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Jul 4, 2020

Differences And Comparison Between UPS And INVERTER

Inverters and UPS are used to handle power outages during a power outage. In our daily life, we often rely on devices that do not work without electricity, such as lights, refrigerators, air conditioning, fan, etc. When there is no electricity, the energy-dependent equipment will stop working. Either way, if you have backup power on the devices like a generator or inverter and UPS, you won't be bothered by power outages or power cut while using the equipment.
What Is Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
The UPS can be defined as a power supply, which has a battery that allows the power to continue when the power is turned off. This allows the system to operate for a few minutes so that it can properly store data after a power failure. Because there are two types of inverters:
a)   Offline UPS and
b)  Interactive online UPS
What Is Inverter
An inverter is an electronic gadget that can be used to provide power by converting direct current into alternating current. The inverter cannot supply any power, but via a DC source.


COMPARISON BETWEEN UPS AND INVERTER



Comparison Between UPS And INVERTER

Comparison Between UPS And INVERTER



















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