UPS and Battery Systems

All UPS applications with multiple batteries and especially the uninterrupted operation required by data centers and the continuity of the operating time of the servers they contain are the most important factors for data centers. As a result of any power outage, UPSs constitute an important part of the power supply of IT equipment, servers and computers within the data center.

UPSs within the data center play a key role for IT devices in terms of data security. The UPS, which is responsible for providing electricity to critical equipment, is responsible for providing the energy required for these equipment to operate 24/7. In any case, it may stop providing electricity due to the malfunction of the batteries. In cases that arise for this reason, an hour-long loss of an average data center can cost thousands of dollars, but it can cause enormous damage to critical equipment and battery rows.

80% of UPS-induced battery failures are caused by undetected battery problems. Failure to check the batteries regularly and excessive load, short circuit, temperature change etc. caused by environmental factors. failures affect the continuity of data centers and shorten the life of batteries.

Another problem faced by power supplies is that they measure the total voltage of the batteries rather than just measuring the individual voltage of the batteries. In the event of any battery failure in a battery group that is in standby mode during the day, no alarm may be generated by the monitoring system.

With the battery monitoring systems offered by Exagate BCS (Battery Control System);

• Reducing the workforce and increasing efficiency in IT centers

• Providing control of batteries over the internet

• Detection of individual battery faults

• Automatic battery balancing

• Detection of battery failure status (SOH) and state of charge (SOC)

• Alarming and archiving

In addition to these features, other technical features are;

Voltage 1.6 – 2.6V / 7.5V – 15.6V(±0.2%)
İnternal Resistance 0.1mΩ to 100mΩ – 1.0% ±25uΩ
Working Temperature (Negative Pole) -20℃ to 85(±1.0℃)

Battery monitoring solutions offered by Exagate provide the control of the battery strings as well as the individual battery sensor. Working with MODBUS and SNMP protocols, Exagate can measure the voltage and current status (SOC) of your batteries via battery indexes with its battery and battery index monitoring sensor.

For UPSs in data centers that need to operate 24/7, the instantaneous state of the batteries and the voltage, current, fault, etc. Exagate BCS, which can report parameters, offers services with its hardware advantages.

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