Ups and downs of electricity are a reality. The inconvenience of a power outage in your home is usually limited to things that can be replaced. When you’re a medical facility, losing power can be a matter of life and death. An Uninterruptible Power Source – often called a battery backup – helps avoid these dangers.
A UPS Continues to Give. A UPS allows you to continue critical operations during a power outage. It takes the AC electricity from the wall, converts it into DC electricity that can be stored, and then uses it to power your equipment. If you have a laptop, you may have noticed how the laptop keeps working even if there’s a power outage. That’s because it has a built in UPS.
A Generator Has Ups and Downs. A generator is great, but power still goes off, however briefly, until the automatic transfer switch kicks in. A UPS will make the transition seamless, saving data, equipment, and potentially lives.
Before You’ve Blown It. The time to get a UPS backup battery is before you need it. Think about the things that you could lose if the power goes on and off. Invoicing. Digital editing. Customer estimates. Recording sessions. Performances. Servers. Online Exams. Time! If the power goes out, even briefly, so much can be gone or damaged.
We Know What is Right. The complicated thing is that each there are many different types of Uninterruptible Power Sources available, and what you need will depend on your situation and application. A home server will require a different UPS than a medical office. At Aspire, we start by evaluating your needs. We then get you the right type of UPS, install it, and then maintain it.
We keep on keeping on, so that you can keep on keeping on, too. And that’s the way it’s supposed to be.