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CyberPower CP1500PFCLCD PFC Sinewave UPS System, 1500VA/900W, 10 Outlets, AVR, Mini-Tower

Product Description
A mini-tower UPS with line interactive topology, the CyberPower PFC Sinewave CP1500PFCLCD provides battery backup, power protection (using sine wave output), and surge protection for desktop computers, workstations, networking devices, and home entertainment systems requiring active PFC power source compatibility. The CP1500PFCLCD uses Automatic Voltage Regulation (AVR) to correct minor power fluctuations without switching to battery power, which extends battery life. AVR is essential in areas where power fluctuations occur frequently.

Two USB charge ports (1 Amp shared) power portable devices such as mobile phones, MP3 players, and cameras. The CP1500PFCLCD comes with a three-year warranty (including coverage of batteries) and a $500,000 Connected Equipment Guarantee. Operating temperature – (0 – 40 °C).

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  • 1500VA/900W PFC Sine Wave Battery Backup Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) System – designed to support Active PFC and conventional power supplies
  • 10 NEMA 5-15R OUTLETS: (5) Battery Backup & Surge Protected Outlets, (5) Surge Protected Outlets safeguard servers, workstations, network devices and telecom equipment. The UPS also includes 2 USB charge ports (1 Amp shared) to power portable devices
  • MULTIFUNCTION LCD PANEL: Displays immediate, detailed information on battery and power conditions, including: estimated runtime, battery capacity, load capacity, etc. Plug Type-NEMA 5-15P. Plug Style-Right Angle, 45° Offset Right. Battery- Runtime at Half Load-11 minutes, Runtime at Full Load-2 minutes. Typical Recharge Time-8 hours
  • AUTOMATIC VOLTAGE REGULATION (AVR): Corrects minor power fluctuations without switching to battery power, thereby extending the life of the battery. Battery Type- Sealed Lead-Acid. Battery Size- 12V/8.5Ah
  • 3-YEAR WARRANTY – INCLUDING THE BATTERY, $500,000 Connected Equipment Guarantee and FREE PowerPanel Personal Edition Management Software (Download). On Battery Voltage- 120 VAC ± 5%. On Battery Frequency- 60 Hz ± 1%

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Despite what appears to be a perplexing mishmash of lines, there’s an actual method to this madness. These lines conduct electricity to get the data to the on-chip processor with no interference, thusly unlike traditionally insulated wires, circuit board lines cannot cross each other. – The darkred circles of the photo allow the data signal to safely transfer from one side of the circuit board to the other, and get past any electronic obstacles in its way.

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What customers say about CyberPower CP1500PFCLCD PFC Sinewave UPS System, 1500VA/900W, 10 Outlets, AVR, Mini-Tower?

  1. I love the strong imagery in this photo and would love to be able to use it on my website (still being built) Could you please grant or deny permission for me to use it as part of an animation by writing to me at dakinane@madasafish.com? Thanks.

  2. 2,910 of 2,959 people found the following review helpful

    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Appears solid, though slow changeovers and optimistic runtime, April 26, 2011

    By D. Alexander

    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)

    This review is from: CyberPower CP1000PFCLCD PFC Sinewave UPS System, 1000VA/600W, 10 Outlets, AVR, Mini-Tower (Electronics)

    I bought the 1000VA model in this PFC series about a month ago to replace a fading APC Back-UPS ES 725. So far, performance has been encouraging.

    My first impression upon opening the cleverly double-boxed packaging was that the picture size was deceiving. This CyberPower looks large. It’s not. It’s dwarfed by my standard mid-ATX towers. Eyeballed relative to one, it’s about half the width, half the height, and two-thirds the depth. Positively petite for a tower UPS and roughly the size of the APC it replaced were that one upturned. Extras include a short coaxial cable and an RJ-11 phone wire. Build quality seems quite good, with an attractive combination of gloss and matte black plastic. Once booted, the UPS is completely silent with mains power. It buzzes quietly and runs a small, audible internal fan when on battery.

