I am setting up an experiment that will need to run for 15 days straight and I am using a Raspberry Pi as a data logger. In my place power outages occurs from time to time. I am searching for cheap options to power my Rasp.Pi for at least 24 hour power interruption. I found this cheap UPS
with this following specifications:
Max Wattage: 600V watts Input Voltage: 220V AC Voltage Range: 165~275V AC Frequency: 60Hz Output Voltage regulation (Batt: Model) 220VAC ± 10% Frequency: 60Hz ± 1Hz Waveform; simulated sine-wave Battery Transfer Time <6Ms (Typical) Battery Type: 12V DC Recharge Time: 5hrs to 90% after discharge Battery Protection; Over discharge protection & Short circuit Protection by Fuse Function With advantage battery management Display: LED status indicators for AC normal (Green), Back-up (Yellow), UPS cut-off (Red) Alarm: Buzzer on for Back-up mode, battery low, overload Output Short Protection: AC fuse and Electronic circuit (Back-up mode) AVR (Auto Voltage Regulation) DC star Function Auto-Restart UPS Over/Under Voltage Protection Environment Operating Temperature: 0-40ºC Relative Humidity: 0~95%, non-condensing Audible Noise: <40dB at 1M Physical Dimension: 356mm x 130mm x 232mm Fuse: 4A 250v Output socket: NEMA type 4 Socket Materials: ABS Plastic Net Weight: 3529 g Gross Weight: 3622 g
Is this set-up possible for me? I don't have any knowledge on electrical aspects but I really need the pi to log my data continuously for 15 days please help me.