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Why you should choose an On-Line UPS?
A consistent power supply ensures a business can retain valuable data and information. Faced with everything from unexpected surges to turbulent weather conditions, your assets require assurance that the proverbial lights will stay on.
When it comes to selecting the best UPS system for your business, consider the value of your systems, infrastructure, and data, and ask yourself the following question: What can you afford to lose? That isn’t to say that your data, systems, and information aren’t valuable. Everything from the cost of operation to the size of your enterprise should factor into your decision.
The critical systems of your organisational infrastructure can’t go down! It’s that simple, and the battery backup benefits of a UPS system ensure that they won’t. If your regular power source fails or voltage drops below a sustainable level, an Uninterruptible Power Supply keeps the power flowing, ensuring you can safely tend to your important assets. In addition to protecting your electronics equipment from various AC power fluctuations, Online UPS systems feed power to the load without interruption.
To combat the risk of power failure, Online UPS systems are a near-constant presence in the server rooms of many companies.
On-Line Double Conversion UPS systems offer the greatest protection against power loss by providing clean, consistent, and near-perfect performance regardless of the condition of incoming power. The “king” of UPS, double-conversion converts incoming AC power to DC, and then back to AC. These systems operate on fully isolated DC power constantly and have a zero transfer time because they never need to switch to this source.
Designed to protect mission-critical IT equipment, Double-Conversion UPS systems are typically found in data center installations, high-end servers, and large telecommunications installations.
The Online, or double-conversion, possesses advantages over other UPS systems by offering always-online connectivity, and providing zero transfer time to your equipment. The internal static bypass ensures that, in the event of a major UPS failure, you’ll retain your online functionality and critical loads during repair replacement-induced downtime.
Online UPS also offers a pure sine wave output, which is a smooth, repetitive oscillation of AC power. Sine wave output ensures that equipment utilizing Active PFC power supplies do not suffer shutdown when switching from utility to battery power.
Other UPS topologies offer a simulated sine wave technology, an approximation achieved by pulse wave modulation that supplies more cost-effective battery backup power to equipment that doesn’t require sine wave output. Less expensive to manufacture, simulated sine wave is commonly used with both standby and line-interactive UPS.
Our team will work alongside you to customise your Online UPS system. Together, we’ll effectively manage risk, reduce costs, and guide you towards the best decisions for the future of your organisational infrastructure.
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