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APC Back-UPS 650 - UPS - AC 120 V

US$99.01

  • Model: BX650CI-LM
  • Units in Stock: 1
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Description

APC

390 Watt
650 VA 7.2 Ah
4 output connector(s)
Latin America


APC's Back-UPS 650 provides enough battery backup power to allow you to work through short length power outages. It also safeguards your equipment against damaging surges and spikes that travel along utility lines. Specifically designed for areas with rugged power conditions, the Back-UPS 650 features Automatic Voltage Regulation AVR), which instantly adjusts high and low voltages to safe levels for your electronics, so you can work indefinitely during brownouts and overvoltages. Coupled with all the other standard features of the Back UPS series, the 650 is the perfect unit to protect your productivity from the constant threat of bad power and lost data.

Additional Information

  • Model: BX650CI-LM
  • 1 Units in Stock
  • Manufactured by: APC

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General Product Information

All products are being sold as new, unless otherwise stated. Where applicable, product condition will be described. Pre-owned items carry a 90 day warranty and come with power adaptor unless otherwise stated.

To verify condition, please email or call 876-285-0133

**GCT to be added at checkout for all products. Payable in Jamaica.

This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 24 June, 2014.

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