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On their website under FAQ it says:

Can I hook up a surge strip to the UPS unit?

Surge strips cannot be installed before OR after the UPS unit. Doing so will void the UPS' warranty. If you require additional units, please upgrade your UPS to a unit that has more outlets.

Well obviously, this is a way to sell bigger UPSes with more outlets right? By prohibiting you to use a 20-30$ powerstrip and force you to purchase a more expensive UPS with more outlets, sounds like marketing but i am not sure

Just plug the surge strip into the other outlet in that bank if you must but even moderate priced backups have plenty of outlets. One side is for the battery, surge and AVR and the other side is for just surge protection and AVR.
Just decide what needs battery and what doesn't for example I plug my speakers into the non battery side because I don't need audio output to shutdown in case of a power outage.
Edited by Thoth420 - 7/7/16 at 10:49am
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It'll void the warranty? If you ever needed warranty service for any reason, then how would they know what your setup was? That looks to me like they're just trying to cover their butts so that they have less service calls from idiots putting too many things onto one outlet or too many things through the UPS.

 

It's a sad world we live in when companies have to make these statements. I mean, it's common sense: your outlet isn't an unlimited power source, and adding outlets with power strips or whatever doesn't increase an outlet's capacity. But, stupid people are going to be stupid.

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post #3173 of 3909
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Just plug the surge strip into the other outlet in that bank if you must but even moderate priced backups have plenty of outlets. One side is for the battery, surge and AVR and the other side is for just surge protection and AVR.
Just decide what needs battery and what doesn't for example I plug my speakers into the non battery side because I don't need audio output to shutdown in case of a power outage.

Thing is i want to use the UPS just for the critical devices, PC, Monitor and Router. My powerstrip is mounted under the desk that allows be to do very good cable management, having 6 (my UPS has 3 battery and 3 surge only) cables running from UPS to the desk would be a nightmare for cable management compared to 3 frown.giffrown.gif

Thats why i was considering daisy chaining it but...from what it seems i shouldnt frown.gif
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It'll void the warranty? If you ever needed warranty service for any reason, then how would they know what your setup was? That looks to me like they're just trying to cover their butts so that they have less service calls from idiots putting too many things onto one outlet or too many things through the UPS.
Agreed and while I wouldn't daisy chain a strip and a backup there is no way they would know.
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post #3175 of 3909
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Thing is i want to use the UPS just for the critical devices, PC, Monitor and Router. My powerstrip is mounted under the desk that allows be to do very good cable management, having 6 (my UPS has 3 battery and 3 surge only) cables running from UPS to the desk would be a nightmare for cable management compared to 3 frown.giffrown.gif

Thats why i was considering daisy chaining it but...from what it seems i shouldnt frown.gif

 

heh, I think they're just trying to reduce the number of service calls from idiots who think that their wall outlet can provide thousands and thousands of of watts - and then more when they use power strips. Y'know what I mean? You are a hell of a lot more intelligent than that, so don't worry about it. Just do what you need to do. You know better than to overload an outlet or a power strip. lol

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heh, I think they're just trying to reduce the number of service calls from idiots who think that their wall outlet can provide thousands and thousands of of watts - and then more when they use power strips. Y'know what I mean? You are a hell of a lot more intelligent than that, so don't worry about it. Just do what you need to do. You know better than to overload an outlet or a power strip. lol

Things like Desk Lamps, Router, Modems and stuff dont draw a lot of wattage, it just that requires a lot of free wall outlets thats the bad thing...those are not stuff that can overload a wall outlet
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Things like Desk Lamps, Router, Modems and stuff dont draw a lot of wattage, it just that requires a lot of free wall outlets thats the bad thing...those are not stuff that can overload a wall outlet

 

Yeah, exactly. So, there's nothing wrong with using a power strip if you know what you're doing. You know what you're doing, so you're good to go.

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Yeah, exactly. So, there's nothing wrong with using a power strip if you know what you're doing. You know what you're doing, so you're good to go.

So i will connect the UPS into the power strip, i hope it wont get fried, maybe the voltage and the wattage of the power strips affects the UPS? but i guess power is power though right? lol

Not to mention that the UPS, the 1500 VA i ordered has 6 outlets only and atm i use 8 outlets for my stuff (2 monitors, 1 PC, Desk Lamp, Router Modem, Ethernet Splitter, and a charger), in order to get a 8 outlets UPS i had to pay like 500 euro...which is insane...
Edited by Reystar - 7/7/16 at 11:15am
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So i will connect the UPS into the power strip, i hope it wont get fried, maybe the voltage and the wattage of the power strips affects the UPS? but i guess power is power though right? lol

Not to mention that the UPS, the 1500 VA i ordered has 6 outlets only and atm i use 8 outlets for my stuff (2 monitors, 1 PC, Desk Lamp, Router Modem, Ethernet Splitter, and a charger), in order to get a 8 outlets UPS i had to pay like 500 euro...which is insane...

 

How would it get fried? How is that possible? Think! ;)

 

As long as there's nothing being overloaded, it's fine.

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Get an isobar power strip and it def won't get fried. I didn't see your post about the cable management until after my PM response. If anything fuzzes it will be the isobar and they will replace that on warranty which I doubt would ever happen.
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