An Uninterrupted power supply (UPS) is suitable for circuits which have a light load (low amperage) and support the most important items in your home.
We call these ‘critical electrical circuits’, such as your lighting circuits, fridge, freezer, internet and phone charging points.
For UPS systems avoid putting high energy use items such as washing machines, Kettles, Air source heat pumps, Microwaves on these circuits as they will drain your batteries quickly
or draw too much amperage for the system to cope with the load.
We re-position your critical circuits in a separate consumer unit and the power is fed to it via the battery storage unit instead of the national grid.
Your electrical circuits will function as before, but they are protected from grid failure (power cut) as they will be powered by the battery system when the grid fails.
The battery system can be charged via your:
Night time electricity