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Cyberpower CP1500AVRLCD UPS $139.99

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Cyberpower CP1500AVRLCD UPS $139.99

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Price:
139.99
Savings:
$90 off
Retailer:
Dell Canada
This is the simulated sinewave version

Power Capacity: 900 Watt / 1500 VA
Output connectors: 4 x power ( surge ) ¦ 4 x power ( UPS and surge )
Battery: 8.5 Ah

This model does not have the USB charging ports on the front.
Full Specs here: https://www.cyberpowersystems.com/produ ... 1500avrlcd

Posting this while working. So I'm not including the usual Dell extra ebates/coupons. Would appreciate others piping in with what works and I'll add them in here later
Last edited by ROYinTO on Aug 29th, 2016 5:30 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Reminder that this is AVR and not PFC. Use wisely.
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Would this be good to use with a projector (PowerLite Home Cinema 2040)? It's in an area that sometimes loses power. Thx.
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Dec 12, 2009
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Xtrema wrote: Reminder that this is AVR and not PFC.
I had to look the acronyms up to see the difference, so here are the links:
AVR https://www.cyberpowersystems.com/products/ups/avr
PFC https://www.cyberpowersystems.com/produ ... c-sinewave

Cyberpower says this is part of their intelligent LCD series: https://www.cyberpowersystems.com/produ ... ligent-lcd

That says it is OK for home theater systems.
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I've been running one of these for 4 years now, works perfectly and the USB Powerpanel software's great, though you have to 'unlock' it to save any changes( odd ). Even bought a second one recently on a sale for this exact price to run my TV and sundry electronics.

I find the backlit LCD panel handy on occasion when I want to check the power coming in or what's going on, without having to look at the computer. Never a worry with a UPS though you have to ensure that you've covered ALL your bases: surges will take any path into your system, so protect that cable TV line and anything else plugged into your electronics or computer.

Batteries need replacement though, showing 20% of capacity on the self-tests, there's two and they go for about $17-20 each on Amazon.ca.
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Mordanti wrote: I've been running one of these for 4 years now, works perfectly and the USB Powerpanel software's great, though you have to 'unlock' it to save any changes( odd ). Even bought a second one recently on a sale for this exact price to run my TV and sundry electronics.

I find the backlit LCD panel handy on occasion when I want to check the power coming in or what's going on, without having to look at the computer. Never a worry with a UPS though you have to ensure that you've covered ALL your bases: surges will take any path into your system, so protect that cable TV line and anything else plugged into your electronics or computer.

Batteries need replacement though, showing 20% of capacity on the self-tests, there's two and they go for about $17-20 each on Amazon.ca.
Nice there are cheap batteries. The older APC SMART 1500 batteries were like $100 a piece and it weighed a ton. It is literally the same size as a car battery.

What is the difference between the 2 here and the older APC Smart series? How they charge?
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Heads up to anyone who ordered something from Dell in last 3 months. Check if you have an ePromo code. I had $20 I completely forgot about that expires in 2 weeks.

Thanks OP!
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