Understanding the difference between VA and watts and what your equipment needs to function properly needs to be carefully considered.
Just because you bought a product, does not mean it is a solution. Not all products perform the same- you have to look at the components and their abilities to give you the end results you want.
There are several critical factors that must be considered when sizing the solution. Examples are run time, expansion, and capacity.
There are three topologies to a UPS. They are: standby, line interactive, and online. Each one will give you a different level of performance and success.
Given your situation, your needs can be unique. Simply picking a unit off of a shelf doesn't mean it is the right one for your business.
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