UPS Remote Monitoring

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Approximately 37 percent of all UPS system failures are battery related. The best way to offset the risk of UPS failure is to implement an integrated service plan. Having this type of plan that uses secure communication technology allows for ongoing remote monitoring of UPS and battery health.


  • Continuous connectivity for critical infrastructure oversight is achieved through installation of a secure communication device
  • Programming of software ensures your unique monitoring requirements can be achieved
  • Hardware maintenance and software updates keep your monitoring program operating smoothly
  • Comprehensive report, available via an online customer portal, provides monthly alarm and equipment health summaries to keep you informed of critical system operation and the recommended action plan


  • Improved availability is achieved by detecting and correcting UPS and battery problems early
  • Faster mean time to repair (MTTR) results from real-time response to UPS and battery events by the industry’s largest service team
  • More cost-effective and efficient maintenance is achieved by making better informed maintenance and replacement decisions
  • Fewer emergency maintenance costs are incurred because properly maintained equipment is less likely to fail unexpectedly
  • Improved asset management and planning results from data collection and expert analysis

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