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CyberPower

CyberPower AVRG900U AVR UPS System, 900VA/480W, 12 Outlets, Compact,black

4.5
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Description

  • 900VA/480W AVR Battery Backup Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) System
  • 12 NEMA 5-15R OUTLETS: Six battery backup & surge protected outlets, six surge protected outlets safeguard desktop computers, workstations, networking devices and home entertainment equipment
  • DATA LINE PROTECTION: Prevents power surges that travel through telephone lines from causing damage to electronics
  • AUTOMATIC VOLTAGE REGULATION (AVR): Corrects minor power fluctuations without switching to battery power, thereby extending the life of the battery
  • 3-YEAR WARRANTY INCLUDING THE BATTERY; $200,000 Connected Equipment Guarantee and FREE PowerPanel Personal Edition Management Software (Download)

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Customer Reviews

Great product for the priceI purchased this UPS after frequent power-outages in my neighborhood caused my desktop's hard drive to begin to fail. With this product, you can properly close out of applications and shut down your computer during a power outage to prevent data loss, corruption, or damage to the components on your computer that can be caused by abrupt power outages or power surges.Before you buy this product, know the total power consumption (in watts) of the things you want to plug into the "battery and surge protection" half of this UPS. I knew that even though my desktop has a 500W rated psu, it only draws 335W under full load. My desktop monitor uses 47W, so the total is well under 450W.***If you hook up more than 450W to this UPS it will scream at you with its alarm. If it does, you best believe the battery backup wont power any of your devices***Overall, the build quality seems pretty good and it has a good weight to it too. I'll update this review if it fails to function properly during a power-outage. Until then, I have nothing but good things to say about it.5$93 Beeping Brick for saleOn the morning of April 10th I was awoken by an awful sound. So awful in fact, it woke me from my slumber and I had to figure out what was making such a ruckus. I realize it's the UPS beeping away, saying there's something wrong. Alright, no problem. I'll just push one of the buttons like I did last time - about two or three weeks prior when I first heard it beep. Except this time it didn't work. Neither button did anything. And as I struggled and fiddled with it pressing them for longer periods of time or together I realized the buttons wouldn't help me.I noticed the display was also empty. Clear and void. So I began to unplug things, one by one, hoping just maybe this UPS will shut the f... Except with each cord unplugged I start to realize this too isn't working. And with the last plug finally out I'm hoping I've put a stop to this UPS' anger. Except it's still god damn beeping. I push the reset button - nothing. I'm now lifting this box over my head thinking there's gotta be SOMETHING. Some way to end this nightmare.I began to bring the UPS to the storage room outside so I don't have to be woken by this god forsaken box except I opted to try ONE more thing. Now I'm in another room, digging through the tool chest for a screwdriver to take the battery out at seven in the morning, when I should've been looking for the sledge hammer in the shed. I open the UPS and see the battery. I then carefully remove the battery from the terminals and finally I'm relieved of the most annoying beeping sound I've heard in my life from any device. Thinking this is a "hard" reset I put the battery back in.It starts to beep again.February 23, 2019 - April 10, 201946 days. You decide if you want to buy it or not.1Overpriced, glorified extension cordUpdate: Still unable to get any response from CyberPower "support". In the meantime, in addition to not kicking in when the power goes off as described below, the UPS now also fails to connect to my PC sometimes when it reboots. I.e., the UPS is getting worse. Bad products can happen sometimes, but bad support is not acceptable.---We had a late winter storm in Chicago two weeks ago, and power went off repeatedly. I purchased this UPS in February, and the UPS failed each and every time to keep my system running. At load I am only using about 20-25% of capacity, and the UPS software promises 20+ minutes of run time this turned out to not even be 20 seconds.This is my 3rd UPS, I ve had two from APC before, and only heard about CyperPower recently and decided to give it a try. Having had previous UPS systems, I know what to expect from them and how they perform if they work properly.I contacted CyberPower and documented the problem extensively. I went back and forth with support for a few e-mails. At some point they stopped communicating and haven t responded to repeated attempts to contact them. Clearly the product is not working, and neither seems to be the support.At this point the UPS functions as an overpriced extension cord, I certainly can t depend on it, nor would I recommend this brand, or purchase another one.Very disappointed that I put my trust in this company and its product.1How didn't I know how important this is for anyone owning a computer and/or gaming system? Ignorant noob.If you are still using a usual surge protector, let me persuade you to buy one of these. Yes, it is expensive, but completely worth it. At my tech's advice I bought this battery surge protector. It has half of the many outlets on battery, the other half on surge without the battery. I plugged in my computer, monitor, and network boxes to the battery. Then we had a black-out. Everything went off, except my computer and my network. Because of that, I could calmly save what I was working on, shut down the computer properly, then hop on the network with my tablet to see what was going on. I could even plug in my dying cell phone to charge a bit so I had some music while I prepared for bed. I loved it so much, I spent the bucks on a second one for my television and ps4. Having the time to find a save point is invaluable if there's another blackout.5Week 1: So far so good.I purchased a smaller Cyberpower UPS a few years ago to protect a single desktop computer, and it is still working and has done a great job. So I added this unit to protect two additional systems on our network. My installation will draw just under 100w and provide ample time to shut down our systems after a power outage. This is week 1 and I can only provide the following review: The package arrived in a couple days after my order. I followed directions and charged it for 8 hours prior to use, downloaded the power panel management software and plugged in the