Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) System

Computer Power Protection (CPP) offers high-spec and dependable UPS solutions for all your power protection needs.

Whether you require a UPS system for your office, hospital or factory, we are fully equipped to provide you with the most optimal solutions available. Computer Power Protection provides UPS systems are specifically designed to shield your equipment from power surges, brownouts, blackouts, and other forms of power disturbances that can lead to costly downtime and data loss.

With an Uninterruptible Power Supply, you can experience unparalleled peace of mind, knowing that your critical equipment is always secured. Our UPS system ranges are incredibly user-friendly and our installed by specifically trained engineers providing you with an extensive range of features and benefits such as:

  • Automatic voltage regulation
  • Battery backup
  • Surge protection
  • Remote monitoring and management
  • Energy efficiency
  • Scalability

We offer an extensive range of UPS system products to cater to your specific requirements, including line-interactive, online, and modular UPS system equipment. Our team of professionals is dedicated to helping you select the appropriate UPS system that aligns with your application and budget.

Don't let power disruptions bring your business to a standstill. Contact us to discover more about our UPS system and how they can help safeguard your critical equipment.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The Uninterruptible Power Supply Basics

What is an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) System?

An Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) system is an electrical device that provides emergency power to a load when the input power source or mains power fails. It is designed to protect electronic devices, such as computers, servers, and other critical equipment, from power outages, surges, sags, brownouts, and other power disruptions.

How does a UPS system work?

A UPS typically consists of a battery backup system, voltage regulator, and surge protector. The battery backup provides power to the load when the mains power fails, while the voltage regulator maintains a constant voltage level to the load to protect it from voltage fluctuations. The surge protector protects the load from voltage spikes and surges that can damage the equipment.

What types of UPS system are there?

There are most common types of UPS systems available in the market, including:

  1. Standby UPS: This is the most basic type of UPS, which switches the load to the battery backup when the mains power fails.
  2. Line-Interactive UPS: This type of UPS has a built-in voltage regulator that adjusts the voltage to the load during power fluctuations.
  3. Online UPS: This type of UPS provides continuous power to the load, regardless of the quality of the input power source. It uses the battery backup as the primary power source and the mains power as a secondary source to charge the battery.


Where are UPS systems most used?

UPS systems are commonly used in critical applications where uninterrupted power is essential, such as data centres, hospitals, banks, and other mission-critical facilities. They are also used in shops and small offices to protect sensitive electronic equipment from power outages and other power disturbances.

How do you know how big a UPS system you need?

To determine the size or capacity of a UPS system you need, you need to consider the power requirements of the equipment or load that you want to protect. This involves calculating the total power consumption of the equipment, including any potential surge current, and selecting a UPS system that can handle that load.

Here are the steps to determine the size of the UPS system you need:

  1. Identify the equipment you want to protect: Make a list of all the electronic devices or equipment you want to protect with the UPS system.
  2. Determine the power requirements of the equipment: Check the labels on the equipment or its manual to determine its power requirements. This information is usually expressed in watts (W) or volt-amperes (VA).
  3. Calculate the total power consumption of the equipment: Add up the power requirements of all the equipment to determine the total power consumption. Be sure to factor in any potential surge current that may occur during startup or operation.
  4. Choose a UPS system that can handle the load: Look for a UPS system that can handle the total power consumption of the equipment. UPS systems are rated based on their VA or wattage capacity. It's recommended to choose a UPS system with a capacity that's at least 20-30% higher than the total power consumption of the equipment to provide some margin for future equipment additions or power spikes.

By following these steps, you can select the appropriate size of a UPS system that can handle the power requirements of the equipment you want to protect.

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