Rack-mounted UPSs are specifically designed to easily fit in racks. They can be mounted in racks with width as small as 19″ and generally fits in rack spaces with a height anywhere between 1U/44 mm and 12U/528 mm. A rack-mount UPS supplies uninterrupted power to the connected devices in the event of a power failure, thereby preventing failure of equipment and loss of data. It also takes care of the cooling of hardware components in the rack.A rack-mount UPS is ideal for workplaces with networking and server applications.
A rack-mount UPS, just like any other UPS, consists of a battery, inverter and rectifier. These three components work in close collaboration to ensure the smooth functioning of the UPS.
These UPSs are connected to the main power input while the hardware components are connected to the outlets of the UPS. When main power is available the devices get powered from the mains and the battery of the UPS gets charged. A rectifier takes in the AC power from the mains and converts it into DC power, which is then stored in the battery of the UPS.
In the event of a power failure, DC power stored in the battery is converted to AC power by the inverter. It then supplies AC power to the hardware components that are connected to the outlets of the rack-mount UPS.
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