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What dont we like about this one?
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CyberPower C1500PL PFC Sinewave UPS Systems with pure sine wave output. Not a simulate sine wave.

I bought CyberPower CP1500PFCLCD PFC Sinewave UPS System, 1500VA/900W, 10 Outlets, AVR, Mini-Tower in December 2019 with $129.95
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What dont we like about this one?
My best guess, in looking at the photo, is that this is the older model without a USB-C port - so maybe people are thinking that the batteries are older. Still selling for ~$210ish on Amazon and this is the Wirecutter's upgrade pick so it seems decent to me. I bought the newer model off an SD post earlier this year for $139.05 w/ tax - so maybe the thinking is 'why buy the older version for the same price I've seen the newer one go for?'
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Best deal would be $120 or $130, but at $140 it's still a very good deal if you need this.

https:// camelcamelcamel .com/product/B00429N19W

Sales on these only happen once or twice a year.
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off topic, where do people usually bring the spent batteries to?
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off topic, where do people usually bring the spent batteries to?
Typically, your county will have recycling centers/dumps that accept batteries. My county's website has a list of centers and what they accept including "Vehicle and small equipment lead acid rechargeable"
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Typically, your county will have recycling centers/dumps that accept batteries. My county's website has a list of centers and what they accept including "Vehicle and small equipment lead acid rechargeable"
Thanks, my county does have the info, i just found out that I can drop them at home depot as well. These battery seems to fail between 2 to 4 years.
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Thanks, my county does have the info, i just found out that I can drop them at home depot as well. These battery seems to fail between 2 to 4 years.
That depends on how often they get cycled, it seems. I'm a VFX artist and run simulations all the time, which pull a lot of juice. Last month I had a simulation going when the power dropped. I have the 1350VA version of this unit, 5+ years old, and it held up at 600W draw (for the PC and two displays) as I stopped the simulation, and then 2 more minutes at about 35% of that as I saved everything to NAS and then shut everything down.
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I have a variety of smaller and slightly larger UPS units for a bit more than 6 years now. Some come and go already, some even reincarnated for twice already. The only ones lasted the full 6 year with at worst about 30% degrading of battery time, are units of this model, CP1500PFCLCD.

From late 2018 I've stopped to replace broken ones with other model but only this model, well, when usage allows.

There's a newer revision of this model since last year which is slightly taller, comes with USB-C sockets (honestly I don't see the point, they are not USB PD anyways). And judging by spec and picture, TigerDirect is clearing the older revision. I believe internally they are exactly the same for all critical components.

One tip to share is the newer revision comes with network module port, covered so I don't know if that works or not. However for all revisions you can use business version of CyberPower's PowerPanel software and make a networked UPS system out of it. Super useful software.
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what's the cheapest real sine wave model I should pay attention to? My Mac is in the kitchen and occasionally the circuit breaker will flip if I use too many appliances at the same time; so I just need short duration of protection (enough time for me to get to the electrical panel to reset the breaker =) )
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This or APC BR1500MS? Tried to order BR1500MS but OOS on staples.com
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off topic, where do people usually bring the spent batteries to?
Neighbors trash bin...
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this seems to be the older version as the newer version has the power light to the left and 12 outlets vs 10 in the back

https://www.amazon.com/CyberPower...B00429N19W
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Thanks for posting. Have been waiting for these to go on sale again.
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