Why Do I Need a UPS?
A sudden loss of power will disrupt most business operations and lead to an inability to trade or communicate. It can also cause data loss, hardware failure, production loss, and in some cases even put someone’s life in danger.
A UPS or uninterruptible power supply is a device which immediately provides backup power during a power failure allowing users to save everything avoiding data loss and the ability to properly close down the computer system.
A UPS is commonly used in the following critical load applications:
- Computers including data processing and control system
- Industrial process equipment e.g precision manufacturing
- Hospitals and medical centres for medical equipment such as life support and monitoring systems
- Telecommunications network equipment
- Point of sale terminals
- Online business transactions
- Utility companies
Energy surges, spikes or dips cause fluctuations and irregularities that can adversely affect your equipment and your data. A UPS provides clean, consistent and uninterrupted power flow that protects against those effects.
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