Back-Ups: APC UPS Battery Backup and Surge Protector, 600VA Backup Battery Power Supply, BE600M1 Back-UPS with USB Charger Port : Electronics

APC Back-UPS Series |

Peace of mind from the world’s most trusted UPS.

The Back-UPS battery backup offers guaranteed power and surge protection for wireless networks, computers, gaming consoles and other electronics in your home or business. Models supply battery backup during outages and unsafe voltage fluctuations, as well as provide protection from damaging surges and spikes. They’re available in ‘tower’ or ‘floor’ styles, and together with a variety of standard features, they are the perfect choice to protect your data and keep you connected.

APC Back-UPS 350

APC Back-UPS 500 (beige)

APC Back-UPS 500 (black)

APC Back-UPS 650

APC Back-UPS BE600M1, 600VA, 120V,1 USB charging port

APC Back-UPS BE850G2, 850VA, 2 USB charging ports

Features & Benefits:

Battery failure notification Provides early-warning fault analysis on batteries enabling timely preventive maintenance
Battery-protected and surge-only outlets Reserves power capacity and run time for connected equipment that require battery back-up while providing surge only protection for less critical equipment
Cold-start capable Provides temporary battery power when the utility power is out.
Hot-swappable batteries Ensures clean, uninterrupted power to protected equipment while batteries are being replaced
Disconnected battery notification Warns when a battery is not available to provide backup power.
Dataline Surge Protection Provides protection of connected equipment from power surges on the data lines.
Automatic self-test Periodic battery self-test ensures early detection of a battery that needs to be replaced.
Audible alarms Provides notification of changing utility power and UPS conditions.
User-replaceable batteries Increases availability by allowing a trained user to perform upgrades and replacements of the batteries reducing Mean Time to Repair (MTTR)
Transformer-block spaced outlets Protect equipment with input transformer blocks without blocking access to other receptacles.
Intelligent battery management Maximizes battery performance, life, and reliability through intelligent, precision charging.
Safety-agency approved Ensures the product has been tested and approved to work safely with the connected service provider equipment and within the specified environment. UL, FCC, CE, C-Tick approvals.
Lifetime data recovery warranty Provides peace of mind by providing professional data recovery services in the event data is lost due to the failure of the unit.
Battery replacement without tools Allows quick, easy battery replacement.
LED status indicators Quickly understand unit and power status with visual indicators.

Runtime Chart:

Watts 50 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 Full Half
VA~ 80 160 320 480 640 800 960 1120 1280 Load Load
BE350G 24 min 10 min 2 min 2 min (100 Watts) 9 min (200 Watts)
BK350 47 min 19 min 5 min 5 min (210 Watts) 18 min (105 Watts)
BK500 1 hrs 2 mins 26 min 8 min 2 min 2 min (300 Watts) 14 min (150 Watts)
BK500BLK 1 hrs 2 mins 26 min 8 min 2 min 2 min (300 Watts) 14 min (150 Watts)
BE550G 1 hrs 5 mins 28 min 10 min 4 min 3 min (330 Watts) 13 min (165 Watts)
BE650G 1 hrs 27 mins 38 min 15 min 7 min 4 min (390 Watts) 15 min (195 Watts)
BE750G 1 hrs 25 mins 36 min 14 min 7 min 3 min 2 min (450 Watts) 11 min (225 Watts)

Legacy Products

  • APC Back-UPS HS BH500NET

BR1500 – APC Back-UPS RS 1500VA 865W Refurbished

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APC Back-UPS RS 1500VA 865W
Model: BR1500
Input: NEMA 5-15P (120V – 15A)
Output: (2) NEMA 5-15R (Surge), (6) NEMA 5-15R (Battery & Surge)
Line Interactive UPS – Sinewave Output
New batteries, Refurbished UPS
1 Year Warranty Included
Extended Warranty
  • 1 Year Warranty 1 Year
    Included1 Year
  • 2 Year Warranty 2 Year
    +$28.002 Year
  • 3 Year Warranty 3 Year
    +$49. 003 Year


