Online and Offline UPS Manufacturers & Suppliers

UPS-Structure-Diagram

Offline UPS Structure Diagram

GM Electrical Systems India Pvt Ltd are one of the best and prominent Online and Offline UPS Manufacturers & Suppliers in Hyderabad, India.

Offline UPS:

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Offline UPS supply grid power to electrical & electronic devices during normal power supply. Offline UPS switches to battery power only when power failures and other power problems. As the grid power is by passed to the load during the power system, is called as Offline UPS. UPS used only when we facing power issues is also called as Standby UPS. Apart from bypassing  power to the loading system, a charges is connected to the batteries, as a result it expose the load to electrical noises and surges. This is the reason, they aren’t recommended for any critical electronic devices. When power failures, automatically they switch from grid power to battery power to prevent computers from rebooting.

Online UPS:

Online UPS supplies power to electrical and electronic devices from batteries all the time. Firstly, the UPS converts grid power to charge the batteries & then discharges the batteries to power load. Henceforth, battery power is supplied to the load at all times is known as Online UPS. The grid power is converted from alternating current to direct current to charge the battery and simultaneously a battery power is converted from DC to AC to load the power. Therefore Online UPS is also called as Double Conversion UPS.

If you have any query please contact us for further discussion. +91 9052299912, email rao@gmservo.com

http://www.gmelectricalsystems.com/

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