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CyberPower - CP1350PFCLCD UPS

( 4.8 Average / 6 Ratings )

Specifications

Manufacturer

CyberPower

Part #

CP1350PFCLCD

Load Capacity (VA)

1350 VA

Load Capacity (W)

810 W

Alarm

On Battery
Low Battery
Overload
Fault

Backup/Run Time (Full Load)

3 Minutes

Backup/Run Time (Half Load)

9 Minutes

Battery Chemistry

Sealed Lead Acid

Dataline Protection

RG-6
RJ-11
RJ-45

Emergency Power OFF

No

Form Factor

Mini-tower

Input Voltage

110 V AC

Maximum Battery Recharge Time

8 Hour

Output Voltage

120 V AC

Protection Type

Overload

Receptacles

10 x NEMA 5-15R

Serial Port

Yes

USB

Yes

Waveform Type

Sine Wave

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Prices

Merchant Base Promo Shipping Tax Availability Total
PC-Canada $223.99 $223.99+
Mike's Computer Shop $224.12 +FREE s/h In stock $224.12
Newegg Canada $224.99 $224.99+
shopRBC $252.00 Out of stock $252.00+
Newegg Canada Marketplace $258.33 $258.33+

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Reviews

Shikkun 13 points 24 months ago
from completed build Blue Ice V2.0

Power outages and brownouts are fairly common where I live, and the wiring in my house is not great, hence why I decided to buy a UPS. This particular model is designed to work with active PFC power supplies (which is not supposed to strain the PSU when it goes into batter backup mode), which is why I chose to go with this one over some of the cheaper models that only offered simulated sine wave. It's already saved me from a few outages in the month that I've had it, so it's doing it's job pretty well, so far. My only gripe is that the software looks extremely outdated, but that's a small con.

nahnahgames 24 points 17 months ago
from completed build Arctic R5-Ryzen 7

My second CyberPower UPS (the first is still in use), and not disappointed. Easily supports the full system plus other peripherals (modem, router, etc.).

Velcade 23 points 7 months ago
from completed build Meshify and Coffee Lake

It's running great. Nice to have an UPS incase the power goes out. CyberPower makes great UPSs and the software is nice to monitor and tweak the settings.

Scrollwheel 20 points 6 months ago
from completed build RoG Monster

Excellent "personal" ups solution for a home office or gaming area; easy to set-up, and alerts you when it needs intervention.

Velcade 15 points 2 months ago

I really think people underestimate the usefulness of an UPS. I have had 3 power outages this summer and this thing has worked flawlessly. One time I didn't even realize the power went out until I got booted from game for network issues. It allows me plenty of time to shutdown my computer properly and the front facing USB ports are nice for charging phones or tablets in an emergency situation.