Tripp Lite AVRT650U
Tripp Lite AVRT650U UPS with AVR protection provides reliable battery backup and AC power protection against blackouts, brownouts, overvoltages, surges, and line noise that can damage valuable electronics or destroy data. The six-outlet 120V battery backup is the ideal protection for your home office, media center, or commerce components, including computers, routers, printers, HDTVs, Blu-ray players, game consoles, ATMs, security systems, and digital signage equipment.
Allows Time to Back Up Critical Files During a Blackout
Backup support allows you to work through short power failures and gives you enough time to save files safely and shut down your system in case of a prolonged blackout. Backup time varies according to load, but the line-interactive UPS system should keep an energy-efficient desktop computer with a small LCD monitor powered for as long as 45 minutes. During regular operation, incoming utility power keeps the replaceable internal battery fully charged, so backup power will always be available.
Connects Your Equipment to 6 NEMA 5-15R Outlets
Four 5-15R outlets provide battery backup and surge protection for your computer, monitor, and other crucial components. The other two 5-15R outlets are surge-protected only for printers, scanners, and other non-essential equipment. A high >95% line-mode efficiency rating reduces BTU emissions, energy consumption, and, ultimately, your energy costs.
Automatic Voltage Regulation (AVR) Corrects Low- and High-Voltage Conditions
AVR protects your equipment from incremental hardware damage, data loss, and performance problems caused by brownouts and overvoltages. The AVRT650U can correct brownouts as low as 89V and overvoltages as high as 145V back to nominal 120V power without drawing on the battery backup needed to support your equipment during a blackout.
316 Joules Fight Back Against Unexpected Power Surges
A 316-joule surge suppression rating protects connected components from the harmful effects of power surges.
Combats Electromagnetic Interference That Can Harm Equipment
Various electromagnetic and radio sources in virtually every home and business can cause disruptive interference on the AC line. Known as EMI (electromagnetic interference) and RFI (radio frequency interference), this line noise is a common cause of performance problems and can lead to incremental hardware damage, data corruption, and audio/video transmission problems. The AVRT650U incorporates technology that filters out disruptive line noise so it won't affect your equipment.
Easy-to-See LEDs Report Real-Time UPS and Power Status
Front-panel LEDs provide UPS and site power information when the AVRT650U operates in either online or battery power mode. They indicate operating mode, low batter.