• CyberPower CP1200AVR AVR UPS System, 1200VA/720W, 10 Outlets, Mini-Tower
  • CyberPower CP1200AVR AVR UPS System, 1200VA/720W, 10 Outlets, Mini-Tower
  • CyberPower CP1200AVR AVR UPS System, 1200VA/720W, 10 Outlets, Mini-Tower
  • CyberPower CP1200AVR AVR UPS System, 1200VA/720W, 10 Outlets, Mini-Tower
  • CyberPower CP1200AVR AVR UPS System, 1200VA/720W, 10 Outlets, Mini-Tower
  • CyberPower CP1200AVR AVR UPS System, 1200VA/720W, 10 Outlets, Mini-Tower
  • CyberPower CP1200AVR AVR UPS System, 1200VA/720W, 10 Outlets, Mini-Tower
CyberPower CP1200AVR AVR UPS System, 1200VA/720W, 10 Outlets, Mini-Tower
CyberPower CP1200AVR AVR UPS System, 1200VA/720W, 10 Outlets, Mini-Tower
CyberPower CP1200AVR AVR UPS System, 1200VA/720W, 10 Outlets, Mini-Tower
CyberPower CP1200AVR AVR UPS System, 1200VA/720W, 10 Outlets, Mini-Tower
CyberPower CP1200AVR AVR UPS System, 1200VA/720W, 10 Outlets, Mini-Tower
CyberPower CP1200AVR AVR UPS System, 1200VA/720W, 10 Outlets, Mini-Tower
CyberPower CP1200AVR AVR UPS System, 1200VA/720W, 10 Outlets, Mini-Tower

CyberPower CP1200AVR AVR UPS System, 1200VA/720W, 10 Outlets, Mini-Tower

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  • 1200VA/720W AVR Battery Backup Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) System
  • 10 NEMA 5-15R outlets: Five battery backup & surge protected outlets, five surge protected outlets safeguard desktop computers, workstations, networking devices and home entertainment equipment
  • LED STATUS LIGHTS: Indicates Power-On and Wiring Faults
  • 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; $375,000 Connected Equipment Guarantee and FREE PowerPanel Personal Management Software (Download)

Customer Reviews

Just do your homeworkAfter 2 strong power surges, the unit still works but after resetting from power surge it stays on for some intermittent time then trips itself again. I realize that's what's supposed to happen but all I wanted from support was how to replace the internal fuse or breaker. Couldn't even get a clear answer. Their best advise was to send in for repairs but TOLD ME TO LEAVE THE BATTERIES IN! By the time that repair process may or may not be completed.... nd after shipping costs, I'm better off just buying a new one.Folks just do some more digging. 32 failures out of 3 is not a recommendation for this UPS.I ordered 2 of these and one of them failed by shutting the system down twice. I returned that one and requested a replacement. It did exactly the same thing, shutting the system down and producing a sustained whistling sound to indicate a problem. There was no problem--the unit that I had plugged in side-by-side with it has continued to work without a problem, so I conclude that the problem is with the UPS device.Annoyingly, Amazon has charged a re-stocking charge for the return of the 2nd unit, which I deemed defective. 2CyberPower Claims Department cops out and refuses to pay for power surge damage.What you won't realize here is most of the positive reviews on this unit are from people who haven't been through a power surge with these CyberPower units or tried to file a claim with their joke of a claims department. Trust me the worst is yet to come. I was in the market for a battery backup with surge protection that was a vertical design and has the ability to be wall-mounted. I also needed coax protection for my cable modem as well which is featured by this unit. What sold me was this unit seemed like it came from a good company and their $125,000 connected equipment protection policy. I will admit that the battery-backup function of this unit seems to work well, but that is all. One day during a thunderstorm my house got hit with a power surge. Several of my breakers on the main panel tripped. Various unprotected equipment was damaged, and I had a TV hooked up to an APC surge protector which also got fried. To my surprise my network equipment hooked up to this Cyberpower Unit was also destroyed. My modem, router, and VOIP router all ceased to function after plugging them back into various working outlets in the house. So I make my attempt to file a claim since it was a weekend the only option I had was to leave a voicemail. Monday night came around and I still received no call back. I call again Tuesday and the claims dept line automatically goes straight to voicemail. I finally get a call back Wednesday and was sent a ten page questionnaire (took an hour to complete) to fill out and ship back the old unit for diagnostics. Guess what? Their $125,000 guarantee doesn't cover the actual replacement cost for your damaged equipment, it only reimburses you for the "used fair market value" so if your $1000 computer for destroyed, their guarantee would probably only pay up $250 at the most. But wait it gets WORSE! Weeks later I receive a denial letter from the CyberPower claims department and their reasoning was "Unfortunately the failure of your connected equipment was not