CyberPower CP1500AVRLCD3 Intelligent LCD UPS System, 1500VA/900W, 12 Outlets, 2 USB Ports, AVR, Mini Tower, Black

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  • 1500VA/900W Intelligent LCD Battery Backup Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) System uses simulated sine wave output to safeguard workstations, networking devices, and home entertainment equipment
  • 12 NEMA 5-15R OUTLETS: Six battery backup & surge protected outlets; six surge protected outlets; INPUT: NEMA 5-15P plug with 6-foot power cord; USB charge ports (1 Type-A, 1 Type-C) quickly charge mobile phones and tablets
  • MULTIFUNCTION, COLOR LCD PANEL: Displays immediate, detailed information on battery and power conditions; Color display alerts users to potential issues before they can affect critical equipment and cause downtime
  • AUTOMATIC VOLTAGE REGULATION (AVR): Corrects minor power fluctuations without switching to battery power, thereby extending the life of the battery
  • 3-YEAR WARRANTY – INCLUDING THE BATTERY; $500,000 Connected Equipment Guarantee and FREE PowerPanel Personal Edition Management Software (Download)
CyberPower CP1500AVRLCD3 Intelligent LCD UPS System, 1500VA/900W, 12 Outlets, 2 USB Ports, AVR, Mini Tower, Black
CyberPower CP1500AVRLCD3 Intelligent LCD UPS System, 1500VA/900W, 12 Outlets, 2 USB Ports, AVR, Mini Tower, Black

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Specification: CyberPower CP1500AVRLCD3 Intelligent LCD UPS System, 1500VA/900W, 12 Outlets, 2 USB Ports, AVR, Mini Tower, Black

Product Dimensions

13.8 x 3.9 x 10.2 inches

Item Weight

23.8 pounds

Item model number



2 12V batteries required. (included)

Date First Available

August 31, 2022




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10 reviews for CyberPower CP1500AVRLCD3 Intelligent LCD UPS System, 1500VA/900W, 12 Outlets, 2 USB Ports, AVR, Mini Tower, Black

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  1. Daniel W

    We purchased this UPS to replace one that is failing in our elevator controls cabinet. It was important to have a serial port so the UPS can talk to the elevator controls.

    Construction: Excellent, feels sturdy, no scratches. Unit was well packaged to prevent any transportation damage and Amazon reboxed it for added protection. The back of the unit has the power outlets and ports clearly labeled. The front panel has lots of data you can scroll through to check the condition of the unit. (input and output voltage, frequency, watts, battery condition, expected run time in minutes.)

    Operation: It works flawlessly. We can monitor what is going on inside the unit, voltage, watts, estimated battery life from the front panel. Much better than the simple red/green LED light. You can even program it.

    Warranty: 3 years! Seems generous.

    Connectivity: It has a Ethernet port and we might hook it up so our IT team can monitor it. Software is available on the website.

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  2. Pedro

    Es un buen producto, claro hay que saber comprar estos aparatos, este CyberPower CP1000AVRLCD por ejemplo es de onda simulada, es decir en un osciloscopio verías la onda escalonada, esto no es recomendable para algunas computadoras con fuentes de poder especializadas que requieren onda sinusoidal suave (ondas, con valles y crestas totalmente suaves y degradados, como las que salen de un generador por inducción).

    Lo compré para proteger un televisor 55″ de 135W y un home teather HK de 150W (con unos periféricos que no suman más de 50W en total), por lo que mi consumo máximo será de 335W y quizá agregue un pequeño subwoofer para home teather de 100W (este no break soporta hasta 600W), así que estoy sobrado y quizá me dé unos 20 minutos de respaldo. Esporádicamente conectaré también una notebook de 35W de consumo, que no es demasiado.

    Es fácil de configurar y para la mayoría de los casos es suficiente con los arreglos que trae de default, la opción de proteger el cable (o la HDTV-TDT) es un gran plus, y también la protección de red es otro buen plus (recomiendo usar sólo cables de red STP de clase 6 a 8, para la mayoría de los casos es suficiente un STP 6A de cobre puro OFC ~AWG 26 a 23~, que sin problemas maneja redes GB ~hasta 10 si la memoria no me falla~, y frecuencias de hasta 550MHz), no recomiendo loa cables UTP pues pueden recibir algo de interferencia y más en estos tiempos donde estamos invadidos por tantas ondas electromagnéticas que pueden generar interferencias o micro corrientes parásitas.

    El problema que le veo es el software, no es muy difícil pero no es para usuarios principiantes, en mi caso no lo usaré pues la notebook no estará conectada permanentemente, pero es un punto a considerar para quienes usarán esto por ejemplo en un servidor personal que piensen montar por su cuenta.

