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CyberPower Intelligent LCD Series GreenPower UPS CP1350AVRLCD 1350 VA 810 Watts 4 x 5-15R Battery/Surge Protected 4 x 5-15R Surge Protected Outlets UPS

  • 1350 VA 810 Watts
  • 4 x 5-15R Battery/Surge Protected
  • 4 x 5-15R Surge Protected Outlets
  • 1 x Serial DB9; 1 x USB 4-pin
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The CP1350AVRLCD Battery Backup

1350VA / 810Watts Capacity
Automatic Voltage Regulation (AVR)
Multifunction LCD Display Panel
1500 Joules of Surge Protection
8 Surge Protected Outlets
(4 with Battery Backup)
Up to 157 Minutes of Runtime @ 50W
Coaxial/Network/Phone Connection

CyberPower CP1350AVRLCD Line-Interactive UPS System

Offering battery backup protection for home computers and networks, wireless routers and entertainment equipment.

Why you need it: When power goes out for even a second it can result in data loss and hardware damage which can shorten equipment life expectancy. This battery backup unit provides sufficient emergency runtime power to allow for safe closure of open files and proper shut down of electronics when an outage occurs. In addition, it safeguards electronics from commonly occurring power surges caused by storms, activity on the power grid or high-powered equipment turning on and off. Automatic Voltage Regulation (AVR) stabilizes incoming voltage, preventing chronic problems caused by minor but frequent power fluctuations.


Typical Use

Provides backup power and surge protection for home and small office computers, wired and wireless network routers and modems, home theater systems, game consoles and personal electronics. Safeguards valuable documents, photos, videos and music files from loss or damage due to power fluctuations and surges as well as uncontrolled equipment shutdown caused by power interruptions.


Product Highlights

Surge Protection — Prevents damage to equipment from surges and spikes, including lightning, and also safeguards telephone and fax equipment, cable modems and routers from power surges traveling through unprotected phone or data lines (RG6/RJ11/RJ45). The amount of energy a surge protector can absorb is measured in joules. A higher joule rating means more protection.

Ultra-Quiet Operation — Eliminates distracting fan noise normally emitted by battery backup units.

ENERGY STAR Qualified — Recognized by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as one of the most energy efficient battery backup units available.

Automatic Voltage Regulation (AVR) — Corrects minor power fluctuations, including under-voltages, without switching to the battery, thereby extending battery life - essential in areas where power fluctuations occur frequently.

Multifunction LCD Panel — Displays battery backup vitals for easy monitoring of run-time and power conditions.


Additional Features

Energy-Saving Technology — GreenPower UPS Bypass Design saves energy costs by reducing power consumption and heat buildup.

Computer Monitoring — PowerPanel Personal Edition management software allows for controlling and monitoring the battery backup to safeguard open files and connected equipment during an outage.

USB & Serial Communication Ports — Allows communication between the battery backup unit and the PowerPanel software installed on the connected computer to enable power management and auto shutdown functionality.

Noise Filtering — Advanced EMFI/RFI noise filtering coils reduce electromagnetic and radio frequency interference that cause disruptive humming and static.

Wide-Spaced Outlets — Large transformer block-style plugs can be connected without obstructing other outlets.

Building Wiring Fault Indicator — LED status light on battery backup unit indicates wall outlet wiring problems, such as improper grounding, that could inhibit surge protection or cause shocks. When lit, a professional electrician should be contacted to correct the problem.

Audible Alarms — Distinctive tones sound when the backup unit is on battery power, overloaded or low on power. The alarm can be silenced if desired.


FREE PowerPanel Personal Edition Management Software

PowerPanel PE is included with this battery backup unit and is easily downloaded and installed on any computer. Its diagnostic screens facilitate complete control of the battery backup unit's capabilities.

