NEC NP600s projector

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I have a 1000VA microteck twinguard UPS(http://www.microtekchennai.com/li1000va.html) and a NEC NP600S Projector(http://www.projectorcentral.com/projector_spec_sheet.cfm?part_id=4735) which consumes power supply of 350watt, But when power goes down,the ups is unable to provide backup to the projector. The UPS is a new one. I want to know wheather the UPS is not sufficient for the projector or any thing more is required ?
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  1. is the projector really that much of a necessity that it needs to be hooked up to a ups?
  2. iam2thecrowe said:
    is the projector really that much of a necessity that it needs to be hooked up to a ups?



    Yes ,sir. Here regularly presentations are going on.
  3. No one able to answer this , I changed the UPS with another 1000KVA and similar issue .. What is happening ?
  4. Quote:
    UPS is not sufficient.When you buy a new ups you need to charge its battery for atleast 10hours.



    It has been charged for than 24 hours and its remain always charged.
  5. Incandescent bulbs (like the projector)-presents a reactive (inductive) load to the UPS. I give you what can and cannot be connected to a UPS.

    WHAT EQUIPMENT CAN BE CONNECTED TO A UPS

    * All Computer Equipment such as Servers, Modems, Hubs, Patch Panels etc.
    * Emergency Lightning, Theater Lights, Intensive Care Units
    * Security, Closed Circuit TV, Fire and Alarm Systems.
    * Switch Boards, Fax Machines, Dot Matrix and Bubble Jet Printers.

    WHAT EQUIPMENT MUST NOT BE CONNECTED TO A UPS.

    * Lazer Printers, Photo Copy Machines and Lazer/Fax/Photo Copiers.
    * Kettels, Urn's, Heaters, Refrigerators and Air
    * Fluorescent Lights, or any type of Light with a starter Coil or projector.
    * Another UPS. Accept where the 2nd UPS is less than 10% of the main UPS.
  6. dEAne said:
    Incandescent bulbs (like the projector)-presents a reactive (inductive) load to the UPS. I give you what can and cannot be connected to a UPS.

    WHAT EQUIPMENT CAN BE CONNECTED TO A UPS

    * All Computer Equipment such as Servers, Modems, Hubs, Patch Panels etc.
    * Emergency Lightning, Theater Lights, Intensive Care Units
    * Security, Closed Circuit TV, Fire and Alarm Systems.
    * Switch Boards, Fax Machines, Dot Matrix and Bubble Jet Printers.

    WHAT EQUIPMENT MUST NOT BE CONNECTED TO A UPS.

    * Lazer Printers, Photo Copy Machines and Lazer/Fax/Photo Copiers.
    * Kettels, Urn's, Heaters, Refrigerators and Air
    * Fluorescent Lights, or any type of Light with a starter Coil or projector.
    * Another UPS. Accept where the 2nd UPS is less than 10% of the main UPS.



    So how will I give power to the projector ? Here powercut happens a lot of time. :o
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