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Plexus V 500VA UPS @ £18.99 Ebuyer.com
Plexus V 500VA UPS @ £18.99 Ebuyer.com

Plexus V 500VA UPS @ £18.99 Ebuyer.com

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The Plexus V Series is a reliable, cost-effective UPS. With its sleek case and Compact Design it looks equally at home in the office or domestic environment. The Plexus V is ideal for applications requiring basic, no nonsense, economical power protection.

with innovative LCD display. Each unit’s display will keep you quickly updated on mains and battery status ensuring continuous protection of your equipment and data.

the Automatic Voltage Regulation (AVR) function of the V Series ensures regulated power to your equipment even under poor supply conditions. It also protects your modem Phone and Fax line via a filtered socket, eliminating one the most common causes of hardware failure.

The Plexus V Series UPS also Ships with Intelligent Shutdown / Power Management Software as standard

Back Up / Run Time -
Half load - Max - 15 Minutes / Usual 10 Minutes
Full Load - 2 Minutes

Features:
Microprocessor control
USB Port
LCD Status Displayer
Automatic Voltage Regulation
Emergency power backup protects your valuable data and computer hardware
Short Circuit & Overload Protection
Over Charge & Over Discharge Protection
Smart Audible & LCD Icon Alarms
Surge, Spike and Lightning Protection
Fax/Modem/Tel Protection Port
User Replaceable Batteries
Intelligent UPS-Power Management Software*
Global Voltage Customization*
2 x Power IEC Outputs

Specifications:
Input:AC 165V~275V
Output:AC 220V±10%
Frequency:50Hz/60Hz
Delay Time:6 ms
Battery:12V/7Ah Sealed Lead Acid
Charge Time:≤8 Hours
Operating Temperature:-5°C~40°C
Operating Humidity:10~90%RH, non condensing
Power:500VA

Physical:
Measurement(mm)(Height*Width*Depth):330*120*198
N.Weight(kg):13.0
Item no. UPS-1200V
Weight 15 CATTY
Net Weight 13.2 CATTY
L x W x H 19.5 x 12 x 30.5 CM

5 Comments

worth it those with older pc's....if your pc has a >300w psu (let alone anything( i wouldnt bother as the ups wouldnt cope with the load....

be aware that this uses the expensive kettle connectors.....which i think are about £20 each!

certainly better than the waste of space surge protector plugs

never heard of this make though and ive been in IT for 20+ years!

i have this one of these...its an excellent piece of kit, which is surprising for belkin
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connected are my old amd64 3200 desktop pc, usb powered port device, monitor and 3 external hard drives (they are connected using 3 pin plugs (though conveniently, but ahem not ideally, plugged into a gang socket - the router and cable modem are also connected tho dont need to be, tho the formaer will if i get a NAS)...lasts abouts 30 mins on normal load

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royals;1736348

worth it those with older pc's....if your pc has a 300w psu (let alone … worth it those with older pc's....if your pc has a >300w psu (let alone anything( i wouldnt bother as the ups wouldnt cope with the load....be aware that this uses the expensive kettle connectors.....which i think are about £20 each!certainly better than the waste of space surge protector plugsnever heard of this make though and ive been in IT for 20+ years!i have this one of these...its an excellent piece of kit, which is surprising for belkinhttp://www.ebuyer.com/product/57717connected are my old amd64 3200 desktop pc, usb powered port device, monitor and 3 external hard drives (they are connected using 3 pin plugs (though conveniently, but ahem not ideally, plugged into a gang socket - the router and cable modem are also connected tho dont need to be, tho the formaer will if i get a NAS)...lasts abouts 30 mins on normal load



NOT SURE ABOUT YOUR COMMENT ABOUT IT ONLY BEING SUITABLE IF YOU A COMPUTER THAT HAS A PSU THAT IS LESS THAN 300w?? 500va IS 500w (VOLTAGE TIMES CURRENT = WATTS).

COMPUTERS DON'T RUN FLAT OUT ALL THE TIME USING EVER DROP OF POWER FROM THE PSU.
I THINK THIS WOULD BE GOOD FOR SAVING YOU SYSTEM TO DISK AUTOMATICALLY IF THERE IS A POWER INTERUPTION AND MAY ALLOW YOU TO USE YOUR COMPUTER FOR A FEW MINS.
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I don't think you are correct about this UPS only being suitable for computers that have power supplies that are less than 300w! This UPS unit is rated at 500va which is the same as 500w (volts times amps = watts), therefore this should be suitable to backup the system to hard drive (suspend to hard drive) in the event of a power failure. Correct me if I am wrong but Computers don't allways run flat out and use the full potential of their power supply. hotukdeals.com/ite…gif

blowhole;1736685

NOT SURE ABOUT YOUR COMMENT ABOUT IT ONLY BEING SUITABLE IF YOU A … NOT SURE ABOUT YOUR COMMENT ABOUT IT ONLY BEING SUITABLE IF YOU A COMPUTER THAT HAS A PSU THAT IS LESS THAN 300w?? 500va IS 500w (VOLTAGE TIMES CURRENT = WATTS). COMPUTERS DON'T RUN FLAT OUT ALL THE TIME USING EVER DROP OF POWER FROM THE PSU.I THINK THIS WOULD BE GOOD FOR SAVING YOU SYSTEM TO DISK AUTOMATICALLY IF THERE IS A POWER INTERUPTION AND MAY ALLOW YOU TO USE YOUR COMPUTER FOR A FEW MINS.http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/158843/plexus-v-500va-ups-18-99-ebuyer-com/images/smilies/icon_smile.gif



no need to shout.....maybe you should fix your keyboard
yes it will take 500w, but it wont last very long at full load, will it...at full load you will get seconds whilst on battery power which funnily enough isnt helpful, you wont get minutes.....running it at approx 40-60% load will mean you'll get an ok amount of time on battery before it auto-shuts down

blowhole;1736720

I don't think you are correct about this UPS only being suitable for … I don't think you are correct about this UPS only being suitable for computers that have power supplies that are less than 300w! This UPS unit is rated at 500va which is the same as 500w (volts times amps = watts), therefore this should be suitable to backup the system to hard drive (suspend to hard drive) in the event of a power failure. Correct me if I am wrong but Computers don't allways run flat out and use the full potential of their power supply. http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/158843/plexus-v-500va-ups-18-99-ebuyer-com/images/smilies/icon_smile.gif



you obviously shouldnt run a ups at full potential.....otherwise you only get seconds on battery power
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