CyberPower 1325VA 10-Outlet UPS Battery Back-Up (LX1325GU-FC)
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- 10 outlets, 2 widely spaced, 5 providing surge protection, 5 offering surge protection and battery backup
- Two USB ports (2.1A) ideal for devices like phones and tablets
- Telephone, network, and coaxial data line protection
- 1325 VA/810 W capacity
- Half/full 10 minute / 2 minute runtime
- Line-Interactive Topology corrects minor power fluctuations to protect your electronics
- Simulated sine wave appropriate for most consumer electronics
- USB communication
- 2 user replaceable batteries
- PowerPanel Personal Edition management software included
- ENERGY STAR qualified
- CyberPower Battery Back-Up, Manual
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Of the 19 reviewers who responded, 17 would recommend this product.
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Ease of Use: Good
- Great UPS- October 2, 2020
Bought it to replace an old UPS that went bad. Easy to install and if this is like the previous CyberPower ups’, I expect a long life. Warranty is great!.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.Helpful (0)Not helpful (0)
- 5 Year review by owner- August 15, 2020
I'm at the point of replacing the batteries in August 2020 which is 5 years to the month that I bought this exact model UPS. That's going to cost approx. $50 plus HST and shipping if applicable. Spread that out of the additional 3 to 5 years they'll give you on your original UPS purchase. The batteries were quitting before now but the display can be misleading about battery health as I found out with Google, especially if the UPS is not loaded down enough with devices. That aside, I have really been satisfied with this unit. It looks great for a UPS, plenty of AC outlets, a USB connection to one computer so you can set tests and timings, plus monitor status at all times. I use the front USB charging ports a lot since they are 2.1A outlets. I haven't been able to configure Hibernation or program saves which could be an operating system omission (or mine). I connect 2 PCs and 2 monitors only. The first 3 years I lived where power could go out a few times a month and sometimes on and off a few times a minute which is hard on a PC if it's not protected by a UPS. I've been familiar with UPS's since the 1990's. They are just a sensible addition to a workstation.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.Helpful (0)Not helpful (0)Report
- Good replacement for EC850- August 14, 2020
I really miss my EC850, which did not have a replaceable battery but was priced at about the cost of replacement batteries. In the new series of UPS, they have "stolen" 2 outlets ( 1 from the surge only side and 1 from the battery backup side) in order to provide the 2 USB charger slots. Apparently, the EC850 was the only model with the ECO option that would power off all equipment on the surge only side when it detected the Computer turned off at shutdown. Now I have to power on all devices on surge protection, and I had to give up one device since I had used all 5 surge only outlets. My main reason for upgrading was a new 144 Hz monitor. During normal computer usage, my estimated run time is about 45 minutes. Once I crank up Assassin's Creed Odyssey, which is configured for 144 Hz, my estimated run time drops to 15 minutes. Living in Central Florida (cloud to ground lightning capital of the world), it is vital to have the protection these devices afford. Although I'm not happy with the "improvements" of this UPS, I still value its protection, and I'm happy I upgraded to a more robust backup.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.Helpful (0)Not helpful (0)