APC Smart-UPS Battery Pack (192V)

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APC Smart-UPS Battery Pack (192V)
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APC SURT192RMXLBP3U Overview

Performance power protection with scalable runtime for space-constrained server rooms, and voice and data networks.

UPC: 731304259336

APC SURT192RMXLBP3U Specs

Technical Information
Battery CharacteristicsSpill-proof/Maintenance-free
Battery ChemistrySealed Lead Acid
Minimum Battery Life3 Year
Maximum Battery Life5 Year
Capacity1920 VAh
Output Voltage192 V DC
Physical Characteristics
Form FactorRack-mountable
Rack Height3U
Height5.1"
Width17"
Depth26"
Weight200.42 lb
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What APC network card is compatible with this UPS?
Asked by: Stacey W.
The network card compatible with the UPS is the AP9630 which can be purchased at https://<a href= http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/672630-REG target= _blank >www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/672630-REG</a>
Answered by: James B.
Date published: 2018-08-28

Does this UPS have Automated Voltage Regulator?

Does this UPS have Automated Voltage Regulator?
Asked by: Anonymous
Thank you for your inquiry. Yes the SMT1500RM2U would have Automated Voltage Regulation.
Answered by: APCProductSupport
Date published: 2019-02-28

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our UPs is Battery want get charging and it is give continuously give alarm and Battery sing is on ?
Asked by: Rohan D.
If you are experiencing an issue with your UPS, please contact APC directly for technical support.APCTel: 800-555-2725 or 877-800-4272
Answered by: Geoffrey N.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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single or 3 phase?
Asked by: Anonymous
The APC Smart-UPS RT 5000VA RM is a single phase battery backup.
Answered by: James B.
Date published: 2018-08-27

at full charge, how long does the UPS produce ...

at full charge, how long does the UPS produce power for you? I am considering using this for sensitive computer equipment that runs anywhere from 600-900W. If I lose power to the room this equipment is in, how long can I expect the UPS to produce power for my computer equipment? Thanks!
Asked by: David
Thank you for your inquiry. Assuming the computer would draw 900W of power you would get around 7.7 minutes of runtime. If it draws less then it will get more runtime on the computer.
Answered by: APCProductSupport
Date published: 2019-03-01

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Can I use the APC Smart-UPS 3000VA with LCD (120V) or any similar units for A/V equipment (ie: TV, DVD Player, Cable Box, Surround Sound System, etc. & if so, how long will it last?
Asked by: Edward M.
Yes, the UPS can be used for backup power for your listed items. How long it will last depends upon the number and wattage of the items you attach to the unit as well as their power state when the power failure occurs. Our use of this unit is in a wiring closet where it supports: routers, managed switch, private telephone switch, Coaxial Amplifier, Computer and DVD equipment.
Answered by: David V.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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I need to provide power to the school pa system during any outage. What do you suggest for the proper size UPS?
Asked by: douglas C.
UPS size is determined by the amount of load to be carried by the UPS. Before you can identify the UPS size you MUST determine the PA system load. The easiest way to do this is to add up all the electrical component loads in the PA system. The electrical loads can be determined by identifying ALL the PA components used in the PA system then, identifying the component's nameplate rating (i.e., load) for each component. Electrical engineers would call this process a PA system load study. The component's nameplate rating is usually identified on the component or by checking the manual that came with the component or with the manufacturer. If this is not possible and the component's nameplate rating (i.e., load) cannot be identified, you could estimate the component's load by going online and finding a similar component's load rating. Once you have ALL the component load values identified, add up all of the loads, then add 15% (OR additional if future expansion is possible), The resultant total load would be your UPS size. Hope this helps!
Answered by: George H.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Is there a external battery pack that can be added to this unit for longer back up ?
Asked by: Kenny D.
No, if you want extra battery packs for more run time you need to buy something like Smart-UPS X 750VA
Answered by: Alex D.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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