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    Question UPS buying suggestion

    amr dekstop er jonno ekta UPS kinte chai, price range kmn hobe ebong normally ekta UPS koto khon support dite pare? current tho jai prai 1 hour er jonno, pura 1 hour support dite parbe emn UPS ki ase? thakle oi tar price range kmn hobe?

    kichu din por ekta 400-500W er ekta PSU kena r plan ase. currently non-brand er normal PSU use kortesi. PSU aar UPS koto khon support dite parbe tar vitor ki kono relation ase?

    tnx in advance

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    Bishal Question!

    1. Power Guard 1200VA 4.8K
    2. Apollo 1200VA 4.8k
    3. Ideal 800VA 3.2K (Maybe)

    4. RA 1000VA 7.5K This may give you around 1hour backup.totally depends on your system load. (recently someone said RA is loosing quality)


    Non-brand psu er Efficiency kom so jodio load kom thake tader upor tara AC outlet/UPS theke beshi tanbe. Shei tulonay Branded er efficiency beshi tai same power output dite ac outlet/ups theke kom tanbe.

    but jehetu Branded 500W can provide higher power than non brand, back up time komte pare.

    totally depends on your load.

    what's your pc's config?

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    Bishal Question!

    1. Power Guard 1200VA 4.8K
    2. Apollo 1200VA 4.8k
    3. Ideal 800VA 3.2K (Maybe)

    4. RA 1000VA 7.5K This may give you around 1hour backup.totally depends on your system load. (recently someone said RA is loosing quality)


    Non-brand psu er Efficiency kom so jodio load kom thake tader upor tara AC outlet/UPS theke beshi tanbe. Shei tulonay Branded er efficiency beshi tai same power output dite ac outlet/ups theke kom tanbe.

    but jehetu Branded 500W can provide higher power than non brand, back up time komte pare.

    totally depends on your load.

    what's your pc's config?
    I can make that 2.9k.

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    anyway if you need to learn more about UPS you can visit this link.
    http://redwanhasan.blogspot.com/2013...d-to-know.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    anyway if you need to learn more about UPS you can visit this link.
    http://redwanhasan.blogspot.com/2013...d-to-know.html
    so which brand & model do u suggest???

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    Quote Originally Posted by terrygr8_007 View Post
    so which brand & model do u suggest???
    see earlier post. 1. Power Guard 1200VA 4.8K
    2. Apollo 1200VA 4.8k
    3. Ideal 800VA 3.2K (Maybe)

    4. RA 1000VA 7.5K

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    see earlier post. 1. Power Guard 1200VA 4.8K
    2. Apollo 1200VA 4.8k
    3. Ideal 800VA 3.2K (Maybe)

    4. RA 1000VA 7.5K
    all of their power factor is 0.8??

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    Quote Originally Posted by terrygr8_007 View Post
    all of their power factor is 0.8??
    nope. around 0.6 to 0.7.

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    sorry for the delay

    load er baper ta, load beshi thakbe na. raat e download die ghumai jai, tate jaa load pore aar ki. apatoto non-brand er PSU use kortesi aar samne ekta brand er PSU kinbo vabtesi.

    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    I can make that 2.9k.
    ki vabe?

    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    Bishal Question!

    1. Power Guard 1200VA 4.8K
    2. Apollo 1200VA 4.8k
    3. Ideal 800VA 3.2K (Maybe)

    4. RA 1000VA 7.5K This may give you around 1hour backup.totally depends on your system load. (recently someone said RA is loosing quality)


    Non-brand psu er Efficiency kom so jodio load kom thake tader upor tara AC outlet/UPS theke beshi tanbe. Shei tulonay Branded er efficiency beshi tai same power output dite ac outlet/ups theke kom tanbe.

    but jehetu Branded 500W can provide higher power than non brand, back up time komte pare.

    totally depends on your load.

    what's your pc's config?
    4 tai ki 1 hour back up dite parbe? obviously ami 3 tar proti interested. ei kmn any idea?

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    na. 1 hour back up dite parbe na. 1200VA er gula maybe 40 min er moto parbe except RA.

    and 3rd ta? 800VA Ideal? guess 15min back up dibe.

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