So you’re working from home and concerned about power surges, spikes, and lightning strikes? You’re thinking of buying a surge protector to save your equipment for when one takes place?
So why not buy an uninterruptible power supply (UPS)?
A UPS, in its simplest form, is a battery backup. It will provide backup power for when your regular power source fails, or voltage drops to an unacceptable level. It will allow for the safe, orderly shutdown of a computer and connected equipment.
Depending on the UPS, it could allow you to keep your internet service active during an extended power outage. Or it will give you the necessary time for your computer to perform an automatic shutdown and avoid lost work.
If you’re a gamer, it could give you enough time to save your game after a blackout or notify others in a multiplayer game that you need to exit.
A UPS does all this and also doubles as a surge protector. It will support your equipment during temporary sags in voltage and other inconsistencies of our electrical power network. It can provide you security and peace of mind along with additional uptime and less loss.
Whether you’re working from home or in charge of a large corporate data centre. There is a huge range of affordable UPS’s designed for every environment. NPS are experts in this area, with over 25 years of experience and can help you choose, design, and install the best UPS for your needs.