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I bought this pair of batteries to refurbish an APC RBC123 battery pack which was swollen and held no charge. To install them, I had to peel the large red and green stickers off each side of the original battery pack, revealing the plastic centre part, unhook the connections to remove the original batteries, then reassemble the pack with the new batteries in place. After installing the refurbished pack into the UPS, I left it to charge to 100%, then tested it with my server. It now performs perfectly, giving over an hour of estimated runtime while powering my server, PoE switch and three CCTV cameras. The best part is that refurbishing the original battery pack like this has cost less than half the price of a replacement APC-branded battery pack.
AT - Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom -
Bonjour, Satisfait de vos batteries mais ne donnerai 5 étoiles à condition que vos batteries tiennent 5 ans comme toute batterie au plomb de bonne qualité. Bien cordialement firstname.lastname@example.org
LG - Villejuif, France -
Great Battery at a good price. Arrived on time and well packaged.
SH - Chichester, United Kingdom -
Uncommon battery available from stock. Delivered on time.
MW - Aberdeen, United Kingdom -
What is a UPS Battery?
The UPS is effectively a bank of 12V batteries that through the use of an inverter are converted to a 240V power source. Your computer equipment is connected to the mains through the battery bank, which is constantly kept at peak charge through the mains source. Should the mains power fail, the battery bank becomes the power supply. The ideal scenario would be for the battery power to last until the mains power is returned, but should the battery power deplete before this time, most UPS systems will safely shut down the computer equipment without any data loss.
Another benefit of connecting your delicate computer equipment through a UPS is that in most systems any power surges or power spikes are smoothed to the point that they never reach your computer systems.
You may simply have a tiny UPS that supports your desktop personal computer, or you may have a huge data centre that has banks and banks of UPS circuits. Either way, we can supply batteries for your UPS system.