An uninterruptible power supply (UPS) is an electrical apparatus designed to ensure a continuous power supply to the load irrespective of outage, spikes, brownouts or other disturbances from the normal incoming mains supply. It is achieved by using solid-state circuitry which employs a battery as energy storage devise. UPS are indispensable tools within a huge number of unrelated industries. These devices differ from a standby generator or an auxiliary or emergency power system in that in the event of a disruption to input power, a UPS will provide near-instantaneous protection for mission critical applications in the form of energy stored in batteries.
The development of UPS clearly was dependent on the availability of solid state switching devises, the earliest conversion systems was at 1960 for dc to ac with rating no higher than 500VA used in radio applications.
From inception to today's design we have seen dramatic improvements, efficiency originally at 80% compares with up to 98% for present design, the size also has reduced considerably to less than 60% in proportion.
The high cost of electricity is not a factor that businesses can afford to ignore when considering their overhead. Every company, no matter how large or how small, must monitor its power use in order to avoid consuming too much. Our UPSs are known for efficiency and for saving not just energy, but money that would be wasted by less advanced devices that require too much power. We provide industrial (custom design) UPS, and standard UPS with wide range of power capacity from 1 KVA up to 4000 KVA.