    Espero sea duradero y más por su garantía de 3 años, ojalá no tenga problemas al registrarlo pues el recibo de Amazon no es factura, pero no creo que haya problemas, pues desde la página de cyberpower te redirige a Amazon como una de las opciones de compra en línea.

    Es de notar que los contactos que dicen que sólo dan protección contra picos (está dividido en contactos con protección y batería y sólo con protección de picos), mantienen la alimentación de corriente aunque el no break esté apagado, ahí pueden conectarse por ejemplo aparatos como el echo dot, Roku, Fire, smart hub y algunos periféricos que no requieran suministro continuo de energía durante los apagones y fallos de red eléctrica, pero sí requieran energía de la red eléctrica 24/7.

    En cuanto a estética es muy austero, no parece de calidad pero funciona perfectamente y sólo tiene 3 botones al frente, el LCD se lee claramente y es blanco; sin dudas en un tiempo compraré uno de estos para cada televisor de casa.

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  3. BigGinge

    The CyberPower CP1500AVRLCD3 has proven to be an outstanding investment for protecting my valuable electronics and has saved me from losing hours of work on more than one occasion – this alone is worth more than the cost of the unit.
    With its robust features, reliable performance, and user-friendly design, this uninterruptible power supply (UPS) deserves a solid five-star rating.

    First and foremost, the CP1500AVRLCD3 offers exceptional power protection for my sensitive devices. Whether it’s my computer, gaming console, or home entertainment system, this UPS provides a reliable shield against power surges, voltage fluctuations, and unexpected outages. With its Automatic Voltage Regulation (AVR) technology, it ensures a stable and clean power output, safeguarding my equipment from potential damage.

    The battery backup feature of this UPS is a lifesaver. During power outages, it seamlessly kicks in, allowing me to continue working, gaming, or watching movies without any interruption. The ample battery capacity of the CP1500AVRLCD3 provides me with enough runtime to safely shut down my devices or keep them running until power is restored. It brings me peace of mind, knowing that my work or entertainment won’t be abruptly halted.

    Setting up and using the CP1500AVRLCD3 is a breeze. The LCD display on the front panel provides real-time information on the UPS status, battery level, and load capacity. It allows me to monitor the system’s performance at a glance. The user-friendly interface and intuitive controls make it easy to customize settings and tailor the UPS to my specific needs.

    Furthermore, the CP1500AVRLCD3 offers ample connectivity options. The multiple outlets, including both battery backup and surge protection, ensure that all my devices are adequately powered and safeguarded. The inclusion of USB and serial ports allows for seamless communication with my computer, enabling power management and automatic shutdown in case of extended power outages.

    I’m impressed by the durability and build quality of this UPS. The CP1500AVRLCD3 feels solid and well-constructed, instilling confidence in its long-term reliability. The compact design and sleek aesthetics make it a great addition to any home or office setup.

    Lastly, the customer support provided by CyberPower is exceptional. Their prompt and knowledgeable assistance ensures that any questions or concerns are addressed promptly, further enhancing the overall ownership experience.

    In conclusion, the CyberPower CP1500AVRLCD3 is a reliable powerhouse that delivers on its promises. Its robust power protection, battery backup, user-friendly interface, and ample connectivity options make it an indispensable addition to any electronic setup. Whether you’re a professional relying on critical equipment or a tech-savvy individual looking to safeguard your electronics, this UPS is a must-have. I highly recommend the CP1500AVRLCD3 for its outstanding performance and peace of mind it brings.

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  4. Christian

    El producto llegó a tiempo y correctamente empaquetado, sin embargo no prende de ninguna forma. Espero al menos me lo cambien por uno que funcione.

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  5. Stephen Weese

    I have had a 1500 for 7 years. I bought one about 7 years a go. I bought new batteries for it 3 years ago. This year I have bought a new one for its more modern features. (I still use my old one.) Now this power bank with a remstar with no heat and no heat hose will run 425 minutes or just over 7 hours. I tested it the first night I had it. 3 days later my power went out at 1am ish and lasted 3 hours 25 minutes. I slept the whole time. Now this is not a medically rated device. However for 7 years I have reliably used them. The benifts to it. One even if you run a 3000 watt back up generator it’s not clean power. This cleans it up and makes it usable with your device. 2) In good condition with 2 year old batteries (remember to test your run time every 6 to 8 weeks) It will still last 5 to 5.5 hours. This makes it so an ice storm or a thunderstorm will not make you miss sleep. Also who wants to start the gen or wip out the battery pack in the rain at 2am. 3 it works great to keep your internet up and recharges cell phones quite well.

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  6. NBaker

    Running 2 computers,4 monitors and a printer. Perfect line conditioning. Power went off and this saved me from losing all my work, kept my computers on. I live on a grid were we have power spikes and outages. This has saved me twice.
    Able to run for a 2-4 hours with one computer and monitor. Plenty of time to back everything up and shut down correctly. This is my 2nd one purchased from this company and feel like everything plugged in will last forever with out the power spikes. Great product and worth every penny.

