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APC APC Back-UPS Pro BR UPS AC 120 V 810 Watt 1350 VA - USB

APC Back-UPS Pro BR UPS AC 120 V 810 Watt 1350 VA - USB
APC Back-UPS Pro BR UPS AC 120 V 810 Watt 1350 VA - USB
The Back-UPS Pro family offers guaranteed power protection for high performance computer systems, routers/modems, external storage devices, game consoles and other electronics in your home or business. These UPSs ... Full Description
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APC Back-UPS Pro BR UPS AC 120 V 810 Watt 1350 VA - USBThe Back-UPS Pro family offers guaranteed power protection for high performance computer systems, routers/modems, external storage devices, game consoles and other electronics in your home or business. These UPSs supply electronics with abundant battery backup during outages and stabilize unsafe voltage levels. They also provide power protection from damaging surges and spikes, and allow the use of management software so you get the most out of your UPS. Premium features of this family may include Automatic Voltage Regulation (AVR), an LCD display, Smart Outlets, energy saving functions that reduce electricity use, network manageability, Watchdog, or configurable outlets. Together with the rest of the Back-UPS Pro's standard features, they are the perfect choice to protect your data and keep your system available.

WARNING: This product can expose you to Lead and lead compounds, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.


Manufacturer Part# : BR1350MS | Dell Part# : AA041415
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Cables Included
 
 Cables Included provides the details of all the cables included in the package that come with the actual product For example RJ-45, power cords, etc 
  
 
Circuit Protection
 
 Circuit protection is feature designed to protect an electrical circuit from damage caused by overload or short circuit 
  
 
Compliant Standards
 
 Compliant standards simply describe what electrical standards the product complies with Some standards are IEEE (Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers, EIA (Electronic Industries Association), ISO (International Organization for Standardization) 
  
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Dataline Surge Protection
 
 This defines the presence of or type of protection offered for sudden power fluctuations in the data communicating link (ports etc) 
  
 
Device Type
 
 Device Type is the category to which the given device belongs and defines its basic function or purpose 
  
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Equipment Protection Value
 
 Equipment Protection Value let you to get the equipment repaired or reimburse you for the Fair Market Value of the damaged Equipment 
  
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Features
 
 Any distinct technology or quality about the product are accounted as features of the product Features generally gives an overview of capabilities of a product 
  
 
Frequency Required
 
 It is the amount of frequency that is required by your device as an input Frequency is a measure of the number of occurrences of a repeating event per unit time and is measured in Hertz (Hz) 
  
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Humidity Range Operating
 
 It gives the diameter of the roll core present in the device 
  
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Input Voltage
 
 Input Voltage indicates the type of electrical current (AC or DC) and the voltage required to safely and efficiently power a device 
  
 
Input Voltage Range
 
 This is simply the range of voltage that the device can handle for correct functioning 
  
 
Interfaces
 
 An interface defines the communication boundary between two entities, such as a piece of software, a hardware device, or a user. A user interface is between a human and a computer. A physical interface is between hardware components. 
  
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Max Operating Temperature
 
 Max Operating Temperature is the highest temperature at which the product can work satisfactorily without any ambiguity or loss of usability 
  
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Output Voltage
 
 The amount of output of energy/power provided by the device 
  
 
Output Waveform
 
 Multiples of power frequency superimposed on the power waveform causes excess heating in wiring and fuses 
  
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Power Output Connectors Details
 
 The details of Power Output connectors used at the output terminal of a power device to measure the total power output 
  
 
Power Provided
 
 Power Provided to a device is the power (or voltage) required by the device to function properly Power provided to a device is measured in terms of Watt 
  
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Recharge Time
 
 Recharge Time refers to the number of hours required for the battery of the device to return to its almost full capacity after a complete discharge 
  
 
Remote Management Interface
 
 With this interface one can access computer management window of the remote computer 
  
 
Run Time (Up To)
 
 The thermal specification is the maximum case temperature at the maximum Thermal Design Power (TDP) value for a particular processor 
  
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Service & Support
 
 Service and Support refers to the after-sale service provided by the manufacturer to its customer with regards to the products sold (e.g. Technical support, Phone support, Replacement of parts); subject to change; varies depending on manufacturer 
  
 
Shipping Depth
 
 It is the measurement of depth of the product at the time of shipping or its packaging 
  
 
Shipping Height
 
 It is the measurement of height of the product at the time of shipping or its packaging 
  
 
Shipping Weight
 
 Shipping weight is the total weight of the product after packing at the being shipped 
  
 
Shipping Width
 
 It refers to the total width and weight of the UPS and Power devices when packed while shipping 
  
 
Surge Suppression
 
 Surge suppression is a technique that attempts to regulate the voltage supplied to an electric device by either blocking or shorting to ground voltage above a safe threshold 
  
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Technology
 
 It refers to the technology that has been implemented in a particular device 
  
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UPS Technology
 
 An uninterruptible power supply (UPS) is a device which maintains a continuous supply of electric power to connected equipment by supplying power from a separate source when utility power is not available 
  
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