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@Murmur1986Your 430watt UPS is theoretically capable of powering your TV since the TV is probably less than 100Watt. Fairly similar to an office PC & monitor. Mid upper range gaming PCs pull just over 200Watt under load - based on my Core i7, 32GB RAM, 7x 3TB HDDs, GTX2060 Super - it pulls around 212Watt playing 2021/2022 games at 4K. Excluding the monitor...An 18Ah battery is probably not going to give you much of a lifespan unfortunately. Your UPS is probably equipped with a 9Ah (or maybe 7Ah) battery as standard, so an 18Ah is only double the capacity/ runtime.UPS internal inverters are sadly rather inefficient and waste a lot of energy compared to dedicated inverters, the reason being that a UPS is designed to run for 15 to 20 minutes for a computer user to save their work and shut down, or for the generator to kick in and power the building.The UPS would be able to charge an 18Ah battery, time would be the limiting factor mostly since chargers don't have a high output (you've probably seen that they have fairly thin wires).For a load shedding TV power solution you'd be best off getting a dedicated inverter, e.g. a 650watt camping/caravaning inverter and a car battery/ or a deep cycle battery of say 65Ah or a pair of batteries if your inverter of choice is 24V instead of 12V. Though I suggest a camping unit because many of them are 12V. And get a nice automotive charger like an Optimate.Asking at the camping shops will get you a lot of information for free based on their experiences so far battery life and so on are concerned.Also, going with a big'ish battery is better, the less you draw from it, the longer the theoretical life span of the battery will be.The moment you start using UPS as a solution for loadshedding you'll start to see how quickly those little 9Ah batteries go vrot. Running them flat twice a day for a week or two will already start having a negative impact on how long they can deliver.So yeah, rather buy a car battery for a grand and a half than spend R450 on an 18Ah that's going to go bad in a month or two and need to be replaced. They aren't covered by warranties for anything other than manufacturing defects.Alternatively you can go with a real inverter +/- 5kVA and a Lithium Iron-Phosphate battery or two. That sort of setup is in the region of R50K, plus another +/- R18K for 4x 650watt solar panels. That would get a smartly configured home almost totally off grid. You'd literally just power your geyser now and then from mains.With the price of electricity in South africa, spending 40 grand on just panels and an inverter will break even after maybe 4 years - I paid around R16 000p/a for electricity before the most recent price increase.TBH I don't actually know what I'm paying right now for electricity because I haven't received an invoice for more than 18 months and my Tshwane metro online account is "inaccessible".I just go to Pick 'n Pay and drop 3 grand every month. Should be okay since I switched to a gas stove/oven end of last year and every light is now LED... so far so good, they haven't cut off my power yet... 2b1af7f3a8