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CyberPower BRG1500AVRLCD Intelligent LCD UPS System, 1500VA/900W, 12 Outlets, AVR, Mini-Tower, 5-Year Warranty,Black
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|Item Dimensions LxWxH||14 x 3.9 x 11 inches|
About this item
- 1500VA/900W Intelligent LCD Battery Backup Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) System
- 12 NEMA 5-15R outlets: 6 battery backup & surge protected outlets, 6 surge protected outlets safeguard desktop computers, workstations, networking devices and home entertainment equipment. The UPS also includes two USB charge ports (2.1 Amps shared) to power portable devices
- Multifunction LCD panel: Displays immediate, detailed information on battery and power conditions, including: Estimated runtime, battery capacity, load capacity, etc.
- Automatic Voltage Regulation (AVR): Corrects minor power fluctuations without switching to battery power, thereby extending the life of the battery.
- 5-year warranty including the battery; $500,000 connected equipment guarantee and free PowerPanel personal edition management software (Download)
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From the manufacturer
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.
Where To Use
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 AVR UPS Systems
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 to run for 12 minutes at half load, 2 minutes for a full load.
Do all of the outlets have battery backup and surge protection?
No, not all of the outlets have battery backup power. The BRG1500AVRLCD has six battery backup and surge protected outlets and six surge protected outlets.
Can the BRG1500AVRLCD be monitored?
Yes, the BRG1500AVRLCD comes with a free download of PowerPanel Personal that provides a user-friendly dashboard interface for controlling and monitoring the UPS.
Can this unit run a sump pump, laser printer, or other larger office equipment?
We do not recommend using the BRG1500AVRLCD to power sump pumps, laser printers, paper shredders, space heaters or other large electrical devices. The power demands of these devices may overload the unit and cause damage.
How do I mute the alarms?
To turn the alarm off, press the button for 2 seconds. While muted, there will be no audible notification when the UPS reaches a lower battery state. Repeat steps to enable alarm.
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A mini-tower UPS with line interactive topology the CyberPower Intelligent LCD Series BRG1500AVRLCD provides battery backup (using simulated sine wave output) and surge protection for desktop computers workstations networking devices and home entertainment systems. The BRG1500AVRLCD 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. Two USB charge ports (2 1 Amp shared) rapidly power portable devices such as mobile phones MP3 players and cameras. The BRG1500AVRLCD comes with a five-year (including coverage of batteries) and a 500 000 connected equipment.
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Positive - they honored the 5 year warranty on this, provided a UPS label (key considering they weigh about 25 lbs. each), and the new replacements also carried a new 5 year warranty. Each replacement took about 3 weeks round trip.
So, jury's out on the replacements but glad the warranty was honored without much hassle.
By contrast, the CyberPower BRG850AVRLCD has been the bane of my existence for the ONE year that I’ve
owned it. It regularly (1-3 times a week) turns itself off, thereby cutting me off from my WiFi network, which means that I can’t reach the Internet on my WiFi-only iPad and I can’t print from my iPad or iPhone 8 Plus. I cannot back up my files to iCloud or Dropbox. I must leave my bedroom if I’m alone and get to my old office where my iMac, printer, and the CyberPower are. That would’ve a simple inconvenience except for the fact that I’m disabled and do all of my work from the bed.
Sometimes the unit is simply “off” without explanation. Lately, however, the screen shows “F 02.” I found a manual online; Fault 02=“Battery output short fault. (Unplug at least one piece of equipment and turn the battery on again.”) I guess that I’ll have to decide which of my electronics can.be moved off the battery and onto the less protected “surge only” plugs. on the back of the unit.
Why offer more backup plug receptacles than the unit can support?
While this was a decent unit, there is absolutely NO customer support. That alone makes me suggest to others to steer clear of this brand and opt for an alternative instead. 5 year warranty was not honored. Complete ripoff.
REVIEW UPDATE: I had two of these units and the second one has now died in less than a year and the resulting spike it created has killed two of the peripherals plugged into it.
These things are absolute garbage. There is no help from CyberPower and they do not honor their warranty. Stay far away from them and go with APC.
Here's what happened. I ran a self-test through CyberPower's PowerPanel Personal software for Windows via USB, and the moment I clicked on "Initiate self-test" the CyberPower UPS made a loud pop noise, it turned itself off, and then smoke came out of the sides of this product through its vents. This product has filled my bedroom with a horrendous burnt-electronics smell.
I do not recommend this product at all. I'm afraid of this thing igniting itself in flames and burning my house down.
UPDATE 11.21.2020 Display so dim you have to be in a dark room to see it, and power button has gone black. But UPS still works. I will be shipping this back just before the warranty expires.
Update: Contacted cyberpower. Customer service is super slow, takes weeks to respond. They determined it’s bad battery but not willing to replace it under warranty. 5 year warranty is useless. Poor customer service.
Top reviews from other countries
Una recomendación para los que son de México o otro países donde no sea común en las instalaciones eléctricas de los hogares el que cuenten con una tierra física, deben de tener o poner una una, es vital para el equipo para que realice su correcto funcionamiento ya que la ups detectará en con un led rojo la falta de la tierra física, yo tuve la necesidad de poner una, además tiene que revisar que tengan una buena instalación eléctrica, "lean el manual". Muy buen producto hice la prueba simulando que la electricidad se corta a y cumplió con el objetivo, una cosa más, dejen por lo menos 8 horas cargando la ups por el tema de baterías.
Now that I have got a more serious workstation computer running 24/7, I was hoping to get another UPS with a bigger battery thus higher VA models are desired. The pure sine wave ones do have large battery option but that come with a relatively higher price.
The new simulated sine wave UPS (BRG series) comes in handy. I was sceptical when seeing people saying it works for active PFC enabled power supply (which all modern day computer uses), but wanted to give it a try.
It is now powering my server (~140W), a modem and a wireless router. I tested it 5-6 times by turning off the switch, and nothing was off and the computer runs like it didn't know the power was cut. Now I can have internet even my house is out of electricity, provided the cable still works.
The great thing is the battery can provide, as it displayed on screen, 110 mins of battery time for my current set up, allowing my server to run for another 2 hours without worrying a blackout.
I would definitely suggest this as a cheaper alternative to pure sine wave UPS, if that's not strictly needed.
My only down side here is that I had firstly connected too many things (2 computers, 5 monitors, my router, my switch and my receiver), and once we busted the 900W limit, it just shut down instantly. No warning, nothing. It did exactly what it should prevent. Luckily nothing turned out bad because of the sudden shutdown, but that was scary.
Ordered a 2nd to fix that problem.