Highlights
  • Intuitive dashboard design
  • Real-time monitoring of battery backup status
  • Self-testing functionality
  • Adjustable high/low voltage warnings
  • Safe auto shutdown
  • Configurable system notifications
  • Power problem event summary

Versions available for download:

PowerPanel PE for Windows — Compatible with Windows 2000, 2003, XP 32/64, Vista 32/64, 7, 8, and Server 2008 and 2012

PowerPanel PE for Linux — Compatible with most versions of Linux

PowerPanel PE for Mac — Compatible with Mac OSX 10.4.1+

Works with Mac Energy Saver — No software required


Product Support

Lifetime Connected Equipment Protection — Covers up to $500,000 on any properly connected equipment damaged by a power surge caused by storms.

Free Technical Support — Assists customers with any product, installation, or warranty concerns at no added cost.



Estimated Runtimes for the CP1350AVRLCD Battery Backup

Load
50 Watts 100 Watts 300 Watts 500 Watts 700 Watts
Runtime
157 Minutes 59 Minutes 14 Minutes 7 Minutes 3 Minutes

Specifications

Power Protection Type
UPS
Capacity
1350VA / 810Watts
Total Outlets
8 Outlets, 4 Battery + Surge & 4 Surge Only
Outlet Type
3-Prong Standard - NEMA 5-15R
Cord Length & Plug Type
6 ft. (1.83 m) Cord - Right Angle Plug - NEMA 5-15P
UPS Topology
Line-Interactive
Surge Suppression
1500 Joules
Coax/Network/Phone Protection
Coax RG6 1-in, 1-out; RJ45/RJ11 Combo 1-in, 1-out
Energy-Saving Technology
GreenPower UPS Bypass Design
Input Voltage Compatibility
120VAC
Frequency Compatibility
60Hz
On Battery Waveform
Simulated Sine Wave
On Battery Voltage
120Vac +/- 5%
On Battery Frequency
60Hz +/- 1%
Battery Size & Type
Rechargeable 12V/8AH Sealed Lead Acid (User Replaceable)
Dimensions
4" W x 9.75" H x 13.25" D (10.2cm W x 24.8cm H x 33.7cm D)
Weight
25 lbs. (11.4 kg)


What's Included in the Box

(1) CP1350AVRLCD Battery Backup UPS, (1) User manual, (1) USB device cable, (1) Telephone cable, (1) Coaxial cable, (1) Warranty registration card, and (1) PowerPanel Personal Edition software CD


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Warranty

  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years


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  • John B.
  • 8/11/2014 9:06:40 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsA source of intermittent trouble: Do the research, Buyer!

Pros: Batteries seem to last. PSU switches in brownouts and preserves computer operability in blackouts -- or provides orderly unattended shutdown.

Cons: I have been using UPS hardware since 1993, when a violent storm in Northern Virginia killed or damaged some of my computer hardware. Starting with TrippLite, I've also used APC and Belkin. I tried replacing old batteries with new on these units and with some success, but decided the cost was too close to the retail UPS price to bother. Units at end of their warranty period or expected life get re-deployed to purposes that don't require as much concern over BSODs, orderly shutdown, or even monitoring. Dead units wait for the Saturday drive to the county recycling center.

NOBODY advertised or indicated that this model has incompatibilities with (some) Active-PFC-enabled computer power supplies (PSUs). This is confirmed by an earlier review by "Dan" who was able to provoke a response and explanation from Cyber Power -- very helpful but a bit late to some buyers..

NO . . . COMPUTER . . . ENTHUSIAST . . . is EVER likely to choose a PSU which DOESN'T FEATURE ACTIVE PFC. I have gravitated almost exclusively toward Seasonic PSUs, because of their review history and the simple emerging facts that they end up as rebadged units marketed by other makers of reliable power-supplies. For instance, PC Power &Cooling, which featured their 550W "Turbo" model some years back, began to offer "Silencer" models, while changing ownership to OCZ and at least another manufacturer.

