Backup Power Supply to Ensure Uninterrupted Electricity

Nexgen Energy understands the importance of maintaining uninterrupted power for your needs, whether for home or business operations. A UPS (uninterruptible power supply) acts as a critical safeguard, offering an immediate backup power supply to keep your equipment operational and protected during grid power outages.
Tap into uninterrupted power

At its core, a UPS is a protective device that bridges the gap between a power outage and the need for continuous power to electronic devices. It does this by storing power in a battery and converting it to usable AC power when it detects a drop in the incoming power supply, ensuring that connected devices continue running smoothly until normal power is restored.

Eliminate the Interruption of Load Shedding Once and For All!

  1. Uninterrupted Operations: Maintain the continuous functioning of crucial equipment without the risk of power disruptions.
  2. Protection and Stability: Defend your electronic devices against a variety of electrical disturbances, including surges, spikes, voltage dips, and complete outages.
  3. Power Conditioning: Enjoy power conditioning with line-interactive UPS models to guarantee that your devices receive a stable power supply.

How Does a Backup Power Supply System Work?

A UPS system works by continuously monitoring the incoming power supply for abnormalities. When it detects an issue such as a power cut, surge, or drop in voltage, it instantaneously switches to battery power, thus providing a seamless transition that prevents disruptions in the operation of connected devices. The battery power can last from a few minutes to several hours, depending on the capacity of the UPS and the power requirements of the connected equipment.

What Can Be Powered by a UPS?

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  • WiFi equipment
  • Televisions
  • Computers
  • Security systems
  • Gaming consoles
Choosing the Right UPS for Your Needs

The first step in choosing the right UPS is accurately assessing your power needs. Power consumption is measured in watts (W), and can be found on the device itself or in the user manual. Summing up the wattage of all devices that require power will give you an estimate of the load you need the UPS to support.

At Nexgen Energy, our goal is to ensure that you have a reliable, efficient, and cost-effective solution that not only meets your current demands but also accommodates future growth, safeguarding your investments and providing peace of mind. Contact us for comprehensive guidance on selecting the perfect backup power supply unit for your requirements.