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    I'm looking for a new UPS. I'm probably going to get the APC2200, it's a bit big but I have a lot of things happening at the same time. Any of you use anything that size and how do you like it in your house? I have a Powervar 5200 series but it's too big to put in my house and I don't want to have to install 30 amp service. Been using that Tripp Lite 1500 but it's weak and doesn't.perform well.

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    We have 2200's at the office, and they're ok. Probably spend more time changing batteries than using them though.

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    We have 2200's at the office, and they're ok. Probably spend more time changing batteries than using them though.
    Well versed with the 2200 but not sure if anyone here uses any at home. Heavy ass battery pairs.

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    Well versed with the 2200 but not sure if anyone here uses any at home. Heavy ass battery pairs.
    I don't have anything at home honestly. I mean, with the kind of gear I have, it's only good enough to power the machines off, and since going away from spinning disks, data corruption has been much less of an issue.

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    as for the OP, heres a good uninterruptable power supply


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    Bend over, I’ll ing give you an uninterruptible power supply.

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