I have an old power hungry Intel Core i7 2700k, with a MSI nVidia GTX 970, 5 HDDs, a small NAS, a Netgear cable modem and a 40 inch 4k Samsung TV as monitor, this beast of a battery was able to hold about 15 mins while I kept gaming waiting for the power to come back. Eventually I realized it was going to take a while for the power to come back on quit the game and shutdown the PC. IMO the best UPS in its class! Have used other makes before
I have been using Tripp-Lite UPS power backups for 30 years and they have never failed me. I bought the SmartPro LCD UPS because of the power line conditioning. The UPS is the first line of defense for power failures, but when you have power surges or power line dips the SmartPro takes care of this by using the buck/boost features. Computer circuits do not work well when the power dips below 100 VAC or when it surges over 125 VAC. The SmartPro LCD corrects these problems so your computing is safe and you don't even have to think about it ... it just works. Day & Night, 24/7 all year long. It's a Tripp-LIte and it works!
I bought this UPS because I live in Tucson where we get storms every summer with frequent lightning, and I also happen to have my computer in a room with that doesn't have the best quality electrical wiring. This combination makes power flickers and surges a daily occurrence, which wreaks havoc on my power supply and components, so I wanted a quality battery backup and power conditioner so I wouldn't have to worry about my investment being fried. The OmniSmart 1500VA does all that and more, with a long battery run time so I can safely shut down, and enough juice to power a system with multiple monitors, a power-hungry graphics card, and a large array of storage drives. The only negative I have encountered so far is that the software console (PowerAlert) can sometimes be unresponsive in that it shows my device as 'inactive,' when it clearly is functioning and fully charged.
Great for charging or powering devices that do not consume much power such as a laptop computer or, in my case, an electronic balance. You can plug the inverter directly into your 12V outlet. The unit has no fan, which means less noise and current draw. Great small size. However, the 12 V plug is too stiff in my opinion.
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