Hi, are you planning to buy a new UPS or upgrade the existing one? Whatever be the reason, it is very important to first understand which is the right UPS and battery for your home/office. Let us help you out with the frequently asked questions with a hope to cover all relevant points in helping you to choose the perfect UPS and battery for your homes/Office/for required Applications
What is UPS/Inverter?
An uninterruptible power supply or uninterruptible power source (UPS) is an electrical apparatus that provides emergency power to a load when the input power source or mains power fails. It is a device which converts DC Power into AC Power. A UPS works on a battery so when power is available, it stores current in a battery but when electricity goes off, it supplies current from the battery to all the required appliances. What are the different types of UPS? From the technology point of view, there are two types of UPS available in the market Pure Sine wave: A pure sine wave UPS provides grid like power. It reduces noise from fans, fluorescent lights, amplifiers, television and is better suited to sensitive items such as laptops, computers, stereos and laser printers. Square wave/Modified Sine Wave: A square wave UPS is baseline UPS which provides electricity when power is not available.
What is the difference between 12, 24, and 48 volt UPS?
Every UPS is rated in VA and Volt. VA is the capacity of a UPS to run peak load and volt is the number of batteries required to connect with the UPS. The battery which is used in UPS application is of 12 Volt. Hence, a 12 Volt UPS means = 1 battery is required and 48 Volt UPS = 4 batteries are required.