14th Apr, 2021
Everyday household appliances are often a source of entertainment and information for us. We have computers and music players that have become fairly common. Even with the progression of technology, the most common electrical appliance in most homes remains the T.V. It is both a source of entertainment and information for the general public.
When setting up a UPS system, a customer can question whether a T.V can work on the UPS backup power supply or not. To address this concern, we need to look at different aspects and factors that would influence the outcome of this situation.
The T.V is usually not a heavy electrical load so it should work fine with a UPS system. For further verification, a series of steps can be performed. The Wattage of the T.V, the ratings of both the UPS and the battery can be checked. Furthermore, the Wattage of the remaining load can be checked as well to get a more complete picture. If the load is within the safe range of the UPS system, then it should work perfectly fine.
If that is not the case, then one may encounter issues with the T.V such as flashing display and other irregularities in performance.This may also occur with cheaper modified sine-wave units,that is why it is best to ensure that the U.P.S setup is of good quality still has some leftover capacity for additional loads to make sure that there are minimal issues with the existing loads including the T.V.
With all the precautions, there is still a possibility for things to go wrong. That is why it is recommended that a small T.V is used with a UPS system which serves the basic purpose. An expensive T.V with different accessories like speakers and gaming consoles is not ideal for a less expensive UPS system since all of it would be quite expensive to replace if it becomes damaged as a result of a problem.