Considering Cost

Considering Cost

The priority of any UPS is to protect the critical load and keep it running as long as possible in the event of a power loss.  We often talk about developments in modular technology and the associated benefits, such as improved availability and reduced downtime,...
The Lifecycle of a UPS: Time to Repair or Replace?

The Lifecycle of a UPS: Time to Repair or Replace?

A typical UPS life cycle is generally around ten years, as manufacturers are obliged to supply replacement parts for up to ten years after cessation of manufacture. Therefore, the purchasing of UPS equipment five years before this end date may extend the product’s...
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