APC Back-UPS Es 350
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Connect B attery
The Back-UPS ES is shipped with one battery wire disconnected in compliance with Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations. The Back-UPS ES will not operate until the wire is connected to the touch safe battery terminal. Note: Small sparks may occur during battery connection. This is normal.
TURN the Back-UPS ES over and remove two screws using the supplied Phillips screw driver.
LIFT the battery compartment door away from the unit.
LIFT the battery out of the compartment and connect the black battery wire to the battery terminal.
REPLACE the battery, the battery compartment cover and the two screws.
Surge Protection These outlets provide protection from surges and are powered whenever the Back-UPS ES is switched on. Plug your printer, fax machine, scanner, or other peripherals that do not need battery power during a power failure into these outlets.
Connect Fax/Modem/Phone Back-UPS ES protects a single line (two-wire) fax, modem or phone from surges when it is connected through the Back-UPS ES outlets as shown.
Place the Back-UPS ES to avoid: Direct sunlight Excessive heat Excessive humidity or contact with fluids Plug the Back-UPS ES power cord directly into a wall outlet; not into a surge protector or power strip. Connect Computer Cable The supplied cable and software provide automatic file saving and shutdown of the operating system in the case of a sustained power outage. Connect the cable to the Comm Port of the Back-UPS ES. Connect the other end of the cable to the Comm port on your computer. The software will automatically use Comm Port 1 of your computer.
Battery Backup plus
These outlets are powered whenever the Back-UPS ES is switched ON. During a power outage or other utility problems (brownouts, over-voltages), these outlets will be powered for a limited time by the Back-UPS ES. Plug your PC, monitor, and one other data-sensitive device (ZipTM drive, for example) into these outlets.
Power on and Install Software
Press the ON/OFF switch to power the unit ON. This starts the automatic Self-test. A single short beep and the green On Line indicator confirms that Back-UPS ES is on and ready to provide protection. The Back-UPS ES must charge for four hours to ensure full runtime. The unit is being charged whenever it is connected to utility power, whether the unit is turned ON or OFF. If the red Building Wiring Fault indicator is lit, your building wiring presents a shock hazard that should be corrected by a qualified electrician. Install the PowerChute plus software Place the PowerChute plus CD-ROM into your PC and follow installation instructions on the screen. See the software documentation on the PowerChute plus CD-ROM for detailed instructions.
Back-UPS ES Status Indicators
The following are the visual and associated audible indicators which are used to determine the status of the BackUPS ES. See the Troubleshooting section for additional information.
On Line (green)
Back-UPS ES is switched on and utility power is normal.
Building Wiring Fault (red)
Your building wiring presents a shock hazard that should be corrected by a qualified electrician.
Overload (red) On Battery (green)
Single beep: A brief power loss has occurred. One beep repeated every 10 seconds: Utility power is unacceptable. The battery is supplying power. Continuous beeping: Battery capacity is low. Connected devices will lose power shortly. Continuous tone: Battery Backup outlets are overloaded.
Replace Battery (red)
Continuous short beeps: Battery may need to be replaced, charged or has not been properly connected.
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APC, Back-UPS, and PowerChute plus are registered trademarks of American Power Conversion. All other trademarks are property of their repective owners.
Back-UPS ES will not turn on.
Use the table below to solve minor Back-UPS ES installation or operation problems. Consult APC Online Technical Support or call APC Technical Support for assistance with problems that cannot be solved using the table below:
Battery is disconnected. Circuit Breaker has tripped.
Connect the battery by following the instructions listed in the Connect Battery section. Reduce the amount of equipment plugged into the Battery Backup plus Surge Protection outlets of the unit. Next, reset the circuit breaker by pushing it back in. Reduce the amount of equipment plugged into the Surge Protection outlets of the unit. Next, reset the circuit breaker by pushing it back in.
Connected equipment loses power.
Equipment is connected to the Surge Protection outlets. The Back-UPS ES is overloaded. PowerChute plus software has performed a shutdown due to a power failure. The Back-UPS ES has exhausted its available battery power. The connected equipment does not accept the step-approximated sine wave from the Back-UPS ES. The Back-UPS ES may require service.
