Power Quality refers to the ability of Electronic / Electrical equipment to consume the energy being supplied to it. A number of Power Quality issues including Electrical Harmonics, Poor Power Factor, Voltage Instability and Imbalance Impact on the Efficiency of Electronic / Electrical Equipment.
Some examples of Problems that occur due to Power Quality problems are: Automatic Resets, Data Errors, Equipment Failure, Circuit Board Failure, Memory Loss, Power Supply Problems, UPS Alarms, Software Corruption, and Overheating of Electrical Distribution systems.
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Uninterruptible power supply (UPS)
UPS can be defined as a power provider that comprises a battery which helps to continue power when power cut is there. It helps to keep the system running for some minutes and through this we can save data properly after power cut. As there are two types of UPS that is off line UPS and line interactive UPS.
Inverter is an electronic gadget which is used to provide supply by converting direct current into alternating current. Inverter is not able to provide any supply but through D.C source.
UPS VS Inverter
UPS can be used for houses, offices, and commercial or for industrial use due to its double conversion system.
Whereas inverter can’t give better results in industrial or commercial use because it is unable to bear more load. It can be used for normal lighting at homes or offices.
In UPS, the backup of power supply is rapid and doesn’t become reason of system crash or loss of data.
Whereas in inverter, the backup is not rapid and some hindrance is there due to which we faces system breakdown or data loss.
In UPS, the alternating current (A.C) is changed to direct current (D.C). This direct current helps to charge the battery.
The power is consistently drawn from battery, and thus there no crack when power outage is there. The battery quits getting charged, however the UPS proceeds with its energy supply till the battery gets totally released.
In inverter, the principle power alternating current (A.C) is supplied to the inverter and it is changed into direct current (D.C) at the same time, which continues the charging of battery. A sensor and transfer structure is there that dependably screens the OFF or ON condition of the main supply
In UPS, the time lag for back up after power cut is 3 to 8 milliseconds.
In inverter, this time lag is about 500 milliseconds.
As UPS is directly connected to different appliances
However, the inverter takes help from main power supply line for providing electricity to different appliances at offices or home.
UPS system commonly consists of three things i.e. rectifier/charger, Inverter and controller.
The inverter usually comprises of two things i.e. inverter and controller.
In UPS, there is automatic voltage regulation (AVR) which is set almost at 220 volts.
In inverter, the input voltage is as same as output voltage which is 230 volts.
UPS are more expensive due to its machinery or circuit.
Inverters are not expensive as compare to UPS.
From the above discussion it is concluded that UPS plays more beneficial role in providing supply at time and it has high backup power as compare to inverter.
UPS and Inverters are used to support power supplies when there is black out. In day by day lives, we mostly dependent on the appliances that does not work without electricity like lights, fridge, A.C, fans and many more. When there is no power supply, appliances depend on electricity stopped working. Anyhow, if there is a back up supply in proper devices like generator or inverter and UPS, you will be not bothered by black out or power cuts as you can use appliances.
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