The dif­fer­ence be­tween UPS and in­vert­ers

Consumer Voice - - Inverters -

While both UPS and in­vert­ers pro­vide backup power, in­vert­ers are pre­ferred for gen­eral elec­tric ap­pli­ances whose work­ing may not get af­fected by ex­tended de­lays in power sup­ply. The UPS is used for elec­tronic ap­pli­ances such as com­put­ers, servers, work­sta­tions and med­i­cal equip­ment which per­form crit­i­cal tasks and can­not tol­er­ate de­lays in power sup­ply. In UPS the switchover to backup power is prompt, while in an in­verter there is a lit­tle de­lay. The UPS also pro­vides pro­tec­tion to the load against spike, volt­age fluc­tu­a­tion and noise.

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