Customer reviews for CyberPower CP1000PFCLCD 1000VA / 600W PFC compatible Pure Sine Wave UPS

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CyberPower CP1000PFCLCD 1000VA / 600W PFC compatible Pure Sine Wave UPS

CyberPower CP1000PFCLCD 1000VA / 600W PFC compatible Pure Sine Wave UPS
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Customer reviews for CyberPower CP1000PFCLCD 1000VA / 600W PFC compatible Pure Sine Wave UPS
Review 1 for CyberPower CP1000PFCLCD 1000VA / 600W PFC compatible Pure Sine Wave UPS
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Customer avatarReviewed by:Booch
Title:

quality product

PostedJune 22, 2011
Yes, I would recommend this product
needed a pure sinewave battery backup for my dell studio xps, and sure enough found this one on dell .com works perfectly,and as always at dell, the price was right, and shipped fast, thanks!
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Review 2 for CyberPower CP1000PFCLCD 1000VA / 600W PFC compatible Pure Sine Wave UPS
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Customer avatarReviewed by:Joeblade32
Title:

A good idea updated

PostedApril 19, 2011
Yes, I would recommend this product
When I was in the military, we had rooms with long rows of batteries for back-up of our communications equipment. When I lived up in the Colorado mountains I had a UPS for my computer since power could be unreliable up there. Now I live in an appartment in the city, What do I need a UPS for? Other than being a fancy surge supressor, it serves no usefull function, untill..
It was a hot summer day when I was in the middle of a project on my computer. It seemed everyone in the neighborhood decided to turn thier airconditioning on at the same time and the local power grid gos down. I was sitting looking at my monitor wile others around me were stumbling around in the dark and I thinking to my self with a warm feeling inside "It sure is nice to have a UPS."
As for the updated aspect; My old UPS was just a simple battery backup. This model has digital controls and monitoring. This along with the provided USB cable and softwere, allows you to monitor the power useage, check the event history, and adjust working parameters through your computer as though its an intagrated componant. Under actual useage It seems that I only draw about an average of 140 to 150 watts of continuous power. At that rate I have found that it gives me just over 15 minutes of full function working time befor I need to shut down. In conclution I don't find power suppies all that exciting, but have found this model to be up to date and inline for useage with my new equipment. I checked out several other brands and models and I am not sorry at all that I got this one.
Pros:personal home use
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