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In this edition of the Battery Blog’s Learning Center, Gene McNeil, Vice President of Critical Power Systems at Sure Power highlights the inner workings of a simple, double-conversion UPS system. In this video you will learn how the power flow changes in the event of a power outage. Gene also reviews the rules for properly sizing batteries for a UPS system.     This is a very simple basic block diagram...
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When it comes to batteries, most of us do not pay much attention to them beyond size, purpose and ability to be recharged. Everyone knows about AA, AAA and D cells, watch batteries and car batteries, but when it comes to other types, few people can distinguish their purpose and performance. The key to understanding battery ratings is to learn about and decipher their specifications. Battery Basics At its most...
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A business that relies on a UPS (Uninterrupted Power Supply) system for load distribution during times of load dips and complete outage of incoming utility electrical feed need to ensure the proper 24/7 operation and maintenance of these systems. This will instill confidence and peace of mind when occurrences do occur from time to time. Analyzing a Client’s Requirements The right company can calculate the electrical load required to properly shut down electronic...
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The purpose of an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) is to keep critical and noncritical equipment constantly powered by a flow of electricity even if the main power supply goes down. Having a UPS in place is critical for any company or individual who has extensive electronic equipment and cannot afford a moment of downtime. What Can Cause UPS Failure? A UPS typically provides up to 20 minutes of backup power. In other...
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Storms are a common cause of computer component failure, but even a simple power outage can have a detrimental effect on your machine. Adding a UPS device to your setup offers extra protection against potential power problems. What is a UPS? Short for uninterruptible power supply, a UPS offers emergency backup power to your computer whenever something goes wrong with the main power. These provide a short window of time...
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