Uninterruptible power supplies (UPS)
Small and medium-sized companies, in addition to a guarantee of high-quality power supplied to equipment, also expect to be able to monitor the operating status and manage their IT assets. This is provided by elements of a comprehensive server room infrastructure. The complete solution includes RACK cabinet, uninterruptible power supply UPS, PDU power strip and devices providing monitoring and control of IT devices.
Damage to equipment or loss of data very often results in considerable losses for both large corporations and small businesses. Nowadays, IT networks are practically an integral part of any company, and solutions to secure them are gaining in importance. Security is almost synonymous with backup power. To meet customers' requirements, Stovaris (Alstor SDS) offers a wide range of uninterruptible power supplies (UPS), transmission systems and rectifiers. These systems have the ability to meet the high expectations set by the IT and telecommunications industries.
Stovaris' offering of uninterruptible power supplies, so-called UPS ( Uninterruptible Power Supply), is constructed on the basis of solutions from the three largest suppliers of these devices: Vertiv, Eaton and Socomec.
Uninterruptible power supplies (UPS ) have three primary uses. The first is to sustain the operation of connected equipment during a power outage. The second, and no less important, use of uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) is to ensure safe shutdown of systems. This protects the company from data loss, damage to equipment or destruction of equipment due to a sudden power cut. The last application of uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) is voltage filtering. This is very important in the case of critical systems and devices sensitive to interference from the network - the use of a suitable uninterruptible power supply (UPS) (such as Liebert GXT4 by Vertiv) allows the connected equipment to operate for longer.
UPSs are ideal for power backup applications in:
- desktop computers;
- professional workstations;
- routers, network switches, NAS servers;
- point-of-sale terminals and PBXs.