 3 x UK sockets - £40.47 deliverd @ eBuyer

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Cheap Uninterruptible Power Supply. You get what you pay. Bottom of the range item, but you do get double the capacity you would normally have at this price point. Specifications: Capacity… Read More
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Cheap Uninterruptible Power Supply.

You get what you pay.

Bottom of the range item, but you do get double the capacity you would normally have at this price point.

Specifications:

Capacity: 850VA
Input: 145Vac~280Vac 50/60Hz
Output: 220Vac 50Hz
Output wave: Ladder wave (at battery)
Transfer time: < 10ms
Transformer: 96 x 32(AL)
Battery : 1 x 12V7AH
Output Socket : UNIVERSAL SOCKET x 3PCS/C15
Input power line : Britain Standard Single head x 1PCS/A12
Inner Dimensions : 390 x 170 x 230 mm
Pakage Dimensions : 410 x 360 x 250 mm

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#1
Perfect for hooking up your wireless modem/router, NAS, CCTV system, cup warmer etc...

Far cry from your average £150 APC UPS box, but at this price you can't complain.

Click here if you are not sure what an UPS is.

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#2
seems like a good price, i mean for £40 sheats, its not bad for those importants things
#3
thinking of getting one of these for my router as laptop has 4-5hr battery 6 on lowest settings shove the router on one of these and i still have internet :-D
#4
How do these work, does it come on when he mains power is lost?

Sorry if its a stupid question
#5
Fatal Error;8305665
How do these work, does it come on when he mains power is lost?

Sorry if its a stupid question

Will detect a power cut within 10 milliseconds and switch over to battery power.
#6
How long would this run for when mains power is down?
15 Minutes max?
#7
stamfordblue;8305749
How long would this run for when mains power is down?
15 Minutes max?

PC & LCD montior, while playing a 3D mass murdering game - 10min.

PC & LCD monitor, surfing the web - may be up to 30min.

NAS box/router, several hours.
#8
Been thinking about getting one for a while now, maybe I'll finally get one, thanks :)
#9
Can't see any USB ports for monitoring or auto shut-down of PC. Anyone know if it has this facility?
#10
MrFizzy;8306900
Can't see any USB ports for monitoring or auto shut-down of PC. Anyone know if it has this facility?

Nope, it does not. It is the most primitive/featureless UPS in existence.

The only good thing it has going for it is the price & battery capacity.
#11
MrFizzy
Can't see any USB ports for monitoring or auto shut-down of PC. Anyone know if it has this facility?


..without that its mostly useless TBH.

UPS are supposed to be devices to provide power long enough to cleanly shutdown a PC/server,
this one will work for 10 mins or so, then cut out and the attached PC will have no warning.

Pay the fiver or so extra for one with a USB:
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/196277 @ £46
(ok less capacity 500VA, but does have USB)


or a base model APC @ £60
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/25766
#12
yep, its cheap, but @ £40 you could power fishtanks, routers, modems, cctv cams etc etc on these if power goes, not just for a PC, million and one other uses, but as someone else pointed out, that bit extra gives you a better product.
#13
We're in London, and I think we've only had one outage in 10 years. OTOH, we do get occasional power glitches, where the power cuts out for a second or so - long enough to turn the PC off, which can be annoying. This UPS would work for that, although I suspect it's possible to find something cheaper just for that as you don't need much power to keep things alive for a couple of seconds.
#14
Please note, this looks like a no-name chinese brand so therefore it may be hard to find a battery replacement, unlike APC where you can find batteries nearly everywhere.

It is also the bottom of the line standby/offline UPS, which to be fair shouldn't be a major problem if you don't experience too many brownouts or have quite sensitive equipment attached.
#15
I have in the basement a diesel electric generator with batteries so within 5 minutes of a power cut, the generator power-on while the batteries keep everything running in the interim. To be honest this is primarily for my secure data server which can only be assessed physically.

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