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simulated vs pure sine wave.

and the latter is misinformation - only a few active PFC power supplies (mostly vintage Seasonics)/audio components require a pure sine wave UPS - most PCs/server work handle it fine.
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This is a one day deal and will expire today
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1000 VA / 600 Watts Simulated Sine Wave UPS
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Is this a fanless UPS? If not, does its fan run even during normal operation, i.e. non battery operation? I tried searching for this info, couldn't find it
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I believe they carry this model at Costco, which would be a better choice considering the warranty.
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Repost of https://slickdeals.net/share/android_app/t/11160991

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Simulated = use for anything that's not a desktop pc/server
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simulated vs pure sine wave.

and the latter is misinformation - only a few active PFC power supplies (mostly vintage Seasonics)/audio components require a pure sine wave UPS - most PCs/server work handle it fine.

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simulated vs pure sine wave.

and the latter is misinformation - only a few active PFC power supplies (mostly vintage Seasonics)/audio components require a pure sine wave UPS - most PCs/server work handle it fine.
This is correct and previous post is definitely not correct.

Previous does not even make sense if you look at how many 'simulated' units there are vs 'pure' ones. They are all advertised for pc desktop as the main use. I mean what would you use this for? Not to keep your monitor or tv running in a power outage surely. Monitor is useless if the desktop is not running. You are not supposed to put printers on them (to much power draw). These have been and always will be so you can power down your pc safely (avoid data loss and os corruption) when the power goes out.

The only other use outside the desktop specifically would be if you had a laptop+dock+ monitor and say worked from home. If the power goes out you want one (1500va really) on your setup so you can run for several hours and work. Same for your modem/router/network equipment.

On a side note running your equipment from the battery backup is not recommended as its not as clean a power as the outlet would be. If your planning on running extended times you should go for pure. With that said there is a massive amount of equipment still alive that has run on pre-pure equipment for many years and will continue to do so.
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