Ensure that the equipment you want to stay powered during a power failure is plugged into the Battery Backup plus Surge Suppression outlets and NOT the Surge Protection outlets. Make sure that the equipment plugged into the outlets of the unit are not overloading the capacity of the unit. Try removing some of the equipment and see if the problem continues. The Back-UPS ES is operating normally. The Back-UPS ES can only operate on battery power for a limited amount of time. The unit will eventally turn off when the available battery power has been depleted. Allow the unit to recharge for at least 4 hours before continuing operation of the unit. The output waveform of this product is designed for computers and computer-related equipment. It is not designed for use with motor-type equipment. Call for further troubleshooting. The Back-UPS ES is operating normally and using battery power. Once On Battery, you should save your current work, power down your equipment, and turn the unit off. Once normal power is restored, you may turn the unit back on and power on your equipment again.
The On Battery indicator is lit and the Back-UPS ES is sounding one beep every 10 seconds. The On Battery indicator is lit and the Back-UPS ES is making continuous beeps. The Overload indicator is lit and the Back-UPS ES is making a low, continuous tone. The Replace Battery indicator is lit and the Back-UPS ES is making continuous short beeps.
The Back-UPS ES is using battery.
The Back-UPS ES is On Battery and the battery is almost discharged.
The Back-UPS ES is about to turn off due to a low battery charge condition! Immediately power down your computer and turn the unit off. When normal power returns, the unit will recharge its batteries. When this beeping tone starts, you have approximately two minutes before the unit will shut itself down. Reduce the amount of equipment connected to these outlets. The Back-UPS ES will shut itself down abruptly if this condition is not corrected.
The Battery Backup plus Surge Protection outlets are overloaded.
The battery may not be properly connected. The battery may need to be charged.
See Connect Battery section. Allow the unit to charge for at least 4 hours. Initiate a self-test by switching the unit off and back on again. The unit will run a self-test to determine the condition of the battery. If the Replace Battery indicator lights again after completing the self-test, then the battery must be replaced. Go to www.apc.com for information on replacing your battery, or call 800.800.4272. Call a qualified electrician for service.
The battery may need to be replaced.
The Building Wiring Fault indicator is lit. Inadequate runtime.
Your building wiring presents a shock hazard.
The battery is not fully charged. Battery near end of useful life.
Allow the unit to charge by leaving it plugged into the wall for a full 10 hours. As a battery ages, the amount of runtime available will decrease. You can replace the battery by ordering one at www.apc.com. Batteries also age prematurely if the Back-UPS ES is placed near excessive heat.
model Input Voltage Frequency Brownout Transfer Over-voltage Transfer Output UPS Capacity (3 outlets) Surge Capacity (6 outlets) Voltage (On Battery) Frequency (On Battery) Transfer Time Protection and Filter AC Surge Protection Telephone Surge Protection EMI/RFI Filter UPS Overload Protection AC Input Battery Type Recharge Time Average life Physical Net Weight Size (H x W x D) Operating Temperature Operating Relative Humidity Operating Elevation Storage Temperature Safety/Regulatory Safety Approvals EMC Compliance 350 VA, 180 W BEVrms, Nominal 60 Hz +/-5% 99 Vrms, typical 138 Vrms, typical 500 VA, 300 W BE500
Order Replacement Battery
Replace with an APC qualified battery. Replacement batteries can be ordered from www.apc.com. Have your Back-UPS ES model number available when ordering. Your model number can be found on the bottom of the Back-UPS ES.
The standard warranty is 2 years from date of purchase.
12 Amps (including UPS output) 115 Vrms +/-5% (step-approximated sine wave) 60 Hz +/- 0.5% 6 ms typical Full time, 720 Joule Single line (two-wire) Full time UPS automatic shutdown if UPS outlets overload exceeds 110% of rated nominal Resettable circuit breaker Sealed, Maintenance free lead acid 4 hours typical, 10 hours max 2 - 4 years depending on discharge cycles and environment temperature 6.6 lb (3.0kg) 7.2 lb (3.2kg) 3.2 in x 10.7 in. x 4.9 in (8.2cm x 27.2cm x 12.4cm) +32F to 104F (0C to 40C) 0 to 95% non-condensing 0 to 10,000 ft. (0 to 3,000m) +5F to 113F (-15C to 45C) UL 1778 listed, cUL certified per CSA standard C22.2 No 107.1 FCC part 68; FCC part 15 Class B
Please DO NOT RETURN Back-UPS ES to the place of purchase under any circumstances! 1. Consult the Troubleshooting section to eliminate common problems. 2. Verify the battery is connected as shown in the Connect Battery section and that the circuit breaker is not tripped (see Troubleshooting section). If you still have problems or questions, please contact APC via the Internet or at one of the phone numbers listed at the bottom of the page. 3. Before contacting APC, please be sure to record the date purchased, UPS model, and serial number (on bottom of unit). 4. Be prepared to troubleshoot the problem over the telephone with a Technical Support Representative. If this is not successful, the Technical Support Representative will issue a Return Merchandise Authorization Number (RMA#) and a shipping address. 5. Pack the unit in its original packaging. If the original packing is not available, ask APC Technical Support about obtaining a new set. Pack the unit properly to avoid damage in transit. Never use foam beads for packaging. Damage sustained in transit is not covered under warranty (insuring the package for full value is recommended). 6. Write the RMA# on the outside of the package. 7 Return the unit by insured carrier to the address given to you by APC Technical Support.
