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APC Is a renowned leader for Electronic Equipment protection, be it enterprise, office equipment, or Home. With an APC battery backup/surge protection system, you can have reliable power surge protection and back time for you to safely shut down your equipment.At TDK, we offer a wide selection of power management APC Equipment available for the best selection that befits your needs. You can find the right APC battery and power protection backup system to keep powered electronic devices running during power interruptions and fluctuations.
APC Smart-UPS are trusted by millions of IT professionals around the world for offering reliable protection and backup equipment and critical data from costly interruptions by supplying reliable, network-grade power reliably and efficiently.
Smart-UPS are Available in a variety of forms factors and classes (entry-level, standard, and extended run), you can be sure to find a model that meets your needs and budget. Standard models are the most popular APC UPS in Kenya; Suitable for business servers, storage, and network devices and have long been considered the benchmark for reliability and manageability.
For organizations, choosing Entry-level Smart-UPS models are an economical choice for small and medium businesses looking to protect small networking devices, point-of-sale (POS) equipment, and entry-level servers. The extended run models accept external battery packs for long runtime to power critical servers, security, and communication systems through outages that could last hours.
Also known as an uninterrupted power supply (UPS), these backup units provide power to devices during outages so you can safely shut down devices without losing data. APC battery backups can be utilized in many forms such to protect; server wireless networks, computers, gaming consoles, and other home or office electronics. How does an APC Battery Backups system Work? APC battery backups provide backup power and surge protection to home electronics like desktop computers and printers during power outages. During power loss, electronics connected to APC battery backups will maintain connection and be protected against potential damage. An APC backup power supply protects against surges, blackouts, brownouts, over-voltage, voltage fluctuations, waveform distortions, and frequency variations. How Long Do APC Battery Backups Last? The battery in a typical APC battery backup will last from 3 to 5 years. Runtime for APC power supply systems during an outage depends on battery capacity and the total load put on the system. Therefore, it’s important to consider battery capacity when shopping for UPS systems. Some high-end APC units allow users to add external batteries for longer runtime. APC Battery Backups: Features & Benefits
What Is an APC Battery Backup?
An APC battery backup system provides many benefits, including:
- User-replaceable batteries
- Automatic self-tests
- Automatic voltage regulation
- Scalable runtime
- Surge-only outlets
A standby unit is the simplest and most affordable type of APC battery backup. It keeps its battery charged and quickly switches to battery backup when it detects power outages. This type is ideal for home and small office computers and networking equipment. Line-interactive models are like standby ones but have built-in transformers. This difference makes them better at handling brownouts in addition to blackouts. Choose line-interactive APC UPS devices for home and office workstations, servers, and AV equipment. Double conversion or online UPS systems are best for important business equipment. They offer pure sine wave outputs needed by sensitive equipment and continuously filter power by isolating connected devices to their battery systems. While other UPS systems take a few milliseconds to switch during power interruptions, online units have no such delays. When shopping for battery backups and uninterruptible power supplies, always choose a unit with more outlets than you currently need. This prevents overcrowding when multiple devices connect to the backup or surge protector. Look for a unit with well-spaced outlets as well. For UPS battery backup systems, manufacturers quote capacities in watts and volt-amps. How to determine the power back up you need; When selecting a battery backup, first calculate the intended load on the system. The total wattage of the load should not exceed the watt rating of the UPS. For effective backup and protection, select a model with an output watt capacity that’s 20 to 25 percent higher than the total watt rating of the devices connected to it.
Choosing the Best APC Battery Backup