a result of failure of the CyberPower unit to operate as designed." Wow what a cop out. So it just so happens that my equipment correctly hooked up (even coaxial connections were correctly hooked up) to their surge protection unit just happens to stop working after a power surge that affected electronics throughout my house...liars. Meanwhile my claim with APC was approved and APC sent me a payment check to reimburse me for my damaged TV. My connected network equipment would've only cost Cyberpower no more than $150, yet they deny my claim. This just shows how dishonest and untrustworthy CyberPower is. I'm just glad that I didn't have expensive equipment connected to this unit during the power surge. I want to warn current owners to immediately stop using Cyberpower units for surge "protection" and if you're thinking about buying this STAY AWAY. Their products offer zero protection against surges and you'll never see a dime when it comes time to submit a claim. Their $125,000 equipment protectiong policy is just a marketing gimmick to get you to shell over your hard earned money. Don't count on ever being paid. You have been warned. Buyer beware. I hope the theives at CyberPower think that the $150 they scammed out of me was worth ruining their reputation. Hope this helps. 1Not for use with computers, according to CyberPower tech supportIf you need a UPS for a lamp or modem or something, this probably works fine. If you need one for a computer, don't bother. I've had it for seven months and during the three power outages I've experienced, my computer immediately shut down when the power went out. Additionally, the UPS has started shutting down on its own when I leave my computer running overnight, even with no power outage, and I arrive back at the office to a loud squealing sound and any unsaved progress lost. I called CyberPower about it, and they told me that this particular power supply should not be used for computers, particularly custom-built computers, Dell XPS models, or any computer with an environmentally-friendly power supply, because it interacts poorly with those power supplies. Since this is apparently how this UPS meant to function, CyberPower's only suggestion was that I buy a different model and use this one for a modem or something. When I suggested that they should probably include this information in their product description, the representative's response was that maybe Dell should include in their product description that their computers might not work with all UPS models instead. Stay classy, CyberPower. 1Reliable UPS that provides enough backup power for computers or TVs/consoles for a short periodIt's like a big power strip, except it also provides backup power on 4 of the plugs on one side, the other 4 are surge protected only. I use it standing on it's end (as pictured) but it can also lay flat.Plug spacing is pretty good, but if you have a large wall wart (Like the one on the Planronics phones) then space can be tight for the other plugs. In general, I haven't had any problem with plug crowding, but some of the A/C adapters are pretty big, so you may want to check size and the arrangement if you have several big ones. Remember, only one side of the device has plugs protected by the UPS, the other side plugs are just surge protected. Look closely at the product pictures to see the markings.I bought one of these a few years ago and it's still going strong, so I haven't had to replace the battery yet. It sits behind my TV/panel and quietly provides protection to the panel, XBox, Roku and a few accessories. It does buzz when there's a power sag (brownout) or power interruption (blackout). It's nice to hear that working when it's doing it's thing.Since these are fairly small UPS devices, don't expect to run a TV and console all night during a blackout. This will protect your devices from the sags and surges that you get with storms but it's really only going to give you 10 minutes to save/power down (depending on your power consumption and devices that are connected). Check your devices to calculate power consumption nd don't put unnecessary devices on the UPS side (e.g. plug your printer into the surge only side!). 5>>> Fire Hazard! Do not buy. <<<Dangerous fire hazard. I bought one to protect my NAS box from power outages. It was in service for 2 years, installed sitting on a melamine-coated shelf, providing power only to the NAS and nothing else. I stored the manual underneath it so that I'd always know where it was. I decided to replace it with a larger, higher capacity UPS from a different vendor because I wanted to protect additional devices. When I picked up the Cyberpower UPS, you can see what I found in the attached photo. The manual, as well as the shelf underneath, was charred and burned!! I'm sure the only thing that saved me from this piece of junk burning down my house was the fact that the UPS sitting on top of the manual and shelf didn't allow enough oxygen to reach the embers to start a flame.Edited May 25, 2019 to add additional photos of the bottom of the UPS with burned/charred/melted plastic and shelf coating, and the burned spots on the shelf where it used to sit (I'd already reconfigured and rearranged the other equipment on the shelf at the time of the last photo, which is why things look crowded in it.) 1You had one job and you failed, miserably!You had one job and you failed, miserably! I've had this backup for a little over a month and just had a power outage due to bad weather.The battery keeps beeping but my computer is off. I'm gonna send this big piece of junk back to Amazon. 