APC Contact Information
USA/Canada. Mexico Brazil. Worldwide Web site Online Technical Support 1.800.800.4272 292.0253 / 292.0255 0800.12.72.1 +1.401.789.5735 http://www.apc.com http://support.apc.com
Note: Detailed UPS product specifications are available online at www.apc.com or through the APC faxback system (800-347-3299).
1 Connect Battery
3 Connect Equipment
4 Connect the Phone
The Back-UPS is shipped with the internal battery disconnected. Remove the battery cover and connect the battery, as shown below. Refer to Replacing the Battery for additional information.
to the Back-UPS
Battery Back Up Outlets (qty. of 3). These outlets provide battery back-up, surge protection, and Electro-magnetic Interference (EMI) filtering. In case of power outage, battery power is automatically provided to these outlets. Power (facility or battery) is not supplied to these outlets when the Back-UPS is switched Off. Connect a computer, monitor, external disk or CD-ROM drive to these outlets. Surge Only Outlets (qty. of 2). These outlets are always On (when facility power is available) and are not controlled by the On/Off switch. These outlets do not provide power during a power outage. Connect a printer, fax machine or scanner to these outlets. Cable Management Feature. For convenience, the Back-UPS provides a method for integral cable management (see below).
Line to Surge Protection
The telephone ports provide lightning surge protection for any device connected to the telephone line (computer, modem, fax or telephone). The telephone ports are compatible with Home Phoneline Networking Alliance (HPNA) and Digital Suscriber Line (DSL) standards, as well as all modem data rates. Connect as shown. The optional USB Data Port connection is described in step 5.
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Computer USB Port
Avoid placing the Back-UPS in direct sunlight, excessive heat, excessive humidity or in contact with fluids of any type. For convenience, the Back-UPS can be mounted on a wall (see Wall Mount of UPS on the back page).
Battery Back Up Outlets (3) Surge Only Outlets (2) Cable Management Feature
5 Switch on the
6 Connect USB Cable and Install Software (optional)
Note: The Back-UPS software CD-ROM provides data reporting and unattended shutdown of the computer connected to the device. The Users Guide contains additional information about the Back-UPS software. The Users Guide is contained in the main folder contained in the CDROM. Attention: USB Hubs The Back-UPS should be plugged into the USB port of the computer, not into a USB hub. The computer must be powered On before connecting the USB cable. Connect the USB cable end (USB symbol facing down) to the USB data port located on the side of the Back-UPS. Connect the other end of the USB cable to the USB port on the rear panel of the computer. 3. After installation of the drivers is complete, a Windows 98 CD-ROM dialog box may appear. If this happens, just close the box. 4. Insert the APC Installation CD-ROM into the computers drive. The software user documentation is a file on the main folder of the CD. The filename is Users Guide.pdf. 5. Follow the installation instructions on the computer screen. If the software does not automatically install, the Windows autorun feature may have been disabled. In this case: Choose Start in the taskbar and then the Run option. Type the following: <CD-ROM drive letter>:\setup.exe. Click OK. 6. After the installation is complete, the APC plug icon will appear in the taskbar (near the clock). To view the Power Management user interface, double-click on the APC plug taskbar icon or, alternatively, choose: Start > Settings > Control Panel > Power Management. Note: Windows 98 and Windows Me categorize a UPS as an HID (Human Interface Device). The Back-UPS is listed in: Control Panel > System > Device Manager > HID category > HID Compliant Device. Windows 2000 Users The CD-ROM included with this package contains a wizard that optimizes a computer systems power settings for operation with the Back-UPS. It does this by changing various settings in Power Options Properties in the Control Panel. APC strongly advises that the computer system be reconfigured by running this wizard. 1. Insert the APC Power Management CD-ROM into the computers drive. 