"Smart-UPS 1000VA LCD UPS (SMT1000I)"APC award-winning Smart-UPS is the most popular UPS in the world for servers, storage and networks. Trust to protect critical data and equipment from power problems by supplying clean and reliable network-grade power. In addition to legendary reliability and manageability, Smart-UPS have extremely high efficiency at low, medium and high load levels making them ideal for today's multi-core or virtualized servers that have varying load consumption. Smart-UPS series have long been considered the benchmark for all network and server UPS's. Smart-UPS feature a 16-segment LED display, extended range automatic voltage regulation (AVR), and pure sine wave output on battery.
Protect critical data with this backup system that supplies reliable, network-grade power to your equipment. Alpha/numeric LCD interface provides clear status information and features easy-to-use navigation keys to make operation simple. Use high-efficiency Green Mode to save on utility and cooling costs. Advanced battery management features, like temperature-compensated charging and predictive replace date, maximize performance. Customize capabilities with SmartSlot connectivity that enables the use of management cards. Protection Type: Power; System VA: 1000 VA; Backup Time at Half Load: 20.6 minutes @ 335 Watts; Lines: N/A.
- Input AC 230 V
- Output AC 220/230/240 V
- 670 Watt / 1000 VA
Purchased to order. This product has a one day lead time.
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The ultimate safety net for your computer hardware. APC are committed to developing safe, reliable and efficient network-grade power to your systems with their line of uninterruptible power supplies. Instant loss of power to our systems can be very damaging to computer hardware and potentially caused data loss. APC's UPS solutions protect against power cuts and power surges in one device that activates almost instantly without causing loss of power to the connected equipment, allowing ample time to shut down your system, or change to a back-up power source if operating a large network.