|Brand Name||Tripp Lite|
|Item Weight||14.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||3.7 x 7.2 x 11.8 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||SMART1000LCD|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||SMART1000LCD|
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Tripp Lite SMART1000LCD 1000VA 500W UPS Back Up Smart Tower LCD AVR 120V USB Coax RJ45, 8 Outlets
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- Protects PCs, home entertainment systems and media centers by preventing data loss, viewing interruptions, lost recordings
- Automatic voltage regulation corrects brownouts without draining battery
- Rotatable LCD screen displays operating conditions and more
- Tel/DSL and coaxial line surge protection. This item is non returnable.
- Free PowerAlert software for safe unattended computer shutdown and file saves
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Power Protection and Battery Backup for Home and Office Electronics
Between severe weather, the aging electrical grid and hazards lurking inside your own walls, your equipment is under constant attack from power problems. Even a brief loss of power or a momentary surge can ruin your equipment and destroy irreplaceable data.
Some costs, such as replacing broken computers and redoing work, can be measured. Other costs, such as losing family photos and missing business opportunities, are harder to quantify. For a fraction of these costs, you can prevent damage, downtime and data loss by installing this UPS system. It conditions incoming AC power, provides enough battery backup to outlast most outages and automatically saves open files and shuts down computers gracefully during extended blackouts.
- Load Capacity: 1000 VA (500 W)
- Nominal AC Input/Output: 120 V, 60 Hz
- AC Outlets: 8 x 5-15R (4 UPS, 4 Surge-Only)
- Output Waveform (Battery Mode): PWM Sine Wave
- Input Cord: 6 ft. Cord with 5-15P Right-Angle Plug
- Data Line Protection: Tel/DSL (1 Line), Coaxial (1 Line)
- Communication: USB Port (HID-Compliant)
- User-Replaceable Battery: Yes (RBC51)
- Product Warranty: 3-Year Limited Warranty & Ultimate Lifetime Insurance
Reliable Battery Backup, Optimized Outlet Array, AVR and Illuminated LCD Screen
This UPS system will support an energy-efficient desktop computer and LCD monitor for up to 60 minutes during an outage. At half-load (250 W), this UPS will provide run-time for up to 10 minutes.
With the optimized outlet array, outlets have both battery backup and surge/noise protection, and 4 have surge/noise protection without battery backup. The 'surge-only' outlets allow you to connect additional equipment without overloading the UPS or reducing the backup runtime available during an outage. Select outlets have extra-wide spacing to accommodate bulky AC adapters without blocking adjacent outlets.
In locations with chronic voltage problems, frequent switching to battery drains reserve power and shortens battery life. This UPS system has a feature called automatic voltage regulation (AVR) that solves the problem. The UPS detects when input voltage is out of bounds and corrects it without using the battery.
All Tripp Lite UPS systems also include built-in surge protection and noise filtering to shield your equipment from destructive transient voltages and electromagnetic (EMI/RFI) line noise.
The illuminated LCD screen allows for the user to manage the UPS and shows a variety of helpful data, including input voltage, battery capacity, power status, battery status and AVR status. You can rotate the LCD to match the orientation of the UPS system for optimal viewing, and a built-in dimmer switch adjusts the brightness of the LCD backlight.
Data Line Protection, Flexible Management, 3-Year Warranty and Insurance
Data lines connected to your equipment represent an unlocked 'back door', allowing surges to enter and damage or destroy sensitive electronic components. In addition to protecting against surges on the AC power line, this UPS system protects your equipment against surges on connected phone, network and coaxial lines. The RJ45 jacks protect a phone, analog modem, DSL modem or Ethernet network line. The coaxial connectors protect a cable TV, satellite or cable modem line.
Connect your computer to the HID-compliant USB port on the UPS to use your computer's built-in power management features or Tripp Lite's free PowerAlert software. PowerAlert provides enhanced features like automatic file saves, event notification, logging, advanced device control and an SNMP agent that supports centralized management. You can always download the latest version of PowerAlert at Tripp Lite's website.
This UPS system saves energy, produces less heat, shrinks your carbon footprint and reduces annual operating costs. The batteries are user-replaceable and completely recyclable.
