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TDMVP73 24,294 101,930 June 5, 2016 at 09:09 PM in Surge Protectors (5) More Newegg Deals
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Promoted 06-06-2016 by Discombobulated at 12:04 AM View Original Post
Newegg.com has 1500VA 900W CyberPower Pure Sinewave UPS (CP1500PFCLCD) on sale for $136.95. Shipping is free. Thanks TDMVP73

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Written by Discombobulated

  • This unit is highly rated with 4.6/5 Amazon stars based on 1,764 reviews. - persian_mafia
  • This is a very good price and it's now slightly less than the previous +203 Frontpage deal from early January. -Corwin

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Edited June 5, 2016 at 10:20 PM by widgit
Hey guys,

I didn't see this posted, so I thought I'd share. This is the cheapest price this model has ever been by $1! (Previous FP Deals: HERE and HERE) Smilie

SHELL SHOCKER DEAL: The CyberPower sale price below is valid from 12:01 AM PT to 11:59 PM PT on Monday, June 6th, 2016.
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These are typically used for computers. They contain a large battery and a link to your PC that properly saves and shuts down work when power is lost (like a blackout)...

It will typically allow your computer to run for a few minutes on battery power according to your settings too. It is also a power conditioner that compensates for brown-outs and other conditions that could adversely affect your PC or expensive electronics while powered on.
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I bought one 4 years ago and its still going strong, It has been through quite alot of brownouts and blackouts. Battery hasn't been replaced yet and seems to max out @ 78% charge for me given its age and usage throughout the years.

screenshots of its windows monitoring software attached.

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Great deal. Wish I needed a 4th.
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Quote from scottsiefker View Post :
Great deal. Wish I needed a 4th.
How long did the batteries last on the units you have?
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How long did the batteries last on the units you have?
Think he just has 3. Mine from B&H for $136 + no tax/ship in Jan is still going strong.
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Hmm might have to snag a 3rd. About to move to a place that has inconsistent power and voltage
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this is an awesome deal. you need to shell out some serious dough to get 1kva abouve models.
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Quote from PooprScooper View Post :
Think he just has 3. Mine from B&H for $136 + no tax/ship in Jan is still going strong.
Thank you. Appreciate the feedback.
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Quote from alxshanti View Post :
Thank you. Appreciate the feedback.
I bought one 4 years ago and its still going strong, It has been through quite alot of brownouts and blackouts. Battery hasn't been replaced yet and seems to max out @ 78% charge for me given its age and usage throughout the years.

screenshots of its windows monitoring software attached.
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what exactly does this do?
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Quote from UnderD0G View Post :
what exactly does this do?

Well, simply read the item description and do some easy research, which can be found all over the internet. Even jump on YouTube that gives many detailed descriptions of use and benefits.

I don't mean to be condescending, but information like this is easily found and you should at least attempt to do some due diligence, instead of asking people to cater to such questions.

This is NOT a "flame", just a word to the wise to at least attempt to find out the basic information on something like this .. it is not rocket science, nor even complicated. :-)

Now asking things like how this compares to a non sine wave setup or comparing it to other brands .. then that would be a reasonable question. Smilie

I'll probably be picking one of these up myself. Nice unit, great price and will be needing an extra in my latest project. So thanks OP! Smilie
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Quote from UnderD0G View Post :
what exactly does this do?
These are typically used for computers. They contain a large battery and a link to your PC that properly saves and shuts down work when power is lost (like a blackout)...

It will typically allow your computer to run for a few minutes on battery power according to your settings too. It is also a power conditioner that compensates for brown-outs and other conditions that could adversely affect your PC or expensive electronics while powered on.
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Not sure about this model. I have many AVR1500 units failed after 4 years. I am thinking about switch back to APC.
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Someone posted a teardown of a CyberPower unit here in one of the recent deals and it's soured me to their products. The wall cable wasn't thick enough to carry its rated load, a lot of corners were cut, and even the housing had problems. http://www.tomshardware.com/pictu...-down.html

I really need a couple of larger UPS and would love to pay this price, but are these CyberPower units really going to hold up against their more expensive competitors, and more importantly, are they as safe to run as APC or another known brand?
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Would amazon price match this price?
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