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CyberPower Intelligent LCD 12-Outlet 1500VA UPS System EXPIRED

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Staples has CyberPower Intelligent LCD 12-Outlet 1500VA UPS System (CP1500AVRLCD) on sale for $114.95 when you apply coupon code 94471 at checkout. To earn 2% in Slickdeals Cashback, before purchase, follow the cashback instructions below. Shipping is free.

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Features:
  • This mini-tower uninterruptible power supply (UPS) provides battery backup power and surge protection for connected equipment including computers, networking devices, personal electronics, and entertainment systems.
  • Surge energy rating: 1500 joules
  • Equipped with 12 surge-protected outlets for seamless connectivity (6 battery-connected)
  • This UPS has a Runtime of 3 min at Full Load and a Runtime of 12 min at Half Load with a recharge time of 8 hours.
  • Multifunction LCD Panel - Displays immediate, detailed information on the UPS battery and power conditions, alerting users to potential problems before they can affect critical equipment and cause downtime.
  • 3-Year Limited Warranty

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    • Our research indicates that CyberPower Intelligent LCD 12-Outlet 1500VA UPS System (CP1500AVRLCD) is $40 lower (25.8% savings) than the next best price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $154.95 at the time of this posting.
    • This offer also matches our previous frontpage deal from April.
  • About this product:
    • 4.5 out of 5 stars based on 74 reviews at Staples.
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Staples has CyberPower Intelligent LCD 12-Outlet 1500VA UPS System (CP1500AVRLCD) on sale for $114.95 when you apply coupon code 94471 at checkout.
Features:
This mini-tower uninterruptible power supply (UPS) provides battery backup power and surge protection for connected equipment including computers, networking devices, personal electronics, and entertainment systems.
Surge energy rating: 1500 joules
Equipped with 12 surge-protected outlets for seamless connectivity (6 battery-connected)
This UPS has a Runtime of 3 min at Full Load and a Runtime of 12 min at Half Load with a recharge time of 8 hours.
Multifunction LCD Panel - Displays immediate, detailed information on the UPS battery and power conditions, alerting users to potential problems before they can affect critical equipment and cause downtime.
3-Year Limited Warranty


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What happens if the psu has active power correction and a non sinewave UPS is used? Can that lead to problems?
Simulated sine wave for those who are interested
Nope.

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Simulated sine wave for those who are interested
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Simulated sine wave for those who are interested
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If your computer's power supply is active power factor correction you need the sinewave version of this!
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If your computer's power supply is active power factor correction you need the sinewave version of this!

Isn't that every PSU made in the past decade or so?
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Isn't that every PSU made in the past decade or so?
Nope.
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If your computer's power supply is active power factor correction you need the sinewave version of this!
What happens if the psu has active power correction and a non sinewave UPS is used? Can that lead to problems?
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How long will it last if the power goes out, both with a computer running and without? Thank you!
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What happens if the psu has active power correction and a non sinewave UPS is used? Can that lead to problems?
Based in a quick search: power shorts. Simulated means it's not using efficient power draw so it can add noise and cause damage. Pure sine wave is accurate power draw and is safer for sensitive equipment. It varies by device.
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My pc has 1000w psu, 11th gen i7 and 3090 would this be enough or should I wait for higher model? I do not really get blackouts or power fluctuations (our town has its own power plant) and I still use my CyberPower APC which is like 10 years old at this point but was never used aside from few shutdowns on my older less powerful computers I had before before I moved here. Display shows battery health is missing one bar.
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Simulated sine wave for those who are interested
It's amazing how there is always something to learn. Pretty sure this is why my current PC, using one like this, is turning off in the middle of a game where power draw is kicking up (and the PSU exceeds requirements for the rest of the system).
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How long do these UPS' last? What do you do into once the battery dies? My last APC died after 9 years but barely saw any action. Technically it should have lasted longer.
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How long do these UPS' last? What do you do into once the battery dies? My last APC died after 9 years but barely saw any action. Technically it should have lasted longer.
The batteries last a few years. At least two years. Four is pushing it. You can replace them for $30-40.
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