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CyberPower 425VA CP425SLG Standby UPS Backup EXPIRED

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BH Photo Video has CyberPower 425VA CP425SLG Standby UPS Backup on sale for $29.99 when you 'clip' the coupon on the product page. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian
  • Note: Currently Back-Ordered, will ship when available.
Features:
  • Output: 255 Watts / 425 VA
  • Input: 96 to 140 VAC
  • 4 x Battery-Powered Outlets
  • 8 x Surge-Protected NEMA 5-15R Outlets
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Highly recommend these for your modem. I have these all over the place to protect my stuff during lightning storms (which are frequent in Florida) but the best use is on my modem. When those lose power even for a split second it takes a while for them to get back online so this prevents that.
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Great deal for a cheap low-power UPS for auxiliary devices. Picked one up.

Note you can disable the audio power outage alert via their software, but you do have to have the USB plugged into some kind of computer to do that.

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Highly recommend these for your modem. I have these all over the place to protect my stuff during lightning storms (which are frequent in Florida) but the best use is on my modem. When those lose power even for a split second it takes a while for them to get back online so this prevents that.

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Will this be sufficient for a 4-bay NAS?
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Will this be sufficient for a 4-bay NAS?
only for a short time (a couple minutes) and then a nice proper shutdown flushing any write pending cache.
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Been waiting for something small for my modem for a while. Just bought. Thanks.
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Will this work for modem router and switch all together in an outtage and how long?
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only for a short time (a couple minutes) and then a nice proper shutdown flushing any write pending cache.
Thank you!
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Will this work for modem router and switch all together in an outtage and how long?
Are you talking enterprise level hardware?
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Are you talking enterprise level hardware?
Fiber modem, Google puck, and a Netgear switch
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Will this work for modem router and switch all together in an outtage and how long?
Totally depends on your equipment. I have a unifi setup, PoE to a variety of different APs and cameras. Mine will last around 20-30 extra mins on this unit. Useful for getting off conference calls.
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Fiber modem, Google puck, and a Netgear switch
This would probably give you 20 minutes or so to continue working. The thing with fiber is there is usually an ONT in your garage - sometimes they have a battery backup from your ISP, sometimes they don't. You'd want to make sure that has backup power as well to continue to have connectivity.
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How long do you think this will keep a modem like a dreammachince up for ?
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$29.99, no tax with the Payboo card!
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My router just broke due to the surge after the lightning last Saturday here in Florida. This is a must for my new router! Thanks a lot OP!
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