Common workspace will include at least a UPS connected to an important PC which requires data loss protection in event of power outage. UPS stands for Uninterruptible Power Supply. It consist of the case and switch externally, and consists of circuits and battery from the inside. UPS is a typical addition to your computer setup to avoid data loss when the computer shuts down improperly due to power outage. Battery inside UPS stores electricity to be used when the main power gets cut off. The time the UPS provides depends on UPS model and budget which allows users to manually shut down their computer after saving their work or could be USB connected to CPU and have custom software that can automate shutdown for the user.
Sometimes, UPS battery provides less up-time for PC over time. The reason is the battery. Battery is lead type with sulfuric acid electrolyte. The degradation of battery life can still be restored by using Bedini Desulfator.
Basically, Bedini Circuit acts as battery desulfator by charging a battery with short burst of high voltage than ordinary DC charging. This increases battery voltage output every full cycle compared to the original state of the battery. Repeating the charging process restores the battery charge potential and will enable the UPS to be usable again for your desktop.
The above image shows sample circuits and design of Bedini Circuits.