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CyberPower CP550SLG Standby UPS 550VA 330W Compact
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- 550VA/340 Watts UPS system - Protects PCs, peripherals and personal electronics. Prevents data loss and interruptions that can cause lost product configurations.
- GreenPower UPS - reduces energy consumption up to 75% compared to competitive models.
- Output Connections: (4) Battery Backup & Surge Protected Outlets, (4) Surge Protected Outlets
- RJ11 - DSL / Phone Surge Protection - USB Management Port
- Power Panel Personal Edition Software Included - Compact Desktop Form Factor - 3 Year Warranty
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- Brand Name: CyberPower
- Model Number: CP550SLG
- Item Height: 6 inches
- Item Length: 3 inches
- Item Width: 9.75 inches
From the Manufacturer
- Capacity: 550VA / 330W
- Topology: Standby
- Waveform: Simulated sine wave
- Plug type & cord: NEMA 5-15P, 5 ft. cord
- Outlet types: 8 × NEMA 5-15R
- Communication ports: USB
- Data line protection: Telephone
The CyberPower Standby CP550SLG provides battery backup and surge protection
For PCs and other electronics
A compact UPS with standby topology, the CyberPower Standby CP550SLG provides battery backup (using simulated sine wave output) and surge protection for desktop computers, workstations, networking devices, and home entertainment systems. During power interruptions, the CP550SLG offers reliable power protection and battery backup.
- What's in the box (1) UPS system, (1) User’s manual, and (1) USB A+B type cable
- Management software: PowerPanel personal edition
- ENERGY STAR qualified
Why You Need It
When power goes out for even a second it can result in data loss and hardware damage which can shorten equipment life expectancy. This battery backup unit provides sufficient emergency runtime power to allow for safe closure of open files and proper shut down of electronics when an outage occurs. In addition, it safeguards electronics from commonly occurring power surges caused by storms, activity on the power grid, or high-powered equipment turning on and off.
Provides backup power and surge protection for home and small office computers, wired and wireless network routers and modems, home theater systems, game consoles, and personal electronics. Safeguards valuable documents, photos, videos, and music files from loss or damage due to power fluctuations and surges as well as uncontrolled equipment shutdown caused by power interruptions.
Power Management Software
PowerPanel Personal Edition software is available free for download with all UPS systems with a USB or serial port. The software features a user-friendly dashboard interface for controlling and monitoring a CyberPower UPS systems. Its advanced functionality includes; runtime management, self testing, event logging and more.
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Top Customer Reviews
My brother has multiple handicaps and uses his laptop as his primary entertainment point. Recently his area (not far from my home) has begun suffering blackouts of several minutes to several hours duration. He asked me to select an UPS to keep his DSL modem / wireless router running. Of course I turned to Amazon and selected this model from Cyberpower.
The Westell's wall wart consumes around 7 watts. When this arrived, I charged it for 8 hours then pulled the plug with a 15 watt CFL lamp on the backup outlet. An hour later the lamp was still lit and the UPS wasn't indicating pending shutdown.
As to the green claim, it stands up. I am a 56 year old tech geek and purchased the P3 International P4400 Kill A Watt Electricity Usage Monitor from Amazon back when it was introduced. I used it to measure the watts drawn while charging then in battery maintenance. This unit does consume far less power maintaining the battery as compared to the standard CPS425SL.
Some of my Cyberpower UPS are more than 7 years old and only now are needing their batteries replaced. Battery replacement is simply removing 6 or more screws from the bottom of the UPS models I own, opening it up, unplugging the old battery, then reversing the process to install the new battery.Read more ›
I have installed a LOT of CyberPower UPS's over the last three years... I moved from (Brand) and (Brand) to CyberPower in 2006. Only one failed system in all that time. Outstanding. Now, I tried to buy the CP550SL ... but it is replaced with this one... I bought 4 of them only to find that at 2 minutes of power, I've wasted my money. The old model weighed in at over 12 lbs... 5.6lbs of battery. Now, the new unit is 6.3 lbs total. I am currently researching to figure out what new UPS brand to use for SMB servers and workstations.
If they had created a new model number that was different enough from the old one, I wouldn't have just bought them without the detailed review I normally do...
I am pleased that the manufacturer has responded confirming the 2 minutes of run time.
Recommendation: Only buy UPS's with user-replaceable batteries (not this one), because the electronics should be good for two or three batteries of life-time. Make sure you have enough time to think and turn off... which to me means at least 8 minutes of runtime (not this one).
While I could say more, the KEY factor that is over-shadowed by the CHEAP price associated with this product is the fact that its "simulated sine wave" is actually a square wave. Square waves pound your PC power supplies with an extraordinarily poor quality of power. In addition, given this unit's output Power Factor, less than 0.53 (where PF = Watts/VA), it is as priced, IMO, a piece of junk. Yet, given its price and bogus CEG Warranty, many consumers are attracted to purchase a product that lulls them into a false sense of security while this unit (in UPS mode) destroys your PC's power supplies - and in the event of a CEG Warranty claim, because the unit will "no doubt" test fine, the consumer LOSES the claim when it was this UPS that caused the failure.
In my professional opinion, ALL COMPANIES that promote CEG Warranties (or similar) should be required to offer a 35% discount to any consumer who elects to REJECT said CEG Warranty from the date of purchase. In the absence of an alternative solution, I find no remedy for every consumer who has ever been worked over by companies like CyberPower after filing a CEG Warranty (or equivalent) claim.
Sadly, similar warranties are often promoted by UPS companies that I have specified and installed on my projects. I have seen 225 KVA UPS systems (a few orders of magnitude larger than this unit) offer $10MM (million) warranties that have never found their equipment to be the fault of the problem.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought a few of these for the office and they work well. A little cheaper than other leading brands.Published 12 days ago by Ray D