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Brand

Model

Float Voltage V (DC)

Cut-off Voltage (V)
Wider range is better

Output Voltage (V)
Smaller range is better

Cold
Start

Droop Voltage
V (DC)

Backup time
(Minutes)

Lower Upper Min Max
UPSs
that sustained 80 percent or more of their rated load
Lite-Power 1000 VA 2.23 141 281 210 251 No 256 14.0
AMI AMI 1000 AP 2.28 174 285 198 252 Yes 210 4.5
Su-Kam SS-1000 2.17 170 276 199 241 No 236 8.5
APC Back UPS Pro 2.25 176 285 196 263 Yes 217 12.7
Altech Altech 1000 2.20 152 277 199 258 Yes 194 7.8
Elnova X1000 2.28 158 280 178 253 Yes 209 1.5
TVS Lite 1000 2.25 167 285 189 258 Yes 215 4.2
Aeon Aeon-ECO 2.16 137 271 197 243 Yes 219 3.2
Samtek Regular 2.19 146 278 179 255 Yes 222 7.0
Datex FA 100 IBH 2.14 136 276 210 253 Yes 227 13.0
Power
Server
NG Pro 2.27 172 285 196 249 Yes 222 4.0
HITA Winmate 1000 2.30 163 285 186 250 No 238 1.5
UPSs
that couldn’t sustain 80 percent load
Deltron Intelligent 2.28 153 285 219 253 Yes Below
200
Microtek Max Power 2.17 134 281 201 247 No Below
200
Accu-Power SS-Series 2.19 171 275 198 241 Yes 222*
Astro 1000 VA 2.15 139 285 201 249 Yes Below
200
Power-in SVA 1000 2.16 149 279 201 242 Yes Below
200
Vintron VIN 1000 (4B) 2.15 136 274 203 238 Yes Below
200
*Test
done at 80 percent of the maximum load it sustained.
Cut-off voltage Mains voltage at whch a UPS switches
over to battery
Output voltage Mains voltage at which a UPS switches
over to battery
Cold start Is the UPS able to cold start the load?
Droop voltage Minimum rectified output (220 V DC) the
UPS gave during switchover

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