1CyberPower CP685AVRG AVR UPS System Working Fine, however...Until now is working very well. I had not had any failure of power yet, sure I can simulate one but I will wait until it actually happens on real time to see how well the product performs. Anything better than this would be to connect this unit with a solar generator. :) I will make sure to update on its performance for the future.03/13/2019 Updating my reviewToday I had the opportunity to test this unit and it work fine except that started to emit a beep signal every 15 sec while on the UPS unit. That can be terribly annoying. I do not understand the use of having a beep signal going off and I contacted the customer support to have this annoying thing turned off. I hope I get a positive answer for that. We are living in a very polluted time. My microwave emits a beep, my dryer emits a beep, trucks from far way doing things that is not of my concern emits a beep. Someone needs to stop these beep world of non sense that only serves to disturb our moments of sanity. 5No complaints, for some reason we are getting a ...No complaints, for some reason we are getting a ton of brown outs. The power goes out for about a second and kicks back in. In an effort to avoid damage to my Home Theater PC, Hard Drive, and TV, I purchased this unit. I read the review on the wirecutter.com, and it's their top pick. I have not been disappointed. The power goes off, my stuff keeps running.After a storm had knocked the power out, I woke up to a beeping indicating power loss, however the equipment was still running fine.It's inexpensive, gets the job done and the battery can be replaced when needed. I haven't gotten to that point.If you need a quick fix to a power issue get it. 5This is like a sleeping monsterThis is like a sleeping monster. Once installed, you never have to think about it. It simply -WORKS.Never a problem for 2.5 years. When it finally failed, after contacting the manufactures Customer Service, they immediately helped me trouble shoot, and then IMMEDIATELY took measures to correct the problem.Unit failure was deemed to be dead batteries. New Batteries being sent out "FREE OF CHARGE". Simply a great COMPANY with a GREAT WARRANTY. You cannot beat that.!!! 5
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.sg, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
Description
  • 1200VA/720W AVR Battery Backup Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) System
  • 10 NEMA 5-15R outlets: Five battery backup & surge protected outlets, five surge protected outlets safeguard desktop computers, workstations, networking devices and home entertainment equipment
  • LED STATUS LIGHTS: Indicates Power-On and Wiring Faults
  • 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; $375,000 Connected Equipment Guarantee and FREE PowerPanel Personal Management Software (Download)
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Just do your homeworkAfter 2 strong power surges, the unit still works but after resetting from power surge it stays on for some intermittent time then trips itself again. I realize that's what's supposed to happen but all I wanted from support was how to replace the internal fuse or breaker. Couldn't even get a clear answer. Their best advise was to send in for repairs but TOLD ME TO LEAVE THE BATTERIES IN! By the time that repair process may or may not be completed.... nd after shipping costs, I'm better off just buying a new one.Folks just do some more digging. 32 failures out of 3 is not a recommendation for this UPS.I ordered 2 of these and one of them failed by shutting the system down twice. I returned that one and requested a replacement. It did exactly the same thing, shutting the system down and producing a sustained whistling sound to indicate a problem. There was no problem--the unit that I had plugged in side-by-side with it has continued to work without a problem, so I conclude that the problem is with the UPS device.Annoyingly, Amazon has charged a re-stocking charge for the return of the 2nd unit, which I deemed defective. 