@del87 Oh, if you want that, you should get a regular AC UPS system and hook that up.
I'm not going to do the math unless you insist, but I think you're going to need a LOT of capacitors on the 24 Volt DC line to run a printer for several seconds without getting an undervoltage stop.
This "UPS" seems to have enough juice to immediately stop the heater(s) and move the Z up a little and then shut down the printer. Not enough to be able to continue printing during that time.
I guess if you want it to auto-start (I don't think that's a good idea) you could try holding in the reset button and see what happens.