Question about NetGear WGR614 Wireless Router
I have wireless antena which i want to put a powe back up for. I have two batteries and an Inverter. how can I set them up?
Having only two batteries and an inverter is not an UPS (uninterrupted power supply) does not make a backup power system.
How are the batteries charged up and maintained?
What is the output voltage from the inverter?
Does this voltage suit the Netgear wireless router?
I suggest you get a proper UPS and connect the Netgear power adapter to the UPS. There are small UPS units available 350VA which will suit your needs.
I use a larger UPS from APC for my computer and my wireless router and found the unit very reliable.
Check out APC WEB site - click on this link - then your country and select back-UPS ES for home computers :-
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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