UPS and Batteries
Batteries are an energy storage and supply solution technology that uses chemicals to absorb and release energy on demand. Lithium-ion is the most common battery chemistry used to store electricity.
Batteries play a huge role in a back-up power supply system, better known as an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS). A UPS will provide your electrical apparatus with essential power supply, during an unexpected grid power outage or loss, or provide your system protection from surges and poor power quality.
A UPS may provide essential back-up power for any of the following:
- Servers and communication devices
- Medical equipment
- Computers, monitors and TV’s
- Lighting and power
+ and much more
Essential UPS and Battery Maintenance
A UPS, like all electronic and electrical equipment, needs sufficient maintenance in line with the manufacturer’s guidelines to ensure optimal reliability. However, a UPS located in harsh environmental conditions can fail even if it is well-maintained.
A tailored UPS maintenance program will help protect your business and equipment from:
- Costly downtime
- Loss of essential data
- UPS deterioration and reduced efficiency and reliability
- Reduced battery life
- Decreased life expectancy
The critical nature of UPS systems means that they need to be serviced regularly to ensure that the internal workings of the units and their batteries are functioning correctly. Our tailored plan will ensure you are never exposed from unforeseen outages.