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CyberPower 1325 VA 810 Watts 10 Outlets UPS w/ Pure Sine Wave and USB Charging Ports - $124.99 FS @ Newegg - DotD

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For one day only, Newegg has the CyberPower 1325 VA 810 Watts 10 Outlets UPS w/ Pure Sine Wave and USB Charging Ports  on sale for $124.99 with free shipping. 


Deal Notes: You can also get an additional $15 Off $100  with coupon code "ANDROID6" when using Android Pay for a total of $109.99.  

Unlike many backup power supplies this one creates a pure sine wave instead of a simulated one. This is required by many gaming and professional computer power supplies.

  • 1325 VA / 810 Watts Pure Sine Wave UPS
  • Runtime

    • Half Load: 9 Minutes
    • Full Load: 3 Minutes

  • Battery Recharge Time 8 Hour(s)
  • Battery Replaceable RB1270X2A
  • 10 Outlets: 5 Battery & Surge Protected, 5 Surge Only Protected
  • Line-Interactive Topology
  • Multifunction LCD Panel Displays Real-time Information of Battery Status
  • Ultra Quiet Design
  • 3 Year Warranty

 
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If you need surge protection and "clean power" for running laboratory electrical equipment, this may be a good solution.  However, if your primary goal is an "Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS)", then you might be disappointed.
"1325 VA" means "Volts times Amps" or "Watts alternating current".
"810 W" means 'Watts (direct current equivalent)". Most buyers of an Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) will want to know, "how LONG will it provide AC power?". Unfortunately, the specs don't state the "Watt-Hours".
Given that most small UPS units have a single 12Volt, 7.5Amp-Hour battery, the multiplication yields 12x7.5=90 (Watt-Hours). That means you will be able to provide the max output of 810 Watts for about 1/10 of an hour.
 

The specifications list RB1270X2A battery, which is/are two 12V 7AH joined. They also list runtimes, so Cyberpower is not trying to evade tech info.

sbbrowne said:   The specifications list RB1270X2A battery, which is/are two 12V 7AH joined. They also list runtimes, so Cyberpower is not trying to evade tech info.
  Hey thanks for this comment. I hadn't noticed they included the runtimes when I put it up so I updated it now.



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