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Uninterruptible Power Supply

An uninterruptible power supply is an automatic electronic device with a rechargeable battery designed for uninterrupted short-term supply of electrical energy to a computer and its components in order to correctly shutdown and save data in the event of a sharp drop or absence of the input supply voltage of the system.

Our company offers uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) from the world’s leading manufacturers. We provide warranty and service, we guarantee prompt delivery to any region of the Republic of Tatarstan. The range includes UPSs for almost all occasions – from simple low-power household sources to powerful industrial uninterruptible power supply systems:

  • UPS for the home are simple single-phase, low-power household uninterruptible power supplies.
  • UPS for data centers (data centers),
  • Industrial UPS – Powerful three-phase uninterruptible power supplies to protect production equipment.

Our managers are always ready to assist in the selection of a UPS for your specific task. If you find it difficult to choose uninterruptible power supplies on your own, contact our specialists, and they will be happy to help you.

UPS for home and office.

UPS Back-UPS are designed for uninterruptible power supply of wireless networks, computers, game consoles and other electronic household and office equipment. UPSs provide battery power during power outages and large voltage fluctuations, and protect equipment from surges. These UPSs are available in a variety of vertical and floor-standing enclosures, provide a wide range of standard features, and are an excellent choice for protecting data and maintaining robust communications.

Server UPS.

Server UPSs can be mounted in a server cabinet in a vertical position, or in a 19-inch rack using a rail kit (Rack version). When connecting several devices to this unit, it is necessary that it has an appropriate number of output power connectors. Advanced models feature a power distribution function, that is, individual control of the output connectors, which is necessary to independently disconnect individual load lines to increase the backup time of the power supply of the most critical equipment and applications. Also, this function allows you to remotely reboot suspended devices and turn them on in sequence.

UPS Back-UPS are designed for uninterruptible power supply of wireless networks, computers, game consoles and other electronic household and office equipment. UPSs provide battery power during power outages and large voltage fluctuations, and protect equipment from surges. These UPSs are available in a variety of vertical and floor-standing enclosures, provide a wide range of standard features, and are an excellent choice for protecting data and maintaining robust communications.

Wall-mounted cabinets U19 If you are equipping a server room that will contain all your equipment, then most likely the floor-standing option is most suitable for you – due to its larger capacity, but if you have to place equipment somewhere in the office (for example, a network equipment), then for these purposes it is worth paying attention to the smaller in capacity and size – wall-mounted rack cabinets. Wall-mounted rack-mount cabinets usually range in size from 6 to 18U (One unit (1U) equals 44.45 mm.), While floor-standing racks usually start at 18U and go up to 47U. To accommodate your equipment, you need rack cabinets with a standard 19 “width, while the depth can be up to 1200mm. Also, rack cabinets are open and closed.

Open server racks, accordingly, are better cooled, while closed ones provide a higher degree of protection against physical attacks on equipment. What type of cabinet to choose depends on the wishes of the customer. The reliability of the equipment installation depends on the quality of the rack. There are racks of poor quality, which tend to sway from the slightest touch, which, of course, is unacceptable. Do not be fooled by the low price of racks and cabinets, remember: “The miser pays twice!” Also, quite often server racks are equipped with additional accessories: cable organizers, shelves and fan modules to organize additional air flows. Very often, patch panels are also placed in a rack cabinet (usually separate), which facilitate switching between network and / or telephone office sockets with network equipment. A patch panel is a horizontal system of connectors for organizing a switching point between workstation ports and network equipment ports. The cable from the outlet of the workplace goes to the front side of the patch panel and connects to one of the connectors, on the back side there is a crossover field. Patch panels also come in various sizes, from 12 to 48 ports each.