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  7. M. Pickering

    My home and home office contain many sensitive electronic devices. We have several personal computers, a PC server, NAS drives, routers, switches, printers, cordless phones, security system, etc. All of these things (and more) plug into the AC mains and are therefore vulnerable to voltage sags or spikes and the occasional power outage. When a person invests a lot of money in electronic hardware, it only makes sense to do everything you can to protect it. That is why I always discourage people from plugging these sensitive devices directly into the wall. I currently have a total of 10 UPS systems and two line conditioners in my home, which protect my most valuable computer, security and A/V equipment.

    Over the years the cost of power conditioners and Uninterrupted Power Supplies has dropped drastically, and yet the overall reliability and performance of these have improved a great deal. A typical UPS used to be thought of as a simple battery backup device. But today the majority of UPS systems also help to condition the power, to a degree, using technologies such as AVR (Automatic Voltage Regulation). There are several different types of UPS systems available, offering a wide range of output capacities and power conditioning capabilities. Of course the price goes up as your need of greater output and more sensitive voltage protection increases. But for some devices you can get by with a modest UPS system, to simply provide a moderate amount of power protection and battery backup time. This “modest” category is where the CyberPower CP850AVRLCD UPS fits in.

    Model numbers of these UPS systems can be a little confusing, as many people think that the model reflects the output level of the device in watts. The model number of most UPS systems actually reflects the volt-amp rating, whereas the continuous watt load the unit can handle is usually a fraction of that VA rating, in terms of AC output. Calculating the exact watt output the UPS can sustain, strictly based on the VA rating, can be a little tricky since the AC load is not usually in precise phase. However, if you look up the specs of a given UPS system, the manufacturer usually indicates the maximum watts that the device is meant to sustain. In the case of the CyberPower CP850AVRLCD, the VA rating is 850 but the watt output rating is 510. That is a 60% difference between the VA and Watt rating.

    This CyberPower UPS provides Automatic Voltage Regulation, shown by the letters “AVR” in the model number. This means that the UPS is capable of decreasing (Buck) or increasing (Boost) output voltage, slightly, in order to “clean” the power it is passing through to your electronic equipment. This is, or course, while the UPS is receiving AC power through your mains. If the voltage exceeds the minimum or maximum voltage tolerance, the system will automatically switch over to battery power, in order to protect your electronic equipment. The included PowerPanel Personal Edition software allows you a modest adjustment to these minimum and maximum voltage tolerance levels. The software also clearly displays the current status of the UPS, including voltage supplied, voltage condition, remaining battery capacity, battery status, remaining battery runtime and the current battery backed up load on the system. PowerPanel Personal Edition allows you to adjust the amount of time that your computer will remain running on battery power before shutting down. Of course you can choose to set the UPS to allow your computer to run as long as possible, but the UPS will still shut down your computer when it is down to only 5 minutes of remaining time. Therefore you will need to consider how much of a load your current equipment will put on the UPS, as too much load could cause the UPS to shutdown your computer almost immediately after an AC power failure. There is also a configuration screen for alert sounds, which allows you to enable or disable the beeping sounds this UPS would normally make during power events. There is not much more you can do with this software, which really limits its overall usefulness.

    Some of the most important technical specifications of this device are as follows:

    * UPS Topology: Line-Interactive
    * Voltage Input: 90Vac – 140Vac
    * Plug Style: Right Angle
    * Cord Length: 6 feet
    * Output: 850VA / 510 Watts
    * AVR: Yes
    * On Battery Voltage: 120Vac +/- 5%
    * On Battery Frequency: 60Hz
    * On Battery Waveform: Simulated Sine Wave
    * Battery & Surge Outlets: 5
    * Surge-Only Outlets: 4
    * Overload Protection: Internal Circuitry Limiting/Circuit Breaker
    * Transfers Time: 4ms
    * Runtime at Half Load: 7 min
    * Runtime at Full Load: 1 min
    * Battery Type: Sealed Lead Acid – 12V/8.5Ah
    * Typical Recharge Time: 8 Hours
    * Surge Suppression: 1,080 Joules
    * Phone/Ethernet RJ11/RJ45: 1-In, 1-Out (combo plug)
    * Coax Protection (RG6): 1-In, 1-Out
    * Computer Interface: USB x1 – Serial x1
    * Dimensions (in): 10 1/4″ x 4 3/8″ x 8 7/8″
    * Weight: 16 lbs.
    * Product Warranty: 3 Years Limited
    * Connected Equipment Guarantee: Lifetime
    * CEG Amount: $250,000

