UPS Uninterruptible Power Supply: Get Set Up With A Brisbane UPS

In our fast-moving modern world, the success of our business relies on efficient power with no disruptions. Unfortunately, power spikes, fluctuations or power outages are a given, and there is no way of knowing when they will hit. However, planning for the worst and investing in a backup plan with a UPS system will prevent your computers, medical equipment or security systems from shutting down due to power disruptions. 

In this article, we will be defining what a UPS system is and covering what you need to know to get started with UPS installation and maintenance for efficient workflow all day, every day,

What is UPS, and Why Does it Matter?

A UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply), is a DC power system that provides vital battery backup power to your critical electronic equipment when unexpected power problems occur to your primary power source. When the success of your business relies on POS systems, computers or machinery, the last thing you want is a brownout, power fluctuation or power outage to bring productivity to a screeching halt. 

A reliable UPS can protect your home and business from the following detrimental side effects:

  • Loss of productivity and revenue
  • Data loss
  • Disruption to customer service 
  • Damage to reputation
  • Critical machinery shutting down
  • Unmet quotas
  • Delayed production schedules 

How Does UPS Work? 

There are three main types of UPS systems, these include:

Line Interactive UPS system

A Line Interactive UPS system continually monitors incoming voltage from the primary power source to your connected electrical equipment. When your UPS detects a minor power fluctuation, it will correct it immediately, protecting your home office computer or critical hospital equipment from expensive damage. 

Online UPS system

An Online UPS system continuously draws power from one of the most crucial UPS parts, the battery, giving your electronic equipment the highest level of protection whilst you’re using it.

Offline UPS system

Unlike an Online UPS system, an Offline UPS system doesn’t use the battery until the voltage powering your critical equipment falls below a certain level. When your primary power source becomes completely unreliable, your offline UPS system will start providing backup power.

Your local UPS Electrician Brisbane can help you choose which UPS system is best for the electrical equipment in your home or business.

Brisbane UPS Installation and Maintenance 

With the help of a local UPS electrician in Brisbane expensive delays, damage, and injury in the workplace can be prevented. Along with scheduled UPS maintenance, efficient and affordable UPS installation can give you back control over time-sensitive projects that require continual high-quality power. 

Programmed maintenance ensures your valuable UPS parts are always working in excellent condition throughout any power issues. 

The benefits of regular UPS maintenance include:

  • Avoid frequent UPS battery replacement 
  • A safer working environment
  • Avoid delays in productivity and deadlines

Once your local UPS electrician in Brisbane installs your UPS system they will customise a UPS maintenance schedule to suit your business. UPS maintenance can include anything from routine inspections and testing to checking for signs of swelling, corrosion or leakage and battery temperature checks.

Hire a reliable Brisbane UPS electrician today 

When the success of any business is determined by critical electronic equipment working seamlessly, UPS systems ensure your crucial work doesn’t stop when the primary power source does.

Energized Electrical are UPS electricians in Brisbane who supply and install only the best UPS brands in homes and businesses, such as technology innovators Socomec UPS and Eaton UPS. From UPS installation to scheduled UPS maintenance Energized Electrical provides power protection to any critical electronic equipment.

Contact Energized Electrical today for efficient and affordable UPS installation on 07 3890 2118 or 

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