Power Parameters announces the launch of the new AblerexEnerbatt 3G wireless battery monitoring system for use in mission critical applications.
Based on short range radio linking of individual battery block monitoring of battery voltage and string current, the AblerexEnerbatt 3G wireless battery monitoring system allows battery characterisation and detection of incipient problems. The mature radio data transmission technology used by the system eliminates the need for cumbersome and costly cable harnesses while providing superior battery bank expansion flexibility.
By being able to function without cable harnesses, the AblerexEnerbatt 3G wireless battery monitoring system is suitable for retrofitting at existing exchanges, server rooms, substations and similar environments.
The AblerexEnerbatt 3G system provides a new order of battery bank transparency for mission critical applications by offering one-second reports on battery impedance, voltage, temperature and string performance that help to anticipate problems. The Enerbatt 3G monitors up to 4000 batteries, transmits battery data via 2.4 GHz radio links with up to 50-metre reach, and provides complete battery data and string voltage and current.
Individual batteries in a string are monitored in one-second intervals by BMK monitoring units suitable for 2V, 6V and 12V. Individual battery voltage and temperature readings are transmitted by 2.4 GHz radio signal to the BMS-RFR receiver.
BMS-HCT Hall-effect CTs monitor individual string currents (from 50 A to 2000 A) and feed this information to BMS-SMK string measuring kits (one per string) measuring string voltage to 150 V or 750 V.
Signals (up to 256 nodes) of battery voltage BMK monitoring units and BMS-SMK string measuring kits are picked up by BMS-RFR receivers, which are daisy-chained to transmit their data to the BMS-DC-LCD Data Collector with a 16 GByte flash memory card and 7” LCD touch screen display that can be connected via RS485 to supervisory computers.