Question need suggestion for chosing UPS

lastwood79

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i planning to get a UPS , not expensive one i just need it would sufficiently enough to cover and protect all my stuff from blackout and surge
the component :
-My PC
specs:
i5 4460 haswell refresh
h97m e35 ddr3
2x4gb ddr 3
GTX 960 palit superjetream 2GB
1x128gb ssd
1x 7200 rpm 1tb
1x 5400 rpm 500gb
PSU 550W Coolermaster Masterwatt 80+ bronze
6x 12x12cm computer fans
1x keyboard
1x mouse

-LED monitor 19.5 inch LG 20M37
spec from official site :
100~240V
Consumption Normal On (Typ.) : 20W
Normal On(EPA) :16W
Consumption Power Save/Sleep : Mode(Max) :0.3W
DC Off (Max) :0.3W

- A pair Monitor Speaker Yamaha HS-5
(90W for a pair , 45W each)

does 1200VA UPS adequately enough to cover all of my stuff which i mentioned above?
what maximum watt/ load for 1200VA UPS?

thanks in advance
 

kanewolf

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i planning to get a UPS , not expensive one i just need it would sufficiently enough to cover and protect all my stuff from blackout and surge
the component :
-My PC
specs:
i5 4460 haswell refresh
h97m e35 ddr3
2x4gb ddr 3
GTX 960 palit superjetream 2GB
1x128gb ssd
1x 7200 rpm 1tb
1x 5400 rpm 500gb
PSU 550W Coolermaster Masterwatt 80+ bronze
6x 12x12cm computer fans
1x keyboard
1x mouse

-LED monitor 19.5 inch LG 20M37
spec from official site :
100~240V
Consumption Normal On (Typ.) : 20W
Normal On(EPA) :16W
Consumption Power Save/Sleep : Mode(Max) :0.3W
DC Off (Max) :0.3W

- A pair Monitor Speaker Yamaha HS-5
(90W for a pair , 45W each)

does 1200VA UPS adequately enough to cover all of my stuff which i mentioned above?
what maximum watt/ load for 1200VA UPS?

thanks in advance
A 1200VA "home" quality UPS is typically rated at 600VA max. Commercial UPS have higher ratings. The manufacturer of the unit you are thinking of buying should have a page which lists the runtime and wattage supported.
 

lastwood79

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A 1200VA "home" quality UPS is typically rated at 600VA max. Commercial UPS have higher ratings. The manufacturer of the unit you are thinking of buying should have a page which lists the runtime and wattage supported.
i planning to buy local made UPS which doesnt seems overprice in here , and also its well known in my country
here the specs:
Description​
:​
UPS CE1200​
Capacity​
:​
1200 VA / 600 W​
AC Voltage​
:​
160 – 250 V​
AC Current​
:​
2.9 A​
AC Frequency​
:​
50 ± 3 Hz​
AC Protection Fuse​
:​
5 A​
DC INT Battery​
:​
2 x 12 V, 7 Ah​
INV Waveform​
:​
SYNTHESIZED SINEWAVE​
INV Voltage​
:​
220 ± 5% V​
INV Frequency​
:​
50 Hz​
INV Efficiency​
:​
>80 %​
CHG Type​
:​
CONSTANT VOLTAGE​
CHG Voltage​
:​
27.2 V​
CHG Current​
:​
1.5 A​
Transfer Time​
:​
<4 ms​
Back Up Time​
:​
10 min​
Indicator​
:​
LED & BUZZER​
Opera Temp​
:​
0 – 40 °C​
Dimension(DxWxH)​
:​
390 x 145 x 195 mm​
Weight​
:​
15.2 Kg​

is it sufficient enough for my stuff which i mentioned above? i really dont understand about watt , voltage or VA
 

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