2CyberPower Claims Department cops out and refuses to pay for power surge damage.What you won't realize here is most of the positive reviews on this unit are from people who haven't been through a power surge with these CyberPower units or tried to file a claim with their joke of a claims department. Trust me the worst is yet to come. I was in the market for a battery backup with surge protection that was a vertical design and has the ability to be wall-mounted. I also needed coax protection for my cable modem as well which is featured by this unit. What sold me was this unit seemed like it came from a good company and their $125,000 connected equipment protection policy. I will admit that the battery-backup function of this unit seems to work well, but that is all. One day during a thunderstorm my house got hit with a power surge. Several of my breakers on the main panel tripped. Various unprotected equipment was damaged, and I had a TV hooked up to an APC surge protector which also got fried. To my surprise my network equipment hooked up to this Cyberpower Unit was also destroyed. My modem, router, and VOIP router all ceased to function after plugging them back into various working outlets in the house. So I make my attempt to file a claim since it was a weekend the only option I had was to leave a voicemail. Monday night came around and I still received no call back. I call again Tuesday and the claims dept line automatically goes straight to voicemail. I finally get a call back Wednesday and was sent a ten page questionnaire (took an hour to complete) to fill out and ship back the old unit for diagnostics. Guess what? Their $125,000 guarantee doesn't cover the actual replacement cost for your damaged equipment, it only reimburses you for the "used fair market value" so if your $1000 computer for destroyed, their guarantee would probably only pay up $250 at the most. But wait it gets WORSE! Weeks later I receive a denial letter from the CyberPower claims department and their reasoning was "Unfortunately the failure of your connected equipment was not a result of failure of the CyberPower unit to operate as designed." Wow what a cop out. So it just so happens that my equipment correctly hooked up (even coaxial connections were correctly hooked up) to their surge protection unit just happens to stop working after a power surge that affected electronics throughout my house...liars. Meanwhile my claim with APC was approved and APC sent me a payment check to reimburse me for my damaged TV. My connected network equipment would've only cost Cyberpower no more than $150, yet they deny my claim. This just shows how dishonest and untrustworthy CyberPower is. I'm just glad that I didn't have expensive equipment connected to this unit during the power surge. I want to warn current owners to immediately stop using Cyberpower units for surge "protection" and if you're thinking about buying this STAY AWAY. Their products offer zero protection against surges and you'll never see a dime when it comes time to submit a claim. Their $125,000 equipment protectiong policy is just a marketing gimmick to get you to shell over your hard earned money. Don't count on ever being paid. You have been warned. Buyer beware. I hope the theives at CyberPower think that the $150 they scammed out of me was worth ruining their reputation. Hope this helps. 1Not for use with computers, according to CyberPower tech supportIf you need a UPS for a lamp or modem or something, this probably works fine. If you need one for a computer, don't bother. I've had it for seven months and during the three power outages I've experienced, my computer immediately shut down when the power went out. Additionally, the UPS has started shutting down on its own when I leave my computer running overnight, even with no power outage, and I arrive back at the office to a loud squealing sound and any unsaved progress lost. I called CyberPower about it, and they told me that this particular power supply should not be used for computers, particularly custom-built computers, Dell XPS models, or any computer with an environmentally-friendly power supply, because it interacts poorly with those power supplies. Since this is apparently how this UPS meant to function, CyberPower's only suggestion was that I buy a different model and use this one for a modem or something. When I suggested that they should probably include this information in their product description, the representative's response was that maybe Dell should include in their product description that their computers might not work with all UPS models instead. Stay classy, CyberPower. 