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    Will i switch off the UPS power button after pc shutdown,

    Or will i always keep ON the UPS power button

    And does it consume any electricity if i keep turned on the UPS power button

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    Quote Originally Posted by red devils View Post
    Will i switch off the UPS power button after pc shutdown,

    Or will i always keep ON the UPS power button

    And does it consume any electricity if i keep turned on the UPS power button
    If you want to screw with switching it off, then switch it off. Mine is always on.

    The amount of electricity it uses is minimal. Do you unplug your alarm clock after you wake up? Silly isn't it?

    Just leave it on.



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    So that means the monitor light will also be on right????

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    Quote Originally Posted by red devils View Post
    So that means the monitor light will also be on right????
    Then turn off your monitor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rossco View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by red devils View Post
    So that means the monitor light will also be on right????
    Then turn off your monitor?
    Exactly. Don't forget to unplug your refrigerator, microwave, clocks, alarm clocks, VCR, DVD player, electric toothbrush, cell phone charger, coffee maker, and toaster.

    Those little standby lights are energy suckers.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Skizo View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by rossco View Post
    Then turn off your monitor?
    Exactly. Don't forget to unplug your refrigerator, microwave, clocks, alarm clocks, VCR, DVD player, electric toothbrush, cell phone charger, coffee maker, and toaster.
    Good advice


    But going back to the original question, you'd need to keep the UPS on, to ensure that the battery stays charged up.

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