The central design of an uninterruptible power system (UPS) is categorized as its topology. Of the three primary UPS technologies available today — standby, line-interactive and online — each offers different performance characteristics and varying degrees of protection.
Given the importance of VRLA batteries for UPS systems, it’s no wonder that many people question when they should be replaced, or how long they normally last while in service. Batteries are the weak link in any UPS system, so it is crucial that they get tested and replaced at the appropriate time. Failure to […]
As an end-user, how do you know your critical power system is operating optimally? Unified Power, a mission critical power service provider, performs routine preventive maintenance procedures for these systems so that BOTH the end-user and our service organization can become familiarized with the operational health of those systems on a routine basis. Have you […]
When selecting an uninterruptible power system (UPS), determining the optimal topology is one of the most important considerations. Because a standby UPS offers only the most basic level of protection, the majority of organizations choose to deploy either a line-interactive or a double-conversion online model. Before making this decision, it is important to understand the […]
Whether you’re considering upgrading your uninterruptible power system (UPS), investigating service options for an existing unit, or simply seeking to bolster your overall power protection proficiency, one thing is certain: knowledge is power. With that in mind, we’ve compiled five important details to add to your power system repertoire: 1. All UPS are not created […]