Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
UPS systems bridge power failures and thus ensure security of supply, especially for critical infrastructures such as data centers. In addition, a UPS system protects connected loads from mains events such as harmonics, overvoltages or frequency fluctuations.
Power When you Need it Most
All UPS systems consist of power electronics that regulate load management and an energy store (battery system). There are a variety of models and specifications in the UPS market.
Proper planning and configuration is important to find the right UPS system for your needs. Power outages are annoying and can be expensive, especially for businesses that rely on a constant power supply. An unplanned power outage can result in loss of production, loss of data, or other damage to your equipment. To avoid this type of service interruption, or at least to minimize its risk, it is advisable to invest in a UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) system.
The battery is the heart of any UPS system and the right choice is critical to the reliability and performance of your UPS system. With regard to the battery system for the UPS system, there are different energy storage systems based on lead-acid batteries (valve-regulated lead-acid - VRLA), lithium-ion batteries (Li-Ion) or capacitors (supercapacitors). When choosing a suitable battery, it is important to know the advantages and disadvantages of each. With the expertise of High Knowledge, we support you in choosing the right UPS battery.
Advantage of High Knowledge
With High Knowledge as a professional system supplier with more than 20 years of experience in the design, installation and maintenance of UPS systems, you will find the optimal solution for your specific needs. Feel free to contact us for a consultation.