Reviews and Problems with Cyber Power CP1350AVRLCD
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Awesomness in a box.
Brian G., Newegg
24 April 2015
Summary: If you don't already own a PSU, it's a mighty good investment to spend some loot on a good one. It's probably too much for my machine, but as the saying goes, "too much is never enough". And it's lasted me for just over a year so far.. Protect your investments.
Pros: Simple. Gratifying. Sexy design. Simple to control. Included software will give you some insight to the power coming into your PC on a regular basis. At least for the 950 VA, it provided my power hungry desktop with about 45 minutes of uptime, and just my modem/router about three hours of life du...
Cons: The LED backlight doesn't have an option to stay on, or have any kind of adjustable duration. Definitely not enough of an issue to cost an egg.
Pros: If you're have the IQ to build a computer, you should protect it with clean, uninterrupted voltage to your PSU. I own 6 of these things and none have failed or ever let me down. I have one on every TV and computer. Storms and brownouts come, my hardware is protected.
Excerpt: CP1350AVRLCD Intelligent LCD UPS by CyberPower failed after following the instructions to charge before using by internally creating a load that increased until the fire alarm went off. B&H promptly issued an RMA to return the defective unit.
CyberPower Intelligent LCD Series CP1350AVRLCD 1350 VA 810 Watts
Brett E., Newegg
13 March 2015
Summary: Battery backups are Heavy, if you get a bad one (Like I did) you are out of luck. I live in Central Florida. Battery backups & surge protection are mandatory. I have Always stuck with APC until now. CyberPower is a Terrible company. Never Again.
Pros: It Seems to work so far......................
Cons: Buyer Beware!!! CyberPower does NOT seal there Boxes with shrink wrap or even tape them closed. Anyone from the Factory to your front door can open them & take what ever they want out of it. My unit arrived in a timely fashion from newegg but was MISSING- The Software CD, coaxial cable, ether net...
Summary: I got this for my Synology DS1813+ and a low wattage PC. I thought I was going to around 15 minutes of battery but I get around 40 minutes. The unit is a little big but I knew that when I bought it.
Pros: Its a battery backup unit. Has surge protection. LCD with an ETA on battery remaining along with other details.
Cons: No major cons. LED power button is a little bright for it to be in a entertainment room. 8 hour charge time is a little off. More like 9 hours on full discharge. Batteries are sealed lead-acid wet cells. I just hope they don't leak over time.
Summary: The description needs to be changed on newegg for these AVR models as they provide no simulated sine wave as is listed. The will not work with modern power supplies in PCs with Active PFC because they do not provide sine wave or simulated sine wave power.
Excerpt: Works great and the software is nice but it came with some pits and scratches on the top. B and H were nice enough to offer me a rma with a prepaid shipping label but since it's stashed way under my desk and the scratches can't be seen, I will just live with it.I am running 2 computers, 2 monitors,...
Pros: Adequate Power, Easy To Set Up, Long Lasting Power, Quiet Operation, Reliable Performance, Small Footprint
Pros: Backup unit works great. Keeps desktop running for about 30min after power lose. Also have my router and modem hooked up to it. Without the desktop running, the router and modem seem to last forever on the battery. Will buy another for my TV and Xbox.
Summary: Manufacturers should bear cost of return during warranty period or at least for 30 days. That might improve product reliability.
Pros: Really great power level for the price especially with free shipping. Great features and number of outlets.
Cons: Plugged it in and it worked great. Plenty of power for my requirements. Died after 3 days. Powered itself down overnight. Turned it back on and got surge suppressed power out but no battery backed up power. RMA'd it. Shipping cost to return is $26 USD. Not quite as good a deal as I first thought.