2. Choose Start and then the Run option. Type: <CD-ROM drive letter>:\setup.exe. Click OK and follow the instructions. Mac OS 9 (9.0.4 or higher) Users APC Shutdown Manager software has been designed specifically to work with Mac OS 9 (9.0.4 or higher, except OS X). There are builds of the Mac OS prior to Mac OS 9.0.4 with power drivers that have known problems. Ensure that the most up to date version of Mac OS 9 (9.0.4 or higher) is installed on the system. Insert the APC Installation CD-ROM with the APC Shutdown Manager software into the CD-ROM drive. An icon called APC Shutdown Manager v1.0 will appear on the computer desktop. Open the folder and double-click the ReadMe file. Ensure that the computers hardware matches the requirements stated in the ReadMe file. Double-click on APC Shutdown Manager v1.0 to begin the installation of the software. At the first dialog, click on Continue. Read the displayed license agreement and click Accept to agree to the terms. Click on Install to begin. After installation, click on the Restart dialog button to restart the computer. All Other Users The software is designed for the Windows Macintosh operating systems mentioned in section. If one of these operating systems is installed on the computer, the Back-UPS will provide these primary features: and this not still
Note: Allow the Back-UPS to charge for a full eight hours prior to use. Caution: The plug on the supply cord is the disconnect device for the product. The socket-outlet that you plug into shall be located near the equipment and shall be easily accessible. The socket outlet must be a grounding type. Press the Power On/Off push-button on the BackUPS.
Power On/Off Push-button
Observe that the following events occur after pressing and releasing the push-button: The green On-Line indicator flashes. The yellow On Battery indicator lights while the Self-Test is being performed. When Self-Test has successfully completed, only the green On Line indicator will be lit. If the internal battery is not connected, (see step 1) the green On Line indicator and red Replace Battery indicator will light. The Back-UPS will also emit a series of short beeps for one minute.
Windows 98 and Windows Me Users The APC Power Management Extensions software has been designed specifically to work with Windows 98 build number 4.10.1998, Windows 98 SE (Second Edition) 4.10.2222A, and Windows Me (Millennium Edition). To ascertain the build number, go to the Control Panel, open the System dialog and view the System information under the General tab of the dialog. To install the software, perform the following steps: 1. Please skip to step 4 if running Windows Me. For Windows 98, after connecting the USB cable, the Add New Hardware Wizard dialog box is displayed. Insert a Windows 98 operating system CD into the computer CDROM drive before proceeding. 2. Follow the installation instructions on the computer screen. During installation, Windows will need to search for new drivers. When prompted, make sure the CD-ROM drive box is checked.
Battery backup, surge protection, and telephone line protection to protect the entire desktop from lightning and power surges. Runtime needed to work through brief power disturbances. This allows time to manually save data and shut down safely.
The disabled features include Unattended Automatic Operating System Shutdown and Application Data Saving.
Status Indicators and Alarms
Replace the Internal Battery
To replace the internal battery, proceed as follows: Note: Replacing the battery is a safe procedure. However, small sparks may occur during the process. This is normal.
ON LINE ON BATTERY REPLACE BATTERY OVERLOAD
Pull the battery out of the housing, exposing the battery wire and connector. Pull up on the battery connector. Recycle the old battery.
Place the unit on a flat surface. Press the battery cover latch and remove the battery cover.
On Line (green) - is lit whenever facility
power is powering the Battery Backup outlets.
On Battery (yellow) - is lit whenever the
battery of the Back-UPS is powering equipment connected to the Battery Back Up Outlets. Single Beep - a short power loss has occurred and the Back-UPS briefly goes on battery. Four Beeps Every 30 Seconds - this alarm is sounded whenever the BackUPS is running On Battery. Consider saving work in progress. Continuous Beeping - this alarm is sounded whenever a low battery condition is reached. Battery run-time is very low. Promptly save any work in progress and exit all open applications. Shutdown the operating system, computer and the Back-UPS.
Replace Battery (red) - is lit whenever the battery is near the end of its useful life, or if the battery is not connected (see above). A battery that is near the end of its useful life has insufficient runtime and should be replaced.
