Category Archives: UPS Batteries

General information and technical advice on the batteries used in a UPS system. energy storage system and standby power generator including maintenance free valve regulated lead acid (VRLA) and lithium-ion.

A Guide To Replacing Lead Acid UPS Batteries In A Datacentre

Replacement UPS Batteries

Over 80% of all uninterruptible power supply service issues are battery related. UPS batteries age whether in use or in storage. This is because a battery stores electrical energy using a chemical process and their working life is dependent upon a number of factors including: charge/discharge cycles, operational temperature, charging technique and their overall design […]

Datacentre Energy Storage Systems Build on Micro Grid Technologies

Datacentre Energy Storage Systems

Micro grid technologies were originally designed to allow sites to become grid independent. A typical site has a solar PV or wind turbine installation, some form of battery to store the locally generated energy and an inverter to convert the stored DC energy into an AC supply for the connected loads. The site may also […]

Why UPS Systems Use Lead Acid Batteries

UPS Batteries

Over 80% of all uninterruptible power supply service issues are battery related. UPS batteries age whether in use or in storage. This is because a battery stores electrical energy using a chemical process and their working life is dependent upon a number of factors including: charge/discharge cycles, operational temperature, charging technique and their overall design […]

UPS System Maintenance Checklists

UPS Battery Installation Testing

With winter upon us it is surprising how many uninterruptible power supplies are in use and not regularly maintained. Not surprising a lot of these UPS systems tend to be the smaller single phase and three phase UPS systems that can be scattered across a large site or hidden away in server racks and computer […]

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