Pros: I have all my systems backed up on a UPS but I decided to get one for a couple of switches, my ATT box, magic jack, etc in case the power went out. I'd still have phone for a few minutes and my network in case something was being moved/updated, etc. At the time I bought this, it was on sale. For ...
Cons: I had to replace all the devices plugged into this UPS.
Summary: No storms or power fluctuations, just reading news and one whole side of the unit goes out (ZERO power now). Battery BU was not worth much at all in the first place considering it did not keep computer and LCD monitor on even during 2-3 second power outage.
Pros: More outlets than an extension cord, until it went bad. It likes to beep.
Pros: Works with old power supplies and is heavy enough to prop open a door on a windy day.
Cons: I bought this power supply 3 months ago, and it worked fine until I had to replace the power supply on my PC. Because the new powersupply I puchased uses an Active PFC this unit will not power it. Most all new powersupplies and computers are going to an Active PFC design, so don't expect this thi...
Summary: I owned one 2 years ago...The new model is better and has more feature...Is 450 Watts Has 4 outlets with battery....Has 4 outlets with surge protection.
Pros: Comes with 3 year warranty..Has 4 outlets for battery for lots of equipment..LCD screen tells minutes left...Power being used at moment.Percentage of charge on battery..Guaranteed 3 years...Should last a long time..Great product .. Affordable price..450 Watts..
Pros: I am using this for my network and home server. I have it mount to a wall in my basement with the rest of the network gear. So it's nice and small for a UPS. With everything connected and server, the LCD says 20min of backup time which is more than enough for a short outage and time for me to shu...
Cons: Only 4 outlets are on the battery the other 4 are regular outlets (power goes out no backup). Would be better to just sell a 8 plug full battery. At least I would buy that.
Pros: Great product. I forget it's there until the power goes out, and it gives me more than enough time to shut everything off. Been using it for a few years now and the batteries are still good. Better than the AP* brand we use at work.
Summary: If you do a manual reboot of the system the UPS will cause another reboot to happen at the time is programmed to do so. This will probably occur in the middle of the OS booting process already in progress and may possibly damage your boot disc if it is interrupted at the wrong time while reading the...
Pros: Works as it should.
Cons: User Manual and all other product info is lacking important info needed to set up the UPS and use it correctly. The unit is designed to cause a computer reboot after a period of time following power reconnection by the utility or user plugging it in after removing the plug to test the system. The...
Summary: It came charged. I drained and charged it three times and it worked well. The LCD indicator is very informative. The device chirps on a power loss and chirps more frequently as the battery gets closer to being fully discharged. I did not experience any other chirping as other posters mentioned.
Pros: Came charged Worked right of the box. Plug and go.
Cons: App on CD didn't work on Windows 7 64-bit (but it wasn't needed because Windows 7 has a fairly robust power management app built in)
Summary: Second CyberPower UPS I've gotten, this one for a new LCD tv, the other the 600 watt one used for my computer system. Both have worked fine so far. I live in a rural area where brown-outs, surges and lightning strikes are common.
Pros: Almost fully charged out of package; led read-out of voltage, % capacity used, charge level. Outlets spaced far enough apart.