UPS, i.e., Uninterrupted Power Supply is undoubtedly one of the major necessities of the modern electronic world, where every official or commercial exchange is carried out through a chain of electronic devices. These devices run on a continuous basis and as a result, become prone to internal in case of a blackout or power disruption within the jurisdiction of their functioning. The UPS is essential in facilitating power backup and overall protection of such peripheral devices. It helps in surge protection and to restore power when the main source of power generation for an electronic device is lost.
Several electronic devices such as Cell phones, wireless routers, computers, televisions, and gaming consoles are benefited by the UPS. The home ups battery doesn’t let the computer system shut down abruptly in case of an unexpected load shedding. Besides, UPS can keep the computer system logged in up to 10 minutes. This means one can complete any ongoing task and save any file in their computer systems with the help of battery backup of the UPS even after a load shedding or blackouts. Plugging the modem and router to the UPS will enable the establishment of internet connection anytime even after a power cut.
Now the major question to have raised is that – How does the UPS itself derive its powers? The UPS has three major parts –
The battery, which is the main source of power generation within a UPS
The rectifier, which keeps the battery charged in order to maintain a proper level of voltage.
The static bypass, the internal circuit of the UPS, which allows the transmission of power from the battery and the rectifier to the device requiring power backup.
The inverter, which receives the power generated by the battery and the rectifier.
When the primary source of power fails, the batteries supply power backup to the inverter which runs the load of power transmission to the electronic sources. Once power is restored in the primary source, the rectifier charges the batteries up using direct current.
The sustainability of the battery is very important in order to maintain the functions of the other components. Without the battery, all the other three components will no longer be able to carry the load of currents and high voltage power. Hence it is very economical to invest in a good luminous ups that comes with a battery saver.
This battery saver function of the UPS helps the battery to remain consistent throughout its lifetime run and provide an unlimited amount of power supply whenever the primary source fails to generate power inside a room.
Several new models of UPS are being launched in the market and every company is now considering the implementation of battery saver functions in their devices. With the help of this function, the battery life in these UPSs can be extended up to twice more than the ordinary battery lives of previous UPS models. Besides, the tubular battery saver function also helps in the optimization of power in the UPS that provides for greater runtime in case of primary power failure.