UPS System Maintenance


The Uninterruptible Power System (UPS) is the electrical power path to business critical loads, making UPS Maintenance critical. Business, education and government entities are more dependent today on complex electronic equipment than any other time in history (data processing, IT, process control and communications). Making sure this equipment is operational and working at peak efficiency at all times is something we pride ourselves on.

The loss of use of any critical electronic system can be staggering in financial terms as well as in the potential loss of customer goodwill, especially when compared to the cost of preventive UPS maintenance. The primary purpose of the UPS Preventive Maintenance inspection is to be proactive by ensuring that the UPS, Batteries, and Peripheral components are operating within specifications, all components are in good order and the system will be available to support its critical load, period.

IDCS offers a wide variety of UPS Service Agreements with options that allow us to tailor each agreement to your individual requirements. In order to insure peak performance and reliability for your equipment and meet your expectations, IDCS will provide complete and detailed inspections. With both our qualified engineers and our other nationwide service partners, we are capable of offering highly responsive and timely repairs and maintenance on most major manufacturers equipment on a nationwide basis.

Our UPS Programs include but are not limited to:

Preventive UPS Maintenance

Full UPS Maintenance

Corrective UPS Maintenance

Central dispatch for after-hours service

Programs can be tailored specifically to your requirements and can include:

Preventive Maintenance Inspections

√ Full Maintenance Agreements

Infrared (Thermographic scanning)

√ UPS Acceptance Testing

Emergency Call-outs

√  Periodic Load Bank Testing

√ Proactive replacement programs

√ UPS Recertification

UPS maintenance inspections will involve testing, inspection, adjustment, cleaning and lubrication as appropriate for all keys systems including, but not limited to:

Electrical voltage testing.

Inspection of sub-assemblies, wiring harnesses, contacts, cables and major components.

Check all nuts, bolts, screws and connectors for tightness and heat discoloration.

Inspect for broken, brittle, damaged or heat stressed components and cables.

Perform an operational test of the system, verify the output voltage and calibrate as necessary.

In addition, the service engineer will undertake an Internal Battery Maintenance Service:

Check battery mounting brackets and assemblies

Clean and verify integrity of all battery terminal connections.

Inspect battery systems.

Measure and record relevant voltage levels and ambient conditions.

By contacting us at IDCS you will have access to dedicated professionals with years of experience in auxiliary power solutions who can guide you through the maze of suppliers and different technologies. Working in close contact with our clients enables us to understand your requirements, as a result we can explain in detail the solutions we recommend and why, this way you get the right solution at the right price. If necessary, we will visit your site prior to submitting a proposal to assess what is required in terms of delivery, installation, commissioning and set up.