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    Default Need your Suggestion to buy an UPS

    Guys, can anyone please help me to buy a UPS for my system? My PSU is 600 Watt (TT-TR2 80% Gold Certified). And I will connect my CPU, Monitor (ASUS VX22) and Sound system (very old Micro lab 4:1) with it.
    If possible, it will be great to have a software support for Auto Shutdown my system. Also As you know, our load shading time is about 1 hour and I don’t expect my UPS will be giving me backup for the whole time. Just want to be on the safe side regarding the power backup time.
    Which brand and model UPS should I buy for my system?

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    @minitt and @redwan hasan are our resident UPS experts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sybaris Caesar View Post
    @minitt and @redwan hasan are our resident UPS experts.
    You're well on your way to become Publisher, keep going we can finally replace Anik bhai

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    You're well on your way to become Publisher, keep going we can finally replace Anik bhai
    Gee thank you! I always knew I had a keen eye for talent. Your words of wisdom promotes it.
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    Hello !!!!!!!! is there anyone who could help me ????? please ????????

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    Quote Originally Posted by shanchya View Post
    Guys, can anyone please help me to buy a UPS for my system? My PSU is 600 Watt (TT-TR2 80% Gold Certified). And I will connect my CPU, Monitor (ASUS VX22) and Sound system (very old Micro lab 4:1) with it.
    If possible, it will be great to have a software support for Auto Shutdown my system. Also As you know, our load shading time is about 1 hour and I don’t expect my UPS will be giving me backup for the whole time. Just want to be on the safe side regarding the power backup time.
    Which brand and model UPS should I buy for my system?
    How much can you spend? I mean if you want an UPS that can support a system for full hour it will be costly plus you want the option for software control too. If I were you I would make one for myself actually. Not like building all the parts because that would be really time consuming, more like adding parts together.

    Maybe a 1200VA machine + a 100Ahr battery(if the machine supports 12V system) or two 50Ahr 12V deep cycle battery + a 100Ahr 12V/50Ahr 24V lead acid charger and just assemble them. I'm currently using a Volvo Solar 130Ahr 12V battery with a Mercury 1200VA UPS and for charging I use an old Rahim Afrose 400VA Volta machine. Working pretty good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sybaris Caesar View Post
    @minitt and @redwan hasan are our resident UPS experts.
    Thank you for the endorsement kiddo!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    How much can you spend? I mean if you want an UPS that can support a system for full hour it will be costly plus you want the option for software control too. If I were you I would make one for myself actually. Not like building all the parts because that would be really time consuming, more like adding parts together.

    Maybe a 1200VA machine + a 100Ahr battery(if the machine supports 12V system) or two 50Ahr 12V deep cycle battery + a 100Ahr 12V/50Ahr 24V lead acid charger and just assemble them. I'm currently using a Volvo Solar 130Ahr 12V battery with a Mercury 1200VA UPS and for charging I use an old Rahim Afrose 400VA Volta machine. Working pretty good.

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    Thank you for the endorsement kiddo!!
    How much backup time do you get with that 130AH battery on the 1200VA system?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Codex View Post
    How much backup time do you get with that 130AH battery on the 1200VA system?
    I honestly don't know because haven't tested out yet and the longest time I had to take back up was like only a hour. I do have plans for testing it out though but putting a consistent load is tough to find, might buy couple 200W tungsten light bulbs for testing.

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