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Manufacturer: APC
APC Back-UPS RS 1500VA 865W 120V
New batteries, refurbished UPS
Part Number:
Maximum output: 865W / 1500VA
Typical backup time at half load:
12.4 minutes (432.5 Watts)
Typical backup time at full load:
3.7 minutes (865 Watts)
Warranty: 1 year full replacement warranty

APC Back-UPS RS 1500VA 865W BR1500 Manual

BR1500 – APC Back-UPS RS Specifications:


Main Input Voltage


Rated Power in W


Rated Power in VA


Input Connection Type

NEMA 5-15P

Output Connection Type

(6) NEMA 5-15R

(2) NEMA 5-15R (Surge)

Number of Rack Unit


Cable Length

6 ft (1. 83 m)

Number of Cables


Battery Type

Lead-Acid Battery



Number of Power Module Free Slots


Number of Power Module Filled Slots








14.61 in (37.1 cm)


3. 39 in (8.6 cm)


13.11 in (33.3 cm)

Net Weight

25.04 lb(US) (11.36 kg)

Mounting Location


Mounting Preference

No preference

Mounting Mode

Not rack-mountable

Two post mountable


USB Compatible



Network Frequency

47 – 63 Hz

Input Voltage Limits

78 – 152 V adjustable
88 – 148 V


Maximum Configurable Power in W


UPS Type

Line interactive

Maximum Output Current

12 A

Maximum configurable power in VA



Product Certifications

CUL listed
UL listed


Ambient Air Temperature for Operation

32 – 104 °F (0 – 40 °C)

Relative Humidity

0 – 95 %

Operating Altitude

0 – 10000 ft

Ambient Air Temperature for Storage

23 – 113 °F (-5 – 45 °C)

Storage Relative Humidity

0 – 95 %

Storage Altitude

0 – 50000 ft (0. 00 – 15240.00 m)

Acoustic Level

45 dBA

Heat Dissipation

180 Btu/h

Batteries & Runtime:

Number of Battery Filled Slots


Number of Battery Free Slots


Battery Recharge Time

8 h

Number of Battery Replacement Quantity


Battery Charger Power

32 W rated

Battery Power in VAH

260 VAh runtime

Battery Life

4 – 6 year(s)

Replacement Battery


Battery Option

BR24BP 1 518 VAh

Extended Runtime


Communications & Management:

Control Panel

LED status display with on line : on battery : replace battery and overload indicators


Alarm when on battery : distinctive low battery alarm : configurable delays

Surge Protection and Filtering:

Surge Energy Rating

420 J

Noise Suppression

Full time multi-pole noise filtering : 5% IEEE surge let-through : zero clamping response time : meets UL 1449

Data Line Protection

RJ11 modem/fax/DSL protection (two wire single line)

Additional Info

Additional Info

Manufacturer APC
Form Factor Tower
Waveform in Battery Mode Pure Sinewave
Input Voltage 120V AC
Output (VA) 1500VA
Output Voltage 120V AC
PDU Total Outlets No
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Backup and recovery in Windows

Windows 11 Windows 10 More…Less

In Windows 11, you can restore files from a backup created using Backup and Restore or File History.

Restoring files using the file log

  1. Connect an external storage device containing backup files.

  2. In the search box on the taskbar, type control panel , and then select it from the list of results.

  3. org/ListItem”>

    Enter File log in the search field in the control panel. Select Back up files using file history in the list of results.

  4. Follow the instructions to restore files.

Restoring files using backup and restore

  1. Connect an external storage device containing backup files.

  2. In the search box on the taskbar, type control panel .

  3. org/ListItem”>

    Select it from the list of results, and then select Backup and Restore (Windows 7).

  4. Select a different backup to restore the files , select the location of the external storage device, and follow the instructions to restore the files.

Restoring Windows files and settings

If you choose to sync your settings from your Windows 10 or 11 device, they will automatically be restored to your new PC when you sign in with your Microsoft account. In Windows 11, you can also restore Microsoft Store apps and OneDrive folders. For more information about syncing settings, see Learn about Windows backup and sync settings.

