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Stationary battery systems are among the most critical substation assets and are often the most overlooked. Recent changes to the North American Electric Re liability Corporation's (NERC's) Protection... (View Full Article)
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The weak link in a standby battery-based emergency system is the battery. The batteries referred to here are either flooded (wet) cell type, or the valve-regulated type (VRLA). These batteries are... (View Full Article)
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The last line of defense against critical power loss has historically been the DC battery. Conscientious planned maintenance insured the availability of that battery. Today the last line of defense... (View Full Article)
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The role of monitoring process and equipment has been around since the industrial revolution. In ever increasing spirals of demand and sophistication, everything including stationary batteries is fair... (View Full Article)
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There have been many papers written about methods used to determine the health of batteries in critical standby applications. This paper intends to produce a critical analysis of the various AC... (View Full Article)
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The Complete Guide to Battery Monitoring, newly published in 2004 and now in its second revised version, gives valuable insight to the inherent unpredictability of batteries. An industry first, the... (View Full Article)
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One of the principal features of BTECH's Battery Impedance Monitoring Technology is the ability to detect small rises in impedance in advance of a problem occurring. The example in Figure 1 below... (View Full Article)