• CyberPower OR1000LCDRM1U Smart App LCD UPS System, 1000VA/600W, 6 Outlets, AVR, 1U Rackmount
  • CyberPower OR1000LCDRM1U Smart App LCD UPS System, 1000VA/600W, 6 Outlets, AVR, 1U Rackmount
  • CyberPower OR1000LCDRM1U Smart App LCD UPS System, 1000VA/600W, 6 Outlets, AVR, 1U Rackmount
  • CyberPower OR1000LCDRM1U Smart App LCD UPS System, 1000VA/600W, 6 Outlets, AVR, 1U Rackmount
  • CyberPower OR1000LCDRM1U Smart App LCD UPS System, 1000VA/600W, 6 Outlets, AVR, 1U Rackmount
  • CyberPower OR1000LCDRM1U Smart App LCD UPS System, 1000VA/600W, 6 Outlets, AVR, 1U Rackmount
CyberPower OR1000LCDRM1U Smart App LCD UPS System, 1000VA/600W, 6 Outlets, AVR, 1U Rackmount
CyberPower OR1000LCDRM1U Smart App LCD UPS System, 1000VA/600W, 6 Outlets, AVR, 1U Rackmount
CyberPower OR1000LCDRM1U Smart App LCD UPS System, 1000VA/600W, 6 Outlets, AVR, 1U Rackmount
CyberPower OR1000LCDRM1U Smart App LCD UPS System, 1000VA/600W, 6 Outlets, AVR, 1U Rackmount
CyberPower OR1000LCDRM1U Smart App LCD UPS System, 1000VA/600W, 6 Outlets, AVR, 1U Rackmount
CyberPower OR1000LCDRM1U Smart App LCD UPS System, 1000VA/600W, 6 Outlets, AVR, 1U Rackmount

CyberPower OR1000LCDRM1U Smart App LCD UPS System, 1000VA/600W, 6 Outlets, AVR, 1U Rackmount

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  • 1000VA/600 Watts Battery Backup Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) System; This simulated sine wave UPS with line interactive topology uses Automatic Voltage Regulation (AVR) to protect against undervoltages and overvoltages
  • 6 NEMA 5 15R OUTLETS: (4) BATTERY BACKUP AND SURGE PROTECTED OUTLETS (2) SURGE PROTECTED OUTLETS, INPUT: Plug Type 15A NEMA 5 15P 10 FT Cord Plug Style Straight
  • MULTIFUNCTION LCD SCREEN - provides runtime in minutes, battery status, power conditions, alerting users to potential problems before they can affect critical equipment and cause downtime. REMOTE MANAGEMENT: Requires optional RMCARD205
  • Provides battery backup and surge protection for department servers, workgroup servers, workstations, network devices, and telecom installations without active PFC power supplies
  • 3 YEAR WARRANTY - INCLUDING BATTERIES, $300,000 Connected Equipment Guarantee, FREE PowerPanel Business Edition Management Software (Download)
  • CyberPower will repair or replace a defective UPS system (including batteries) within three years of the purchase date; See warranty for details

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Excellent value (1500VA) if you own expensive hardware First and foremost, let's talk about weight. The 1500VA (900w) weighs in at close to 50 lbs. I purchased a 12U expandable rack from StarTech and placed it in the bottom 1U slot. Due to the weight, it sagged in the back though the mounting brackets are sturdy as is the frame so it held without any issues. Once my two PDU's were mounted above it the strain was quickly relieved and it's aligned without any issues.Currently I'm powering connections from the two PDU's using two of the Battery + Surge slots. This includes:- 1x Ubiquity USG Pro- 2x Ubiquiti UniFi 16 Port PoE Switches- 1x Ubiquiti UniFi 8 Port PoE Switch- 2x Arris SB8200 Modems (load balanced)- 1x Apple TV 4K (64GB)- 1x Custom Built Tower (dev server for VM's) w/--- Intel 8600K overclocked to 5GHz--- 64GB DDR4 RAM (2666MHz)--- 6x Samsung 860 Pro SSD's (1x RAID-10, 1x RAID-1 Arrays)--- 8x 140mm Fans (2x on the Noctua CPU Cooler, 6x in the case)--- 1000w Corsair PSUWith the above running (all powered on, actively being used):- Runtime on Battery: 35m- Capacity Utilization: 22%While the 1500VA is certainly not cheap, the cost to potentially replace the above hardware alone greatly exceeds the cost of the UPS by significantly large margins, and that's without factoring in loss of data that could result. Knowing that there's a safety net of sorts in place puts my mind at ease.Comparing capacity and battery to what's currently plugged in, there's plenty of room to add in displays and my MacBook Pro without fear of taxing the UPS. In my opinion, it was money well spent. 5NOT GENERATOR FRIENDLY We have in service both the OR500 and OR700 at two different locations using different make/model whole-building hi-watt generators. Load capacity on both UPS units are less than 50%. Overall load capacity on the natural gas generators are less than 75%. The OR500 and OR700 become unstable while on generator power and eventually shut-down after beeping endlessly with no way to disable the audible warning. Went as far as swapping the OR500 and OR700 between locations with same outcome. UPS Batteries are fine and relatively new. We have other brand desktop UPS units throughout the buildings and none of those are an issue running on generator power.Contacted support and initially was told there is a sensitivity adjustment to compensate for less-than-perfect generator AC output power. Basically, I got nowhere since what the the tech had me try was not applicable to these models. He said he would escalate the issue and have someone contact me. Well, that never happened. Will no longer be purchasing Cyberpower products. In the E-waste they will go. 1Inexpensive and most reliable for the money This ups was purchased after looking for an inexpensive rack mountable one for use with my Kemper Profiling amp. This has more than enough energy to cover my needs for a 6-27 watt draw from the amp. The weight inside my rack keeps adding up, but its worth it for reliability. I wish another set of mounting tabs were available, to support the ups from both sides, while in a rack. 5top notch rack mountable UPS! Works like a charm. It was easy to install and keeps the 3 items we need to have battery backup for running through most outages. We live in the bay area so most of the outages are self inflicted by turning off lights but as rolling blackouts increase we're looking to use this as a more stable backup way to keep the internet modem, router, wifi and alarm on through any outage.The size fits perfectly in the server rack although it's pretty snug with how deep it is. The battery replacement process is easy enough so when the time comes it will be a fast replacement process. 