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Line-Interactive Digital UPS System offers voltage regulation, surge suppression and battery support for personal computers, network workstations and more. Internal UPS circuits support entry-level PCs for 60 minutes or individual VCR/DVR for 3 hours during power failure. AVR circuits regulate brownouts as low as 89 volts back to usable levels without using battery power. Includes 4 battery-supported outlets, plus 4 surge suppression-only outlets. USB port enables optional unattended system shutdown without data loss; cable included. HID-compliant USB interface enables integration with built-in power management and auto shutdown of Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. Built-in single-line RJ-11 phone suppression jacks protect modem and satellite receiver with standard dialup/DSL phone connection. 2.2 GHz coaxial jacks protect against surges on CATV, satellite or broadcast antenna connections. 3 minute battery runtime with full load of 1000VA/500W and 10 minutes with half load of 500VA/250W.
Power Rating: 1 kVA/500 W
Max Surge Energy Rating: 480 J
Input Connectors: 1 x USB, RJ-11 Phone/DSL Modem, 4 x NEMA 5-15R - Battery Backup System, 4 x NEMA 5-15R - Surge-protected, NEMA 5-15P
Product Title: Tripp Lite SmartPro 1000 VA Tower Digital UPS
Manufacturer: Tripp Lite
Power Score: 4.2 | 12 Reviews
NEMA 5-15R: 8
Uptime Full Load: 14 minute(s)
Power Rating Watts: 500 W
Power Rating VA kVA: 1000 VA
Output Waveform: Pulse Width Modulate
Input Voltage Supported: 110 V AC
Warranty Information: 3 Year
URL: Manufacturer Link
Dimensions: 10.43" Height x 15.55" Width x 4.84" Depth
Weight: 14.60 lbs
Backup/Run Time: 0.05 Hour 500 W Full Load, 0.18 Hour 250 W Half Load
Uptime Half Load: 3 minute(s)
Battery Recharge Time: 8 Hour
Maximum Battery Recharge Time: 8 Hour
Backup/Run Time (Half Load): 11 Minute
Product Line: SmartPro
Load Capacity (Watt): 500 W
Height: 12 in
Assembly Required: No
Maximum Current Rating: 1920 joules
Recycled Content: 0%
Brand Name: Tripp Lite
General Features: Audible Alarms, Automatic Voltage Regulation (AVR), Option Switches
Humidity: 0 to 95% Non-condensing Relative Humidity
Temperature: 122F (50C)
Output Voltage: 120 V AC
Rack Height: 2U
Current: 12 A
Voltage Handling: 5% Output
Width: 3.5 in
Depth: 6.5 in
Country of Origin: China
Backup/Run Time (Full Load): 3 Minute
Switching Time: 4 ms
Frequency Band: Low voltage transfer to battery power: Switches to battery power as line voltage decreases to 89V or less, switches back to AC mode as line voltage increases to 94V or higherHigh voltage transfer to battery power: Switches to battery mode as line voltage increases to 139V or higher, switches back to AC mode as line voltage decreases to 135V or lowerTypical Applications: Entry-level PCs, networked workstations, point-of-sale equipment, small business phone systems, audio/video equipment and home theater systems. Ideal for sensitive electronic applications in areas where brownout conditions are commonCold Start: Yes, inverter can be "cold started" to enable temporary AC output during a power failureSwitches: Includes 2 front panel switches - one main on/off power switch and one dual function "alarm cancel" / "self test" button
Load Capacity (VA): 1 kVA
Product Reviews (10)
Bateria para repuesto del SMART 1000 LCD
Strengths: tiene Regulador de voltaje, Pantalla LCD indicadora del nivel de carga de las baterias (incrementos de 20%)
Weakness: Baterias de repuesto..podria ser un punto debil, en mi pais ,la bateria mas comun para UPS, y las mas BARATA por ese motivo es la de GP 1272 (12vol 7.2 Ah)
Quisiera saber si alguien me puede decir el tipo de bateria que lleva adentro este UPS, porque puede ser muy bueno el UPS pero si despues a la hora de cambiar las baterias no hay o son muy dificiles de encontrar PODRIA ser problema..
Por eso quisiera saber que tipo de bateria usa..
By anonymous; - Jan 25, 2008
Strengths: Display, compact size, recognized in OS as ACPI battery
Weakness: Not much backup time, backlight not defeatable, alarm can be turned off but procedure is complicated.