I have been troubleshooting a very intermittent problem for at least six months. I went forward sooner with planned upgrades with new parts -- I had a budget; I tracked down every source of red or yellow "bang" events in my event logs and eliminated the OS or software as a possible cause; I reset my BIOS settings to stock or "auto" for CPU and RAM.

The event logs were all "blue" and the intermittent instability stopped occurring for a period of some three months 24/7 operation.

But I had also been tracking other events during the months of troubleshooting: for instance, the timing of freeze-ups or BSODs -- often occurring some hours to as much as a day after a momentary brown-out and switch between AC and battery. All of this took time and patience. I made sure to test my Seasonic 850W "Gold" PSU with a testing device, but the software monitors also showed it to be rock solid and giving ripple-attenuated steady power for the three voltages and ample rails.

This last time, there was no other explanation than the problem cited by the other buyer and acknowledged by Cyber Power. Two brownouts in one day were followed some hours later by the familiar, otherwise infrequent freeze.

Other Thoughts: The unit is heading into its sunset years. I've ordered a replacement which had a spec sheet touting "compatibility with Active-PFC." The 1350AVRLCD will be redeployed for my Home Theater AVR and HDTV.

Good grief. If you left home for an hour, you wouldn't know when a brownout had occurred, allowing you to reboot the system to avoid instability. These things are expensive enough to warrant some patient testing before you choose to keep the product. Who would imagine?!

Manufacturer Response:

Thank you for your comments on the CyberPower CP1350AVRLCD. Unfortunately the Newegg product listing page does not currently provide a way to list information regarding a sine wave UPS for active PFC power supplies. The CyberPower Store Page does provide details regarding this important information in a side banner titled - "PFC SineWave Series Use the Right Equipment for the Right Job". You are correct that systems using a power supply with Active PFC (including ENERGY STAR 5.0 systems) may experience issues with a non-sine wave UPS. As a result, CyberPower introduced the PFC Sinewave UPS series to address these issues. These models offer 100% pure sine wave and are the most cost effective UPS solution for systems using power supplies with Active PFC. Take a look at CyberPower models CP850PFCLCD, CP1000PFCLCD, CP1350PFCLCD or CP1500PFCLCD. Newegg and the CyberPower web site (cpsww.com) offer a CyberPower UPS Selector Guide which will help guide you to the correct models that match your needs.

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  • John B.
  • 8/9/2014 10:07:00 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsWho WOULDN'T build a computer with Active PFC?!

Pros: It DOES provide conditioned power to the items connected to it. On MY machine, it DOES "salvage" the computer's operability enough to shut it down properly during an outage. But . . . . [but, but but . . ]

Cons: If you had a career of "hands-on" computer experience -- building, programming, and "mainstream" apps -- you might have used at least a few of these devices with different manufactures: APC, TrippLite, Belkin. I think I first saw CyberPower units around 2004 or 2005. And I decided to try one in 2011.

For the last year or so, my system would have a hiccup about every 10 days on average -- sometimes after a month's lull. Since I had an upgrade plan in place for my SB-K i7-2600K system, I anticipated replacing my 4x4GB RAM kit with a 2x8GB, upgrading the graphics card, improving the storage subsystem.

So I began to troubleshoot my intermittent hiccup. Sometimes, it would BSOD. Other times, it would just freeze, with HDMI Audio stuck on a "note" with my locked up Live-TV Media Center. Keep in mind I investigated EVERYTHING: Disks, drivers, RAM -- certainly my OC settings. I cleaned up just about everything that wasn't "blue" in my Windows Event Logs. This time, it happened again, and I suddenly wished I'd kept better track of momentary power-outages and the unannounced crash or freeze within 24 hours thereafter.

