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Oxxtron

800 VA uninterruptable power supply (UPS)

Compact, reliable, battery back-up UPS with 2 surge protected IEC power outlets

Colour
Black
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product-specifications

Specifications

General

Height of main product (in mm)
160 mm
Width of main product (in mm)
96 mm
Depth of main product (in mm)
320 mm
Total weight
5900 g

Features

Management function (USB)
no
Audible alarm
yes
Software
no

Protection

Protections
over-charge, over-load, short-circuit
Auto Voltage Regulation
yes
RFI-filter
no
Surge protected AC outlets
yes
Surge protected phone line
no

Power

Number of batteries
1
Battery composition (Alkaline, Li-ion, etc.)
Lead Acid
Battery capacity (Ah)
7 Ah
Battery voltage (V)
12 V

Input

Nominal input voltage
220-240Vac
Operating frequency range
50/60Hz
Operating voltage range
162-290Vac

Output

Output voltage range
nominal voltage +/- 10%
Frequency response UPS
50Hz +/- 1Hz
Waveform type
simulated sine wave

Extra information

Item number
17938
EAN code
8713439179385
Warranty
1 year
Package contents

UPS unit

2x IEC power cables

User guide

System requirements

Grounded wall power connection

Supported devices: PC, monitor

Downloads

Downloads

manuals

Manuals

Version 3.2 | Multilingual
User manual

Size: 1.14 MB
Type: pdf

Version 1.0 | Multilingual
User manual

Size: 1.95 MB
Type: pdf
leaflets

Standard leaflet

English
Standard leaflet

Type: pdf

English
Extended leaflet

Type: pdf

CE documents

Version 2.2 | Multilingual
CE documents

Size: 6.15 MB
Type: pdf
faq FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Usage

- Green LED: This indicates that the UPS is operating normally on utility power from your wall socket.


- Yellow LED plus sound: This indicates that your UPS isn't operating on utility power from your wall socket. Check the wall power, and cabling.


- Red LED plus sound: This indicates an error, and can have 2 reasons:


1. The equipment connected to the UPS is drawing more power than the UPS can provide. Each model of UPS is capable of handling a predetermined amount of power draw. Verify that the wattage draw from your equipment plugged into the outlets does not exceed the Watt rating.

2. The battery is near the end of its useful life. It is a warning that the battery needs to be replaced. It does not necessarily mean that the battery is dead. The typical life span of the battery is 2-4 years depending on use and environment (temperature). Before replacing the battery, however, you should let the UPS charge overnight (leave it plugged in, turned on, and with no load attached). Then test the UPS. If the UPS fails the test and the unit is still in warranty (2 years from date of purchase), contact our support for further troubleshooting. If the unit is out of warranty, a replacement battery should be ordered from your local retailer.

Solving problems

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