Tigerlec are experienced with UPS.


UPS: Preventative maintenance To Ensure Power Supply

By simply providing an uninterruptible power system (UPS) does not necessarily ensure a facility's equipment is protected against power-supply fluctuations and distortions. Maintenance managers must factor in regular testing and maintenance of the UPS to ensure it remains in peak operating condition and is reliable as designed.

An expanding necessity

The UPS is essentially a series of batteries that maintains power to critical equipment that cannot have a power interuption. A UPS protects against power interruptions, voltage variations, frequency variations and transient disturbances.

When a facility loses power it can often take more than 10 seconds before generators start and power is restored. Most electronic equipment will not tolerate even a few cysles of power disruption before shutting down.

Therefore a facility's UPS should be designed to protect critical loads under these circumstances and have the necessary equipment to allow for technicians to perform maintenance.

A preventitive maintenance program is key to smooth running of the facility and it's critical equipment.

UPS Testing: Identify Potential Power Interruptions

Frequent testing of the UPS equipment will help technicians identify potential issues and minimize problems. There is no excuse for not maintaining and testing a UPS regularly. New UPS offer advanced monitoring. Sending messages to monitoring centres and technicians. Information such as system voltages, battery-backup times and battery-test schedules. Other information such as power outages, if the unit operates on batteries or goes into maintenance bypass.

All this is designed to identify issues and repair as required to keep your critical equipment running.


Tigerlec replace UPS batteries as needed. A single battery or 160 batteries.


UPS sizing guide:


Eaton UPS sizing guide