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Cyberpower CP1350AVRLCD - $90+tax @ Costco instore

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My first post, so please be gentle.

In my local Costco they had the Cyberpower CP1350AVRLCD in stock for $89.99 + tax, labeled as Cyberpower CST1300AL. The bottom of the item shows "Model 1350VA: CP1350AVRLCD" The front shows "CyberPower 1350AVR". Item on Costco's website. [costco.com]

So as far as I can tell it's the same thing.

Newegg.com has it for $130 shipped w/ promo code: LINK [newegg.com]

Amazon.com has it for $130 via Prime: LINK [amazon.com]

Product info from CyberPowerSystems.com [cyberpowersystems.com]

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Last Edited by cheepdood February 17, 2013 at 11:55 AM
CyberPower's line of Intelligent LCD models give you vital UPS statistics available at the push of a button. These models have 11 Toggle Diagnostic modes, RJ11/45/Coax dataline protection, AVR line conditioning, and PowerPanel Power Management Software.

The CP1350AVRLCD provides 810 Watts of output, offering you enough time to close files and protect data in an outage. It has eight surge-protected outlets, four of which are linked to the battery power, with one spaced for transformer use, all in a compact unit able to protect all of your communications outlets and data lines. Automatic Voltage Regulation (AVR) ensures that all your electronics are receiving clean power and stabilizes the voltage to a nominal 120VAC.

The PowerPanel software provides audible alarms, displays remaining battery power, current AC voltage, runtime, estimated shutdown, and a log file of all events affecting performance, and announces when things are back to normal. It's Windows Vista compliant, and the unit is manufactured in an ISO-9001 tested environment. CyberPower also offers a #1 rated technical support team that will assist you with product, installation, or warranty concerns --- Free of Charge! Protect your data and communications investment today!

Intelligent LCD Series GreenPower UPS Model CP1350AVRLCD

Input Voltage Range 90 - 140 Volts AC
Input Frequency 57 to 63Hz

Output VA Rating 1350 VA 810 Watts
Output Voltage 120Vac +/- 5%
Outlets
4 x 5-15R Battery/Surge Protected
4 x 5-15R Surge Protected

Battery Run Time
Entry-level PC with 19" LCD (150W) - 30 min.
Midrange PC with 19" LCD (300W) - 14 min.
Performance PC with 19" LCD (500W) - 7 min.
Battery Recharge Time
8 Hours

Spec
Interface Ports 1 x Serial DB9; 1 x USB 4-pin
Management Software PowerPanel Power Management
Approvals UL 1778, cUL, FCC DOC Class B

Surge Protection
Data Line Protection
1 x RJ11/45 Combo (One-in/One-out)
1 x RG-6 Coax/Cable
Surge Energy Rating 1500 joules

Physical Spec Weight 23 lbs. Dimensions 4" x 9.75" x 13.25"

Features
GreenPower UPS
Intelligent LCD Diagnostic Display: The innovative front panel LCD can be used to display detailed information on the UPS status and current power conditions. The LCD displays 11 different diagnostics: Input voltage level, Output voltage level, Automatic voltage regulator, Runtime estimate, Load level, Power frequency, On battery, Overload, Fault, Battery capacity, and Silent mode.

Automatic Voltage Regulation (AVR) - Incoming AC power is electronically regulated for dips and spikes AVR takes this irregular AC power and converts it into a consistent Sinewave so sensitive electronic equipment can achieve its optimal performance.

EMI/RFI - Provides shielding against electromagnetic interference & radio frequency signals. Most commonly, this is used to prevent line noise or “humming” that occurs over telephone lines or stereo electronics.
Transformer-spaced Outlets - Widely spaced outlets allow you to conveniently add large transformer-based plugs without compromising the utility of other outlets.


USB Connectivity - HID compliant USB port enables full integration with built-in power management and auto shutdown features of Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.


PowerPanel PE ™ Smart Management Software – In event of a power outage, PowerPanel PE will not only save your open files and will also “Hibernate” your PC to increase the run-time on the UPS unit. PowerPanel is quickly and easily installed on any Windows-based PC and is designed to utilize minimal system resources. Diagnostic screens give immediate visuals of the UPS’s status, and also include the following features: Silent operation mode, configurable system notifications, automatic self tests, adjustable high/low voltage warnings, event/data logging, and scheduled shutdowns.


LED Indicators - LED status lights indicate Power-On and wiring faults.
Audible Alarms - Audible tones identify when the unit is running off battery power, unit overloads and low battery.

