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. Read more
Prevention is key to keeping a catastrophic event from occurring in your equipment. Not only can failure cause your equipment to disrupt your workflow, and can cost your company time and money, but having your UPS catch on fire is far worse than a small amount of downtime. We’ll show you what can happen to a rogue UPS system.
A UPS system can protect from several power anomalies, ranging from a complete power outage to minor transients that could damage your critical equipment. (See our blog article on the Nine Power Anomalies that a UPS can cover.) While modern UPS units are more complex than they used to be, the heart of your UPS is still in the batteries.