Eliminate downtime, decreased productivity, and equipment damage.
When the power goes out, many business operations are brought to a standstill, resulting in increased downtime, decreased productivity, and run the risk of suffering equipment damage.
At Daisy Energy, we design, develop and manufacture state-of-the-art solar-ready UPS systems to ensure our customer’s operations are protected against outages and load shedding.
Our backup power solar-ready UPS solutions are critical solutions for companies that want to ensure their computers, telecommunication equipment, and electrical equipment can continue to function in power outages or when voltage drops to an unacceptable level.
Our UPS solutions generally generate 3 to 6 Hours of Backup Power. They are designed to the highest standards and have an average lifespan of 6 to 8 years. Our systems use
Lithium-Ion batteries that have a higher energy density, voltage capacity, and lower self-discharge rate making them more stable. They can also be recharged more often and require very little maintenance.
The benefits of our UPS solutions include:
- Prevent overload of a limited AC source, such as a generator
- In the event of a grid failure, the inverter is automatically activated and takes over the supply to the connected loads in less than 20 milliseconds
- Computers and other electronic equipment will continue to operate without disruption
- Up to 6 Multis can operate in parallel to achieve higher power output
- Three-phase or split phase operation is also possible
- Remote Monitoring and Control
Daisy Energy also offers in-house finance solutions for all of our energy solutions.
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Frequently Asked UPS Backup Questions
What is the difference between UPS and battery backup?
How long does a UPS battery backup last?
What kind of battery do our UPS solutions use?
How do I know if my UPS battery needs to be replaced?
How does a UPS charge its battery?
Should a UPS always be plugged in?
Should I unplug ups when not in use?
Does a UPS use a lot of electricity?
How do I know if UPS is charging?