Power UPS – Battery Backup
Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
An uninterruptible power supply (UPS) provides connecting electronics with secure power security. A UPS will immediately offer clean battery backup power and surge protection for sensitive, plugged-in equipment when there is fluctuating or failed power supply. Commercial Technology Solutions provides UPS alternatives for peripherals and computers, servers and networks, data centers, and other facilities.
Why is a UPS necessary for your company?
While power outages annoy everyone, they can financially ruin a company or organization. Billions of dollars are lost each year due to downtime brought on by power outages that would have been avoided with a UPS. On Fortune 1000 businesses:
- A power outage has an average annual cost of $1.25 to $2.5 billion.
- Infrastructural failure typically costs $100,000 per hour.
- Failure of a vital application costs, on an estimate, $500,000 to $1 million every hour.
Because they have a more limited capacity to earn income during interruption, small and medium-sized firms may be in the greatest financial danger.
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The size of UPS you need
Maximum VA (volt-ampere) and Maximum watt ratings are both in electronics. Connected equipment is not permitted to surpass either rating. Although volt-amps are the result of multiplying the voltage across the equipment by the current drawn by the equipment, wattage represents the actual energy drawn by the facilities.
How much runtime is necessary to power the attached equipment in your facility?
This depends on what you want to back up using your UPS. The term “runtime” describes how long a UPS would be capable of powering the connected equipment in the event of a power outage. Ensure your UPS is just delivering backup power to your most crucial devices because the more devices you hook into it, the shorter its duration will be.