Frequently Asked Questions

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How long has Numeric been in the business of power backup?

Numeric has been in the business of power backup since 1984, providing top-notch solutions for seamless and clean power with controlled environmental footprints. As part of the Legrand Group since 2012, Numeric combines global expertise with deep local market knowledge.

What types of UPS solutions does Numeric offer?

Our wide range of power backup solutions includes Plug N Play UPS, Line Interactive UPS, Single Phase UPS, Three Phase UPS, and Modular UPS solutions for uninterrupted business continuity.

What UPS is ideal for businesses with fluctuating power requirements?

Depending on the nature of your business and requirements, you can choose the right solution using our configurator tool and get the right recommendations.

Are the solutions offered by Numeric, sustainable?

Sustainability lies at the heart of everything that we do. Following the circular economy principles through responsible design, green procurement methods, and alternative raw materials, we are committed to providing reliable, energy-efficient, and sustainable power backup solutions that are PEP-certified for uninterrupted business continuity.

What is the capacity range of Numeric's UPS solutions in kVA?

With power backup options ranging from 600 VA to 2.1 MW, Numeric provides a diverse selection of UPS systems to match varying power needs. For specific details on the kVA capacity of a particular Numeric UPS solution, kindly explore the product E-catalogue or reach out to our customer support.

Where can I get more information about the product?

We offer a variety of resources on our website, including brochures, quick installation guides, user manuals with specifications, and drawings to assist you. Feel free to explore these materials for comprehensive information on product pages.

How can I determine the appropriate size of the UPS needed?

Selecting the right UPS size is crucial for protecting your electronics from power disruptions. By accurately calculating your power requirements and choosing the appropriate UPS capacity, you can ensure a reliable and efficient backup power solution. Explore our Configurator tool to get the right recommendations based on your requirements.

Are there specific guidelines for selecting the UPS size based on my equipment?

Yes, most electronic devices provide information about their power requirements in watts or VA. Add the power ratings of all the devices you intend to connect to the UPS, and select a UPS with a capacity that surpasses this total.

What if I have additional devices in the future?

It is recommended to account for potential future additions when choosing a UPS. Select a UPS with a capacity that not only covers your current needs but also allows for scalability.

Can I get assistance in determining the right UPS size for my setup?

Indeed, our SWAT team is ready to help you determine the optimal UPS size for your setup. If you have specific questions or need guidance, feel free to enquire for assistance.

What is the main difference between Online and Offline UPS?

An online UPS continuously supplies power through the rectifier and inverter circuit, while an offline UPS directly supplies power to the load circuit from the mains and switches to the backup source only when the mains power fails.

When should I choose an Online UPS over an Offline UPS?

Choose an Online UPS for critical applications like data centers, telecommunications, and medical equipment, where seamless, zero-transfer-time power is essential, even with a higher cost. Opt for an Offline UPS in scenarios where a slight transfer time delay is acceptable, and cost is a key consideration, making it suitable for relatively less sensitive electronic equipment.

Can a UPS by Numeric handle sensitive electronic equipment?

Yes, Numeric UPS solutions are designed to protect sensitive electronic devices, including computers, servers, and networking equipment.

What's The Difference Between a Critical and Non-Critical Load?

Critical loads directly affect an organization's ability to maintain key operations and must be kept ON under any circumstances whereas non-critical loads can afford a slight delay in powering up during power outage as they are not essential to the organization's operations. Hence, before finalizing a UPS solution, assessing critical loads becomes imperative to safeguard essential operations effectively.

What is the role of an isolation transformer in a UPS system?

An isolation transformer is used to provide galvanic isolation, protecting against electric shock, suppressing electrical noise, and enabling power transfer between two circuits that must not be connected.

How can I choose a UPS with an Isolation Transformer for my specific needs?

When selecting a UPS with an Isolation Transformer, consider factors such as load capacity, input/output voltage requirements, and the level of protection needed. For personalized assistance or guidance, our SWAT team is available to help.

Can I easily scale up my power backup systems as my business grows?

Yes, our power backup solutions are designed with scalability in mind. Our Modular UPS solutions allow for seamless expansion, enabling you to adapt to changing power needs without significant disruptions.

Can I purchase a Numeric UPS online?

Yes, you can purchase our robust and energy-efficient power backup solutions from our #onestopEshop, India's first online platform with the widest range of UPS, spanning from 600 VA to 40 kVA. With exciting offers, secure payment options, and hassle-free delivery, our commitment of we have you covered extends beyond the transaction, offering uninterrupted service. Visit: shop.numericups.com.

