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Promoted 05-09-2016 by brisar at 12:18 PM View Original Post
Newegg.com has 1000VA CyberPower 600W Pure Sinewave UPS for $104.99. Shipping is free. Thanks TDMVP73

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Our research indicates that this CyberPower PFC Sinewave UPS 1000VA Tower is $35 lower (25% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting at $140. - brisar

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Edited May 9, 2016 at 12:14 AM by TDMVP73
Hey guys,

I didn't see this posted, so I thought I'd share.

SHELL SHOCKER DEAL: The CyberPower sale prices below is valid from 12:01 AM PT to 11:59 PM PT on Monday, May 9th, 2016.
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Decent deal, but seems like for those that have costco, a better deal is there for a little bit more (~114 after rebate):
http://www.costco.com/CyberPower-...99657.html
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Decent deal, but seems like for those that have costco, a better deal is there for a little bit more (~114 after rebate):
http://www.costco.com/CyberPower-...99657.html
That one is not "pure sine wave".
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Quote from lartmander View Post :
Decent deal, but seems like for those that have costco, a better deal is there for a little bit more (~114 after rebate):
http://www.costco.com/CyberPower-...99657.html
That's a pretty good deal, but that model is not Pure Sine Wave, it is Simulated.
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I am on my 3rd CyberPower UPS (2 bought, 1 a replacement) and after about a year when I have a power-loss situation, the UPS dies. Very light loads yet they just don't seem to be able to do their job for more than several seconds. Even worse is that in those kinds of situations it shouldn't permanently kill the UPS.

Back to APC.
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My CyberPower died with no warning but I did get and alert from the server before it shutdown. One of the batteries is reading 2.6 volts. For about $17 off eBay it will be running again. I pulled the pack apart and it is just standard 12v batteries. A replacement 'pack' is about $80+shipping. I try not to run the batteries dead, and the servers shutdown when on UPS.
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My CyberPower died with no warning but I did get and alert from the server before it shutdown. One of the batteries is reading 2.6 volts. For about $17 off eBay it will be running again. I pulled the pack apart and it is just standard 12v batteries. A replacement 'pack' is about $80+shipping. I try not to run the batteries dead, and the servers shutdown when on UPS.
Yep. If you want to see what happens to a UPS at the end of its life and want to know how to fix it, here's the Youtube video. It's a different brand in the video but all UPS are virtually the same inside. The difference is some has 2x 12V batteries, some have 3, some have 4. And don't throw away the UPS if the battery goes bad because you can still use it for a different purpose:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qO8KaXYjrxg
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I bought this same model from the previous B&H deal a few months back for $99.95 and have had no problems with it thus far. While this deal is $5 more per unit, I bought two more of them.
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I have an an older APC 1500 but the batteries are done. I've read that they no longer support Mac OS and that you need a computer to reset the system when you change the batteries. Does anyone know if that's true? If so I'll probably go the CyberPower route.
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good deal bought one three years ago for about same price. it works great i have thin client and 22inch monitor and router hooked up to it, runs fine for more then 15 minutes when power goes out. it still works but lead acid battery should be near end of life.
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I have an an older APC 1500 but the batteries are done. I've read that they no longer support Mac OS and that you need a computer to reset the system when you change the batteries. Does anyone know if that's true? If so I'll probably go the CyberPower route.
I have never seen a UPS require a PC to be reset. I've replaced batteries on several APC 1500 units that have only been plugged in to AV equipment with no issues.
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thank you very much- thumbs up
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I bought this same model from the previous B&H deal a few months back for $99.95 and have had no problems with it thus far. While this deal is $5 more per unit, I bought two more of them.
I've got this model and also the next step up model, with two PCs and a few other devices connected to each, running for maybe 7 months no issues. They handle power glitches and short outages no problem. I didn't get them for extended battery operation, just to ride out and protect my PCs from short terms power distributions that are common in my area mainly in the summer season. They prevent the PCs from crashing so I don't lose work, and allow for shutting down the PCs gracefully if the power outage goes on for more than a few minutes.
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