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CyberPower 725SL I have a cyberPower 725SL and I want to make sure that my big screen tv will be protected from surges. Which of the outlets do I plug in the tv, the one that just says Surge or the one that says Battery Surge?

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Hi im wesley. you plug it into surge you only plug it into battery surge if you are running a backup battery supply for your tv

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What is this used for


Perfect for Home, Shop & Hobbyist. * Input: 115V AC, 60Hz, 270 Watts. * Output: 13.8V DC. * 12 AMP Constant/14 AMP Surge. * Powers Cellular Phones,12V DC CB Radios, Scanners, HAM Radios, Autosound Systems. * Screw Terminal Connectors. * Electronic Overload Protection w/ Auto Reset. * Short Circuit & Thermal Protection. * Fuse Protected. * LED Condition Indicators. * Heavy Duty Cabinet & Heatsink w/Anti-Skid Rubber Feet. * Dimensions:7.87'L x 7.16'W x 4.72'H

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Surge Protection


Here is a few tips to look for in a good surge protector:

1. Response time should be less than 1 nanosecond.

2. Energy absorption/dissipation should be at a rating of 600 joules or more.

3. Clamping voltage should be 330 V to 400 V. Generally, a clamping voltage more than 400 V is too high.

4. Get one with a an indicator light that tells you if the protection components are functioning. All MOVs (Metal oxide varistors (MOV) are semiconductors that protect electronic components and systems from transient voltages) will burn out after repeated power surges, but the protector will still function as a power strip. Without an indicator light, you have no way of knowing if your protector is still functioning properly.

5. Get one that has self test function. A button you push to test it.

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Hi, I want to use the DC power supply disconnected from the motherboard. When all connectors to the powersupply are disconnected the fan in the power supply is not rotating and no 12 volt DC is...


As long as you're not talking about hooking it up to anything else, as in a hobby project, then the best thing to do is go out and get yourself a power supply tester. Office Depot still sells Antec ones in my city for under $20, and I recently bought one or two over eBay, direct from China, for under $4--shipping incl--each!
You just plug the tester up to the PS, plug the PS into the wall outlet, turn it on, and ...there you go!
Just one word of warning--be careful with Bestec power supplies--nothing personal against the company itself, but they should all be replaced before they damage your computer. I never worked on any eMachine with one of these power supplies, which had a hardware-related problem, where there wasn't damage to the motherboard due to their Bestec power supplies. They are not properly 'fused' to protect your computer against spikes, surges, etc.

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If I remove the power supply from the computer and then plug it into an electrical outlet why won't it produce any voltages?


This is a Very Good Question!
It is to protect you and what things maybe by
You know those two plugs that are plugged into your MB.
When on the board they close the circuit.
Now Sometimes there are schematics that tell you which one to jumper, but that takes research and the model of your supply

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I have a Cyber-Power 425 VA and I think it has been tripped by a power outage recently. I was able to get my computer & monitor working again by removing them from the surge protector and plugging them...


Probably should be tossed. But you can try plugging a standard lamp into it. If it powers your good on that aspect but no way to know if surge pretection is still valid.

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I was using my Monster Power PowerCenter PC 800 power surge protector. My tv was running off it, Xbox360, and I had an iron plugged in too. All of the sudden it shut everything off and had a high pitch...


You have to open it up. Check for busted fuse, or a burnt
part. Your Power Center PC800 just experienced an overload. It could have blown an internal fuse at the least
and a burnt out part at its worst.

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Protection light blinks and beeping


it has been through an overload (hence the protection light) and needs its breaker to be reset (look for a poped out button and push it back in) or it needs a new fuse (replace ONLY WITH THE EXACT SAME MODEL OF FUSE or it will either blow too early or too late (or not at all) when there is a surge.

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Dell Dimension 4600 model DMC has no power


The power supply is a good place to start, as it is easily checked by a local tech with a load tester and readily replaced, usually for about $30.00. It's possible the power switch itself has failed, but this is more unusual, particularly if it worked well before. If you didn't have the system plugged into a good surge protector, the power supply is what would take the hit.
Here's a good troubleshooting article that may help to shed further light on your situation, but I'd take the power supply or desktop in and have somebody take a quick look. A reliable shop will test it for free, and be happy to supply you with a new one for a moderate cost plus installation.
Then buy her a surge protector so it doesn't happen again, or worse...

I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread.
If I've managed to answer your question or solve a problem, please take just a moment to rate this post....thanks!

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