Because You Are Eliminating A Major Vulnerability
Your Contingency Plan is in place but screens just went black and vital applications are down. You planned carefully and invested capital to secure reliable power backup systems but your network stopped running for no apparent reason. You scramble for answers… the clock is ticking…(read more)
Are you monitoring your battery impedance based on initial or average measurements? If your answer is the latter, you may be putting your battery performance at risk when it's needed the most - during a power failure. This presentation explores a case where a company was using average impedance values to determine when to service their batteries - and what went wrong!(read more)
- Are you rolling the dice with your critical power backup systems?
- Are you concerned about risk due to battery failure, or lost revenue due to downtime?
- Would you like to extend the life of your expensive battery strings?
- Did you know that 85% of UPS and power backup failures are due to the batteries or their improper man...
BTECH's benchmark product designed for a wide variety of applications (UPS/Telco/Switchgear), the S5 can collect date from any battery type including cells with the highest amp hour rating (4000+), and the S5 systems will record all battery parameters.(read more)
Customers looking to collect battery data from Central Office and Remote Telecommunications sites rely on BTECH’s S5 Battery Monitoring and Validation Systems to provide the Real-Time data and analysis required to support these mission critical systems. The S5 system is designed to collect reliable data on even the largest Amp hour cells(read more)
BTECH’s software is unparalleled in the industry. With comprehensive trend analysis, graphing and report functions, the Battery Validation Manager (BVM) software is a powerful tool for analyzing voltage, impedance and temperature measurement that allows the predictability of battery performance.(read more)
Ground faults occur when electrical current from a DC battery plant deviates from the intended DC circuit and creates a conductive path from the battery system to ground. This conductive path is created by material internal to the battery (cell or jar) leaking, wicking or connecting to the battery rack cabinet.(read more)
Are you rolling the dice with your critical power backup systems?
Are you concerned about risk due to battery failure, or lost revenue due to downtime?
Would you like to extend the life of your expensive battery strings?
Did you know that 85% of UPS and power backup failures are due to the batteries or their improper management?(read more)