How does an Uninterrupted Power Supply work?
An Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) is a device connected between the power source and a computer to ensure that electrical flow is not interrupted. UPS devices use batteries to keep the computer running for a period of time after a power failure. It is not to be confused with standby generators which do not provide protection from a momentary power interruption, or which may result in a momentary power interruption when it is switched into service, whether manually or automatically. UPS devices usually provide protection against power surges, brownouts and line noise as well.
Electrical Switchboard Thermography, or Infrared Scanning, is the best way to prevent disaster
Power Factor Correction
Maintaining Power Factor Correction Units ensures the money you save is protected