What is Normal mode in luminous Inverter UPS or ECO mode?
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There’s no normal mode. The use of Eco or UPS mode depends on the situations you are in.
In simple terms, eco mode has a standby battery. The mains are directly flowing to your appliances. Battery is in a ready state to take over only when the voltage falls. This mode saves bills. But certain appliances are at risk being exposed to direct mains power. Upside is that it offers battery more life as the charge discharge cycles are less.
In UPS mode the AC power in mains is converted to DC then used to charge the battery and then re converted to AC and flows to your appliances. This consumes more power , but your appliances remain safe without witnessing fluctuations or power losses for even a microsecond. The downside is that in consistantly low power supply periods, the battery gets fully drained over time as it was supplying you at full voltage, without getting charged.
So if you trust your local supply for its consistancy, use eco mode. If you don’t and cares for your refined electronic appliances, use UPS mode.