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TRPECO850LCD

Tripp Lite ECO850LCD 850 VA Desktop UPS

850 VA/425 WDesktop 0.05 Hour, 0.22 Hour Full Load, Half Load - 6 x NEMA 5-15R - Battery Backup System, 6 x NEMA 5-15R - Surge-protected

Reg. Price $157.99

Our Price $114.82 Each

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Complete protection against blackouts, brownouts and power surges
Supports entry-level PC systems for up to 45 minutes during blackouts
Interactive LCD screen displays operating conditions and lets you change settings
Six battery-supported outlets; six surge-only outlets, four of which can be configured to power off
Tel/DSL protection; one USB port (cable included) works with free PowerAlert software
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SKU
TRPECO850LCD
Manufacturer
Tripp Lite
Manufacturer Part Number
ECO850LCD
Brand Name
Tripp Lite
Product Model
ECO850LCD
Product Type
Standby UPS
Product Series
ECO
Limited Warranty
3 Year
Form Factor
Desktop
Weight (Approximate)
9.50 lb
USB
Yes
Green Compliance Certificate/Authority
RoHS
Green Compliant
Yes
Recycled
No
Input Current
10 A
Input Voltage
110 V AC
Output Voltage
120 V AC
Plug/Connector Type
NEMA 5-15P
Receptacles
6 x NEMA 5-15R

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Tripp Lite ECO850LCD 850 VA Desktop UPS
 
4.7

(based on 36 reviews)

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    (27)

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    (8)

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100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Follow-up review . . . as promised

It's been nearly a year & yesterday is the first power failure we've had while I was actually using my computer. I continued to do whatever it was that I was doing on the...Read complete review

It's been nearly a year & yesterday is the first power failure we've had while I was actually using my computer. I continued to do whatever it was that I was doing on the system for about 5 minutes or so. Then I shut the system down. Actually, I hibernated it. No problem. And . . . IT DIDN'T BEEP!!!!!!

Since I wrote my original review, I've purchased a second one of these things to protect my A/V stuff (TV, receiver, DVD recorder, etc.). I have only the DVD recorder on the battery backup side. I view the thing as mainly a good surge protector. But it is nice to have a certain amount of protection for the programming & the clock in the recorder. Our power was out for 3 hours & the UPS battery didn't run dead. Of course, you're not drawing a whole lot of juice with a DVD recorder that is off. At least I didn't have to go in & re-enter my programmed recordings or reset the date & time. My old UPS would have died after about 2 hours. I suspect it drained so quickly because it has to power the incessant beeping. Did I mention how happy I am that this unit doesn't beep?

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

You can stifle the audible alarm!

At least, that's what appears to be true. I can't claim from experience that it's true but that feature appears when you hit the button on the unit enough times. I mention this...Read complete review

At least, that's what appears to be true. I can't claim from experience that it's true but that feature appears when you hit the button on the unit enough times. I mention this because it is a big deal for me. When our power goes off, my old UPS used to beep intermittently, even after I had shut off all equipment plugged into it, until the backup battery went dead. And there was no way to shut the stupid thing up! That took maybe a couple of hours. In the interim, the cats would go crazy & the wife would . . . well, I'll leave that to your imagination. If this UPS indeed does stay silent during a power failure, then I will be utterly ecstatic & will come back here to update my comments.

Meanwhile, I've had the unit for only 3 days so it's really not long enough to say anything truly intelligent about it. It claims I'm loading it with 112 watts, that's only about 26% of its capacity, and it would give me 28 minutes of run time if we suffered a blackout, which is really a lot. 26%? Maybe I got too much UPS. The price was right. It was a little less than a replacement of my old UPS would have been from a competitor, whose name I will not mention because I read the guidelines for reviews & actually understood them. Is that a rarity these days?

Anyway, it's definitely nice to have 12 outlets. On the battery backup side, I've got only 3 things: my DSL router, my 16"x9" flat panel LCD monitor, and my PC (quad core Intel CPU Dell Optiplex desktop). If that really does add up to only a little over 100W, I guess I'm pretty green. I do have a second computer here that I've been dragging my feet on decommissioning (wiping the hard drive clean) but it's looking like I could plug that in on the battery backup side & this UPS would take it in stride without a hitch.

