Tripp Lite 300VA 175W UPS Desktop Battery Back Up Tower 120V PC / Mac

Mfg.Part: BCPERS300 | CDW Part: 236195 | UNSPSC: 39121011
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  • UPS
  • 300VA
  • 300 Watt
  • 3 Outlets
  • Tower
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  • UPS
  • 300VA
  • 300 Watt
  • 3 Outlets
  • Tower
Excellent basic battery backup for home and small office personal computers

Tripp Lite's BCPERS300 standby UPS system offers surge suppression and long lasting battery support for personal computers, internetworking equipment and other sensitive electronics. Internal UPS circuits support entry level PC systems for up to 15 minutes during power failures and brownouts so that connected equipment can be shutdown without data loss. Includes 3 UPS supported outlets. Built-in set of 2 front panel LEDs indicate line power and battery power status. 300VA/180 watt power handling ability supports entry-level PCs, point-of-sale equipment, small business phone systems and audio/video components. Offers 5 minutes battery runtime with a full load of 300VA and 17 minutes with a half load of 150VA. Supports user battery replacement via built-in access panel.

Tripp Lite 300VA 175W UPS Desktop Battery Back Up Tower 120V PC / Mac is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to install and works well I have been using Tripp-lite personal UPS's for many years. They have worked. I use this new BCS 300 to protect my modem/router and internet phone system. It tested fine. Bigger UPS's need a much larger load to provide uninterrupted back-up power. Having this independent backup for my critical systems provides the assurance I need to be able to operate during power interruptions. bruceds
Date published: 2012-06-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to install and works well I have been using Tripp-lite personal UPS's for many years. They have worked. I use this new BCS 300 to protect my modem/router and internet phone system. It tested fine. Bigger UPS's need a much larger load to provide uninterrupted back-up power. Having this independent backup for my critical systems provides the assurance I need to be able to operate during power interruptions. bruceds
Date published: 2012-06-12
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