Reviews and Problems with Cyber Power CP1350AVRLCD
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Nice security blanket
David, B&H Photo
6 March 2016
Excerpt: I purchased the CP1350AVRLCD just in case the power goes out at my home office. I have my docking station and two external monitors plugged into it. Nice security blanket because you just never know.
Summary: I would highly recommend this unit, I bought 2 of these and they are working great. The LED display only lights up momentarily when you press a button, but when normal power fails, it does come on and stay on so that you can monitor the remaining time left on the battery.
Pros: Small footprint, it takes up much less space than other UPS devices that I have had. Great software interface with lots of information. Has plenty of battery power to run my desktop and 2 monitors.
Cons: The LED display is not as bright as I would like it to be.
Summary: I have this plugged into my home server, modem, router & 24" monitor. Keeps everything going when the power blinks out and allows me about 35 minutes on battery power. Gives me plenty of time to finish and save what I'm doing and shut it down manually if I want to.
Summary: A TV with a power supply that went down prompted this purchase. Out TV technician suggested my wife and I consider buying a unit that maintains a constant 120 V power supply. If the power goes down the internal battery provides the power to anything plugged in.
Summary: Haveing switched from a laptop to a desktop, it wasn't until there was a series of 'brown outs' that I realised the value of this UPS. Works great so far and provides piece of mind. Also works great as a surge protector.
Summary: I have had the unit for more than a month and it has performed flawlessly. I have some electronics which appears to be very sensitive to voltage fluctuations, etc. These units have had fewer interruptions during such voltage changes (T storms, etc).