Do you have an extra sealed lead acid battery sitting around. Make your uninterruptible power supply (UPS) last longer.
How much electronics would you like to keep running in the event of a power failure? Ideally everything but things like: Computers, phones, modems, routers etc. are vital if you have a home business.
- These cables have any eyelet with a 5/16 diameter hole to connect to almost any battery connector. The other ends to connects to almost any battery connector used in small Uninterruptible Power supplies (so cable plugs right into the female connector on the battery cables in your UPS)
- positive cable has an inline fuse socket AT0/ATC (no worries about shorting the battery)
Now you can replace an automotive battery before it leaves you stranded and put it to good use on your uninterruptible power supply (UPS). Even if you battery only has 30% capacity that will provide a lot more backup power than the 1 to 3 pounds batteries found in most UPS systems.
Perhaps you already have a large spare battery. For example if you replaced a sealed automotive battery as a precaution but it still has some life left. Or you are about to replace the small battery in your UPS but you would rather replace it with a larger battery to get more backup time.
Connection is easy the unplug and remove the original battery and plug our wires into the connectors that were on the battery.
In the event of power loss the UPS will run just like designed but it will now run longer than designed. You may need to add ventilation holes or even a fan or just lower the load on the ups. After you connect the larger battery test by disconnecting the AC to your UPS and make sure nothing overheats. Test to make sure the additional running time causes no problems. If it does reduce the load on the UPS, improve the ventilation, setup your computers so the automatically shut down in the event of power failure or get a bigger UPS.
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