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$55 device keeps your home internet on during blackouts

June 25th, 2018 at 8:00 PM
How To Keep Internet In During Blackout

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When your power goes out during a storm, the outage typically only lasts for a few hours at most. Those few hours can seem like an eternity when your Wi-Fi goes down, though. Sure you can use your phone and burn through all your mobile data, or you can pick up a simple $55 device that’ll keep your home Wi-Fi network alive the entire time. The APC 600VA UPS Battery Backup & Surge Protector is being discounted right now on Amazon, and it packs more than enough power to keep your modem and router alive during a blackout. It turns on automatically when the power goes out so you don’t have to do a thing, and you can even connect your laptop and mobile devices to recharge them.

Here are some key details from the product page:

  • 600VA / 330W UPS Battery Backup Power Supply
  • 7 Total Outlets: 5 Battery Backup plus Surge Protection; 2 Surge Protection Only
  • One USB Charging Port (1.5A). Output Frequency (sync to mains) : 47 – 63 Hz
  • Replaceable Battery (APCRBC154 sold separately)
  • 5′ Power Cord (right-angle 3-prong wall plug), wall-mountable holes, plus FREE PowerChute power-management software
  • Backed by APC’s 3 Year Warranty
APC UPS, 600VA UPS Battery Backup & Surge Protector, BE600M1 Backup Battery Power Supply, USB C… List Price:$74.99 Price:$64.99 You Save:$10.00 (13%) Buy Now Available from Amazon, BGR may receive a commission

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