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  • 2x USB 2.1A Charging Ports
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TL;DR
A rule of thumb is that if your device has a separate "100–240V" power adapter, it should be fine with a modified-sine UPS.

Here's what Tripp Lite has to say about Pure Sine Wave vs. Modified Sine Wave:
https://blog.tripplite.com/pure-s...explained/

[...] typical applications for pure sine wave UPS systems involve the protection of critical server, network, medical and telecommunications equipment. Modified sine wave UPS systems typically protect PCs, home entertainment systems, A/V components and media centers.


Here's superuser's opinion:
https://superuser.com/questions/9...e-wave-ups
Too many interesting points to quote.
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In for one, thanks OP!

Cyberpower Intelligent LCD 1500 VA Battery Backup UPS, 10-Outlets, Black (LX1500GU)
Item: 24403535|Model: LX1500GU
1 @ $159.99 EACHPrice $159.99
$25 off your online order of $100 or more.-$25.00
$30 off Coupon-$30.00
$20 Off Cyberpower Intelligent LCD 1500 VA Battery Backup UPS, 10-Outlets, Black-$20.00
Total Price $84.99
Are you able to get it for 85 instead of 115 by stacking coupons?
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In for one, thanks OP!

Cyberpower Intelligent LCD 1500 VA Battery Backup UPS, 10-Outlets, Black (LX1500GU)
Item: 24403535|Model: LX1500GU
1 @ $159.99 EACHPrice $159.99
$25 off your online order of $100 or more.-$25.00
$30 off Coupon-$30.00
$20 Off Cyberpower Intelligent LCD 1500 VA Battery Backup UPS, 10-Outlets, Black-$20.00
Total Price $84.99
What is the coupon for $30?
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Anything made by Cyberpower has always been and probably will be nothing but crap. Speaking from experience worth their speakers to lower wattage battery backups. If you've got electronics worth protecting , stick with APC.... Period!
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I'm talking about the 12V battery which you can at most charge it at 18V, so 1500W? what current at the charging circuit?
To recap what you said earlier "It pulls 1500w to charge itself. ".
Good question... after researching parts, I was wrong... and here is why.

They are using two Leoch 12v 9Ah batteries [amazon.com] in parallel for a total of 18Ah at 12v for a total of 216 Wh, that would convert to 1.8 Ah and 192Wh at 120v before loss., which theoretically gives you about 11 minutes on full load at the rated 900w output before loss.

As well, they are using a dual use transformer that as near as I can tell, puts out a maximum of 40 watts, that as stated, requires 8 hours to charge batteries. The same transformer also converts to 120 volt output from batteries.

So, the 1500 watt input is not to charge the batteries, but is the run through to outlets when not on backup power from batteries. At least that makes sense to me.
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Anything made by Cyberpower has always been and probably will be nothing but crap. Speaking from experience worth their speakers to lower wattage battery backups. If you've got electronics worth protecting , stick with APC.... Period!
After researching the components for this unit, I have to agree that you are not getting anymore than you pay for and fully loaded to 900 watt output, I doubt if you have 10 minutes of power to get everything shut down when unit is new and batteries have full power. I did not realize the forward marketing of these things... but now I do.
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Anything made by Cyberpower has always been and probably will be nothing but crap. Speaking from experience worth their speakers to lower wattage battery backups. If you've got electronics worth protecting , stick with APC.... Period!
I've had a few APC's, even a couple big server sized ones at home, and I like the 1500VA CyberPower units (1 AVR and 1 PFC) I have better than any of the APC's I've had. One of the big APC's died, and got very very hot: I'm glad I noticed before anything bad happened.
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After researching the components for this unit, I have to agree that you are not getting anymore than you pay for and fully loaded to 900 watt output, I doubt if you have 10 minutes of power to get everything shut down when unit is new and batteries have full power. I did not realize the forward marketing of these things... but now I do.
My whole system is currently drawing 170 watts from the UPS, which includes 2 monitors, computer, 2 routers, and a few other small items, so it should give me at least a half hour to shut everything down, and if you install the USB cable and software, it will shut down automatically when it gets low.
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Are you able to get it for 85 instead of 115 by stacking coupons?
Yes, plus tax of course.
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What is the coupon for $30?
My previous order was canceled and they gave me a one time use coupon.
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Would this be able to power a modem/router combo for a bit in case of a power outage?
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My whole system is currently drawing 170 watts from the UPS, which includes 2 monitors, computer, 2 routers, and a few other small items, so it should give me at least a half hour to shut everything down, and if you install the USB cable and software, it will shut down automatically when it gets low.
That was helpful... the software to shut down when not around. I leave one PC on 24/7 at house and one at shop that records all camera video that also sends to cloud server. Just starting to invest in solar and storage, there is a learning curve that can be overwhelming.
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Why all the plugs and connectors are in the rear instead of the top, inconvenient to plug in and unplug!
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Would this be able to power a modem/router combo for a bit in case of a power outage?
Absolutely... look at post #50 for the presumed output and time that megazone23 got me curious about. I will say one thing about this unit, it does seem to have decent batteries.

Around here, when the power goes out, so does the switch for cable.
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I hate having to replace the tiny batteries on these UPS. I have like 8 APC UPS with dead batteries and the batteries cost as much as the UPS itself.

I don't know if the Cyperpower UPS has better batteries or not. My CyberPower UPS is like 1 year old. Still good for now.

I've decide to get a whole house UPS and just use Lithium Batteries or big 12V car batteries.
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