Summary: I would use this again, I just purchased 7 more units. The price point is good and the features and quality is good.
Pros: I've used about 15 of these so far, they have been working flawlessly so far. Used for remote location network rack equipment protection. Replaced cheapo APC brick style UPS's that had a high failure rate. The LCD is nice, it blanks after a few minutes so the bright light isn't on constantly.
Pros: It's been plugged in and connected at all outlets for about 3 years and I Haven't needed to replace it yet, so I'm buying another one right now. For me, that's about the best pro there is. The unit has a protective cover over the power button, to me that's worth the price of the unit right there...
Cons: Heavy, but then again, for a UPS that is not a bad thing - just means the unit is stuffed with battery.
Pros: Totally quiet when no on battery, so it's defintely home theatre worthy Out of the box with synology products Weight is reasonable. Power button has a clean plastic protector good enough for light child proofing ;o) Offers peace of mind for hooking up a nas to it. Looks decent in a home theatre r...
Cons: Not a dealbreaker by any means but the led for the power button is seriously bright :-o
Summary: Wishing I had spent the extra money for a higher output UPS, but this should have been enough for my hardware.
Pros: Easy to install, will fit on a 2 post rack, or just the front 2 posts of your 4 post rack. Easy to read display.
Cons: Unit reads 5 minutes of run time with 1 server, and 2 pieces of networking hardware connected. Once the power goes out, immediately cuts power to the server, the networking hardware, and screams loudly. Only running at 86% load.
Summary: Will be purchasing at least two more to power additional servers.
Pros: Well packed in box; simple to remove and attach rackmount adapters. Very secure mounting in rack - I currently have three reverse-mounted and they feel quite stable. LCD panel is highly informative - shows current load and estimated runtime off battery, as well as battery charge state and voltage...
Cons: None yet, though I haven't had occasion to swap the battery pack or attempt a warranty repair/replacement.
Summary: Purchased because I was tired of losing aging 3com 3300 switches every time a lightning bolt struck my campus. Obviously, the old APC wasn't cutting it. 4 3coms put a 41% load on this box and it has shrugged off several smashing thunderstorms without issue.
Pros: Easy to install, simple to run, useful lcd interface, does exactly what it claims to.
Cons: No instructions on how to install the rack ears, but just reverse the ears and move back one from the front to center install on a two post rack, no sweat.