Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
Manufacturers have made considerable progress in their efforts to reduce the vulnerability of equipment to disturbances (optimized immunity to overvoltages, tolerance to brownouts of up to 10 or 20% or even of outages lasting from 5 to 10 ms).
To provide power
in the case of a blackout: this is the classical, although not the most important, function of an UPS.
Quality Power Supply
by filtering and stabilizing the power source which may be the mains supply or a generator and may be affected by considerable disturbances.
with a UPS, the user's worries are over. In the blackout, the UPS will automatically safeguard all programs that are open and, in the case of a fault, can alert service technicians.
Improve Reliability of the power system, using redundant solutions that guarantee power quality and continuity even in the case of fault.