Yes. Home theater components, desktops, laptops, USB chargers, phones and other equipment can be connected to our medical grade surge protector and power strip. They will provide electricity to non-medical equipment just as they would with connected medical equipment.
No. Our medical grade surge protector and power strip are designed and certified to meet UL 60601-1 requirements for use within patient care vicinities for non-critical care equipment. They have not been designed or certified for use with life support or other critical care equipment and should not be used for that purpose.
PPB is a new version of CyberPower’s business class monitoring and management software. It has an updated graphical interface, it’s designed to work with future updates of operating systems, and has enhancements to make setting up and use easier.
No, you can only install one version or the other.
Laser printers use a very high amount of power and can easily overload your UPS. Overloads of this type can damage your UPS. As such we ask that you do not plug laser printers in to the battery backed outlets of the UPS.
One CyberPower Surge Protector, one user manual.
Computers, home entertainment equipment, cable DSL/modems, phone/fax/modem, cable and satellite boxes, and other electronics you wish to protect.
CyberPower will repair or replace properly connected equipment, under certain terms and conditions, if it is damaged by a power surge.
Shared amperage means multiple ports share the amperage available. Example: If multiple devices are charging at once, each device shares the charging power and can get up to 2.1 amps of the available power depending on the amount amperage available and number of devices that can be connected.
This feature cuts power to connected equipment when the surge protector can no longer provide protection – keeping your electronics safe.