Reserve Power Telecom Applications and Battery Selection
Sponsored by: EnerSys
Date: 8 October
Time: 3PM London/10AM New York
How to Evaluate Key Criteria to Ensure Optimal Battery Selection for Telecom Applications
The continued growth of telecommunication back-up power requirements in an ever expanding world has changed the expectations with regards to battery performance. There are many different back-up power options with different costs and technical capabilities available on the market. Selection of the optimum technology to meet the application and service requirements is critical to reducing operation expenditure.
Designing the correct battery backup system must include aspects such as design life, cyclic life expectations, grid reliability, environmental conditions, space limitations, logistics & maintenance infrastructure etc.
During the webinar EnerSys will discuss the various application requirements and demonstrate how the introduction of Thin Plate Pure Lead (TPPL) technology can meet the demands of a diverse nature of both grid tied and off-grid/ hybrid systems applications.
Reserve Power Applications Specialist, EMEA
Mark has worked within the technical, R&D, and applications functions within EnerSys for the past 5 years.
In his current role as Reserve Power Applications Specialist, Mark’s primary activities are focused on supporting commercial sales & marketing functions to develop new market opportunities, customer training and product literature content.
Mark holds a BSc degree in Chemistry and PhD from University of Wales Cardiff.
Key Learning Objectives
- Review of reserve power telecom applications and requirements, including issues faced in different regions
- An overview of lead acid technologies, and the benifts of Thin Plate Pure Lead Technology
- Factors effecting battery life
- Characteristics of TPPL technology in grid tied and off-grid/ hybrid applications, including total cost of ownership
- Project Manager
- Power Management