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Stop One of the Main Reason for Computer Hardware Failure

and Computer Data Loss 

How ?

Install a UPS

 

"Uninterruptible Power Supply"

 

This is a power supply that by using its internal batteries

supplies power to your computer if there is a total

power failure or brown out.

 

 

Most computers like a line input voltage from your

 power company of between 105 volts and 125 volts.

Where voltage is the force of the electromotive force coming from

the wall sockets in your home or office.

 

 

For a view of a normally loaded and working computer system.

( See Picture #1 )

 

 

The most common power problem that causes 

hardware failure and data loss in today's computers are

Over Voltage,

  ( See Picture #2 ) 

and 

Brown Out or Low Voltage.

  ( See Picture #3 )

 

Most people think a power failure is their main worry.

( See Picture #4 )

 

This was true, 8 to 10 years ago, when computers

had huge, heavy, bulky transformer power supplies.

Now, computers use small, light weight, transistor switching

supplies that do not have the large transformers of the older systems

to supply energy during brown outs. 

 Also without the large transformer your system can not prevent power surges or

over voltage surges from damaging your sensitive computer components.

 

A simple power bar is not enough protection for todays computers.

 

Picture #1

UPS Running with Normal Input Line Voltage

In this picture, everything in this computer system is normal.

 

I/P Voltage - Input Power Voltage is 118V from your power company.

 

O/P Voltage - Output Power Voltage of 118V is supplied to your computer,

that is within the correct range.

If the O/P Output Power Voltage is under 105V or over 125V it can cause possible

computer hardware damage and computer data loss.

 

Load Level % - Amount of power being draw from the UPS, should be

below 80% on continuous basis

 

I/P Frequency - The cycles or pulsing rate of the power from your power company.

This value should be '60' HZ or cycles, but it may vary, up or down by 1 or 2,

depending on the power company's generators or

local conditions in your area.

 

O/P Frequency - The cycles or pulsing rate of the power from your UPS unit

to your computer.

This value must stay between 55 to 65 HZ or cycles or the computer's power

supply may fail.

The UPS will try to keep this value correct.

 

Picture #2

UPS Running with Input Line Over Voltage 

In this picture, everything in this computer system is normal,

because the UPS is doing its job, keeping O/P or Output Power Voltage 

within the correct values, even when the I/P or Input Power Voltage

is too high !

 

I/P Voltage - Input Power Voltage is 130V from your power company,

 a very *** high *** damaging value.

 

O/P Voltage - Output Power Voltage of 113V is supplied to your computer,

and being held to a correct value,

that is within the correct range.

 

As O/P or Output Power Voltage of under 105V or over 125V can cause possible

computer hardware damage and computer data loss.

 

The UPS is saving you from an expensive repair bill.

 

Picture #3

UPS Running with Low  Input Line Voltage

In this picture, everything in this computer system is normal,

because the UPS is doing its job, keeping O/P Output Power Voltage 

within the correct values, even when the I/P Input Power Voltage is

a low damaging value !

 

I/P Voltage - Input Power Voltage of 100V from your power company

is a very *** low *** damaging value.

 

O/P Voltage - Output Power Voltage supplied to your computer

is being held to a correct value of 114V, 

that is within the correct range.

 

As O/P Output Power Voltage of under 105V or over 125V can cause possible

computer hardware damage and computer data loss,

 

The UPS is saving you from an expensive repair bill.

 

 

Picture #4

UPS Running with A/C Input Line Failure or Power Outage

In this picture, everything in this computer system is normal,

because the UPS is doing its job, keeping O/P Output Power Voltage 

within the correct value range, even when your

power company is supplying no power to your computer !

 

The UPS will supply enough power from its batteries

for you to save and close your work,

plus

it allows  you to shut down your computer correctly.

 

I/P Voltage - Input Power Voltage is ZERO from your power company.

A breaker has blown or a plug is pulled by accident or there is a power outage.

 

O/P Voltage - Output Power Voltage of 117V is supplied to your computer

and is being held to a correct value,

that is within the correct range.

 

As O/P Output Power Voltage of under 105V or over 125V can cause possible

computer hardware damage and computer data loss,

 

The UPS is saving you from an expensive repair bill

 

and

 

the loss of that important project you just spent two hours working on.

 

Also, a lot of times a total power failure is proceed by

many brown outs and over voltage conditions,

that are slowly or quickly destroying your computer,

depending on the situation.

 

If your would like to fully protect your system

Please contact

The Business Tuner

 

All the above software and documents are for use at your own risk.

"Always make a complete image backup of

your system before adding or removing any software"

 

 You agree, as the user of these downloaded  products, 

to take full responsibility for any and all actions they perform. 

No other liability, expressed or implied

 

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