Expensive, but worth it
Pros: True sine wave power output, for maximum compatibility with active PFC power supplies. Great LCD display, giving real-time usage stats. Quiet. (I had read older reviews of the power fan running 24x7, but that's definitely not the case with mine. Sounds like there was a firmware update a year or two back which fixed the fan issue...)
Cons: Pricy and bulky, but then again any models of this caliber/quality are too.
Other Thoughts: In my opinion, getting a nice UPS like this is an investment. These enterprise-grade APC units should last for 10+ years, though with some recurring maintenance costs like replacing the batteries every few years. Overall, I'm very happy with the purchase.
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True sine wave UPS output
Pros: True sine wave output ups. Very fast swich over time as it is line interactive.
Cons: Price. All sine wave output UPS models by any manufacturer are very pricy.
Other Thoughts: You get what you pay for. There is a reason most large businesses use APC for the UPS and not some off brand. Kind of like Cisco in the networking world.
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“True sine wave output ups. Very fast swich over time as it is line interactive.”— amigauser 7/28/2010
“True sine wave power output, for maximum compatibility with active PFC power supplies. Great LCD display, giving real-time ...”— TonyD 9/23/2011