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APC BR1350MS 1350VA/810W UPS & APC PE6U4 Surge Protector Bundle

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  • APC BR1350MS Back-UPS
    • Sinewave power output
    • 2 USB charging ports (Type C+ Type A)
    • Active PFC compatibility
    • 6 Battery backup outlets
    • LCD Display
    • 1 Gb network and coax protection
    • Powerchute personal edition
  • APC PE6U4 SurgeArrest Essential Multi-Use Surge Protector
    • Multi-Use Clip; to attach to the lip of a desk
    • 6 Outlets with 3 on each side; for easy cord organization
    • 4 USB ports; provide 4.8 amps (shared) of convenient charging
    • 1080 Joules surge energy rating
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jrenna07 asked this question on 02-23-2021 at 06:45 AM
02-25-2021 at 10:02 AM
UPS are pretty much necessary to run a computer off generator power.

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Quote from macpablo :
I have a 1500va and it can run my network gear for 2+ hours (8 PoE switch, 16 port switch, 2 acces points, 2 routers) mostly Unifi equipment

Hope this helps but it's very dependent on the load
Are your aps next to each other? Or Poe
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Are your aps next to each other? Or Poe
PoE, they are in different stories of the house
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Can anyone confirm Linux support? This doesn't seem to be listed as a compatible UPS at https://networkupstools.org/stable-hcl.html
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Its a universal battery, here is the one I buy to replace them with. Can be had for cheaper, but I like the brand.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B002L6R...NZGX2TWXYT
Thanks for the info. When you replace the battery, does the new battery fit into the old battery space? Or does it kinda stick out? Wondering if the fit is exact.

Also, do you need to batteries or just one when to replace? Not sure why the comment below mentioned two batteries.
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PoE, they are in different stories of the house
That's so convenient. I'm in an apartment, and my computer and modem/router are on opposite sides of the office.
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Quote from cantalup :
Lol. Could you check or search from uncle google...
This is the spec https://www.apc.com/shop/us/en/pr...P-BR1350MS
I still couldn't find any word mentions pure or simulated
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#52
Is this the model that the V1 burns people's house down (so they're selling them cheap) and the V2 that you have to make sure you get or else?
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#53
Really feel I need one after the Texas power outage.
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Can anyone confirm Linux support? This doesn't seem to be listed as a compatible UPS at https://networkupstools.org/stable-hcl.html
I use that . All my home bare metals are linux.
It use generic apc usb ups protocol. If you need the detail. I can lookup on my configuration
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Quote from Snoopyer7 :
I still couldn't find any word mentions pure or simulated
It is there....
Back UPS PRO BR 1350VA, SineWave, 10 Outlets, 2 USB Charging Ports, AVR, LCD interface.

Do you see sinewave not simulated?
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Really feel I need one after the Texas power outage.
Summer and winter are the worst season here, Flickering. Blackout for 1 mins.. low voltage....
I have 6 ups at my house. Hehe
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It's 143.99 after $15 payment discount
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Has anyone tried using these as backup for a NAS (eg. Synology) + network equipment?
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The question is...is this thing going to burn my house down while my computer is on and I'm not home???
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Quote from crayboi :
Its a universal battery, here is the one I buy to replace them with. Can be had for cheaper, but I like the brand.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B002L6R...NZGX2TWXYT
Thanks for this info. I ordered this UPS so I'll save the link for this battery for later.
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