When you are running a business or an organization, you know how important the data is for you. Gone were the days when people use to maintain all these crucial data in a file. Now, this all has gone digital. There are various benefits of it as data is easily accessible and manageable now. Losing such important data at once can be a nightmare for you. Therefore, almost all companies consider having a UPS [เครื่องสำรองไฟฟ้า, which is the term in Thai] so they can avoid power outage. A UPS also protects your device by avoiding a hard shutdown. This saves your component from getting permanently damaged. Blackouts and power surges are the two main causes that can damage your appliances. Both of these can be taken care of by choosing an appropriate UPS for office [ups สำนักงาน, which is the term in Thai].
Consider these factors before you make a choice:
Buying a UPS might sound quite intimidating. But once you know what to look for in a UPS, you will not face any difficulty. First, you have to list all the devices that you want to be secured from power outage and electrical surge. The list will help you to determine how much power you actually need to run all those devices when the utility power is not there. The battery running time is also one of the important factors. You should aim for at least 10 minutes of battery backup time so your employees can save their work quickly. However, after the utility power is gone, it usually takes 2-3 minutes for the company to provide power through an alternate source.
Make sure you have some space in the office:
The UPS that is required to run a single computer is quite small. It can be placed anywhere. However, when you are looking to buy one for the whole building or floor, the size might be extremely large. It is always a good idea that you first check the size of the UPS before you buy it.