CyberPower Standby Series ST900U - UPS - AC 96-140 V - 500 Watt - 900 VA 7 Ah - USB - output connectors: 12 - Black
CYBERPOWER SYSTEMS (USA) CyberPower Standby Series ST900U - UPS - AC 96-140 V - 500 Watt - 900 VA 7 Ah - USB - output connectors: 12 - Black
The CyberPower ST900U uninterruptible power supply (UPS) system provides battery backup and surge protection for lightning-induced surges and other power events that can damage electronic equipment. This unit ... Full Description
CyberPower Standby Series ST900U - UPS - AC 96-140 V - 500 Watt - 900 VA 7 Ah - USB - output connectors: 12 - BlackThe CyberPower ST900U uninterruptible power supply (UPS) system provides battery backup and surge protection for lightning-induced surges and other power events that can damage electronic equipment. This unit delivers enough battery backup to power connected electronics through utility power failure and enough runtime to perform a graceful shutdown to protect against the loss of data and damage to valuable electronics during longer outages. The ST900U has two USB charging ports with 2.1 amp shared total output which gives you a faster charging time. This unit is designed to minimize noise for a quieter work environment and to run efficiently to reduce power consumption. Including a sleek design, this UPS is perfect for all your home office and entertainment needs, including computers, gaming consoles, and broadband routers.
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
The amount of electrical energy the battery can deliver over a certain period of time (One Charge Cycle)
Circuit protection is feature designed to protect an electrical circuit from damage caused by overload or short circuit
It is the most prominent color featured on the body of the device (external)
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)
Input Voltage indicates the type of electrical current (AC or DC) and the voltage required to safely and efficiently power a device
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.
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
Software Included is the software provided with the product which acts as an interface between the user and product
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
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