While the core function of any industrial UPS system battery is to make sure a company is covered in the event of a power failure, they also provide a wide range of other benefits to the user as well. If you’re unsure as to whether or not purchasing a UPS system battery is worth it – then today should help go a long ways towards helping you make a decision.
Here some of the biggest benefits of having a UPS backup battery for your business.
Protection against outages
This one we sort of already mentioned, but it’s the core function of a UPS backup battery. While power outages are increasingly rare, they do happen from time to time. The longer your system is down, the more likely you are to lose valuable data and especially in certain industries – this is something that simply cannot be risked. Loss of certain types of data can have a deep impact on the overall health of your business and in very specific cases, you could end up in court. Don’t mess with it!
Power variances protection
We’re willing to bet you spend zero time thinking about both the consistency and quality of your electrical supply, but the truth they can have a significant impact on how you do business if something goes wrong. Significant swings in power variances can damage your computers, cause unforeseen damage to other electrical devices and cause a whole other range of problems. UPS Batteries will help protect against those massive power swings and keep your work safe.
Speaking of that…
Keeping work safe
Everyone’s experienced this. You’re deep into a project and humming right along. Just as you see the light at the end of the tunnel, wham – the power goes out and everything is lost. Not only is this frustrating but if you’re working on something really important, you might not have the time to do it all over again. Just the presence of a UPS system battery alone will help to buy you the time you need to bulldoze through the remainder of the project or simply save your work. In many ways, it serves as a safety net for your company’s productivity.
Peace of mind
Knowing that you’ll be able to work and not have to worry about losing power to your system, needless outages and data loss can be a burden off the back of a business owner – especially in industries where your data is your life blood. Now you can rest assured knowing that work will be saved and that everything is safe and secure where it belongs. That means less time managing pitfalls and liabilities and more time managing your business.
Hopefully this blog has changed some opinions and has shed some light on just how important a UPS backup battery can be to your IT infrastructure. Should you need any consultations or have any needs, feel free to contact us! Good luck!