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CP1500EPFCLCD – Backup UPS Systems | CyberPower

Posted by jpluimers on 2021/04/05

Reminder to self to write a bit more on the usage of a UPS my brother has got for a while now: CyberPower CP1500EPFCLCD with Pure Sine Wave output.

Before buying the ESXi support seemed incredible.

Some links to start with:

I got it via Amazon.de, though there might be better priced sources.

[Archive.is] CYBERPOWER CP1500EPFCLCD 1500VA: AmazonSmile: Computer & Zubehör.

TinkerTry links:

ESXi support:

I will write a new blog post with installation instructions when I start experimenting with this setup.

–jeroen

2 Responses to “CP1500EPFCLCD – Backup UPS Systems | CyberPower”

  1. alessandro said

    Hi
    i think you’ve got a wrong picture, this is an APC UPS. if i can add my opinion i owe from 2-3 years an APC BR1200 e BR1500 and both from the begining (after they replaced me 4 batteries and 2 units) “comes” with around the 20% less of battery autonomy if you compare the official white papers …. a big delusion …
    on a BR1200 720W with a load of 13% the ups should “resist” around 60 minutes officialy…but you “get” if you are very lucky only 45minutes….. if not 35-40
    would be intresting to know the performance of this one

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