Can the UPS offered by us, be used for home applications?

We at Numeric, offer UPS solutions suitable for both residential and commercial applications, ensuring seamless power backup for essential devices for uninterrupted productivity. You can now shop our solutions catering to home users here.

How can I identify the right UPS for my home usage?

Leverage our user-friendly easy guide to choose the right UPS based on the specific application for which you require power backup. It will assist you in finding the right UPS and help you in facilitating online purchases. Explore Home User - Shop By User on shop.numericups.com.

Are there any discounts or promotions available for online purchases?

For any information on the offers, and discounts, stay tuned to our E-Shop. You can also avail them during the checkout process, where the applicable promotional offers will be mentioned.

Is there any warranty on Numeric UPS purchased online?

All our products are accompanied by a standard warranty of either one or two years, and this detail will be accessible on the product page.

How can I initiate a request for installation for a UPS purchased online?

Typically, an automated installation process will begin upon your product purchase. If you haven't received any communication, you can also reach out to our customer care: 0484-3103266 / 0484-4723266.

What is a UPS site survey and why do we need a UPS site survey?

A UPS site survey identifies potential concerns, including power quality issues, electrical noise, industry-specific considerations, and environmental factors, which might impact the optimal performance of the UPS system. A UPS site survey is essential to ensure the accurate sizing, configuration, and installation of the UPS system, ensuring reliable and efficient power protection. Our SWAT team conducts thorough site assessments to tailor solutions precisely to your unique needs.

What is UPS efficiency and why is it important?

UPS efficiency is a measure of how effectively a UPS system transforms incoming electrical power into usable output power. UPS efficiency is a critical factor in UPS selection, as it directly influences the total cost of ownership (TCO) and substantially impacts electricity costs. Opting for higher efficiency translates to lower operating costs and reduced energy waste, aligning with both economic and environmental considerations.

How does Numeric prioritize UPS efficiency in its product offerings?

We are committed to delivering energy-efficient power backup solutions, our products boast a high-efficiency PWM sine-wave topology and high crest factor for overall excellent performance. Our UPS systems undergo rigorous testing to ensure optimal efficiency, providing our customers with reliable power protection while minimizing energy consumption.

What is power factor and how does it impact the capacity of the UPS?

Power Factor, in relation to a UPS, measures the efficiency of electrical power conversion. It is the difference between actual energy consumed (Watts) and the apparent power (Volts multiplied by Amps) in an AC circuit. It is calculated as a decimal or percentage between 0-1 pf and 0-100% i.e., 0.9 pF = 90%. The Power Factor directly affects the effective capacity of a UPS. A higher Power Factor enables the UPS to handle a larger load efficiently, ensuring more active power to meet the power demands of connected devices without compromising performance.

What role does Power Factor play in energy efficiency?

Power Factor is integral to energy efficiency. UPS systems with a higher Power Factor utilize electrical power more efficiently, minimizing energy wastage. This not only contributes to cost savings but also aligns with sustainable and eco-friendly practices.

What is a rack tower UPS?

A rack tower UPS can be mounted either in a standard equipment rack or used as a standalone tower unit and typically have a flat, rectangular shape. This flexibility allows users to choose the form factor that best suits their specific needs and available space.

What are the key advantages of rack-mount UPS systems?

Rack-mount UPS units are space-efficient, making them ideal for data centers and server rooms. They offer easy scalability as your power requirement grows. Additionally, rack-mount UPS systems often feature hot-swappable batteries and other modular components for simplified maintenance.

Can I convert a rack-mount UPS into a tower UPS, or vice versa?

Yes. Our solutions like Premius and Daker DK are designed with convertible form factors, allowing you to use them as either a rack-mount or tower UPS. However, it is advisable to select the UPS form factor that aligns with your installation requirements.

Plug N Play UPS

Do I need any technical expertise to install a Numeric Plug N Play UPS?

No technical expertise is required for our Plug N Play UPS solutions as they are designed for easy installation by any user. The user-friendly design ensures a seamless setup without the need for specialized knowledge.

Can I move a Numeric Plug N Play UPS to a different location easily?

Yes, the compact footprint and easy mobility of our Plug N Play UPS make it effortless to move to different locations within your home or office. The simple plug-and-play design ensures flexibility without compromising on power protection.

Are the Plug N Play UPS systems compatible with different electronic devices?