WHO . . . WOULD NOT . . . build a computer without a top-end Active-PFC-enabled PSU? I've used Seasonic PSUs exclusively in a household of six PCs!! Perhaps I didn't research the specs for the CP1350AVR .. thoroughly enough, but there was nothing to warn me about the dropout that occurs with this UPS connected to a PC PSU with Active-PFC. And it appears the symptoms, though similar, might vary over different hardware configurations.

Other Thoughts: It gave me about three years, and an elusive, intermittent problem that caused me to spend money ahead of schedule on planned upgrades. CyberPower offers different models to resolve "Active-PFC" difficulties, and their advice on an earlier customer post is clear. But it wasn't apparent when I selected the unit.

I budget my money to replace these items eventually, and if the battery still holds a charge (more or less), they get redistributed after 3+years. So maybe it's time. I just don't feel so inclined to pay the few extra dollars for a CyberPower replacement, because this unit cost me a lot of time, effort and trouble. Either the Personal or business software versions seem adequate, but you'd think a hardware manufacturer for a computer accessory would have either been more specific about shortcomings with Active PFC PSUs, or simply made all their products Active-PFC compatible. And WHO WOULDN'T want a computer with Active-PFC? Really!?!

After months tracing the problem and tweaking the computer, it had now gone 4 months of continuous 24-7 operation, orderly power-down and reboot maybe every three or four days as desired or needed. Then, with some outages of some 10 seconds each, the problem re-occurred before the day ended. I was stunned when I looked into communications of other CyberPower CP1350AVR users.

I allocate used UPS systems to my HT/entertainment system. If they reset after a power outage, it has never been a problem. That's where this unit will now be deployed, after I decide whether to replace batteries in other household UPS systems or simply cart them off to the county recycling facility.

Manufacturer Response:

Thank you for your comments on the CyberPower CP1350AVRLCD. CyberPower’s Active PFC Adaptive Sinewave technology is the first to solve the critical compatibility issues of non-Sinewave UPS products working with computing systems using Active PFC power supplies (ENERGY STAR 5.0). CyberPower’s innovative Adaptive Sinewave UPS technology is an affordable solution that ensures equipment utilizing Active PFC power supplies do not unexpectedly shutdown or experience harmful stress when switching from AC power to UPS battery power.

The CyberPower CP850PFCLCD, CP1000PFCLCD, CP1350PFCLCD and CP1500PFCLCD, all feature Adaptive SinewaveTM technology, that safeguards mid to high-end computer systems using conventional and Active Power Factor Correction (PFC) power supplies. Their automatic voltage regulation (AVR) topology delivers clean and consistent AC power, protecting connected equipment and preventing costly business interruptions.

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  • Jason S.
  • 8/5/2014 1:29:01 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsit works

Pros: just plug into computer and it'll be detected as a battery.

Cons: none

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  • Edward S.
  • 7/19/2014 6:52:21 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

2 out of 5 eggsAVR Does not work...

Pros: Don't know anymore....

Cons: So right now we are having a slight high voltage issue. still safe for most items but its not normal. It runs off the battery and will NOT recharge. I got about 7 minutes of power than everything shut down and it says battery 1% on the lcd screen. What a joke when cheap tripplite stuff can do better.

Manufacturer Response:

Thank you very much for purchasing CyberPower’s CP1350AVRLCD. We strive to provide the most reliable and highest quality products to our customers. CyberPower has been recognized as a 2013 All-Star for Best UPS and Power Conditioning Vendor by ChannelPro-SMB Magazine. We have also been recognized in the CRN Data Center 100 annual list in 2013 and 2014, featuring technology vendors whose solutions are vital for powering today’s data center. CyberPower is also #1 for ENERGY STAR UPS featuring the largest selection of ENERGY STAR qualified UPS Systems between 350VA to 10kVA.

We’d be happy to trouble shot the issue you are experiencing. All of our UPS models have a 3 year warranty which also includes the batteries. Please contact us at your earliest convenience – CyberPower Customer Support Team at 877-297-6937, or priority1@CPSww.com, Monday thru Friday, 8 am to 5 pm (CST), so that we can immediately act to completely address your issue and ensure your total satisfaction.

