Ancillary power solutions and Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS)
Our UPS products offer complete protection from all power problems.
While not limited to safeguarding any particular type of equipment, a UPS is typically used to protect computers; data centres telecommunications or other electrical equipment where an unexpected power disruption could cause injuries, fatalities, serious business disruption or data loss.
UPS’s units come in sizes ranging from units which will back up a single computer to units which will power entire data centers or buildings (several megawatts).
There are various common power problems that UPS units are used to correct:-
Choosing the right system for your application is critical in ensuring that your equipment will be there when power fails. Our technical experts are available to access your power backup requirements and recommend the best fitting solution for you.
This solution can be used in different fields e.g. hotels, residential homes, offices, banks,shops, e.t.c. to provide backup power to various electric appliances e.g. computers, Security installations like CCTV, electric fences, Access control systems, server rooms among others.
Inverters/Battery bank solution
When a blackout occurs, households will be unable to run their electric appliances. For businesses or organizations, this situation can be even more serious. Critical appliances such as telephones, computers or refrigeration will stop running. With a backup system installed, you can easily increase convenience and revenue.
Our Power inverters-chargers have built in battery chargers and transfer switches, which makes them an affordable, hassle free solution for your “uninterrupted power requirements”, giving you almost seamless power supply, by switching over automatically to provide emergency back up during power failures or limited power availability.
These systems provide backup during power cuts, without noise or smoke. From the moment grid power is off, the system turns on automatically and delivers backup power to your appliances. This happens so fast that the appliances will continue to operate without disruption. The system will run until grid power returns. There are three basic components to a Power Backup System:
- Inverter/charger- When AC power is available, the inverter/charger recharges the batteries. When a power cut occurs, the inverter/charger converts the battery electricity to AC electricity for powering your appliances. The size of your inverter is dependent on the type and number of appliances to be on at the same time.
- Batteries; for electricity storage– The size of the battery pack determines the length of time that the system can provide you with backup power.
- Cables and accessories .-The system includes cables and connectors to link the electronics to your existing electrical system. There is also the option of adding a Battery Box for housing the batteries.