Beeps for 1 Minute Every 5 Hours this alarm is sounded whenever the battery has failed the automatic diagnostic test.
Overload (red) - is lit whenever power
demand has exceeded the capacity of the Back-UPS. Continuous Tone - this alarm is sounded whenever the Battery Backup outlets are overloaded. Circuit Breaker - the circuit breaker button located at the side of the Back-UPS will stick out if an overload condition forces the Back-UPS to disconnect itself from facility power. If the button sticks out, disconnect nonessential equipment. Reset the circuit breaker by pushing the button inward.
Connect the new battery to the battery connector. Place the battery into the housing.
Slide the tabs on the battery cover into the slots in the chassis. Push the battery cover downward until the battery cover latchs to the housing.
APC and Back-UPS are registered trademarks of American Power Conversion. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners.
Use the tables below to solve minor Back-UPS installation and operation problems. Consult APC On-line Technical Support or call APC Technical Support for assistance with problems that cannot be resolved using this document: Possible Cause Procedure
Order Replacement Battery
The typical battery lifetime is 3-6 years (depending on the number of discharge cycles and operating temperature). A replacement battery can be ordered over the phone from APC, or the battery can be ordered on-line from the APC web site (see below, a valid credit card is required). When ordering, please specify Battery Cartridge: 350 VA order RBC29, 500 VA order RBC30.
Back-UPS will not switch on
Back-UPS not connected to an AC power source. Check that the Back-UPS power plug is securely connected to the wall outlet.
Transfer Voltage Adjustment (optional)
In situations where the Back-UPS appears too sensitive to low facility input voltage, it may be necessary to adjust the transfer voltage. This is a simple task requiring use of the Power On/Off pushbutton. To adjust the lower transfer voltage (LTV), proceed as follows: 1. Plug the Back-UPS into the facility power source. The Back-UPS will be in a Standby Mode (no indicators lit). 2. Press the front panel pushbutton fully inward for 10 seconds. All indicators on the Back-UPS will flash to acknowledge going into Programming Mode. 3. The Back-UPS will then indicate its current Lower Transfer Voltage, as shown in the following table.
Indicators Lit Lower Transfer Voltage Use When
Back-UPS circuit breaker tripped.
Disconnect non-essential equipment from the Back-UPS. Reset the circuit breaker (located on the rear panel of the Back-UPS) by pushing the circuit breaker button fully inward until it catches. If the circuit breaker resets, switch the Back-UPS on and reconnect the equipment one-at-a-time. If the circuit breaker trips again, it is likely that one of the connected devices is causing the overload. Check the wall outlet that supplies power to the Back-UPS using a table lamp. If the lamp bulb is very dim, have the facility voltage checked by a qualified electrician.
160 Vac 180 Vac 196 Vac (factory default)
4. 5. 6. 7.
Very low or no facility voltage.
Use of 180 Vac setting does not correct the problem. Check that connected equipment will operate at 160 Vac. Back-UPS frequently goes On Battery due to low input voltage. Normal power conditions exist.
Back-UPS does not power computer/monitor/external drive during an outage
Internal battery is not connected. Computer, monitor or external disk/ CD-ROM drive is plugged into a Surge Only outlet. Check the battery connections. (refer to Replace the Internal Battery). Move computer, monitor, or external drive power cord plug to the Battery Back Up outlets.
To select 160 volts as the LTV, press the pushbutton repeatedly until 1 indicator is flashing. To select 180 volts as the LTV, press the pushbutton until 2 indicators are flashing. To select 196 volts as the LTV, press the pushbutton until 3 indicators are flashing. Once in Programming Mode, if the pushbutton is not pressed within 5 seconds, the Back-UPS will exit the Programming Mode, and all indicators will extinguish.
Before storing, charge the Back-UPS for at least eight hours. Store the Back-UPS covered and upright in a cool, dry location. During storage, recharge the battery in accordance with the following table: Storage Temperature -5 to 30oC (23 to 86oF)
Back-UPS operates on battery although normal facility voltage exists
Back-UPS circuit breaker tripped. Disconnect non-essential equipment from the Back-UPS. Reset the circuit breaker (located on the rear panel of the Back-UPS) by pushing the circuit breaker button fully inward until it catches.
Recharge Frequency Charging Duration Every 6 months Every 3 months 8 hours 8 hours
The wall outlet that the Back-UPS is Connect the Back-UPS to another wall outlet or have a qualified connected to does not supply facil- electrician check the building wiring. ity power to the unit.
