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Find The Right UPS Battery Back Up For Your Needs

An uninterruptible power supply (UPS) offers guaranteed power protection for connected electronics. When power is interrupted, or fluctuates outside safe levels, a UPS will instantly provide clean battery backup power and surge protection for plugged-in, sensitive equipment.
Downtime caused by power outages is frustrating for anyone, but can be financially crippling for a business or organisation. Every year, billions of dollars are lost due to downtime caused by power disruptions that could have been prevented by a UPS.
Small to medium-sized businesses may be at most financial risk due to a limited ability to generate revenue during downtime.



What size UPS do you need?

Electronics have both maximum watt ratings and maximum VA (volt-ampere) ratings. Neither rating may be exceeded by attached equipment. Watts measure real power drawn by the equipment, while volt-amps are the product of the voltage applied to the equipment times the current drawn by the equipment.
User-Replaceable Batteries 
Surge-Only Outlets
Building Wiring Fault Indicator
Transformer-Block Spaced Outlets
Automatic Self-Test 
Automatic Voltage Regulation
Pure Sine-Wave Output on Battery
Scalable Runtime
Power Conditioning
Adjustable Voltage Transfer Points
Temperature-Compensated Battery Charging
Intelligent Battery Management
Predictive Failure Notifications
Plug-and-Play External Batteries


UPS Ranges

Battery Backup & Surge Protector for Electronics and Computers

Back-UPS Pro
High Performance Computer and Electronics UPS for Premium Power Protection

Easy UPS
Providing power protection for unstable power conditions, ensuring consistent and reliable connectivity at the most critical moments.

Intelligent and efficient network power protection from entry level to scaleable runtime. Ideal UPS for servers, point-of-sale, routers, switches, hubs and other network devices.

Smart-UPS On-Line
High density, double-conversion on-line power protection with scalable runtime

Smart-UPS Ultra
Ultra-high power density, On-Line power protection with Lithium-ion batteries and scalable runtime options

Smart-UPS BR
Intelligent and efficient network power protection with scaleable runtime. Ideal for servers, point-of-sale, medical equipment and other network devices.

The Power Factor

For computers and UPS units, watt and VA ratings can differ significantly, although VA rating is always equal to are larger than watt rating. The ratio of watts to VA is called the ‘power factor’ and is expressed either as a number (i.e. – 0.8) or a percentage (i.e. – 80%). When sizing a UPS for your specific requirements, the power factor matters most. Generally, your UPS should have an Output Watt Capacity 20-25% higher than the total power drawn by any attached equipment.


The Power Factor White Paper

What power conditions will a UPS battery backup protect against?

Many power problems originate in the commercial power grid, which, with its thousands of miles of transmission lines, is subject to damage from weather variations such as hurricanes, lightning storms, snow, ice, and flooding, as well as equipment failure and traffic accidents.


The Seven Types of Power Problems White Paper


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