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CyberPower AVRG900LCD Intelligent LCD UPS System, 900VA/480W, 12 Outlets, AVR, Compact
- 900VA/480W AVR Battery Backup Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) System
- 12 NEMA 5-15R OUTLETS: Six battery backup & surge protected outlets, six surge protected outlets safeguard desktop computers, workstations, networking devices and home entertainment equipment
- Data line protection: prevents power surges that travel through telephone lines from causing damage to electronics
- AUTOMATIC VOLTAGE REGULATION (AVR): Corrects minor power fluctuations without switching to battery power, thereby extending the life of the battery
- 3-YEAR WARRANTY INCLUDING THE BATTERY; $200,000 Connected Equipment Guarantee and FREE PowerPanel Personal Edition Management Software (Download)
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Uninterruptible Power Supply System
Why Do You Need a UPS System?
Even brief power outages can result in data loss or potential hardware damage. A UPS system provides battery backup power to keep your devices running during short outages and provides enough runtime to properly shut down electronics during extended outages.
Typical Applications for the AVRG900LCD
Ensure seamless power to your PC and make certain you have time to safely shut down your system during a longer outage.
Keep your smart-home devices connected to your WIFI during power outages and brownouts.
Don’t let the game end when the power goes out. Backup battery power keeps gaming consoles, stereos, and chargers running.
Protect sensitive televisions, projectors, satellites, and cable boxes from power surges and spikes.
CyberPower AVRG Automatic Voltage Regulation UPS Series
How long will the UPS power my systems after the power goes out?
Run times vary based on the power required by connected devices. This system is estimated run for 10 minutes at half load, 2 minutes for a full load.
Can this UPS model be monitored?
The AVRG900LCD comes with a free download of PowerPanel Personal provides a user-friendly dashboard interface for controlling and monitoring the UPS.
Do all of the outlets have battery backup power and surge protection?
No, not all of the outlets have battery backup power. The AVRG900LCD has (6) battery backup and surge protected outlets and (6) surge protected outlets.
Can the batteries on this UPS replaced?
Yes, this unit can have the batteries replaced. The replacement battery cartridge is the CyberPower RB1290A.
How do I mute the alarms?
To turn the Alarm Off, quickly press the power button twice. You will hear two short beeps when the Alarm is turned Off. To turn the Alarm back ON, quickly press the power button twice. You will hear a single short beep when the Alarm is turned On.
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A compact UPS with line interactive topology, the CyberPower AVRG900LCD provides battery backup (using simulated sine wave output) and surge protection for desktop computers, workstations, networking devices, and home entertainment systems. The AVRG900LCD uses automatic voltage regulation (AVR) to correct minor power fluctuations without switching to battery power, which extends battery life. Avr is essential in areas where power fluctuations occur frequently. The AVRG900LCD comes with a three year warranty (including coverage of batteries) and a $200, 000 connected equipment guarantee.
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Another reason for writing this review is that I have been disappoined by uninformed and unhelpful reviews for most UPS units while making my buying decision. Specifically, generic complaints that a unit "doesn't last as long as other units" is arbitrary and unhelpful. This type of review doesn't indicate the load placed on the unit during power loss. These types of reviews also don't indicate their operational requirements -- do customers use their UPS to give them time for an orderly shutdown or do they continue to use UPS power until the unit runs out of battery power? To make matters worse, other Amazon customers indicate that these general comments are helpful -- they aren't! Nor does anyone take the time to educate buyers that a UPS is not a substitute for a generator. My suggestion before buying a UPS, consider the power draw that will be placed on the unit during power loss, and review your operational requirements after a power loss. And I'll say it -- a UPS is NOT a generator. It's purpose is to inform you of a power loss and give you and opportunity for an ordered shut down to protect your systems. After a power outage, the purpose of a UPS is not to allow you to continue working until the end of battery life.
I noticed the display was also empty. Clear and void. So I began to unplug things, one by one, hoping just maybe this UPS will shut the f... Except with each cord unplugged I start to realize this too isn't working. And with the last plug finally out I'm hoping I've put a stop to this UPS' anger. Except it's still god damn beeping. I push the reset button - nothing. I'm now lifting this box over my head thinking there's gotta be SOMETHING. Some way to end this nightmare.
I began to bring the UPS to the storage room outside so I don't have to be woken by this god forsaken box except I opted to try ONE more thing. Now I'm in another room, digging through the tool chest for a screwdriver to take the battery out at seven in the morning, when I should've been looking for the sledge hammer in the shed. I open the UPS and see the battery. I then carefully remove the battery from the terminals and finally I'm relieved of the most annoying beeping sound I've heard in my life from any device. Thinking this is a "hard" reset I put the battery back in.
It starts to beep again.
February 23, 2019 - April 10, 2019
46 days. You decide if you want to buy it or not.
For those of you new to the idea of having a backup system: Two things: Don't expect to unpack and think you are ready to plug in your system. It has to charge for eight hours before use. Two, somewhere in the tiny 4 point print you will be advised to download the software. Quite frankly it was frustrating to find the right one in the gobbledy gook of the website. They used to provide a CD. Not anymore. At least they could print the URL in fat 14 point font. Alas.
Ok, minor points overall, but if you are forewarned, you can deal with it easily.
Look elsewhere for your UPS needs.