CyberPower Systems

Frequently Asked Questions


The CyberPower Product FAQs offer straightforward knowledge, from explanations about product installation to details about how to configure your power management software. Browse our Product FAQs by topic categories or search by keywords. Obtain the answers to common questions about UPS systems, PDUs, surge protectors, power inverters, mobile batteries, and cables.

Frequently Asked Questions

My unit is beeping twice every 15-45 seconds. What is happening?

This usually indicates that the unit is running on battery power. First, ensure that the unit is plugged correctly into the wall outlet. Second, check to see if the wall outlet is functioning properly by unplugging the CyberPower unit and plugging in a different device. If the other device is not working, there is a problem with the outlet and you should contact an electrician for repair. If the other device is working properly, try the CyberPower unit in a different outlet in the house and see if it yields the same results. If the unit is still producing the dual beeping noise, contact technical support for assistance.


What types of equipment are NOT allowed to be plugged into the UPS?

Any device which exceeds the unit's VA/Watt rating should not be plugged into the outlets. High drain devices, medical equipment, and aquatic equipment also void the unit's warranty. Below is a list of other devices that also void the warranty.

  • Laser printers
  • Space heaters
  • Copiers
  • Paper shredders
  • Vacuums
  • Curling irons

Can I use a different software package to manage my UPS?

CyberPower UPS systems will not work with other UPS manufacturers' software, but many models do support OS supplied management (e.g. Vista, XP, OS X).


Do I need to install PowerPanel software for my UPS to work properly?

PowerPanel software is not required for the UPS to provide surge suppression and battery backup. However, installing the PowerPanel software provides additional features and control for the UPS, along with the ability to automatically shut down your computer in event of a power outage.


What operating systems support USB connectivity with CyberPower UPS units?

The USB port can be used with Windows, 2000, XP, Server 2003, Vista, 7, and Server 2008.


Why does my UPS beep twice when I turn it on?

This is normal operation of the UPS. All CyberPower units perform a self-test routine when they are turned on.


Where is the serial number located on the unit?

The serial number is located on a white label adhered to the unit. The serial number is shown directly underneath the barcode.


What is the difference between the Battery/Surge outlets and the Surge outlets?

Many CyberPower UPS units have two sets of outlets. One set is labeled "Battery/Surge" and one set is labeled "Surge". The outlets labeled "Battery/Surge" are the outlets that will receive battery power during a power failure. You should plug your computer and monitor into these outlets and any externally powered critical data storage device.

Items such as printers, speakers, scanners, and faxes should be plugged into the outlets labeled "Surge." These outlets are intended for low priority electronics that are not essential to the PC's main operation.


Can I increase the runtime by hooking up multiple UPS units in a row?

No. This configuration is called daisy-chaining and will void the UPS warranty.


Can I hook up a surge strip to the UPS unit?

Surge strips cannot be installed before OR after the UPS unit. Doing so will void the UPS' warranty. If you require additional units, please upgrade your UPS to a unit that has more outlets.


Why am I not getting any power from the Battery/Surge outlets, only the Surge outlets?

Most of the time this is due to a malfunctioning/dead battery. Feel free to contact our technical support specialists, and they will properly diagnose the problem for you.


Why is the wiring fault light illuminated on my UPS unit?

The wiring fault light indicates that the outlet that the unit is connected to is either not properly grounded or has reversed wiring. First, try connecting the unit to another outlet. If the unit still displays the electrical wiring fault, contact technical support for assistance.

If the unit does not display the wiring fault light in the new outlet, you will need to have an electrician correct the problem with the faulty outlet.


Why can I not get a dial tone through the communication protection ports of my CyberPower UPS?

First, check to see that the phone cord is securely connected to the UPS and the computer. Next, check to see if you can get a dial tone when you bypass the unit. If you are able to get a dial tone when bypassing the unit, please contact technical support. If you are unable to get a dial tone when bypassing the communication protection ports, please contact your phone company.


My unit emits a long solid beep. What should I do?

A long, solid tone indicates that you have overloaded your unit. First, move any low priority electronics (speakers, printers, scanners, etc.) to the Surge-Only outlets and see if that resolves the issue. If you are still overloading the unit, you will either need to remove some of the electronics from the Battery/Surge outlets, or purchase a new unit with a VA/Watt rating suitable for your current demands.


How do I run a self-test?

