Smart-UPS™ are trusted by millions of IT professionals throughout the world to protect equipment and critical data from costly interruptions by supplying reliable, network-grade power reliably and efficiently. Available in a variety of forms factors and classes (entry level, standard and extended run), there is a model for nearly every application and budget. Standard models are the most popular UPS in the world for business servers, storage and network devices and have long been considered the benchmark for reliability and manageability. Entry level Smart-UPS models are an economical choice for small and medium businesses looking to protect small networking devices, point-of-sale (POS) equipment and entry level servers. The extended run models accept external battery packs for long runtime to power critical servers, security and communication systems through outages that could last hours.
- Automatic restart of loads after UPS shutdown
- Automatically starts up the connected equipment upon the return of utility power.
- Boost and Trim Automatic Voltage Regulation (AVR)
- Gives higher application availability by correcting low and high voltage conditions without using the battery (not available on all models).
- Intelligent battery management
- Maximizes battery performance, life, and reliability through intelligent, precision charging.
- Power conditioning
- Protects connected loads from surges, spikes, lightning, and other power disturbances.
- Temperature-compensated battery charging
- Prolongs battery life by regulating the charge voltage according to battery temperature.
- Battery failure notification
- Provides early-warning fault analysis on batteries enabling timely preventive maintenance
- Hot-swappable batteries
- Ensures clean, uninterrupted power to protected equipment while batteries are being replaced
- Predictive failure notification
- Provides early-warning fault analysis ensuring proactive component replacement.
- Resettable circuit breakers
- Enables a quick recovery from overload events.
- User-replaceable batteries
- Increases availability by allowing a trained user to perform upgrades and replacements of the batteries reducing Mean Time to Repair (MTTR)
Why UPS is Needed:
- Power Protection: UPS safeguards electronic equipment from power surges, spikes, fluctuations, and power outages that can damage or disrupt operations of sensitive devices like computers, servers, routers, and other critical infrastructure.
- Data Integrity: UPS helps maintain data integrity by providing a constant and clean power supply, preventing data corruption or loss that can occur during sudden power interruptions.
- Uninterrupted Operation: UPS ensures uninterrupted operation of essential systems, allowing users to continue working without disruption during power failures. This is particularly important for critical applications and services that require continuous operation.
- Equipment Longevity: By providing stable power, UPS extends the life of electronic equipment and reduces the risk of hardware failures caused by power-related issues.
- Work Continuity: For businesses, UPS helps maintain workflow continuity during power outages, minimizing downtime and preserving productivity.
- Protection of Investments: UPS protects the significant financial investment made in electronic equipment and systems by reducing the risk of damage caused by power problems.
- Remote and Critical Installations: For remote or critical installations where immediate power restoration may not be possible, UPS acts as a vital bridge, allowing time for generators to start or power to be restored.
Benefits of Using UPS:
- Power Backup: UPS provides an immediate power backup during outages, allowing users to save their work, shut down systems properly, or continue working until alternative power sources are activated.
- Voltage Regulation: UPS systems regulate and stabilize incoming voltage, ensuring that electronic devices receive a consistent and appropriate power supply, which is essential for their optimal performance and longevity.
- Surge Protection: UPS devices offer surge protection, preventing damage caused by voltage spikes or surges, which can be destructive to sensitive electronics.
- Data Security and Integrity: UPS protects data integrity by allowing users to save their work and shut down devices correctly, reducing the risk of data loss or corruption during power interruptions.
- Remote Monitoring and Management: Modern UPS units offer remote monitoring and management capabilities, allowing administrators to monitor power status, configure settings, and receive alerts for proactive maintenance and swift issue resolution.
- Environmentally Friendly: Energy-efficient UPS models contribute to reducing energy consumption and, consequently, lower utility costs, making them environmentally friendly solutions.
- Enhanced Business Continuity: UPS enhances business continuity by ensuring that essential systems and operations remain uninterrupted, reducing financial losses and maintaining customer satisfaction.