Thanks to the APC Power Saving Back-UPS Pro 1500 you can be confident that your network and computer systems keep running in the midst of a blackout or any other power issues.
- LCD display to monitor status of the UPS, voltage, runtime, etc
- 10 outlets to plug in all of your computer and networking equipment
- Green Power Saving Functionality
- Six-foot power cord
- Dataline Surge Protection—cable modem/video protection, network line (10/100/1000 Base-T Ethernet using RJ-45 connector)
- Line Interactive UPS (step approximated sine wave)
- Ability to add external battery pack for extended runtimes
Did you notice?10 outlets give you plenty of connections for your electronics.
Apple Recommends ForKeep your Macs and your home network running during power outages.
What's in the Box?
- APC Power Saving Back-UPS Pro 1500
- Powerchute shutdown software with CD
- USB cable
- Width: 4.41 in./11.2 cm
- Depth: 11.85 in./30.1 cm
- Weight: 26.62 lb./12.07 kh
- Length: 14.96 in./38 cm
- Mfr. Part Number: BR1500G
- UPC or EAN No.: 731304268772
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- Warranty: Three years repair/replacement; Lifetime $150,000 equipment protection
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Answers from the community
I can't find anyone to ship this APC Power Saving Back-UPS Pro 1500, free, to Hawaii, even Amazon.com won't ship here, do you?
- Asked by James T from Kualapuu
- Mar 6, 2014
How long will the Pro 1500 run without ac power?
- Asked by James M. C from Beverly Hills
- Jan 7, 2013
First, figure out how much power you need. The specs on this unit are "1 hour, 20 minutes @ 100W" o First, figure out how much power you need. The specs on this unit are "1 hour, 20 minutes @ 100W" or
"4 minutes @ 800W". Basically, a higher load severely reduces its battery time.
Put only the equipment you must have on battery backup. With a wireless router and a computer - this unit is fine, and will last for about an hour. However, if you add in your monitors or other devices on the backup as well - expect the battery to only last a few minutes. Limit backup power to just the essentials. You'll have to get a much bigger unit to be able to power a complete computer system for a long time. These small units are mostly for keeping you from loosing data, or for keeping your network going during short power outages. They're also good as line conditioners, as they are a buffer between your homes electrical system and your computer. …
- Answered by Marc N from Everett
- Dec 6, 2013