Tripp Lite TAA Compliant AVR Int'l 750VA 230V Line-Interactive UPS System C14 Input (6) C13 Outlets USB

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TAA Compliant Internet AVR UPS (International) - Ultra-compact line-interactive UPS system
Ordering Information
  • Provides 750VA, 450watt(s), 230V power
  • Surge Suppression is Standard
  • Connector(s): Power IEC 320 EN 60320 C13 (F), Power IEC 320 EN 60320 C14 (F), Power IEC jumper
  • 6 Outlets
  • 3 minute(s) Battery Runtime at Full Load
  • Attributes include Line interactive, RJ-11 line protection
Tripp Lite's AVRX750UTAA is compliant with the Federal Trade Agreements Act (TAA) for GSA Schedule purchases. This line-interactive UPS offers complete protection for PCs, workstations and other sensitive electronics in an ultra-compact, mountable housing. It can prevent data loss and system downtime by providing battery-supported AC output during blackouts and Automatic Voltage Regulation (AVR) during brownouts and overvoltages.

Included are (6) output receptacles: (3) outlets feature full battery support and surge suppression, protecting computers, monitors and other vital system components from power loss; (3) additional outlets with surge suppression only are ideal for printers and other peripherals not requiring battery support. The single-line telephone suppression jacks (1 for input, 1 for output) protect modems, fax machines, cordless phones or other equipment with a DSL or standard dialup RJ-11 phone line connection. The built-in splitter protects two devices sharing a single line.

A USB port with an included cable and PowerAlert monitoring software enables safe unattended system shutdown in case of an extended power failure. The HID-compliant USB interface enables integration with the built-in power management and auto-shutdown features of Windows and Mac OS X. The UPS features an audible alarm and front panel LEDs that provide status information regarding line and battery power operation. Its 750VA/450 watt power-handling capability can support entry-level PCs for up to 45 minutes during a power failure.