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Protect Your Equipment with ECS

Unprotected equipment can fall prey to brownouts, over-voltage and line noise. Often times, these issues go unnoticed, allowing for significant equipment damage and premature failure. You can protect your business from these dangers with solutions from ECS.    To help protect you from brownouts, over-voltage, and line

UPS Maintenance Bypass and Redundancy

A lone UPS is a good start for protecting your IT equipment – but there are ways to make it even more reliable. A maintenance bypass and other accessories can be used to optimize design and ensure uptime. Watch Professor Wattson discuss in this video

Putting the Puzzle Pieces Together for Your Business

Every business is unique and that is why there are multiple options for helping you achieve the backup power system you need to operate with confidence.   Not every company is suited to a standard, off-the-shelf solution, sometimes it is necessary to think outside the box in

Five Steps to UPS Deployment

Deploying an uninterruptible power system (UPS) is an increasingly important decision for today’s organizations, regardless of the size or sector. Relied upon to provide continuous, clean power to a connected load — as well as battery backup in the event of a power outage —UPSs

Don’t Let the Heat Make You Sweat!

Midway through July and the temps are rising! Now, we are not talking record-breaking heat this summer here in the states - knock on wood - but they are climbing and that means an increase on the power grid. High heat temps can result in influxes

The Importance of Power Quality

You’ve heard the term “Power Quality,” but what does it mean? The term power quality refers to a set of boundaries that allows electrical systems to function in their intended manner.  Power quality is used to describe electric power that drives an electrical device and the