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CyberPower CP1000AVRLCD Intelligent LCD UPS System, 1000VA/600W, 9 Outlets, AVR, Mini-Tower [Single] $80

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  • Output: 1000 VA / 600W
  • Input: 120V
  • 5 x Battery/Surge Protected Outlets
  • 9 x NEMA 5-15R Outlets
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Meh, been $5 cheaper many times for last 2 yrs and only 600w.

Id spend the extra on amazons deal for $130 on the 900w pure sine esp if u have an amazon CC, for the added 15% cashback on the back end nets it at around $110 - only $30 more
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Meh, been $5 cheaper many times for last 2 yrs and only 600w.

Id spend the extra on amazons deal for $130 on the 900w pure sine esp if u have an amazon CC, for the added 15% cashback on the back end nets it at around $110 - only $30 more
Good call. I ordered the other one yesterday and thought maybe I should cancel and get this instead.
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Very import to mention this is a simulated sine wave, NOT pure.

Edit: that means if you have sensitive electronics, they may not work if connected to this simulated sine wave UPS
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Meh, been $5 cheaper many times for last 2 yrs and only 600w.

Id spend the extra on amazons deal for $130 on the 900w pure sine esp if u have an amazon CC, for the added 15% cashback on the back end nets it at around $110 - only $30 more
What deal is this? Do you have the model ?
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Meh, been $5 cheaper many times for last 2 yrs and only 600w.

Id spend the extra on amazons deal for $130 on the 900w pure sine esp if u have an amazon CC, for the added 15% cashback on the back end nets it at around $110 - only $30 more
I have a Amazon credit card, where do you see the 15% cash back. Is it only for electronics or something?
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I have a Amazon credit card, where do you see the 15% cash back. Is it only for electronics or something?
Same, would also like to know.
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This was the deal on the Amazon 900W Pure Sine Wave UPS. Looks expired now. If not, if you use your Amazon Prime Credit Card, you will see 5% cash back, but after you purchase it, you will see that you receive an additional 10% cash back.
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With UPS in general.. you dont need to connect them to a computer to use them. You can use them to keep your smart home alive. For example we have Fiber Optic, as long as the box coming to my house and the router is powered (both take very very little power), I have internet! That means all of those things like Ring home security that has batteries in everything still works 100% without having to push onto cell backup which grossly limits its functionality.. it also means that if power goes out, I can still see my security cameras if I'm on holiday.

My only suggestion when buying ANY UPS regardless of brand is to see if the battery is easily replaceable (check Amazon / eBay) with generic batteries that've been tested by others with lots of reviews or is it a proprietary battery where you're almost forced to buy their brand thus they control prices. I've found generic batteries to work just as good if not better at a fraction of the price (I always do proper research before buying, some generic batteries are total trash and you'll be at a loss at the end of the day).

Also, there are calculators online for free so you can calculate approx what you'll be able to power up with this particular model and for how long before juice runs out.

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Very import to mention this is a simulated sine wave, NOT pure.

Edit: that means if you have sensitive electronics, they may not work if connected to this simulated sine wave UPS
I refuse to use simulated for anything after my last issues with it. Had it connected to my tv and gaming consoles and every 2 weeks my tv would randomly shut down. The issue went away completely when I switched to pure sine. I thought I was going to have to rma my tv.

I still have it. But I don't know which of my electronics would be affected. Anywhere I can look up what would not be sensitive?
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