A UPS, an uninterruptible power supply, or system is defined as a back-up power system used to ensure uninterrupted power for various electronic devices. A UPS provides back-up power when utility power fails either long enough for critical equipment to shut down sequentially, ensuring no data is lost, or long enough to operate required loads before a generator comes on-line. We offer various tower and rack mount UPS models.
There are three types of UPS power:
Standby / Off Line UPS (Basic): Monitors the power line and switches to battery power as soon as it detects a problem. Commonly used to protect single workstations and pos equipment.
Line Interactive UPS (Intermediate): Common UPS system for small to enterprise network environments. The battery-to-AC power converter (inverter) is always connected to the output of the UPS. Operating the inverter in reverse during times when the input AC power is normal provides battery charging.
Double Conversion, On-line UPS (Advanced): Avoids momentary power lapses by constantly providing power from its own inverter, even when the power line is functioning properly. Commonly used for mission critical applications, server farms, hospitals, etc.
Basic - Standby / Off Line UPS - User Stations and POS Devices