Battery Voltage Monitoring Knowledge Base

Do you know the status of your remote site battery strings? Would you know if one single cell was falling out of its ideal voltage or temperature range? At a lot of companies, battery cell monitoring is a commonly overlooked opportunity to reduce costs and improve reliability.


BVM 48 G2 application drawing
The BVM 48 G2 can monitor 2 strings of 24 battery cells - for a total of 48 batteries.

If you want to build the most reliable network possible, you can not afford to cut any corners. Many companies rely on batteries to power their gear - either as a primary or backup source. When your uptime is riding on your batteries, you absolutely can not leave them unmonitored. By not monitoring your battery cells, you expose yourself to small issues that can turn into big headaches. All it takes is a single bad cell or a fully discharged battery and your entire network can come to a screeching halt.

To achieve superior reliability in your network, you have to start monitoring your critical battery power. Before you choose your battery monitor, you first have to know what you're looking for. That's where this battery voltage monitoring knowledge base comes in. Take a few minutes to read these pages - that way you can avoid costly mistakes by choosing the right battery monitor.

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