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When A Flywheel UPS Makes Sense

By now we have examined flywheel UPS machines from several different angles: their history, how they work, and how to properly maintain them. We also need to examine the most obvious question: What considerations go into making sure a flywheel UPS actually makes sense for your business? Today we will examine some things to consider when looking to purchase a UPS system. Continue reading “When A Flywheel UPS Makes Sense” »

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Flywheel Maintenance- A Checklist

In our previous articles, we discussed an overview of Flywheel UPS systems and the types of flywheel technology on the market today. Now that we know a little more about Flywheel UPS in general, we can talk about how to best maintain them for optimum performance. We always recommend reviewing any published OEM requirement for your flywheel system to ensure that your equipment is operating at peak efficiency and reliability. Continue reading “Flywheel Maintenance- A Checklist” »

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Intro to the Flywheel UPS: Powered by Motion

In the world of emergency power, your equipment is only as good as its ability to stay on when the lights go out. Most backup power comes in the form of generators or batteries and within these categories, the choices can be overwhelming in terms of size, load capacity, generator or UPS life, repair costs, etc. To make things easier, it helps to better understand what the main types of emergency power systems look like, how they operate, and what functions and applications they best serve before deciding what you need. Today we will look more closely at one of these emergency systems types, the Flywheel UPS. Let’s start with the basics.

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Flywheel vs. Battery UPS: Which Should You Choose?

As data centers, manufacturing and other facilities look to increase power quality and reliability, they are faced with a choice of UPS systems. There are a few types of UPS units that are seen in the market today including static UPS systems that can either be coupled with a flywheel or battery system.

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