The SMART1000LCD comes backed by a 3-Year Warranty and Ultimate Lifetime Insurance for connected equipment. This UPS system complies with the RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) Directive, limiting the use of hazardous substances in manufacturing.
Why Choose Tripp Lite?
Founded in 1922 in Chicago, Illinois, Tripp Lite is a leading manufacturer of products to power, connect, house and protect your equipment. From the largest data center to the smallest home office, Tripp Lite products keep your equipment running effectively and efficiently. Whether you need to supply power to servers and have reliable battery backup, connect high-resolution video sources to displays and digital signs, or organize and secure IT equipment in rack enclosures, Tripp Lite has the complete solution. Plus, before and after your purchase, our Chicago-based, in-house technical support specialists are available to assist you by phone, email and live chat. With over 90 years of quality products and service, Tripp Lite is a brand you can trust.
Top Customer Reviews
As for the previous reviews, here's a couple things to consider. Like most ups, half of the outlets are surge and battery backup, the other half are just surge protection. Now the surge protection only side is great for things like speakers and printers, but if you plug your computer into the wrong side, you won't get the battery backup feature. APC actually started putting big yellow stickers on their UPS because of this.
And the power and heat. Yeah, it gets hot, when it's charging. It's warm when its fully charged.. But it doesn't continously pull 1A of power. I'm sure it does when it's charging, but my fully charged unit only pulls 5 to 20w of power or 50 to 160 Milliamps of power (.05A - .16A). Checked it myself with my power meter.
In all, this is a great unit and for 1000VA, it's a good deal.
The tech also said the unit was acting normally (!!!) by shutting off when it thinks it has a bad battery. He also said that if I was game, I could replace the internal battery with a sealed lead acid #1290 12V 9 Amp-Hour battery.
You would think that these Tripp Lite Omni series UPS's would set the battery alarm if the battery is bad, but NO! You have to manually do a self-test by pressing and holding the Test button for a few seconds, which begins the self-test. (The test button is the button with the speaker icon within the slashed circle - the alarm silence button. Why Tripp Lite didn't label it clearly with 'TEST' as well is another mystery...) Only then, if it finds that your battery is bad will it turn on the bad/replace battery icon light! When I did that, the bad battery icon lit up to indicate my battery needed replacing. Otherwise the UPS won't tell you why it is shutting off! Dumb design.
I went to Amazon, found the Power-Sonic PS-1290 12 Volt 9 Amp Hour Rechargeable SLA Battery for about $24 with free shipping.Read more ›
Download and run the PowerAlert software from tripp-lite. Under the Settings>>Schemes section change it to Business Device Management System. On the Action section, select the Set Audible Alarm task. In the Parameters below change the Value to 3. Then click Execute Command.
No more alarm and a UPS with a cool blue LCD that provides battery backup for my computer, router, cable modem, and VOIP gizmo.
In answer to one review below, a log of power events etc. is available in the Business Device of the software mode in the logs section.
According to Tripp, unit uses about 1A of power in standby mode. Since the batteries are charged most of the time, the power is coverted to heat. The case gets very warm and since I have mine in an entertainment cabinet, it just becomes a 120 watt heating element. I have several UPS units and this is the only one which gets hot. Its a poor design to waste 120 watts of power 24/7. It only takes a couple watts to trickle charge the batteries. Tripp offered to replace it but stated the new one would have the same issue. I would not have purchased this if I knew it put out 100 plus watts of heat 24/7.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It's already saved a print job for me! We had one of our semi-frequent power interrupts yesterday while my 3D printer was about half-finished with a job and the Tripp Lite kicked... Read morePublished 1 day ago by hojgard
Had my computer conected to this unit and someone plugged in a shorted cord in a different outlet in the office. The circuit breaker tripped as it should have. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Amazon Customer
Set up easily and works as it should. BUT IT STINKS to high Heaven! Smells like burning electronics.Published 24 days ago by PDXGeologist
I live in an area prone to frequent thunderstorms. I have a desktop computer, internet router, and verizon cell phone extender attached to this device. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Brian Auger
Noisy. Pretty sure it will turn out to be a good idea though...Published 2 months ago by Philip Beckett
I have 2 other Tripp-Lite UPS's at home and they have worked satisfactorily for several years. This one is to replace an APC unit that has been in service for many years supporting... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Steve Wilson