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At Upsonic Power, we have a range of services that we provide. Some of these range from Onsite Audits through to our Electrical Services. We invite you to take a look into our services to see more of what we do at Upsonic.
OVERVIEW OF ELECTRICAL DISTURBANCES
Electrical disturbances often cause the supply of unacceptable power voltage. The following are typical electrical disturbances, the causes and the resultant effect on electrical equipment:
Result: Equipment failure, data corruption etc.
Cause: Power grid overload, lightning, car accidents, power failure from supply company etc.
Result: Loss of unsaved work, hard drive damage, monetary loss to businesses etc.
Cause: Power interruptions, sudden switch off power demanding appliances etc.
Result: Appliances damage, degradation of internal circuitry etc.
Result: Reduced working efficiency of appliances, unexpected system behavior, data loss etc.
A sag is similar to a brownout. However, it is a short-term decrease in voltage supplied while a brownout is a long-term problem.
Result: Same as brownout
Result: Affects system performance, data corruption, keyboard lock-up etc.
AN OVERVIEW OF UPS
The design and size of the UPS usually determine how long it can supply power. The small-sized UPS provides just enough power for users to safely shutdown every equipment connected to it while the large, industry-sized ones can provide power supply for several hours.
A standard UPS detects the supply of unacceptable voltage—in the case of power surges or brownouts— and can automatically switch unto its battery power until normalcy is restored. It resolves most power problems while protecting electronic devices.
Why Use a UPS?
Power problems are typical, and they occur every day. Using a UPS will guarantee you an uninterrupted supply of power and protect your equipment.
Typical uses would be protecting main power supplies from critical loads, such as voltage dips, fluctuations, power surges, and unexpected power failures.
Common uses of a UPS include providing backup power sources for communications systems, medical equipment, industrial machine control systems, computer systems, servers, fire alarms, security systems, etc.
An uninterruptible power supply (UPS) converts incoming alternating current (AC) to direct current (DC) through the use of a rectifier.
An inverter converts the DC back to AC for distribution across the connected electrical equipment. This model ensures that the appliances are not directly connected, so that in the event of power surges, the UPS can intercept and prevent appliance damage.
The UPS, designed to be a solution to power problems also protects electrical equipment.
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