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Old July 12, 2013, 07:04 PM
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Which UPS is recommended for Foscam FI8910W Wireless IP Camera and the Asus RT-N66U wireless router?
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Old July 12, 2013, 07:32 PM
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what run time needed

30.4 watts router 19vdc@1.6amp
5 watts cam 5vdc@2amp
35.4 total

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Old November 27, 2013, 04:01 AM
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What is your overall requirement? Is it just for the two you've mentioned? I have a bigger level of networking for which I usually have the Staticon UPSes. There are different output options. Check this link: StatiVolt UPS Systems | Telecom DC Power Products - Staticon Ltd, Ontario
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Old November 27, 2013, 07:18 AM
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The most important part of UPS selection is runtime you are looking for and the protection level you require.

How long did you want everything to stay on?
On the Intranet in my house I have all the Networking running on an APC1300XS unit, gives me 2 1/2 hours of internal online time should the lights go out. Its overkill but works well enough.

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Old November 27, 2013, 07:27 AM
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The most important part of UPS selection is runtime you are looking for and the protection level you require.

How long did you want everything to stay on?
On the Intranet in my house I have all the Networking running on an APC1300XS unit, gives me 2 1/2 hours of internal online time should the lights go out. Its overkill but works well enough.

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I went in a different direction... all I'm worried about on the UPS is my household network backbone (modem, router, switch) so that I've got internet access with my battery powered devices during a power failure.
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yes VOIP devices would be great to have a life line on UPS
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Careful, the UPS troll is going to come back..... ;)
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I've always used Opti-UPS. The issue with attaching a UPS to an IP camera is finding where to "hide" the UPS....
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I've always used Opti-UPS. The issue with attaching a UPS to an IP camera is finding where to "hide" the UPS....
POE? Router hooked up to ups? Would that work?

Edit: Lol...if we could only perfect "wireless" POE

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