    The majority of my UPS systems are made by APC. However, I wanted to try a CyberPower unit, so I purchased this smallish 510 Watt unit to provide conditioning and battery backup for a DSL modem, an Ethernet Router, a wireless access point, and a 16-port Gigabit switch. The total load of this attached hardware is only about 45 to 50 watts, at full working load. Therefore this UPS should provide battery backup long enough for me to do some moderate Internet browsing from another UPS powered PC or wirelessly from a laptop. Setup of the CyberPower UPS was completely effortless. You don’t even have to hook up cables to the internal battery, which is something that all APC units require. Upon powering up the CyberPower UPS I was greeted with a nice blue LCD display, which can be toggled to show current load level, estimated run time, input voltage, output voltage, output frequency, battery capacity, and the current status of the UPS (normal AC, battery in use, AVR in use, if system overload is detected, if audible sound is enabled or disabled, or if there is a household wire fault). I think this LCD status display is very useful. However, CyberPower has decided that the consumer does not need the LCD to remain lit, for real-time monitoring. Therefore you will find that the LCD will shut itself off after about 20 seconds, unless you push the toggle button, which lights it back up again as you switch between status screens. I find this extremely annoying, as I like to be able to monitor input voltage and current power load by just glancing at the display. All of my APC UPS systems, with LCD displays, allow me to set the backlight to remain lit at all times. I just don’t understand why CyberPower would not provide this ability. I don’t like it when a manufacturer makes a decision for me that I don’t need something, even though I specifically paid for a UPS with an LCD display. Since I paid for it, I want to see it. I don’t want to have to crawl under the desk to push the doggone toggle button, just to activate the backlight so I can see the display. The engineer that designed this shortcoming should be fired!

    Overall I am quite pleased with the CyberPower CP850AVRLCD UPS. It offers a reasonable amount of useful features, has plenty of backed-up (5) and surge-only (4) outlets, includes Automatic Voltage Regulation, and has a compact footprint. The battery runtime is rather low, especially when used for a mid-level or high-end PC and monitor. But for my low wattage needs, this UPS should keep my DSL modem, router, wireless access point and Ethernet switch up and running for quite some time. The LCD display shows, under the average 45 watt load I have, it will run for approximately 94 minutes. I almost expect that it will likely last even longer than that. My biggest complaints with this UPS are the weak software that CyberPower provides, as well as the unchangeable sleep mode that the LCD display goes into. CyberPower has really dumbed down this otherwise impressive UPS device. The product itself is a worthy, full-featured UPS system, but CyberPower has restricted user configuration to the point that it just can’t compete with other big players in the market, like APC. For a very basic computer user, this UPS could be a good, low cost solution. But for advanced users, who demand more control of their UPS settings and features, the CyberPower CP850AVRLCD simply falls short. I think the folks at CyberPower should consider updating their PowerPanel Personal Edition software, to allow more control of voltage tolerances, automatic computer shut down, LCD backlight mode (choices for sleep mode and always on), and the ability to setup a computer hibernation rather than simply shutting down the computer. Maybe some of their higher end (more expensive) UPS systems allow for these settings, but I definitely feel that they should consider adding these abilities to models like the CP850AVRLCD as well. I could easily give this UPS 5 stars if the software was more useful and the LCD display were user controllable, but as it stands now I can only give it 4 stars at best. Everything else about this UPS is solid and well designed, so I recommend it for basic computer users that do not require power user features and configurability.

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  8. Dar B

    UPDATE: After fighting through email I was able to reach someone live and this person was very helpful. The solution is to download PowerPanel Local (you will need to contact chat for the user name and password. Once it was installed and the password was update the software connected through my browser. All is good. Of course there is a downside to the hardware – the program recommends that that battery be replaced in 3 years. This is a little short in my mind.

    I installed this on Mar. 3rd and the first thing I noticed was a line fault error. I tested the outlet and the tester shows that it is correctly wired and has a good ground. The next issue is the software. It installed with no problems but it will not connect to the machine. I have removed and reinstalled it three times, to no avail. My anti-virus and firewall programs automatically recognized the program and allowed it through.

    I contacted their support and they blamed the security programs. I have responded to them and they have ignored my response.

    Because of this software failure I have no idea if the UPS is even working properly and combined with the lack of support I will returning this UPS.

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  9. jc

    4/4 Advocate for the Cyberpower 1500. Purchased and installed 2 units: Router/computer and Entertainment systems. Provides confidence. With all items off, but router, the 1500 screen shared it has ~3 hr back-up. Good size and front facing profile. J

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  10. Barry Hancock

    I have bad luck with UPSes. They fail too often. This one is still working properly after almost a year. I like the digital display on the front, so that I know how quickly it is depleting during a power outage. I seems to handle the quick fraction-of-a-second outage, as well an outage over an hour.

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