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CyberPower CP1350AVRLCD Intelligent LCD UPS System, 1350VA/815W, 10 Outlets, AVR, Mini-Tower
- 1350VA/815W Intelligent LCD Battery Backup Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) System
- 10 NEMA 5-15R OUTLETS: (5) Battery Backup & Surge Protected Outlets, (5) Surge Protected Outlets safeguard desktop computers, workstations, networking devices and home entertainment equipment
- 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
- 3-YEAR WARRANTY – INCLUDING THE BATTERIES, $500,000 Connected Equipment Guarantee and FREE PowerPanel Personal Edition Management Software (Download)
|Special Shipping Information: This product may not be available for 1 or 2 day shipping due to federal regulations that require it to ship via ground ship methods only. This product can only be shipped within the 48 contiguous states.
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From the manufacturer
- Capacity: 1350 VA / 815 W.
- Topology: Line Interactive.
- Waveform: Simulated Sine Wave.
- Plug type and cord: NEMA 5-15P, 6 ft. cord.
- Outlet types: 10 × NEMA 5-15R.
- Communication: USB, Serial.
- Data line protection: Telephone, Ethernet, Coaxial.
The CyberPower CP1350AVRLCD UPS Provides Battery Backup and Surge Protection
For PCs and Other Electronics
A mini-tower UPS with line interactive topology, the CyberPower Intelligent LCD CP1350AVRLCD provides battery backup (using simulated sine wave output) and surge protection for desktop computers, workstations, networking devices, and home entertainment systems. The CP1350AVRLCD 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.
- 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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1350VA/810 Watts UPS system - Protects PCs, workstations, and home entertainment systems. Prevents data loss and protects electronic equipment from harmful power problems.
Line interactive - Corrects brownouts and overvoltage without using battery power. GreenPower UPS, reduces energy consumption up to 75%.
Updated design and new features include: additional outlets, easy to read LCD control panel, accident-proof On/Off power button and sleek case design.
12 Outlets: (6) Battery Backup & Surge Protected Outlets, (6) Surge Protected Outlets
Energy Star Qualified - Mini-Tower Form Factor - 3 Year Warranty
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I bought this about 2 weeks ago, and it worked fine! It worked perfectly, keeping my PC and monitors on while there was a brief power outage (before the campus backup generators kicked on). However this morning, I was startled awake by this buzzing sound. For a second, I thought that the power went out for some reason again, but I didn't hear our backup generators on, and I noticed my alarm clock and electric heater in my room still worked. Upon further inspection, I saw that my router and PC (that were connected to the battery side of the UPS) were off!
As I looked at the display, it said that there was a low supply voltage (~96 volts), and that the Automatic Voltage Regulator (AVR) was turned on. I was really confused, until the UPS emitted a solid tone alerting that the battery was at a critically low voltage, and then quickly shut off. I unplugged everything from the UPS, plugged it straight into an available power strip, and turned on my PC to see if the PowerPanel software that the UPS came with could help me understand what was happening more. Upon inspection, I was able to confirm that the UPS was detecting massive voltage swings from ~96 volts to ~115 volts (of course before the unit auto shut off again due to low battery voltage).
I am an Computer Engineer, and I love tinkering with electronics, so I pulled out my multimeter and tested the batter inside the UPS. The battery was definitely low at around 8 volts (it was a 12 volt battery). I also tested my power outlets to see if there was really a crazy power fluctuation, and I didn't detect anything wrong (the supply voltage from an adjacent outlet was ~115 volts). In conclusion, I realized that the UPS had failed somehow.
I called CyberPower customer support, and after giving them some information about the device and the problem, they told me to talk to the original reseller for a replacement (some bad customer support if I do say myself). Luckily, Amazon saved the day with their amazing customer support, and promptly shipped me a replacement for free without even having to return this defective unit (maybe I can still use the battery for something). I'll give CyberPower another try, but if this new unit fails on me again, I'm taking my business elsewhere.
(Update 9/25/2015) I got in contact with CyberPower and they said they would repair/replace it under warranty. The problem is that they won't cover the any shipping costs to get it to them. Based on my location and the weight of this product, using UPS would cost me roughly $80 or more just to get this thing fixed for free. Don't buy from CyberPower.
One extra piece of info you can pull from the logs on your pc is this:
Power Panel Personal Edition logs can be found in C:\Program Files\CyberPower PowerPanel Personal Edition\history.txt The first column is the event type.
1 Power Outage
2 Under Voltage
3 Over Voltage
6 Frequency failure
Second column is time of the event in epoch/posix time format. [...]
The third column is the duration of the event.
Here is what my log looked like:
1 1473688184 70
4 1473782150 3
1 1473998049 2
1 1473999643 1712
1 1474294816 27
Plus power correction, and a steady stream of power, regardless of the line (until the battery is depleted) has already saved me a couple times, and allowed me to keep going, even with occasional power grid errors, and tripped circuit breakers...