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Power supply - The UPS in critical application - Critical applications whose failure would lead to substantial losses, not always of a financial nature, are increasingly requiring protection from process interruption.

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The technology used for critical applications is crucial to achieving productivity and generating profit. Users recognise the need to prevent power outages from interfering with this process. However, much misinformation exists concerning the abilities of UPS products to provide clean power. Systems that must not fail due to a power outage should also be protected from failures caused by other power anomalies too. It is possible to select a UPS that provides complete protection. It is also possible to combine a UPS with other devices to achieve clean, continuous power for critical application. Close examination of the application and technology being protected is the proper starting point. Power quality specialists are available to help evaluate all the issues and plan a UPS system that is best of the application

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Power Engineer  (Volume:20 ,  Issue: 6 )