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850VA Eaton 5E UPS 5E850IUSB $99.20 ($96.72 eBay Plus) Delivered @ Futu via eBay

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Currently using on my DS1821+, working well.

Specs: http://powerquality.eaton.com/5E850iUSB-AU.aspx?cx=22

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Comments

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    Out of curiosity, what do you use this USB UPS for?

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      It probably either connects to a PC over USB to perform safe shutdown, or it has USB output for device charging. About to look up specs.

      edit: looks like it's for PC communication. Discovered they don't post to regional Vic. Bugger.

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      Comes with software that you install so the UPS can safety shutdown your computer.

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      USB is just to communicate when there is mains power outage. It sends the signal to the PC or NAS etc to initiate safe shutdown.

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    Is the battery replaceable? Can't find the info on spec

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      Yep, these have user replaceable battery but strange this 850 don't list in their spec but in descriptions.

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    2 of these over a single 1500VA model ? https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/334009873800?hash=item4dc48a3588...

    Basically thinking one for the PC - safe shutdown, and one to keep the broadband and wifi running in a power outage?

    • +1 vote

      aren't the main NBN 'boxes/hubs' outside on the street also powered by mains? they certainly don't have their own generators and aren't big enough to have a large battery reserve if they have their own UPS. point being - if there is an area wide power outage the area's NBN may also be down so having your router and NBN endpoint on UPS might do nothing (and it'd only be a hour or two's worth of power at most with an 850VA UPS).

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        Vulnerable to power failure is yet another feature of our nbn network implementation.

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          oh yeah.. a ridiculous step backwards.

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        aren't the main NBN 'boxes/hubs' outside on the street also powered by mains

        Depends on the connection technology.

        FTTC (which is what I have) is powered by the NBN modem in any connected houses, which is in turn powered those customer/s power points.

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        Unless your NBN router has a 4G backup. You'd still get some connectivity if you had a UPS.

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        Mine is wireless nbn and I also have ADSL (load balanced). I believe both should function if the modem is powered on.

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        FTTP works during a blackout and I have a UPS for just this purpose.

        Everything else doesn't.

        https://www.nbnco.com.au/learn/what-happens-in-a-power-black...

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    I got put off these Eaton 5Es when I tested the 650VA model with an incandescent light bulb and it flickered. Pretty rough output, haven't seen that on any other modified sine wave UPS I've tried.

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    Is there a USB port or not? The linkes Specs page shows back of the unit without USB …

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      Looks like it is on the front