1. Add parallel battery pack
The use of a single battery portable solar generator can greatly increase the risk of normal power load. If the series battery fails, it will affect the discharge of the entire battery pack, resulting in the UPS being unable to supply power. If a series of battery packs are connected in parallel on the UPS, assuming that one of the battery packs fails, the UPS can still be powered by another normal battery pack for a period of time so that there is time to connect the standby generator to supply power normally or to shut down the load device.
2.the installation of diesel generator
Battery power can only solve the urgent need for a moment. In the face of prolonged power outages, even the most durable battery packs can be “ruthless”. Therefore, in the case of a long power outage, it is more desirable to use a diesel generator as a backup power source.
3. Improve availability by installing UPS in parallel
Redundant design logic is not only suitable for power protection solutions, but also for UPS designs. In power supply design, the construction of multiple power paths can fundamentally improve the reliability of the system. The ultimate performance of the power supply chain is limited by the weakest link, and adding multiple redundancy at each point in the supply chain improves overall reliability.
Therefore, the most reliable power transmission system typically includes multiple independent power paths from the main power source to the electrical load, avoiding overlap as much as possible. With redundantly configured power systems, IT components are not shut down when components fail or perform routine maintenance.