What is Uninterruptible
An uninterruptible power supply, also known UPS, is an electrical apparatus
that provides emergency power to a load when the input power source,
typically mains power, fails.
A UPS is typically used to protect hardware such as computers, data centers,
telecommunication equipment or other electrical equipment where an
unexpected power disruption could cause injuries, fatalities, serious business
disruption or data loss.
What is APC?
APC by Schneider Electric,
formerly known as
Conversion Corporation, is
a manufacturer of
peripherals and data
LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) - gives the status of over 20 different utility and
battery backup conditions.
Automatic Voltage Regulation (AVR) - instantly corrects voltage fluctuations so
you can work indefinitely through brownouts and overvoltage.
4 “Battery Backup & Surge Protected” - Outlets keep a CPU, monitor and other
critical devices running when the power goes out or fluctuates outside safe levels.
(Includes one power-saving Controlled outlet).
4 “Surge Only” - Outlets protect printers, faxes or other equipment without
reducing battery capacity. (Includes two power-saving “Controlled” outlets).
Data Line Surge Protection - guards against surges and spikes traveling over
Ethernet and telephone lines.
Push Button Circuit Breaker - enables quick recovery from overloads.
PowerChute Personal Edition
Four Surge Protection-
Power Source Connected
to AC Outlet
Clients are only allowed to do troubleshooting
from the external of the unit by looking for
LCD Panel as well as listening to audible alarms
i.e. sounding every seconds that indicates low
battery at battery mode in which resolution is
to immediately plugged the input power cord
to a live wall outlet
Everything concerning problems in the inside
of the UPS should be reported/coordinated
immediately to the supplier for processing and