Discontinued flywheel UPS system

What To Do When Your UPS System Is Discontinued

From time to time, we’ll have a client with a UPS unit that has been discontinued or is no longer supported by the manufacturer. Even if those systems appear to be running fine, waiting for components such as batteries, capacitors and fans to reach end of life means you are gambling with your critical power source.

A UPS service provider should be a solid partner to help you track your service requirements on your UPS system. Battery replacements, capacitors, fans and eventually UPS replacement are all part of a UPS system lifecycle. So, if you’ve received a notice from your UPS service team that your unit is reaching end-of-life soon, what should you do?

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How to Choose a UPS System - Quality Power Solutions

How to Choose the Right Uninterruptible Power Supply System (UPS)

For most companies, a UPS system is a critical component in their overall mission critical power systems.

Whether your system supports a data center or provides emergency power for manufacturing in a harsh environment, here are the five most important considerations when purchasing a UPS power backup solution.

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Understanding UPS manufacturers could save thousands

Strategy from Top UPS Manufacturers Could Cost You

An expensive strategy among some of the industry’s UPS manufacturers regarding UPS maintenance could limit your servicing options. A closer look into the UPS systems currently available on the market today can help to protect your business from a costly mistake.

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Battery neglect can cause premature battery failure and load loss

Protecting the Most Vulnerable Part of Your UPS: The UPS Battery

The battery is the heart of any UPS system. Unfortunately, it’s also the most vulnerable component. That’s why it’s crucial to ensure that along with the other components of your UPS, the battery (or batteries) is properly maintained and monitored on a regular basis.

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Saving Your Skin: Three Reasons to Get UPS Maintenance

The verdict is in – the number one way to keep your UPS up and running is to schedule regular maintenance checks. Here are three ways UPS maintenance can provide insight into the health and life expectancy of your critical infrastructure – and potentially save your skin in the process.

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