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TRPOMNIVS1000

Tripp Lite Omni VS OMNIVS1000 UPS

1 kVA/500 WWall Mountable Tower 0.12 Hour, 0.30 Hour Full Load, Half Load - 2 x NEMA 5-15R - Battery Backup System, 6 x NEMA 5-15R - Surge-protected

Reg. Price $219.60

Our Price $156.45 Each

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Tower UPS protects PCs, workstations and more from damage, downtime and data loss
Automatic Voltage Regulation corrects brownouts without using battery power
USB communication port works with free PowerAlert software to provide unattended automatic shutdown
1000VA/500W power capacity; 8 outlets and tel/DSL/Ethernet; 14-minute, 1/2-load runtime
$200k Ultimate Lifetime Insurance; 3-year warranty
  • Additional Info
SKU
TRPOMNIVS1000
Manufacturer
Tripp Lite
Manufacturer Part Number
OMNIVS1000
Brand Name
Tripp Lite
Product Type
Line-interactive UPS
Product Series
VS
Limited Warranty
3 Year
Color
Black
Form Factor
Tower
Weight (Approximate)
21.00 lb
Alarm
On Battery
USB
Yes
Recycled
No
Input Voltage
110 V AC
Output Voltage
120 V AC
Cord Length
6 ft
Plug/Connector Type
NEMA 5-15P
Receptacles
6 x NEMA 5-15R
Battery Chemistry
Sealed Lead Acid
Battery Life
6 Year

REVIEW SNAPSHOT®

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Tripp Lite Omni VS OMNIVS1000 UPS
 
4.8

(based on 30 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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    (25)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (4)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (1)

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100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great workhorse product. Minimum electronics to go wrong.

I am on my second unit. The first served many years past its expiration date and handle 2 -3 power outages per year.

I have a work from home office in...Read complete review

I am on my second unit. The first served many years past its expiration date and handle 2 -3 power outages per year.

I have a work from home office in the country. We take many electrical hits in the country and sometimes violent outages where the power juts on and off before going completely out. The equipment on this device runs smoothly while other lights and electrical devices around my office go on and off.

When I went to replace it, I saw models with fancy digital readouts and more controls. But I talked to tech support at TrippLite and they pointed out my model was still available. In today's world of obsolescence, it was comforting to get something replaced that served so well in the past.

The unit is rugged and all the plugs and cords are heavy duty.

The new unit is in over 1 year and working well already handling 3 outages.

My opinion, the sensitive office equipment I put on TrippLite products throughout two decades of using them have made all my equipment last long past their expected lifetimes.

VS

Most Liked Negative Review

 

OMNI VS1000 is reliable

I bought this backup power supply in Sept 2010. It is still working, and is ideal for short term supply disruptions - such as from wind and rain storms. Works fine supporting my...Read complete review

I bought this backup power supply in Sept 2010. It is still working, and is ideal for short term supply disruptions - such as from wind and rain storms. Works fine supporting my desktop pc and monitor, as well as my router and phone line.
Would be ideal if the manufacturer can fix broken down devices, as I have a TrippLite Smart LCD1200 backup supply that died last year, after working for about 4 years.

Reviewed by 30 customers

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5.0

I would buy this product again . . .

By Todd

from Kentucky

Verified Buyer

Comments about Tripp Lite Omni VS OMNIVS1000 UPS:

This item was purchased as a UPS for my home office. I like the specs on this model and it has all of the available features and more power than I need. I like the fact that is simple with no "bells and whistles". I just want simple, solid and dependable. I also like the warranty that is included.

 
5.0

Fabuluous, durable, dependable product

By Ed

from Stroudsburg, PA

Verified Buyer

Comments about Tripp Lite Omni VS OMNIVS1000 UPS:

This unit has been in service for many years, is durable, dependable, and with proper maintenance and battery replacement, will serve us for many more years. First Class Product. In addition, the updated Power Alert Console is dependable and provides all the power management tools needed.

