As an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS), SAFE becomes a device that, in the event of a power cut for a limited period of time, powers all devices connected to the grid, whilst improving the quality of the power supplied to the loads: filtering voltage sags and surges and eliminating grid harmonics.
When operating in UPS mode, the SAFE equipment powers those loads known as "critical loads", such as medical, industrial or computing equipment requiring a non-stop, high-quality power supply in order to remain in operation at all times and with no faults (voltage sags or surges). By preventing power cuts and faults (micro-cuts, electrical noise, etc.) in the computing system, the following will be avoided:
(i) information destruction (corrupted files))
(ii) infrastructure damage (premature hardware failures)
(iii) production stoppages
(iv) generation of losses