Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS)
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There are several types of UPS systems available on the market:
- Online UPS - A system of supplying power by converting AC input (utility power) to DC and reconverting it to stable AC by the inverter while constantly charging the batteries. Supplies power without momentary power breaks in the event of a power outage.
- Standby UPS - A system where, normally AC input (utility power) is output as is to connected devices and when a power outage or abnormal voltage is detected, inverter starts feeding using power from the batteries. In the event of a power outage, a few milliseconds of momentary break occurs in AC output.
- Parallel processing UPS - While power from AC input (utility power) is supplied, the bidirectional inverter connected in parallel corrects voltage and absorbs noise. Because this is the online inverter (parallel) system, it has both high efficiency and high reliability.
- Hybrid UPS - This system consists of three modes: double conversion mode, economy mode, and active filter mode. The UPS automatically selects the power feeding mode to best suit the power situation and load conditions. It is possible to shift between the respective modes with no momentary break in output voltage. Double conversion mode is selected when the power situation is poor and economy mode is selected when the power situation is good.
An uninterruptible power supply or uninterruptible power source (UPS) is an electrical apparatus that provides emergency power to a load when the input power source or mains power fails. The UPS can run 300 Watts worth of equipment for around four minutes.
Even if you can get the load down closers to 150 Watts - perhaps enough to run one PC, a monitor and a some networking gear - you'll still be lucky to get more than 10 minutes before the UPS runs flat.
Safeguard your data centre equipment with a true double conversion online UPS. These delivers clean, automatic, reliable, constant power to small DC devices during power outages or where grid power is not available.
Unlike a traditional powerbank that solely provides backup power when needed, these DC-to-DC UPS remains in-line between your device and the power source and modulates the incoming power feed to prevent damage to your sensitive electronic equipment. Switchover to the device in the instance of a power outage is automatic and instantaneous.
A UPS power supply may vary in the backup time, size, numbers and type of communication ports. Some more expensive models are equipped with an intelligent system that automatically shut down connected devices to ensure that no data is lost and the device shutdown is safe.
All of these aspects need to be considered before making the final decision on buying one model or another.
Let our UPS experts guide you in your choice the most suitable UPS solution for your deployment.