no-break power

no-break power

[′nō ′brāk ′pau̇·ər]
(electricity)
Power system designed to fulfill load requirements during the interval between the failure of the primary power and the time the auxiliary power can be made available.
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The domain of application of such systems includes electric devices (stationary, mobile ones), controlled electromechanical systems (transport, small hydroelectric stations, wind energy plants), no-break power systems of important consumers.
The no-break power supply or uninterruptable power supply (UPS) will carry the load at all times and during transition between WP, a generator or a Ferromagnetic power conditioner (fed from the EST).