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A quick read doesn't give good information whether it is simulated sine or pure sine however, for the price I believe it should be simulated.

How good is this compared to $99 regular price Cyberpower UPS in Costco with Costco backing. The one I am referring to is a store only item may not be seen online.

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Can someone tell me how many watts maximum the inverter in these can handle? I can never see the figures for under continuous load or peak load etc...
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A quick read doesn't give good information whether it is simulated sine or pure sine however, for the price I believe it should be simulated.
The CP1350AVRLCD, here, is simulated. The CP1350PFCLCD is the true sine version.
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The CP1350AVRLCD, here, is simulated. The CP1350PFCLCD is the true sine version.
Thanks for clarifying. This doesn't seem a good deal for Costco members then
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A quick read doesn't give good information whether it is simulated sine or pure sine however, for the price I believe it should be simulated.

How good is this compared to $99 regular price Cyberpower UPS in Costco with Costco backing. The one I am referring to is a store only item may not be seen online.

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Yes, simulated. From the manufacturer's website (cyberpowersystems dotcom):
CP1350AVRLCD
Intelligent LCD UPS Series
Capacity: 1350 VA / 815 W
Topology: Line Interactive
Waveform: Simulated Sine Wave
Output: 120 VAC ± 5%
Plug type & cord: NEMA 5-15P, 6 ft. cord
Outlets: 10 × NEMA 5-15R
Communication: USB, Serial
Data line protection: Telephone, Ethernet, Coaxial
Management software: PowerPanel® Personal Edition
Warranty: 3 year
Connected Equipment Guarantee: $500,000
ENERGY STAR® qualified: Yes
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Can someone tell me how many watts maximum the inverter in these can handle? I can never see the figures for under continuous load or peak load etc...
From manufacturers website, maximum output:
Capacity: 1350 VA / 815 W
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From manufacturers website, maximum output:
Capacity: 1350 VA / 815 W
still confused. Is that the total battery output in watts? Most inverter output figures are listed as 400/800 or 500/1000, for continous/peak numbers.

Still confused!
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still confused. Is that the total battery output in watts? Most inverter output figures are listed as 400/800 or 500/1000, for continous/peak numbers.

Still confused!
These are UPS, not just a converter and they never list peak number.
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I'm thinking pure sine wave is a good idea for expensive electronics? Thinking about getting an ups for my OLED, HTPC, and surround sound receiver
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Darn been waiting for a deal on a good pure sine wave model to use with my 3D printer for backup "just in case" power. I've read simulated UPSs can cause issues.
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Darn been waiting for a deal on a good pure sine wave model to use with my 3D printer for backup "just in case" power. I've read simulated UPSs can cause issues.
Why do you need a power backup for a 3D printer? 3D printing during a blackout to make sure the resin doesnt settle? Modified should be fine for that.
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Why do you need a power backup for a 3D printer? 3D printing during a blackout to make sure the resin doesnt settle? Modified should be fine for that.
I can see how it'd be useful if you're doing long prints that you don't want to get interrupted halfway through
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A quick read doesn't give good information whether it is simulated sine or pure sine however, for the price I believe it should be simulated.

How good is this compared to $99 regular price Cyberpower UPS in Costco with Costco backing. The one I am referring to is a store only item may not be seen online.

https://slickdeals.net/share/android_app/t/9024195
Didn't know costco has Cyberpower, is this the going price? that link is in 2016.

Besides the deal with costco has its problems, if going to store I never come back with one thing only it usually ended up spending much more, so overall there is no good "deal" in costco. Avoid going to costco is the deal.
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Didn't know costco has Cyberpower, is this the going price? that link is in 2016.

Besides the deal with costco has its problems, if going to store I never come back with one thing only it usually ended up spending much more, so overall there is no good "deal" in costco. Avoid going to costco is the deal.
Yes, it is in store all the time. I saw it almost all the stores I visited so far in multiple states. It has been this price all the time. I am waiting for a day Costco would put manufacturer rebate of $20, which they did few times to grab couple of these.

Also online Costco has 1500VA simulated and 1400VA pure sine versions.

Your point on going to the store is true I used to go for $2 milk and come out with $200 stuff that sits in the garage for years unopened.
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