What is the difference between Shante UPS uninterruptible power supply and voltage stabilized power supply?I believe that friends engaged in UPS UPS UPS production or sales may more or less encounter the problem of regulated power supply. Many new friends have such questions. What is the difference between UPS UPS UPS and regulated power supply? Today UPS UPS UPS manufacturers share the difference between UPS UPS and regulated power supply.
To understand the difference between UPS uninterruptible power supply and regulated power supply, first of all, we need to know what UPS uninterruptible power supply is. Next, we will explain the working principle of UPS uninterruptible power supply.
When the grid voltage is normal, UPS uninterruptible power supply will supply the voltage of the city power to the load after stabilizing the voltage. At the same time, it will charge the batteries in the machine as a backup power supply. When the grid voltage is abnormal, UPS uninterruptible power supply converts DC power of battery pack into AC power through inverters to maintain the power supply to load. Thus, UPS uninterruptible power supply can realize automatic conversion between power supply and battery supply, ensuring uninterrupted load supply. As for the appropriate switching time, it depends on the occasion of UPS uninterruptible power supply application. If it is used in general computers, the switching time is acceptable within 10ms. If it is used in precise communication equipment or computer equipment, no power outage is allowed. Therefore, 0 switching is needed at this time. Therefore, when purchasing UPS uninterruptible power supply, we should know where we are using it.
Voltage stabilized power supply is different. Voltage stabilized power supply can automatically adjust the output voltage. It can stabilize the voltage equipment which fluctuates greatly and does not meet the requirements within a set range, and provide rated voltage for various electrical equipment to ensure that electrical equipment works under normal voltage. From this we can see that the regulated power supply has the following functions
1. Stable Voltage:
Voltage stabilized power supply can respond quickly in 10-30 ms when the grid voltage fluctuates instantaneously, compensate the voltage amplitude and stabilize it within (+2%).
2. Multifunctional comprehensive protection:
In addition to stabilizing the voltage, the regulated power supply can play a protective role in over-voltage, under-voltage, short-circuit overload and so on.
3. Spike suppression (optional)
When sharp pulses with high amplitude and narrow pulse width appear in the power grid, electronic components are easy to break down due to low voltage withstand. The anti-surge components of the regulated power supply can suppress such sharp pulses very well.
In addition, the regulated power supply has the functions of isolating conductive EMI electromagnetic interference and lightning protection, and it is also widely used in data equipment.
Thus, the difference between UPS uninterruptible power supply and regulated power supply is obvious. The main function of UPS uninterruptible power supply is to provide standby power supply for load. The main function of the regulated power supply is to stabilize the voltage, so that the power supply equipment works normally under the rated voltage. Above is the UPS UPS UPS UPS manufacturers for you to share, I hope to help you.