Uninterruptible Power Supply Distribution System


  • Introduction

 UPS: Uninterruptible Power Supply

It is used in server, computer network, security systems, electronic systems and building management systems. It ensures work continuity and prevents data loss in cases of power cut. It fixes the voltage transmitted to the computer at 220 in the event of abrupt voltage rise or drop and prevents the hardware from getting damaged.

It protects your critical work system and prevents you from information loss and efficiency drop. It has a different operation principle than generator. In case of electrical failure, it works during the period until the generator activates the power supply and operates following the power cut and prevents financial loss.

In short, Chloride Uninterruptable Power Supplies have two functions:

  • UPS filters the interferences in the main power supply.
  • UPS transfers power to the loads in the case that the main supply breaks down.

How do UPS work?

  • UPS is electrical equipment placed between certain electronic devices called “load” and the main power supply.
  • It has a power supply and a battery which provides electricity in case of power cut. Runtime (structure) of the load depends on the size of UPS battery.
  • It provides the time (structure) required for the important computer systems to turn off safely by preventing data loss/data contamination.
  • When the main supply breaks down, UPS continues to provide power for the load from the battery supply and in this way, provides clean and interrupted power for the load by starting immediately in order for the load to function fully. UPS also protects computers and data against various problems related to power.
  • UPS can be plugged in a socket of 13 amps depending on its size or can be connected to the main supply panel by an electrician.
  • UPS is a device that guarantees work continuity.