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2-Count APC BN1080G Back-UPS Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) EXPIRED

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Promoted 11-14-2013 by iconian at 06:44 PM View Original Post
Office Max has rarely discounted APC BN1080G Back-UPS Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) for $260 (add 2 to cart) - $20% with coupon code SURGE20 - $50 with coupon code 50SAVE = $157.98 + free shipping. Thanks jimnguyen07

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Edited November 14, 2013 at 06:39 PM by cricket702
Currently on sale for $129.99 at OfficeMax.com use promo code SURGE20 to save additional 20% off sale price. This comes out to 103.99, add two to your cart to get over $200 and use promo code 50SAVE to save another $50 (you can stack coupons apparently. Price for 2 comes out to $157.98 before tax plus free shipping. You can even opt to pick up in store if they have in stock. Just picked up 2 for an OTD price of $169.83.

http://www.officemax.com/technolo...rod4920218
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I have other coupons for more off... can you stack more than 2 coupons? I don't have the coupons with me right now, that's why I am asking...
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Last edited by e.chang November 14, 2013 at 05:53 PM.
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I have other coupons for more off... can you stack more than 2 coupons? I don't have the coupons with me right now, that's why I am asking...
When checking out, you are advised that you can stack up to 3 coupons. You should be good to go.

This is a good deal. I paid not too much less than this for a pair of Tipp-Lite 650VA UPS about a month ago. Although I wish I'd waited, I'll use these in my entertainment center, and re-task the smaller ones elsewhere in the house. TU.
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Last edited by dungoyle November 14, 2013 at 06:08 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
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Great deal. Ordered.

Thanks OP
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In for two - thanks and reps op!
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Tempting, anyone know how well this works with Active PFC power supplies? I Heard one need one that has a "Pure Sinewave".
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Technical Specifications
VA: 1080 VA
Maximum Load: 650 W
Nominal Input Voltage: 120 V
Online Input Voltage Range 88 - 139 V
Automatic Voltage Regulation: (98-107) +11.2%
Frequency Range: 60 Hz ± 1 Hz
On-battery Waveshape: Step-approximated sine-wave
Typical Recharge Time: 16 hours
Transfer Time: 8 ms (typical), 10 ms (maximum)
Operating Temperature: 0º to 40ºC (32º to 104ºF)
Storage Temperature: -5º to 45ºC (23º to 113ºF)
Unit Dimensions: 25 × 10 × 38.2 cm (9.84 × 3.93 × 15.0 in)
Unit Weight: 10.7 kg (23.6 lbs)
Interface: USB
EMI Classification: FCC / DOC Class B Certified
Approvals: cTUVus, ENERGY STAR
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Why is this so frikken heavy? Did they put a car battery in there?
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Why is this so frikken heavy? Did they put a car battery in there?
Yeah, basically they do. More like a lawnmower sized one but same thing.
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Why is this so frikken heavy? Did they put a car battery in there?
You do realise what this is right? It's essentially a battery-backup for your PC. They generally use lead-acid batteries to 'filter' the power through.. so yes, they pretty much put a car battery in there.
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Great find btw! The battery in my 1300 went out recently and that's about $80 for just a new battery so.. yeah, this is worth it!
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Great find btw! The battery in my 1300 went out recently and that's about $80 for just a new battery so.. yeah, this is worth it!
Did you price them on ebay ?
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You do realise what this is right? It's essentially a battery-backup for your PC. They generally use lead-acid batteries to 'filter' the power through.. so yes, they pretty much put a car battery in there.
Yes, it's an extremely low capacity battery with some power outlets, and apparently very cheap hardware.
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MAXPERKS10 = try adding this code, too (It might still work)
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