Standby power at airports operates by transforming AC power into DC power, which is then inverted and supplied to the power load. The power rectifier system, working with the UPS, safeguards the load from voltage fluctuations, ensuring smooth and continuous operation of power supplies.
Under normal conditions, an airport's industrial UPS system charges batteries and supplies DC power to the load. In case of a power failure, the inverter switches to battery power to keep critical airport operations running until the power supply is restored or the batteries reach minimum DC levels. Upon power restoration, the rectifier mechanism resumes and the standby power system operates seamlessly without disrupting airport operations.
When choosing an airport UPS system, focus on factors like efficiency and durability to find the best option. Our team recommends various UPS systems that can meet the demands of airport operations. If you need further guidance, request a quote and contact us. Our experienced team is well-equipped to provide consultancy and answer any questions you have about UPS systems for airports.
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