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APC Back-UPS ES 700 - Uninterruptible Power Supply 700VA, - BE700G-UK - 8 Outlets - Surge protected

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700 VA / 405 Watt
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  • Supplies battery backup power during outages and unsafe voltage fluctuations, as well as protection from damaging surges and spikes -perfect for for desktop computers, wireless networks, gaming consoles and other electronics
  • 8 total outlets - 4 battery backup and surge, 4 surge only
  • Data line (RJ45) surge suppression to protect against dangerous surges traveling along data lines
  • including Shutdown Software and 100.000 € Equipment Protection Policy
  • Content of delivery: Back UPS BE700G User manual USB Cable Shutdown Software
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Product information

Style: 700 VA / 405 Watt
Technical Details
BrandAPC
Item Weight7 Kg
Product Dimensions31.1 x 22.4 x 8.9 cm
Item model numberBE700G-UK
Voltage230 volts
Wattage405 watts
  
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ASINB002RXED6A
Best Sellers Rank 1,419 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7 Kg
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Date First Available16 Oct. 2009
  
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Style Name:700 VA / 405 Watt

Product description

APC PowerSaving BackUPS 700VA 230V BS1363 BE700GUK Power UPS Surge Protection

Box Contains

  • APC Power-Saving Back-UPS
  • CD with software
  • Telephone Cable
  • User Manual


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    Style: 550 VA / 330 Watt Verified Purchase
    I'm running a middle range PC, and needed a UPS to replace my old Belkin which just didn't have enough sockets, so thought I'd give this one a try. So far, I've nothing but praise for it. I have currently plugged in my pc, monitor, phone, two printers, scanner, desk light, and speakers, and it is coping with everything. The plug in sockets are solid - you can't swivel them around - but the space between each socket means even my biggest plug fits neatly. It's not a thing of beauty, and it is quite large, but for peace of mind should there be a power outage - and I get a lot of those - or power surge it doesn't really matter what it looks like. It also comes with everything you need so you don't find yourself racing out in order to buy usb cables, or plugs, so full marks APC
    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.
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    Style: 550 VA / 330 Watt Verified Purchase
    To be very clear, this review is of an APC BE550G-UK 330 Watts/550 VA.

    * The UPS is supplied with one pole of the battery disconnected; a prominent yellow sticker warns the user of this crucial fact. On the underside of the unit there is a sliding cover that has to be removed to access the battery, it is then necessary to connect the detached lead to the blank terminal. Push it on firmly, brethren.
    * The approximate dimensions of the unit are 10 x 9 x 3 inches. In technical terms it is a big old beast, thumping the scales at 12.8 pounds.
    * It is a rare pleasure to find a computer/electrical device that plugs directly into the mains, ie without a power adapter. I always worry about those nasty wee things bursting into flames and implementing a DIY cremation.
    * The UPS is entirely usable out of the box, it does not need configuration. There are 8 13A sockets in 2 rows of 4; one row is surge protected, the other row is both surge protected and backed up by the battery. In truth, that's all you really need to know.
    * A supplied CD installs the UPS management utility PowerChute; note this is Windows only. It installed on Windows 10 without issues. The version showed as 3.0.2 and an online check revealed no update. There is an RJ45 (ethernet) to USB lead supplied, connecting this from the UPS Data Port to a PC USB socket enables a number of parameters to be set. Most importantly, it allows the battery backup alarm, which notifies of power failure occurrences (brownouts), to be disabled altogether or only enabled between specified hours. I disabled it because I can usually spot a power failure by the lights going out, and I don't want a cheeping alarm waking me at 4:30am.
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    Style: 700 VA / 405 Watt Verified Purchase
    I had another, larger APC UPS for my computer and peripherals that has given excellent service, and cuts in immediately there is a power failure, or even voltage drop.
    We live in a small village and seem to suffer more frequent power failures than neighbouring villages and towns. After my satisfaction with the UPS for my computer, I added this smaller unit for my router, Apple Airport Extreme and network storage located in a different room. The two UPS units have enabled me to continue using my computer and wifi network until power is restored. Technically it has achieved everything I wanted.
    The downside is that the UPS it looks quite prominent and ugly in the place where I have to use it. I get frequent complaints about it from my wife. I will need to look at relocating it or hiding the UPS and router etc. inside a cupboard.
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    By Bfamily TOP 100 REVIEWER on 28 Jan. 2014
    Style: 400 VA / 240 Watt Verified Purchase
    I think a UPS should be one of the first investments when you get a notebook or any expensive electronic kit. The reliability of electricity is UK is not the best with spikes and black out quite frequent. I had friends which damaged very expensive notebooks due to the awful stability of the electrical network so I always recommend purchasing a UPS, even one as cheap as this one, which by the way, is worth every pence.

    The positive:
    + really good value for money
    + it has 4 battery+ surge sockets and 4 only surge protected sokets
    + 400VA means about 280 W power which is enough for most of the cases
    + simple operation
    + the battery can be easily removed from the case (and replaced if necessary)

    The negative:
    - I tend to press the disconnect button sometimes because it is placed under my desk and when i'm not careful, I touch the button with my leg and disconnect from the mains. It beeps a bit and shuts down everything which is not very nice. The button can be very easily pressed so I placed a coin over it and now it's ok. Some other sort of button would have been more suitable I guess...
    - I'm not sure how long the battery will last.

    Keep in mind that this UPS provides a simulated sinusoidal signal and not a pure sine. Some of the power supplies for desktop computers require pure sine to work properly (those UPSs cost a lot more though) so keep this in mind when ordering one.

    I have connected on the battery+surge side a notebook and a synology NAS along with my speakers - everything runs very smooth.

    If you have any questions, please ask.
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