The new APC Back-UPS Pro models provide premium battery backup and surge protection. Ideal for home or small office electronics, networking devices, gaming PCs and consoles. APC Back-UPS Pro models provide sinewave output, USB charging ports for your mobile devices, and increased runtime for your critical electronics.
Every connected SmartHome needs a UPS to help keep your wifi on and available, so that your SmartHome stays, well - smart!
Give yourself the time to save documents and gracefully shut down your computer without the harsh impact on your electronics of sudden power loss
A sinewave UPS is ideal for high-end gaming PC's, Xbox and PS4 Consoles, and connected hard-drives. Keep streaming and gaming when the lights go out
If the power goes out, stay connected to the internet and keep wifi-connected smarthome devices working by connecting your modem/wifi router to a UPS
Don't lose your DVR recordings when the power flickers. A connected cable/satelite box will continue recording, even when the house is dark
Q: Can you adjust the alarm settings?
A: Yes, in the PowerChute software, UPSs that are connected to computers via the supplied USB cable can have their sensitivity settings adjusted, as well as specify what hours you want to disable the alarm, if desired.
Q: Is the PowerChute software required for this UPS? Will load-time and other data be visible on LCD without this software?
A: The BR1000MS Back-UPS Pro can be used out of the box (once the battery is connected), and the LCD screen will display the full array of information offered. The PowerChute software provides additional data and settings for your UPS.
Q: How do you turn off the alarm?
A: The Back-UPS Pro model provides a button on the front that can mute any audible alarm caused by an event.
Q: How long will this UPS power my system when the power goes out?
A: Runtimes of any UPS will vary based on the amount of power required by your connected devices. The LCD screen on a Back-UPS Pro model will display the estimated runtime based on the current power load of products plugged into the UPS.