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Difference between No Break and UPS

I have heard many times that people talks about UPS and No breaks as a same device, is that true or there is a difference?
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Robin CM

8/22/2022 - Mon
Nagendra Pratap Singh

Interruption=Break.
UN-interrupted=No break.

There are online and offline UPS systems. But it seem that you are reading this term from the marketing material of some company.
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Considering that both are the same, would be online and offline behavior the only difference ?
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Robin CM

Also you may or may not care that some UPS give a true sine wave output whereas other give a "modified" sine wave output. True sine is more like actual AC mains waveform, "modified" is more like a square wave really, can cause noise problems with some equipment and I reckon stresses the PSUs more. True sine UPS are usually more expensive.
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