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Batscan can be used with all existing types of batteries.
A battery is depending on all its individual cells.
Batscan has been designed to fit all batteries on the market regardless of brand. Every enterprise, regardless of area and size, that rely on batteries for its operations needs Batscan. A few examples follows below:
In the batteries for high power UPS's, a large number of cells must be connected in series. The risk for battery failure is of course increasing with the total cell count. A large battery can become worthless with just one failing cell.
Outsourcing of data power - When choosing a data supplier, companies give priority to those who can guarantee high reliability in the form of backup and uninterrupted power. This demands constant monitoring of each and every battery cell.
Air Traffic Control - Every year, it is estimated that approx. 1 million aircraft movements are processed by ATCC at Arlanda and Sturup. The flight plans are primarily monitored by radio, radar and satellite. Backup power and battery UPS protection are essential in maintaining aircraft safety. Naturally, the batteries must always be in full working order – which can only be assured via constant monitoring of every battery cell.
Nuclear Power Plants - Has a number of different mission critical systems that is powered by batteries in case of a power failure, or emergency shut down. Without monitoring the batteries they become the weakest link in the safety chain.
Telecommunications - Tele-stations must be able to operate without power for 48 hours. For the very highest reliability, this operation is usually based exclusively on batteries cells that constantly are being monitored.
Military – Armed forces have a range of operating and security systems that run on batteries to guard against power failure. Without constant monitoring of each and every battery cell, these can become the weakest link in the chain.
Hospitals – Having a lot of medical equipment is vital. Therefore, every hospital has batteries in case of a power failure. Without a system that continuously monitors each cell in the battery, those cells become the weakest link in the chain of security.