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  • Andrew P.
  • 7/15/2014 4:26:08 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsSecond review after

Pros: 1 out of 2 working

Cons: 1 out of 2 working. Company appears to only offer lip service when it comes to support or replacement of a faulty unit.

Other Thoughts: I wrote a previous review explaining that one of the 2 units I purchased failed shortly after I bought them. I wrote a review and it was promptly replied to by the manufacturer offering assistance. I contacted them as they requested thinking that Cyberpower really took an interest in what their customers thought about their products. They have never contacted me again despite multiple attempts to reach out to them. Stonewalling confirmed.

Manufacturer Response:

Thank you for your comments. If you sent an email, please check your Quarantined or Spam boxes for responses from our company. If you’re still having problems receiving our responses, please be sure to give us a call so we can get your questions answered ASAP. Our apologies for the problems you’ve been having --- our tech support is usually able to answer all questions in less than 24 hours. Please contact us at 877-297-6937 M-F 8-5 CST.

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  • Brian A.
  • 7/6/2014 6:32:51 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGrid Defender!

Pros: What everyone else has said.

Cons: Looking . . . hmm. Not double boxed for shipping, barely got here in the box. Shipper put a lot of tape on to keep it together. Thanks! UPS!

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  • Road E.
  • 6/30/2014 12:53:03 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsWonderful peace of mind

Pros: Have had this 1350VA Cyber Power UPS for over 3 years now, powering my computer, 3 phone lines, and an all in one printer/fax machine during power outages. I've never lost any data, and thankfully live in an area where most outages are sub 2 minutes long.

Cons: Heavy, which isn't really a con at all.

Other Thoughts: It does what it is supposed to without being obtrusive. Longevity has been wonderful, considering that many things nowadays are meant to go bad.

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  • Edward S.
  • 6/26/2014 4:30:58 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat UPS

Pros: high voltage, stable, reliable, quiet, lots of outlets, self regulating.

Cons: power panel seems to work when it wants too, will sit in task bar at start up, but sometimes fails to open when I want to check on it.

Other Thoughts: you can literally plug your stuff into this and never worry about it again. make sure to get a UPS that has a higher max output than your PSU and other components put together. works great with my 850 watt PSU.

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  • anthony r.
  • 6/16/2014 6:32:49 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsWorks fine for me

Pros: The price is reasonable to protect your PC. Think of it as insurance, you have come this far, it would be a shame to toast your PC because of a thunderstorm. I had on on my (formerly) high end music digital audio workstation tha`t had cost several thousands of dollars, not to mention software. Worked 100%, it even helps against current fluctuations when the AC kicks on and off.

Cons: None so far>

Other Thoughts: I want on for all the PCs, and gaming consoles.

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  • Daniel A.
  • 5/12/2014 7:04:49 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsCaught fire! I did not regret its loss

Pros: I had an illusion of power security for the first day or so.

Cons: Perhaps a common faux pas indicative of my ignorance in the world of UPSs, I plugged a small, desktop fan into mine. It burst into flames. Fire shot from the plastic vents. They died out after putting what I'm sure is a healthy bit of carcinogenic fumes in my lungs.

I miss the UPS not one bit at all. It failed to keep my Newegg-purchased gaming rig from brutally crashing when the power hiccuped.

Other Thoughts: Avoid if your home is vulnerable to fire.

Manufacturer Response:

Thank you for taking the time to provide feedback regarding CyberPower's CP1350AVRLCD. We would like to talk with you about your experience with this UPS and the issues you described. CyberPower offers an industry leading 3-Year Warranty on all of our UPS products, which also includes the battery.

Please contact us immediately at 877-297-6937 M-F 8-5 CST, or priority1@CPSww.com, so that we can act to completely address your issue and ensure your total satisfaction.

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