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Uninterruptible Power Supply Systems Procurement Research Report | Published: Dec 2016

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Uninterruptible Power Supply Systems: Procurement Research Report Highlights

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3-year Price Forecast Supply Chain Analysis
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IBISWorld’s Uninterruptible Power Supply Systems procurement research is intended to help you save time and money in the initial research stages of the buying process. Our data and analysis explain the characteristics, pricing dynamics, supply chain risks and negotiation tactics of Uninterruptible Power Supply Systems to help your company negotiate strategically with suppliers. Our report insights also give your company the credibility to work with internal stakeholders and executives to better manage the sourcing process.

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Uninterruptible Power Supply Systems - Recent Price Trend

During the three years to 2016, the average price of UPS systems has been rising at an estimated annualized rate of 1.5%. Although demand for UPS systems has surged, falling input costs and high import competition have ultimately tempered price growth.During the past three years, e-commerce sales have been increasing strongly. As businesses have conducted more sales online and become more... purchase to read more

Uninterruptible Power Supply Systems - Total Cost of Ownership

The total cost of ownership for a UPS system is moderate. After the purchase, buyers should consider several expenses, such as the cost of replacement batteries, electricity costs and maintenance. Batteries lose their charge over time (self-discharge rate) and so may need to be replaced after use or after a certain amount of time. Battery replacement costs scale higher with larger UPS systems... purchase to read more


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This report is intended to assist buyers of uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems, which provide reserve power to electronic systems when utility power fails. UPS systems differ from emergency power systems in that they provide instantaneous power to prevent disruptions that might otherwise damage equipment and result in data loss or operational downtime. UPS systems draw utility power from an outlet, which then charges an internal battery that provides power to electronic equipment. As such, UPS systems not only guard against power outages, but also provide a steady stream of power that protects electronic equipment from sudden surges in voltage. This report does not include emergency power systems, standby generators or storage devices.

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