Our MAXIC inverter chargers are now on sale with amazing prices! Grab the Grade A MAXIC1000 at only £210.00 (£540.00) and the 5KVA MAXIC for only £639.00 (£1657.20). All prices are inclusive of VAT and include mainland UK next working day delivery. The MAXIC inverter chargers are ideal for off grid application where long runtimes […]
With global warming and air pollution rising, countries across the world are adopting more environmentally friendly ways of generating energy – one of the most widely used ways being solar panel plants. Companies are not only making the designs technically sound but also eye pleasing. Here are our top 10 solar power plants that will […]
With Christmas just around the corner we have put together 9 Christmas electricity related fun facts you probably had no idea about: 1. First ever Christmas tree lights Even though Thomas Edison invented the first light bulb in 1879, electric Christmas tree lights were not in use until 1882. Edward Hibberd Johnson, also called the […]
We’ve made some changes to our website. This is to more reflect the type of business that Power Inspired has evolved into, whilst maintaining the link to what got us here in the first place. We were the first company to open an online store exclusively for power protection products. Previously, you would have had […]
Lead Acid Batteries are the ubiquitous form of energy storage for Uninterruptible Power Supplies due to the high power density that can be achieved, simple charge characteristics and non-spillable operation. In pluggable UPS systems the lead acid batteries are always maintenance free and sealed, e.g. they do not require topping up with distilled water. They […]
A cross reference guide with details of power requirements of typical tubular motors and an appropriate UPS choice.
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A new and improved tool for selecting the ideal UPS System for your application. All you need is the power consumption of your system and how long you want it to run for in the event of a power cut.