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UPS for BSNL wireless router

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noknor

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I am looking to buy a UPS for powering the BSNL wireless router for a maximum of half hour when there is no power.

Is there anything available matching my needs and how much would it cost?
 

goyal.sanchit

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Cant you get it connected to the inverter which you must be having already. Modems and router take minimal power and can run effectively on inverters.
 

mathan

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600va UPS should do. Check out for zebronics or intex and the price would be around Rs.1300.
 

Shivam

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Sometimes with inverters and some not too good UPS, the switching to battery mode may cause the router to re-start or get stuck. Opt for a good UPS like APC or something similar.
 

IndianEars

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A FAR Superior solution than a UPS or Inverter, would be to run the Router on a 12 Volt rechargable ( Sealed lead acid) battery...

Lower Cost + More efficient ( the Router will run longer on the battery charge). You will need to establish a simple charger mechanism.
 
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