You'd only get the non-sine output when running on battery.Basicaly I was between the CyberPower CP1500PFCLCD and the APC BR1500G.
It seems that after a google search the APC is a far superior brand with amazing UPS's but the CyberPower has a pure sine wave output....
PS: If a UPS is not a pure sine wave output and let's say it has an X output... the X output is only active when it powers the system from battery or its always on?
You mean he isn't talking about United Parcel Service?
As I mentioned above, I have 3 of the CyberPower UPS's and a few smaller APC units around the house. I live in south Louisiana where most of the power lines are above ground and are prone to hurricanes, high winds, and trees falling on them. The CyberPower units are all on my A/V equipment throughout the house and my smaller ones are on ancillary items.Silly question maybe, but how important would a UPS be for someone lucky like me to only experience power outage once a year, with a very stable, reliable and well grounded power source ?
That more knowing I got a SSD (so no moving parts suddenly stopped), that no working crucial data may be lost with my usage and habits...
My 2011 HD Imac went through a dozen power outage without ever any trouble, so I don't think I'll care much, anyone see any reason for me to add an UPS ?
Thanks in advance.