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Trust Oxxtron 1000 VA UPS, 230 V Power Supply Unit for PC - Black
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- Compact, reliable 1000 VA battery back-up UPS with three surge protected power outlets
- Keeps your PC up and running when the power goes down, to let you save important data and avoid damaged hardware
- Ideal for use at home or small office: Compact size and 1000 VA battery capacity that’s sufficient for a stand-alone PC
- Surge protected outputs and AVR function to protect connected devices against damage from power surges, spikes and fluctuations
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Compact, reliable 1000 VA battery back-up UPS with three surge protected power outlets.
A lightning strike or a broken power cable can put an end to your work on the computer just like that. Prevent the loss of important data with the latest UPS security device from Trust.
A power failure can have disastrous consequences for your digital data. After hours of work at the computer, having to start all over again doesn’t bear thinking about. Trust prevents this scenario with a series of UPS devices. The new Oxxtron UPS from Trust is a so-called uninterrupted power supply which ensures that electronic devices don’t break down during a power failure. Connect your PC, monitor or other expensive equipment to one of the ports and you don’t have to worry any more about losing data.
For added reliability, Trust has equipped all Oxxtron models with RFI filter, AVR function and protection of your modem, fax and telephone.
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|What to Expect||Compact, reliable 800VA battery back-up UPS with 2 surge protected power outlets||Compact, reliable 1000VA battery back-up UPS with 3 surge protected power outlets||1300 VA uninterruptible power supply (UPS) to keep electronic devices running when mains power is down; to let you save important data and avoid damaged hardware||1500 VA uninterruptible power supply (UPS) to keep electronic devices running when mains power is down; to let you save important data and avoid damaged hardware|
|Manageble via USB||No||No||Yes||Yes|
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I read the other bad review for this unit and took it with a pinch of salt, but it is spot on. Not only did I have a dodgy connector on this unit which I had to bend back into shape to plug my monitor in, but the 1300Va is a joke. The batteries in this unit are simply rubbish as it would only power my PC for about 3 minutes until it shut it down.
I have replaced it with an APC unit which is only 650Va and it is lasting around 10 minutes, so simple maths tells you that the Trust should last for 20 minutes (being double the capacity). I was actually expecting a lot less as I have an overclocked core i7 running at 4ghz per core with 2 HDs and a 24" monitor, but 3 minutes - that's just wrong (as the APC unit I bought proves!)
My unit didn't charge properly, in fact after running it flat for a test, I plugged it back into the mains and it said it was fully charged - interesting...
Now the software, wow - I am shocked it even installed! On installation everything looked fine and it worked, it shut down my PC as planned. BUT, when I rebooted it lost connection to the UPS (which was connected via USB) and insisted to try connecting on RS232 (Com-1) - there was NO option to tell it the unit was USB and the only solution was to uninstall and reinstall at which point it then magically found the USB device again, only to lose it again when I rebooted.Read more ›
connected usb to the win7 x64 sp1 machine (8 x 3tb HDD, 1 x samsung 830 SSD, and an i7 3770k cpu with 650 watt psu), didn't detect it with windows ups service automatically, unlike liebert and apc ones I have. so I inserted driver CD, did a default install of the Powerlite Software (previous reviewers are correct, Win7 and higher are not listed as supported) but it installed perfectly on my machine. No reboot required. Started the service automatically when I started the software.
Most importantly I have just completed a test by fully charging it overnight, then connecting the computer, a 24" LG monitor, an asus n66u router, bt infinity modem, a tp-link 8 port switch, and then pulled the mains power supply from it.
Up pops an alert saying "auto shutdown in 1080 seconds" which is the default 18 minutes.
And that's exactly what it did.
The management software is useless. You cannot see the battery level or voltages etc, just a picture that changes if the mains power fails.
The auto-shutdown feature did not work for me either (Windows 7 or Server 2008R2) - and there are no updates available from the manufacturer.
The UPS is not managed by Windows.
Unfortunately, it looks like I received a faulty unit, so instead of protecting my computer from power problems, it killed mine (PSU, motherboard, 2 HDDs and one of the RAM chips fried, but the rest still works). So I am currently waiting to get the issue resolved with Trust (who do not have a telephone number for contact) to get them to reimburse me for equipment damage (which this product covers up to 20,000EUR) - hopefully they pay out due to faulty equipment too. Since all was working fine until 48 hours after I started using the UPS (including a test), I can only put this failure down to the Trust UPS.
Once this is all over, I shall be returning this for a refund, and purchasing an APC product, which although expensive, always have very good reviews.
"AC failure: default is Cathode,if UPS is Utility fail, PowerManager Lite display Utility ok,then change polarity of AC failure is Anode. Battery voltage low: default is Cathode, if UPS is Battery low, PowerManager Lite display Battery ok,then change polarity of Battery voltage low is Anode. Shutdown UPS: default is Anode,and it be recommended don't to change."
Decent bit of hardware spoilt by disgraceful software.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have two of these and they both have failed, wasted my money and did not manage to make my system bomb proof. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Nomad
10 minutes after I fitted this we had a power failure. Did I care? NO, lol.
Luckily I had charged up the battery fully beforehand.
It had better reviews when I bought it over 2 years ago, which probably says something about its durability. Read morePublished 5 months ago by D. Kechagias
Lovely job, saved all my work by keeping my PC running when the power suddenly went off. If you use your PC a lot then it is a must have bit of kitPublished 7 months ago by D. M.
Where do I start....? First one delivered by Amazon popped every fuse in the house circuit box and plunged the house into darkness... Reset, tried again.... Instant darkness ! Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
Don't buy one of these - they don't work in most circumstances. I have two older 1300 VA versions and they are still working fine, Apparently, the new firmware in these shuts them... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Rod Mackay