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APC Smart-UPS C 1500VA 2U LCD 120V

  • SKU: SMC1500-2U
  • Manufacturer: APC
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Specifications SMC1500-2U

General Information
Product NameSMC1500-2U Smart-UPS C 1500VA 2U LCD 120V
Product LineSmart-UPS
Product ModelSMC1500-2U
Product TypeLine-interactive UPS
Technical Information
Receptacles6 x NEMA 5-15R
Battery Information
Backup / Run Time (Full Load)6 Minute
Maximum Battery Recharge Time3 Hour
Power Description
Load Capacity (VA)1500 VA
Load Capacity (Watt)900 W
Input Voltage110 V AC
Output Voltage120 V AC
Physical Characteristics
Rack Height2U
Form FactorRack-mountable
Environmentally FriendlyYes
Environmental CertificationREACH, RoHS
Other Information
Product FamilySmart-UPS
Backup / Run Time (Half Load)18 Minute
Serial PortYes
Number of Batteries1
Battery CharacteristicsMaintenance-free
Certifications & StandardsCSA, NOM, UL 1778, UL 1449
Plug / Connector TypeNEMA 5-15P
Hot SwappableYes
Battery ChemistrySealed Lead Acid (SLA)

APC SMC1500-2U

APC Smart-UPS C 1500VA 2U LCD 120V

Smart-UPS™ are trusted by millions of IT professionals throughout the world to protect equipment and critical data from costly interruptions by supplying reliable, network-grade power reliably and efficiently. Available in a variety of forms factors and classes (entry level, standard and extended run), there is a model for nearly every application and budget. Standard models are the most popular UPS in the world for business servers, storage and network devices and have long been considered the benchmark for reliability and manageability. Entry level Smart-UPS models are an economical choice for small and medium businesses looking to protect small networking devices, point-of-sale (POS) equipment and entry level servers. The extended run models accept external battery packs for long runtime to power critical servers, security and communication systems through outages that could last hours.