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SELECTING A UPS


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We believe that an Uninterruptible Power Supply or UPS is one of the most cost effective ways to provide clean high quality power without any break in supply, regardless of what the mains power supply is doing, safeguarding sensitive electronic equipment and key business areas against potentially devastating power problems.

 Our UPS brands are the industry leading power protection solutions combined with engineering expertise to ensure maximum uptime.

 Selecting the Right UPS

Our mission is to protect customer Electronic Equipment from the nine most common power problems present in any environment. This unique approach makes your product selection decisions about power protection much simpler.

UPS products offer three levels of power protection:

  • Series 3 – Standby for home office applications
  • Series 5 – Line interactive for small business and network applications
  • Series 9 – Online double conversion for mission critical operations

You can select a UPS solution from the series that best matches your power protection needs based on the parameters defined by your application such as:

  • the possible load
  • the headroom required for startup and or expansion
  • power factor
  • the level of redundancy required
  • battery backup time or autonomy
  • monitoring requirements

Linksat Technologies has the knowledge and ability to understand your needs to provide you with the right clean power solution. We believe that the selection of the correct UPS product for your application can require specialized knowledge. 

Power problems concept

There are 9 main power problems that can harm your computers and corrupt your data.
Our UPS products can overcome all these problems, from a basic solution through to complete protection.

Items

Problem

Description

1

Power Failure

A total loss of utility power

2

Power Sag

Short term low voltage

3

Power Surge (spike)

Short term high voltage above 110% of nominal

4

Under voltage (Brownout)

Reduced line voltage for extended periods of a few minutes to a few days

5

Overvoltage

Increased line voltage for extended periods of a few minutes to a few days

6

Electrical Line Noise

High frequency waveform caused by RFI or EMI interference

7

Frequency Variation

A change in frequency stability

8

Switching Transient

Instantaneous under voltage (notch) in the range of nanoseconds

9

Harmonic Distortion

Distortion of the normal waveform generally transmitted by non-linear loads