I purchased the Cyberpower 1500VA UPS this one here (EU Version - 6 outlets, 3 battery and 3 surge)
Wall outlet ---> Powerline with an outlet passthrough (netgear PLP1200) ---> Power strip ---> Devices
1 Desk Lamp
1 Ethernet Switch Port
1 charging adapter
8 plugs in total, running into the wall outlet for 2 years now just fine
I purchased a Cyberpower 1500VA UPS that has 3 battery outputs and 3 surge. 6 in total. Thing is that i need 4 battery outputs (ideally) for: PC, Monitor, Modem, Router and 8 outlets in total...so i have couple options i guess...
I was thinking what if i use an outlet splitter like:
1 goes for the UPS Cyberpower
1 goes for the powerline and via the it's passthrough i connect the power strip
1 goes for a very small UPS for modem only
this is one way i was thinking of.
Another way idea could be
Wall outlet ---> powerline with passthrough ---> power strip (non surge) ---> UPS
I also have another smaller UPS that was provided from my provider for my modem because its a VOIP line, its a small 300w UPS. Could i connect 2 UPSs on the power strip
I am really confused....!