Generally an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) is designed to provide an alternative source of electrical power to electrical equipment and this is useful in the event of an irregularity or failure of the mains power feeding the electrical equipment.
Types of UPS protection include off-line, line-interactive and on-line UPS. An off-line UPS monitors the power supply and provides temporary battery power if the quality of the supply moves outside an acceptable level, or if there is a power cut. A line-interactive UPS corrects power inequalities within a suppression range as well as providing temporary battery back-up if power fails. An on-line UPS conditions and regenerates the power supply at all times, correcting all irregularities, including enabling longer-term battery power if the supply fails.
Amplicon now offer a range of Emerson Liebert UPS, which are Line-interactive UPS. They can provide the reliability, availability and manageability needed for professional applications. The input power requirements and the task of the equipment concerned will largely determine the type of UPS protection that is needed. Our offered range of UPS provides increased performance for every application.