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Advantages of Pure Sine Wave Inverters Over Modified Sine Wave Inverters

Frank Klopper

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Runtimes based on 600W/1200W average power usage

Frank Klopper

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Difference between Online UPS and Offline UPS - A Buyer's Guide

Frank Klopper

Difference between Online UPS and Offline UPS - A Buyer's Guide Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) is a device that provides power backup for a while to operate electrical equipment like computers, fans, laptops, lights, televisions, etc. when there is a power cut, power failure, power fluctuation, or power surge. It provides instantaneous protection from such interruptions by supply power instantaneously. UPS are classified into two types including online UPS and offline UPS. This write-up discusses the difference between online and offline ups. Offline UPS In offline UPS, the role of an inverter is eliminated during normal operations, with the load being...

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Laser Vs Lamp Projector: Which Should You Choose? [Laser vs DLP]

Frank Klopper

Laser Vs Lamp Projector: Which Should You Choose? As companies incorporate more audio/visual presentations into their meetings, upgrading presentation equipment becomes a top priority. Your projection options likely fill a prominent place in the upgrade plan for larger spaces. The primary choices for your projector come down to laser vs lamp. While each has something to offer, Unified recommends investing in a laser projector for the best quality and long-term value. How Do Lamp and Laser Projectors Work? A lamp projector utilizes a high wattage lamp to emit light through liquid crystal diodes or a DLP chip to create the...

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How to Determine Projection Needs for Houses of Worship

Frank Klopper

How to Determine Projection Needs for Houses of Worship -- Courtesy Projector Central We are seeing many churches reaching end-of-life on their current projection systems and looking to upgrade or replace. But beyond just settling for a newer version of what they have, most churches are unsure of how to move forward. How do you know what improvements can be made with today's technology? What are realistic expectations to have from a new projection system? How do you future-proof the church while keeping costs reasonable? These and many other questions plague church staff, and sometimes paralyze them to the point...

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