Back-UPS does not provide expected backup time
Back-UPS is excessively loaded. Unplug non-essential Battery Backup connected equipment, such as printers and plug them into Surge Only outlets. Note: Devices that have motors or dimmer switches (laser printers, heaters, fans, lamps, and vacuum cleaners, for example) should not be connected to the Battery Backup outlets. Charge the battery. The battery charges whenever the Back-UPS is connected to a wall outlet. Typically, eight hours of charging time are needed to fully charge the battery from total discharge. Back-UPS run-time is reduced until the battery is fully charged. Replace battery (see Order Replacement Battery). Batteries typically last 3-6 years, shorter if subjected to frequent power outages or elevated temperatures.
Note: If the UPS requires service, do not return it to the dealer. The following steps should be taken: 1. Consult the Troubleshooting section to eliminate common problems. 2. Determine if the circuit breaker is tripped. If the circuit breaker is tripped, reset the breaker and determine if the problem still exists. 3. If the problem persists, consult the APC Worldwide Web site (www.apc.com) or call customer service. Record the model number of the UPS, the serial number, and the date purchased. Be prepared to troubleshoot the problem over the telephone with a technician. If this is not successful, the technician will issue a Return Merchandise Authorization Number (RMA#) and a shipping address. If the UPS is under warranty, repairs are free. If not, there is a repair charge. 4. Pack the UPS in its original packaging. If the original packing is not available, ask customer service about obtaining a new set. Pack the UPS properly to avoid damage in transit. Note: Never use StyrofoamTM beads for packaging. Damage sustained in transit is not covered under warranty (insuring the package for full value is recommended). 5. 6. Write the RMA# on the outside of the package. Return the UPS by insured, prepaid carrier to the address provided by customer service.
Back-UPS battery is weak due to recent outage and has not had time to recharge. Battery requires replacement.
Replace Battery indicator is lit
Battery is not connected properly. Battery requires replacement. Check the battery connections. Refer to Replace the Internal Battery. The battery should be replaced within two weeks (see "Order Replacement Battery"). Failure to replace the battery will result in reduced run-time during a power outage.
Overload indicator is lit or flashing
Battery Back Up outlets are drawing more power than the Back-UPS can provide. Move one or more equipment power plugs to the Surge Only outlets. Turn the Back-UPS off and then on to reset the Overload indicator
Replace Battery indicator is flashing
Back-UPS failure. Disconnect the Back-UPS from facility power. Call APC for service.
Wall Mount of UPS
The UPS can be mounted vertically or horizontally to a wall surface. Use the template below to position the mounting fasteners (not supplied). Wall mount the UPS as follows: 1. Hold this page against the wall in the desired mounting location. 2. Use thumbtacks or tape to hold this page in place against the wall. Use a sharp nail or pin to puncture the center of each template circle to mark the wall. 3. Install the mounting fasteners at the marked locations. Leave the head of both fasteners 8 mm (5/16") out from the face of the wall. The fasteners must be able to support 6.8 kg (15 lb). 4. Mount the UPS by positioning the key-hole slots over the mounting fastener heads. For vertical mounting, slide the UPS down into place. For horizontal mounting, turn it slightly counterclockwise until it is securly in place.
Input Voltage (on line) Frequency Limits (on line) On Battery Waveshape Maximum Load Typical Recharge Time Operating Temperature Storage Temperature Operating and Storage Relative Humidity Size (H x W x D) Weight Shipping Weight EMI Classification On Battery Run-Time 196 - 264 Vac (default setting) 47 - 63 Hz (autosensing) Stepped Sine Wave 350 VA - 225 W 500 VA - 325 W
4 Hours 0o to 40oC (32o to 104oF) -5o to 45oC (23o to 113oF) 0 to 95% non-condensing 8.1 x 11.1 x 45.3 cm (3.2 x 4.4 x 17.8 inches) 350 VA - 3.1kg (6.8 lb) 350 VA - 3.8 kg (8.3 lb) 500 VA - 3.4 kg (7.5 lb) 500 VA - 4.1 kg (9.0 lb)
EN 55022 Class B 350 VA - 11 minutes, 500 VA - 20 Minutes Desktop Computer and 15 inch (38.1 cm) monitor (110 watts)
1 Inches (x.x cm) 6.88 Inches (x.x cm)
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