Power failure can mean downtime, reduced productivity, irrecoverable data and lost revenue. Unfiltered electricity can mean disturbances for system operations and processes and even damage to sensitive electronic equipment. With a suitable emergency power strategy in place you will always have back-up power in the event of a mains failure and a filtered, regulated power supply limiting the detrimental effects of electrical disturbances at all times.
A UPS system (Uninterruptible Power Supply) protects against many power problems. Mostly, it protects against blackouts, brownouts, spikes and dips (other power issues can be found here).
Why use UPS?
- A UPS system ensures continuity of business and availability for networks and other applications in the event of a power failure or other power events. They can also work in conjunction with generators where a longer run time may be required. The UPS provides an instantaneous, alternate supply of power in the event that your mains power supply fails.
- It prevents hardware damage typically caused by surge protection or sags.
- It prevents data loss and corruption. Without a UPS, data stored on devices that are subjected to a hard system shutdown may become corrupted or even lost completely. In conjunction with power management software, a UPS can facilitate a graceful system shutdown. The cost of recovering lost data and productivity can be immeasurable for any organisation.
- Consider having a UPS system as an insurance policy for your business. Its very existence provides peace of mind against unwanted electrical interruptions or damaged caused to I.T. servers, networks, telephony, CCTV, - just about any electrical product that is relied upon for the day to day running of any organisation.
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