APWBK350

APC Back-UPS CS 350VA

350VA - 6.6 Minute Full Load - 3 x NEMA 5-15R, 3 x NEMA 5-15R

Reg. Price $111.99

Our Price $95.19 Each

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Uses your PC to access additional power protection and management features
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
Wiring fault indicator informs you of potential wiring problems in circuit
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SKU
APWBK350
Manufacturer
American Power Conversion Corp
Manufacturer Part Number
BK350
Brand Name
APC
Product Line
Back-UPS
Product Type
Standby UPS
Packaged Quantity
1 Each
Product Series
CS
Limited Warranty
2 Year
Alarm
On Battery
Status Indicators
LED status display with On Line, On Battery, Replace Battery, Site wiring Fault and Overload indicators
Serial Port
Yes
USB
Yes
Certifications & Standards
  • FCC Part 15 Class B
  • Industry Canada
  • UL 1778
  • cUL Listed
Additional Information
  • Additional Surge Protected Outlets
  • Cord Management
  • Overload Indicator
  • Software
  • Unattended Shutdown
  • USB compatible
Green Compliant
Yes
Package Contents
  • CD with software
  • User Manual
  • USB cable
  • Velcro Cord Management Straps Kit
Temperature
113°F (45°C)
Input Voltage
110 V AC
Output Voltage
120 V AC
Surge Energy Rating
480 J
Waveform Type
Step Wave
Cord Length
6 ft
Plug/Connector Type
NEMA 5-15P
Receptacles
3 x NEMA 5-15R
Battery Chemistry
Sealed Lead Acid

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APC Back-UPS CS 350VA
 
4.7

(based on 64 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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    (49)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (13)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (1)

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    (1)

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97%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

On March 5, 2011 a huge ...

On March 5, 2011 a huge thunderstorm with hundreds of lightning strikes caused a main power line to fall in the alley. It sent 7200 volts into my home. Blowing out the master...Read complete review

On March 5, 2011 a huge thunderstorm with hundreds of lightning strikes caused a main power line to fall in the alley. It sent 7200 volts into my home. Blowing out the master breaker and the complete breaker panel. I was working at the computer when I heard the blast in my house and all the lights went out except my computer. The BK350 kept everything running until I shut it off a few seconds later. It protected the Computer, Scanner, Printer, Work Light and a Radio. Two days later when our system was restored I turned on the computer. It would come on, but not stay on. I hit the reset button on BK350 and it exploded internally. I removed it and put a backup in place and the computer ran fine. It saved my computer and accessories.

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software sucks

old software documentation doesn't match the software, which is odd since the software itself hasn't been updated in 5 years so how old does that make the documentation? I replaced the battery in my...Read complete review

old software documentation doesn't match the software, which is odd since the software itself hasn't been updated in 5 years so how old does that make the documentation? I replaced the battery in my UPS but the software (v3.0.2) reflects I have less than 1 minute of battery. The documentation says to reset the battery replacement date, but where? It does not say, and looking at the most recent (again, 5 years old) software interface provides no indication where I can do that. Nor is there any place to trigger a battery self-test, which is also mentioned in the documentation. So, if I can't get the unit to recognize a new battery I may just change to a different vendor. In the apc forums someone said they used a really really old version of powerchute (v1.x) and in that version they were able to reset the replacement date. This shouldn't be necessary. Plus, this site no longer provides those other versions for download so how am I supposed to try that method if I don't already have an old version archived on my computer from a previous download?

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3.0

software sucks

By brandon

from WV

Comments about APC Back-UPS CS 350VA:

old software documentation doesn't match the software, which is odd since the software itself hasn't been updated in 5 years so how old does that make the documentation? I replaced the battery in my UPS but the software (v3.0.2) reflects I have less than 1 minute of battery. The documentation says to reset the battery replacement date, but where? It does not say, and looking at the most recent (again, 5 years old) software interface provides no indication where I can do that. Nor is there any place to trigger a battery self-test, which is also mentioned in the documentation. So, if I can't get the unit to recognize a new battery I may just change to a different vendor. In the apc forums someone said they used a really really old version of powerchute (v1.x) and in that version they were able to reset the replacement date. This shouldn't be necessary. Plus, this site no longer provides those other versions for download so how am I supposed to try that method if I don't already have an old version archived on my computer from a previous download?

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

APC Back-UPS 500 (black)

By jose

from albuquerque, nm

Comments about APC Back-UPS CS 350VA:

great product works as advertised and easy to set up ,

 
5.0

APC Back-UPS 500 (beige)

By jose

from albuquerque, nm

Comments about APC Back-UPS CS 350VA:

great product , works as advertised, reliable and havent had any issues

 
5.0

ups 350

By jose

from albuquerque, nm

Comments about APC Back-UPS CS 350VA:

this product was perfect for a small office ups. it has worked well in our environment and run without issue

 
5.0

Desktop UPS

By Justin

from Atlanta

Comments about APC Back-UPS CS 350VA:

Great for my home office. I would buy another anyday.

 
5.0

Great Unit

By osudk33

from Mentor OH

Comments about APC Back-UPS CS 350VA:

Needed to replace my APC ES350. So I decided to go with this model since I have the larger 1500 versions that have been running for years without a problem. It has been a few months now using this for my modem/router and it has performed amazing. What I replaced was actually the second ES350, which honestly are junk, they typically die within a year and replacing the battery only extends this another 3-6 months before the rest dies, usually killing a good battery inside. I went through 2 ES350 models within 30 months which is abysmal when my XS1500 models have been running for years flawlessly (only need to replace the batteries every 3-4 years).

 
5.0

Most Reliable Back-Up Power

By Cont4gioN

from Rhode Island

Comments about APC Back-UPS CS 350VA:

These are built like tanks and never ever fail. Love them. Best Back-Up power ever.

 
5.0

Solid Product

By DALAROCK

from Washington DC

Comments about APC Back-UPS CS 350VA:

This a great value for an inexpensive UPS that does everything that the manufacture states in the advertisement. I have purchased many UPS but APC Pro always delivers where others have failed. The only con is that it takes a serial cable input to have auto shutdown.

 
5.0

Personal Data Rack Protection

By DALAROCK

from Washington DC

Comments about APC Back-UPS CS 350VA:

I purchased this for my for my home to backup my NAS and network switch. was plug and play and is working great! I would recommend this to anyone looking for battery backups.

 
4.0

UPS

By Paul

from Winchester, VA

Comments about APC Back-UPS CS 350VA:

This is my second one. The first I have had for years and it is still working like a workhorse. Highly recommend.

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