Safely shut down computer systems and guard connected equipment from surges with the Back-UPS PRO BN1350M2 Battery Backup & Surge Protector from APC. The UPS is armed with a total of ten NEMA 5-15R outlets, with six providing surge and backup power and four designed for surge protection only. In the event of a power outage, the UPS comes equipped with an internal battery that delivers up to 810W of power. The battery-powered outlets provide up to 2.6 minutes of use at full load and up to 10.4 minutes at half power. For electrical spikes, the UPS has a 1080J surge energy rating. Other notable connections include coax and Ethernet ports for safeguarding video and network signals. There is also one USB Type-A port and one USB Type-C port that provide a total of 15W of power. Included along with the backup UPS is a USB cable, a coaxial cable, a USB power adapter, and a downloadable PowerChute software program to monitor energy usage and prevent data corruption by automatically saving files and shutting down a computer system.
What's the difference between APC's BN1350M2, BN1350VA and BR1350M2, please?
Asked by: Alan
Thank you for your interest in our products. The BN1350M2 is the same model as the BN1350VA. The BN1350VA is just the family name for the BN1350M2. The BR1350MS is different from the BN1350M2 because the BR1350MS produces a pure sine wave both on and off battery. The BN1350M2 would have a pure sine wave while the UPS is online but when the UPS goes to battery it would be a step approximated sine wave. The BN1350M2 should work with most equipment but some equipment requires the pure sine wave both on and off battery like the BR1350MS produces.