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Tripp Lite 900VA UPS Desktop Battery Back Up, 12 Outlet, 480W 120V Standby, Ultra-Compact, USB (INTERNET900U)
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- Protects PCs, peripherals, workstations, point-of-sale systems and more
- Prevents damage, data loss and performance problems due to power problems
- 12 outlets (6 UPS-supported, 6 surge only) plus single-line tel/DSL surge protection
- Free PowerAlert software for safe unattended computer shutdown and file saves
- 3-year product warranty and $100,000 connected equipment insurance
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Power Protection and Battery Backup for Your Desktop
Power problems—including blackouts, brownouts, power surges and line noise—threaten your investment! They can damage or destroy PCs and other expensive equipment, wipe out valuable data and files, and degrade component performance. Get protected against these all-too-common power threats with Tripp Lite's INTERNET900U UPS System. It provides reliable battery backup that can keep a basic desktop PC operational for up to 45 minutes during blackouts. Surge suppression and EMI/RFI line noise filtering prevent hardware damage and performance problems.
- 900VA ultra-compact 120V standby UPS
- Maintains AC output during power failures
- 6 UPS battery supported outlets, 6 surge-only outlets
- USB communication plus free PowerAlert software to manage UPS
- NEMA 5-15P right-angle input plug and 12 NEMA 5-15R outlets
- TEL/DSL protection, Wall mountable, 99% efficient
- ENERGY STAR qualified
- 3-Year Warranty & $100,000 Ultimate Lifetime Insurance
Reliable Battery Backup, Highly Efficient and Robust Power Protection
The INTERNET900U features a split-outlet design with 12 total AC outlets: six to provide battery backup support and surge protection for computers, monitors and other critical components; six to provide surge protection only for peripherals such as speakers that do not need battery backup.
UPS battery backup support enables you to work through short power failures, and provides time to save files and perform an orderly system shutdown in case of a prolonged blackout. The INTERNET900U features an internal battery that provides 2.5 min. of battery support for a full load (480 watts), 10 min. for a half-load (240 watts) or 45 min. for a basic desktop PC. During normal operation, incoming utility power keeps the UPS battery fully charged so that backup power will always be available when needed.
99% efficiency saves energy, lowering your electric bill and reducing your carbon footprint. High-efficiency models also consume fewer resources during manufacture and distribution than previous models.
A sudden power surge or spike can damage or destroy electronic components and wipe out irreplaceable data. The INTERNET900U features built-in surge suppression to protect all connected components and the data they contain. Additionally, various electromagnetic and radio sources can cause disruptive interference on the AC line. This line noise is a common cause of incremental hardware damage, data corruption and audio/video performance problems. The INTERNET900U incorporates technology that filters out disruptive line noise, preventing it from affecting your equipment.
USB Communication, PowerAlert Software and Dataline Protection
The INTERNET900U features USB communication with Tripp Lite's free PowerAlert software (available from Tripp Lite as a Web download) to enable safe unattended system shutdown and file saves in the event of a prolonged power failure. USB communication also enables integration with built-in power management and auto shutdown features of Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.
In addition to its 12 AC outlets (six battery-supported, six surge-only), the INTERNET900U includes one set of tel/DSL (RJ11) jacks to protect a standard telephone, fax, dialup modem or DSL connection. A built-in splitter protects two devices sharing a single line.
The INTERNET900U features a space-saving, ultra-compact housing that fits on a desktop, a shelf or almost anywhere. Its 6-ft. power cord features a right-angle plug that allows furniture to be placed flush against the wall. The INTERNET900U’s housing is equipped with integrated keyhole mounting slots for secure wall-mount installation.
3-Year Warranty, $100,000 Ultimate Lifetime Insurance and Why Choose Tripp Lite?
The INTERNET900U comes with $100,000 Ultimate Lifetime Insurance coverage for connected equipment (USA/Canada only) and a 3-year product warranty. The INTERNET900U is manufactured in compliance with strict RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) guidelines to minimize the use of hazardous materials, and its internal battery is 100% recyclable.
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
The only small caveat I've noticed is that turning the power on or off causes the device to beep loudly. There may be a way to turn this off, but I've not found one, and it can be a bit of a pain when I'm trying to turn it off late at night! Of course, you really only need to turn it off if you're the type to unplug your computer at night (like me), so it may not be an issue for you.
UPDATE: I've learned after a bit of playing that YOU CAN TURN OFF THE ANNOYING BEEPING NOISE! Use the included strange USB thing to hook it up to your computer, then use the free PowerAlert software from Tripp Lite's website. Switch the software into Business mode, then go over to the Action section. In the list of actions is "Set Audible Alarm". Set the value to 1 (even if it's already 1, overwrite it), then execute the command. After a second or two, the program will unfreeze, and it will be completely silent when it loses power from then on!
They work as advertised and are usually slightly cheaper than APC. The device contains four ports with backup power and four with just a surge protector.
This is a nice feature and makes for a more flexible device. In a work environment though, it has caused issues. On more than one occasion, I have had people plug things like space heaters into the UPS side and blow the whole unit (not this model). One would hope that most people would know better.
I had had my computer, monitor, and scanner plugged into a Tripp-Lite Internet350U UPS for over a year. I live in the country, and we have frequent power failures. When the power went off, the UPS battery immediately kicked in without a glitch. If the power came back on within a couple of minutes, it would return to the utility power and I would lose no work time. If the power stayed off, I had plenty of time to shut everything down without losing my work. The only complaint I would have is that the Tripp-Lite software was not the best, as it would not always recognize the UPS unit on boot up. A reboot would solve the problem, and the software is not really necessary anyway. The UPS will work fine without it.
Then, one night we had a thunderstorm around 2am. The computer, monitor, and scanner were plugged into the UPS as usual, but nothing was turned on. I know that the power must have gone off and come back on during the night because the clock on the kitchen range was blinking in the morning. When I went to turn the computer on, it was dead. Then I noticed that the UPS had apparently switched itself off because its lights were off. So, I switched it back on. I then tried to start the computer again, but it was still completely dead, no lights or fan. To make a long story short, what turned out to be the problem was a fried motherboard standby circuit. Since the computer was turned off but plugged into the Tripp-Lite UPS during an electrical storm, the obvious conclusion is that the UPS passed a surge through the computer's power supply to the ATX standby circuit.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Just purchased this to replace an existing "Tripp Lite Internet Office 750U". First problem is that this new model (same model number and name) uses a different mounting... Read morePublished 1 day ago by James S.
Garbage! I was sent 1 it was defective. Returned and was replaced by another....Defective!Published 7 days ago by David H.
It works. We use this to keep a Comcast box running in our clubhouse during short power outages that we have from time to time in Florida. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Bill
Unit beeped at interval after first plugged in. Called Help Desk. I thought I'd remember the instructions but I forgot. Was too busy. Read morePublished 15 days ago by iSpendMoney33713
Have same product at office. Saved camera equipment as result of a stormPublished 19 days ago by Linda K. Marshall
Our power company periodically does a 1-second outage which forces hundreds of customers to replace fried components that are not designed to withstand inconsistent electrical... Read morePublished 20 days ago by Ty Narada
I have had several power outages where I use this unit and it has performed perfectly and immediately by kicking in and keeping my computer and monitor working just as described. Read morePublished 21 days ago by johanan9