    That said, let’s drill down the major features of the PFC series:

    Line-interactive – In the consumer world, there are three major types of UPS units: standby, line-interactive, and double conversion (“online”). Standby runs wall power straight to the device with minimal filtering unless it detects a major voltage change. Then it switches to battery. Line-interactive is the same, except with a filtering transformer between the wall and the device to handle most voltage variations. In an area with dirty power, line-interactive units won’t cycle to battery power as often. With clean power, there’s no practical difference between the two. Double-conversion means the battery always powers the device and wall power only charges the battery. The isolation is helpful for sensitive things, but less efficient because the wall power is perpetually converted from AC to DC and back to AC. The heavy-duty inverter this type requires also tends to increase cost and noise.

    Some areas will have greater voltage fluctuation than others. If you’re in California and surrounded by industrial machinery, line-interactive or double-conversion is where you want to be.

    Sine wave – When a UPS with this feature is on battery power, the cycling frequency of the AC it produces will be a smooth sine wave instead of a blocky approximation. (The quality of this approximation scales with price; the inverters in cheaper UPS models tend to produce pretty ghastly waveforms.) Most devices don’t care. Some with a direct current path may, as will electric motors and instruments that derive their timing from the power frequency. The majority of computer power supplies will work fine with any UPS, but those with active power factor correction may turn off if they encounter a particularly poor sine approximation. If the system continues to run after the UPS switches to battery, and it probably will if it’s older or inexpensive, you’re in the clear. Pure sine output is compatible with all computers and skirts the issue entirely.

    This UPS has a capacity of 600W and 1000VA. You can ignore the second number if your hardware is recent or expensive. In the grand old days when the real power use of a computer (W) was 40% less than the apparent load to the power grid (VA), it made sense to specify more VA capacity than W. Now, though, with power factor correction (an attempt make the ratio of W:VA closer to 1:1) standard for years, the actual load is likely to be 90% or more of the apparent load. A 200W computer will probably use 200-225VA of capacity. You’re therefore likely to reach the watt limit well before the one for VA.

    Here’s how the PFC models compare in maximum capacity, battery size, and runtime:

    CP850: 510W max, 1 x 7 amp-hours = 8 min @ 255W, 2 min @ 510W
    CP1000: 600W max, 1 x 9 amp-hours = 9 min @ 300W, 3 min @ 600W
    CP1350: 810W max, 2 x 7 amp-hours = 9 min @ 405W, 3 min @ 810W
    CP1500: 900W max, 2 x 8.5 amp-hours = 11 min @ 450W, 2 min @ 900W

    While the latter two have USB charging ports and more physical size to accommodate an extra battery, all four otherwise share the same feature set.

    Runtime doesn’t scale linearly with load. A CP1500 feeding 100W may well last 60 minutes. At 900W, it’ll last 2 minutes, best case. That’s a factor of 30 difference in runtime for only 9 times more load. To ensure your system stays on long enough to shut down properly, the expected draw shouldn’t be more than about 70% of the maximum capacity. CyberPower’s software can be configured to automatically shut down any single system via USB or serial, though the comments attached to this review note that older versions may write excessively to SSDs.

    In my case, I’ve got a 12-drive file server, tower PC, router, switch, 24″ LCD, and 32″ LCD plugged in. The front-panel UPS LCD tells me that is an idle load of about 340W and 350VA. Projected runtime on my CP1000 is 6 minutes. A typical single computer and LCD monitor will draw 125W together. Gaming systems and larger screens, perhaps 150W-250W at…

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  3. Remarkable image!
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  4. Wow!
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  5. also used your orange and green boards. thanks.

  6. wonderful to look at

  7. I wouldn’t consider the most beautiful shot of a circuit board although it is quite maze-like. This is a very neat exception in the labyrinth themed Flickr group.

