Your business is growing and you are adopting new technologies to work smarter. These tools all require power, and that power can be taken away in an instant in the event of a lightning storm, electromagnetic interference or power surge. If you want to protect your business from power loss, you should invest in a durable, reliable UPS system.
UPS, or uninterruptible power supply, is the best option for network power protection for a number of reasons.
They check their own batteries
The self-testing batteries routinely run diagnostics automatically. If there is something wrong with their power level, they will alert you immediately. No more guessing about battery power, and no more plugging in a battery to discover it's been wasted. Enjoy the peace of mind that your network is ready for anything.
"If the power goes out, a UPS system will start up automatically."
They kick in automatically
If the power goes out, a UPS system will start up automatically, so your business doesn't lose a beat. Chris Wilson of 3 Benefits Of noted, "because the circuit in this power device continuously monitors the voltage, it can feel surges, spikes and outages." By sensing electrical problems before they even affect your network, these devices can kick in and prevent data loss or corruption.
They conserve energy
UPS batteries automatically shut off when they're fully charged, so you don't waste energy on al already-charged device. These devices also regulate the power to your network devices. In other words, in addition to helping you in the event of a power outage, a UPS system also helps to monitor how your power is being used, and help it to be used more efficiently. Since these devices are so durable and they protect your hardware, they can also help you use your equipment longer, saving you money and electronic waste.
Don't let downtime cost you thousands of dollars and customer loyalty. Custom Networks can provide your company with UPS systems that will prevent downtime in the event of a power outage or other disturbance. Contact us to learn more about how we can help you prepare your system to avoid expensive downtime.