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CyberPower PR1500ELCD Chargeur Noir
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- CyberPower PR1500ELCD. capacité de la puissance de sortie: 1500 VA
- Puissance de sortie: 1350 W
- tension de voltage à la sortie (max): 230 V. Prise mâle: Coupleur C14
- Nombre de prises en sortie: 8 sortie(s) CA. Technologie batterie: Sealed Lead Acid (VRLA)
- Temps de rechargement de la batterie: 8 h
- Temps de secours type à demi de charge: 17 min. Elément de format: Tour
- Couleur du produit: Noir
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Description du produit
Couleur du produit: Noir
Elément de format: Tour
Fréquence d'entrée de l'alimentation d'énergie: 47/63
Hauteur: 221 mm
Largeur: 170 mm
Nombre de ports série: 1
Nombre de prises en sortie: 8 sortie(s) CA
Nombre de sorties IEC jumpers: 1
Poids: 25,1 kg
Prise mâle: Coupleur C14
Profondeur: 432 mm
Protection contre les surcharges: Oui
Protection contre les surtensions: Oui
Puissance de sortie: 1350 W
Quantité de Ports USB 2.0: 1
Systèmes d'exploitation compatibles: Windows 7 / Vista / XP / 2000, Server 2003 / 2008, Linux\n
Technologie batterie: Sealed Lead Acid (VRLA)
Temps de rechargement de la batterie: 8 h
Temps de secours type au chargement complet: 5 min
Temps de secours type à demi de charge: 17 min
capacité de la puissance de sortie: 1500 VA
tension de voltage à la sortie (max): 230 V
Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.co.uk
Its a good value unit, and it does work satisfactorily. Obviously these are the two primary features so its not a bad buy at all. But there are issues.
1. The front input voltage display is inaccurate, mine is showing 246 volts at the moment but I have verified with 2 meters that it is actually 240 volts.
2. When its running on battery the display switches to show a perfect 230 volts, its actually being fudged by the electronics to show what you want to see, its really outputting about 180 volts RMS. This is fine for most modern devices to run on though, I presume they did this as people would panic seeing the real value, and the rough waveform makes a true RMS a bit difficult.
3. Its running a little hot for my liking indicating marginal heat-sinking on some components, I have been 35 years in electronics, trust me, I can smell running hot! I am not expecting an epically long life from it. 4. The transformer looks a shade weedy for the rating, usually a bit bigger at this power, although its only actually used when running on battery so its only used for a few minutes anyway. 5. The software CD that came with it is many versions out of date, find the latest on the manufacturers website. One of the reasons I bought it was for its decent monitoring software and I think its actually very good, the software you get with APC's for example is feeble, not even able to run a self test!
Some notes of advice. The unit does NOT contain a fan, the noise when its on battery is the inverter making the transformer buzz like a speaker, nothing to worry about.
Get in the habit of running a battery test once a month using the software, this is a better way than just pulling the incoming mains out! why? because using self test the mains is still available so if the battery doesn't hold up the UPS should go back to mains again without crashing your equipment, it can't if you unplugged it to test!
If the battery dies - and it will every 12 months to 3 years (depending on various factors, don't panic, you can get a replacement from somewhere like Toolstation for £15, a 12V 7AH sealed lead acid (DON'T pay silly prices like at Maplin, £15 is fine). You just unplug everything, make sure its off of course! undo the 4 screws in the base with a long crosshead screwdriver, wriggle the front panel off. Pull off the connections from the 2 battery lugs, swap the battery and reconnect following polarity (colour coded). Put it back together, pop the front panel on and put the screws back. Power up and test. It may need to charge several hours before giving full power again.
Following this easy pattern of 'test and replace as needed' you will remain protected from power failures until the actual UPS eventually dies, sadly cheap ones do have a finite life from running hot and having no active cooling limits the components lifespan. You just need to budget for it.
Yes the LCD screen does go dark after when its left but the power button remains on!,
It doesn't have an outlet power save function unlike APC (to turn off at a wattage met) but it will keep a 850w gaming pc on for a good 30mins wile running a nas, lamp, sound system, keyboard power and two monitors.
Provides a good amount of power for demanding equipment
Simple to use and works right out the box
management software is simple and tells what you need to know.
Software dosnt all ways seem to work when the pc is rebooted for me
Quite heavy but manageable, Sinks on its legs on carpet.
Does get very warm when running on battery
(Wasn't a problem for me but) no mains power included only one UPS lead.
Smaller than the old 1KVA unit (from a different manufacturer) that it replaced. And... SILENT!
The fans on the old one were a permanent pain - I'd built a near-silent PC, but that was pretty pointless given the fan noise from the UPS.
Now I walk into the office, and damn near do a sort of double-take over the fact that the system is running, but there's no noise.
Much easier to concentrate.
Not yet installed the software - it's just tied itself into the standard Windows power management and I get status information in the toolbar from that (which again, the previous one did not) and I haven't seen the need.
There have been a couple of comments about a smell from this unit when it's new. I didn't have this problem; maybe I was lucky, maybe the manufacturer has addressed it.
I have a home server which I constantly keep running and the power in our area cuts out often due to a plant close by, so I needed something to protect my equipment.
I have my Home Server and Router connected to this UPS and it shows that it can keep them running for around 45 mins without power which I am VERY impressed with as I was expecting about 15 at most.
1 advise I can give is to try out the 'Business Edition' of the Power Panel software which you can get from the CyberPower website for FREE. Here is the link:
It takes some setting up but is worth it. This software will send you an email and/or text message when the power goes out or comes back and you can configure a lot more with it.