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CyberPower CP850PFCLCD PFC Sinewave UPS 850VA 510W PFC Compatible Mini-Tower

4.6 out of 5 stars 99 customer reviews
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850VA
  • 850VA/510 Watts, Pure Sine Wave UPS system - designed to support Active PFC power supplies and conventional power supplies
  • Line interactive, AVR and GreenPower - Protects PCs, workstations, and home entertainment systems. Prevents data loss and protects electronic equipment from harmful power problems.
  • Multifunction LCD provides runtime in minutes, battery status, load level and other status information.
  • Output Connections: (5) Battery Backup & Surge Protected Outlets, (5) Surge Protected Outlets
  • Energy Star qualified - Mini-Tower Form Factor - 3 Year Warranty
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System Requirements

Size: 850VA
  • Platform:   Windows
  • Media: Electronics
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product Details

Size: 850VA
  • Product Dimensions: 26.4 x 9.9 x 23.1 cm ; 7 Kg
  • Shipping Weight: 8 Kg
  • Item model number: CP850PFCLCD
  • ASIN: B00429N18S
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: Sept. 8 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 99 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #16,829 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Product Description

Size name:850VA

The CyberPower CP850PFCLCD Adaptive Sinewave uninterruptible power supply (UPS) with Pure Sine Wave output safeguards mid to high-end computer systems that use conventional and Active Power Factor Correction (PFC) power supplies. Its automatic voltage regulation (AVR) topology delivers clean and consistent AC power. Its patented GreenPower UPS advanced circuitry reduces UPS energy costs by up to 75 percent compared to competitive models.The CP850PFCLCD unit has a capacity of 850VA/510Watts, (10) NEMA 5-15R receptacles and (1) maintenance-free, user-replaceable 12V/8.5Ah batteries. The intelligent multi-function LCD panel displays real-time UPS vitals for ease of control. Connectivity via (1) HID USB and (1) DB9 serial ports. Surge Protection for RJ11/RJ45 and coax. PowerPanel Personal Edition UPS Management software, a Three-Year Warranty, and a 250,000 Connected Equipment Guarantee are included.


From the Manufacturer

CP850PFCLCD Battery Backup UPS CP1000PFCLCD Battery Backup UPS CP1350PFCLCD Battery Backup UPS PR1000LCD Battery Backup UPS OR1500PFCRT2U Battery Backup UPS
CP850PFCLCD CP1000PFCLCD CP1350PFCLCD PR1000LCD OR1500PFCRT2U
Battery Backup with Surge Protection
Automatic Voltage Regulation (AVR) - Line-Interactive Topology
Pure Sine Wave Waveform - Active PFC Compatibilty
Free Automatic Shutdown Software with USB Connectivity
Multifunction LCD
Network DSL Phone (RJ11/RJ45) Surge Protection
Coaxial (RG6) Surge Protection

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Size: 1500VA Verified Purchase
I was so happy when this went on as a lightning deal as I wanted to try them out before sinking a lot of cash into more. It turns out that it's not so good a product so far. The first power failure and it failed miserably on me. I had it plugged in so far just to charge up and essentially forgot it there with nothing plugged into it but a 17 inch MSI laptop. Woke up this morning at 6:15am to a power outage. Looked at this device and it indicated 150 minutes of battery remaining. I thought to myself - good! Just in case I need it it's there. After about 5 minutes it dropped to 144 minutes and then the display started bouncing all over the place from the 144 minutes to 90 minutes to 88 minutes and back up again and it continued to do this all the while indicating erratic numbers of minutes remaining. I didn't give it much thought - thinking that that is what pure sine wave UPS's do since I have never had one. About 30 minutes later the unit started indicating 55 minutes remaining and then suddenly dropped to 40 and then the unit started beeping continuously and then shut down. So, in the span of 2 minutes the unit went from 55 minutes remaining to zero to off. I tried to turn the unit back on just to see what would happen and it did come back on. It indicated 24 minutes now but within 20 seconds the unit started beeping continuously and then shut off again. The wattage being consumed according to the unit was 17 watts. That was the whole load - the whole time - 17 watts. Needless to say I am not impressed.
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Size: 1500VA Verified Purchase
not inexpensive compared to next model down, but I have been pleased with my other CyberPower UPSes over the years and needed on more to protect my Movie Projector from brown outs, surges and enabling it to shut down after fans continues to run to cool it a bit.. Works very well for bringing over voltage down to normal (145 down to about 121v). Has a front Mute button, 2 USB front charging ports, basic software and slight sensitivity options front the control panel. no need to install basic software. small dim light is always on and you can pres any button to get more details. Satisfied
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Size: 1350VA Verified Purchase
The CyberPower CP1350PFCLCD PFC was plug and play. The only option I changed was to mute the alarm. I use it with a Mac Pro, a large display, a number of external hard drives and a few other devices. Since buying it, there's been two short power outages and the CyberPower UPS worked as advertised. This CyberPower UPS isn't small so it sits on the floor next to the computer. For the UPS to communicate with the Mac OS X Energy Saver preference panel, the UPS has to be connected to the computer with the included USB cable.
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Size: 1500VA Verified Purchase
I'm running my computer, DSL modem/router, 40" Bravia, Sony Entertainment system (5.1 surround sound), all from this one unit. The kicker is, the estimated runtime is 22 minutes!!

There is a USB on the back of the unit that connects to my computer. It goes into a simple software GUI, and allows me many options and monitors the voltage from my house. In the summary, I see estimated battery run time, voltage, wattage usage, alarms, and configurations.

4/5 stars, one star taken off for outlet orientation at the back, and the angle of the plug itself.
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Size: 1000VA Verified Purchase
Excellent build quality and features. This compact unit gives 20+ minutes of standby power and the software has some powerful features like how it reacts to changes in incoming voltage and letting you decide to maximize uptime or battery if successive power blips are common in your area. Great value for the price. Second unit in this product category I own.
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Size: 1500VA Verified Purchase
I purchased this because El Nino was wreaking havoc on our power grid in November 2015 (west coast). We had about 10 power outages due to wind storms in about a month. My router and PVR got fried on about the 5th power trip and I was told by the tech support at my internet/tv provider that my little surge bar was not enough to protect the equipment if we experience that many outages. (Normally it's 2-3/year!) So far this product has worked great - we've had 2-3 more outages since we got it and it has held up nicely. I do wish it had more battery+surge outlets, or more space between them, since I am only able to use 4 of the 5 outlets on that side because of the stupid giant plugs of some of my electronics. However, if there was more space, it would be a much bigger box. I do like that it's relatively small (smaller than a desktop computer tower). It's really heavy though so be careful when you are picking up the box for the first time!!
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By Andrew TOP 1000 REVIEWER on July 12 2016
Size: 1000VA Verified Purchase
Great UPS for the money. It gives a full sized desktop enough extra run time during a power outage to properly shut down. My current configuration of 3 24" monitors with an i7 and GTX 980 I get just under 10 minutes of run time. Good enough to safely shut down my computer.
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Size: 1500VA Verified Purchase
I'm a huge fan of CyberPower UPS units. The first one I purchase about 3 years ago to protect the HTPC I have in the living room and now I have another protecting my PC and office equipment. I used to own an unit from another manufacturer and when a brown out or blackout occurred it was so slow switching to battery power that about 50% of the time it would fail. I've never had an issue with CyberPower - they switch quickly and their batteries have an extremely long shelf life. Bonus is that I can order replacement batteries vs. throwing out the UPS unit itself when the batteries decide to no longer hold a charge in the future (cheaper units, or power bar style units you typically have replace the entire unit).
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