A UPS is a great way to keep your electronics safe from power surges and erratic power cuts. Computers, game consoles and other electronic devices often go bust if they lose power and are not properly shut down. You get some extra usage from these devices with a UPS, even without power. These devices run on the UPS battery and give you enough time to save your work and shut everything down properly. Here are some of the best UPS’ for your PCs in the office or at home.
Here is a 600VA/360W Desktop PC UPS with a wide input range of 140-300V. With a Cold Start Function & AVR that regulates voltage automatically, you can expect top-notch safety. It has a 7AH battery, 3 output sockets, and connects up to 3 devices. The battery can last for up to 45 minutes, depending on the load connected. Micro-load detection ensures no cut-off even with micro loads such as Wifi routers.
This is a compact design line Interactive UPS with a Load Capacity of 360 Watts / 600VA. It has three output sockets and comes with an Automatic Voltage Regulator (AVR) with a wide input voltage range of 145-290V. The 72Ah Battery provides 20 - 75 min of backup time depending on the load. It works with compatible low power loads such as Wi-Fi routers and DSL modems. The cold start capability allows the load to power on just on battery power.
The Liebert ITON 600VA CX is an economical line-interactive UPS that offers full-featured power protection for home or small office computers and electronic equipment. This extends to desktop computers, Wi-Fi routers, and more. Its unique features and extraordinary performance are built for use in the office or home environment. Other key features include AVR boost and buck for voltage stabilisation, auto restart while AC is recovering, a simulated sine wave and auto charging in Off Mode.
Don’t let a power disruption get in the way of a virtual meeting or hinder remote learning productivity. Connect your router and PC desktop to the UPS to ensure constant connectivity. It is modern and comes with a host of convenient features. It keeps computers, modems, routers, office equipment, and more running when utility power is off or can’t reach acceptable thresholds. There are nifty front panel LEDs that easily tell the functional status.