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CyberPower CP1500PFCLCD Pure Sine Wave UPS (1500VA/900W) Reviews

Dantrax

Outputs an AC sine wave not a square wave

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Pros: Enough power to keep your multicard rig running long enough to safely power it down. AC sine wave output.

Cons: none so far

I have an Asus R4BE MB, 12 fans, X-60 water pump, 2 780ti super clocked cards in SLI, sound & TV cards, 1200Watt PSU, 32GB 2400MHz ram, 4930K overclocked, 2 HDDs, 2 SSDs, card reader, mouse & keyboard. All hooked up to this UPS with no power problems. It adjusts for high or low voltage & instantly switched over to battery w/o a hiccup during the few brown outs we've had. I like it because it outputs a modified AC sine wave versus a modified square wave of most other UPSs. Quite clever how they do it by varying the amplitude of short square wave output pulses to create an AC sine wave. You need an oscilloscope to slow down the output signal enough to see the pulses of varying square wave....
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