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CyberPower - CP1500PFCLCD UPS

( 4.8 Average / 6 Ratings )

Specifications

Manufacturer

CyberPower

Part #

CP1500PFCLCD

Load Capacity (VA)

1.5 kVA

Load Capacity (W)

900 W

Backup/Run Time (Full Load)

1.98 Minutes

Backup/Run Time (Half Load)

10.98 Minutes

Battery Chemistry

Sealed Lead Acid

Dataline Protection

RJ-11
RG-6

Form Factor

Tower

Input Voltage

110 V AC

Maximum Battery Recharge Time

8 Hour

Output Voltage

120 V AC

Receptacles

10 x NEMA 5-15R

Waveform Type

Sine Wave

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Reviews

MA1NFRAM3 17 points 33 months ago

I have two computers in a home office hooked up to this UPS. One is an AMD 8-core system and the other is an Intel 4-core system. Both are gaming systems with high-end graphics cards and multiple hard drives. The AMD system has a 650-watt power supply and the Intel system has a 750-watt power supply. With both systems running I am at about 60 to 70 percent load. Living in FL we have multiple brown-outs a year and this UPS carries my systems through these without issue.

sPACerANGErtOm 76 points 25 months ago
from completed build Tian Di

Excellent for conditioning the power esp against brown outs. And its neat when the power goes out and the PC keeps going.

Nanekud1 13 points 11 months ago

Very cool UPS. Nice display shows power draw from components plugged into it. Should be helpful keeping my PC PSU healthy.

erp987 26 points 11 months ago
from completed build My Demise!

Have to protect my hardware! Hardware safe!

ubercake 4 points 5 months ago
from completed build Perpetuity

Good UPS, but hard to maintain. I've had my unit for around 6 years. It can maintain a high-end system at full capabilities for around 10 minutes and while only running the OS for around 20-30 minutes. Plenty of time to safely shut it down in the event of a power outage.
I had to replace the batteries around a year and a half ago. Replacement batteries were around $70. The way this unit is put together, it is hard to get the batteries into the unit very easy to break the display upon doing so. The unit works as advertised, but if they made it easier to maintain, it would be a five-star product.