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Unless you’re well-versed in wattage, batteries, dirty power, and other aspects of power, buying a new UPS system can be a confusing endeavor. What options are available? How do you know which is best for your environment? The following advice and tips aim to ease the task and ensure you get the best solution.

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Laura Viars, senior sourcing specialist at Rackmount Solutions says most relevant UPS technologies are readily accessible in terms of capacity and pricing. Applicable technologies include online systems, automatic voltage regulation, and remote management, which are available in various systems often at a “reasonable price when considering the functionality,” she says.

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Published: April 19, 2013
Last Revised: May 1, 2013

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