5Failed on first use Display reports 100% battery capacity, 28% load, and 30 minutes runtime. However, when the power went out, it drains from 100% to 0% in about 15 seconds. This happened the first time the power went out and was within the first month after installing it. It just does the same thing everytime we lose power.From the reviews it obviously works for lots of people and is a terrific value... if it works. 1great. Better value for the 1500VA as of this writing So this review is on the 500va model i bought, since in the area in which I live tends to suffer from unstable power at times during bad weather and the last thing I need is fried electronics. For 500VA, I am able to have 32 minutes of backup power, plus the protections of aiding in those brownouts that occur (i assume, when the lights flicker only). Now with 32 minutes of backup allowed, this is perfect because the UPS is not intended to be a power source to keep things running during a black out, just to give you time to shut things down gracefully. I do wish the display was always on, since i find that pretty cool at night. But over all, just spring for the 1500VA for the ultimate protection.What 500VA protects for me:-TrippLite Surge protector-24 Port switch-5 Port POE Switch-2 RPi 2/3 Models-USB Hub-Bookshelf PC-Verizon ONT-Sonos Boost-Unifi USGThis is a lot of stuff to provide power to, so some stuff once a little reconfigured will only be powered to the surge and not the backup, so I should see an increase in back up time allowed. 5Great For Home Network Enclosure Power Backup So far it hasn't let me down since I installed it, it can run a little loud when it's running of its internal batteries. Which for me personally isn't an issue since if there is a power outage I'd be using this primarily for giving me extra time to shut down devices instead of just a power cut. I've got mine installed inside a 12U Rack and it fits perfectly! 5Nice 1U UPS for Home Use So far, so good. I've had this in my home network rack for about six months now with zero issues. I like the fact that it only requires 1U in the rack and that it's reasonably good-looking. My rack isn't exposed but I still don't want ugly equipment in my home setup. This unit adequately provides power to my cable modem, a single eero unit, a router, a switch, a Synology NAS and six security system devices. 5Works great, just know that the power button cover takes a bit of a pull to open Mine is the OR500LCDRM1U Smart App LCD UPS 500VA 300W SNMP/HTTP Rackmount which is part of my relatively intense Cisco/Systems/DBA training Lab. One quick tip is to make sure you're willing to pull hard on the cover over the power button (I almost thought DOA because it took much more force than I thought appropriate.) I've been able to successfully test power disconnects and recovery labs with this. 5First unit was DOA. Got it replaced through Amazon ... First unit was DOA. Got it replaced through Amazon quickly. Replacement worked but then failed less than a year after install - was able to get it repaired through CyberPower warranty but took 10 days to get it back and had to pay $30 in S&H. Unfortunately not a lot of options in low-cost 1U UPS - especially shallow-depth. 2
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Excellent value (1500VA) if you own expensive hardware First and foremost, let's talk about weight. The 1500VA (900w) weighs in at close to 50 lbs. I purchased a 12U expandable rack from StarTech and placed it in the bottom 1U slot. Due to the weight, it sagged in the back though the mounting brackets are sturdy as is the frame so it held without any issues. Once my two PDU's were mounted above it the strain was quickly relieved and it's aligned without any issues.Currently I'm powering connections from the two PDU's using two of the Battery + Surge slots. This includes:- 1x Ubiquity USG Pro- 2x Ubiquiti UniFi 16 Port PoE Switches- 1x Ubiquiti UniFi 8 Port PoE Switch- 2x Arris SB8200 Modems (load balanced)- 1x Apple TV 4K (64GB)- 1x Custom Built Tower (dev server for VM's) w/--- Intel 8600K overclocked to 5GHz--- 64GB DDR4 RAM (2666MHz)--- 6x Samsung 860 Pro SSD's (1x RAID-10, 1x RAID-1 Arrays)--- 8x 140mm Fans (2x on the Noctua CPU Cooler, 6x in the case)--- 1000w Corsair PSUWith the above running (all powered on, actively being used):- Runtime on Battery: 35m- Capacity Utilization: 22%While the 1500VA is certainly not cheap, the cost to potentially replace the above hardware alone greatly exceeds the cost of the UPS by significantly large margins, and that's without factoring in loss of data that could result. Knowing that there's a safety net of sorts in place puts my mind at ease.Comparing capacity and battery to what's currently plugged in, there's plenty of room to add in displays and my MacBook Pro without fear of taxing the UPS. In my opinion, it was money well spent. 