This is the coolest-looking UPS on the market... with the blue backlit display on the front. The information displayed isn't really that useful but fun for techies to keep an eye on the state of the AC input. It's also a nice compact size, and can orient vertically or horizontally depending on your needs (the display can be flipped accordingly). As another reviewer mentioned, it doesn't allow for...
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This is the coolest-looking UPS on the market... with the blue backlit display on the front. The information displayed isn't really that useful but fun for techies to keep an eye on the state of the AC input.
It's also a nice compact size, and can orient vertically or horizontally depending on your needs (the display can be flipped accordingly). As another reviewer mentioned, it doesn't allow for a bunch of power bricks, but that's more just a symptom of the small size of the unit.
Another symptom of the small size is that there's just not that much battery in there. the 1000VA rating sounds like a lot but this UPS is really only average in terms of backup time. However, even with a large screen LCD and dual core PC you still get at least 5-10 minutes--which covers most power outages and at the least gives your PC time to shut itself down or hibernate.
As everyone else has mentioned, that fantastic blue display is also extremely bright and cannot be turned off. Not a good UPS for a bedroom or next to your TV where the light will be annoying. Mine is under my desk so I don't see it unless I'm trying to.
Also, I found a post on amazon that explains how to disable the alarm, but it's complicated and requires installing Tripp Lite's crappy software.
The best thing about this UPS (and most other modern ones) is that the OS treats it natively like it would a laptop battery. So you don't need to install anything, and the OS will be able to keep tabs on the battery levels and will take the proper actions as necessary.
Overall, a great UPS which has worked very well the last few months and hopefully will continue to do so for many years (the batteries are easily replaced).
By d_esmond - Oct 15, 2007
Solid UPS with blue LCD in the front and a bit difficult to set up software
Strengths: Solid performance, look professional, useful battery and watts info display, software to shutdown and other functions
Weakness: Too annoying alarm whenever it is on battery, outlets are pretty close to each others, download software, software is not very easy to setup
This Tripp-Lite perform quite well with large visible LCD in the front. So far I had about 4 times power disruption, and it performed well to be on battery and shut down the system. However, the very loud alarm is annoying in that it would not stop unless the button was manually pushed. I believe you can set off the alarm, but it doesn't have the option to alarm only certain times. The software...
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This Tripp-Lite perform quite well with large visible LCD in the front. So far I had about 4 times power disruption, and it performed well to be on battery and shut down the system. However, the very loud alarm is annoying in that it would not stop unless the button was manually pushed. I believe you can set off the alarm, but it doesn't have the option to alarm only certain times. The software needs to be downloaded and require to install .net-- I hate it. APC has more useful software I think. The software can be configured in either home or business. The business has a lot more options, yet it doesn't fully explained certain activities very clearly. It also has very annoying configuration. For instance, under "events", you have to manually fill your contact notification everytime each event occurs although you just did setup your contact. There are so many redundant click to get some setting done -- in this department, APC software is a lot easier. Finally, when I was on battery, I didn't get any notifications via my email as I supposed to.
By pasu - Aug 28, 2007
Strengths: 1000VA, strong power for home and entertainment units.
Weakness: I still don't know how to turn that blue screen back light off. It is in my bedroom and it just sometimes annoys me with that backlight. I might just find somethign to cover it up.
It does its job right. I should try it sometime by pulling the plug and see how it perform. If you have a vista, do not connect it to the computer at first. Update its latest firmware before doing so. (Well they should stick that label on top of the UPS) Overall it is a nice product.
By tabriswoo - Jul 26, 2007
A notch above the entry level units
Strengths: Adequate backup for most home PCs, has voltage regulation
Weakness: LCD is cool, but may be useless/invisible depending on where you position the device
Usually you don't get voltage regulation/power "cleaning" on low-end UPS units. I got the SmartPro for around eighty bucks or so, and was pleasantly surprised to see AVR mentioned on the box. Provides something in the neighborhood of 500 watts of battery support (max), but don't think you're going to run your PC for 20 minutes on the UPS alone---if this thing kicks in, you should be thinking...
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Usually you don't get voltage regulation/power "cleaning" on low-end UPS units. I got the SmartPro for around eighty bucks or so, and was pleasantly surprised to see AVR mentioned on the box. Provides something in the neighborhood of 500 watts of battery support (max), but don't think you're going to run your PC for 20 minutes on the UPS alone---if this thing kicks in, you should be thinking about shutting down in 5 minutes or less. And if you have a lot of peripherals---and especially power-gobbling devices like laser printers---think about running a second UPS for some of those.
By kgivens - Jul 21, 2007