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Zigor Danubio 1000VA UPS

3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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  • Zigor Danubio Digital In-Line UPS with AVR Protection
  • Power: 1000 VA/600 W
  • Digital microprocessor controlled Line Interactive design
  • AVR -Buck Boost
  • Audible alarm
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Zigor Danubio 1000VA UPS + IEC C14 to 4 Way Gang UK Mains Extension Sockets Lead 2m Cable + Power Extension Cable IEC Male to Female UPS Lead C14 to C13 1.8m
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Technical Details
Item Weight14 g
Product Dimensions37 x 13.5 x 21 cm
Item model number18402
Number of USB 2.0 Ports5
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 49,840 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight14 Kg
Date First Available21 Dec 2009

Product Description

Zigor 18599 - ZIGOR DANUBIO 1000VA UPS

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great UPS at an unbeatable price 25 April 2013
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I already had 2 APC UPS's - one 350VA and one 650VA - this one beats the hell out of the pair of them with its 1000VA, now giving me a full 25 minutes or so to close down after a power outage on my workstation with a 1,000w PSU - and has software to close the PC down automatically when the battery level gets low. This now runs my PC and the 2 APC's are now relegated to just just running the 4 monitors on my system instead - can't fault it
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
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Great item - but it really needs an ethernet adapter, and SNMP UPs management capability - if this device had that capability it would work with domestic NAS devices... however, overall the hardware is well made, and most importantly it feels safe to use.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Does more than it says on the tin. 2 July 2013
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Good little device, powering a small server. Runs a treat, great price. Would recommend, need to put four more words before I can submit this review, which is a bit of a pain, so I'm going to put even more pointless words that have nothing to do with the product.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Ok h/w, awful s/w 24 May 2014
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Bought this thing since the number of power cuts in our neighbourhood are now up to 1 per week :-( To some extent, buyers of UPSs today have to question their sanity. Imagine how long the heavy battery of this Danubio could support your laptop. 10hrs? More?. So what was I thinking adding this thing to my desktop - to give me, what?, 30 mins stand-by? A more rational consumer choice might have been to replace the desktop with a laptop...

Anyway, here it is. It comes with 2x IEC male-to-female leads. I worked out afterwards that their idea might have been that you take your PC cable to feed the UPS, then one of those IEC leads to connect the PC. The spare IEC could have served my monitor. This is actually pretty much the total load this thing can take. Back to above... :-(

I was a little naive, cut the IEC wire in two and rewired the 10-gang that was feeding my computer and peripherals with the female. When I plugged that arrangement into the back of the Danubio, it bleeped like a time-bomb. Overload. Nothing was actually happening. Well, the laser printer was rebooting...

I have evidently been stupid. Back to the drawing board. In the end, I settled on router, VOIP, PC and monitor off a 4-gang, all else off a 6-gang. That done, the Danubio finally stopped to bleep. At least while the power was on.

With the power off (one must test, no?), the thing was bleeping again. These bleeps are INCREDIBLY loud. Totally unnecessary in a domestic setting because the built-in inverter is noisy enough to alert you on its own that the power has failed. I have a 4kWp solar inverter that makes less of a racket.

I figured that with some luck I would be able to turn off the bleeping from within the Upsilon 2000 s/w.
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