On the non-battery side I've actually got more things plugged up. Power transformer for my portable XM radio home cradle, power transformer for cordless extension phone cradle, power transformer for charger for wireless headset for phone, extension cord to iPod charger (because the iPod USB cable is too short to conveniently reach any outlet anywhere, let alone on the UPS, so despite all warnings not to do such a thing, I plugged an extension cord into the UPS, deal with it). I'll bet the total power consumption of all 4 of these is under 10W.

There is a USB cable that came with the UPS. I have not plugged it in. It looks like it's just just barely long enough with hardly an inch to spare to reach from the UPS to any USB port on my system. But it's unlikely I will ever use it anyway. If I'm not physically here using the system, I hibernate it, so if the power goes off while I'm not here, there would be no need for the UPS to notify the PC to shut down. If I am physically here using the system, well . . . ummmnm . . . duh . . . I will notice that the power has gone off & I will . . . oh I don't really have to spell it out, do I?

After our next power failure, I'll come back & let y'all know whether it worked properly, whether it beeped, & whatever else I notice. Until then, the best I can say is so far so good.

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5.0

Efficient and Powerful. Good features

By AM

from FL

Verified Buyer

Comments about Tripp Lite ECO850LCD 850 VA Desktop UPS:

Used to manage multiple routers, Mac Mini Server, external hard drives.

Works great. Keeps everything powered up. No trip when there is a power dip, so hard drives are happy.

Will keep server on for several hours if sleep mode programmed.

 
4.0

Quirky

By SpotSpeaker

from Derby Town

Verified Buyer

Comments about Tripp Lite ECO850LCD 850 VA Desktop UPS:

When I had 'eco' on, and my laser printer would start, everything plugged into the eco outlets would lose power for about 8 seconds (I'm assuming this is a current spike from the printer starting, and the eco shutdown is a preventative measure). But yesterday morning, after a night of inactivity, the eco outlets would not pass power until I turned off eco. Still appreciate the number of outlets and the other options, and liked the eco feature until yesterday morning.

 
4.0

Tripp-Lite ECO Series 850VA/425W UPS

By ROB H.

from OREGON

Verified Buyer

Comments about Tripp Lite ECO850LCD 850 VA Desktop UPS:

I like the ECO Feature, but I wish that the battery could be easily exchanged.

 
4.0

Tried the rest returned to the best

By Bigo

from Florida

Verified Buyer

Comments about Tripp Lite ECO850LCD 850 VA Desktop UPS:

Home office
Tried a different brand very disappointing returned the unit and bought the tripplite very happy.

 
4.0

Just the right size for where it's in use.

By efried from Aberdeen, SD.

from Aberdeen in South Dakota.

Verified Buyer

Comments about Tripp Lite ECO850LCD 850 VA Desktop UPS:

The unit arrived at my location in good condition. Four stars because it hasn't been tested under a real situation. Hopefully never. Would recommend that USB ports be put on The unit to charge cell phone devices and other such items from the battery. we are not utilizing the power alert software on this unit for various reasons. We have 3 other units that are working successfully with the power alert feature. so far so good.!

 
5.0

easy to use.

By MCE

from Nashville, TN

Verified Buyer

Comments about Tripp Lite ECO850LCD 850 VA Desktop UPS:

Easy to use. No failures in one month of use

 
5.0

works great

By DAn

from Kearney, MO

Verified Buyer

Comments about Tripp Lite ECO850LCD 850 VA Desktop UPS:

these work great! we recently had a power outage and every pc we had connected to one was not affected.

 
5.0

UPS with a nice feature

By whoosher

from Ontario CA

Verified Buyer

Comments about Tripp Lite ECO850LCD 850 VA Desktop UPS:

I use the UPS for a small tv, router, internet TV box and a wireless phone base. After you connect everything, the device shows you your wattage and how many minutes it would take to run it down. Also, sound alarm can be turned off without connecting the unit to a computer.
I have an older TrippLite model which looks exact same and is about six years old now. It still works and outlasts powe outages here.

 
5.0

LCD display great!

By Skyline

from georgia

Verified Buyer

Comments about Tripp Lite ECO850LCD 850 VA Desktop UPS:

Security camera backup

 
4.0

Decent UPS for the money

By Computer geek

from Wilderville, Or

Verified Buyer

Comments about Tripp Lite ECO850LCD 850 VA Desktop UPS:

I use this only occasionally as a UPS for tabletop repair of other computers. Not used regularly. I bring it out of the closet in order to power up repair projects. I have had good luck with other Tripplite products so am confidant that this will work well.

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