When an input power source is disrupted, a UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) provides the computer system with temporary power support. In order to guard against potential database corruption, it provides electrical backup and keeps the power supply steady. An electronic device called an inverter, on the other hand, changes direct current (DC) into alternating current (AC). When completely charged, it acts as a backup power source and is quite helpful in an emergency, particularly during a power outage. Power backup solutions, such as UPSs and inverters with a 5KVA (kilovolt-ampere) rating, are used to supply electricity in the event that the main power source fails or is interrupted.
Since dependable power supplies are essential, energy efficiency concerns must be taken into account, and backup power solutions are required for a variety of applications, there is a persistent need for UPS and inverter systems with ratings as high as 5KVA in the residential, commercial and industrial sectors.
Before being marketed or imported into the Indian market, all UPS and inverter models and brands with a rating of up to 5KVA are categorized under IS 16242 (P-1) and must get BIS (Bureau of Indian Standards) CRS Registration.
The Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) in India is responsible for awarding BIS Registration. 2012 saw the launch of the Compulsory Registration Scheme (CRS) by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY). Testing, assessment, and adherence to technical specifications are all part of the BIS CRS registration procedure, which aims to guarantee the quality and safety of electronic goods meant for Indian customers.
Here is a list of essential documents necessary for BIS CRS Registration
UPS and Inverters of Rating upto 5KVA