In a perfect world every day will run smoothly, but smart professionals plan for the unavoidable situations that can interrupt productivity and cause snags. Adding a CyberPower UPS, Eaton, Liebart or APC® UPS or an APC UPS battery provides computers, printers and network devices with a consistent supply of power that guards against damage.
Also by preventing power outages, you can protect yourself from data loss. Stay on top of things in any situation with help from a UPS that keeps everything functioning.
The first step to successfully selecting a stand-alone UPS is deciding how much power will be required in the event of a blackout. Many devices require only a few minutes to ensure a proper shut down and save work. However, complex systems and users who must execute extensive saving processes to ensure work is preserved will need a longer duration of power to make sure everything is handled properly.
Determine how information about the current power situation will be assessed to decide on display options. A stand-alone UPS without a display may deliver information directly to users via software or notifications. However, choosing a model with a large, clear display provides data at a glance. LCDs are an excellent choice for crisp visuals and easy reading.
In addition to extended power, a stand-alone UPS can also provide a variety of complementary features. Surge protected outlets, as well as cable, modem, Ethernet, phone and USB protection, offer additional defense against power surges and spikes. Opt for a device with AVR (Automatic Voltage Regulation) to provide connected equipment with clean power that promotes top-notch operation. Once you've taken care of powering wired devices, browse a selection of A/V batteries for audio and video devices and watch, calculator and specialty batteries.