Office emergency power
As you know, the requirement for the operation of all electrical devices to run and perform a specific task is electricity. If a device can provide the electricity needed by all electronic devices during a power outage and does this without interruption, there will be no problem during power outages in various industries, companies and offices. So, as a result, the emergency power system is your solution in case of power failure.
Emergency power system for offices or (Emergency Power Systems) is a type of emergency power system that is used to provide power in critical times or in case of failure of the normal power grid.
What is emergency power for offices
Perhaps you have heard about emergency power, although you are not familiar with its nature and how it works. An uninterruptible power supply is a self-contained power supply that powers electrical systems during power outages. Depending on the requirements and application of each company, office or industry, the uninterruptible power supply can include batteries, UPS, solar panels or generators. It is possible to provide an uninterrupted or alternative power supply with them.
UPS emergency power (UPS)
UPS stands for Uninterruptible Power Supply in Farsi is an uninterrupted power source, and it means that the power required by the devices connected to it is supplied through the energy stored in the battery, which provides the necessary load power to the devices without interruption in the event of a power cut . slow
The UPS works with a battery and if the city electricity is connected, it uses it to charge the battery, and if the city electricity is cut off, it takes it out of the circuit and puts the battery in the circuit.
Functions of the UPS device
The main task of the UPS is to create a direct reliable connection during severe power fluctuations and power outages so that the electronic device connected to it does not suffer from problems and breakdowns.
UPS uses two sources for its energy supply, the first source is city electricity, which are connected to each other with a plug, in this way, the required energy of the device is provided. If the power goes out, the UPS comes into action and supplies the device with the energy it has stored in its batteries.
The UPS battery is inactive under normal conditions, that is, the electrical energy of electronic devices is supplied by city electricity and the UPS battery is also charged in the same way.
Types of UPS
There are three types of UPS based on their structure and function:
UPS online is with double conversion method or Double conversion. Online UPS continuously converts and continuously converts proportional voltage to direct voltage to charge the battery. In emergency situations, UPSs feed the output load without mechanical switching, therefore there is no delay in supplying output power, so that the delay is 30 milliseconds.
Offline UPS Under normal conditions, it establishes input and output communication through direct electrical connection. Offline UPS under normal conditions directly It divides the output loads through the input power, and when the input voltage is lower or higher than the standard value, the UPS activates the output inverter so that the output loads are fed by the battery. The sea wave form of offline PSs is sinusoidal.
UPS High Line Interactive
Highline Interactive UPS are very similar to offline UPS and the common shape of UPS is sinusoidal. In normal conditions, High Line Interactive UPS can adjust the voltage range through an auto-transformer, and the battery that is in the charging state establishes the input and output connection when the UPS battery power is cut off by the inverter to feed the consumer devices . he does.
Essential need for emergency power system
The need for electricity for offices, commercial or residential buildings, and urban households that use regular electricity has fluctuated in recent days and faced unexpected blackouts, and many consumers of this type of electricity are exposed to damage to household appliances or are workplace devices.
Many UPS systems are designed for home and office use and generally have an output power of up to 5000 amps. The main task of the uninterruptible power supply (UPS) is to stabilize the power supply to the building’s power grid through the position between the power consumer and the public power grid. In addition, emergency power systems prevent noise and interference from entering the equipment.
Important tips for choosing an emergency power system
In general, there are many important points for choosing an emergency power system that you should pay attention to. The most important points are mentioned below.
- You need to know how much voltage and power consumption you need for the devices. Collect the electricity required for the equipment that needs to be turned on during a power outage and provide the appropriate UPS, inverter or generator for your devices based on the amount received.
- In general, you should use a more powerful power supply for high-power devices. In such cases, a UPS can be a much better option than a generator and can provide more voltage and current for electrical appliances.
- If you want to use an uninterrupted power source for sensitive equipment such as a computer or laptop, you must make sure that the output voltage of the source is controlled and stable so that the equipment does not burn. For sensitive equipment, using a UPS that can keep the output current is a better option.
Tesla is one of the most equipped and specialized UPS emergency power supply centers for customers and is ready to serve with the latest equipment. Buyers and customers can contact us at the following phone numbers to receive necessary advice and guidance for purchasing building emergency power (UPS).
Support and communication numbers with Tesla (02188312456 / 02188861253).