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Hey guys,

I'll keep it short: my dad lives in an area that gets frequent power outages and it seems to be corrupting Windows (random freezes, blue screens, etc.). The strange part is he has his computer plugged into a backup battery (http://www.pcworld.com/product/pg/76718423/detail), but it doesn't seem to be working keeping his PC on when the power outage strikes. He also has his modem and phone plugged into the backup battery, and he says when the power goes out, those two stay on, but the computer doesn't. He's only had it for about 2 years, but could it be going bad already?

Any other suggestions are welcome.

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The reason for the problems in Windows is, too many improper shut downs without a proper reboot in between. It's not good to just use the computer after an improper shut down without first giving it a good proper reboot once you've turned it back on.

 

In other words:

 

  1. Improper shut down
  2. Turn the computer back on
  3. When it's done starting up, choose Restart in Windows
  4. Use the computer

 

If this is always done, then it will significantly minimize the chances of problems creeping up due to too many improper shut downs in a row without any proper reboots in between (shutting down for the night and turning it back on in the morning is the same as a simple restart, only the computer is completely powered off in between - that's the only difference).

 

Anyway, has this battery backup always worked with all of this stuff connected to it before but now it's not? Or, does he have more things connected to it than before?

 

Either way, I would recommend getting a better one than that. Unfortunately, I don't know UPS units very well, but I can tell you about how many "VA"s and how many watts the backup would need to have. It all depends on what parts he has in his computer as well as what he uses his computer for.

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post #3 of 17
Has it ever worked, or just recently it's been having problems?

From that page: "Backup/Run Time 0.06 Hour 330 W Full Load" "Load Capacity (Watt) 330 W" "Power Rating 550 VA/330 W"

I don't know enough about electronics to be sure, but considering PSUs these days seem to be rated at at least 450W and some silly high end systems can require double that, my initial thoughts is that it just doesn't provide enough juice, also considering the other devices are taking a cut of that power too.
Edited by Bearybear - 9/27/13 at 4:13pm
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Has it ever worked, or just recently it's been having problems?

From that page: "Backup/Run Time 0.06 Hour 330 W Full Load" "Load Capacity (Watt) 330 W" "Power Rating 550 VA/330 W"

I don't know enough about electronics to be sure, but considering PSUs these days seem to be rated at at least 450W and some silly high end systems can require double that, my initial thoughts is that it just doesn't provide enough juice, also considering the other devices are taking a cut of that power too. Even if it did work, correct me if I'm wrong, but 6 seconds of power at full load?

 

Yeah, but from my experience on here, most parents of the people on here are using a computer that will never consume more than 150-250W. Ever. So, that's why I asked what I asked above. A battery backup like that would be just fine even if you have a 650W PSU powering a system that never consumes more than 150-250W.

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Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post

The reason for the problems in Windows is, too many improper shut downs without a proper reboot in between. It's not good to just use the computer after an improper shut down without first giving it a good proper reboot once you've turned it back on.

In other words:
  1. Improper shut down
  2. Turn the computer back on
  3. When it's done starting up, choose Restart in Windows
  4. Use the computer

If this is always done, then it will significantly minimize the chances of problems creeping up due to too many improper shut downs in a row without any proper reboots in between (shutting down for the night and turning it back on in the morning is the same as a simple restart, only the computer is completely powered off in between - that's the only difference).

Anyway, has this battery backup always worked with all of this stuff connected to it before but now it's not? Or, does he have more things connected to it than before?

Either way, I would recommend getting a better one than that. Unfortunately, I don't know UPS units very well, but I can tell you about how many "VA"s and how many watts the backup would need to have. It all depends on what parts he has in his computer as well as what he uses his computer for.

Yes, please. Any and all suggestions for the backup units would be very appreciated. I don't know anything about them. tongue.gif

As far as what he's had plugged in, he has always only had these 3 things (PC, modem, phone) plugged into it. As far as what has been working/not working, I'm not sure that the computer has ever been kept alive by this thing, but I can't be 100% that it didn't work as expected in the past.

