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Output Power Capacity: 390 Watts / 700 VA

Max Configurable Power: 390 Watts / 700 VA

Nominal Output Voltage: 230V

Output Frequency (sync to mains): 50/60 Hz +/-1 Hz

Topology: Line Interactive

Waveform Type: Stepped approximation to a sinewave

Output Connections: 4x IEC 320 C13 (Battery Backup)


Nominal Input Voltage: 230V

Input Frequency: 50/60 Hz +/- 3 Hz (auto sensing)

Input Connections: IEC-320 C14

Cord Length: 1.22 meters

Input voltage range for main operations: 140 - 300V

Input Breaker Capacity: 7 A

Batteries & Runtime

Battery Type: Maintenance-free sealed Lead-Acid with suspended electrolyte 

Typical recharge time: 6 hour(s)

Replacement Battery: APCRBC110

Communications & Management

Interface Port: USB

Control panel: LED status display with On Line : On Battery : Replace Battery and Overload indicators

Audible Alarms: Alarm when on battery : distinctive low battery alarm : overload continuous tone alarm

Surge Protection and Filtering

Surge energy rating 273 Joules

Data Line Protection RJ-11 Modem/Fax/DSL protection (two wire single line)

Physical aspects

Maximum Height: 200.00 mm

Maximum Width: 115.00 mm

Maximum Depth: 256.00 mm

Net Weight: 6.00 Kg

Please Note: A UPS is not designed to provide continuous power, merely a window period of minutes that allows a computer or other user to finalize the work at hand and shut down safely. It's ability to do this is dependent on the number of devices connected to the UPS. Any use of a UPS unit for powering devices outside of normal office equipment can and will void your warranty.

To establish what you can and cannot connect, calculate the total wattage you need to supply and ensure that the UPS you purchase meets that requirement. 

Take care not to let the UPS batteries run down completely to 0% - this can damage the batteries. Use the UPS software to control and manage the unit properly.

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