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APC 450VA Back-UPS 6-Outlet Surge Protector & Battery Backup EXPIRED

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B&H Photo Video.com has APC 450VA Back-UPS 6-Outlet Surge Protector & Battery Backup (BN450M) on sale for $26.99. Shipping is free. Thanks thawynd

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Our research indicates that the APC 450VA Back-UPS 6-Outlet Surge Protector & Battery Backup (BN450M) is $13 lower (32.5% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $40. -Corwin

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Specs:
Output: 255W / 450 VA
Input: 120V
6 x Total NEMA 5-15R Outlets
2 x Surge-Only Outlets
4 x Battery Backup & Surge Outlets
NEMA 5-15P Input Connection (5' Cord)
180 Joules Surge Energy Rating
Recharge Time: 8 Hours
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Heads up: While the manual states that the batteries in these are NOT user-replaceable, they do use the same batteries as typical APC UPS of the same type. It's not as easy as the more expensive units, but all it takes is taking the cover off. See your local youtubes for details.
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Should it be enough for laptop+monitor?
Need something for my kiddo's rig 'cos power been jumping and spiking lately a lot...
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Should it be enough for laptop+monitor?
Need something for my kiddo's rig 'cos power been jumping and spiking lately a lot...
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When its load is 10W, the BN450M has a runtime of around 214.6 minutes and can also run for 37 minutes when its load is 50W, 15 minutes when its load is 100W, 11 minutes when running a half load of 127.5W, 5 minutes when its load is 200W, and 3 minutes when it is running a full load of 255W.
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Or Time = Available_energy / rate of using energy= (UPS_battery_capacity_in_Wh x UPS_efficiency) / Laptop_Power_use
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I have a mini fridge that causes one of my pc monitors to flicker for a split second when the compressor kicks on. Would this solve that?
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This should be good for a modem and wireless router.
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I have a mini fridge that causes one of my pc monitors to flicker for a split second when the compressor kicks on. Would this solve that?
it should, if you feed both the pc and monitor via a UPS . . .

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Heads up: While the manual states that the batteries in these are NOT user-replaceable, they do use the same batteries as typical APC UPS of the same type. It's not as easy as the more expensive units, but all it takes is taking the cover off. See your local youtubes for details.
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Would it be weird if I bought this just to plug in my alarm clock. Hate to miss a day of work because the power went out and the alarm clock didn't go off.
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Would it be weird if I bought this just to plug in my alarm clock. Hate to miss a day of work because the power went out and the alarm clock didn't go off.
Can't you just add a 9volt battery as your backup?
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This thing will be great to keep in the garage. if power ever goes out this is what ill use to charge my emergency push button phones. should work pretty well.
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Would it be weird if I bought this just to plug in my alarm clock. Hate to miss a day of work because the power went out and the alarm clock didn't go off.
Use phone as your alarm clock?
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Should it be enough for laptop+monitor?
Need something for my kiddo's rig 'cos power been jumping and spiking lately a lot...
Definitely. Also good practice to protect modem and router from power events like those you mentioned.
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