To run a self-test, open the Power Panel software and then click "Initiate Self Test". Another way to perform a self-test is by turning off the circuit breaker for the circuit the UPS is plugged into or unplugging the unit from the wall.


My LCD screen shuts off after 15-30 seconds of inactivity. Is there a way to keep the LCD screen illuminated at all times?

The LCD will only light up when the Display button is pressed. This extends the life of the LCD screen and is part of the energy-saving features of CyberPower UPS systems.


Can I use my UPS in conjunction with a generator?

CyberPower Smart App Online Series UPS systems include a Generator Mode setting specifically designed to work with generators. With varying loads, the frequency output from generators can be erratic. This erratic output can make it difficult for a UPS without a Generator Mode setting to recognize the input power, causing the UPS to function on battery power only. With Generator Mode, the UPS can automatically adjust to frequency fluctuations and maintain a full charge of the batteries.


Should the cooling fan on my CyberPower UPS be running at all times?

The internal cooling fan will only run when it is required. CyberPower UPS systems utilize an internal thermometer which activates the fan when the temperature exceeds a certain threshold. When the UPS is running idle (not using battery power), it is completely normal for the fan to not be running. The exception is with Online units, models that begin with "OL". Their cooling fans will run ALL the time.


Do I have to have the UPS turned on in order for it to charge?

The UPS will charge the battery whether the unit is turned on or turned off.


Are the rackmount ears strong enough to hold up my rackmounted UPS? Does it also need to have rear supports?

The front-mount rackmount ears are specifically designed and tested to hold up their own weight in both a two-post and four-post rack enclosure. Rear supports are not needed, but users can install them if they wish.


How do I dispose of my UPS?

CyberPower Systems encourages environmentally sound methods for disposal and recycling of its UPS products. Please dispose of and/or recycle your UPS and batteries in accordance to the local regulations of your state.


What warnings are associated with the California Proposition 65 "Prop 65" requirements?

A UPS contains batteries that have battery posts, terminals and related accessories that contain lead and/or lead compounds as well as other chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

If my surge protector has a ground light, should it be illuminated (green)?

Yes. The ground indicator light should be illuminated. If the light is not illuminated, there is a problem with the AC outlet into which the CyberPower surge suppressor is plugged. If this is the case, please disconnect the surge suppressor until the problem is resolved. The problem must be resolved before the CyberPower surge suppressor can be used.

Common issues with an AC outlet include: bad ground, missed ground, or reversed wiring (usually due to sub-standard wiring, typical in residential housing built prior to 1980). You may need to contact a qualified electrician to repair/upgrade the outlet.

NOTE: Using the CyberPower surge suppressor when the ground indicator light is not illuminated will void the warranty.


If my surge protector has a surge light, should it be illuminated?

Yes. The surge light should be illuminated. This indicates that the CyberPower surge suppressor is functioning properly. If the light is not illuminated, it indicates that the surge protector has received a catastrophic surge and will need to be replaced. CyberPower will replace the surge suppressor free of charge, provided the warranty terms and conditions are met.


How do I correctly use the IN and OUT jacks for RJ11/45 phone/network ports?

To correctly use the IN and OUT jacks for the RJ11/45 phone/network ports:

  • Connect the cord from your wall to the IN jack. NOTE: For some surge suppressors, the IN jack might show the icon of a phone.
  • Connect your computer or peripheral to the OUT jack. NOTE: For some surge suppressors, the OUT jack might show the icon of a computer.

What types of electronics are intended to be plugged into transformer outlets?

The transformer outlets are spaced farther apart than the other outlets to accommodate transformer block adapters or any other adapters that are large in size. Transformer outlets can be used to connect any appropriate device to the surge suppressor.

The circuit breaker on the PDU is tripping but it is not overloaded. What could be the problem?

High operating temperatures can also cause the circuit breaker to trip. Check that the ambient temperature where the PDU is installed is within the specified range.


Does the PDU include button mounting (also known as keyhole mounting) hardware?

Yes, select PDU models include keyhole mounting pegs. If you received a PDU User Manual, please see it for details.


Can a PDU also monitor temperature and humidity?

Yes, with the optional EnviroSensor installed and connected. The EnviroSensor will monitor ambient temperature and humidity and report that information to the PDU.


Can the PDU be configured to shutdown individual outlets?

Yes, switched PDU models can be configured via the web management interface.


