UPS POWER SYSTEMS

What is a UPS System?

In a mains-powered setup, the system ensures that the AC appliances are not interrupted even if the mains electricity is unstable, intermittent or the power isups suddenly cut off. While the mains power is available, the system links it to the AC output to power connected appliances whilst simultaneously charging the batteries, or keeping them topped up. If the mains power is suddenly cut off, the system instantly transfers the power input to the batteries and starts drawing energy from them so that the load work is not interrupted. When the mains AC input power becomes available again, the system transfers the input to mains AC power.

Zero transfer technology allows for instant switching from mains to battery backup power, without the typical delay of 10-20ms. This UPS is ideal for sensitive electronics where a consistent power supply is required, such as computers, servers, equipment in datacentres and other IT equipment.

For off-grid systems with a generator, this UPS system can allow for continual power even when the generator is turned off. This allows users to achieve significant savings of fuel costs by only running the generator periodically – at the optimal power levels to charge the batteries.

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Did you know?

Solar Cells were first used in a prominent application when they were proposed and flown on the Vanguard satellite in 1958. This was an alternative power source to the primary battery power source.
Thus by adding cells to the outside of the body the mission time could be extended with no major changes to the spacecraft or its power systems.
Finally In 1959 the United States launched Explorer 6, featuring large wing-shaped solar arrays, which became a common feature in satellites.
These arrays consisted of 9600 Hoffman solar cells.

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