Your UPS system is simple enough to operate. Once it’s hooked up to your building properly, it is ready to go. The moment you lose power from your utility, the transition is seamless. However, thorough UPS maintenance is crucial to getting that kind of “always ready” service.
Let’s take a closer look at the five pillars of UPS maintenance:
1. Make a UPS Maintenance Schedule (And Use It!)
You have plenty of things to do, and UPS maintenance may be near the bottom of your list. To keep your emergency power system going strong, take a proactive approach. Key components of your system, like the rectifier, inverter, and batteries, should be inspected regularly. Contracting with a trusted UPS maintenance team is ideal, as they’ll help keep you on schedule.