Considerations for Your UPS Service Agreement Once you have purchased and installed a uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS), the real cost of UPS ownership begins. Ongoing maintenance and service coverage, battery replacements, capacitors and fans are all items that contribute significantly to the cost of UPS ownership. Despite the cost, consistent UPS services and maintenance is […]
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Mike Bergum is Sales Account Manager at Quality Power Solutions.
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Reliable power has been more crucial for running a business this year than ever. As COVID-19 continues to surge, organizations have shifted the workspace out of the office and into the home or other remote locations. With this change, a demand for quality power supply to support our remote employees has emerged. Even as we […]
Caution! Winter weather is fast approaching, which for many of us, means making sure our vehicles are prepared to drive in unfavorable weather conditions. Just like you have your vehicle set up for routine maintenance, it’s especially important for your Uninterruptible Power System (UPS) as well. When dealing with critical power equipment, winter maintenance is […]
No one expects a UPS system to last forever, but when your mission-critical equipment must keep running, the question is, “How long does a UPS last?” The answer lies in understanding the lifecycle of a UPS – in particular, its key components.
Quality, reliable power is crucial for running your business, and right now it’s even more important than ever. As COVID-19 surged, organizations shifted their workspaces from the office to employees’ homes, and other remote locations, increasing the demand for power reliability.
Our clients and partners rely on Quality Power Solutions (QPS) to be available in every type of emergency. At QPS, we feel that it’s important to provide you with information around how we are responding to the COVID-19 impact to businesses. Firstly, QPS considers the health and safety of our employees, clients and partners our […]
Battery failure is the leading culprit behind the majority of UPS catastrophes. But despite batteries’ vulnerability to premature failure, you don’t have to be a victim. We’re going to run through the top five causes of premature battery failure and how you can prevent it.
Many of us who deal with emergency back-up power are often asked to manage a number of complicated systems that require specific attention to parts, efficiency and power quality. It’s a lot to deal with, and it always helps to have some guidance the basics of these systems. Here is an overview for understanding UPS […]
Your UPS system is one of the most crucial components in your critical power infrastructure, and for your UPS, the batteries are really the “heart” of that system. Even though your UPS needs that heart, batteries are often neglected. We’ll go into more detail about each type of battery that can be used in a […]
A client once purchased a line-interactive UPS system to protect their sensitive metrology units. Still, their units continued to fail from power problems. Why? Because a line-interactive system does not protect against all nine common power anomalies.