Recovery options in Windows

Opening backup options

Backing up a computer using File History

Use File History to back up to an external drive or network folder. Select Start > Settings > Update & Security > backup > Add drive , and then select an external drive or network location for backups.

Restoring files using File History

If you notice that you are missing an important file or folder that you backed up, follow the steps below.

  1. In the search box on the taskbar, type file recovery , and then select File recovery using file history .

  2. Locate the desired file, and then use the arrows to scroll through all of its versions.

  3. org/ListItem”>

    When you find the correct version, select Restore to save it to its original location. To save a copy elsewhere, right-click the 9 button0007 Restore , select Restore to and specify a new location.

Search for backups created in previous versions of Windows

If you used Backup and Restore to create file or system image backups in previous versions of Windows, those backups will still be available in Windows 10. In the search box on the taskbar, type control panel . Then select Control Panel > System and Security > Backup and Restore (Windows 7).

Recovery options in Windows

Opening backup options

ISPmanager 5 Lite Documentation : Backups

A backup is a copy of all sites, databases and user mailboxes. Backups allow:

  • restore information in case of problems with the site;
  • restore the site when moving from server to server;
  • save data in case of possible server outages, software failures, hardware problems, etc.

The copy can be stored on the server with ISPmanager or in external storage. As external storage you can use:

  • Dropbox;
  • Google Drive;
  • Amazon S3;
  • S3 compatible storage;
  • FTP server;
  • SFTP server (with SSH connection).

By default, all users are automatically backed up once a day. You can set up a backup schedule. For details, see the article Backup module (isptar, current up-to-date module, c 5.52.0 ).

Please note!

Backup is not performed for directories and files that:

  • are located on mounted devices;
  • are symbolic links.

To work with backups go to Tools Backups .

Backup settings

When opening the Backups section for the first time ISPmanager prompts you to set backup settings. Press OK to specify the settings.

  1. Enable option Enable backup to perform backups with the specified settings.

    Pay attention!

    In order to enable/disable backup for a particular user, you need to enable/disable this option in the user settings.

  2. Select the storage location for the copies in the field Storage type .
  3. Enter Backup password .
  4. Specify the settings for the selected storage type:

    Local Directory


    Google Drive

    Amazon S3

    S3 Compatible Storage

    FTP Server

    SFTP Server (over SSH)

  5. Specify Copy Limits:
    1. Total size in bytes. You can specify the unit of measure in this field. For example, 100Mib.

      Pay attention!

      • For local storage, the limit applies separately to each cluster node. If the specified value is exceeded, the oldest backup copies will be deleted;
      • You can leave this field blank, in which case the backups will be kept until the storage runs out of space;
      • You can limit the total number of backups via the configuration file parameter BackupCountLimit. The default setting is 14 (7 daily and 7 weekly copies).
    2. Maximum number of Full backups .
    3. Maximum number of Daily backups .
    4. In the Exclude files field, specify which files should not be included in the backup. Each exception must be listed on a new line.

      Pay attention!

      • File paths are relative to the user’s home directory (the default is /var/www/username/ ). For example, data/.filemgr-tmp ;
      • You can use the character * to replace any characters in the file name.
    5. In field Exclude databases specify which databases should not be included in the backup. Each database must be specified on a new line.
  6. Press OK .

To change the presets, go to Tools Backups → button Settings .

Restoring data from a backup

Restoring a user and all their data

To restore user data from a backup, go to Tools Backups → select backup → button Details → select user → button Restore OK . When the data is restored, the ISPmanager interface will display the message “Restoring from backup completed successfully”.

Please note!

Existing files are not overwritten. Before restoring the user database, delete the database of the same name from the server. If this is not done, then ISPmanager will supplement the existing database, and will not restore it completely from the backup.

Restoring a deleted user

A deleted user can be restored from a backup under a different name. To do this, go to Tools Backups → select a copy → button Details → select user → button Restore as → specify Username to which the backup data will be restored or Create with a new name Ok . In this case, ISPmanager will not restore matching entities. Also, backups created under the old name will not be available to the user.

Please note!

If you restore a deleted user from an earlier backup, then the data from the later backups will not be available to him.