One device is all you need to keep your internet connected when the power goes out
We really can stress enough how much your life will change once you get yourself a UPS backup power supply like the APC Back-UPS Pro 1000VA UPS Battery Backup & Surge Protector. Power outages are aggravating enough without having to worry about tethering everything to your smartphone for internet and burning through your remaining charge in 20 minutes. There’s a better way, and it’s called a UPS. Plug your modem and your wireless router into the UPS and plug the UPS into the wall, just like you would with a power strip. The difference, of course, is that this UPS has its own built-in battery that’ll keep your internet alive for hours whenever you lose power in your home.
Here’s what you need to know from the product page:
- 1000VA / 600W Battery Backup Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
- 8 Total Outlets: 4 Outlets provide UPS Battery Power Backup and Surge Protection; 4 Outlets offer Surge Protection Only
- Automatic Voltage Regulation (AVR) maintains safe voltage conditions without using backup battery power
- When the power goes out, an APC battery backup with surge protection provides guaranteed power for computers, external hard-drives and other electronics, including your wireless router so you can maintain a network connection for your IoT devices when you need it most!
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