Power loss is one of the major reasons for the loss of business data. However, this damage can be avoided with the help of a UPS system. A UPS system uses Backup power [ไฟสํารองคอม, which is the term in Thai] to avoid any possible damage that can occur due to power failure. It protects your computer system from blackouts, brownouts, spikes, noise, etc. Thus, UPS system is considered one of the valuable devices in any organization.
Types of UPS system
- Standby UPS: Standby UPS works best in case of power surges and outages. It monitors the inconsistency in the voltage-current and as soon as it detects one it immediately switches to battery power. This switch from power mode to battery mode helps your computer to run without any interruption. However, it is suitable for small business units as it cannot support multiple computer hubs at once.
- Line-interactive UPS: Line, interactive UPS system, works best in case of long term power issues. It constantly works to stabilize the voltage of the power supply. It stabilizes the voltage-current with the help of a regulator that boosts or reduces the voltage without switching to the battery power mode.
Problems solved with the help of UPS system
- Blackout: Blackout is one of the most common types of problems faced by any business organization which can lead to loss of important data. A blackout occurs when there is an imbalance in the generation and consumption of power. The imbalance leads to crashing of the power grid.
- Power surge: A power surge occurs when there is an increase in power. They occur for a short time but causes severe damage to the IT equipment. A Backup power [สำรองไฟ, which is the term in Thai] UPS system helps you to protect electronic devices from potential damages.