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|TAIYOYUDEN: 2× DVD-R||GBxxxxxx|
|TYG01: 4× DVD-R||GDxxxxxx|
|TYG02: 8× DVD-R||GGxxxxxx|
|TYG03: 16× DVD-R||GHxxxxxx|
|TYG11: 8× DVD-R DL||BGxxxxxx*|
|YUDEN000 T01: 4× DVD+R||TCxxxxxx or TSxxxxxx|
|YUDEN000 T02: 8× DVD+R||TGxxxxxx|
|YUDEN000 T03: 16× DVD+R||THxxxxxx|
I guess it depends on what you have and what you need.
My latest is from Walmart:
The other 1500VA PowerPro1500E Minuteman has a fan that runs all the time.
I also have APC BackUPS 1500VA (both old white and new black), two inverters (1500w and 2500w) and some smaller units. The new APC fan runs for 4 hours even if the power drops for 1 second.
Do you expect to record during a power failure? Do you just want to just keep a powered off unit maintain it's schedule and time?
You could probably upgrade to the 515H for what a good UPS will cost. But the UPS does other things, like power your router & cable/DSL modem, answering machine, TV, STB, and probably computer for a while.
Is it a problem to plug the UPS into a power strip? I am running out of outlets. Right now I have the tv, vcr, dvd and both directv boxes in one power strip. We have an antenna booster that is plugged directly into the wall. I don't think it'll reach the current power strips we are using. I'd rather not plug everything into the UPS or it won't last as long in an outage (although I do realize the dtv box has to be on it if it was in the middle of a recording).
It does unless you have a recording in progress when the power goes out. When that happened to me I had to do a soft reset.
|Magnavox Mdr515h 500gb Hdd And Dvd R With Digital Tuner|