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3kVA Backup Power UPS System 

A 3kVA UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) is suitable for a variety of business sizes, depending on their specific power requirements.

Generally, a 3kVA UPS is recommended for small to medium-sized businesses that rely on critical electronic equipment to run their operations. This includes businesses such as small offices, retail stores, medical practices, and small data centers.

In these types of businesses, a 3kVA UPS can provide the necessary backup power to keep the equipment running during a power outage or other electrical disturbances. It can also help protect against power surges, spikes, and other electrical disturbances that can damage sensitive equipment.

Q&A’s – 3kVA UPS Systems

Difference between 3kVA UPS rack and tower

A rack-mounted 3kVA UPS is designed to be installed into server racks, while a tower UPS is a standalone unit. However, some UPS systems can be used as either, depending on your needs. Contact us so we can assist you with what it is you require.

The charging time for a 3kVA UPS 

4-6 hours is the typical charging time for a 3kVA UPS system

What is a full-load runtime baseline for a 3kVA UPS?

The internal UPS batteries can provide a runtime of 4-60 minutes at full load, depending on the specific UPS model. If you require a longer runtime, it is possible to extend it by adding additional UPS batteries. For more information on how to optimize your runtime, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Battery replacement for a 3kVA UPS

Generally, UPS batteries should be replaced every five years. However, this timeframe can be affected by various environmental factors such as storage temperature and ventilation. It’s crucial to have an appropriate battery care plan in place to prevent any potential issues. Get in touch for your care plan taken care for you.

If you have any more questions, don’t hesitate to call us.

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