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APC BE Series 7-Outlet 600VA Battery Backup UPS & Surge Protector

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Staples.com has APC BE Series 7-Outlet 600VA Battery Backup UPS & Surge Protector + small filler item on sale for $45.54 when you add both items to your cart and apply coupon code 30231. Shipping is free. Thanks oceanlake

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5x Outlets Battery Backup + Surge Protection
2x Outlets Surge Protection Only
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I have the 425VA version of this backup. I haven't been impressed by the reliability, so far have had to have two replacements sent. It will work for a while (4 months) and then will fail with a constant beeping tone. You might have better luck, but I had low-draw networking equipment plugged in with very little in terms of brownouts or blackouts.

My cyberpower equipment on the other hand (I have two 1000PFCLCD and one 1000AVRLCD) has been going strong for years.
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Nice price. I just bought two of these for $55 each on Amazon. This size seemed to be the best price/power (assuming it meets your needs) and at this price, even better.
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Link seems fishy.
Goes to some site I've never heard of
https://www.tkqlhce.com
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Link seems fishy.
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No sine wave comments yet?! shocker
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Thx I've been needing to order one of these for my daughter's PC
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Does anyone k ow if this has automatic voltage regulation (avr)?
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got a 30 off 60 coupon, sweet!
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I have this. I've come down to my computer and the unit has a continuous beeeeeeeeeeeeeep. Not sure what that means. I have to shut my computer down and restart the unit since that's the only way to stop the beep.
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I have the 425VA version of this backup. I haven't been impressed by the reliability, so far have had to have two replacements sent. It will work for a while (4 months) and then will fail with a constant beeping tone. You might have better luck, but I had low-draw networking equipment plugged in with very little in terms of brownouts or blackouts.

My cyberpower equipment on the other hand (I have two 1000PFCLCD and one 1000AVRLCD) has been going strong for years.
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I have the 425VA version of this backup. I haven't been impressed by the reliability, so far have had to have two replacements sent. It will work for a while (4 months) and then will fail with a constant beeping tone. You might have better luck, but I had low-draw networking equipment plugged in with very little in terms of brownouts or blackouts.

My cyberpower equipment on the other hand (I have two 1000PFCLCD and one 1000AVRLCD) has been going strong for years.
Unfortunately, exact opposite experience. I'm buying one to replace my cyberpower one that immediately goes into overload mode when the power flickers (like not even enough to reset some clocks). Only network equipment attached, also. It seems that all the affordable UPS just have high failure rates.
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