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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

Does Your UPS System Sound Like a Barnyard?!

This may seem like a very odd question to ask, but if your UPS system is making weird noises that sound more like the barnyard than an office, you may have a serious issue on your hands.   Chirping and Mooing?!   If your UPS system sounds like there

Protect Yourself from Poorly Timed Power Outages

Super Bowl XLVII Blackout   Power Outages can happen anytime for any number of reasons. And it always seems to be they happen at the most inopportune time. Remember Super Bowl XLVII  when the power shut down to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana. It was

When Was the Last Time You Changed Your Batteries?

As we all know, batteries need to be changed every so often, especially when they are responsible for operating important equipment. I mean, imagine the frustration when your TV remote batteries fail!   In all seriousness, your UPS system is responsible for keeping your business operations up


The Benefits of Protecting Your Computer with a UPS System

An Uninterruptible Power Supply, or UPS, can save the life of your PC, as well as hours of work should your main power be disrupted. UPS systems differ from emergency power supplies and standby generators in that they provide near-immediate protection from input power interruptions

The Need for Preventive Maintenance

“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” It is far easier, and cheaper, to spend time preventing damage to your UPS system than it is to repair or replace it. Unfortunately, there are many reasons why companies choose to ignore the preventive side