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CyberPower 1325 VA 810 Watts 10 Outlets Pure Sine Wave UPS @Newegg $135

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It's showing the price as $189
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It's showing the price as $189
Use promo code "93XPH24" to bring it down to $135.

It's a pretty good deal, I got this when it was $140 2y ago and it's been serving me well. Though if you can wait, it looks like some of the bigger units can be [proportionately] cheaper, but you may not need that much capacity.

Remember that warranties for these things last 3-5y and that you should probably replace them around that time as normal wear and tear will degrade the battery/UPS.
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88 1-3 stars. Scary some of them.
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I have a couple of these units and they're great. Oldest is ~1.5 years so I'm not looking to replace any yet. I also checked the old invoice and I got it for $125 then, but $135 is still good enough IMO to grab it (if I needed it). One powers my whole gaming PC and office with no hiccups, and their software has some nice features (notify of power outages using gmail if you like, tracks power usage, can auto-shutdown based on several parameters, stuff like that).
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88 1-3 stars. Scary some of them.
Check out the ones for the APC equivalent on Amazon. Hoooooo boy. Literally catching on fire.
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Check out the ones for the APC equivalent on Amazon. Hoooooo boy. Literally catching on fire.
They're all probably sourcing the batteries from the same manufactures and that is the common hazardous/failure point.
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They're all probably sourcing the batteries from the same manufactures and that is the common hazardous/failure point.
it seems to be a problem on the controllers, not the batteries. But, I'm no expert.
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Use promo code "93XPH24" to bring it down to $135.
Remember that warranties for these things last 3-5y and that you should probably replace them around that time as normal wear and tear will degrade the battery/UPS.
Every 3-5 years, the batteries wear out and need to be replaced (old ones recycled). You don't need a new UPS unit. (Years ago, during the Chinese capacitor plague, you had to replace the entire unit, but that's ancient history now.)
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it seems to be a problem on the controllers, not the batteries. But, I'm no expert.
Could be. With the amount of brand slapping being done these days, all the inner components are more or less the same quality (or lack thereof).
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Thanks! I was waiting for a deal on a unit in this size range. The $40 Staples unit I had wasn't cutting it anymore since I got a real PoE switch.
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Pulled the trigger. Pure sine wave and automatic voltage regulation. I have 3 of these already, one for the TV and two for computers.

Thanks OP!
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Bought the 1500 VA for $130 at B&H this isnt that good of a deal
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Bought the 1500 VA for $130 at B&H this isnt that good of a deal
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It's an expired deal. But, if you want to see what you missed: https://slickdeals.net/f/13851599-cyberpower-cp1500pfclcd-pfc-sinewave-ups-130-b-h?src=SiteSearchV2_SearchBarV2Algo1
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