As the bridge between mains power and your backup generator, your Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) needs to flawlessly perform for those few vital seconds before your backup generator kicks in. The purpose of a UPS is to cover you in the event of mains failure and safely transfer you across to using power from the generator with no break in power continuity. With out a UPS, there is a short delay whilst the generator starts up. When the mains power returns, the UPS will cover you again and run in that transfer over back to the mains. If you are an organisation like a hospital it is crucial to have power continuity 24/7.
Your UPS system, or AMF Panel, comprises of a number of parts that will age with use and like any reliable continuous power system, it will need periodic servicing and calibration to guarantee optimal performance and reliability.
Your UPS emergency power supply will always be ready to take the strain in the event of any mains power failure with a Shenton Group UPS maintenance contract. With five levels of support, every package includes a maintenance visit and all packages provide technical support, which elevates to 24/7 support with Power Care 24 upwards. In addition, you can enjoy 24/7 emergency response with the Power Care package upwards.
For organisations that demand extra assurances, Shenton Group’s Power Care Premier and Maxicare Plus packages boast UPS remote monitoring on selected models. With a number of system variables and factors being constantly monitored by Shenton Group engineers, potential issues are identified and rectified well in advance of them posing any hindrance to your UPS system’s performance.
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