Tripp Lite 1400VA 940W UPS Battery Back Up Tower AVR 120V USB

Mfg.Part: OMNISMART1400PNP | CDW Part: 068297 | UNSPSC: 39121011
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Product Details
  • 1,400VA
  • 940W battery backup 6-outlets with PowerAlert software with 1 USB port
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Main Features
  • 1,400VA
  • 940W battery backup 6-outlets with PowerAlert software with 1 USB port
Line Interactive UPS protects connected equipment from blackouts, brownouts, overvoltages, surges and line noise

Tripp Lite's OmniSmart 1400 PNP UPS System provides intelligent, line-interactive battery backup for personal computers, network workstations and small servers. 1,400VA of battery backup allows you to work through short blackouts or safely shut down during longer ones. The unit has 6 outlets, diagnostic LEDs and a built-in USB port that works with PowerAlert Software to provide automatic unattended shutdown. $200,000 Ultimate Lifetime Insurance. No warranty cards required for coverage!

Key Buying Points:

1,400VA output power rating (940 watts)

Up to 75 minutes typical backup time

6 protected outlets

6 ft. cord

USB port

Line-interactive with 4 levels of automatic voltage regulation (AVR)

Complete surge protection and EMI/RFI noise filtering

$200,000 Ultimate Lifetime Insurance -- No warranty cards required for coverage!

PowerAlert Unattended Shutdown Software

5 diagnostic LEDs indicate AC Present, On Battery, voltage correction, overload & Battery Low/Replace
35 I really like the extensibility of the system and we were able to work with their support team to do some nice integrations between Intact and our Association Management System. They were also very helpful in importing our old document scans from our previous system. Being able to pull metadata from our system to tag documents is great. I only have two small issues. One is the application user interface. It doesn't seem to have been updated in some time and doesn't use windows theming. It just doesn't look as polished as any newer application. The other is some of the terminology for categorizing and storing documents. Once you get past that it is a breeze to set up and administer. January 12, 2011
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