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Inverter power Systems Ltd is a leading provider of power backup & power protection systems in the region. Based in Nairobi, we have clients in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, & Burundi. Since 1994, we have supplied over 2,000 power backup and power protection systems, in sizes equipment from 250VA to 325KVA. Most of the centralised systems that we supplied 17 years ago are still in operation today! We have the expertise to take down a client's basic requirements, & convert this into a system that  meets or exceeds these requirements. We are authorised dealers for most of the equipment that we supply. We have a passion for excellence, & we assure you of efficientl services at all times.

Amongst our clients are banks, insurance companies, oil companies, schools & colleges, Initernet Service Providers, security companies, Radio Stations, food producers, glass manufacturers, Motor Companies, Construction Companies, & domestic homes.

One purchases a power backup system or a power protection system as security against electrical power disturbances. Choosing the right equipment & equipment supplier can make all the difference between the success or failure of the protection system.

When you have critical equipment that you wish to protect against inconvenience, loss, or damage due to mains power disturbances, you cannot depend soley on the unreliable mains power. In the event of a mains power disturbance, you could get inconvenienced (eg lights or TV going off), or you could lose unsaved computer data, or your equipment could get damaged. It could also be life threatening (e.g. an aircraft landing at night & suddenly the runway lights & contol & communication equipment go off, or the lights & equipment go off during a critical operation in a hospital theatre).


A voltage protection device is a device that monitors the mains voltage being supplied to your equipment, so as to ensure that it remains within safe limits. If the mains voltage goes beyond set safe limits, the protection device will either adjust the voltage to your equipment to an acceptable level (in the case of a voltage stabiliser or an Automatic Voltage Regulator), or it could simply disconnect the mains voltage from your equipment (in the case of an Automatic Voltage Switcher).


The basic function of a UPS/Inverter based power backup system is to provide instantaneous mains-level power to your equipment when the mains fails. There are different types of UPSs & inverters, depending on your needs.