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My new UPS for my computer

My new UPS for my computer

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I've replaced my former Advice PRD650 with this Advice AIN850-3, after a series of batteries that went dead in less than a year, and after my computer technician disassembled it, only to find the PCB fading and two dry capacitors.
The former UPS lasted more than 10 years. I hope that this one will last long as well.

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Sep 11, 2019 at 08:37 AM Author: sox35
I hope so too, but I have found that the cheaper ones don't, as you might possibly expect. IMHO the only UPS brand worth anything is APC, but they are correspondingly expensive. I only have a cheap Chinese 1000VA one at the moment, because I can't afford an APC one right now, it's been online for about 3 years and I get 15-20 minutes out of it on about half load, which isn't too bad given that it's only really there ensure my NAS drives and the router don't have power removed from them unexpectedly. All three computers here are Dell Latitude E6430 laptops, which obviously have their own batteries, so no need to power them from the UPS.

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