UPS Services
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TECHMASTERS ZAMBIA LIMITED is the leading company in UPS service provision. UPS supplies, Installation, Maintenance and Repairs are one of the strongest areas of operation of Techmasters Zambia Limited. The vast experience our technical team has enables us to attend to any UPS and Inverter problem..

Types of UPS to choose from

  • Online UPS.
  • An On-line UPS is a type of uninterruptible power supply that utilises either a double or delta conversion technology. With double conversion, network equipment does not receive electricity directly from the AC outlet. Instead, AC power travels to a rectifer, where it becomes DC power. Next, it travels to the battery, and then an inverter. After inversion back to AC, the power is delivered to equipment. With this online UPS device process, computing equipment receives continually clean power. With delta conversion, a certain amount of power is sent to run computers, routers and other equipment directly.

  • Line-interactive UPS.
  • A Line interactive UPS is one type of uninterruptible power source that can regulate voltage automatically. The line-interactive technology responds to high and low voltage conditions. Units also support systems during outages without battery drainage. With a line-interactive UPS, the electrical source is the first line of power. However, an inverter/converter technology allows for the unit’s battery to be charged throughout normal operations. During an outage, this Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) converts battery power to AC flow for device delivery.

  • Standby UPS.
  • The basic Standby UPS is an uninterruptible power source that delivers short-term, battery-sourced power during outages. With this category of UPS, hardware receives utility power, under normal conditions, through a direct AC connection. The standby unit and its inverter are essentially on hold until backup power is needed. Depending upon the model, a standby UPS device can also safeguard data and sensitive equipment from surges, spikes, and dips. Compact devices are available for home network protection. A Standby UPS is commonly used to protect computers, modems, VoIP equipment, and other hardware.