Do You Have The Added Security Of A Battery Monitoring System?

Wednesday, January 15, 2020
Categories : Products

It’s a new decade and it’s time to ask yourself; Do I know if my Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) system’s batteries are ready to perform to their full potential? The only time batteries may fail to carry your load through an outage is when they have gone bad or have not been properly maintained. Without good batteries you don’t have an UPS system.

Battery Monitoring Systems are imperative to increasing the lifetime, capacity and performance of your batteries. We offer an Ethernet integrated Battery Monitoring System that uses web management technology to monitor the temperature, internal resistance and voltage of every battery in a given system. In addition to the standard monitoring features, like avoidance of over and undercharge, sulfation and outgassing and predictive analysis of possible battery failure, we offer one of the most advanced system of its kind. This system utilizes a patented Equalizing/Balancing Process that calibrates the charging voltage of all batteries with the charger’s target value, keeping each battery in its optimal voltage operating range. This balancing process prevents unintended overcharging and/or undercharging, eliminating the ill-effects of improper charging.

Each of the Battery Monitoring Systems we provide is equipped with all the reporting you need to measure and evaluate the battery State of Charge (SoC) and provides complete battery event history logs with graphical analysis. The systems allow you to remotely monitor your batteries and send alarm alerts to specified contacts via email, email-to-SMS, network messaging, SNMP and MODBUS.

We provide a system that is CE, CSA, UL and NERC PRC-005-2 certified and it is one of the simpler systems in the industry for installation. Make 2020 your most successful year yet with peace of mind that your UPS system’s batteries are ready to perform and support your critical load.


Learn more about our Battery Monitoring Systems.

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