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When systems are down or damaged by power faults or weather events it can cripple any company and could be very expensive to rectify, especially if this is required in a very short duration of time.

This is why most companies use Uninterruptible Power Supply Systems to run certain equipment for Life Safety or Business Critical requirements.

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FAQ

  1. 1
    WHAT IS A UPS SYSTEM AND WHY DO I NEED ONE?

    UPS stands for “Uninterruptible Power Supply”. A UPS system can provide instant backup power in the critical moment when mains power supply problems, including spikes, voltage dips, fluctuations and complete power failures strikes your equipment, eliminating the opportunity for damage or loss of work to computers, servers, telecommunication systems, production lines and many other electronic devices.

    In short, a UPS system can transfer AC input voltage affected frequently by external factors to the acceptable voltage range needed for electronic devices and provide a stable power supply.

    A UPS system promptly provides consistent battery backup during power failures therefore protecting your systems from data loss or unsafe shutdown. It can also be used to “bridge the gap” whilst a standby generator is started and synchronised.

    Interesting Facts:

    • Power problems are the second leading and most preventable cause of computer downtime.
    • Power problems are the leading cause of data loss, 15 times more frequent than computer viruses.
    • Power problems (surges and lightning) were the number one cause of desktop computer loss in 2001 and 2002.
    • Power disturbances account for about one third of all server failures.
    • Sags in power supply can cause up to 87% of computer crashes.
  2. 2
    WHAT TYPE OF EQUIPMENT IS PROTECTED BY A UPS SYSTEM?

    A UPS system is usually applied in complicated equipment to meet the demand of high quality and continuous power supply.

    Below is the most common UPS system applications:

    · PC / Workstations (including monitor, modem or external peripherals)

    · Network Devices (including hubs, routers and switches)

    · Telecommunication Devices (including home systems, monitoring systems, alarms and POS)

    · Data Storage Array (including RAID systems and tape drives)

    · Medical Equipment

    · Servers

    · Production Line Equipment

    · Emergency Lighting Applications

  3. 3
    THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A UPS SYSTEM AND SURGE PROTECTION PRODUCTS

    Below is a comparison chart defining the differences between a UPS System, Voltage Regulator and a Surge Protector:

    Power Problem

    On-Line

    UPS

    Line-Interactive UPS

    Off-Line

    UPS

    Voltage Regulator

    Surge

    Protector

    Low Voltage

    Δ

    X / Δ

    Δ

    X

    High Voltage

    Δ

    X / Δ

    Δ

    Δ

    Blackout

    X

    X

    Noise Interference

    Δ

    X

    X

    X

    Surge

    Δ

    X / Δ

    Δ

    Δ

    Floating Frequency

    Δ

    Δ

    X

    Δ

    Key:         □ Highest Protection               Δ Limited Protection                X Without Protection

  4. 4
    HOW TO DETERMINE THE SIZE OF THE UPS SYSTEM REQUIRED
    1. Determine the power requirements of your equipment:

    Ensure that the equipment plugged into the battery power-supplied outlets does not exceed the UPS system’s rated capacity. If rated unit capacities are exceeded an overload condition may occur and cause the UPS system to shut down or the circuit breaker to trip.

    If the power requirements of your equipment is listed in units other than Volt-Amps (VA) convert Watts (W) or Amps (A) into VA using the equation below:

         X      Watts (W) x 2.0 =      X      VA         or             X      Amps (A) x 230 =      X      VA

    Note: The above equation only calculates the maximum amount of VA that the equipment can use, not what is typically used by the equipment at any one time. Users should expect usage requirements to be approximately 60% of the above value.

    1. Estimate the power requirements as follows:

    Add the total VA for all pieces of equipment and multiply this total by 0.6 to calculate actual requirements. There are many factors that can affect the amount of power your equipment will require. The total load that you will be placing on the battery-powered outlets should not exceed 80% of the UPS system’s capacity.

WHY CHOOSE UPS WAREHOUSE LTD?

We pride ourselves on our customer-focused approach to delivering standby power. We work closely with our customers to identify their power needs to deliver a personalised power protection solution to match.

Our services extends well beyond just the sale and delivery of your UPS system. Our extensive range of other services include:

  • Initial site survey
  • UPS repairs / replacement
  • UPS rental systems
  • Capacitor replacement
  • Load bank testing
  • UPS service exchange programs
  • 24/7 emergency call out service
  • UPS system design
  • Installation and/or commissioning
  • Preventative maintenance
  • Remote monitoring service
  • UPS and battery disposal
  • Custom built UPS and battery cabinets
  • Battery maintenance, replacement and testing
 

Our sales engineers are specialists in standby power and their role is to help you define your requirements and recommend the best solution.

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ABOUT US

UPS Warehouse Ltd is a New Zealand owned business that has been incorporated after more than 15 years of service to the UPS industry. Our slogan "solutions made simple" describes our drive to customer satisfaction and providing turnkey solutions of the latest technology availible in the market today.

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