Installing UPS Systems and UPS Batteries

Emergency Power Industries has more than two decades installing UPS batteries and sytems. From our centrally located office, we’re able to service all of New England.

UPS Battery Installations

Battery installation services begin with a thorough review of your site and your requirements. We uninstall existing racks and batteries and dispose of spent batteries in accordance with state and EPA regulations, for which we provide you with a Certificate of Disposal. Once installation is complete, we can provide you with an Installation Certificate to assure you that the installation was done correctly and meets or exceeds IEEE Standard 484 and all manufacturer guidelines.

UPS Power System Installations

From cellular base stations to Central Offices, Emergency Power Industries installs complete telecommunications DC power systems from start to finish. Prior to installation, we can provide power systems engineering to optimize the right product for your application. Whatever your system requires – 24V and 48V plants, rectifiers, converters – we have the expertise and resources to handle it. We will also install any ancillary equipment needed to complete your system, including racking, cables, ladders or other hardware.


  • Coordinate multi-site installations
  • Review layout, requirements and delivery schedules
  • De-install old racks, batteries and power equipment
  • Dispose of spent batteries according to EPA requirements
  • Coordinate delivery and unloading of trucks
  • Verify and stage incoming system components
  • Build and install battery and power system racking
  • Make all inter-cell, inter-rack, and inter-tier connections
  • Recommend freshening charge
  • Complete installation records in accordance with IEEE Standard 484
  • Dispose of all packing and installation debris


  • Verify wiring, cell layout, installation and identification
  • Inspect racking, support and grounding connections
  • Check for proper ventilation and temperature systems
  • Provide historical data in accordance with IEEE Standard 484
  • Visually inspect all system components
  • Verify battery cell voltage, connection torque and resistance values, power system alarm, rectifier, converter and other system settings
  • Measure VRLA impedance to detect low voltage without load testing
  • Inspect safety devices for neutralizing electrolyte spills, safety station supplies and spill containment systems
  • Provide Installation Certification
  • Schedule future preventive maintenance visits
  • UPS Systems turn-key battery replacements and maintenance