Battery Backup Power Uninterruptible Power Supply UPS Systems For Laboratory

The Clemson University Office of Research states in its laboratory requirements paper that power failure can result in hazardous conditions in laboratories and may damage sensitive equipment or experiments. Battery Backup Power uninterruptible power supply systems (UPS) are designed to prevent these unpredictable situations that may cause catastrophic issues in lab results and in turn, future lab funding, by simultaneously protecting lab instruments from power surges, conditioning unstable grid power, and providing backup power when outages occur.

Battery Backup Power Laboratory Power Safety
Battery Backup Power Laboratory Power Safety

Battery Backup Power engineers will assist you in matching the right UPS to your laboratory instrument or instruments and configure each unit with the proper amount of emergency battery backup time that matches your requirements. Whether you need the UPS to provide hours of power from its battery banks, or just enough for an emergency generator on an automatic transfer switch to kick on, Battery Backup Power can help.

Battery Backup Power Used With Generator On Automatic Transfer Switch
Battery Backup Power Used With Generator On Automatic Transfer Switch

Universities, utility companies with critical infrastructure designations, and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) all rely on Battery Backup Power UPS systems to protect sensitive equipment. Let us be your partner in laboratory safety and reliability as well. Let us know what we can do to help by calling (855) 330-7799, sending us an email at sales@batterybackuppower.com, or visiting us at www.batterybackuppower.com today.


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