Power dips are not full blown power cuts but a temporary (often less than 2 seconds) reduction in power. Only an Uninterruptible Power Supply will prevent your equipment from “seeing” the power dip and affecting your operations.
Traditional battery UPS will quite happily cope with power dips but are only suitable for clean loads such as IT comms and server rooms. For any disruptive load such as motors (i.e. your whole building load) a flywheel rotary UPS is the only real solution.
For more information on how a rotary UPS’ works click here.
Piller are one of the two main rotary flywheel UPS systems available in the UK (the other one being Active Power). PowerContinuity are able to provide both solutions depending on your preference or to suit your site specific requirements.
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