Even in cases where emergency generators are in place, there will be a short-term power loss until the generator equipment can produce 100% of the power required by the load. Bridging this gap and providing increased defense against electrical calamity is a technology formerly associated mainly with largescale data centers or applications specific to IT and networks: The Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS). Now that AV equipment is almost purely digital and rack-mountable, just like networking equipment, the same principles and best practices can also be applied to its protection.
A UPS can provide benefits in a variety of applications, and a deeper understanding of the factors important to selecting the right UPS would be of tremendous help. Let’s look at different UPS features and requirements in order to better identify the right choice for your customer or application.
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