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  • 1000VA / 600W Pure Sine Wave UPS
  • 10 Outlets with USB and Serial Ports
  • AVR & GreenPower UPS
  • EMI/RFI Filters
  • Multifunction LCD Display
  • Reduced Fan Operation
  • Tamper-Proof Power Button
  • Audible Alarms
  • USB Connectivity
  • RJ-11/RJ-45 and Coax RG6 Protection
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Liked the 1500 for $120, but this is a solid deal if you missed that one.
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Costco has a 1350 for $99.99 but it's AVR simulated sine, this worth the lower capacity for true sine? I'll be using with a computer and a NAS mainly for power flickers or to get machines shut down in a power outage
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Can someone give me some guidance on how to calculate how much power I would need to run two desktops and a monitor? Don't care about run time as much as I want to protect my system from my ungrounded outlets ( shitty landlord won't fix it.)
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I would definitely go Pure Sine Wane to address Power Flickers....
If your Computer Power Supply has ACTIVE PFC, it may not switch cleanly without Pure Sine.

Note: All Computer Power Supplies of ANY level of quality have Active PFC since it is required for "80 Plus" certification.
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Can someone give me some guidance on how to calculate how much power I would need to run two desktops and a monitor? Don't care about run time as much as I want to protect my system from my ungrounded outlets ( shitty landlord won't fix it.)
If you don't care about run time then a really good surge protector might be all you need.

Personally, I would also still check on the warranty and terms for surge protectors and batteries in relation to ungrounded outlets. That might just be a reason for them to not payout in the event of hardware failure due to ungrounded outlets...

Edit: I'd check on your city ordinance regarding ungrounded outlets too and/or your rights as a tenant in regards to you notifying landlord of potential issues and when they must have a resolution for said issues.
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Can someone give me some guidance on how to calculate how much power I would need to run two desktops and a monitor? Don't care about run time as much as I want to protect my system from my ungrounded outlets ( shitty landlord won't fix it.)

It's actually pretty complicated if you want to figure it out precisely, but here is what I did for a rough estimate.

1. Get a Watt meter like kill a Watt, measure how much power you are using for each device you want to connect to the ups. Add up the total wattage.
2. Then look up the spec sheet of the ups you want to get and it'll be rated for a certain wattage and it'll usually tell you the full load and half load back up times.

From there it's sort of an estimate using those number as a guide.
For example: the unit in the OP is rated at 600 Watts as "full load" and lists full load run time at 3 minutes, and half load (300 Watts) at 9 minutes. So if your computer uses say 450 watts, it'll be somewhere in between 3 and 9 minutes.

If you only want to protect against voltage/current surges and you don't have a grounded connection, then I'd suggest you check out series-mode surge protectors. https://zerosurge.com/ungrounded-...der-homes/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5o4dughF0q8

They are WAY more expensive ($175), but will actually protect your gear better than your regular run of the mill surge protector, and won't ever need to be replaced, even in grounded situations.
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I would definitely go Pure Sine Wane to address Power Flickers....
If your Computer Power Supply has ACTIVE PFC, it may not switch cleanly without Pure Sine.

Note: All Computer Power Supplies of ANY level of quality have Active PFC since it is required for "80 Plus" certification.
Note that if your Active PFC power supply fails to switchover on a simulated sine wave unit, your power supply is using undersized caps and is low quality. My PC uses a Seasonic FOCUS Plus Series SSR-850FX 850W 80+ Gold psu and it switches over fine on my Cyberpower 1000va simulated sine wave unit, and my girlfriend's pc uses a Corsair RM850 Gold psu and it switches over fine on her Cyberpower 825va simulated sine wave unit. You can look them up, both of these units are active PFC. If all psus now needed it, there would be nothing BUT pure sine wave units manufactured at this point.
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Thanks. I've needed a UPS for the Verizon router and associated equipment (including desktop) for some time now, since the APC unit I had was just too noisy. Reviews are excellent on this one, including for quiet operation.
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I would really appreciste some help. Here is my situation:

I have 3 places were I need a battery UPS:

1. Gaming PC with 850w 80 Plus

2. Modem, Wireless router and switch PoE.

3. ATT Fiber white box.

They are all in different locations.

Should I buy this for my PC only and use something cheaper with the other 2 locations? What cheaper thing should I use?

Thank you in advance!

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Personally, I would also still check on the warranty and terms for surge protectors and batteries in relation to ungrounded outlets. That might just be a reason for them to not payout in the event of hardware failure due to ungrounded outlets
That is definitely a reason they would not pay out. Tripp Lite has this in their warranty terms [tripplite.com]:

"Coverage is excluded where a suitable environment for the protection device is not provided, including, but not limited to, lack of a proper safety ground."
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Here is a good explanation of the Difference...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkwjMbUGmS4

Also See....

https://www.larsonelectronics.com...rters.aspx

Along with compatibility issues, it can also cause your devices requiring the cleaner power to consume up to 30 percent more power....
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Not the lowest price, but its pure sine and big enough for most computers to maintain a few minutes to get things shut down.
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Are they pretty fast in shipping? Never ordered from them before. I do notice a lot of front page deals from them though.
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