UPS Systems & Frequency Converter
UPS systems are technical devices in the field of electrical engineering that ensure that important systems and equipment continue to be supplied with power without interruption during power fluctuations. UPS stands for uninterruptible power supply. Electronic devices that are connected to critical systems depend on a continuous, flawless power supply. In many cases, a minimal interruption in power can cause data loss or shut down life-saving systems. A UPS system is a power supply system that protects electrical equipment and devices from power interruptions during power outages or power interruptions. If a power failure occurs, the UPS system maintains the power supply without interruption until the mains supply is restored or a generator switches the supply back on. Nowadays, a sudden power blackout will have an immense impact on most businesses and government agencies. However, in addition to power blackouts, electrical equipment can be negatively impacted by other electrical loads. So, electrical devices are susceptible to undervoltage, overvoltage, voltage sags, power outages, voltage spikes, etc. These types of electrical loads can also have a negative impact on sensitive equipment. So, a UPS system offers the easy way to guarantee an uninterruptible power supply and thus ensures the lasting operability of the digitalized world. UPS systems are divided into three categories, UPS Offline/Standby, UPS Line Interactive, UPS Online/Double Conversion.