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CyberPower AVRG750U $70.95 750 VA 450 Watts 12 Outlets Compact UPS w/ Automatic Voltage Regulation

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First deal post had to buy these for work and figured I'd share.
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Replacement battery: RB1270B [cyberpowersystems.com]

https://www.cyberpowersystems.com.../avrg750u/

50 watts usage for 50 mins
100 watts usage for 17 mins
200 watts usage for 9 mins
300 watts usage for 3 mins
400 watts usage for 2 mins
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Thumbs up for the good price! Do keep in mind that this produces a simulated sine wave. Those with sensitive electronics may want to consider a true sine wave solution.
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We need an SD on these types of replacement batteries.....I need around 12 of them for different applications.
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UPS deals are rare. Thanks OP!

I think you get more VA per dollar at Costco. In Store they have a CyberPower 1350VA (810 watts) for $100. But if you don't require that much uptime/capacity then get the CyberPower AVRG750U for $70.95 at NewEgg.
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We need an SD on these types of replacement batteries.....I need around 12 of them for different applications.
Google it. I found a few:
Original CyberPower:Alternate:Since you need a dozen, you can definitely get a better deal in bulk.

There are other models ended with F1 @ 10 bucks and F2. But I am not sure that they will fit. It's best for you to call the seller to confirm compatible with your UPS. Good luck.
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FYI cyberpower is horrible when it comes to warranty claims. I had an actual surge that damaged about $500 of connected equipment. Cyberpower denied my claim while I had a separate damaged TV on an APC protector and APC approved my claim.
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FYI cyberpower is horrible when it comes to warranty claims. I had an actual surge that damaged about $500 of connected equipment. Cyberpower denied my claim while I had a separate damaged TV on an APC protector and APC approved my claim.
It seems suspicious that you have two different electronics hooked up to two different name brand surge protectors that still failed due to surge. What is an actual surge? Why was your claim denied?
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It seems suspicious that you have two different electronics hooked up to two different name brand surge protectors that still failed due to surge. What is an actual surge? Why was your claim denied?
Cyberpower unit had my modem, router, dvr in my network room. Tv was on an apc unit in nearby bedroom. Had a heavy thunderstorm come through one evening and trip several breakers. All my equipment plugged into these "surge protectors" no longer function. I opened a claim with both apc and cyberpower. Shipped the units to their claims dept as instructed. Apc acknowledged their unit failed to protect my tv and reimbursed me. Cyberpower on the other hand said their technicians found no evidence pf surge damage even though I have three paperweights (modem router and dvr). Go figure
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Cyberpower unit had my modem, router, dvr in my network room. Tv was on an apc unit in nearby bedroom. Had a heavy thunderstorm come through one evening and trip several breakers. All my equipment plugged into these "surge protectors" no longer function. I opened a claim with both apc and cyberpower. Shipped the units to their claims dept as instructed. Apc acknowledged their unit failed to protect my tv and reimbursed me. Cyberpower on the other hand said their technicians found no evidence pf surge damage even though I have three paperweights (modem router and dvr). Go figure
That's bad. Sorry to hear your trouble.

CyberPower's battery seems to last longer than APC. How's your experience?
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Cyberpower unit had my modem, router, dvr in my network room. Tv was on an apc unit in nearby bedroom. Had a heavy thunderstorm come through one evening and trip several breakers. All my equipment plugged into these "surge protectors" no longer function. I opened a claim with both apc and cyberpower. Shipped the units to their claims dept as instructed. Apc acknowledged their unit failed to protect my tv and reimbursed me. Cyberpower on the other hand said their technicians found no evidence pf surge damage even though I have three paperweights (modem router and dvr). Go figure
how was the warranty process for both? some companies promise warranties but then make you jump through hoops worse than the government sometimes which is why i rarely consider that in my purchasing decision.
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We need an SD on these types of replacement batteries.....I need around 12 of them for different applications.
You can put a 12v9ah hour battery in most things that came with 12v7ah batteries. You can measure and check specs to be sure. 12v9ah are $19.33 shipped on ebay.
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