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APC BE700G-UK 405 Watts /700 VA,Input 230V /Output 230V, Interface Port USB Power-Saving Back-UPS
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- Reserves power capacity and run time for connected equipment that require battery back-up
- Provides surge only protection for less critical equipment and a 3 year repair or replace warranty is provided on the unit
- Protects connected loads from surges, spikes, lightning, and other power disturbances
- Provides protection of connected equipment from power surges on the data lines
- Provides peace of mind with professional data recovery services in the event data is lost due to the failure of the unit
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- Battery failure notification - Provides early-warning fault analysis on batteries enabling timely preventive maintenance.
- 10/100 BaseT Connection - This reduces a major risk of downtime by providing detailed reports on battery age, load, health, etc facilitating the timely replacement of UPS batteries.
- Battery-protected and surge-only outlets - Reserves power capacity and run time for connected equipment that require battery back-up while providing surge only protection for less critical equipment.
- Cold-start capable - Provides temporary battery power when the utility power is out.
- Hot-swappable batteries - Ensures clean, uninterrupted power to protected equipment while batteries are being replaced
- Dataline Surge Protection - Provides protection of connected equipment from power surges on the data lines.
- Automatic self-test - Periodic battery self-test ensures early detection of a battery that needs to be replaced.
Battery recharge time: 16 h
Cable length: 1.83 m
Certification: UL, FCC, CE, C-Tick, RoHS
Colour of product: Black
Dimensions (WxDxH): 224 x 311 x 89 mm
Nominal input voltage: 230
Nominal output voltage: 230
Operating temperature (T-T): 0 - 40 °C
Output connections: 8 x BS 1363
Output power: 405 W
Output power capacity: 700 VA
Package dimensions (WxDxH): 279 x 400 x 127 mm
Package weight: 7.84 kg
Power supply input frequency: 47/63
Replacement battery cartridge: RBC17
Surge energy rating: 310 J
Typical backup time at full load: 3.5 min
Typical backup time at half load: 13.3 min
Weight: 6.93 kg
From the Manufacturer
Model BE700G-UK - 405 Watts /700 VA
Peace of mind from the world's most trusted UPS provider and solutions to make energy safe, reliable, efficient, productive and green from plant to plug.
Back-UPS Range Features;
- Battery and surge protected outlets
- Surge only outlets
- Automatic self-test
- Battery failure notification
- Intelligent battery management
- Safety-agency approved
- 2 Year Warranty
APC Back-UPS Range
Battery Backup & Surge Protector for Electronics and Computers
The Back-UPS battery backup offers guaranteed power and surge protection for wireless networks, computers, gaming consoles and other electronics in your home or business.
Model BE400G-UK, BE550G-UK and BE700G-UK supply battery backup during outages and unsafe voltage fluctuations, as well as provide protection from damaging surges and spikes. They’re available in 'tower' or 'floor' styles, and together with a variety of standard features, they are the perfect choice to protect your data and keep you connected.
- Resettable circuit breaker easy recovery from overloads; no need to replace a fuse
- Audible alarms provides notification of changing utility power and UPS power conditions
- LED status display quickly understand unit and power status with visual indicators
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Top Customer Reviews
After recent power cuts, various spikes & periods of "on-&-off's", it was time to 'bite the bullet' & get something to protect my very expensive system (instead of the standard power surge sockets I already had). My system is a self-built, AMD 6-core system & cost me more money than I would be willing to pay for again. Together with my 20" Panasonic T.V / Monitor, 1TB external drive & Logitech Air Mouse - all worthy of full protection.
For such a heavy package, it was delivered within 4 days - very good considering I got FREE Super Saver delivery (Yet another great service by Amazon).
The connection took about 2 hours, but this is only because I was wary about the connection of the battery, which, as it turned out, was very simple. I also had to untangle all the cables at the back of my desk, label all the plugs so I knew which was to be plugged into either the UPS or Power-surge sockets. I specifically took time to read all the instructions, options & features of this exceptional UPS.
The Set Up:
The battery cover just slides off, tilt the unit until the battery starts to slide out, connect the short cable to the battery terminal (there are a few small sparks, but nothing too scary), & slide the battery cover plate back on - easy!
Decide which peripherals you need to be powered during a cut (PC, Monitor, Router, etc.) & which ones you just need surge protection from (printer, speakers, phone, etc.). Then plug the relevant plugs into the sockets. Because these are UK sockets, there's no need to mess around with 'kettle plug' type leads to connect to peripherals, just plug in & go.Read more ›
One con - the battery comes with one connection not fitted - presumably for safety in transit? - and it is fiddly to connect. There is no way you can get it out using your fingers - believe me I tried! You have to stand the battery on its side then tip it slightly and the battery slides out. And you need to affix the connector with the smooth side *down*, and the ridged side *up*. Took me a while to figure that one out! Push the connector hard, and, no, it doesn't need to slide completely over the metal connector - again, I discovered that by trial and error. Half way over the connector is far enough, then slide the battery back in. I used a pencil to keep the wire pushed far enough back so it didn't slip off again, because this black wire needs to be out of the way of the cover or it will slide off. Oh, and that cover. Use two thumbs and push away from you to get the cover off. Took me a while to figure that out, too! Once the battery is in place, charge for 16 hours, plug everything in, and you're good to go. I've tried switching it off at the mains, and it gives me fifteen minutes power which is more than enough to save everything, and switch off.
My PC is (whilst sparing you the detail) a fairly top-end, AMD dual processor system with 2 Gb RAM, two optical drives, single hard drive, NVidia PCI Graphics and a number of USB devices connected. Display is a Sony 19" X-Black LCD and I also have an IcyBox NAS drive connected to the UPS. I plan to power the wireless router from it as well but haven't got round to that yet. So, currently it's the three 'essential' components of the system. Brief test this morning by turning off the power on the switched socket that the UPS is connected to showed an estimated battery time of 12 minutes. That may not seem long but it compares well to the Belkin UPS (similar spec) that I've replaced and is plenty of time to ensure that you finish what you're doing, close everything down nicely and power off to save battery life. That's all I want to do in the event of a power cut at home. Interestingly, having had this unit plugged in and running for an hour or so now, and running the test above, I'm at 89% charge with an estimated battery time of 15 minutes, so things look even better...
There is a review here somewhere, moaning about the need to connect the battery before using / charging the UPS. For the life of me I can't understand how it would take two people 20 minutes to do it! It took me less than 5 minutes, more like 2 or 3...Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have owned this since January 2015 and it is worth every penny. I live in an area that we get micro power shortages on a semi regular basis but of course these happen completely... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Jonathan Young
Quite bulky, but it needs to be to support so many sockets.
Plugged in and workes just fine to keep my network/ routers up in power outages
Works as advertised. Tested it a few times by switching it off from the socket and it holds up quite nice. Read morePublished 12 days ago by James
Work at home, but needed to ensure work was not interrupted by power outages. Computer kept going for 30 minutes using this, which is easily sufficient time to save work, print,... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Laird M Buchan
Bought this for my Synology NAS which supported the USB function. Going great even after 2 years ..Published 21 days ago by rd1978