UPS POWER SUPPLY

Unfortunately for South African businesses, load shedding is here to stay. Having a reliable alternative power plan is now a necessity for any businesses wanting to keep the lights on.

An Uninterrupted Power Supply (or UPS) or battery based inverter is an ideal solution for ensuring that critical systems don’t go down in the event of a power outage. They supply short-term relief, giving you time to switch to a generator system.

Inverters also offer small business 3-4 hour back up solutions in order to run small loads like plugs or security systems etc. These systems are perfectly suited to small businesses, apartments and townhouses that aren’t able to use a generator for back-up power.

A disruption in power supply can have a major impact on a business. A UPS or Inverter battery backup system will allow your company to continue with critical services, and ensure no data loss.

WHAT IS UPS BACKUP POWER?

A UPS is an uninterrupted power supply. It relies on council power to charge a battery bank. When the power fails, the batteries DC Power output is fed into an inverter which converts the batteries DC power output to usable AC Power. This process is normally seamless as the UPS operates in parallel with council power.

WHY INSTALL A UPS?

As the name suggests, a UPS provides instantaneous, uninterrupted power. So when your mains power supply fails, the UPS automatically starts up, ensuring essential services of your business, for example, your network servers, don’t go down. The UPS can provide power until your generator starts, or in the case of short-term power outages, until the mains power is restored.

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