by January 4, 1999 0 comments

The Albit 500 C is one of the few UPSs in this list to
have its battery float voltage within acceptable limits. The Albit put up a reasonable
performance in the lab-tested parameters, but fared poorly on price, warranty and
compactness. Unlike the Datex and the Nissan, which also fared poorly on these points, the
Albit could not make up on the electrical tests, leading to the low ranking. The Albit,
like most of the others, has a simple front panel with a single switch and two LED
indicators. On the back panel there are three outlets and terminals for external batteries
for increasing the backup time.

500 C

A heavy 500 VA model, with rather low
efficiency. The Albit has three outlets, and optional external batteries can increase the
backup time. Rs 9,900. RQS B/B<: 6 (of 17 tested)>B/B<: 70% at 260 W>B/B<: 6.8 ms>B/B#: 8 minutes

The switchover time at 6.8 milliseconds is reasonably
fast, and it was able to start the second 250 VA load, supplying a minimum of 209 V. It
survived the short-circuit test, tripped and was restored by a power off-on cycle.

The Albit however showed a low efficiency of 70 percent at
260 watts.

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