The PDU I have has two outlet banks but only 1 display. What is the display reading?

Metered, monitored, and switched PDU models display the total current being drawn by the connected equipment on the screen. If there are two outlet banks, then the display is showing the total aggregate current draw between both banks.


Can computers be configured to automatically shutdown with a PDU?

Yes, PowerPanel Business Edition can be installed on a computer to configure unattended shutdown settings. For details, please see the PowerPanel Business Edition User Manual.


Do any of the CyberPower PDUs have an on/off switch?

No. None of the PDUs will have on/off switches on them. All CyberPower PDUs are always on by design.


Do PDUs have surge protection built in?

No, PDUs do not have surge protection. If you are looking for a power distribution unit with surge protection, look at CyberPower's line of Rackbars.


Can I plug a 120V device into a PDU30MVHVT20F?

No, PDUs with a model number that includes "HV" indicate it is for High Voltage and will only support 200V-240V input and output.


The Amperage displayed on Amperage Meter exceeds the unit's capability (Metered type only). What does this mean?

The meter will flash when overloaded. Reduce the load on the PDU until the overload is gone. If the problem remains, contact technical support.

What is a hot-swappable battery?

A hot-swappable battery eliminates power-related downtime and ensures maximum power availability. All potential UPS maintenance, including complete power module exchange, can be performed without powering down connected equipment. As long as utility power is on, you may leave the UPS and connected equipment on while replacing a new battery.


What is Cold Start Functionality?

Cold Start Functionality restores emergency power to the load after the installation of a new battery.


What should I do with spent batteries?

Deliver spent batteries to a recycling facility or ship them to the manufacturer in the replacement battery packing material received with the new battery.


If the battery is disconnected from the unit, is connected equipment protected from power outages?

Connected equipment is unprotected from power outages while the battery is disconnected.


What does outdoor design provide?

Outdoor design provides outdoor mounting and durable, weather-proof casing to protect an FTTx/Telecom unit.


What does indoor design provide?

Indoor design provides durable casing to protect an FTTx/Telecom unit.

What is a button or keyhole mount?

Button or keyhole mounting is a toolless feature designed to speed up the installation process of vertically mounting power distribution units (PDU) and cable management ducts in a rack. The button mounts are installed on the back of equipment prior to installation, while the keyhole mounting points can be found alongside the rack.


How big is a "U" when measuring rack size?

A rack unit, U or RU is a unit of measurement that describes the height of equipment designed to mount in a 19" rack. Racks offer room for equipment that is 19" wide, and have variable heights, which are expressed in rack units. One rack unit (1U) is 1.75" (44.45 mm) of vertical space, or typically the equivalent of three rack hole spaces tall.

One of the first criteria to consider when purchasing a rack is how many RUs your equipment requires. Spacing is measured from center hole to center hole and does not vary, regardless of whether the rack angle has square or round mounting holes.


What is a 19" rack?

A 19" rack is the standard EIA-310 server rack. The term comes from the width of the equipment in the rack. The only dimension on a 19" rack that actually measures 19" is the width of the front panel of the rack mount equipment. This means the distance between the mounting flanges of a rack angle measures 19" in order for rack mount equipment to fit.


What is a cage nut?

Cage nuts are used almost exclusively in rack angles with square mounting holes. They consist of a square nut wrapped in a spring metal cage that is slightly larger than the nut. This spring steel has two flanges that when pinched together allow the component to fit into the square hole on 19" racks. The nut is typically loose in the cage to allow for adjustments when installing the screw.

The three most common sizes of cage nuts are 10-32, 12-24 and M6. The size needed varies by the type of equipment being installed in the rack. Best practice is to also purchase the corresponding screw to go with the cage nut.


What is the difference between 10-32, 12-24, and M6 rack screws?

Rack screws are used to attach equipment to the rack angles of a 19" rack. There are several sizes available, but 10-32, 12-24 and M6 are the most common. Exact threads can vary by manufacturer.

10-32 Threads
The number "10" is a size designator with no numerical meaning. The number "32" refers to 32 threads per inch. You can identify a 10-32 screw by measuring the diameter at exactly 3/16" (4.76 mm).

12-24 Threads
12-24 rack screws are more common than 10-32 in pre-threaded racks. They are slightly larger and courser than 10-32 hardware. The number "12" is a size designator with no numerical meaning. The number "24" refers to 24 threads per inch. You can identify a 12-24 screw by measuring the diameter at slightly less than 7/32" (5.55 mm).

