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Really wish the 1500 would come up for grabs soon.
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Picked up similar "CyberPower CP1350PFCLCD PFC Sinewave UPS 1350VA 810W PF" for $119 on Prime Day from Amazon. Decent UPS, drivers to read the voltage & charge level are available for Linux too. Not sure how this model differs from CP1350PFCLCD, this has a $10 higher list price, making it better?

Newegg sells both too it seems, and shows higher list price on the CP1350 https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...6842102133
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Picked up similar "CyberPower CP1350PFCLCD PFC Sinewave UPS 1350VA 810W PF" for $119 on Prime Day from Amazon. Decent UPS, drivers to read the voltage & charge level are available for Linux too. Not sure how this model differs from CP1350PFCLCD, this has a $10 higher list price, making it better?

Newegg sells both too it seems, and shows higher list price on the CP1350 https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...6842102133 [newegg.com]
I don't think there is a difference and if there is one, I've never been able to find it besides the VA rating. All the specs are identical.
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Picked up similar "CyberPower CP1350PFCLCD PFC Sinewave UPS 1350VA 810W PF" for $119 on Prime Day from Amazon. Decent UPS, drivers to read the voltage & charge level are available for Linux too. Not sure how this model differs from CP1350PFCLCD, this has a $10 higher list price, making it better?

Newegg sells both too it seems, and shows higher list price on the CP1350 https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...6842102133
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I don't think there is a difference and if there is one, I've never been able to find it besides the VA rating. All the specs are identical.
One is PURE sinewine vs regular sinewine

See here:

https://www.analyticsystems.com/b...-sine-wave
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One is PURE sinewine vs regular sinewine

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https://www.analyticsystems.com/b...-sine-wave [analyticsystems.com]
Both the GX1325U and CP1350PFCLCD are pure sine wave models.
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I got the 1500 last year for $130 or so. Worth every penny. Thumbup
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If you search the site for "GX1325U", a bunch of previous deals for this UPS come up every month all at $125 going back over a year.

Any thoughts why?
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If you search the site for "GX1325U", a bunch of previous deals for this UPS come up every month all at $125 going back over a year. Any thoughts why?
It's marketing/sales routines. These companies have been doing that for a decade: APC, CyberPower, TripLite for the consumer models. At least it isn't rebates like graphics cards and motherboards seem to do so frequently.
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Dunno - my CP1350PFCLCD is junk. I have a 300W-peak "home server/fileserver" on it, and if it has any reasonable load, whenever I turn on my audio receiver (same circuit, different receptacle) during the same time of the server load, the UPS apparently sees some drop in voltage and tries switching over to battery for a split second. Causes my server to lockup from insufficient power, requiring a manual reboot - not enough to turn off the server PC, but enough to cause everything to require manual intervention.

If I manually unplug the UPS, it switches over just fine. Something about this short dip in line Voltage cannot be handled well by the UPS.

It works fine other than this annoyance. House is 2 years old and has 12awg wire run to all receptacles that have screw-mount terminals. If anything, this circuit should handle the dip better than most homes. I can't even see the dip, but I'm sure it exists - lots of capacitors to fill.
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One is PURE sinewine vs regular sinewine

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https://www.analyticsystems.com/b...-sine-wave [analyticsystems.com]
Arguably the "pure" sinewave is a regular sinewave and what you call "regular" is actually a stepped or simulated sinewave with more noise Smilie
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Both the GX1325U and CP1350PFCLCD are pure sine wave models.
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Arguably the "pure" sinewave is a regular sinewave and what you call "regular" is actually a stepped or simulated sinewave with more noise Smilie
Thanks for the corrections!
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Have had this unit for about 6yrs. The battery went completely dead about a month ago. Replacement is about $75
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Dunno - my CP1350PFCLCD is junk. I have a 300W-peak "home server/fileserver" on it, and if it has any reasonable load, whenever I turn on my audio receiver (same circuit, different receptacle) during the same time of the server load, the UPS apparently sees some drop in voltage and tries switching over to battery for a split second. Causes my server to lockup from insufficient power, requiring a manual reboot - not enough to turn off the server PC, but enough to cause everything to require manual intervention.

If I manually unplug the UPS, it switches over just fine. Something about this short dip in line Voltage cannot be handled well by the UPS.

It works fine other than this annoyance. House is 2 years old and has 12awg wire run to all receptacles that have screw-mount terminals. If anything, this circuit should handle the dip better than most homes. I can't even see the dip, but I'm sure it exists - lots of capacitors to fill.

Hrrrrrrrmm.. that would mean peak current is higher than the rating of this unit..

OR a combination of a psu that's too small for your server, so if you used a psu with a much bigger cap on the server, it might stop it from going brown
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