An uninterruptible power supply (UPS) is a device that can ensure your computer and other hardware peripherals continue to be powered for a short time after their primary source of power has been lost. It can also provide protection from power surges. A UPS contains one or more batteries that will automatically take over and power all connected devices should it sense a loss of primary power. The batteries provide your devices with enough backup power to save data and perform a safe shutdown of your PC, helping to prevent a loss of critical data and potential damage to expensive equipment. A UPS can also intercept power surges, preventing damage to any connected computer equipment. Some UPS devices come with software which will automatically save any unsaved data and shutdown the connected devices when backup power is activated.

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