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UPS for sensitive electrical equipment

UPS for sensitive electrical equipment

A UPS for sensitive electrical equipment can do more than just keep the power flowing during a mains outage, as for much of the most susceptible equipment, it’s a question of quality as well as of quantity. Power quality is a critical factor in making sure...
UPS for computers and IT suites

UPS for computers and IT suites

We all know computers can be temperamental – and most of us have lost work when one has switched off without warning – but as more and more business is done digitally and online, over networks and the internet, it becomes increasingly important to have a...
Protect your EPOS with UPS

Protect your EPOS with UPS

EPOS UPS backup systems allow you to continue to process transactions in the event of a power cut, so that your business can keep making money until the mains supply is restored. Like many applications for UPS power supplies, EPOS UPS systems do more than just keeping...
Data centre UPS systems protect critical files

Data centre UPS systems protect critical files

For any data-driven organisation, downtime spells disaster, but without data centre UPS systems in place, a mains power blackout could lead to substantial lost earnings and can even bring about an exodus of customers that leads to insolvency. As cloud computing...
How is UPS used in the medical world?

How is UPS used in the medical world?

Uninterruptible power supplies are essential in medical buildings and healthcare facilities – including, but by no means limited to hospitals and the NHS. With a UPS, medical facilities are protected against a loss or interruption to their mains power supply,...
How UPS backup keeps the emergency lights on

How UPS backup keeps the emergency lights on

A UPS backup system can serve several purposes when a mains power outage occurs, either bridging the gap before the primary supply is switched back on, or allowing you to switch over to generators, or providing just a few extra minutes of power so you can shut down...