Package Contents
CP1350AVRLCD UPS
Power Management Software
Coaxial Cable
RJ11 Cable
USB Cable
User Manual

Manufacturer Warranty
Parts 2 years limited
Labor 2 years limited

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not the same model poster
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Quote from BHOkilledOBL View Post :
not the same model poster

OP's original post clearly explains that the actual model # from manufacturer is different than the costco model #. Costco is known for using different model numbers for electronics at the request of the manufacturers. The CST1300AL and CP1350AVRLCD appear to be identical based on the display and the specs Costco lists on their site.
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OP's original post clearly explains that the actual model # from manufacturer is different than the costco model #. Costco is known for using different model numbers for electronics at the request of the manufacturers. The CST1300AL and CP1350AVRLCD appear to be identical based on the display and the specs Costco lists on their site.
That is correct. Also, even though this is actually a repost. I am very thankful as it has been 3+ months since the last post of this and have been unsure if it was still sold there. I have been debating reactivating my CostCo membership as mine is 8 miles away from me(a long distance in a college town). I think this has convinced me. TU + Rep.
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You guys think this will run a 50" plasma and receiver? I have one for my htpc (850AVR), but it pretty much just does the HTPC, xbox, and blu-ray.
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You guys think this will run a 50" plasma and receiver? I have one for my htpc (850AVR), but it pretty much just does the HTPC, xbox, and blu-ray.
What would the point be in doing that? To condition the line or so you can watch TV for 1 extra minute when the power goes out. lol
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What would the point be in doing that? To condition the line or so you can watch TV for 1 extra minute when the power goes out. lol
Two reasons: If the power is off for less than 30 seconds you are not affected. If it is more than 30 seconds, you can see to cleanly shut off the thin-client or DVD player you are using to watch content. My thin-client loops and tries to reconnect to the server when it is powered off. I need the power button on the remote to be hit within 3 seconds when it displays the menu or it starts up again. Also, if it loses power or the switch on the device itself is used, it has to reload drivers on start-up.
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Two reasons: If the power is off for less than 30 seconds you are not affected. If it is more than 30 seconds, you can see to cleanly shut off the thin-client or DVD player you are using to watch content. My thin-client loops and tries to reconnect to the server when it is powered off. I need the power button on the remote to be hit within 3 seconds when it displays the menu or it starts up again. Also, if it loses power or the switch on the device itself is used, it has to reload drivers on start-up.
That's worth $80? Seems like you might be too lazy Wink
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I have one of these, saved my PC after recent brown outs which fried some other stuff in the apartment. The UPS itself died after a while, and replacement was hassle free. With 2 emails I had a shipping label to send back the defective unit and a replacement on the way.
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I have one of these, saved my PC after recent brown outs which fried some other stuff in the apartment. The UPS itself died after a while, and replacement was hassle free. With 2 emails I had a shipping label to send back the defective unit and a replacement on the way.
I have 5 UPC's, IMHO it is cheap insurance. I have one on each of my 3 home theater (AKA TV) setups. One more for desktop computer, router, monitor etc., and the last one for Ooma Hub, Modem, and 2 cordless telephone systems. The reason they warranty $25,000 of connected equipment failure, is that is about as likely as the connected equipment getting struck directly by lightning.
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What would the point be in doing that? To condition the line or so you can watch TV for 1 extra minute when the power goes out. lol
I was hoping: 1.) this would clean the power from my generator and (2.) this would give me a minute to run out to the garage when the breaker trips and get it back online before everything shuts down. The circuit my entertainment center is on is also in my kitchen, and while I know that isn't ideal because it occasionally trips, I can't afford to change that around right now.

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note: some power supplies require PFC/pure sine wave when running on battery.
if u have one, u'll need Cyberpower's PFC Sinewave Series vs Intelligent LCD Series, which uses simulated sine wave when running on battery
e.g. 1350va model = CP1350PFCLCD (PFC/pure sine) vs CP1350AVRLCD (simulated)
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I was hoping: 1.) this would clean the power from my generator and (2.) this would give me a minute to run out to the garage when the breaker trips and get it back online before everything shuts down. The circuit my entertainment center is on is also in my kitchen, and while I know that isn't ideal because it occasionally trips, I can't afford to change that around right now.

Now will you answer my question? Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)
To answer your question: yes, absolutely. Even an older plasma with high power draw and a high end receiver will get a solid 5 to 10 minutes on this unit if that is all you have connected to the battery backup portion.
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