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- ItemStandby UPS
- VA Rating500VA
- Input Voltage120VAC
- Input Current10A
- Output Voltage115/120VAC
- Backup Time (Half/Full Load)15 min./4 min.
- Number of Outlets(6) 5-15R
- Outlet Type(3) UPS/Surge, (3) Surge
- Automatic Volts RegulationNo
- Fax/Modem Line ProtectionNo
- Transfer Time2 to 4 msec
- Input Connection6 ft. Cord with NEMA 5-15P Plug
- PortsUSB (HID Enabled)
- Special FeaturesSupports Entry-Level PC System For Up To 30 Min During Brownouts And Power Failures 3 Front Panel Leds And Built-In Audible Alarm Free Poweralert Software Enables Safe Unattended System Shutdown In The Case Of Extended Power Failure
- StandardsTested to UL1778 (USA), Tested to CSA (Canada), Tested to NOM (Mexico), Meets FCC Part 15 Category B (EMI)
- Display TypeLED
- IncludesINTERNETOFFICE500 UPS System, USB Cable, Phone Cable, Instruction Manual
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