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    Exclamation Computer Disconnection Problem!!!!!!

    I have this problem for months....

    I have no ups with my PC. I have a 2000 watt IPS(RahimAfrooz). So I can use my PC when it is in IPS mode.

    My problem is, when a load-shedding occurs, my PC Shuts down and the monitor doesn't open.But the PC still runs. So I have to cut the power off then start again.

    Is it a voltage changing problem??

    PLS HELP ME,

    TY in Advance.....

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    Get a UPS.
    Theres a ~1 sec delay for the IPS to switch from AC to battery mode. So the UPS needs to cover for that delay.

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    In simple word IPS backup doesn't work like UPS. By their name their function is different too. IPS takes longer time to supply backup then of UPS. I also have IPS and RahimAfrooz support suggested me to use a 600VA UPS to support that 1 or 2 sec. disconnection. I do not see any other alternative here.

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    Which brand UPS I should buy. I want to buy an UPS that gives less noise...

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuadStorm View Post
    Which brand UPS I should buy. I want to buy an UPS that gives less noise...
    RA, take out the beeper after you buy it.

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    RA or Luminous? How much it should cost??

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    What does it mean by regulated IPS. How can I switch the regulated IPS on or off?..

    The IPS says: "Switch in unregulated IPS for better charging."
    " Switch to regulated IPS when you turn a computer on"

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