  8. 297 of 310 people found the following review helpful

    3.0 out of 5 stars
    the unit itself was good until it died. It lasted 5 years so maybe that’s enough. But I wish I could fix it., September 21, 2016

    By Stephen Mahanes (Hyattsville, MD)

    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)

    This review is from: CyberPower CP1500PFCLCD PFC Sinewave UPS System, 1500VA/900W, 10 Outlets, AVR, Mini-Tower (Electronics)

    I owned this UPS for about 5 years before it died.

    -great value for money, in terms of battery capacity, feature set, power factor correction, and total efficiency.
    -worked great for me for 4 solid years.
    -convenient USB ports for charging portable devices without occupying outlets.

    -Failed suddenly, unexpectedly, and not due to a battery fault. Unit was under idle load only at the time.
    -Failure core F03 apparently means “warranty replacement only, do not attempt repair”
    -CyberPower support did not provide any additional information, resources, parts, or labor. They would not repair the unit even if I paid for it.
    -weird brownish-red goo near capacitors suggests that at least one capacitor has failed. Generally, replacing those caps is quick and cheap, and results in a fully operational unit.
    -I don’t like the idea of throwing away a current model product. This unit is likely very fixable. Even if they were to replace just the entire mainboard, the most expensive components (Transformer and Batteries) are fine. Total cost of repair might be $100 but that’s less than a replacement unit.

    I contacted CyberPower about it, and they said it wasn’t under warranty anymore, so I should discard it. It’s an expensive piece of equipment, which likely has $2 worth of parts to replace. It’s extremely uncool to throw away a unit full of heavy metals and functional components over a dead cap.

    I’d like to fix it, whether or not they want to help me. But I’m disappointed that they didn’t offer and refused my first request for assistance.

  9. good idea

  10. Cool!
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  11. Beautiful!

  12. very beautiful…

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  14. Hi, I’m an admin for a group called Gallery of Electronics, and we’d love to have this added to the group!

  15. 118 of 119 people found the following review helpful

    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Unit could have set house on fire — strong electrical smoke, and odor filled the room., April 18, 2017

    By Florida (Central FL United States)

    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)

    This review is from: CyberPower CP1000PFCLCD PFC Sinewave UPS System, 1000VA/600W, 10 Outlets, AVR, Mini-Tower (Electronics)

    Like several others who have written in, this unit is a real fire risk. I happened to come into the room where my UPS was operating, sitting on a carpeted floor. I smelled a strong electrical fire odor and saw smoke in the room. I traced the smoke to the UPS and tried to turn it off. It just kept displaying 72 minutes remaining. I unplugged it. Still smoke and smell and the case was hot to touch. Its vents were not covered by anything, and it had “breathing room” and I could see the smoke coming out. The display stayed on. I tried the switch again. Couldn’t turn it off. I decided I would have to remove the battery, but the door wouldn’t open. I was getting worried with the heat and smoke it was still generating so I finally grabbed a screwdriver and chisel and managed to pry the battery door loose so i could remove a battery connection. THEN it shut off. About two months ago it began dropping power to my desktop so I had unplugged that CPU because my wall power was more reliable at that point, frankly; that left me running two flat screen monitors and the speaker amp for the computer.
    Enough people have had smoke or fire problems with this unit that a recall should be considered or at least directions for how to quickly remove the battery; otherwise people can be breathing the smoke and fumes in a small space (under a computer desk) while trying to figure out how to shut the darn thing down in a hurry, assuming they were home and lucky enough to spot the problem early ! I’ve written the company about the situation and asked if there is a recall out there somewhere.
    UPDATE 4-23-17: I emailed the company immediately, giving the facts and asking if any recalls, and within a day, an email reply suggested I call tech service. The unit was past warranty time but given the nature of the failure, I suggested registered owners be contacted ASAP with the quickest way to kill power to the circuitry if they experience what some of us have experienced. That’s a reasonably inexpensive precaution, especially if panic resulted or someone doesn’t have tools handy. Tech Support is having me return the unit for examination and supplying a replacement unit for the hassles, which seems reasonable. BTW, the battery seemed ok, once removed.

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