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APC Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
An Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) is an incredibly useful piece of equipment that offers guaranteed power protection for electronics. In essence, when power is interrupted for whatever reason, or simply fluctuates outside safe levels, a UPS will instantly provide clean battery backup power and surge protection. This way, all your plugged-in, sensitive equipment is kept safe and protected. APC offers some of the best UPS options for everything from computers, peripherals, networks, and servers to data centers.
You can use a UPS in your home or business. For all the devices you use at home, an APC UPS can help mitigate the risk of damage or failure due to unexpected blackouts, voltage fluctuations, or other power disruptions. When it comes to businesses, power outages can prove to be financially crippling. An APC UPS can offer high protection against any such issues, particularly for small to medium-sized businesses that are at a greater financial risk considering their limited ability to generate revenue during this downtime.
Features of an APC UPS
A very reliable piece of equipment with over 99 percent energy efficiency
High-efficiency fan control system providing maximum cooling efficiency
Comes with a maximum 80 Plus Platinum certification which ensures a high-quality power supply
High-quality components with a lifespan of 10 million cycles, ensuring the best performance.
Easy and intuitive installation - plug it in and you are ready to go
APC’s innovative cable design for superior performance and reliability
APC’s cable connectors ensuring the best connectivity
Up-time of more than 90,000 cycles
Power grid certified
What size UPS do you need?
When it comes to purchasing an APC UPS in Singapore, you are going to want to consider your equipment and both its maximum watt ratings and maximum VA ratings. Neither rating may be exceeded by the attached equipment. For computers and UPS units, watt and VA ratings can differ significantly. The ratio of watts to VA is called the ‘power factor’. When sizing a UPS for your specific requirements, you are going to want to know your power factor. Generally, your UPS should have an output watt capacity that is 20 to 25 percent higher than the total power that is drawn by any equipment that is attached to it. Finally, you are going to want to consider how much runtime you need to support. This will depend on what you plan on backing up with your UPS. The more equipment you have plugged in, the less runtime you will have. So it is important to consider all your equipment in terms of importance and decide which ones are absolutely critical to your business.
Use APC UPS to protect your equipment!
A UPS is an essential part of your IT system. Choose from our comprehensive range of APC UPS now so you can protect your IT equipment. We at Datacom Enterprise have options for anyone looking to buy a UPS in SG; whether you are looking for a personal-use UPS, one for your business, or one for your data center. Datacom Enterprise also has a variety of other IT products and solutions from a number of brands such as Dell, HP, Apple, and so on. Browse through our website or contact us now to find out everything we have to offer.