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CyberPower CST1400S Sine Wave 1400VA/900W UPS Refurb $99.99 @ Woot (OOS)

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Is this just a CP1500PFCLCD in disguise? Like a specific retailer version?
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Any experience with refurbished units?
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Tempted. Wonder if the batteries are new/replaced as part of the refurbishing process.
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Quote from Logan_71 :
Tempted. Wonder if the batteries are new/replaced as part of the refurbishing process.
Should be! Woot page says new batteries and factory refurbished.
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Should be! Woot page says new batteries and factory refurbished.
I wouldn't trust Woot on this. Too much of a gamble to trust your expensive electronics to a refurbished UPS from Woot. Spend the extra money for a new unit.
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Quote from ccl13 :
Is this just a CP1500PFCLCD in disguise? Like a specific retailer version?
1500VA vs 1400VA?
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1500VA vs 1400VA?
This has been the case for Costco specific versions of things, like router has a lower speed number, or UPS with a smaller VA number. But the actually product is exactly the same as the "better" version. Just wondering if this is the same case.
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This has been the case for Costco specific versions of things, like router has a lower speed number, or UPS with a smaller VA number. But the actually product is exactly the same as the "better" version. Just wondering if this is the same case.
This is not always true. While they can change the model number for Warehouse clubs, it feels stupid to market something as downgraded when it is the same.


Oh and there is a 1325VA Sine wave model as well, which is actually really close to the 1500VA model but I have had both, and they were indeed using different batteries. So, I thing this is probably also different from the 1500VA model.
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This is not always true. While they can change the model number for Warehouse clubs, it feels stupid to market something as downgraded when it is the same.


Oh and there is a 1325VA Sine wave model as well, which is actually really close to the 1500VA model but I have had both, and they were indeed using different batteries. So, I thing this is probably also different from the 1500VA model.
Yeah I know it is not always true. That's why I am asking if this is the case here.
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Tempting…
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CyberPower sucks got 4 units failed from 8 we bought in 2020.
old APC from 2017 still running strong.

never again CyberPower ! refurb even worse.

also some CyberPower modells put out only 90-100 volt !

fact i tried CyberPower but will never buy anything again from them.
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Quote from ccl13 :
Is this just a CP1500PFCLCD in disguise? Like a specific retailer version?
No, the specs page linked shows this using 2 7AH batteries, and the 1500 uses 2 9AH
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Quote from oceanone :
CyberPower sucks got 4 units failed from 8 we bought in 2020.
old APC from 2017 still running strong.

never again CyberPower ! refurb even worse.

also some CyberPower modells put out only 90-100 volt !

fact i tried CyberPower but will never buy anything again from them.
I have never used a CyberPower ups but had a bad experience with APC. It had an audible alarm whenever there was a power fluctuation. A very loud alarm. Painful, inducing a migraine loud. That could only be shut off by killing power to the ups.

In Philly, most power issues are a hiccup that flickers the lights for a second or a outage that last sometimes less than a minute to a few minutes. So, I would have to shut everything down and reboot just to shut the alarm off. Even though the power was usually back before I could start the shutdown. This was incredibly annoying and happened about once a week or more in the summer. I think the alarm was loud enough to cause hearing loss. I know my ears were ringing afterwards for sure.

So anyone know how the alarms work for these newer models and if they can be shut off without cutting power to the ups?
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