Even though computer prices are nowhere near where they were ten years ago, your computer is a significant investment and often a very crucial piece in your everyday routine. Whether you need it for school, work or just to browse the web, protecting your computer is a very important part of owning one. One often overlooked danger to your computer is electricity itself. Although surge protection is good enough in its own right to help protect your systems, an Uninterruptable Power Supply (UPS) can offer you a number of benefits that you don’t get from your standard surge protector.
Surge Protection – Your UPS will function as a surge protector that allows you to plug in a variety of electric devices. In most cases, the UPS will resemble a large power strip or cube that has several different electrical outlets for you to plug into.
Backup Power – The biggest reason that people choose a UPS over a standard surge protector is that a UPS provides backup power in the event of an outage. Each power supply comes with an internal battery that stores power for later use. Whenever the UPS loses power, it will seamlessly switch over to its backup supply. This gives you the opportunity to finish and save anything before shutting down your computer properly.
A UPS provides your computer with a versatile, and high-quality source of surge protection and backup power. This backup energy source can be used to help you safely shut down your computer, keep you connected to the internet and more depending on your individual needs. They are available in a variety of sizes, and can be installed without the help of an electrician in Los Angeles. By combining this with a whole house surge protector, installed by the technicians at H Electric (electricianlosangeles.com), you can rest assured that your valuable computing equipment is as safe as it possibly can be.