APWBE750G

APC BACK-UPS ES 750VA Desktop UPS

750VA/450W - 2.3 Minute Full Load - 5 x NEMA 5-15R - Battery Backup System, 5 x NEMA 5-15R - Surge-protected

Reg. Price $131.99

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LED status indicator displays power status with visual indicators
Battery notification warns when battery is not able to provide backup power
Cold-start capability provides temporary power when utility power is out
Dataline surge protection guards equipment from power surges on data lines
Batteries provide uninterrupted power to equipment while being replaced
  • Additional Info
SKU
APWBE750G
Manufacturer
American Power Conversion Corp
Manufacturer Part Number
BE750G
Brand Name
APC
Product Line
Back-UPS
Product Type
Standby UPS
Packaged Quantity
1 Each
Product Series
ES
Limited Warranty
3 Year
Form Factor
Desktop
USB
Yes
Certifications & Standards
UL 1449, FCC Part 15 Class B, FCC Part 68, NOM, UL 1778
Green Compliant
Yes
Package Contents
  • BACK-UPS ES 750VA Desktop UPS
  • CD with software
  • USB cable
  • User Manual
  • 1 x Battery Module
Software Included
Free trial of anti-virus : firewall : email privacy : system recovery and online backup Software
Input Voltage
110 V AC
Output Voltage
120 V AC
Plug/Connector Type
NEMA 5-15P
Receptacles
5 x NEMA 5-15R
Battery Chemistry
Sealed Lead Acid

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APC BACK-UPS ES 750VA Desktop UPS
 
4.5

(based on 145 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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    (7)

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92%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great Purchase

This was a very good purchase. I live in an area that does not have too many actual power outages, but we do have an inordinate amount of very small power fluctuations. Enough...Read complete review

This was a very good purchase. I live in an area that does not have too many actual power outages, but we do have an inordinate amount of very small power fluctuations. Enough to make the lights blink and necessitate many devices to be reset. Of course the computer shuts off with the slightest loss of power. I do medical transcription online. A power outage or even a blip will cancel all the work I've done on a job that I could have been working over an hour on. I installed this unit last weekend and today, Friday, at the end of a 75-minute job our area got hit with three quick power fluctuations in just over a minute. I was able to finish off the job without the screen even flickering (the house lighting did). Many devices had to be reset, but nothing that connected to the APC unit and I did not lose my work. With my computer, monitor, speakers/headphone, cable modem, and router all hooked up to the APC it shows that I use 112W which it judges would be about 16 minutes of running time in an outage with all the backed-up devices running. If it were to be an actual power outage I would have ample time to back up my work and shut down without the loss of time already spent on a job. As a further note, the APC support for my technical question on the initial connection was a very helpful representative online within 10 seconds of my request. I will definitely recommend this product.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Problem

Subj: Model BE750G UPS Operated Eight Hours I purchase a Model BE750G UPS system 14 Jan 2011 from MacMall. I have owned a BE500R model system for many years and have been pleased with...Read complete review

Subj: Model BE750G UPS Operated Eight Hours I purchase a Model BE750G UPS system 14 Jan 2011 from MacMall. I have owned a BE500R model system for many years and have been pleased with its performance. The new unit was received 20 Jan 2011. After the system attained room temperature, the battery was connected and charged for over 24 hours. The software patch 1 for Version 2.0 Power Chute Personal Edition for windows XP was down loaded and installed. The unit was connected to components and tested with self test software resulting in passed report. The unit reported it was fully charged and had 46 minutes of battery back up power available. All seemed well, until the unit stopped providing power to our printer, and a few minutes later, computer, monitor, and separate hard drive shut off. This occurred after eight hours of use. Although, no alarms sounded, the green light remained on, the circuit fault light did not engage, and utility power was not lost, components did not receive power. The unit was plugged into A grounded 20 AMP circuit installed by a licensed electrician specifically for our computer system. Trying to get advice from APC on what to do. I suspect I will have to return the unit.

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5.0

Great Design!

By Leeski

from Undisclosed

Comments about APC BACK-UPS ES 750VA Desktop UPS:

This baby has a great design and makes it easy to plug in even the big blocky AC adapters for most electronics. I would recommend this to anyone that wants to protect their tech!

 
5.0

Great Back UPS

By MT2020

from Kansas City, KS

Comments about APC BACK-UPS ES 750VA Desktop UPS:

Great Back-UPS that we've had in our arsenal for years - newly replaced by the 850, but has been a reliable workhorse for us and we've always been really happy with it!

 
5.0

Solid protection

By Dave

from Washington DC

Comments about APC BACK-UPS ES 750VA Desktop UPS:

This item is a bedrock piece of highly reliable equipment. I feel extremely confident that my connected electronics are well protected with the APC BACK-UPS ES 8 Outlet protector.

 
5.0

Great purchase!

By BB

from Undisclosed

Comments about APC BACK-UPS ES 750VA Desktop UPS:

After all sorts of research, I decided to go with this model, a lot of value for the money. Also the great reviews APC products had on the internet persuaded me.

 
5.0

Vertical Space Saving!

By Splattered23

from San Diego

Comments about APC BACK-UPS ES 750VA Desktop UPS:

When you need to save some vertical space but still need that up-time for your end users this is the one to buy! Love these!

 
5.0

Great APC Product

By bambam

from Dublin, OH

Comments about APC BACK-UPS ES 750VA Desktop UPS:

Many customers have purchased these and they work flawlessly

 
5.0

Reliable and Consistent

By Batman

from Illinois

Comments about APC BACK-UPS ES 750VA Desktop UPS:

My clients have been buying this UPS for years, and they have performed spectacularly.

 
5.0

Excellent Product

By Pwestes

from Logan, UT

Comments about APC BACK-UPS ES 750VA Desktop UPS:

The 750 is an excellent product that provides plenty of outlets, with good spacing for larger adapters. The APC brand brings peace of mind with their quality products and equipment protection. I have been extremely pleased with the 750's performance during outages.

 
5.0

Fills te need

By Coyle

from Undisclosed

Comments about APC BACK-UPS ES 750VA Desktop UPS:

Have had the unit in use 1 month. Easy to install and works fine.

 
5.0

Excellent Product!

By JWN

from Mt Hood, OR

Comments about APC BACK-UPS ES 750VA Desktop UPS:

I am not on my third one of these units. One died from old age. As I live in an area that has frequent power outages, I have one on my computer and one on my television. They are great units and I highly recommend them. Shipping was mush faster than expected.

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Cartridge Type
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