Battery Backups / UPS

This Battery backup model provides battery backup for 4 channel, 8 channel, and 16 channel CCTV power supplies. Can also be used for CCTV surveillance/access control/fire alarm and other security systems. Available in 12V and 24V internal and external backup. Also comes with LED indications in all models.

Reliable battery backups for CCTV DVR systems, designed to ensure uninterrupted surveillance coverage even during power outages. Safeguard your property and assets with peace of mind, knowing that your security system is backed by dependable battery backup solutions from MRESMPS.

Our battery backups are engineered to deliver seamless power continuity, allowing your CCTV DVR systems to remain operational when mains power fails. With a variety of capacities and configurations available, you can choose the perfect backup solution to suit your specific surveillance needs.

Whether you’re protecting a residential property, commercial establishment, or industrial facility, our battery backups provide the reliability and performance you can trust. Don’t let power disruptions compromise your security – invest in our quality battery backup systems and ensure round-the-clock surveillance coverage.

Equipped with advanced features such as automatic voltage regulation and overload protection, our battery backups prioritize the safety and longevity of your CCTV DVR equipment. Upgrade your security infrastructure with MRESMPS battery backup solutions and keep your surveillance operations running smoothly, day or night. Explore our range today and fortify your security system against power failures.


What is a UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply), and how does it work?
A UPS is a device that provides backup power to electronic devices during electrical outages or fluctuations. It consists of a battery that stores electrical energy and automatically switches to battery power when it detects a loss or surge in the incoming electrical supply. This ensures uninterrupted operation of connected devices.

What types of devices should I connect to a UPS?
You should connect critical electronic equipment to a UPS, such as computers, servers, network equipment, home entertainment systems, and medical devices. Essentially, any device that could be adversely affected by sudden power interruptions or voltage fluctuations should be connected to a UPS.

How long can a UPS provide power during an outage, and can I extend its runtime?
The runtime of a UPS depends on its battery capacity and the power draw of connected devices. Smaller UPS units may provide power for a few minutes, while larger units can provide power for several hours. You can extend runtime by adding external battery packs to certain UPS models, increasing their capacity.

Do I need a special UPS for specific devices like gaming PCs or servers?
Yes, different devices have varying power requirements and may need specific types of UPS units. For example, gaming PCs and servers often require higher-capacity UPS models with pure sine wave output to ensure stable and clean power delivery. It’s important to choose a UPS that matches the needs of your equipment.

How often should I replace the battery in my UPS, and what are the signs of a failing battery?
UPS batteries have a limited lifespan, typically around 3-5 years. Signs of a failing battery include a shorter runtime during power outages, frequent alarms or beeping, and the “replace battery” indicator on the UPS itself. It’s important to follow the manufacturer’s recommendations for battery replacement to ensure reliable backup power.
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