Uninterrupted Power Supply

In parallel with the widespread use of technology and rapid development, clean energy needs are increasing.

UPS; Possible voltage fluctuations (crashes, uplifts, sudden changes) in the network where the electric load of the device (all devices operating with electricity) harmonics, short or long interruptions, etc. are electronic devices that protect the load from these changes and ensure that the load operates in a healthy and uninterrupted manner. UPS provides battery backup in these situations.

An Uninterruptible Power Supply is a device that sits between a power supply (e.g. a wall outlet) and a device (e.g. a computer) to prevent undesired features of the power source (outages, sags, surges, bad harmonics, etc.) from the supply from adversely affecting the performance of the device.

Small UPS systems provide power for a few minutes; enough to power down the computer in an orderly manner, while larger systems have enough battery for several hours. In mission critical datacenters,

UPS systems are used for just a few minutes until electrical generators take over.

 UPS systems typically provide surge suppression and may provide voltage regulation.