Why do you need battery backup power?
The electronic devices you rely on every day for communication, security, and entertainment are at risk of damage and disconnect due to unexpected blackouts, voltage fluctuations, and other power disruptions.
A UPS will provide backup power and protection for a variety of devices such as: routers, modems, VoIP telephone systems, computers, televisions, security systems and gaming consoles.
With an APC UPS, you can be sure you’ll have hours of runtime, and the peace of mind to know that you’ll never lose your connection to the outside world.
Back-UPS Connect CP12142LI
- Up to 12 hours of runtime for your compatible router, modem, and VoIP equipment
- Compact and lightweight design with keyhole sockets for wall mounting allows it to be convenient and discrete in any indoor environment
- Operates up to 85% efficiency saving you on utility cost
- Computer grade surge protection
- Lithium-ion powered UPS enabling a significantly longer lifespan than traditional valve-regulated-lead-acid battery used in UPS devices.
What is the difference between battery backup and surge protected outlets?
Surge protected outlets provide protection from excess power surges that could potentially reach and damage your devices.
Battery backup outlets also provide surge protection, however they will also provide plugged-in equipment with continued power in the event of a power outage or other power emergency.