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Why does the company need UPS?


Utilities failures, accidents and power outages caused by natural disasters such as storms, floods or earthquakes are inevitable. You can't stop any of these situations, but you can avoid the consequences for your business by using an uninterruptible power supply (UPS).

What is an uninterruptible power supply?
Uninterruptible power supplies are an important piece of hardware that protects computers and data. It provides backup power to prevent major power failures caused by current interruptions, low voltages and power spikes.
A smaller UPS unit can protect a single computer, while a larger model can power multiple units or the entire office. Small businesses can choose a UPS unit that is sufficient to back up critical computers and other devices critical to business continuity.

Enjoy the benefits of UPS
It is well known that power outages can damage or completely destroy electronic devices, especially computers. Unexpected computer shutdown can severely damage your computer hardware and can result in the loss of unsaved data. UPS ensures that you will never encounter this situation.

Here are other ways UPS can benefit your system:

Uninterrupted power flow during a surge
When you have a UPS, the voltage from the main power supply to the device is always stable. This protects your computer from power surges that occur when voltages in other devices suddenly rise.

Refined and filtered power supply
It normalizes power levels to protect your computer from drops and spikes caused by lightning or abnormal power, usually from a power source that recovers after a power outage.

Instantaneous power when the battery is low
An uninterruptible power supply ensures continuity of your operation. In the event of a short-term power outage, it will give you enough time to switch to a larger, more stable power source, such as a generator. But unlike generators, it provides instant power to your equipment during a power outage.

Does your business need UPS?
If you buy a new computer for a small business, UPS is an invaluable add-on. Companies that need to continue to operate, such as hospitals, banks, academic institutions, manufacturing companies, and any enterprise that stores and processes mission-critical data, can benefit from uninterrupted power.

Determining the type of UPS for your business and installing and maintaining it may require expertise from a professional. We have experts who provide you with information about UPS uptime, battery replacement, identification of unconnected devices, and other safety tips.If you want to know more, please consult the Daopulse.