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APC 650VA BVN650M1 7-Outlet Back-UPS Battery Backup EXPIRED

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Office Depot and OfficeMax has APC 650VA 7-Outlet Back-UPS Battery Backup (BVN650M1) on sale for $34.99. Select free in-store pickup to save on shipping.

Thanks to community member deelseaker for finding this deal.

Features:
  • 7 Outlets (5 Battery Backup and Surge Protection and 2 Surge Protection Only).
  • 1 USB Charging Port, 2.1 amps.
  • 490 Joule surge energy rating.
  • 5' power cord.
  • Audible alarms with ability to silence.
  • Manufacturer's 3 Year Warranty and $75,000 Lifetime Equipment Protection Policy.

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  • Battery Backup protects connected electronics from power events like surges and power outages.
  • Any item purchased between October 1st and December 24th can be returned until January 14th, or as the policy allows (whichever is later).
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APC Back-UPS BVN650M1 Battery Backup [officedepot.com]
  • $34.99 + Free Pickup
Specs:
  • 7 Outlets (5 Battery Backup and Surge Protection and 2 Surge Protection Only).
  • 1 USB Charging Port, 2.1 amps
  • 490 Joule surge energy rating
  • Manufacturer's 3 Year Warranty
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I believe battery compartment is sealed in this model. So cannot be replaced easily.
This newer 650VA with 2.1A USB port doesn't have the tool-free cover plate to the battery for user replacement. This newer version has deeply-set screws that makes the battery less easily accessible.
At $35 I don't really care if the battery isn't easily replaceable. This becomes disposable (please recycle) at this price. This is perfect for your modem and router.

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BeEn waiting for this deal, but $3 tax plus $12+ shipping brings total to $50+ some change
If you have OD with that model in stock near you - then lucky you lol.
Will grab 450 from Staples w/free shipping
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I believe battery compartment is sealed in this model. So cannot be replaced easily.
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This newer 650VA with 2.1A USB port [instead of the older 1.5V port] doesn't have the tool-free cover plate to the battery for user replacement. This newer version has deeply-set screws that makes the battery less easily accessible.
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This newer 650VA with 2.1A USB port [instead of the older 1.5V port] doesn't have the tool-free cover plate to the battery for user replacement. This newer version has deeply-set screws that makes the battery less easily accessible.
The older one was $29.99 at Office Depot last year, $5 less than this year.

Could you still get to it with a "regular" screwdriver or need a special purpose one?
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Definitely need a new one. I have 4-5 (older) APC models stacked in my closet, because the battery dies after a few years or less so they become virtually worthless. I wish there were a cheaper solution to replace them, but the cost of the battery was more than I even paid for the entire unit.
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is this good enough for modem/router/ethernet switch? how long would it last after a power outage?
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At $35 I don't really care if the battery isn't easily replaceable. This becomes disposable (please recycle) at this price. This is perfect for your modem and router.
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BeEn waiting for this deal, but $3 tax plus $12+ shipping brings total to $50+ some change
If you have OD with that model in stock near you - then lucky you lol.
Will grab 450 from Staples w/free shipping
Get two or become VIP Rewards member to get free shipping. Otherwise, I am not sure what was the point to wait for this deal if you don't have a nearby store to pick up. Confused
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is this good enough for modem/router/ethernet switch? how long would it last after a power outage?
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Yes... 1-2 hours
There is a handy runtime calculator here:
https://www.apc.com/shop/us/en/products/APC-Back-UPS-650VA-120V-1-USB-charging-port-Retail/P-BVN650M... [apc.com]

Also scroll down on the product page for a Runtime Graph and Chart.
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Otherwise, I am not sure what was the point to wait for this deal if you don't have a nearby store to pick up. Confused
'Cos I was pretty much sure - for some unknown reason - that OD/OM will offer free shipping too, same as Staples. Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)
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There is a handy runtime calculator here:
https://www.apc.com/shop/us/en/products/APC-Back-UPS-650VA-120V-1-USB-charging-port-Retail/P-BVN650M... [apc.com]

Also scroll down on the product page for a Runtime Graph and Chart.
Yeah, I'm on my phone and don't know his exact equipment... Could run longer. But I wouldn't count on me than 2 hours without running the numbers. That's just my rough estimate
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Can I connect it to my Synology DS920+ and setup auto power off?
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