How long has it been since your uninterruptible power supply (UPS) was inspected? If you can’t remember, it’s time to schedule an inspection. Aging UPSs can become a liability in the event of a power outage, as they may not be able to provide the protection your business needs. In this blog post, we’ll discuss the importance of routine inspections and how to maintain your UPS for maximum protection.
Here are some indicators that it’s time to schedule an inspection for your UPS:
It’s been more than five years – Just like any other piece of equipment, UPSs have a lifespan. Depending on the model and make, your UPS could last anywhere from five to 15 years. If it’s been more than five years since your last inspection, it’s time to have another one done.
You’ve never had an inspection – Even if your UPS is relatively new, it’s important to have an inspection done. This will help ensure that it’s in good working condition and can provide the protection your business needs.
You’ve had a power outage – If you’ve experienced a power outage, it’s a good idea to have your UPS inspected. Even if the UPS did its job and kept your equipment powered, there may be underlying issues that need to be addressed.
It’s beeping! – If your UPS is beeping, it’s definitely time to have an inspection. This could be a sign of a problem with the battery or another issue that needs to be addressed.
An inspection of your UPS will include a visual inspection of the unit and its components, as well as a test of the battery backup. This will help ensure that your UPS is in good working condition and can provide the protection you need in the event of a power outage.
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