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Power Outages Are Unpredictable

With spring storms in full swing, many people are extremely aware of the potential for power outages. While you are thinking about the dangers and costs to your business that are associated with power outages, it is important to note that there are other causes. Outages...

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Too Hot To Handle – The Dangers of an Overheated Battery

Heat is never a good sign when you are dealing with batteries. Without proper maintenance and the correct setup, you can end up experiencing thermal runaway. What is THERMAL RUNAWAY? Thermal runaway is a situation where an increase in temperature changes the conditions in a way that...

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Spring Into Action – Protect Your Equipment

When most people think of springtime, they think of pink flowers, blue sky, yellow rays of sun, and green grass! When we think of spring, we immediately think of the damaging storms! Spring storms can be very detrimental to power supplies, which can cause a...

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You’re Nowhere Near the End – Avoid Growing Pains!

If you’re lucky, your business is constantly growing! Expanding your workforce and productivity is always a great accomplishment, but it also means you need to be prepared for that growth. Did you know, not all UPS systems are the same? The size of the UPS...

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Do I Need A UPS System?

You would be surprised by how many people ask this question. Simply put, if you’re asking, the answer is probably, YES!   An uninterruptible power supply system is a wise investment for companies looking to protect themselves from costly downtimes. Without a UPS system, you are putting...

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Surge Protection – What, Why, and How!

Surge protection devices come in many shapes and sizes. The basic job is the same, though. A surge protection unit is a device meant to regulate power anomalies and protect your equipment from them. Power anomalies such as a surge or spike can occur to...

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