Yes, our Plug N Play UPS solutions are designed to be compatible with a wide range of electronic devices, including computers, routers, modems, and other equipment. They offer comprehensive protection for your valuable electronics.

What is the advantage of the Plug N Play feature for businesses with multiple workstations?

The Plug N Play feature is advantageous for businesses with multiple workstations as it simplifies the deployment of UPS systems across various setups. It eliminates the need for complex installations, saving time and effort.

How does the automatic voltage regulation (AVR) feature enhance performance in Plug N Play UPS?

The automatic voltage regulation (AVR) feature in our Plug N Play UPS like Digital 1000 Plus-V ensures a stable and regulated power supply. It protects connected devices from voltage fluctuations, enhancing overall performance and extending the lifespan of the electronic equipment.

Do we offer different capacity options for Plug N Play UPS systems?

Yes, we provide a range of capacity options for Plug N Play UPS systems with in-built battery, to cater to different power requirements. Users can choose the appropriate capacity based on their specific needs.

What is a UPS for a Wi-Fi router, and why do I need it?

A UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) for a Wi-Fi router is a device that provides power backup to the Wi-Fi routers in case of a power outage. A Wi-Fi router UPS will prevent your router from shutting down and losing its connection to the internet.

How does a UPS for a Wi-Fi router work?

Intizon Mini UPS for Wi-Fi Router works by providing uninterrupted power backup in the event of a power cut. It also provides clean power in case of power surges and protects the router. This ensures that your internet is on and uninterrupted.

Can this mini-UPS be used for any Wi-Fi router?

The Intizon Mini UPS for Wi-Fi Router is compact, lightweight, and comes with an additional output adapter, making it compatible with all major 12V rated Wi-Fi routers.

What is the average back up time of Intizon Mini UPS?

The Intizon Mini router UPS provides up to 4 hours of battery backup for your Wi-Fi router, depending on the power consumption of the router

How do I connect my WiFi router to Intizon Mini UPS?

Intizon Mini router UPS comes with easy Plug-n-Play installation. For more information, refer to the user manual.

Can I use Intizon mini-UPS for other devices besides my WiFi router?

Yes. Apart from providing power backup for your Wi-Fi router, Intizon is also ideal for set-top boxes, baby monitors, smart speakers, Wi-Fi range extenders, CCTV cameras, door phones, cordless/VoIP phones, intercom systems, biometric access devices, POS machines and other smart devices.

What should I do if my Intizon Mini UPS doesn't work?

In case of any troubleshooting, you can reach out to the service support team.

Is Intizon Mini UPS for Wi-Fi routers covered by warranty?

The Intizon UPS comes with one year warranty. Click Here to register for a warranty. Read the warranty document carefully.

How can I purchase it online?

You can now shop the Intizon Mini UPS for Wi-Fi Router online on shop.numericups.com

Does Intizon require installation support?

The Intizon Wi-Fi router UPS is easy to install and requires no installation. Refer to our setup guide placed inside the box for more information.

Single Phase UPS

What power requirements do single-phase UPS systems typically cover?

Single-phase UPS systems are designed to meet power requirements up to 20 kVA, offering a robust solution for a diverse range of applications. From safeguarding critical electronics to ensuring seamless operations, these systems provide reliability with a compact footprint. Explore our range of single-phase UPS for your power needs up to 20 kVA.

What is the difference between single phase and three phase UPS?

Single-phase UPS systems are suitable for smaller, lower-power applications, while three-phase UPS systems are ideal for larger installations with critical loads and equipment requiring higher voltage levels and power efficiency. Single-phase and three-phase UPS systems differ in the number of conductors, sine waves, voltage, and the types of loads they typically support. Single-phase has one conductor, and three-phase has three. Single-phase gives one sine wave; three-phase offers three, 120° phase shift in voltage & current. These details shape your decision to purchase a UPS based on your requirements. Explore our solutions.

What are the typical applications of single-phase UPS systems?

Single-phase UPS systems are ideal for businesses with minimal power demands, providing reliable backup power and protection against power surges and outages. They are commonly used for servers, telecoms, computer systems, network switches, ATMs and any device that runs directly from a standard three-pin plug. Additionally, they are also used in residential homes and businesses, making single-phase UPS systems a great option for seamless operations.

What are the benefits of using a single-phase UPS?

Single-phase UPS systems provide reliable power backup with a compact footprint, are easy to install and maintain, and are ideal for diverse segments like banking, education, business, Infrastructure, residential, and more.

Are single-phase UPS systems suitable for small businesses?

