A UPS system supplies power to critical IT equipment in the event of a mains power failure. When a business is risk-averse or critical equipment is in place, a UPS is an essential element of business continuity.
UPS provide clean, regulated and continual power to the IT equipment. But UPS systems are about more than power protection. It’s about business continuity and your reputation in addition to prolonging the life and performance of expensive computer equipment.
It is easy to often take power supplies for granted, however due to increased demand the projections for spare capacity from the National Grid is always minimal.
Power outages make up 0.5% of disturbances per month on a typical mains supply. Electrical spikes and noise make up the majority of issues. Without a UPS cleaning supply these stresses in power are directly stressing your equipment.
Knowledge led consultancy
Dedicated electrical team to size and specify UPS for client requirements
Access to a number of manufacturers of UPS systems in the UK and Europe
Rotary/flywheels - uninterruptible power supplies use flywheels for their DC energy storage in place of traditional valve-regulated lead acid or lithium-ion batteries