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Cyberpower CP1350AVRLCD - $90+tax @ Costco instore

Barnesmobile 33 February 17, 2013 at 11:35 AM in Computers (6) More Costco Wholesale Deals
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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]

Questions and comments welcome.

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Quote from ilikemoneys View Post :
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.
Thanks and imaginary reps! Wink
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Thanks and imaginary reps! Wink
No problem and imaginary "your welcome".
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Quote from 0kk0 View Post :
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)
Thats the problem I keep running into. Anyone have this with a Corsair HX series PSU?
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Quote from Barnesmobile View Post :
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]

Questions and comments welcome.
Thanks OP
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Quote from JMUFly View Post :
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.
Yes it will. I have the same unit I purchase from costco couple years ago (which I'd started a thread on back in 2011 when Costco first started carrying this UPS). It is powering my 65" plasma TV, an HTPC with 4 HDD and cablecard tuner, and high end Denon receiver. The point is to protect the equipment, not to run it. My HTPC is set to power down after two minutes of being on UPS power.

It will run all of the above for about 5-8 minutes, provided the TV is not on a pure white screen.

PS I used this UPS to charge my cell phone and run my fish tank's filter when hurricane Sandy hit and I lost power for 6 days. Not continuously of course. Ran it on and off and it lasted the 6 days. I have two of them.
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Quote from 0kk0 View Post :
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)
Quote from Rabb02 View Post :
Thats the problem I keep running into. Anyone have this with a Corsair HX series PSU?
Same here. This thing has been posted at least a couple times before, but I've yet to see the PFC version on sale, which is the one I need.
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Quote from Rabb02 View Post :
Thats the problem I keep running into. Anyone have this with a Corsair HX series PSU?

I have one of these with a corsair HX1200 psu, works just fine
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Quote from 0kk0 View Post :
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)
I have this model hooked up to a PC with a PFC type power supply, and have found that as long as it's set up to power everything down in 1 minute, there is no problem. The issue occurs when it's on battery power, not when there is low or high voltage where the AVR circuitry kicks in. Many people have temporary power blips (less than 1 minute) and for that, this will really help.
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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.
I run a APC J25 model with a 55" LED TV, Yamaha HTR-7065, Panny BD and cablebox. It won't hold it for more than a few minutes but as said, it protects them from brownouts and gives me a chance to switch them off..

Living in Tampa Bay and being subjected to TECO's regular brown-outs, this is an absolute must. I lost a 3 month old LCD Tv a few years back as TECO subjected me to 3 succesive brownouts in 2 minutes. At the 3rd brownout, the TV's PSU gave up. Luckily Philips replaced it under warranty.

The LCD TV and HTB unit in my bedroom are on a same J25. Both gotten when WorstBuy had them for $99.

I rather replace a $99 UPS than $1500 worth of electronic equipment. With TECO's track record, almost everything electronic in the house is on one UPS or another.
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#25
While not a "pure" sine wave generator, their emulation tech is advanced enough to not damage APFC power supplies. Solid units. I use the 1500VA version on an HX1050 Gold.
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#26
hasn't it been this price for the past several years?
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#27
FYI the battery in a UPS will wear out, usually after 2-3 years, but they are replaceable. This should be common knowledge, but just in case...
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#28
This is the Costco Regular Price All time i have 2 of these
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#29
Yes, It is at this price for months since I look at it.
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Quote from MrBOFH View Post :
I run a APC J25 model with a 55" LED TV, Yamaha HTR-7065, Panny BD and cablebox. It won't hold it for more than a few minutes but as said, it protects them from brownouts and gives me a chance to switch them off..

Living in Tampa Bay and being subjected to TECO's regular brown-outs, this is an absolute must. I lost a 3 month old LCD Tv a few years back as TECO subjected me to 3 succesive brownouts in 2 minutes. At the 3rd brownout, the TV's PSU gave up. Luckily Philips replaced it under warranty.

The LCD TV and HTB unit in my bedroom are on a same J25. Both gotten when WorstBuy had them for $99.

I rather replace a $99 UPS than $1500 worth of electronic equipment. With TECO's track record, almost everything electronic in the house is on one UPS or another.
The APC J25 is great for HT use. In fact, the deal you got from BB was probably posted by me. It's been the ONLY deal I ever posted. LOL
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