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Shelter-in-Place Shows How Many California Businesses Need Critical Power Systems

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What is the business case for critical power systems? How do you know when your workplace needs critical power systems in place? Answers to these questions are changing.

There are some environments where critical power makes obvious sense. For example, no one would argue that hospitals aren’t critical, especially at a time like this.

However, there are thousands of environments where critical power can help. People are realizing just how interrelated their lives are – and that includes the businesses they depend on.

Implementing a critical power strategy is one way to protect your company from the unknown. And when you do that, your community benefits.

UPS Service Contracts: Bay Area Companies’ Best Way to Increase UPS Return on Investment

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If your business uses a UPS, a service contract is critical.

A service contract provides an extra layer of protection so you know your UPS system will work according to your expectations. When your UPS turns on, odds are good that there’s already an emergency: You don’t want to compound that with a UPS that fails to activate!

UPS Service Contracts Bay Area Businesses Can Count On

What do UPS service contracts actually include?

The structure of your service contract depends on the equipment you use.

However, there are three main goals for any service contract:

  • Monitor your UPS and all related devices proactively
  • Diagnose any mechanical issues that develop within your equipment
  • Perform maintenance or replacement before performance issues arise

Like the other key equipment your business relies on, your UPS should be seen by qualified professionals regularly. There are maintenance tasks to be taken care of on a monthly, quarterly, and yearly basis. Having these on a schedule ensures they are handled promptly.

A San Jose Line Interactive UPS Guards Against Under-Voltage

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You might have a UPS system or may be planning to get one.

But is your UPS really the best one for the job?

Many San Jose business owners don’t realize there are several kinds of UPS to choose from. A San Jose line interactive UPS provides balanced quality and affordability that’s truly appealing for high tech enterprises.

A San Jose Line Interactive UPS Beats the Alternatives in the Bay Area

The last few years have seen some challenges for the Bay Area, even right in the heart of Silicon Valley. Power fluctuations from PG&E are becoming a fact of life. Businesses must compensate.

Data-driven Silicon Valley businesses are at the highest risk when it comes to voltage spikes, sags, and brown-outs. These conditions may last only a second or two, but they often recur throughout the day. Sensitive electronic equipment can be severely damaged.

A line interactive UPS is the solution.

In San Jose, line interactive UPS systems protect key equipment. They effectively correct over- and under-voltages without switching to battery power. This preserves the maximum amount of battery reserve while ensuring clean voltage for your devices.

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