Companies today are increasingly aware of the need for an uninterrupted power supply (UPS) to secure their critical installations. Here's why.
A UPS functions as a backup power source that kicks in immediately during a power outage. It provides businesses with the ability to maintain uninterrupted operations and protect valuable installations.
As a result of this growing awareness, we are seeing more and more companies in various industries choosing to connect a UPS to their critical installations.
In this article, we will take a closer look at some of the most significant benefits you can achieve by implementing a UPS in your business. By exploring these advantages, you will gain insight into why companies choose to invest in such a solution and how it can contribute to a safer work environment.
The main task of a UPS is to ensure that a company's critical installations remain operational, even during power outages.
This is crucial in many industries such as manufacturing, maritime sector, aquaculture, healthcare, data centers, as well as roads and tunnels, where uninterrupted operation is essential for efficiency, productivity, and in some cases, safety and life preservation.
With a UPS, you can ensure that your business remains efficient, productive, and secure, regardless of the power supply situation.
Want to learn more? Here you can read more about what a UPS actually is.
UPS systems contribute to increased security by ensuring that vital systems remain operational even during power outages. In practice, this can mean that the operating room in a hospital can still function, alarm systems work, and ships can still be controlled (e.g., crucial DP systems) even if the power goes out.
Continuous power supply is often critical for life and health. By having a UPS as a backup solution for your critical installation, you can be sure that security is maintained.
Another key function of a UPS is to protect connected devices from common power problems such as voltage fluctuations, surges, brownouts, line noise, frequency variations, and overvoltage.
This ensures that your valuable electronics remain in optimal working condition, reduces the risk of damage, and extends the lifespan of the equipment.
By implementing a UPS in your business, you can prevent costly operational disruptions and minimize the risk of losing valuable data during power outages. This can save your company significant financial losses in the long run.
As mentioned in point 3, a UPS will also protect the electronic equipment it is connected to from unstable voltages in everyday situations, avoiding the need to purchase new equipment before the expected lifespan of the devices is reached.
There are three main types of UPS:
Each type offers different levels of protection, allowing you to choose the one that best suits your needs.
Here you can read more about the 3 types of UPS.
Anda-Olsen has developed outstanding expertise in power supplies designed for challenging conditions over the past half-century. Based on our experience, we have developed our own series of UPSs called Anda Power Solution (APS).
Our custom-designed UPSs are carefully thought out, robust, and space-saving. The APS series includes 3-phase solutions, 1-phase solutions, DC solutions, batteries, and other specialty products.
Here you can read more and see all the products included in Anda Power Solutions.