UPS

A UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) provides power to devices when normal mains service fails such as during a power cut. UPS systems can be stand-by, only supplying power when the regular supply is interrupted or fulltime, relying on regular power and/or batteries to supply it while it supplies power to the protected device. A UPS is highly recommended for mission critical systems such as workstations and servers.

Free-Standing UPS

An Uninterruptible Power Supply is a backup power unit which provides a continuous clean power supply to your computer system. As well as the clean power supply, in the event of a power failure the unit contains its own battery and will continue to power your computer system for a certain length of time. Advanced features to look out for include auto shutdown features to ensure the safe shutdown of your computer system in the event of a power failure. These units are free standing.
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Rackmount UPS

An Uninterruptible Power Supply is a backup power unit which provides a continuous clean power supply to your computer system. As well as the clean power supply, in the event of a power failure the unit contains its own battery and will continue to power your computer system for a certain length of time. Advanced features to look out for include auto shutdown features to ensure the safe shutdown of your computer system in the event of a power failure. These units are rack mounting fitment.
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Sensors & Accessories

Accesories and sensors for Uninterruptible Power Supply units. Here you will find specific sensors and batteries. Always check the specifications to confirm the compatability with your UPS.
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