Tripp Lite Internet Office INTERNET550U

Mfg. Part: INTERNET550U | CDW Part: 830435 | UNSPSC: 39121011
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Was $145.74
$ 95.99 Advertised Price
Product Details
  • UPS
  • External
  • 550 VA power capacity
  • 3 min battery run time (up to)
  • 300 Watt power provided
  • AC 115 V
  • 3 year warranty
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Main Features
  • UPS
  • External
  • 550 VA power capacity
  • 3 min battery run time (up to)
  • 300 Watt power provided
  • AC 115 V
  • 3 year warranty
Tripp Lite's INTERNET550U standby UPS offers complete protection for PCs, workstations and other sensitive electronics in an attractive ultra-compact, mountable housing. This product is ENERGY STAR qualified for its ability to save customers money while helping to protect the environment. Prevents data loss and system downtime by providing battery supported AC output during brownouts and blackout conditions. 8 output receptacles, two of which are widely-spaced to accommodate large transformer plugs without blocking outlets. 4 outlets with full battery support and surge suppression protect computers, monitors and other vital system components from loss of power. 4 additional outlets with surge suppression-only are ideal for printers and other accessories not requiring battery support. Single line telephone suppression jacks protect modem, fax machine, cordless phone or other peripherals with a standard dialup or DSL phone line connection. USB port with PowerAlert monitoring software (available via web download) and cabling enables safe unattended system shutdown in the case of extended power failure. HID-compliant USB interface enables integration with built-in power management and auto-shutdown features of Windows and Mac OS X. Audible alarm and front panel LEDs offer status information regarding line and battery power operation. 550VA/300 watt power handling ability supports entry-level PCs for up to 17 minutes during power failures.