UPS BATTERIES

UPS BATTERIES

Unfortunately UPS batteries will not last indefinitely. Normal battery life expectancy is 4 years, this is dependent on frequency of use, duration of use and environmental conditions such as heat and humidity. We advise that replacements should occur every 3 years. We also recommend that your batteries are periodically tested to ensure they are still functioning correctly. We can supply and install all types and makes of UPS batteries, replacing them during your annual Preventative MaintenanceVisit, scheduled as part of your maintenance contract, or during a Health Check. This can be done on a unit-by-unit basis or by replacing all your batteries at the same time to ease your administration and give you total peace-of-mind. We supply replacement UPS batteries for AEC, APC, Chloride, Eaton Powerware, Emerson, Liebert, GE Digital Energy, MGE, Riello, Socomec … and many more.

BATTERY CONFIGURATION

BATTERY CONFIGURATION

Sealed Valve-Regulated Lead-Acid batteries (SVRLAs) are the workhorse of almost all current UPS systems, large and small. In normal UPS use they are maintenance-free. Design life is typically either five or ten years, with some fifteen-year sizes available. Replacement is normal at least a year before the design life expires and on larger systems batteries will be checked as part of a normal service regime at least once per year. High temperatures shorten the life of all lead-acid batteries. SVRLA design life is rated at 25°C. For every five degrees above that, battery life is halved. Many plug-in UPS have ‘user-replaceable’ batteries. This saves time and money when battery replacement is due. Often the cost of transporting a UPS without this feature to our workshop, plus engineer time, outweighs the cost of a new UPS, which will typically come with a two-year warranty. Batteries are connected in series into ‘strings’. The number of batteries will depend upon the DC design voltage

Battery for UPS(12V7AH-12V250AH)

Battery for UPS(12V7AH-12V250AH)

Lead-acid batterys characteristic(be applicable to FM, GFM, SW series),Battery discharge,Charge methods: FM,GFM,JMF series charge methods

About choosing UPS

About choosing UPS

1. What is a UPS System? An Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) is a device that maintains power to PCs, servers, network equipment, audio/video equipment and computer peripherals during short power outages, and allows computer systems to safely shutdown during prolonged blackouts. UPS Systems also stop damaging power surges and filter disruptive line noise, while select models correct brownouts and over-voltages. 2. Why are UPS Systems necessary? Power failures and network downtime cost businesses a lot of money, and data lost during those failures is often irretrievable. UPS Systems instantly respond to a power outage and can support equipment until a generator is up and running, or for prolonged periods with additional batteries. 3. How much power will your connected equipment require? Make sure that the UPS can handle the total electrical load of the equipment that you want to connect to it. You can also tell us your total load type, and then we will calculate the total power, and t