A: UPS stands for ‘uninterruptible power supply’ and is a device that can provide emergency power to other devices such as modems or routers when required.
A: There are a few reasons you may want to invest in a UPS - but generally it is to provide power during power outages / load shedding, as well as protect against voltage dips and power anomalies.
A: For an average router or modem, you can expect between 6-8 hours uptime – although this figure can vary according to the power requirements of the device connected to the DC ports.
A: The UPS100-Plus has a total capacity of 14400mAh, consisting of 8 x 1800mAh Lithium Iron Phosphate batteries.
A: The UPS100-Plus offers a 100w maximum output power and supplies four different voltages (5V, 9V, 12V and 19V) to meet your requirements.