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CyberPower CP1500PFCLCD PFC Sinewave UPS

B&H -$130 ($70 discount applied in cart)

Key Features
  • Output: 1500 VA / 1000W @ 60 Hz
  • Input: 88-144 VAC @ 57-63 Hz
  • 12 x NEMA 5-15R Total Outlets
  • 6 x Battery/Surge & 6 x Surge Outlets

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That is incorrect. Replacement batteries for the CP1500PFCLCD are readily available. It takes two of them.
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You realize that this unit is a sine-wave output versus a simulated sine-wave, right?
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This is near one of the lows in this product line's history (one of the lowest being $120 during BF 2017).

This also seems to be the latest model/revision (2019?) compared to the 2016-2018 variant.
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I believe this is the newer one with more outlets on the back and lcd screen
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Good price and no tax in Florida so I'm in for one.

I seem to remember Amazon having a few negative reviews of these catching on fire but hopefully that's due to misuse.
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New to this, but would this be something I could replace my current Power Outlet Surge Protector and when a Power Outage would happen it would start using its internal battery? Essentially the units I have plugged it will not turn off?
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New to this, but would this be something I could replace my current Power Outlet Surge Protector and when a Power Outage would happen it would start using its internal battery? Essentially the units I have plugged it will not turn off?
Yes exactly. This is an "Uninterruptible power supply" or "UPS" so that's its whole purpose. It immediately starts powering your devices using its back up batteries whenever power is lost. The amount of time you'll be able to run off that power supply will depend on how many devices you plug into it and have running during an outage and how much power they each pull. This will keep a modem and router working for hours. A large TV could drain the power much faster.
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New to this, but would this be something I could replace my current Power Outlet Surge Protector and when a Power Outage would happen it would start using its internal battery? Essentially the units I have plugged it will not turn off?
The devices plugged into the battery + surge ports would remain on until the battery died, correct. The ones plugged into surge only outlets would shut off when the power went out.

Keep in mind that a computer drawing the rated wattage (1000w, though that would be a heck of a computer) would drain the battery in a few minutes. This would primarily be useful to allow the device to be shut down gracefully or to span a short gap (brown out).

This new model is still 1500VA, but is 1000w instead of 900w and has 6+6 instead of 5+5 outlets and an upgraded screen it appears.
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This is near one of the lows in this product line's history (one of the lowest being $120 during BF 2017).

This also seems to be the latest model/revision (2019?) compared to the 2016-2018 variant.
and no quantity of 2 limit either Peace
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The devices plugged into the battery + surge ports would remain on until the battery died, correct. The ones plugged into surge only outlets would shut off when the power went out.

Keep in mind that a computer drawing the rated wattage (1000w, though that would be a heck of a computer) would drain the battery in a few minutes. This would primarily be useful to allow the device to be shut down gracefully or to span a short gap (brown out).

This new model is still 1500VA, but is 1000w instead of 900w and has 6+6 instead of 5+5 outlets and an upgraded screen it appears.
and Gb ethernet pass-through w/ POE compatibility (i believe previous gen did not have either)
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Excellent find!

Newegg had this on a Email Subscriber Flash sale a month or so ago for $148. Had to do something that morning and when I got back the deal had been sold out. I'm not making that same mistake this time. Purchased this right away.

I have the 850VA Cyberpower hooked up to my Router, ONT, and Wifi router. I intend on using this for my computer and it's monitors. This is the highest it goes without breaking the bank. For reference, look at the wattage to determine what you would need. It doesn't hurt to get a little extra watts as it gives you more battery time.
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I've owned this for a few months. Better than my old APC unit and should be easier to replace the battery when the time comes. The tower design is new to me, but I like it better on a desk rather than on the floor.
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