Question about APC Computers & Internet
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A good PC power supply has "power factor correction" and brings the power factor to nearly 1.0.
A 1000VA UPS can support 900V or more load.
A cheaper PC power supply without "power factor correction" will draw more current. A 1000VA UPS can only support about 600W load.
Posted on Aug 20, 2014
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