Cyberpower PFC Sinewave Series CP1350PFCLCD 120 VAC UPS
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The Cyberpower CP1350PFCLCD PFC Sinewave Series 120 VAC UPS comes in handy during emergencies, and provides able support to mainstream IT and communications infrastructures.
Ensure that your servers and other network equipment continue to operate during power outages with the help of the Cyberpower CP1350PFCLCD UPS. With its output power capacity of 810 W, this line-interactive UPS protects your array from unexpected surges in the energy supply. It functions on a 7000 mAh battery that provides a run time of 9 mins at half load and 3 mins at full load and requires 8 hours of recharge time. Equipped with an intuitive display screen, it allows improved control and easy navigation for added convenience.
810 W UPS for seamless operations in case of blackouts or brownouts
Sealed lead acid battery offers a run time of 9 mins at half load and 3 mins at full load on a recharge time of 8 hrs
Dimensions: 10.4"H x 3.9"W x 14.2"D
Output voltage of 120 VAC to ensure adequate power supply
LED indicators for power on, wiring fault for seamless navigation
Mini-tower mountable design makes it easy to install
Comes with 10 outlets receptacle for seamless connectivity
Audible alarms for battery status, overload, fault provide optimum security
5' cord allows you to set up your system at a comfortable distance
cUL 107.3, FCC DOC Class B, UL 1778 compliant
3-year limited warranty
This CyberPower PFC sine wave UPS system, certified by Energy Star, is built to safeguard your valuable equipment without bumping up your power bill. The ultraquiet sine wave model protects your mid- to high-end computer system, network, or server by providing it with a backup energy source when the main power is unstable. Automatic voltage regulation technology and a pure sine wave output ensure the stable flow of clean AC electricity to all peripheral devices, even those equipped with active PFC power supplies.
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