Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS) (3)

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An Uninterruptible Power Supply provides an emergency back-up power source in the event of the mains supply either failing or dropping. There are of course several reasons why we may need back-up power; notably a break in the electricity supply or hardware failure. Either event can be catastrophic if we are using our PC or running a server but a UPS that kicks in immediately can prevent any damaging loss of data.

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Tripp Lite P005-010-14RA 10-ft. Heavy-duty 14AWG Power Cord

  • Heavy duty
  • 10 foot length
  • Right angle connector
  • Made by Tripp Lite

£ 8.88  inc. vat

£ 7.40 ex. vat

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Eaton Cable 13A Uk Plug To IEC C19 Female

  • UPS Cable
  • Black
  • IEC 60320 C19 Female

£ 8.99  inc. vat

£ 7.49 ex. vat

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3-ft. Heavy Duty 14AWG Power Cord C14-to-C15

  • For UPS Advice please email Solutions@Ebuyer.com
  • Length: 91 cm
  • Connector(s): 1 x power IEC 320 EN 60320 C15
  • Connector(s) (Other Side): 1 x power IEC 320 EN 60320 C14

£ 9.09  inc. vat

£ 7.57 ex. vat

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Tripp Lite P005-010-14RA 10-ft. Heavy-duty 14AWG Power Cord

  • Heavy duty
  • 10 foot length
  • Right angle connector
  • Made by Tripp Lite

QuickFind: 516906

Mfr part code: P005-010

£ 8.88  inc. vat

£ 7.40 ex. vat

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Eaton Cable 13A Uk Plug To IEC C19 Female

  • UPS Cable
  • Black
  • IEC 60320 C19 Female

QuickFind: 543926

Mfr part code: LP600093

£ 8.99  inc. vat

£ 7.49 ex. vat

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3-ft. Heavy Duty 14AWG Power Cord C14-to-C15

  • For UPS Advice please email Solutions@Ebuyer.com
  • Length: 91 cm
  • Connector(s): 1 x power IEC 320 EN 60320 C15
  • Connector(s) (Other Side): 1 x power IEC 320 EN 60320 C14

QuickFind: 664171

Mfr part code: P018-003

£ 9.09  inc. vat

£ 7.57 ex. vat

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Essential back-up

Uninterruptible power supplies are essential for the reliable operation of servers, as well as computers in applications like data centres, hospitals and other locations where even a momentary loss of power can cause plenty of damage.

How UPS works

The UPS takes its power from the mains supply which effectively charges its battery. When the power is cut the UPS switches to battery mode to feed power to the connected devices. The UPS can only feed power for a limited time but provides back-up until either the original power source is restored or a new source plugged in.

Find everything you need at Ebuyer

If you are looking for a new Uninterruptible Power Supply we have both rack mounted and tower systems. You can also find all the extras you need including batteries and power distributor units. And don’t forget to check out our range of UPS accessories including surge suppressors, cable organisers and extended run enclosures.

You will find great deals on all our UPS products and if you order today before 11pm we can deliver your items tomorrow (terms and conditions apply).