We know how important power is for living in today’s world and how to deliver it just right. Su-vastika’s UPS provides power backup to your home, office, or commercial establishment without interruption or blackout, keeping you always comfortable and connected. The Su-vastika’s UPS range is available in various power configurations to meet power backup needs according to your load requirement. Every UPS goes through strict quality control, i.e., Automated Testing Zig & comes with robust after-sales support and warranty (one of a kind replacement warranty of 24 Months). Su-vastika’s UPS allows us to live an unlimited energy lifestyle.
Many inverters still provide a square wave output which is not healthy for your appliances. Su-vastika’s UPS is designed to provide a smooth, continuous sine-wave power output to your appliances just as they require it.
2. Smart AVR (Automatic Voltage Regulation)
In developing countries, frequent voltage and frequency fluctuations in households are common occurrences. The moment voltage supply goes down below a certain level, we observe the speed of fans going slow, the blub light dimming, or the tube light blinking frequently. This is called a Low Voltage supply. Also, there are occasions when the voltage jumps high. We all may have observed that as we switch the bulb on, it goes off and gets fused as it cannot withstand a High Voltage spike.
With Smart Automatic Voltage Regulation (AVR) feature or when your mains supply voltage fluctuates (rises or drops beyond the Safe Voltage range), Our UPS seamlessly switches to the battery power, ensuring a safe power supply to all your appliances.
Because who likes to stop?
Charging section is one of the most important part of our ups. To understand the charging time one has to understand the capacity of charger which has been designed by us so that it charges the battery in the defined period. There are multiple type of Batteries available in the market which has the advantages and disadvantages and accordingly we charge them based on their characteristics. For example if we have to charge a Tubular Lead Acid battery than we have to take the minimum time of 10 hours before we completely charge it. If we try to charge faster than these Batteries will be short lived and need frequent water topping. If we have to charge the Valve Regulated Lead Acid Batteries which are called sealed Maintenance Free batteries they need to be charged in 6 to 8 hours and if we try to charge them faster than that their life is also reduced. In case of Lithium Batteries we can charge them in 2 to 4 hours and they have a life cycle nearly 5 times than that of Lead Acid Batteries. It’s very important how the charger of a UPS is designed to take care of the battery as the life of the battery will majorly dependent on the charger technology. Our UPS has the charging capacity of 15 Amp which can charge the 150 Ah battery in 10 hours .So the size of the charger is very important to check before buying any UPS. The next parameter is how the charging is done is it flat charging or it’s done in stages. In Lead Acid battery charging has to be fast till the 80 percent of the charge but rest 20 percent need little slow charging because the water is hot inside the battery when we are charging it so we need to follow a pattern by which we reduce the heating when we are charging it so that water doesn’t evaporate and the more we control the heating inside the battery life of the battery is increased.
Charging current is fed to battery bank. Battery voltage level will be increased as battery get charge. Battery Charges in this stage till its voltage level reached to bulk setting level.
2. ABSORPTION STAGE:
In this stage battery voltage held at bulk setting level for a cumulative period of one hour. Charging current reduces as battery charged to its capacity.
3. FLOAT STAGE:
In this stage battery voltage held at float setting level and charging current further reduced. Full current can be provided to loads connected to battery, during float stage from the grid.
TRANSITION FROM FLOAT TO BULK STAGE
When battery voltage drops below the float setting for a cumulative period of one hour, a new bulk cycle will be triggered. This typically occurs each night. This three stage charging process results in faster and safe recharging of battery bank without getting it over.
14. Overload & Short circuit Feature
With prolonged usage, a battery’s life gets reduced. This is what happens to every battery after multiple charge-discharge cycles, even inverter batteries. Nerds call it battery fatigue. Our UPS knows how to beat this problem too. When the battery is being used to power your home and is about to get empty (but not fully empty), Pure Sine Wave UPS places a reserve. This means it doesn’t let the battery get fully or deeply discharged, hence extending the life of the battery.
Many times when the local grid fails, you need to depend on your Domestic Power Generators. Ordinary inverters are incompatible with such ACs due to their high fluctuations. But Su-vastika’s UPS can normalize and adapt to such fluctuations, making it perfect to pair up with Domestic Generators because our UPS has a frequency bypass range of 42Hz – 55Hz.
Su-vastika UPS are capable to run at 220V/50Hz, 220V/60Hz with minor customisation. We have capacity to supply 110V/50Hz as well for our international partners.
Su-vastika UPS have option feature of Bluetooth and WiFi to manage Inverter and Battery settings online through app