Yes, single-phase UPS systems are suitable for small businesses with minimal power demands, providing reliable backup power and protection against power surges and outages.

What is a double conversion in a UPS?

A double conversion in a UPS is a system that provides a stable and consistent supply of power to critical loads by converting incoming utility power to DC power, then back to AC power. In a true double conversion online UPS, the inverter is always on, offering a secure, stable power supply necessary for industries requiring uninterrupted uptime, such as data centers, hospitals, and manufacturing facilities.

What are the advantages of true double conversion online power protection?

True double conversion online power protection like Valura and Onfiniti, ensures a consistent and clean power supply to the connected equipment enabling better runtime, and protecting it from power disturbances and outages.

How does a generator-compatible UPS enhance reliability?

A generator-compatible UPS like Onfiniti enhances reliability by seamlessly switching to generator power when needed. Generator-compatible UPS systems are versatile and find applications in various critical environments such as data centers, healthcare facilities, and other settings where continuous and reliable power is essential.

Three Phase UPS

What is a Three-Phase UPS?

A Three-Phase UPS is a power backup solution engineered for industrial and commercial environments. Its seamless power distribution, facilitated by multiple wire designs, added with the benefit of load balancing, enhances efficiency. It regulates and ensures a stable power supply by managing three phases of electrical power, offering reliability and scalability for critical applications, thereby ensuring uninterrupted business continuity.

What role does a Three-Phase UPS play in power quality optimization?

A Three-Phase UPS regulates power quality by maintaining voltage levels, minimizing fluctuations, and ensuring a stable and reliable power supply by delivering conditioned power.

What industries benefit from Three-Phase UPS solutions?

Three-phase UPS solutions are ideal for a range of industries, including manufacturing, data centers, healthcare, infrastructure, IT & ITES, and commercial hubs. They address the diverse power protection needs of critical equipment in these sectors.

What are the key considerations when choosing a Three-Phase UPS for a Data Center?

Key considerations include high power availability, compact footprint, scalability, redundancy, energy efficiency, and the ability to handle varying loads. We offer agile solutions catering especially to meet Data Center requirements.

Why is supporting high-density configurations important for UPS systems in Lean Data Centers?

Lean Data Centers often rely on high-density server configurations to maximize space and resource utilization. A robust UPS system like Keor XPE efficiently handles substantial power demands associated with high-density setups.

What are the common issues that can be addressed with a three-phase UPS solution?

A three-phase UPS solution is good at resolving various common power-related challenges. It efficiently tackles issues such as power fluctuations and harmonics, ensures reliable power backup, maintains constant voltage and frequency, and effectively manages maximum kW loading. This comprehensive approach makes it a robust choice for addressing diverse power concerns in industrial and commercial environments.

Can a Three-Phase UPS be customized for specific power requirements?

Yes, our Three-Phase UPS solutions are customizable to meet specific power capacity and redundancy requirements. We offer a range of options to ensure the UPS system aligns perfectly with your application needs.

What is energy efficiency and how is it calculated in UPS?

Energy efficiency in UPS systems refers to the effectiveness of converting electrical power from the source into usable power for connected equipment. It is a measure of how well the UPS minimizes energy losses during the conversion process. Energy efficiency in UPS is calculated using the formula: Efficiency(%)=(Output Power/Input Power)x100. This formula compares the power delivered to the connected equipment (output power) to the power drawn from the electrical source (input power).

How does Three-Phase UPS contribute to energy efficiency?

The Three-Phase UPS significantly contributes to energy efficiency by maintaining balanced loads at the output, aligning the intake of input power. This approach results in reduced power consumption, achieved through the optimization of electrical resources using advanced components like semiconductors, PCBs, and heat sink devices. Beyond lowering operational costs, this strategy minimizes environmental impact, showcasing the system's commitment to sustainable and resource-efficient power management.

What is PEP certification for UPS and how does it contribute to energy efficiency in UPS systems?

PEP (Product Environmental Profile) certification for UPS is a standardized process that assesses and certifies the environmental impact of UPS systems throughout their lifecycle. It includes factors such as energy efficiency, materials used, and end-of-life considerations. PEP certification evaluates the energy efficiency of UPS systems, considering factors such as power consumption during operation and standby modes. This information helps consumers choose energy-efficient products, reducing overall energy consumption and operational costs. Explore our PEP-certified solutions that are built on the idea of a circular economy, through responsible design, green procurement methods, and the use of alternative raw materials.

What is a Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) and how does the TCO factor into UPS selection?

Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) is a critical factor in the selection of a UPS as it accounts for all costs associated with ownership over the system's lifecycle, including installation, maintenance, and energy consumption. TCO analysis helps in understanding the true cost of ownership beyond the initial purchase price, enabling organizations to make informed and cost-effective investment decisions. Considering TCO is crucial when selecting a UPS as it accounts for all costs associated with ownership, including installation, maintenance, and energy consumption over its lifecycle.

What is a Monolithic UPS?

A Monolithic UPS is a single, integrated unit that lines all the essential components, including the rectifier, inverter, battery, and control systems. It provides a compact and efficient power protection solution for various applications.

What are the advantages of Monolithic UPS systems?

Monolithic UPS systems are easy to install, low on maintenance and easy to operate. They are space-efficient, cost-effective for smaller power capacities, and provide integrated solutions for reliable power protection.

Are Monolithic UPS systems suitable for scalable applications?

While Monolithic UPS systems are excellent for smaller to high-end critical applications offering versatility for various load types. However, when it comes to scalability and space efficiency, they may present limitations compared to modular designs. For growing power requirements, modular UPS systems may be a more suitable choice in Data centre applications.

What is a Modular UPS?

A Modular UPS consists of independent modules that operate in horizontal and vertical AL paralleling creating inter-module redundancy. These modules share the load, providing scalability, flexibility, and enhanced reliability for applications with changing power requirements.

How does Modular UPS differ from Monolithic UPS?

Unlike Monolithic UPS, which is a single integrated unit, Modular UPS comprises separate modules that can be added or removed for scalability without the need of shutdown. This design offers greater flexibility and ease of expansion.

How does redundancy work in a Modular UPS system?

For enhanced reliability and uninterrupted operations, data centers and enterprise businesses are explore our modular UPS systems like Keor MOD and Trimod HE with varying module capacities. These systems offer notable benefits, particularly in adaptability to changing needs, and establishing redundancy through N+ configurations. In the event of a failure, this setup ensures an impressive level of uptime, aligning with the highest standards for Mean Time to Repair (MTTR).

What is redundancy in a UPS system?

Redundancy in a UPS refers to the inclusion of additional components or backup systems to ensure continued power supply in the event of a failure. It is a critical feature to enhance reliability and minimize downtime.

What types of redundancy configurations are common in UPS systems?

Common redundancy configurations include N, N+1, and 2N. N signifies the basic level of redundancy, N+1 indicates an additional backup component, and 2N signifies a fully redundant system with two independent systems operating simultaneously.

How does N+1 redundancy work in a UPS?

N+1 redundancy means having one extra component beyond what is necessary to support the load. In the event of a failure, the redundant component takes over, ensuring continuity of power supply while the faulty component is addressed.

How does redundancy impact system maintenance?

Redundancy allows for the maintenance or replacement of components without disrupting power supply. With redundant systems in place, maintenance activities can be performed on one part of the system while the other components continue to provide power.

What measures can be taken to ensure the effectiveness of redundancy in a UPS system?

Regular testing, monitoring, and maintenance of redundant components are essential to ensure their effectiveness. Periodic checks help identify and address potential issues before they impact the system's reliability.

What is an Isolation Transformer in a Three-Phase UPS?

An Isolation Transformer in a Three-Phase UPS provides electro mechanical isolation between the input and output, ensuring protection against electrical noise and enhancing system reliability by isolating both input source & output load providing isolated neutral.

What does ECO mode in UPS signify?

ECO mode, short for Economy mode, is a functionality integrated into UPS systems to enhance energy efficiency. When activated, this high efficiency bypasses the internal inverter and battery charger of the UPS, enabling the direct supply of utility power to the connected load. This direct link eliminates the power conversion losses typically associated with conventional UPS operation, leading to decreased energy consumption and optimal efficiency, especially during periods of low power demand.

How does ECO mode contribute to energy savings?

ECO mode optimizes efficiency by allowing the UPS to operate with higher efficiency levels during stable power conditions, reducing energy consumption and operational costs.

What advantages does a Three-Phase UPS with an Isolation Transformer provide?

