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please can i use this for my ps4 and Tv? 14 Jun 2014
You can use it for anything you want to plug into it - I've a telephone answering machine and an uplighter in mine as well as the PC - but you'll need a USB connection if you want to use the PowerChute software, and run time depends on the total wattage.
Each time my freezer (on same ring as my 42" LED TV) starts up, the electrical "draw" blanks out the TV instantly for 1-2 seconds I guess by starving/reducing the TVs electricity supply momentarily. Will this stop that? 8 Jun 2014
I wish I could answer your question but I really don't know. I can tell you that when we had a blackout earlier in the year. The top row kept my computer, monitor and modem going for hours so that I could get information needed to report the blackout to the right quarter. I can tell you only that NONE of the items attached stopped momentarily in preference to another, so it is certainly worth a try. Wish I could be of more help. It is a great product.
Does the 550V version let you know when the battery needs to be replaced without using the software? 27 May 2014
Hi, I have not installed the software. I am not sure what you mean regarding replacement of the battery, however, during a prolonged power cut in the winter it beeped for the length of time there was no power and the beeps became more rapid at the point the battery support ran out. As soon as power was restored, some hours later, the battery recharged.
Is the software compatible with os-x 14 Feb 2014
I don't use the software as have the unit plugged in via usb to netgear nas that monitors the battery level in case of power outage. I then have plugged into it the nas server and all my other machines like macs and pc etc. it's a great unit and saved my bacon 5 times already where I live.
It didn't come with specific MAC software but my MAC is attached to it and it saved my sanity earlier this year when we had a power failure.. There are 8 outlets and the top 4 are protected by a battery. It lasted long enough so that I could go on line and find the numbers I needed to report a fault, give information, and notify friends about the problem. The battery goes after a few hours accompanied by beeps and then will recharge automatically once power is restored. I wouldn't be without it. Hope that helps. bet. J. Padro
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