M6 Threads
M6 refers to a metric 6 mm screw. The outside diameter of the threads is 6 mm. The standard metric rack screw is actually an M6 x 0.1 mm. The number 0.1 mm refers to 0.1 threads per millimeter. You can identify an M6 screw by measuring the diameter at slightly more than 7/32" (0.228").


What is a rack's mounting depth?

Rack mount depth is commonly confused with the overall rack depth including the door. Mounting depth is defined as the dimension from the front of the front rack angle to the back of the back rack angle. Many racks have adjustable mounting depth so it's best practice to ensure that the rails being used for all the equipment will fit the depth of the rack. The most common depth is between 28"-29".


What is EIA-310?

EIA stands for the Electronic Industries Association. EIA-310 is a specification for the "standard rack". This specification standardizes several important features of 19" racks, such as the Rack Unit (RU or U), vertical hole spacing, horizontal hole spacing, rack opening and front panel width. The specification also sets tolerances on each of these dimensions. The current revision is EIA-310-D.

It's important to note that there are certain rack characteristics such as hole type, mounting depth, front and rear space, and obstructions between front and rear rails that are not standardized.


What is the standard rack vertical hole spacing?

Vertical hole spacing is defined as a repeating pattern of holes within one rack unit (RU or U) of 1.75". The hole spacing alternates at 1/2" – 5/8" – 5/8 and repeats. The start and stop of the RU is in the middle of the 1/2" spaced holes.


What is the standard rack horizontal hole spacing?

The horizontal spacing of the vertical rows of holes is specified by EIA-310 at 18 5/16" (18.312" or 465.1 mm). However, many manufacturers use equipment mounting slots instead of holes to allow for variations in this dimension.


What is the standard rack opening?

The rack opening is specified as a minimum of 17.72" (450 mm). Square hole racks tend to be very close to the minimum opening.


What are fixed rails?

A fixed rail is a long L-shaped bracket that supports the edge of the equipment. Fixed rails serve as an alternative to sliding or telescoping rails, which are sometimes too large to fit within a rack. They may include a cabling crossbar in the rear to dress out any cables present. It's important to note that fixed rails require the equipment to be fully removed from the rack enclosure for service.


What are filler panels or blanking panels?

A filler or blanking panel is a flat piece of metal or plastic that matches the height of one or more rack units (1U is equivalent to 1.75"). Typical sizes range from 1-8 rack units.

Filler or blanking panels are used to close openings that are not being used in a rack enclosure. This helps to prevent hot air from mixing with the cooler intake air. The result is more efficient equipment cooling. Nearly all rack manufacturers make filler panels and all 19" filler panels will be compatible with standard 19" racks.

Should the power inverter beep when I turn it on?

Yes. All CyberPower power inverters will beep when they are turned on or restarted.


Why does my device periodically beep twice?

This is due to overloading or underpowering. Overloading is caused by an excessive load and can be resolved by either upgrading to larger power inverter or by reducing the load of the attached equipment. If the device is underpowered, connect it to power source that is outputting greater than 11 volts. Most often, users simply need to start their vehicle and recharge the battery.


Why does my unit emit a long solid beep or a series of rapid beeps?

This is due to overloading the unit. You will need to reduce the load placed on the unit or purchase a larger unit.


I am having problems getting the device to work on airplanes. How can I resolve this issue?

Many airlines limit in-seat power to a maximum of 75 watts. (Most laptops require >100 watts.) The recommended workaround is to remove the battery from the laptop. Doing so should reduce the power demands of the laptop to under 75 watts because the battery will no longer be charging while the laptop is in use.


Where can I purchase a new fuse for my power inverter?

If your unit is within the warranty period, you can receive a free replacement from CyberPower.


I lost part of the tip of my mobile power inverter. Where can I purchase a replacement?

If your unit is within the warranty period, you can receive a free replacement from CyberPower.

How should I store the Mobile Battery Pack?

When not in use, store this product in a cool and dry environment. Store it at temperatures between 14° F to 122° F (-10° C to 50° C).


What is the temperature range for operating the Mobile Battery Pack?

Operate this product at temperatures between 32° F to 104° F (0° C to 50° C).


The battery pack does not power the device. What should I do?

Causes and solutions for this problem vary according to the model. Please consult the user manual (user guide) for details. You may also contact technical support.