A Three-Phase UPS with an Isolation Transformer delivers added protection, improved power quality, and enhanced safety for critical connected loads. It offers numerous benefits:

  • Harmonic Mitigation: Mitigates harmonics, preventing their impact on sensitive loads and the distribution system.
  • Improved Safety: Provides galvanic isolation, enhancing safety by isolating output power from input power, safeguarding against electric shock, and suppressing electrical noise to sensitive devices.
  • Voltage Regulation: Acts as a step-up/step-down voltage converter, ensuring the UPS output voltage matches the required level for connected loads.
  • Fault Current Limitation: Limits fault current, crucial for safeguarding the UPS and connected equipment from electrical disturbances and faults.
  • Neutral-Earth Isolation: Maintains the traditional neutral-earth reference, preventing phase voltage rises and potential damage to sensitive single-phase loads during the transition.
82.Can a Three-Phase UPS handle scalability for growing power demands?

A Three-Phase UPS can handle scalability for growing power demands by offering flexibility, redundancy, and cost-effective deployment, making it a suitable choice for businesses with evolving power requirements.

What are the benefits of Decentralized Parallel Architecture in UPS Systems?

Decentralized parallel architecture (DPA) refers to a design approach that distributes power protection and backup capabilities across multiple UPS units in a decentralized manner. It offers a more modular, scalable, reliable, and cost-effective solution than centralized systems. Our solutions like Keor MOD use DPA with three-level IGBT technology and dual protection. This provides even greater reliability and performance than traditional DPA systems.

Service Solutions

How can I contact Numeric UPS customer support?

You can contact our customer support through our website or write an email to helpdesk@numericups.com or reach out to our customer service at - 0484-3103266 / 0484-4723266

What is the warranty period for UPS products?

The warranty period varies by product. Please check the specific product documentation or contact our support team for details. For more information, visit our warranty page.

Do you offer on-site installation services?

Yes, we offer on-site installation services to ensure proper setup and configuration of your UPS system.

How often should I perform maintenance on my Numeric UPS?

Regular maintenance of your UPS is recommended. Refer our user guide for more information on routine checks to ensure optimal performance.

Does Numeric provide extended warranty options?

Yes, we offer extended warranty options to provide additional coverage beyond the standard warranty period. For more information, contact our SWAT team or visit our website.

Is there a Numeric UPS service center near me?

We take pride in having the largest service infrastructure in the industry with 250+ company-owned service centers, and over 1200 service professionals including 900+ trained field technicians. We ensure maximum uptime, easy access and timely maintenance. You can find the nearest service center on our website or contact customer support for assistance.

What should I do if my Numeric UPS is not functioning properly?

If you encounter issues, with the UPS refer to the troubleshooting guide in the product manual or contact our support team for assistance.

What safety precautions should I observe with my UPS?

Our UPS solutions offered are safe to use when they are installed and operated properly. However, it is essential to observe certain precautions, including:

  • Avoid overloading the UPS
  • Never unplug the UPS while it is powered on
  • Do not use the UPS in wet or dusty environments
  • Do not attempt to repair the UPS yourself
  • Always get your UPS serviced by authorised Numeric service expert only
What should I do if my UPS starts to malfunction?

If your UPS starts to malfunction, you should unplug it immediately and contact our service support team immediately.

What types of batteries are compatible with a Numeric UPS?

Numeric UPS systems support various battery options, including Sealed Maintenance-Free (SMF) or Valve Regulated Lead Acid (VRLA), Thin Plate Pure Lead (TPPL), and Lithium-Ion batteries. To ensure the best fit for your specific UPS model and requirements, we recommend consulting with our technical team for a feasibility check and assistance.

Where can we have our batteries replaced?

For battery replacement services, you can contact our customer support team. Our trained technicians will ensure a seamless and reliable replacement, maintaining the optimal performance of your equipment.

What parameters should be regularly monitored to extend battery life?

To enhance battery longevity, it is crucial to frequently monitor key parameters, including battery voltage, current, impedance, and temperature. Keeping a close eye on these factors allows for proactive maintenance and ensures optimal performance over an extended lifespan.

What factors should be taken into consideration when choosing a battery?

Selecting the right battery involves considering crucial factors such as:

  • Battery Capacity: Tailored to your specific backup time requirements.
  • Battery Lifespan: Understanding the expected longevity of the battery.
  • Warranty: Ensuring a reliable and comprehensive warranty for peace of mind.
  • Maintenance Requirements: Evaluating the level of maintenance needed for optimal performance.
How can we effectively monitor battery life and plan for replacements?

Numeric's Battery Health Monitoring System offers 24/7 monitoring for each individual battery connected to a UPS. By providing accurate details and timely alerts, it analyses the lifespan of the connected batteries. This proactive approach enables you to plan battery bank replacements well in advance, ensuring uninterrupted power reliability.