Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)

UPS, or Uninterruptible Power Supply, is a system that connects the battery to the mainframe and converts the DC power into utility power through a modular circuit such as the mainframe inverter. When the utility input is normal, the UPS will supply the load with the utility voltage stabilization, at this time the UPS is an AC voltage regulator, and it also charges the battery; when the utility is interrupted (accidental power failure), the UPS immediately DC battery energy, through the inverter switching method to continue to supply 220V AC power to the load, so that the load to maintain normal work and protect the load software and hardware from damage. UPS equipment usually provides protection against over- or under-voltage. Flame retardant requirements for insulation materials for V0, high strength, temperature resistance and other characteristics required. Commonly used GPO3