1Reliable UPS that provides enough backup power for computers or TVs/consoles for a short periodIt's like a big power strip, except it also provides backup power on 4 of the plugs on one side, the other 4 are surge protected only. I use it standing on it's end (as pictured) but it can also lay flat.Plug spacing is pretty good, but if you have a large wall wart (Like the one on the Planronics phones) then space can be tight for the other plugs. In general, I haven't had any problem with plug crowding, but some of the A/C adapters are pretty big, so you may want to check size and the arrangement if you have several big ones. Remember, only one side of the device has plugs protected by the UPS, the other side plugs are just surge protected. Look closely at the product pictures to see the markings.I bought one of these a few years ago and it's still going strong, so I haven't had to replace the battery yet. It sits behind my TV/panel and quietly provides protection to the panel, XBox, Roku and a few accessories. It does buzz when there's a power sag (brownout) or power interruption (blackout). It's nice to hear that working when it's doing it's thing.Since these are fairly small UPS devices, don't expect to run a TV and console all night during a blackout. This will protect your devices from the sags and surges that you get with storms but it's really only going to give you 10 minutes to save/power down (depending on your power consumption and devices that are connected). Check your devices to calculate power consumption nd don't put unnecessary devices on the UPS side (e.g. plug your printer into the surge only side!). 5>>> Fire Hazard! Do not buy. <<<Dangerous fire hazard. I bought one to protect my NAS box from power outages. It was in service for 2 years, installed sitting on a melamine-coated shelf, providing power only to the NAS and nothing else. I stored the manual underneath it so that I'd always know where it was. I decided to replace it with a larger, higher capacity UPS from a different vendor because I wanted to protect additional devices. When I picked up the Cyberpower UPS, you can see what I found in the attached photo. The manual, as well as the shelf underneath, was charred and burned!! I'm sure the only thing that saved me from this piece of junk burning down my house was the fact that the UPS sitting on top of the manual and shelf didn't allow enough oxygen to reach the embers to start a flame.Edited May 25, 2019 to add additional photos of the bottom of the UPS with burned/charred/melted plastic and shelf coating, and the burned spots on the shelf where it used to sit (I'd already reconfigured and rearranged the other equipment on the shelf at the time of the last photo, which is why things look crowded in it.) 1You had one job and you failed, miserably!You had one job and you failed, miserably! I've had this backup for a little over a month and just had a power outage due to bad weather.The battery keeps beeping but my computer is off. I'm gonna send this big piece of junk back to Amazon. 1CyberPower CP685AVRG AVR UPS System Working Fine, however...Until now is working very well. I had not had any failure of power yet, sure I can simulate one but I will wait until it actually happens on real time to see how well the product performs. Anything better than this would be to connect this unit with a solar generator. :) I will make sure to update on its performance for the future.03/13/2019 Updating my reviewToday I had the opportunity to test this unit and it work fine except that started to emit a beep signal every 15 sec while on the UPS unit. That can be terribly annoying. I do not understand the use of having a beep signal going off and I contacted the customer support to have this annoying thing turned off. I hope I get a positive answer for that. We are living in a very polluted time. My microwave emits a beep, my dryer emits a beep, trucks from far way doing things that is not of my concern emits a beep. Someone needs to stop these beep world of non sense that only serves to disturb our moments of sanity. 5No complaints, for some reason we are getting a ...No complaints, for some reason we are getting a ton of brown outs. The power goes out for about a second and kicks back in. In an effort to avoid damage to my Home Theater PC, Hard Drive, and TV, I purchased this unit. I read the review on the wirecutter.com, and it's their top pick. I have not been disappointed. The power goes off, my stuff keeps running.After a storm had knocked the power out, I woke up to a beeping indicating power loss, however the equipment was still running fine.It's inexpensive, gets the job done and the battery can be replaced when needed. I haven't gotten to that point.If you need a quick fix to a power issue get it. 5This is like a sleeping monsterThis is like a sleeping monster. Once installed, you never have to think about it. It simply -WORKS.Never a problem for 2.5 years. When it finally failed, after contacting the manufactures Customer Service, they immediately helped me trouble shoot, and then IMMEDIATELY took measures to correct the problem.Unit failure was deemed to be dead batteries. New Batteries being sent out "FREE OF CHARGE". Simply a great COMPANY with a GREAT WARRANTY. You cannot beat that.!!! 5
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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