5NOT GENERATOR FRIENDLY We have in service both the OR500 and OR700 at two different locations using different make/model whole-building hi-watt generators. Load capacity on both UPS units are less than 50%. Overall load capacity on the natural gas generators are less than 75%. The OR500 and OR700 become unstable while on generator power and eventually shut-down after beeping endlessly with no way to disable the audible warning. Went as far as swapping the OR500 and OR700 between locations with same outcome. UPS Batteries are fine and relatively new. We have other brand desktop UPS units throughout the buildings and none of those are an issue running on generator power.Contacted support and initially was told there is a sensitivity adjustment to compensate for less-than-perfect generator AC output power. Basically, I got nowhere since what the the tech had me try was not applicable to these models. He said he would escalate the issue and have someone contact me. Well, that never happened. Will no longer be purchasing Cyberpower products. In the E-waste they will go. 1Inexpensive and most reliable for the money This ups was purchased after looking for an inexpensive rack mountable one for use with my Kemper Profiling amp. This has more than enough energy to cover my needs for a 6-27 watt draw from the amp. The weight inside my rack keeps adding up, but its worth it for reliability. I wish another set of mounting tabs were available, to support the ups from both sides, while in a rack. 5top notch rack mountable UPS! Works like a charm. It was easy to install and keeps the 3 items we need to have battery backup for running through most outages. We live in the bay area so most of the outages are self inflicted by turning off lights but as rolling blackouts increase we're looking to use this as a more stable backup way to keep the internet modem, router, wifi and alarm on through any outage.The size fits perfectly in the server rack although it's pretty snug with how deep it is. The battery replacement process is easy enough so when the time comes it will be a fast replacement process. 5Failed on first use Display reports 100% battery capacity, 28% load, and 30 minutes runtime. However, when the power went out, it drains from 100% to 0% in about 15 seconds. This happened the first time the power went out and was within the first month after installing it. It just does the same thing everytime we lose power.From the reviews it obviously works for lots of people and is a terrific value... if it works. 1great. Better value for the 1500VA as of this writing So this review is on the 500va model i bought, since in the area in which I live tends to suffer from unstable power at times during bad weather and the last thing I need is fried electronics. For 500VA, I am able to have 32 minutes of backup power, plus the protections of aiding in those brownouts that occur (i assume, when the lights flicker only). Now with 32 minutes of backup allowed, this is perfect because the UPS is not intended to be a power source to keep things running during a black out, just to give you time to shut things down gracefully. I do wish the display was always on, since i find that pretty cool at night. But over all, just spring for the 1500VA for the ultimate protection.What 500VA protects for me:-TrippLite Surge protector-24 Port switch-5 Port POE Switch-2 RPi 2/3 Models-USB Hub-Bookshelf PC-Verizon ONT-Sonos Boost-Unifi USGThis is a lot of stuff to provide power to, so some stuff once a little reconfigured will only be powered to the surge and not the backup, so I should see an increase in back up time allowed. 5Great For Home Network Enclosure Power Backup So far it hasn't let me down since I installed it, it can run a little loud when it's running of its internal batteries. Which for me personally isn't an issue since if there is a power outage I'd be using this primarily for giving me extra time to shut down devices instead of just a power cut. I've got mine installed inside a 12U Rack and it fits perfectly! 5Nice 1U UPS for Home Use So far, so good. I've had this in my home network rack for about six months now with zero issues. I like the fact that it only requires 1U in the rack and that it's reasonably good-looking. My rack isn't exposed but I still don't want ugly equipment in my home setup. This unit adequately provides power to my cable modem, a single eero unit, a router, a switch, a Synology NAS and six security system devices. 5Works great, just know that the power button cover takes a bit of a pull to open Mine is the OR500LCDRM1U Smart App LCD UPS 500VA 300W SNMP/HTTP Rackmount which is part of my relatively intense Cisco/Systems/DBA training Lab. One quick tip is to make sure you're willing to pull hard on the cover over the power button (I almost thought DOA because it took much more force than I thought appropriate.) I've been able to successfully test power disconnects and recovery labs with this. 5First unit was DOA. Got it replaced through Amazon ... First unit was DOA. Got it replaced through Amazon quickly. Replacement worked but then failed less than a year after install - was able to get it repaired through CyberPower warranty but took 10 days to get it back and had to pay $30 in S&H. Unfortunately not a lot of options in low-cost 1U UPS - especially shallow-depth. 2
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