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Amazon.com has CyberPower PFC 1500VA 900W 10-Outlet Mini-Tower Sinewave UPS (CP1500PFCLCD) on sale for $129.95. Shipping is free. Thanks Discombobulated

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Thanks! I've had this in my cart for months waiting for a decent price.
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How does this compare to the Costco CST1400S model?
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How does this compare to the Costco CST1400S model?
Don't think Costco has any true sine-wave (not sure the particular model you're referring to tho). There's lot's of discussion on why true sine wave is better, and it's more expensive to make a UPS that does that (well at least they charge more for it 😀)
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Don't think Costco has any true sine-wave (not sure the particular model you're referring to tho). There's lot's of discussion on why true sine wave is better, and it's more expensive to make a UPS that does that (well at least they charge more for it 😀)
CyberPower 1400VA / 900Watts True Sine Wave: https://www.costco.com/CyberPower...15531.html

I've read that it's better if your computer needs it. Otherwise, does it matter. It's only while on battery anyway.

Is there a simple way to test my computer? Unplug it and see if the UPS can power it?
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This is the lowest I've seen on CCC.

https://www.amazon.com/CyberPower...B00429N19W
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CyberPower 1400VA / 900Watts True Sine Wave: https://www.costco.com/CyberPower...15531.html

I've read that it's better if your computer needs it. Otherwise, does it matter. It's only while on battery anyway.

Is there a simple way to test my computer? Unplug it and see if the UPS can power it?
Oh I thought you meant Costco in-store B&M (didn't know Costco.com had them either). Anyhow that is pretty much the same but lower wattage rating (1500VA vs 1400, so pretty close but not quite).

Yes pure sine is better on the equipment. Will stuff still work on the cheaper non-pure sine wave (step approximated)? Probably. For me it's mostly peace of mind knowing there's a slight possibility of it being better on my expensive equipment/computer. But not having any UPS way worse (voltage dips and spikes).

Yes you could test it by unplugging and if your computer stays on then it's fine. There has been talk (couple years ago) about newer PSUs (with Active PFC) not working with non-pure sine UPS but not sure how often that happens in the real world. Maybe someone else here can confirm?
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hey now, finally a deal for the sinewave people so they can stop complaining on the simulated sine threads. a little more VA than the previous deals for 1250-1325va for $120
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Hahah was going to post the same deal. Bought a few of these last year and was waiting for a few more. Saw them go up and grabbed them. Great UPS and usually come in around the $214 mark so this is a great deal
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How does this compare to the Costco CST1400S model?
PFC Sinewave models emphasize on Active PFC power source compatibility. Most of PC psu nowadays are equipped with active pfc function. Some low-end ups without true sinewave may fail if connected to these kind of psu.
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do i need to purchase square plan?
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Jumped on this with my discover, they are doing 5% back from amazon, so I'll get a little kickback on top of the awesome price.
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do i need to purchase square plan?
I bought it. I have the 1325va unit and I'm not sure what's wrong with it. Seems that when CP determines that your unit is busted, they will fix it, but YOU have to pay for the shipping to them. These things are very heavy and don't ship cheap. Keep in mind they are also at the forefront of any dangerous electrical shit that comes down the line. So maybe ST has a chance to dick you over if something goes bad, but I'll gamble the $7 that if they will actually honor a claim, my stuff will be protected. I basically have Discover paying for it, since they are doing 5% back at Amazon right now.
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Noob question. I have one of these, exactly a year old. If I were to get this and hold on to it for a year (and leave it in my closet) will the batteries degrade that much? Or should I use it at least once a month?

One of you UPS experts can hopefully answer this! Great price/great product.
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