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Dynamode 850VA UPS - just £29.99 + delivery !

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9y, 8m agoFound 9 years, 8 months ago
Dynamode 850VA UPS - £29.99 + delivery @ Ebuyer

This is Deal of the Day @ Ebuyer with a price tag of £29.99 inc VAT but the product page hasnt been updated yet. Price inc supersaver delivery should be ~ £36 !! (Free delivery on all orders over £50).

[Input] : Voltage :- 220Vac/230Vac | Frequency :- 50Hz
[Output] : Output to 2 x UK Mains sockets (3 pin) | Voltage :- 220Vac/230Vac +/- 10% | Frequency :- 50Hz | Transfer Time :- <10ms including direction time | Wave Form :- Sine wave under municipal supply, square wave under battery operation
[Protection] : Overload :- As load over 130%, UPS is protected in 3 seconds | Load Input :- Fuse for overload & short circuit protection | Short Circuit :- UPS output cut off immediately
[Battery] : Type :- Sealed, maintenance-free lead acid | Protection :- Auto-inspection, discharge protection and battery fault caution | Battery :- Normally battery must be charged once every three months, and it isnt less than 6 hours once a time
[Audible Alarm] : Battery Supply | Sufficient battery capacity - buzzer rings every 4 seconds, red light flashes | Insufficient battery capacity, buzzer rings every 1 second, red lightflashes | Battery Low Voltage or Overload/Short Circuit :- Buzzer keeps ringing, red light on
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#2
I considered posting this but saw other people offering it at similar price.

Not bad though to give you pcs time to shut down & smooth out your power supply, I wish those 500VA/650VA £17-£20 Belkin UPSs would return though :)

Bear in mind this has a 510watt limit on active battery devices attached meaning you can't attach power hungry devices but should do your monitors, pcs and laptops fine so long as you don't have too many. (Just because your PC might have a 600watt+ PSU chances are it's nowhere near this in usage)

The more devices you have though the faster the battery will drain in a power outage.
#3
I'll second that schizoboy, my psu is rated at 650 watts but my UPS is only rated 450 and it runs my pc and monitor with no problem, its saved my bacon a couple of times now allowing me to shut down my pc and save all my work when theres been a power cut! There is a way to get it to do it automatically i just havent figured it out with vista yet because my drivers where for win2000.
It gives me a window of about 10 minutes though to shut down safely. They are a good investment though and my pc runs more smoothly as it puts out an even voltage whereas the normal uk output often fluctuates between 210 and 230 volts!
I dont trust them 100% on surge protection though so i have it running through a surge protector first (better safe than sorry!)
#4
Hmm there is no surge protector on Dynamode UPS devices?
#5
I have always wondered on UPSes - if I put one on my server, it would be fine to shut the power down in the event of power failure, but would it automatically restart once the power came back up? Not much point if you can't do that. I presume it would need to "tell" the server some how to switch back on?
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Zedmeister
I have always wondered on UPSes - if I put one on my server, it would be fine to shut the power down in the event of power failure, but would it automatically restart once the power came back up? Not much point if you can't do that. I presume it would need to &quot;tell&quot; the server some how to switch back on?
The nicer ones do this, via wake on lan or usb with custom settings to decide to turn on after power is restored or 50%/100% charge etc, these cheaper ones are primarily meant to smooth out power, surge protect if they have that feature and give you a chance to save your work/hardware from any damage
#7
schizoboy
The nicer ones do this, via wake on lan or usb with custom settings to decide to turn on after power is restored or 50%/100% charge etc, these cheaper ones are primarily meant to smooth out power, surge protect if they have that feature and give you a chance to save your work/hardware from any damage

Thanks for that. Know of any that are cheap, will do that and keep my server running 15 mins while it shuts down? My server is not very power hungry - just a basic Dell server Poweredge SC420.
#8
Online ones do it i think. google is your friend :)
#9
schizoboy
The nicer ones do this, via wake on lan or usb with custom settings to decide to turn on after power is restored or 50%/100% charge etc, these cheaper ones are primarily meant to smooth out power, surge protect if they have that feature and give you a chance to save your work/hardware from any damage


To be honest any decent server should do this for you! There is an option in the BIOS for it. Infact, my crappy dell desktop has this option and auto reboots when there is a power cut.

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