systems. Everything powered as expected and the software panel provided some great options for power management. I am particularly happy about the integration of Information Technology (IT) and Operational Technology (OT) in these little units. The email notification was quick and easy to set up -- best of all it sent a successful email in a test. I hope that the automated settings in the software will actually work in a real power outage incident, but I'm not given to automatically believing the marketing in the materials. So far so good -- another recommend at this point (given my operational requirements).Another reason for writing this review is that I have been disappoined by uninformed and unhelpful reviews for most UPS units while making my buying decision. Specifically, generic complaints that a unit "doesn't last as long as other units" is arbitrary and unhelpful. This type of review doesn't indicate the load placed on the unit during power loss. These types of reviews also don't indicate their operational requirements -- do customers use their UPS to give them time for an orderly shutdown or do they continue to use UPS power until the unit runs out of battery power? To make matters worse, other Amazon customers indicate that these general comments are helpful -- they aren't! Nor does anyone take the time to educate buyers that a UPS is not a substitute for a generator. My suggestion before buying a UPS, consider the power draw that will be placed on the unit during power loss, and review your operational requirements after a power loss. And I'll say it -- a UPS is NOT a generator. It's purpose is to inform you of a power loss and give you and opportunity for an ordered shut down to protect your systems. After a power outage, the purpose of a UPS is not to allow you to continue working until the end of battery life.5Dead in 6 weeksI'm a fan of CyberPower and this is my second UPS made by them. As of a few hours ago, mine is dead. Purchased August 2018, dead September 23rd 2018. It powers on for a few minutes and then dies.Very disappointing.Look elsewhere for your UPS needs.1Purchased three, all working extremely well so far anyway.I purchased three of these to replace some APC units that were giving me issues yet again. I purchase a ton of APC units in larger sizes, but the desktop sized ones seem to fail quickly around my office and even with battery replacement they do not work right. I was also looking specifically for a UPS with AVR and these after looking seems to meet my needs pretty well. I have used CyberPower surge strips and such before but had no personal experience with the UPS product.I specifically got these three to use at my computer workbench where two of the are, and my personal desk area where the last one is at. I have had these for a while now and they have given me no trouble at all and have worked very well. I have done some basic run testing just to ensure they are working correctly by unplugging them and letting them run for a few minutes and all have worked as expected. The mute button that is easy to get to is a favorite when doing these tests... I was not testing for life span as I have generator backed outlets, but I did want to ensure nothing had troubles with how it switched and such and I never encountered any issues with my equipment at all. We've had more than a few hard storms and lightning and such over the summer causing minor power fluctuations and these have never missed a beat yet anyway.I am using these in the standing position as they are show in the picture and they do stand just fine which is nice, and the outlet spacing and number of outlets are working out great for me. I like that there are no "green power" or "master outlets" that were on the APC units that I replaced, I had a few outlets die on my last bench UPS' and every time one quit it was one of the special outlets. I just want basic reliable power and these are delivering it for me anyway.I will continue to test these out, but if they continue as they have I may well move to getting this brand for the office and see how they work in a larger deployment. I will update if any issues crop up in my testing and further use.5Nice unit, good priceThis is my second unit from this company, and clearly I like them. The price is right, no complaints. Especially nice on this unit are the extra outlets. My old one had to have an extension, so I could power all my peripherals. For those of you new to the idea of having a backup system: Two things: Don't expect to unpack and think you are ready to plug in your system. It has to charge for eight hours before use. Two, somewhere in the tiny 4 point print you will be advised to download the software. Quite frankly it was frustrating to find the right one in the gobbledy gook of the website. They used to provide a CD. Not anymore. At least they could print the URL in fat 14 point font. Alas.Ok, minor points overall, but if you are forewarned, you can deal with it easily.4Cost effective, easy-to-use, and dependable.This is my first experience with the CyperPower brand. I had previously used the more expensive APC which, for the same price, had less features and plugs. Both my previous APC battery backups lasted around three years before the battery gave out. The replacement cost of the batteries was not cost-effective.What I liked about this Cyber Power unit is that it is much more reasonably priced, it gave me more plugs for both backup and just surge protection and, best of all, it was so much easier to install. I dreaded having to open the APC units and connecting the batteries. I realize I'm not super dexterous and my fingers are a bit large, but I had the hardest time getting those connectors on right! This unit arrives with the battery connected, but uncharged. You have to plug it in for a minimum of 8 hours to charge the battery before you connect your computer and peripherals (laser printers not allowed in the battery backup plugs.) It connects to the computer cpu via Usb 2.5It got really bad really quickI bought 2 of these. As soon as I plugged one in it began sizzling, boiling, puffing smoke out of every hole. It got really bad really quick. I think it would of caught on fire in another second or two. The fumes smelled like acid. Amazon told me to dispose of them both immediately, and refunded my money. Thanks amazon. I am glad I didn't plug my devices into these or plug and leave it at the office. Very very scary.1
CyberPower AVRG900U AVR UPS System, 900VA/480W, 12 Outlets, Compact,black

CyberPower AVRG900U AVR UPS System, 900VA/480W, 12 Outlets, Compact,black

4.5
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Regular price
SG$ 425.00
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Regular price
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