 
5.0

Great product

By BillyBuf

from Buffalo, NY

Verified Buyer

Comments about Tripp Lite Omni VS OMNIVS1000 UPS:

I already had this model purchased a few years ago to protect all my A/V equipment without a computer. No issues with it whatsoever.
Since my existing UPS, and not just the battery, died for my PC I decided to buy the same model. It had all necessary connections. It was easy to install en worked out of the box.
Still working perfectly, however it was only installed a few weeks ago.

 
5.0

LONG lasting!

By Heidi

from Iva, SC

Comments about Tripp Lite Omni VS OMNIVS1000 UPS:

Out of all the battery backups we have in the office I am the only one that has this one. Everyone elses different brand has barely lasted a year before dying out. Mine lasted almost 4 years & we never shut off our computers! I absolutely love it! Small footprint, if that's a concern. I'm sure there's others that maybe small but I'm sticking to the best! :)

 
5.0

Great product

By TxVal

from San Marcos, TX

Verified Buyer

Comments about Tripp Lite Omni VS OMNIVS1000 UPS:

This was a replacement for a competitive product that had died on us. As always, TrippLite does not disappoint. We are using these on PC's used for testing that cannot tolerate a disruption in service if power is unstable. They work as expected!

 
4.0

I would definitely buy this product again.

By Emily

from Superior, MT

Verified Buyer

Comments about Tripp Lite Omni VS OMNIVS1000 UPS:

This product is used to back up our whole office, we have 4 total UPS Back-ups. I really appreciate not having to change out the batteries, in our last back-ups we would have to do this and they were a really tight fit, not very convenient to find out the battery is dead when the power goes out and your system goes down with no warning.

 
5.0

Solid protection all the time

By Kepanorcal

from Nevada City, CA

Comments about Tripp Lite Omni VS OMNIVS1000 UPS:

In our area we have very frequent power outages and surges and the Tripp-Lite UPS Tower has been outstanding providing uninterrupted consistent even power thru it all. We are very pleased and recommend this product to anyone who needs solid reliable performance in an UPS unit.

 
5.0

Great workhorse product. Minimum electronics to go wrong.

By Lon

from Clinton, NJ

Comments about Tripp Lite Omni VS OMNIVS1000 UPS:

I am on my second unit. The first served many years past its expiration date and handle 2 -3 power outages per year.

I have a work from home office in the country. We take many electrical hits in the country and sometimes violent outages where the power juts on and off before going completely out. The equipment on this device runs smoothly while other lights and electrical devices around my office go on and off.

When I went to replace it, I saw models with fancy digital readouts and more controls. But I talked to tech support at TrippLite and they pointed out my model was still available. In today's world of obsolescence, it was comforting to get something replaced that served so well in the past.

The unit is rugged and all the plugs and cords are heavy duty.

The new unit is in over 1 year and working well already handling 3 outages.

My opinion, the sensitive office equipment I put on TrippLite products throughout two decades of using them have made all my equipment last long past their expected lifetimes.

 
5.0

A must-have product to protect computer equipment and data

By Jerry

from Bee County, TX

Comments about Tripp Lite Omni VS OMNIVS1000 UPS:

I bought the Tripp-Lite 1000VA to protect the computers in my office. So far, after several major lightning strikes close out our offices and power outages/surges, our equipment continues to run perfectly and the Tripp-Lite allowed us to continue/finish/shut down our systems without loosing any data. Thank you! Great product

 
5.0

Great Protection and Power Backup

By JR

from South Texas

Comments about Tripp Lite Omni VS OMNIVS1000 UPS:

I bought the Tripp-Lite 1000VA to protect the computers in my office. So far, after several major lightning strikes close out our offices and power outages/surges, our equipment continues to run perfectly and the Tripp-Lite allowed us to continue/finish/shut down our systems without loosing any data. Thank you! Great product

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