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    Hello,

    I use a router that feeds internet to all of my devices. During gaming sessions, when the power goes out, it takes 2-3 seconds for the generator to kick in. And then the router spends next 20 seconds booting up and connecting. I want to connect a ups to my router so that it does not go out. What is the cheapest ups that i can get? And is it practical to keep the ups on for weeks ? I mean will it affect the lifetime of the battery or possibly just get burnt ? Because my current ups connected to my pc gets very hot. Thanks !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Menace Slinger View Post
    Hello,

    I use a router that feeds internet to all of my devices. During gaming sessions, when the power goes out, it takes 2-3 seconds for the generator to kick in. And then the router spends next 20 seconds booting up and connecting. I want to connect a ups to my router so that it does not go out. What is the cheapest ups that i can get? And is it practical to keep the ups on for weeks ? I mean will it affect the lifetime of the battery or possibly just get burnt ? Because my current ups connected to my pc gets very hot. Thanks !
    you can just connect your router directly to your current UPS, and buying a dedicated UPS for a router is overkill and wasteful,in a sense that most UPS will burn more energy themselves comparing to what the router is consuming, I have made specialized back up power system for routers and ONUs, those stuffs works pretty well too, if you want i can give you the circuit diagrams too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    you can just connect your router directly to your current UPS, and buying a dedicated UPS for a router is overkill and wasteful,in a sense that most UPS will burn more energy themselves comparing to what the router is consuming, I have made specialized back up power system for routers and ONUs, those stuffs works pretty well too, if you want i can give you the circuit diagrams too.
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    I'm not enough of a geek to build something following diagrams What i wanted to ask was though would it be bad if just keep the ups turned on for like a month ? would it affect the battery negatively ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sybaris Caesar View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Menace Slinger View Post
    I'm not enough of a geek to build something following diagrams What i wanted to ask was though would it be bad if just keep the ups turned on for like a month ? would it affect the battery negatively ?
    no, i keep mine turned on(im talking about UPS) for months, if you use the battery regularly(for backup) you will have to change it in like 1.5 years anyway and if not its safe to keep UPS on for months or even years, even if the circuit doesn't have overcharging protection current level falls to a very low amount to do any damage to the battery so you will be fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post


    no, i keep mine turned on(im talking about UPS) for months, if you use the battery regularly(for backup) you will have to change it in like 1.5 years anyway and if not its safe to keep UPS on for months or even years, even if the circuit doesn't have overcharging protection current level falls to a very low amount to do any damage to the battery so you will be fine.
    Thanks very much !

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