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APC SMX2200RMLV2U X 2200VA Rack/Tower LCD 100-127V Smart-UPS
|Price:||$1,121.99 & FREE Shipping. Details|
- Output Power Capacity 1980 Watts / 2200 VA Max Configurable Power 1980 Watts / 2200 VA Nominal Output Voltage 120V Efficiency at Full Load 98% Output Voltage Distortion Less than 5% at full load
- Output Frequency (sync to mains) 47 - 53 Hz for 50 Hz nominal,57 - 63 Hz for 60 Hz nominal Waveform Type Sine wave
- Battery Type Maintenance-free sealed Lead-Acid battery with suspended electrolyte : leak proof
- Cord Length 2.44 meters Transfer Time 2-4 ms
- This item is non-returnable.
|Special Shipping Information: This product may not be available for 1 or 2 day shipping due to federal regulations that require it to ship via ground ship methods only. This product can only be shipped within the 48 contiguous states.
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- Brand Name: APC
- Model Number: SMX2200RMLV2U
- Item Height: 9 inches
- Item Length: 34 inches
- Item Width: 23.7 inches
Top Customer Reviews
Did some research and settled on this APC UPS. The UPS has worked flawlessly. Keeping all my expensive servers online during the brown outs and saving a ton of time from the RAID verify/rebuilds that I was suffering from.
This unit comes out of the box setup as a rack mountable UPS, but the conversion to stand-up tower mode is very easy to do. Just be aware that this thing is REAL heavy and requires you to flip it around a bit to do the conversion. I ended up with a couple of bruises from resting the unit on my legs. No special power outlets are required. This unit uses the normal household plugs.
I have a constant 300-400 watt power requirement with my main PC on; 1200 watt power supply, 4 hard disks, ATI 5800 series graphics card. If I turn on my other two servers I have a 800 watt drain with all 3 computers on. UPS reports 40 minutes of stand-by power if I just use my main PC. It reports 22 minutes of standy-by power if I have all 3 computers running. The front panel LCD display reports a lot of information including current watt usage, stand-by power time, etc...
UPDATE: 2014-10-25: 4 years running now with no troubles from this beast. Gotta love it when you spend this kind of money on something and it sits quietly doing its job with no attention required other than the initial setup.
The manual is laughable. I got more documentation when I purchased a twenty nine dollar toaster. Online " user forums"
and "knowledge bases " are not so helpful.
Case in point: It was having a great deal of difficulty with a condition it diagnosed as "distorted power". An explanation of what
it considers as distorted is non existent and the help logic is circular. If you look at the manual either that came with it or the pdf
it says to check the knowledge base and the knowledge base says to check the manual. Would be funny if it was not happening to me.
I emailed support and got a passive aggressive reply from someone that did not seem to know anything about the unit. The output voltage tracks the input voltage. i.e. if input is 123.5 V the output is 123.5 V. There is a place in the software to select output. When I asked how to select fixed output voltage the reply was "send us a screenshot so we can understand your issue"
I finally found a support number to call and the answer seems to be 1. Set the units sensitivity to the very lowest. ( to cure distorted power ) 2. Voltage is not selectable but "floats" within tolerance ( to set a fixed output ) 3. There are two settings for input power quality on two widely separated menus on the UPC itself. 4. Seems the Powerchute software controls some but not all functions on the unit. ( as cure for distorted input) But I was not able to get a clear answer as to what menus controls what and how these menus / controls interact and what it means for output quality.Read more ›
The only thing I wish they'd do is include the network card on this unit for the price ($250 is a bit pricey just for network connectivity, but it's a must for us).
Big improvement in this model: no longer has screws to anchor the battery in the case. Everything is toolless now (minus install). Also, the display shows all kinds of good information: watt draw, amp draw, % usage, runtime, etc.
Hopefully it stands the test of time!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Unit worked for about 10 minutes then the display died.
APC sent me a new unit quickly
So far it's been very nice. I can't find the way to set the display, it just keeps going thru it's list of info to display. No I didn't read the manual.Published 6 months ago by Stickman
A UPS at this cost with no online-netwwork alert system is wastage of money. I do not see any value of this except the brand name.Published 15 months ago by Prabhat Kumar