CHAMPION UPS 800VA (Home, Shop & Office) | Line Interactive | 15-20 mins backup
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- Line Interactive UPS (Built in Battery)
- Capacity: 800VA | Battery: 12V, 9Ah | Backup: ~25 mins
- Warranty: 2 yrs on UPS & 1 yr on battery (1st yr on-site & 2nd yr carry-in)
- ISO 9001:2008 & ISO 14001:2004 Certified
- Full Protection from Short Circuit / Overload / Unsafe voltage levels
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The Champion Line Interactive 800VA UPS provides comprehensive protection for PC equipment. The UPS is more compact and offers greater comprehensive power protection against surges and spikes. This UPS will continue providing stable power to connected equipment and enable to shutdown PC safely during power failure. It is a perfect choice for any home or small office application.
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When i purchased, for first week it was giving 2 hours backup. Then it started getting deteriorating. In just 2 months time the back up time reduced to just 7 minutes. I thought of calling the customer care number which was given in the user manual.
I got the service service engineers number of Bangalore. I called that person. He answered my call and came to my home, checked and replaced the battery.
I would like to appreciate the after sales service provided.
I use my PC for about 7 hours everyday. I have connected this UPS to the PC directly without using any other device. Build quality is very good and almost looks same as in the picture above. My PC is a low-end PC running Windows 7 SP1. It has 4GB RAM, 500GB HDD, GeForce210 1GB graphic card, i3 2120 3.3GHz processor. Samsung SyncMaster 920NW monitor and Promax speakers and a D-Link modem, all connected to the UPS.
I once charged it full and it gave a backup of 22 minutes. No heavy task was running. It seemed O.K. as it has claimed. It beeps sound every 8s (actually around 7.5s) when backup is on. Beeps almost every second when about to shutdown i.e time left < 2 minutes. These were the features which are common to all UPSs.
I once drained the ups and was recharging while using computer. After 1 hour, there was an electricity cut and ups was doing its job and started to beep every 8 secs. Then after 4 minutes, it started the warning beep every second. Hardly 10 secs and ups shut down completely. It was supposed to work for 2 minutes as stated above.
So if your UPS is less charged, it gives you wrong shutdown time.
I am considering of buying a new ups from these two below.
Intex 1000VA GAMA UPS
APC UPS Model: BR1000G-IN 1 KVA Built in Battery
APC is a good brand but I think I should go for the Intex GAMA though.
AMD FX 8150 CPU, MSI Nvidia GTS 450 GPU, 16GB DDR3 RAM, CM Thunder 450W PSU, CM cabinet with 3 LED fans, CM Hyper 212X CPU cooler.
Those are the most power hungry components anyway. Apart from these, a 19' LCD monitor, and a 2.1 speaker system are what I have connected to the UPS.
So, when there are no intensive tasks running on the PC, it seemed to be running fine. I manually tried cutting off the power to see if it was good, and there were no problems.
But when there are intensive tasks running, like a game or some other application, if there is a power loss, bang, before it can even switch to the battery mode, the PC shuts down instantly or restarts. If it restarts, it doesn't event make through the boot process and keeps restarting.
If there are voltage fluctuations without a power loss, it kind of makes click sounds when it tries to switch to battery mode, and then the same behavior of instant turn off / restart. This has me frustrated to no end as it completely defeats the purpose of getting a UPS in the first place.
The stability of the backup depends on the load on which my PC seems to be running. If on moderate load, it can restart anytime from the event of power loss to my shutting down the PC.
The PSU that I use is a 450W one, with 80% efficiency, amounting to 360W at peak usage. This UPS, if assumed to be 60% efficient at 800VA is supposed to give out 480W. Even if it is less that, it should lower the battery backup rather than shutting down. But, that sadly, isn't the case.
Maybe this UPS works properly for other devices such as a TV, Router, maybe even for a Table Fan. I suggest to not go for this one if the target is a PC.
Better to spend some extra money and get a quality APC 1KVA unit. I'm thinking of going for the APC BX1100C-IN
I'll try shifting it to my TV after I get a new one for my PC.
I clocked 15-18 mins power backup, running all devices mentioned above. Which is quite decent and as I expected at this VA rating.
While on backup it Beeps. Cant be turned off though. Which may be a problem if you are looking for something which stays quiet.
During power fluctuations and switchovers, the UPS makes a Click! sound. During frequent fluctuations the Clicking repeats and may sound a bit wierd. I'm not sure if it really harms the UPS or the equipment in any way.
Have changed battery 3 times in a year under warranty.
The battery discharges in 5 min even if pc is off and only router is connected.I think the service guy's use old battery for warranty replacement.