Power back up

A power backup system is a system that provides electricity during a power outage or fluctuation therefore enabling continuous use of apliances that depend on electricity to run. .


How power back up systems work

When grid power is available, the batteries will be charged via the inverter. In the event of a power failure, the inverter automatically switches over and supplies your home or small office with energy stored in the batteries. This switchover will occur within a matter of split seconds and does not require any human intervention. When the grid power becomes available, your batteries will again be charged, ready for the next power failure!

What Size Of Backup do You Need

The size of the solution is dependent on what you require to be powered during an outage. We therefore differentiate between essential loads (lights, security systems, fridge, freezer, TVs, internet routers, etc.) and non-essential, power-heavy loads such as water heaters, cookers, aircons, and pumps. Adding up all the essential loads that you require to function at the same time during a power failure will give you the peak power requirements. This total must be less than the power rating of your backup system.

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  • Battery backup power can be an eco-friendly and cost-effective alternative to a diesel generator
  • No Noise Pollution
  • Reduce Your Home’s Carbon Footprint
  • Reduced Electric Bills