- Standby 12 outlet Home Theater Line-Interactive Uninterrupted Power Supply with USB port offers AC surge suppression & battery backup for desktop PCs network workstations consumer home theater equipment & electronic devices
- Built-in single-line tel/DSL connection with surge suppression protects modems fax machines or cordless phones
- 6 UPS battery supported & 6 surge-only outlets
- TEL/DSL/Coax protection
- 2-year Tripp Lite warranty / $100,000 Ultimate Lifetime Insurance
Tripp Lite's HT850UPS line-interactive UPS offers complete protection for PCs, workstations and other sensitive electronics in an ultra-compact, mountable housing. Internal UPS circuits support individual VCR/DVR components as long as 3 hours during power failures. Prevents data loss and system downtime by providing battery-supported AC output during blackouts and automatic voltage regulation (AVR) during brownouts and overvoltages. Includes 12 output receptacles, 4 of which are widely spaced to accommodate large transformer blocks without obscuring adjacent outlets. 6 outlets offer full battery support and surge suppression, protecting computers, monitors and other vital system components from power loss. 6 additional outlets with surge suppression only are ideal for printers and other peripherals not requiring battery support. Single-line telephone suppression jacks protect modems, fax machines, cordless phones or other equipment with a DSL or standard dialup RJ-11 phone line connection. Set of gold coaxial line surge suppression jacks protect CATV, satellite or broadcast antenna connections. USB port with included cable and PowerAlert monitoring software enables safe unattended system shutdown in case of extended power failure. HID-compliant USB interface enables full integration with built-in power management and auto-shutdown features of Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. Audible alarm and front panel LEDs offer status information regarding line and battery power operation. 750VA/450W power-handling ability supports entry-level PCs for up to 35 min. during power failures.