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Why Purchase an Australian Uninterruptible Power Supply

There’s no denying the fact that electricity has made our lives better and almost everything we do, from running our businesses to performing everyday chores at home depend on a constant supply of electricity. Every household has electrical appliances that serve an important function, whereas businesses utilize computing and network systems to deliver goods and services to customers.

Now, what would happen if the power goes out all of a sudden? Not only will everything be disrupted, but our equipment might be damaged in the process. Power outages, voltage fluctuations, and brownouts are quite common in Australia, so you need to buy a UPS system that is designed according to the region such as the one manufactured by Power Shield. Here are a few reasons why an Australian UPS is required.

·        Power Outages are Common in Australia

Unless you have been living under a rock, you might be aware that on 16th January 2007, more than 200,000 people were affected by a total power blackout in Victoria. In 2010 on 30th of January, the power went out for 10 hours after lightning struck some power transmission lines. Hence, buying an Australian UPS has become a necessity.

·        Compliance with the Australian Market

Australian UPS systems like the ones produced by Power Shield are designed according to the electrical specifications and requirements of Australia, whereas other Australian manufacturers follow the specifications of the European and American markets.

All the sockets present in the UPS conform to the necessary Australian specifications. Furthermore, in the Australian UPS industry, Power Shield UPS systems possess the highest surge rating.

·        Inexpensive when Compared

As compared to other UPS brands, Power Shield UPS systems are affordable and they offer the same features at lower price. This makes them an excellent investment for your home or business.

·        Get a Warranty

UPS systems are often quite expensive to repair and replace; hence, it’s better to get one with a warranty period. Power Shield UPS systems come with a standard warranty period of 2 years. Additionally, you can also purchase an extended warranty. The surge boards also receive a free replacement if they develop a fault.

·        Easy to Install

Australian UPS systems are generally easy to install and use, especially the ones provided by Power Shield are simple plug-and-play devices. You can also replace their batteries conveniently.

If you are considering buying an Australian UPS for home or business, purchase a UPS designed and manufactured according to the requirements, specifications, and conditions of the region. Power Shield is Australia’s largest UPS manufacturer and is aimed at providing reliable, efficient, and clean quality power to its customers. For more information regarding our UPS systems, you can contact us via email or call us at 1300 305 393.