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APC Smart UPS

The APC Smart-UPS 3000, also known as the SUA3000, is a line interactive uninterruptible power supply (UPS) designed to protect your critical electronics from power disturbances like outages, surges, and sags. Overall, the APC Smart-UPS 3000 is a versatile UPS solution for homes, small offices, and businesses that require protection for critical electronics. Its line interactive technology, battery backup capabilities, and additional features make it a reliable choice for ensuring power continuity and safeguarding your equipment.

Here's a breakdown of its key features:

  • Output Power: The SUA3000 offers various models with output power ranging from 2.7 kW to 3.0 kVA, providing backup power for your equipment during a power outage. The specific model you choose will determine the wattage of electronics it can support.
  • Line Interactive Technology: This technology offers better voltage regulation compared to standard surge protectors. It can correct minor voltage fluctuations without switching to battery power, extending battery life.
  • Battery Backup: During a power outage, the UPS provides temporary battery power to your connected devices, allowing you to save your work and safely shut down equipment. Battery runtime will vary depending on the load placed on the UPS.
  • LCD Display: Some models feature an LCD display that provides real-time information on battery levels, input voltage, output voltage, and other UPS functions.
  • Network Management Card: Allows for remote monitoring and management of the UPS through a network connection (additional purchase required).
  • Automatic Voltage Regulation (AVR): Continuously adjusts the output voltage to a safe level, protecting your devices from damaging voltage fluctuations.
  • Cold Start Capability: Provides temporary battery power even if the utility power is not present, allowing you to power on critical equipment during a complete power outage.
  • Outlet Configuration: The UPS offers multiple outlets, typically a mix of standard outlets and battery-backed outlets. Battery-backed outlets ensure continuous power during outages, while standard outlets provide surge protection.