This is the PSU I used to build his computer: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139026

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It may also depend on the settings in windows if it is setup to monitor the battery backup unit or a batch of bad batteries.. A long time ago one of my machines did something similar and XP was set to shutdown after a signal from the UPS, but the ups tripped the socket it was plugged into before it had a chance to shutdown due to the low power left. hanged the batteries and everything was OK.
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Well even if his computer is using 150-250W, a UPS of that size will get about 30-60 seconds of battery life... and that's brand new. It gets dramatically worse the older the battery is... I would place my blame on the UPS. I own a couple 900W UPSes, roughly 3x more powerful and all less than a year. I get about 4-5 minutes with ~600W of load, less than a minute with 850W load, and upwards of 45 minutes with 300W load. They aren't designed to be fully loaded, and if you are fully loading them you need to turn the stuff off immediately after power goes out. If you want the UPS to be able to power them for extended periods, you need to overkill it dramatically. Every UPS i've ever owned had huge diminishing returns beyond 30-40% load.

For a 150-250W computer I'd recommend:
http://www.amazon.com/CyberPower-CP850PFCLCD-Sinewave-Compatible-Mini-Tower/dp/B00429N18S/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1380324561&sr=8-1&keywords=510W+pure+sine

Though, you'll get much better battery life if you spend a mere $5 more for the 600W version:
http://www.amazon.com/CyberPower-CP1000PFCLCD-Sinewave-Compatible-Mini-Tower/dp/B00429N192/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1380324576&sr=8-2&keywords=600W+pure+sine
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Yeah, but from my experience on here, most parents of the people on here are using a computer that will never consume more than 150-250W. Ever. So, that's why I asked what I asked above. A battery backup like that would be just fine even if you have a 650W PSU powering a system that never consumes more than 150-250W.

Very true, I've just noticed it is also advertised as a 'desktop' UPS, so it must be somewhat suitable for the job. I know some sockets on some UPS don't actually connect to the backup power, they just act as an extension cable with surge protection, so I'd have a good look at what's plugged into where and maybe have a mess around. Probably obvious, but it's easily overlooked.
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Yes, please. Any and all suggestions for the backup units would be very appreciated. I don't know anything about them. tongue.gif

As far as what he's had plugged in, he has always only had these 3 things (PC, modem, phone) plugged into it. As far as what has been working/not working, I'm not sure that the computer has ever been kept alive by this thing, but I can't be 100% that it didn't work as expected in the past.

This is the PSU I used to build his computer: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139026

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  • Western Digital WD Blue WD5000AAKX 500GB

 

Ok, yeah that battery backup should be way more than enough. He doesn't even have a video card.

 

The Pro version of eXtreme OuterVision's PSU calculator is giving me this for his system:

 

 

PSUcalc4onoz.png 

 

A modem and a phone are not going to be consuming anywhere near enough to make enough of a difference that it would matter.

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Well even if his computer is using 150-250W, a UPS of that size will get about 30-60 seconds of battery life... and that's brand new. It gets dramatically worse the older the battery is... I would place my blame on the UPS. I own a couple 900W UPSes, roughly 3x more powerful and all less than a year. I get about 4-5 minutes with ~600W of load, less than a minute with 850W load, and upwards of 45 minutes with 300W load. They aren't designed to be fully loaded, and if you are fully loading them you need to turn the stuff off immediately after power goes out. If you want the UPS to be able to power them for extended periods, you need to overkill it dramatically. Every UPS i've ever owned had huge diminishing returns beyond 30-40% load.

For a 150-250W computer I'd recommend:
http://www.amazon.com/CyberPower-CP850PFCLCD-Sinewave-Compatible-Mini-Tower/dp/B00429N18S/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1380324561&sr=8-1&keywords=510W+pure+sine

Though, you'll get much better battery life if you spend a mere $5 more for the 600W version:
http://www.amazon.com/CyberPower-CP1000PFCLCD-Sinewave-Compatible-Mini-Tower/dp/B00429N192/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1380324576&sr=8-2&keywords=600W+pure+sine
Cool, thanks. I'll talk to him about these.


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Ok, yeah that battery backup should be way more than enough. He doesn't even have a video card.

The Pro version of eXtreme OuterVision's PSU calculator is giving me this for his system:


PSUcalc4onoz.png 

A modem and a phone are not going to be consuming anywhere near enough to make enough of a difference that it would matter.
So do you think there's something wrong with the backup-UPS unit?
 
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