UPS emergency power supplies
Power supplies are devices that store or produce and deliver electricity to power other devices. The UPS (uninterruptible power supply) is designed to maintain the power supply of other electrical or electronic devices in the event of a failure, loss or incorrect parameters of the mains power supply. Therefore, uninterruptible power supplies are usually equipped with a battery and in the event of a power supply interruption or disruption, they switch to battery operation. The working time in this mode depends, among other things, on on the load of the power supply and the capacity of the battery. Uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) are used, for example, to power computers and servers. In the event of a power failure, they reduce the risk of equipment damage and data loss. UPS devices are also used in the case of the need for trouble-free operation of equipment such as medical devices. The most popular types of these devices are: a UPS for powering devices other than a computer, a power supply for a small company or a single workstation, a power supply for a larger company, for several workstations, for protecting servers and network devices, and an uninterruptible power supply for specialized applications. When choosing a UPS, check its basic parameters, depending on your needs. The most important of them are the shape of the output voltage, battery life, power and the presence of a communication connector. Useful additions are: a control panel with the option of muting the alarm, the ability to manually replace the batteries or additional anti-overvoltage filters. When choosing a device, it is also worth paying attention to the warranty period.