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5000VA UPS for Computers/Tablets and Networking

5000VA UPS for computers/ tablets and networking systems can provide more than two hours of network backup power to keep you connected to a power source and the internet during outages. These events can occur in different ways, such as voltage dips and surges, harmonics, or voltage spikes.

Interruptions in a constant and stable power supply can cause serious harm to sensitive electrical equipment, particularly during processing production. To reduce the risk of power supply distortion, Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) systems are often incorporated in electrical networks. The best known brands selling UPS systems are APC, Dell, GE, CyberPower and Tripp Lite and the exact specifications tend not to vary too much among them.

In general terms, the smaller the UPS systems the shorter the amount of time it can provide backup. For example, providing power for a few minutes is enough to power down your desktop computer in an orderly manner. In the case of 5000VA UPS, the usage profile would probably be for a rack-based server system, as this amount of UPS capacity is considerable.

UPS systems with 5000VA are capable of supporting loads from 1 to 20kVA in a rack or tower convertible form. Extensions at 15 and 20kVA are often available and these will provide support for blade servers or heavily loaded equipment racks. When business critical systems require runtime in hours, not minutes, good UPSs can be configured with matching battery packs to comply with higher run time needs. Some may even offer remote management shutdown of network operating systems. A high-spec 5000VA UPS should be able to cope with demanding power environments, including a very wide input voltage window, extremely tight output voltage regulation, frequency regulation, internal bypass, and input power factor correction.

Finally, ensure that you check for any expected peripherals as part of your purchase. This includes a network management card, cables, IEC leads, and rack rails if applicable.

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