Frequently Asked Questions
What is a ups?
A UPS, or Uninterruptible Power Supply, is a device that provides temporary power to electronic devices during electrical outages or fluctuations. It contains a battery that stores energy, allowing it to supply power instantly when the main power source fails. UPS systems are commonly used to protect sensitive equipment such as computers, servers, and networking devices from potential damage caused by power interruptions.
What is ups surepost?
UPS SurePost is a shipping service offered by UPS that combines the efficiency of UPS's ground network with the final delivery services of the United States Postal Service (USPS). It is commonly used for lightweight and less time-sensitive packages. With UPS SurePost, UPS transports the package most of the way, and then USPS handles the last leg of delivery to the recipient's address, making it a cost-effective option for certain shipments.