Feb 28, 2013


“  This article describes a simple UPS circuit that you can incorporate into the design of your own low power DC project to ensure continued operation during short term power failures  “.
An uninterruptible power supply (UPS) ensures the continuous operation of critical electronic equipment.They are especially necessary if you live in an area where there are frequent power failures.They are manufactured to meet a wide range of power requirements, from backing up your personal computer to keeping your entire home office (or workshop) going during a power failure. Most UPS systems are designed to transparently maintain AC power to your equipment.They provide for a smooth transition from main power to backup power and back again. There are a number of applications that have relatively low power requirements and run on DC rather than AC voltage but must also remain operational in the event of a main power failure.These include small security sensor modules, data acquisition, and status monitoring devices among others.

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