UPS stands for Uninterrupted Power Supply, an electrical apparatus that provides emergency power to a load in the event of a main power source failure. A UPS is distinct from an auxiliary/emergency power system or a standby generator in that it can provide instantaneous protection for power interruptions. Because power failures can bring a plant or project to a standstill, costing significant amounts of time and money, a UPS can be a vital component to any project or operation.
DC-UPS typically derives its power from utility AC and outputs DC voltage while providing backup power from integrated batteries. UPS are typically used to protect sensitive hardware, such as computers, data centers, telecommunication equipment where power interruption could cause business disruption, data loss, or even injury. For DC systems we can provide valve regulated, modular or flooded cell systems with custom racks and single or dual chargers. For UPS systems we can provide single phase or three phase pulse width modulation (PWM) or constant voltage ferroresonant UPS systems based upon your system’s requirements.
Contact us to discuss the most cost-efficient DC-UPS solution for your business or project.
We construct large electrical integrated packages that include anything from power distribution centers (also known as Electrical Equipment Enclosures, Power Control Rooms, E-Houses, Relay and Control Enclosures, Modular Buildings) Medium and Low Voltage Switchgear, Medium and Low Voltage Motor Control, all available in Arc Resistant or Non-Arc Resistant construction or design. Relay panels and, batteries, UPS systems, bus duct, cable bus, transforms–you name it.
We work with customers that require multiple products from various trusted manufacturers. We are not focused on selling a specific manufacturer; instead, we are focused on selling the best product solution that meets the customer’s needs. Our extensive list of vendors and our ability to package allows us to do just that.
Project management is a vital part of the process. In order to make your experience with CES Integration as seamless as possible, we get our expert project managers involved from the beginning. The CESI project manager is your conduit for all of your project needs, from technical, commercial, logistics, field service to documentation. They’ll oversee your project from start to finish as they guide your team through the process and around the pitfalls.
“We gauge success by repeat business and long term relationships. We achieve success by treating people the way we want to be treated while making a very complex process easier for our customers and vendors.” – CESI Mission Statement
We recognize that our industry is technical and requires project managers who know about each step in the process. Our team of project managers comes from many different backgrounds and each brings a unique skill set to the team. Each project manager is experienced, reliable, excellent at communication and problem solving, and is equipped to handle a variety of different types of equipment.