Question about QVS NetStar (UPS650A) UPS System
A four second transfer time is way too long by at least an order of magnitude. There is no way the power supply in a PC can maintain for that long a time.
If you are in a real critical environment I would recommend going to a UPS which runs continuously and runs off a battery which is charged whenever utility power is available. That way there is no transfer time.
These offline units are harder to find however.
I suspect your UPS system is defective.
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
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