The CP1350AVRLCD by CyberPower is designed to provide backup power to high-end computers. Apart from surge protection and battery backup, this UPS has several advanced features such automatic shutdown, network line protection and automatic voltage regulation.
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Pro Complete, efficient surge protection
This unit has surge protection rating of up to 1500 Joules, allowing it to withstand long and continuous voltage surges. It can be used in places where the network experiences frequent brownouts/voltage spikes. It also has Ethernet, telephone and coaxial line protection. Ethernet line protection is quite important, since its cable connects directly to your computer and a power surge there can potentially damage the motherboard.
Pro Displays useful info via LCD screen
This unit comes with a user-friendly LCD display that shows various output parameters like runtime, current/load level, battery level, input voltage, overload and wiring fault. It's also useful for troubleshooting any technical problems with the system.
Pro Can safely sustain the vast majority of high-end systems
The CyberPower can feed systems up to 810W, which is enough to run almost any single graphics card gaming computer with a large monitor. Typical high-end desktop computers rarely draw more than 530W of power.
Pro Your PSU won't degrade over time from mismatched inputs as the UPS outputs a simulated sine wave
The CyberPower outputs a simulated sine wave, which is supported by almost all computer PSUs. In terms of output quality, a simulated sine wave will make sure that the PSU of your machine doesn't degrade over time from mismatched inputs.
Pro Provides enough time to save your work and switch the computer off
The CyberPower will support a 810W system for approximately 7 minutes. This gives you enough time to save your work and switch the computer off without risk of hardware damage.
Pro Can automatically save data and shut down
The automated shutdown function lets your computer save data and shut itself down when the battery is almost empty during a power outage.
Con Power button's light can't be turned off
The light of the power button always stays on, unlike the LCD display, which turns off after some time. This can be quite annoying during the night.