The battery pack does not recharge. What should I do?

Causes and solutions for this problem vary according to the model. Please consult the user manual (user guide) for details. You may also contact technical support.


How do I recycle the battery pack?

Please recycle the battery pack in accordance with local environmental laws and regulations.

What is the function of the power switch on the USB Charger?

The power switch activates and deactivates various functions of the battery pack.


My USB Charger has a folding AC plug. Why?

This type of AC plug fits any standard AC outlet and features folding prongs for convenience and portability.


My USB Charger has an attached charging connector. Why?

An attached USB charging connector recharges the lithium-ion battery by working with any USB port external to the battery.

Where can I obtain drivers for my CyberPower USB hub?

CyberPower USB hubs use a generic Microsoft USB driver. If the hub does not install automatically as soon as the device is plugged into the PC, please visit www.windowsupdate.com and verify whether you have all the available updates for your operating system. NOTE: USB 2.0 hubs will only work with Windows 98SE and newer versions of Windows.


Why won't my device work in the USB hub?

Try plugging the device directly into the PC, bypassing the USB hub. If the device works in the PC but not in the hub, the hub may be faulty. For additional information, please contact our technical support team.


How do I know when the hub is powered by the battery (Model CPH420MP only)?

The red battery power LED will be lit. If this LED not lit, then slide the switch to the battery position.


When I connect the hub, I get this message: "The Generic USB Hub is a HI-SPEED USB device and will function at reduced speed when plugged into a non-HI-SPEED port." What does message this mean?

The message indicates the USB port in your computer is a low speed USB 1.1 port. This will limit the USB speed to USB 1.1. If you need high speed capability, you can purchase a high speed USB card for your desktop or laptop computer at a local computer store.


Are the USB hubs compatible with Windows XP and Vista?

Yes. All CyberPower USB hubs are compatible with both XP and Vista.

What is the purpose of the polarity selector on the Universal Power Adapter?

The polarity selector enables you to choose positive or negative polarity to match the requirement of the device you want to connect to the adapter.


How do I identify the polarity required for the device I want to connect to the Universal Power Adapter?

The polarity (positive or negative) will typically be identified in the device's user manual and/or on the device itself. If the device does not have a polarity specification, contact the manufacturer of the device and ask for the information.


Will using an incorrect polarity damage the device?

Yes. An incorrect polarity might damage the device. Check to make sure that the polarity selector on the Universal Power Adapter is set to the proper polarity for the device you want to connect.


What is the range of the voltage selector for the Universal Power Adapters?

The voltage selector supports multiple voltages. The range varies according to the model. CPUAC600: 3V, 4.5V, 6V, 7.5V, 9V, and 12V. CPUAC1U1300: 3V, 4.5V, 5V, 6V, 7.5V, 9V, and 12V. CPUDC1U2000: 3V, 4.5V, 6V, 9V, and 12V.


How do I identify the required voltage for the device I want to connect to the Universal Power Adapter?

The voltage required will typically be identified in the device's user manual and/or on the device itself. If you cannot determine the proper voltage, contact the manufacturer of the device and ask for the information.


Will using an incorrect voltage damage the device?

Yes. An incorrect voltage might damage the device. Check to make sure that the voltage selector on the Universal Power Adapter is set to the proper voltage for the device you want to connect.

What is Cat 5 (Cat5)?

Category 5 cable (Cat 5 or Cat5) is a twisted pair cable for carrying signals. This type of cable is used in structured cabling for computer networks such as Ethernet. The cable standard provides performance of up to 100 MHz and is suitable for 10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX (Fast Ethernet), and 1000BASE-T (Gigabit Ethernet). Cat 5 is also used to carry other signals such as telephony and video.


What about Category 5 vs. Category 5e?

Category 5 has been superseded by the Category 5e (enhanced) specification. The Category 5e specification improves upon the Category 5 specification by tightening some crosstalk specifications and introducing new crosstalk specifications that were not present in the original category 5 specification. The bandwidth of category 5 and 5e is the same: 100 MHz.


What is Cat 6 (Cat6)?

Category 6 cable, commonly referred to as Cat 6 (Cat6), is a standardized cable for Gigabit Ethernet and other network physical layers. It is backward compatible with the Category 5/5e cable standards.

