It works , no issues whatsoever, plenty of Outlets
Quiet Reliable Affordable Love these Cyberpower units. I now have 3 of them in my house gradually replacing APC units that are overpriced and don't function as well.
Used this recently. It lasted for about 2.5 hours running my Asus RT66U, Arlo Security Cameras, and my Motorola Cable modem. Keeping my communication and security systems up.
i have 1 gaming pc ,a ps4,a router and 2 monitors pluged into it. i love that it has a display of the load on it.
Big enough Battery to never have to worry about a little power lose. Keeps my Router and NAS powered up during power outages.
Low Cost Good amount of battery / surge So far, very reliable
- Great deal price - Plenty of plugins both battery backup and just surge - Very easy to activate battery - Like the LCD status info on front.
No setup required, just works.
Affordable and reliable.
- Thin profile and modern design - Full featured, including USB charging ports - Front access battery compartment for easy access - Right angle plug to fit flush against the wall - LCD screen, really nice functionality - Alarm mute button right on the front - Cooling fan
Easy to set up and use.
I like the fact that I can plug my high end computer into the APC SMC1500C along with my monitor, printer and other components into it and still not having to max out the total power consumption. I like the way the screen is so I can read what I need to see the UPS is working properly.
Best value in the $100 to $300 price range. Set Up Time: As fast as you can plug it in Newegg Beat all other competitor's online prices Runs quietly Normal expected heat generation Has 2 USB Charge Ports: (1 USB-A 2.4A, 1 USB-C 15W) ( A lot of competitor's have 0 in this price range or use older tech) Has 12 Outlets while some competitor's only have 10
Front panel light is adjustable and you can easily mute it when power does go off from a front panel button.
Best part of this UPS is the LCD display. It has a pocketful of vitals that it can display. I leave it set to Output (in wattage) to keep an eye on my power usage. It has a nice back light that can be seen day or night.
Using this battery for the HDTV, Uverse box, and stereo equipment with very common brown-outs in our area. This gives me time to shut down the TV and stereo properly instead of crashing everything. Not even a hiccup during momentary power losses.
***An updated after several months of usage, and a change in score to 5 stars as I've learned more about the unit. Buried in the software which is run through your web browser, is a setting to turn down the sensitivity on the incoming voltage which fixes my major con of this unit for me, the unit toggling between ac and battery constantly. *** Very straight forward to setup, the units interface is fairly intuitive to use. Provided me with roughly 30min of power for 2 computers, I7 7700K with a 1080ti, and a I9 10590XE with a 3080, a boat load of SSD drives between them, lots of peripherals and 3 monitors. No blip in the computers performance when switching between battery and ac driven power. Online web interface for real time monitoring of the unit is a nice plus, can send you email reports when issues arise with the unit. Clear instructions to position the unit in it's final resting place before you connect the battery. This style battery shouldn't be moved around once it's connected.
Small for the capacity. Easy to set up, as in you don't have to connect the battery manually. Has a serial port connection as well as USB, so if I decide to move this thing to back up something running *nix later I know I'll be able to get it working, one way or the other. Display on the front is bright and easy to read, has some pretty good info on it to boot. It's really cool to see a UPS that will tell you the current power input AND output, how many watts your using, what your expected battery time will be should the power go out, and so on. My old APC sure as hell won't do that. The included software shows all the same information too, which is also great to have. Probably the feature I'm happiest about: you can turn off the annoying beeping on power loss, though you have to install the software to do it. I CANNOT overstate how much I was looking for that feature. I actually clipped the tone generator wires on my old APC backup unit, I was that desperate for a way to disable the annoying alarm. And really, I'm pretty sure I can figure out when the freakin' power goes out without being beeped to death. Unexpected bonus: comes with included coax (cable), RJ-11 (single-line phone), and USB A-to-B cables. Good quality ones too.
These when only loaded with vital electronics give you plenty of time to shut them down properly in any power flicker or outage. I have multiple APCBN450M throughout my home for the cable boxes, computers, modems, routers...anythign that needs power until i can properly shut everything down.
Totally quiet when no on battery, so it's defintely home theatre worthy Out of the box with synology products Weight is reasonable. Power button has a clean plastic protector good enough for light child proofing ;o) Offers peace of mind for hooking up a nas to it. Looks decent in a home theatre rack, the information lcd turns off after a while, so the usint is discrete until you have a need to nerd out on the info.