While working in a computer, the matter which often irritates is – power cut. Particularly, the power cut, at the time of sending E-mails, will lead to loss of files. If the file seems to be more important, it also creates disappointment. It not only affects industries, but also affects individual persons. The power cut and power fluctuation often becomes a major problem in India. So, to avoid these problems, we go for Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS).
Role of UPS:
UPS supplies power to a computer during the times of power cut and secures the computer from sudden power interruption – which might damage the internal sensitive chips of a computer. The UPS acts as a conveyor of current when there is power supply. If there is no power supply, UPS comes into role and acts as a power supplying source.
How to connect a UPS?
When connecting a UPS, the connection to the CPU of a computer is given via a UPS. ie, the main power supply is given to the UPS and the power for the CPU comes from the UPS. This way of connection is employed to make the UPS to get charged when there is supply from the mains. When there is no supply, the UPS uses the stored charge to supply the computer. The method of connecting a UPS is explained by the figure:
On reading this, the reader may get a doubt that – Electricity can be stored only in the form of D.C. But, the computer works only with A.C supply. Then, how does the A.C energy get stored; and how do this stored D.C gets converted as the supplying A.C? It is because of the internal parts of the UPS.
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