Compared with Cat 5 and Cat 5e, Cat 6 features more protection for crosstalk and system noise. The Cat 6 cable standard also provides performance of up to 250 MHz and is suitable for 10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX (Fast Ethernet), 1000BASE-T/1000BASE-TX (Gigabit Ethernet), and 10GBASE-T (10-Gigabit Ethernet).

Category 6 cable can be identified by the printing on the side of the cable.


What is Firewire?

Firewire or FireWire® Cable is also known as IEEE 1394. The original release of IEEE 1394-1995 is now known as Firewire 400. It can transfer data between devices at 100, 200, or 400 Mbit/s. The cable's maximum length is limited to 14.8 ft. (4.5 meters), but you can have up to 16 cables daisy-chained by using active repeaters, external hubs, or internal hubs.

What role of PowerPanel Business Edition installation do I need to choose?

Use Agent when you are connecting the computer to the UPS with a USB or Serial cable. Use Client if you are connecting the computer via your network to the RMCARD installed on the UPS. Use Center when you want to monitor and manage all the CyberPower power protection products on your network.


Can you install more than one role of PPBE on the same computer?

No, you can only install one role of PPBE on a computer.


How many PPBE Clients can the RMCARD support?

RMCARDs can manage up to 50 PPBE Clients.


How many PPBE Clients can a PPBE Agent support?

There is no limit to the number of PPBE Clients a PPBE Agent can support.


How many devices can PPBE Center support?

There is no limit to the number of devices PPBE Center can support.


Why can't PPBE find CyberPower devices or other PPBE computers on my network?

PPBE can only find devices within the same subnet. If your computer is on a different subnet than that of the UPS you want to connect to, then you have to change the IP address of your computer to be on the same subnet as the UPS or vice versa.


Does PPBE need to have any specific ports allowed by firewalls for it to work?

Yes, the following network service ports should not be blocked by firewalls where PPBE is installed:

  • Port # - Service
  • Port 3052 - http
  • Port 162 - SNMP
  • Port 53566 - https
  • Port 53568 - https

Is there any authentication required between computers with PPBE and RMCARDs?

Yes, the Secret Phrase of all computers running PPBE and RMCARDs needs to be the same for communication to be established. This is set up under Security>Authentication.

How do I make a warranty claim?

Within ten days of the occurrence for which you want to make a claim for CyberPower to consider, contact us and comply with the instructions you receive from the CyberPower representative.

Call us at (877) 297-6937 or send us an email at claims@cpsww.com. Or write to us at CyberPower Systems, Inc. at 4241 12th Avenue East, Suite 400, Shakopee, MN 55379, USA. You may also contact us online by using the Warranty Support form located on this page.

You will need to identify the CyberPower product and any connected equipment (if applicable). So please have ready your dated proof of purchase (such as a receipt), along with the product name, model number, and serial number.


What will CyberPower do to correct any problems with the product?

We will inspect and examine the CyberPower product. If it is defective in material or workmanship, we will repair or replace it our expense. Or CyberPower will refund the full purchase price you paid for the product. A purchase receipt showing the price you paid is required.

If you have a Connected Equipment Guarantee, we will repair or replace the equipment damaged by a power surge, or pay you the fair market value—not the replacement cost—of the equipment at the time of damage. We will use Orion Blue Book, another third-party valuation guide, eBay, craigslist, or other source to establish the fair market value. Our maximum liability varies according to the CyberPower product purchased.


What about shipping?

CyberPower pays for shipping when we send items to you. You pay for shipping when you send items to us. Pack and ship the product to CyberPower and, if requested by us, the item(s) of connected equipment, along with all the claim forms that we provide to you. Show the claim number on the shipping label or include it with the product.


Where can I get more information?

For specific terms of coverage, see the documentation provided with your CyberPower purchase. You may also contact CyberPower Systems, Inc. at 4241 12th Avenue East, Suite 400, Shakopee, MN 55379, USA. Call us at (877) 297-6937 or send us an email at claims@cpsww.com. You may also contact us online by using the Warranty Support form located on this page.


Should I register the CyberPower product I purchased?

We recommend that you promptly register the product you purchased. You may register online by clicking the Registration button at the top of the page.


When should I contact Technical Support?

Contact Technical Support for assistance with installation, troubleshooting, and answers to questions about your CyberPower product. The hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 7:00 am - 6:00 pm CT.

Phone: (877) 297-6937
Email: tech@cpsww.com
Online: Tech Support form (located on this page)
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