An Inverter or UPS Keeps You Online During Load Shedding

Keep your WI-FI router online

When downtime costs you in profits and reputation you cannot afford not to have a UPS or Inverter


I-On the UPS for your router

I-On is a small  (20cm x 20cm x 7cm) UPS placed between your electrical supply and your Internet units (router and fibre box). It ensures that both devices always have power even when your electrical supply goes down during load shedding or any other kind of power outage.

The unit contains a small battery and a smart power management system.

Once plugged in it requires no further intervention and moves seamlessly between power off and power on modes. So, while your lights might go off your wifi will stay on.

UPS and Inverter Range

We supply a wide range of UPS and Inverters designed
to suit your particular requirements.

Sharpen your power protection knowledge and review the crucial elements of uninterruptible power systems (UPS) to make sure you protect what matters when it really matters. We will help increase your know-how of all things UPS-related.

Common Questions About UPS Systems

What is an uninterruptible power supply?

An uninterruptible power supply or a UPS system is an electrical apparatus that provides emergency power to a load when the input power source or mains power fails. 

What is the difference between single-phase UPS vs. three-phase UPS

Phases of a UPS, such as a single-phase UPS or a three-phase UPS, describe the number of electrical phases that a UPS receives and transmits.

Larger power consumers, such as large data centers, industrial manufacturing and hospitals, the power stays as three-phase, requiring a three-phase UPS. For smaller power consumers, including residential or office buildings and most K-12 schools, the power is converted to single-phase power.

What size UPS do you need?

UPSs are given a power rating in volt-amperes (VA) that range from 300 VA to 5,000 kVA. This rating represents the maximum load that a UPS can support, but it shouldn’t match exactly the power load you have. To allow room for growth, the best practice is to choose a UPS with a VA rating that is 1.6x the total load you need it to support.

If your UPS will be supporting motors, variable-speed drives, medical imaging devices or laser printers, add more VA capacity to your requirements to account for the high power inrush that occurs when those devices startup.

Companies that are anticipating rapid growth should use a higher multiplier than 1.2x. Newer server hardware tends to have higher power requirements than older models, so factoring in additional VA will account for adding more and newer equipment.



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Plumstead, Cape Town