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Online UPS Supplier

Online UPS Supplier

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With a single minded focus to be the most preferred "Power Partner" and to satisfy the evergrowing needs of our customers we at Noel Technologies offer customized solutions which justify the Return on Investment (ROI).
With a single minded focus to be the most preferred "Power Partner" and to satisfy the evergrowing needs of our customers we at Noel Technologies offer customized solutions which justify the Return on Investment (ROI).

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Noel Technologies has chartered significant progress into the Power Electronicsand Power Conditioning Equipments ever since its inception in the year 1997. Witha single minded focus to be the most preferred "Power Partner" and to satisfy theevergrowing needs of our customers we at Noel Technologies offer customizedsolutions which justify the Return on Investment (ROI). Noel Technologies goal isto offer clean power and maximize uptime so that loss due to power down turn isbrought to zero.NOEL TECHNOLOGIES Plans can be used with any manufacturer's UPS product line andit's the most comprehensive service coverage in the industry. Diac-Service plansprevent potential down times, and take steps ahead of time to prevent anycatastrophic failures.It could happen to you at any time, and in a blink of an eye. All it takes is asmall spike, surge, brownout, or any other fluctuation in the voltage , and yourequipment can be permanently damaged, your data destroyed, and your operatingsystem files corrupted. Faulty electrical power can insidiously wear down yoursystem over a period of time, without you knowing - until - eventually, it fails.One way of avoiding such disaster is to install a UPS. A UPS (Uninterrupted PowerSupply) is a power supply that includes a battery to maintain power in the eventof a power outage. Most UPS units will also filter and regulate the utility power.A UPS can be used on most electronic equipment, although this article will focusmainly on its use with computers.There are basically three types of UPSs to choose from. Keep in mind that eachmanufacturer has their own design and changes. The types are as follows:1. Offline (Standby) UPSThe standby UPS is the simplest and least expensive UPS design. Getting it'sprimary power from the AC line (i.e. your outlet), this type of UPS switches overto the backup battery automatically when any drop in voltage is detected. When thepower is restored, the UPS then switches back. This "no frill" UPS usually hasnothing to regulate the electricity although a few manufacturers may include somesort of line filter.The ferroresonant UPS uses a ferroresonant transformer to switch from line powerto battery power. By using this technology there is a source of stored energy thatis used during that fraction of a second while the unit switches between linepower and battery power. This was once one of the most common UPS designs, and arestill made by some manufacturers. Today, most manufacturers have abandoned thisdesign, claiming that it is inefficient, and favor the "online" UPS for models inthe range of 1,000 VA or higher.2. Line-Interactive UPSHailed by some to be the most efficient UPS, the line-interactive UPS is one ofthe most popular designs used today for computer protection. Although somemanufactures sell line-interactive UPSs which are no more than an offline UPS witha regulator added, the basic line-interactive UPS has a bi-directionalinverter/charger which is always connected to the output of the UPS, and uses aportion of AC power to keep the battery charged. When the input power fails, thetransfer switch disconnects AC input and the battery/inverter provides outputpower. This gives a faster response to a power failure than an offline UPS. 3. Online UPSThis design is considered to be a "true" UPS. Unlike the other types of UPS, thisone uses the battery as its main source of power and the line power is thesecondary source of power. When line power goes out the UPS does not have toconvert from one power source to another, it just stops charging the battery. This

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